Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "Signal generators", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release Broadband source has broad appeal from Agilent Technologies Europe, which we summarised at the time by saying "Economy-class continuous-wave microwave signal generator is specifically designed to maximise uptime and reduce cost of ownership". Earlier in the week, we featured the news release Software makes sense of complex signals from Aeroflex: "Latest version provides complete multidimensional testing operations and advanced analysis and data generation capabilities".
In January 2008, we covered the news from Rohde and Schwarz concerning its SFE100, SFE and SFU - take a look at Generators cover all broadcast requirements which says: "All conventional broadcasting standards are supported: analogue and digital, terrestrial, satellite, cable, mobile TV and digital sound broadcasting".
Take a look also at the news release from TiePie Engineering, Multichannel software enables flexible measurement, as well as Transmitter puts receivers on trial from Rohde and Schwarz, and Microwave generator achieves high frequencies from Anritsu (UK).
Microwave signal generators add pulsed output (September 2007)
The Aeroflex 6800 Series with internal pulse modulator is the only self-contained, single-box radar testing solution on the market
Software tool supports wireless standards (August 2007)
Keithley's SignalMeister is a free, PC-based software tool that creates arbitrary waveform (ARB) files that can be downloaded to Keithley's Model 2910 RF Vector Signal Generator
Mobile WiMAX testing supports the new wave (August 2007)
Vector Signal Analyser, Signal Studio and Mobile WiMAX test set measurement solutions to facilitate testing of the WiMAX Forum's Wave 2 system profiles
Acquisition expands scope of RF instruments (July 2007)
Keithley Instruments has acquired Lyocom, a private company that develops and sells software algorithms used for generating and analysing complex digital waveforms
Software simplifies RF waveform generation (July 2007)
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