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  • ModelAWG70000B
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  • DescriptionArbitrary Waveform Generators
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The AWG70000B Series arbitrary waveform generators (AWG) represent the cutting edge for sample rate, signal fidelity, and waveform memory, making them ideal for design, testing, and operations of complex components, systems and experiments. With up to 50 GS/s and 10-bit vertical resolution, it delivers the industry’s best signal stimulus solution for easy generation of ideal, distorted, and “real-life” signals.

Key performance specifications

  • Sample rates up to 50 GS/s
  • -80 dBc spurious free dynamic range
  • 10 bits vertical resolution
  • Waveform memory of up to 32 GSamples

Key features

  • Complete solution for wideband RF signal generation in a single box
    • Direct generation of wideband signals with carriers up to 20 GHz, removing the need for external RF conversion
  • Simulate real-world analog effects on high speed digital data streams
    • Model signal impairments up to speeds of 12.5 GB/s
  • Generate high precision RF signals
    • Spurious Free Dynamic Range performance better than -80 dBc
  • Create high speed baseband signals for optical transmission with the vertical resolution to handle higher order complex modulation
    • 10 bits of vertical resolution at a sample rate of 50 GS/s
  • Create long waveforms scenarios without building complex sequences
    • Up to 32 GSamples of Waveform Memory plays 640 ms of data at 50 GS/s
  • Synchronize multiple units (manually or with the AWG Synchronization Hub) to achieve a multi-channel high speed AWG system
  • Fully operational without external PC
    • Built-in display and buttons make it possible to quickly select, edit and play waveforms directly from the front panel of the AWG
  • Simulate real-world environments by playing back captured signals
    • Waveforms captured with Oscilloscopes or Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers can be played back, edited, or re-sampled on the AWG
  • Smooth transition from simulation to the real-world testing environment
    • Waveform vectors imported from third-party tools such as MATLAB
  • Sequencer with Streaming ID
    • Control the Sequencer directly via a network interface connection


  • Wideband RF/MW for communications and defense electronics
    • Output wideband RF signals up to 20 GHz
  • Validation and compliance testing of high speed silicon and communications devices
    • Easily stress test receivers with a wide array of signal impairments
  • Coherent optical research
    • Generation of high Baud rate baseband signals with higher order, complex modulation
  • Leading edge research in electronics, physics & chemistry
    • High speed, low jitter signal source generates uniquely specified analog signals, fast pulses, data streams and clocks

Performance you can count on

Depend on Tektronix to provide you with performance you can count on. In addition to industry-leading service and support, this product comes backed by a standard one-year warranty.

Seamless transition from simulation to generation

If a waveform can be defined or captured, then the AWG70000B can generate the signal. The creation of the waveform can happen in many ways. Waveform creation plug-ins, which are optimized to work specifically with the Tektronix AWG family, provide specific waveform creation capabilities, while 3rd party solutions like MATLAB, Excel, or others, have the flexibility to create any waveform you desire. Waveforms created in any of these packages can be imported and played back in the AWG70000B, seamlessly transitioning from the simulation world to the real world.

Additionally, any signals captured on Tektronix oscilloscopes or Real-Time Spectrum analyzers can be loaded into the AWG70000B and played back. With the use of the built in waveform generation plug-ins, the captured signal can also be modified or changed to meet any specific requirements that may exist.

Wideband RF signal generation

RF signals are becoming more and more complex, making it more difficult to accurately create the signals required for the testing and characterization of RF systems. To address these challenges, RF Generic delivers advanced capabilities to synthesize digitally modulated baseband, IF and RF/microwave signals supporting a wide range of modulation schemes.

The RF Generic, Radar, Multitone, OFDM, and Environment plug-in’s easy to use graphical user interfaces integrate seamlessly with the AWG70000B Series user interface or the SourceXpress remote PC application.

