Test And Measurement Products

  1. High Performance VNA VN Test Cable

    MegaPhase's VN series cable is a rugged precision test cable to be used on Microwave Network Analyzers and similar test equipment. Our VN series cable utilizes GrooveTube® technology and features the best phase and amplitude stability for repeatable accurate measurements.

  2. Fast-Switching Synthesizer: FST-3000-XA

    This fast-switching synthesizer operates in the 2500 MHz to 3000 MHz frequency range and is ideal for applications involving test and measurement equipment, simulator systems, or as a local oscillator in advanced radar receiver systems.

  3. High Power Family Of Products For EW, ECM, Radar/Comm Applications

    dB Control’s family of traveling wave tube amplifiers (TWTAs) features a combined frequency range of 2 to 18 GHz up to 15kW output power. dB Control utilizes our proprietary transformer fabrication, encapsulation and high-voltage potting techniques developed for demanding military applications which results in superior reliability, low cost and ease of maintenance.  Products in this series are ideal for several applications, including: test and measurement, electronic warfare (EW) simulation, RFI/EMI/EMC Testing, electronic countermeasures (ECM), and antenna pattern and radar-cross section measurements.

  4. PLL (Phase-Locked Loop) Synthesizer
    RFHIC’s phase-locked loop synthesizer modules have ultra low phase noise and guarantee low EVM. Ranging from 1000+ different models, check out the product list for your application...
  5. Spectrum Monitor Module: MS27100A

    The MS27100A is designed to facilitate the identification and removal of illegal or unlicensed interference signals. Problem signals can be identified as they occur in real time by monitoring a spectrum continuously. Unwanted signal activity and their patterns can also be observed, which provides an efficient way to characterize and locate the source of the interference problem.

  6. R&S® ESW EMI Test Receiver

    The R&S® ESW is an EMI test receiver featuring the widest dynamic range with a high 1 dB compression point and high sensitivity due to its low inherent noise. Designed to combine the functions of a full-featured analyzer and an EMI test receiver in one instrument, this device is capable of operation in the 2 Hz to 8 GHz, 2 Hz to 26.5 GHz, and 2 Hz to 44 GHz frequency ranges, and is ideal for demanding EMI certification measurements required in automotive and A&D markets.

  7. Phase Noise Test Systems For Testing Amplifiers: Model 7000 Series

    The Model 7000 Series of Phase Noise Test Systems offers an integrated testing solution comprised of a two-channel cross-correlation system with two internal tunable reference sources, while also allowing measurements with external references. These flexible instruments are designed to provide an essential set of measurement functions for assessing signal sources with VHF to microwave frequencies.

  8. GNSS Global Navigation Satellite System For The R&S SMBV100A Vector Signal Generator

    Whether in the R & D lab or in production, the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) solution for the R&S®SMBV100A sets new standards in the field of satellite simulation. It supports all possible scenarios, from simple setups with individual, static satellites all the way to flexible scenarios generated in realtime with up to 12 dynamic GPS and Galileo satellites.

  9. Power Sensor: 7020 Series

    Bird’s 7020 Power Sensor provides forward and reflected power measurement over a 350 MHz to 4.0 GHz frequency range. It’s ideal for a myriad of applications including, but not limited to: public safety, WiMAX/WLAN, analog broadcast, analog/digital cellular, tactical military, radar, avionics, analog/digital broadcast, GPS, Bluetooth, public safety, telematics, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, and more.

  10. dB-3908 TWT Amplifier

    The dB-3908 TWT Amplifier (TWTA) is designed to use two wideband, periodic permanent magnet (PPM)-focused TWTs to amplify CW, AM, FM or pulse-modulated signals. The dB-3908 offers higher saturated output power and improved harmonic performance when compared to a single TWT approach.