For Sale: Agilent / HP E8257D PSG Analog Signal Generator, Up to 67 GHz
Originally Found: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 Location: Oceanside, California, USA
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Ad DescriptionAgilent / HP E8257D PSG Analog Signal Generator, Up to 67 GHz
The Agilent E8257D PSG Analog Signal Generator delivers industry leading output power, level accuracy, and phase noise performance up to 67 GHz (operational to 70 GHz). The Agilent PSG analog signal generator's high output power and superior level accuracy often eliminates the need of an external amplifier for testing high power devices and minimizes test uncertainty to identify errors early in the design process. The world-class phase noise performance (typically -116 dBc/Hz @ 10 GHz carrier and 10 kHz offset) is ideal for local oscillator, low jitter clock substitution and adjacent channel selectivity tests. When testing advanced RF & microwave radar, communications, and control systems, the PSG analog signal generator delivers the performance you demand. The E8267D Signal Generator is based on a modular microwave signal generator platform optionally add AM, FM, M, and/or pulse Generate continuous wave (CW) signals for LO substitution or swept stimulus response analysis. Optionally add AM, FM, M and/or pulse modulation to accurately characterize RF and microwave components and devices. Many performance enhancement options are also available to configure the signal generator to meet your specific test requirements. Tailor the PSG for today's RF and microwave test applications and easily upgrade in the future as your needs change. Features and specifcations of the Agilent E8257D include:
Agilent / HP E8257D PSG Analog Signal Generator, Up to 67 GHz
Please note: Originally found: Tuesday, May 21, 2013