AWG2041 Tektronix Arbitrary Waveform Generator
The AWG2041 is an Arbitrary Waveform Generator from Tektronix. An arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) is a type of electronic test equipment people use to generate repetitive or single-shot electrical waveforms. Single-shot waveforms require a triggering source, either internal or external, while repetitive waveforms do not. Inject the signal the waveform generator creates into a device for analysis during testing, finding problems with the device, or confirming proper operation.
- 1.024-GS/sec Clock Rate Provides up to 500-MHz Waveforms
- 1-MB Record Length (4 MB with Opt. 01)
- Region Shift Function Provides 10-ps Edge Placement
- 8-Bit (1/256) Vertical Resolution
- Direct DSO Waveform Transfers
- Optional 8-Bit 1-GHz Digital Data Generator
- Built-In 1.4-MB 3.5-in. Floppy Disk
- FFT Editor (Option 09); Frequency Domain Editing
- Real-Time Waveform Sequencer Creates Automatic Test Sequences or Extremely Long Patterns Almost Infinitely
- Formula Entry of Waveforms
- Fully Programmable from Front Panel, RS-232, or GPIB (IEEE 488.2)
- CE Certified
- Physical Layer Test
- Computer Peripherals
- Data Storage
- Electronic Warfare Simulation
- Converter Testing
- Filter Design
- Semiconductor/Logic (ASIC/DAC/FPGA)
- LCD (STN/TFT/MIM)
The Tektronix AWG 2041 has a 1 GS/s sample rate and 1 MB execution memory. As with the entire 2000 Series family, the graphical user interface allows on-screen viewing of waveform editing and simplifies "what-if" test scenarios by easily allowing the creation of composite signals.
The standard AWG 2041 configuration provides up to 2 V output or 4 V with the complementary output, each with 8-Bits vertical resoluton. The AWG 2041 supports true Real Time Sequencing capability similar to the AWG 2021.