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E4422A Spec Sheet

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Technical Specifications

Frequency Range Max.

Freq. Resolution

Output Power
+13 dBm to -136 dBm

+13 dBm to -136 dBm

Extra Specifications
Analog RF Signal Generator

Product Description

The Agilent E4422A analog RF signal generator offers excellent in-channel performance with superior quality and reliability -- at an affordable price. The first in a new generation of signal generators, it provides excellent frequency and level control, and wide modulation capabilities. It is ideally suited to meet the demanding requirements of today''''s receiver test, component test and local oscillator applications.

The innovative design of the Agilent E4422A provides a flexible architecture that can be tailored to meet the changing demands of evolving markets. Lower initial cost, high reliability and a two-year calibration cycle, all strive to minimize the cost of ownership. The Agilent E4422A RF signal generator is designed for long-term dependability, which maximizes production throughput and uptime.

  • Flexible architecture, upgrade paths for options, and digital
  • 4 GHz electronic attenuator for reliability and repeatability
  • Superior level accuracy
  • Wideband FM and Phase Modulation
  • Step sweep (frequency, power and list)
  • Built-in function generator
  • Frequency Range Agilent ESG-4000A: 250 kHz to 4000 MHz
  • Resolution: 0.01 Hz
  • Dwell Time: 2 ms to 60 sec
  • Number of Points: 2 to 401
  • Internal Reference Oscillator
  • Range 250 kHz to 1000 MHz: +13 to -136 dBm >1000 MHz to 3000 MHz: +10 to -136 dBm >3000 MHz to 4000 MHz: +7 to -136 dBm
  • Resolution 0.02 dB
  • SSB Phase Noise (typical,at 20 kHz offset) at 500 MHz: <-120 dBc/Hz at 1000 MHz: <-116 dBc/Hz at 2000 MHz: <- 110 dBc/Hz at 3000 MHz: <-104 dBc/Hz at 4000 MHz: <-104 dBc/Hz
  • Harmonics <=+4 dBm output level: <-30 dBc
  • Nonharmonics (>3 kHz offset, <+7 dBm output level) 250 kHz to 1000 MHz: <-65 dBc >1000 MHz to 2000 MHz: <-59 dBc >2000 MHz: <-53 dBc
  • Subharmonics <=1000 MHz: None >1000 MHz: <-40 dBc