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AIM & THURLBY THANDAR INSTRUMENTS Signal and Waveform Generators PRODUCT SUMMARY Function Generators • Pulse Generators • Digital (DDS) Function Generators • • Arbitrary Waveform • RF Signal Generators • aimtti.com aimtti.us | aimtti.co.uk

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Product Range Pulse Generators - page 12 Analog 10MHz pulse generator. Waveform Amplifiers - page 12 Wide-band amplifier with 30V pk-pk output. Analog Function Generators - page 13 Dial-set and digital display function generators from 3MHz up to 20MHz. Models with sweep and external frequency measurement. Digital Function Generators - page 15 DDS based function generators, with and without arbitrary capability at frequencies up to 50MHz. Arbitrary Waveform Generators - page 18 Arbitrary waveform software, universal waveform generators (arbitrary/function/pulse) with up to four channels, and...

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Measurably better value The function generator is a particularly versatile instrument. It can generate a variety of precision wave shapes over a range of frequencies from mHz to MHz with a wide range of controlled amplitudes from a low-impedance source, and maintain constant amplitude as the frequency is varied. Although digital function generators may offer more features, analog function generators have advantages that can make them more appropriate for certain applications. Analog Function Generators - comparison table waveform generation - Function Generators 13 Analog Function...

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14. Function Generators - waveform generation Measurably better value TG300 series The TG300 series are analog function generators with a digital display which provides simultaneous readout of frequency and level (amplitude pk-pk, amplitude rms or dc offset).  3MHz function generator range  Display of frequency and level  120MHz frequency counter  Choice of three models Further details are provided in the comparison table on the previous page. Full details are available on the web site. Two models include an external counter with 7 digit resolution (using the full width of the display)...

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Measurably better value waveform generation - Function Generators 15. Digital Function Generators Digital function generators can be divided into three broad categories: 1. DDS* Function Generators without Arbitrary - these perform a similar function to an analog function generator, but with the advantages of DDS based stability, resolution, and sinewave purity. The TG2000 falls into this category. 2. DDS Function/Arbitrary Generators - these have the ability to produce arbitrary waveforms in addition to standard waveforms, but within the limitation imposed by using a DDS system....

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TG1000 &TG2000 ► 10/20MHz DDS function generator ► High stability and resolution ► USB & RS232 interfaces (TG2000) The TG2000 is a high performance DDS based function generator covering the range 1 mHz to 20MHz. It is ideal for engineers who require a high stability and high resolution function generator, but who do not require arbitrary waveforms. The TG1000 has a lower maximum frequency of 10MHz and omits the RS232 and USB interfaces of the TG2000. ► 0.001Hz to 10MHz or 20MHz frequency range ► 6 digits or 1mHz resolution ► 1ppm stability and 10ppm one year accuracy ► Low distortion, high...

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Measurably better value waveform generation - Function/Arbitrary Generators 17 The TG5011A and TG2511A are a high performance DDS arbitrary/function generators that utilise the latest high speed FPGA technologies to provide an exceptionally good price to performance ratio. They substantially out-perform the competition with high quality sine and square waveforms at up to 50MHz. The full graphics display is capable of showing representative waveform information simultaneously with a comprehensive status readout. The casing is highly compact being half rack width by 2U height. The wide range...

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Measurably better value ARB generator types Universal Arbitrary Waveform Generators - comparison table (see also TG series - page 14) Arbitrary generator describes a class of digital generator potentially capable of reproducing any waveform shape. There are two distinctly different ways in which arbitrary waveforms can be produced - DDS and Variable Clock *. Because each manufacturer may choose a different description for their product, it is not easy to know which underlying technology is being used. There are three broad classes of arbitrary waveform generator: 1. Generators that use DDS...

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Measurably better value waveform generation - Arbitrary The TGA1240 series are universal arbitrary waveform generators that combine a high performance arbitrary waveform generator, pulse train generator and DDS function generator on each channel. Variable clock architecture eliminates sampling jitter and enables complex waveforms to be created using waveform sequencing. Multi-channel units can be operated as completely independent signal sources, phase locked sources, or interlinked sources using inter-channel triggering, modulation or summing. 1, 2 or 4 waveform channels, independent or...

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20. Arbitrary Generators - waveform generation Measurably better value TG4001  40MHz DDS function generator  High speed arbitrary waveforms  Pulse train generation  RS-232, USB and optional GPIB Further details are provided in the comparison table on the previous page. Full details are available on the web site. The TG4001 provides high purity sine waves at up to 40MHz and square waves at up to 50MHz. The output amplifier has a bandwidth approaching 100MHz ensuring that waveform quality is excellent right up to the frequency limits. Amplitude flatness is better than ±0.2dB to 1MHz and...

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Measurably better value RF & EMC test equipment - Signal TGR6000  6 GHz signal generator  -110dBm to +7dBm Note: Full technical details are available on the web site. 10MHz to 6000MHz frequency range Accuracy better than 1ppm over 15oC to 30oC  Ageing better than 1 ppm over one year  Low phase noise and low leakage  -110dBm to +7dBm amplitude, 0.1dB steps  Amplitude entry in dBm, µV / mV, or dBµV  User compensation tables for specific test set-ups  Fast stepping sweep with dwell times down to 10ms  Internal or externally triggered sweep, lin or log, up or down  List sweep of up to...

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