Microwave analog signal generators

  • 26-Dec-2013 04:15 EST
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Agilent Technologies Inc.’s N5183B MXG and N5173B EXG microwave analog signal generators provide the signal purity, output power, and modulation developers need for advanced radar, electronic-warfare, and satellite-communications applications. The N5183B MXG analog offers accuracy and efficiency in two rack units. Its best-in-class phase noise of less than -124 dBc/Hz (at 10 GHz, 10 kHz offset) and -75 dBc spurious enables module- and system-level testing up to 40 GHz. It also accelerates the calibration of complex systems with best-in-class switching speed of less than 600 µs. The N5173B EXG analog is a cost-effective choice when system creators need to balance budget and performance. It offers a strong combination of output power (+20 dBm at 20 GHz) and low harmonics (<-55 dBc), and is suited to the characterization of broadband microwave components such as filters and amplifiers.

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