Vaunix Lab Brick LPS Series RF and Microwave Programmable Digital Phase Shifters provide excellent phase accuracy while offering one-degree phase resolution. These low cost, portable, USB powered, wireless RF Phase Shifters are ideal for engineering and production test laboratories, field testing, and integration into high speed automatic-test-equipment (ATE) systems. The phase can be set from the GUI, configured from an uploaded phase profile, or programmed using the provided API DLL. The GUI software can track and control several connected RF phase shifters, simplifying multiple device test setups. Each device stores settings in internal memory, allowing it to power up in a specific phase state.
Learn more about our programmable RF Phase Shifter technology, packaging, and what’s included.
LPS USB Programmable RF and Microwave Digital Phase Shifters are USB powered and controlled, with calibrated performance for optimal accuracy. They have a phase adjustment step size of one degree to 360 degrees with one degree increments. Additionally, these RF phase shifters include easy to install and use GUI and phase profile upload capability to Windows 7, 8, XP and 2000.
Lab Bricks are housed in rugged aluminum enclosures measuring 3.86 x 2.52 x 0.67 in. (98 x 64 x 17 mm) and weighing just under 0.5 lb. (0.23 kg) All Lab Brick Digital Phase Shifters are RoHS compliant.
Each Lab Brick test device comes with a USB flash drive containing the GUI software, Microsoft Windows SDK, Linux SDK, LabVIEW driver, a digital version of the programming guide, and a USB 2.0 to Mini B cable. API DLL and example programs are included. All Lab Brick products come with Vaunix’s committed customer support.
USB Programmable RF and Microwave Digital Phase Shifters
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