Rigol DG1022Z AWG

Rigol completes its DG1000Z generator range with a 25 MHz model

Chinese manufacturer Rigol Technologies announces the extension of its portfolio of generators with the DG1022Z model aimed at users with constrained budgets. This 25 MHz signal generator, marketed at a price of 339 € HT (361$) offers the possibility of generating arbitrary waveforms, pulses, 8th order harmonics and modulated signals as well as injecting random noise. It is equipped with a frequency counter.

In addition to the traditional DDS (Direct Digital Synthesizer) technology, Rigol has equipped this DG1022Z with its signal processing mode (Signal-Fidelity), which reduces signal jitter to 200ps according to the manufacturer.

The DG1022Z has a bandwidth of 25 MHz for sine and square signals and two independent channels. The frequency stability is of the order ± 1 ppm and the phase noise is -125 dBc/Hz.

With the launch of the DG1022Z generator, the Rigol DG1000Z family now includes 3 models covering a frequency band of 25, 30 and 60 MHz marketed from 339 € HT (361$).

Overview of the features of the Rigol DG1022Z generator :

  • 2 independent channels
  • 25MHz frequency band for sine and square signals
  •  Harmonic generator of rank 1 to 8
  • Modulation AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, PSK and PWM
  • Arbitrary generator mode : 2 Mpts of standard memory (16 Mpts optional), 200 Ms / s, 14 bits of resolution
  • 200 MHz 7-digit digital frequency meter
  • 160 predefined waveforms
  • 3.5 “TFT color display
  • USB Host & Device, and LAN Interfaces (LXI CoreDevice 2011)