Spectrum Analyzers

RSA6000 Series

Features & Benefits

RSA6000 Series 6.2, 14, and 20 GHz Spectrum Analyzers
  • High-performance Spectrum Analysis
    • 20 dBm 3rd Order Intercept at 2 GHz, Typical
    • Displayed Average Noise Level –151 dBm/Hz at 2 GHz (–170 dBm/Hz, Preamp On, typical) enables Low-level Signal Search
    • ±0.5 dB Absolute Amplitude Accuracy to 3 GHz for High Measurement Confidence
    • Fully Preselected and Image Free at All Times for Maximum Dynamic Range at Any Acquisition Bandwidth
    • Fastest High-resolution Sweep Speed: 1 GHz sweep in 10 kHz RBW in less than 1 second
  • Discover
    • DPX® Spectrum Processing provides an Intuitive Understanding of Time-varying RF Signals with Color-graded Displays based on Frequency of Occurrence
    • Revolutionary DPX Displays Transients with a Minimum Event Duration of 3.7 μs
    • Swept DPX Spectrum enables Unprecedented Signal Discovery over Full Instrument Span
  • Trigger
    • Trigger on Frequency Edge or Power Level Transients with a Minimum Event Duration of 3.8 μs in the Frequency Domain, 9.1 ns in Time Domain
    • DPX Density™ Trigger Activated Directly from DPX Display
    • Time-qualified and Runt Triggers Trap Elusive Transients
    • Frequency Mask Trigger Captures Any Change in Frequency Domain
  • Capture
    • Up to 1.7 s Acquisitions at 110 MHz Bandwidth can be Directly Stored as MATLAB™ Compatible Files
    • Gap-free Spectrogram Records up to 4444 Days of Spectral Information for Analysis and Replay
    • Interfaces with TekConnect® Probes for RF Probing
  • Analyze
    • Time-correlated Multidomain Displays for Quicker Understanding of Cause and Effect when Troubleshooting
    • Power, Spectrum, and Statistics Measurements help you Characterize Components and Systems: Channel Power, ACLR, Power vs. Time, CCDF, OBW/EBW, and Spur Search
    • AM/FM/PM Modulation and Audio Measurements (Opt. 10)
    • Phase Noise and Jitter Measurements (Opt. 11)
    • Settling Time Measurements, Frequency, and Phase (Opt. 12)
    • Pulse Measurements (Opt. 20) – Over 20 Vector and Scalar Parameters including Rise Time, Pulse Width, Pulse-to-Pulse Phase provide Deep Insight into Pulse Train Behavior
    • General Purpose Digital Modulation Analysis (Opt. 21) provides Vector Signal Analyzer Functionality for Over 20 Modulation Types
    • Flexible OFDM analysis of 802.11a/g/j and WiMAX 802.16-2004

Applications

  • Spectrum Management – Find Interference and Unknown Signals
  • Radar/EW – Full Characterization of Pulsed and Hopping Systems Characterize Radar and Pulsed RF Signals
  • RF Debug – Components, Modules, and Systems
  • Radio/Satellite Communications – Analyze Time-variant Behavior of Cognitive Radio and Software-defined Radio Systems
  • EMI Diagnostics – Increase Confidence that Designs will Pass Compliance Testing

Revolutionary DPX® spectrum display reveals transient signal behavior that helps you discover instability, glitches, and interference. Here, an infrequently occurring transient is seen in detail. The frequency of occurrence is color-graded, indicating the infrequent transient event in blue and the noise background in red. The DPX Density™ Trigger is activated, seen in the measurement box at the center of the screen, and Trigger On This™ has been activated. Any signal density greater than the selected level causes a trigger event.

High-performance Spectrum and Vector Signal Analysis, and a Lot More

The RSA6000 Series replaces conventional high-performance signal analyzers, offering the measurement confidence and functionality you demand for everyday tasks. A typical 20 dBm TOI and –151 dBm/Hz DANL at 2 GHz gives you the dynamic range you expect for challenging spectrum analysis measurements. All analysis is fully preselected and image free. The RSA6000 Series uses broadband preselection filters that are always in the signal path. You never have to compromise between dynamic range and analysis bandwidth by ‘switching out the preselector’.

A complete toolset of power and signal statistics measurements is standard, including Channel Power, ACLR, CCDF, Occupied Bandwidth, AM/FM/PM, and Spurious measurements. Available Phase Noise and General Purpose Modulation Analysis measurements round out the expected set of high-performance analysis tools.

But, just being a high-performance signal analyzer is not sufficient to meet the demands of today’s hopping, transient signals.

The RSA6000 Series will help you to easily discover design issues that other signal analyzers may miss. The revolutionary DPX® spectrum display offers an intuitive live color view of signal transients changing over time in the frequency domain, giving you immediate confidence in the stability of your design, or instantly displaying a fault when it occurs. This live display of transients is impossible with other signal analyzers. Once a problem is discovered with DPX®, the RSA6000 Series spectrum analyzers can be set to trigger on the event, capture a contiguous time record of changing RF events, and perform time-correlated analysis in all domains. You get the functionality of a high-performance spectrum analyzer, wideband vector signal analyzer, and the unique trigger-capture-analyze capability of a real-time spectrum analyzer – all in a single package.

Discover

The patented DPX® spectrum processing engine brings live analysis of transient events to spectrum analyzers. Performing up to 292,968 frequency transforms per second, transients of a minimum event duration of 3.7 μs in length are displayed in the frequency domain. This is orders of magnitude faster than swept analysis techniques. Events can be color coded by rate of occurrence onto a bitmapped display, providing unparalleled insight into transient signal behavior. The DPX spectrum processor can be swept over the entire frequency range of the instrument, enabling broadband transient capture previously unavailable in any spectrum analyzer. In applications that require only spectral information, Opt. 200 provides gap-free spectral recording, replay, and analysis of up to 60,000 spectral traces. Spectrum recording resolution is variable from 110 μs to 6400 s per line.


Trigger and Capture: The DPX Density™ Trigger monitors for changes in the frequency domain, and captures any violations into memory. The spectrogram display (left panel) shows frequency and amplitude changing over time. By selecting the point in time in the spectrogram where the spectrum violation triggered the DPX Density™ Trigger, the frequency domain view (right panel) automatically updates to show the detailed spectrum view at that precise moment in time.

Trigger

Tektronix has a long history of innovative triggering capability, and the RSA Series spectrum analyzers lead the industry in triggered signal analysis. The RSA6000 Series provides unique triggers essential for troubleshooting modern digitally implemented RF systems. Trigger types include time-qualified power, runt, density, and frequency mask.

Time qualification can be applied to any internal trigger source, enabling capture of ‘the short pulse’ or ‘the long pulse’ in a pulse train, or only triggering when a frequency domain event lasts for a specified time. Runt triggers capture troublesome infrequent pulses that either turn on or turn off to an incorrect level, greatly reducing time to fault.

DPX Density™ Trigger works on the measured frequency of occurrence or density of the DPX display. The unique Trigger On This™ function allows the user to simply point at the signal of interest on the DPX display, and a trigger level is automatically set to trigger slightly below the measured density level. You can capture low-level signals in the presence of high-level signals at the click of a button.

The Frequency Mask Trigger (FMT) is easily configured to monitor all changes in frequency occupancy within the acquisition bandwidth.

A Power Trigger working in the time domain can be armed to monitor for a user-set power threshold. Resolution bandwidths may be used with the power trigger for band limiting and noise reduction. Two external triggers are available for synchronization to test system events.

Capture

Capture once – make multiple measurements without recapturing. All signals in an acquisition bandwidth are recorded into the RSA6000 Series deep memory. Record lengths vary depending upon the selected acquisition bandwidth – up to 1.7 seconds at 110 MHz, 81.9 seconds at 1 MHz, or 1.46 hours at 10 kHz bandwidth with FMT / Deep Memory (Opt. 02). Real-time capture of small signals in the presence of large signals is enabled with 73 dB SFDR in all acquisition bandwidths, even up to 110 MHz (Opt. 110). Acquisitions of any length can stored in MATLAB™ Level 5 format for offline analysis.

Analyze

The RSA6000 Series offers analysis capabilities that advance productivity for engineers working on components or in RF system design, integration, and performance verification, or operations engineers working in networks, or spectrum management. In addition to spectrum analysis, spectrograms display both frequency and amplitude changes over time. Time-correlated measurements can be made across the frequency, phase, amplitude, and modulation domains. This is ideal for signal analysis that includes frequency hopping, pulse characteristics, modulation switching, settling time, bandwidth changes, and intermittent signals.

