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The PSG Signal Generator is the ultimate 5G/Wigig Millimeter Wave Signal Generator. In order to generate 5G or WIGIG (802.11AD, 802.11AY) or Radar signals, also check out M8190A ultra broadband AWG and E8267D Vector PSG
The M8190A also supports cutting edge “RF DAC” modes (in addition to the standard “conventional” NRZ DAC mode, of course), such as RZ and DRZ which modify the “normal” SINC response of a “regular” (NRZ) DAC into very flat responses at Nyquist zones 2 and 3, allowing to use this model for IF generation (I.E. to use replica signals created in Nyquist zones 2 or 3, not only Base Band).
The PSG Signal Generator is the ultimate 5G/Wigig Millimeter Wave Signal Generator. In order to generate 5G or WIGIG (802.11AD, 802.11AY) or Radar signals, also check out M8190A ultra broadband AWG
If you are working with with 5G New Radio (5GNR), Broadband Satcom, Broadband point-to-point wireless, CAR RADAR or 802.11AC / AX, this would be the perfect and most advanced signal analyzer you can use.
Some facts about the N9041B “UXA” Analyzer:
– Relatively new and modern platform, announced in late 2018
– With the exception of the R&S FSWP, this is the industry’s best signal analyzer in terms of SSB phase noise
– This model comes STANDARD with option EXM = The ability to use external mm-w mixers for V-Band or W-Band signal analysis.
– The signal analyzer allows you to download IQ samples or record RF signals in case you are using it with the 89601B VSA SW
A few things you need to know about the N9040B “UXA” analyzer
Source attenuators (extended power range, sometimes referred to as option 1E1, is already included as standard in E5071C Network Analyzers.
The E5072A (we call it “ENA for high power applications”) offers not only high test-port power, but also direct receiver access (see the front panel “jumpers”,) to allow for PAs, couplers or attenuates. A very useful tool for professionals if you measure and characterise amplifiers, perform stability measurements and / or load pull measurements.
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