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Do I need to perform a periodic front panel instrument alignment on my N9039A RF Preselector?
No, but there is a system alignment that needs to be periodically run. See FAQ content for details...

FAQ 2012-12-11

What is the measurement uncertainty for the 8902A Option 50?
The only uncertainty in the 8902A Option 050 test system should be the accuracy of the attenuation source.

FAQ 2012-05-30

What Options would my PSA Series Spectrum Analyzer require to operate in an N5530S / N5531S Measuring Receiver system?
It is highly recommended that your PSA have with Option 1DS (100 kHz to 3 GHz Preamplifier) or Option 110 (10 MHz to 26.5 GHz / 50 GHz preamplifier) for improved dynamic range.

FAQ 2012-03-15

When should I "Restart" the N5530S Measuring Receiver software and how?
The easiest way to "Restart" measurement is to press "F5" button on your PC keyboard.

FAQ 2012-02-28

Why does the N5530S Measuring Receiver require Option 123 (Preselector Bypass) above 3 GHz?
Preselector drift introduces errors to the amplitude measurements.

FAQ 2012-02-27

How do I include Mismatch Uncertainty into the N5530S Measuring Receiver Absolute Amplitude accuracy?
See content for details...

FAQ 2012-02-27

What is the frequency range of the N5532A Sensor Module?
100 kHz to 4.2 GHz, 10 MHz to 18 GHz, 30 MHz to 26.5 GHz, and 30 MHz to 50 GHz.

FAQ 2012-02-26

Does the N5530S Measuring Receiver require a system calibration to meet specifications?
The N5530S does not require a system calibration. Its specifications are based upon the power meter and PSA performance.

FAQ 2012-02-26

Why is the marker Count Accuracy on the on the ESA Series Spectrum Analyzer only specified when using resolution bandwidths >1KHz?
If more that one signal is present in the 1kHz span, the marker count will be incorrect.

FAQ 2010-09-08

How can I make phase noise measurements on my 89400 series vector signal analyzer (VSA)?
The attached procedure takes you step-by-step through a phase noise measurement on the 89441A using two methods: direct spectrum and PM demodulation.

FAQ 2010-05-16

Do the 8590EM Series EMC Analyzers have the 1MHz 6dB EMI bandwidth?
Yes, they do....

FAQ 2004-06-22

What are the major differences between the 859xEM EMC Analyzers and the 859xE Spectrum Analyzer families?
The 859xEM EME Analyzer family comes standard with pre-loaded options specifically for EMC precompliance measurements.

FAQ 2004-06-22

Is there a replacement for the 85878A EMI Report Generator Software?
Not exactly. See text for further information on this topic....

FAQ 2004-03-30

8903A, 8903B, 8903E Comparison

FAQ 2003-11-04

8903B, Residual Distortion and Noise

FAQ 2002-06-27

8903B, Frequency and Amplitude Specifications

FAQ 2002-06-27

8903B, Output Power, 8904A Option 006

FAQ 2002-06-27

What is included with the Keysight 8902A Option 050?
Option 050 is a special testing option in which the 8902A's Tuned RF Level measurement mode is calibrated against a primary standard piston attenuator.

FAQ 2002-06-27

8901A Typical Level Accuracy Performance
Another way to word this question is, to what degree of uncertainty can you quote the path loss calibration (in dB if possible) of a cable when the source is first measured at a precise frequency, then a cable is inserted and the level measured again at that precise frequency?

FAQ 2002-06-27

8901, 8902 LO Spectral Purity

FAQ 2002-06-27

8902A, Option 050, Power Measurement Accuracy at 13 GHz

FAQ 2002-06-27

8903, Quasi-Peak Detection, Signal-to-Noise Measurements

FAQ 2002-06-27

8901A FM Signal to Noise Ratio (Narrow Band)
Using this test equipment: 8662A RF Source, 8901A Rear Panel FM out, and 339A Distortion Measurement Set

FAQ 2002-06-27

8901A, 8902A Demod Out Signal to Noise, Overriding Autoranging, and Stereo Separation
The only signal to noise ratio that can be measured using the DEMOD output is the modulation SNR. That is the level of the demodulated audio signal relative to the noise level.

FAQ 2002-06-27

8903B, AC Level Measurement, Speed Improvement

FAQ 2002-06-27

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