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arbitrary function generator

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com)-- The market for signal generators (SGs) and arbitrary waveform generators (AWGs) in Europe is more developed and mature than elsewhere in the world, with the region ranking second globally in terms of revenue.
The CG4800 is an exceptionally high-speed, 14-bit, four-channel digital-to-analog conversion (DAC) board that may be used as an arbitrary waveform generator, a stimulus device, or for generating multiple communication frequency bands.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled Analysis of the Signal Generator and Arbitrary Waveform Generator Market provides drivers, restraints, technology trends and market share analysis of leading companies.
Analysis of the Signal Generator and Arbitrary Waveform Generator Market is part of the Test & Measurement Growth Partnership Services program, which also includes research in the following markets: General Purpose Test & Measurement Equipment and Modular Instruments for Test and Measurement.
The enhanced M8190A arbitrary waveform generator is shipping now with an entry price of $79,000.
Using Agilent's new 81199A Wideband Waveform Center software and the M8190A arbitrary waveform generator or a high-performance Infiniium 90000 X-Series oscilloscope, design teams can verify the overall performance of new 60-GHz wireless devices and validation engineers can perform specific measurements with expected values for transmitters and receivers as defined in the standard.
Tenders are invited for Arbitrary Waveform Generator Signal generators (standard, Function, Pulse, Level, Sweep, Synthesized, RF etc,) Synthesized Signal Generator
Instead of requiring engineers to set-up multiple pieces of equipment, the Tektronix solution uses an AWG70000 arbitrary waveform generator to produce required test signals and specified impairments automatically.
NYSE:A) today announced that its M8190A arbitrary waveform generator received the Frost & Sullivan Global Arbitrary Waveform Generators Enabling Technology Award.
a leading worldwide provider of test, measurement and monitoring instrumentation, today announced that its AWG70000 Arbitrary Waveform Generator won the Best Test Instrument award from Electronic Engineering and Product World (EEPW) Editors' Choice Awards 2013 - EEPW is the key science and technology magazine in China.
The new M8190A arbitrary waveform generator is able to deliver simultaneous high resolution and wide bandwidth along with industry-leading spurious-free dynamic range and very low harmonic distortion.
Agilent's vote of confidence in Tabor's innovative technology is very important to Tabor, a leader in the arbitrary waveform generator marketplace.