SAF Tehnika’s RF Spectrum Analyzers and Signal Generators Now Available from Saelig in North America

SAF Tehnika’s RF Spectrum Analyzers and Signal Generators Now Available from Saelig in North America

Saelig, a North American distributor of test & measurement products, has been appointed as an authorized distributor by SAF Tehnika, a European-based global manufacturer of unique point-to-point microwave data transmission equipment and compact spectrum analyzers. The SAF Spectrum Compact range analyzers are easy to use, handheld test and measurement solutions for the 0.3 to 87 GHz licensed microwave frequency bands. This range also includes the world’s first handheld microwave analyzer. The SAF Tehnika’s SG Compact product line of RF signal generators extend up to 40 GHz. Both the signal generators and spectrum analyzers consist of dedicated devices for specific frequency ranges, and all are offered at attractive prices.

Janis Bergs, VP of Global Sales & Marketing and President of SAF North America, said that their partnership with Saelig in the USA is part of their ongoing successful worldwide growth strategy. Saelig brings them a helpful and knowledgeable technical team with wide-ranging RF expertise to help customers looking for advice about the best products to suit specific needs. They should benefit from Saelig’s well-known customer service, extensive military connections, and award-winning business principles. 

Alan Lowne, Saelig’s founder and CEO said that SAF Tehnika’s impressive RF analyzers and signal generators are a welcome addition to their expansive selection of quality products in the RF test space. They were immediately impressed with the design and quality of SAF products. This agreement not only brings additional top quality test instruments to their customers but allows them to maintain their commitment to introducing and supporting the best products available.

Click here to see Spectrum Analyzers from SAF Tehnika.

Click here to see Signal Generators from SAF Tehnika.

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