The measurement capabilities of the RSA6000 Series and available options and software packages are summarized below:

Measurement Functions

Measurements

Description

Spectrum Analyzer Measurements

Channel Power, Adjacent Channel Power, Multicarrier Adjacent Channel Power/Leakage Ratio, Occupied Bandwidth, xdB Bandwidth, dBm/Hz Marker, dBc/Hz Marker, Spectrum Emissions Mask

Time Domain and Statistical Measurements

RF IQ vs. Time, Power vs. Time, Frequency vs. Time, Phase vs. Time, CCDF, Peak-to-Average Ratio

Spur Search Measurement

Up to 20 frequency ranges, user-selected detectors (Peak, Average, QP), filters (RBW, CISPR, MIL), and VBW in each range. Linear or Log frequency scale. Measurements and violations in absolute power or relative to a carrier. Up to 999 violations identified in tabular form for export in .CSV format

Analog Modulation Measurements (Standard)

% Amplitude Modulation (+Peak, –Peak, RMS, Mod. Depth)

Frequency Modulation (±Peak, +Peak to –Peak, RMS, Peak-Peak/2, Frequency Error)

Phase Modulation (±Peak, RMS, +Peak to –Peak)

AM/FM/PM Modulation and Audio Measurements (Opt. 10)

Carrier Power, Frequency Error, Modulation Frequency, Modulation Parameters (±Peak, Peak-Peak/2, RMS), SINAD, Modulation Distortion, S/N, THD, TNHD

Phase Noise and Jitter Measurements (Opt. 11)

Phase Noise vs. Frequency Offset

Offset range 10 Hz to 1 GHz. Measures Carrier Power, Frequency Error, RMS Phase Noise, Integrated Jitter, Residual FM

Settling Time (Frequency and Phase) (Opt. 12)

Measured Frequency, Settling Time from last settled frequency, Settling Time from last settled phase, Settling Time from Trigger. Automatic or manual reference frequency selection. User-adjustable measurement bandwidth, averaging, and smoothing. Pass/Fail Mask Testing with 3 user-settable zones

Advanced Pulse Measurements Suite (Opt. 20)

Average On Power, Peak Power, Average Transmitted Power, Pulse Width, Rise Time, Fall Time, Repetition Interval (seconds), Repetition Interval (Hz), Duty Factor (%), Duty Factor (ratio), Ripple (dB), Ripple (%), Overshoot (dB), Overshoot (%), Droop (dB), Droop (%), Pulse-Pulse Frequency Difference, Pulse-Pulse Phase Difference, RMS Frequency Error, Max Frequency Error, RMS Phase Error, Max Phase Error, Frequency Deviation, Phase Deviation, Impulse Response (dB), Impulse Response (time), Time Stamp

General Purpose Digital Modulation Analysis (Opt. 21)

Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) (RMS, Peak, EVM vs. Time), Modulation Error Ratio (MER), Magnitude Error (RMS, Peak, Mag Error vs. Time), Phase Error (RMS, Peak, Phase Error vs. Time), Origin Offset, Frequency Error, Gain Imbalance, Quadrature Error, Rho, Constellation, Symbol Table

DPX Density Measurement (Opt. 200)

Measures % signal density at any location on the DPX spectrum display and triggers on specified signal density

RSAVu Analysis Software

W-CDMA, HSUPA. HSDPA, GSM/EDGE, CDMA2000 1x, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO, RFID, Phase Noise, Jitter, IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n WLAN, IEEE 802.15.4 OQPSK (Zigbee), Audio Analysis

Flexible OFDM Analysis (Opt. 22)

OFDM Analysis for WLAN 802.11a/g/j and WiMAX 802.16-2004


Time-correlated, multidomain views provide a new level of insight into design or operational problems not possible with conventional analysis solutions. Here, ACLR and Vector Modulation Quality (Opt. 21) are performed on a single acquisition, combined with the continuous monitoring of the DPX® spectrum display.


Spurious Search – Up to 20 noncontiguous frequency regions can be defined, each with their own resolution bandwidth, video bandwidth, detector (peak, average, quasi-peak), and limit ranges. Test results can be exported in .CSV format to external programs, with up to 999 violations reported. Spectrum results are available in linear or log scale.


Advanced Signal Analysis package (Opt. 20) offers over 20 automated pulse parameter calculations on every pulse. Easily validate designs with measurements of peak power, pulse width rise time, ripple, droop, overshoot, and pulse-to-pulse phase. Gain insight into linear FM chirp quality with measurements such as Impulse Response and Phase Error. A pulse train (upper left) is seen with automatic calculation of pulse width and impulse response (lower right). A detailed view of the Impulse Response is seen in the lower left, and a DPX® display monitors the spectrum on the upper right.


Phase noise and jitter measurements (Opt. 11) adds value to your RSA6000 Series by replacing a conventional phase noise tester for many applications. Phase noise can be measured at carrier offsets up to 1 GHz, and internal phase noise is automatically reduced by optimizing acquisition bandwidths and attenuator settings for each carrier offset for maximum dynamic range. For less critical measurements, speed optimization may be applied for faster results. Typical residual phase noise of –132 dBc/Hz at 1 MHz offset, 0 GHz carrier frequency gives sufficient measurement margin for many applications.


Settling time measurements (Opt. 12) are easy and automated. The user can select measurement bandwidth, tolerance bands, reference frequency (auto or manual), and establish up to 3 tolerance bands vs. time for Pass/Fail testing. Settling time may be referenced to external or internal trigger, and from the last settled frequency or phase. In the illustration, frequency settling time for a hopped oscillator is measured from an external trigger point from the device under test.


Advanced Triggers and Swept DPX (Opt. 200) combines the revolutionary DPX Density™ Trigger with the ability to trigger on runt pulses and apply time qualification to any trigger. The runt trigger seen here can be used to track down nonconforming pulses in a pulse train, greatly reducing time to insight. Time qualification can be used to separate ranging pulses from higher resolution pulses in a radar signal, or trigger only on signals that remain on longer than a specified time.


Advanced Triggers and Swept DPX (Opt. 200) re-invents the way swept spectrum analysis is done. The DPX engine collects hundreds of thousands of spectrums per second over a 110 MHz bandwidth. Users can now sweep the DPX across the full input range of the RSA6000 Series, up to 20 GHz. In the time a traditional spectrum analyzer has captured one spectrum, the RSA6000 Series has captured orders of magnitude more spectrums. This new level of performance reduces the chance of missing time-interleaved and transient signals during broadband searches.


DPX Spectrograms (Opt. 200) provide gap-free spectral monitoring for up to days at a time. 60,000 traces can be recorded and reviewed, with resolution per line adjustable from 110 μs to 6400 s.

Performance You Can Count On

Depend on Tektronix to provide you with performance you can count on. In addition to industry-leading service and support, this product comes backed by a one-year warranty as standard.

 

Characteristics

Frequency Related

Characteristic

Description

Frequency Range

9 kHz to 20 GHz (RSA6120A)

9 kHz to 14 GHz (RSA6114A)

9 kHz to 6.2 GHz (RSA6106A)

Center Frequency Setting Resolution

0.1 Hz

Frequency Marker Readout Accuracy

±(RE × MF + 0.001 × Span + 2) Hz

   RE

Reference Frequency Error

   MF

Marker Frequency (Hz)

Span Accuracy

±0.3% (Auto mode)

Reference Frequency

   Initial accuracy at cal

1 × 10–7 (after 10 minute warm-up)

   Aging per day

1 × 10–9 (after 30 days of operation)

   Aging per 10 years

3 × 10–7 (after 10 years of operation)

   Temperature drift

2 × 10–8 (0 to 50 °C)

   Cumulative error (temperature + aging)

4 × 10–7 (within 10 years after calibration, typical)

Reference Output Level

>0 dBm (internal reference selected)

Reference Output Level (Loopthrough)

0 dB nominal gain from Ext Ref In to Ref Output, +15 dBm max output

External Reference Input Frequencies

1 to 25 MHz (1 MHz steps) + 1.2288 MHz, 4.8 MHz, 19.6608 MHz, 31.07 MHz

External Reference Input Frequency Accuracy

Must be within ±3 × 10–7 of a valid listed input frequency

   Spurious

< –80 dBc within 100 kHz offset to avoid on-screen spurious

   Input level range

–10 dBm to +6 dBm

Trigger Related

Characteristic

Description

Trigger Modes

Free Run, Triggered, FastFrame

Trigger Event Source

RF Input, Trigger 1 (Front Panel), Trigger 2 (Rear Panel), Gated, Line

Trigger Types

Power (Std.), Frequency Mask (Opt. 02), Frequency Edge, DPX Density, Runt, Time Qualified (Opt. 200)

Trigger Setting

Trigger position settable from 1 to 99% of total acquisition length

Trigger Combinational Logic

Trigger 1 AND Trigger 2 / Gate may be defined as a trigger event

Trigger Actions

Save acquisition and/or save picture on trigger

Power Level Trigger

Characteristic

Description

Level Range

0 dB to –100 dB from reference level

Accuracy

   (for trigger levels >30 dB above noise floor, 10% to 90% of signal level)

±0.5 dB (level ≥ –50 dB from reference level)

±1.5 dB (from < –50 dB to –70 dB from reference level)

Trigger Bandwidth Range

   (at maximum acquisition BW)

4 kHz to 20 MHz + wide open (standard)

11 kHz to 60 MHz + wide open (Opt. 110)

Trigger Position Timing Uncertainty

   40 MHz Acquisition BW, 20 MHz BW

Uncertainty = ±15 ns

   110 MHz Acquisition BW, 60 MHz BW

   (Opt. 110)

Uncertainty = ±5 ns

Trigger Re-Arm Time, Minimum (Fast Frame ‘On’)

   10 MHz Acquisition BW

≤25 μs

   40 MHz Acquisition BW

≤10 μs

   110 MHz Acquisition BW (Opt. 110)

≤5 μs

Frequency Mask Trigger (Opt. 02)

Characteristic

Description

Mask Shape

User Defined

Mask Point Horizontal Resolution

<0.2% of span

Level Range

0 dB to –80 dB from reference level

Level Accuracy*1

   0 to –50 dB from reference level

±(Channel Response + 1.0 dB)

   –50 dB to –70 dB from reference level

±(Channel Response + 2.5 dB)

Span Range

100 Hz to 40 MHz

100 Hz to 110 MHz (Opt. 110)

Minimum Event Duration for 100% Probability of Trigger (at maximum acquisition bandwidth, RBW = Auto). Events lasting less than minimum event duration specification will result in degraded Frequency Mask Trigger accuracy.

   Acq. BW 40 MHz

      Opt. 02 (fixed FFT length)

30.7 µs

      Opt. 02 plus Opt. 200 at specified resolution bandwidths

10 MHz: 3.9 µs

1 MHz: 5.8 µs

100 kHz: 30.9 µs

   Acq. BW 110 MHz (Opt. 110)

      Opt. 02 (fixed FFT length)

10.3 µs

      Opt. 02 plus Opt. 200 at specified resolution bandwidths

10 MHz: 3.7 µs

1 MHz: 5.8 µs

100 kHz: 37.6 µs

Trigger Position Uncertainty

Span = 40 MHz:

±12.8 μs

±2 μs (Opt. 200, RBW = Auto)

Span = 110 MHz:

±5.12 μs (Opt. 110)

±2 μs (Opt. 200, RBW = Auto)

*1 For masks >30 dB above noise floor.

Opt. 200 – Advanced Triggers

Characteristic

Description

DPX Density Trigger

Density Range

0 to 100% density

Horizontal Range

0.25 Hz to 40 MHz

0.25 Hz to 110 MHz (Opt. 110)

Minimum Signal Duration for 100% Probability of Trigger (at maximum acquisition bandwidth and RBW)

Trace Length 801 Points

3.9 µs

3.7 µs (Opt. 110)

Runt Trigger

Runt Definitions

Positive, Negative

Accuracy

   (for trigger levels >30 dB above noise floor, 10% to 90% of signal level)

±0.5 dB (level ≥ –50 dB from reference level)

±1.5 dB (from < –50 dB to –70 dB from reference level)

Time-qualified Triggering

Trigger Types and Source

Time qualification may be applied to: Level, Frequency Mask (Opt. 02), DPX Density, Runt, Ext. 1, Ext. 2

Time Qualification Range

T1: 0 to 10 seconds

T2: 0 to 10 seconds

Time Qualification Definitions

Shorter than T1

Longer than T1

Longer than T1 AND shorter than T2

Shorter than T1 OR longer than T2

Frequency Edge Trigger

Range

±(1/2 × (Acq. BW or TDBW if active))

Minimum Event Duration

25 ns for 40 MHz Acq. BW using no trigger RBW

50 ns for 40 MHz Acq. BW using 20 MHz trigger RBW

9.1 ns for 110 MHz Acq. BW using no RBW

16.7 ns for 110 MHz Acq. BW using 60 MHz trigger RBW

Timing Uncertainty

Same as Power Trigger Position Timing Uncertainty

Holdoff Trigger

Range

20 ns to 10 seconds

External Trigger 1

Characteristic

Description

Level Range

–2.5 V to +2.5 V

Level Setting Resolution

0.01 V

Trigger Position Timing Uncertainty (50 Ω input impedance)

   40 MHz Acquisition BW, 40 MHz Span

Uncertainty = ±20 ns

   110 MHz Acquisition BW, 110 MHz Span (Opt. 110)

Uncertainty = ±12 ns

Input Impedance

Selectable 50 Ω/5 kΩ impedance (nominal)

External Trigger 2

Characteristic

Description

Threshold Voltage

Fixed, TTL

Input Impedance

10 kΩ (nominal)

Trigger State Select

High, Low

Trigger Output

Characteristic

Description

Voltage

Output Current <1 mA

   High

>2.0 V

   Low

<0.4 V (LVTTL)

   Output impedance

50 Ω (nominal)

Acquisition Related

Characteristic

Description

Real-time Acquisition Bandwidth

40 MHz (110 MHz, Opt. 110)

A/D Converter

100 MS/s 14 bit (optional 300 MS/s, 14 bit, Opt. 110)

Acquisition Memory Size

256 MB (1 GB, Opt. 02)

Minimum Acquisition Length

64 Samples

Acquisition Length Setting Resolution

1 Sample

Fast Frame Acquisition Mode

>64,000 records can be stored in a single acquisition (for pulse measurements and spectrogram analysis)

Memory Depth (Time) and Minimum Time Domain Resolution

Acquisition BW

Sample Rate

(For IQ)

Max Acquisition Time

Max Acquisition Time (Opt. 02)

Time Resolution

110 MHz (Opt. 110)

150 MS/s

0.426 s

1.706 s

6.6667 ns

60 MHz (Opt. 110)

75 MS/s

0.852 s

3.413 s

13.33 ns

40 MHz

50 MS/s

1.28 s

5.12 s

20 ns

20 MHz

25 MS/s

2.56 s

10.2 s

40 ns

10 MHz

12.5 MS/s

5.12 s

20.5 s

80 ns

5 MHz

6.25 MS/s

10.2 s

41.0 s

160 ns

2 MHz*2

3.125 MS/s

10.2 s

41.0 s

320 ns

1 MHz

1.56 MS/s

20.5 s

81.9 s

640 ns

500 kHz

781 kS/s

41.0 s

164 s

1.28 μs

200 kHz

390 kS/s

81.9 s

328 s

2.56 μs

100 kHz

195 kS/s

164 s

655 s

5.12 μs

50 kHz

97.6 kS/s

328 s

1310 s

10.24 μs

20 kHz

48.8 kS/s

655 s

2620 s

20.48 μs

10 kHz

24.4 kS/s

1310 s

5240 s

40.96 μs

5 kHz

12.2 kS/s

2620 s

10500 s

81.92 μs

2 kHz

3.05 kS/s

10500 s

41900 s

328 μs

1 kHz

1.52 kS/s

21000 s

83900 s

655 μs

500 Hz

762 S/s

41900 s

168000 s

1.31 ms

200 Hz

381 S/s

83900 s

336000 s

2.62 ms

100 Hz

190 S/s

168300 s

671000 s

5.24 ms

*2 In spans ≤2 MHz, higher resolution data is stored, reducing maximum acquisition time.

Analysis Related

Displays by Domain

Views

Frequency

Spectrum (Amplitude vs Linear or Log Frequency)

DPX® Spectrum Display (Live RF Color-graded Spectrum)

Spectrogram (Amplitude vs. Frequency over Time)

Spurious (Amplitude vs Linear or Log Frequency)

Phase Noise (Phase Noise and Jitter Measurement) (Opt. 11)

Time and Statistics

Amplitude vs. Time

Frequency vs. Time

Phase vs. Time

DPX Amplitude vs. Time (Opt. 200)

DPX Frequency vs. Time (Opt. 200)

DPX Phase vs. Time (Opt. 200)

Amplitude Modulation vs. Time

Frequency Modulation vs. Time

Phase Modulation vs. Time

RF IQ vs. Time

Time Overview

CCDF

Peak-to-Average Ratio

Settling Time, Frequency, and Phase (Opt. 12)

Frequency Settling vs. Time, Phase Settling vs. Time

Advanced Measurements Suite (Opt. 20)

Pulse Results Table

Pulse Trace (selectable by pulse number)

Pulse Statistics (Trend of Pulse Results, FFT of Trend, and Histogram)

Digital Demod (Opt. 21)

Constellation Diagram

EVM vs. Time

Symbol Table (Binary or Hexadecimal)

Magnitude and Phase Error versus Time, and Signal Quality

Demodulated IQ vs. Time

Eye Diagram

Trellis Diagram

Frequency Deviation vs. Time

Frequency Offset Measurement

Signal analysis can be performed either at center frequency or the assigned measurement frequency up to the limits of the instrument's acquisition and measurement bandwidths

Flexible OFDM Analysis (Opt. 22)

Constellation, Scalar Measurement Summary, EVM or Power vs. Carrier, Symbol Table (Binary or Hexadecimal)

Acquisition Replay

Replay entire contents of acquisition memory or subset of acquisitions and frames. History can collect up to 64,000 acquisitions (each containing one or more frames) or 1 GB of sample data, whichever limit is reached first

RF Spectrum and Analysis Performance

Bandwidth Related

Characteristic

Description

Resolution Bandwidth

Resolution Bandwidth Range

(Spectrum Analysis)

0.1 Hz to 8 MHz

0.1 Hz to 10 MHz (Opt. 110)

Resolution Bandwidth Shape

Approximately Gaussian, shape factor 4.1:1 (60:3 dB) ±10%, typical

Resolution Bandwidth Accuracy

±1% (Auto-coupled RBW mode)

Alternative Resolution Bandwidth Types

Kaiser window (RBW), –6 dB Mil, CISPR, Blackman-Harris 4B Window, Uniform (none) Window, Flat-top (CW Ampl.) Window, Hanning Window

Video Bandwidth

Video Bandwidth Range

1 Hz to 10 MHz plus wide open

RBW/VBW Maximum

10,000:1

RBW/VBW Minimum

1:1 plus wide open

Resolution

5% of entered value

Accuracy (Typical)

±10%

Time Domain Bandwidth (Amplitude vs. Time Display)

Time Domain Bandwidth Range

At least 1/10 to 1/10,000 of acquisition bandwidth, 1 Hz minimum

Time Domain BW Shape

≤10 MHz, approximately Gaussian, shape factor 4.1:1 (60:3 dB), typical

20 MHz (60 MHz, Opt. 110), shape factor <2.5:1 (60:3 dB) typical

Time Domain Bandwidth Accuracy

1 Hz to 10 MHz = 1% (Auto-coupled)

20 MHz and 60 MHz = 10%

Minimum Settable Spectrum Analysis RBW vs. Span

Frequency Span

RBW

>10 MHz

100 Hz

>1 MHz to 10 MHz

10 Hz

>5 kHz to 1 MHz

1 Hz

≤5 kHz

0.1 Hz

Spectrum Display Traces, Detector, and Functions

Characteristic

Description

Traces

Three traces + 1 math waveform + 1 trace from spectrogram for spectrum display

Detector

Peak, –Peak, Average, ±Peak, Sample, CISPR (Avg, Peak, Quasi-peak, Average of Logs)

