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.
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.
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.
The VSG25A is a vector signal generator from Signal Hound featuring a 12-bit I/Q baseband waveform generator that is designed to easily generate analog, digital, and arbitrary waveforms. With the ability to be clocked at any frequency from 54 kHz to 180 MHz, and with an operating frequency range of 100 MHz to 2.5 GHz, this device also includes a 4096 x 16 bit pattern buffer for built-in or custom modulation.
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.