DG2041A Rigol Arbitrary Waveform Generator
The DG2041A is a 40 MHz arbitrary waveform generator from Rigol. 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.
- Maximum Output Frequency: 40 MHz
- DDS Technology: Provides for a superior signal with low distortion and noise
- 100 MSa/s of sample rate, 14 bits of vertical resolution, 512K points of memory depth
- 10 standard waveforms: Sine, Square, Ramp, Pulse, Noise, Exponential Rise,
- Exponential Fall, Sin(x)/x, Cardiac, DC
- Arbitray waveform generation as defined by user
- Versatile modulation and variety of waveforms: AM, FM, PM, FSK, PWM, Sweep, Burst
- Versatile input and output signals: Waveforms output, Digital synchronous signals output, External Modulation Source, Clock Reference (10 MHz), External Trigger and Internal Clock Output (10 MHz)
- I/O: USB Device, RS-232, GPIB, LAN
- USB Host, to support USB disk, USB printer and direct system upgrade
- Seamless connectivity with DS series digital oscilloscopes: Ability to generate signals from stored waveforms from the DSO
- Multi-language user interface, built-in help system
- Optional Digital Logic Module - Create true mixed signals with 1 analog and up to 16 digital channels of stimulus
The Rigol DG2041A is a 40 MHz Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator.