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Understanding what makes Tektronix real time spectrum analyzers different from traditional instruments

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One of the questions we often hear from customers is how a Tektronix real time spectrum analyzer such as the RSA5000 Series compares to a traditional spectrum or vector signal analyzer for capturing and analyzing signals. Since there are a significant number of distinguishing features I thought this would be a great topic for a blog post where I can go into a bit more depth.  

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NEWS BLOG: Get a handle on energy consumption and harmonics sooner rather than later

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If  the electronic device you are developing plugs into the wall for power, chances are that you will need to send it to a compliance lab to ensure it meets a  variety of international standards such as CE, IEC, CEC, CQC, Energy Star, and SPECpower.

Each trip to the compliance lab, depending on the lab’s pricing and the complexity of the required tests and the DUT, will cost anywhere from $2,000 to $5,000. Assuming all goes well, that cost is factored into the development budget and you can schedule testing in advance so you’re not delaying the product release date.

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