Rohde and Schwarz SMHU

100 Khz - 4320 MHz Synthesized Signal Generator
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The Rohde SMHU is a 100 kHz to 4320 MHz, Signal Generator. R&S SMGU and R&S SMHU are ideal for applications which the majority of signal generators cannot handle. In addition to out-of-channel measurements, they are for instance able to determine the spurious rejection of radiotelephone equipment up to 4 GHz as laid down by CEPT.
    Frequency Characteristics
  • The frequency can be set with a resolution of 0.1 Hz over the entire range, and this is sufficient even for measurements on extremely narrowband DUTs. Both instruments supply frequencies down to 1 kHz.
  • The frequency setting time is below 10 ms. In the fast mode up to 200 user-defined frequencies can be handled by means of a trigger signal or by memory sweep in less than 1 ms per setting.
  • Spectral purity
  • R&S SMGU / R&S SMHU fulfill requirements for selectivity measurements on top-class receivers. Signals of extremely high spectral purity afford critical adjacent-channel, in-channel and out-of-channel measurements with a wide tolerance margin.
  • Phase noise remains low right up to the carrier. R&S SMGU and R&S SMHU are therefore ideal for LO applications or as a low-noise reference in noise measurement systems.
  • Frequency modulation
  • The FM modulation frequency range extends from DC to 1 MHz. In FM DC mode a high carrier-frequency accuracy is attained. The frequency offset occurring with FM DC selected is extremely small.
  • Amplitude modulation
  • The whole of the modulation frequency range can be used down to carrier frequencies of less than 100 kHz. The minimal phase shift at 30 Hz (AM DC) and a flat frequency response make for the precision amplitude modulation that is required for testing VOR/ILS navigation receivers.
  • Pulse modulation
  • Rise/fall times of 20 ns (typ. <10 ns for frequencies >200 MHz) and an on/off ratio of 80 dB open up a wide range of possibilities for testing telemetry, microwave link, radar and satellite communications systems.
  • Digital and analog sweep
  • In addition to the digital, step-by-step sweep with presettable start and stop frequency, span, step width and step time, an analog frequency and level sweep is also provided.
  • Phase offset
  • The phase of the RF output signal can be varied in steps of 1 using keyboard entry or the spinwheel. This makes it easier to adjust for phase quadrature during noise measurements and to investigate phase-critical components.
List of Options
52 Base model (no SMIQ Modulation)
58 SMIQ Modulation
B2 LF Generator ( .1 to 500KHz)
B3 DECT Coder
B5 PHS Coder
B6 Qualcomm CDMA Coder
B7 TETRA25 Coder
Specifications & Attributes (Signal Gen/Synthesizers/Sweepers)
Form Factor
Application Software
DECT ( /B3 )
NADC ( /B4 )
PDC ( /B4 )
PHS ( /B5 )
TETRA ( /B7 )
100 KHz - 4.32 GHz

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