XSA1000TG Series LOW Phase Noise Spectrum Analyzer

XSA1000TG Series LOW Phase Noise Spectrum Analyzer

+ Frequency Range from 9 kHz up to 3.6 GHz + 150dBm Displayed Average Noise Level + Phase Noise -82dBc/Hz @1Gz and offset at 10KHz + Total Amplitude Accuracy <1.5dB + 10Hz Minimum Resolution Bandwidth (RBW) + EMI Pre-compliance Test Kit + 1.5 GHz Tracking Generator Kit + 10.4 inches display...

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Product Details

+ Frequency Range from 9 kHz up to 3.6 GHz
+ 150dBm Displayed Average Noise Level
+ Phase Noise -82dBc/Hz @1Gz and offset at 10KHz
+ Total Amplitude Accuracy <1.5dB
+ 10Hz Minimum Resolution Bandwidth (RBW)
+ EMI Pre-compliance Test Kit
+ 1.5 GHz Tracking Generator Kit
+ 10.4 inches display


ModelFrequency RangeRBWPhase Noise (Typical)TG Model
XSA10159kHz - 1.5GHz10Hz - 3MHz<-80dBc/Hz@1GHz
XSA10369kHz - 3.6GHz10Hz - 3MHz<-90 dBc/Hz@30 kHz offset


Phase noise:<-80 dBc/Hz @1 GHz @ 30 KHz offset

Excellent phase noise performance - <-80dBc/Hz @30KHz enables users to evaluate most synthesizers and signal generators.

FAQ


What factors limit the power supply miniaturization?


With the application of switching power supply products under the market, increasingly smaller, lighter, high-efficiency, low-radiation, low-cost and other characteristics are required to satisfy various electronic terminal equipments. In order to meet the current portable electronic terminal equipment, the switching power supply must be made small in size. Due to its light weight, it has become a matter of increasing concern for designers to increase the operating frequency of switching power supplies. However, what are the factors limiting the frequency of switching power supplies? In fact, it mainly includes three aspects: switch tubes, transformers, and EMI and PCB design.


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