Highlights

Stay Ahead with Metrology Instrument

The Keysight PSG signal generators offer metrology-grade performance to help you generate realistic wideband radar, electronic warfare, and satellite communications signals.

  • Generate trusted microwave signals: metrology-grade frequency and level accuracy with excellent distortion and spurious characteristics
  • Rely on the highest quality signals from pure CW tones with 1 W of power to complex, vector-modulated signals with 4 GHz bandwidth
  • Reduce the time you spend on signal creation with PathWave Signal Generation software
  • Take advantage of increased performance, flexibility, and speed when you replace a legacy source with the code-compatible PSG microwave signal generator

Key Specifications

Frequency

100 kHz – 70 GHz

Phase Noise @ 1 GHz (20 kHz offset)

-143 dBc/Hz

Frequency Switching

< 7 ms

IQ Modulation BW (Internal/External)

Up to 4 GHz

Modulation Types Available

AM, FM, PM, Pulse

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PathWave Signal Generation Software

PathWave Signal Generation software is a flexible suite of signal creation tools that will reduce the time you spend on signal simulation. Its performance-optimized reference signals – validated by Keysight – enhance the characterization and verification of your devices.

  • Create performance-optimized reference signals
  • Validate component, transmitter, and receiver testing
  • Ensure designs meet latest standards
  • Speed signal creation and reduce simulation time

Eliminate Uncertainties From Your Test Results with a Reliable Signal Source

In the race to get to market faster, you need test results you can trust. Selecting the right, reliable instrument for the job can make a difference.

A Keysight test expert describes the fundamentals of signal generators in the white paper, below. It will help you make an informed choice when selecting your next source.

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