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Increased Productivity on a Budget with Keysight RF Spectrum Analyzers
Whether you are fine-tuning a new design, balancing throughput and accuracy on the manufacturing floor, providing maintenance service, or verifying field equipment, you need the right RF spectrum analyzer for the job.
Our low-cost RF spectrum analyzers deliver general-purpose functionality and great value with measurement frequencies from 9 kHz to 7 GHz or 1 MHz to 20 GHz. Get the RF spectrum analyzer accuracy you expect with a variety of options provided to you by Keysight.
- Increase RF spectrum analyzer productivity on a budget with reliable performance up to 20 GHz
- Get higher test efficiency with optimized RF spectrum analyzer measurement speed and value-added features
- Reduce the learning curve and enhance RF spectrum analyzer testing productivity with improved usability features
- Meet a wider range of RF spectrum analyzer test needs with multiple general-purpose functionalities covering spectrum analysis, signal monitoring, and transmission/reflection measurements
Fast Pass/Fail Testing with RF Spectrum Analyzers
Quickly find out if your RF spectrum analyzer measurement results meet the frequency and power criteria of your test plans with N9320B and N9322C RF spectrum analyzers.
Extend Your Capabilities with the Right RF Spectrum Analyzer Tools
Get more functionality out of your RF spectrum analyzer test instrument today by pairing it with the right accessories to improve productivity and the right Keysight PathWave design and test automation software to accelerate your product development.
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