gft7012

Features

  • 8 independent delay channels
    1ps time resolution
    < 10 ps jitter for internal triggered delays
  • Output pulse 2.5 to10V, 3 ns rise time in 50Ω
  • Internal or External clocking up to 100MHz
  • Independent control of delay, width and amplitude
  • Controlled via Ethernet and front panel

- Datasheet

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 Features

  • Eight simutaneous outputs
    • 3V / 50 Ω amplitude
    • 150 ns Width
    • <5ns rise time
    • <20ps RMS jitter
    • LEMO connectors
  • Trigger source
    • External
    • Push button
  • cPCI 6U, 1 slot form factor.
  • Option: Stand alone Rack 19″, 1U

- Datasheet

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Features

  • 8 simultaneous fast high voltage pulses
  • Output pulses
    • +/- 100V amplitude under 50Ω
    • 100 to 150ns width
    • 6ns rise time under 50Ω
    • <20ps RMS input to output jitter
  • cPCI, 6U, 1 slot form factor

- Datasheet


GFT7513

Features

  • 100 KHz – 13 GHz Frequency range
  • 0.0001 Hz Frequency step
  • -140 dBc/Hz Phase noise @ 1 GHz center, 20 KHz offset
  • 3.5 µs Frequency switching time (200 MHz VCO step)
  • USB or RS-232 interface for remote control (CP102 USB to COM bridge)
  • +12 Vdc Power Supply (AC/DC adaptor included)
  • Compact packaging: 105 mm W x 256 mm D x 27 mm H
  • Option: High stability Internal Reference

- Datasheet

GFT7002

Features

  • Output Step
    • 300ps Rise Time
    • 10V/50R Amplitude
    • 100ns Step duration
    • < 15ps jitter ch./ch.
  • Output Trigger 
    • 10V/50Ω Amplitude
    • 1ns Rise time
    • 100ns to 1 ms duration
  • Adjustable delay from trigger on both channels
  • Controlled via Front panel, or Ethernet or Web page.

- Datasheet

GFT7021

Features

  • Generate short pulse:
    • 40ps to 250ps tunable width
    • >2V amplitude under 50Ohms
  • External clock: repetition rate up to 3GHz
  • Operate from 110/220V
  • Upcoming options:
    • internal trigger
    • burst mode
    • control via Ethernet / USB
    • optical output

- Datasheet

Features

  • Four independent optical pulses
  • 0.5 to 1.5 mW amplitude
  • 0.1 to 10 µs width
  • 1ns rise time
  • Two independent electrical pulses
  • 2.5 to 10 V amplitude
  • 0.1 to 10 µs width
  • 1 ns rise time
  • Delay from the trigger (1 ps resolution, 50 ps RMS jitter) is adjustable on each pulse
  • Compact packaging (1U, 19")
  • All parameters may be controlled via front panel, Ethernet or Internet Browser

- Datasheet