AWG5000 Series Data Sheet

Arbitrary Waveform Generators

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The AWG5000 Series of arbitrary waveform generators offers the industry's best solution to the challenging signal stimulus issues faced by designers who need to verify, characterize, and debug sophisticated electronic designs.

With an excellent dynamic range over all modulation bandwidths, the AWG5000 Series models provide a 14-bit DAC, sample rates up to 1.2 GS/s, 2 to 4 output channels, synchronized 4 to 8 digital marker outputs, and 28 channels of digital data outputs. These instruments easily solve the toughest measurement challenges in wireless communications, defense electronics, digital consumer product design, data conversion equipment, test system synchronization, and semiconductor design and test.

The open windows (Windows 7) based instruments are easy, convenient to use, and connect with peripherals and other third-party software.

Notice to EU customers

This product is not updated to comply with the RoHS 2 Directive 2011/65/EU and will not be shipped to the EU. Customers may be able to purchase products from inventory that were placed on the EU market prior to July 22, 2017 until supplies are depleted. Tektronix is committed to helping you with your solution needs. Please contact your local sales representative for further assistance or to determine if alternative product(s) are available. Tektronix will continue service to the end of worldwide support life.

Key performance specifications
  • 480 MHz carrier, high dynamic range RF signals

  • High dynamic range IF signals with up to 180 MHz modulation bandwidth
  • 180 MHz modulation bandwidth with -58 dBc SFDR
Key features
  • Only stand-alone AWG with 4 channels simplifies test setup and reduces uncertainty
  • RFXpress software enables quick creation of digitally modulated and radar signals
  • Waveform sequencing and sub-sequencing
    • Enables creation of infinite waveform loops, jumps, and conditional branches
    • Enhance the ability to replicate real-world signal behavior
  • Dynamic jump capability
    • Enables the creation of complex waveforms that respond to changing external environment
  • 2 or 4 differential/single-ended outputs provide testing flexibility
  • Up to 8 marker outputs ideal for system synchronization
  • 28 digital output channels create highly precise digital signals
  • Deep memory enables the creation of long complex waveform sequences
  • Playback of signals captured on scopes and real-time spectrum analyzers allows for simulation of real-world environments
  • Down to 800 ps resolution edge timing shift control
  • 8,000 steps real-time sequencing creates infinite waveform loops, jumps, and conditional branches
  • Easy to use and learn, shortens test time
  • Convenient bench-top form factor
  • Integrated PC supports network integration and provides a built-in DVD, removable hard drive, LAN, and USB ports
Applications
  • High-resolution wireless communications and defense electronics
  • Education and research
  • ADC/DAC testing
  • Mixed-signal design and test
  • Real-world, ideal, or distorted signal generation – including all the glitches, anomalies, and Impairments
  • System synchronization and timing control for large-scale test systems

Industry's best mixed signal stimulus solution for today's complex measurement challenges

 

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EVM/Constellation Measurement

 

The AWG5000 series delivers the optimal combination of sample rate, vertical resolution, signal fidelity, and waveform memory length, all in an easy-to-use self-contained package.

The capabilities of the series are further enhanced by the addition of key features:

Equation Editor

The Equation Editor is an ASCII text editor that uses text strings to create waveforms by loading, editing, and compiling equation files. The editor provides control and flexibility to create more complex waveforms using customer-defined parameters.

Waveform sequencing and sub-sequencing

Real-time sequencing creates infinite waveform loops, jumps, and conditional branches for longer pattern-length generation suitable for replicating real-world behavior of serial transmitters.

Dynamic Jump

The Dynamic Jump capability enables the creation of complex waveforms by enabling the ability to dynamically jump to any predefined index in a waveform sequence. Users can define up to 16 distinct jump indexes that respond to changing external environments.

LXI Class C

Using the LXI Web Interface, you can connect to the AWG5000 Series through a standard web browser by simply entering the AWG's IP address in the address bar of the browser. The web interface enables viewing of instrument status and configuration, as well as status and modification of network settings. All web interaction conforms to the LXI Class C specification.

Wireless I/Q wideband and IF signal generation

The AWG5000 Series provides good SFDR over modulation bandwidths up to 180 MHz, meeting the demands of IQ and IF signal generation.