Trace Functions

Normal, Average, Max Hold, Min Hold, Average of Logs

Spectrum Trace Length

801, 2401, 4001, 8001, or 10401 points

DPX® Digital Phosphor Spectrum Processing

Characteristic

DPX

(Standard)

Advanced DPX (Opt. 200)

Spectrum Processing Rate (RBW = Auto, Trace Length 801)

48,828/s

292,968/s

DPX Bitmap Resolution

201 × 501

201 × 801

DPX Bitmap Color Dynamic Range

64k (48 dB)

8G (99 dB)

Marker Information

Amplitude, frequency, and hit count on the DPX display

Amplitude, frequency, and signal density on the DPX display

Minimum Signal Duration for 100% Probability of Detection (Max-hold On)

31 μs (24 μs, Opt. 110)

5.8 μs (3.7 μs, Opt. 110)

Span Range (Continuous processing)

100 Hz to 40 MHz (110 MHz with Opt. 110)

100 Hz to 40 MHz (110 MHz with Opt. 110)

Span Range (Swept)

Not Available

Up to instrument frequency range

Dwell Time per Step

Not Available

50 ms to 100 s

Trace Processing

Color-graded bitmap, +Peak, –Peak, Average

Color-graded bitmap, +Peak, –Peak, Average

Trace Length

501

801, 2401, 4001, 10401

Resolution BW Accuracy

7%

7%

DPX® Zero-span Amplitude, Frequency, Phase Performance, Opt. 200 (Nominal)

Characteristic

Description

Measurement BW Range

100 Hz to maximum acquisition bandwidth of instrument

Time Domain BW (TDBW) Range

At least 1/10 to 1/10,000 of acquisition bandwidth, 1 Hz minimum

Time Domain BW (TDBW) Accuracy

±1%

Sweep Time Range

100 ns (minimum)

1 s (maximum, measurement BW >60 MHz)

2000 s (maximum, measurement BW ≤60 MHz)

Time Accuracy

±(0.5 % + Reference Frequency Accuracy)

Zero-span Trigger Timing Uncertainty (Power trigger)

±(Zero-span Sweep Time / 400) at trigger point

DPX Frequency Display Range

±100 MHz maximum

DPX Phase Display Range

±200 degrees maximum, phase-wrapped

±500G degrees, phase-unwrapped

DPX® Spectrogram Performance

Characteristic

Description

Span Range

100 Hz to maximum acquisition bandwidth

DPX Spectrogram Trace Detection

+Peak, –Peak, Avg (VRMS)

DPX Spectrogram Trace Length

801 to 4001

DPX Spectrogram Memory Depth

Trace Length = 801: 60,000 traces

Trace Length = 2401: 20,000 traces

Trace Length = 4001: 12,000 traces

Time Resolution per Line

110 µs to 6400 s, user settable

Maximum Recording Time vs. Line Resolution

6.6 seconds (801 points/trace, 110 μs/line) to 4444 days (801 points/trace, 6400 s/line)

Minimum Signal Duration vs. RBW, Opt. 200(Trace Length, 801 Points)

Span

RBW

(kHz)

FFT Length

Spectrums/sec

Minimum Signal Duration for 100% POI, µs

110 MHz

10,000

1024

292,968

3.7

1000

1024

292,968

5.8

300

2048

146,484

14.8

100

4096

73,242

37.7

30

16384

18,311

134.7

20

32768

9,155

229.3

40 MHz

10,000

1024

292,968

3.9

1000

1024

292,968

5.8

300

1024

292,968

11.4

100

2048

146,484

30.9

30

4096

73,242

93.8

20

8192

36,621

147.5

10

16384

18,311

295.0

Minimum FFT Length vs. Trace Length(Independent of Span and RBW), Opt. 200

Trace Length (Points)

Minimum FFT Length

801

1024

2401

4096

4001

8192

10401

16384

Resolution BW Range vs. Span (DPX®)

Acquisition Bandwidth

RBW (Min)

RBW (Min) (Opt. 200)

RBW (Max) (Opt. 200)

110 MHz

640 kHz

20 kHz

10 MHz

55 MHz

320 kHz

10 kHz

5 MHz

40 MHz

214 kHz

10 kHz

3 MHz

20 MHz

107 kHz

5 kHz

2 MHz

10 MHz

53.3 kHz

2 kHz

1 MHz

5 MHz

26.7 kHz

1 kHz

500 kHz

2 MHz

13.4 kHz

500 Hz

200 kHz

1 MHz

6.66 kHz

200 Hz

100 kHz

500 kHz

3.33 kHz

100 Hz

50 kHz

200 kHz

1.67 kHz

50 Hz

20 kHz

100 kHz

833 Hz

20 Hz

10 kHz

50 kHz

417 Hz

10 Hz

5 kHz

20 kHz

209 Hz

5 Hz

2 kHz

10 kHz

105 Hz

2 Hz

1 kHz

5 kHz

52 Hz

0.1 Hz

500 Hz

2 kHz

13.1 Hz

0.1 Hz

200 Hz

1 kHz

6.51 Hz

0.1 Hz

100 Hz

500 Hz

3.26 Hz

0.1 Hz

50 Hz

200 Hz

1.63 Hz

0.1 Hz

20 Hz

100 Hz

0.819 Hz

0.1 Hz

10 Hz

 

Minimum RBW, Swept Spans (Opt. 200) - 10 kHz.

Stability

Residual FM - <2 Hzp-p in 1 second (95% confidence, typical).

Phase Noise Sidebands, dBc/Hz at Specified Center Frequency (CF)

Offset

CF = 1 GHz

CF = 2 GHz

CF = 6 GHz

CF = 10 GHz

(RSA6114A)

CF = 10 GHz

(RSA6120A)

CF = 18 GHz

(RSA6120A)

Spec

Typical

Typical

Typical

Typical

Typical

Typical

100 Hz

–80

–86

–80

–70

–64

–77

–70

1 kHz

–100

–106

–106

–96

–91

–95

–93

10 kHz

–106

–110

–110

–107

–106

–111

–108

100 kHz

–107

–113

–111

–107

–106

–112

–111

1 MHz

–128

–134

–133

–132

–132

–130

–130

6 MHz

–134

–142

–142

–142

–142

–142

–142

10 MHz

–134

–142

–142

–142

–142

–142

–142


Typical phase noise performance as measured by Opt. 11.

Amplitude

Characteristic

Description

(Specifications excluding mismatch error)

Measurement Range

Displayed average noise level to maximum measurable input

Input Attenuator Range

0 dB to 75 dB, 5 dB step

Maximum Safe Input Level

   Average Continuous (RF ATT ≥10 dB, Preamp Off)

+30 dBm

   Average Continuous (RF ATT ≥10 dB, Preamp On)

+20 dBm

   Pulsed RF (RF ATT ≥30 dB, PW <5 μs, 0.5% Duty Cycle)

75 W

Maximum Measurable Input Level

   Average Continuous (RF ATT: Auto)

+30 dBm

   Pulsed RF (RF ATT: Auto, PW <5 μs, 0.5% Duty Cycle)

75 W

Max DC Voltage

±40 V

Log Display Range

0.01 dBm/div to 20 dB/div

Display Divisions

10 divisions

Display Units

dBm, dBmV, Watts, Volts, Amps, dBuW, dBuV, dBuA, dBW, dBV, dBV/m, and dBA/m

Marker Readout Resolution, dB Units

0.01 dB

Marker Readout Resolution, Volts Units

Reference-level dependent, as small as 0.001 μV

Reference Level Setting Range

0.1 dB step, –170 dBm to +50 dBm (minimum ref. level –50 dBm at center frequency <80 MHz)

Level Linearity

±0.1 dB (0 to –70 dB from reference level)

Frequency Response

Range

Response

18 °C to 28 °C, Atten. = 10 dB, Preamp Off

   10 MHz - 3 GHz

±0.5 dB

   >3 GHz - 6.2 GHz

±0.8 dB

   >6.2 GHz - 14 GHz

   (RSA6114A)

±1.0 dB

   >6.2 GHz - 20 GHz

   (RSA6120A)

±1.0 dB

5 °C to 50 °C, All Attenuator Settings (Typical)

   9 kHz - 3 GHz

±0.7 dB

   >3 GHz - 6.2 GHz

±0.8 dB

   >6.2 GHz - 14 GHz

   (RSA6114A)

±2.0 dB

   >6.2 GHz - 20 GHz

   (RSA6120A)

±2.0 dB

Preamp (Opt. 01) On (Atten. = 10 dB)

   10 MHz - 3 GHz

±0.7 dB

Amplitude Accuracy

Characteristic

Description

Absolute Amplitude Accuracy at Calibration Point (100 MHz, –20 dBm signal, 10 dB ATT, 18 °C to 28 °C)

±0.31 dB

Input Attenuator Switching Uncertainty

±0.2 dB

Absolute Amplitude Accuracy at Center Frequency, 95% Confidence*3

   10 MHz to 3 GHz

±0.5 dB

   3 GHz to 6.2 GHz

±0.8 dB

   6.2 GHz to 20 GHz

±1.5 dB

VSWR (Typical)

(Atten. = 10 dB, Preamp Off, CF set within 200 MHz of VSWR Test Frequency)

   10 MHz to 4 GHz

<1.6:1

   4 GHz to 6.2 GHz

<1.8:1

   6.2 GHz to 20 GHz

   (RSA6114B only)

<1.9:1

VSWR with Preamp (Typical)

(Atten. = 10 dB, Preamp On, CF set within 200 MHz of VSWR Test Frequency

   10 MHz to 3 GHz

<1.9:1

*3 18 °C to 28 °C, Ref Level ≤ –15 dBm, Attenuator Auto-coupled, Signal Level –15 dBm to –50 dBm. 10 Hz ≤ RBW ≤ 1 MHz, after alignment performed.

