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  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    Tektronix, Inc.

    Tektronix arbitrary waveform generators enable complex signal generation with simple, easy to use tools. The AWG family provides leading-edge performance with sample rates up to 50 GS/s, up to 4 channels, and software packages that simplify the creation of these complex signals. The unparalleled flexibility, speed, and fidelity of the Tektronix AWGs make them an ideal solution for high speed serial, optical communications, radar test, and electronic warfare.

  • Arbitrary / Function Signal Generators

    SFG-20X Series - Global Specialties

    The Global Specialties SFG-20X Series are single channel function/arbitrary waveform generators, capable of generating either a 5 MHz sine wave (SFG-205) or a 10 MHz sine wave (SFG-210). Both feature, easy-to-read color displays, user-friendly controls and numeric keypads to allow easily configured waveforms. In addition, they feature non-volatile memory to create, store, and recall arbitrary waveforms of up to 16,000 points with 14-bit vertical resolution. Forty-six predefined arbitrary waveforms are also available for output. A USB interface on the rear panel allows users to easily interface with application software to create and load arbitrary waveforms.

  • Combination Wave/Surge Generators

    EM Test

    Surge pulses occur due to direct or indirect lightning strokes to an external (outdoor) circuit. This leads to currents or electromagnetic fields causing high voltage or current transients. Another source for surge pulses are switching transients originating from switching disturbances and systems faults.Due to the characteristic of the phenomenon nearly every electrical and electronical device may suffer from such lightning events which justifies the necessity of surge tests being widely performed. Surge voltage can reach several thousands of volts and surge current is seen to reach several thousands of amps.EM TEST offers a wide range of Combination Wave generators with different output voltage ranges for various test requirements:

  • EMC Signal Generators

    RadiGen® - DARE!! Instruments

    The RadiGen range of RF signal generators is dedicately developed for performing fast and accurate EMC immunity testing. The basic model RadiGen 400M covers a frequency range from 9 kHz up to 400 MHz. This range fully meets to all conducted susceptibility testing standards, like Automotive ISO11452-4, CE marking IEC61000-4-6 and/or Military standards MilStd 461/462. As an extension the RadiGen 6 covers a frequency range from 9kHz to 6 GHz and can be ideally used as a signal generator for all conducted- and radiated susceptibility tests.

  • PXI Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    Keysight Technologies

    Keysight's PXI arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) deliver unprecedented performance for creation of complex wideband waveforms. High sampling rate and high bit resolution provided in a single instrument enable designers to create ideal waveforms for accurate test of radar, satellite and frequency agile systems. Providing up to 500 MHz of modulation bandwidths and over 65 dBc of spurious free dynamic range, PXI arbitrary waveform generators can be combined with a wideband I/Q upconverter to achieve modulation bandwidth of 1 GHz at microwave frequencies for realistic signal simulations for IF and RF subsystem test.

  • RF Signal Generators

    Tabor Electronics Ltd.

    Tabor is proud to introduce its new line of RF analog signal generators. The all-new Lucid Series offers the most advanced features and industry leading performance in the most compact form factor. The series feature 3, 6 and 12 GHz single channel versions, all sharing the very same industry leading highlighted features, in a compact, small footprint module. Featuring extremely fast switching speed, superior signal integrity and purity, all the necessary modulated signals for analog communication systems, with built in SPI and micro-USB interface, the Lucid Series is designed to meet today’s most demanding specifications, needed from the R&D benches to the production lines.

  • Arbitrary / Function Generators

    AFG3000C Series - Tektronix, Inc.

    Today's designs are often complex, demanding a variety of stimulus signals during test. With 12 standard waveforms, arbitrary waveform capability, and signal impairment options, the AFG3000 Series supports a wide range of application needs with one instrument. Best-in-class performance ensures signals are accurately reproduced. A large display and 25 shortcut keys make the AFG3000 Series both easy to learn and easy to use.

  • Arbitrary / Function Generators

    Tektronix, Inc.

    Today's design is often complex, demanding a variety of stimulus signals during test. With standard waveforms, arbitrary waveform capability and signal impairment options, a Tektronix Function Generator supports a wide range of application needs with one instrument. Best-in-class Function Generator performance ensures signals are accurately reproduced.

  • Arbitrary Function Generators

    Picosecond Pulse Labs

    Today's designs are often complex, demanding a variety of stimulus signals during test. With standard waveforms, arbitrary waveform capability and signal impairment options, a Tektronix Function Generator supports a wide range of application needs with one instrument. Best-in-class Function Generator performance ensures signals are accurately reproduced.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    AWG3420 Dual ChannelAWG3410 Single Channel - Micram Instruments Ltd.

    Designed for advanced modulation format generation, the Micram Instruments family of UltraFast arbitrary waveform generators are powered by the world record-setting Micram VEGA digital-toanalog signal converters. With crystal clean performance at up to 34 GS/s, our mid-range AWG3410 and AWG3420 enable researchers and engineers to generate very high speed serial data signals and high order complex modulation formats, such as 16 QAM, 32 QAM and OFDM, at speeds of up to 136 Gb/s.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    AWG-8200 - Innovative Technical Systems

    The AWG-8200 is an agile waveform generator designed for linear frequency chirp, CW burst , and arbitrary waveform applications. It is based upon a modular programmable digital signal processing baseboard engine with an integrated 32-bit processor, high-performance FPGA, and two versatile daughtercard ports that can be clocked up to 1 GHz. Communication to the baseboard is provided by Ethernet and RS-232 ports for programming waveform and control parameters.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    M531 - ETC

    The M531 is a single channel USB arbitrary waveform generator compatible with USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 interface. The generator has two outputs: both generate same waveform, but with different peak-peak voltage. The low level output has 50ohm output impedance and maximal peak-peak voltage of 9V. There is no external power supply required to enable low level output (it is powered from USB bus).

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    Digital Communication Technologies Ltd

    *Wide frequency range from 1uHz to 80/50MHz*High 200MSa/s sampling rate*16-bit Amplitude Resolution

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    PeakTech Prüf- und Messtechnik GmbH

    This newly developed and innovative digital storage oscilloscope offers cutting-edge technology and performance, and multi-functionality for different user groups from the electronics- service, development or industrial sector.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    DN6.66xx Series - Spectrum Systementwicklung Microelectronic GmbH

    The DN6.66xx series adds eight new instruments (Table 1) to the company’s generatorNETBOX line of AWGs. LXI compliant, they are easily integrated into any test system by a simple Ethernet connection to a PC or local area network (LAN). Using state-of-the-art 16 bit digital to analog technology (DAC), the AWGs offer from 6 to 24 fully synchronous channels, output rates up to 1.25 GS/s, analog bandwidth as high as 400 MHz, large on-board memories (up to 1 GSample per channel) and generous output voltage ranges of up to ±5 V into high impedance and up to ±2.5 V into 50Ω. Importantly for most applications, all the output channels are clocked and triggered synchronously so they maintain a constant, inter-channel clock phase relationship. The clocking system uses a precision phase locked loop (PLL) control process that can be generated internally or, alternatively, from an external clock or reference. Time skew between the channels is also minimized with the maximum skew, between all channels, being less than 130 picoseconds.