signal generators - Metrix Electronics

signal generators - Metrix Electronics
SIGNAL GENERATORS
W h i le s i gna l ge ne ra t ors traditionally produce sine waves with accurate frequencies
and amplitudes, modern function generators provide capabilities such as pulses,
square, triangle, and sawtooth waves. Added features include programmability,
modulation, sweeping, gating, bursts, and a variety of triggering methods. Some
generators provide specialty waves, such as simulated earthquake or ECG (electrocardiogram) signals. Arbitrary waveform generators (AWG) allow the creation of accurate and sophisticated stimulus signals that reflect real-world applications. For
example, an automotive engineer can use an AWG to accurately simulate a fuel injector current signal in order to test some diagnostic electronics.
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Modern circuits and systems can require a variety of signals for
characterization and testing. B&K Precision offers 28 models of signal
generators to meet these needs -- from sophisticated R&D lab work to
price-conscious school budgets.
■ 2 MHz – 120 MHz
■ Analog and digital function generators
■ True arbitrary waveform generators
There are two common architectures for signal generators today: DDS
(direct digital synthesis) and analog.
DDS generators provide flexibility, digital precision, programmability, and
sophisticated performance in small packages. Capable of generating sine
and square waves up to 50 MHz and 14 bit arbitrary waveforms of up to 4
million points at up to 125 million samples per second, B&K Precision's
407x series of AWGs lead the field in price, flexibility, and performance. Additionally, this AWG family also provides full function generator capabilities.
While DDS generators are at the forefront of generator technology and
features, analog generators are the time-tested workhorses of modern
technology, troubleshooting/maintenance, and education. They provide
excellent value with familiar controls and reliable operation, pleasing users
and business managers alike.
Model 4040DDS
Model 4086
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SIGNAL GENERATORS
Selection Guide
A r b i t r a r y / F u n c t i o n Ge n e r a t o r s
Primarily DDS function generators with limited Arb. capability in terms of memory space, vertical resolution and maximum output frequency.
Arb i tr ar y Wav e fo rm G e ne ra to r (AW G )
True AWG capable of generating almost any waveform combined with full function generator functionality (two in one).
Arbitrary Waveform and Function/Arbitrary Generators
MODULATION
RANGE
4079
1 uHz-50 MHz
2
4000000
125 MS/s
14 bit
int/ext
FSK
10 mV-10 Vpp
GPIB, RS232
marker, summing input
5
4076
1 uHz-50 MHz
1
4000000
125 MS/s
14 bit
int/ext
FSK
10 mV-10 Vpp
GPIB, RS232
marker, summing input
5
4078
1 uHz-25 MHz
2
400000
100 MS/s
14 bit
int/ext
FSK
10 mV-10 Vpp RS232, GPIB option
marker
5
4075
1 uHz-25 MHz
1
400000
100 MS/s
14 bit
int/ext
FSK
10 mV-10 Vpp RS232, GPIB option
marker
5
Function/
4086AWG
1 uHz-80 MHz
1
16000
200 MS/s
10 bit
int/ext
FSK, PSK
1 mV-10 Vpp
RS232
counter
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Arbitrary
4084AWG
1 uHz-20 MHz
1
16000
200 MS/s
10 bit
int/ext
FSK, PSK
1 mV-10 Vpp
RS232
counter
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Generator
4045
0.1 Hz-20 MHz
1
1000
50 MS/s
12 bit
int/ext
10 mV-10 Vpp
RS232
TYPE
Arbitrary
Digital (DDS)
ARBITRARY
NUMBER
OF
CHANNELS
Waveform
Generator
FREQUENCY
MODEL
Waveform
Length
(points)
Sample
Vertical
