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Ключевые возможности и технические характеристики


  • Signal analyzer corrections for >1 GHz of bandwidth
  • Frequency coverage to 50 GHz
  • Easy-to-use solution with automatic correction data sent from Signal analyzer
  • Performance has been measured and characterized; includes frequency response and phase linearity performance


  • High resolution S-Series oscilloscope provides excellent noise and distortion performance
  • Spur-free dynamic range (SFDR) of 65 dBc
  • Flatness <2 dB (BW <800 MHz)
  • Analysis bandwidth of 1.1 GHz


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Many digital communications and radar applications today require demodulation and analysis of wideband signals at microwave frequencies. While this task can be accomplished using a modern wideband oscilloscope to directly digitize microwave signals for analysis, a more cost-effective solution involves the use of a signal analyzer as a downconverter along with a lower sampling rate digital oscilloscope or digitizer.

The Wideband Signal Analysis for Satellite Test, Reference Solution takes advantage of the signal analyzer’s wide bandwidth IF output, a high dynamic range oscilloscope, and the powerful 89600 VSA software to deliver a wideband high-dynamic range signal analysis solution at an affordable price. In the past, when using a signal analyzer as a downconverter, a source would be required to do an IF calibration at a specific center frequency. This was both expensive and potentially time-consuming.  The PXA and UXA signal analyzers now offer exportable correction data that, when combined with the characterized IF data, allows for an accurate measurement throughout the frequency range of the analyzer. Wideband measurements are now simplified, similar to running the VSA inside a standalone signal analyzer. The corrections span over 1 GHz.  The VSA may also run inside the oscilloscope and can be used to characterize and troubleshoot over 75 signal formats, both custom and standard based.  With the VSA's pulse analysis option, one may also analyze pulsed signals for phase linearity or modulation on pulse.