It weighs just 1.65 pounds, takes little space on your bench, and fits easily in your hand, bag, pocket or tool belt.
|See More with Proprietary DPX Technology
Discover the most difficult, hard-to-find problems with the powerful real-time architecture of the RSA Series. With the advanced DPX® technology, you can see RF characteristics that are practically invisible to a conventional spectrum analyzer.
|Save Time with Quick EMI Pre-Compliance
Ensure that you don't overspend time or money on multiple tests at EMI Compliance houses by running pre-compliance tests in your lab, as early and often as you can.
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|Characterize Your IoT Device
Modulation analysis for WLAN, Bluetooth, LTE, and more enables straightforward design characterization, troubleshooting, and certification.
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|Find, Classify, and Locate Problems in the Field
Mapping, Playback of recorded signals, Signal survey/classification simplify interference hunting and spectrum management.
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|Take Your Spectrum Analyzer Anywhere
At 1.65 pounds, the RSA306B can go anywhere and can be controlled remotely. Certified to Mil-Std 28800 Class 2, the 306B can take the environmental, shock, and vibration conditions.
The RSA306B operates with SignalVu-PC, a powerful program that is the basis of Tektronix performance signal analyzers. The software controls the spectrum analyzer acquisition and updates measurement displays continuously.
The base version ships free with the product; add options for Bluetooth testing, WLAN testing, P25 compliance testing, pulse analysis and modulation analysis to configure the software for your application.
|Amplitude, Frequency, Phase vs Time||Basic vector analysis functions|
|RF I and Q vs. Time||Basic vector analysis functions|
|Time Overview/Navigator||Enables easy setting of acquisition and analysis times for deep analysis in multiple domains|
|Spectrogram||Analyze and re-analyze your signal in 2-D or 3-D waterfall display|
|AM, FM, PM analysis||Measures key AM, FM, PM parameters|
|AM/FM Listening||Hear and record to file FM and AM signals|
|Spurious Measurement||User-defined limit lines and regions provide automatic spectrum violation testing across the entire range of the instrument|
|Spectrum Emission Mask||User-set or standards-specific masks|
|Occupied Bandwidth||Measures 99% power, -xdB down points|
|Channel Power and ACLR||Variable channel and adjacent/alternate channel parameters|
|CCDF||Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function plots the statistical variations in signal level|
|SVM||General Purpose Modulation Analysis|
|SV2C||WLAN 802.11a/b/g/j/p/n/ac measurements (includes options CON, SV23, SV24 and SV25)|
|SV56||Playback of recorded signal files|
|SVA||AM/FM/PM/Direct Audio Analysis|
|SVT||Settling Time (Frequency and Phase) Measurement|
|SVM||General Purpose Modulation Analysis|
|SVP||Advanced Signal Analysis (including pulse measurements)|
|SVO||Flexible OFDM Analysis|
|SV23||WLAN 802.11a/b/g/j/p measurement application|
|SV24||WLAN 802.11n measurement application (requires Opt. SV23)|
|SV25||WLAN 802.11ac measurement application (requires Opt. SV24)|
|MAP||Mapping and Signal Strength (Requires SignalVu-PC SVE)|
|SV26||APCO P25 measurement application|
|SV27||Bluetooth Basic LE TX SIG measurements|
|SV28||LTE downlink (eNB) RF measurements|
Tektronix offers the Panasonic FZ-G1 tablet computer as an option to the RSA500A and as a standalone unit.
When purchased from Tektronix, the FZ-G1 includes pre-loaded SignalVu-PC software, with custom-programmed display settings and front-panel buttons to optimize the SignalVu-PC experience. In addition, Tektronix has tested the FZ-G1 to ensure that the specified real time performance of all USB spectrum analyzers is met with this configuration.
Tektronix offers the Alaris DF-A0047 smart antenna with built-in USB compass for direction finding and interference hunting applications.
|119-6609-xx||Whip antenna, BNC, Wideband untuned, with center of sensitivity approximately 136 MHz, passband 5-1080 MHz. 9 inches length.|
|DF-A0047||Directional antenna, 20-8500 MHz, with electronic compass and preamp|
|DF-A0047-01||Frequency range extension for DF-A0047 directional antenna, 9 kHz-20 MHz|
|DF-A0047-C1||DF-A0047 antenna and DF-A0047-01 extension|
|016-2107-00||Transit case for DF-A0047 and DF-A0047-01|
|119-6594-00||Yagi Antenna, 825-896 MHz
Forward Gain (over half-wave dipole): 10 dB
|119-6595-00||Yagi Antenna, 895-960 MHz
Forward Gain (over half-wave dipole): 10 dB
|119-6596-00||Yagi Antenna, 1710-1880 MHz
Forward Gain (over half-wave dipole): 10.2 dB
|119-6596-00||Yagi Antenna, 1850-1990 MHz
Forward Gain (over half-wave dipole): 9.3 dB
We have a wide variety of RF accessories to make one-stop shopping easily. Listed below are RF cables, adapters, attenuators, filters and other items.
|RSA300TRANSIT||Hard-sided transit case, RSA306/306B real time spectrum analyzer|
|RSA300CASE||Soft carrying case, RSA306/306B real time spectrum analyzer|
|RSA306RACK||Rackmount for the RSA306 or RSA306B, holds 2 units|
|174-6949-00||USB 3.0 locking cable, 0.5 m (half-length compared to USB cable shipped with the unit)|
|013-0410-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm Type-N (f) to Type-N (f)|
|013-0411-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm Type-N (m) to Type-N (f)|
|013-0412-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm, Type-N(m) to Type-N(m)|
|013-0402-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm Type-N (m) to Type-N 7/16(m)|
|013-0404-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm Type-N(m) to Type-7/16 (f)|
|013-0403-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm Type-N(m) to Type DIN 9.5(m)|
|013-0405-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm Type-N(m) to Type-DIN 9.5(f)|
|013-0406-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm Type-N(m) to Type-SMA(f)|
|013-0407-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm Type-N(m) to Type-SMA(m)|
|013-0408-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm Type-N(m) to Type-TNC(f)|
|013-0409-00||Adapter, Coaxial, 50 Ohm Type-N(m) to Type-TNC(m)|
|012-1738-00||CABLE ASSY; COAX,RFD,50 OHM,40INCH,N TYPE,BOTH ENDS,MALE|
|013-0422-00||Pad, 50/75 Ohm, Minimum Loss, Type-N(m) 50 Ohm to Type-BNC(f) 75 Ohm|
|013-0413-00||Pad, 50/75 Ohm, Minimum Loss, Type-N(m) 50 Ohm to Type-BNC(m) 75 Ohm|
|013-0415-00||Pad, 50/75 Ohm, Minimum Loss, Type-N(m) 50 Ohm to Type-F(m) 75 Ohm|
|015-0787-00||Pad, 50/75 Ohm, Minimum Loss, Type-N(m) 50 Ohm to Type-F(f) 75 Ohm|
|015-0788-00||Pad, 50/75 Ohm, Minimum Loss, Type-N(m) 50 Ohm to Type-N(f) 75 Ohm|
|119-7246-xx||Pre-filter, general purpose, 824 to 2500 MHz, Type-N (f) connector|
|119-7426-xx||Pre-filter, general purpose, 2400 to 6200 MHz, Type-N (f) connector|
|011-0227-00||Bias-T, Type N(m) RF, Type N(f) RF+DC, BNC(f) Bias, 1W, 0.5A, 2.5 MHz-6 GHz|
|011-0222-00||Attenuator, Fixed, 10 dB, 2 W, DC-8 GHz, Type-N(f) to Type-N(f)|
|011-0223-00||Attenuator, Fixed, 10 dB, 2 W, DC-8 GHz, Type-N(m) to Type-N(f)|
|011-0224-00||Attenuator, Fixed, 10 dB, 2 W, DC-8 GHz, Type-N(m) to Type-N(m)|
|011-0228-00||Attenuator, Fixed, 3 dB, 2 W, DC-18 GHz, Type-N(m) to Type-N(f)|
|011-0225-00||Attenuator, Fixed, 40 dB, 100 W, DC-3 GHz, Type-N(m) to Type-N(f)|
|011-0226-00||Attenuator, Fixed, 40 dB, 50 W, DC-8.5 GHz, Type-N(m) to Type-N(f)|
Interference Hunting Application Note
This application note is an overview of interference hunting techniques and examples of how to successfully excute them using real-time spectrum analyzers.
TransSiP Breakthrough into Power Conversion Switching Noise
Case study for how TransSiP used the RSA 306 to capture and analyze short time varying transient events.
Testing a New Switch Mode Power Supply Design Poster
This poster gives an overview of key measurements on a new switch mode power supply (SMPS) design, from initial startup, to optimizing switching and magnetic losses, to validating overall performance and getting ready for regulatory compliance.
RSA500A Series vs. Keysight FieldFox Series Competitive Fact Sheet
RSA500A Series vs. R&S FSH Series Competitive Fact Sheet
RSA500A Series vs. Anritsu Spectrum Master Series Competitive Fact Sheet
USB Spectrum Analyzers and SignalVu-PC FAQThis document contains answers to questions about the RSA306/306B, RSA500A and RSA600A USB spectrum analyzers, and their associated SignalVu-PC software.
Trouble-shooting Radio Links in Unlicensed Frequency Bands
Over the past decade there has been a dramatic increase in the population of wireless transmitters found in the world. The “Internet of Things” has fueled demand for low cost, easy to implement chipsets to enable wireless connectivity. Engineers today have a variety of wireless solutions to choose from such as Bluetooth, ZigBee and all the flavors of WiFi (802.11). These chipsets are attractive because they utilize unlicensed radio spectrum and many solutions are available with reference designs which have already achieved regulatory approval.
Speeding Through Wireless StandardsThis Tutorial is designed to help you decide what to include in your test plan so that you ensure the product will pass regulatory certification and standard qualification. This guide will explain why pre-compliance testing for the wireless standard selected is needed.
Don’t Let EMI/EMC Compliance Certification Slow You DownPre-compliance testing is commonly used to catch compliance problems early and improve the probability of a successful first pass of full EMI compliance testing. Today, cost effective test solutions can easily be setup to quickly reduce your time-to-market. This white paper discusses what you will need to setup your own pre- compliance testing capability and useful tools for troubleshooting problems that you may uncover.