DDS Arbitrary Function Generator/Counter

Toronto, Canada – GAO Tek Inc. has launched its DDS arbitrary function generator/counter for such applications as communication equipment and electronic components production.

This direct digital synthesis (DDS) arbitrary function generator and counter, model A0230002, has outstanding features including convenient data input via knob or numerical keyboard and remote SCPI compatible program-control via RS232, GPIB, and USB interfaces. It boasts high pulse duty ratio resolution of up to 0.001, high resolution and accuracy of digital FM and 0.1° phase adjustment resolution.

Using direct digital synthesis (DDS) and VFD (visible vacuum fluorescent) techniques, it creates stable and accurate output signals with a wide selection of low distortion standard and arbitrary waveforms. It provides standard or internal storage of 27 fixed waveforms and 8 to 16000 configurable memory points for arbitrary waveforms.

This direct digital synthesis (DDS) arbitrary function generator and counter also allows for the arbitrary setting of AM modulation from 1% to 120% and the setting of start and end frequency for frequency scan output. It implements continuous phase adjustment in trig mode. In addition, it can store and recall 10 groups of configurations.

This DDS arbitrary function generator/counter belongs to GAO’s family of Logic Analyzers and Generators. This line also includes Digital RF Millivoltmeter and Frequency Counter which is an essential instrument for workshop production and laboratory ultra-high frequency voltage measurements, Digital Function Generator and Radio Frequency Signal Generator. The line of products is generally used in designing, testing, troubleshooting, and repairing electronic or electro acoustic devices.

For sales inquiries please contact:

1-877 585-9555 ext. 601 – Toll Free (USA & Canada)

1-416 292-0038 ext. 601 – All Other Areas

sales@gaotek.com

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