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detectable impulse of electromagnetic radiation or quantum state superposed.

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  • 12/24/40 GHz Microwave Analog Signal Generator

    CA9600 Series - UC Instruments, Corp.

    CA9600 Series Microwave Analog Signal Generator is a cost-effective product that focuses on the targeted market. Design Concept – follow simplicity and highlight focuses. By getting rid of the useless functions on the traditional signal source products which the targeted market is barely using and enhancing the core index of signal source that includes spectral purity, output power, and portability, CA9600 promise you an excellent performance, compact, portable, economical, convenient, and reliable testing assistant.

  • Automotive Radar Signal Analysis and Generation Solution

    E8740A - Keysight Technologies

    The Keysight E8740A automotive radar signal analysis and generation solution performs analysis and generation of automotive radar signals across full frequency ranges for 24GHz, 77 GHz and 79 GHz radar and provides scalable analysis bandwidth from 2.5 GHz to > 5 GHz, depending on test requirements.

  • Low Capacitance Probes for very accurate signal measurements

    Tektronix, Inc.

    When testing low voltage signals on ECL, CMOS and other logic circuits, it is important to use probes with low input capacitance to capture an accurate signal with minimal loading effects on the device under test. Tektronix offers the widest bandwidth and lowest capacitance probing solutions on the market.

  • 18 GHz Up/Down Converter & Signal Conditioning

    SC2250 - SignalCraft Technologies Inc.

    The SC2250 extends the useful range of traditional 6GHz RF instruments for operation at microwave frequencies up to 18GHz. It provides excellent integration capability with other modular products such as National Instrument’s Vector Signal Transceiver (VST). Selectable filtering is provided for signal conditioning applications requiring spurious and harmonic rejection.

  • compact analogue and digital signals satellite finder

    SF-02 - Shenzhen Broadvision Technology Limited

    Optional 13/18V and 22kHz LED indication .Designed in Germany for best performance .Signal strength meter for quick and easy-dish adjustment.

  • 2.7 GHz RF Vector Signal Generators

    PXI-5671 / 779079-04 - National Instruments

    2.7 GHz, Digital Upconverter Included, PXI Vector Signal Generator—The PXI‑5671 features quadrature digital upconversion, which reduces waveform download and signal generation time. It is a general-purpose vector signal generator that can generate standard modulation formats such as AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, MSK, GMSK, PSK, QPSK, PAM, and QAM. The PXIe‑5671 delivers a highly flexible and powerful solution for scientific research, consumer electronics, communications, aerospace/defense, and semiconductor test applications as well as emerging areas including software-defined radio, radio frequency identification (RFID), and wireless sensor networks. For specific communications standards, you can use various software add-ons to generate modulated signals according to standards such as WCDMA, DVB‑H, and ZigBee

  • 2.7 GHz RF Vector Signal Generators

    PXI-5671 / 779079-02 - National Instruments

    2.7 GHz, Digital Upconverter Included, PXI Vector Signal Generator—The PXI‑5671 features quadrature digital upconversion, which reduces waveform download and signal generation time. It is a general-purpose vector signal generator that can generate standard modulation formats such as AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, MSK, GMSK, PSK, QPSK, PAM, and QAM. The PXIe‑5671 delivers a highly flexible and powerful solution for scientific research, consumer electronics, communications, aerospace/defense, and semiconductor test applications as well as emerging areas including software-defined radio, radio frequency identification (RFID), and wireless sensor networks. For specific communications standards, you can use various software add-ons to generate modulated signals according to standards such as WCDMA, DVB‑H, and ZigBee.

  • 2.7 GHz RF Vector Signal Generators

    PXI-5671 / 779079-03 - National Instruments

    2.7 GHz, Digital Upconverter Included, PXI Vector Signal Generator—The PXI‑5671 features quadrature digital upconversion, which reduces waveform download and signal generation time. It is a general-purpose vector signal generator that can generate standard modulation formats such as AM, FM, PM, ASK, FSK, MSK, GMSK, PSK, QPSK, PAM, and QAM. The PXIe‑5671 delivers a highly flexible and powerful solution for scientific research, consumer electronics, communications, aerospace/defense, and semiconductor test applications as well as emerging areas including software-defined radio, radio frequency identification (RFID), and wireless sensor networks. For specific communications standards, you can use various software add-ons to generate modulated signals according to standards such as WCDMA, DVB‑H, and ZigBee.

