Manual for Arbitrary Signal and Function Generator 50Mhz

Manual for Arbitrary Signal and Function Generator 50Mhz
Arbitrary Function Generator
AFG-3000 Series
QUICK START GUIDE
GW INSTEK PART NO. 82FG-30820MA1
ISO-9001 CERTIFIED MANUFACTURER
October 2010 edition
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maintenance procedures at any time without notice.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................. 4 GETTING STARTED .......................................... 8 Main Features ..................................................................... 8 Panel Overview .................................................................. 10 Selecting a Waveform ........................................................ 15 Modulation ........................................................................ 16 Sweep ................................................................................ 18 Burst ................................................................................. 18 ARB ................................................................................... 19 Utility Menu ...................................................................... 22 AFG-3000 Series Specifications ......................................... 24 EC Declaration of Conformity ............................................ 30
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AFG-3000 Quick Start Guide
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This chapter contains important safety instructions
that should be followed when operating and
storing the function generator. Read the following
before any operation to ensure your safety and to
keep the function generator in the best condition.
Safety Symbols
These safety symbols may appear in this manual or on the
instrument.
WARNING
Warning: Identifies conditions or practices that
could result in injury or loss of life.
CAUTION
Caution: Identifies conditions or practices that
could result in damage to the function generator or
to other objects or property.
DANGER High Voltage
Attention: Refer to the Manual
Protective Conductor Terminal
Earth (Ground) Terminal
DANGER Hot Surface
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Double Insulated
Do not dispose electronic equipment as unsorted
municipal waste. Please use a separate collection
facility or contact the supplier from which this
instrument was purchased.
Safety Guidelines
General
Guideline
CAUTION

Do not place heavy objects on the instrument.

Do not place flammable objects on the
instrument.

Avoid severe impact or rough handling that
may damage the function generator.

Avoid discharges of static electricity on or near
the function generator.

Use only mating connectors, not bare wires, for
the terminals.

The instrument should only be disassembled by
a qualified technician.
(Measurement categories) EN 61010-1:2001 specifies the
measurement categories and their requirements as follows. The
AFG-3000 falls under category II.
 Measurement category IV is for measurement performed at the
source of a low-voltage installation.
 Measurement category III is for measurement performed in a
building installation.
 Measurement category II is for measurement performed on
circuits directly connected to a low voltage installation.
 Measurement category I is for measurements performed on
circuits not directly connected to Mains.
Power Supply
WARNING

AC Input voltage: 100 ~ 240V AC, 50 ~ 60Hz.

Connect the protective grounding conductor of
the AC power cord to an earth ground to
prevent electric shock.
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Fuse
WARNING
Cleaning the
function
generator
Operation
Environment

Fuse type: T0.63A/250V.

Only qualified technicians should replace the
fuse.

To ensure fire protection, replace the fuse only
with the specified type and rating.

Disconnect the power cord and all test leads
before replacing the fuse.

Make sure the cause of fuse blowout is fixed
before replacing the fuse.

Disconnect the power cord before cleaning the
function generator.

Use a soft cloth dampened in a solution of mild
detergent and water. Do not spray any liquid
into the function generator.

Do not use chemicals containing harsh products
such as benzene, toluene, xylene, and acetone.

Location: Indoor, no direct sunlight, dust free,
almost non-conductive pollution (Note below)
and avoid strong magnetic fields.

Relative Humidity: < 80%

Altitude: < 2000m

Temperature: 0°C to 40°C
(Pollution Degree) EN 61010-1:2001 specifies pollution degrees and
their requirements as follows. The function generator falls under
degree 2.
Pollution refers to “addition of foreign matter, solid, liquid, or
gaseous (ionized gases), that may produce a reduction of dielectric
strength or surface resistivity”.
 Pollution degree 1: No pollution or only dry, non-conductive
pollution occurs. The pollution has no influence.
 Pollution degree 2: Normally only non-conductive pollution
occurs. Occasionally, however, a temporary conductivity caused
by condensation must be expected.
 Pollution degree 3: Conductive pollution occurs, or dry, nonconductive pollution occurs which becomes conductive due to
condensation which is expected. In such conditions, equipment
is normally protected against exposure to direct sunlight,
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precipitation, and full wind pressure, but neither temperature
nor humidity is controlled.
Storage
environment
Disposal

