Arbitrary function generators offer 16-bit resolution, come with a touch display

September 13, 2018 //By Julien Happich
Arbitrary function generators offer 16-bit resolution, come with a touch display
RIGOL Technologies' DG800 and DG900 Series of arbitrary function generators come standard with 16-bit resolution, an intuitive touch display, a silent fan-less design and new advanced signal generation capabilities.

The DG800 Series is aimed at educators, hobbyists, and engineers needing signal generation from 10-35MHz. With a starting price of just $279 the DG800 represents the most affordable 16Bit generator on the market, claims the company. The DG800 allows users to combine cycles of different waveform types to generate complex test sequences. Users can generate complex dual tone and harmonic signals useful for filter, noise, and RF Testing. In addition, integrated PBRS and RS232 generation make testing control and communications links easier than ever before.

The DG900 Series delivers all of the same powerful capabilities but with frequency ranges from 50MHz up to 100MHz. Starting at just $599 the DG900 targets embedded, and IoT engineers. Both instruments have a 4.3" TFT color display and can be controlled through an intuitive touch interface. Both instruments are powered by RIGOL's enhanced SiFi II point-to-point sampling technology which ensures high fidelity arbitrary generation with easy setup and adjustment. The DG800 has 6 Models (10MHz w/1ch or 2ch, 25MHz w/1ch or 2ch, and 35MHz w/1ch or 2ch) while the DG900 has 3 models (50MHz, 70MHz, or 100MHz) all with two output channels.

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