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A signal generator is a type of electronic test equipment used to generate electrical signals. It is used to test and troubleshoot circuits and components in a variety of electronic applications. Signal generators are used in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, telecommunications, and medical.
Signal generators are available in a variety of forms, including analog and digital, and with various features and capabilities. They can produce a wide range of signals, such as sine, square, triangle, and pulse waveforms. They can also be used to simulate environmental conditions, such as temperature and vibration. Signal generators are used to test the performance of electronic circuits and components, such as amplifiers, filters, and oscillators.
The price range for signal generator equipment varies widely depending on the type, features, and capabilities. Entry-level signal generators can cost as little as a few hundred dollars, while high-end models can cost several thousand dollars. Popular manufacturers of signal generator equipment include Tektronix, Rohde & Schwarz, and Keysight Technologies.