RF signal generator Rigol Technolgies


The DSG3000 Series offers standard AM/FM/ØM analog modulation, as well as options for I/Q modulation and I/Q baseband output. The DSG3060 has a maximum frequency of 6 GHz. Featuring a high signal purity with phase noise measuring <-110dBc/Hz@20kHz (typical) and a wide output range of -130dBm to +25dBm, the DSG3000 RF signal generator has standard pulse modulation with an on/off ratio of up to 80dB, with optional pulse train generator available. The DSG3000 series also has an amplitude accuracy of <0.5dB (typical).

  • 3 GHz and 6 GHz models
  • <0.5 dB Amplitude accuracy
  • -130 – +13 dBm Amplitude range (-140 – +25 dB setting)
  • < -110dBc/Hz @ 20kHz (typical) Phase Noise
  • 4.3 Inch TFT screen
  • Standard 0.5 ppm clock stability (optional 5 ppb)
  • Standard AM / FM / ΦM analog modulation
  • Standard Pulse modulation, on/off ratio up to 80 dB
  • Pulse Train (optional)
  • IQ modulation and Baseband out (optional)
  • 2U height , 19 Inch Rack Mount Kit available
  • Standard USB/LAN/GPIB interface
  • Internal LF source with sine, square, triangle, ramp and sweeped sine
  • 3 year warranty


Model Frequency Phase Noise Amplitude Accuracy Output Amplitude Range
DSG3060 9 kHz to 6 GHz -110 dBc/Hz < 0.5 dB 130 dBm to +13 dBm
DSG3030 9 kHz to 3 GHz -110 dBc/Hz < 0.5 dB 130 dBm to +13 dBm

RIGOL DSG3000 new 6GHz RF source generator with outstanding I-Q Modulation bandwidth DSG3060

Includes Accessories

  • Instrument Quick Guide
  • Calibration Certificate
  • Power Cord
  • USB Cable


OCXO-A08 5 ppb High Stable OCXO Reference Clock option for DSG3000 Signal Generators
PUG-DSG3000 Pulse Train Generator option for DSG3000 Signal Generators
PMC-DSG3000 Power Meter Control option for DSG3000 Signal Generators


RM-DSG3000 Rack Mount kit for DSG3000 Signal Generators. May be different than image. Rack kits are different for each instrument
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