RF Signal Generator from Saelig

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Saelig Co. Inc.
March 3, 2013

The TEG4000-1 from Saelig Co. Inc., Fairport, NY, is a laboratory-quality synthesized 200–4000 MHz RF signal source that can be swept in step sizes as low as 1 kHz between any two frequencies in its specified range. The flash-drive-sized device contains a stable internal 2 ppm 10 MHz crystal reference with –100 dBc/Hz phase noise at 100 kHz offset. Power consumption is 150 mA at 5 V. Other features include 0.5 GB of flash memory for installation files, test data, and other supporting documentation; storage for drivers, utilities, and documentation; and 1 dBm output from its SMA connector. Applications include RF signal generation for frequency or scalar measurements and multi-tone testing when two or more units are combined.


CompanySaelig Co. Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)


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