TFG6900A Series

10MHz/20MHz/30MHz/40MHz/60MHz Arbitrary Waveform Generator


TFG6900A Series arbitrary waveform generator is a high cost-effective instrument in your everyday measuring work, with two channels outputs, max frequency range 60MHz, and multi-function. It can make more accurate waveform to meet the laboratory requirement and easily operated.


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* Dual channel outputs

* 50ppm frequency accuracy and 1μHz resolution

* 5 standard waveforms, 50 built-in and 5 user-defined arbitrary waveforms

* Abundant modulation function FM, AM, PM, PWM, Sum, FSK, BPSK

* Channel coupling and combine features on CHB

* 6 digits/s, 350MHz Build in frequency counter

* Standard interface: USB Host & Device,RS-232

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RangeSine1μHz ~ 10MHz1μHz ~ 20MHz1μHz ~ 30MHz1μHz ~ 40MHz1μHz ~ 60MHz
Square, Pulse1μHz ~ 10MHz
others1μHz ~ 5MHz
TypeSine, Square, Ramp, Pulse, Noise,
50 built-in waveforms + 5 user-defined waveforms
Length4096 points
Sample Rate120MSa/s150MSa/s
Vertical Resolution14 bits(CHA); 10 bits(CHB)
Amplitude Characteristics
RangeFrequency≤20MHz0.1mVpp to 10Vpp(50Ω)  0.2mVpp to 20Vpp(Open circuit)
Frequency>20MHz0.1mVpp to 7.5Vpp(50Ω)  0.2mVpp to 15Vpp(Open circuit)
Resolution1mVpp (Amplitude≥1Vpp, load 50Ω)
0.1mVpp(Amplitude<1Vpp, load 50Ω)
2mVpp (Amplitude≥2Vpp, open circuit)
0.2mVpp(Amplitude<2Vpp, open circuit)
Accuracy±(1% of setting+1mVpp)(1kHz Sine, 0V offset, auto range)
Offset Characteristics
Range±5Vdc (50Ω), ±10Vdc (open circuit)
Accuracy±(1% of setting+1mVdc)
Modulation Characteristics (CHA)
FM,AM,PM,PWM,SUMCarrier Waveform: Sine, Square, Ramp, etc.
(only Pulse for PWM)
Modulating Waveform: Sine, Square, Ramp, etc.
FSK,Carrier WaveformModulating Frequency: 1μHz ~ 100kHz
BPSKSine, Square, Ramp, etc.

Sweep Characteristics (CHA)
Carrier WaveformSine, Square, Ramp, etc.
TypeLinear or Logarithmic
Sweep Time5ms~500s
Hold/Return Time0s~500s
Trigger SourceInternal, External and Manual
List SweepList Length: 600 pcs
Burst Characteristics (CHA)
Carrier WaveformSine, Square, Ramp, etc.
Burst Count1 ~ 1000000
Period1μs ~ 500s
Trigger SourceInternal, External, Manual
Frequency Range 10mHz ~ 350MHz, resolution: 6 digits/s
Period, Pulse Width100ns ~ 20s
Duty Cycle1% ~ 99%
General   Characteristics
PowerAC 100 ~ 240V, 45 ~ 65Hz, < 30VA
Dimension & Weight334×256×106 mm, Approx.3 kg

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Waveform Generator, Arbitrary Waveform Generator

Waveform generators and arbitrary waveform generators are powerful tools used in a wide range of applications, from electronics and telecommunications to research and development. These devices are essential for creating various waveforms with precise characteristics, making them invaluable in shaping signals for testing, calibration, and other purposes.

Waveform Generators

Waveform generators are electronic devices designed to produce specific electrical waveforms. These waveforms can vary from simple sine waves, square waves, and triangular waves to more complex waveforms, such as pulse and sawtooth waves. They are widely used in various industries for testing and calibration purposes.

How do Waveform Generators Work?

Waveform generators work by generating electrical signals with specific frequencies and amplitudes. They consist of three primary components:

Oscillator: The oscillator generates the base signal, typically a sine wave, which serves as the starting point for generating other waveforms.

Frequency Control: Waveform generators have controls to adjust the frequency of the output signal. This allows users to set the desired frequency for their specific application.

Amplitude Control: The amplitude control feature allows users to adjust the peak-to-peak voltage of the generated waveform, making it suitable for various testing scenarios.

Applications of Waveform Generators

Waveform generators find applications in a wide range of industries, including:

Electronics and Telecommunications: Testing and characterizing electronic components, calibrating filters, and simulating real-world signals.

Research and Development: Prototyping and testing circuits, conducting experiments, and exploring new designs.

Education: Demonstrating waveforms in educational settings, helping students understand signal characteristics.

Medical and Biomedical Fields: Testing medical devices and simulating physiological signals for research purposes.

TFG6900A Arbitrary Waveform Generators

Arbitrary waveform generators (AWGs) take waveform generation to the next level by allowing users to create complex and custom waveforms. Unlike traditional waveform generators, AWGs offer unparalleled flexibility in generating precise waveforms for advanced applications.

Flexibility and Customization

AWGs provide users with the ability to define waveforms using data points, enabling the creation of virtually any waveform imaginable. This level of flexibility is particularly useful in applications where specific waveforms are required to simulate real-world scenarios accurately.

High-Speed Sampling

AWGs are capable of high-speed sampling, allowing them to produce waveforms with fine details and high accuracy. This feature makes them invaluable in fields such as telecommunications and signal analysis.

Applications of TFG6900A Arbitrary Waveform Generators

AWGs find extensive use in various industries and research fields, including:

Communications: Testing and validating communication systems, evaluating signal integrity, and developing modulation techniques.

Radar and Sonar Systems: Creating realistic signals for testing radar and sonar systems.

Automotive: Testing electronic control units (ECUs) and automotive sensors under various conditions.

Aerospace and Defense: Simulating and testing complex electronic systems for aerospace and defense applications.

Differences Between Waveform Generators and TFG6900A Arbitrary Waveform Generators

Waveform generators and arbitrary waveform generators have distinct differences, making each suitable for specific applications.

Waveform Generators

Ideal for generating standard waveforms (sine, square, etc.).

Limited to pre-defined waveforms.

Generally more affordable than AWGs.

Commonly used for basic testing and educational purposes.

TFG6900A Arbitrary Waveform Generators

Allow the creation of custom waveforms with high precision.

Offer flexibility in defining waveforms using data points.

Suited for complex signal generation and advanced applications.

Typically more expensive due to their advanced capabilities.

Standard Accessories

Power Cord:1pcs

BNC Cable:1pcs

CD(Software+User's Guide):1pcs


Power Amplifier-8W(load 8Ω)

TCXO-Frequency Stability: ±2ppm