I was wondering if anyone could help me out. In the past I've just been using this beast as a standard signal generator and that suited me fine because I didn't have any documentation or instructions on how to create my own functions on it, and besides I had a Stanford Research DS345 Function Generator for creating these.
The limitation of this however was that it could only generate functions up to 10Mhz, and for the most part up to now that has been ok, but now in a system I'm designing I need to be able to generate a frequency of 20Mhz. All I want to do essentially, is generate a 50% duty cycle square waveform @20 MHz and vary the rise and fall times, Is this possible with the 3325B?
I've tried contacting Agilent but they say the manual is out of production and they don't have a pdf.
If anyone knows anything about this I'd appreciate it if they'd contact me on the email given without the nospam.