Category Archives: signal generator

FeelTech FY6600 Waveform Generator

Regular readers will know we just looked at a DIY signal generator able to generate sine, triangle and square waves. Breadboard, wires, you name it…  Well, this is NOTHING like that. 

If the simple DIY generator of a previous blog is not to your liking you might want to consider something like this Feeltech FY6600—50M Dual Channel Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator supplied in this case by Banggood.

Feeltech Waveform Generator

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Poor Man’s Signal Generator

AD9833I can’t remember how, but when messing around with scopes and awaiting my new signal generator (more of that in the coming weeks), the AD9833 Programmable Waveform Generator came to my attention.  Take a look at this Ebay link. This would you believe is a signal generator. Without those connectors you can purchase the board even more cheaply. So I paid £5, you can get  boards at half of that.

How would you like a dirt cheap signal generator with:

  • 1hz-12Mhz range
  • 4-button operation (6 buttons with 2 memories)
  • Sine, Square or Triangle Outputs
  • Non-volatile settings
  • Audio button feedback

And there’s more. Read on…

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