The RFXpress (RFX100) software package utilizes the raw AWG performance to simplify the creation of RF signals. Supporting a wide range of modulation schemes, the software is flexible enough to create either generic or propriety signals for digital communication systems. Power ramping, frequency hopping, and impairments can easily be added to generate the desired signal.

Radar signal creation

Radar Signal Creation is a software module for RFXpress that gives you the ultimate flexibility in creating pulsed radar waveforms. It gives you the ability to build your own radar pulse suite starting from pulse-to-pulse trains to pulse groups. It supports a variety of modulation schemes including LFM, Barker and Polyphase Codes, User-defined Codes, Step FM, Nonlinear FM, User-defined FM, and Custom modulation. It also has the ability to generate pulse trains with staggered PRI to resolve range and doppler ambiguity, frequency hopping for Electronic Counter-Counter Measures (ECCM), and pulse-to-pulse amplitude variation to simulate Swerling target models including antenna scan patterns, clutter, and multipath effects. RFXpress is a powerful easy-to-use software package to synthesize IQ and IF signals for arbitrary waveform generators. It runs as an integral part of the AWG5000 Series or from an external PC.

Environment signal generation

Radar signals must coexist with other commercial standard signals sharing the same spectrum, yet are still expected to perform with no performance degradation. This isn't unreasonable given its mission-critical operations. To meet this expectation, a radar designer has to thoroughly test all the corner cases at the design/debug stage. The AWG5000 and RFXpress Environment plug-in offers extreme flexibility to define and create these worst-case scenarios.

You can specify up to 25 signals to define your environment, including WiMAX, WiFi, GSM, GSM-EDGE, EGPRS 2A, EGPRS2B, CDMA, W-CDMA, DVB-T, Noise, and CW Radar. This plug-in also allows you to seamlessly import signals from other RFXpress plug-ins (including Radar, Generic Signal, etc.), as well as from Matlab®and from Tektronix spectrum analyzers and oscilloscopes, into your environment. You can also configure PHY parameters of your standard-specific signals. You can define the carrier frequency, power, start time, and duration for all the signals in your environment, so you have full control over the way these signals interact/interfere with each other.

Mixed-signal generation

The AWG5012 and AWG5002 models have optional 28 digital output channels with high-resolution edge placement, making them a great solution for digital signal generation applications, such as digital design and validation, system synchronization, and ADC/DAC testing.

 

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Mixed-signal test by TDS/TLA iView.

 

Specifications

All specifications are guaranteed unless noted otherwise. All specifications apply to all models unless noted otherwise.

Model overview
  AWG5014C AWG5012C AWG5002C
Digital to analog converter
  Sample rate 10 MS/s to 1.2 GS/s 10 MS/s to 600 MS/s
  Resolution 14 bit
Sin (x)/x roll-off
  Sin (x)/x (-1 dB) 300 MHz 150 MHz
  Sin (x)/x (-3 dB) 520 MHz 260 MHz
Frequency domain characteristics
Effective frequency output
Fmaximum (specified) is determined as "sample rate / oversampling rate" or "SR/2.5"
Fmaximum
AWG5014C, AWG5012C AWG5002C
480 MHz 240 MHz
Fmaximum (typical)
AWG5014C, AWG5012C AWG5002C
540 MHz 275 MHz
Effective frequency switching time, standard
Minimum frequency switching time from selected frequencies F1 to F2 is determined as "1/Fmaximum".
Ts
AWG5014C, AWG5012C AWG5002C
2.1 ns 4.2 ns
Ts (typical)
AWG5014C, AWG5012C AWG5002C
1.8 ns 3.7 ns
Modulation bandwidth
Modulation bandwidth is a combination of sin(x)/x and rise time bandwidths, defined as the lower of the sin(x)/x bandwidth or the calculated percentage of rise time bandwidth (as shown).
-1 dB BW = 0.932 × (-1 dB TrBW), typical
AWG5014C, AWG5012C WG5002C
Normal: Up to 130 MHz
Direct: Up to 180 MHz
Normal: Up to 100 MHz
Direct: Up to 130 MHz
-3 dB BW = 0.913 × (-3 dB TrBW), typical
AWG5014C, AWG5012C WG5002C
Normal: Up to 230 MHz
Direct: Up to 300 MHz
Normal: Up to 180 MHz
Direct: Up to 230 MHz
Output amplitude
Amplitude levels are measured as single-ended outputs. Amplitude level will be 3 dBm higher when using differential (both) outputs.
Range (typical)

