Portable Signal Generator 20 MHz per µs Frequency Sweep & Chirp

New Portable Signal Generator offers 20 MHz per µs Frequency Sweep and Chirp Modulation

Published: 27th June 2019

It provides test engineers working on broadband testing of components and systems a dependable, calibrated power control range of 80 dB, and 100 Hz frequency setting resolution.

LMS-183CX Lab Bricks operate from 6 GHz to 18 GHz and offer low harmonic energy. They're also easily programmed for:

  • fixed frequency
  • linear frequency sweep (unidirectional or bidirectional at rates up to 20 MHz per μs)
  • pulse modulation
  • chirp modulation.

All controls are managed directly from the included graphical user interface (GUI). If you want to develop your own interface, Vaunix supplies LabVIEW drivers, Windows API DLL files, Linux drivers, Python examples and much more.

Customised versions of the LMS-183CX Lab Brick signal generator can be specifically designed for unique radar receiver bandwidths with similar high-performance features.

Vaunix Lab Bricks and custom wireless network test instruments standard utilise a native USB HID interface to avoid the difficulties inherent in using older serial or IEEE-488 interfaces when implementing over USB. As a result, RF/microwave and wireless test system designers do not need to install kernel level drivers. This makes set up fast, even with low-cost embedded computers using Linux or similar operating systems.

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Vaunix LMS and LSG Signal Generators Series

Frequency Range: Configurations Available up to 20 GHz

The Vaunix LSG and LMS Series Lab Brick RF and Microwave USB Programmable Digital Signal Generators offer high output levels and excellent spectral purity through 20 GHz.

Find out more about Vaunix LMS and LSG Signal Generators Series

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