Rohde & Schwarz has expanded its family of R&S RTE oscilloscopes to include two- and four-channel models with 1.5 and 2 GHz bandwidth. The T&M expert now offers the broadest selection of products in this class, with bandwidths ranging from 200 MHz to 2 GHz. Customers can utilize the full bandwidth of an instrument on all available channels simultaneously.
Rohde & Schwarz has been continuously enhancing its R&S IQR100 digital I/Q data recorder. A new firmware update now provides users with a data rate of nearly 100 Msample/s instead of the original 66 Msample/s. The R&S IQR100 digital I/Q data recorder from Rohde & Schwarz can now record, store and play I/Q signals with bandwidths up to 79.6 MHz -- loss-free in realtime.
With the addition of the new R&S SGU100A RF upconverter, Rohde & Schwarz expands its tried and tested R&S SGS100A vector signal generator to cover microwave applications. The combination of the two instruments yields the most compact vector signal source on the market up to 20 GHz. The R&S SGU100A is available as a pure CW upconverter or as an upconverter for I/Q-modulated signals.
Rohde & Schwarz has expanded the frequency range of its R&S SMW200A high-end vector signal generator to 20 GHz. The R&S SMW200A is the only instrument on the market to combine a baseband generator, RF generator and fading simulator in a single box. The SMW200A makes it possible to generate two wideband signals with any type of modulation up to 20 GHz using a single device.
The new Rohde & Schwarz transmitters feature outstanding efficiency, compact design and flexible configurations. They fulfill the demands of the market in the best possible way. The Tx9 transmitter portfolio now covers the frequency bands II, III, IV and V.
Looking for a vector signal generator to master even the toughest challenges? The R & S® SMW200A represents the very best of today’s possibilities. It is the perfect tool for creating high-quality complex digitally modulated signals, for instance when developing new broadband communications systems, verifying 3 or 4 G base stations or for the aerospace and defense sectors.