High Performance Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers
- 3.2 GHz to 6.5 GHz models with available 40 MHz Real-Time BW
- 7.45 µs 100% POI
Based on the Ultra-Real technology, the high-speed real-time measurement mode allows you to acquire the signals in the analysis bandwidth seamlessly and make data analysis. It also provides various display modes, such as Spectrogram, density, and PVT. Besides, FMT function is also available.
The Ultra-Real technology has the following features:
◎ Seamless I/Q data acquisition in the analysis bandwidth
◎ Seamless spectrum analysis FMT
◎ Frequency mask trigger (FMT) to trigger the measurement by sporadic or transient events in the spectrum
◎ Spectrogram for gap-free display of the spectrum
◎ Density for you to visualize how frequently signals occur
- Ultra-Real technology
- Frequency: up to 6.5 GHz
- Displayed average noise level (DANL): <-165 dBm (typical)
- Phase noise: <-108 dBc/Hz (typical)
- Level measurement uncertainty: <0.8 dB
- 5 GHz tracking generator
- RBW 1 Hz
- EMC filter and quasi-peak detector
- Various measurement functions
- Multiple measurement modes
- Up to 40 MHz real-time analysis bandwidth
- Multiple trigger modes and trigger masks
- Density, Spectrogram, and other display modes
- PC software options
- 1” capacitive multi-touch screen, supporting touch gestures
- USB, LAN, HDMI and other communication and display interfaces
Specifications are valid under the following conditions: the instrument is within the calibration period, is stored for at least two hours at 0℃ to 50℃ temperature, and is warmed up for 40 minutes. Unless otherwise noted, the specifications in this manual include the measurement uncertainty.
Typical: characteristic performance, which 80 percent of the measurement results will meet at room temperature (approximately 25℃). This data is not warranted and does not include the measurement uncertainty.
Nominal: the expected mean or average performance or a designed attribute (such as the 50 Ω connector). This data is not warranted and is measured at room temperature (approximately 25℃).
Measured: an attribute measured during the design phase which can be compared to the expected performance, such as the amplitude drift variation with time. This data is not warranted and is measured at room temperature (approximately 25℃).
NOTE: All charts in this manual are the measurement results of multiple instruments at room temperature unless otherwise noted. The specifications (except the tracking generator specifications) listed in this manual are those when the tracking generator is off.
- General-Purpose Spectrum Analyzer (GPSA)
- Real-time Spectrum Analyzer (RTSA)
|Frequency Range||9 kHz to 3.2 GHz||9 kHz to 6.5 GHz|
|Internal Reference Frequency|
|Reference Frequency||10 MHz|
|Accuracy||±[(time since last calibration × aging rate) + temperature stability + calibration accuracy]|
|Initial Calibration Accuracy||Standard||<1 ppm|
|Option OCXO-C08||<0.1 ppm|
|Temperature Stability||0℃ to 50℃ , with the reference 25℃|
|Option OCXO-C08||<0.005 ppm|
|Aging Rate||Standard||<1 ppm/year|
|Option OCXO-C08||<0.03 ppm/year|
- Instrument Cover
- Instrument Quick Guide
- Calibration Certificate
- Power Cord