AM / FM
resolution
Rate
OUTPUT
SPECIAL
INTERFACE
RANGE
Other
FEATURES
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Note: *) All generators provide basic function generator waveforms sine, square, triangle, TTL/CMOS and ramp/pulse and complex waveforms noise, sin(x)/x, exponential and Gaussian
Function Generator
Analog
Digital (DDS)
TYPE
WAVEFORMS
FREQUENCY
MODEL
SWEEP
SPECIAL
INTERFACE
AM/FM
Other
lin/log
4087
1 uHz-120 MHz
√
noise, complex
int/ext
FSK, PSK
√
√
1 mV-10 Vpp
RS232
counter
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4086
1 uHz-80 MHz
√
noise, complex
int/ext
FSK, PSK
√
√
1 mV-10 Vpp
RS232
counter
9
4085
1 uHz-40 MHz
√
noise, complex
int/ext
FSK, PSK
√
√
1 mV-10 Vpp
RS232
counter
9
noise, complex
int/ext
FSK, PSK
√
√
1 mV-10 Vpp
RS232
counter
9
counter
7
1 uHz-20 MHz
√
0.1 Hz-20 MHz
√
4013DDS
0.1 Hz-7 MHz
√
int/ext
√
1 mV-10 Vpp
√
50 mV to 10 Vpp
4007DDS
0.1 Hz-12 MHz
√
4040A
0.2 Hz-20 MHz
√
4017A
0.1 Hz-10 MHz
√
√
√
4012A
0.5 Hz-5 MHz
√
4011A
0.5 Hz-5 MHz
√
√
7
50 mV to 10 Vpp
√
int/ext
into 50 Ω
FEATURES
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Other
4084
Function
OUTPUT RANGE
BURST
Basic *)
4040DDS
Function
MODULATION
RANGE
√
7
100 mV-10 Vpp
counter
10
100 mV-10 Vpp
10
100 mV-10 Vpp
10
100 mV-10 Vpp
10
4003A
0.5 Hz-3 MHz
√
√
100 mV-10 Vpp
4001A
0.5 Hz-3 MHz
√
√
100 mV-10 Vpp
10
4010A
0.2 Hz-2 MHz
√
100 mV-10 Vpp
10
counter
10
Pulse
Note: *) basic waveforms include sine, square, triangle, TTL/CMOS and ramp/pulse
TYPE
Model
Frequency Range
Transistion Time
Width
Delay
Number of Outputs
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Analog
4030
0.1 Hz - 10 MHz
12 ns
50 ns - 50 ms
0 - 2 us
1
11
Digital
4033**
0.1 Hz - 50 MHz
5 ns - 100 ms
10 ns - 10 s
0 - 10 s
1
--
Digital
4034**
0.1 Hz - 50 MHz
5 ns - 100 ms
10 ns - 10 s
0 - 10 s
2
--
** = Available Summer 2010
Other Signal Sources
Analog
TYPE
Signal
Audio
MODEL
WAVEFORMS
FREQUENCY
RANGE
Sine
2005B
100 kHz-150 MHz
√
3003
0.1 Hz-10 MHz
√
3001
20 Hz-150 kHz
√
MODULATION
OUTPUT RANGE
AM/FM
into 50 Ω
int/ext
100 mVrms max.
11
√
0-2.25 Vpp
11
√
0-2.5 Vpp
11
Square
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SIGNAL GENERATORS
25 MHz & 50 MHz Arbitrary Waveform/
Function Generators
Common Features & Benefits
■ Sweep, gated, burst, and modulation
(AM/FM/FSK) capabilities standard
■ AWG provides built-in pulse, ramp,
triangle, noise, sinc, exponential, and
Gaussian noise waveforms. You can
utilize these waveforms to build your
own arbitrary waveform using the front
panel controls
■ Audio frequency sine waves have a
very low distortion level of -65 dBc
Model 4078
Th e 4 07 x ge ne ra to rs combine a
full-featured DDS function generator with an
■ Versatile noise generation: In Arb mode
you can conveniently add noise to your
Common Features & Benefits
waveform directly from the front panel
■ High performance and cost
arbitrary waveform generator (AWG). This
gives the user uncommon flexibility to
generate any waveform that can be
described by a sampled set of data within
the generator's capabilities. AWGs have
revolutionized the generation of stimulus
signals by greatly reducing the need to
build special circuitry to generate custom
signals. This reduces costs enormously
because multiple design/build/debug steps
are avoided. Now, a user can write software
to generate the needed waveform shapes or
use the simple tools to graphically construct
special waveforms. With today's accelerated
development schedules, can you afford not
to take advantage of this powerful, enabling
technology?