Location: Indoor

Relative Humidity: < 70%

Temperature: -10°C to 70°C
Do not dispose this instrument as unsorted
municipal waste. Please use a separate collection
facility or contact the supplier from which this
instrument was purchased. Please make sure
discarded electrical waste is properly recycled to
reduce environmental impact.
Power cord for the United Kingdom
When using the function generator in the United Kingdom, make sure the
power cord meets the following safety instructions.
NOTE: This lead/appliance must only be wired by competent persons
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT: The wires in this lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green/ Yellow:
Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live (Phase)
As the colours of the wires in main leads may not correspond with the coloured
marking identified in your plug/appliance, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured Green & Yellow must be connected to the Earth terminal
or coloured Green/Green &
marked with either the letter E, the earth symbol
Yellow.
The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked
with the letter N or coloured Blue or Black.
The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal marked with
the letter L or P or coloured Brown or Red.
If in doubt, consult the instructions provided with the equipment or contact the
supplier.
This cable/appliance should be protected by a suitably rated and approved HBC
mains fuse: refer to the rating information on the equipment and/or user instructions
for details. As a guide, a cable of 0.75mm2 should be protected by a 3A or 5A fuse.
Larger conductors would normally require 13A types, depending on the connection
method used.
Any exposed wiring from a cable, plug or connection that is engaged in a live socket
is extremely hazardous. If a cable or plug is deemed hazardous, turn off the mains
power and remove the cable, any fuses and fuse assemblies. All hazardous wiring
must be immediately destroyed and replaced in accordance to the above standard.
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AFG-3000 Quick Start Guide
GETTING STARTED
The Getting started chapter introduces the
function generator’s main features, appearance
and introduces a quick instructional summary of
some of the basic functions. For comprehensive
operation instructions, please see the user manual.
Main Features
Model name
Frequency bandwidth
AFG-3081
80MHz
AFG-3051
50MHz
Performance

DDS Function Generator series

1μHz high frequency resolution maintained at
full range

1ppm frequency stability

Full Function Arbitrary Waveform Capability
200 MSa/s sample rate
100 MSa/s repetition rate
1 M-point waveform length
16-bit amplitude resolution
Ten 1M waveform memories
True waveform output to display
User define output section
User defined marker output section
DWR (Direct Waveform Reconstruction)
capability
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Waveform editing capability sans PC
N Cycle and Infinite output mode selectable
Features
Interface

-60dBc low distortion sine wave

Sine, Square, Ramp, Pulse, Noise, Sinc standard
waveforms

Internal and external LIN/LOG sweep with
marker output

Int/Ext AM, FM, PWM, FSK modulation

Modulation/sweep signal output

Burst function with internal and external
triggers without marker output

Store/recall 10 groups of setting memories

Output overload protection

GPIB, RS232, USB standard interfaces

4.3 inch Color TFT LCD (480 × 272) Graphical
User Interface.

