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looking for an RF signal generator, 0.001 to 3GHz

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johnyaya

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I'm looking for an RF signal generator, 0.001 to 3GHz or there abouts. I've looked at a few different models, but the price tag is kinda high for a small (ok, tiny) company. I'm looking for reasonable performance at low cost. What do you use, and do you like it?

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What I REALLY should do is tradein my spectrum analyzer for one with a tracking generator. None of this stuff is cheap though, not even the used stuff :sad: I'm leaning towards the Advantest R3131 with the tracking generator option. Anybody got one of these? If so, do you like it?
 

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Try to but used one with a affordable price.
For instance at http://www.naptech.com
They sell many kinds of used MW Equipments
with calibrating certificates.I have tried and bought a spectrum analyzer and it is was very clean and results were highly accurate.

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johnyaya said:
I'm looking for an RF signal generator, 0.001 to 3GHz or there abouts. I've looked at a few different models, but the price tag is kinda high for a small (ok, tiny) company. I'm looking for reasonable performance at low cost. What do you use, and do you like it?

Thanks
https://www.edaboard.com/ftopic215651.html
 

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