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Arbitrary Waveform Generator from TEGAM

Arbitrary Waveform Generator from TEGAM
June 27, 2007

TEGAM Inc., Geneva, OH, offers its Model 2732 function/arbitrary waveform generator that has dual independent channels capable of sourcing waves up to 50 MHz and is capable of storing 4 million points of 14-bit waveform data/channel. The device can simulate I/Q test signals; simulates high-resolution nonperiodic waves, such as sonar, radar, seismic, or electrical arcs; reproduces quadrature sensor signals from positional indicators and encoders; can set internal relative phase between channels from 0.0°–360.0°; and can synchronize a secondary wave at any point within the primary waves sequence. You can create arbitrary wave data using the front panel and built-in functions.


CompanyTEGAM Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)

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