Synthesized Signal Generators (Synthesizers)
|P/N||Type||Form Factor||Operational Range||Datasheet|
|SHF 78122 B||Synthesized Signal Generator (Synthesizer)||Bench-Top||0.625 GHz to 67 GHz|
|SHF 78212 A||Synthesized Signal Generator (Synthesizer)||Plug-In||0.625 GHz to 67 GHz|
|SHF C991 A||64 GHz Arbitrary Clock Distribution|
|SHF 78123 A||64 GHz Clock Distribution|
|SHF C651 B||67 GHz Clock Buffer / Clock Signal Splitter|
|P/N||Type||No. of Switching Ports||Datasheet|
|SHF C701 A||50 GHz 2:2 Cross Switch (DPDT)||2 ↔ 2|
|SHF C702 A||50 GHz Dual 2:1 Switch (SPDT)||2x (1 ↔ 2)|
|SHF C704 A||50 GHz 4:1 Switch (SP4T)||1 ↔ 4|
|SHF C980 A||60 GHz Switchable Filter Bank||1 ↔ 4|
Clock Signal Amplifiers
|P/N||Type||Passband||Typ. Gain||Min. P3dB||Datasheet|
|SHF 818||Clock Amplifier||36 – 41 GHz||30 dB||29 dBm|
Frequency Dividers & Multipliers
Synthesized Signal Generators (Synthesizers) for Clock Generation
In digital high speed test and measurement, a perfect clock signal is crucial for the generation of low jitter reference test signals. A SHF Synthesized Signal Generator (Synthesizer) used as a clock source can operate over several decades of frequency and is an essential part of any high speed test and measurement environment.
The ability to vary, in a controlled manner, the level and nature of the clock jitter and transfer it to the signal is a key exercise in many R&D as well as production testing. For such stressed test environment, SHF offers a very broad band low jitter clock source, with jitter injection feature, operating over three decades of frequencies from 625 MHz to 67 GHz.
In setups with digital high speed modules and instruments, the clock distribution is always challenging as some parts require a full-clock, others a half-clock, and some even a lower fraction clock signal. Our clock distribution, frequency dividers and frequency doublers are designed to facilitate such a complex test set ups requiring a range of clock signals.
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