The TOE 7761 arbitrary function generator uses the direct digital synthesis (DDS) technique to create sine waves of high quality and accuracy.
Square waveforms are provided with fast rise and fall times.
The sampling rate of up to 80 MS/s can be controlled by an external clock.
Arbitrary signals can have up to 1 000 000 sampling points with a resolution of 14 bits, thus allowing a very good simulation of natural signals.
A wide range of integral standard waveforms, such as sine, triangle, square, ramp, etc., simplifies the creation of new arbitrary waveforms.
The output amplitude can be set to a maximum of 20 Vpp (10 Vpp into 50 Ω) with offsets of up to ±10 V (±5 V into 50 Ω ).
Various triggered modes with an internal or external trigger source allow generation of an exact number of userdefined cycles.
Various modulation and sweep options round off the instrument functions.
A 10 MHz external clock reference lets you synchronize the unit for precise phase adjustment.
Operation is easy and convenient with the graphic LCD and a multifunction spinwheel.
All functions can be configured with just a few inputs. It is additionally possible to save up to 50 instrument configurations in a non-volatile memory