AWG7000 Series (AWG7102 • AWG7101 • AWG7052 • AWG7051)

Arbitrary Waveform Generator


Features & Benefits

    • 10 GS/s (20 GS/s) and 5 GS/s models
    • 1 or 2 Arbitrary Waveform Outputs
      • Accurate Timing with only 20 psp-p Total Jitter (at 10-12 BER, Typical)
      • 45 ps Tr/Tf (20% to 80%)
      • ±100 ps Range (1 ps Resolution) Inter Channel Skew Control
    • 2 or 4 Variable Level Marker Outputs
      • Accurate Timing with only 30 psp-p Total Jitter (at 10-12 BER, Typical)
      • 45 ps Tr/Tf (20% to 80%)
      • Up to 300 ps Range (1 ps Resolution) Delay Control
    • Vertical Resolution up to 10-Bit Available: 10-Bits (No Marker Output) or 8-Bits (with Two Marker Outputs)
    • Up to 64 M (64,800,000) Point Record Length Provides Longer Data Streams
    • Down to 100 fs Resolution Edge Timing Shift Control
    • Sequencing Creates Infinite Waveform Loops, Jumps and Conditional Branches
    • Real-time Sequencing Creates Infinite Waveform Loops, Jumps, and Conditional Branches
    • Intuitive User Interface Shortens Test Time
    • Integrated PC Supports Network Integration and Provides a Built-in DVD, Removable Hard Drive, LAN, and USB Ports


    • Disk Drive (Magnetic/Optical) Read/Write:
      • Up to 5 Gb/s Data Rate (2-point/cell) or 50 ps Timing Resolution
    • Telecom/Data Communications:
      • Up to 10 Gb/s Data Rate (Binary, Pre-/De-emphasis and Multi-level Logic)
    • Wireless Communications:
      • Up to 5 GHz (4-waveform points/cycle) Arbitrary RF/IF and Wide-bandwidth Modulation I and Q Baseband Signals
    • Mixed Signal Design and Test:
      • 2-channel Analog plus 4-channel Marker Outputs
    • High-speed, Low-jitter Data/Pulse and Clock Source
    • Real-world, Ideal or Distorted Signal Generation – Including All the Glitches, Anomalies, and Impairments
    • Enhanced/Corrupted Playback of DSO Captured Signals
    • Waveform Vectors Imported from Third-party Tools such as MathCAD, MATLAB, Excel and Others

The AWG7000 Series of Arbitrary Waveform Generators Delivers the Industry’s Best Mixed Signal Stimulus Solution for Ever-increasing Measurement Challenges

The AWG7000 Series Arbitrary Waveform Generator delivers a unique combination of superior signal stimulus, unrivaled sample rate, bandwidth and signal fidelity and uncompromised usability.

This family offers the industry’s best solution to the challenging signal stimulus issues faced by designers verifying, characterizing and debugging sophisticated electronic designs.

With sample rates from 5 GS/s to 20 GS/s (10-Bits), together with 1 to 2 output channels, the toughest measurement challenges in the disk drive, communications, digital consumer and semiconductor design/test industries can be easily solved.

The open Windows (Windows XP)-based instruments deliver ease of use and allow connectivity with peripherals and compatibility with third-party software.

Application Examples

The need for performance arbitrary waveform generation is broad and spans over a wide array of applications. With the AWG7000 Series, Tektronix’ 3rd generation of industry leading Arbitrary Waveform Generators represent a new benchmark in performance, sample rate, signal fidelity, and timing resolution.

The ability to create, generate, or replicate either ideal, distorted, or “real-life” signals is essential in the design and testing process. Signal generation with controllable rise- and fall times, noise or jitter; pre-emphasis, multilevel and mixed signals; wideband RF, and fast changing signals are just some of the capabilities of the AWG7000 Series.

Pre/De-Emphasized Signal Generation

With increasing transmission speeds and to compensate for frequency characteristics of “lossy” media, the technique of pre/de-emphasis is increasingly applied. Serial data standards such as PCI Express and others have also included pre/de-emphasis tests as a requirement to meet the respective compliance test specification.

The basic theory of pre-emphasis is that for any series of bits of the same value, the first bit always has a higher voltage level than the following bits. By doing so, frequency characteristics of transmission lines can be compensated thus the signal fidelity at the receiver side increased.

