Highlights

See the Real Performance of Your Design

The ultimate performance of our UXA signal analyzers lets you characterize today’s most challenging signals — fast-hopping, wideband, transient — in 5G, 802.11ax/ay, satellite, radar, electronic warfare, and more. You will be able to fully understand the purity of your design with industry-leading phase noise and wide spurious-free dynamic range.

  • Get wider (up to 1 GHz), deeper views of your most challenging signals
  • Measure the spectral purity of your design with industry-leading phase noise and 78 dBc spurious-free dynamic range across 510 MHz bandwidth
  • Extend RF input frequency up to 110 GHz with Keysight smart mixers and up to terahertz frequencies with third- party solutions
  • Capture intermittent signals with gap-free, real-time spectrum analysis
  • Capture lower-level spurious signals with an improved DANL low noise path
  • See more and take your design farther with the 14.1-inch screen

Record and Replay Your Signals Using a Keysight Signal Analyzer (Spectrum Analyzer)

You can use the UXA signal analyzer (spectrum analyzer) with an X-COM recorder and PathWave 89600 Vector Signal Analysis (VSA software) to create an intuitive test platform. This signal analysis (spectrum analysis) platform captures and analyzes minutes, hours, or days of real-world signal behavior for radar and electronic warfare systems, so you don't miss a single detail. VSA software enables you to sort through and analyze this massive quantity of data to find the critical events that require your attention.

Frequency
2 Hz to 50 GHz
DANL @1 GHz
-174 dBm
Maximum Analysis Bandwidth
1 GHz
Maximum Real-Time Bandwidth
510 MHz
Phase Noise @1 GHz (10 kHz offset)
-135 dBc / Hz
Type
Benchtop
Frequency
DANL @1 GHz
Maximum Analysis Bandwidth
Maximum Real-Time Bandwidth
Phase Noise @1 GHz (10 kHz offset)
Type
2 Hz to 50 GHz
-174 dBm
1 GHz
510 MHz
-135 dBc / Hz
Benchtop
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Bandwidth Options:
25 standard, 40, 255, 510 MHz, 1 GHz
DANL @1 GHz:
-174 dBm
Frequency:
2 Hz to 50 GHz
Frequency Options:
8.4, 13.6, 26.5, 44, 50 GHz
Maximum Analysis Bandwidth:
1 GHz
Maximum Real-Time Bandwidth:
510 MHz
Overall Amplitude Accuracy:
±0.16 dB
Performance Level:
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Phase Noise @1 GHz (10 kHz offset):
-135 dBc / Hz
Type:
Benchtop

X-Series Signal Analysis (Spectrum Analysis) Measurement Applications — Simplify Measurements and Deliver Repeatable Results

Understand the performance of your cellular, wireless, and aerospace/defense devices and designs with downloadable PathWave X-Series signal analysis (spectrum analysis) measurement applications.

  • Gain more signal analysis (spectrum analysis) insight into device performance from parametric measurements to the latest standards-compliant wireless measurements
  • Accelerate design with integrated signal analysis (spectrum analysis) applications that put consistent measurements at your fingertips across design, validation, and production
  • Leverage built-in signal analysis (spectrum analysis) measurement expertise to quickly understand signals and device performance
  • Share signal analysis (spectrum analysis) applications across multiple instruments with available transportable licenses

4 Hints for Better Millimeter-wave Signal Analysis (Spectrum Analysis)

Millimeter-wave high frequency spectrum analyzer applications above 50 GHz, once considered to be futuristic, are now used in many areas. Wireless HD, 802.11ad wireless networking, 5G cellular, and automotive radar are high-profile examples of a significant trend, made possible by remarkable advances in semiconductor technology.

Signal analysis (spectrum analysis) testing at millimeter-wave frequencies requires additional care and attention. Many things that can be ignored at lower frequencies begin to matter. Learn four essential signal analysis (spectrum analysis) considerations you need to know before making millimeter-wave measurements using a high frequency spectrum analyzer (signal analyzer).

Standard Signal Analysis (Spectrum Analysis) Configurations

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