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RSA306B USB Real Time Spectrum Analyzer Datasheet

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The RSA306B uses your PC and Tektronix SignalVu-PC™ RF Signal Analysis Software to provide real time spectrum analysis, streaming capture and deep signal analysis capabilities for signals from 9 kHz to 6.2 GHz, all in a low-cost, highly portable package that is ideal for field, factory, or academic use.

Key performance specifications
  • 9 kHz to 6.2 GHz frequency range covers a broad range of analysis needs
  • +20 dBm to -160 dBm measurement range
  • Mil-Std 28800 Class 2 environmental, shock and vibration specifications for use in harsh conditions
  • Fast sweeps (2 per second) over entire 6.2 GHz span for quick detection of unknown signals
  • Acquisition bandwidth of 40 MHz enables wideband vector analysis of modern standards
  • Minimum signal duration as short as 27 μsec captured with 100% probability of intercept
Key features
  • Full-featured spectrum analysis capability with included Tektronix SignalVu-PC™ software
  • 17 spectrum and signal analysis measurement displays enable dozens of measurement types
  • Options for mapping, modulation analysis, WLAN, LTE, and Bluetooth standards support, pulse measurements, playback of recorded files, signal survey, and frequency/phase settling
  • DataVu-PC software enables multi-unit recording in variable bandwidths
  • Real time Spectrum/Spectrogram display to minimize time spent on transient and interference hunting
  • Application programming interface (API) included for Microsoft Windows environments
  • MATLAB instrument driver for use with Instrument Control Toolbox
  • Streaming capture records long-term events
  • Three year warranty
Applications
  • Academics/education
  • Maintenance, installation and repair in the factory or field
  • Value-conscious design and manufacturing
  • Interference hunting

The RSA306B: a new class of instrument

The RSA306B offers full-featured spectrum analysis and deep signal analysis at a price unmatched by any previous offering. Using the latest in commercial interfaces and available computing power, the RSA306B separates signal acquisition from measurement, dramatically lowering the cost of instrument hardware. Data analysis, storage and replay is performed on your personal computer, tablet or laptop. Managing the PC separately from the acquisition hardware makes computer upgrades easy, and minimizes IT management issues.

SignalVu-PC™ software and an API for deep analysis and fast programmatic interaction

The RSA306B operates with SignalVu-PC, a powerful program that is the basis of Tektronix performance signal analyzers. SignalVu-PC offers a deep analysis capability previously unavailable in value-priced solutions. Real-time processing of the DPX spectrum/spectrogram is enabled in your PC, further reducing the cost of hardware. Customers who need programmatic access to the instrument can choose either the SignalVu-PC programmatic interface or use the included application programming interface (API) that provides a rich set of commands and measurements. A MATLAB driver for the API is available, enabling operation with MATLAB and the Instrument Control Toolbox.

DataVu-PC for multi-instrument recording and analysis of large recordings

DataVu-PC software can control two spectrum analyzers simultaneously with independent settings. This allows you to monitor a wide span, while recording at up to 40 MHz bandwidth at any frequency in the range of the instrument. Once recorded, DataVu-PC can find and mark signals of interest based on amplitude and frequency-mask characteristics, eliminating the need for manual inspection of long recordings. Pulse measurements are available on up to 2,000,000 pulses.

Measurements included in SignalVu-PC base version

Basic functionality of the free SignalVu-PC program is far from basic. The table below summarizes the measurements included in the free SignalVu-PC software.

General signal analysis
Spectrum analyzer Spans from 1 kHz to 6.2 GHz
Three traces plus math and spectrogram trace
Five markers with power, relative power, integrated power, power density and dBc/Hz functions
DPX Spectrum/Spectrogram Real time display of spectrum with 100% probability of intercept of 27 μsec signals in up to 40 MHz span
Amplitude, frequency, phase vs. time, 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 with a 2-D or 3-D waterfall display
AM/FM listening Hear, and record to file, FM and AM signals
Analog modulation analysis
AM, FM, PM analysis Measures key AM, FM, PM parameters
RF measurements
Spurious measurement User-defined limit lines and regions provide automatic spectrum violation testing across the entire range of the instrument; Four traces can be saved and recalled; CISPR Quasi-Peak and Average detectors available with option SVQP
Spectrum emission mask User-defined or standards-specific masks
Occupied Bandwidth Measures 99% power, -xdB down points
Channel Power and ACLR Variable channel and adjacent/alternate channel parameters
MCPR Sophisticated, flexible multi-channel power measurements
CCDF Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function plots the statistical variations in signal level

The RSA306B with SignalVu-PC offers basic and advanced measurements for field and lab

See what you've never seen before: The 40 MHz real time bandwidth of the RSA306B combined with the processing power of SignalVu-PC shows you every signal, even down to 27 μs in duration when a high performance PC is used. The following image shows a WLAN transmission (green and orange), and the narrow signals that repeat across the screen are a Bluetooth access probe. The spectrogram (upper part of the screen) clearly separates these signals in time to show any signal collisions.


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Monitoring has never been easier. Spectrum mask testing captures detail of transients found in the frequency domain, such as intermittent interference. Mask testing can be set to stop acquisition, save acquisition, save a picture, and send an audible alert. The following image shows a spectrum mask (in orange on the spectrum display) created to monitor a band of frequencies for violations. A single transient of 125 μs duration has occurred that violated the mask, with the violation shown in red. The transient is clearly seen on the spectrogram above the red violation area (circled).


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EMI pre-compliance and diagnostic measurements are easy with the RSA306B and SignalVu-PC. Transducer, antenna, preamplifier, and cable gain/loss can be entered and stored in correction files, and the standard spurious measurement feature of SignalVu-PC can be used to establish limit lines for your test. The following illustration shows a test from 30MHz to 960 MHz against the FCC Part 15 Class A limit shown shaded. The blue trace is the capture of Ambient. Violations are recorded in the results table below the graph. CISPR quasi peak and average detectors can be added with option SVQP.

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Analysis of AM and FM signals is standard in SignalVu-PC. The following screen shot shows a 1 kHz tone amplitude modulating a carrier to 48.9% total AM. Markers are used on the spectrum display to measure the modulation sideband at 1 kHz offset, 12.28 dB down from the carrier. The same signal is simultaneously viewed in the modulation display, showing AM versus time, with +Peak, -Peak and Total AM measurements. Advanced measurements for analog audio modulation including SINAD, THD and modulation rate are available in Option SVA.