The AWG7000 Series, with its performance and analog output, enables users to directly generate pre/de-emphasized signals for next generation serial data standards. It also enables users to generate 3-level signals as required for SATA Out-of-Band (OOB) testing.

The direct generation of such signals provides an increased signal quality and avoids cumbersome signal generation via multiple channels and power combiner. See Figure 1.


Figure 1: 5 Gb/s Pre/De-emphasized signal.

Multilevel Signal Generation

The requirements for serial interfaces are continuously increasing. Higher and higher data rates are required, and the performance of cables and circuits is moving closer to their theoretical limits. One technique to increase the data rate without increasing the transition-rate is by applying multilevel signals, wherein a signal can assume more than the standard binary 2 levels.

In multi-level signaling one can think of multi-level discrete amplitudes of a signal. This phenomenon is known as pulse-amplitude-modulation or PAM. A 4PAM signal, a signal with 4 different amplitudes, increases the data rate by four without increasing the transition rate of the signal. Multilevel signals are not only applied for data transmission. Multi-level memory chips, storing more than a single bit in an individual memory element, are being produced and multi-level coding of data for storage on optical disks is being considered as an efficient way to increase storage capacity.

The AWG7000 Series enables you to test your latest design by generating any kind of mixed or multi-level signal. See Figure 2.


Figure 2: 20 Gb/s 4PAM signal (5 GS/s; AWG7101)

Signal Generation for Storage Device Testing

Increasing capacity requirements for storage devices leads to the development of new and faster read- and-write strategies for magnetic as well as optical storage devices. Multi-level coding of data for storage on optical disks is also being considered as an efficient way to increase storage capacity.

The AWG7000 Series with its ability to generate an accurate reproduction of the read­and­write signals, enables users to design, develop and test the latest storage devices. With sample rates up to 20 GS/s, and the generation of up to 6 signals (2 analog plus 4 Marker) with a clock timing resolution of 100 ps, the AWG7000 Series represents a new benchmark in the industry. See Figure 3.


Figure 3: Hard disk read channel signal (5 Gb/s 2 points per cell); AWG7101 with 10 GS/s

Wideband RF-Signal Generation

In the RF world, technologies ranging from a wireless mouse to a satellite image require test equipment that can provide enough sample rate and resolution to re-create even the most complex RF behavior. The latest digital RF technologies often exceed the capabilities of current test equipment to generate wide bandwidth and fast changing signals that are increasingly seen in many wireless applications such as radar, UWB, and others.

The AWG7000 Series enables the direct generation of RF signals and their output via the D/A converter for signals up to a carrier frequency of 5 GHz and a Bandwidth of 5.8 GHz. The direct generation of IF or RF signals avoids I/Q degradations and lengthy adjustments associated with traditional generation using I/Q modulators. The AWG7000 Series with its maximum sample rate of 20 GS/s is the sole solution that allows a direct RF signal generation for up to 5 GHz. See Figure 4.


Figure 4: UWB (MBOA) three band (480 Mb/s 1795 MAC bytes 96 symbol payload); 3.168 GHz-4.752 GHz; AWG7102; Interleave at 15.84 GS/s; 0.5 Vp-p

Additional Software Application Tools Extending Waveform Generation


RFXpress (RFX100)

RFXpress is a software package that synthesizes digitally modulated base band, IF and RF signals. It takes IQ, IF and RF signal generation to the next level and fully exploits the wideband signal generation capabilities of Arbitrary Waveform Generators (AWGs). Supporting a wide range of modulations, as well as the symbol map functions, the software allows you to define your own modulation.

UWB-WiMedia signal creation, a software module for RFXpress, has the capability to digitally synthesize and generate RF signals in Band Groups 1 and 2 of the UWB spectrum. As per the latest WiMedia specification, signals will band hop in real-time over 1.5 GHz modulation bandwidth including all the different preamble synchronization sequences, cover sequences, TFCs and band groups. All six band groups (BG1 to BG6) can be generated with band hopping in either IQ or IF. The conformance mode enables you to generate all signals that conform to WiMedia’s specifications, while the custom mode allows you to adjust the signals for stress and margin testing.


