The analog R&S®SMC100A sets new standards for attractively-priced signal generators. It has the smallest size and the best price / performance ratio in its class.
The R&S®SMC100A offers outstanding signal quality at an attractive price. It covers the frequency range from 9 kHz to 1.1 GHz or 3.2 GHz. Output power is typically above +17 dBm. All important functions (AM / FM / φM / pulse modulation) are already integrated into the instrument. This makes the R&S®SMC100A signal generator a flexible and versatile instrument.
Total cost of ownership is an important factor when purchasing a measuring instrument. The R&S®SMC100A offers a low initial cost, and also boasts low service costs since users can replace defective modules on their own and verify the level repeatability and accuracy by using the R&S®NRP-Z91/-Z92 power sensors.
These outstanding features make the R&S®SMC100A ideally suited for use in service and maintenance labs. Due to its small dimensions and lightweight design, the R&S®SMC100A is also the perfect choice for field applications or training and education environments.
- Signal generator with the best price / performance ratio in its class
- Signal generator with the smallest size in its class (½ x 19", 2 height units)
- Flexible and universal all-purpose signal generator
- Ideal tool for many application fields
- Frequency range 9 kHz to 1.1 GHz or 3.2 GHz:
- R&S®SMC-B101 9 kHz to 1.1 GHz
- R&S®SMC-B103 9 kHz to 3.2 GHz
- Maximum output level typically above +17 dBm
- AM/FM/φM/pulse modulation provided as standard
- Low SSB phase noise of typically –111 dBc (20 kHz carrier offset, f = 1 GHz, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth)
- Wideband noise of typically –148 dBc (>10 MHz carrier offset, f > 1 MHz, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth)
- Nonharmonics of typically –72 dBc (>10 kHz carrier offset, f ≤ 1600 MHz)
- Level uncertainty <0.9 dB
- Frequency and level setting times <5 ms
- Remote control compatibility with other signal generators
- Integrated over-voltage protection
- Wear-free electronic attenuator
- Optional high-stability reference oscillator