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Tektronix Spectrum Analyzers
Agenda
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Technology Drivers – Digital RF
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Tektronix Family of Spectrum
Analyzers

Unique Capabilities
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Enter Digital RF Technology
 Full Power of Digital Computing Has Now
Arrived in the Wireless World
 Digital RF is Highly Complex Technology
Environment
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Gigahertz frequencies
Mixed signal environment
Multiple radios in single platform
Time and frequency domains
 Increasing Digital RF Performance
– Increasing signal speeds and complexity
– Bursting, hopping, transients, make
verification and troubleshooting difficult
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Digital
Baseband
Digital RF
Transceiver
Radio
Frequency
RF VCO
ADC
Base-band
I/Q
Demodulator
Signal
Processing
Digital
ADC
Analog
LNA
Down
Conversio
n
Voice of Spectrum Analyzer Users
 Digital RF introduces new problems
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Runt pulses
Broadband transients
DSP errors
Wider BW’s require new solutions
 Impact to Time-to-Market
– More complex troubleshooting problems
– Elusive transients cause intermittent failures
– Product quality must be improved
 Common requests
– Find spurious signals across a broad frequency range
– Getting narrower
– Getting smaller
– Hopping faster
– Improve time-to-insight
– Capture and document event in multiple domains
– Correlate event to other events
– Resolve HW/SW problems
– Eliminate need to buy SA or VSA
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Time Can No Longer Be Ignored
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Digital RF has a new set of design
challenges
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New Time Domain Issues
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Computer
World
Traditional Frequency Domain Issues
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At what point in time do I hop to a new
channel?
At what point in time do I change to high speed
transmit mode ?
Time
Domain
What channel am I transmitting on ?
What is the signal power level ?
Engineers need to understand both
frequency and time domain issues …
New demands on engineers require new
generation of tools to meet needs of digital
RF
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Frequency
Domain
RF
World
Agenda

Technology Drivers – Digital RF

Tektronix Family of Spectrum
Analyzers

Unique Capabilities
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Tektronix Spectrum Analyzers
Spectrum Analysis – RF Performance
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RF Dynamic Range
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DANL
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Phase Noise
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TOI
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Spectrum Analyzer Measurements –
OBW, Ch Power, ACPR
Real-Time Analysis
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Swept DPX
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DPX Density Trigger
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Capture bandwidth
15/20/36/110MHz
Vector Signal Analysis
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Constellation
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Symbol table
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Correlated Multi-domain analysis
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EVM
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Capture once analyse many
times and views.
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Magnitude and phase accuracy
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Complex pulse analysis
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Long capture length
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Simplified Analyzer Block Diagrams
Swept
Tuned
Spectrum
Analyzer
(SA)
The Real-Time Difference
Real-Time
Spectrum
Analyzer
(RTSA)
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Modern FFT Based Analyzers
Vector
Signal
Analyzer
(VSA)
The DPX Transform Engine
RF
1 Hz to
20 GHz
Transform Sample Sets
DFT Spectrums
Pixel Histogram
Analog RF
Discrete
Pixel
Display
To Digital
Fourier
Buffer
Color
Conversion
Transform
Memory
Grading
Up to 300 MSPS ADC’s
14 bit
48,828 to
292,969 DFT/s
ADC
Corrections
1464 to >14,000
DFT/Frame
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10 to 33 Frame/s
MicroProcessor
DDC/
Decimation
DPX™
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Temp. Grading
Memory
DPX™
Live RF with Digital Phosphor DPX™

