SDG7000A Arbitrary Waveform Generator

  • Dual-channel differential/single-ended output, 16-bit LVDS/LVTTL digital bus outputs (optional)
  • High-performance sampling system with 5 GSa/s sample rate and 14 -bit vertical resolution
  • 1 GHz maximum bandwidth
  • Generates arbitrary waveform with sample rates of 0.01 Sa/s ~ 2.5 GSa/s
  • Memory depth of 512 Mpts
  • Segmented editing /playback functions
  • Generates vector signals with up to 500 MS/s symbol rate

Product Overview

SIGLENT’s SDG7000A Arbitrary Waveform Generators feature up to 1 GHz bandwidth, a maximum sample rate of 5 GSa/s, and 14-bit vertical resolution. It can generate arbitrary waveforms point by point with a maximum 2.5 GSa/s sample rate and vector signals with a maximum of 500 MSa/s. It also has the ability to generate a variety of signals such as continuous wave, Pulse, Noise, PRBS patterns, and a 16-bit digital bus. The SDG7000A supports the generation of complex signals such as modulation, sweeping, bursting, and dual-channel copying/coupling/tracking and superposition. The outputs are user selectable for differential or single-ended connections and support a maximum output range of ± 24 V. The SDG7000A waveform generator can ensure a large amplitude under high-frequency which eliminates an external power amplifier in some applications and addresses a wider range of requirements.

 

Max Output Frequency Max Sampling Rate Vertical Resolution Waveform Length Channels Price
SDG7102A 1 GHz 5 GSa/s 14-bit 512 Mpts 2 Differential/Single-ended $18,389 Request a Quote
SDG7052A 500 MHz 5 GSa/s 14-bit 512 Mpts 2 Differential/Single-ended $13,989 Request a Quote
SDG7032A 350 MHz 5 GSa/s 14-bit 512 Mpts 2 Differential/Single-ended $11,389 Request a Quote

Key Features

  • Generates low jitter pulses with 1 ns minimum pulse width and 500 ps minimum edge
  • Up to 1 GHz bandwidth and White Gaussian Noise with adjustable bandwidth 
  • PRBS up to 312.5 Mbps
  • LVTTL and LVDS Digital bus options for digital signal sourcing  up to 1 Gbps
  • Includes popular analog/digital modulation types, sweeping and bursting functions
  • Enhanced dual-channel operation functions: inter-channel tracking, coupling, and copying
  • Dual-channel superposition function
  • Mutual modulation between channels
  • The 24 Vpp analog output is superimposed with ± 12 Vdc offset to provide a maximum output range of ± 24 V (48 V)
  • High precision Frequency Counter
  • 5-inch capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 800×480
  • External mouse and keyboard operation
  • WebServer to control the instruments remotely without downloading software
  • Includes 10 MHz In, 10 MHz Out, Trigger In/Out, and Marker sync connections
  • Full SCPI command manual for easy integration into test systems

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Product Characteristics

Multi-functional Waveform Generator View more

Multi-functional Waveform Generator

Multi-functional Waveform Generator

SDG7000A Arbitrary Waveform Generators integrate multiple waveform generator functions from DC to continuous waves up to 1 GHz, which can replace RF signal generators in some applications. It adopts Siglent’s TrueArb point-by-point arbitrary waveform generation technology, which enables user-adjustable output sample rates from 0.01 Sa/s to 2.5 GSa/s with excellent jitter performance and the generation of I/Q vector signals with a maximum settable bandwidth greater than 500 MHz. Using the benefits of Siglent’s EasyPulse architecture, a low jitter pulse with a minimum pulse width of 1 ns can be generated. The SDG7000A also features a Gaussian noise output with adjustable bandwidth, Pseudo-random code generation, an optional 16 channels of digital signal output for synthesizing digital communications, and much more.

Wide Range Amplitude Output View more

Wide Range Amplitude Output

Wide Range Amplitude Output

24 Vpp analog output superimposed with ± 12 Vdc offset, providing a maximum output range of ± 24 V (48 V).

Excellent Arbitrary Waveform Generation View more

Excellent Arbitrary Waveform Generation

Excellent Arbitrary Waveform Generation

AFG mode uses traditional DDS technology to generate arbitrary waveforms

AWG mode uses SIGLENTs innovative TrueArb technology which provides an adjustable sample rate from 0.01 Sa/s~ 2.5 GSa/s and jitter less than 20 ps.

The flexible platform also provides zero-order hold, linear, and sinc interpolation methods for increased flexibility when creating complex waveforms.

Sequence editing and playback The SDG7000A supports up to 1024 arbitrary wave segments, each of which can be set with a maximum of 65535 repetitions. When switching between segments, the output seamlessly moves from the last point of the previous segment to the first point of the next segment without generating an idle level. It is suitable for applications with high requirements for waveform switching.

Low jitter View more

Low jitter

Low jitter

When a Square/Pulse waveform is generated by traditional DDS, there can be additional jitter if the sample rate is not an integer-related multiple of the output frequency. EasyPulse technology successfully overcomes this weakness in DDS designs and helps to produce low jitter Square/Pulse waveforms.

High speed View more

High speed

High speed

The minimum 1 ns pulse width, can be generated at any frequency. The pulse width can be finely adjusted in steps of 10 ps.

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Flexible edge

Flexible edge

Adjustable fine step resolution to 100 ps. The minimum edge is 500 ps and can be generated at any frequency. The rising/ falling edge can be set respectively and can be used to generate asymmetrical pulse shapes.

Standard Accessories

Power Cord

USB Cable

USB Cable

BNC cable

Wireless Mouse

Support and Resources

Application Notes

AWG Basics-1

Download PDF Many electronic designs feature the ability to monitor or measure input signals and then perform another task or function based on that input signal. A simple example could be a circuit that looks for an input voltage to exceed a specific amount and triggers another action after it occurs. In such cases, having … Continued

EasyPulse Technology and Its Benefits

Download PDF INTRODUCTION: The majority of modern arbitrary/function waveform generators utilize DDS technology (Direct Digital Synthesis), but there are a few obvious defects using this technology directly. To solve these disadvantages, SIGLENT invented a pulse generating algorithm called EasyPulse technology. In this note, we will describe the basics of DDS and how EasyPulse can help … Continued

Generating an Activation Code (Option Code)

Download PDF Introduction Many SIGLENT products have options that can be activated by entering a special activation code into the front panel. This note covers how to generate the activation code.   Setup Contact your Authorized SIGLENT sales office or distributor to obtain an Option Card. This is typically a document that is emailed as … Continued