MG3633A Anritsu RF Generator
The MG3633A is a 2.7 GHz RF Generator from Anritsu. 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-2.7 GHz
- Resolution: 0.01 Hz
- Low noise
- High accuracy and high-output level
- AM, FM, øM
- Quasi-microwave output
- Continuously variable output level: 20 dB with 0.1 dB at any level
- Excellent spectral purity
The Anritsu MG3633A has excellent frequency resolution, frequency switching speed, signal purity, and a high output level in addition to amplitude, frequency, and phase modulation functions. Also, sweep functions are provided for carrier frequency, output level, and modulation frequency so an appropriate sweep can be performed for various devices to be measured.
The MG3633A has a frequency memory that can store 1000 carrier frequencies and a function memory that stores 100 panel settings. Moreover, since the maximum output level is +17 dBm, it can be used for various local signal sources.
The MG3633A is suitable for research and development of mobile communications in the quasi-microwave band, performance evaluation, characteristics testing, and adjustment of various types of radio equipment such as digital land-based mobile communications, mobile satellite communications, satellite broadcasting, and radio LANs.