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The TTi TGF4000 series is the latest series of TTi arbitrary function generators. The series consists of four models. Each with two channels and a frequency bandwidth of 40MHz, 80MHz, 160MHz or 240 MHz. The frequency is adjustable with a resolution of 1µHz. The two identical programmable channels can function as independent generators or in an associated voltage and phase functionality.
A phase shift between the channels can be set between -360° and +360° with a resolution of 0.001°.
Beside the arbitrary waveforms (up to 16-bit at 800MS/sec) there is a wide range of built-in waveforms, including Sine, Square, Pulse, Noise, Harmonic waveforms and Pseudo-Random Bit Sequence waveforms. There are also analogue and digital modulation possibilities. There are gated, burst and sweep modes as well. These can be triggered both internally and externally. The TGF4000 series arbitrary function generators can be controlled via USB and LXI according to the LAN standard. If required, a GPIB interface is also available as an option.
Simple arbitrary waveforms can be created on the generator itself, but if you want to create particularly complex waveforms you can do so with the standard Waveform Manager Plus software. Waveforms can be created using mathematical descriptions, drawn by hand, a combination of existing waveforms from memory or even using imported waveforms.
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