|Wavetek 178 Generator|
|Description||Programmable Waveform Synthesizer|
• 1 μΗz to 50 MHz Frequency Range • Synthesized 8 Digit Accuracy • Trigger, Gate, Burst, Lin/Log Sweep • 20 Volts Peak-to-Peak Output into 50Ω • Sine, Triangle, Square, Ramps, and DC • Optional MATE Interface High Performance Generator Model 178 Waveform Synthesizer, a bench top or ATE programmable instrument, combines the precision of an 8 digit, 50 MHz synthesizer with the versatility of a function and sweep generator. In addition to sine and square wave to 50 MHz, Model 178 includes the useful triangle, ramps and haverwaves. I nnovative design gives synthesized triggering, gating, frequency sweep, burst counts and combinations of these modes for application flexibility. The output drives your 50Ω load to a full 20 volts peak-to-peak. The microprocessor design lets you program the level in convenient terms of Vrms, Vp-p or dBm. Careful software design has resulted in a flexible, easy to program format. You may implement a change of only one instruction or completely change all settings in a few milliseconds. Additional features include amplitude and phase modulation, stored settings, variable waveform phase and programmable frequency markers. Main Generator Fifty megahertz synthesized performance to 8 digit resolution places your output precisely where you want it—and with a spectrally pure and accurate signal. Stimulus diversity includes the function generator waveforms of sine and square waves (less than 8 ns rise/fall) to 50 MHz, triangles to 500 kHz and ramps to 20 kHz. Useful haverwaves, based on sine or triangle waveforms, extend precision performance to include low frequency medical and mechanical stimulations. Sweep Generator Choose from linear or true log frequency sweeps, up or down and at virtually any sweep times. The sweeper may be operated by itself or combined with the main generator to provide continuous, triggered, gated, hold at start or stop, and even burst counted sweeps. Ten preset markers, available one at a time, flag critical sweep frequencies and provide start or stop triggers. Sweep is synthesized at all frequencies and remains phase continuous even if the sweep is interrupted with a hold and later resumed.
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|Wavetek -- 178 -- Datasheet|
|Size||405.81 Kbytes (415548 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||16 November 2014|
|Downloads||170 since 16 November 2014|
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