Normal: -30 dBm to 17 dBm

Direct: -30 dBm to 0 dBm

Resolution (typical)
0.01 dB
Accuracy (typical)
At 0 dBm level, with no offset, ±0.3 dB
Output flatness, typical
Mathematically corrected for characteristic Sin (x)/x roll-off, uncorrected by external calibration methods.

±1.0 dB, from 10 MHz to 480 MHz

Digital data out (option 3)
Number of outputs
14-bit output on Ch1 and Ch2 (28 total)
Output connector
SMB (rear panel), single ended
Output impedance
50 Ω
Digital data out levels (into 50 Ω)
Window
-1.0 V to 2.7 V
Amplitude
0.1 Vp-p to 3.7 Vp-p
Resolution
10 mV
Accuracy
±(10% of setting + 120 mV)
Current (max)
±54 mA per channel
Rise/fall time (20% to 80%)
300 ps (1.0 Vp-p, Hi: 1.0 V, Lo: 0 V)
Delay from marker
-41 ns to -82 ns
Skew between outputs
<400 ps
Time domain characteristics
Data rate
Bit rate is determined as "sample rate / 4 points per cycle", allowing full impairment generation
Bit rate (typical)
AWG5014C, AWG5012C AWG5002C
300 Mb/s 150 Mb/s
Rise/fall time
Rise/fall time measured at 10% to 90% levels
Tr/Tf

Normal: 1.4 ns

Direct: 0.95 ns

Rise time bandwidth
Rise-time bandwidth converted from rise-time (0.34/Tr, assumed Gaussian transition) characteristics through analog output circuitry and cabling.
Tr bandwidth (-1 dB) (typical)

Normal: 140 MHz

Direct: 210 MHz

Tr bandwidth (-3 dB) (typical)

Normal: 250 MHz

Direct: 370 MHz

Low-pass filter
Normal: Bessel type, 50 and 100 MHz
Output amplitude

Amplitude levels are measured between differential outputs (+) and (-). For single-ended output (+) the amplitude level will be one-half the levels below.

Range

Normal: 40 mVp-pto 9.0 Vp-p

Direct: 40 mVp-pto 1.2 Vp-p

Resolution
1.0 mV
Accuracy
At 0.5 V, with no offset, ±(2% of amplitude + 2 mV)
Offset
Range
Normal: ±2.25 V
Resolution
1.0 mV
Accuracy
At minimum amplitude, ±(2.0% of offset +15 mV)
Output distortion characteristics
Spurious Free Dynamic Range (SFDR), direct, typical
SFDR is determined as a function of the directly generated carrier frequency. Harmonics not included
DC to 10 MHz carrier
AWG5014C, AWG5012C

Clock: 1.2 GS/s, 14-bit operation

Frequency: 10 MHz to 480 MHz

Level: 4 dBm (1 Vp-p)

Offset: None

AWG5002C

Clock: 0.6 GS/s, 14-bit operation

Frequency: 10 MHz to 240 MHz

Level: 4 dBm (1 Vp-p)

Offset: None

-70 dBc -74 dBc
10 to 20 MHz carrier
   
-70 dBc -70 dBc
20 to 40 MHz carrier
   
-62 dBc -62 dBc
40 to 80 MHz carrier
   
-62 dBc -57 dBc
80 to 150 MHz carrier
   
-58 dBc -54 dBc
150 to 300 MHz carrier
   
-58 dBc -54 dBc
300 to 480 MHz carrier
   
-56 dBc  
Spurious Free Dynamic Range (SFDR), direct, typical
When viewed as a modulation bandwidth and used with external frequency up-conversion, the specifications will hold and be independent of carrier frequency with proper conversion circuitry design. Harmonics not included
DC to 10 MHz carrier
AWG5014C, AWG5012C

Clock: 1.2 GS/s, 14-bit operation

Modulation Bandwidth: Up to 180 MHz

Level: 4 dBm (1 Vp-p)