and precisely adjust the scale of the
effectiveness in a compact package
noise amplitude. Unlike other
■ Standard function generator
generators that only produce a noise
capabilities (sine, square, triangle
waveform, this feature allows you to
waves) with DDS accuracy and
choose between generating a noise
precision. Also included are noise,
waveform or adding noise to an
sync, and exponential waveforms
existing waveform
■ Frequencies from 1 µHz (sine and
■ RS-232 and GPIB support
square), and amplitudes from 10
■ The units are easily programmable with
mVpp to 10 Vpp into 50 Ω
popular programming languages using
■ Up to four million points (4076, 4079)
a SCPI syntax
or four-hundred thousand points of
AWG memory -- the largest waveform
memories for instruments in their
class. The memory is not partitioned -use it all to store one waveform or
many waveforms at different locations
F eat ur es
40 75
407 8
40 76
Number of Channels
1
2
1
4 07 9
2
Frequency (sine)
1 uHz - 25 MHz
1 uHz - 50 MHz
±0.1 db @ 10 MHz, ±1 db @ 50 MHz
Flatness
±0.2 db @ 1 MHz, ±1 db @ 25 MHz
Sample rate
100 MS/s
125 MS/s
Computer interface
RS232 standard, GBIP optional
RS232 and GPIB standard
Weight
6.6 lbs (3 kg)
5.5 lbs (2.5 kg)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
8.4” x 3.5” x 12” (213 x 88 x 300) mm
8.4” x 3.5” x 11.8” (213 x 88 x 300) mm
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SIGNAL GENERATORS
25 MHz & 50 MHz Arbitrary Waveform/
Function Generators
Flexible interface
Intuitive user interface
Dual channel models (4078 & 4079)
■ The back panel has a 10 MHz reference
■ Back-lit LCD panels pack lots of
Features & Benefits
signal output or it can be used to input
information into a small space and can
a 10 MHz reference signal. This allows
be easily read in a dark lab
you to synchronize multiple generators
All waveform parameters such as
■ Intuitive layout of panel and screen
to one generator or to a lab standard
■ Both channels offer full functionality.
menus
frequency, amplitude and offset can be
set independently
signal. Precisely adjust the output
■ Make parameter adjustments with an
■ Synchronize both output signals to the
signal's phase with respect to this
analog-style knob -- or enter numbers
same clock signal (external or internal)
reference signal
directly using the keypad. Enter
and precisely adjust the phase
■ Marker pulses (50 Ω TTL output) can
frequency or period, whichever is most
relationship between the two signals
be output at any point on the waveform
convenient. Use Vpp, Vrms, or dBm for
■ Economical baseband I/Q signal source
for user-defined durations. This lets you
amplitude (4076/4079). Left-right arrow
■ Saves costs and bench space
synchronize other equipment with your
keys let you choose which digit to
arbitrary waveforms. Trigger other
adjust with the knob
generators phase-locked to the main
generator to generate multiple waves
CH2 added
Model 4079 only
with precise timing and phase
relationships, or use the marker pulse
to trigger a scope to let you view a
system's response at a precise point
■ Create and edit complex waveforms with
10 MHz external reference
WaveXpressTM software
Models 4076
& 4079
GPIB & RS-232
interface
Model 4079 (rear view)
™
B&K Precision’s WaveXpress™ software allows users to create and edit nearly any
waveform imaginable, and integrates seamlessly with B&K Precision DSOs and AWGs.
■ Seamless integration with B&K
■ Quickly create complex waveforms,
oscilloscopes 2534/2540/2542 and
and just as quickly edit them when
AWGs 4075 – 4079 & 4045
requirements change
■ Capture real-world waveforms with
your DSO and play them back on
a B&K AWG for testing
■ Combine waveforms with addition,
subtraction, multiplication and division
Waveform creation capabilities
■ Simple and intuitive interface
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SIGNAL GENERATORS
DDS Function Generators
Model 4040DDS
Model 4013DDS
All three 40 xx DDS mode ls are versatile
sweep function generators utilizing an advanced direct digital synthesis (DDS) design.
