In step sweep, the frequency and/or amplitude are stepped between two fixed points using up to 1000 steps which can have a fixed time period or a triggered interval. Sweeps can be linear or logarithmic, up or down.
In list sweep, frequency and amplitude points are defined within a table enabling any sweep pattern to be used. Dwell times are fully adjustable down to 10 ms. The signal generator is intended for CW signal applications and has no built-in modulations.
The TGR6000 covers a frequency range of 10 MHz to 6000 MHz at an output level of between -110 dBm and +7 dBm, adjustable in 0.1 dB steps. The frequency resolution is 10 Hz, and the internal timebase stability is better than one part in 106. An external reference can be used for higher accuracy.
Full digital remote control facilities are provided through the GPIB, RS232, USB, and LAN (Ethernet) interfaces.
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