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Digital radio test set by Aeroflex offers low phase noise

21 Aug 2013

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Aeroflex 3900 series

Aeroflex Inc.'s Aeroflex 3900 series of digital radio test sets get a direct replacement in the form of the 3920B. The device provides enhanced spectral purity with SSB (single sideband) phase noise specified at -110dBc/Hz at a 10-kHz offset with its new RF signal generator.

According to Aeroflex, this level of performance is achieved at an offset from the carrier that is significantly less than the industry standard for this type of specification, which is typically 20kHz.

The ability to attain such low phase noise close to the carrier makes the 3920B useful for digital narrowband and analog receiver testing where narrowband phase noise is critical. In addition to general-purpose analog measurements, the 3920B offers a range of digital test functions and digital test personalities, including P25, P25 Phase II, DMR, NXDN, dPMR, and TETRA.

The radio test set's standard 1-GHz frequency range can be optionally extended to 2.7GHz. Along with all the features and functions of the 3920, the 3920B leverages the expanding library of Auto-Test II capabilities for automated test and alignment of a wide range of mission-critical radios.

For pricing information, contact a local Aeroflex sales office or call Aeroflex Sales at 800-835-2352. The 3920B is available now with a delivery time of 6 to 8 weeks.


3920B digital radio test set datasheet


For more information, visit www.aeroflex.com.




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