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SignalVu-PC application-specific licenses

SignalVu-PC offers a wealth of application-oriented measurement and analysis licenses including:

  • General-purpose modulation analysis (27 modulation types including 16/32/64/256 QAM, QPSK, O-QPSK, GMSK, FSK, APSK)
  • EMC/EMI analysis with CISPR peak, quasi-peak, and average detectors
  • P25 analysis of phase I and phase 2 signals
  • WLAN analysis of 802.11a/b/g/j/p, 802.11n, 802.11ac
  • LTE™ FDD and TDD Base Station (eNB) Cell ID & RF measurements
  • Bluetooth® analysis of Basic Rate, Low Energy, and Bluetooth 5. Some support of Enhanced Data Rate
  • Mapping and signal strength
  • Pulse analysis
  • AM/FM/PM/Direct Audio Measurement including SINAD, THD
  • Playback of recorded files, including complete analysis in all domains
  • Signal Classification and Survey

Modulation analysis application SVM enables multiple displays of modulation quality. The following screen shot shows the standard Channel Power/ACLR measurement combined with a constellation display and vector signal quality measurements on a QPSK signal.


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SignalVu-PC application SV26 enables quick, standards-based transmitter health checks on APCO P25 signals. The following image shows a Phase II signal being monitored for anomalies with the spectrum analyzer while performing transmitter power, modulation and frequency measurements.


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Sophisticated WLAN measurements are easy. On the 802.11g signal shown below, the spectrogram shows the initial pilot sequence followed by the main signal burst. The modulation is automatically detected as 64 QAM for the packet and displayed as a constellation. The data summary indicates an EVM of -33.24 dB RMS, and burst power is measured at 10.35 dBm. SignalVu-PC applications are available for 802.11a/b/j/g/p, 802.11n and 802.11ac to 40 MHz bandwidth.


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Two new options have been added to help with Bluetooth SIG standard-base transmitter RF measurements in the time, frequency and modulation domains. Option SV27 supports Basic Rate and Low Energy Transmitter measurements defined by RF.TS.4.2.0 and RF-PHY.TS.4.2.0 Test Specification. It also demodulates and provides symbol information for Enhanced Data Rate packets. Option SV31 supports Bluetooth 5 standards (LE 1M, LE 2M, LE Coded) and measurements defined in the Core Specification. Both options also decode the physical layer data that is transmitted and color-encode the fields of packet in the Symbol Table for clear identification.

Pass/Fail results are provided with customizable limits. Measurement below shows deviation vs. time, frequency offset and drift and a measurement summary with Pass/Fail results.

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The SignalVu-PC MAP application enables interference hunting and location analysis. Locate interference with an azimuth function that lets you draw a line or an arrow on a mapped measurement to indicate the direction your antenna was pointing when you take a measurement. You can also create and display measurement labels.


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Application SV28 enables the following LTE base station transmitter measurements:

  • Cell ID
  • Channel Power
  • Occupied Bandwidth
  • Adjacent Channel Leakage Ratio (ACLR)
  • Spectrum Emission Mask (SEM)
  • Transmitter Off Power for TDD
  • Reference Signal (RS) Power

There are four presets to accelerate pre-compliance testing and determine the Cell ID. These presets are defined as Cell ID, ACLR, SEM, Channel Power and TDD Toff Power. The measurements follow the definition in 3GPP TS Version 12.5 and support all base station categories, including picocells and femtocells. Pass/Fail information is reported and all channel bandwidths are supported.

The Cell ID preset displays the Primary Synchronization Signal (PSS) and the Secondary Synchronization Signal (SSS) in a Constellation diagram. It also provides Frequency Error.

The ACLR preset measures the E-UTRA and the UTRA adjacent channels, with different chip rates for UTRA. ACLR also supports Noise Correction based on the noise measured when there is no input. Both ACLR and SEM will operate in swept mode (default) or in faster single acquisition (real-time) when the measurement bandwidth required is less than 40 MHz.


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The signal classification application (SV54) enables expert systems guidance to aid the user in classifying signals. It provides graphical tools that allow you to quickly create a spectral region of interest, enabling you to classify and sort signals efficiently. The spectral profile mask, when overlaid on top of a trace, provides signal shape guidance, while frequency, bandwidth, channel number, and location are displayed allowing for quick checks. WLAN, GSM, W-CDMA, CDMA, Bluetooth standard and enhanced data rate, LTE FDD and TDD, and ATSC signals can be quickly and simply classified. Databases can be imported from your H500/RSA2500 signal database library for easy transition to the new software base.

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Above is a typical signal survey. This survey is of a portion of the TV broadcast band, and 7 regions have been declared as either Permitted, Unknown, or Unauthorized, as indicated by the color bars for each region.

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In this illustration, a single region has been selected. Since we have declared this to be an ATSC video signal, the spectrum mask for the ATSC signal is shown overlaid in the region. The signal is a close match to the spectrum mask, including the vestigial carrier at the lower side of the signal, characteristic of ATSC broadcasts.

SignalVu-PC with mapping can be used to manually indicate the azimuth of a measurement made in the field, greatly aiding in triangulation efforts. The addition of a smart antenna able to report its direction to SignalVu-PC automates this process. Automatically plotting the azimuth/bearing of a measurement during interference hunting can greatly speed the time spent searching for the source of interference. Tektronix offers the Alaris DF-A0047 handheld direction finding antenna with frequency coverage from 20 MHz -8.5 GHz (optional 9 kHz-20 MHz) as part of a complete interference hunting solution. Azimuth information and the selected measurement is automatically recorded on the SignalVu-PC Map just by releasing the control button on the antenna. Full specifications for the DF-A0047 antenna are available in a separate antenna datasheet available on www.Tektronix.com.

