Signal Generator Covers 10 MHz To 20 GHz

July 16, 2009
To satisfy automated test and measurement environments and research and development laboratories, Hittite Microwave Corp. has announced the HMC-T2100 frequency generator. It delivers CW output power to +27 dBm in 0.1-dB steps over a 40-dB dynamic range. ...

To satisfy automated test and measurement environments and research and development laboratories, Hittite Microwave Corp. has announced the HMC-T2100 frequency generator. It delivers CW output power to +27 dBm in 0.1-dB steps over a 40-dB dynamic range. The signal generator boasts harmonic rejection that is better than -39 dBc at 1 GHz while spurious products are better than -65 dBc at 10 GHz. In addition, it offers phase noise of -113 dBc/Hz at 100 kHz offset from 1 GHz with insignificant deviation over the temperature range of 0 to +35C.

With a frequency range of 10 MHz to 20 GHz, the signal generator covers all major communication bands with frequency resolution of 10 kHz and switching speed of 300 s. The HMC-T2100 is compact and lightweight, making it well suited for integration within various test environments. It is available for just $7998.

Sponsored Recommendations

Getting Started with Python for VNA Automation

April 19, 2024
The video goes through the steps for starting to use Python and SCPI commands to automate Copper Mountain Technologies VNAs. The process of downloading and installing Python IDC...

Can I Use the VNA Software Without an Instrument?

April 19, 2024
Our VNA software application offers a demo mode feature, which does not require a physical VNA to use. Demo mode is easy to access and allows you to simulate the use of various...

Introduction to Copper Mountain Technologies' Multiport VNA

April 19, 2024
Modern RF applications are constantly evolving and demand increasingly sophisticated test instrumentation, perfect for a multiport VNA.

Automating Vector Network Analyzer Measurements

April 19, 2024
Copper Mountain Technology VNAs can be automated by using either of two interfaces: a COM (also known as ActiveX) interface, or a TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) socket interface...