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    Digital Waveform Signal Generator, 0.1Hz~2MHz

    Affordable price digital waveform signal generator for sale, with a generating frequency range from 0.1Hz to 2MHz, available in AC input voltage 220V and 110V, output waveform of square wave or sine wave. This digital signal generator is a versatile electronic device used to produce various digital waveforms for testing, troubleshooting, and development purposes in electronics.
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    Digital waveform signal generators are commonly employed in laboratories, educational settings, and industries involved in electronics and communications. They offer the advantage of high accuracy, stability, and the ability to create complex waveforms. 


    • Model: ATO-TAG101D
    • Generating Frequency Range: 0.1Hz~2MHz, Continuously Adjustable
    • Input AC Voltage (Optional): 220V, 110V
    • Output Waveform (Optional): Square Wave, Sine wave
    • Output Attenuator: 0dB, 20dB, 40dB, 60dB
    • Output Level: 20VP-P when open circuit, not less than 10VP-P when loaded with 50Ω
    • Amplitude-Frequency Characteristics: Less Than ±0.3dB within 100KHz, Less Than ±1dB above 1MHz
    • Square Wave Front and Rear Edges: ≤35NS
    • Sine Wave Distortion: <1%
    • Working Temperature: -10℃~40℃, Relative Humidity <90%
    • Storage Temperature: -10℃~70℃, Relative Humidity <80%
    • Dimension: 270*225*90mm
    • Weight: 3kg


    Digital waveform signal generator detail

    Tips: How does a digital waveform signal generator work?

    A digital waveform signal generator is a device that produces electronic signals with various waveforms, frequencies, and amplitudes for testing and troubleshooting electronic circuits and systems. So how does it work?

    • Digital Control: The generator is typically controlled digitally, allowing precise adjustment of parameters such as frequency, amplitude, and waveform type.
    • Waveform Generation: The device uses digital signal processing (DSP) techniques to generate different types of waveforms, including sine, square, triangle, sawtooth, and more. DSP algorithms manipulate discrete numerical samples to create the desired waveform.
    • Frequency Synthesis: Digital frequency synthesis methods, often using direct digital synthesis (DDS) or phase-locked loop (PLL) techniques, enable precise control of the output frequency. The digital control ensures accuracy and stability.
    • Amplitude Control: The amplitude of the generated waveform is controlled digitally, allowing users to set specific voltage levels for testing purposes. This can include both peak-to-peak and RMS amplitudes.
    • Output Interface: The generated waveform is then converted from the digital domain to the analog domain using a digital-to-analog converter (DAC). The analog signal is then amplified to the desired level before being delivered to the output.
    • Modulation and Additional Features: Many digital waveform generators offer modulation capabilities, allowing the superimposition of additional variations on the carrier signal. This can include amplitude modulation (AM), frequency modulation (FM), or phase modulation (PM).

    In summary, a digital waveform signal generator leverages digital signal processing techniques to create precise and customizable electronic signals for testing and analyzing electronic systems and components.

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