Waveform Generators

Electronic Components & Devices, Electrical Equipment & Systems

Arbitrary Waveform Generator offers high sample rate, resolution.

September 25, 2015

Offering max sample rate of 92 GSa/s with 32 GHz of analog bandwidth on up to 4 precisely aligned channels per 1-slot AXIe module simultaneously, M8196A lets engineers generate digital, multi-level signal scenarios at 8 bits vertical resolution and test their electrical and optical links with complex, modulated signals up to 64 GBaud. Other offerings include 8 bits vertical resolution, rise and fall times below 9 psec, up to 2 Vpp differential output voltage, and adjustable DC offset. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Arbitrary Waveform Generators support HDMI receiver testing.

June 11, 2015

Hosted on AWG7000 and AWG70000 Series AWGs, HDMXpress provides complete support for HDMI test pattern generation, auto-calibration, and margin testing, eliminating need for manual pattern creation. Tool interfaces with TekExpress HDM application hosted on DPO70000 series Tektronix oscilloscopes, and provides support for closed-loop calibration for critical sink jitter tolerance test. Use of direct synthesis for Rx testing avoids need for external hardware filters and cable emulators. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Arbitrary/Function Generator targets education labs.

April 8, 2015

Integrating with TekSmartLab™ wireless lab management solution, dual-channel Model AFG1022 features 25 MHz bandwidth with 1 mVpp to 10 Vpp output, 14-bit vertical resolution, and 1 µHz frequency resolution. Unit provides 125 MS/s sampling rate along with 64 MB of built-in non-volatile memory and USB memory expansion for user-defined waveforms. On functionality side, instrument offers 50 built-in standard function and arbitrary waveforms with continuous, modulation, sweep, and burst modes. Read More

Transportation Industry Products, Electrical Equipment & Systems, Electronic Components & Devices, Test & Measuring Instruments

Eight-Channel AWG enables all-in-one automotive immunity testing.

March 25, 2015

Designed to fit inside transient generator, 8-channel ARB 5500 features memory for over 64,000 standard waveform segments as well as 1 GB of Clone™ memory for user-defined shapes. This arbitrary wave generator (AWG) provides necessary control for all battery simulation tests and advanced functions. With individual trigger outputs and programmable current limits, each channel supports 16-bit output with 10 MSps playback. Output range is -10 to +10 V, and frequency range is up to 500 kHz. Read More

Software, Test & Measuring Instruments, Electronic Components & Devices

Smart Oscilloscope features open-source framework.

February 19, 2015

Combining multiple instruments into mobile, smart device, LabNation SmartScope works on PC, laptop, tablet, and smartphone. Unit combines dual-channel 100 MS/s oscilloscope, 50 MS/s arbitrary waveform generator, and 100 MS/s digital logic analyzer. Framework is based on FPGA registers which can be controlled from PC or tablet. Since user can flash FPGA through USB controller, there is no need for programmers. Advanced projects can use full-speed bi-directional data transfer capabilities. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

USB Arbitrary Waveform Generator offers configurable DIO lines.

January 27, 2015

With BNC connectors used for analog waveform output and gate control input and utility DIO lines accessed via 16-pin shrouded connector, USB-AO-ARB1 supports use in diverse embedded applications. USB 2.0 device (USB 3.0 compatible) relieves load placed on CPU by handling waveform timing at hardware level. Along with 16-bit analog output for precisely timed waveforms up to 8 MHz, features include 3 unipolar and 3 bipolar output ranges, and 4 x 4 x 1 in. powder-coated steel enclosure. Read More

Test & Measuring Instruments, Electronic Components & Devices

Digital Storage Oscilloscope features 750 MHz bandwidth.

October 3, 2014

Equipped with 10.1 in. color touchscreen display, WaveSurfer 3074 features MAUI advanced user interface that integrates deep measurement toolset and multi-instrument capabilities. Four-channel unit provides 10 Mpts/ch memory and sampling rate up to 4 GS/s. Multi-instrument capabilities include waveform generation with built-in function generator, protocol analysis with serial data trigger and decode, and logic analysis with available 16-channel mixed signal option. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Arbitrary Waveform Generator offers 65 GSa/s max sample rate.

September 16, 2014

Featuring up to 16 GSamples of waveform memory and instantaneous bandwidth from DC to 20 GHz, Model M8195A allows engineers to generate digital, multilevel signal scenarios and test electrical and optical links with complex modulated signals up to 32 GBaud and beyond. Unit offers up to 2 Vpp differential output voltage and adjustable DC offset in -1 to 3.3 V window. Multiple M8195A modules can be combined in system with up to 16 synchronous channels in single 5-slot AXIe chassis. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Waveform Monitors, Rasterizers support 4K requirements.

July 31, 2014

Eliminating need to procure hardware replacements in order to shoot, prepare, and deliver 4K programming, WFM8200 and WFM8300 waveform monitors and WVR8200 and WVR8300 rasterizers can be upgraded via software to support 4K. Products can perform range of 4K measurements, including 4-tile displays of waveform, picture, vector, gamut, and eye diagram for YPbPr formats. Measurement capabilities lets users reduce time required to isolate, diagnose, and remedy system issues and design faults. Read More

Software, Electronic Components & Devices

Waveform Creation Software accelerates device development.

July 10, 2014

Targeting developers of radars, satellite communications, military radios, and next generation of DOCSIS 3.1 cable modems, M9099 Waveform Creator v2.0 provides waveform segment types that can be combined into multiple tracks and aggregated into one composite waveform. Capabilities let users build or import various signals, mix them together, and add IQ impairments and noise to simulate real-world environments. Drag-and-drop interface facilitates creation of complex composite waveforms. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator has 2 independent channels.

