RF Modulator main features

  • Broadband frequency: DC-11 GHz
  • LNA embedded to boost the signal from Waveform Generator
  • No loss in the DC-6 GHz range
  • Insertion Loss <7dB in the 6-11 GHz band
  • Configurable pulse rise/fall timings
  • Rise and Fall time down to 20ns
  • High isolation
  • High Pulse-Repetition Frequency
  • Compact design
  • 2.92mm connectors
  • USB Powered (USB to Micro-USB cable included)

Specifications

LDMOS Load-Pull Characterization

AMCAD SW1401A RF Modulator has been developed to provide pulse generation to systems lacking this capability or requiring control of the pulse's rise and fall time, which is useful for LDMOS technology characterization.

This RF Modulator is focused on the DC-6GHz range, offering no loss in this band, and allows going up to 11GHz.

IVCAD™ module MT930C offers a modern and efficient methodology for VNA-based load-pull measurement to characterize a component.

With the Arbitrary Waveform/Function Generator's help, the SW1401A RF Modulator converts a CW RF signal into a Pulsed RF signal with the desired shape.

Modulated signal can be as much a square pulse with straight edges up to a pulse with long smooth slopes, specially adapted to LDMOS technology as it avoids current and power rushes.

SW1401A-RF Modulator

LDMOS Load-Pull Characterization

AMCAD SW1401A RF Modulator has been developed to provide pulse generation to systems lacking this capability or requiring control of the pulse's rise and fall time, which is useful for LDMOS technology characterization.

This RF Modulator is focused on the DC-6GHz range, offering no loss in this band, and allows going up to 11GHz.

IVCAD™ module MT930C offers a modern and efficient methodology for VNA-based load-pull measurement to characterize a component.

With the Arbitrary Waveform/Function Generator's help, the SW1401A RF Modulator converts a CW RF signal into a Pulsed RF signal with the desired shape.

Modulated signal can be as much a square pulse with straight edges up to a pulse with long smooth slopes, specially adapted to LDMOS technology as it avoids current and power rushes.