## What was the maximum frequency of your function generator?

A typical function generator can provide frequencies up to 20 MHz. RF generators for higher frequencies are not function generators in the strict sense since they typically produce pure or modulated sine signals only.

## What is the minimum and maximum frequency that your signal generator can generate?

The minimum sine and triangle wave frequency of 5 Hz is set by the 16-bit Timer1 period register, and the maximum frequency of 605 Hz (38.7 Ksamples/sec) is set by the time to send each point in the genwaves function, of which the SPI transmission is a major component.

**What is the range of a signal generator?**

RF signal generators typically range from a few kHz to 6 GHz, while microwave signal generators cover a much wider frequency range, from less than 1 MHz to at least 20 GHz. Some models go as high as 70 GHz with a direct coaxial output, and up to hundreds of GHz when used with external waveguide source modules.

### Can a signal generator change frequency?

Agile signal generators are optimized for speed to quickly change the frequency, amplitude, and phase of the signal. They also have the unique capability to be phase-coherent at all frequencies, all the time.

### What is Vmax and Vmin in oscilloscope?

I believe Vmax in this context is the maximum amplitude (magnitude) of the voltage waveform, and Vmin is correspondingly the minimum amplitude. I couldn’t edited the original picture, so here is the resized one. The oscilloscope showed the V max and Vmin for channel 1 is: 3.938 V and -843.8mV.

**What is the maximum output voltage that your signal generator can generate?**

Typical signal generators offer output voltages in the range of 25 mV to 5 V. To drive loads of 50 Ω and higher, powerful discrete components, multiple components in parallel, or expensive ASICs are typically used on the output side.

#### How do I choose a signal generator?

6 Things to Consider Before Buying a Great Signal Generator.

- Waveforms and modulations. It should go without saying, but it’s critical to consider the types of waveforms that could be produced with the signal generator.
- Frequency Limits.
- Resolution.
- Sampling rate.
- Output Impedance.
- Phase Lock Capability.

#### What is the output of signal generator?

The power output of a RF signal generator is defined in terms of dB relative to 1milliwatt (dBm). The most common power output available in RF signal generator is +13dB. The power level in dBm to power level in milliwatt is given below.

**What is low frequency signal generator?**

The low – frequency signal generator is a portable source of electrical frequency oscillations. In the low – frequency generator , it is possible to smoothly adjust the output voltage by means of a dial indicator.

## What is a high Vmax?

Thus, the amount of enzyme becomes the rate-controlling parameter, and an increase in the enzymes increases the maximal velocity or Vmax. Therefore, the higher the enzyme amount, the higher the Vmax of the reaction.

## What is Vmax voltage?

Vmax is of a sine wave voltage waveform is defined as the Positive Amplitudes on the sine wave. The Vrms is defined as square root of the mean of the squares of the values for the one time period of the sine wave.

**How is Vmax calculated in electronics?**

The formula for for Vmax is the square root of the P-rating x resistance. Solving for the 1-k Ohm 1/4 W resistor I get 15.8 V and for the 1.5-k Ohm 1/8-W resistor I get 13.7 V. When added together they total 29.5 V. The answer in back of the book is 22.82 V.

### What is the frequency range of your signal generators?

We offer the widest selection of signal generators from baseband to 67 GHz, with frequency extensions to 1.1 THz. From basic to advanced functionality, each signal generator delivers benchmark performance in its class. The world’s first dual-channel 44 GHz vector signal generator with 2 GHz modulation bandwidth.

### What is the output frequency and amplitude of the signal generator?

The signal generator’s default output tone is a sine wave of frequency 1000Hz (or 1kHz), and amplitude of just 1%. Please be careful not to increase the amplitude level too high so as to damage your audio equipment, or worse your hearing. This virtual signal generator mimics a standard piece of test equipment known as an audio signal generator.

**What makes our signal generators so special?**

From basic to advanced functionality, each signal generator delivers benchmark performance in its class. The world’s first dual-channel 44 GHz vector signal generator with 2 GHz modulation bandwidth. State-of-the-art signal generation for 5G and satellite communications testing.