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TTi TG1010A - Generátor funkcií 10MHz

TTi TG1010A - Generátor funkcií 10MHz

TG1010A - 10MHz DDS Function Generator

  10MHz D.D.S. function with arbitrary
  0.1mHz to 10MHz range, 7 digit resolution.
  Direct Digital Synthesis: high stability & resolution
  Eight standard waveforms, plus "complex" waveforms, true arbitrary waveforms and noise.
  Powerful modulation modes including Sweep, AM, Gating, Trigger/Burst, FSK and Hop.
  Variable symmetry, variable start/stop phase.
  Programmable via RS-232 or optional GPIB interfaces.

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A DDS generator at a non-DDS price
The TG1010 breaks new ground by offering a DDS function generator at a similar price to that of a conventional generator of comparable functionality. It can generate a wide variety of waveforms between 0.1mHz and 10MHz with a resolution of 7 digits and an accuracy better than 10ppm.

Direct digital synthesis for accuracy & stability

Direct digital synthesis (DDS) is a technique for generating waveforms digitally using a phase accumulator, a look-up table and a DAC. The accuracy and stability of the resulting waveforms is related to that of the crystal master clock.
The DDS generator offers not only exceptional accuracy and stability but also high spectral purity, low phase noise and excellent frequency agility.

A wide range of waveforms

The TG1010 generates high quality sine, square and pulse waveforms over the full frequency range of 0.1mHz to 10MHz. Triangle waveforms, ramp waveforms and multi-level squarewaves can also be generated subject to some limitations in the maximum useable frequencies. Variable symmetry/duty-cycle is available for all waveforms.

Arbitrary waveform capability

Arbitrary waveforms can be loaded via the digital interfaces and then used in a similar way to the standard waveforms.
Up to five arbitrary waveforms of 1024 10-bit words can be stored in non-volatile memory. The waveform clock is 27.48MHz maximum.
This facility considerably expands the versatility of the TG1010 making it suitable for the generation of highly complex waveform patterns.
In addition, the TG1010 offers numerous �complex� waveforms pre-defined in ROM. These include commonly used waveshapes such as sine x/x, decaying sinewave, exponential rise and fall etc.

Locked generators

The signals from the Clock In/Out socket and the Sync Out socket can be used to phase lock two or more generators.
This can be used to generate multi-phase waveforms or locked waveforms of different frequencies.

Fully programmable
Addressable RS-232 standard, GPIB optional
The TG1010 has an RS-232 interface as standard which can be used for remote control of all of the instrument functions or for the down-loading of arbitrary waveforms.
As well as operating as a conventional RS-232 interface, it can also be used in addressable mode whereby up to 32 instruments can be linked to one PC serial port as part of a TTi �ARC� system.
Alternatively, a GPIB interface conforming to IEEE-488.2 is available as an option.

Powerful modulation modes:
All waveforms can be swept over their full frequency range at a rate variable between 10 milliseconds and 15 minutes. The sweep is fully phase continuous. Sweep can be linear or logarithmic, single or continuous. Single sweeps can be triggered from the front panel, the trigger input, or the digital interfaces.
Two sweep markers are provided which are adjustable whilst sweep is running. The markers can provide a visual indication of frequency points on a �scope or chart recorder.


Amplitude Modulation is available for all waveforms and is variable in 1% steps up to 100%. An internal AM source is incorporated. Alternatively modulation can be controlled from an external generator.

Frequency Shift Keying provides phase coherent switching between two selected frequencies at a rate defined by the switching signal source. The rate can be set from dc to 50kHz internally, or dc to 1MHz externally.

All waveforms are available as a triggered burst whereby each positive edge of the Trigger signal will produce one burst of the carrier, starting and stopping at the phase angle specified by the start-stop phase setting. The number of cycles in the burst can be set between 0.5 and 1023.


The Gated mode turns the output signal On when the gating signal is high and Off when it is low. Both Triggered and Gated modes can be operated from the internal Trigger Generator (0.005Hz to 50kHz) or from an external source (dc to 1MHz).

