Mini-Circuits Portable RF Test & Measuring Equipment / RF Signal Generators

Four high-performance, budget-friendly, small-size models for your test applications!

- Small enough to fit in a laptop case
– Choose from a diverse selection of model features
– Game-changing prices!
Mini Circuits
Mini-Circuits is a global leader of RF and microwave components. Their SSG-series portable synthesized signal generators are high-performance and cost-effective signal sources ideal for production, lab, and field test environments. Our models offer several different special features for your different system requirements. All models come standard with pulse modulation, frequency and power level scheduling for applications requiring automation capability, frequency hopping, USB control, and easy-to-use, easy-to-install GUI software. Choose from special features including, high power output, low harmonics, expanded frequency range as wide as 0.25 to 6400 MHz, AM, PM, and FM capability, frequency resolution in step sizes as small as 0.01 Hz, power level resolution in step sizes as small as 0.001 dB, fast tuning (<300µs), and TCP/IP Ethernet control. All models fit easily into a briefcase and are covered by our 30-day Money Back Guarantee. For more information, please visit

New High-Directivity MMIC Amplifier

May 2014: Mini-Circuits MMIC amplifier line continues to grow with the release of the VNA-28A+ high-directivity MMIC amplifier. This model covers 500 – 2500 MHz with 18 dB typical directivity, making it suitable as a low cost isolator to minimize the interaction of pre- and post-circuits. It operates on 2.8 ­– 5VDC supply and achieves 19.6 dB typical gain, 8.7 dBm output power, 18.2 dBm OIP3, and 3.7 dB noise figure, supporting many applications including buffer amplifiers, cellular, satellite L band, and PCN. Its tiny 5 x 6mm 8-lead MCLP package provides low inductance, repeatable transitions, and excellent thermal contact to circuit boards. Built-in DC blocks and a separate terminal for DC eliminate the need for external DC blocks and bias tees, lowering PCB size and cost.