Test And Measurement Products

  1. 7 GHz Signal Analyzer: Model 7070
    1/16/2014

    This signal analyzer covers the 5 MHz to 7 GHz frequency range and offers measurements down to -185 dBc/Hz. It’s ideal for general purpose phase and amplitude noise tests, automated production testing, time domain and spectrum analysis, and cross-correlator FFT analysis.

  2. Calibration Solutions
    8/27/2012

    SenarioTek provides calibration for all types of applications; from automated inline calibration to testing in a thermal vacuum. They can work with frequencies up to 50 GHz, and can provide calibration solutions in signal routing, calibration standards, mixers, power sensors, attenuators, noise sources, amplifiers, and filters

  3. NEW: Ultra-Low Noise Signal Sources: XMN & XMNP Series
    8/2/2012

    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.

  4. Impedance Meter
    12/21/1999
    An impedance meter has been released to measure the impedance of lines from 5 to 100 kW
  5. 9000B Power Meter With Diode Sensor, 100 kHz to 40 GHz
    1/21/2005

    The Krytar Model 9000B is a low cost, high performance CW power meter using a diode-based power sensor.

  6. NBM Series Field Probes
    7/27/2006
    Narda-STS’ family of products have been expanded with the NBM series. This family features lightweight and very rugged meters and probes with expanded calibration and capabilities from 3 kHz to over 60 GHz...
  7. R&S ESL EMI Test Receiver
    8/20/2008

    The R&S®ESL EMI test receiver combines two instruments in one, measuring EMC disturbances in accordance with the latest standards and also serving as a full-featured spectrum analyzer for diverse lab applications. The R&S®ESL is the ideal instrument for small budgets.

  8. Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of RCS
    3/14/2017

    It is a reality that in the last decade signature control engineering has received growing attention from worldwide navies. Among these signatures, RCS (Radar Cross Section) is probably one of the most recognized ones, even to the uninitiated, due to its strong visible impact on the shaping of a ship’s superstructure.

  9. R&S FSUP Signal Source Analyzer
    6/29/2006
    The Signal Source Analyzer R&S FSUP offers the user a high-end spectrum analyzer (R&S FSU) up to a maximum frequency of 50 GHz, combined with a phase noise tester based on the PLL method. In addition, the R&S FSUP is equipped with two independent, very low-noise DC ports. Supply voltage and tuning voltage can be individually defined for each port via a clear-cut menu, which enables control of external oscillators or a complete characterization. Like an FM/PM/AM demodulator – the R&S FSUP records the oscillator signal over time. With the functionality of a phase noise tester, time domain and spectrum analyzer combined into a single device with a maximum input frequency of 50 GHz, the R&S FSUP is the optimum instrument for development and production.
  10. Overview of Dow-Key’s Electromechanical Matrix Capabilities
    12/12/2006
    Dow-Key provides electro-mechanical switch matrices in an array of configurations