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Windfreak Technologies


10 MHz – 24 GHz Dual Channel Microwave Generator

Windfreak-Technologies-SynthHD PRO (v2) - RF CafeHoliday, Florida, July 25, 2018 – Windfreak Technologies, LLC, announces the availability of the new SynthHD PRO Dual Channel RF Signal Generator. The SynthHD PRO is designed for higher amplitude accuracy and operation in a more rugged environment than its earlier sibling, the SynthHD. The entire first manufacturing run has already been shipped. These devices have set the bar on microwave radio frequency generators for quality, size and price. As always, our products are designed and manufactured in the USA!

Tune any frequency between 10 MHz and 24 GHz in 0.1 Hz resolution. Adjust calibrated amplitude in 0.1 dB resolution up to +20 dBm and across more than 55 dB of range. Each channels has independent frequency and amplitude settings, or set both channels to the same frequency and adjust phase between the two in 0.1 degree increments.

Expect excellent performance and high reliability despite the SynthHD Pro's low cost.

The Windfreak SynthHD PRO RF Signal Generator is similar to the SynthHD but has these extra features:

  • Improved calibration for higher amplitude accuracy
  • Milled aluminum case for better electrical performance and use in more rugged environments
  • SynthHD PRO has 100uS frequency step time
  • CE certification
  • Easy stack-ability

Windfreak Technologies SynthHD-Pro LabView GUI - RF Cafe

Windfreak Technologies SynthHD-Pro LabView GUI

HD stands for High Definition:

  • 10 MHz to 24 GHz in 0.1 Hz steps
  • -40 dBm to +18 dBm (typical) in 0.01 dB steps
  • Set each channel to independent frequencies and amplitudes
  • 0 to 360 degrees coherent phase control in 0.01 degree steps on each channel
  • Stack multiple devices for coherent phase control on every channel
  • Select internal 10 or 27 MHz reference or use external 10-100 MHz reference
  • Pulse, AM and FM internal modulation including FMCW radar chirp
  • Pulse Modulation with 1 uS minimum width and 1 uS resolution
  • Pulse, AM and FM external modulation from DC – 10 kHz
  • Powerful Trigger modes allow external triggering of most functions without a PC connected
  • Linear and list mode (frequency and amplitude hopping) sweeps include dual channel differential sweeps
  • Save all settings to the device for use without a PC
  • 32 bit ARM processor on board which is Arduino compatible
  • Digital schematics and complete LabView GUI executable and source code (pictured to right) included with purchase
  • Windows, Linux and Android compatibility
  • Designed and manufactured in the USA with maximized value / cost ratio
  • Contact us for custom firmware and hardware options

The following video shows the SynthHD Pro doing a Pulsed FM Radar Chirp (FMCW) that is simultaneously AM modulated.


About Windfreak Technologies

Windfreak Technologies provides low cost, quality, innovative RF products that are used in a wide range of highly technical applications. Since the conception of Windfreak, our products have been purchased by a wide range of customers from around the world. Customers include hobbyists, education facilities, and government agencies. Our continued commitment is to keep our overhead extremely low, enabling us to provide high quality, low cost, Made-in-the-USA products. For more information about Windfreak Technologies' products or the website, please contact David Goins at 1+ (727) 490-8812 or email: dgoins@windfreaktech.com.

Contact Info:

David Goins, CTO

Windfreak Technologies, LLC

New Port Richey, Florida 34652

Office: +1 (727) 490-8812

URL: www.windfreaktech.com

Email: dgoins@windfreaktech.com



Posted July 25, 2019

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