Hello

Can E8257D PSG generate two sin signals where the difference of phase of these signals can be programmed.

For example:

signal 1 is expressed as : S1 = sin(100*w)

and signal 2 can be expressed as S2 = sin(100*w+delt) where delt is programmable.

If one device can't finish this job, can I generate these two signals with two E8257D PSG devices.

Thanks.

Can E8257D PSG generate two sin signals where the difference of phase of these signals can be programmed.

For example:

signal 1 is expressed as : S1 = sin(100*w)

and signal 2 can be expressed as S2 = sin(100*w+delt) where delt is programmable.

If one device can't finish this job, can I generate these two signals with two E8257D PSG devices.

Thanks.

Yes, two sine signals can be generated on the E8267D using the Multitone feature. The Multitone function allows you to create from 2 to 64 tones spaced from 100Hz to 80MHz and to program the

phase and amplitude of each one independently. Note the Multitone feature is only found in the E8267D vector PSG and not in the E8257D analog PSG.

In order to accomplish this using the E8257D analog PSG you would need two sources (one for each tone) and a combiner. You would then be able to program the phase of each source independently.

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