Mini-circuits’ SSG-4000LH (RoHS compliant) wideband synthesised signal generator operates over the frequency range 250 to 4000 MHz, providing a wide power range (-60 to +10 dBm) at 0.25 dB steps.
The Agilent 83623B 20 GHz synthesised swept signal/CW generator has general-purpose synthesised microwave source capabilities, performing communication receiver testing, antenna scan simulation, up/downfrequency conversion and more.
Aeroflex Limited has added IEEE 802.11ac capability to its S-series RF signal generator and analyser product line.
The MG3710A vector signal generator provides excellent RF and baseband performance.
The HP/Agilent 8648D-1E5 4GHz signal generator (9 kHz to 4 GHz) supports AM/FM/phase modulation with ±1 dB accuracy up to 2.5 GHz.
Aeroflex has expanded its S-series family of benchtop RF measurement instruments. Two S-series digital signal generators, the SGD in both 3 GHz and 6 GHz models, and two vector signal analysers, the SVA, available in a 6 GHz and a 13 GHz model, have been added.
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 3020 series of PXI digital RF signal generators is compact at 3U high and is PXI modular with an integrated dual-channel arbitrary waveform generator. The instruments’ performance is matched to the needs of RF test systems for design verification and manufacturing up to 6 GHz.
The MG3690C series of RF/microwave signal generators combines phase noise and broad frequency generation to allow users to conduct accurate tests on subsystems, especially those in local oscillator substitution and clock generation applications.
Aeroflex has added an internal pulse generator to the 2023A series signal generator.
Agilent has announced what it claims is the first LTE real-time signal generation and channel emulation solution for base station test.
Agilent has announced N5161A and N5162A MXG ATE analog and vector RF signal generators for automated test equipment.
The SMBV100A vector signal generator from Rohde & Schwarz offers performance that until now has been available only in more expensive instruments.
The SMBV 100 A vector signal generator provides an output level of typ +24 dBm up to 6 GHz and a maximum RF bandwidth of 528 MHz.
The SMBV 100A vector signal generator is a standalone instrument claiming unmatched flexibility.