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|Headquarters||Template:Country data US Altamonte Springs, Florida, USA|
|Industry||Electronic Test Equipment
Electronic Test Equipment Support
|Contact||624 Douglass Ave
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
|Reference||NAICS: 423830, 541380, 334515
Agilent E4420A Signal Generator HP E4420A
Agilent E4420A Signal Generator HP E4420A. Proudly offered by BRL Test, established 2001. Data sheet on the HP/Agilent E4420A here .
Available for sale or lease.
We will calibrate and certify the HP/ AT E4420A signal generator just prior to shipping so it will be guaranteed working accurately right out of the box. We can also offer repair services for your existing HPE4420A. What can BRL Test do for you today? Call us now for friendly and expert service. 1-866-275-8378. Visit our company website BRLTest.com to explore our huge product catalog. Browse like kinds of signal generators here.
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The innovative design of the Agilent E4420A provides a flexible architecture that can be tailored to meet the changing demands of evolving markets. Lower initial cost, high reliability and a two-year calibration cycle, all strive to minimize the cost of ownership. The Agilent E4420A RF signal generator is designed for long-term dependability, which maximizes production throughput and uptime.
Electronic attenuator for reliability and repeatability. Step sweep (frequency, power and list). Frequency Range Agilent E4420A: 250 kHz to 2000 MHz. Resolution: 0.01 Hz. Number of Points: 2 to 401. Internal Reference Oscillator. SSB Phase Noise (typical,at 20 kHz offset) at 500 MHz: <-120 dBc/Hz at 1000 MHz: <-116 dBc/Hz at 2000 MHz: <- 110 dBc/Hz. Harmonics <=+4 dBm output level: <-30 dBc. Nonharmonics (>3 kHz offset, <+7 dBm output level) 250 kHz to 1000 MHz: <-65 dBc >1000 MHz to 2000 MHz: <-59 dBc. Subharmonics <=1000 MHz: None >1000 MHz: <-40 dBc.