The Berkeley Nucleonics Model 7300 Signal Source Analyzer provides users with a compact solution for high performance signal characterization and analysis. Users can make fast and accurate measurements of single sideband residual and additive phase noise, amplitude noise, and baseband noise. The 7300 is a fully self-contained instrument with a cross-correlator engine and several internal low noise reference sources. With eye-popping performance and fast “one-click” measurements up to 26.5 GHz, the Model 7300 offers test engineers an excellent experience.
Remote control for the instrument is available with LAN (VXI-11), USB or GPIB. The GPIB is an option and conforms with IEEE standards. The remote control is addressed with a user choice of software or command string options. The included comprehensive GUI gives users control of all parameters in BNC's familiar virtual instrument panel.
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|Pulsed Phase Noise Measurements - Technical Brief||2.51 MB|
|ATE Measurements - Technical Brief||721.22 KB|
|User Guide v2.4||1.78 MB|
|Programmer's Manual V2.0||1.01 MB|
|Additive Phase Noise - Technical Brief||1.77 MB|
|Optimally Low Phase Noise - Technical Brief||1.48 MB|
|PNT Connection - Technical Brief||78 KB|
|ATE Demonstration - Technical Brief||166.03 KB|
|Cross-Correlation - Technical Brief||490.92 KB|
|External References - Technical Brief||1.47 MB|