Agilent signal analyser
The Agilent Model N9010A EXA signal analyser provides flexible, scalable signal analysis to budget-conscious engineers who don't want to sacrifice speed, accuracy, application coverage or modern connectivity.
At a lower performance point than Agilent's MXA signal analyser, EXA integrates the same broad range of standards-based measurements with the company's 89600 vector signal analysis (VSA) software - all in a single instrument. All measurement features and functions are intuitively grouped and accessible from the front panel or via a USB keyboard and mouse.
Optional measurement application software provides preconfigured test routines for GSM/EDGE, 802.16e Mobile WiMAX, W-CDMA, HSDPA/HSUPA and phase-noise applications. Running the software application in the EXA enables advanced signal demodulation analysis and troubleshooting of more than 50 demodulation formats including: 2G, 3G, 3.5G, WiMAX, WLAN and Private Mobile Radio.
The device includes a comprehensive set of standard one-button-power measurements for characterising signal quality. These include ACPR, channel power, occupied bandwidth, spectrum emissions mask, CCDF, burst power and spurious emission.
For development, accuracy provides engineers with the confidence to pinpoint signal quality issues and facilitates troubleshooting and diagnostic evaluations. This enables an accelerated transition from design into manufacturing and helps reduce the overall cost of test.
The EXA signal analyser supports multiple frequency ranges from 9 kHz to 3.6, 7.0, 13.6 and 26.5 GHz, an internal fully calibrated pre-amplifier option up to 3.6 GHz and standard analysis bandwidths of 10 MHz.
The EXA is fully compliant with the LXI Class-C specification. Connectivity is possible via 100 based-T LAN, GPIB and seven USB 2.0 ports.
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