The AWG70000B with the RF Generic Plugin allows complex RF Waveform Generation

The latest digital RF technologies often exceed the capabilities of other test instruments because of the need to generate the wide-bandwidth and fast-changing signals that are increasingly seen in many RF applications such as Radar, RF communications, OFDM, and Multi-tone. When used in conjunction with the specific plugin, the AWG70000B Series supports a wide range of modulation formats and simplifies the task of creating complex RF waveforms. The AWG70000B Series instruments provide customers with ways to generate fully modulated baseband, intermediate frequency (IF) signals, or directly generated RF waveforms up to 20 GHz.

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3 GHz wide multi-carrier signal generated on the AWG70000B with over 60 dBC SFDR

Radar signal creation

Generating advanced radar signals often demands exceptional performance from an AWG in terms of sample rate, dynamic range, and memory. The Tektronix AWG70000B Series sets a new industry standard for advanced radar signal generation, by delivering wide modulation bandwidths up to 20 GHz. With a sample rate of up to 50 GS/s, the AWG70000B Series can directly generate RF signals never before possible from an AWG. In instances where IQ generation is desired, the AWG70000B offers the ability to oversample the signal, thereby improving signal quality with its outstanding SFDR performance.

The AWG70000B and the Radar plug-in are the perfect solution for creating complex radar signals. Users get the ultimate flexibility in creating custom radar pulse suites. Modulation types such as LFM, Barker and Polyphase Codes, Step FM, and Nonlinear FM are easily created using the AWG, and the flexibility of the plug-in enables the creation of waveforms requiring customer-defined modulation. The combination AWG and Radar plug-in solution also has the ability to generate pulse trains with staggered PRI to resolve range and doppler ambiguity, frequency hopping for Electronic Counter-Counter Measures (ECCM), and pulse-to-pulse amplitude variation to simulate Swerling target models including antenna scan patterns, clutter, and multipath effects.

AWG radar pulses created with AWG70000B and Radar plug-in

Environment signal generation

The mission-critical nature of many radar signals requires that they coexist with standards-based commercial signals sharing the same spectrum without performance degradation. To meet this expectation, a radar designer has to thoroughly test all the corner cases at the design/debug stage. The AWG70000B and the Environment plug-in offers extreme flexibility to define and create these worst-case scenarios.

You can specify up to 50 scenarios to define your environment, including WiMAX, WiFi, GSM, CDMA, W-CDMA, DVB-T, Noise, Bluetooth, LTE, OFDM, Radar and more. This plug-in also allows you to seamlessly import signals from other plug-ins (including Radar, RF Generic etc.), as well as from Matlab® and from Tektronix spectrum analyzers and oscilloscopes, into your environment. You can also configure PHY parameters of your standard-specific signals. You can define the carrier frequency, power, start time, and duration for all the signals in your environment, so you have full control over the way these signals interact/interfere with each other.

Multiple scenarios with multiple emitters using the Environment plug-in

Coherent optical

Today’s high speed and increasingly web driven world is pushing the demand for short and long haul coherent optical development. Phase modulation, high baud rate, high sample rate, bandwidth and resolution are all critical to optical applications. Tektronix understands the challenges and inconsistencies of coherent optical testing and offers a reliable, easy to set up and high performing tool set for optical testing, waveform generation and calibration.

The Tektronix AWG70000B Series Arbitrary Waveform Generator (AWG) can reach sampling rates as high as 50 GS/s with 10 bits vertical resolution. Such level of performance allows for the direct generation of IQ basebands signals required by modern coherent optical communication systems based on quadrature modulation of an optical carrier with data rates well over 200Gb/s. Multiple AWG70000Bs can be synchronized (manually or with the AWG Synchronization Hub) to use the max 50 GS/s on each baseband signal with low EVM and 32 Gbaud performance.

Generating the desired signal is only the first challenge in coherent optical. The quality of the signal, low EVM’s and having a clear open eye is crucial. The Optical plug-in, in conjunction with the pre-compensation plug-in, can be used for calibration of the AWG to the device under test and for precompensation of coherent optical signals.

