- September 07, 2016
September 7, 2016 - Saelig has introduced the Siglent SDG1000X Series of Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators which output sine, square, ramp, and pulse waveforms to 60MHz with a 14-bit sampling rate of 150MSa/s at up to +/-20V. The SDG1000X generators feature Siglent's EasyPulse technology for low jitter and rising and falling edges that are frequency-independent e at low duty cycle settings.
The two SDG1000X signal generators - the 30MHz SDG1032X and the 60MHz SDG1062X - improve on the specifications of their predecessor SDG1000 series. With 0dBm output, the Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) is less than 0.075%, with harmonics and spurious less than -40 dBc throughout the entire bandwidth. The rise/fall times can be set independently to the minimum of 16.8 ns at any frequency and to the maximum of 22.4 s. The adjustment step is as small as 100 ps. Pulse widths can be fine-tuned to a minimum of 32.6 ns with adjustment steps as small as 100ps.
Multiple modulation functions are included in the SDG1000X series: AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, PWM, DSB-AM, linear/logarithmic sweep and burst. These instruments have a front-panel with a 4.3" TFT-LCD display, and the layout with its built-in help system simplifies their operation. USB host, USB device, and LAN (VXI-11) interfaces are provided, with GPIB available as a factory-fitted option.
The SDG1000X generators can be connected to any Siglent oscilloscope for waveform display or reproduction of measured signals. Multiple custom arbitrary waveforms can be created, configurable with the powerful arbitrary waveform editing software EasyWave supplied with the generator; up to 10 user waveforms can be saved in nonvolatile storage. Additionally, 46 built-in kinds of arbitrary waveforms are provided.
Applications include research and education, IC and circuit testing, environmental and medical signal simulation, etc. Housed in an attractive, rugged 11.7" x 10.2" x 4.2" case with built-in prop stand, SDG1032X/SDG1062X AWGs are available now at US$399/509 from Saelig Company Inc.