Signal Generator by Anritsu (6 more products)

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The Rubidium MG362x1A from Anritsu are RF/Microwave Signal Generators that operate from 9 kHz to 43.5 GHz. These Rubidium Signal Generators offer atomic clock frequency stability with an internal rubidium frequency reference option. Alternatively, customers can also get exceptional frequency stability by locking an internal oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) reference to an external GNSS/GPS signal. The exceptional frequency stability makes the generators ideal for Metrology and high-speed clock applications.

They deliver an output power of up to +20 dBm with an SSB phase noise of -136 dBc/Hz and have a frequency resolution of 0.001 Hz. The generators have AM, FM/PM, and pulse modulation capabilities enable a wide range of complex analog modulated signals. They enable simultaneous modulation of AM/FM, AM/PM, or FM/Pulse to generate complex modulation waveforms such as chirps. Broad signal simulation capabilities are built into the signal generator for pulsed radar testing. They have a spurious levels of less than -63 dBc and harmonics of better than -58 dBc.

The Rubidium MG362x1A generators have built-in, easy-to-use, at location frequency and power calibration capability which offer exceptional overall utility and value. They feature a 7-inch touch screen along with a keypad and dial on the front panel. The graphical user interface (GUI) is designed to provide essential information/settings about the state of the instrument at the top and has several features that enable the user to quickly and efficiently set up the signal generator for measurement. These generators have a wide range of interfaces for remote control that include 6 x USB 3.0, 1 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet, and 1 x GPIB.

These generators are available in enclosures with K-type connectors. They are ideal for low-phase noise applications, such as testing radar subsystems, up/down converters, or high-speed ADCs/DACs. The signal generators are well suited for conducting nonlinear measurements without additional filters because of the exceptionally low harmonic, subharmonic, and non-harmonic performance at standard and high output power levels. They can also be used for a variety of interference measurements, as a signal source to test devices and systems, and as a frequency reference in calibration and metrology labs.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
  • Description
    Rubidium Signal Generators from 9 kHz to 20/43.5 GHz

General Parameters

  • Type
    Analog Signal Generator
  • Equipment Type
  • Configuration
    USB / Computer Controlled, With Front Panel Control
  • Application
    Test Pulsed Radar Systems
  • Frequency
    9 kHz to 20/43.5 GHz
  • Resolution
    0.001 Hz
  • Modulation
    AM, FM, PM, Pulse
  • Output Power
    -130 dBm to +20 dBm (20 GHz Standard), -130 dBm to +18 dBm (43.5 GHz, Standard)
  • SSB Phase Noise
    -136 dBc/Hz (typ) and -140 dBc/Hz (measured) @ 10 GHz output, 10 KHz offset
  • Impedance
    50 Ohms
  • No. of channels
    1 Channel
  • Rise Fall time
    5 ns
  • Output Reference Frequency
    10 MHz, 100 MHz and 1.6 GHz
  • Pulse Width
    10 ns
  • Harmonics
    -58 dBc
  • Non Harmonics
    -63 dBc
  • Output Connector
  • Interface
    Ethernet, GPIB, USB, RJ-45
  • Note
    Power Sweep Resolution: 0.01 dB/step

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