Noise and Distortion

3rd Order Intermodulation Distortion*4 (Typical)

Frequency

3rd Order Intermodulation Distortion, dBc

3rd Order Intercept, dBm

RSA6106A, RSA6114A

9 kHz to 100 MHz

–77

13.5

100 MHz to 3 GHz

–80

15

3 GHz to 6.2 GHz

–84

17

6.2 GHz to 14 GHz

–84

17

RSA6120A

9 kHz to 100 MHz

–79

14.5

100 MHz to 3 GHz

–90

20

3 GHz to 6.2 GHz

–88

19

6.2 GHz to 20 GHz

–88

19

*4 Each Signal Level –25 dBm, Ref Level –20 dBm, Attenuator = 0 dB, 1 MHz tone separation.

Note: 3rd order intercept point is calculated from 3rd order intermodulation performance.

2nd Harmonic Distortion*5

Frequency

2nd Harmonic Distortion, Typical

10 MHz to 3.1 GHz*5

< –80 dBc

>3.1 GHz to 7 GHz*5

(RSA6114A)

< –80 dBc

>3.1 GHz to 10 GHz*6

(RSA6120A)

< –80 dBc

*5 –40 dBm at RF input, Attenuator = 0, Preamp Off, typical.

*6 < –80 dBc, –25 dBm at RF input, Atten = 0, Preamp OFF, Maximize Dynamic Range “RF & IF Optimization” mode.

Displayed Average Noise Level*7, Preamp Off

Frequency

Specification

Typical

9 kHz to 10 MHz

–99 dBm/Hz

–102 dBm/Hz

>10 MHz to 100 MHz

–149 dBm/Hz

–151 dBm/Hz

>100 MHz to 2.3 GHz

–151 dBm/Hz

–153 dBm/Hz

>2.3 GHz to 4 GHz

–149 dBm/Hz

–151 dBm/Hz

>4 GHz to 6.2 GHz

–145 dBm/Hz

–147 dBm/Hz

RSA6114A Only

4 GHz to 7 GHz

–145 dBm/Hz

–147 dBm/Hz

>7 GHz to 14 GHz

–137 dBm/Hz

–139 dBm/Hz

RSA6120A Only

>6.2 GHz to 8.2 GHz

–145 dBm/Hz

–147 dBm/Hz

>8.2 GHz to 15 GHz

–149 dBm/Hz

–152 dBm/Hz

>15 GHz to 17.5 GHz

–145 dBm/Hz

–147 dBm/Hz

>17.5 GHz to 20 GHz

–143 dBm/Hz

–145 dBm/Hz

*7 Measured using 1 kHz RBW, 100 kHz span, 100 averages, Best Noise mode, input terminated, Average of Logs detection.

Preamplifier Performance (Opt. 01)

Characteristic

Description

Frequency Range

10 MHz to 3.0 GHz

Noise Figure at 2 GHz

4 dB

Gain

30 dB

ESD Protection Level

1 kV (Human Body Model)

RSA6106A Serial Number ≥ B020241

RSA6114A Serial Number ≥ B020759

RSA6120A Serial Number ≥ B010173

Displayed Average Noise Level*7, Preamp On (Opt. 01)

Frequency

Specification

Typical

10 MHz to 50 MHz

–162 dBm/Hz

–170 dBm/Hz

>50 MHz to 1 GHz

–167 dBm/Hz

–170 dBm/Hz

1 GHz to 2 GHz

–168 dBm/Hz

–170 dBm/Hz

2 GHz to 3 GHz

–166 dBm/Hz

–170 dBm/Hz

*7 Measured using 1 kHz RBW, 100 kHz span, 100 averages, Best Noise mode, input terminated, Average of Log detection.

Residual Response*8

Frequency

Spec

40 MHz to 200 MHz

–90 dBm

>200 MHz to 6.2 GHz

–95 dBm

6.2 GHz to 14 GHz

(RSA6114A)

–95 dBm (typical)

6.2 MHz to 20 GHz

(RSA6120A)

–95 dBm (typical)

*8 Input terminated, RBW = 1 kHz, Attenuator = 0 dB.

Image Response*9

Frequency

Spec

9 kHz to 6.2 GHz

< –80 dBc

6.2 GHz to 8 GHz

(RSA6114A/RSA6120A)

< –80 dBc

>8 GHz to 14 GHz

(RSA6114A)

< –76 dBc

>6.2 GHz to 20 GHz

(RSA6120A)

< –76 dBc

*9 Ref = –30 dBm, Attenuator = 10 dB, RF Input Level = –30 dBm, RBW = 10 Hz.

Spurious Response with Signal*10

Frequency

Span ≤40 MHz,

Swept Spans >40 MHz

Opt. 110

40 MHz < Span ≤ 110 MHz

Specification

Typical

Specification

Typical

30 MHz to 6.2 GHz

–73 dBc

–78 dBc

–73 dBc

–75 dBc

≥6.2 GHz to 14 GHz

(RSA6114A)

–70 dBc

–75 dBc

–70 dBc

–75 dBc

>6.2 GHz to 20 GHz

(RSA6120A)

–70 dBc

–75 dBc

–70 dBc

–75 dBc

*10 RF Input Level = –15 dBm, Attenuator = 10 dB, Offset ≥400 kHz, Mode: Auto. Input signal at center frequency. Performance level for signals offset from center frequency typically the same.

 

Spurious response with signal at 4.75 GHz: < 62 dBc

(CF 9 kHz to 8 GHz, Ref = –30 dBm, Atten = 10 dB, RBW = 1 kHz)

Signal Frequency Range = 4.7225 to 4.7775 GHz, RF Input Level = –30 dBm

 

Local Oscillator Feed-through to Input Connector < –65 dBm

(typical, attenuator = 10 dB)

Adjacent Channel Leakage Ratio Dynamic Range*11

Signal Type, Measurement Mode

ACLR, Typical

Adjacent

Alternate

3GPP Downlink, 1 DPCH

   Uncorrected

–70 dB

–70 dB

   Noise Corrected

–79 dB

–79 dB

3GPP TM1 64 Channel

   Uncorrected

–69 dB

–69 dB

   Noise Corrected

–78 dB

–78 dB

*11 Measured with test signal amplitude adjusted for optimum performance. (CF = 2.13 GHz)

IF Frequency Response and Phase Linearity*12

Frequency Range

Specification

Typical (RMS)

Freq (GHz)

Acq. Bandwidth

Specification

Amplitude/Phase

0.01 to 6.2*13

≤300 kHz

±0.10 dB

0.05 dB/0.1°

0.03 to 6.2

≤40 MHz

±0.30 dB

0.20 dB/0.5°

>6.2 to 14

(RSA6114A)

≤300 kHz

±0.10 dB

0.05 dB/0.1°

>6.2 to 14

(RSA6114A)

≤40 MHz

±0.50 dB

0.40 dB/1.0°

>6.2 to 20

(RSA6120A)

≤300 kHz

±0.10 dB

0.05 dB/0.1°

>6.2 to 20

(RSA6120A)

≤40 MHz

±0.50 dB

0.40 dB/1.0°

Opt. 110

0.07 to 3.0

≤110 MHz

±0.50 dB

0.30 dB/1.0°

>3 to 6.2

≤110 MHz

±0.50 dB

0.40 dB/1.0°

>6.2 to 14

(RSA6114A)

≤80 MHz

±0.75 dB

0.70 dB/1.5°

>6.2 to 14

(RSA6114A)

≤110 MHz

±1.0 dB

0.70 dB/1.5°

>6.2 to 20

(RSA6120A)

≤80 MHz

±0.75 dB

0.70 dB/1.5°

>6.2 to 20

(RSA6120A)

≤110 MHz

±1.0 dB

0.70 dB/1.5°

*12 Amplitude flatness and phase deviation over the acquisition BW, includes RF frequency response. Attenuator Setting: 10 dB. For RSA6106A S/N ≥ B020214 and RSA6114A S/N ≥ B020630.

*13 High Dynamic Range mode selected.

