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View Cart My Account Standard output waveforms can be created by pressing one button on the front panel. In most cases, pressing one button on the front panel or performing one or two mouse clicks on your PC is all that is necessary to generate or modify a waveform.
From its fully featured Arbitrary Waveform Generator ARB to its high speed keithlye ease-ofuse, the is a complete signal generation solution for all your waveform application needs up to 50 MHz. Inject noise into your device under test with the press of a button.
Versatile Waveform Creation Capabilities The generates highly stable and accurate waveforms that allow you to create almost any desired shape.
For ease of use, up to four user-defined waveforms can be stored in the onboard non-volatile memory. This instrument is easy to use. With theyou can precisely replicate real world signals.
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Lower speed instruments cannot provide the signal accuracy of theeven at bandwidths they were specifically designed for.
The exceptional signal quality of the is a result of its high resolution, fast rise and fall times, and deep memory. Ease of Use This instrument is easy to use.
Noise Generation Inject noise into your device under test with the press of a button. Modulating Waveforms The ability of the to modulate at high internal frequencies allows you to accurately simulate real-world conditions.
Ten standard waveforms are keitnley, including the basic sine, square, ramp, and triangle shapes.
Data Sheet KB. The built-in 10 MHz external time base is included at no extra cost. The fast rise times and high speed capability provides the precise noise simulation your applications require.
Pulse capabilities have become critically important as devices being tested have become smaller, more sensitive, and more complex. Pattern Generation The is the only instrument in its class with a Digital Pattern mode.
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To accurately duplicate the signals these tiny devices receive, very clean pulses with crisp edges are mandatory, which is why the offers the fastest rise time 5ns and cleanest pulse shapes for this class of instrument. This feature can be used for applications such as testing clock and data signals directly, sending simple protocols to devices under test, kithley simulating simple control functions.
The ability of the to modulate at high internal frequencies allows you to accurately simulate real-world conditions. This external time base makes it simple to control multiple instruments from the same source, connect multiple s together, and synchronize multiple signals of any shape. The is the only instrument in its class keithkey a Digital Pattern mode. The generates highly stable and accurate waveforms that allow you to create almost any desired shape.
Pulse Generation Pulse capabilities have become critically important as devices being tested keityley become smaller, more sensitive, and more complex.
The adjustable amplitude and offset parameters control how much or how little noise is produced. It uses direct digital synthesis DDS techniques to achieve this level of performance and functionality.
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This combined with its low price makes it the ideal solution for applications that use the 50 MHz bandwidth and below. Function Generation Standard output waveforms can be created by pressing one button on the front panel. The offers the highest repetition rates of any instrument in its class, allowing you to better emulate the signals you need to test. It provides the ability to transmit arbitrary bit patterns via a keithlry connector located on the rear panel of the instrument.