SerialXpress® (SDX100)

SerialXpress enables creation of exact waveforms required for thorough and repeatable design validation, margin/characterization and conformance testing of high speed serial data receivers. It considerably simplifies the signal creation and Jitter simulations, thus reducing overall development and test time. SerialXpress in addition to supporting generation of Jitter (Random, Periodic (sinusoidal) , ISI and DCD) also supports SSC, pre-emphasis and noise addition. This allows the user to create a combination of various impairments simultaneously to stress the receiver

Both RFXpress and SerialXpress are powerful easy to use software package to synthesize RF and high speed serial data signals respectively for arbitrary waveform generators (AWG). It runs as an integral part of the AWG7000 series arbitrary waveform generators or from an external PC.

For more details on RFXpress and SerialXpress visit


Arbitrary Waveforms

Waveform Length

2 to 32,400,000 points (or 2 to 64,800,000 points, Option 01) in multiples of 64


2 to 64,800,000 points (or 2 to 129,600,000 points, Option 01) in multiples of 128

2 to 32,400,000 points (or 2 to 64,800,000 points, Option 01) in multiples of 64
Number of Waveforms1 to 16,000
Sequence Length1 to 4,000 steps
Sequence Repeat Counter1 to 65,536 or infinite
Sequence ControlRepeat count, Wait for Trigger, Go-to-N and Jump
Jump ModeSynchronous and Asynchronous
Run Modes
   ContinuousWaveform is iteratively output. If a sequence is defined, the sequence order and repeat functions are applied
   TriggeredWaveform is output only once when an external, internal, GPIB, LAN or manual trigger is received
   GatedWaveform begins output when gate is true and resets to beginning when false
   SequenceWaveform is output as defined by the sequence
   Interleave OperationUp to 20 GS/s sample rate (Option 06)N/A
Clock Generator
   Sampling Frequency

10 MS/s to 10 GS/s

(10 GS/s to 20 GS/s at interleave)

10 MS/s to 10 GS/s10 MS/s to 5 GS/s
Resolution8 digits
Internal Clock
   AccuracyWithin ±(1 ppm + Aging), Aging: within ±1 ppm/year
   Clock Phase Noise

Internal Trigger Generator

Internal Trigger Rate

   Range1.0 μs to 10.0 s
   Resolution3 digits, 0.1 μs minimum
Skew Control Between Outputs
   Range–100 ps to +100 psN/A–100 ps to +100 psN/A
   Resolution1 psN/A1 psN/A
   Skew Accuracy±(10% of setting +10 ps)N/A±(10% of setting +10 ps)N/A


Main Arbitrary Waveform Output

Digital to Analog Converter
   Resolution10-Bit (no marker output) or 8-Bit (2 ch markets available): each channel selectable
Standard Output (into 50 Ω)
   Number of Arb Outputs2121
   Output StyleDifferential
   Output Impedance50 Ω
   ConnectorSMA Front
      Normal50 mVp-p to 2.0 Vp-p
      Direct50 mV to 1.0 Vp-p
   Resolution1 mV
   DC Accuracy±(3.0% of Amplitude + 2 mV) at offset = 0 V
      Normal –0.5 V to +0.5 V
      Direct N/A
   Resolution1 mV
   Accuracy±(2% of offset ±10 mV) at minimum amplitude
   Pulse Response(–1 and 1 waveform data, 0 V offset, through filter at 1 Vp-p)
Rise/Fall Time (20 to 80%)    
      Normal350 ps (at 2 0 Vp-p),
      Direct75 ps (at 1.0 Vp-p)
   OvershootLess than 10% (at 1.0 Vp-p amplitude)
   Bandwidth (–3 dB)    
      Normal 750 MHz
      Direct3.5 GHz
   Timing SkewLess than 20 ps (Direct output; between each channel (+) Pos and (–) Neg output)
   Low Pass Filter    
      Normal50 MHz, 200 MHz (Bessel type)
   Delay from Marker OutputNormal: 50 MHz (9.7 ns), 200 MHz (3.9 ns), Through (2.1 ns), Direct (0.5 ns)
   Sine Wave Characteristics (up to 5th harmonic)(10 GS/s clock, 32 waveform points, 312.5 MHz signal frequency, 1.0 V amplitude)(10 GS/s clock, 32 waveform points, 156.25 MHz signal frequency, 1.0 V amplitude)
   Harmonic Distortion (Typical)        
      Normal≤–35 dBc≤–40 dBc
      Direct≤–42 dBc≤–45 dBc
   Non-harmonic Spurious (Typical)        
      Normal≤–50 dBc (DC to 5 GHz)≤–50 dBc (DC to 2.5 GHz)
   SFDR (Typical)(10 GS/s clock, amplitude: 1 Vp-p, offset: 0 V, filter: “through,” 10-Bit DAC operation mode, DC to 5 GHz)(5 GS/s clock, amplitude: 1 Vp-p, offset: 0 V, filter: “through,” 10-Bit DAC operation mode, DC to 2.5 GHz)
      Normal45 dB51 dB
      Direct45 dB (at 312.5 MHz)51 dB (at 156 MHz)
   Phase Noise

