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Saelig Introduces Compact VSG6G1C USB 6GHz RF Vector Signal Generator

Pocketable signal source provides RF test signals with features comparable to full-size analog GHz signal generators and can operate standalone
Fairport, NY: Saelig Company, Inc. announces the availability of Triarchy Technologies’ VSG6G1C RF Vector Signal Generator – a cost-effective pocketable USB-connected RF signal source with capabilities that provide standalone and PC-controlled functions comparable to full-size analog RF signal generators. Offering frequencies from 1MHz to 6.1GHz with frequency sweep, frequency hopping using I&Q modulation, and arbitrary signal generation, this compact signal source can generate most of the modulated signals that RF engineers might need. The VSG6G1C’s many test functions can be customized to meet the needs of proprietary and other nonstandard wireless protocols. This compact design is ideal for field test situations since it can be conveniently added to a field service kit, and configured to operate standalone without any connected PC – just a 5V USB source or battery pack. The VSG6G1C RF Vector Signal Generator can also operate in ATE systems as a signal source module, simulating many different RF systems for test purposes.
With output levels up to 10dBm, signals can be delivered in CW, sweeping, and hopping modes. The unit features a built-in pulse generator for creating pulse modulation. The built-in arbitrary function generator adds the ability to generate a wide range of modulation modes, such as: I&Q modulation, AM, PM, FM analog, FSK, ASK, PSK, MSK, GMSK, SFSK, as well as digital modulation schemes such as QPSK, 8PSK, QAM, and phase modulation types such as CDMA, TMDA, GSM and more. A reference clock input and output is provided.
Compact (4″ x 1″ x 1″) and housed in a light (3oz) metal case, the signal output is provided via an N connector, while the I&Q connectors provide I&Q input and output. A pulse output is available at the rear of the unit for synchronization purposes or when using the device as pulse generator. Intuitive PC software is supplied which displays a simple desktop instrument front panel for adjustments and for setup.
Made by Triarchy Technologies Corp., an innovative Canadian RF design house, the VSG6G1C RF Vector Signal Generator is available now from Saelig Company, Inc. Fairport, NY, Triarchy’s authorized US distributor. For detailed specifications, free technical assistance, or additional information, please contact Saelig at 1-888-7SAELIG, via email: info@saelig.com, or by visiting http://www.saelig.com/category/MFR00149.htm.

Datasheethttp://www.saelig.com/supplier/triarchy/vsg6g1c-datasheet.pdf

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About Saelig Company Inc.
Founded in 1988 in Rochester, New York, Saelig is a North American distributor with a growing reputation for finding and sourcing remarkable, unique test and measurement and control products and components for use in a wide variety of industries. Products lines are continuously added from sources across the globe, and are offered at competitive prices, accompanied by full in-house technical support, exceptional customer service, and fast delivery. For full details of available product lines, please visit www.saelig.com.

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