Arbitrary Waveform Generator B-332


Генератор сигналов произвольной формы В-332

Is designed to generate sinusoidal, rectangular, triangular, and arbitrary waveforms in wide amplitude and frequency ranges, by digitally generating them using the mathematical software of the generator and converting them to analog. Additionally, the generator provides operation in the modes of a precision 4-channel voltmeter.


Main technical specifications

Amplitude

- Number of output channels - 2

- Output impedance channels - 50 ohms

- Output voltage ranges of the generated signals:

    1 - ± 2 V (± 1 V) when operating at a load of 1 kΩ (50 Ω)

    2 - ± 8 V (± 4 V) when operating at a load of 1 kΩ (50 Ω)

- DAC resolution - 14 bits

- Voltage resolution:

    range ± 2 V - 0.25 mV

    range ± 8 V - 1 mV

- The main absolute error in the formation of the generator voltage of direct current,

   V: ± (0.001 + 0.0005 * Unom) (Unom is the nominal value of the output voltage, V).

- The main relative error of formation of the amplitude of the sinusoidal signal in the amplitude range from 0.15 V to 4 V:

    ± 1.0% in the frequency range from 0.1 Hz to 1 MHz

    ± 2.5% in the frequency range from 1 MHz to 10 MHz.

     (when working on a load of 50 ohms)

- The main relative error in the formation of the amplitude of rectangular and triangular waveforms from 0.1 V to 4 V is ± 2% in the frequency range from 0.1 Hz to 1 MHz. (when working on a load of 50 ohms)

- Digit capacity of the built-in 4 channel ATsP - 16 bits

    Input voltage range ± 9 V

    Main absolute error of measuring DC voltage, V:

      (0.0005 + 0.0005 * Unom) (Unom - nominal value of the measured voltage, V)

    The main absolute error in measuring the effective value of an alternating voltage, V: ± (0.0005 + 0.0015 * Unom)

      (Unom - nominal value of the measured voltage, V)

    Frequency range 20 Hz ... 50 kHz


Frequency-time

- Signal sampling frequency: 0.25 Hz ... 100 MHz

- Minimum rise / fall time for a rectangular signal:

    for 2 V differential (range 1) - 6 ns

    for 6 V differential (range 2) - 9 ns

- 4 built-in analog filters

- Signal frequency ranges:

    sinusoidal and triangular shape - 0.1 Hz ... 10 MHz

    rectangular shape - 0.1 Hz ... 50 MHz

- Min. frequency tuning step - 0.1 Hz

- The main relative error of setting the frequency of sinusoidal, triangular and rectangular signals - ± 0,002% over the entire frequency range

- Frequency swing of standard and arbitrary waveforms in the frequency range - 0.1 Hz ... 10 MHz

- Arbitrary swing bandwidth, including zero deviation

- Amplitude modulation (AM):

    carrier frequency range - 10 Hz ... 10 MHz

    modulating frequency range - 0.1 Hz ... 1 MHz,

    modulation factor - 0 ... 100%

    step - no more than 1%

- Frequency modulation (FM)

    carrier frequency range - 10 Hz ... 10 MHz

    modulating frequency range - 0.1 Hz ... 1 MHz

    frequency deviation - 0.1 Hz ... 6.25 MHz

- Pulse-packet modulation (including the synchronization input)

- Buffer memory capacity - 128 kw / channel


Synchronization

- Generation modes:

    single

    continuous

- Launch Modes:

    internal (single or continuous)

    external (single or continuous)

- Formation of the output clock (positive polarity, TTL)

- Temporary uncertainty of external triggering - 10 ns


Other

- Interfaces with computer:

    printer port, ECP / EPP protocols

    serial port RS-232

    USB 2.0 High speed (support USB 1.1)

- Power supply - 220 V / 50 Hz

- Consumption - 12 W

- Dimensions: 200x300x60 mm

- Weight: 1.6 kg


Key software features

- The software is implemented for Windows XP / 7/8 operating systems

- Automatic calibration and adjustment of the amplitude of the signal depending on the load

- External calibration from built-in ADC

- Additional features: 4-channel digital voltmeter

- Formation and quick change of the basic parameters of the following standard signals:

    DC voltage

    sinusoidal

    triangular (including sawtooth) shape

    rectangular shape

    exponential form

    sin (x) / x

    pseudo random noise

- Ways to generate signals:

    by setting the basic parameters of one of the standard signals

    analytically, using mathematical formulas and a library of functions

    graphically, by drawing on the computer screen with a mouse

    reading previously formed / stored signals from memory (including those recorded by a digital oscilloscope, specified in ASCII code, etc.)

    by choosing an arbitrary combination of signals given by any of the above methods

- Convenient, intelligently rich user interface

- Imitation on the screen of the real generated signal taking into account the resistance of the connected load, the sampling rate, the presence of filters

- Possibility of cursor measurements of a simulated signal

- File functions provide the creation, opening, saving, copying and printing of data, comments.


The composition of the software

- Agent Signal Generator Program

- Driver for Windows XP / 7/8

- Documentation and library of additional functions on the driver for using the B-332 as an embedded device

- Examples of using drivers for MS Visual C ++, Delphi 4.0, Labview