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N9061A Remote Language Compatibility User's and Programmer's Reference
Documentation for the N9061A application installed in the X-Series signal analyzers (PXA/MXA/EXA).

User Manual 2017-03-01

PDF PDF 12.27 MB
N9061A Remote Language Compatibility Measurement Application Help (.chm file)
Downloadable online documentation that contains details about the Mode and measurements in the Mode.

Help File 2016-12-01

Spectrum Analysis Basics - Application Note
This application note (also known as AN 150) explains the fundamentals of swept-tuned, superheterodyne spectrum analyzers and discusses the latest advances in spectrum analyzer capabilities.

Application Note 2016-11-02

Download your complimentary RF & Microwave Test Accessories Catalog
This comprehensive resource enables engineers to quickly and conveniently research the highest-quality RF and microwave test accessories in the industry.

Catalog 2015-04-28

Order / Download your RF & Microwave Test Accessories Catalog
Order / Download your RF & Microwave Test Accessories Catalog, 5992-0314EN

Brochure 2015-04-23

X-Series Measurement Applications - Brochure
This brochure provides an overview of the more than 25 measurement applications available for the X-Series signal analyzers (PXA/MXA/EXA/CXA).

Brochure 2014-08-28

PDF PDF 8.89 MB
N9061A Remote Language Compatibility (RLC) Application - Technical Overview
The N9061A RLC X-Series measurement application makes your ATE system migration as seamless as possible. Learn about how this application eases the transition from 856xE/EC to X-Series signal analyzers.

Technical Overview 2014-08-03

Maximizing Measurement Speed with the Keysight X-Series Signal Analyzer (AN-1583) - Application Note
This 13 page application note introduces several innovations that are used to improve the measurement speeds of the X-Series signal analyzers (MXA/EXA).

Application Note 2008-01-30