New Pulse Generator and Pattern Generator in a Single Package From Signal Forge

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Signal Forge today released the SF2000, a signal source which combines both a pulse generator and pattern generator in a single package. Unlike typical pulse generators, which only generate simple pulse bursts, the SF2000 generates pattern-based pulses enabling users to run complex tests and simulations.

The new SF2000 from Signal Forge is a pulse generator and pattern generator in a single package. It features three channels, each with an amplitude range of up to 20 volts, a pattern frequency range of up to 50 MHz and a pulse width down to 10 ns. The SF200 is ideal for a wide variety of test applications such as sensor simulation and low data-rate communications testing.

Features include:

  •     3 channels
  •     Output amplitude up to 20V into high impedance; 10V into 50 Ohms
  •     50 MHz pattern frequency range
  •     10ns to 42.9s pulse width
  •     Pattern depth 16 kbits per channel

The SF2000 may be operated from the front panel or from a PC using the PulseWave software supplied with the unit. In addition, the SF2000 supports the SCPI (Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments) programming interface which allows for easy integration with automated test environments.

The SF2000 Pulse and Pattern Generator is priced at $1595 and is available now.

About Signal Forge

Signal Forge, LLC was founded in 2005 by semiconductor industry veterans to develop and market high performance test equipment in portable and affordable packages. It’s products are used by a wide range of commercial, higher education and military customers including BAE Systems, Bird Technology Group, Bit Systems, Bosch, California Institute of Technology, Cisco Systems, Columbia University, Digital Signal Corporation, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Standards and Technology, North Carolina State University, RFID Global Solutions, US Army, US Navy, University of Hong Kong.

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