Highlights

Accelerate EMC Compliance Testing

Keysight's N9048B PXE is a standards-compliant EMI test receiver equipped with an RF pre-selector and LNA designs. Shorten your overall test time and easily perform gapless signal capture and analysis with real-time scan (RTS) capabilities.

 

  • Frequency range of 1 Hz – 44 GHz 
  • Fully CISPR 16-1-1:2019, MIL-STD-461G, ANSI C63.2, and FCC compliant
  • Industry leading sensitivity and dynamic range 
  • Time domain scan (TDS) significantly reduces overall test time
  • Intuitive multi-touch user interface and PXE software
  • X-Series upgradability to meet present and future test needs

Test EMI with Confidence

The N9048B is a high-performance EMI receiver and diagnostic signal analyzer built on an upgradeable platform. Get the accuracy, repeatability, and reliability you need to test with confidence.

  • Select from wider analysis bandwidth options
  • Maximize measurement sensitivity with the built-in pre-amplifier
  • Gain leverage with the multi-touch user interface and EMC measurement application software
  • Use real-time scan (RTS) for gapless signal capture and analysis in up to 350 MHz bandwidth, simultaneously viewing frequency domain, time domain, and spectrogram

KEY SPECIFICATIONS

Frequency
1 Hz to 44 GHz
DANL @1 GHz
-174 dBm
Maximum Analysis Bandwidth
40 MHz
Maximum Real-Time Bandwidth
350 MHz
Phase Noise @1 GHz (10 kHz offset)
-114 dBc/Hz
Type
Benchtop
Frequency
DANL @1 GHz
Maximum Analysis Bandwidth
Maximum Real-Time Bandwidth
Phase Noise @1 GHz (10 kHz offset)
Type
1 Hz to 44 GHz
-174 dBm
40 MHz
350 MHz
-114 dBc/Hz
Benchtop
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Bandwidth Options:
10 standard, 25, 40 MHz
DANL @1 GHz:
-174 dBm
Frequency:
1 Hz to 44 GHz
Frequency Options:
1 Hz to 3.6, 8.4, 26.5, and 44 GHz
Maximum Analysis Bandwidth:
40 MHz
Maximum Real-Time Bandwidth:
350 MHz
Performance Level:
◆◆◆◆◆◇
Phase Noise @1 GHz (10 kHz offset):
-114 dBc/Hz
Type:
Benchtop
TOI @1 GHz (3rd Order Intercept):
+17 dBm

Standard Configurations

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