ERASynth

by ERA Instruments

An open source, Arduino-compatible RF signal generator with Wi-Fi connectivity

View all updates May 30, 2017

Amplitude Accuracy of Calibrated ERASynth

Open-loop Calibration:

Erkin has developed a search algorithm for finding the optimal attenuator settings for a given power level. He used U2001A USB power-meter by Agilent for calibrating the prototype. This power-meter works from 10MHz to 6GHz and measures power levels between -60 to +20 dBm. We have ordered a new power-meter that will measure up to 26.5 GHz, it is on its way to Turkey. Once we get our new power-meter, we will be able to calibration beyond 6 GHz. After the calibration, amplitude uncertainty is below 0.5 dB and setting resolution is 0.1 dB.

Quick demo of REF IN:

We also show a quick demo of REF input, showing a 1 GHz signal move on the spectrum analyzer when REF input is switched between internal and external.


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Product Choices

$950

ERASynth

250 kHz to 6 GHz RF Signal Generator with TCXO


$1,450

ERASynth+

250 kHz to 15 GHz RF Signal Generator with OCXO and TCXO


$1,950

ERASynth++

250 kHz to 20 GHz RF Signal Generator with OCXO and TCXO. Comes with a 15 to 20 GHz cavity filter.

Credits

ERA Instruments

Makers of RF test and measurement equipment.


Adnan Kaya

System Designer

Nurullah Kılınç

Embedded Firmware Engineer

Erkin Halaçlı

PCB Designer

Muhammet Küçük

Web Application Engineer

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