signal generator


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signal generator

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(Electrical Engineering) electrical engineering an apparatus used to generate a signal consisting of a known oscillating voltage, usually between 1 microvolt and 1 volt, over a range of frequencies, to test electronic equipment
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Tenders are invited for Procurement of vector signal generator
As a reference signal generator, the R&S BTC generates the globally used TV and audio broadcasting standards, simulates transmissions and analyzes the audio/video functions of DUTs in realtime.
The N5194A receives its local oscillator and reference signals from the N5193A UXG X-Series agile signal generator.
In further progress of this work a signal generator will be introduced, which offers the same functionality of the TCU software regarding the generation of transient control signals during a gearshift prozess.
A signal generator produces signals that are used as a stimulus for electronic measurements.
USPRwire, Wed Nov 11 2015] Signal Generator Market by Product, Technology, Applications, End Users (Telecommunication, Electronics Manufacturing, Industrial, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Education, and Medical), and by Geography - Global Forecast to 2015 - 2020
The portable device is a compact, software-tunable, dual channel RF signal generator which can be controlled by a Windows or Linux PC via its USB port, or run as a standalone generator.
The test set features a new low phase noise RF signal generator in addition to the functionality available on the Aeroflex 3900 Series Radio Test Sets.
Normal signal generator with 20Vpp can Max output 10MHz or 20MHz frequency, because the max amplitude output is negatively affected as the frequency rising.
The programmable signal generator produces any waveform and supports data input from Microsoft Excel.
The 20 GHz high performance vector upconverter module offers greater than 1 GHz modulation bandwidth, based on the PSG vector signal generator and the 20/40 GHz analog upconverter module, based on the PSG analog signal generator.
Contract award notice: Vector signal generator and frequency converter including signal source.