Farnell element14 presents Aim TTi TGF3000 Series Dual Channel Arbitrary Function Generators

18 APRIL 2018

160 MHz and 80MHz models offer class-leading performance and unrivalled value for money

Farnell element14, the Development Distributor, has added  Aim TTi TGF3000 series Dual Channel Arbitrary Function Generators to its instrumentation range.  The TGF3000 series is the latest arbitrary generator series from Aim-TTi offering class-leading performance and unrivalled value for money in 160 MHz and 80 MHz models.

The new TGF3000 series initially consists of two models, the TG3082 (dual channel, 80MHz, 14 bits / 400MS/s) and TG3162 (dual channel 160MHz, 16 bits / 800MS/s), two identical full performance channels that can operate as independent generators or in coupled or tracking modes. Precise channel to channel phase control with a resolution of 0.001o is provided. A wide range of built-in waveforms is included and custom arbitrary waveforms can be used at sample speeds up to 800MSa/s and replay rates up to 80MHz. PC based arbitrary waveform generation and editing software is provided. High resolution, low jitter pulses can be generated and the noise function provides wideband Gaussian noise at bandwidths up to 100MHz and crest factor of more than five.  An extensive array of modulations is provided using internal and external sources. Gated, burst and sweep modes can use internal or external trigger sources. Remote control via USB and LXI compliant LAN (standard) can be supplemented by optional GPIB if required.

Key features include:

  • Frequency up to 160MHz, 15 digits or 1μHz resolution
  • Wideband noise generator | high resolution pulse generator
  • Arbitrary waveforms up to 16bits at 800MSa/s
  • Comprehensive internal/external digital and analog modulations
  • Two identical channels with phase control, coupling and tracking
  • USB and LXI compliant LAN interfaces, plus optional GPIB interface

The TGF3000 series is available to buy from Farnell element14 in Europe and element14 in Asia Pacific.


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