Signal/spectrum analyzer characterizes wideband signals continuously up to 50 GHz

Signal/spectrum analyzer characterizes wideband signals continuously up to 50 GHz

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The analyzer covers the frequency range from 2 Hz through 50 GHz. Using harmonic mixers from Rohde & Schwarz, the frequency range can be extended to 110 GHz.

In addition, the company has doubled the analysis bandwidth of the FSW50 from 160 MHz to 320 MHz. This allows the demodulation of wideband signals such as radar chirps up to 50 GHz. In the past, measuring these kinds of wideband signals often required complicated test setups consisting of a digital oscilloscope and a downconverter. The FSW50 not only simplifies the test setup; it also offers significantly wider dynamic range and is easier to calibrate.

Featuring wide RF dynamic range, high measurement speed and numerous measurement functions, the FSW50 is an excellent microwave analyzer that is particularly useful in industrial and university R&D laboratories. Aerospace and defense calibration labs requiring a maximum input frequency of 50 GHz or high repeatability of results will also benefit from the instrument. The low DANL of –164 dBm/Hz in the microwave range with activated preamplifier allows even the smallest of spurious emissions to be detected such as those found in radar signals. The analyzer offers high sensitivity close to the carrier even at 50 GHz, featuring a phase noise of -114 dBc (Hz) at 10 kHz from the carrier.

The integrated multistandard radio analyzer (MSRA) function of the FSW50 makes it possible to measure spectrum and modulation parameters of differently modulated signals, including their correlation in time. This makes it very easy to analyze how different signals affect each other and provides an efficient means of identifying errors caused by this interaction. The 12.1” (31 cm) touchscreen interface makes operation very convenient, especially for complex measurement tasks. The MultiView function allows users to simultaneously display multiple measurements and different applications on the screen.

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