Choosing an exciter can be a difficult task for any program.
TSC’s Exciters are a balancing act between technical and programmatic constraints. Phase noise, bandwidth, SFDR, size, and cost all play major factors when deciding which exciter to use. Our cards minimize cost and size by converting digital signals into the desired frequency band, while maximizing performance by using the latest technologies.
- Software Defined Radios
- Arbitrary Waveform Generators
- Test and Calibration
- Data Links
Conduction cooled cards are designed to operate in the following environments
|Temperature -40 to +85°C|
|Storage -51 to +100°C|
|0.1 g²/Hz, 15 to 2000 Hz|
Exciters come in a variety of form factors. Most designs can quickly be ported to a new form factor if required
These frequencies are available in TSC’s open architecture designs