A system that uses DSP blocks integrated within monolithic digitizing element ICs is shown, with the specific example demonstrating that these digital blocks can provide multichannel amplitude and phase equalization required for phased array, radar, satellite communication, and electronic warfare applications. A method using pFIR digital filters and DUC/DDC NCO phase offsets shows that multichannel broadband equalization can be achieved without the need for these DSP blocks being synthesized in the FPGA. The system used for this demonstration is shown in Figure 12, and is called the Quad-MxFE Platform4 and is available for purchase from Analog Devices. Specifically, AD9081 MxFE ICs have been used as the backbone of the subarray design. Example HDL, MATLAB scripts, and user documentation can be found on the ADQUADMXFE1EBZ product wiki page (Analog Devices 2020). The 16 transmit/16 receive calibration board (ADQUADMXFE-CAL) is also available for purchase. Instrumentation and 5G markets may also have interest in performing these techniques for subarray test and measurement or base station development.