GAOTek offers a selection of function generators that meet today’s industry needs and offers these function generators for sale to the United States, Canada and Globally.
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GAOTek Function Generator (10 MHz~60 MHz)ID: GAO-FGD-101 USD Call for Quote
This Function Generator (10 MHz ~ 60 MHz) combines Arbitrary Waveform Generation and Function Generation and comes with advanced Direct Digital Synthesizer (DDS) technology to provide stable, precise, pure and low distortion signal.
GAO 3005 USB Arbitrary Waveform Generator and Frequency CounterID: A0210001tek USD
This logic analyzer has one channel of arbitrary waveform output, 8 Bits output, synchronized signal outputs, two channels of Counter/Frequency Measurement inputs, 8 Bits input and external trigger input.
GAO Tek DDS Function Generator with Arbitrary Waveform FunctionID: A0230008tek USD Call for Quote
This logic analyzer with arbitrary waveform function provides a sampling rate of 100 Msa/s, a vertical resolution of 8 bit and a waveform length of 1 kpts based on Direct Digital Synthesis (DDS) technology
GAOTek DDS Function Generator (40 µHz to 60 MHz)ID: A0230007tek USD Call for Quote
This highly accurate DDS function generator based has highly stable output and has a frequency range of 40 µHz to 60 MHz and output waveforms include Sine, Square, Pulse and DC
GAO Tek DDS Function Generator (40 µHz to 5 MHz)ID: A0230006tek USD Call for Quote
This DDS function generator is used in development, testing and repair of electronic equipment.
GAOTek DDS Function GeneratorID: A0230004tek USD Call for Quote
This DDS(Direct Digital Synthesized) function generator has a highly accurate and highly stable output. It’s designed based on DDS(Direct Digital Synthesized) technology. Its frequency range is 40 µHz to 10 MHz and output waveforms includes Sine, Square, Pulse and DC
GAOTek Digital RF Millivoltmeter and Frequency CounterID: A0230003tek USD Call for Quote
This compact Digital RF Millivoltmeter and frequency counter measures sinusoidal signal voltage, over a wide frequency range of 10 kHz to 2000 MHz.