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  • Pulse/Arbitrary Waveform Generator

    SDG6000X Series - SIGLENT Technologies

    Dual-channel Pulse/ Arbitrary Waveform Generators that feature up to 500 MHz bandwidth, a maximum sample rate of 2.4 GSa/s and 16-bit vertical resolution. They also include proprietary TrueArb & EasyPulse technology that help to solve the weaknesses inherent in traditional DDS generators when generating arbitrary, square and pulse waveforms. In addition, the SDG6000X is a multi-function device which can generate Noise, IQ signals and PRBS patterns. These features enable the SDG6000X to provide a variety of high fidelity and low jitter signals, meeting the growing requirements of complex and intensive applications.

  • EMC / RF Test System Engineering / Development & Integration

    EMC Instruments Corporation

    Anechoic chamber, radio isolation room construction, removal, maintenance and repair. System Integration of complete Test System. Development team has the expertise and technical experience and provide a customized service demand, the project includes a full range of EMI / EMS / RF test equipment with neighboring sell and repair reference signal source Noise Generators Signal Generators

  • Vector Signal Generator

    PXIe-5673E / 781262-01 - National Instruments

    PXI Vector Signal Generators offer custom and standard modulation, as well as the ability to generate communications standards formats such as GPS, WCDMA, DVB-H, and more. They support quadrature digital upconversion, which reduces waveform download and signal generation time, as well as stream-to-disk capabilities. The power and flexibility of PXI Vector Signal Generators make them ideal for use in scientific research, communications, consumer electronics, aerospace/defense, and semiconductor test applications as well as for areas such as software-defined radio, radio-frequency identification (RFID), and wireless sensor networks.

  • Single Channel Telemetry

    Accumetrics Associates, Inc.

    Our comprehensive line of telemetry products includes battery and induction powered products to meet the most demanding applications in automotive, agricultural, aerospace & defense, wind power plant, test benches, brushless motors and generators, and industrial applications.

  • Pulse/ Digital Communication Training Equipments

    ED-2920 - ED CO., LTD

    *Modularized by each communicarion type*PAM, PTM, PCM, DPCM, ADPCM, LDM, ADM, Delta-sigma*No need to have additional generators (built-in power supply and signal source)*Display the test point and measure signals using an oscilloscope

  • Burst Simulators

    EFTG - Hilo Test

    Our test generators simulate fast transient glitches as they are defined in the standard IEC / EN 61000-4-4. The individual pulses generate a wideband RF spectrum up to 300 MHz due to the very short rise time (5ns).

  • Intelligent Time Reference

    TM-4™and TM-4/OEM™ - Spectrum Instruments, Inc.

    The Intelligent Reference/TM-4™ and TM4/OEM™ are multi- purpose, GPS disciplined timing signal generators and frequency references in economical off-the-shelf and custom configurations. Intended for use in a wide variety of timing, synchronization and frequency reference applications.

  • 16 Bit Arbitrary Waveform Generator

    M4I.6631-X8 - Spectrum Systementwicklung Microelectronic GmbH

    The M4i.66xx-x8 series arbitrary waveform generators (AWG) deliver the highest performance in both speed and resolution. The series includes PCIe cards with either one, two or four synchronous channels. The large onboard memory can be segmented to replay different waveform sequences. The AWG features a PCI Express x8 Gen 2 interface that offers outstanding data streaming performance. The interface and Spectrum’s optimized drivers enable data transfer rates in excess of 2.8 GB/s so that signals can continuously replayed at a high output rate. While the cards have been designed using the latest technology they are still software compatible with the drivers from earlier Spectrum waveform generators. So, existing customers can use the same software they developed for a 10 year old 20 MS/s AWG card and for an M4i series 625 MS/s AWG.

  • 16 Bit Arbitrary Waveform Generator

    M4I.6630-X8 - Spectrum Systementwicklung Microelectronic GmbH

    The M4i.66xx-x8 series arbitrary waveform generators (AWG) deliver the highest performance in both speed and resolution. The series includes PCIe cards with either one, two or four synchronous channels. The large onboard memory can be segmented to replay different waveform sequences. The AWG features a PCI Express x8 Gen 2 interface that offers outstanding data streaming performance. The interface and Spectrum’s optimized drivers enable data transfer rates in excess of 2.8 GB/s so that signals can continuously replayed at a high output rate. While the cards have been designed using the latest technology they are still software compatible with the drivers from earlier Spectrum waveform generators. So, existing customers can use the same software they developed for a 10 year old 20 MS/s AWG card and for an M4i series 625 MS/s AWG.