  • Wideband RF Signal Analyzer Recording Systems

    GaGe

    The GaGe series of RF signal recording systems are complete with integrated receivers, digitizers, computer, storage, and programming-free spectrum analyzer software. These turn-key solutions provide customers with a very powerful and flexible signal recording system, while minimizing the risks of self-integrated systems.The spectrum analyzer software, SpectraScopeRT, requires no programming and allows for control of receiver center frequency, bandwidth, and signal recordings. SpectraScopeRT features real-time FFT power spectrums (with peak hold and persistence), spectrograms, histograms, and time domain displays while recording, and upon recording playback. The digitizers and receivers have full control and data acquisition support via Mathworks MATLAB, with example programs furnished to facilitate rapid signal processing and modulation analysis program development. Additional SDKs and example programs are provided for C/C# and LabVIEW.

  • 400 MS/s Differential I/Q Signal Generator

    PXIe-5450 / 780419-02 - National Instruments

    PXIe, 145 MHz Bandwidth, 16-Bit I/Q PXI Waveform Generator—The PXIe‑5450 is a 145 MHz, dual‐channel arbitrary waveform generator optimized for I/Q communications signals. It is an ideal instrument for testing devices with I/Q inputs, or as the baseband component of an RF vector signal generator. The PXIe‑5450 also features onboard signal processing (OSP) functions that include pulse shaping and interpolation filters, gain and offset control, and a numerically controlled oscillator (NCO) for frequency shifting. The PXIe‑5450 also features advanced synchronization and data streaming capabilities.

  • 6.6 GHz RF Analog Signal Generator

    PXI-5652 - National Instruments

    6.6 GHz PXI RF Analog Signal Generator—The PXI‑5652 features continuous-wave generation capabilities with FM, 2‑FSK, or OOK modulation. It uses direct digital synthesis (DDS) for high-resolution frequency hopping or phase-continuous sweeping for fixture and device characterization applications. The PXI‑5652 is ideal for clocking nonstandard sample rates, such as WCDMA signals at baseband or intermediate frequency (IF). With these versatile signal generators, you can perform analog and digital modulation through the onboard DDS circuit, which gives you frequency modulation and frequency-shift keying for applications such as bit error rate test, antenna testing, or even keyless entry. You can also perform amplitude modulation using on-off keying.

  • 6.6 GHz RF Analog Signal Generator

    PXIe-5652 - National Instruments

    PXIe, 6.6 GHz, PXI RF Analog Signal Generator—The PXIe‑5652 features continuous-wave generation capabilities with FM, 2‑FSK, or OOK modulation. It uses direct digital synthesis (DDS) for high-resolution frequency hopping or phase-continuous sweeping for fixture and device characterization applications. The PXIe‑5652 is ideal for clocking nonstandard sample rates, such as WCDMA signals at baseband or intermediate frequency (IF). With these versatile signal generators, you can perform analog and digital modulation through the onboard DDS circuit, which gives you frequency modulation and frequency-shift keying for applications such as bit error rate test, antenna testing, or even keyless entry. You can also perform amplitude modulation using on-off keying.

  • 400 MS/s Differential I/Q Signal Generator

    PXIe-5450 / 780419-01 - National Instruments

    PXIe, 145 MHz Bandwidth, 16-Bit I/Q PXI Waveform Generator—The PXIe‑5450 is a 145 MHz, dual‐channel arbitrary waveform generator optimized for I/Q communications signals. It is an ideal instrument for testing devices with I/Q inputs, or as the baseband component of an RF vector signal generator. The PXIe‑5450 also features onboard signal processing (OSP) functions that include pulse shaping and interpolation filters, gain and offset control, and a numerically controlled oscillator (NCO) for frequency shifting. The PXIe‑5450 also features advanced synchronization and data streaming capabilities.

  • Microwave Signal Generator - 100 kHz to 50 GHz

    2500B Series - Spanawave Corporation

    Ultra-Low Phase Noise and Fast-Switching Speed in a Single Unit. The 2500B series Microwave Signal Generators include six models covering 100 kHz to 50 GHz.

  • 34Vp-p Differential / Dual Channel Signal Amplifier

    Model 9260 - Tabor Electronics Ltd.

    The 9260 is a bench-top, 2U, half 19” rack size, fully metal case, dual channel DC coupled wideband amplifier designed for high frequency, high current, signal amplification. With a high bandwidth of 45MHz, 34Vp-p into 50 ohms and up to 10W output power, the 9260 is the ideal complimentary amplifier to any signal source that needs a supporting power boost for demanding applications.