Fast and Continuous Record & Playback Systems

DaqScribe Data Recorder (DDR) solutions are proven across many application possibilities.

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High-frequency Signal Acquisition plus Record & Playback

High-speed Packet Capture plus Record & Playback

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Digital Data
10/40/100 Gigabit per Second Network Recording Systems
Analog Signals
High-Speed Signal Acquisition and Digital Recording Systems


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High-Speed Ethernet Recording

Essential for Near-Real-Time and Post Sensor Processing

Autonomous Vehicle Testing © Land Rover MENA, Courtesy of Flickr

Ethernet application example: Autonomous vehicle systems

Today's Ethernet offers extraordinary speeds and data capacities.

The technology presents an opportunity to develop better-performing systems, including real-time sensor processing platforms.

Yet processing 40 Gigabits per Second-data (or more) calls for greater backend computing power.

This means a substantial increase in size, weight, power, and monetary cost.

In such application cases where SWaP-C is limited, and either near-real-time or post data processing is an acceptable alternative, a high-speed Ethernet recorder is an essential system block.

DaqScribe designs and builds optimized high-speed Ethernet recorders that perform at the full-rate of the network interface.

Our capture and record systems are ideal for any Ethernet-based device that requires complete storage and on-demand retrieval of its packet-data.

A Small and Powerful 20Gbps Ethernet Recording System
The FASTEST Single-platform Ethernet Recorder


Q: What kind of “signals” or “data” can be recorded?

A: From voltage signaling to packet data via switched-network.

Our digital data recorders can be pre-configured to continuously record sensor-, avionics-, mission-, Hi-Def video-, digital radio-, general Ethernet- data and more.

Q: How much data can a DDR handle?

A: Very LARGE data streams!

We’ve partnered with the best I/O interface manufacturers, each with robust signaling and network fabric technologies. Our software-defined data recording-engine IP gives the DDR both power and the efficiency to manage data rates from 1.25 GB/s (10 Gbps via 10GbE), 5 GB/s (40 Gbps via 40GbE) or *more.

Q: How about playback?

A: In many cases, Yes!