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M8196A Arbitrary Waveform Generator - User's Guide
New Arbitrary Waveform Generator with the highest combination of speed, bandwidth and channel density. 92 GSa/s sample rate supporting signals up to 64 GBaud on 4 channels in a 1-slot AXIe module - simultaneously.

User Manual 2019-05-08

M8195A Arbitrary Waveform Generator – User’s Guide
The M8195A is a 65 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator with the highest combination of speed, bandwidth and channel density. Flexible signal generation at up to 32 Gbaud. Clean and distorted signal to stress the device to the limits.

User Manual 2019-03-06

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M8190A Arbitrary Waveform Generator - User's Guide
The M8190A is a 12 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator. It combines excellent signal fidelity with highest sampling rates. It offers up to 2 GSa waveform memory per channel and three different high bandwidth output paths to ideally address applications.

User Manual 2017-10-01

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M8192A Synchronization Module for M8190A – User’s Guide
The M8192A synchronization module is used together with 2 to 6 M8190A modules to build a fully synchronous, phase coherent multi-channel generator system with up to 12 analog channels and 24 marker outputs.

User Manual 2017-06-01

M8190A Arbitrary Waveform Generator - Getting Started Guide
The M8190A ensures accuracy up to 80 dBc SFDR. High dynamic range and excellent vertical resolution gives you confidence that you are testing your device, not the signal source.

Quick Start Guide 2017-05-01

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M8197A Synchronization Module for M8195A – User’s Guide
The M8197A synchronization module for up to 4 M8195A arbitrary waveform generator modules enables a fully synchronous, phase coherent multi-channel generator system with up to 16 analog channels.

User Manual 2016-07-01

M8196A Arbitrary Waveform Generator - Getting Started Guide
The M8196A is a 65 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator with the highest combination of speed, bandwidth and channel density. Flexible signal generation at up to 32 Gbaud. Clean and distorted signal to stress the device to the limits.

User Manual 2016-05-01

81195A Optical Modulation Generator Software User Guide
This document describes how to install and use the 81195A Optical Modulation Generator Software.

User Manual 2016-02-23

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Fundamentals of Arbitrary Waveform Generation, AWG Primer - Reference Guide
This primer discusses characteristics and fundamentals of arbitrary waveform generation and the different implementations available in the market. It also shows examples how to generate digital, multi-level and PAM4 signals, wireless and modulated waveforms, multi-carrier as well as coherent optical signals.

Reference Guide 2015-06-01

M8195A Arbitrary Waveform Generator - User's Guide (old version for rev. 1 hardware)
The M8195A is a 65 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator with the highest combination of speed, bandwidth and channel density. Flexible signal generation at up to 32 Gbaud. Clean and distorted signal to stress the device to the limits.

User Manual 2015-05-01

M8195A Arbitrary Waveform Generator – Getting Started Guide
The M8195A is a 65 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator with the highest combination of speed, bandwidth and channel density. Flexible signal generation at up to 32 Gbaud. Clean and distorted signal to stress the device to the limits.

Quick Start Guide 2014-10-01

Understanding 802.11ad Physical Layer and Measurement Challenges Tutorial
View this 6-part recorded tutorial presented by Keysight experts for an overview of standards and market trends followed by an in-depth description of the physical-layer construction.

User Manual 2013-09-20

81199A Wideband Waveform Center - User's Guide
These specifications were chosen, principally because they are important emerging technologies, but also because the 81199A software, in conjunction with the high performance of the associated hardware platform, makes it, for the first time, possible to accurately generate and analyze such wideband signals.

User Manual 2013-05-01