Digital Phosphor Spectrum
provides Live RF view
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Highest spectrum measurement
rate in the industry
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100’s of times faster than
conventional analyzers
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RTSA Can Do What Others Cannot
See all activity simultaneously across 110 MHz Band?
Competing Solutions
No
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RTSA
No Problem
Industry’s First Real-time Signal Analysis
 DPX now applied to multiple domains
– Amplitude, frequency or phase vs. time
RF
Analysis Sample Sets
Pixel Histogram
Conversion
Analog RF
To Amp.,
To Digital
Freq., or
Conversion
1 Hz
To
20 GHz
Amp., Freq., Phase
Vs. Time
Phase
300 MS/s
Pixel
Display
Buffer
Color
Memory
Grading
Up to 50,000 Waveforms/sec
ADC
Corrections
Up to 2500
Waveforms/Frame
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20 frames/sec
MicroProcessor
DDC/
Decimation
DPX™
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Temp. Grading
Memory
DPX™
DPX Multi Domain Analysis
 The only analyzers that view live
amplitude, frequency or phase vs.
time
– DPX amplitude vs. time is 1,000 times faster
than zero span in a conventional analyzer
– Find and measure RF amplitude transients
missed by other analyzers
 DPX phase or frequency vs. time
brings this capability to multiple
domains
– Find and measure phase or frequency
transients missed by post-processed VSA
analysis
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Industry’s Best Triggers
 Power, external, line and free
run as expected
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Define a frequency mask which can be used to
trigger on specific events in the frequency
domain
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Reliably detect and capture elusive RF signals
that a level trigger cannot see in a crowded
spectral environment
 New problems require more
 Optional triggers
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Frequency Mask
Signal Density
Time qualified
Runt
Frequency Edge
 Reduced time-to-fault in design
applications
 Improved intercept and mission
success spectrum management
applications
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= Frequency Mask Area
Trigger
Occurs
Industry’s Best Triggers
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Opt. 200 on RSA5/6000
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Signal density: Trigger
on how frequently a
signal occupies a userdefined range of
frequency and
amplitude
Trigger on
density
Catch the one bad pulse

Time-qualified and runt
triggers
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Frequency-edge
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User defined on-times,
off-times or levels
produce trigger
Triggers when a user-set
frequency occurs
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Catch the frequency
transient
A New Approach to RF Signal Measurement
WLAN
Before
Interference
WLAN
During
Interference
Bluetooth bursts
WLAN Signal
Interfering Bluetooth Signal
WLAN
Synchronized
WLAN
Not
Synchronized
Tektronix Spectrum Analyzers
SA2600/H600
RSA3300B
RSA3408B
RSA5000A
RSA6000A
DPO/DSA with
SignalVu
Field/Lab
Lab
Lab
Lab
Lab
Lab
Frequency
Range
10kHz – 6.2GHz
DC – 3/8GHz
DC - 8GHz
1 Hz-6.2 GHz
9kHz – 6.2/14/20
GHz
DC – 20 GHz
Analysis
Bandwidth
20 MHz
15 MHz
36 MHz
25/40/85 MHz
40 / 110 MHz
20 GHz
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
500 µs / 125 µs
41 µs
31 µs
31 to 5.8µs
40 / 24 / 10.3 µs
✓
✓
Use
DPX
Live RF
DPX 100%
POI
Swept and
Multi-Doman
DPX and DPX
Density™
Trigger
Frequency
Domain
Triggering
Vector Signal
Analysis
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DPX Spectrum
Mask
✓
✓
✓
✓
RSAVu
✓
✓
✓
✓
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Time Domain DPX
✓
H600/SA2600 Series
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Scan
– Monitor the spectrum with DPX or wide span
