AWG70002A Tektronix Arbitrary Waveform Generator
The AWG70002A is a 2 Channel, 11.1 GHz arbitrary waveform generator from Tektronix.
- 10 bit, 2 GSamples record length, 2-channel arbitrary waveform generator.
- Complete solution for wideband RF signal generation in a single box
- Direct generation of wideband signals with carriers up to 20 GHz, removing the need for external RF conversion
- Simulate real-world analog effects on high speed digital data streams
- Model signal impairments up to speeds of 12.5 GBs
- Generate high precision RF signals
- Spurious Free Dynamic Range performance better than -80 dBc
- Create high speed baseband signals for optical transmission with the vertical resolution to handle higher order complex modulation
- 10 bits of vertical resolution at a sample rate of 50 GS/s
- Wideband RF/MW for communications and defense electronics
- Output wideband RF signals up to 20 GHz
- Validation and compliance testing of high speed silicon and communications devices
- Easily stress test receivers with a wide array of signal impairments
- Coherent optical research
- Generation of high Baud rate baseband signals with higher order, complex modulation
- Leading edge research in electronics, physics & chemistry
- High speed, low jitter signal source generates uniquely specified analog signals, fast pulses, data streams and clocks
- Sample rates up to 50 GS/s
- -80 dBc spurious free dynamic range
- 10 bits vertical resolution
- 16 GSample waveform memory
The industry-leading AWG70002A arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) provides you with unparalleled performance at the cutting edge for sample rate, signal fidelity, and waveform memory. In order to engineer the world's most complex data communications systems, the ability to create ideal, distorted and "real life" signals is essential. The AWG70002A of AWGs delivers this, giving you the industry's best signal stimulus solution for ever-increasing measurement challenges. With up to 50 GS/s and 10-bit vertical resolution, it offers easy generation of very complex signals and complete control over signal characteristics.