SIGLENT’s SDG6000X is a series of dual-channel Pulse/ Arbitrary Waveform Generators that feature up to 500 MHz bandwidth, a maximum sample rate of 2.4 GSa/s and 16-bit vertical resolution. They also include proprietary TrueArb & EasyPulse technology that help to solve the weaknesses inherent in traditional DDS generators when generating arbitrary, square and pulse waveforms. In addition, the SDG6000X is a multi-function device which can generate Noise, IQ signals and PRBS patterns. These features enable the SDG6000X to provide a variety of high fidelity and low jitter signals, meeting the growing requirements of complex and intensive applications.
- Sweep and Burst function
- Harmonics function
- Waveform Combining function
- Channel Coupling, Copy and Tracking functionr
- 196 built-in arbitrary waveforms
- High precision Frequency Counter
- Standard interfaces include: USB Host, USB Device （USBTMC）, LAN（VXI-11, Socket, Telnet）. Optional Interface: GPIB
- 4.3” touch screen display for easier operation
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Continuous Wave View more
Up to 500 MHz continuous sine wave
Adjustable Pulse Width View more
Adjustable Pulse Width
The pulse width can be fine-tuned to the minimum of 3.3 ns with an adjustment step as small as 100 ps, at any frequency.
Adjustable Edge View more
The rise/fall times can be set independently to the minimum of 1 ns at any frequency with a minimum adjustment step as small as 100 ps
When a Square/Pulse waveform is generated by traditional DDS, there can be additional jitter if the sampling rate is not an integerrelated multiple of the output frequency. EasyPulse technology successfully overcomes this weakness in DDS designs and helps to produce low jitter Square/Pulse waveforms.
Point by Point Output View more
Point by Point Output
TrueArb generates arbitrary waveforms point-by-point. It never skips any point so that it can reconstruct all the details of the waveform, as defined. Two interpolation modes are available: linear and zero-order hold.
As with EasyPulse, TrueArb effectively overcomes the clock jitter that can effect traditional DDS generators.
Arbitrary Waveform Software EasyWave View more
Arbitrary Waveform Software EasyWave
EasyWave is an arbitrary waveform software platform that supports waveform creation and editing. It features manual drawing, as-wellas line, equation, and coordinate editing modes. It is also a convenient way for users to edit their own arbitrary waveforms.
Gaussian noise with bandwidth up to 500 MHz. The repetition period is more than 100 years, and the bandwidth is adjustable.
Wideband Gaussian noise can be easily added to other waveforms to simulate real-world scenarios in which the signal contains a large degree of noise.
The SDG6000X supports popular modulation types such as ASK, FSK, PSK, and QAM. Proprietary resampling technology provides excellent EVM performance at arbitrary symbol rates between 250 Symb/s – 37.5 MSymb/s. Built-in digital quadrature modulator provides the possibility to generate IQ signals from baseband to 500 MHz intermediate frequency.
IQ waveforms can be generated by the PC software EasyIQ.
PRBS3 – PRBS32 with finely adjustable 10-6 bps – 300 Mbps bit rate and 1 ns – 1us edge.
Preset common logic levels such as TTL, LVCMOS, LVPECL and LVDS. An added differential mode provides an easy way to generate differential signals using the both channels.
Large Signals at High Frequencies View more
Large Signals at High Frequencies
Dual-channel, 20 Vpp amplitude sine wave guaranteed at up to 40 MHz.
Small Signals View more
Low noise floor, improves signal-to-noise ratio.
Modulation View more
Plenty of modulation types, such as AM, FM, PM, FSK, ASK, PSK, DSBAM, PWM are supported. The modulation source can be configured as “Internal” or “External”.
Sweep and Burst View more
Sweep and Burst
Sweep modes include “Linear” and “Log”. Burst modes includes “N cycle” and “Gated”. Both Sweep and Burst can be triggered by “Internal” , “External” or “Manual” source.
Waveform Combining View more
The waveform combining function superimposes CH1 and CH2 waveforms internally and provides the combined waveform to a user-selected output. Easily combine basic waveforms, random noise, modulation signals, sweep signals, burst signals, EasyPulse waveforms and TrueArb waveforms
Harmonics Function View more
Harmonics function gives you the ability to add higher-order elements to your signal.
Two Dual-channel Operation Mode View more
Two Dual-channel Operation Mode
“Phase-Locked” mode automatically aligns the phases of each output.
While “Independent” mode permit the two channels to be used as two independent generators. Independent mode also smoothes parameter (frequency, amplitude) changes made to an active channel.
Frequency Counter View more
8-digit hardware frequency counter with statistics function and input range of 0.1 Hz – 400 MHz.
Printed Quick Start Guide (English)
Power cord designed for use with the instrument in the country of operation. Available separately. Power cord H05VV-F 3G0.75MM2-004; GB-line power line (L = 1.5m ± 20mm) three plugs; product suffix; 0.13 square; black (Ju Yu)
20 dB Attenuator
Power Amplifier(typical); Input Impedance: 15kΩ; Input: +/- 6.5V Vpp(Gain:X1); +/- 1.3V (Gain:X10); Gain: Switching in 10V/1V and 10V/10V; Output Voltage: 25.4 Vpp; Output Current: 1.12 A; Slew Rate: ≥ 90 V/μs; Overshoot: ≤ 4%. Compatile with all SIGLENT SDG series generators.
BNC terminated coaxial cable (1 m length).
GPIB adapter converts GPIB signals to USB. For use with instruments that do not have a native GPIB bus Overview: USB-GPIB adapter is used to Siglent instrument， which has the USB Host interface but have no GPIB interface (eg SDS1000 series digital oscilloscope) . It can help this instrument connect to the device on the … Continued