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Generation of electrical, mechanical, data, electrical, vapor or gas states.

See Also: Waveform Generators, Frequency Generators, RF Generators

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  • Combination Wave/Surge Generators

    EM Test

    Surge pulses occur due to direct or indirect lightning strokes to an external (outdoor) circuit. This leads to currents or electromagnetic fields causing high voltage or current transients. Another source for surge pulses are switching transients originating from switching disturbances and systems faults.Due to the characteristic of the phenomenon nearly every electrical and electronical device may suffer from such lightning events which justifies the necessity of surge tests being widely performed. Surge voltage can reach several thousands of volts and surge current is seen to reach several thousands of amps.EM TEST offers a wide range of Combination Wave generators with different output voltage ranges for various test requirements:

  • Ozone Generators & Systems

    MKS Instruments

    MKS offers a wide range of ozone generators and modular delivery systems which produce ultra-pure, reliable ozone gas. In the clean semiconductor environment, Ozone reacts with a wide range of precursor gases resulting in the creation of Al2O3, ZrO2, HfO2, and La2O3 metal oxides to enable thin film deposition processes like Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) and Etch (ALE). MKS’ generator uses Grade 6 gas, enabling the creation of higher film density improving product yield. Photovoltaic and Display manufacturing leverage semiconductor best practices and utilize ozone to create enhanced thin film barriers, improving product performance and reliability.

  • Signal Sources & Generators

    Aplab Limited

    Combine with DDS and PLL Techniques1500MHz Maximum Frequency1 ppm High Accuracy, Less DistortionDual Independent OutputsAM, FM, FSK, PSK ModulationUser can set accurate pulse width, burst signal as numbersUSB Device, RS-232

  • WiFi Traffic Generators

    LANforge WiFIRE - Candela Technologies Inc.

    wireless traffic generator is an excellent choice for testing Access Points and other WiFinetworks. The CT520 uses a modified Wireless driver for WiFi NICs based on the Atheros chipset. It cansupport up to 32 Virtual Stations. Each of the Virtual Stations has its own IP address, IP port space, MACaddress and routing table. The Virtual Stations can be assigned to communicate to a particular AccessPoint, use a particular SSID, and have a WEP (64 or 128bit) or WPA/WPA2 key assigned. More advanced802.1X authentication is also included. There is a single WiFi radio per CT520 but multiple LANforgesystems can be clustered together for more realistic radio interference patterns and increased trafficgeneration capability. The radio supports 802.11 a, b, g or n mode. Transmit power andchannel/frequency is configured on a per-radio basis. Most other settings are configurable per virtualstation

  • Carrier to Noise Generators

    CNG Series - dBm

    The CNG-70/140 is a fully automated test instrument that sets and maintains a highly accurate ratio between a user-supplied carrier and internally generated White Guassian noise. The instrument operates over a wide range of power levels. The modular design provides one or two totally independent channels covering 50 to 180 MHz. The instrument utilizes dBm's proprietary microprocessor controlled attenuator with 0.015 dB resolution, so resolution uncertainty is less than 0.008 dB. Typical attenuator error is less than 0.02 dB over its entire frequency range and attenuation range.

  • Arbitrary / Function Generators

    AFG3000C Series - Tektronix, Inc.

    Today's designs are often complex, demanding a variety of stimulus signals during test. With 12 standard waveforms, arbitrary waveform capability, and signal impairment options, the AFG3000C Series Arbitrary / Function Generator supports a wide range of application needs with one instrument. Best-in-class performance ensures signals are accurately reproduced. A large display and 25 shortcut keys make the AFG3000C Series Arbitrary / Function Generator both easy to learn and easy to use.

  • Arbitrary / Function Generators

    Tektronix, Inc.

    Today's designs are often complex, demanding a variety of stimulus signals during test. With standard waveforms, arbitrary waveform capability and signal impairment options, a Tektronix Function Generator supports a wide range of application needs with one instrument. Best-in-class Function Generator performance from Tektronix AFGs ensures signals are accurately reproduced.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    Jiangnan Jndz Technology Co. Ltd.

    Arbitrary waveform generator is a piece of electronic test equipment used to generate electrical waveforms. These waveforms can be either repetitive or single-shot in which case some kind of triggering source is required.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    M531 - ETC

    The M531 is a single channel USB arbitrary waveform generator compatible with USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 interface. The generator has two outputs: both generate same waveform, but with different peak-peak voltage. The low level output has 50ohm output impedance and maximal peak-peak voltage of 9V. There is no external power supply required to enable low level output (it is powered from USB bus).

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    Digital Communication Technologies Ltd

    *Wide frequency range from 1uHz to 80/50MHz*High 200MSa/s sampling rate*16-bit Amplitude Resolution

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    PeakTech Prüf- und Messtechnik GmbH

    This newly developed and innovative digital storage oscilloscope offers cutting-edge technology and performance, and multi-functionality for different user groups from the electronics- service, development or industrial sector.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    AWG-8200 - Innovative Technical Systems

    The AWG-8200 is an agile waveform generator designed for linear frequency chirp, CW burst , and arbitrary waveform applications. It is based upon a modular programmable digital signal processing baseboard engine with an integrated 32-bit processor, high-performance FPGA, and two versatile daughtercard ports that can be clocked up to 1 GHz. Communication to the baseboard is provided by Ethernet and RS-232 ports for programming waveform and control parameters.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    Active Technologies

    Helps you to generate with confidence waveforms of almost any imaginable shape: complex signals like digital modulations, RF stimuli for functional and performance tests, radar simulation, optical communication and electronic warfare can be created through an easy to use interface.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    DN6.66xx Series - Spectrum Systementwicklung Microelectronic GmbH

    The DN6.66xx series adds eight new instruments (Table 1) to the company’s generatorNETBOX line of AWGs. LXI compliant, they are easily integrated into any test system by a simple Ethernet connection to a PC or local area network (LAN). Using state-of-the-art 16 bit digital to analog technology (DAC), the AWGs offer from 6 to 24 fully synchronous channels, output rates up to 1.25 GS/s, analog bandwidth as high as 400 MHz, large on-board memories (up to 1 GSample per channel) and generous output voltage ranges of up to ±5 V into high impedance and up to ±2.5 V into 50Ω. Importantly for most applications, all the output channels are clocked and triggered synchronously so they maintain a constant, inter-channel clock phase relationship. The clocking system uses a precision phase locked loop (PLL) control process that can be generated internally or, alternatively, from an external clock or reference. Time skew between the channels is also minimized with the maximum skew, between all channels, being less than 130 picoseconds.

  • Arbitrary Waveform Generators

    AWG - SHF Communication Technologies AG

    When it comes to signal generation an Arbitrary Waveform Generator (AWG) is the all-in-one device suitable for every purpose in Telecommunication, Optics, Medicine, Radar, Physics or even Quantum Computing.