AWES (Arbitrary Waveform Editing Software)
PC software
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Panel Overview
Front Panel
LCD display
TFT color LCD display, 480 x 272 resolution.
Function keys:
F1~F6
Activates the functions which
appear in the bottom of the LCD
display.
Operation keys
Waveform is used to select a
waveform type.
The FREQ/Rate key is used to set
the frequency or sample rate
AMPL sets the waveform
amplitude.
Sets the DC offset.
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The UTIL key is used to access the
save and recall options, set the
remote interface (USB, GPIB,
RS232), use DSO link, update and
view the firmware version, access
the calibration options, output
impedance settings, set the
language and access the help
menu.
ARB is used to set the arbitrary
waveform parameters.
The MOD, Sweep and Burst keys
are used to set the modulation,
sweep and burst settings and
parameters.
Preset
The preset key is used to recall a
preset state.
Output key
The Output key is used to turn on
or off the waveform output.
Output
indicators
When an Output indicator is
green, it indicates that the output
is active.
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USB host
connector
The USB Host connector is used
to save and restore waveform
data and images, as well as
update the firmware.
Output terminals
Modulation output terminal.
The SYNC output terminal. 50Ω
output impedance.
The primary output terminal. 50Ω
output impedance.
Standby key
The standby key is used to turn
the function generator on (green)
or to put the function generator
into standby mode (red).
Selection keys
Used to select digits when editing
parameters.
Scroll Wheel
The scroll wheel is used to edit
values and parameters.
Decrease
Keypad
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Increase
The digital keypad is used to
enter values and parameters. The
keypad is often used in
conjunction with the selection
keys and variable knob.
GETTING STARTED
Rear Panel
Trigger input
External trigger input. Used to
receive external trigger signals.
MARK output
Mark output signal. Used for Sweep
and ARB mode only.
Fan
Power Socket
Input and fuse
Power input: 100~240V AC
50~60Hz.
Fuse: T0.63A/250V
Power Switch
Main power switch.
USB port
The Mini-B type USB connector is
used to connect the function
generator to a PC for remote
control.
RS232 port
9 pin female RS232 socket used for
PC remote control.
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GPIB
24 pin female GPIB
connector for PC remote
control.
Trigger output
Trigger output terminal.
MOD input
Modulation input terminal.
Display
Parameter
Windows
The Parameter display and edit window.
Status Tabs
Shows the status of MOD, Sweep and Burst modes.
Waveform Display The Waveform Display is used to output the
waveform on the display.
Soft Menu Keys
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The function keys (F1~F6) below the Soft Menu
keys correspond to the soft keys.
GETTING STARTED
Selecting a Waveform
Square Wave
Example: Square Wave, 3Vpp, 75%Duty, 1 kHz
Output
Input: N/A
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press Waveform> Square (F2).
Press Duty(F1)>7>5>%(F5).
Press Freq/Rate>1>kHz (F5).
Press AMPL>3>VPP (F6).
Press Output.
Triangle Wave
Example: Triangle Wave, 5Vpp,10kHz
Output
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press Waveform>Triangle (F3).
Press Freq/Rate>1>0>kHz (F5).
Press AMPL>5>VPP (F6).
Press Output.
Input: N/A
Sine Wave
Example: Sine Wave, 10Vpp,100kHz
Output
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press Waveform >Sine (F1).
Press Freq/Rate>1> 0>0> kHz (F5).
Press AMPL >1> 0>VPP (F6).
Press Output.
Input: N/A
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Modulation
AM
Example: AM modulation. 100Hz modulating square wave. 1kHz