(10 GS/s clock, amplitude: 1 Vp-p, offset: 0 V, 312.5 MHz)

≤–90 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset

(5 GS/s clock, amplitude: 1 Vp-p, offset: 0 V, 156 MHz)

≤–90 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset

   Random Jitter (Typical)1010 clock pattern
      Normal 1.6 ps 1.6 ps
      Direct0.9 ps0.9 ps
   Total Jitter (Typical)215-1 PN data pattern (@ 10-12 BER)
      Normal50 ps at 0.5 Gb/s50 ps at 0.5 Gb/s
      Direct30 ps at 1 G to 6 Gb/s30 ps at 1 G to 5 Gb/s


Option 02: High Bandwidth Output Option (Remove Standard Output)

Output StyleDifferential
Output Impedance50 Ω
ConnectorSMA Front
Amplitude (into 50 Ω)
   Amplitude500 mVp-p to 1.0 Vp-p
   Resolution1 mV
   DC Accuracy±(2.0% of Amplitude + 2 mV)
Pulse Response(–1 and 1 waveform data, 1 Vp-p)
Rise/Fall Time: (20 to 80%)45 ps
OvershootLess than 3% (at 1.0 Vp-p amplitude)
Bandwidth (–3 dB)5.8 GHz
Timing SkewLess than 20 ps (between each channel (+) Pos and (–) Neg output)
Delay from Marker Output0.2 ns
Sine Wave Characteristics (up to 5th harmonic)(10 GS/s clock, 32 waveform points, 312.5 MHz signal frequency, 1.0 V amplitude)(10 GS/s clock, 32 waveform points, 156.25 MHz signal frequency, 1.0 V amplitude)
Harmonic Distortion (Typical)≤–42 dBc≤–45 dBc
Non-harmonic Spurious (Typical)≤–50 dBc, DC to 5 GHz≤–50 dBc, DC to 2.5 GHz
SFDR (Typical)(10 GS/s clock, amplitude: 1 Vp-p, 10-Bit DAC operation mode, DC to 5 GHz) 44 dB (at 312.5 MHz)(5 GS/s clock, amplitude: 1 Vp-p, 10-Bit DAC operation mode, DC to 2.5 GHz) 48 dB (at 156 MHz)
Phase Noise

(10 GS/s clock, amplitude: 1 Vp-p, 312.5 MHz)

≤–90 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset

(5 GS/s clock, amplitude: 1 Vp-p, 156 MHz)

≤–90 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset

Random Jitter (Typical)1010 clock pattern
   RMS0.9 ps0.9 ps
Total Jitter (Typical)215-1 PN data pattern (@ 10-12 BER)
   Peak-to-Peak20 psp-p: at 2 G to 10 Gbp/s20 psp-p: at 2 G to 5 Gb/s


Option 06: Interleaved High Bandwidth Output in Addition Option 02 (Remove Standard Output) Available for only AWG7102

Output StyleDifferential
Output Impedance50 Ω
ConnectorSMA Front
Zeroing ControlOn or Off
Amplitude (into 50 Ω)
   AmplitudeZeroing On: 250 mVp-p to 0.5 Vp-p, Zeroing Off: 500 mVp-p to 1.0 Vp-p
   Resolution1 mV
   DC Accuracy (Typical)±(8.0% of Amplitude + 2 mV) at offset = 0 V
Pulse Response
   Rise/Fall Time: (20 to 80%)45 ps
OvershootLess than 10% (at 1.0 Vp-p amplitude)
Bandwidth (–3 dB)5.8 GHz
Delay from Marker Output1.0 ns
Sine Wave Characteristics (Up to 5th harmonic)(20 GS/s clock, 32 waveform points, 625 MHz signal frequency)
Harmonics DistortionZeroing On: ≤–40 dBc (0.5 Vp-p), Off: ≤–40 dBc (1 Vp-p)
Non-harmonic Spurious DC to 5 GHz, Zeroing On: ≤–45 dBc (0.5 Vp-p), Off: ≤–45 dBc (1 Vp-p)
SFDR (Typical)

