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Arbitrary Waveform Generator

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SANTA ROSA, Calif., Nov. 4, 2020 — Arbitrary Waveform GeneratorThe M8199A Arbitrary Waveform Generator (AWG) from Keysight Technologies Inc. features 256 GSa/s with a 65-GHz bandwidth.

The device provides research engineers with a high-performing signal source for arbitrary signals, enabling the development of designs that push beyond the current limitations. Whether testing the discrete components of an optical coherent transmission system or experimenting with terabit transmission for data centers, research engineers need high sample rate, bandwidth, precision, and flexibility to meet the challenges of these industry-leading applications. The M8199A AWG enables early research users to load waveforms, test pre-distortion algorithms, create stimuli for physics experiments, and generate radar pulses of high modulation bandwidth.

The M8199A 256 GSa/s AWG delivers twice the sampling rate of other devices, with at least 50% more analog bandwidth. As a result, research engineers can quickly develop advanced components for terabit transmission systems.
Nov 2020
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