Aeroflex 3920B Digital Radio Test Set

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The Aeroflex 3920B Digital Radio Test Set is the latest radio test solution from Aeroflex for engineering, production and field service applications. The 3920B features an improvement to the RF signal generator phase noise specification of -110 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset. The instrument provides a comprehensive range of general purpose analog measurement facilities as well as advanced digital test options. The 3920B includes many standard features as well as a host of optional test capabilities and digital personalities.

Features:

  • 1 GHz frequency range
  • High performance FM/AM/SSB analog duplex test capabilities
  • Sensitive receiver with built-in pre-amp for off air measurements
  • Color coded pass/fail results
  • -140 dBm (typical) DANL spectrum analyzer with 8 markers
  • Dual-Channel oscilloscope to 4 MHz
  • Full audio analysis for AF level, frequency, SINAD and distortion measurements
  • Three high accuracy audio modulators/function generators
  • Three high accuracy audio baseband generators
  • Tone encode and decode functionality including DTMF, DCS, tone remote, 2-tone sequential, and 5/6-tone
  • GPIB, Ethernet, USB and RS-232 interfaces
  • HP/Agilent 8920B remote emulation

Specifications:

RF Signal Generator
FREQUENCY
Range
10 MHz to 1.05 GHz (Standard) (Usable from 100 kHz)
10 MHz to 2.7 GHz (392XOPT058) (Usable from 100 kHz)
Resolution
1 Hz
Accuracy
Frequency standard ±1 count
OUTPUT LEVEL 
Range
T/R Port: -130.0 to -30.0 dBm (-30 dBm max for CW or FM; -35 dBm max for AM modulations; -40 dBm max for complex modulations)
Duplex: -130.0 to +10.0 dBm (+10 dBm max for CW or FM; +5 dBm max for AM modulations; 0 dBm max for complex modulation)
Resolution
0.1 dB
Accuracy
1.0 dB for levels >-110 dBm (Typical better than 0.6 dB)
1.5 dB for levels ≤-110 dBm (Typical better than 1.0 dB)