Q & A with Vaunix: Using Lab Brick Signal Generators with External Clock References

Posted by Scott Blanchard on Sep 22, 2015 10:00:00 AM

In our Q & A blog series, we’ve addressed some of the most important and technical questions about our Lab Bricks. We hope these answers give you a better understanding of how our products work.

Q. Can I lock three Lab Brick LMS-203 signal generators to an external reference or daisy chain them to one internal reference. Can I also modify the RF output power?

A. Three Lab Brick signal generators can be locked to a common external reference. Standard LMS signal generators have an interface for the 10 MHz reference input but not the reference output. We can provide the 10 MHz reference output as an optional feature. As for RF power output, the LMS-203 can be adjusted for an output from -30 to +10 dBm.

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Topics: Signal Generators, Lab Brick, Q & A