RSA5000 Real Time Spectrum Analyzer

RSA5000 SERIES SPECTRUM ANALYZERS

High Performance Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers


  • 3.2 GHz to 6.5 GHz models
  • Up to 40 MHz Real-Time BW
  • 100% POI (Probability of Intercept) on pulses as narrow as 7.45 μS

Engineers integrating WiFi, Bluetooth and other modern RF technologies are confronted with complex challenges like frequency hopping signals, channel conflict, and spectrum interference.  Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers bring the dimension of time to RF Analysis making it easier to monitor and characterize these complex RF systems.  The RSA5000 combines industry leading realtime performance (7.45µs 100% POI), rich data displays, and advanced triggering options allowing the user to quickly capture, identify and analyze these complex events.

  • Frequency: 3.3 GHz up to 6.5 GHz
  • Displayed average noise level (DANL): <-165 dBm (typical)
  • Phase noise: <-108 dBc/Hz (typical)
  • Level measurement uncertainty: <0.8 dB
  • 6.5 GHz tracking generator
  • Min. RBW 1 Hz
  • EMC filter and quasi-peak detector standard
  • Up to 40 MHz real-time analysis bandwidth
  • Multiple trigger modes and trigger masks
  • Density, Spectrogram, and other display modes
  • 10.1” capacitive multi-touch screen, supporting touch gestures
  • USB, LAN, HDMI and other communication and display interfaces
  • New Embedded EMI/EMC application (option)

 

Model Frequency Range Noise floor*
(DANL)
Phase Noise
@10 kHz offset
RBW Standard Real-Time
Bandwidth
Tracking
Generator
Price**
RSA5032 9 kHz – 3.2 GHz -165 dBm <-108 dBc/Hz 1 Hz 25 MHz N € 6.781
RSA5032-TG 9 kHz – 3.2 GHz -165 dBm <-108 dBc/Hz 1 Hz 25 MHz Y € 7.765
RSA5065 9 kHz – 6.5 GHz -165 dBm <-108 dBc/Hz 1 Hz 25 MHz N € 8.453
RSA5065-TG 9 kHz – 6.5 GHz -165 dBm <-108 dBc/Hz 1 Hz 25 MHz Y € 9.436

*DANL values are typical, normalized to 1 Hz, and require the PA to be active. See specs for details.
** Prices are excl. VAT.

Introduction

Introduction of the RSA5000 series Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers


Introduction into Real-Time Spectrum Analysis


User Interface for the RSA5000


Explanation Probability of Intercept


Benefits

Benefits of Real-Time Spectrum Analysis


Benefits of the 40 MHz Bandwidth Option


Benefits of the Tracking Generator Option


Benefits of the Preamplifier Option


Benefits of the Advanced Measurement Kit Option


Applications

RF Signal Characterization


RF Signal Hopping Analysis


Frequency Mask Trigger


Phase-Locked Loop Analysis with an RSA5000


Using Traces and Markers in General Purpose Mode


Using Z Markers in Real-Time Mode


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