RF and microwave generators for test and measurement in radar and quantum research offered by Saelig

July 1, 2024
The RIGOL DSG5000 can generate RF and microwave signals at frequencies as high as 20 GHz with amplitude, frequency, phase, and pulse modulation.

FAIRPORT, N.Y. – Electronics distributor Saelig Co. Inc. in Fairport, N.Y. is offering the DSG5000 series RF and microwave generators from RIGOL USA in Portland, Ore., for high-frequency work in applications like radar and quantum research.

The RIGOL DSG5000 series can generate high-quality RF and microwave signals at frequencies as high as 20 GHz with amplitude, frequency, phase, and pulse modulation capabilities. These generators are available with 2, 4, 6, or 8 independent RF and microwave channels. The RF and microwave generator is housed in a 2U rackmount case.

The DSG5000 series features plus-or-minus 1 degree long-term phase stability between channels. Users can control each of as many as eight channels independently with a channel-to-channel isolation of more than 75 decibels, a frequency resolution of 0.01 Hz, phase deviation resolution of 0.01 degrees, and a switching speed of 3 milliseconds.

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The DSG5000 series is suitable for complex test and measurement such as superconducting quantum computing, radar signal generation, MIMO, and EMS. Single or multiple qubit manipulation is the basis of complex quantum algorithm milliseconds.

The DSG5000 provides a stable base for realizing multiple qubit and stable vibration signals by generating multiple coherent and ultra-low phase noise microwave signals. Several units can cascade to achieve multi-channel coherent output, supporting large-scale qubit gate operations.

The DSG5000 series offers a channel density that is eight times greater than the previous RIGOL DSG3000B series, and are suitable for complex multi-channel and system-level applications. They have 3.5-inch touchscreen control, or can be remote-controlled with local PC, or via an internet connection.

For more information contact Saelig online at www.saelig.com, or RIGOL USA at www.rigolna.com.

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