Pure and Precise
On the path to better performance, the pure and precise MXG X-Series signal generators are fine-tuned to be your “golden transmitter” in R&D. Whether you’re pushing for a linear RF chain or an optimized link budget, the analog and vector MXG models deliver the performance and capabilities you need: phase noise, ACPR, channel coding, and more.
- Address the demanding tests requirements of radar modules and systems with excellent phase noise
- Keep pace with the latest data throughput in LTE-Advanced and 802.11ac WLAN with 160 MHz bandwidth and EVM down to 0.4%
- Drive power amplifiers and characterize nonlinear power amplifier behavior with industry-leading ACPR and output power
- Accelerate your calibration process with switching speeds of less than 600 us
9 kHz - 40 GHz
Phase Noise @ 1 GHz (20 kHz offset)
<= 600 us
IQ Modulation BW (Internal/External)
Up to 200 MHz
Modulation Types Available
AM, FM, PM, Pulse
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Signal Studio Software
Signal creation for a wide range of general purpose or standards-based signals
- Create Performance-Optimized Reference Signals - Create calibrated signals, validated by Keysight, that conform to industry standards to help enhance the characterization and verification of your devices
- Validate Component, Transmitter, and Receiver Testing - Easily create and playback customized waveforms for component testing with virtually distortion-free test signals.
- Ensure Designs Meet Latest Standards - Trust that the signals you generate are current with the latest emerging technologies
- Speed Signal Creation and Reduce Simulation Time - Accelerate your testing with graphical tree-style navigation
Best Practices for Optimizing Your Signal Generator
Signal generators provide precise, highly stable test signals for a variety of components and system test applications. Knowing the capabilities and performance of your signal generator is the first step in making accurate and consistent measurements. In this two-part Application Note, we discuss the best practices to optimize your signal generator.