Microwave Signal Generator Is Fast And Pure

Available from Saelig Company, the Berkeley Nucleonics Model 865 range of microwave signal generators cover a continuous frequency range from 100 kHz up to 6, 12.75, 20, 26, and 40 GHz with 1-mHz resolution. The generators reportedly provide an accurately flat signal range and high spurious suppression.

 

The standard Model 865 includes intra/pulse chirp modulations, frequency chirps, pulse modulation with programmable patterns, and phase modulation. The Model 865 allows fast analog and digital sweeps including flexible list sweeps, where frequency, power and dwell times can be set individually. A flexible triggering capability simplifies synchronization within sophisticated test environments.

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All models operate with an ultra-stable temperature compensated frequency reference (OCXO) to ensure minimal drift and can be phase-locked to an external reference. Additionally, optimum phase synchronous signals can be achieved by bypassing the internal reference and feeding a 1GHz signal directly as reference.

 

The compact unit allows full front panel control via a touch panel display. Available options include: extended range low power output, ultra-fast switching, enhanced close-in-phase noise, modulation features, and battery operation for field or isolated work, GPIB interface, etc. For more details, check out all Model 865 versions.

 

Saelig Company Inc.

Rochester, New York

http://www.saelig.com

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