Single-ended signs are referenced to a frequent degree, such as floor, they can talk about with different signs, therefore a single-ended signal requires just a single route or cable. Differential signals comprise of a set of paths which are equally committed to one sign at any particular time. 1 route is utilized in a higher potential than another. Differential signals do include complexity, because they need two cables instead of just a single, however they supply a range of performance benefits over single-ended signs. These benefits make telltale signs common in software like ADC inputs, instrumentation amplifiers, measurement detectors (such as accelerometers), and communicating signals. When engineers design and test devices which use differential signals, mimicking the differential signals for testing could be challenging. These battles are a result of the simple fact that the majority of function/Signal Generators have single-ended outputs; tools that may create homogeneous signals have a tendency to be rather costly. In this article I will describe two methods to make a very low price differential signal: having a High quality Signal Generator with a few custom hardware and utilizing a 2-channel FAWG.