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.
As its model number implies, the 745T-20C 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 system is comprised of four independent vector signal generators that are able to be phase aligned to one or more of each other, allowing the creation of any complex RF signal environment with any type or mixed types of waveforms.
These low-noise and fast-switching microwave signal generators cover a continuous frequency range of 100 kHz up to 12, 20, and 26.5 GHz, and are available in a fully customizable OEM/1U rack mount configuration. They’re ideally suited for applications that require a high-quality CW microwave source or versatile modulation.
Tektronix offers the AWG70000 Series Arbitrary Waveform Generator for design, testing, and operations of complex components, systems, and experiments. With high sample rate, signal fidelity, waveform memory, and up to 50 GS/s and 10-bit vertical resolution, the generator delivers the industry's best signal stimulus solution for easy generation of ideal, distorted, and real-life signals.
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.
Tektronix's TSG4100A Series of RF Vector Signal Generators with true DC to 2 GHz, 4 GHz, or 6 GHz, and up to 200 MHz modulation bandwidth, support both analog and vector signal generation. The series comes standard with analog modulation.