Digital spectrum analyzers for research and engineering introduced by SIGLENT Technologies

SOLON, Ohio, 18 Jan. 2016. SIGLENT Technologies America Inc. in Solon, Ohio, is introducing the SSA3000X series of digital spectrum analyzers for applications in research and development, engineering, production, and education.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

SOLON, Ohio, 18 Jan. 2016. SIGLENT Technologies America Inc. in Solon, Ohio, is introducing the SSA3000X series of digital spectrum analyzers for applications in research and development, engineering, production, and education.

The SSA3000X series of test and measurement instruments includes two models with frequency ranges from 9 kHz to 2.1 GHz and 9 kHz to 3.2 GHz. These spectrum analyzers incorporate all-digital Intermediate Frequency (IF) technology for higher measurement accuracy and frequency resolution.

IF technology the frequency conversion and filtering is accomplished with digital signal processing early in the signal path for accurate and stable values. This family of SSA3000X spectrum analyzers include a 10.1-inch, 1024-by-600-resolution WVGA display that is bright and easy to read.

The minimum resolution bandwidth (RBW) is 10 Hz, average noise level displayed is -161 dBm/Hz, offset phase noise is -98 dBc/Hz @10 kHz, and total amplitude accuracy is < 0.7 dB. Initial calibration accuracy is < 0.2 ppm.

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These spectrum analyzers are lightweight, compact, and have a user-friendly interface, and options include a tracking generator, advanced measurement package, EMI measurement function with quasi-peak detection, and reflection (VSWR) measurement kit.

For more information contact SIGLENT Technologies America online at www.siglentamerica.com.

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