June 24, 2014

Dual-channel models 4063, 4064, and 4065 respectively generate sine waveforms up to 80, 120, and 160 MHz. Featuring pulse generator and 512k-point arbitrary waveform generator on one channel, these instruments can generate pulses with <100 ps jitter and output 12 nsec width pulses at frequencies as low as 0.1 Hz. Other features include adjustable rise and fall times, rotary control knob, numeric keypad, function keys, built-in counter, Sync output, and trigger I/O terminal. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Arbitrary Waveform Generator provides 204 kSa/s/channel.

May 15, 2014

Built on PXI Express card, Model EMX-1434 features dual-channel 1 MHz counter/timers, 24-bit DACs, and 4-channel digital I/O for synchronizing with dynamic signal analyzers. Output modes include Sine, Burst Sine, Chirp, Burst-random, and continuous random. End-to-end self-calibration is performed using precise onboard voltage reference source. Featuring spurious free dynamic range of -115 dB, device is suited for rotational measurement, and stimulus-response applications such as vibration test. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Waveform Generators deliver optimized signal accuracy.

March 13, 2014

Available in four 1- and 2-channel models with Trueform signal-generation technology, 33600A Series generates waveforms up to 120 MHz at 1 GSa/s sampling rate with less than 1 ps jitter. Units offer total harmonic distortion of less than 0.03% and non-harmonic spurs below -75 dBc, enabling generation of clean signals for accurate results. Rise and fall times of 3 ns allow users to accurately set trigger points, while low voltage range of 1 mVpp enables output changes down to 1 µV. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Signal Generators optimize phase noise performance.

February 25, 2014

At carrier frequency of 1 GHz, S-Series provides -140 dBc/Hz phase noise at frequency offsets from 100 kHz to 1 MHz, while maintaining frequency settling time of 100 µs. Model SGD is further optimized by addition of wideband analog modulation and Arbitrary Waveform Generator sequence mode. Analog modulation provides internal AM, FM, and phase modulation, while ARB sequence mode allows user to set up sequence of waveforms generated in ARB to provide rapid test sequence. Read More

Test & Measuring Instruments, Software, Electronic Components & Devices

Test System supports HDMI 2.0 compliance test and debug.

February 5, 2014

Combining hardware and integrated software, HDMI 2.0 Test Solution fully supports all physical layer testing for source and sink devices as well as cables. System minimizes test set-up complexity through use of automation framework for Tx testing and direct synthesis approach for receiver testing. Instead of requiring engineers to set up multiple pieces of equipment, solution uses AWG70000 arbitrary waveform generator to produce required test signals and specified impairments automatically. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Waveform Generator serves low frequency testing applications.

January 29, 2014

Powered by SiFi technology, 2-channel DG1000Z series has memory depth of 8 Mpts (16 Mpts optional) that facilitates deep, intricate arbitrary waveforms. Up to 160 built-in waveforms facilitate and accelerate access to more predefined signals. Providing ±1 ppm frequency stability and -125 dBc/Hz phase noise, series includes 30 MHz DG1032Z and 60 MHz DG1062Z which offer range of modulations, up to 200 MSPS sample rate, and 14-bit vertical resolution.
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Electronic Components & Devices

Function/Waveform Generators offer bandwidths up to 160 MHz.

November 19, 2013

Featuring 4.3 in. color display, 2 output channels, and PC waveform editing software, WaveStation 3000 function/arbitrary waveform generators include 3 models that offer respective bandwidths of 80, 120, and 160 MHz. Each offers 500 MS/sec sampling rate, 14-bit resolution, and 16 kpts memory per channel; applications requiring greater memory may access 512 kpts of memory on channel 2. Front panel facilitates access to basic waveforms and various operating mode. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Waveform Generators provide up to 50 MHz output.

September 12, 2013

Comprising 4 dual-channel function/arbitrary waveform generators, 4050 Series produces precise sine, square, triangle, pulse, and arbitrary waveforms. Main output voltage can be varied from 0–10 Vpp into 50 Ω, while secondary output can be varied from 0–3 Vpp into 50 Ω. Providing 48 built-in arbitrary waveforms, 14-bit, 125 MSa/s units can create and load up to 10 custom 16 kpt waveforms using included waveform editing software via USB interface on rear.
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Electronic Components & Devices

Multichannel Arbitrary Waveform Generator supports streaming.

September 12, 2013

Combining streaming functionality and ability to synchronize up to 12 channels, M8190A enables engineers to simulate entire plane flight instead of just milliseconds of flight data per session. Functionality makes testing more realistic with extended playtime and parallel signal generation for multi-emitter support. High-speed device can generate waveforms while downloading new waveforms into memory, and ASIC allows on-the-fly changes to amplitude, frequency, and phase. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Arbitrary Waveform Generators offer 50 GS/s sample rate.

March 26, 2013

Combining 16 GSamples of waveform memory with 10-bit vertical resolution, AWG 70000 Series meets signal generation requirements in defense electronics, high speed serial buses, optical networking, and advanced research applications. Units offer bandwidth on demand by generating wide bandwidth signals at baseband, IF, and RF frequencies up to 20 GHz, with greater than -80 dBc dynamic range. With AWG 70000 Series, users can create, generate, or replicate ideal, distorted, or real-life signals. Read More