AWG510 Tektronix Arbitrary Waveform Generator

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The AWG510 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.

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Additional Features:

  • One Channel with 10-bit Vertical Resolution
  • External Clock Input Permits Jitter Insertion and Synchronization
  • 10-Channel, 1 GHz Digital Data Generation (Opt. 03)
  • Real-time Noise Generation
  • Supports Direct External Clock and 10 MHz Reference Input
  • Waveform Transfers from DSO
  • File Transfers from GPIB, Floppy Disk, or 10Base-T Ethernet
  • On-Screen Waveform Editing for Ease-of-Use
  • Unique Real-time Sequencing Links Multiple Waveform Files Creating Waveforms of Nearly Infinite Length
  • Built-in 3 GB Hard Drive for Mass Data Storage
  • User Modified Isolation Pulse for Disk Drive Testing
  • Optional 78 MB Flash Disk for ATE Applications

Applications

Communications Design and Test:

  • Low Frequency Modulated RF
  • Digital Information Encoding Using FSK, PSK and QAM (Quadrature Modulation) for Cellular, Fax and 
  • Modem Communications

Optical Communications Design and Test:

  • Reflections, Crosstalk, and Ground Bounce Simulation

Real-world Simulations:

  • Corrupt Ideal Waveforms
  • Add Jitter to Waveforms with Jitter Editor
  • EMP/EMI and Other System Noise
  • Power Supply Noise and Ripple
  • Transducer Simulation

As a member of the Tektronix family of arbitrary generators, the AWG 500 Series is a high performance, mixed-signal source. The AWG 500 Series provides 1 GS/s sample clock rate and 4 M word execution memories.

Its unique design integrates a graphical editing display with the most powerful hardware output capabilities available. This allows on-screen viewing of waveform editing and simplifies "what-if" test scenarios by easily allowing the creation of composite signals.

The AWG 500 uses a graphical user interface to overcome the historical difficulties associated with developing arbitrary and complex waveforms. Several intuitive and powerful techniques are built-in to develop and edit custom waveforms.

The standard AWG 510 configuration provides up to 2 V output or 4 V into a differential input with the complementary output, each with 10-bits vertical resolution. Option 03 adds an independent 10-bit-wide digital data port which can be used in conjunction with the marker outputs for data generation up to 12-bits wide at up to 1 GHz.

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