New Portable Signal Generator
GED completed development of a portable RF Signal Generator Ranging from 1 to 2 GHz with 100kHz Resolution. The generator is fully
PC-programmable and features programmable pre-set frequencies, amplitude control, disable outputs, automatic reference detect and many other features making it extremely versatile.
This is the newest member of our diverse family of frequency sythesizers.
Frequency Range: Lower and Upper output frequencies of the Frequency Synthesizer.
Frequency resolution: Minimum step size of frequency increments.
Output Level: Power delivered at the output of the Frequency Synthesizer.
Output Flatness: The flatness of the output power over the working frequency range.
Output Impedance: Nominal output impedance of the Frequency Synthesizer
Settling Time: Time required to change from frequency to frequency.
Phase Noise: Commonly, phase noise is defined as the single-sideband noise power, and it given by the signal in
1Hz bandwidth at f m Hz away from the carrier, divided by the total signal power.
Harmonic: Level of the harmonics of the output frequency relative to the output frequency output power.
Spurious Output: Level of any discrete un-wanted output not related to the output frequency with relative to the output frequency output power.
Standard Reference: Time base reference input.
Supply Voltages: DC voltages supplied to the Frequency Synthesizer. In some cases, an auxiliary high voltage (low
current) is required for wide frequency range in addition with the normal supply voltages.
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