PG-1000 | 70 ps Edge Pulse Generator

PG 1000

Features

  • <70 ps Rise & Fall Time (20% to 80%)
  • 200 mV to 5 V p-p Adjustable Output level
  • ± 2.5 V Adjustable baseline offset
  • 300 ps to 1 s Pulse Width (10ps steps)
  • Continuous, single, burst, gated, external trigger mode
  • 2 or 4 channels Systems
  • Up to 240 MHz Repetition rate
  • Simple touch User Interface
  • 19", 3U rack mountable Compact packaging

- Datasheet

Description

The PG-1000 offers premium signal integrity with easiest to use touch screen display interface. The generation of pulses requires only a few screen touches.

The output voltage can be adjusted up to 5 Volts pk-pk in a window of ±5 Volts with 70 ps edge rate and transition with minimal overshoot and ringing.

Its innovative hardware architecture provides the possibility to generate advanced pulse sequences such as double pulse or quad pulse, with full independent timing parameters

Multiple channel pulse generation is always available with the basic Dual Channel version or with the Quad channel version. Each channel may generate pulses with rise time as low as 70 ps and frequency repetition rate from mHz to 60 MHz. By logical combining the output channels it is also possible to reach a max. repetition rate of 120 MHz in the Dual channel model and 240 MHz in the Quad Channel model.

Trigger events may be generated internally or captured by an external trigger source or remotely from Ethernet or GPIB connections. The trigger output may be delayed according to the application and then amplified to increase the voltage dynamic from small signals input.

Trigger In and Trigger Out may be used to synchronize multiple units to obtain several pulses and provide a perfect solution for specific Big Physics or Military applications. The large dynamic range combined with fast edge represents a great solution for semiconductor testing as well. All instrument controls and parameters are accessed through and intuitive User interface. The PG-1000 supports the most common interfaces for remote control (Ethernet, GPIB) for easy customized instrument programming.