Common Features & Benefits
■ Sine, square and triangle waveforms
■ Lin or log sweep function
■ Adjustable DC offset
■ Adjustable duty cycle
■ Bright, informative LCD
Th e 4 0 07 DDS a nd th e 4 01 3 DDS are very
similar in performance, only differing in
Th e 4 0 40 DDS g en er at or is a high-performance DDS generator with some features
maximum output frequency and slight differences in distortion levels and square
wave rise/fall times. The 4007DDS can output triangle waves up to 100 kHz whereas
the 4013DDS can output them up to 1 MHz.
The symmetry of square waves can be adjusted from 15% to 85%. Users familiar with
analog generators will appreciate the
analog style controls.
seen in only higher-end instruments, but at
an attractive price.
Features & Benefits
■ Sine and square waves are available to
20 MHz with 0.01% frequency accuracy
■ Amplitude flatness is ±1 dB over the full
frequency range and ±0.5 dB up to
1 MHz
■ Normal and triggered operation are
Fea tu re s
40 07D D S
40 13 DD S
4 040 DD S
Frequency (sine & square)
0.1 Hz - 7 MHz
0.1 Hz - 12 MHz
0.1 Hz - 20 MHz
Output range
1 mV - 10 Vpp
DC-20 kHz = -55 dBc (<0.25%)
Distortion
Flatness
±1 dB to 7 MHz
Sweep time
Weight
±0.5 dB @ 1 MHz
±1 dB to 20 MHz
100 ms - 30 s
4.4 lbs (2 kg)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
sweeping, and internal or external
AM/FM modulation. Internal
DC-20 kHz = -50 dBc
±1 dB to 12 MHz
100 ms - 30 s
available along with gated operation,
modulation for both AM and FM is a
1 kHz sine wave
■ Built-in counter
10 ms - 50 s
5.5 lbs (2.5 kg)
8.4” x 3.5” x 8.3” (213 x 88 x 210) mm
Features & Benefits
■ Import waveforms from B&K scopes, AWGs, or load them from CSV or text files
■ Autoscan function automatically detects instruments connected via RS232, USB, or GPIB
■ Create waveforms from scratch with drawing and editing tools. Insert commonly used
waveforms and different types of noise
■ Numerous transformations for changing a waveform. You can add user-defined
transformations in the python programming language
■ Multi-language support: additional languages can be added by the user
Waveform editing capabilities
■ Fast zooming and panning with mouse
■ Dialog settings are remembered for faster repetitive work
■ Undo/redo allow quick experimentation
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SIGNAL GENERATORS
DDS Arbitrary/ Function Generators
Model 4086AWG
Th e 4 0 84 AW G a nd 4 0 86 AW G are laboratory-grade DDS function generators with
basic arbitrary waveform capability. They
produce low distortion (0.1% THD) sine
waves from 1 µHz and 26 other built-in
waveforms. Pulses from 0.1% to 99.9% duty
cycle can be produced. They can output 1
mVpp to 10 Vpp into 50 Ω. A 100 MHz
counter/totalizer is supplied with 50 mVrms
sensitivity. The 200 MSa/s arbitrary waveform generator can provide eight waveforms with up to 16,000 points each with 10
bit vertical resolution.
Model 4045
AM/FM/FSK/PSK modulation types are provided, along with linear/log sweep, burst
(up to 10,000 cycles), and gate capabilities.
Ten instrument setup states can be stored in
non-volatile memory. Setup parameters
can be entered with a keypad or knob.
These generators can also output ±DC voltages from millivolt levels with 1 µV resolution up to 9.999 V with 1 mV
resolution. A serial port provides programmability with SCPI-compatible syntax.
Th e 4 0 45 is an entry-level arbitrary
waveform generator with 1000 points of
user-definable waveform memory. Output
amplitudes can be from 10 mV to 10 Vpp
into 50 Ω. It is also a full-featured function
generator with sine, square, triangle, and
ramp waveforms. AM and FM modulation
are provided, along with linear/log sweep,
burst, and gate capabilities. Triggering can
be either internal, external, or manual. It is a
cost-effective choice for educational
environments and for budget-conscious
engineering managers.
4045 Features & Benefits
■ 0.01 Hz to 20 MHz sine and square
waves with 6 digit frequency resolution
■ 0.01 Hz to 2 MHz triangle and ramp
waveforms
■ 12 bit arbitrary waveform vertical
amplitude resolution
■ Sampling rate per point from 20 ns to
Arbitrary Waveform Generation Software (4084AWG & 4086AWG)
50 s
■ <18 ns square wave rise and fall time
Fea tu res
404 5
4 0 8 4 AW G
4 0 8 6 AW G
Sine
0.1 Hz - 20 MHz
1 uHz - 20 MHz
1 uHz - 80 mHz
Square
0.1 Hz - 20 MHz
1 uHz - 20 MHz
1 uHz - 40 mHz
Amplitude (into 50 Ω)
10 mV - 10 Vpp
1 mV - 10 Vpp
≤ 40 MHz: 1 mV ~ 10 Vpp
≥ 40 MHz: 1 mV ~ 2 Vpp
Frequency Accuracy
50 ppm
≤ ±5 x 10-6 (22ºC ±5ºC)
Weight
5.5 lbs (2.5 kg)
6.6 lbs (3 kg)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
8.4” x 3.5” x 8.3”
(213 x 88 x 210) mm
10” x 3.93” x 14.56”
(255 x 100 x 370) mm
■ DC offsets ±4.5 V into 50 Ω
■ Symmetry adjustment for square and
triangle waves allows you to produce
pulses and ramps
■ Output and sync terminals on front
panel
■ Frequency accuracy is 50 ppm
■ USB Interface (virtual COM)
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SIGNAL GENERATORS
Programmable DDS Function
Generator Series
sine transverse cut (i.e., the top of the
sine wave is clipped), sine vertical cut
(like an AC lamp dimmer), sine phase
modulation (a phase-modulated square
wave with sine amplitude modulation),
logarithmic, exponential, half-round,
sinc, square root, tangent, and
combination (ramp, DC, and staircase)
■ Frequency range for complex
(arbitrary-style) waveforms is 1 µHz to
Model 4087
100 kHz
■ Output ±DC voltages from millivolt
levels with 1 µV resolution up to 9.999 V
with 1 mV resolution
B & K P r e c is i o n ' s 4 0 8 0 s e r i e s g e n e r a t o r s
Features & Benefits
are laboratory-quality DDS function generators from 1 µHz output and amplitudes of 1
■ Low distortion sine waves (≤ 0.1% THD
mVpp to 10 Vpp into 50 Ω (reduced output
above 40 MHz). Besides providing sine,
square, triangle, ramp, and pulse waveforms, there are 19 other built-in specialized
waveforms.
