Data Delay Devices, Inc. Datasheets for Pulse Generators

Pulse generators are electrical test equipment used to generate pulses that are injected into devices under test in order to study the behavior of these devices.
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FEATURES • All-silicon, low-power CMOS technology • 3.3V operation • Vapor phase, IR and wave solderable • Programmable via serial interface • Increment range: 0.25ns through 50.0ns • Pulse width...
FEATURES • All-silicon, low-power CMOS technology • TTL/CMOS compatible inputs and outputs • Vapor phase, IR and wave solderable • Programmable via serial interface • Increment range: 0.25ns through 50.0ns...
FEATURES • Digitally programmable in 7 steps • Monotonic pulse-width-vs-addre ss variation • Rising edge triggered • Two separate outputs: inverting & non-inverting • Precise and stable pulse width •
Features: Input & output fully TTL interfaced and buffered. Low profile. Commercial & military types. Continuously adjustable. Multi-turn adjusting screw (40 turns approx.) Rising edge trigger.
Features: Low Cost. Completely interfaced for TTL. Low profile. Fits standard 8 pin DIP socket.
FEATURES · Digitally programmable in 256 steps · Monotonic pulse-width-vs-addre ss variation · Rising edge triggered · Two separate outputs: inverting & non-inverting · Precise and stable pulse width ·
FEATURES · Digitally programmable in 4096 steps · Monotonic pulse-width-vs-addre ss variation · Rising edge triggered · Two separate outputs: inverting & non-inverting · Precise and stable pulse width ·
FEATURES · Digitally programmable in 64 steps · Monotonic pulse-width-vs-addre ss variation · Rising edge triggered · Two separate outputs: inverting & non-inverting · Precise and stable pulse width ·