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8673G Agilent Sweep Generator

The 8673G is a 26 GHz sweep generator from Agilent. A sweep 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 sweep signal generators as test equipment, mostly to measure responses of filters, amplifiers, and electrical components.
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Additional Features:

  • Frequency range: 2.0 GHz-26.0 GHz
  • Frequency Resolution: 4 kHz
  • Frequency Switching Time: 25 ms
  • Time base stability: 0.0000000005 /day
  • External Frequency Reference: 10 MHz
  • Minimum Output Power: -100 dBm
  • Maximum Output Power: 8 dBm
  • Power Resolution: 0.1 dB
  • Output Accuracy: 3.3 dB
  • Output Level Switching Time: 25 ms
  • Output Impedance: 50 Ohm
  • Harmonics (noise): -40 dBc
  • Non-harmonics (noise): -58 dBc
  • Sweep Modes Linear, List
  • Maximum points of step sweep 9999 pt/sec

The Agilent 8673G is a synthesized CW Signal Generator that operates from 2 to 26 GHz. It features calibrated and leveled power from -120 to +8 dBm. The Agilent 8673G has digital sweep modes and is programmable. Typical applications are as a microwave local oscillator.

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