The R&S FSU67 does away with complex test set-ups and external mixers

Wednesday, 05 September, 2007 | Supplied by:

Rohde 0907

The R&S FSU67 extends the upper frequency limit in spectrum analysis from 50 GHz to 67 GHz. This eliminates the need for external harmonic mixers.

Featuring a continuous frequency range starting from 20 Hz, the R&S FSU67 also performs harmonics measurements in one go without requiring any modifications to the test set-up.

Other outstanding characteristics of the spectrum analyser include high measurement accuracy without unwanted products, and excellent RF performance - features that will be appreciated in particular by developers and manufacturers of microwave components such as oscillators, short-haul microwave links in the range of 52 GHz or 58 GHz, local transport radio systems in the 60 GHz band, as well as aerospace and defence applications.

Measurements above 50 GHz previously called for an external harmonic mixer in addition to the spectrum analyser. Moreover, results needed to be corrected by the user, who had to identify and eliminate the multiple response signals introduced by the mixer.

Using the R&S FSU67 spectrum analyser, you can now perform spectrum measurements such as harmonics or spurious measurements from 20 Hz to 67 GHz in a single sweep - without an external mixer. This solution, which is unparalleled worldwide, simplifies the test set-up and operation.

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