(20 GS/s clock, 10-Bit DAC operation mode, DC to 10 GHz)

2.5 GHz: Zeroing On: 30 dB, Off: 40 dB

Phase Noise(20 GS/s clock, 625 MHz)
At 10 kHz offset: Zeroing On: ≤–85 dBc/Hz (0.5 Vp-p), Off: ≤–85 dBc/Hz (1 Vp-p)


Auxiliary Outputs

Marker Output
   Number of Outputs4 (2 per channel)24 (2 per channel)2
   Output StyleDifferential
   Output Impedance50 Ω
   ConnectorSMA Front
Level (into 50 Ω) (Twice for Hi_Z Input)
   Output Window–1.4 V to +1.4 V
   Amplitude0.5 Vp-p to 1.4 Vp-p
   Resolution10 mV
   External Termination–2.8 V to +2.8 V
   Level Accuracy±(10% of setting + 50 mV)
   Rise/Fall Time (20% to 80%)45 ps (1.0 Vp-p, Hi +1.0 V, Lo 0 V)
Marker Timing Skew
   Intra Skew
   In Same Channel
Delay Control Between Markers
   Range0 to 300 ps
   Resolution1 ps
   Accuracy±(5% of setting + 50 ps)
Random Jitter (Typical)1010 clock pattern
   RMS1 ps1 ps
Total Jitter (Typical)215-1 PN data pattern (@ 10-12 BER)
   Peak-to-Peak30 psp-p30 psp-p
10 MHz Reference Out
   Amplitude1.2 Vp-p into 50 Ω. Max 2.5 Vp-p open
   Impedance50 Ω, AC coupling
   ConnectorBNC Rear
DC Outputs
   Number of Outputs4: Independently controlled outputs
   Range–3.0 to +5.0 V
   Resolution10 mV
   Max. current±30 mA
   Connector2x4-Pin header on front panel


Auxiliary Inputs

Trigger/Gate In
   Impedance1 kΩ or 50 Ω
   PolarityPOS or NEG
   ConnectorBNC Front
Input Voltage Range1 kΩ: ±10 V. 50 Ω: ±5 V
   Level–5.0 V to 5.0 V
   Resolution0.1 V
   Trigger to output uncertainly    
   Asynchronies between internal / external clock & trigger timing (typical)2.2 ns at 10 GS/s, 2.6 ns at 7 GS/s, 3.4 ns at 5 GS/s
   Synchronize between external clock & trigger timing (typical)10 GS/s, x1 clock divider: 8 clock + 50 psp-p 10 GS/s, x1 clock divider with specific timing: 50 psp-p, 10 psRMS. The ambient temperature variant allows only +/- 5℃
   Synchronize between external 10MHz reference & trigger timing (typical)10 GS/s setting: 8 clock + 150 psp-p 10 GS/s setting with specific timing: 150 psp-p, 30 psRMS. The ambient temperature variant allows only +/- 5℃
Trigger Mode
   Minimum Pulse Width20 ns
   Trigger Hold-off832 × sampling_period – 100 ns
   Delay to Analog Out128 × sampling_period + 250 ns
Gated Mode
   Minimum Pulse Width1024 × sampling_period + 10 ns
   Delay to Analog Out640 × sampling_period + 260 ns
Event Input
   Impedance1 kΩ or 50 Ω
   PolarityPOS or NEG
ConnectorBNC Front
   Input Voltage Range1 kΩ: ±10 V. 50 Ω: ±5 V
   Threshold Level–5.0 V to 5.0 V
   Resolution0.1 V
Sequence Mode
   Minimum Pulse Width20 ns
   Event Hold Off900 × sampling_period + 150 ns
   Delay to Analog Out1024 × sampling_period + 280 ns (Jump timing: Asynchronous jump)
External Clock IN
   Input Voltage Swing+5 to +11 dBm
   Impedance50 Ω, AC coupled
   Frequency Range5 GHz to 10 GHz: (acceptable frequency drift is ±0.5%)
   Clock Divider1/1, 1/2, 1/4……1/2561/2, 1/4……1/256
   ConnectorSMA Rear
Fixed Reference Clock IN
   Input Voltage Range0.2 Vp-p to 3.0 Vp-p
   Impedance50 Ω, AC coupled
   Frequency Range10 MHz, 20 MHz, 100 MHz (with ±0.1%)
   ConnectorBNC Rear
Variable Reference Clock IN
   Input Ranges5 MHz to 800 MHz (acceptable frequency drift is ±0.1%)
   Input Voltage Range0.2 Vp-p to 3 Vp-p
   Impedance50 Ω, AC coupled
   Multiplier Rate

