Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Affordable High Performance Waveform Generators

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Equipped with a 7-bit frequency counter and 10 basic waveform options, it offers versatility for testing and measurement.

Uni-Trend Technology has launched its new UTG2000X Series, designed to provide a wide array of features and specifications at cost-effective prices. This series is notable for its arbitrary waveform length, which ranges from 8Kpts to 64Mpts, enabling low jitter waveform output on a point-by-point basis. Additionally, the UTG2000X Series includes 200 built-in arbitrary waveforms, offering a substantial selection for various applications. 

The series is also equipped with a 7-bit frequency counter, enhancing its measurement capabilities. Users will find 10 basic waveform options, including sine, square, pulse, ramp, arbitrary, harmonic, PRBS (pseudorandom binary sequence), noise, DC, and expression waveforms, making it a versatile tool for different testing and measurement needs. This combination of advanced features and affordability makes the UTG2000X Series an attractive option for professionals in the field.

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The key specifications include:

  • 4.3-inch TFT LCD capacitive touch screen
  • Available in 60MHz, 80MHz, and 120MHz
  • Square wave outputs at 30MHz, 40MHz, and 50MHz
  • Pulse wave outputs at 30MHz, 40MHz, and 50MHz
  • Two channels
  • Sampling rate: 625MSa/sec (1.25GSa/sec X2)
  • 16-bit vertical resolution

They offer wide modulation output options including AM, FM, PM, DSB-AM, ASK, FSK, PSK, BFSK, 4FSK, QPSK, QAM, OSK, SUM, and PWM. Connectivity options encompass USB host, device, and LAN, with support for SCPI commands. The models also come with waveform editor software.

These models feature 30MHz, 40MHz, and 50MHz square wave and pulse responses with minimal jitter. With a sampling rate of 625MSa/sec and a maximum arbitrary waveform length of 64Mpts, the wide modulation modes make these models an excellent addition to any selection cart. Wide connectivity options include USB host, device, and LAN, along with support for SCPI commands for remote control operations. These new models meet the demands of engineers working in embedded systems, IoT, power supply, industrial control and automation, ATE bench integration, academia, and other research applications.

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Akanksha Gaur
Akanksha Gaur
Akanksha Sondhi Gaur is a journalist at EFY. She has a German patent and brings a robust blend of 7 years of industrial & academic prowess to the table. Passionate about electronics, she has penned numerous research papers showcasing her expertise and keen insight.


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