spectrum analyzer!
– Capture spectrum violations with either DPX
spectrum mask or wide band spectrum
mask
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Classify
– Using new types of signal classification tools
of Spectral Profile and Spectral Correlation
Density (SCD)
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Locate
– AM/FM audio demodulation
– Signal Strength for Direction Finding
– Signal hunting with Built-in GPS Mapping
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Best in Class RTSA Attributes
Portable Spectrum Analyzer
10kHz to 6.2GHz frequency range
20 MHz RT BW
-163 dBm/Hz DANL with preamp
-95 dBc Phase Noise @ 10 kHz (spec)
-70 dBc SFDR
Signal Classification
Built-in GPS and Mapping
RSA3000 Series
Discover
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Industry-first Live RF with DPX™
spectrum display
Trigger
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Unique 36 MHz Frequency Mask Trigger
Capture
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15 or 36 MHz BW at 73dB dynamic range
Analyze
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Frequency, amplitude, modulation, data
analysis over time
Time correlation between analysis domains
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Mid Performance SA Performance
DC – 8 GHz frequency range
-150 dBm DANL
± 0.45 dB Amplitude Accuracy
RTSA Attributes
15/36 MHz RT BW
-73 dBc SFDR
256 MB capture memory
VSA - Support for 33 modulations
RSA6000 Series
 Reinventing Swept Spectrum Analysis –
Swept DPX
– Wideband signal search with highest
probability of detection
 Breakthrough DPX Density™ Trigger
– Trigger on This™
– Trigger on signals within signals
 Time-domain Triggering
– Runt, time qualified, holdoff triggers
 Multi-domain, Time-correlated Analysis
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High Performance Traditional Specs
9 kHz – 20 GHz frequency range
+17 dBm TOI
-151 dBm DANL
± 0.5 dB Amplitude Accuracy
Unmatched RTSA Attributes
-73 dBc SFDR
40/110 MHz RT BW
1 GB capture memory
VSA - Support for 25 modulations
Pulse Measurement Suite
21 automatic measurements
RSA5000 Series Signal Analyzer
Industry’s first real-time signal analyzer
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– DPX amplitude, frequency, phase vs. time
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High performance real-time analysis now in the midrange
– 25/40/85 MHz acquisition bandwidth
– Advanced real-time with swept DPX, advanced
triggers and multi-domain analysis available
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Mid-Range spectrum and vector signal analysis
– 1 Hz to 6.2 GHz frequency range
– +17 dBm TOI and -154 dBm/Hz DANL at 2 GHz
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Superior low frequency performance
– -131 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset, 10 MHz carrier
– -150 dBm DANL at 10 kHz
DOUBLE the bandwidth, DOUBLE the memory
of any available mid-range analyzer
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SignalVu
Up to 20 GHz RF measurements on Tektronix Scopes
 Vector Signal Analysis Software for
DPO7000 and DPO/DSA70000 Series
Oscilloscopes
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RF Measurements
Modulation Analysis
Pulse Parameters
Automated Tests
 Use an Oscilloscope Like a Vector
Signal Analyzer
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Quick validation of common tests
Time-correlated multi-domain analysis
Automatically characterize pulses
Same SW running on RSA6000
Better results with less equipment
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RF measurements integrated with
Scope functionality for
Spectrum Analysis and
Multi Domain correlation
Vector Signal Analysis
21 modulation types
Pulse Measurement Suite
27 automatic vector and scalar
measurements
Agenda
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Technology Drivers – Digital RF

