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Comb/Marker Generator (CMG) Weak Signal Source

The High Sierra Microwave comb/marker generator (CMG) consists of a novel, very low current impulse generator design, which generates a narrow impulse containing high orders of harmonics. The CMG is available with an internal high stability crystal oscillator or provision for an external input signal to drive the impulse generator circuit. DC voltage conditioning and regulator circuits are included

Traditional impulse generator design uses a step recovery diode (SRD) to generate harmonic content. While SRDs can generate harmonics with high power levels they typically require 0.5 to 1 watt of drive power at the input frequency.

The impulse generator we have developed can provide usable harmonics to beyond 18 Ghz with just milliwatts of supply power. While the power levels in the harmonics are lower than those obtained with the traditional SRD approach, it still provides usable harmonic power levels, but with the distinct advantage of requiring very low currents (typically 3 to 20 mA depending on comb frequency), which opens up portable and power sensitive applications.

Model CMG001M-B-SF

Our high efficiency impulse generator design can provide economical, low power consumption solutions for:

Our application note describes the comb generator and its many useful features.

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• EMI/RFI Testing

• Spectrum Analyzer Calibration

• Xn Multiplier

• B.I.T. (Built-In-Test) Generator

• Antenna Measurements

• Crystal Controlled MHz/Ghz Markers


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Switched Frequency CMGs

• 50 and 500 KHz

• 5 and 10 MHz

• 10 and 100 MHz

NOW AVAILABLE

(Rev: 08/12/2019)