Waveform hop

The generator can be set up to �hop� between a number of different waveform set-ups either at a pre-determined rate or in response to a manual or bus trigger. Up to 16 different hop waveforms can be defined in terms of frequency, amplitude, function, offset and duration, which is variable in 1ms steps up to 60 seconds.

Noise generation
The TG1010 can be set to simulate wide band random noise with adjustable amplitude and offset.

Easy and convenient to use
The TG1010 is particularly easy to use. All of the main information is clearly displayed on a backlit LCD with 4 rows of 20 characters. Sub menus are used for the modulation modes and other complex functions.
All parameters can be entered directly from the numeric keypad. Alternatively most parameters can be incremented or decremented using the rotary encoder.
This system combines quick and easy numeric data entry with quasi-analogue adjustment when required.

All waveforms are available up to 10MHz. However, the purity of triangle, ramp, and multi-level squarewave waveforms is not specified above the frequencies indicated in the following section.
Range0.1mHz to 10MHz
Resolution7 digits or 0.1mHZ
AccuracyTypically <±10ppm for 1 year, 18°C to 28°C
Tempco.Typically <1ppm/oC outside of 18°C to 28°C
Distortion<0.3% to 500kHz, -60dBc to 20kHz, <-50dBc to 1MHz, <-35dBc to 10MHz (typically -40dBc)
SpuriiNon harmonically related spurii typically <-65dBc to 1MHz, <-65dBc +6dB/Octave above 1MHz
Rise & Fall Times<22ns
Linearity error:<0.5% to 30kHz
Positive and Negative Ramp
Linearity error:<0.5% to 30kHz
Positive and Negative Pulse
Rise & Fall Times:<22ns
Multi-Level Squarewave
Up to 16 steps available per cycle, each step selectable for amplitude (10 bit resolution) and duration (1 to 1024 samples). Above 27kHz a 36ns edge uncertainty is introduced.
Rise & Fall Times:<22ns
Arbitrary (and Complex)
A number of “complex” waveforms are preprogrammed in ROM . A further 5, user defined, waveforms may be loaded via the digital interfaces and stored in non-volatile RAM.
Frequency range:All waveform points can be continuously output up to 27kHz, beyond which they are sampled
No. of Samples:1024 10 bit samples
Wideband white noise with variable amplitude and offset. Typical 3dB bandwidth 0.03Hz to 700kHz.
Range:Sine,Triangle, Ramp - 1% to 99% at all frequencies; Other waveforms - 1% to 99% to 30kHz, 20% to 80% to 10MHz
Output Impedance:50Ω or 600Ω switchable
Amplitude:5mV to 20V pk-pk open circuit (2.5mV to 10V into 50Ω/600Ω).
Output can be specified as V-HiZ (open circuit value) or V (potential difference) in pk-pk, RMS or dBm. Note that in positive or negative Pulse modes the amplitude
range is 2.5mV to 10V pk-pk O/C.
Accuracy:±3% ±1mV at 1kHz into 50Ω/600Ω
Flatness:±0.2dB to 500kHz; ±1dB to 10MHz
Pulse Aberrations:<5% + 2mV
DC Offset:±10V from 50Ω/600Ω. DC offset plus signal peak limited to ±10V from 50Ω/600Ω
Resolution:3 digits for both amplitude and offset
Phase coherent signal keying - each positive edge of the Trigger signal will produce one burst of the carrier, starting and stopping at the phase angle specified by the Start/Stop phase setting.
Carrier frequency:0.1mHz to 10MHz
Carrier waveforms:1 to 1023 (resolution 1 cycle) or 0.5 to 511.5 (resolution ½ cycle)
Trigger rep. rate:dc to 50kHz internal,
dc to 1MHz external
Source:Internal from keyboard or trigger generator. External from EXT TRIG input or remote interface
Non phase-coherent signal keying - output is On while Gate signal is high and Off while low.
Carrier frequency:From 0.1mHz to 10MHz
