AWG2021

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Sony/Tektronix AWG2021
arbitrary waveform generator
Sony/Tektronix AWG2021

Produced from 1995 to (?)

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The Sony/Tektronix AWG2021 is an arbitrary waveform generator introduced in 1995.

It uses a 3.5" floppy disk for storage. Options include a second channel, digital outputs (TTL or ECL), and an FFT editor.

Each channel additionally has two 1-bit marker outputs that can be placed at any memory location.

The AWG2021 is programmable through a GPIB interface. Versions without the digital output options additionally have an RS-232 interface.

Specifications

Clock rate 10 Hz to 250 MHz (4 digits displayed)
Waveform memory 2 banks of 256k words (12 bit)
Waveform length 64k to 256k in multiples of 8 data points
Output 50 mVp-p to 5 Vp-p into 50 Ω (×2 into high impedance), 1 mV resolution
Offset ±2.5 V into 50 Ω, 5 mV resolution
Inputs
  • Trigger
  • AM
  • Clock
Function generator mode Sine, Triangle, Square, Ramp or Pulse, 1 Hz to 2.5 MHz
Display 6.5" monochrome CRT, 640×480 px
Waveform modes Continuous, Triggered, Gated, Burst, Waveform advance, or Autostep

Photos