■ AM/FM/FSK/PSK modulation
■ A configuration setting lets you display
the correct amplitude for either a high
for 20 Hz to 100 kHz)
impedance load or a 50 Ω load
■ Set amplitude in volts peak-to-peak,
■ Linear and logarithmic frequency
volts RMS, or dBm (1 mW into 50 Ω)
sweeps. Sweep times from 1 ms to
■ RS-232 interface standard for
800 s (linear). Sweep over the full
controlling instrument state with
frequency range if desired
SCPI-compatible syntax
■ 100 MHz counter/totalizer with
■ Easy-to-read VFD (vacuum fluorescent)
50 mVrms sensitivity (input on rear
display
panel)
■ 10 instrument setup states can be
■ 0.1% to 99.9% duty cycle positive or
stored in non-volatile memory
negative pulses (below 10 kHz)
■ Other waveforms provided: noise, ±DC,
■ Rear panel terminals: counter/totalize
staircase, coded pulse, full wave
input, modulation out, modulation in,
rectified sine, half-wave rectified sine,
external trigger/FSK/burst
■ 1 ppm frequency stability
Model 4087 (rear view)
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Fea tu res
408 4
4 085
4 08 6
408 7
Sine
1 uHz - 20 MHz
1 uHz - 40 MHz
1 uHz - 80 MHz
1 uHz - 120 MHz
Square
1 uHz - 20 MHz
1 uHz - 40 MHz
1 uHz - 40 MHz
1 uHz - 40 MHz
1 mV ~ 10 Vpp
≤40 MHz: 1 mV ~ 10 Vpp
≥40 MHz: 1 mV ~ 2 Vpp
≤40 MHz: 1 mV ~ 10 Vpp
≥40 MHz: 1 mV ~ 3 Vpp
Amplitude (into 50Ω)
1 mV ~ 10 Vpp
Weight
6.6 lbs (3 kg)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
10” x 3.93” x 14.56” (255 x 100 x 370) mm
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SIGNAL GENERATORS
Function Generators
Th e se a na l og f un c ti on ge ne ra to rs offer
familiar controls, stable output, and reliable
operation at budget-saving price points.
While DDS generators have eclipsed analog
generators at the high end, these analog
generators are the workhorses of industry,
education, and hobbyists. They are widely
used wherever repeatable signals are
needed.
Common Features & Benefits
■ Variable output: 10 Vpp into 50 Ω
(includes a 20 dB attenuator)
■ 50 Ω output impedance
Th e mo de l 40 4 0A is an analog generator
with AM/FM modulation (internal or exter-
Th e mo de l 40 0 1A is an economy function
generator with the ability to provide linear
nal), linear/log sweeping, and burst capability. Includes a 5 digit 30 MHz frequency
counter with 30 mV sensitivity.
and logarithmic frequency sweeps -- a feature usually not seen at this price point. This
feature is useful for the frequency
characterization of system behavior or the
discovery of resonances.
Th e mo de l 40 1 7A is a 10 MHz sweep function generator with a 5 digit LED display, lin-
Mo de l 4 0 03 A is similar to the 4001A, but
provides digital frequency setting and a 60
ear/log sweep, variable duty cycle and DC
offset.
MHz frequency counter for external signals
with 30 mV sensitivity, at a surprisingly low
price.
Mo de ls 4 0 11 A an d 4 01 2 A are popular 5
MHz generators for general bench and lab
use with an ideal mixture of features at a
compelling price. The 4012A is identical to
the 4011A, but with a sweep function added.
Th e mo de l 40 1 0A is an entry level 2 MHz
analog generator– perfect for school labs.
■ TTL/CMOS output
■ Adjustable DC offset
■ Sine/square/triangle/ramp/pulse
outputs
Some models have digital counters for
accurate frequency setting and measuring
and some are capable of sweeping in
frequency. Maximum frequency output
ranges from 2 MHz to 20 MHz. Typical uses
for these generators are:
■ Signal injection into electrical circuits
for characterization and troubleshooting
■ Experimental setups in college science
course laboratories
■ Test signals for equipment used in
scientific, engineering, and medical
research
Note: While only the 4040A offers FM modulation,
all units except the 4001A have a VCG (voltage
controlled generator) input that can simulate FM
modulation when driven by a modulating signal.
In addition, providing a ramp signal to this input
can effectively sweep the generator's output
frequency. On generators with sweep, the VCG
jack provides a DC signal proportional to the
instantaneous frequency, which can be useful for
driving XY plotters or scope displays.
