RF Explorer Upconverter
RF Explorer Upconverter is a high performance RF frequency mixer to enable input frequency ranges from 100KHz to 250MHz in RF Explorer Spectrum Analyzer and other devices such as SDR and wideband radios.
RF Explorer Upconverter is a multi-purpose device:
* Includes an Upconverter Mixer to enable frequencies 100Khz - 250MHz in your
RF Explorer Spectrum Analyzer or other devices such as RTL-SDR and converts into 530.1-780MHz
* Internal selectable Low Noise Amplifier of 25dB gain nominal, to increase sensitivity of receivers, Spectrum Analyzers, Oscilloscopes and Near Field antennas in frequencies 100KHz - 4GHz
* Internal selectable Attenuator 30dB nominal to enable large signal measurement
• Internal LNA amplifier and selectable attenuator
• In Mixer mode convert frequencies from input 100KHz-250MHz up to 530.1-780MHz output
• In Bypass mode it can work in frequencies from 50KHz to 4GHz including LNA and Attenuator
• Compact size and light weight
• Solid aluminum metal case
• Mini USB port is used for powering the unit DC 5V, easy connection to a PC, wall wart or even portable power bank battery.
• Easy connection to RF Explorer with included RF adapter SNA Male-Male
• Ideal device to amplify weak signals using RF Explorer Near Field antennas
For more details about user guide and coding, please visit Upconverter site link.
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|Dimensions||120mm x77mm x26mm|
|Input Frequency band Mixer Mode||0.1 – 250MHz|
|Input Frequency band: Bypass Mode||0 – 4GHz|
|LNA Frequency band||0 – 4GHz|
|Attenuator Frequency band||0 – 4GHz|
|Internal selectable LNA||25dB gain|
|Internal selectable Attenuator||30dB|
|Connectors||Standard SMA 50 ohms RF connectors|
|Absolute Max input power Bypass and Attenuator mode||+30dBm|
|Absolute Max input power LNA mode||+5dBm|
|Mixer stability and accuracy (typical)||+-10ppm|
|RF Explorer Upconverter||1|
|SMA Male-Male adapter||1|
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:29:50
This can only upconvert, not downconvert. For low frequency signal generator, we are working on an expansion board to enable low frequencies within the RFGEN. Stay tuned!Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:29:51