Playback of recorded signals can reduce hours of watching and waiting for a spectral violation to minutes at your desk reviewing recorded data. Recording length is limited only by storage media size and recording is a basic feature included in SignalVu-PC. SignalVu-PC application SV56 Playback allows for complete analysis by all SignalVu-PC measurements, including DPX Spectrogram. Minimum signal duration specifications are maintained during playback. AM/FM audio demodulation can be performed. Variable span, resolution bandwidth, analysis length, and bandwidth are all available. Frequency mask testing can be performed on recorded signals up to 40 MHz in span, with actions on mask violation including beep, stop, save trace, save picture, and save data. Portions of the playback can be selected and looped for repeat examination of signals of interest. Playback can be skip-free, or time gaps can be inserted to reduce review time. A Live Rate playback ensures fidelity of AM/FM demodulation and provides a 1:1 playback vs. actual time. Clock time of the recording is displayed in the spectrogram markers for correlation to real world events. In the illustration below, the FM band is being replayed, with a mask applied to detect spectral violations, simultaneous with listening to the FM signal at the center frequency of 92.3 MHz.

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DataVu-PC for multi-instrument recording and analysis of large recordings

DataVu-PC software can control two spectrum analyzers simultaneously with independent settings. This allows you to monitor a wide span, while recording at up to 40 MHz bandwidth at any frequency in the range of the instrument. Once recorded, DataVu-PC can find and mark signals of interest based on amplitude and frequency-mask characteristics, eliminating the need for manual inspection of long recordings. Pulse measurements are available on up to 2,000,000 pulses.

Instrument controller for USB spectrum analyzers

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Tektronix offers the Panasonic FZ-G1 tablet computer as an option to the RSA306B and as a standalone unit. When purchased from Tektronix, the FZ-G1 is configured with the specifications shown below. The tablet configured for Tektronix has many options and capabilities not present in the base FZ-G1 sold by Panasonic.

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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.

Key specifications of the instrument controller

  • Windows 10 operating system (Win8 Pro COA)
  • Intel® Core 6300U 2.40 GHz Processor (TBD in China)
  • 8GB RAM 256 GB
  • 256 GB Solid State Drive
  • 10.1" (25.6 cm) Daylight-readable screen
  • 10-point Multi Touch+ Digitizer screen plus included pen interface
  • USB 3.0 + HDMI Ports, 2nd USB Port
  • Wi-Fi, Bluetooth® and 4G LTE Multi Carrier Mobile Broadband with Satellite GPS
  • MIL-STD-810G certified (4' drop, shock, vibration, rain, dust, sand, altitude, freeze/thaw, high/low temperature, temperature shock, humidity, explosive atmosphere)
  • IP65 certified sealed all-weather design
  • Integrated microphone
  • Integrated speaker
  • On-screen and button volume and mute controls
  • Integrated battery backup for hot-swap of battery packs
  • 3-year Warranty with Business Class Support (provided by Panasonic in your region)

Specifications

All specifications are guaranteed unless noted otherwise.

Frequency
RF input frequency range
9 kHz to 6.2 GHz
Frequency reference accuracy
Initial accuracy at calibration

±3 ppm + aging (after 20 minute warmup at 18 °C to 28 °C ambient)

Accuracy, typical

±20 ppm + aging (after 20 minute warm up at -10 °C to 55 °C ambient)

Aging, typical

± 3 x 10-6(1styear), ±1 x 10-6/year thereafter

External frequency reference input
Input frequency range
10 MHz ±10 Hz
Input level range
-10 dBm to +10 dBm sinusoid
Impedance
50 Ω
Center frequency resolution
Block IQ samples
1 Hz
Streamed ADC samples
500 kHz
Amplitude
RF input impedance
50 Ω
RF input VSWR (typical)

≤ 1.8:1 (10 MHz to 6200 MHz, reference level ≥ +10 dBm)

(Equivalent Return Loss: ≥11 dB)

Maximum RF input level without damage
DC voltage
±40 VDC
Reference level ≥ –10 dBm
+23 dBm (continuous or peak)
Reference level < –10 dBm
+15 dBm (continuous or peak)
Maximum RF input operating level
The maximum level at the RF input for which the instrument will meet its measurement specifications.
Center frequency < 22 MHz (low-frequency path)
+15 dBm
Center frequency ≥22 MHz (RF path)
+20 dBm
Amplitude accuracy at all center frequencies
Center frequency Warranted (18 °C to 28 °C) Typical (95% confidence) (18 °C to 28 °C) Typical (-10 °C to 55 °C)
9 kHz - < 3 GHz ±1.2 dB ±0.8 dB ±1.0 dB
≥ 3 GHz - 6.2 GHz ±1.65 dB ±1.0 dB ±1.5 dB
Reference level +20 dBm to -30 dBm, alignment run prior to testing.

Applies to corrected IQ data, with signal to noise ratios > 40 dB.

The above specifications apply when operated and stored at the average factory calibration absolute humidity conditions (8 grams of water per cubic meter of air). Additional humidity specifications are provided in the Specifications and Performance Verification Technical Reference.

Intermediate frequency and acquisition system
IF bandwidth
40 MHz
ADC sample rate and bit width
112 Ms/s, 14 bits
Real-time IF acquisition data (uncorrected)
112 Ms/s, 16-bit integer real samples

40 MHz BW, 28 ±0.25 MHz Digital IF, uncorrected. Corrected values are stored with saved files

Block streaming data at an average rate of 224 MB/s

Block baseband acquisition data (corrected)
Maximum acquisition time
1 second
Bandwidths
≤ 40 /( 2N) MHz, 0 Hz Digital IF, N ≥ 0 
Sample rates
≤ 56 / (2N) Msps, 32-bit float complex samples, N ≥ 0 
Channel amplitude flatness

Reference level +20 dBm to -30 dBm, alignment run before testing. Applies to corrected IQ data, with signal to noise ratios >40 dB.

