Signal acquisition and processing

Signal or data acquisition systems are the main characters in the process of measuring an electrical or physical phenomenon, converting the results into a measurable electric signal and processing it.

Specific sensors for each application convert physical measurements into electric signals. Analog signals received from sensors must be converted into digital format by DAQ hardware, then sophisticated software programs process, visualize, and store measurement data.

This type of software usually runs with general purpose programming languages, such as Java, BASIC, C, C++, C#, Assembly, Lisp, Pascal and LabVIEW.

Turnkey solutions

Teseo offers turnkey solutions, which are customized and fully integrated, to provide excellent measurement accuracy for acquisition, control and analysis of signals and data.
Our engineering team has specialist expertise to design specific solutions tailored to weight, sampling rates, frequency and signal type requirements, including:

  • Analog and digital acquisitions
  • RF signals
  • EMI Monitoring

Our Data Acquisition Systems (DAS) are able to perform sophisticated and high-speed measurements with a reinforced reliable method. They are easily integrated into existing mechanical and electrical contexts. Furthermore, Teseo is a LabVIEW certified developer and our specialist engineers offer customised software packages to provide a high data acquisition capability for any combination of analog and digital signals from various measurement platforms.

Multiplexing: a high quality and cost-effective compromise

Teseo signal acquisition systems multiplex signals from many sensors to a small number of Analog to Digital Converters (ADC). Multiplexing allows us to build systems with a smaller number of ADCs. This results in significant savings in power, size and cost for our customers.

Noise removal and tailored solutions

Measuring analog signals within a Data Acquisition System is not always as simple as wiring the signal. Electrostatic and electromagnetic noise from external sources can affect the measurements.

A wide range of solutions are available to deal with noise issues, such as shielded cables, signal isolation, differential measurements, grounding, wire routing and anti-aliasing filters. However, we believe that every system is different, so in order to effectively reduce or eliminate noise problems, our design team conducts an in-depth study into each noise problem for customers’ specific applications. This is far more cost-effective and provides safer long-term results.

Field applications

  • aerospace and defense
  • automotive
  • railway and marine transportation
  • industrial process control and technology for test benches
  • optical communication systems
  • medical imaging
  • energy production
  • environmental monitoring