Saelig has announced the introduction of the smallest USB microwave synthesized source, the TEG4000-1. The laboratory- quality, synthesized 200MHz to 4GHz RF signal source can be swept in step sizes as low as 1kHz between any two frequencies in its specified range.
The TEG4000-1 offers +1dBm output from its SMA connector, and is controlled and set via the supplied PC software. Its easy-to-use graphical interface offers both numeric entry or slider controls. A significant feature of the device is that it can be preset to output a specific frequency when PC-connected. In the field, it then becomes a high quality preset frequency source when 5V is applied to its USB connector, without needing a PC connection.
Applications for the TEG4000-1 include local RF signal generation for frequency conversion or scalar measurements, and two or more units can be combined for multi-tone testing.
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