Generic OFDM creation

In today’s wireless world, OFDM is becoming the modulation method of choice for transmitting large amounts of digital data over short and medium distances. The need for wide bandwidths and multiple carriers create challenges for engineers who need to create OFDM signals to test their RF receivers. The AWG70000B Series, when coupled with the OFDM plug-in, allows users to configure every part of the OFDM signal definition. Engineers can build signals symbol-by-symbol to create a complete OFDM frame or let the plug-in choose default values for some signal aspects. The combined AWG and OFDM plug-in supports a variety of data coding formats that include Reed Solomon, Convolution, and Scrambling. Users also have the ability to define each subcarrier in the symbol which can be configured independently for type, modulation, and base data. The OFDM plug-in gives visibility into all aspects of the OFDM signal by providing a symbol table that gives a summary of all the carriers in the selected symbol. OFDM packets/ frames can be built by specifying the spacing between the symbols/frames and parts of the OFDM packets can be stressed by adding gated noise.

High-speed serial signal generation

Serial signals are made up entirely of binary data — simple ones and zeros. As clock rates have increased, these simple ones and zeros have begun to look more like analog waveforms because analog events are embedded in the digital data. The zero rise time and the perfect flat tops of textbook digital signals no longer represent reality. Electronic environments have noise, jitter, crosstalk, distributed reactances, power supply variations, and other shortcomings. Each takes its toll on the signal. A real-world digital “square wave” rarely resembles its theoretical counterpart.

Since the AWG70000B Series is an analog waveform source, it is the perfect single-box solution used to create digital data streams and mimic the analog imperfections that occur in real-world environments. The use of direct synthesis techniques allow engineers to create signals that simulate the effects of propagation through a transmission line. Rise times, pulse shapes, delays, and aberrations can all be controlled. When used in conjunction with the High Speed Serial (HSS) plug-in, engineers are provided control over every aspect of their digital signals, reaching speeds of up to 50 Gb/s. This is exactly what is needed for rigorous receiver testing requirements.

Easily create digital data impairments with the AWG70000B and HSS plug-in

The HSS plug-in allows the AWG70000B Series instruments to create a variety of digital data impairments such as jitter (Random, Periodic, Sinusoidal), noise, pre/de-emphasis, duty cycle distortion, Inter-symbol Interference (ISI), Duty Cycle Distortion (DCD), and Spread Spectrum Clocking (SSC). The transmission environments of both boards and cables can be emulated using S-parameter files that can be applied to any waveform. The AWG70000B and the HSS plug-in also provides base pattern waveforms for many of today’s high-speed serial applications such as SATA, Display Port, SAS, PCI-E, USB, and Fibre Channel.

For high-speed serial applications, the AWG70000B Series offers the industry’s best solution for addressing challenging signal stimulus issues faced by digital designers who need to verify, characterize, and debug complex digital designs. The file-based architecture uses direct synthesis to create complex data streams and provides users with the simplicity, repeatability, and flexibility required to solve the toughest signal generation challenges in high-speed serial communication applications.

Digital data with de-emphasis added using the AWG70000B and the HSS plug-in

Create correction coefficients

Compensate for imperfections in your test setup introduced by cabling, passive and active RF components and devices to achieve a flat frequency and linear phase response from your AWG. The Precompensation plug-in for current Tektronix AWG instruments and the PC SourceXpress software allows users to compensate for the first and second Nyquist zones of the AWG. Users can define the LO frequency and choose to get correction coefficients for either lower side band or upper side band, as well as define the carrier frequency. In all the modes, users can define the bandwidth of compensation either by specifying start and end frequencies (RF & IF) or bandwidth (in IQ/IQ with modulator).

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The AWG70000B with the Generic Precompensation plug-in

Streaming ID

Managing a dynamic reproduction of an RF test environment can sometimes mean keeping track of thousands of individual waveforms. The new Streaming Waveform ID (Streaming WID) option adds a dedicated ethernet port to the rear panel of the instrument. This port allows for direct access to the sequencer hardware via UDP-formatted packets enabling immediate access to over 16000 sequence steps available in system memory. Replicate the chaos of the real world with unprecedented accuracy and accomplish more in less time with Streaming WIDs.

Option AC

The AWG70001B, with Option AC, provides you with an additional high output amplitude connector. Option AC adds a single-ended AC coupled connector to the front panel of the single channel AWG70001B Arbitrary Waveform Generator. User controls are added to allow switching the output path between the standard Direct output connectors or the AC output connector. When switched to the AC path, additional user controlled amplification and attenuation is added to the signal path.

