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Model 3362

300MS/s Dual-Channel Arbitrary Waveform Generator

The 3362 is a dual-channel, high performance waveform generator that can be used as either complex arbitrary waveform generator or extremely high-speed function generator, with up to 12 bits of vertical resolution.
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  • Dual-channel 300 MS/s waveform generators
  • Synthesized function generator to 150 MHz
  • 12 Bit vertical resolution
  • 4 Meg word waveform memory, 16 Meg word memory, optional (per channel)
  • 10 Built-in popular standard waveforms
  • Waveform linking, looping and sequencing with up to 4096 segments and up to 16 sequence tables for generating a sequence of sequences
  • Precisely controlled inter-channel phase relationships
  • Triggered, gated and burst modes
  • Amplitude modulation
  • GPIB and RS-232 interfaces
  • ArbConnection software for easy waveform creation & control

Arbitrary Waveform Generator

The 3362 is a two-channel Waveform Generator with 4 Meg word (optional 16 Meg word per channel) of waveform memory. Model 3362 is high performance waveform generator and can be used as either arbitrary waveform generators or high-speed function generators. It generates waveforms with 12 bits of vertical resolution, each channel has its own waveform generator with independent amplitude, offset, and amplitude modulation controls. The 3362 have auxiliary outputs on each channel that provide the same waveforms as the main output with a fixed 1 volt output. Model 3362 is ideal for applications requiring complex signal generation such as I & Q signal simulation.

High Speed Function Generator

The 3362 generates standard functions such as sine, square and triangle waves. Sine and square waves can be generated at up to 150 MHz, making the 3362 the fastest function generators available today. The internal reference oscillator provides 1 ppm accuracy and has excellent long term stability. An external frequency reference can be used if better accuracy or stability is required.

Amplitude Modulation

Amplitude modulation and suppressed carrier modulation is available on all waveforms, and is controlled via an external signal. 0% to 200% modulation is possible at bandwidths up to 1 MHz.

Extensive Trigger Modes

In addition to continuous waveform generation, operation of the 3362 can be triggered in a number of modes. A single waveform occurrence can be initiated with the trigger function, or a specific number of waveforms (up to 1 million) produced with either internal, external or manual triggers. The gated function will allow waveform generation whenever the gating signal is true.

Precise Inter-Channel Phase Control

In the 3362, both channels share a common precision sample clock, and both channels are triggered from the same source. This ensures that channel-to-channel timing is tightly synchronized. Precise control over channel-to-channel phase offset is achieved by allowing control over channel start phase with a resolution down to as small as 1 waveform point. This enables extremely accurate timing or phase dependencies to be studied, such as those found in high speed digital communication systems.

Waveform Sequencing

For long or very complex waveforms, waveform memory can be divided into up to 4096 smaller segments and different waveforms can be loaded into each segment. The various segments may then be loaded into a sequence table to generate long and complex waveforms. The sequence table can link up to 4096 segments, while each segment can loop up to 1 million times. Model 3362 can store up to 16 different sequence tables, then use these for generating a sequence of sequences. This capability makes it possible to generate even the most complex signals.


Unlimited Source of Arbitrary Waveforms. With the ArbConnection software you can control instruments functions, modes and features. You can also create virtually an unlimited variety of test waveforms. Freehand sketch allows you to draw your own custom waveform for quick analysis of analog signals. You can use the built-in equation editor to create your own exotic functions. Add or subtract components of a Fourier series to characterize digital or analog filters or, inject random noise into a signal to test immunity to auxiliary noise.


General purpose waveform generation. < br /> General purpose arbitrary generation. < br /> Video and television sets testing. < br /> I/Q signal simulation.< br /> ADSL / Cable Modem testing.< br /> Hard drive testing.< br /> Material stress testing. < br /> Electronic drive for medical, chemical, and mechanical applications. < br /> Electronic drive for vibration tables. < br /> Automatic test systems.

Output Channels
Inter-Channel COntrol
Standard Waveforms
Arbitrary Waveforms
Sequenced Arbitrary Waveforms
Sequenced Sequences
Common Characteristics
AM Modulation
Triggering Characteristics


1 16M memory per channel



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Note: Options and Accessories must be specified at the time of your purchase.

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Third Party NI-VISA Software (Runtime) 16/06/2015
Ver. 14.0.1
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Data sheet Data Sheet for model 3362 26/07/2006
Ver. E
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Software ArbConnection 3.1
for models 8023, 8024, 8025, 8026, 3361 and 3362 with Frimware version 1.6 or higher
Ver. 3.1.20
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Drivers IVI driver for models 3361 and 3362

Application development environments: MATLAB, LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI, Visual C, Visual Basic
Ver. 1.1.14
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Manuals Users Manual for models 3361 / 3362 23/05/2004
Ver. 1.2
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