impedance of the device under test (DUT) you are connecting the 3x25 awg to.
Stable Synch: ensure stability and phase correction between "signal" and "synch" output.
more info in Stable Synchronization
and In-Synch Signal
Force Clock: force generator to use clock info and number of wave points
from the wave file (input) to be feed to 3x25
Signal Boost: try to boost
attenuated / downsampled output before sending to awg
control to limit the wave parameters (amplitude, offset and frequency) according
to the signal profile and Flatness Bandwidth setting
Flatness BW: maximum
allowable frequency to ensure signal flatness (if Flatness BW is On). more info Flatness Control and Bandwidth
Phase Profile: click to choose "phase profile"
csv file to be used for Stable Synch and phase correction. more on
Phase Profile Concept and File
Signal Profile: click to choose "signal profile"
csv file to be used for Flatness Control and Bandwidth. more on
Signal Profile Concept and File
Lock Parm: use value in parameter window for all
MORE ON FORCE CLOCK
AND SIGNAL BOOST:
A) in any possible events, the controller will try to use the original data from
wave file as is if force clock setting is enabled, hence ignoring frequency
value in wave parameter setting. however, if the clock
(sampling rate) value set in the file exceeding the upper and lower limit of
3x25 sampling capability, the program will:
1) Signal Boost Off: round
off the clock value to the limit (2K-200MS/s), but retaining every points in the
file (up to 4096 points limit). hence your signal will become
slower or faster.
2) Signal Boost
On: resample data points to match data speed. eg: in csv file #CLOCK=400e6,
#SIZE=100. program will round off the clock to 200MHz and downsample the data into
50 data points. or eg #CLOCK=1024, #SIZE=100 program will round off the
clock to 2KHz and upsample the data into 200 data points. hence maintaining data speed, as opposed to maintaining data
point count in Signal Boost Off setting.
B) if the Force Clock is enabled,
Stable Synch will be disabled and vice versa.
C) since frequency setting is
ignored in Force Clock mode, Sweep (varying frequency) mode will be unable to
work, hence disabled.
TO NORMAL MODE
PROCEED TO SWEEP MODE
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