SDG1000X Series Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators

  • Dual-channel, with bandwidth up to 60 MHz, and amplitude up to 20 Vpp
  • 150 MSa/s sampling rate, 14-bit vertical resolution, and 16 kpts waveform length
  • Innovative EasyPulse technology, capable of generating lower-jitter Pulse waveforms, brings a wide range and extremely high precision in pulse width and rise/fall times adjustment
  • NEW: Innovative TrueArb technology supports user-defined waveforms from 2 to 16 kpts and user-defined sample rate from 1 μSa/s to 30 MSa/s

Product Overview

SIGLENT’s SDG1000X is a series of dual-channel function/arbitrary waveform generators with specifications that include up to 60 MHz maximum bandwidth, 150 MSa/s sampling rate and 14-bit vertical resolution. The proprietary EasyPulse & TrueArb technique helps to solve the weaknesses inherent in traditional DDS generators when generating pulse waveforms, and the special square generator is capable of generating square waveforms up to 60 MHz in frequency with low jitter. With these advantages, the SDG1000X can provide users with a variety of high fidelity / low jitter signals while meeting the growing requirements of a wide range of complex and varied applications.

Max Output Frequency Max Sampling Rate Vertical Resolution Waveform Length Channels Price
SDG1062X 60 MHz 150 MSa/s 14-bit 16 kpts 2 CH $490 Buy Now
SDG1032X 30 MHz 150 MSa/s 14-bit 16 kpts 2 CH $359 Buy Now

Key Features

  • Special circuit for Square wave function, can generate Square waves up to 60 MHz with jitter less than 300 ps+0.05 ppm of period
  • Plenty of analog and digital modulation types: AM, DSB-AM, FM, PM, FSK, ASK, PSK and PWM
  • Sweep and Burst functions
  • Harmonics Generator function
  • Waveform Combining function
  • High precision Frequency Counter
  • Standard interfaces: USB Host, USB Device (USBTMC), LAN (VXI-11)
  • Optional interface: GPIB
  • 4.3” TFT-LCD display

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Product Characteristics

TrueArb Technology Architecture View more

TrueArb Technology Architecture

With SIGLENT’s TrueArb technology, the generator retains the advantages of DDS technology while overcoming the serious weaknesses of DDS jitter and distortion. Because TrueArb technology generates arbitrary waveform in a point-by-point fashion, every data point is used to generate the output signal which has been stored in memory. Date points will not missed or repeated and arbitrary waveforms possess very low jitter (< 150ps).

Identical dual output-channels with high performance View more

Identical dual output-channels with high performance

Capable of outputting large signals at high frequencies. dual-channels, 20 Vpp amplitude can be guaranteed at up to 10 MHz.

Low Distortion Output View more

Low Distortion Output

With 0 dBm output, the THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) is less than 0.075%. Harmonics and spurs are less than -40 dBc throughout the entire bandwidth.

Innovative EasyPulse Technology View more

Innovative EasyPulse Technology

When a Pulse waveform is generated by a common DDS generator, there will be a one-clock-jitter if the sampling rate is not an
integer-related multiple of the output frequency. SDG1000X EasyPulse technology successfully overcomes this weakness in DDS
designs and helps to produce low jitter Pulse waveforms.

The rise/fall times can be set independently to the minimum of 16.8 ns at any frequency and to the maximum of 22.4 s. The adjustment
step is as small as 100 ps. The Pulse width can be fine-tuned to the minimum of 32.6 ns with the adjustment step as small as 100ps.

High performance Square Waves View more

High performance Square Waves

Benefitting from a special square-wave generating circuitry, the Square from the SDG1000X breaks the 60 MHz bandwidth barrier,
reaching rise/fall times of less than 4.2 ns, and frequencies up to 60 MHz.

The Square wave exhibits the same excellent jitter performance as the Pulse waveform

Innovative TrueArb Technology View more

Innovative TrueArb Technology

For arbitrary waveforms, TrueArb not only has all the advantages of traditional DDS, but also eliminates the probability that DDS may cause serious jitter and distortion.

TrueArb generates arbitrary waveforms point by point, never skips any point so that it can reconstruct all the details of the waveform as defned.

As with EasyPulse, TrueArb effectively overcomes the defect that DDS may cause the one-clock-jitter in arbitrary waveforms.

Modulation View more


Multiple modulation types: AM, DSB-AM, FM, PM, FSK, ASK, PSK and PWM. The modulation source can be configured as “Internal” or “External”.

Burst View more


Two Burst modes, “N cycle” and “Gated”. The Burst source can be configured as “Internal”, “External” or “Manual”.

Sweep View more


Two Sweep modes, “Linear” and “Log”. Two Sweep directions, “Up” and “Down” and three Sweep sources, “Internal”, “External”
and “Manual”.

Frequency Counter View more

Frequency Counter

High precision Frequency Counter with an input frequency range of 0.1 Hz~200 MHz.

Harmonics Function View more

Harmonics Function

Up to 16 harmonics may be generated. Amplitude and phase of each harmonic can be set independently

Waveform Combining View more

Waveform Combining

Capable of combining the waveforms of 2 channels from internal, providing more flexible tools to generate complex waveforms.

Arbitrary Waveform Software EasyWave View more

Arbitrary Waveform Software EasyWave

EasyWave is a powerful arbitrary waveform editing software program that supports several ways to generate arbitrary waveform such as manual drawing, line-drawing, equation-drawing, coordinate-drawing, etc. It is quite convenient for users to edit their own arbitrary waveforms through EasyWave.

Standard Accessories

Power Cord

USB Cable

Quick Start Guide-SDG1KX

Support and Resources

Application Notes

Interpolated DDS Technique in SDG2000X

Download PDF Preface As can be seen in the data sheet for Siglent’s SDG2000X arbitrary waveform generator series, the sampling rate specification (1.2 GSa/s) is followed by a note of “4X Interpolation”. This may be confusing to some customers, even some experienced users of function generators. This white paper is intended to explain this specification … Continued

Resolver Simulation using an Arbitrary Waveform Generator

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Programming Example: Open Socket LAN connection using Python

Download PDF Automating a test can dramatically increase the productivity, throughput, and accuracy of a process. Automating a setup involves connecting a computer to the test instrumentation using a standard communications bus like USB or LAN and then utilizing code entered via a software layer (like LabVIEW, .NET, Python, etc..) to sequence the specific instrument … Continued