Tektronix Family of Spectrum
Analyzers
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Unique Capabilities
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DPX™ Live RF Spectrum Display
 More spectrum measurements/second than any other analyzer
 See a world that others don’t
Swept Analyzer
Real-time Analyzer
Same input signal
“The unique real-time presentation of live RF signals means that a
user will always find a problem signal.” – David Saar, Saar Consulting
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Lab Solution: Frequency Mask Trigger for the
RSA3000/5000/6000
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Draw frequency selective masks for
many signal conditions
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RSA3K/6K’s frequency mask trigger
unlike any other instrument
= Frequency Mask Area
Trigger
Occurs
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Lab Solution:
Industry’s Best Triggers

Opt. 200 on RSA5/6000
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Signal density: Trigger
on how frequently a
signal occupies a userdefined range of
frequency and
amplitude
Trigger on
density
Catch the one bad pulse

Time-qualified and runt
triggers
–
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User defined on-times,
off-times or levels
produce trigger
Frequency-edge
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Triggers when a user-set
frequency occurs
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Catch the frequency
transient
Lab Solution: Re-Inventing the Swept Spectrum Analyzer
RSA5000, RSA6000 Opt 200
 Sweeping DPX up to 20 GHz
– Discreet contiguous steps
 More spectrums per second
– 292,969 spectrums/s per step
 User-defined dwell time
– ‘Stare’ at bands of interest to capture
transients at each point in the sweep
 For Wideband Radar
– See signals within signals
 For Spectrum Management
– Improve capturing of time-interleaved
and transient signals
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Lab Solution:Preamplifiers for the RSA5000/6000
 RSA6000 Opt 01
– 10 MHz to 3 GHz
– Noise Figure < 4 dB @ 2 GHz
– 30 dB gain
– DANL – 167 dBm/Hz @ 2 GHz
 RSA5000 Opt 50
– 1 MHz to 3/6.2 GHz
– Noise Figure < 7 dB @ 1 GHz
– 18 dB gain
– DANL – 163 dBm/Hz @ 2 GHz
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Lab Solution: IQ, IF outputs for the RSA5000/6000
 RSA5000 Opt 55
 RSA6000 Opt 05
– Digital I and Q LVDS
Output to 85 MHz
Acquisition BW
Sam ple Rate ( I and Q)
RSA6100A
110 MHz (Opt 110)
85 MHz
60 MHz
40 MHz
25 MHz
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150 MS/s
– Digital I and Q LVDS
Output to 110 MHz
– Analog IF output at 500
MHz, 120 MHz BW
Sam ple Rate (I and Q)
RSA5100A
NA
150 MS/s
150 MS/s
(Opt 110)
(Opt 85)
75 MS/s
75 MS/s
(Opt 110)
(Opt 85)
50 MS/s
75 MS/s
(Standard or Opt 110)
(Opt 40 or 85)
50 MS/s
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Lab Solution: Phase Noise / Jitter Measurement
(Option 11) for the RSA5000/6000
 Easy phase noise and jitter measurements
– 10 Hz to 1 GHz offset range
– Automated carrier tracking and dynamic range optimization
– Measures integrated noise/jitter over defined bandwidth, and at
cardinal frequency offsets in measurement results table
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Lab Solution: Settling Time Measurement (Opt. 12) for
the RSA5000/6000
 Measures frequency or phase settling time
– Reference from last settled frequency/phase or trigger point
– Mask testing for pass/fail indications
– Waveform averaging and smoothing for fast, consistent
results
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Lab Solution: General-purpose Modulation Analysis
(Opt. 21) for the RSA5000/6000
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Modulations supported
– π/2 DBPSK, BPSK, SBPSK, QPSK, DQPSK, /4DQPSK, D8PSK, 8PSK, OQPSK, SOQPSK, CPM,
16/32/64/256 QAM, MSK, 2/4/8/16-FSK C4FM
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Measurements
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EVM (RMS, Peak,, EVM vs Time)
Magnitude Error (RMS, Peak,, Magnitude Error vs Time)
Phase Error (RMS, Peak,, Phase Error vs Time)
Waveform Quality (RHO)
Frequency Error, Origin Offset, Gain Imbalance, Quadrature Error
Displays
– Constellation, EVM, phase and magnitude error vs. time
– Frequency deviation, I and Q vs. time
– Symbol table, eye diagram, trellis
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Lab Solution: Flexible OFDM Analysis (Opt. 22) for the
RSA5000/6000
 Analysis for
– 802.11 a/g/j
– 802.16-2004 fixed WiMax
 Measurements
– Symbol clock error, frequency error, average power, peak-toaverage, CPE
– EVM(rms and peak) for all carriers
 Displays
– Sub-carrier vs power
– EVM, OFDM power phase error, frequency error, magnitude error
vs. time,
– Channel frequency response
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Lab Solution: Advanced Pulse Measurements (Opt. 20)
for the RSA5000/6000
 Vector and scalar measurements on up to 10,000 pulses
 27 measurements including impulse response, pulse-to-pulse
frequency and phase error, pulse width, duty cycle, transmit power
 Measurement analysis including histogram, FFT of results and
measurement trend vs. time
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Lab Solution: SignalVu (RSAVu) Multi-Domain Analysis
for the RSA3000/5000/6000
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General Analysis
– DPX™ Spectrums
– Spectrum, Spectrogram
– Amplitude, Frequency, Phase, IQ
vs. Time
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Digital Demodulation
– Constellation
– EVM, Mag/Phase Error vs. Time
– Symbol Table
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RF Measurements
– ACLR, MCPR, CCDF, OBW
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Pulsed RF Measurements
– Power, Rise/Fall, PW, PRI, Freq &
Phase, Deviation, etc.
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All available at any time…
…on the same acquisition
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Field Solution: Unique Value
H600/SA2600