Center frequency range Warranted Typical
 18 ⁰C to 28 ⁰C 
24 MHz to 6.2 GHz ±1.0 dB ±0.4 dB
22 MHz to 24 MHz ±1.2 dB ±1.0 dB
 -10 ⁰C to 55 ⁰C 
24 MHz to 6.2 GHz --- ±0.5 dB
22 MHz to 24 MHz --- ±2.5 dB
Trigger
Trigger/sync input
Voltage range
TTL, 0.0 V – 5.0 V
Trigger level, positive-going threshold voltage
1.6 V minimum; 2.1 V maximum
Trigger level, negative-going threshold voltage
1.0 V minimum; 1.35 V maximum
Impedance
10 kΩ
IF power trigger
Threshold range
0 dB to -50 dB from reference level, for trigger levels > 30 dB above the noise floor
Type
Rising or falling edge
Trigger re-arm time

≤100 μs

Noise and distortion
Displayed Average Noise Level (DANL)
Reference level = -50 dBm, input terminated with 50 Ω load, log-average detection (10 averages). SignalVu-PC Spectrum measurements with Span > 40 MHz may use LF or RF path in the first segment of the spectrum sweep.
Center frequency Frequency range DANL (dBm/Hz) DANL (dBm/Hz), typical
< 22 MHz (LF path) 100 kHz - 42 MHz ≤-130  -133 
≥ 22 MHz (RF path) 2 MHz - <5 MHz ≤-145  ≤-148 
5 MHz - <1.0 GHz ≤-161  ≤-163 
1.0 GHz - <1.5 GHz ≤-160  ≤-162 
1.5 GHz - <2.5 GHz ≤-157  ≤-159 
2.5 GHz - <3.5 GHz ≤-154  ≤-156 
3.5 GHz - <4.5 GHz ≤-152  ≤-155 
4.5 GHz - 6.2 GHz ≤-149  ≤-151 
Phase noise
Phase noise measured with 1 GHz CW signal at 0 dBm

The following table entries are in dBc/Hz units

 Center frequency
Offset 1 GHz 10 MHz (typical) 1 GHz (typical) 2.5 GHz (typical) 6 GHz (typical)
1 kHz ≤-84  ≤-115  ≤-89  ≤-78  ≤-83 
10 kHz ≤-84  ≤-122  ≤-87  ≤-84  ≤-85 
100 kHz ≤-88  ≤-126  ≤-93  ≤-92  ≤-95 
1 MHz ≤-118  ≤-127  ≤-120  ≤-114  ≤-110 
Residual spurious response
(Reference level ≤ -50 dBm, RF input terminated with 50 Ω load)
CF range 9 kHz - < 1 GHz
< -100 dBm
CF range 1 GHz - < 3 GHz
< -95 dBm
CF range 3 GHz - 6.2 GHz
< -90 dBm
With these exceptions for LO related spurs
< -80 dBm: 2080-2120 MHz
< -80 dBm: 3895-3945 MHz
< -85 dBm: 4780-4810 MHz
Residual FM
< 10 HzP-P (95% confidence)
3RD order IM distortion
Two CW signals, 1 MHz separation, each input signal level 5 dB below the reference level setting at the RF input

Reference level at-15 dBm disables Preamp; reference level at -30 dBm enables Preamp

Center frequency 2130 MHz
≤ -63 dBc at reference level -15 dBm, 18 ⁰C to 28 ⁰C

≤ -63 dBc, at reference level -15 dBm, -10 ⁰C to 55 ⁰C, typical

≤ -63 dBc, at reference level -30 dBm, typical

40 MHz to 6.2 GHz, typical
< -58 dBc at reference level = -10 dBm

< -50 dBc at reference level = -50 dBm

3RD order intercept (TOI)
Center frequency 2130 MHz
≥ +13 dBm at reference level -15 dBm, 18 ⁰C to 28 ⁰C

≥ +13 dBm, at reference level -15 dBm, -10 ⁰C to 55 ⁰C, typical

≥ -2 dBm, at reference level -30 dBm, typical

40 MHz to 6.2 GHz, typical
+14 dBm at reference level -10 dBm

-30 dBm at reference level -50 dBm

2ND harmonic distortion, typical
< -55 dBc, 10 MHz to 300 MHz, reference level = 0 dBm

< -60 dBc, 300 MHz to 3.1 GHz, reference level = 0 dBm

< -50 dBc, 10 MHz to 3.1 GHz, reference level = -40 dBm

Exception: < -45 dBc in the range 1850-2330 MHz

2ND harmonic intercept (SHI)
+55 dBm, 10 MHz to 300 MHz, reference level = 0 dBm

+60 dBm, 300 MHz to 3.1 GHz, reference level = 0 dBm

+10 dBm, 10 MHz to 3.1 GHz, reference level = -40 dBm (Exception: +5 dBm in the range 1850-2330 MHz)

Input related spurious response (SFDR)
Input frequencies at ≤ 6.2 GHz and 18 - 28 ºC
Level Center frequency range
Spurious responses due to the following mechanisms: RFx2*LO1, 2RFx2*LO1, RFx3LO1, RFx5LO1, RF to IF feedthrough, IF2 image
≤ -60 dBc ≤ 6200 MHz
Spurious responses due to 1st IF images (RFxLO1)
≤ -60 dBc < 2700 MHz
≤ -50 dBc 2700 - 6200 MHz

With these exceptions at ≤ 6.2 GHz and 18 - 28 ºC, typical
Type Level Center frequency range
IF feedthrough ≤ -45 dBc 1850 - 2700 MHz
1st IF image ≤ -55 dBc 1850 - 1870 MHz
≤ -35 dBc 3700 - 3882 MHz
≤ -35 dBc 5400 - 5700 MHz
2nd IF image ≤ -50 dBc 22 - 1850 MHz
≤ -50 dBc 4175 - 4225 MHz
RFx2LO ≤ -50 dBc 4750 - 4810 MHz
2RFx2LO ≤ -50 dBc 3900 - 3840 MHz
RFx3LO ≤ -45 dBc 4175 - 4225 MHz

Spurious responses due to ADC images at 18 - 28 ºC
Level Center frequency range
≤ -60 dBc Offset from center frequency > 56 MHz
≤ -50 dBc 56 MHz ≥ offset from center frequency ≥ 36 MHz
Local oscillator feedthrough to input connector
< -75 dBm at reference level = -30 dBm
Audio output
Audio output (from SignalVu-PC or application programming interface)
Types
AM, FM
IF bandwidth range
Five selections, 8 kHz – 200 kHz
Audio output frequency range
50 Hz – 10 kHz
PC audio output
16 bits at 32 ks/s
Audio file output format
.wav format, 16 bit, 32 ks/s
SignalVu-PC base performance summary
SignalVu-PC/RSA306B key characteristics
Maximum span
40 MHz real-time

9 kHz - 6.2 GHz swept

Maximum acquisition time
2.0 s
Minimum IQ resolution
17.9 ns (acquisition BW = 40 MHz)
Tuning Tables

Tables that present frequency selection in the form of standards-based channels are available for the following.