In AC output mode, you can choose one of the four signal filter paths and set the output amplitude, letting the instrument automatically set the step attenuators in the selected filter path. For greater control, you can manually set the attenuation of the step attenuators for your selected filter path.

  • No filter: -70 to +25 dBm at 1 GHz CW calibration frequency
  • 11.5 GHz Low Pass: -70 to +25 dBm at 1 GHz CW calibration frequency
  • 10 GHz – 14.5 GHz Band Pass: -77 to +18 dBm at 11 GHz CW calibration frequency
  • 13 GHz – 18 GHz Band Pass: -90 to +20 dBm at 14 GHz CW calibration frequency
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LXI Class C

Using the LXI Web Interface, you can connect to the AWG70000B Series through a standard web browser by simply entering the AWG’s IP address in the address bar of the browser. The web interface enables viewing of instrument status and configuration, as well as status and modification of network settings. All web interaction conforms to the LXI Class C specification.


All specifications are typical unless noted otherwise. All specifications apply to all models unless noted otherwise.

Model overview

  AWG70001B AWG70002B
Digital to analog converter    
  Sample rate 1.5 kS/s – 50 GS/s 1.5 kS/s – 25 GS/s
Resolution 10 bit (no markers selected), 9 bit (one marker selected), or 8 bit (two markers selected)
Number of channels 1 2

Hardware characteristics

Run modes
Waveform is continuously repeated
Waveform is output only once after a trigger is received
Triggered Continuous
Waveform is continuously repeated after a trigger is received
Waveform memory
Standard: up to 2 GSamples

With extended memory: up to 32 GSamples

Standard: up to 2 GSamples per channel

With extended memory: up to 16 GSamples per channel

Minimum waveform length
Triggered run modes
AWG70001B: 4800 points

AWG70002B: 2400 points

Continuous run mode
1 point
Waveform granularity
Continuous run mode
1 point
Triggered run modes
AWG70001B: 2 points

AWG70002B: 1 point

Waveform interleaving

Non-interleaved when ≤ 25GS/s

Interleaved when > 25GS/s

Non-interleaved at all sample rates
DAC Resolution

8-bit, 9-bit, or 10-bit

Analog output characteristics

Number of channels
1 channel
2 channels
Connector type
Aeroflex/Weinschel Planar Crown Universal Connector System with SMA female adapter
Output impedance
50 Ω
Effective frequency output
Fmaximum (specified) is determined as “sample rate / oversampling rate” or “SR / 2.5”.

20 GHz
10 GHz

Measured with a multi-sine waveform with equal amplitude across the band. The Sin(x)/x response is mathematically removed from the measured response before recording the -3 dB crossing.

15 GHz
13.5 GHz
Output amplitude

Amplitude levels are measured between differential outputs (+) to (-). For single-ended output, the amplitude level will be one-half the specified voltage levels.

500 mVp-p to 1 Vp-p
1.0 mV
±(2% of amplitude + 1 mV)
Rise/fall time

Rise/fall time measured at 20% to 80% levels, related by a factor of 0.75 to the industry standard of 10% to 90% levels.


Sampling rate ≤ 25 GS/s: < 23 ps

Sampling rate at 50 GS/s: < 27 ps

< 22 ps
Serial data bit rate

Bit rate determined as “sample rate / 4 points per cycle”, allowing full impairment generation.


12.5 Gb/s

6.25 Gb/s
Output flatness
±1.8 dB up to 10 GHz,

+1.8 dB to -3 dB from 10 GHz to 15 GHz

+0.8 dB to -1.5 dB up to 10 GHz
Output match, SWR
DC to 5 GHz = 1.32:1

5 GHz to 10 GHz = 1.52:1

10 GHz to 20 GHz = 1.73:1

DC to 10 GHz = 1.61:1

Frequency response


AWG70001B frequency response at 50 GS/s with Sin(x)/x response mathematically removed from measured data.

AWG70001B measured frequency response and ideal Sin(x)/x response at 50 GS/s.