Discover and Capture Signals Others Miss
– 125 us minimum signal duration for 100% probability of
Intercept of any transients with real time DPX display and
DPX Mask
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Superior RF Performance Compared to Other
Portables
– Mid-range Performance Bench top Spectrum Analyzer
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All-in-One Premium Signal Hunter
– Quick and simple signal classification
– Built-in GPS mapping
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Portable and Rugged
– Environmental MIL-PRF-28800 Test Requirements
– Hot Swappable Battery
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Greater Asset Utilization
– Portable Interference Hunter
– Networked Remote RF Sensors
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RSA6000 Ordering Information
RSA6106A: 9 kHz - 6.2 GHz, 40 MHz Capture BW
RSA6114A: 9 kHz - 14 GHz, 40 MHz Capture BW
RSA6120A: 9 kHz – 20 GHz, 40 MHz Capture BW
Opt 01: Internal Pre-Amp (0.01 - 3 GHZ)
Opt 02: Frequency Mask Trigger / 1 GB Memory Extension
Opt 05: Signal Output Package: 500 MHz IF, Digital IQ Output (LVDS)
Opt 06: Removable hard drive
Opt 07: DVD-RW
Opt 08: Removable Solid State Hard Drive
Opt 11: Phase Noise and Jitter Measurement
Opt 110: 110 MHz Capture BW
Opt 20: Advanced Signal Analysis
Opt 21: General Purpose Modulation Analysis
Opt 22: Flexible OFDM Analysis
Opt 200: Enhanced DPX and Triggers
Opt 1R: Rackmount
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RSA5000 Ordering Information
RSA5103A: 1 Hz – 3.0GHz, 25 MHz Capture BW
RSA5106A: 1 Hz – 6.2 GHz, 25 MHz Capture BW
Opt 50: Internal Pre-Amp (1 MHz – 3/6.2 GHz)
Opt 52: Frequency Mask Trigger
Opt 53: Acquisition Memory Extension (4 GB Total)
Opt 55: Digital IQ Output (LVDS)
Opt 56: Removable hard drive
Opt 57: DVD-RW
Opt 59: Internal Hard Drive
Opt 11: Phase Noise and Jitter Measurement
Opt 110: 110 MHz Capture BW
Opt 20: Advanced Signal Analysis
Opt 21: General Purpose Modulation Analysis
Opt 22: Flexible OFDM Analysis
Opt 200: Enhanced DPX and Triggers
RSA56KR: Rackmount
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RSA3000 Ordering Information
RSA3408B: DC - 8 GHZ RTSA, 36 MHZ Bandwidth
RSA3308B: DC - 8 GHZ RTSA, 15 MHZ Bandwidth
RSA3303B: DC - 3 GHZ RTSA, 15 MHZ Bandwidth
Opt 02: 65.5 MSample Deep Memory, Frequency Mask Trigger
Opt 03: IQ, Differential IQ inputs
Opt 05: Digital IQ Output
Opt 06: Removable HDD
Opt 10: Audio Distortion Analysis
Opt 21: Advanced Measurements Suite
Opt 24: GSM/EDGE Analysis
Opt 25: CDMA 1X Forward/Reverse Link Analysis
Opt 26: 1X EVDO Forward/Reverse Link Analysis
Opt 28: TD-SCDMA Analysis
Opt 29: WLAN 802.1 1A/B/G/N Analysis
Opt 30: 3GPP Release 99 And Release 5 Ul/Dl Analysis
Opt 40: 3GPP Release 6 (HSUPA Ul/Dl) Analysis (Requires Opt 30)
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RSA5000 Series Product Summary
Specifications and Features
Frequency Range
Acquisition Bandwidths
RSA 5103A
RSA5106A
1 Hz - 3.0 GHz
1 Hz - 6.2 GHz
25 MHz (Standard). 40 MHz (Opt. 40). 85 MHz (Opt 85)
Acquisition Memory
1 GB (Standard). 4 GB (Opt. 53)
Third-order intercept
+17 dBm at 2 GHz
Displayed Average
Noise Level (Preamp Off)
-150 dBm at 10 kHz
-154 dBm at 2 GHz
Displayed Average
Noise Level (Preamp ON)
-158 dBm/Hz at 1 MHz
-163 dBm/Hz at 2 GHz
Phase Noise at 10 kHz offset
10 MHz Carrier
1 GHz Carrier
-131 dBc/Hz
-109 dBc/Hz
DPX Signal Processing Rate
48,000 spectrums/sec (standard)
292,000 spectrums/sec, 50,000 amplitude, frequency or phase vs. time (Opt. 200)
Minimum Signal Duration,