Cellular standards families: AMPS, NADC, NMT-450, PDC, GSM, CDMA, CDMA-2000, 1xEV-DO WCDMA, TD-SCDMA, LTE, WiMax

Unlicensed short range: 802.11a/b/j/g/p/n/ac, Bluetooth

Cordless phone: DECT, PHS

Broadcast: AM, FM, ATSC, DVBT/H, NTSC

Mobile radio, pagers, other: GMRS/FRS, iDEN, FLEX, P25, PWT, SMR, WiMax

Signal Strength display
Signal strength indicator
Located at right side of display
Measurement bandwidth
Up to 40 MHz, dependent on span and RBW setting
Tone type

Variable frequency based on received signal strength

Spectrum and Spurious display
Traces
Three traces + 1 math trace + 1 trace from spectrogram for Spectrum display; four traces for Spurious display
Trace functions
Normal, Average (VRMS), Max Hold, Min Hold, Average of Logs
Detector
Average (VRMS), Average (of logs), CISPR peak, +Peak, Sample for Spectrum only -Peak; when Option SVQP is enabled, CISPR Quasi Peak and Average
Spectrum trace length
801, 2401, 4001, 8001,10401, 16001, 32001, and 64001 points
RBW range
1.18 Hz to 8 MHz for Spectrum display
DPX spectrum display
Spectrum processing rate (RBW = auto, trace length 801)

≤10,000 spectrums per second (span independent)

DPX bitmap resolution
201 pixels vertical x 801 pixels horizontal
DPX Spectrogram minimum time resolution1
1 ms

≤10,000 per second (span independent)

Marker information
Amplitude, frequency, signal density
Minimum signal duration for 100% probability of intercept (POI), typical 1
Minimum signal duration for 100% POI Test controller
27  Dell Desktop (Windows® 10 Enterprise, Intel® Core™ i7-4790 CPU, 3.6GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD)
34  Dell Desktop (Windows® 7 Enterprise, Intel® Core™ i7-2600 CPU, 3.4GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD)
36  Dell Desktop Latitude E6430 (Windows® 10 Enterprise, Intel® Core™ i7-3520M CPU, 2.9GHz, 8GB RAM, 750GB HD)
35  Dell Laptop Precision M4700 (Windows® 8 Enterprise, Intel® Core™ i7-3520M CPU, 2.9GHz, 8GB RAM, 750GB HD)
37  Panasonic ToughPad SAPL-TP-04 (Windows® 7 Pro, Intel® Core™ i5-5300U CPU, 2.3GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD)

DPX settings: Span=40 MHz, RBW=300 kHz (Auto)

Span range (continuous processing)
1 kHz to 40 MHz
Span range (swept)
Up to maximum frequency range of instrument
Dwell time per step
5 ms to 100 s
Trace processing
Color-graded bitmap, +Peak, -Peak, average
Trace length
801, 2401, 4001, 10401 
RBW range
1 kHz to 4.99 MHz

1Due to the non-deterministic execution time of programs running under the Microsoft Windows™ OS, this specification may not be met when the host PC is heavily loaded with other processing tasks.

Full span sweep speed
1 MHz
16.5 GHz/sec
100 kHz
16.5 GHz/sec
10 kHz
13.7 GHz/sec
1 kHz
1.9 GHz/sec
Related information:
Measured using a Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1, Intel® Core™ i5-5300U 2.3GHz Processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Windows®7 Pro. Spectrum display only measurement on screen.
DPX spectrogram display
Trace detection
+Peak, -Peak, Average(VRMS)
Trace length, memory depth
801 (60,000 traces)

2401 (20,000 traces)

4001 (12,000 traces)

Time resolution per line
1 ms to 6400 s, user selectable
Analog modulation analysis (standard)
AM demodulation accuracy, typical
±2%

0 dBm input at center, carrier frequency 1 GHz, 1 kHz/5 kHz input/modulated frequency, 10% to 60% modulation depth

0 dBm input power level, reference level = 10 dBm

FM demodulation accuracy, typical

±3%

0 dBm input at center, carrier frequency 1 GHz, 400 Hz/1 kHz input/modulated frequency

0 dBm input power level, reference level = 10 dBm

PM demodulation accuracy, typical

±1% of measurement bandwidth

0 dBm input at center, carrier frequency 1 GHz, 1 kHz/5 kHz input/modulated frequency

0 dBm input power level, reference level = 10 dBm

SignalVu-PC application licenses
AM/FM/PM and direct audio measurement (SVAxx-SVPC)
Carrier frequency range (for modulation and audio measurements)
(1/2 × audio analysis bandwidth) to maximum input frequency
Maximum audio frequency span
10 MHz
FM measurements (Mod. index >0.1)
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
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
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
Direct 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 audio measurements are limited to >9 kHz by input frequency)
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

Performance characteristics, typical Conditions: Unless otherwise stated, performance is given for:

Modulation rate = 5 kHz

AM depth: 50%

PM deviation 0.628 Radians

 FM AM PM Conditions
Carrier Power accuracy Refer to instrument amplitude accuracy  
Carrier Frequency accuracy ± 7 Hz + (transmitter frequency × ref. freq. error) Refer to instrument frequency accuracy ± 2 Hz + (transmitter frequency × ref. freq. error)  
Depth of Modulation accuracy NA ± 0.5% NA  
Deviation accuracy ± (2% × (rate + deviation)) NA ± 3%  
Rate accuracy ± 0.2 Hz ± 0.2 Hz ± 0.2 Hz  
Residual THD 0.5% 0.5% NA  
Residual SINAD 49 dB
40 dB
56 dB 42 dB  
Pulse measurements (SVPxx-SVPC)
Measurements (nominal)
Pulse-Ogram™ waterfall display of multiple segmented captures, with amplitude vs time and spectrum of each pulse. Pulse frequency, Delta Frequency, 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 (%), Droop (dB), Droop (%), Overshoot (dB), Overshoot (%), Pulse- Ref Pulse frequency difference, Pulse- Ref Pulse phase difference, 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, typical
150 ns
Average ON power at 18 °C to 28 °C, typical

±1.0 dB + absolute amplitude accuracy

For pulses of 300 ns width or greater, duty cycles of .5 to .001, and S/N ratio ≥ 30 dB

