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Analog signal generator operates at 70 GHz

Anritsu has expanded the frequency range of its Rubidium family of signal generators with the introduction of the MG36271A, which covers 9 kHz to 70 GHz. The MG36271A brings high signal purity, frequency stability, and output power to a wide range of measurement applications in the Q/V band, including those in aerospace, defense, test and measurement, communications, and research.

The signal generator has phase noise of -136 dBc/Hz (typical) and -140 dBc/Hz (measured) at 10 GHz and 10 kHz offset with very low harmonics. Standard output power ranges from -90 dBm to +6 dBm. According to Anritsu, the MG36271A’s atomic clock frequency stability of 8×10E-12 Allan deviation (over 100 seconds) is an order of magnitude better than signal generators that use an OCXO reference oscillator.

Like other family members, the MG36271A offers an extensive set of modulation, frequency sweep, synchronization, and level control capabilities. Housed in a 3U chassis, the signal generator furnishes four USB 3.0 ports on the front panel, a GPIB port on the back panel, and a 10/100/1000 Ethernet port.

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