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Which I/O's does the V6 offer and what are they good for?

Front side:

Rx1 (50Ω SMA):  Input 1, max. +25dBm.

Rx2 (50Ω SMA):  Input 2, max. +25dBm. Only V6-RSA 2000 X.

Tx (50Ω SMA):   Output for transmission, max. +20dBm. Only V6-RSA 500 X or 2000 X, additional Option for 250 X.

 

Rear side:

DATA: USB3.x (USB-C) socket for data transfer to/from PC. USB3.1 includes power supply to SPECTRAN V6.

BOOST: USB3.x (USB-C) socket for additional data Transfer to/from PC, for example by using 245MHz RTBW.

POWR: USB-C Power Supply, optionally.

Refclock 3,5V RMS 10MHz (50Ω SMB): Connector for external reference signal for internal 10MHz Time Stamp Ref. Clock.

Trigger 3,3V (SMB): Connector for external Trigger Signal (IN / OUT) to/from internal Trigger/Timestamp/ Synchronization Logic, to synchronize several measurement Units.

Act. GPS 3,3V (SMB): Connector for external GPS antenna (in combination with Option 0401 "internal GPS"). Enables GPS inclusion to I/Q data, adds Timestamp to internal Trigger/Timestamp/ Synchronization Logic, and/or PPM to internal Clock Sync.

PPM 3,3V (SMB): Connector for external PPM Signal (IN / OUT). Adds Timestamp to internal Trigger/Timestamp/ Synchronization Logic and/or PPM to internal 10MHz Time Stamp Ref. Clock.

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