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Compact Signal Generator

January 17, 2011
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The R&S SGS100A signal generator has been optimized for use in automated test. It offers a very high output level of typically +22 dBm as standard and has an electronic step attenuator covering the entire frequency range. Its low non-harmonics of –76 dBc up to 1.5 GHz make the generator a suitable signal source for converter tests.

Two versions are available. The CW model generates frequencies up to 12.75 GHz and can be used as a local oscillator as well as for interference testing against mobile radio standards. The vector signal generator version with integrated I/Q modulator offers a maximum frequency of 6 GHz and covers the most important frequency bands for digital communications standards.

The R&S SGS100A’s compact size enables it to fit in one-half the width of a 19 inch rack as a single height unit, so that four RF sources can be installed in the space previously needed for one.

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