N5183B 31.8 or 40 GHz MXG Microwave Analog Signal Generator

N5183B MXG Microwave Analog Signal Generator

Specifications

  • 9kHz to 20 or 40  GHz
  • Output power @ 1 GHz: -130 dBm to +23 dBm
  • Phase noise @1 GHz (20 kHz offset): -146 dBc/Hz
  • Frequency switching: ≤ 600 µs
  • Harmonics @1 GHz: <-40 dBc
  • IQ modulation BW internal/external: n/a
  • Non-Harmonics @1 GHz: -100 dBc
  • Sweep mode: List / step
  • Baseband generator mode: n/a
  • Waveform playback memory: n/a
  • Frequency modulation-maximum deviation @1 GHz: 4 MHz
  • Frequency modulation-rate @100 kHz deviation: DC to 7 MHz
  • Phase modulation-maximum deviation in normal mode: 0.5 rad to 64 rad
  • Phase modulation-maximum deviation in high-BW mode: 0.05 rad to 6.4 rad
  • Amplitude modulation-maximum depth: 100%
  • Amplitude modulation-rate: 0 to 100 kHz

Options

Frequency Range
·       N5183B-513 Frequency range, 9 kHz to 13 GHz
·       N5183B-520 Frequency range, 9 kHz to 20 GHz
·       N5183B-532 Frequency range, 9 kHz to 31.8 GHz
·       N5183B-540 Frequency range, 9 kHz to 40 GHz
Performance
·       N5183B-UNZ Fast switching
·       N5183B-UNW Narrow pulse modulation
·       N5183B-UW2 Narrow pulse modulation up to 31.8 GHz
·       N5183B-UNT AM, FM phase modulation
·       N5183B-320 Pulse train generator
·       N5183B-303 Multifunction generator
·       N5183B-1ER Flexible reference input (1-50 MHz)
·       N5183B-1EA High output power
·       N5183B-1E1 Step attenuator, 115 dB
·       N5183B-UZ2 Fast frequency switching > 1.15 ms & +/-0.05% of final frequency
·       N5183B-006 Instrument security and removable memory card
·       N5183B-UNY Low phase noise
Connector Type
·       N5183B-1ED Type-N (f) RF output connector
Connector Configuration
·       N5183B-1EM Moves all connectors to rear pannel

 

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