Analog IF and Digital IQ Output (Opt. 05)

Characteristic

Description

Analog IF Output

Frequency

500 MHz

Output frequency varies ±1 MHz with changes in center frequency. Sidebands may be frequency inverted from input, depending on center frequency

Output Level

+3 to –10 dBm for peak signal level of –20 dBm at RF mixer (typical)

   Filter control

Wide open (square top) or 60 MHz Gaussian

   Bandwidth (wide open)

>150 MHz (typical)

   Bandwidth (Gaussian)

60 MHz, Gaussian to –12 dB

Digital IQ Output

Connector Type

MDR (3M) 50 pin × 2

Data Output

Data is corrected for amplitude and phase response in real time

   Data format

I data: 16 bit LVDS

Q data: 16 bit LVDS

Control Output

Clock: LVDS, 150 MHz – Acquisition Bandwidth >40 MHz, 50 MHz – Acquisition Bandwidth ≤40 MHz, DV (Data Valid), MSW (Most Significant Word) indicators, LVDS

Control Input

IQ data output enabled, connecting GND enables output of IQ data

Clock Rising Edge to Data Transition Time

(Hold time)

8.4 ns (typical, standard), 1.58 ns (typical, Opt. 110)

Data Transition to Clock Rising Edge (Setup time)

8.2 ns (typical, standard), 1.54 ns (typical, Opt. 110)

AM/FM/PM and Direct Audio Measurement (Opt. 10)

Characteristic

Description

Characteristics (typical) for input frequencies <2 GHz, RBW: Auto, Averaging: Off, Filters: Off

Analog Demodulation

Carrier Frequency Range (for modulation and audio measurements)

9 kHz or (1/2 × Audio Analysis Bandwidth) to maximum input frequency. Distortion and noise performance reduced below 30 MHz

Maximum Audio Frequency Span

10 MHz

Audio Filters

Low Pass (kHz)

0.3, 3, 15, 30, 80, 300, and user-entered up to 0.9 × audio bandwidth

High Pass (Hz)

20, 50, 300, 400, and user-entered up to 0.9 × audio bandwidth

Standard

CCITT, C-Message

De-emphasis (μs)

25, 50, 75, 750, and user-entered

File

User-supplied .TXT or .CSV file of amplitude/frequency pairs. Maximum 1000 pairs

FM Modulation Analysis (Modulation Index >0.1)

FM Measurements

Carrier Power, Carrier Frequency Error, Audio Frequency, Deviation (+Peak, –Peak, Peak-Peak/2, RMS), SINAD, Modulation Distortion, S/N, Total Harmonic Distortion, Total Non-harmonic Distortion, Hum and Noise

Carrier Power Accuracy (10 MHz to 2 GHz, –20 to 0 dBm input power)

±0.85 dB

Carrier Frequency Accuracy (Deviation: 1 to 10 kHz)

±0.5 Hz + (transmitter frequency × reference frequency error)

FM Deviation Accuracy (Rate: 1 kHz to 1 MHz)

±(1% of (rate + deviation) + 50 Hz)

FM Rate Accuracy (Deviation: 1 to 100 kHz)

±0.2 Hz

Residuals (FM) (Rate: 1 to 10 kHz, Deviation: 5 kHz)

THD

0.10%

Distortion

0.7%

SINAD

43 dB

AM Modulation Analysis

AM Measurements

Carrier Power, Audio Frequency, Modulation Depth (+Peak, –Peak, Peak-Peak/2, RMS), SINAD, Modulation Distortion, S/N, Total Harmonic Distortion, Total Non-harmonic Distortion, Hum and Noise

Carrier Power Accuracy (10 MHz to 2 GHz, –20 to 0 dBm input power)

±0.85 dB

AM Depth Accuracy (Rate: 1 to 100 kHz, Depth: 10% to 90%)

±0.2% + 0.01 × measured value

AM Rate Accuracy (Rate: 1 kHz to 1 MHz, Depth: 50%)

±0.2 Hz

Residuals (AM) (Rate: 1 to 100 kHz, Depth: 50%)

THD

0.16%

Distortion

0.13%

SINAD

58 dB

PM Modulation Analysis

PM Measurements

Carrier Power, Carrier Frequency Error, Audio Frequency, Deviation (+Peak, –Peak, Peak-Peak/2, RMS), SINAD, Modulation Distortion, S/N, Total Harmonic Distortion, Total Non-harmonic Distortion, Hum and Noise

Carrier Power Accuracy (10 MHz to 2 GHz, –20 to 0 dBm input power)

±0.85 dB

Carrier Frequency Accuracy (Deviation: 0.628 rad)

±0.02 Hz + (transmitter frequency × reference frequency error)

PM Deviation Accuracy (Rate: 10 to 20 kHz, Deviation: 0.628 to 6 rad)

±100% × (0.005 + (rate / 1 MHz))

PM Rate Accuracy (Rate: 1 to 10 kHz, Deviation: 0.628 rad)

±0.2 Hz

Residuals (PM) (Rate: 1 to 10 kHz, Deviation: 0.628 rad)

THD

0.1%

Distortion

1%

SINAD

40 dB

Direct Audio Input

Note: Direct input (unmodulated) audio measurements are limited by the low-frequency input range of 9 kHz in the RSA6000 Series.

Audio Measurements

Signal Power, Audio Frequency (+Peak, –Peak, Peak-Peak/2, RMS), SINAD, Modulation Distortion, S/N, Total Harmonic Distortion, Total Non-harmonic Distortion, Hum and Noise

Direct Input Frequency Range (for audio measurements only)

9 kHz to 10 MHz

Maximum Audio Frequency Span

10 MHz

Audio Frequency Accuracy

±0.2 Hz

Signal Power Accuracy

±1.5 dB

Residuals (Rate: 10 kHz, Input Level: 1.0 V)

THD

0.1%

Distortion

0.8%

SINAD

42 dB

Phase Noise and Jitter Measurement (Opt. 11)

Characteristic

Description

Carrier Frequency Range

30 MHz to Maximum Instrument Frequency – Less selected Frequency Offset Range

Measurements

Carrier Power, Frequency Error, RMS Phase Noise, Jitter (Time Interval Error), Residual FM

Residual Phase Noise

See Phase Noise specifications

Phase Noise and Jitter Integration Bandwidth Range

Minimum Offset from Carrier: 10 Hz

Maximum Offset from Carrier: 1 GHz

Number of Traces

2

Trace and Measurement Functions

Detection: Average or ±Peak

Smoothing Averaging

Optimization: Speed or Dynamic Range

Settling Time, Frequency, and Phase (Opt. 12)*14

Settled Frequency Uncertainty, 95% Confidence (Typical), at Stated Measurement Frequencies, Bandwidths, and # of Averages

Measurement Frequency, Averages

Frequency Uncertainty at Stated Measurement Bandwidth

110 MHz

10 MHz

1 MHz

100 kHz

1 GHz

Single Measurement

2 kHz

100 Hz

10 Hz

1 Hz

100 Averages

200 Hz

10 Hz

1 Hz

0.1 Hz

1000 Averages

50 Hz

2 Hz

1 Hz

0.05 Hz

10 GHz

Single Measurement

5 kHz

100 Hz

10 Hz

5 Hz

100 Averages

300 Hz

10 Hz

1 Hz

0.5 Hz

1000 Averages

100 Hz

5 Hz

0.5 Hz

0.1 Hz

20 GHz

Single Measurement

2 kHz

100 Hz

10 Hz

5 Hz

100 Averages

200 Hz

10 Hz

1 Hz

0.5 Hz

1000 Averages

100 Hz

5 Hz

0.5 Hz

0.2 Hz

Settled Phase Uncertainty, 95% Confidence (Typical), at Stated Measurement Frequencies, Bandwidths, and # of Averages

Measurement Frequency, Averages

Phase Uncertainty at Stated Measurement Bandwidth

   

110 MHz

10 MHz

1 MHz

1 GHz

Single Measurement

1.00°

0.50°

0.50°

100 Averages

0.10°

0.05°

0.05°

1000 Averages

0.05°

0.01°

0.01°

10 GHz

Single Measurement

1.50°

1.00°

0.50°

100 Averages

0.20°

0.10°

0.05°

1000 Averages

0.10°

0.05°

0.02°

20 GHz

Single Measurement

1.00°

0.50°

0.50°

100 Averages

0.10°

0.05°

0.05°

1000 Averages

0.05°

0.02°

0.02°

*14 Measured input signal level > –20 dBm, Attenuator: Auto.

Advanced Measurement Suite (Opt. 20)

Characteristic

Description

Measurements

Average On Power, Peak Power, Average Transmitted Power, Pulse Width, Rise Time, Fall Time, Repetition Interval (seconds), Repetition Rate (Hz), Duty Factor (%), Duty Factor (ratio), Ripple (dB), Ripple (%), Droop (dB), Droop (%), Overshoot (dB), Overshoot (%), Pulse-Pulse Frequency Difference, Pulse-Pulse Phase Difference, RMS Frequency Error, Max Frequency Error, RMS Phase Error, Max Phase Error, Frequency Deviation, Phase Deviation, Impulse Response (dB), Impulse Response (time), Time Stamp

Minimum Pulse Width for Detection

150 ns (standard), 50 ns (Opt. 110)

Number of Pulses

1 to 10,000

System Rise Time (Typical)

<25 ns (standard), <10 ns (Opt. 110)

Pulse Measurement Accuracy

Signal Conditions: Unless otherwise stated, Pulse Width >450 ns (150 ns, Opt. 110), S/N Ratio ≥30 dB, Duty Cycle 0.5 to 0.001, Temperature 18 °C to 28 °C

Impulse Response

Measurement Range: 15 to 40 dB across the width of the chirp

Measurement Accuracy (typical): ±2 dB for a signal 40 dB in amplitude and delayed 1% to 40% of the pulse chirp width*15

Impulse Response Weighting

Taylor Window

*15 Chirp Width 100 MHz, Pulse Width 10 μs, minimum signal delay 1% of pulse width or 10/(chirp bandwidth), whichever is greater, and minimum 2000 sample points during pulse on-time.

Pulse Measurement Performance

Pulse Amplitude and Timing

Measurement

Accuracy (Typical)

Average On Power*16

±0.3 dB + Absolute Amplitude Accuracy

Average Transmitted Power*16

±0.4 dB + Absolute Amplitude Accuracy

Peak Power*16

±0.4 dB + Absolute Amplitude Accuracy

Pulse Width

±3% of reading

Duty Factor

±3% of reading

*16 Pulse Width >300 ns (100 ns, Opt. 110).

