These systems are used to replicate transmission channels for applications including radar range replication, radio networks, and wireless system testing. A range of products are available with uni and bi-directional capability, Doppler and multipath generation, and moving target control that truly brings the test range to your test bench.
Ultra precise and highly stable test systems used for calibration, verification, and development of aircraft radar altimeters. Test sets operate with any and all altimeter technologies including LPI, encrypted, FMCW, and pulsed systems. They are available with ascent/descent capability, Doppler, multipath, and variable aircraft installation delay.
Measurement capability for critical frequency stability and purity applications including radar transmitters, frequency synthesizers, and crystal oscillators. Our phase noise test systems offer the industry’s highest dynamic range and rapid measurement speed. They are particularly useful for pulsed and CW residual and absolute measurements including pulse stability testing with the best microwave performance available.
The SLC is a very affordable single or dual clock 7 GHz synthesizer that exhibits outstanding phase noise and jitter performance in a very small package.
With -170 dBc/Hz phase noise floor at 10 MHz, the SLC is the lowest phase noise compact clock synthesizer of the industry that can help you challenge tomorrow's requirements for high speed, high bandwidth Software Defined Radio applications (SDR) and low phase noise PLL and DDS synthesis.
Its high power output is ideal to drive mixers' LO inputs or high-speed digital clocks. Its very low jitter profile makes ADC and DAC testing more accurate. This source is often cleaner than a crystal oscillator and can offer a high SNR, up to 135 dB.
USB control helps you seamlessly integrate this tool in your test project or clock distribution architecture. Both synthesizers can be controlled completely independently and do not share any common reference frequencies. However, when coherent signals are required, they can be locked to each other with the help of their 10 MHz reference signals.
Optional ultra-low phase noise OCXO allows the synthesizers to reach their best specification and if this is not enough, the external 10 MHz reference input will extends its long term frequency stability (Allan variance) to the one of atomic clocks.
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