RF Signal Generators

283 Signal Generators from 44 manufacturers listed on everything RF

RF Signal Generators from the leading manufacturers are listed here. Find signal generators based on the required frequency range, power level, modulation and other parameters. View product specifications, download datasheets and get quotes on parts that meet your requirement.

Description:128/256 GSa/s Multi-Functional Arbitrary Waveform Generator
Type:
Analog Signal Generator
Configuration:
USB / Computer Controlled
Equipment Type:
Benchtop
No. of channels:
2 Channels, 4 Channels
Frequency:
Up to 70 GHz
Output Power:
11 dBm
Modulation:
QPSK, QAM
Dynamic Range:
-48 to -33 dBc (SFDR)
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Description:Vector Signal Generator from 100 kHz to 44 GHz
Type:
Vector Signal Generator
Configuration:
With Front Panel Control, USB / Computer Controlle...
Equipment Type:
Benchtop
No. of channels:
3 Channels
Frequency:
100 kHz to 44 MHz
Output Power:
Up to 18 dBm
Modulation:
GFSK
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Description:9 kHz to 3.6 GHz Signal Generator with AM, FM, Phase, Pulse, I/Q Modulation
Type:
RF Signal Source
Configuration:
With Front Panel Control
Equipment Type:
Benchtop
No. of channels:
1 Channel
Frequency:
9 kHz to 3.6 GHz
Output Power:
Up to 20 dBm
Modulation:
AM, FM, Phase, Pulse, I/Q
Dynamic Range:
-110 to 13 dBm
Phase Noise:
Up to -112 dBc/Hz
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Description:USB Programmable Signal Generator from 6 to 18 GHz
Type:
RF Signal Source
Configuration:
USB / Computer Controlled
Equipment Type:
Portable / Handheld
No. of channels:
1 Channel
Frequency:
6 to 18 GHz
Output Power:
9.25 to 10.75 dBm
Modulation:
Pulse
Dynamic Range:
65 to 80 dB
Phase Noise:
-130 to -75 dBc/Hz
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Description:50 MHz to 6 GHz Vector Signal Generator
Type:
Vector Signal Generator
Configuration:
USB / Computer Controlled
Equipment Type:
Portable / Handheld, Benchtop
No. of channels:
1 Channel
Frequency:
50 to 6000 MHz
Output Power:
-55 to 10 dBm
Modulation:
FM, AM, CW, FSK, GFSK, BPSK, DBPSK, QPSK, DQPSK, 8...
Phase Noise:
-135 to -89 dBc/Hz
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Description:Arbitrary Waveform Generator from 1 µHz to 2 GHz
Type:
Analog Signal Generator
Configuration:
With Front Panel Control
Equipment Type:
Benchtop
No. of channels:
2 Channels, 4 Channels, 8 Channels
Frequency:
1 µHz to 2 GHz
Output Power:
50.79 dBm
Modulation:
AM, PM, FM, FSK, PSK, PWM
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Description:Multi-Function Vector Signal Generator from 9 kHz to 2.7/4/6 GHz
Type:
Vector Signal Generator
Configuration:
With Front Panel Control, USB / Computer Controlle...
Equipment Type:
Benchtop
No. of channels:
2 Channels
Frequency:
100 kHz to 2.7/4/6 GHz
Output Power:
-110 to 17 dBm
Modulation:
AM, FM, PM, Pulse
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Description:10 MHz to 40 GHz, Phase Coherent, Multi-Channel RF Synthesizers
Type:
Analog Signal Generator, RF Signal Source
Configuration:
USB / Computer Controlled
Equipment Type:
Benchtop
No. of channels:
1 Channel, 2 Channels, 3 Channels, 4 Channels
Frequency:
10 MHz to 3 GHz, 6 GHz, 12 GHz, 24 GHz and 40 GHz
Output Power:
-110 to +20 dBm
Modulation:
CW
Phase Noise:
-142 dBc/Hz at 1GHz (10kHz offset)
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Description:250 MHz to 4 GHz, SignalGenerator
Type:
Analog Signal Generator, RF Signal Source
Configuration:
USB / Computer Controlled
Equipment Type:
Benchtop
No. of channels:
1 Channel
Channels:
1 Channel
Frequency:
250 MHz to 4 GHz
Output Power:
-50 to 21.5 dBm
Modulation:
Pulse
Dynamic Range:
70 dB
Phase Noise:
-147 to -69 dBc/Hz
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Description:RF Signal Generator from 50 to 13000 MHz with Ultra-Low Phase Noise
Type:
RF Signal Source
Configuration:
With Front Panel Control
Equipment Type:
Benchtop
Frequency:
0.05 to 13 GHz
Output Power:
10 dBm
Phase Noise:
-94 dBc/Hz
more info
What is an RF Signal Generator?
 
RF Signal Generators are used to generate high frequency signals used for testing wireless systems in the lab. When using an RF signal generator, users can specify the frequency of the signal, the modulation type, its power level and a number of other parameters. It is important to select a signal generator for specific applications, as they are available in different frequency configurations, power levels, modulation types, frequency resolution etc. We have created a database of RF & Microwave Signal Generators from the leading manufacturers. They consist of high-end generators and more economical ones. The filters enable you to narrow down on the list of signal generators based on your requirement and budget. When looking for a Signal Generator, the following are the key parameters that you must consider:
 

Type: Analog Signal Generator or Vector Signal Generator. This is the first and one of the most important filters. Analog Signal Generators, also known as Signal Sources or Frequency Synthesizers are those generators that can generate a signal at a desired frequency range that varies in amplitude. Vector Signal Generators can generate signals that vary in both amplitude and phase.

Frequency: This is the frequency range up to which or in which the RF signal generator can generate signals.

Frequency Resolution: This is the level by which the frequency can be increased or decreased. The finer the resolution the better.

Phase Noise: This parameter can be used to identify the spectral purity of the signal generated. The lower the phase noise the better.

Channels: This is the number of simultaneous output signals that can be generated from the signal generator. This is usually 1, however multi-channels signal generators are also available.

Power Range: This is the amplitude of the signal that is generated. A value in the power range can usually be set using the control panel or a computer interface.

Once you narrow down on the signal generator based on these key parameters, you can compare matching products, download datasheets, see details product specification or request a quotation. Quotations for RF signal generators made via everything RF are directed to the manufacturer or their distributors based on your geographical region.