AWG70002B frequency response at 25 GS/s with Sin(x)/x response mathematically removed from measured data.

AWG70002B measured frequency response and ideal Sin(x)/x response at 25 GS/s.


Ordering information


AWG70001B Arbitrary Waveform Generator: 1-Channel, 10-bit, up to 50 Gs/s
AWG70001B AC3 Amplifier and attenuator option for AWG 70000 series
AWG70001B BASIC3 Standard attenuation for AWG 70000 series
AWG70000-150 Mandatory License; 50 Gs/s Sample Rate for AWG70001B; Node Locked
AWG70001B SEQ Add Sequencing to the AWG70001B; requires export control license
AWG70001B STRID Add Streaming ID to the AWG70001B; requires SEQ and export control license
AWG70000-MEM License; Increase memory to 32GS (on AWG70001B) or 16GS per channel (on AWG70002B); Node Locked
AWG70002B Arbitrary Waveform Generator: 2-Channel, 10-bit, up to 25 Gs/s
AWG70002B BASIC Mandatory. Base configuration for the AWG 70002B
AWG70000-2083 License; 8 Gs/s sample rate for the AWG 70002B; Node Locked
AWG70000-2163 License; 16 Gs/s sample rate for the AWG 70002B; Node Locked
AWG70000-2253 License; 25 Gs/s sample rate for the AWG 70002B; Node Locked
AWG70002B SEQ Add Sequencing to the AWG70002B; requires export control license
AWG70002B STRID Add Streaming ID to the AWG70002B; requires SEQ and export control license
AWG70000-MEM License; Increase memory to 32GS (on AWG70001B) or 16GS per channel (on AWG70002B); Node Locked

Instrument options

Power plug options

Opt. A0 North America power plug (115 V, 60 Hz)
Opt. A1 Universal Euro power plug (220 V, 50 Hz)
Opt. A2 United Kingdom power plug (240 V, 50 Hz)
Opt. A3 Australia power plug (240 V, 50 Hz)
Opt. A4 North America power plug (240 V, 50 Hz)
Opt. A5 Switzerland power plug (220 V, 50 Hz)
Opt. A6 Japan power plug (100 V, 50/60 Hz)
Opt. A10 China power plug (50 Hz)
Opt. A11 India power plug (50 Hz)
Opt. A12 Brazil power plug (60 Hz)
Opt. A99 No power cord

Language options

Opt. L0 English manual
Opt. L5 Japanese manual
Opt. L7 Simplified Chinese manual
Opt. L8 Traditional Chinese manual
Opt. L10 Russian manual
Opt. L99 No manual

Service options

Opt. C3 Calibration Service 3 Years
Opt. C5 Calibration Service 5 Years
Opt. D1 Calibration Data Report
Opt. D3 Calibration Data Report 3 Years (with Opt. C3)
Opt. D5 Calibration Data Report 5 Years (with Opt. C5)
Opt. G3 Complete Care 3 Years (includes loaner, scheduled calibration, and more)
Opt. G5 Complete Care 5 Years (includes loaner, scheduled calibration, and more)
Opt. R3 Repair Service 3 Years (including warranty)
Opt. R5 Repair Service 5 Years (including warranty)

Standard accessories

131-8689-xx Analog output Planar Crown 7005A-1 SMA female adapters (preinstalled)
AWG70001B: two (three with Option AC)
AWG70002B: four
015-1022-xx One 50 Ω SMA terminator per channel
—Installation and safety manual (Specify language option at time of order.)
—Certificate of calibration
—Power cord (Specify power cord option at time of order.)

