SDG6032X,2 Channel and 2.4 GSa/s Sampling Rate Siglent Signal Generator
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|Total harmonic distortion(Sine)||0.075%|
|Non-harmonic spurious||-60 dBc(0 dBm, ≤350MHz); -55 dBc (0 dBm, >350MHz)|
|Sampling rate||300MSa/s, TrueArb mode; 1.2GSa/s, DDS mode|
|Num. of channels||2|
|Interface||Standard: USB Host, USB Device, LAN; Optional: GPIB (USB-GPIB adaptor)|
|Display||4.3 inch touch screen display, 480 x 272 x RGB|
|Net weight||3.5 kg|
|Gross weight||4.6 kg|
SDG6000X is a series of dual-channel Pulse/ Arbitrary Waveform Generators that feature up to 500 MHz bandwidth, a maximum sample rate of 2.4 GSa/s and 16-bit vertical resolution. They also include proprietary TrueArb & EasyPulse technology that help to solve the weaknesses inherent in traditional DDS generators when generating arbitrary, square and pulse waveforms. In addition, the SDG6000X is a multi-function device which can generate Noise, IQ signals and PRBS patterns. These features enable the SDG6000X to provide a variety of high fidelity and low jitter signals, meeting the growing requirements of complex and intensive applications.
Up-to 500 MHz Sine Wave
Our highest frequency generator. Novel design delivers higher voltages over a broad range of frequencies.
Adjustable Pulse Edges
The rise/fall times can be set independently to the minimum of 1 ns at any frequency with a minimum adjustment step as small as 100ps.
TrueArb generates arbitrary waveforms point-by-point. It never skips any point so that it can reconstruct all the details of the waveform, as defined. Two interpolation modes are available: linear and zero-order hold.
IQ Modulation (optional)
The SDG6000X supports popular modulation types such as ASK, FSK, PSK, and QAM. Proprietary resampling technology provides excellent EVM performance at arbitrary symbol rates between 250 Symb/s – 37.5 MSymb/s. Built-in digital quadrature modulator provides the possibility to generate IQ signals from baseband to 500 MHz intermediate frequency.
Preset common logic levels such as TTL, LVCMOS, LVPECL and LVDS. An added differential mode provides an easy way to generate differential signals using the both channels.