  • Qualification and Quality Control Tests

    Techsquare - Techimp HQ S.r.L

    New IEC standards, IEC 60034-18-41 and IEC 60034-18-42, have been issued to define the procedures for testing partial discharge inception voltage and the long-term performance (endurance) of Type I and Type II insulation systems used in rotating machines fed from voltage converters. Voltage impulse generators are required at least to test turn insulation, but they would be recommended for any testing under power electronics supply because of their capability to simulate the real electrical stress conditions. More generally, any type of electrical insulation system when subject to impulsive voltage waveform during life should be carefully evaluated in terms of partial discharge and endurance behaviour. This is why voltage impulse generators able to provide impulses with controlled amplitude and frequency are needed to face this new testing challenge.

  • RF Noise Generator

    Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.

    Pasternack RF noise generator category (also known as noise sources) are diode-based microwave components that produce white noise for system performance evaluation such as noise figure. RF noise generator / noise sources from Pasternack are commonly used in production and lab test environments. Our RF noise generators are available with two different noise outputs including medium noise generators and high noise generators. 50 Ohm RF noise generator components are available with 1.85mm, 2.92mm, 3.5mm or SMA RF outputs and BNC bias or SMA connector inputs. Our radio frequency noise generation series has operating frequencies ranging from 1 GHz to 18 GHz. These RF noise generators have a maximum noise output between 15.5 dB and 35 dB excess noise ratio (ENR). Many of our coaxial noise generator sources are REACH or RoHS compliant. Like our other over 40,000 RF, microwave and millimeter wave components from Pasternack, this RF noise generator series is in-stock. Not only are these in stock, but the radio frequency noise generation source products will ship the same day as they are purchased.

  • 300 MHz 8 12 50 Matrix

    PXIe-2541 / 780587-41 - National Instruments

    PXIe, 300 MHz, 8x12 PXI RF Matrix Switch Module—The PXIe‑2541 is an RF signal switching matrix. With its non-blocking design, you can simultaneously connect any row or column within the switching matrix and maximize the flexibility of your test system. Isolation relays on the module disconnect unused parts of the switching matrix to maintain RF performance and high isolation. The density and bandwidth of the PXIe‑2541 is ideal for routing signals between digitizers, function generators, and other RF generators and analyzers. For higher channel count applications, you can connect multiple PXIe‑2541 modules together to create switching matrices of 8x24, 8x36, and larger.

  • 300 MHz 8 12 50 Matrix

    PXI-2541 / 778572-41 - National Instruments

    300 MHz, 8x12 PXI RF Matrix Switch Module—The PXI‑2541 is an RF signal switching matrix. With its non-blocking design, you can simultaneously connect any row or column within the switching matrix and maximize the flexibility of your test system. Isolation relays on the module disconnect unused parts of the switching matrix to maintain RF performance and high isolation. The density and bandwidth of the PXI‑2541 is ideal for routing signals between digitizers, function generators, and other RF generators and analyzers. For higher channel count applications, you can connect multiple PXI‑2541 modules together to create switching matrices of 8x24, 8x36, and larger.

  • PXI Analog Output Module

    National Instruments

    PXI Analog Output Modules support both static and software-timed voltage output applications. Modules also include 5 V TTL/CMOS digital I/O lines. Some PXI Analog Output Modules can deliver simultaneous, multichannel updates for control and waveform output applications, such as stimulus-response, power supply control, high-speed, deterministic control, and sensor/signal simulation. These advanced features enable you to use the PXI Analog Output Module to replace several kinds of instruments, including stand-alone proportional integral derivative (PID) controllers, low-speed arbitrary waveform generators, and function generators.

  • PXI Analog Output Module

    PXI-6723 / 778998-01 - National Instruments

    13-Bit, 32-Channel, 800 kS/s PXI Analog Output Module—The PXI‑6723 delivers low-cost, high-density analog outputs to meet a wide range of applications, such as stimulus-response, signal simulation, waveform generation, and actuator stimulation. In addition, the device provides eight 5 V TTL/CMOS digital I/O lines; two 24‑bit, 20 MHz counter/timers; and digital triggering and external clocking capabilities. The PXI‑6723 can replace several kinds of instruments, including stand-alone proportional integral derivative (PID) controllers, low-speed arbitrary waveform generators, and function generators. You can control each data point for each channel to define common waveforms, such as square, sine, or sawtooth, as well as complex waveforms.