Noise Source Promises +/-0.25 dB Flatness Over 10 kHz To 3 GHz

March 12, 2008
Noise Source Promises +/-0.25 dB Flatness Over 10 kHz to 3 GHz To reduce measurement uncertainty in broadband applications, a coaxial noise source features typical flatness of +/-0.25 dB over the entire frequency range of 10 kHz to 3 GHz. ...

Noise Source Promises +/-0.25 dB Flatness Over 10 kHz to 3 GHz

To reduce measurement uncertainty in broadband applications, a coaxial noise source features typical flatness of +/-0.25 dB over the entire frequency range of 10 kHz to 3 GHz. The NW3G-CS comes with calibrated, cardinal excess-noise-ratio (ENR) frequencies. The noise source is available in 15 and 30 dB ENRs. Standard operation is from +28 VDC with a 20-mA maximum current draw. The unit features a small profile housing of 0.75 by 0.5 by 1.25 inches excluding connectors. The NW3G-CS is available with a variety of input and output connectors. Applications include built-in test equipment, noise-figure testing, wireless test equipment, jamming, and as an economical source for broadband power. Alternative voltages, output levels, and frequencies also are available.

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NoiseWave Corp., 11 Melanie Ln., East Hanover, NJ 07936; (973) 386-1119, FAX: (973) 386-1131, Internet: www.noisewave.com.

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