Sine wave carrier. 80% modulation depth.
Output
Input: N/A
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press MOD>AM (F1).
Press Waveform>Sine (F1).
Press Freq/Rate>1>kHz (F5).
Press MOD>AM (F1)>Shape (F4)>Square
(F2).
5. Press MOD>AM (F1)>AM Freq (F3).
6. Press 1>0>0>Hz (F2).
7. Press MOD>AM (F1)>Depth (F2).
8. Press 8>0>% (F1).
9. Press MOD>AM (F1)>Source (F1)>INT (F1).
10. Press Output.
FM
Example: FM modulation. 100Hz modulating square wave. 1kHz
Sine wave carrier. 100 Hz frequency deviation. Internal Source.
Output
Input: N/A
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Press MOD>FM (F2).
Press Waveform>Sine (F1).
Press Freq/Rate>1>kHz (F5).
Press MOD>FM (F2)>Shape (F4)>Square
(F2).
5. Press MOD>FM (F2)>FM Freq (F3).
6. Press 1>0>0>Hz (F2).
7. Press MOD>FM (F2)>Freq Dev (F2).
8. Press 1>0>0>Hz (F3).
9. Press MOD>FM (F2)>Source (F1)>INT (F1).
10. Press Output.
GETTING STARTED
FSK Modulation
Example: FSK modulation. 100Hz Hop frequency. 1kHz Carrier
wave. Triangle wave. 10 Hz Rate. Internal Source.
Output
Input: N/A
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Press MOD>FSK (F3).
Press Waveform>Triangle (F3).
Press Freq/Rate>1>kHz (F5).
Press MOD>FSK (F3)>FSK Rate (F3).
Press 1>0>Hz (F2).
Press MOD>FSK (F3)>Hop Freq (F2).
Press 1>0>0>Hz (F3).
Press MOD>FSK (F3)>Source (F1)>INT (F1).
Press Output.
PWM Modulation
Example: PWM modulation. 800Hz Carrier wave. 15 kHz
modulating sine wave. 50% Duty Cycle. Internal Source.
Output
Input: N/A
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press Waveform>Square (F2).
Press MOD>PWM (F4).
Press Freq/Rate>8>0>0>Hz (F4).
Press MOD>PWM (F4)>Shape (F4)>Sine
(F1).
5. Press MOD>PWM (F4)>PWM Freq (F3).
6. Press 1>5>kHz (F3).
7. Press MOD>PWM (F4)>Duty (F2).
8. Press 5>0>% (F1).
9. Press MOD>PWM (F4)>Source (F1)>INT
(F1).
10. Press Output.
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Sweep
Example: Frequency Sweep. Start Frequency 10mHz, Stop frequency
1MHz. Log sweep, 1 second sweep, Marker Frequency 550 Hz,
Manual Trigger, Trigger out, rising edge.
Output
Input: N/A
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Press Sweep>Start (F3).
Press 1>0>mHz (F2).
Press Sweep>Stop (F4).
Press 1>MHz (F5).
Press Sweep>Type (F2)>Log (F2).
Press Sweep>SWP Time (F5).
Press 1>SEC (F2).
Press Sweep>More (F6)>Marker
(F3)>ON/OFF (F2)>Freq (F1).
9. Press 5>5>0>Hz (F3).
10. Press Sweep>More (F6)>TRIG out
(F4)>ON/OFF (F3)>Rise (F1).
11. Press Output.
12. Press Sweep>Source (F1)>Manual
(F3)>Trigger (F1).
Burst
Example: Burst Mode, N-Cycle (Internally triggered), 1kHz burst
frequency, Burst count = 5, 10 ms Burst period, 0˚ burst phase,
Internal trigger, 10 us delay, rising edge trigger out
Output
Input: N/A
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press FREQ/Rate>1> kHz (F5).
Press Burst>N Cycle (F1)>Cycles (F1).
Press 5>Cyc (F5).
Press Burst>N Cycle (F1)>Period (F4).
Press 1>0>msec (F2).
Press Burst>N Cycle (F1)>Phase (F3).
Press 0>Degree (F5).
GETTING STARTED
8. Press Burst>N Cycle (F1)>TRIG Setup
(F5)>INT (F1).
9. Press Burst>N Cycle (F1)>TRIG Setup
(F5)>Delay (F4).
10. Press 1>0>uSEC (F2).
11. Press Burst>N Cycle (F1)>TRIG Setup
(F5)>TRIG out (F5)>ON/OFF (F3)>Rise (F1).
12. Press Output.
ARB
ARB – Add Built-In Waveform
Example: ARB Mode, Exponential Rise. Start 0, Length 100, Scale
32767.
1. Press ARB>Built in (F3)>More (F5)>Exp Rise
Output
(F1).
2. Press Start (F1)>0>Enter (F5)>Return (F6).
3. Press Length (F2)>100>Enter (F5)>Return
(F6).
4. Press Scale (F3)>32767>Enter (F5)>Return
(F6)>Done (F4).
ARB - Add Point
Example: ARB Mode, Add point, Address 40, data 300.
Output
1. Press ARB>Edit (F2)>Point (F1)>Address
(F1).
2. Press 4>0>Enter (F5)>Return (F6).
3. Press Data (F2)>3>0>0>Enter (F5).
