Pulsers drive current injection probes inductively couple current onto cables bundles.

The FCC-TG-115A is a coaxial charge line type of pulse generator designed to generate a trapazoidal shape output pulse. It is designed primarily to drive current injection probes to inductively couple current onto cables bundles to satisfy the CS-115 test requirements of Mil Std 461/462D and Mil Std 461E. It can, however, also be used to directly drive loads without using the inductive coupling.

Customizable Portable Pulse Generator

Charging Voltage Range
Decoupling Attenuation Generator
Disturbance Coupling Circuit
Nominal Size (including removable cover)
Nominal Weight (including removable cover, excluding AC adaptor/charger)
Output Waveform
Source Impedence


0 to 15 kV (option for 30kV), Charging Voltage Range 0 to 15 kV (option for 30kV) as Freq: 150kHz - 230MHz Connector: 50ohmBNC RF Voltage: 16” x 10” x 10” 14 -18 lbs (depending on wave shaping components) Selectable – double exponential or oscillatory (damped sine or cosine) Selectable from ohms to k-ohms


Nominal Output Pulse Waveshape i
Nominal Pulse Rise and Fall Time
Nominal Pulse Width
Output Voltage into 50O
Pulse Generator repetition rates


Double Exponential 3-6 ns / 150 ns FWHM: 20-30 ns +/-20% 10 amperes 2 pps to >5 pps


Square wave <2ns >30ns 0 – 2000 1pps, or Adjustable 0 – 60pps, Single shot


5ns - 50ns double exponential 5ns 50ns 0 - 2000 1pps, or Adjustable 0 – 60pps, Single shot