Signal bursts and chirps have become a common need in the daily life of any aerospace or defense application. With Tabor’s All-New Lucid Series, any pulse modulation is possible, no matter if its “narrow” or “standard” pulse need. On top of its outstanding pulse modulation performance, the Lucid Series is also equipped with many CW interferers, and modulated signals such as AM, FM, PM and Sweep.
Tabor’s Lucid Series comes with its own dedicated software to control the instrument functions, modes and features via a graphical user interface (GUI) as well as a complete set of drivers, allowing you to write your application in various environments including Labview, Python, CVI, C++, VB and MATLab. You may also link the supplied dll to other Windows-based API’s or use low-level SCPI commands to program the instrument, regardless of whether your application is written for Windows, Linux or Macintosh operating systems.
In today’s world, time is a crucial factor, whether in design, on the production floor or inside ATE systems. With a switching speed of less than 100s, Tabor’s All-New Lucid Series ensures maximum measurements at minimum time, setting the industry’s highest throughput standard.
One of the most important requirement in today’s testing and measurement applications is high signal quality. With a typical SSB phase noise of -145dBc at 100MHz, and -136dBc at 1GHz, at 10 kHz carrier offset, Tabor’s All-New Lucid Series platform delivers one of the best quality signals available on the market today, answering the ever-growing demand for clear and precise signals.
The Lucid Series implements command emulators for both new and discontinued Signal Generators sold on the market, providing smooth transition either to upgrade current solutions or replace all the aging automatic test systems that face obsolescence and maintenance problems. This unique feature allows clients to easily “drop-in” the Lucid Series in slots vacated by out-of-order Keysight, R&S, Anritsu, NI/Phase Matrix QuickSyn, Holzworth or AnaPico models, solving TPS programmers` replacement issues.
Many test systems and experimental setups require multiple RF channels, either separate or synchronized. The new Lucid series offers up to 16, separate or phase coherent, RF outputs in a single, 19” box, saving up to 16 times that space compared to available solutions on the market. Tabor’s all-new Lucid series saves both valuable bench or rack space and investment capital without compromising performance.
3, 6 & 12GHz multi-channel RF analog signal generator
Extremely Fast Switching speed of <100us
Multi channels phase coherent platform
Portable, Desktop, Benchtop and Rack Mount versions
USB and LAN interfaces
Removable SD card for instrument security
Remotely programmable via MATLAB, Python, LabVIEW and other software programming environments.
Small form factor and space efficient platforms
AM, FM, PM, Sweep & Pulse Modulation