E1440A Agilent Function Generator

The E1440A is a Function Generator from Agilent. 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.

Additional Features:

  • Five different waveforms
  • Multi-interval sweep and multimarker mode
  • Amplitude and phase modulation
  • 1 µHz - 60 MHz TTL clock
  • High-voltage output option, Isolated (floating) outputs
  • Two or more Keysight Agilent HP E1440A modules for generating phase-related signals

The Agilent HP E1440A function/sweep generator is a C-size, 2-slot, message-based VXI module. It provides low-distortion sinewaves and a variety of waveforms for applications requiring high frequency stability and resolution (11 digits). A programmable relative phase output synchronized to a companion module is also available. Two or more Keysight Agilent HP E1440A modules can be used for generating multi-phase related signals. With this module, you can use the modulation source as an arbitrary function generator via GPIB to provide user-defined waveforms, or use the save-recall memory that includes nonvolative memory locations for simple and rapid access to frequently used test setups. Additionally, you can produce five different waveforms including: sine, square, triangle, negative, and positive ramps.

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