Duty factor, typical
±0.2% of reading

For pulses of 450 ns width or greater, duty cycles of .5 to .001, and S/N ratio ≥ 30 dB

Average transmitted power, typical

±1.0 dB + absolute amplitude accuracy

For pulses of 300 ns width or greater, duty cycles of .5 to .001, and S/N ratio ≥ 30 dB

Peak pulse power, typical

±1.5 dB + absolute amplitude accuracy

For pulses of 300 ns width or greater, duty cycles of .5 to .001, and S/N ratio ≥ 30 dB

Pulse width, typical

±0.25% of reading

For pulses of 450 ns width or greater, duty cycles of .5 to .001, and S/N ratio ≥ 30 dB

General purpose digital modulation analysis (SVMxx-SVPC)
Modulation formats
BPSK, QPSK, 8PSK, 16QAM, 32QAM, 64QAM, 128QAM, 256QAM, π/2DBPSK, DQPSK, π/4DQPSK, D8PSK, D16PSK, SBPSK, OQPSK, SOQPSK, 16-APSK, 32-APSK, MSK, GFSK, CPM, 2FSK, 4FSK, 8FSK, 16FSK, C4FM
Analysis period
Up to 163,500 samples
Measurement filter
Root Raised Cosine, Raised Cosine, Gaussian, Rectangular, IS-95 TX_MEA, IS-95 Base TXEQ_MEA, None
Reference Filter
Gaussian, Raised Cosine, Rectangular, IS-95 REF, None
Filter rolloff factor
α:0.001 to 1, in 0.001 steps
Measurements
Constellation, Demod I&Q vs. Time, Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) vs. Time, Eye Diagram, Frequency Deviation vs. Time, Magnitude Error vs. Time, Phase Error vs. Time, Signal Quality, Symbol Table, Trellis Diagram
Maximum symbol rate
240 M symbols/s

Modulated signal must be contained entirely within the acquisition bandwidth

Adaptive equalizer
Linear, Decision-Directed, Feed-Forward (FIR) equalizer with coefficient adaptation and adjustable convergence rate. Supports modulation types BPSK, QPSK, OQPSK, DQPSK, π/2DBPSK, π/4DQPSK, 8PSK, D8SPK, D16PSK, 16/32/64/128/256-QAM, 16/32-APSK
QPSK Residual EVM (center frequency = 2 GHz), typical mean

1.1 % (100 kHz symbol rate)

1.1 % (1 MHz symbol rate)

1.2 % (10 MHz symbol rate)

2.5 % (30 MHz symbol rate)

400 symbols measurement length, 20 Averages, normalization reference = maximum symbol magnitude

256 QAM Residual EVM (center frequency = 2 GHz), typical mean

0.8 % (10 MHz symbol rate)

1.5 % (30 MHz symbol rate)

400 symbols measurement length, 20 Averages, normalization reference = maximum symbol magnitude

WLAN Measurements, 802.11a/b/g/j/p (SV23xx-SVPC)
Measurements
WLAN power vs. time; WLAN symbol table; WLAN constellation; spectrum emission mask; error vector magnitude (EVM) vs. symbol (or time), vs subcarrier (or frequency); mag error vs symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency); phase error vs symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency); channel frequency response vs. symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency); spectral flatness vs. symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency)
Residual EVM - 802.11a/g/j /p (OFDM), 64-QAM, typical

2.4 GHz, 20 MHz BW: -38 dB

5.8 GHz, 20 MHz BW: -38 dB

Input signal level optimized for best EVM, average of 20 bursts, ≥16 symbols each

Residual EVM - 802.11b, CCK-11, typical

2.4 GHz, 11 Mbps: 2.0 %

Input signal level optimized for best EVM, average of 1,000 chips, BT = .61 

WLAN Measurements 802.11n (SV24xx-SVPC)
Measurements
WLAN power vs. time; WLAN symbol table; WLAN constellation; spectrum emission mask; error vector magnitude (EVM) vs. symbol (or time), vs subcarrier (or frequency); mag error vs symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency); phase error vs symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency); channel frequency response vs. symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency); spectral flatness vs. symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency)
EVM performance - 802.11n, 64-QAM, typical

2.4 GHz, 40 MHz BW: -35 dB

5.8 GHz, 40 MHz BW: -35 dB

Input signal level optimized for best EVM, average of 20 bursts, ≥16 symbols each

WLAN Measurements 802.11ac (SV25xx-SVPC)
Measurements
WLAN power vs. time; WLAN symbol table; WLAN constellation; spectrum emission mask; error vector magnitude (EVM) vs. symbol (or time), vs subcarrier (or frequency); mag error vs symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency); phase error vs symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency); channel frequency response vs. symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency); spectral flatness vs. symbol (or time), vs. subcarrier (or frequency)
EVM performance - 802.11ac, 256-QAM, typical

5.8 GHz, 40 MHz BW : -35 dB

Input signal level optimized for best EVM, average of 20 bursts, ≥16 symbols each

APCO P25 Measurements Application (SV26xx-SVPC)
Measurements
RF output power, operating frequency accuracy, modulation emission spectrum, unwanted emissions spurious, adjacent channel power ratio, frequency deviation, modulation fidelity, frequency error, eye diagram, symbol table, symbol rate accuracy, transmitter power and encoder attack time, transmitter throughput delay, frequency deviation vs. time, power vs. time, transient frequency behavior, HCPM transmitter logical channel peak adjacent channel power ratio, HCPM transmitter logical channel off slot power, HCPM transmitter logical channel power envelope, HCPM transmitter logical channel time alignment, cross-correlated markers
Modulation fidelity, typical

C4FM = 1.3%

HCPM = 0.8%

HDQPSK = 2.5%

Input signal level is optimized for best modulation fidelity.

Bluetooth Measurements Application (SV27xx-SVPC and SV31xx-SVPC)
Supported standards

Bluetooth® 4.2 Basic Rate, Bluetooth® 4.2 Low Energy, Bluetooth® 4.2 Enhanced Data Rate. Bluetooth® 5 when SV31 is enabled.

