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E1439C - Keysight / Agilent / HP Transient Recorders / Digitizer

E1439C - Keysight / Agilent / HP Transient Recorders / Digitizer

95MSa/sec (Max Sample Rate)
The Agilent E1439C (E1439D) is ideal for RF communication applications. Its 70 MHz IF input connects to common VHF/UHF and µwave tuners. This single-channel 95 MSa/s digitizer combines exceptional spurious-free dynamic range with...


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E1439D - Keysight / Agilent / HP Transient Recorders / Digitizer

E1439D - Keysight / Agilent / HP Transient Recorders / Digitizer

95MSa/sec (Max Sample Rate)
The Agilent E1439C ( E1439D ) is ideal for RF communication applications. Its 70 MHz IF input connects to common VHF/UHF and µwave tuners. This single-channel 95 MSa/s digitizer combines exceptional spurious-free dynamic range...


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VM2601 - VXI Technology Transient Recorders / Digitizers

VM2601 - VXI Technology Transient Recorders / Digitizers

80MSa/sec (Max Sample Rate)
The model VM2601 is the industry first high-resolution, high-speed digitizer. Designed as a waveform digitizer (DSO), it has a true differential or single-ended 14-bit input (channel A), and a frequency domain digitizer (IF receiver)...


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3030 - Aeroflex Transient Recorders / Digitizers

3030 - Aeroflex Transient Recorders / Digitizers

61MSa/sec (Max Sample Rate)
The Aeroflex 3030 is a precision broadband RF digitizer module in a compact 3U high, two-slot wide PXI package. Used in conjunction with the 3010 RF synthesizer, the 3030 frequency down-converts and digitizes RF signals of up to 20 MHz...


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