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Supports New and Existing Spectrum Analyzers

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Generic Tracking Signal Generator Supports New and Existing Spectrum Analyzers

April 7, 2014, San Luis Obispo, California: DS Instruments offers the TG6000, a generic Tracking Signal Generator that is compatible with new and legacy RF/Microwave Spectrum Analyzers. The TG6000 can provide a TG signal from near DC to beyond 6 GHz enabling swept scalar type measurements with a Spectrum Analyzer. In addition a fully synthesized signal source is integrated into the TG6000 allowing its use as a standalone signal generator. The SG source has a frequency range from 25 MHz to 6 GHz.

Typical achievable dynamic range for swept response of a DUT is better than 80 dB. The frequency response of wideband filters as well as very narrow band filters can be easily characterized. The TG6000 is a PC compatible instrument. The built in SG function can be programed over the USB port using industry standard SCPI commands.

A wide range of existing Spectrum Analyzers has built in support. By setting the rear panel selector switches the TG6000 can be quickly configured for another model of Spectrum Analyzer.  The supplied PC software allows users to customize the TG6000 for their own Spectrum Analyzer if needed. For more information see www.dsinstruments.com.



About DS Instruments

DS Instruments is dedicated to providing quality RF test equipment and specialized hardware in smaller form-factors and at lower cost than previously available. All hardware design, firmware development and assembly is based in San Luis Obispo, California.  We pride ourselves in using genuine components from the top semiconductor manufacturers.



Will Samuels
DS Instruments
San Luis Obispo, California
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Posted  April 10, 2014

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