Measurements
Peak Power, Average Power, Adjacent Channel Power or InBand Emission mask, -20 dB Bandwidth, Frequency Error, Modulation Characteristics including ΔF1avg (11110000), ΔF2avg (10101010), ΔF2 > 115 kHz, ΔF2/ΔF1 ratio, frequency deviation vs. time with packet and octet level measurement information, Carrier Frequency f0, Frequency Offset (Preamble and Payload), Max Frequency Offset, Frequency Drift f1-f0, Max Drift Rate fn-f0 and fn-fn-5, Center Frequency Offset Table and Frequency Drift table, color-coded Symbol table, Packet header decoding information, eye diagram, constellation diagram
Output power (BR and LE), typical mean

Supported measurements: Average power, peak power

Level uncertainty: refer to instrument amplitude and flatness specification

Measurement range: signal level > –70 dBm

Modulation characteristics, typical mean

Supported measurements: ΔF1avg, ΔF2avg, ΔF2avg/ ΔF1avg, ΔF2max%>=115kHz (basic rate), ΔF2max%>=115kHz (low energy)

Deviation range: ±280 kHz

Deviation uncertainty (at 0 dBm):

2 kHz + instrument frequency uncertainty (basic rate)

3 kHz + instrument frequency uncertainty (low energy)

Measurement range: Nominal channel frequency ±100 kHz

Initial Carrier Frequency Tolerance (ICFT) (BR and LE), typical mean

Measurement uncertainty (at 0 dBm): <1 kHz1+ instrument frequency uncertainty

Measurement range: Nominal channel frequency ±100 kHz

Carrier Frequency Drift (BR and LE), typical mean

Supported measurements: Max freq. offset, drift f1- f0, max drift fn-f0, max drift fn-fn-5(BR and LE 50 μs)

Measurement uncertainty: <2 kHz + instrument frequency uncertainty

Measurement range: Nominal channel frequency ±100 kHz

In-band emissions (ACPR) (BR and LE)

Level uncertainty: refer to instrument amplitude and flatness specification

1At nominal power level of 0 dBm

LTE Downlink RF measurements (SV28xx-SVPC)
Standard Supported

3GPP TS 36.141 Version 12.5 

Frame Format supported

FDD and TDD

Measurements and Displays Supported
Adjacent Channel Leakage Ratio (ACLR), Spectrum Emission Mask (SEM), Channel Power, Occupied Bandwidth, Power vs. Time showing Transmitter OFF power for TDD signals and LTE constellation diagram for Primary Synchronization Signal and Secondary Synchronization Signal with Cell ID, Group ID, Sector ID, RS (Reference Signal) Power and Frequency Error.
ACLR with E-UTRA bands (typical, with noise correction)

1st Adjacent Channel 65 dB

2nd Adjacent Channel 66 dB

Mapping (MAPxx-SVPC)
Supported map types
Pitney Bowes MapInfo (*.mif), Bitmap (*.bmp), Open Street Maps (.osm)
Saved measurement results
Measurement data files (exported results)
Map file used for the measurements
Google Earth KMZ file
Recallable results files (trace and setup files)
MapInfo-compatible MIF/MID files
Playback of recorded signals (SV56)
Playback file type

R3F recorded by RSA306, RSA500, or RSA600

Recorded file bandwidth
40 MHz
File playback controls
General: Play, stop, exit playback

Location: Begin/end points of playback settable from 0-100%

Skip: Defined skip size from 73 μs up to 99% of file size

Live rate: Plays back at 1:1 rate to recording time

Loop control: Play once, or loop continuously

Memory requirement
Recording of signals requires storage with write rates of 300 MB/sec. Playback of recorded files at live rates requires storage with read rates of 300 MB/sec.
Inputs, outputs, inferfaces, power consumption
RF input
Type N, female
External frequency reference input
SMA, female
Trigger/sync input
SMA, female
Status indicator
LED, dual color red/green
USB device port
USB 3.0 - Micro-B, can mate with locking thumbscrews
Power consumption
Per USB 3.0 SuperSpeed requirements: 5.0 V, ≤ 900 mA (nominal)
Physical characteristics
Dimensions
Height
31.9 mm (1.25 in)
Width
190.5 mm (7.5 in)
Depth
139.7 mm (5.5 in)
Weight
0.75 kg (1.65 lbs)
Regulatory
Safety
UL61010-1, CAN/CSA-22.2 No.61010-1, EN61010-1, IEC61010-1 
Regional certifications
Europe: EN61326

Australia/New Zealand: AS/NZS 2064 

EMC emissions
EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3, EN61326-2-1 
EMC immunity
EN61326–1/2, IEC61000-4-2/3/4/5/6/8/11 
Environmental performance
Temperature
Operating
-10 °C to +55 °C (+14 °F to +131 °F)
Nonoperating
-51 °C to +71 °C (-60 °F to +160 °F)
Humidity (operating)
5% to 75% ±5% relative humidity (RH) from +30 °C to +40 °C (+86 °F to 104 °F)

5% to 45% RH above +40 °C to +55 °C (+86 °F to +131 °F)

Altitude
Operating
Up to 9,144 meters (30,000 feet)
Nonoperating
15,240 meters (50,000 feet)
Dynamics
Mechanical shock, operating
Half-sine mechanical shocks, 30 g peak amplitude, 11 μs duration, three drops in each direction of each axis (18 total)
Random vibration, nonoperating
0.030 g2/Hz, 10-500 Hz, 30 minutes per axis, three axes (90 minutes total)
Handling and transit
Bench handling, operating
Per MIL-PRF-28800F Class 2 operating: Rotational-edge-drops of appropriate edges on appropriate sides of the equipment
Transit drop, nonoperating
Per MIL-PRF-28800F Class 2 nonoperating: Transit drops onto six faces and four corners of the equipment, from a height of 30 cm (11.8 in.) for a total of 10 impacts

Ordering information

Models
RSA306B

USB real time spectrum analyzer, 9 kHz - 6.2 GHz, 40 MHz acquisition bandwidth.

The RSA306B requires a PC with Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, or Windows 10, 64-bit operating system. A USB 3.0 connection is required for operation of the RSA306B. 8 GB RAM and 20 GB free drive space is required for installation of SignalVu-PC. For full performance of the real time features of the RSA306B, an Intel Core i7 4th generation processor is required. Processors of lower performance can be used, with reduced real-time performance.

