New Lab Brick 6-18 GHz signal generator from Vaunix

New Lab Brick 6-18 GHz signal generator from Vaunix

Published: 1st May 2018

Vaunix have launched a new 6-18 GHz signal generator, offering up to 80 dB of power control range.

Lab Brick model LMS-183DX is an easily programmable digital signal generator that is useful in wireless ATE test stands and in radar testing and simulations.

The device is easily programmed via USB connection to a PC and includes intuitively designed GUI software that will get you up and running fast.

The LMS-183DX has a power control range of 80 dB, +10 to -70 dBm from the 6 to 13 GHz, and a power control range of 65 dB, +10 to -55 dBm from the 13 to 18 GHz. This unit typically operates with a voltage stand wave ratio (VSWR) at 1:4:1 (2.0:1 maximum) and weighs less than one pound. Maximum harmonics are -25 dBc (-38 dBc typically) when the LMS-183DX is set to +10 dBm output power.

It includes advanced on-board testing and simulation features such as phase-continuous linear-frequency sweeping, internal/external 10 MHz reference, and optional pulse modulation. This programmable signal generator can be operated through the included, easy-to-use graphical user interface (GUI).

Easily programmed for ATE applications, LMS signal generators are a cost-effective solution whether you are in engineering, the production test lab, or in the field.

Units are RoHS compliant and can be used with any PC or laptop computer with a USB 2.0 port (or powered USB hub) and Windows operating system.

Lab Brick Signal Generators are provided with easy to use Lab Brick GUI software, 32 and 64 bit API DLL files, LabVIEW and Linux compatible drivers.

The Lab Brick LMS-183DX signal generator is now available to buy from MCS Test.

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