Portable Signal Generator SYN-E/X/X series E-band and W-band (optional)
The Portable Signal Generator SYN-E/X/X series is digitally controlled millimeter wave synthesizer providing output frequency in E-band or W-band spectrum in few sub-bands. It is compact and light weight. Unlike many other analogues on the market, ELVA-1 signal generator provides a direct setting of the output frequency through the software application, without the hassle of using multiplication factors from the base frequency.
High signal quality and adjustable power output with a 40 dB dynamic range and 1 kHz frequency resolution makes SYN-E/X/X series generator an ideal for use in test labs within scientific and industrial applications,
The availability of power supply both from the mains and from a mobile source, such as a car battery, allows the generator to be used for a wide range of laboratory, scientific and industrial applications.
SYN-E/X/X series generator available for E-band as standard models but also for W-band as custom-designed equipment.
Abbreviation code legend (How to order)
- X1 – start frequency
- X2 – stop frequency
- X3 – power in mW
SYN-E/70/72#200 means 200 mW version and 70 to 72 GHz frequency range
Available power options by default: 200 mW, 500 mW, 2000 mW. Contact us for custom power value for your project.
Consider E-band role to meet 5G requirements, SYN-E/X/X series generator can be used in lab or field environment to support test and development procedures of various millimeter wave equipment within 5G networks.
- Low Phase Noise
SYN-E Generator provides a high level of RF signal purity.
Examples for 70 GHz frequency:
‒50 dBc/Hz @ 10 kHz offset
‒98 dBc/Hz @ 100 kHz offset
‒100 dBc/Hz @ 1 MHz offset
- High Power & Small Size
200 mW (+23 dBm) basic opt.
500 mW (+27 dBm), option #1
2000 mW (up to +33 dBm),option #2
The output power options: Note. 2000 mW SYN-E model is housed in bigger case than on the photo.
Signal generator Datasheet and Quick Start Guide
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