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EM Research Press Release - December 22, 2009

EM Research Introduces Broadband RF Signal Generator from 500 to 8000 MHz

EM Research MBS-8000NEWS from
EM Research, Inc.
775-345-2411
P.O. Box 10430
Reno, NV 89510-0430
1301 Corporate Blvd.
Reno, NV 89502
sales@emresearch.com
www.emresearch.com


Reno, Nevada -- December 22, 2009 -- The MBS-8000 from EM Research operates as a broadband RF Signal Generator from 500 to 8000 MHz. The unit is capable of 100 kHz step size, <10 mSec switch speed, and utilizes a 10 MHz external or internal reference. The MBS-8000 operates on +5VDC @ 230 mA, and features +7 dBm output power, low phase noise (<-95 dBc/Hz @ 100 kHz, Fout=8 GHz), from -30˚C to +70˚C. Low spurs and harmonics are additional features of the MBS.

The MBS is small (3.5” x 2.5” x 0.6”) and has female SMA connectors on the reference and RF I/O ports. The programming connector is a Micro-Mini-D, 21-Pin Male. The unit includes an easy-to-use and easy-to-install GUI interface for laboratory or field-programming via PC.

Applications: Portable RF signal generator, electronic warfare, ATE, software defined radio, and lab source.


EM Research MBS-8000 phase noise









Posted 12/23/2009
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