Antritsu MG3690C series RF/microwave signal generators

Thursday, 28 October, 2010 | Supplied by: Anritsu Pty Ltd

The MG3690C series of RF/microwave signal generators is claimed to be best-in-class for phase noise and broad frequency generation, allowing users to carry out accurate tests on subsystems, especially those in local oscillator substitution and clock-generation applications.

The overall performance of the generators makes them suitable for testing microwave components, subsystems and systems during design and manufacturing, as well as for signal simulation to test and verify radar and communications systems.

The series is the latest in the company’s synthesiser family that generates signals from 0.1 Hz to 70 GHz, enabling baseband, IF, RF and microwave signals to be produced from a single instrument.

Options set a level for low phase noise of -115 dB/Hz at 20 GHz and 10 kHz offset. The series is also suitable for digital datacom applications, as the low phase noise minimises instrument-induced clock jitter.

The instruments can generate narrow pulses down to 10 ns to emulate a wide variety of signals. Amplitude-levelled pulses down to 100 ns can be generated to minimise amplitude drift over time and temperature for tight test margins.

Amplitude-levelled pulses also eliminate the need for a CW mode during frequency change and minimise the chances of the DUT becoming damaged.

The series can generate doublet, triplet and quadruplet pulses with independently set spacing and pulse width, making the instruments suitable for emulating a wide range of radar returns.

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