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Agilent Adds Frequency Spectrum to Arbitrary Waveform Generator

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Agilent Technologies announced enhancements to its high-resolution, wide-bandwidth M8190A arbitrary waveform generator. The enhancements give engineers greater flexibility and make it possible for them to create signal scenarios using the 5- to 7-GHz spectrum.
 
The Agilent M8190A simultaneously delivers wide bandwidth and high resolution with up to 80 dBc of spurious-free dynamic range. Capabilities such as easy switching between 14-bit output at 8 GSa/s and 12-bit output at 12 GSa/s help engineers handle multiple applications and measurement requirements.
 
The unit contains three amplifiers that are optimized for different applications. The latest enhancements take the instrument s versatility one step further with support for various output formats, including NRZ (no return to zero), DNRZ (double no return to zero), RZ (return to zero) and doublet mode. 
 
For more information, visit Agilent Technologies.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
 

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