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AWG70000B Arbitrary Waveform Generator

AWG70000B Arbitrary Waveform Generator

The AWG70000B Series Arbitrary Waveform Generator represents the cutting edge in sample rate, signal fidelity and waveform memory, making it ideal for design, testing and operations of complex components, systems and experiments. With up to sample rate of 50 GS/s and 10-bit vertical resolution, it delivers the industry's best signal stimulus solution for easy generation of ideal, distorted and “real-life” signals.

AWG70000B Arbitrary Waveform Generator

Key performance specifications

  • Sample rates up to 50 GS/s
  • -80 dBc spurious free dynamic range
  • 10 bits vertical resolution
  • Waveform memory of up to 32 GSamples

Key features

  • Complete solution for wideband RF signal generation in a single box
      • Direct generation of wideband signals with carriers up to 20 GHz, removing the need for external RF conversion
  • Simulate real-world analog effects on high speed digital data streams
      • Model signal impairments up to speeds of 12.5 GB/s
  • Generate high precision RF signals
      • Spurious Free Dynamic Range performance better than -80 dBc
  • Create high speed baseband signals for optical transmission with the vertical resolution to handle higher order complex modulation
      • 10 bits of vertical resolution at a sample rate of 50 GS/s
  • Create long waveforms scenarios without building complex sequences
      • Up to 32 GSamples of Waveform Memory plays 640 ms of data at 50 GS/s
  • Synchronize multiple units (manually or with the AWG Synchronization Hub) to achieve a multi-channel high speed AWG system
  • Fully operational without external PC
      • Built-in display and buttons make it possible to quickly select, edit and play waveforms directly from the front panel of the AWG
  • Simulate real-world environments by playing back captured signals
      • Waveforms captured with Oscilloscopes or Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers can be played back, edited or re-sampled on the AWG
  • Smooth transition from simulation to the real-world testing environment
      • Waveform vectors imported from third-party tools such as MATLAB
  • Sequencer with Streaming ID
      • Control the Sequencer directly via a network interface connection