Realistic Testing with Precision Arbitrary Waveform Generation
Keysight arbitrary waveform generators (AWGs) are the source of greater fidelity, delivering high resolution and wide bandwidth simultaneously. This unique combination, coupled with our flexible form factors, allows you to create signal scenarios that push your design to the limit and bring new insight to your analysis.
For your most challenging situations, the M8100 family provides high-performance AWG solutions with sample rates as high as 256 GSa/s on 4 channels simultaneously.
Get bits and bandwidth and enhance your reality.
Benefits of Arbitrary Waveform Generators
Testing an electrical/electronic device or system implies applying the right stimuli to the device under test (DUT) and analyzing the resulting behavior. In some cases, stimuli come from the real world but in most situations, a set of signals must be supplied by appropriate instrumentation. These sources can generate a broad variety of stimuli so that the operating range of the DUT may be established and validated.
Ideally, it is best to test each module early in the development process in the most realistic conditions possible. In some cases, this can be accomplished using “golden” devices that provide the right signals that may be well characterized but are often difficult to control. An AWG has the potential to generate any signal, thus providing the ultimate customer solution.
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