Frequency and Phase Error Referenced to Nonchirped Signal

Bandwidth

CF: 2 GHz

CF: 10 GHz

CF: 20 GHz

Abs. Freq Err (RMS)

Pulse-Pulse Freq

Pulse-Pulse Phase

Abs. Freq Err (RMS)

Pulse-Pulse Freq

Pulse-Pulse Phase

Abs. Freq Err (RMS)

Pulse-Pulse Freq

Pulse-Pulse Phase

At stated frequencies and measurement bandwidths*17, 95% confidence.

20 MHz       

±5 kHz

±13 kHz

±0.3°

±5 kHz

±40 kHz

±0.6°

±8 kHz

±60 kHz

±1.3°

40 MHz

±10 kHz

±30 kHz

±0.35°

±10 kHz

±50 kHz

±0.75°

±20 kHz

±60 kHz

±1.3°

60 MHz

(Opt. 110)

±30 kHz

±70 kHz

±0.5°

±30 kHz

±150 kHz

±0.75°

±50 kHz

±275 kHz

±1.5°

110 MHz

(Opt. 110)

±50 kHz

±170 kHz

±0.6°

±50 kHz

±150 kHz

±0.75°

±100 kHz

±300 kHz

±1.5°

*17 Pulse ON Power ≥ –20 dBm, signal peak at Reference Level, Attenuator = Auto, tmeas – treference ≤ 10 ms, Frequency Estimation: Manual. Pulse-to-Pulse Measurement time position excludes the beginning and ending of the pulse extending for a time = (10 / Measurement BW) as measured from 50% of the t(rise) or t(fall). Absolute Frequency Error determined over center 50% of pulse. For RSA6106A S/N ≥ B020214 and RSA6114A S/N ≥ B020630.

Frequency and Phase Error Referenced to a Linear Chirp

Bandwidth

CF 2 GHz

CF: 10 GHz

CF: 20 GHz

Abs. Freq Err (RMS)

Pulse-Pulse Freq

Pulse-Pulse Phase

Abs. Freq Err (RMS)

Pulse-Pulse Freq

Pulse-Pulse Phase

Abs. Freq Err (RMS)

Pulse-Pulse Freq

Pulse-Pulse Phase

At stated frequencies and measurement bandwidths*17, 95% confidence.

20 MHz

±10 kHz

±25 kHz

±0.4°

±15 kHz

±30 kHz

±0.9°

±25 kHz

±50 kHz

±1.8°

40 MHz

±12 kHz

±40 kHz

±0.4°

±15 kHz

±50 kHz

±1.0°

±30 kHz

±130 kHz

±2.0°

60 MHz

(Opt. 110)

±60 kHz

±130 kHz

±0.5°

±60 kHz

±150 kHz

±1.0°

±75 kHz

±200 kHz

±2.0°

110 MHz

(Opt. 110)

±75 kHz

±275 kHz

±0.6°

±75 kHz

±300 kHz

±1.0°

±125 kHz

±500 kHz

±2.0°

*17 Pulse ON Power ≥ –20 dBm, signal peak at Reference Level, Attenuator = Auto, tmeas – treference ≤ 10 ms, Frequency Estimation: Manual. Pulse-to-Pulse Measurement time position excludes the beginning and ending of the pulse extending for a time = (10 / Measurement BW) as measured from 50% of the t(rise) or t(fall). Absolute Frequency Error determined over center 50% of pulse. For RSA6106A S/N ≥ B020214 and RSA6114A S/N ≥ B020630.

Note: Signal type: Linear Chirp, Peak-to-Peak Chirp Deviation: ≤0.8 Measurement BW.

Digital Modulation Analysis (Opt. 21)

Characteristic

Description

Modulation Formats

π/2DBPSK, BPSK, SBPSK, QPSK, DQPSK, π/4DQPSK, D8PSK, D16PSK, 8PSK, OQPSK, SOQPSK, CPM, 16/32/64/128/256QAM, MSK, GMSK, 2-FSK, 4-FSK, 8-FSK, 16-FSK, C4FM

Analysis Period

Up to 80,000 Samples

Filter Types

   Measurement filters

Square-root raised cosine, raised cosine, Gaussian, rectangular, IS-95, IS-95 EQ, C4FM-P25, half-sine, None, User Defined

   Reference filters

Raised cosine, Gaussian, rectangular, IS-95, SBPSK-MIL, SOQPSK-MIL, SOQPSK-ARTM, None, User Defined

Alpha/B*T Range

0.001 to 1, 0.001 step

Measurements

Constellation, Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) vs. Time, Modulation Error Ratio (MER), Magnitude Error vs. Time, Phase Error vs. Time, Signal Quality, Symbol Table, rho

FSK only: Frequency Deviation, Symbol Timing Error

Symbol Rate Range

1 kS/s to 100 MS/s (Modulated signal must be contained entirely within acquisition BW of RSA6000 Series)

Digital (Opt. 21)

 

Symbol Rate

Residual EVM (Typical)

QPSK Residual EVM*18

100 kS/s

<0.35%

1 MS/s

<0.35%

10 MS/s

<0.6%

30 MS/s

<1.5%

80 MS/s (Opt. 110)

<2.0%

256 QAM Residual EVM*19

10 MS/s

<0.4%

30 MS/s

<0.8%

80 MS/s (Opt. 110)

<0.8%

Offset QPSK Residual EVM*18

100 kS/s

<0.5%

1 MS/s

<0.5%

10 MS/s

<1.4%

S-OQPSK (MIL, ARTM) Residual EVM*20

4 kS/s,

CF = 250 MHz

<0.3%

20 kS/s

<0.5%

100 kS/s

<0.5%

1 MS/s

<0.5%

S-BPSK (MIL) Residual EVM*21

4 kS/s,

CF = 250 MHz

<0.2%

20 kS/s

<0.5%

100 kS/s

<0.5%

1 MS/s

<0.5%

CPM (MIL) Residual EVM*21

4 kS/s,

CF = 250 MHz

<0.3%

20 kS/s

<0.5%

100 kS/s

<0.5%

1 MS/s

<0.5%

2/4/8/16 FSK Residual RMS FSK Error*22

10 kS/s, deviation 10 kHz

<0.6%

*18 CF = 2 GHz, Measurement Filter = root raised cosine, Reference Filter = raised cosine,Analysis Length = 200 symbols.

*19 CF = 2 GHz, Measurement Filter = root raised cosine, Reference Filter = raised cosine,Analysis Length = 400 symbols.

*20 CF = 2 GHz unless otherwise noted. Reference Filters: MIL STD, ARTM, Measurement Filter: none.

*21 CF = 2 GHz unless otherwise noted. Reference Filter: MIL STD.

*22 CF = 2 GHz. Reference Filter: None, Measurement Filter: None.

Adaptive Equalizer

Characteristic

Description

Type

Linear, decision-directed, feed-forward (FIR) equalizer with co-efficient adaptation and adjustable convergence rate

Modulation Types Supported

BPSK, QPSK, OQPSK, π/2DBPSK, π/4DQPSK, 8PSK, 8DPSK, 16DPSK, 16/32/64/128/256QAM

Reference Filters for All Modulation Types except OQPSK

Raised Cosine, Rectangular, None

Reference Filters for OQPSK

Raised Cosine, Half Sine

Filter Length

1 to 128 taps

Taps/Symbol: Raised Cosine, Half Sine, No Filter

1, 2, 4, 8

Taps/Symbol: Rectangular Filter

1

Equalizer Controls

Off, Train, Hold, Reset

Flexible OFDM Characteristics (Opt. 22)

Characteristic

Description

Recallable Standards

WiMAX 802.16-2004, WLAN 802.11a/g/j

Parameter Settings

Guard Interval, Subcarrier Spacing, Channel Bandwidth

Advanced Parameter Settings

Constellation Detect: Auto; Manual Select (BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM)

Symbol Analysis Offset: (–100% to 0%)

Pilot Tracking: Phase, Amplitude, Timing

Swap I and Q: Enable/Disable

Summary Measurements

Symbol Clock Error, Frequency Error, Average Power, Peak-to-Average, CPE

EVM (RMS and Peak) for all carriers, plot carriers, data carriers

OFDM Parameters: Number of Symbols, Frequency Error, Symbol Clock Error, IQ Origin Offset, CPE, Average Power, Peak-to-Average Power

EVM (RMS and Peak) for all subcarriers, pilot subcarriers, data subcarriers

Displays

EVM vs. Symbol, vs. Subcarrier

Subcarrier Power vs. Symbol, vs. Subcarrier

Subcarrier Constellation

Symbol Data Table

Mag Error vs. Symbol, vs. Subcarrier

Phase Error vs. Symbol, vs. Subcarrier

Channel Frequency Response

Residual EVM

–44 dB (WiMAX 802.16-2004, 5 MHz BW)

–44 dB (WLAN 802.11g, 20 MHz BW)

Signal input power optimized for best EVM

Modulation Analysis Accuracy

Analog (Typical)

Modulation

Description

AM Demodulation Accuracy

±2%

0 dBm input at center

Carrier Frequency 1 GHz, 10 to 60% Modulation Depth, 1 kHz/5 kHz Input/Modulated Frequency

