2041 IFR RF Generator
The 2041 is a 2.7 GHz RF Generator from IFR . 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.
- Frequency range: 10 kHz to 2.7 GHz
- Low residual FM noise: 0.3 Hz RMS at 1 GHz
- Low spurious signals: –90 dBc non-harmonics
- Low phase noise: –140 dBc/Hz at 1 GHz
- Comprehensive modulation modes +13 dBm output (+19 dBm optional)
- 0.1 Hz to 500 kHz modulation oscillator
- Comprehensive frequency and amplitude sweep capabilities
The 2041 low noise signal generator covers frequencies from 10 kHz to 2.74 GHz. With a choice of operating modes, two low noise modes for improved SSB phase noise and normal mode for increased flexibility, the 2041 can be used in a wide variety of applications.
Microprocessor control coupled with a large screen dot matrix display provides ease of use via menu driven displays. Set up time is further reduced by recalling previously stored instrument settings from the non-volatile memory.
Remote programming via the GPIB is provided as a standard feature,allowing the instruments to be incorporated in automatic test systems.