Tuesday, July 23, 2013

1307.5672 (Muhammad Tanveer Baig et al.)

A scalable, fast and multichannel arbitrary waveform generator    [PDF]

Muhammad Tanveer Baig, Michael Johanning, Andreas Wiese, Stefan Heidbrink, Michael Ziolkowski, Christof Wunderlich
This article reports on development of a multichannel arbitrary waveform generator (MAWG), which simultaneously generates arbitrary voltage waveforms on 24 independent channels with a dynamic update rate of up to 25 Msps. A real-time execution of a single waveform and/or sequence of multiple waveforms in succession, with a user programmable arbitrary sequence order is provided under the control of a stand-alone sequencer circuit implemented using an FPGA. The device is operated using an internal clock and can be synced to other devices by means of the TTL pulses. The device can be used for output voltages in the range of up to +-9 V with a drift rate below +-10 uV/min and a maximum deviation less than +- 300 uVpp over a period of two hours.
View original: http://arxiv.org/abs/1307.5672

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