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Arbitrary Waveform Generators AWG5000 Series
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Arbitrary Waveform Generators AWG5000 Series - 1

Arbitrary Waveform Generators - AWG5000 Series table.main {} tr.row {} td.cell {} div.block {} div.paragraph {} .font0 { font:7.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font1 { font:13.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font2 { font:15.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font3 { font:20.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font4 { font:24.00pt "Times New Roman", serif; } Arbitrary Waveform Generators AWG5000 Sries Data Sheet ■ 2 or 4 Differential/Single-ended Outputs provide Testing Flexibility ■ Up to 8 Marker Outputs ideal for System Synchronization ■ 28 Digital Output Channels Create Highly Precise Digital Signals ■ Deep Memory enables the Creation of Long Complex Waveform Sequences ■ Playback of Signals Captured on Scopes and Real-time Spectrum Analyzers allows for Simulation of Real-world Environments ■ Down to 800 ps Resolution Edge Timing Shift Control ■ 8,000 Steps Real-time Sequencing Creates Infinite Waveform Loops, Jumps, and Conditional Branches ■ Easy to Use and Learn, Shortens Test Time Convenient Benchtop Form Factor ■ Integrated PC supports Network Integration and provides a Built-in DVD, Removable Hard Drive, LAN, and USB Ports Applications High-resolution Wireless Communications and Defense Electronics Education and Research ADC/DAC Testing Mixed-signal Design and Test ■ Real-world, Ideal, or Distorted Signal Generation - Including all the Glitches, Anomalies, and Impairments System Synchronization and Timing Control for Large-scale Test Systems Features & Benefits ■ 480 MHz Carrier, High Dynamic Range RF Signals ■ High Dynamic Range IF Signals with Up to 180 MHz Modulation Bandwidth - 180 MHz Modulation Bandwidth with -58 dBc SFDR ■ Only Stand-alone AWG with 4 Channels Simplifies Test Setup and Reduces Uncertainty ■ RFXpress Software enables Quick Creation of Digitally Modulated and Radar Signals Waveform Sequencing and Subsequencing - Enables Creation of Infinite Waveform Loops, Jumps, and Conditional Branches Enhance the Ability to Replicate Real-world Signal Behavior Dynamic Jump Capability Enables the Creation of Complex Waveforms that Respond to Changing External Environment Tektronix

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Arbitrary Waveform Generators - AWG5000 Series table.main {} tr.row {} td.cell {} div.block {} div.paragraph {} .font0 { font:6.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font1 { font:7.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font2 { font:8.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font3 { font:10.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font4 { font:11.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } Data Sheet Dynamic Jump The Dynamic Jump capability enables the creation of complex waveforms by enabling the ability to dynamically jump to any predefined index in a waveform sequence. Users can define up to 16 distinct jump indexes that respond to changing...

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Arbitrary Waveform Generators - AWG5000 Series table.main {} tr.row {} td.cell {} div.block {} div.paragraph {} .font0 { font:1.40pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font1 { font:6.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font2 { font:7.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font3 { font:10.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font4 { font:11.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } Arbitrary Waveform Generators AWG5000 Sשries Environment Signal Gnration Radar signais must coexist with other commercial standard signais sharing the same spectrum, yet are still expected to perform with no performance degradation. This isn't unreasonable given...

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Arbitrary Waveform Generators - AWG5000 Series table.main {} tr.row {} td.cell {} div.block {} div.paragraph {} .font0 { font:7.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font1 { font:8.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font2 { font:10.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font3 { font:11.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font4 { font:17.00pt "Times New Roman", serif; } Data Sheet Characteristics Dfinitions Spcifications (not noted) - Product characteristics described in terms of specified performance with tol驩rance limits which are warranted/guaranteed to the customer. Spcifications are checked in the manufacturingprocess...

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Arbitrary Waveform Generators - AWG5000 Series table.main {} tr.row {} td.cell {} div.block {} div.paragraph {} .font0 { font:4.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font1 { font:7.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font2 { font:10.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } Arbitrary Waveform Generators AWG5000 Sשries Frequency Domain Characteristics Characteristic AWG5014C AWG5012C AWG5002C Output Frequency Characteristics Effective Frequency Output Fmaximum (specified) is determined as "sample rate / oversampling rate" or "SR/2.5" Fmaximum 480 MHz 240 MHz Fmaximum (typical) 540 MHz 275 MHz Effective Frequency...

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C9909004-A4 ??DM table.main {} tr.row {} td.cell {} div.block {} div.paragraph {} .font0 { font:4.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font1 { font:7.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font2 { font:10.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } Data Sheet Time Domain Characteristics Characteristic AWG5014C AWG5012C AWG5002C Data Rate Characteristics Data Rate Bit rate is determined as "sample rate / 4 points per cycle", allowing full impairment generation Bit rate (typical) 300 Mb/s 150 Mb/s Rise/Fall Time Characteristics Rise/Fall Time Rise/Fall time measured at 10% to 90% levels Tr/Tf Normal: 1.4 ns Direct: 0.95 ns...

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Arbitrary Waveform Generators - AWG5000 Series table.main {} tr.row {} td.cell {} div.block {} div.paragraph {} .font0 { font:4.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font1 { font:7.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } .font2 { font:10.00pt "Arial", sans-serif; } Arbitrary Waveform Generators AWG5000 Series Common Characteristics Characteristic AWG5014C AWG5012C AWG5002C Output Distortion Characteristics Spurious Free Dynamic Range (SFDR) SFDR is determined as a function of the directly generated carrier frequency. Harmonics not included SFDR (Direct) (typical) Clock: 1.2 GS/s, 14-bit operation Frequency: 10...

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