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Function generator equipment is used to generate electrical signals for testing and troubleshooting electronic circuits. It is a versatile piece of equipment that can generate sine, square, and triangle waves, as well as pulse and noise signals. The frequency and amplitude of the generated signals can be adjusted, allowing for precise testing and troubleshooting. Function generators are used in a variety of industries such as aerospace, automotive, and communications.
The price of function generator equipment can vary greatly depending on the features and capabilities of the unit. Basic function generator equipment can be found for under $100, while more advanced models can cost several thousand dollars. Some of the more popular manufacturers of function generator equipment include Tektronix, Fluke, and Agilent. These manufacturers offer a wide range of models with varying features and capabilities, so it is important to do some research to find the right model for your needs.