The R&S DVSG digital video signal generator is a universal platform for generating and playing compressed and uncompressed video and audio signals. It features transport stream (TS) interfaces as well as all common audio/video (AV) interfaces for the latest TV display technology.
Berkeley Nucleonics' new Model 855 series is a phase coherent, multi-output, fast switching, and low phase noise signal generator operating within the 10 MHz to 6.2, 12.5, or 20.0 GHz range, ideally used for applications where accurate signal quality and wide output power are required.
AR E-field generators offer exceptional uniformity between the elements. Our ATE10K30M uses low inductance high-power internal load resistors to terminate RF power, and offers well-matched input VSWR. The ATE10K100M is our own patent-pending folded-dipole type design. And we haven't yet found a test object the ATE10K30M-1 can't handle
Higher power in their signal generators was Berkeley Nucelonics’ number one request from their customers, and they delivered on it. The model 845-HP microwave signal generator is very similar to the model 845, but its wide and accurately levelled output power range (up to +23 DBM) and high spurious suppression set it apart.
Berkeley Nucleonics offers a diverse line of microwave signal sources and microwave signal generators with a new fast switching option for R&D, radar simulation and testing, local oscillator development, commercial communications (like satellite and microwave link), and microwave component testing applications.
In-vehicle systems (IVS) are designed to connect to a public safety answering point when an automobile is an accident. They transmit a minimum set of data to emergency personnel that includes the vehicle’s GPS coordinates. Rohde & Schwarz recently developed a setup for manufacturers of these automatic in-vehicle systems (IVS) for reliability testing.