Description: Data Timing Generator with 4 slots
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Tektronix DTG5334 Data Timing Generator
The DTG5334 Tektronix Data Timing Generator has a Master-Slave task mode, where the number increments with the quantity of the main frames. The quantity of groups relies upon what number of groups the client isolates into the logical channels. The aggregate number of logical channels in each group cannot surpass the quantity of logical channels that the framework can acknowledge. All physical channels are separated into a group of eight channels. To include another group, the user should erase a few groups or decline the quantity of logical channels in a group to guarantee the logical channels required for the new groups.
In the Tektronix DTG5334, a block is characterized as an arrangement of groups that consists of logical channels. The block is a rudimentary input of signal output. To indicate the block length, the user should utilize the block size situated in the Blocks window. The block measure represents the pattern data length or vector length. The block width is the total bit width in the group to which it belongs, that is, the total number of logical channels
With this model, the client can utilize the Data-Listing or Data-Waveform window to alter esteems 0 and 1 in the individual pattern data. Altering is conceivable by the block unit and to direct the block to be altered, the user can utilize the Select Block button indicator.
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|Type||Data Timing Generator|
|Slots for Output Modules||4|
|Master-Slave Capabilities||Up to two DTG5334 mainframes can be connected in Master-Slave|
|Frequency Range||50 kHz to 3.35 GHz, settable up to 3.4 GHz|
|Dimensions||10.5 in. (H) x 17.5 in. (W) x 19.7 in. (L)|
|Weight||38.6 lbs. (without modules)|
|DTG5334 Manual||User Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download|