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    Rohde & Schwarz SBUF TV Test Transmitter 25-1000 MHz & SBUF-E1 Vision Modulator

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    • Rohde & Schwarz SBUF TV Test Transmitter 25-1000 MHz & SBUF-E1 Vision Modulator

    Rohde & Schwarz SBUF TV Test Transmitter 25-1000 MHz & SBUF-E1 Vision Modulator


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    Product Description

    The SBUF offers a variety and quality of HF TV test signals that have until now not been attained by any other test transmitter with continuously variable tuning. These attributes open up a wide field of applications in labs, test & service shops, in the development, testing and maintenance of TV receivers, amplfiers and transposers as well as their modules and in CATV systems.

      FEATURES:
    • Modular construction of modulator section for adaptation to different TV standards
    • Transposer section with digital vision carrier indication to an accuracy of ±1 kHz
    • Programmed pushbutton selectino of vision sound and sideband levels; programmable for use in systems
    • Measurement of intermodulation spurious responses and line-time nonlinearity using sinusoidal sideband signals
    • Full-field signals to 525- and 625- line standards
    • Dual-sound coding and modulations

      INCLUDES:
    • SBUF TV Transmitter (38.9 MHz input frequency) / 292.8011.58 Transposer Unit
    • SBUF-E1 Vision Modulator (stand M 38.9 MHz) / 294.0618.52 Modulator Unit
    • SBUF-E2 Sound Modulator 34.4 MHz / 294.7912.10
    • SBUF-E3 SB Generator 38.9 MHz / 294.6416.00
    • SBUF-E4 Program Selector / 294.7012.00
    • SI Blown Fuse Indicator

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