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Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator Selection Guide

Selection Guide 2014-02-27

33502A 2-channel 50 Vpp Isolated Amplifier - Quick Fact Sheet
This quick fact sheet describes the capabilities for the Agilent 33502A 2-channel Vpp isolated amplifier (in German)

Promotional Materials 2011-06-10

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Declaration of Conformity
Search Agilent Regulatory database for most recent Declaration of Conformity statement for your product.

Help File 2010-10-15

33502A Data Sheet
Technical specifications for 33502A 2-Channel 50 Vpp Isolated Amplifier.

Data Sheet 2009-10-29

33502A 2-Channel Amplifier User's/Service Guide
This manual contains getting started, configuration, programming, performance verification procedures, and servicing information for the 33502A 2-Channel Amplifier.

User Manual 2009-10-01

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33502A 2-Channel Amplifier Programmer's Reference
This Help file contains reference information to help you program the 33502A 2-Channel Amplifier over the remote interface using the SCPI programming language. Double-click on the file to extract the 33502A Programmer's Reference.

Help File 2009-10-01

Transferring Arbitrary Waveform Data to the 33200A Family of Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators
This application note will review three methods of transferring arbitrary waveform data to 33200A Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators: front panel, Agilent IntuiLink Waveform Editor, and programming.

Application Note 2009-05-19

Adding DC Offsets to a Function Generator's Output
A variety of electronic test applications require a DC offset to be added to the output of a function generator.

Application Note 2009-03-09

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Waveform capture, modification and playback using a function generator
Function generators are used to simulate real-world signals on a device.

Application Note 2008-10-30

Using Pulse-Width Modulation to Control Signals
The use of pulse-width modulation (PWM) has become an increasingly popular technique for controlling analog circuits with a digital signal.

Application Note 2008-10-30

10 Hints for Getting More from Your Function Generator (AN 1497)
The 10 hints in this application note will help you take advantage of the features of your function/arbitrary waveform generator so you can get your job done more easily.

Application Note 2008-07-16

Generating Narrow Pulses with a Function Generator
Testing basic digital signals, such as triggers, clock signals, and logic control, doesn't always require the performance of a dedicated pulse generator.

Application Note 2008-04-16

LAN Connection using Telnet
When communicating with a LAN instrument using TELNET, do the following...

Application Note 2005-06-29

Direct instrument connection using LAN
If connecting directly to an instrument using LAN (rather than through a server) there are some steps that can be taken to make the initial connection faster and get you up-and-running more quickly.

Application Note 2004-11-01

Creating Arbitrary Waveforms Using Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS)
Modern arbitrary waveform generators frequently use direct digital synthesis (DDS) for creating waveforms. This application note provides some guidance when using a DDS generator to output arbitrary waveforms.

Application Note 2004-05-07

Create a Variety of Frequency Sweeps, Including Stepped Sweep Using Frequency Modulation
Some applications require a variation of frequency sweep such as a stepped sweep. This application note covers how to create a variety of frequency sweeps using frequency modulation.

Application Note 2004-05-07

Create Music using Frequency Modulation
Each musical note has a different frequency associated with it. To play a specific piece of music, you play the different frequencies for a certain duration and in a certain sequence. By modulating a sine wave with an arbitrary...

Application Note 2004-03-22

How to capture, save, and reproduce arbitrary waveforms
This 6-page application note provides techniques for capturing, saving and reproducing current waveforms and profiles.

Application Note 2003-11-21

Using a Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator to Generate Pulses (AN 1437)
A function generator can be a low cost alternative for creating simple pulses. This application note describes several techniques for creating pulses using a function generator.

Application Note 2002-12-13