UTG2000B Uni-Trend Signal Generators


Signal generators from Uni-Trend

In the warehouse "CHIP and DIP" a new supply of 2-channel signal generators from Uni-Trend!
Introducing 3 models of UTG2000B series: UTG2062B , UTG2082B , UTG2122B , at 60MHz, 80MHz and 120MHz respectively!

UTG2000B series generators have frequencies up to 120MHz, 16 bit resolution and arbitrary waveform up to 16 Mpts. The UTG2000B reproduces any waveform with high fidelity, low jitter. Friendly user interface, excellent design and excellent technical performance of generators will satisfy your current and future needs.

main parameters

  • Models: UTG2062B, UTG2082B, UTG2122B
  • Channels: Dual channel
  • Maximum frequencies 60MHz, 80MHz, 120MHz
  • Sampling rate 1.28 GSa/s (320 MSa/s, 4x interpolation)
  • Waveform: Sine, Square, Hop, Pulse, Noise, DC, Arbitrary, Harmonic, Expressive
  • Operating modes: Output Strobe, Continuous, Modulation, Frequency Sweep, Pulse
  • Modulation types AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, PSK, BPSK, QPSK, OSK, SUM, DSB-AM, QAM, PWM
  • Screen: 4.3 inch TFT
  • Ports: USB Device, LAN, 10MHz clock source input, 10MHz clock source output

A full description of the parameters is in the description on the site .

The maximum output frequency is 120MHz, several basic waveforms can be selected: sine wave, square wave, slope, pulse, harmonic, noise, arbitrary waveform and others.

Numerous analog and digital modulation functions of the following types: AM, FM, PM, PWM, ASK, FSK, PSK, BPSK, QPSK, OSK, DSB-AM, SUM, QAM.

The UTG 2000B series contains over 160 different waveforms and waveform options.

Channel combination / channel connection function. Channels can be combined, the main output waveform of the two channels is superimposed on each other. When you change the frequency, amplitude, or phase of one channel, the frequency, amplitude, or phase of the other channel is automatically adjusted.

Sweep function / harmonic output. Scan types include linear, logarithmic. Harmonic function: built-in 16th harmonic output function.

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