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arbitrary function generator

[′är·bə‚trer·ē ′fəŋk·shən ‚jen·ə‚rād·ər]
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A variety of Tektronix test equipment, including data timing generators, arbitrary waveform generators, digital phosphor and TDR sampling oscilloscopes, and clock recovery software was recommended as test equipment for the HDMI 1.0 Compliance Test Specification.
has introduced two new 16-bit Arbitrary Waveform Generator series from Rigol Technologies.
The test solution consists of the vendor's U7238E MIPI D-PHY compliance test software and the U7250A MIPI C-PHY compliance test software for Infiniium as well as the DSAV164A digital oscilloscope for transmitter test and the M8085A MIPI Receiver Test Solution software package running on the M8195A or M8190A arbitrary waveform generator for receiver test.
Central hardware elements were the M8195A arbitrary waveform generator, E8267D PSG vector signal generator and DSOS804A high-definition oscilloscope.
According to the company, a single driver supports all of the products - including Digitizer, Arbitrary Waveform Generator and high-speed Digital I/O PCI, PXI and CompactPCI cards.
The 4x4 MIMO RF test system features a frequency range to 6 GHz with an optional 20, 40, or 80 MHz arbitrary waveform generator bandwidth with 100 M samples of waveform memory and 40 MHz of receiver bandwidth.
The model N6030A is a wideband arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) that delivers 1.25 GSa/s and 15 bits of vertical resolution simultaneously.
There are also the NI PXI-5421 100 MS/s 16-bit arbitrary waveform generator and the NI PXI-5122 100 MS/s 14-bit high-resolution digitizer.
This scope series integrates several independent instruments into one, including a sophisticated digital oscilloscope with mixed-signal abilities, a digital voltmeter, a 6-digit frequency counter and totalizer, an optional two-channel arbitrary waveform generator, and a protocol analyzer with variety of serial protocol triggers and decodes available.
GaGe, a provider of high-performance PCI Express/PCI digitizer and oscilloscope cards, on Wednesday announced that it has launched its new CompuGen CG4800 PCI Express arbitrary waveform generator.
End-to-end transmit and receive test solutions in the lab will include a Tektronix AWG70002A 25GS/s arbitrary waveform generator and an MS072304DX 23-GHz mixed-signal real-time oscilloscope.