In bringing our multi-media broadcast and data radios to market, we needed innovative RF tools.
We developed the technology behind moRFeus for our own needs, and decided to spin it off as its own product so you could use it too.
moRFeus is the first of its kind. A dynamically field-configurable, portable, affordable, frequency converter and signal generator.
moRFeus is a 30MHz–6GHz programmable Fractional-N wideband frequency converter and generator designed for easy integration into popular RF environments. And it's only $199.
moRFeus is a wideband frequency up- and down-converter designed for easy integration into a wide variety of RF projects. An LCD display and button interface enable dynamic configuration of the mixer LO frequency in the field with a step size of 1.5–3Hz1. The ability to toggle between mixer and generator modes adds to field-level functionality. moRFeus was designed for low spurious emissions and offers an optional bias voltage of 5V to supply active antenna systems. It interfaces with your RF environment using SMA connectors and is powered using an external micro-USB 5V supply. The device is also USB programmable, enabling automatic operation from a PC (running Linux or Windows).
- RF Input Frequency: 30MHz–6GHz
- RF Output Frequency: 30MHz–6GHz
- LO Frequency: 85MHz to 5400MHz
- Fractional-N Synthesizer
- LO Step Size: 1.5–3Hz1
- 2.5 ppm precision TCXO
- USB programmable
- Generator/Mixer Function Toggle
- Input IP3 +23dBm
- Small, Portable Form Factor
- Adjustable Mixer Bias Current
- LCD Display With Backlight Feature
- Button Control Interface
- Dimensions: 88mm x 38mm x 68mm
- Weight: 7.4 oz
- Wideband Radios
- Distributed Antenna Systems
- Diversity Receivers
- Software Defined Radios
- Frequency Band Shifters
- Point-to-Point Radios
- WiMax/LTE Infrastructure
- Satellite Communications
- Wideband Jammers
- Remote Radio Heads
- Frequency Up/Down Conversion
- Automated Test Equipment (ATE)
- Wireless Communication Systems
1. Step size is frequency-dependent. Lower step sizes (1-2Hz) are characteristic of lower frequency domains and higher step sizes (2-3Hz) of higher domains.