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Taiwan's Chung Hua University upgrades research capabilities

Posted: 31 Mar 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Tektronix? Chung Hua University? AFG3000? arbitrary/function generator?

Tektronix Inc. announced that the Engineering College of Chung Hua University in Taiwan has selected its AFG3000 arbitrary/function generators to upgrade its electronic engineering research and teaching capabilities.

According to the press release, the college will deploy the AFG3000 series across its four labs to facilitate the delivery of courses, including electronics, microprocessor, VLSI and FPGA, and to assist students in their research projects.

"By equipping our labs with Tektronix's AFG3000 arbitrary/function generators, we are helping to provide our students with the best possible engineering education," said J.H. Tarng, dean of Engineering College, Chung Hua University. "The AFG3000 user interface lets us easily see different types of parameters on its large color display. This enables professors and students to see both detailed parametric values as well as gain an overall graphical appreciation for the waveform shape before connecting the AFG3000 to a device under test or to an oscilloscope. This approach provides an immediate improvement in classroom productivity and effectiveness."

AFG3000 arbitrary/function generator
The AFG3000 Series of Arbitrary/Function Generators, with its large display and intuitive user interface, is both easy to learn and easy to use. Its operation is just as intuitive as Tektronix oscilloscopes, speeding design and time to market. With frequencies up to 240 MHz and sampling rates up to 2 GS/s, the AFG3000 series delivers unmatched performance at an affordable price. Dual channel models allow a completely independent selection of waveforms and frequencies and represent a big advantage in versatility and cost. The front panel memory USB connectivity makes it easy to save and transfer waveforms and settings. With the large color display, users have complete confidence that you are generating the signal you need.

"The AFG3000 arbitrary/function generators are well-suited to the needs of Chung Hua University," said James Alderton, Senior Marketing Director of Asia Pacific, Tektronix. "We designed the AFG3000 series to meet the demanding requirements of today's electronic engineers. These new Tektronix signal sources will enable Chung Hua University students and faculty members to significantly increase their productivity and to expand their capacity for innovation."

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