PM Demodulation Accuracy

±3°

0 dBm input at center

Carrier Frequency 1 GHz, 400 Hz/1 kHz Input/Modulated Frequency

FM Demodulation Accuracy

±1% of Span

0 dBm input at center

Carrier Frequency 1 GHz, 1 kHz/5 kHz Input/Modulated Frequency

Inputs and Outputs

Characteristic

Description

Front Panel

Display

Touch panel, 10.4 in. (264 mm)

RF Input Connector

N-type female, 50 Ω (RSA6106A/RSA6114A)

3.5 mm male, ruggedized, 50 Ω (RSA6120A)

Trigger Out

BNC, High: >2.0 V, Low: <0.4 V, output current 1 mA (LVTTL), 50 Ω

Trigger In

BNC, 50 Ω/5 kΩ impedance (nominal), ±5 V max input, –2.5 V to +2.5 V trigger level

USB Ports

1 USB 2.0, 1 USB 1.1

Audio

Speaker

Rear Panel

10 MHz REF OUT

50 Ω, BNC, >0 dBm

External REF IN

50 Ω, BNC, –10 dBm - +6 dBm, 1 to 25 MHz in 1 MHz steps, plus 1.2288, 4.8, 19.6608, and 31.07 MHz

External REF IN Frequency Accuracy Required

≤ ±0.3 ppm

Trig 2 / Gate IN

BNC, High: 1.6 to 5.0 V, Low: 0 to 0.5 V

GPIB Interface

IEEE 488.2

LAN Interface Ethernet

RJ45, 10/100/1000BASE-T

USB Ports

USB 2.0, two ports

VGA Output

VGA compatible, 15 DSUB

Audio Out

3.5 mm headphone jack

Noise Source Drive

BNC, +28 V, 140 mA (nominal)

General Characteristics

Characteristic

Description

Temperature Range

   Operating

+5 °C to +50 °C.

(+5 °C to +40 °C when accessing DVD)

   Storage

–20 °C to +60 °C

Warm-up Time

20 min.

Altitude

   Operating

Up to 3000 m (approximately 10,000 ft.)

   Nonoperating

Up to 12,190 m (40,000 ft.)

Relative Humidity

   Operating and nonoperating

   (80% RH max when accessing DVD)

90% RH at 30 °C

(No condensation, max wet bulb, 29 °C)

Vibration

   Operating (except when equipped with Option 06 Removable HDD, or when accessing DVD/CD)

0.22GRMS. Profile = 0.00010 g2/Hz at 5-350 Hz, –3 dB/Octave slope from 350-500 Hz, 0.00007 g2/Hz at 500 Hz, 3 Axes at 10 min/axis.

   Nonoperating

2.28GRMS. Profile = 0.0175 g2/Hz at 5-100 Hz, –3 dB/Octave slope from 100-200 Hz, 0.00875 g2/Hz at 200-350 Hz, –3 dB/Octave slope from 350-500 Hz, 0.006132 g2/Hz at 500 Hz, 3 Axes at 10 min/axis

Shock

   Operating

15 G, half-sine, 11 ms duration. (1 G max when accessing DVD and Opt. 06 Removable HDD)

   Nonoperating

30 G, half-sine, 11 ms duration

Safety

UL 61010-1:2004

CSA C22.2 No.61010-1-04

Electromagnetic Compatibility,

Complies with:

EU Council EMC Directive 2004/108/EC

EN61326, Class A

Power Requirements

90 V AC to 240 V AC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz

90 V AC to 132 V AC, 400 Hz

Power Consumption

450 W max

Data Storage

Internal HDD, USB ports, DVD±RW (Opt. 07), Removable HDD (Opt. 06)

Calibration Interval

One year

Warranty

One year

GPIB

SCPI-compatible, IEEE488.2 compliant

Physical Characteristics

Dimensions

mm

in.

Height

282

11.1

Width

473

18.6

Depth

531

20.9

Weight

kg

lb.

With All Options

26.4

58

Note: Physical characteristics, with feet, without accessory pouch.

 

Ordering Information

RSA6106A

Spectrum Analyzer, 9 kHz to 6.2 GHz

RSA6114A

Spectrum Analyzer, 9 kHz to 14 GHz

RSA6120A

Spectrum Analyzer, 9 kHz to 20 GHz

 

All Include: Quick-start Manual (Printed), Application Guide (Printed), Printable Online Help File, Programmer's manual (on CD), power cord, BNC-N adapter (RSA6106A/RSA6114), SMA Female barrel (RSA6120A), USB Keyboard, USB Mouse, Front Cover, One-year Warranty.

 

Note: Please specify power plug and language options when ordering.

 

Options

Option

Description

Opt. 01

Internal Preamp, 10 MHz to 3 GHz, 30 dB gain, 4 dB Noise Figure at 2 GHz, typical

Opt. 02

1 GB Acquisition Memory Total, Frequency Mask Trigger

Opt. 05

Digital IQ Output and 500 MHz Analog IF Output

Opt. 06*23

≥80 GB Removable HDD. This removes the internal HDD

Opt. 07*23

CD R/W, DVD-R. Includes internal HDD

Opt. 10

AM/FM/PM Modulation and Audio Measurements

Opt. 11

Phase Noise and Jitter Measurement

Opt. 12

Settling Time Measurements (Frequency and Phase)

Opt. 20

Advanced Signal Analysis (including pulse measurements)

Opt. 21

General Purpose Digital Modulation Analysis

Opt. 22

Flexible OFDM

Opt. 110

110 MHz Real-time Acquisition BW

Opt. 200

Advanced Triggers and Swept DPX

Opt. 1R

Rackmount

*23One of the following mutually exclusive options must be ordered: 06 or 07.

Accessories

Accessory

Description

RTPA2A Spectrum Analyzer Probe Adapter compatibility

Supports TekConnect probe series P7200, P7300, P7300SMA, P7500

RSAVu

Software based on the RSA3000 Series platform for analysis supporting 3G wireless standards, WLAN (IEEE802.11a/b/g/n), RFID, Audio Demodulation, and more measurements

E and H Near-field Probes

For EMI troubleshooting. 119-4146-xx

Additional Removable Hard Drive

For use with Opt. 06 (Windows XP and instrument SW preinstalled). 065-0751-xx

Additional Removable Hard Drive (Solid State)

For use with Opt. 08 (Windows XP and instrument SW preinstalled). 065-0765-xx

Transit Case

016-2026-xx

Rackmount Retrofit

016-1962-xx

Additional Quick-start Manual (Paper)

071-1909-xx

Service Manual (Paper)

071-1914-xx

SMA (Male) to SMA (Male) 36 in. Cable

174-5706-xx

SMA Female to Female Barrel

131-8508-xx

International Power Plugs

Option

Description

Opt. A0

North America power

Opt. A1

Universal Euro power

Opt. A2

United Kingdom power

Opt. A3

Australia power

Opt. A4

240 V, North America power

Opt. A5

Switzerland power

Opt. A6

Japan power

Opt. A10

China power

Opt. A11

India power

Opt. A99

No power cord or AC adapter

Service

Option

Description

Opt. C3

Calibration Service 3 Years

Opt. C5

Calibration Service 5 Years

Opt. D1

Calibration Data Report

Opt. D3

Calibration Data Report 3 Years (with Opt. C3)

Opt. D5

Calibration Data Report 5 Years (with Opt. C5)

Opt. G3

Complete Care 3 Years (includes loaner, scheduled calibration and more)

Opt. G5

Complete Care 5 Years (includes loaner, scheduled calibration and more)

Opt. R3

Repair Service 3 Years

Opt. R5

Repair Service 5 Years

Opt. CA1

Single Calibration or Functional Verification

Upgrades – RSA6UP

Option

Description

For Serial Numbers

HW or SW

Factory Calibration Required?

Opt. 01

Internal Preamp, 10 MHz to 3 GHz

All

HW

Yes

Opt. 02

1 GB Memory, Frequency Mask Trigger for S/N

S/N ≥ B020212 (RSA6106A)

S/N ≥ B020603 (RSA6114A)

All RSA6120

SW

No

Opt. 2L

1 GB Memory, Frequency Mask Trigger for S/N

S/N < B020212 (RSA6106A)

S/N < B020603 (RSA6114A)

HW

No

Opt. 05

Digital IQ Output and 500 MHz Analog IF Output

All

HW

No

Opt. 06

80 GB Removable HDD. This removes the internal HDD, and is not compatible with Opt. 07

All

HW

No

Opt. 07

CD R/W, DVD-R. Includes internal HDD, and is not compatible with Opt. 06

All

HW

No

Opt. 10

AM/FM/PM Modulation and Audio Measurements

All

SW

No

Opt. 11

Phase Noise and Jitter Measurements

All

SW

No

Opt. 12

Settling Time Measurements (Frequency and Phase)

All

SW

No

Opt. 20

Advanced Signal Analysis (including pulse measurements)

All

SW

No

Opt. 21

General Purpose Digital Modulation Analysis

All

SW

No

Opt. 22

Flexible OFDM

All

SW

No

Opt. 110

110 MHz Real-time Acquisition BW

All S/N ≥ B02xxxx

SW

No

Opt. 110L

110 MHz Real-time Acquisition BW

All S/N B01xxxx

HW

Yes

Opt. 200

Advanced Triggers and Swept DPX (Tektronix installation recommended, add Opt. IF)

All

HW

No

Opt. IF

Installation Labor for all purchased options

All

Opt. IFC

Installation Labor + Calibration

All

Languages

Option

Description

Opt. L0

English Manual

Opt. L5

Japanese Manual

Opt. L7

Simplified Chinese Manual

Opt. L10

Russian Manual

 

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