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Wide Band Signal Generator

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CParsec

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Function Generator, Signal Generator, Audio Generator.

I would like to know the difference.

To make it easier: What is the difference (for example) between Instek GFG-8250A Function Generator and the Protek B-813 Wide Bande Signal Generator, how do you use the Protek B-813 Wide Band Generator. :?

If somebody is familiarized with these test equipments I would like to know more about them. :D

John
 

mozikluv

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:D hi there parsec, here a very simply explanation with going into details:

Function generator - used to put out sine waves, square waves, saw tooth waves

Signal generator (wide band) - used to inject signal in various stages of amplification. signal frequency depends on the RC network.

Audio generator - as what it implies.

other guys could probably give you details.

you ask how could you use the signal generator, well all you to do is inject the signal to the base of the transistor of a certain stage which you suspect to be defective and listen to the tone signal. if you dont hear anything then check that transistor for proper voltages and all component attached to that device.
 
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