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    Chauvin Arnoux GX320 Generator - 0.001 to 20MHz
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    Siglent SDG2082X Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator - 80MHz All Siglent Products
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    Siglent SDG2082X Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator - 80MHz
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    Siglent SDG2122X Waveform Generator - 120MHz, 2 Channels
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    Siglent SDG6000X Dual-channel Pulse / Arbitrary Waveform Generator
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    • TrueArb & EasyPulse technology
    • 200MHz / 350MHz / 500MHz bandwidth options available 
    • High-performance with 2.4 GSa/s sampling rate

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About Function Generators

A function generator is a type of frequency generator suitable for the development, test and repair of electronic test equipment.  For example an electrical test engineer could use one to introduce an error signal into a control loop.  Because you can change parameters such as amplitude and frequency, you can easily isolate the generated signal from those already present in the system.

A function signal generator can take the form of computer-based software or one of our range of purpose-built function generators designed to generate various types of electrical waveform over a wide range of frequencies.  The most common waveforms produced are sine, triangular, saw tooth and square shapes and most models will allow you to set this as repetitive or single shot.

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