Its unique design integrates a graphical editing display with the most powerful hardware output capabilities available. This allows on-screen viewing of waveform editing and simplifies what-if test scenarios by easily allowing the creation of composite signals.
The AWG 500 uses a graphical user interface to overcome the historical difficulties associated with developing arbitrary and complex waveforms.
Several intuitive and powerful techniques are built-in to develop and edit custom waveforms.
The standard AWG 510 configuration provides up to 2 V output or 4 V into a differential input with the complementary output, each with 10-bits vertical resolution. Option 03 adds an independent 10-bit-wide digital data port which can be used in conjunction with the marker outputs for data generation up to 12-bits wide at up to 1 GHz (14-bits AWG 520).
The standard AWG 520 configuration provides 2 channels. Each channel provides 10-bit vertical resolution with amplitudes up to 2 Vp-p.