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Signal generators are electronic devices that generate repeating or non-repeating electronic signals (in either the analog or digital domains). They are generally used in designing, testing, troubleshooting, and repairing electronic or electroacoustic devices; though they often have artistic uses as well.

 

There are many different types of signal generators, with different purposes and applications (and at varying levels of expense); in general, no device is suitable for all possible applications.

Traditionally, signal generators have been embedded hardware units, but since the age of multimedia-PCs, flexible, programmable software tone generators have also been available.

Known variously as function generators, RF and microwave signal generators, pitch generators, arbitrary waveform generators, digital pattern generators or frequency generators; these are not universally interchangeable terms.  For instance, all function generators are signal generators, but not all signal generators are function generators, which are limited to a simple set of waveforms,

NF Corporation
In 1959, NF Corporation was founded with the noble mission of providing the world with unique products using its high-precision negative feedback control technology, a technique not quite widespread in Japan at that time. This pioneering spirit is still alive today at NF, which has been proactively pursuing new fields and developing new products with the aim of contributing to the next-generation R&D and, through that, to advancing society. The proprietary technology of NF is used in a wide array of applications––from automobiles, digital appliances, and other high-tech electronic devices to fuel cells, solar power, and other clean energy technologies, as well as nanotechnology and even satellite, rocket, and other aerospace technologies.

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