Lab Brick model LMS-183DX is an easily programmable digital signal generator that is useful in wireless ATE test stands and in radar testing and simulations. The 6 to 18 GHz device is easily programmed via USB connection to a PC.
The LMS-183DX is a USB Programmable Signal Generator with a frequency range of 6.0 to 18.0 GHz. This unit offers a 100 Hz frequency step size, configurable linear frequency sweeping and 0.5 dB power control steps.
Capable of bidirectional fixed attenuation, swept attenuation ramps, and fading profiles, the Vaunix LDA-602Q four port programmable attenuator provides up to 120 dB of control range with a 0.1 dB step size from 200 MHz to 6 GHz. Each of four RF ports of this device has a 50 Ohm impedance.
Vaunix Technology Corp., a manufacturer of USB controlled and powered test equipment, recently added a programmable digital attenuator to their LDA family of PC-driven Lab Bricks, the LDA-602EH. The LDA-602EH has a large attenuation range of 120 dB with an exceptional 0.1 dB step size, allowing for both precision and accuracy during fading tests or device characterizations. This attenuator also features a fast 15 µs switching speed.
Vaunix Technology Corp., a manufacturer of programmable, USB powered test equipment, added a new signal generator to their family of Lab Bricks, the LMS-183DX. This new product covers a frequency range of 6 to 18 GHz in a rugged, portable, palm-sized package.
Vaunix Technology Corp. added a signal generator to their family of Lab Bricks, the LMS-183DX. This product covers a frequency range of 6 to 18 GHz in a rugged, portable, palm-sized package. The LMS-183DX has a power control range of 80 dB, +10 to -70 dBm, from the 6 to 13 GHz frequency range and a power control range of 65 dB, +10 to -55 dBm, from the 13 to 18 GHz frequency range. This unit typically operates with a voltage stand wave ratio (VSWR) at 1:4:1 (2.0:1 maximum).
Vaunix Technology Corp., a manufacturer of USB controlled and powered test equipment, will be debuting two new test application solutions at the 2016 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in San Francisco, Calif., the LDA-203 and the LMS-802DX.