SYM2250H RF Synthesizer






 

SYM2250H RF Synthesizer


SYM2250H RF Synthesizer 

SYM2250H RF Synthesizer module is a very wideband / low noise RF synthesizer, providing many unprecedented features in its volume and price range. Offering as standard fast serial USB hispeed interface, it allows very easy integration. The module takes its single voltage power supply from the USB connector. On / off pulse modulation is also available as standard, allowing fast signals through very short rise and fall times (typ. 25ns). Powered by a powerful ARM7 32 bits micro-controller, it reacts fast to control commands and can also work without an host thanks to an internal EEPROM memory and the possibility to store a number of discrete frequencies that can be programmed with a precise timing. Output level can be set in the -10 to +20 dBm with 1 dB steps. SYM2250H-USB synthesizer module will ideally come as a replacement for laboratory synthesizers to integrate in production test benches, in multi-carriers test equipments, or as local oscillator sources. Provided with Windows control software, it can also be used as an auxiliary RF signal generator in laboratory.

SYM2250H RF Synthesizer

  • 50 MHz to 2200 MHz, 1 kHz frequency step
  • USB interface as standard with USB mini-B connector. 
  • Output level range +20 to -10 dBm
  • Phase noise: <-100 dBc at 100kHz offset from carrier at 1GHz
  • Frequency stability : +/- 0,5 ppm with internal reference. (+/-2,5ppm on temperature range)
  • Harmonics : < -30 dBc, Non-harmonics : < -70 dBc 
  • Single voltage supply : 5 V dc, 250 mA through USB
  • External reference input, programmable frequency.
  • Internal reference frequency output, 20MHz.
  • Switching time : < 1 ms
  • Temperature range : -40 .. +85°C
  • Configuration memories : 100
  • Dimensions : 115(L) x 55(l) x 25(h) mm
  • Weight : 125 g.   

SYM2250H RF Synthesizer 

  • Frequency
  • Amplitude
  • RF On/off
  • Modulation on/off
  • Ref int / ext. 
  • Save/ load configuration memories.
  • Sequencer control 


     




   



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