Carrier waveforms:All
Trigger rep. rate:dc to 50kHz internal
dc to 1MHz external
Gate source:Internal from keyboard or trigger generator. External from EXT TRIG input or remote interface
Carrier waveforms:All
Sweep Mode:Linear or logarithmic, single or continuous
Sweep Width:0.1mHz to 10MHz. Phase continuous. Independent setting of the start and stop frequency.
Sweep Time:10ms to 999s (3 digit resolution)
Markers:Two markers variable during sweep. Available at the TRIG/SWEEP OUT socket
Sweep Trigger source:The sweep may be free run or triggered from: keyboard, EXT TRIG input, remote interface
Amplitude Modulation
Carrier frequency:0.1mHz to 10MHz
Carrier waveforms:All
Depth:0 to 100% typical, resolution 1%.
Internal source:1kHz fixed sinewave or 0.005Hz to 50kHz square wave
External:See “VCA In” section
Frequency Shift Keying (FSK)
Phase coherent switching between two frequencies at a rate defined by the switching signal source.
Carrier frequency:0.1mHz to 10MHz
Carrier waveforms:All
Switch repetition rate:dc to 50kHz internal,
dc to 1MHz external
Switching signal source:Internal from keyboard or trigger generator. External from EXT TRIG input or remote interface
Up to 16 different “hop” waveforms can be defined in terms of function, frequency, amplitude, offset and duration. Duration setable per step 1ms to 60s.
Start/Stop Phase
Carrier frequency:0.1mHz to 10MHz
Carrier waveforms:All
Range:-360 to +360 degrees
Resolution:1 degree
Accuracy:1 degree up to 20kHz
Trigger Generator
Internal source 0.005Hz to 50kHz squarewave adjustable in 20us steps. 3 digit resolution. Available for external use from TRIG/SWEEP OUT socket
CMOS/TTL levels with symmetry and frequency of main output and phase of Start-Stop phase setting.
Multi-function output depending upon mode. Except in Sweep mode, the output is that of the Trigger Generator at CMOS/TTL levels from 1kΩ.
In Sweep mode the output is a 3-level waveform, changing from high (+4V) to low (0V) at the start of sweep, with narrow 1V pulses at each marker point.
Ext Trig
Frequency Range:DC to 1MHz
Signal Range:TTL (1.5V) threshold; maximum input ±10V
Min. Pulse Width:50ns
Frequency Range:DC - 100kHz
Signal Range:2.5V for 100% level change at maximum output
Input Impedance:Typically 6kΩ
Clock In/OutTTL/CMOS threshold levels; output impedance typically 50Ω as an output
Sync OutTTL/CMOS logic levels from typically 50Ω
The signals from these sockets are used to phase lock two or more generators.
Full remote control facilities are available through the RS232 (standard) or optional GPIB interfaces.
RS232:Variable Baud rate, 9600 Baud maximum. 9-pin D-connector. Fully compatible with Thurlby- Thandar ARC (Addressable RS232 Chain) system
GPIB (IEEE-488):Conforming with IEEE488.1 and IEEE488.2
Display:20 character x 4 row alphanumeric LCD
Data Entry:Keyboard selection of mode, waveform etc.; value entry direct by numeric keys or by rotary control.
Stored Settings:Up to 9 complete instrument set-ups may be stored in battery-backed memory.
Size:3U (130mm) height; half-rack (212mm) width, 330mm long
Weight:4.1kg (9lb)
Power:100V, 110-120V or 220-240V ±10% 50/60Hz, adjustable internally. 40VA max. Installation Category II.
Operating Range:+5°C to 40°C, 20-80% RH
Storage Range:-20°C to +60°C
Environmental:Indoor use at altitudes up to 2000m, Pollution Degree 2
Safety:Complies with EN6010-1
EMC:Complies with EN61326
GPIB (IEEE-488) interface. 19 inch rack mounting kit. PC-based waveform creation and editing software - Waveform Manager Plus


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