The SIS3153 will be the Superspeed USB follow up to our SIS3150 USB2.0 to VME interface. Information can be found under www.struck.de/sis3153.html.
- NIM A Article on the Use of 2.5 GSPS 14-Bit SIS1160/SFMC01 PCIe Digitizer for Prompt Gamma-ray Measurements During Proton Therapy Treatments
- SIS1100-e2/eCMC Fujitsu BIOS Freeze (and Change of Size of Mapped Window)
- SIS1100 Driver With Windows 10 HVCI Signature
- SIS8300/8325/x PROM IDCODE not recognized by Impact
- SIS3153 USB VfyAlloc Error with Windows driver 1.1
- Rong Liu on IHEP Beijing reports stable ADS LINAC 1 operation with MTCA.4 based LLRF
- mki on Announcing the SIS3153 USB3.0 to VME Interface
- exaos on Announcing the SIS3153 USB3.0 to VME Interface
- mki on n/Gamma separation and TOF histogramming with SIS3316
- volker dangendorf on n/Gamma separation and TOF histogramming with SIS3316
- 125 MSPS
- 250 MSPS
- 500 MSPS
- input range
- LINUX driver
- LINUX SIS1100 SIS310x driver VME SUSE Redhat
- PCI Express
- PDF documentation manual
- Petra III
- spring meeting
- trade show
- trade show embedded world
What is the speed difference of polling transactions between USB2.0 to USB3.0?
A manual told me it is 3.5kHz for USB2.0 (VME Interface Manual from WIENER).
We will know shortly and keep you posted.
The central focus is high performance block transfer readout from digitizers like our 10-bit GS/s SIS3305 however.
Could you provide instructions on how to use SIS3153 under Linux? Which library and driver should I care about? What is the speed difference between SIS3100/SIS1100 and SIS3153?
we do furnish a USB3.0 LINUX driver for the SIS3153.
With the SIS1100/3100 you reach up to 80 MByte/s in block transfer, with the SIS1100e/3104 160 MByte/s and with the SIS3153 under USB3.0 around 160 MByte/s (and 100 MByte/s with GBit/s Ethernet SFP).