The EHP-50F is a new FFT analyzer used to measure and analyze electric and magnetic strengths in the 1Hz to 400 kHz frequency range. Using the weighted peak method specified in the latest released standards, the analyzer evaluates complex signal shapes in the time domain, while providing automatic frequency evaluations for many applications including power supply stations and transformers, high-tension lines, industrial equipment, and medical technology.
The MT8821C Radio Communication Analyzer is an all-in-one tester with the widest capability for supporting LTE-Advanced (LTE-A), LTE, W-CDMA/HSPA, GSM/GPRS/EGPRS, TD-SCDMA/HSPA, and CDMA2000® 1X/1x EVDO technologies. With its wide frequency range of 30 MHz to 6GHz, the system can conduct RF TRx tests, and parametric and functional tests such as maximum throughput.
This spectrum analyzer is battery powered and compact, making it ideal for field engineers that don’t want to carry around a large and cumbersome bench-top unit. It covers the 5 MHz to 2,500 MHz frequency range and has a span width of 0-1300 MHz.
Anritsu's MS46121A is a 1-port vector network analyzer designed to test and troubleshoot passive devices and provides lab quality measurements such as magnitude and phase of return loss (S11), bandwidth, and impedance.
This phase noise analyzer measures Absolute and Residual phase noise and offers Amplitude noise options. It can also measure phase and amplitude noise on pulsed signals.
The R&S FSW85 is the latest addition to Rohde & Schwarz’ family of signal and spectrum analyzers. It is the only device on the market designed to cover the frequency range from 2 Hz to 85 GHz in a single sweep, allowing users to test baseband and RF with a single analyzer. Test setups are now much simpler, since the R&S FSW85 does not require harmonic mixers. An internal preselection feature suppresses the image frequency and other spurious emissions that commonly occur during harmonic mixing.
Signal Hound’s BB60A combines a real-time spectrum analyzer and an RF recorder in a 7.63” x 3.19” x 1.19” package. This page will focus on the spectral analysis function of the device.
This 2-port vector network analyzer (VNA) series covers the 50 kHz to 4.5/8.5 GHz frequency ranges and is packaged in a small 2U chassis. It offers 70 microseconds per point sweep speed and better than a 110dB dynamic range, making these VNAs suitable for a variety of passive device test applications in engineering, production and education. Its LAN interface for remote control is more robust than USB and faster than GPIB, and multiple USB ports allow for easy connection to a user-provided monitor, keyboard, and mouse.