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ARB - Add Line
Example: ARB Mode, Add line, Address:Data (10:30, 50:100)
1. Press ARB>Edit (F2)>Line (F2)>Start ADD
Output
(F1).
2. Press 1>0>Enter (F5)>Return (F6).
3. Press Start Data (F2)>3>0>Enter (F5)>Return
(F6).
4. Press Stop ADD (F3)>5>0>Enter (F5)>Return
(F6).
5. Press Stop Data (F4)>1>0>0>Enter
(F5)>Return (F6)>Done (F5).
ARB – Output Section
Example: ARB Mode, Output ARB Waveform, Start 0, Length 100.
1. Press ARB>Output (F6).
Output
2. Press Start (F1)>0>Enter (F5)>Return (F6).
3. Press Length (F2)>100>Enter (F5)>Return
(F6).
ARB – Output N Cycle
Example: ARB Mode, Output N Cycle, Start 0, Length 100, Cycles 10.
1. Press ARB>Output (F6).
Output
2. Press Start (F1)>0>Enter (F5)>Return (F6).
3. Press Length (F2)>100>Enter (F5)>Return
(F6).
4. Press N Cycle (F4)>Cycles(F1)>10>Enter
(F5)>Return (F6).
5. Press Trigger (F6) to output once.
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ARB – Output Infinite
Example: ARB Mode, Output Infinite, Start 0, Length 100.
6. Press ARB>Output (F6).
Output
7. Press Start (F1)>0>Enter (F5)>Return (F6).
8. Press Length (F2)>100>Enter (F5)>Return
(F6).
9. Press Infinite (F5).
ARB – Output Markers
Example: ARB Mode, Output Markers, Start 0, Length 80.
Output
1. Press ARB>Output (F6)>Marker (F3).
2. Press Start (F1)>30, Enter (F5)>Return (F6).
3. Press Length (F2)>80>Enter (F5)>Return (F6).
ARB – Save
Example: ARB Mode, Save ARB waveform, Start 0, Length 100.
4. Press ARB>Save (F4).
Output
5. Press Start (F1)>0>Enter (F5)>Return (F6).
6. Press Length (F2)>100>Enter (F5)>Return
(F6).
7. Press either Memory(F3) or USB(F4).
8. Choose a file using the scroll wheel and press
Select (F1).
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ARB – Load
Example: ARB Mode, Load ARB waveform.
1. Press ARB>Load (F5).
Output
2. Press either Memory(F1) or USB(F2).
3. Choose a file using the scroll wheel and press
Select (F1).
4. Press To (F3)>0>Enter (F5)>Return (F6).
5. Press Done (F5).
Utility Menu
Save
Example: Save to Memory file #5.
1. Press UTIL>Memory (F1)>Store (F1).
2. Choose a file using the scroll wheel and press
Select (F1)>Done (F5).
Recall
Example: Recall Memory file #5.
1. Press UTIL>Memory (F1)>Recall (F2).
2. Choose a file using the scroll wheel and press
Select (F1)>Done (F5).
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Interface GPIB
Example: GPIB interface, Address 10.
GPIB
1. Press UTIL>Interface (F2)>GPIB
(F1)>Address (F1).
2. Press 10>Done (F5).
Interface RS232
Example: RS232 interface, Baud 115200, Parity None, Bits 8.
RS232
1. Press UTIL>Interface (F2)>RS232 (F2).
2. Press Baud Rate (F1)>115k (F5).
3. Press UTIL>Interface (F2)>RS232 (F2).
4. Press Parity/Bits (F2)>None/8Bits (F1).
Interface USB
Example: USB interface.
1. Press UTIL>Interface (F2)>USB (F3).
USB B
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AFG-3000 Series Specifications
The specifications apply when the function generator is powered on
for at least 30 minutes under +20°C~+30°C.
Waveforms
AFG-3051
AFG-3081
Sine, Square, Ramp, Pluse, Noise, DC,
Sin(x)/x, Exponential Rise, Exponential
Fall, Negative Ramp
Arbitrary Waveforms
ARB Function
Sample Rate
Repetition Rate
Waveform Length
Amplitude
Resolution
Non-Volatile
Memory
User defined
Output Section
User define Mark
Output
Output mode
Frequency Characteristics
Range
Sine
Square
Triangle, Ramp
Resolution
Accuracy
Stability
Aging
Tolerance
Output Characteristics(2)
Amplitude
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
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Built in
200 MSa/s
100MHz
1M points
16 bits
Ten 1M waveforms(1)
Any section from 2 to 1M points
Any section from 2 to 1M points
1 to 1048575 cycles or Infinite mode
selectable
50MHz
50MHz
80MHz
80MHz
1MHz
1μHz
±1 ppm 0 to 50˚C
