Signal Generator 0 - 55.000.000MHｚ. Power Meter -60dBm - +17dBm. Frequency Analyzer F: 0-55MHz 0-30MHｚ ±1dB 30-55Mhz ±2ｄB. Hi,DJ Wang Thanks good comments. I think RF analyzer is useful tool for homebrew. Let's enjoy homebrew. 73's JA2NKD.
Jan 27, 2015 · Homebrew Eico 324 RF Signal Generator I am in need of an RF signal generator but haven't had much luck finding one in decent condition and at a reasonable price. So instead, I'm going to build one.
Tuning range is from 1 - 55MHz and includes a signal generator (DDS) with selectable step size, an RF power meter, Scalar network analyser and antenna analyser (with external directional coupler) A calibration routine for the power meter function is included in the Arduino sketch and once set up, holds good to within 0.1 dB to beyond 148 MHz as ...
In this receiver the signal passes through the tube twice: first, as radio frequencies and then a second time, as audio. Because there is considerable RF gain before the detector, this radio is far more sensitive than a simple regenerative set. This is not a project for beginners. The design employs a lot of hard-to-get and potentially ...
This DIY design from Bulgaria shows a versatile function generator. The circuit uses an Intersel IC ICL8038. Although it is an old design, this chip performs well and is still available (I ordered two of them at Kent Electronics for under 3 euro each). You can use the output signal for measurements or to modulate your transmitter under test.
The TG-5130 is a full featured, multi-pattern, multi-format, SMPTE 259M/292M SD/HD-SDI test signal generator with embedded 16-Channel voice ID's, audio tones and OSD. The TG-5130 expands upon the Maxtron TG-5120 with more control over the embedded audio and the addition of one-line of up to 20 characters of text on-screen.
May 11, 2019 · The VFO/Signal Generator kit includes a Si5351A synthesiser module kit and rotary encoder. Optionally it can also be used with the OCXO/Si5351A synthesiser kit.The kit supports the full output range of the Si5351A, which is 3.5kHz to 200MHz according to the datasheet (but appears to work fine up to 292MHz, though who knows with what other consequences).