Storage of streaming data requires that the PC be equipped with a drive capable of streaming storage rates of 300 MB/sec.
RSA306B ordering information
SignalVu-PC application-specific licenses
SignalVu-PC-SVE requires the Microsoft Windows 7, 8/8.1, or 10, 64-bit operating system. The base software is free, included with the instrument, and is also available to download from www.tektronix.com/downloads.

In December 2015, the license policy and nomenclature was changed for SignalVu-PC and its options. This will be a gradual change with systems running in parallel for both ordering new capabilities and accessing trial versions of optional licenses.

The legacy system, with SignalVu-PC and its associated options, will continue to be supported in the software, so there is no need to change your current licenses. You will also be able to use the trial options present in the legacy system for several months after the transition.

A variety of optional, licensed applications are available for purchase for SignalVu-PC. These licenses can be associated with and stored on either your PC or any RSA300 series, RSA500 series, RSA600 series, and RSA7100A spectrum analyzers. Licenses can be purchased as an option to your hardware, or separately as a Node-locked or a Floating license.

Contact your local Tektronix Account Manager to purchase a license. If your purchased license is not ordered as an option to your instrument, you will receive an email with a list of the applications purchased and the URL to the Tektronix Product License Web page, where you will create an account and can then manage your licenses using the Tektronix Asset Management System (AMS): http://www.tek.com/products/product-license.

Optional applications are enabled by one of the following license types:

License type Description
Node locked license (NL) purchased as an option to your instrument This license is initially assigned to a specific host id, which can be either a PC or an instrument. It can be reassociated to either a PC or another spectrum analyzer two times using Tek AMS.
When associated with an instrument, this license is factory-installed on that instrument at the time of manufacture. It will be recognized by any PC operating with SignalVu-PC when the instrument is connected. However, the licensed application is deactivated from the PC if the licensed instrument is disconnected.
This is the most common form of licensing, as it simplifies management of your applications.
Node locked license (NL) purchased separately This license is initially assigned to a specific host id, which can be either a PC or an instrument. It can be reassociated to either a PC or another spectrum analyzer two times using Tek AMS.
This license is delivered via email and is associated with either your PC or with an instrument when you install the license.
This license should be purchased when you want your license to stay on your PC, or if you have an existing USB instrument on which you would like to install a license.
Floating license (FL) purchased separately This license can be moved between different host ids, which can be either PCs or instruments. It can be reassociated to either a PC or another spectrum analyzer two times using Tek AMS.
This license is delivered via email and is associated with either your PC or with an instrument when you install the license.
This is the most flexible license and is recommended in applications where the license needs to be moved frequently.

The following SignalVu-PC application licenses are available and add functionality and value to your measurement solution. The new license structure and the old options are shown.

Legacy SignalVu-PC optionNew application licenseLicense typeDescription
SVA SVANL-SVPC Node-locked AM/FM/PM/Direct Audio analysis
SVAFL-SVPC Floating
SVT SVTNL-SVPC Node-locked Settling Time (frequency and phase) measurements
SVTFL-SVPC Floating
SVM SVMNL-SVPC Node-locked General Purpose Modulation analysis to work with analyzer of acquisition bandwidth ≤40 MHz
SVMFL-SVPC Floating
SVP SVPNL-SVPC Node-locked Pulse Analysis to work with analyzer of acquisition bandwidth ≤40 MHz
SVPFL-SVPC Floating
SVO SVONL-SVPC Node-locked Flexible OFD analysis
SVOFL-SVPC Floating
SV23 SV23NL-SVPC Node-locked WLAN 802.11a/b/g/j/p measurement to work with analyzer
SV23FL-SVPC Floating
SV24 SV24NL-SVPC Node-locked WLAN 802.11n measurement (requires SV23)
SV24FL-SVPC Floating
SV25 SV25NL-SVPC Node-locked WLAN 802.11ac measurement to work with analyzer of acquisition bandwidth ≤40 MHz (requires SV23 and SV24)
SV25FL-SVPC Floating
SV26 SV26NL-SVPC Node-locked APCO P25 measurement
SV26FL-SVPC Floating
SV27 SV27NL-SVPC Node-locked Bluetooth® measurement to work with analyzer of acquisition bandwidth ≤40 MHz
SV27FL-SVPC Floating
Not available in legacy license. SV31NL-SVPC Node-locked Bluetooth® 5 measurements (requires SV27)
SV31FL-SVPC Floating
MAP MAPNL-SVPC Node-locked Mapping
MAPFL-SVPC Floating
Not available in legacy license. SV54NL-SVPC Node-locked Signal survey and classification
SV54FL-SVPC Floating
SV56 SV56NL-SVPC Node-locked Playback of recorded files
SV56FL-SVPC Floating
SV60 SV60NL-SVPC Node-locked Return loss, VSWR, cable loss, and distance to fault (requires option 04 on RSA500A/600A)
SV60FL-SVPC Floating
CON CONNL-SVPC Node-locked SignalVu-PC connection to the MDO4000B/C series mixed-domain oscilloscopes
CONFL-SVPC Floating
SV2C SV2CNL-SVPC Node-locked WLAN 802.11a/b/g/j/p/n/ac and live link to MDO4000B to work with analyzer of acquisition bandwidth ≤40 MHz
SV2CFL-SVPC Floating
SV28 SV28NL-SVPC Node-locked LTE Downlink RF measurement to work with analyzer of acquisition bandwidth ≤40 MHz
SV28FL-SVPC Floating
Not available in legacy license. SV30NL-SVPC Node-locked WiGig 802.11ad measurements (only for offline analysis)
SV30FL-SVPC Floating
Not available in legacy license. SVQPNL-SVPC Node-locked EMI CISPR detectors
SVQPFL-SVPC Floating
SignalVu-PCEDU EDUFL-SVPC Floating Education-only version of all modules for SignalVu-PC
FZ-G1 controller ordering information
Standard accessories
174-6796-xx
USB 3.0 locking cable (1 M)
063-4543-xx
SignalVu-PC software, documentation, USB key
071-3323-xx
Printed safety/installation manual (English)
Warranties
RSA306B
3 years
FZ-G1 tablet
3 years with Business Class Support (provided by Panasonic in your region)
Alaris DF-A0047 antenna
1 year (provided by Alaris)
Service options for RSA306B*
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. R3
Repair Service 3 Years (including warranty)
Opt. R5
Repair Service 5 Years (including warranty)

* Not available for Controller options.

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