±0.3 ppm 18 to 28˚C
±1 ppm, per 1 year
≤ 1 μHz
10 mVpp to 10 Vpp( into 50Ω)
20 mVpp to 20 Vpp(open-circuit)
± 1% of setting ±1 mVpp
(at 1 kHz,>10 mVpp)
0.1 mV or 4 digits
GETTING STARTED
Flatness
Offset
Units
Range
Waveform Output
Accuracy
Impedance
Protection
Sync Output
Level
Impedance
Sine wave Characteristics
Harmonic
distortion(5)
Total Harmonic
Distortion
Spurious (nonharmonic)(5)
Phase Noise
Square wave Characteristics
Rise/Fall Time
Overshoot
Asymmetry
Variable duty
Cycle
Jitter
Ramp Characteristics
Linearity
Variable
Symmetry
Pulse Characteristics
Period
± 1% (0.1dB) <10 MHz
± 2% (0.2 dB) 10 MHz to 50 MHz
± 10% (0.9 dB) 50 MHz to 70 MHz
± 20% (1.9 dB) 70 MHz to 80 MHz (sine
wave relative to 1 kHz)
Vpp, Vrms, dBm,
±5 Vpk ac +dc (into 50Ω)
±10Vpk ac +dc (Open circuit)
1% of setting + 2 mV + 0.5% Amplitude
50Ω typical (fixed)
> 10MΩ (output disabled)
Short-circuit protected
Overload relay automatically disables
main output
TTL-compatible into>1kΩ
50Ω nominal
–60 dBc DC~1 MHz, Ampl<3 Vpp
–55 dBc DC~1 MHz, Ampl>3 Vpp
–45 dBc 1MHz~5 MHz, Ampl>3 Vpp
–30 dBc 5MHz~80 MHz, Ampl>3 Vpp
< 0.2%+0.1mVrms
DC to 20 kHz
–60 dBc DC~1 MHz
–50 dBc 1MHz~20MHz
–50 dBc+ 6 dBc/octave 1MHz~80MHz
<-65dBc typical 10MHz, 30 kHz band
<-47dBc typical 80MHz, 30 kHz band
<8 ns(3)
<5%
1% of period +1 ns
20.0% to 80.0% ≤ 25 MHz
40.0% to 60.0% 25~50MHz
50.0%(Fixed) 50~80MHz
0.01%+525ps < 2 MHz
0.1%+75ps > 2 MHz
< 0.1% of peak output
0% to 100%
20ns~ 2000s
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Pulse Width
Overshoot
Jitter
8ns~ 1999.9s
Minimum Pulse Width:
8nS when FREQ 50MHz
5% of setting period when
FREQ 6.5MHz
Resolution:
1nS when FREQ 50MHz
1% of setting period when
FREQ 6.5MHz
<5%
100 ppm +50 ps
AM Modulation
Carrier Waveforms Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp, Pulse, Arb
Modulating
Sine, Square, Triangle, Up/Dn Ramp
Waveforms
Modulating
2 mHz to 20 kHz
Frequency
Depth
0% to 120.0%
Source
Internal / External
FM Modulation
Carrier Waveforms
Modulating
Waveforms
Modulating
Frequency
Peak Deviation
Source
Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp
Sine, Square, Triangle, Up/Dn Ramp
Carrier Waveforms
Modulating
Waveforms
Modulating
Frequency
Deviation
Source
Square
Sine, Square, Triangle, Up/Dn Ramp
Carrier Waveforms
Modulating
Waveforms
Internal Rate
Frequency Range
Source
Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp, Pulse
50% duty cycle square
2 mHz to 20 kHz
DC to 50 MHz
DC to 80 MHz
Internal / External
PWM
2 mHz to 20 kHz
0% ~ 100.0% of pulse width
Internal / External
FSK
2 mHz to 100 kHz
DC to 50 MHz
DC to 80 MHz
Internal / External
Sweep
Waveforms
Type
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Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp
Linear or Logarithmic
GETTING STARTED
Direction
Start/Stop Freq
Sweep Time
Trigger
Marker
Source
Up or Down
100 μHz to 50 MHz 100 μHz to 80 MHz
1 ms to 500 s
Single, External, Internal
Falling edge of Mark signal
(Programmable frequency)
Internal / External
Burst
Waveforms
Frequency
Burst Count
Start/Stop Phase
Internal Period
Gate Source
Trigger Source
Trigger Delay
N-Cycle, Infinite
External Modulation Input
Type
Voltage Range
Input Impedance
Frequency
External Trigger Input
Type
Input Level
Slope
Pulse Width
Input Impedance
Latency
Sweep
Burst
Jitter
Sweep
Burst
Modulation Output
Type
Amplitude
Range
Impedance
Trigger Output
Type
Level
Pulse Width
Maximum Rate
Fan-out
Impedance
Marker Output
Type
Sine, Square, Triangle, Ramp
1 μHz to 50
1 μHz to 80
MHz(4)
MHz(4)
1 to 1000000 cycles or Infinite
-360.0 to +360.0
1 ms to 500 s
External Trigger
Single, External or Internal Rate
0s to 85 s
For AM, FM, Sweep, PWM
± 5V full scale
10kΩ
DC to 20kHz
For FSK, Burst, Sweep
TTL Compatibility
Rising or Falling (Selectable)
>100ns
10kΩ, DC coupled
