The R&S BTC broadcast test center from Rohde & Schwarz provides a complete testing environment for nearly all audio, video and multimedia applications – in a single device. The RF reference signal generator generates RF signals for all global TV and broadcasting standards and simulates transmissions. The generator can also internally analyze the audio/video functions of DUTs in realtime. The modular design provides a high degree of scalability, allowing the R&S BTC to be configured for any customer requirement.
With its multi-channel 250 ps-resolution timing capabilities, Berkeley Nucleonics’ model 575 digital delay/pulse generator is ideal for laser experimentations involving triggering, gating, delaying, pulsing, or syncing. It can also be used in external clock syncing, laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), PIV, laser timing, and more.
The analog R&S®SMC100A sets new standards for attractively-priced signal generators. It has the smallest size and the best price/performance ratio in its class.
This series of ultra-low noise signal sources features exceptionally low phase noise, supplementary output at oscillator frequency, and a wide range of output frequencies and multiplication ratios. They provide a range of high-performance building blocks between 200 MHz and 3 GHz.
Berkeley Nucleonics’ model 577 is a digital delay/pulse generator with its own trigger, its own gate, its own delay and width settings, and eight outputs – each configurable with their own pattern. It provides precise delays and widths with 250pS resolution for times up to 1000 seconds.
As its model number implies, the 745-20C-T is a digital delay generator with 20 channels in one unit. It features a 100 ps time resolution (standard, with an optional 250 fs time resolution), 5 ps jitter (internal trigger), a 25 ps jitter (external trigger), 1 ns output rise times, and more.
This ultra-compact RF signal generator is ideal for EMC/EMI applications and for use as a general purpose RF source. It comes in a compact and rugged enclosure and covers the 9 kHz to 3.0 GHz frequency range.