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The ITU dual band bandpass tone generator provides the full input/output range and control of a 100% distortion waveform in the frequency ranges from 0 Hz to 20 kHz. It may be used, as an option, with the Agilent Vector Signal Generator or the DFT Signal Generator to generate distortion waveforms for analysis of intermodulation products. To test the harmonic distortion performance of any modulated signal, such as AM, FM, and phase modulation with frequency, amplitude or phase modulation, the generator provides the control of the radio frequency amplitude, frequency or phase modulation characteristics. It may be used as a simplified single tone generator for a modulated signal, or in conjunction with the appropriate audio input and output set up.
Output to Connecting Audio Input or External Audio Input
Note: Due to the nature of the use with audio inputs there is a 10V idle standby voltage on the input Diodes.
Note: Due to the nature of the use with audio outputs there is a 10V idle standby voltage on the output Diodes.
This product features
• Double frequency range from 0 to 20 kHz with independent adjustable volume
• Balanced output
• Low and High input impedance for use with high input resistance audio (preferably no more than 0.1 ohms).
• Up to 20 kHz audio input range (limited by the output Diodes)
• 12 kHz to 20 kHz audio range with automatic volume control between 2V and 20V
• Automatic gain control between 10 and 100
• Output range from 0 to 20 kHz
• Loopback mode with direct audio output to audio input
• 4 independent programmable channels for test signals in the frequency range from 0 to 20 kHz
• Parallel jitter analysis and test
• 3 chromaticity grades
• Active monitoring with automatic switching between AC and DC
• Audio output to input or input to output in bipolar mode
• Analog and DIGITAL audio output
• Optional test switching mode
Double Tone Generator Specifications
Distortion DDS Power Input
Voltage L (diode) W (diode) Dia(n)
Dual Band Bandpass DDS Input
(PSE) Bandpass Bandpass
(Voc) mm mV 500 V.12µm.2V
Gain 10 mW
(Input Power) Range.05V DC to 0 – 20 V 20 mW
(1% distortion) Range 0 – 0.4V 1 µW
Full Range Range

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A double tone generator can be used to test the performance of the ADC by applying two tones of sine wave at specific frequencies to be
produced by the ADC. The initial audible test tone is at a frequency of 20 kHz and the high frequency tone can vary from as high as
50 kHz to as low as 10 kHz.
Both tones are generated from the same DDS, which requires only one clock and input analog signal.The two high and low frequency signals are held in buffer as a square wave
at all times by two counters. When both counters reach a count limit, they generate an interrupt pin on the
signal. The time between the two counters reaching the limit is the time between the two audible tones.
Since the audible tone is generated as a square wave, it is then passed through an audible filter, which varies in
rejection band from 10 Hz to 1 kHz. This allows the measurement of certain bandwidths between 0 and 1 kHz. It is not
generally used to measure the original tone produced by the ADC, but it is useful in determining any performance
limitations for that device. Some ADCs have known flaws that create intermodulation products at certain frequencies.
High frequency values can also be set as high as 50 kHz and low frequency values can be set as low as 10 kHz. In order to be
safe, it is important that the two tones are separated by a distance to ensure that the measured distance is between the
two oscillators. Some unit setups have two oscillators and a wide enough gap between them to ensure the measured tone
was the high frequency tone generated by the second oscillator and not a crossover generated by the first oscillator.
The unit measures the time it takes for the second oscillator to generate a tone of the same frequency as the first tone
measured by the first oscillator. If the measured time is shorter than the signal generation time of the first oscillator
then some interference must be occurring. The lower the frequency of the second oscillator, the more likely that interference
will be. Since the first oscillator was produced from the same DDS, this would show that interference is occurring at this
frequency. The second oscillator can also be set to a non-audible frequency and can be used as a direct replacement for the
first oscillator.
Also at a 10-20 dB difference between the two tones or loudness can be heard, with the measurement being performed only at
the beginning of a test. (

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This item is a Double Tone Generator which can generate 16KHz carrier signals using a variety of modulation signals with high accuracy of 2Hz.
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It is a very cheap but very loud way to test intermodulation for different tubes, transistors and valves used in amplifiers.
These generators will emit a base frequency of several kHz, say 8, 16 or 32 kHz in the case of a double tone generator.
These frequencies are selected to test the different tubes used in amplifiers. For example, a 24 kHz test is used for tube 12 in the output stage and if the tube is OK, there will not be any intermodulation.
The 16 kHz frequency will cause intermodulation with tube 12 and the output tube 14 (used for L.P.) will develop its own intermodulation products of the harmonic frequencies of the 16 kHz test tone.
The 24 kHz test will cause intermodulation with tube 12 and the output tube 15 (used for L.P.) will develop its own intermodulation products of the harmonic frequencies of the 24 kHz test tone.
The same occurs with the 32 kHz test tone: Tube 12 will intermodulate with tube 14 causing distortion that will be manifested at the same 24 kHz and 32 kHz frequencies. The tube 15 will intermodulate with tube 16 causing distortion that will be manifested at the same 32 kHz and 36 kHz.
The same is true in the case of a single tone. Only when the harmonic frequencies are two (2) or four (4) times the base frequency will there be a chance of intermodulation and distortion.
The distortion of tube 15 is caused by a crossover somewhere (not shown) within the tube. This distortion comes from the tube’s nonlinearity and is not the fault of the double tone generator.
The frequency of the intermodulation will be the same for the base frequency and the harmonic frequencies (2, 4, 8,…).
There are many applications for these double tone generators.
Intermodulation distortion testing of tube circuits.
If a tube fails, it will not become yellow and it will not burn out, it will just produce too much intermodulation. The owner of the tube must be very satisfied with himself if he is able to tell the difference.
A double tone generator can be used to test a series of tubes that are used in the same amplifier and be able to tell the difference between them.
There is a chance that some tubes will get damaged, so it is important to identify which tubes are OK from a test.
If two tubes have very similar performance (the 10 kHz intermodulation products

System Requirements:

Requires the Super Meat Boy build of Freaks Amok 2.0a819.
Requires Wwise and C4D versions and later.
Does Not Work With:
Requires the Super Meat Boy build of Freaks Amok 2.0a819.Requires Wwise and C4D versions and later.Does Not Work With: ACID
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