Stanford Research DS360 Ultra-Low Disortion Function Generator

Description:

The performance of a low distortion analog source and the precision of direct digital synthesis (DDS) is combined in the DS360. With less than 0.001 % total harmonic distortion (THD), 25 ppm frequency accuracy, and a broad range of features including sweeps and bursts, the DS360 is the ideal source for audio frequency applications.   

Unlike conventional RC oscillators, the DS360 uses digital signal processing and a precision 20-bit D/A converter to provide better than -100 dB distortion over the audio frequency range. With its DDS architecture the DS360 has the features and flexibility of a contemporary synthesized function generator. Careful shielding and board layout keep the output noise to a minimum, making the DS360 the instrument of choice for audio research and development, manufacturing, and automated testing.

Features:

  • 10 mHz to 200 kHz frequency range
  • <-100 dBc distortion (to 20 kHz)
  • Sine, square, white and pink noise
  • 20 µVpp to 40 Vpp output range
  • Linear and log frequency sweeps
  • 25 ppm frequency accuracy
  • SPDIF/EIAJ and AES-EBU outputs
  • Balanced and unbalanced outputs
  • RS-232 and GPIB interfaces

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