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Yokogawa expands oscilloscope portfolio with 500 MHz and 350 MHz frequency band models
The DG800 series redefines the waveform generator by introducing advanced operational capabilities. The product's key strengths include: 16-bit high resolution, intuitive touchscreen control and quiet fanless design. The DG800 is Rigol's most affordable line of generators.
Max frequency 10 MHz
Sampling rate of 125 MSa/s, vertical resolution of 16 bits
Frequency resolution 1 μHz
4.3" TFT color touch screen
Built-in waveforms: Sine, Square, Ramp, Pulse, Noise, DC, Dual-tone
Advanced waveforms: PRBS, RS232, Sequence
Built-in arbitrary waveforms: 160 waveform types,including: Sinc, Exponential Rise, Exponential Fall, ECG, Gauss, HaverSine, Lorentz, etc.
Optionally purchasable: 8 Mpkt, second channel
Dimensions (width × height × depth): 237.4 mm × 97 mm × 268 mm
Weight: 1.75 kg
The 4.3-inch TFT color touchscreen is enhanced with a new User Interface design.
DG800 series generators extend the output with 16-bit resolution.
The output voltage resolution is 4 times higher than the
in traditional 14-bit generators. The DG800 reproduces any
waveform more reliably and improves signal performance.
The DG800 series function/arbitrary waveform generator is based on
based on SIFI II technology developed by RIGOL. It can generate
arbitrary waveforms point by point and restore the signal without distortion.
The sampling frequency can be precisely adjusted,
Compared with traditional DDS signal source, the signal jitter is lower,
and the jitter of all output signals can reach only 200ps.
Sifi II technology allows for flexible signal reproduction through
filtering options such as stepping, smoothing and interpolation.
These options in the signal sorting function can provide precise
roll-down control for the selected signal. By combining these flexible
playback options or using edge timing in interpolation mode,
you can easily define the range of broadband components in a signal.
Supports PRBS, RS232 and sequencing output
Create and combine complex signal sequences for restoration
or fault analysis at the touch of a finger.
This function combines cycles of different waveform types, including two-tone,
arbitrary waves or noise, to mimic a wide set of test signals.
The design's fanless design, allows it to operate
without unnecessary sound interference.
The DG800 has a built-in harmonic generator function.
It outputs harmonic signals with specific times,
amplitude and phase. It is typically used for equipment testing
detection or harmonic filtering.
Provides a 7-bit frequency meter measurement function,
Which can measure frequency, period, duty cycle,
positive pulse width, negative pulse width and other parameters of the
external input signal, and also supports statistics of measurement results.