Pulse generator

Pulse generator

Pulse generator
Waveform Generator is also known as signal generator.
This device is commonly found in laboratories and universities, useful for electrical research and testing. If this is your first time learning about this type of device. Need to know what is a pulse generator?
What is the application of this type of device?
In this article, I will introduce to you Agilent's 33220A 20 Mhz arbitrary pulse generator, it will help you understand the application of this device.

What is a pulse generator?
The Waveform Generator is a specialized device that allows
you generate sine, square, triangular waveforms… with amplitude
and the frequency can be adjusted at will.
In other words these waveforms are not in the standard shapes,
you can freely adjust the amplitude and frequency at different cycles
to generate a suitable waveform for his test.

Working frequency range: 1 Hz to 20 MHz
Number of channels: 1 channel
Frequency resolution: 1 Hz
Working modes: continuous, modulation, frequency sweep, bus form and output port
3rd harmonic distortion: < 0.04%
Cycle: 0.01% to 99.99

To learn more about pulse generators, you can refer to the video below: