Agilent 81133A Pulse Pattern Generator 3.35 GHz, 1 CH

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The Agilent 81133A single-channel 3.35 GHz Pulse Pattern Generator is the latest product in the long history of Agilent´s high-speed Pulse Pattern Generators. When timing and performance requirements are critical, for example in high-speed serial bus applications like PCI Express or Serial ATA, its fast rise times and low intrinsic jitter allow the precise and in-depth characterization of devices, e.g. receivers or backplanes. Like its predecessor, the Agilent 8133A, the new 81133A sets the standard for high-speed applications. The Agilent 81133A lets you test your DUT instead of the pulse or data source! For applications that require multiple output channels or multi-level signaling like pre- and de-emphasis (PCI Express) or squelch (Serial ATA), please refer to the 81134A.

The 81133A offers hardware-based PRBS and memory-based pattern generation. Basic test patterns for Infiniband, PCI-Express and Serial ATA can be defined. The deep 12 MBit pattern memory supports tests that require long data streams like disk drive tests. With the new PC-based Pattern Management Tool, it is now even easier to handle long patterns. The tool allows to generate, modify and store patterns on a Microsoft Windows based PC. In addition, it provides an easy-to-use function to quickly load the selected pattern to the 81133A via one of the remote control interfaces GPIB, LAN or USB. The Pattern Generator Tool (“Pattern Editor and Sequencer”) can be downloaded from the “Drivers, Firmware and Software” tab, by going through the “Technical Support” link on the right.
 

Features:



  • Frequency range from 15 MHz - 3.35 GHz
  • Single output channel
  • Low jitter
  • Fast rise times (20%-80%) < 60 ps
  • Delay modulation (jitter emulation)
  • Variable cross-over point (eye deformation)
  • LVDS applications can be addressed with output levels from 50 mV to 2 V
  • PRBS from 25-1 to 231-1
  • 12 MBit data pattern memory, RZ, NRZ, R1 modes
  • 8 kBit data Burst capability
  • Graphical User Interface
  • PC-based Pattern Management Tool
  • Remote control via GPIB, 10/100 MBit Ethernet and USB 2.0
  • SMA connectors for all inputs & outputs