The MG3692B is a 20 GHz RF Generator from Anritsu. An RF generator is a tool engineers use to generate sinusoidal outputs while testing electronic equipment. The output will automatically have its frequency varied or swept between frequencies. A “sweep” is one complete cycle of a frequency variation. Engineers use RF signal generators as test equipment, mostly to measure responses of filters, amplifiers, and electrical components.
MG3692B Anritsu RF Generator
The MG3690B series of broadband signal generators covers both RF and microwave frequencies from 0.1 Hz to 70 GHz. For mmW frequencies, the MG3690B’s coverage can be extended up to 325 GHz or beyond, with external multipliers. Thus, the MG3690B series is an ideal signal source for both RF and microwave requirements, fully configurable from simple to high performance applications.