<10us (typical)
<100ns (typical)
2.5 us
1 ns; except pulse, 300 ps
For AM, FM, Sweep, PWM
≥1Vpp
>10kΩ typical (fixed)
For Burst, Sweep
TTL Compatible into 50Ω
>450 ns
1 MHz
≥4 TTL load
50Ω Typical
For ARB, Sweep
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Level
Fan-out
Impedance
Store/Recall
Interface
Display
System Characteristics
Configuration
Times (typical)
Arb Download
Times
(typical)
1M points
512K points
256K points
64K points
16K points
8K points
4K points
2K points
General Specifications
Power Source
Power
Consumption
Operating
Environment
Operating
Altitude
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TTL Compatible into 50Ω
≥4 TTL load
50Ω Typical
10 Groups of Setting Memories
GPIB, RS232, USB
4.3 inch TFT LCD
480 × 3 (RGB) × 272
Function Change:
Standard---->102ms
Pulse-------->660ms
Built-In Arb->240ms
Frequency Change: 24ms
Amplitude Change: 50ms
Offset Change: 50ms
Select User Arb: < 2s for 1M points
Modulation Change: < 200ms
Binary Code
ASCII Code
GPIB/RS232 USB Device
(115 Kbps)
189 sec
34 sec
95 sec
18sec
49 sec
9 sec
16 sec
3 sec
7 sec
830 ms
6 sec
490 ms
6 sec
365 ms
5 sec
300 ms
USB Host
70 sec
35 sec
18 sec
6 sec
1340 ms
780 ms
520 ms
390 ms
AC100~240V, 50~60Hz
65 VA
Temperature to satisfy the specification :
18 ~ 28˚C
Operating temperature :
0 ~ 40˚C
Relative Humidity:
≤ 80%, 0 ~ 40˚C
≤ 70%, 35 ~ 40˚C
Installation category: CAT Ⅱ
2000 Meters
GETTING STARTED
Dimensions
(WxHxD)
Pollution Degree
Storage
Temperature
Bench Top
IEC 61010 Degree 2, Indoor Use
-10~70˚C, Humidity: ≤70%
Weight
Safety Designed
to
EMC Tested to
Accessories
Approx. 4kg
EN61010-1
265 (W) x 107 (H) x 374 (D)
EN 55011, IEC-61326
Test cable(GTL-110× 1), User Manual
Compact Disk × 1, Quick Start Guide × 1,
Power cord × 1
(1). A total of ten waveforms can be stored. (Every waveform can be composed of
1M points maximum.)
(2). Add 1/10th of output amplitude and offset specification per C for operation
outside of 0 C to 28 C range (1-year specification).
(3). Edge time decreased at higher frequency.
(4). Sine and square waveforms above 25 MHz are allowed only with an “Infinite”
burst count.
(5). Harmonic distortion and Spurious noise at low amplitudes is limited by a -70
dBm floor.
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AFG-3000 Quick Start Guide
EC Declaration of Conformity
We
GOOD WILL INSTRUMENT CO., LTD.
No.7-1, Jhongsing Rd., Tucheng City, Taipei County 236, Taiwan
GOOD WILL INSTRUMENT (SUZHOU) CO., LTD.
No. 69, Lushan Road, Suzhou New District Jiangsu, China
declares that the below mentioned product
AFG-3081, AFG-3051
Are herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the
Council Directive on the Approximation of the Law of Member States
relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC) and Low
Voltage Equipment Directive (2006/95/EC). For the evaluation
regarding the Electromagnetic Compatibility and Low Voltage
Equipment Directive, the following standards were applied:
◎ EMC
EN 61326-1 :
EN 61326-2-1:
Electrical equipment for measurement, control and
laboratory use –– EMC requirements (2006)
Conducted and Radiated Emissions
EN 55011: 2007+A2: 2007
Current Harmonic
EN 61000-3-2: 2006+A1: 2009+A2: 2009
Voltage Fluctuation
EN 61000-3-3: 2008
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Electrostatic Discharge
EN 61000-4-2: 2009
Radiated Immunity
EN 61000-4-3: 2006+A1: 2008
Electrical Fast Transients
IEC 61000-4-4: 2004+Corr.1 : 2006+Corr.2 :
2007
Surge Immunity
EN 61000-4-5: 2006
Conducted Susceptibility
EN 61000-4-6: 2009
Power Frequency Magnetic Field
EN 61000-4-8: 1993+A1: 2001
Voltage Dips/ Interrupts
EN 61000-4-11: 2004
◎ Safety
Low Voltage Equipment Directive 2006/95/EC
Safety Requirements
IEC/EN 61010-1: 2001
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