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N8242A-062 - Keysight / Agilent Arbitrary Waveform Generators

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  • Model: N8242A-062
  • Manufactured by: Keysight / Agilent
  • Sampling Rate: 625.00MSa/sec
  • Channels: 2
  • Record Length: 8 MS per channel (expandable to 16 MS)
  • Output Voltage Range: n/a
  • Extra Specifications: Arbitrary Waveform Generator Synthetic Instrument Module
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Keysight / Agilent N8242A-062 Overview

The Agilent N8242A arbitrary waveform generator synthetic instrument module combines the unprecedented performance of Agilent’s AWGs with the unsurpassed flexibility of scalable modules. High sampling rates of either 1.25 GS/s or 625 MS/s, and 10-bit resolution enable designers to create ideal waveforms for accurate test of radar, satellite, digital radio, and frequency agile systems. Each channel provides either 500 MHz of modulation bandwidth (for the 1.25 GS/s sampling rate), or 250 MHz of modulation bandwidth (for the 625 MHz sampling rate). With over 65 dBc of spurious free dynamic range, very high-fidelity complex modulation signals can be generated. When the N8242A is combined with a wideband I/Q upconverter, modulation bandwidth of 1 GHz (for the 1.25 GS/s sampling rate) or 500 MHz (for the 625 MHz sampling rate) can be realized at microwave frequencies for authentic signal simulations for IF and RF subsystem test. See a photo of the small modular size mounted in a rack.

  • LXI class-A compliant 
  • Option 125 simultaneously delivers 1.25 GS/s and 10 bits of vertical resolution, and 500 MHz of instantaneous analog bandwidth per channel
  • Option 062 simultaneously delivers 625 MS/s and 10 bits of vertical resolution, and 250 MHz of instantaneous analog bandwidth per channel
  • Option 300, dynamic sequencing, is a hardware interface that allows the user to dynamically point to pre-defined carrier signals created with the direct digital synthesis engine. Requires a U.S. Export License
  • Option 330, direct digital synthesis, provides efficient compression of narrowband modulation on a carrier. Requires a U.S. Export License
  • Dual channel, single ended and differential outputs with 500 or 250 MHz of instantaneous analog bandwidth per channel
  • Multiple module synchronization to simulate multi-emitter and multi-path scenarios
  • Complex waveforms can be created via advanced sequencing engine
  • Up to 16 MS waveform memory (Option 016)
  • Up to 125 k definable waveform segments
  • Up to 16 k unique definable sequences
  • Additive white Gaussian noise (Option 250)
  • Remote programming interface: LAN over 100Base-T LAN
  • IEEE 1588 time-based triggering
  • LXI hardware trigger bus
  • Full environmental specifications
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