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Signal generators generate electronic signals that can be modified by waveform, impedance, frequency, modulation, and output voltage. The signals produced by the signal generator are used as a stimulus for electronic measurements. Signal generators are most frequently used in troubleshooting, testing, designing, and repairing electronic equipment.

There are a variety of different types of signal generators to choose from depending on testing requirements, including RF signal generators, synthesized signal generators, vector signal generators, and more.

Some of the different types of applications for signal generators include oscillators, pulse generators, random noise generators, frequency synthesizers, and standard signal generators. Oscillators produce sine waves that can be used when measuring the return of acoustic systems, transducers, microphones, loudspeakers, and amplifiers. Pulse generators are used to generate pulsed signals at a particular frequency and span. Random noise generators are used for electronic and mechanical testing and produce wideband noise. Frequency synthesizers can produce an extremely accurate output of frequencies over a wide range. Standard signal generators produce sine waves over a wide range of output power and can test measure gain, bandwidth, and signal to noise ratio.

Avalon offers a variety of signal generators from top manufacturers (R&S, Keysignt, and more) for rent or purchase to meet specific requirements set by IEC, MIL-STD, and CISPR.

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Rohde & Schwarz SMBV100B Vector Signal Generator

The perfect solution for mobile communication, GNSS, and more applications

Teseq ITS 6006B Test System

The ITS 6006 consist of an integrated RF signal generator, RF switch and EUT monitoring interfaces. The unit is designed for various radiated EMC applications in the 80 MHz to 6 GHz frequency range. In addition to the generator, the system includes the AM and PM modulators necessary for EMC testing. The second generation, called ITS 6006B, includes 3 freely configurable pulse modulators (1 µs to 200 s) for radar pulse profiles as required e.g. by Ford FMC1278 or VW TL81000. The RF signal can be switched to one of four outputs, where up to four power amplifiers can be connected directly. Two RF switches are supplied for combining four amplifier into two antenna paths.

Rohde & Schwarz SMA100B RF and Microwave Signal Generator

50 Hz to 60 Hz; 400 Hz; 100 V to 240 V AC

Rohde & Schwarz SMF100A Microwave Signal Generator

Max. frequency range from 100 kHz to 43.5 GHz