1 to 2000

(2 to 4000 at interleave)

1 to 20001 to 1000
   ConnectorBNC Rear


AWG7000 Series Common Features

Instrument Control/Data Transfer Ports
Waveform File Import CapabilityTektronix DPO7000/TDS5000/6000/7000 (*.wfm), TDS3000 (*.ISF)
AWG400s/500s/610/615/710/710B (*.wfm, *.pat, *.seq)
Text data file (3rd party software creation waveform data: MatLab, MathCad, Excel)
S/W Driver for Third Party S/WIVI-com driver
   GPIBRemote control and data transfer. (Conforms to IEEE-Std 488.1, compatible with IEEE 488.2 and SCPI-1999.0)
   Ethernet (10/100/1000Base-T)Remote control and data transfer. (Conforms to IEEE 802.3). RJ-45
   Computer System and PeripheralsWindows XP Professional, 512 MB SDRAM, 20 GB removable Hard Drive at rear (available front mount kit), CD-RW/DVD drive at front, included USB compact keyboard and mouse
   PC I/O PortsUSB 2.0 compliant ports (6 total, 2 front, 4 rear), PS/2 mouse and keyboard connectors (rear panel), RJ-45 Ethernet connector (rear panel) supports 10/100/1000Base-T, XGA out
Display Characteristics10.4 inch, LCD color display with touch screen, 1024 (H) x 768 (V) (XGA)
Power Supply100 to 240 VAC, 47 to 63 Hz
   Power Consumption450 W
SafetyUL61010-1,CAN/CSA-22.2, No.61010-1-04, EN61010-1, IEC61010-1
EmissionsEN 55011 (Class A), IEC61000-3-2, IEC61000-3-3
ImmunityIEC61326, IEC61000-4-2/3/4/5/6/8/11
Regional Certifications
   Australia/New ZealandAS/NZS 2064
Physical Characteristics
Dimension mm In.
Weight (approx.) kg lbs.
   Net with Package2861.7

Mechanical Cooling

Required Clearance

   Top and Bottom2 cm0.8 in.
   Side15 cm 6 in.
   Rear7.5 cm3 in.
Environmental Operation Non-operation
Temperature+10 °C to +40 °C–20 °C to +60 °C

5% to 80% relative humidity (% RH) at up to +30 °C,

5% to 45% RH above +30° C up to +50° C

5% to 90% relative humidity (% RH) at up to +30 °C,

5% to 45% RH above +30° C up to +50° C

AltitudeUp to 3,048 meters (10,000 feet)Up to 12,192 meters (40,000 feet)
Random Vibration0.27 GRMS, 5 to 500 Hz, 10 minutes per axis2.28 GRMS, 5 to 500 Hz, 10 minutes per axis
Sine Vibration0.33 mmp-p (0.013 in.p-p) constant displacement, 5 to 55 Hz— —
Mechanical ShockHalf-sine mechanical shocks, 30 g peak amplitude 11 msec duration, 3 drops in each direction of each axis— —
   AWG7102/AWG7101/AWG7052/AWG7051 AWG7101/AWG7052/ AWG7051 AWG7102
Standard Option 02 Option 06 (Including Option 02)
 Normal Out Direct Out High Bandwidth

High Bandwidth

Without Interleave

High Bandwidth

With Interleave, zeroing off, (zeroing on)

Maximum Amplitude2 Vp-p1 Vp-p1 Vp-p1 Vp-p1 Vp-p (0.5 Vp-p )
Minimum Amplitude50 mVp-p50 mVp-p500 mVp-p500 mVp-p500 mVp-p (250 mVp-p)
Offset±500 mVN/AN/AN/AN/A
Tr/Tf (20 to 80%)350 ps75 ps45 ps45 ps45 ps
Output Bandwidth750 MHz3.5 GHz5.8 GHz5.8 GHz5.8 GHz
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