Offset: None

AWG5002C

Clock: 0.6 GS/s, 14-bit operation

Modulation Bandwidth: Up to 130 MHz

Level: 4 dBm (1 Vp-p)

Offset: None

-70 dBc -74 dBc
DC to 20 MHz carrier
   
-70 dBc -70 dBc
DC to 40 MHz carrier
   
-62 dBc -62 dBc
DC to 80 MHz carrier
   
-62 dBc -57 dBc
DC to 150 MHz carrier
   
-58 dBc -54 dBc
DC to 180 MHz carrier
   
-58 dBc  
Harmonic distortion
Harmonics
AWG5014C, AWG5012C

Clock: 1.2 GS/s, 14-bit operation

32-point waveform

37.5 MHz output

Normal: 10 dBm (2.0 Vp-p)

Direct: 0 dBm (0.6 Vp-p)

Offset: None

AWG5002C

Clock: 0.6 GS/s, 14-bit operation

32-point waveform

18.7 MHz output

Normal: 10 dBm (2.0 Vp-p)

Direct: 0 dBm (0.6 Vp-p)

Offset: None

Normal: <40 dBc
Direct: <49 dBc
Normal: <46 dBc
Direct: <55 dBc
Non-harmonic distortion
Spurious
AWG5014C, AWG5012C

Clock: 1.2 GS/s, 14-bit operation

Frequency: 10 MHz to 480 MHz

Level: 4 dBm (1 Vp-p)

Offset: None

AWG5002C

Clock: 0.6 GS/s, 14-bit operation

Frequency: 10 MHz to 240 MHz

Level: 4 dBm (1 Vp-p)

Offset: None

< -60 dBc
Phase noise distortion
AWG5014C, AWG5012C AWG5002C
Clock: 1.2 GS/s, 14-bit operation
32-point waveform
37.5 MHz output
Amplitude: 10 dBm (2 Vp-p) at 0 offset, < -85 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset
Clock: 0.6 GS/s, 14-bit operation
32-point waveform
18.7 MHz output
Amplitude: 10 dBm (2 Vp-p) at 0 offset, < -85 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset

 

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AWG5014C/AWG5012C phase noise (typical)

 

 

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AWG5002C phase noise (typical)

 

Jitter
Random jitter (typical)

1010 clock pattern, RMS value

Normal: 5.0 ps
Total jitter (typical)
215 - 1 data pattern (at 10-12 BER), peak-peak value

Normal: 150 ps at 0.5 Gb/s

Hardware characteristics
Number of outputs

AWG5014C, AWG5012C: 4 channels

AWG5002C 2 channels

Output connector
Differential, BNC (front panel)
Output impedance
50 Ω
Waveform length

Standard - to 16M points

Extended memory - to 32M points

Number of waveforms
1 to 16,200 
Sequence length/counter

1 to 8,000 steps

1 to 65,536 count

Run modes
Continuous
Waveform is iteratively output. If a sequence is defined, the sequence order and repeat functions are applied.
Triggered
Waveform is output only once when an internal, external, programmatic (GPIB, LAN), or manual trigger is received.
Gated
Waveform begins output when gate is "True" and resets when gate is "False".
Sequence
Waveform is output as defined by the sequence selected.
Jump
Synchronous and asynchronous.
Sampling clock
Resolution
8 digits
Accuracy

Within ±(1 ppm + Aging)

Aging: Within ±1 ppm per year

Internal trigger generator
Range
1.0 µs to 10.0 s
Resolution
3 digits, 0.1 µs minimum
Output skew control
Range
-5 ns to 5 ns
Resolution
5 ps
Software characteristics
Operating system / peripherals / IO

Windows 7 

4 GB memory CD/DVD drive (front panel)

300 GB Solid State Drive (std) / 1 TB Mechanical Hard Disk Drive (opt) (rear-panel removable, optional front mount kit)

USB compact keyboard and mouse

USB 2.0 compliant ports (6 total - 2 front, 4 rear)

PS/2 mouse and keyboard connections (rear panel)

RJ-45 Ethernet connector (rear panel) supports 10/100/1000BASE-T

eSATA (rear panel)

