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DS335 Stanford Research Function Generator

The DS335 is a Function Generator from Stanford Research. A function generator is a type of signal generator people use to generate many kinds of electrical waveforms over a range of frequencies. A function generator is a type of electronic test equipment that produces sine, triangular, square, and sawtooth shape waveforms. The user can make these waveforms single-shot, using a trigger source, or repetitive, based on use. This kind of signal generator uses integrated circuits to create waveforms. Function generators cover both RF and Microwave frequencies.
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Additional Features:

  • Frequency range: 1 µHz to 3.1 MHz 
  • 1 µHz frequency resolution
  • Sine, square, ramp, triangle & noise
  • Phase-continuous frequency sweeps
  • FSK modulation
  • 10 Vpp into 50 Ohm
  • RS-232 and GPIB interfaces (opt.)

The Stanford Research Systems DS335 is a simple, low-cost, 3 MHz function generator designed for general benchtop or ATE applications. Based on a Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) architecture, the DS335 includes features not normally found in function generators in this price range.

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