Keysight Agilent HP E4428C

E4428C Agilent RF Generator

6 GHz, ESG Analog Signal Generator

The E4428C is a 6 GHz RF Generator from Agilent. An rf generator is a tool engineers use to generate sinusoidal outputs while testing electronic equipment. The output will automatically have its frequency varied or swept between frequencies. A “sweep” is one complete cycle of a frequency variation. Engineers use rf signal generators as test equipment, mostly to measure responses of filters, amplifiers, and electrical components.

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Keysight Agilent HP E4428C Features:

Signal Characteristics

  • 250 kHz to 3 or 6 GHz (.01 Hz resolution)
  • -136 to 17 dBm @ 1 GHZ and 10 dBm @ 6 GHz output power
  • +/-0.5 to +/-0.9 dB level accuracy (> -110 dBm)

Spectral purity

  • -134 dBc/Hz SSB phase noise @ 20 kHz offset, 1 GHz carrier (typ)
  • Enhanced phase noise performance (Option UNJ) ships standard
  • High-stability timebase: oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OXCO)
  • AM, FM, ØM, and pulse (may be simultaneously enabled)
  • Typical 6 ns rise/fall times and 20 ns pulse width
  • Dual internal function generators: sine, square, triangular, ramp, and noise

Automation and Communication Interface

  • 10BaseT LAN and GPIB
  • SCPI and IVI-COM drivers
  • Backwards compatible with all ESG signal generators

The Keysight Agilent HP E4428C ESG analog signal generator delivers outstanding spectral purity, level accuracy, output power, and analog modulation performance up to 3 or 6 GHz for all general-purpose test needs. This makes the Keysight Agilent HP E4428C ESG a superb choice for general-purpose tests requiring CW, AM, ØM, and FM receiver and component test signals in the cellular, ISM, and UNII frequency bands.

Keysight Agilent HP E4428C - Option Descriptions

Option Item Description
1EM Moves all front panel connectors to rear panel
503 Frequency range from 250KHz to 3GHz
506 Frequency range from 250KHz to 6GHz
UNB High output power with mechanical attenuator