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Why does handheld scope’s date/time display disappears or shows hexa characters?
This condition indicates that the internal memory battery level is low.

FAQ 2013-11-22

Can I use the MXA or PXA real-time Frequency Mask Trigger (FMT) to provide a trigger output that can be used to trigger another device?
Yes, you can configure the MXA or PXA to provide a trigger output when using FMT.

FAQ 2013-08-07

Can I get the real-time I/Q samples out via LAN on my MXA or PXA signal analyzer with option RT1 or RT2?
No, however you can save the real-time trace (Frequency & Amplitude) data into a .csv file from the spectrogram trace (10,000) traces.

FAQ 2013-08-07

Are the Keysight 531xxA and 53200 Series frequency counter inputs floating or grounded?
The counter inputs are not floating -- the BNC shield (shell) is at chassis ground (earth ground).

FAQ 2013-02-07

Does Keysight offer any application notes that discuss the theory of Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) measurements?
Keysight provides Application Note 1304-2, "Time Domain Reflectometry Theory".

FAQ 2012-11-05

Can I Use FieldFox in an Explosive Area?
It was not intentionally designed for use in a hazardous environment or explosive atmosphere. To use a FieldFox in a hazardous environment is the decision of the end-user.

FAQ 2012-08-17

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 is the CDMA Codogram display on the E7495A/B Wireless Base Station Test Set?
Codogram is a three dimensional display of Walsh code versus time versus code power. Click here for more details.

FAQ 2012-05-29

What are the measurement intervals for the W-CDMA, cdma2000, and 1xEV-DO QPSK EVM measurements for E4406A and the PSA Series? Is the 12.2k Reverse ...
Click on this FAQ to get detailed information on the measurement interval ranges.

FAQ 2012-05-28

What cdmaOne (Option BAC) radio standards and band classes are supported by the E4406A and PSA Series for the ACP and Spur Close measurements?
Radio standards IS-95A, J-STD-008, IS-97D and IS-98D are supported. The following Band Classes are supported to comply with IS-97D and IS-98D requirements: Band Class 0 (800MHz), Band Class 1 (1900MHz), Band Class 3 (JTACS), Band Class 4 (Korean ...

FAQ 2012-05-28

How do I optimize my cdmaOne ACPR measurement for the third offset (2.75 MHz offset, 1 MHz bandwidth) in the E4406A and PSA Series cdmaOne personal...
By changing the default number of FFTs segments to 5 and upgrading to the 14 bit digital IF (E4406A only) you can substantially improve your results.

FAQ 2012-05-28

Which Application Notes are Most Relevant to the PSA Series Spectrum Analyzer?
This page contains links to application notes that are relevant to PSA Series spectrum analyzers.

FAQ 2012-05-11

How do I remove signal images from the display of the PSA Series Spectrum Analyzer (E4440A, E4446A, E4448A)?
The PSA uses a signal identification process called image suppression. This process removes the images from the display leaving only true signal.

FAQ 2012-02-28

How do I correct for external harmonic mixer conversion loss with a PSA Series Spectrum Analyzer (E4440A, E4446A, E4448A)?
The PSA series provides the ability to compensate for conversion loss. You can use one of four amplitude correction factor registers. The correction factors are entered using amplitude/frequency pairs.

FAQ 2012-02-28

Can I do time gating with my PSA Series Spectrum Analyzer?
Yes, click here for additional information

FAQ 2012-02-27

Why do spurious signals appear in my spectrum analyzer span when I apply a clean signal to the RF input?
Overdriving the input mixer of the analyzer may cause the spurs.

FAQ 2012-02-26

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

What do the terms "time gating", "gated video", "gated FFT" and "gated sweep" mean in the PSA Series Spectrum Analyzer?
Time Gating is a tool used in Spectrum Analysis to eliminate the transient effects of a pulsed RF signal when the user wishes to observe the signal itself. There are three basic types of Time Gating. Click here for additional information.

FAQ 2012-02-26

Which noise sources are compatible with the ESA-E Series spectrum analyzer noise figure option?
The Noise Sources are the 346A, 346B, 346C, N4000A, N4001A, and N4002A.

FAQ 2012-02-25

How can I transfer trace data from the 89400 VSA to my PC?
The VSA always saves data in standard data format; the utility is run from the DOS prompt.

FAQ 2012-02-25

Why is the internal preamp required for making noise figure measurements on the ESA-E Series Spectrum Analyzer?
You will get the most accurate measurements the ESA can provide by utilizing the internal preamp.

FAQ 2012-02-25

How do I setup my ESA-E Series Spectrum Analyzer for narrowband Noise Figure measurements?
Perform the ESA Noise Figure measurement instructions here.

FAQ 2012-02-25

How does the 89400 series vector signal analyzer (VSA) lock to the symbols when it demodulates a vector-modulated signal?
There is no coherent carrier or symbol clock timing signal required for demodulation. The actual demodulation algorithm is proprietary, but...

FAQ 2012-02-25

Understanding the ParBERT Generator/Analyzer Modules
To understand the structure and functionality of the memory, sequencer and multiplexer found in the generator/analyzer module, as well as the methods of synchronization used...

FAQ 2012-02-17

What is the difference between Smoothing and Averaging on a Keysight network analyzer?

FAQ 2011-10-07

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