DVI/I Video (rear panel)

Display characteristics
LED backlit monitor with touch screen, 10.4 in. (264 mm) 1024 × 768 (V) XGA
Waveform file import capability

Import waveform format by series:

*.AWG file created by Tektronix AWG5000 or AWG7000 Series

*.PAT, *.SEQ, *.WFM, and *.EQU file formats created by Tektronix arbitrary waveform generators such as the AWG400/500/600/700 Series

*.TIQ and *.IQT files created by Tektronix real-time spectrum analyzers

*.TFW file created by Tektronix AFG3000 Series arbitrary/function generators

*.DTG file created by Tektronix DTG5000 Series data timing generators

*.WFM or *.ISF file created by Tektronix TDS/DPO Series oscilloscopes text file (*.TXT)

Waveform file export capability

Export waveform format by series:

Tektronix AWG400/500/600/700 (*.wfm or *.pat) and text format

Software driver for third-party applications
IVI-COM driver, MATLAB library
Instrument control / data transfer
GPIB
Remote control and data transfer (conforms to IEEE-Std 488.1, compatible with IEEE-Std 488.2 and SCPI-1999.0)
Ethernet
Remote control and data transfer (conforms to IEEE-Std 802.3)
TekLink
Remote control and data transfer (proprietary bus for Tektronix product high-speed interconnection and communication)
LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation (LXI)
Class LXI Class C, version 1.3 
Auxiliary output characteristics
Markers
Number
AWG5014C: Total of 8 (2 per channel)

AWG5012C, AWG5002C: Total of 4 (2 per channel)

Style
Single-ended
Connector
BNC (front panel)
Impedance
50 Ω
Level (into 50 Ω)

Amplitude levels are measured between differential outputs (+) to (-). Single-ended output amplitude level will be one-half the voltage levels below.

Window -2.0 V to 5.4 V
Amplitude 0.2 Vp-p to 7.4 Vp-p
Resolution 10 mV
Accuracy ±(10% of setting + 120 mV)
Rise/fall time (20% - 80%) 300 ps (1.0 Vp-p, Hi: 1.0 V, Lo: 0.0 V)
Timing skew
Range 0 to 1000 ps
Resolution 50 ps
Delay control
Range 0 to 300 ps
Resolution 1 ps
Accuracy ±(5% of setting + 50 ps)
Jitter
Random RMS (typical) 5 ps
Total p - p (typical) 80 ps (215 - 1 PN pattern at 10-12 BER)
10 MHz reference out
Amplitude
1.2 Vp-p into 50 Ω, maximum 2.5 V open
Connector
BNC (rear panel)
Impedance
50 Ω, AC coupled
Clock output (VCO)
Range
600 MHz, 1.2 GHz
Amplitude
0.4 Vp-p into 50 Ω to ground
Connector
BNC (rear panel)
Impedance
50 Ω, AC coupled
DC outputs
Number
4, independently controlled
Range
-3.0 V to 5.0 V
Resolution
10 mV
Accuracy
±(3% of setting + 120 mV)
Connector
2×4 pin header (front panel)
Current (max)
±100 mA
Auxiliary input characteristics
Trigger / gate in
Polarity
Pos or neg
Range

50 Ω: ±5 V

1 kΩ: ±10 V

Jitter (typical)
2.0 ns to 4.5 ns
Connector
BNC (front panel)
Impedance
50 Ω, 1 kΩ
Threshold
Level: -5.0 V to 5.0 V

Resolution: 0.1 V

Trigger to output uncertainty
Asynchronous (typical):

Between internal/external clock and trigger timing: 2.0 ns to 4.5 ns

Trigger mode
Minimum pulse width 20 ns
Trigger hold-off 160 × sampling period - 200 ns
Delay to output 48 × sampling period + 500 ns
Gated mode
Minimum pulse width 1024 × sampling period + 10 ns
Delay to output 240 × sampling period + 500 ns
Event in
Polarity
Pos or neg
Range

50 Ω: ±5 V

1 kΩ: ±10 V

Connector
BNC (front panel)
Impedance
50 Ω, 1 kΩ
Threshold
Level: -5.0 V to 5.0 V

