Rigol DSG800 Series RF Signal Generator

New Rigol DSG800 Series RF Signal Generators

Published: 5th October 2015

The DSG800 establishes a new standard in economical RF signal generators. Combined with the Rigol DSA800 spectrum analyser, the product pair provides a powerful solution for RF test and measurement applications.

The DSG800 offers outstanding performance at a great price. There are two models in the series:

DSG815 - covering output frequencies from 9kHz to 1.5GHz

DSG830 - covering output frequencies from 9kHz to 3GHz.

Maximum output power is +20 dBm (typical). Phase noise reaches -105 dBc/Hz (typical). The DSG800 also provides frequency and level sweep functions, AM/FM/ØM analogue modulations as well as powerful pulse modulation function. With all of these features, the DSG800 is an excellent source for high quality signals (including RF, LF, sweep, pulse and a variety of analogue modulated signals), and for use as a stable reference.

Compared to similar products on the market, the DSG800 is lightweight and occupies very little workbench space. With this outstanding portability, it's the perfect choice for various fields such as education laboratories, industrial production lines, as well as research and development labs.

Key features:

  • Frequency range from 9 kHz to 1.5 GHz or 3 GHz
  • Up to +20 dBm (typical) maximum output power
  • Special digital ALC circuit ensuring its stability and reliability
  • Complete AM/FM/ØM analog modulation functions
  • Powerful pulse modulation function; provides optional pulse train generator
  • Portable; Weight is approx. 4.2 kg and the dimensions (W × H × D) are only 261.5 mm × 112 mm × 318.4 mm

The complete package...

The combination of the DSG800 RF signal generator and DSA800 spectrum analyser can provide complete and thoroughly reliable solutions for RF test and measurement applications.

For further information please call +44 (0)8453 62 63 65 or email.

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