Arbitrary Waveform Generator
1 or 2 channels, potential-free
200 MS/s with 16 Bit resolution
Output voltage up to 30 V or ±15 V
Output current up to 30 mA or ±20 mA
Standards: PXI, PXIe, VXI


  • High-throughput production test
  • Simulation of sensors for testing control devices/controllers
  • Test of sensor interfaces with 0 … 20 mA or 4 … 20 mA
  • Current pulse generation for testing diodes or laser diodes
  • Generation of AC/noise signals (including DC offset) on other DC signals
  • In-circuit test


An arbitrary waveform generator (ArbGen) is an extended function generator (FGen/FuncGen) that can generate freely programmable signals in addition to standard waveforms such as sine, square, triangle or trapezoid. In general, the voltage/current as well as the frequency/duration of the output signal can be freely adjusted.
The arbitrary waveform generator can be used very flexibly and is therefore part of the basic equipment of every modern test system.


The arbitrary waveform generators of the PXA product family are analog signal generators. They can generate voltage or current curves as well as high DC voltages in 1 or 2 channels.
They are characterized particularly by all channels being potential-free and by the high sample rate in combination with a high amplitude resolution. This means that differential signals can be output precisely even at high voltage potentials.
A freely programmable digital marker signal is available on the front panel for synchronization of other measuring devices.

An essential advantage is the possibility to combine different function modules in one device, i. e. one digitizer and one arbitrary generator, due to the FlexCP Platform.
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