Description: Tektronix RSA3303A Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer DC to 3 GHz
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Tektronix RSA3303A Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer
The Tektronix RSA3303A Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer (RTSA) captures a continuous time record of changing RF events and empowers time-related examination in the frequency, time, and modulation areas. The user will have the usefulness of a vector signal analyzer, a wide band range analyzer, and the one of a kind trigger-catch-analyze ability of the RTSA in one, transportable package.
This model has a licensed 15 MHz bandwidth Frequency Mask Trigger (FMT), which makes it simple to catch transient, low duty-cycle, or other hard to catch signals. A FMT mask is arranged by utilizing a mouse. It can be set up for one or numerous frequency groups inside an examination span. FMT can monitor for signal appearance/disappearance, or change in amplitude, frequency, data transfer capacity, and spectral shape, while the client is working on another task. A Power Trigger, working in the time domain and at any Real-Time examination span, can be outfitted to monitor for a user-set power threshold to be crossed amid a moment in time. A power indicator decides total power of all signals in a span, which is contrasted with the client set threshold.
This model has an important function called capture once, which can make as many estimations as required. All signals in a Real-Time examination span, including transients, low duty-cycle, and other hard to-quantify events are caught together into the deep memory where signal information can be accessed at the client's convenience.
|Type||Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer|
|Acquisition Memory Size||16.4 MSamples; 65.6 M Samples, Opt. 02|
|Frequency Range||DC to 3 GHz|
|Dimensions||215 mm (H) x 425 mm (D) x 425 mm (W)|
|Weight||42 lbs (without options).|
|RSA3303A Manual||User Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download|