Wavetek 295 Synthesized Arbitrary Waveform Generator

Wavetek 295 Synthesized Arbitrary Waveform Generator
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Wavetek 295 Synthesized Arbitrary Waveform Generator Wavetek 295 Synthesized Arbitrary Waveform Generator Wavetek 295 Synthesized Arbitrary Waveform Generator
Wavetek 295
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Features:
 

  • Up to 4 Independent Channels (1 standard)
  • 10 Standard Functions (sine to 20 Mhz, Square to 25 MHz)
  • Up to 50 MS/s Sampling with 12-Bit Vertical Resolution
  • Versatile Inter-channel Triggering, Summing and Phase Control
  • Frequency Sweep
  • Amplitude and Suppressed Carrier Modulation
  • Graphical User Interface
  • Front Panel Waveform Creation/Editing Tools
  • Floppy Disk Drive
  • GPIB and RS-232 Interfaces
  • Compatible with Waveform DSP2
  • SCPI Compatible




It's Easy to Create Any Waveform
 

Specifications:
 

  • Waveforms can be created, copied, edited, downloaded, and sequenced, all with a
  • clicks of the mouse
  • Modifying waveforms is a snap with tools such as Vertical Resize and Vertical Move
  • An internal memory of 60 kB is provided for storing the waveforms you create
    • You can create waveforms with mathematical precision by entering math expressions using the numerical keys on the front panel.
    • Waveforms with straight lines, as in pulse or digital applications, Line Draw allows you to use the mouse to draw the lines on an oscilloscope
    • Freehand Draw gives the flexibility of using the mouse to draw a waveform on the oscilloscope in much the same way as with a pencil on paper
    • Sum multiple channels to create complex waveforms
    • Create long, complex waveforms with linked sequence operation - up to 4 waveforms can be linked together
    • Standard Waveforms: Sine, square, triangle, pseudo-random noise, positive ramp, negative ramp, positive haversine, negative haversine, sin x/x and DC
    • Frequency Range
      • Sine: 1 mHz to 20 MHz
      • Square: 1 mHz to 25 MHz
      • Haversines: 1 mHz to 20 MHz
      • All Others: (25 pt. waveform) 1 mHz to 2 MHz
  • Waveform Quality
    • Square Transition Time: For ≤ 10 Vp-p: <9.0 ns; For > 10 Vp-p: <9.5 ns
    • Square Aberrations: < 5%
    • Sine Distortion: (Elliptic filter selected)
  • <100 kHz, ≤ 15 Vp-p: No harmonic > -55 dBc
    <100 kHz, ≤ 10 Vp-p: No harmonic > -60 dBc
    <5 MHz, ≤ 10 Vp-p: No harmonic > -45 dBc
    <5 MHz, > 10 Vp-p: No harmonic > -40 dBc
    <20 MHz, ≤ 10 Vp-p: No harmonic > -35 dBc
    <20 MHz, > 10 Vp-p: No harmonic > -28 dBc
  • Arbitrary Waveforms: Max. number of user defined waveforms: 450
    • Resolution: Horizontal: 32k points standard (128k/512k points optional), minimum waveform size 5 points; Vertical: 12 bits (4096 points)
  • Sampling Frequency
    • Range: 0.2 S/s to 50 MS/s
    • Resolution: 5 digits or 0.1 mHz
  • Clock Output (Each channel) Range: 0.2 Hz to 100 MHz
  • Amplitude Range: 0 to 15 Vp-p into 50 ohms; 0 to 30 Vp-p into > 10 kohm
  • Offset Range: ±7.5 Vdc into 50 ohm, ±15 Vdc into > 10 kohm
  • Filters (user selectable): 20 MHz 4 pole Bessel; 20 Mhz 7 pole, 6 zero Elliptic
  • Operation Modes: Continuous; Triggered; Gated; Frequency Sweep; Trigger (Burst) Count
  • Sequence Operation
    • Number of Waveform Segments (per channel): 2 to 4
    • Segment Loop Count: 0 to 1,048,576
  • Frequency Sweep
  • Sweep Time: 30 ms to 1000 sec (12 frequency points at 30 ms)
  • Sweep Modes: Continuous up or down, Continuous up/down, Triggered up or down,
  • Triggered up/down, Triggered Sweep & Hold and Triggered Sweep & Hold with Reverse
    • Sweep Spacing: Linear or Log
    • Sweep Count: 1 to 1,000,000
  • Multichannel Phase Relationships
    • Phase Resolution:
    • User Waveforms: 360 degrees/Waveform points
    • Standard Waveforms: 0.1 degrees
  • Front Panel Waveform Creation
    • Modes: Freehand, line draw, line list and insert math expressions
    • Math Functions: Line, sine, triangle, pulse, tangent, logarithmic, random and block
    • Editing Tools: Copy and insert, vertical offset, vertical re-size, delete, mirror and zoom




Options:
 

  • Option 001: Additional 50 MHz Arb Channel with 32k memory
  • Option 001-EM: Additional 50 MHz Arb Channel with 128k memory
  • Option 001-EM512: Additional 50 MHz Arb Channel with 512k memory