Fe at ur es
4 04 0A◊
40 17 A◊
40 12 A
40 11 A◊
401 0A◊
4 003 A◊
40 01A ◊
Frequency Range (sine)
0.2 Hz - 20 MHz
0.1 Hz - 10 MHz
0.5 Hz - 5 MHz
0.5 Hz - 5 MHz
0.2 Hz - 2 MHz
0.5 Hz - 3 MHz
0.5 Hz - 3 MHz
Frequency Resolution
5 digits
5 digits
4 digits
4 digits
--
--
--
≤3% typical at 1 kHz
Distortion
≤30 nS
Rise time (square)
Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D)
4.5 lbs (2 kg)
≤30 nS
4 lbs (1.8 kg)
11.75” x 5.5” x 10.57” 11.75” x 4.5” x 10.57”
(298 x 140 x 264) mm (298 x 114 x 264) mm
4% typical at 1 kHz
≤20 nS
≤120 nS
<2%, 1 Hz - 100 kHz
<90 nS
4 lbs (1.8 kg)
5.5 lbs (2.5 kg)
11.75” x 4.5” x 10.37”
(298 x 114 x 264) mm
10.83” x 3.6” x 11.8”
(275 x 90 x 300) mm
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SIGNAL GENERATORS
Pulse, Handheld, & RF Generators
20 Hz-150 kHz sine/square wave audio generator
The model 3001 generates low-distortion sine waves at 46 discrete frequencies. Output impedance is 600 ohms at the dual banana jacks and
the output voltage is continuously adjustable up to 1.2 V (RMS) into an
open circuit. Output flatness is ±0.5 dB. A 5 Vpp square wave is provided at separate banana jacks for synchronization. Frequency accuracy is 3% from 20 Hz to 100 kHz. The unit is powered from a 9 V
battery.
10 MHz pulse generator with 4-digit
LED display
The model 4030 pulse generator supplies
positive and negative 0.5-5 volt pulses into
50 Ω at up to 10 MHz pulse repetition frequency (pulse periods from 100 ns to 100
ms). Pulse widths are continuously variable
between 50 ns and 50 ms and the pulses
have rise and fall times of 12 ns. A 4-digit
frequency counter and 8 crystal-controlled
frequencies let you use the generator for
accurate time-domain work. The generator
can be triggered from external signals.
10 MHz handheld sine & square wave signal generator
The 3003 generates up to 10 MHz sine (adjustable amplitude from 0 to
4.5 Vpp no load) and TTL square waves using DDS technology in steps
of 0.1 Hz. Output frequency accuracy is 0.02%. The sine and square
waves are available simultaneously from separate BNC female
connectors. A 9 V battery supplies power or an external 6-9 VDC
adapter can be used. The output frequency is adjusted by push
buttons that increment or decrement each digit. The unit is smaller
than a typical paperback book and is about 2 inches (50 mm) thick,
making it a small, portable package. Battery operation is useful to
avoid ground loops and common mode voltages.
150 MHz RF signal generator
Example Uses
■ Interfacing different logic families
■ Providing clock signals for digital design
tasks
■ Measuring pulse response of circuits
■ Providing digital delays of up to 2 µs
■ Providing clean single pulses to trigger
other events
The 2005B supplies sine wave outputs from 100
kHz to 150 MHz (harmonics usable to 450 MHz)
at up to 100 mV (RMS). The output can be
amplitude modulated with an internal 1 kHz
signal or with an external audio signal up to 1 V
(RMS). An external crystal can be plugged in for
precise frequency control. The output is
provided via a BNC female connector.
■ Converting a repetitive analog signal to
clean digital pulses
Fea tu r es
30 01
30 03
2 00 5B
Frequency Range
20 Hz - 150 kHz
0.1 Hz - 10 MHz
100 kHz - 150 MHz
Output Voltage
> 1.2 V rms at max setting(no load)
0 to 4.5 Vpp
up to 100 mVrms
Distortion (sine)
200 Hz - 15 kHz
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Output Impedance
600 Ω
50 Ω
50 Ω - 200 Ω
Weight
7 oz (200 g)
2 lbs (0.9 kg)
5.5 lbs (2.5 kg)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
3.3” x 6” x 0.9”
(82 x 150 x 21) mm
3.8” x 5.7” x 1.5”
(97 x 145 x 38) mm
9.84” x 5.91” x 5.12”
(250 x 150 x 130) mm
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Metrix Electronics Ltd Tel: +44 (0)845 034 3234 Email: [email protected]
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