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SRS SG384 — 4 GHz RF signal generatorSRS SG384 — 4 GHz RF signal generatorSRS SG384 — 4 GHz RF signal generatorSRS SG384 — 4 GHz RF signal generator
  • SRS SG384 — 4 GHz RF signal generator
  • SRS SG384 — 4 GHz RF signal generator
  • SRS SG384 — 4 GHz RF signal generator
  • SRS SG384 — 4 GHz RF signal generator

SRS SG384 — 4 GHz RF signal generator

Art. nr: SRS SG384

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Product description

  • DC to 4.05 GHz 
  • 1 µHz resolution
  • AM, FM, ØM, PM and sweeps
  • OCXO timebase (std.)
  •  -116 dBc/Hz SSB phase noise (20 kHz offset, f = 1 GHz)
  • Rubidium timebase (opt.)
  • Square wave clock outputs (opt.)
  • Analog I/Q inputs (opt.)
  • Ethernet, GPIB and RS-232 interfaces

The SG384 uses a unique, innovative architecture (Rational Approximation Frequency Synthesis) to deliver ultra-high frequency resolution (1 µHz), excellent phase noise, and versatile modulation capabilities (AM, FM, ØM, pulse modulation and sweeps) at a fraction of the cost of competing designs.

 

The standard model SG384 produces sine waves from DC to 4.05 GHz. There is an optional frequency doubler (Opt. 02) that extends the frequency range to 8.10 GHz. Low-jitter differential clock outputs (Opt. 01) are available, and external I/Q modulation inputs (Opt. 03) are also offered.

For demanding applications, the SG384 can be ordered with a rubidium timebase (Opt. 04).

 

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The SG384 has two front-panel outputs with overlapping frequency ranges. A BNC provides outputs from DC to 62.5 MHz with adjustable offsets and amplitudes from 1 mV to 1 Vrms into a 50 Ω load.

An N-type output sources frequencies from 950 kHz to 4.05 GHz with power from +13 dBm to ‑110 dBm (amplitude from 1 Vrms to 0.707 µVrms) into a 50 Ω load.

 

The price include all shipping costs and import duties into the Baltic and Scandinavian countries within EU.