Recommended accessories

Item Description Part number
Synchronization Hub Enables fast synchronization of multiple AWG70000 series instruments AWGSYNC01 Synchronization Hub
GPIB to USB Adapter Enables GPIB control through USB B port TEK-USB-488
Rack mount kit Rack mount kit for AWG70000 Series AWGRACK
MDC4500-4B DC amplifier for MIPI applications MDC4500-4B
Baluns 300 kHz – 26.5 GHz Marki BAL-0026
5 MHz – 20 GHz Hyperlabs HL9402
Bias Ts 200 kHz – 12 GHz Mini-Circuits ZX85-12G-S+
Power Splitters 1.5 kHz – 18 GHz Mini-Circuits ZX10-2-183-S+
DC-18 GHz Aeroflex/Weinschel 1515
Amplifiers 0.01 – 20 GHz, 30 dB gain RF-Lambda RAMP00G20GA
Adapter SMB female to SMA female Mouser 565-72979
Programmer manual Programming commands, English only 077-1452-xx (Visit the Tektronix website)
Hard transit case and foam 016206100
Pelican case 016-2127-00

Product upgrades

The following instrument upgrades are available post sales.

See the Plug-ins section for a list of software waveform plug-ins available post sales.

AWG701BUP AC Adds a single-ended AC coupled output connector with additional amplification and attenuation (factory upgrade only)
AWG701BUP SSD Replacement / additional Solid State Disc Drive
AWG70000-MEM Increases waveform record length to 32 G
AWG70000-MEM Increases waveform record length to 32 G
AWG701BUP SEQ Adds Sequencing
AWG701BUP STRID Adds Streaming ID
AWG70000-MEM Increases waveform record length to 16 G per channel
AWG70000-0816 License; Upgrade from 8 Gs/s to 16 GS/s sample rate for the AWG 70002B; Node Locked
AWG70000-0825 License; Upgrade from 8 Gs/s to 25 GS/s sample rate for the AWG 70002B; Node Locked
AWG70000-1625 License; Upgrade from 16 Gs/s to 25 GS/s sample rate for the AWG 70002B; Node Locked
AWG702BUP SSD Replacement / additional Solid State Disc Drive
AWG702BUP SEQ Adds Sequencing
AWG702BU*P* SEQ Adds Sequencing
Adds Streaming ID
Adds Streaming ID


Plug-ins increase the capabilities of the arbitrary waveform generators. Various plug-ins are available providing unique types of waveforms or additional compensation. Each plug-in has its own installation file which installs seamlessly into the generators. After installation, it simply becomes a new menu selection. No other configuration is necessary.

Plug-in Description Nomenclature Licensed enhancements
Multitone & Chirp plug-in Create chirps, notches, and tones MTONENL-SS01


PreCompensation plug-in Create correction coefficients that can be applied on waveforms to get flat frequency and linear phase response PRECOMNL-SS01


High Speed Serial plug-in Create pre-distorted waveforms to test a device’s conformance to standards HSSNL-SS01


S-Parameters and Intersymbol Interference unlocked with S-Parameters plug-in license
RF Generic plug-in Create digitally modulated signals with multiple carrier groups RFGENNL-SS01


S-Parameters unlocked with S-Parameters plug-in license
Optical plug-in Create waveforms with complex modulation schemes for optical testing OPTICALNL-SS01


S-Parameters unlocked with S-Parameters plug-in license

Spread Spectrum Clocking unlocked with Spread Spectrum Clocking plug-in license

OFDM plug-in Create Single or Multiple OFDM based Frames with one or more bursts OFDMNL-SS01


S-Parameters unlocked with S-Parameters plug-in license
RADAR plug-in Create RADAR pulsed waveforms with various modulations and impairments RADARNL-SS01


S-Parameters unlocked with S-Parameters plug-in license
Environment plug-in Create real world scenarios for commercial, electronic warfare, and simulations for monitoring and receiver testing ENVNL-SS01


Spread Spectrum Clocking plug-in Adds SSC capability to the High Speed Serial and Optical plug-ins SSCFLNL-SS01


S-Parameters plug-in Adds S-Parameter capability to the RF Generic, High Speed Serial, Optical, OFDM, and RADAR plug-ins SPARANL-SS01


Pattern Generator, Pulse, & LVDS Video Signal Generator plug-ins   Free web download  

Plug-ins require the purchase of a license before they are fully functional.

There are two types of licenses available for each plug-in: node-locked (NL) and floating (FL).

  • Node Locked Licenses (NL) provide your own copy of the application on your instrument and are permanently assigned to a product model/serial number.

  • Floating Licenses (FL) can be moved between product models.


One-year parts and labor.





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