Multi-Channel Phase-Coherent Signal Generator

Sinolink Multi-channel phase-coherent signal generator is a phase-coherent, and low phase noise signal generator. With 2-5 channels frequency range from 10MHz to 40GHz,with frequency resolution as low as 0.01 Hz. The instruments support narrow pulse modulation. Output power level range from -110dBm to +15dBm, Every channel can be independently fully adjusted.

The instrument comes in a standard 2U/3U rack-mount form and offers LAN control interface, which allows easy and fast communication. Remote control of the instrument can be quickly attained from any host system. Application programming interface (API) or programming examples make the control implementation very easy.

Applications: R&D Low-noise Microwave Generator / Local Oscillator Replacement / Component Test / Receiver Sensitivity Test

Key Features

Frequency range: 10MHz to 40GHz

2-5 RF output channels which can operate individually

Phase coherent among every channel

Channel to channel Relative Phase drift (10GHz, 24h) ≤±1°

Low phase noise, high output power

Narrow pulse modulation

Fast frequency switching time

Model

SLFS440D/SLFS4440T/SLFS20T/SLFS4220D/SLFS40F

Frequency range

10MHz – 20/40GHz (each channel can be different)

Output channel

2-5Ch

Frequency resolution

0.01Hz

Max. output power

•   +15dBm @10MHz-20GHz

•   +13dBm @20GHz-40GHz

Min. output power

-110dBm

Power resolution

0.01dB

Power level uncertainty

•   ≤±1.3dB @>-20dBm

•   ≤±1.5dB @-20 to -70dBm

•   ≤±3dB @≤-70dBm

Non-harmonic spurious

•   ≤-70dBc @10MHz~12GHz

•   ≤-65dBc @12GHz~20GHz

•   ≤-60dBc @20GHz~40GHz

Harmonic spurious

≤-50dBc @10dBm output

Channel to channel isolation

≥80dB

Pulse modulation

Minimum pulse width 50ns

SSB (10GHz)

≤-86dBc/Hz@100Hz

≤-108dBc/Hz@1KHz

≤-116dBc/Hz@10KHz

≤-116dBc/Hz@100KHz

≤-120dBc/Hz@1MHz

≤-140dBc/Hz@10MHz

Internal reference frequency

10MHz

LAN control

RJ-45 (TCP/IP over Ethernet )

Dimension

483mm × 89mm × 559mm (2U)

483mm × 134mm × 559mm (3U)

Weight

≤20kg

(Note: see more detail information in the ‘Resource’)

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