Arbitrary waveform generators

  • 01-Apr-2013 09:41 EDT
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Tektronix’s AWG 70000 Series arbitrary waveform generators provide up to 50 GS/s sample rate, 16 GS of waveform memory, and 10-bit vertical resolution, making them suited for high-speed testing and advanced research applications. The devices produce fast, clean signals that can be routed through a receiver or other device under test for long periods of time for comprehensive testing. The generators give design engineers and researchers the ability to create, generate, or replicate ideal, distorted, or “real-life” signals, an essential step in the design and measurement process. By offering easy generation of very complex signals with complete control over signal characteristics, the devices provide solutions for measurement challenges in defense electronics, optical, high-speed serial, and advanced research applications.

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