Resolution: 0.1 V

Sequence mode
Minimum pulse width 20 ns
Event hold-off 200 × sampling period + 500 ns
Delay to output 260 × sampling period + 300 ns (Jump timing: asynchronous jump)
External clock in
Input voltage range
0.2 Vp-p to 0.8 Vp-p, -10 dBm to 2 dBm
Frequency range
600 MHz to 1.2 GHz (acceptable frequency drift of ±5%)
Clock divider
1/1, 1/2, 1/4...1/256 
Connector
BNC (rear panel)
Impedance
50 Ω, AC coupled
Fixed reference clock in
Input voltage range
0.2 Vp-p to 3.0 Vp-p, -10 dBm to 14 dBm
Frequency range
10 MHz, 20 MHz, 100 MHz (within ±0.1%)
Connector
BNC (rear panel)
Impedance
50 Ω, AC coupled
Phase lock in
Input voltage range
0.2 Vp-p to 3.0 Vp-p, -10 dBm to 14 dBm
Frequency range
5 MHz to 600 MHz (acceptable frequency drift is ±0.1%)
Multiplier rate
1 to 240 
Connector
BNC (rear panel)
Impedance
50 Ω, AC coupled
Add in
Input voltage range
±1.0 V
DC gain
Bandwidth
DC to 100 MHz (-3 dB)
Connector
BNC (rear panel)
Impedance
50 Ω, AC coupled
Physical characteristics
Dimensions
Height
mm inches
245  9.6 
Width
mm inches
465  18.0 
Depth
mm inches
500  19.7 
Weight
Net (instrument)
kg lb.
19.5  43 
Net (with packaging)
kg lb.
28.5  62.7 
Mechanical cooling
Clearance
Top/bottom
cm inches
0.8 
Side
cm inches
15 
Rear
cm inches
7.5 
Power supply
Rating
100 to 240 V AC, 47 to 63 Hz
Consumption
450 Watts
EMC environment and safety
Temperature
Operational
10 to 40 °C
Non-operational
20 to 60 °C
Humidity
Operational
5% to 80% relative humidity (% RH) at up to 30 °C, 5% to 45% relative humidity above 30 °C up to 50 °C
Non-operational
5% to 90% relative humidity (% RH) at up to 30 °C, 5% to 45% relative humidity above 30 °C up to 50 °C
Altitude
Operational
Up to 10,000 ft. (3,048 m)
Non-operational
Up to 40,000 ft. (12,192 m)
Vibration
Sine
Operational 0.33 mm p-p (0.013 in p-p) constant displacement, 5 to 55 Hz
Non-operational NA
Random
Operational 0.27 g RMS, 5 to 500 Hz, 10 minutes per axis
Non-operational 2.28 g RMS, 5 to 500 Hz, 10 minutes per axis
Mechanical
Operational
Half-sine mechanical shocks, 30 g peak, 11 ms duration, 3 drops in each direction of each axis
Non-operational
Half-sine mechanical shocks, 10 g peak, 11 ms duration, 3 drops in each direction of each axis
Regulatory
Safety
UL61010-1, CAN/CSA-22.2, No.61010-1-04, EN61010-1, IEC61010-1 
Emissions
EN55011 (Class A), IEC61000-3-2, IEC61000-3-3 
Immunity
IEC61326, IEC61000-4-2/3/4/5/6/8/11 
Regional certifications
Europe EN61326
Australia/New Zealand AS/NZS 2064 

Ordering information

Arbitrary waveform generator mainframe
AWG5014C
1.2 GS/s, 14-bit resolution, 16M point per channel, 4-channel arbitrary waveform generator
AWG5012C
1.2 GS/s, 14-bit resolution, 16M point per channel, 2-channel arbitrary waveform generator
AWG5002C
600 MS/s, 14-bit resolution, 16M point per channel, 2-channel arbitrary waveform generator
Instrument options
Product options

AWG5014C, AWG5012C, AWG5002C

Opt. 01 

Waveform record length expansion (from 16M point to 32M point)

Opt. 05 

Removable mechanical HDD (1 TB)

Opt. 09 

Sub-sequencing and Dynamic Jump option (sub-sequencing files created for legacy AWG400, AWG500, AWG600, and AWG700 instrument are compatible with this option)

