TRIO Test & Measurement Solutions has announced the new Wonder Wave Series arbitrary waveform generators from Tabor.
These generators combine the capabilities of digital conversion and control with the signal integrity of synthesised analogue generators.
Sample clock rates from 50MS/s to 1.2GS/s give wide output frequency ranges from 1µHz up to 400MHz, depending on model, making these instruments ideal for many applications in electro-mechanical simulation, communications, and audio and video simulation.
Importantly high vertical resolution of 12, 14 or even 16 bits means the Wonder Wave generators are the instrument of choice for narrow-band modulation and creation of complex waveforms with small details superimposed on large signals, such as noise simulation.
Remote operation and connectivity are further enhanced by the use of Ethernet and USB 2.0 control interfaces as standard features, as well as the traditional GPIB interface. These new interfaces allow very fast download of large waveforms.
The Wonder Wave Series carries on the Tabor tradition of flexible waveform and memory segmentation and sequencing, which allows the user to get optimal use of the memory in each instrument when building up long and complex signals, in addition to a complete range of standard waveforms such as sine, square, pulse etc.
ArbConnection software, included with each generator, is an enhanced package to generate waveforms on a PC and download to the Wonder Wave generator.
Wonder Wave will give R&D engineers and production personnel the high-speed capabilities and ease of control features they need.
Both single and dual channel models are available. Multiple generators can be synchronised to provide multiple phase shifted signals as found in electromechanical applications such as automotive.