HIGHLIGHTS

  • up to 70 GHz analog bandwidth
  • built-in frequency and phase response calibration for clean output signals
  • 6 effective number of bits (ENOB), DC to 50 GHz, Fs 100 GSa/s
  • intrinsic jitter at < 75 fs
  • continuous sample rate range at 100 to 128 GSa/s (four-channel), 200 to 256 GSa/s (two-channel)

 

Keysight’s M8199A arbitrary waveform generator (AWG) features four channels at 128 GSa/s or two channels at 256 GSa/s with up to 70 GHz nominal analog bandwidth.

This industry-leading AWG delivers twice the sample rate and 50 percent higher analog bandwidth than any solution on the market today.

As a high-performance arbitrary signal source, the M8199A enables the development of designs up to 140 Gbaud, including advanced components for terabit transmission systems.

KEY SPECIFICATIONS

Max. Sampling Rate
256 GSa/s
Bandwidth
65 GHz
DAC Resolution
8 bit
Type
High Speed AWG
Channels
2 or 4
Form Factor
2-slot AXIe
Max. Sampling Rate
Bandwidth
DAC Resolution
Type
Channels
Form Factor
256 GSa/s
65 GHz
8 bit
High Speed AWG
2 or 4
2-slot AXIe
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Amplitude:
1,660 mVpp diff max
Bandwidth:
65 GHz
Bandwidth:
65 GHz
Channels:
2 or 4
DAC Resolution:
8 bit
Effective Number of Bits (ENOB):
5.5 bits
Form Factor:
Modular
Form Factor:
2-slot AXIe
Frequency range:
>240 MHz
Intrinsic Jitter:
75 fs
Max. Sampling Rate:
256 GSa/s
Max Memory Depth:
512 ksa
Max Sample Rate:
256 GSa/s
Spur Free Dynamic Range:
-33 dBc
Type:
Arbitrary Waveform Generator
Type:
High Speed AWG
Typical Rise/Fall Time:
4.5 ps

Meet The new M8199A, Keysight's Fastest AWG

To create next-generation transmission technology, advanced research engineers require a new level of stimulus performance. Whether testing the discrete components of a coherent optical system or experimenting with terabit transmission, you need the highest speed, bandwidth, precision, and flexibility to meet the challenges of industry-leading applications. The unmatched capabilities of the M8199A enable you to take your designs to a new level.

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