Opt. RFX
Adds RFXpress (RFX100) software to the AWG
Opt. RDR

Adds radar signal generation to RFXpress1

Opt. SPARA

Adds S-parameter emulation to RFXpress1

Opt. OFDM

Adds OFDM signal generation to RFXpress1

Opt. ENV

Adds environment signal generation to RFXpress1

Opt. ENV01
Bundling option - Opt. ENV + Opt. RDR1
Opt. ENV02
Bundling option - Opt. ENV + Opt. RDR + Opt. OFDM1
Opt. ENV03
Bundling option - Opt. ENV + Opt. RDR + Opt. OFDM + Opt. SPARA1
Opt. ENV04
Bundling option - Opt. ENV + Opt. RDR + Opt. OFDM + Opt. SPARA + Opt. UWBCT1
Opt. UWBCF
Adds UWB-WiMedia conformance signal generation to RFXpress1
Opt. UWBCT
Adds UWB-WiMedia custom and conformance signal generation to RFXpress1

AWG5012C, AWG5002C

Opt. 03 

28-bit digital data outputs (digital data of CH1 and CH2)

Note: Must be ordered at time of purchase

Opt. 0309 
Combination of Opt. 03 and Opt. 09 

Note : Must be ordered at time of purchase

1Requires Opt. RFX

Power plug options
Opt. A0
North America power plug (115 V, 60 Hz)
Opt. A1
Universal Euro power plug (220 V, 50 Hz)
Opt. A2
United Kingdom power plug (240 V, 50 Hz)
Opt. A3
Australia power plug (240 V, 50 Hz)
Opt. A4
North America power plug (240 V, 50 Hz)
Opt. A5
Switzerland power plug (220 V, 50 Hz)
Opt. A6
Japan power plug (100 V, 50/60 Hz)
Opt. A10
China power plug (50 Hz)
Opt. A11
India power plug (50 Hz)
Opt. A99
No power cord
Language options
Opt. L0
English manual
Opt. L5
Japanese manual
Opt. L7
Simplified Chinese manual
Opt. L8
Traditional Chinese manual
Opt. L10
Russian manual

Language options include translated front-panel overlay for the selected language(s).

Application software
SDX100

Jitter-generation software package (includes USB dongle)

Opt. ISI

S-parameter and ISI creation (requires SDX100 as prerequisite)

Opt. SSC
Spread Spectrum Clock addition option (requires SDX100 as prerequisite)
Service options
Opt. CA1
Single calibration or functional verification
Opt. C3
Calibration Service 3 Years
Opt. C5
Calibration Service 5 Years
Opt. D1
Calibration Data Report
Opt. D3
Calibration Data Report 3 Years (with Opt. C3)
Opt. D5
Calibration Data Report 5 Years (with Opt. C5)
Opt. R3
Repair Service 3 Years (including warranty)
Opt. R5
Repair Service 5 Years (including warranty)
Post sales service options (e.g. AWG5014C-CA1)
CA1
Single calibration or functional verification
R3DW
Repair service coverage 3 years
R5DW
Repair service coverage 5 years
R2PW
Repair service coverage 2 years post warranty
R1PW
Repair service coverage 1 year post warranty
Product upgrade options
AWG50CUP
Option Product Description
M01 AWG5002C models Waveform record length expansion from 16M point to 32M point
M02 AWG5012C models Waveform record length expansion from 16M point to 32M point
M03 AWG5014C models Waveform record length expansion from 16M point to 32M point
D01 All AWG5000C models Additional removable disk - solid state
D02 All AWG5000C models Additional removable disk - mechanical

Note: To add any RFXpress software as an upgrade, please refer to the RFX100 data sheet.

Standard accessories
Accessories
200-4963-xx
Front cover
119-7054-xx
USB mouse
119-7083-xx
Compact USB keyboard
012-1697-xx
Lead set for DC output
020-3099-xx
AWG5000C Series product software CD and instructions
063-4134-xx
Documentation CD with browser
071-3174-xx
Installation and safety manual
Certificate of calibration
As ordered
Power cord
Warranty
One-year parts and labor.
Recommended accessories
Last Modified: 2017-10-02 05:00:00
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