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Saelig Introduces Flash Drive Sized Synthesized RF Signal Generator

Fri, 02/01/2013 - 10:24am

Saelig Company, Inc. (Fairport, NY) has announced the availability of the TEG4000-1, a laboratory quality, synthesized 200 to 4,000MHz RF signal source. The TEG4000-1 is the smallest USB microwave synthesized source available and is priced significantly below other competitive bench-top offerings. This handy RF source:

  • Can be swept in step sizes as low as 1 kHz between any 2 frequencies in its specified range.
  • Offers +1 dBm output from its SMA connector.
  • Is controlled and set via the supplied PC software.
  • Has an easy-to-use graphical interface, which offers both numeric entry or slider controls.
  • It can be preset to output a specific frequency when PC-connected.
  • Contains a stable, high-quality internal 2 ppm, 10 MHz crystal reference with -100dBc/Hz phase noise @ 100 KHz offset.
  • Has a power consumption of 150 mA @ 5 V.
  • Contains 0.5GB of flash memory used for installation files, test data, and other supporting documentation.

For more information email info@saelig.com or by visit http://www.saelig.com/MFR00131/RWTUSB012.htm.

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