100% Probability of Intercept
31 us (standard)
5.8 us (Opts. 85, 200)
Standard Measurements
Channel Power, Adjacent Channel Power, Multicarrier
Adjacent Channel Power/Leakage Ratio, Occupied
Bandwidth, Noise Marker, RF IQ vs. Time, Power vs. Time, Frequency vs. Time,
Phase vs. Time, CCDF, Peak-to-Average Ratio, Spurious Mask, Spectrum Emission Mask
Advanced Measurement
Options
Opt 11: Phase noise and jitter. Opt. 12: Frequency and phase settling time
Opt. 20: Advanced Pulse Measurements. Opt. 21: General Purpose Modulation Analysis. Opt 22: Flexible
OFDM Analysis. Opt 200: Swept DPX, Real Time Multi-Domain Analysis with Density, Runt, Time-Qualified
and Frequency Triggers
Other Options
Opt. 52: Frequency Mask Trigger. Opt. 53: Increased Acquisition Memory (4 GB total). Opt. 56: Removable
Hard Disk Drive. Opt. 57: CD/DVD. Opt. 59: Internal Hard Disk Drive. Opt. 55: Digital I and Q outputs
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RSA6000 Series Product Summary
Specifications and Features
RSA 6106A/6114A
RSA6120A
Frequency Range
9 kHz – 6.2 / 14 GHz
9 kHz – 20 GHz
Acquisition Bandwidths
40 Standard, 110 MHz (Opt. 110)
Acquisition Memory
256 MB(Standard). 1GB (Opt. 02)
Third-order intercept (Typical)
Displayed Average
Noise Level (Preamp Off)
Displayed Average
Noise Level (Preamp ON)
+17 dBm at 2 GHz
+17 dBm at 2 GHz
+17 dBm at 18 GHz
-149 dBm at 2 GHz
-135 dBm/Hz at 10 GHz (RSA6114A)
-149 dBm/Hz at 2 GHz
-143 dBm/Hz at 10 GHz
-138 dBm/Hz at 20 GHz
10 MHz to 3 GHz
-167 dBm/Hz at 2 GHz
Phase Noise at 10 kHz Offset
1 GHz Carrier
10 GHz carrier
20 GHz carrier
-106 dBc/Hz
-106 dBc/Hz (RSA6114A)
-106 dBc/Hz
-112 dBc/Hz
-108 dBc/Hz
DPX Signal Processing Rate
48,000 spectrums/sec (standard)
292,000 spectrums/sec, 50,000 amplitude, frequency or phase vs. time (Opt. 200)
Minimum Signal Duration,
100% Probability of Intercept
31 us (standard)
5.8 us (Opt. 200)
Standard Measurements
Channel Power, Adjacent Channel Power, Multicarrier Adjacent Channel Power/Leakage Ratio,
OccupiedBandwidth, Noise Marker, RF IQ vs. Time, Power vs. Time, Frequency vs. Time,
Phase vs. Time, CCDF, Peak-to-Average Ratio, Spurious Mask, Spectrum Emission Mask
Advanced Measurement
Options
Opt 11: Phase noise and jitter. Opt. 12: Frequency and Phase Settling Time
Opt. 20: Advanced Pulse Measurements. Opt. 21: General Purpose Modulation Analysis. Opt 22: Flexible
OFDM Analysis. Opt 200: Swept DPX, Real Time Multi-Domain Analysis with Density, Runt, Time-Qualified
and Frequency Triggers
Other Options
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Opt. 01: Preamp, Opt. 02: Frequency Mask Trigger and 1 GB Acquisition Memory ,Opt. 06: Removable Hard
Disk Drive Opt.07: CD/DVD. Opt. 08: Removable Solid-State Drive, Opt. 05: Digital I and Q and Analog IF
Outputs
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H600/SA2600 Ordering Information
H600: 6.2 GHz Spectrum Analyzer for Signal Analysis
SA2600: 6.2 GHz Field Spectrum Analyzer
Opt EP1: Enhanced Performance
Opt SC1: Signal Classification
Standard Accessories
AC Power Adapter
Lithium-Ion Battery
GPS Antenna
Flexible Monopole Antenna
Tilt stand
Soft carry case
Audio jack mute plug
N-BNC Connector
USB A-B Cable
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Recommended Accessories:
Beam Antennas
Pre-filters
External Battery Charger
DC Vehicle Adapter
Backup Battery Pack
Thank You!
Competing Solutions
No
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Real-time Spectrum Analyzer
No Problem

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