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33502A Isolated Amplifier - 2 Channel, 50 Vpp

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How Have Function Generators Evolved? – White Paper
Function generators have come a long way since eight decades ago. Learn how the function generators evolved into versatile tools you use every day to provide reliable stimulus to test and characterize your devices.

Application Note 2018-09-18

Adding DC Offsets to a Function Generator’s Output - White Paper
A variety of applications require adding a DC offset to a function generator’s output. This paper shows several different ways to accomplish this task.

Application Note 2018-09-18

Using a Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator to Generate Pulses - White Paper
Function generators offer flexibility to create pulses from simple modified square waves to arbitrary waveforms.

Application Note 2018-09-17

Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) Generators versus Trueform Waveform Generators - Technical Overview
The incumbent technology used in most function generators is known as direct digital synthesis (DDS). Unfortunately, DDS has a number of problems that can cause unexpected and seemingly unexplainable problems in the lab. Trueform technology avoids many of these traps with its lower jitter and true representation of waveforms – no more approximations! Read more to learn about the differences between DDS and Trueform waveform generators and how those differences will affect your testing.

Technical Overview 2018-09-07

How to Easily Create an Arbitrary Waveform Without Programming - White Paper
This paper will let you explore two ways to create arbitrary waveforms for your function generator/waveform generator to playback without all the complex programming. This paper will also show you more advanced method of creating your arbitrary waveforms using the BenchVue Function Generator application software.

Application Note 2018-08-20

Basic Instruments Flyer - September - October 2018
This Basic Instruments flyer includes a promotion for a free scope probe.

Brochure 2018-08-01

5 Tips for Getting the Most out of Your Function Generator - eBook
Today’s function generators can do much more than their predecessors, but many engineers are not aware of these advanced capabilities. This eBook will introduce you to five advanced waveform capabilities that can help improve testing and save you time in the lab.

Article 2018-07-18

33502A 2-Channel 50 Vpp Isolated Amplifier - Data Sheet
33502A is a dual-channel, high voltage output amplifier. It has an isolated analog front end with up to 50 Vpp (±25 V) output voltage range.

Data Sheet 2017-12-07

33502A 2-Channel Isolated Amplifier Programmer's Reference Help
This Help file contains reference information to help you program the 33502A 2-Channel Amplifier over the remote interface using the SCPI programming language. Double-click on the file to extract the 33502A Programmer's Reference.

Help File 2016-02-24

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33500 & 33600 Series Waveform Generators 3D Model, STEP Format
This is a STEP format 3D Model of the 33500 & 33600 Series Waveform Generators.

Technical Overview 2015-10-15

Declaration of Conformity
Search Keysight Regulatory database for the most recent Declaration of Conformity statement for your product.

Reference Guide 2014-08-01

Transferring Arbitrary Waveform Data to the 33200A Family of Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators
This application note will review three methods of transferring arbitrary waveform data to 33200A Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators: front panel, Keysight IntuiLink Waveform Editor, and programming.

Application Note 2014-07-31

Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator Selection Guide

Selection Guide 2014-02-27

33502A 2-Channel Amplifier User's/Service Guide
This manual contains getting started, configuration, programming, performance verification procedures, and servicing information for the 33502A 2-Channel Amplifier.

User Manual 2009-10-01

Using Pulse-Width Modulation to Control Signals
The use of pulse-width modulation (PWM) has become an increasingly popular technique for controlling analog circuits with a digital signal.

Application Note 2008-10-30

Waveform capture, modification and playback using a function generator
Function generators are used to simulate real-world signals on a device.

Application Note 2008-10-30

10 Hints for Getting More from Your Function Generator (AN 1497)
The 10 hints in this application note will help you take advantage of the features of your function/arbitrary waveform generator so you can get your job done more easily.

Application Note 2008-07-16

Generating Narrow Pulses with a Function Generator
Testing basic digital signals, such as triggers, clock signals, and logic control, doesn't always require the performance of a dedicated pulse generator.

Application Note 2008-04-16

LAN Connection using Telnet
When communicating with a LAN instrument using TELNET, do the following...

Application Note 2005-06-29

Direct instrument connection using LAN
If connecting directly to an instrument using LAN (rather than through a server) there are some steps that can be taken to make the initial connection faster and get you up-and-running more quickly.

Application Note 2004-11-01

Creating Arbitrary Waveforms Using Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS)
Modern arbitrary waveform generators frequently use direct digital synthesis (DDS) for creating waveforms. This application note provides some guidance when using a DDS generator to output arbitrary waveforms.

Application Note 2004-05-07

Create a Variety of Frequency Sweeps, Including Stepped Sweep Using Frequency Modulation
Some applications require a variation of frequency sweep such as a stepped sweep. This application note covers how to create a variety of frequency sweeps using frequency modulation.

Application Note 2004-05-07

Create Music using Frequency Modulation
Each musical note has a different frequency associated with it. To play a specific piece of music, you play the different frequencies for a certain duration and in a certain sequence. By modulating a sine wave with an arbitrary...

Application Note 2004-03-22

How to capture, save, and reproduce arbitrary waveforms
This 6-page application note provides techniques for capturing, saving and reproducing current waveforms and profiles.

Application Note 2003-11-21