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Agilent HP (Keysight Technologies) 8116A Main Features and Specifications

Agilent HP (Keysight Technologies) 8116A

  Agilent HP (Keysight Technologies) 8116A Specs (99.9 KB)
Frequency Range Min.  1.0 mHz 
Frequency Range Max.  50.0 MHz 
Freq. Resolution  -- 
Waveform Outputs  Sine, Square, Triangle, Pulse  
Modulation  AM, FM  
Status Discontinued
Discontinuance Date Jan-1997
Supported until May-2002
Agilent HP (Keysight Technologies)

The 8116A Function Generator is fully programmable and features pulse as well as function generator capabilities in one small instrument. 1mHz to 50MHz band for all waveforms and a wide choice of operating and modulating modes assures high flexibility. Offers a wide range of operating capability, self-prompting operating concept, error recognition and self test, sine, triangle, square, haverfunctions and DC, variable (10 ns/min) pulse width, 6 ns transitions. In normal mode its auto-vernier increments any desired parameter continuously until a stop signal is applied.

  • Sine, triangle, haverfunctions and DC
  • 1mHz - 50MHz, 32Vpp for all waveforms
  • Variable(10ns min) pulse width, 6ns transitions
  • Modulation
  • Self-prompting operating concept
  • Error recognition and self test