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Analogic Corporation announces world's fastest, 4.8 Giga sample, arbitrary Waveform Generator. Analogic Corporation announces the extremely fast DBS2055, a 4.8 GigaSample/second Waveform Generator. Building on over thirty years of success in the design and manufacture of state-of-the-art test and measurement solutions, Analogic's DBS2055 represents a significant breakthrough in high-speed waveform synthesis. Utilizing proprietary calibration and compensation techniques, the DBS2055 shatters current performance benchmarks for both conventional benchtop and modular instruments of this type on such key specifications as signal rise/fall times less than 250ps, and AC and DC accuracy amplitude flatness. The DBS2055's wide bandwidth and multi-channel time skew result in unprecedented reproduction of broadband analogue waveforms over the most demanding operating conditions, both in the laboratory and on the production floor. The DBS2055 is ideal for applications that include characterisation and test of new and emerging "real" physical layer conditions found in magnetic storage systems, wired and wireless broadband networks, fibre networks and radar. Major highlights include: * Single channel sampling rates up to 4.8 GS/s * Amplitude flatness +/-0.5dB from DC to over 2 GHz * 8-bit resolution * Wide dynamic range: 60dB gain, 30dB offset (12-bit resolution) * Dual-channel synchronisation with zero time skew and 3.0 Ps RMS jitter typical * Signal rise/fall times less than 250 Ps * System network response compensation * Easy-to-use waveform development and analysis with direct instrument control (WaveSmith) * Application-specific tools, including real time HDD read channel modelling Non-Arbitrary Waveform Generator (NARB) __________________________________________________ For more details of this product... email our HelpDesk quoting Ref. shown below Ref: Scensys011 March 2002
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