High-frequency signal waveforms flow through everything from communications systems to sophisticated test systems. They are often generated by analog sources, such as different types of oscillators. In recent years, however, as digital components such as digital-to-analog converters (DACSs) have improved in speed and performance, many signal waveforms can now be created starting with digital code and hardware. Signal generators based on digital architectures may be known as arbitrary waveform
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