Configuration Guide for the MG3740A Analog Signal Generator
The MG3740A Analog Signal Generator has excellent RF specifications, including SSB Phase Noise, output level, etc., and versatile modulation functions (AM/FM/ΦM/Pulse).
MX370107A Fading IQproducer is software used to read waveform patterns and generate fading-processed waveform patterns.
The MG3710A/MG3710E is a vector signal generator that includes an arbitrary
waveform generator. It can be used for a wide range of applications, from
R&D to manufacturing of digital mobile communication systems, devices,
The MG3740A is an analog signal generator. It can be used for a wide
range of applications, from R&D to manufacturing of analog radio base
stations, devices, and equipment.
Parameters for the waveform for the target communication system are set using a GUI to a generate a waveform pattern file for the MG3710A. The embedded Windows application IQproducer saves generated arbitrary waveform pattern files to the internal hard disk and signals are output simply by selecting the waveform pattern. In addition, a user-generated custom IQ sample file in ASCII format created by common Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software such as MATLAB, can be converted into a
custom waveform pattern file for the MG3710A.
This guide explains the dual signal combination method using the Combination of
Baseband Signal Function (Opt.048/078) installed in the Vector Signal Generator MG3710A/MG3710E and Analog Signal Generator MG3740A (with Digital Modulation Option).
This guide explains the simple procedure for installing the waveform patterns and
IQproducer license in the Vector Signal Analyzer MG3710A/MG3710E or Analog Signal Generator
MG3740A (with Digital Modulation option).
This guide explains how to install firmware in the Vector Signal Generator MG3710A/MG3710E and
Analog Signal Generator MG3740A.
This guide outlines operation procedures for the BER Measurement Function option for the
Vector Signal Generator MG3710A/MG3710E and Analog Signal Generator MG3740A (with Digital
This guide explains the Vector Signal Generator MG3710A/MG3710E and Analog Signal Generator MG3740A (with Digital Modulation option) procedures for copying and loading waveform patterns and selecting the signal for output.
This document describes type and size of memory and storage device inside Anritsu Signal Analyzer and Signal Generator
series in order to use safely the products against information security threat.
We take measures to protect Anritsu instruments that run Windows operating systems from computer viruses. This white paper provides ways of protecting your instrument from computer viruses.
MG3710A/MG3710E Vector Signal Generator MG3740A Analog Signal Generator Help File
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This document explains the latest safety measures and procedures described in the instruction manual that customers should implement to secure Anritsu signal analyzers and signal generators running Windows
against malware. It also explains relevant instrument types and configurations.
The IQproducerTM is Windows application software used to generate a modulated waveform pattern to be used in the Vector Signal Generator MG3700A/MG3710A or the Analog Signal Generator MG3740A, which integrates an arbitrary waveform generator. The IQproducerTM for MG3700A/MG3710A/MG3740A also transfers the generated data to the MG3700A/MG3710A/MG3740A via LAN.
This describes basic operations and functions of the TDMA IQproducer.
This document uses examples of an Anritsu bench-top signal analyzer and signal generator running embedded Windows to explain the principles of remote control of measuring instruments over Ethernet.
Data Sheet for the MG3740A Analog Signal Generator
Both "BER-tester" and "Analog signal generator" are often used by the receiver evaluation of the specified low power radio equipment. This leaflet explains substitute solution using vector signal generator MG3710A or analog signal generator MG3740A.