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9 kHz to 3 GHz Spectrum Analyzer with Tracking Generator
The PROMAX AE167 9 kHz to 3 GHz Spectrum Analyzer with Tracking Generator has a frequency range that stretches from 9 kHz to 3 GHz, and features many functions, such as radio frequency and power measurement, active component P1dB point measurement, Harmonic measurement, etc. It can support sweep speeds up to 307 uS.
The AE-167 spectrum Analyzer, with the built-in preamplifier and the highest sensitivity of -149 dBm/Hz, is capable of measuring very feeble signals. To obtain accurate results, the low power measurement uncertainty of the AE-167 is less than 1.5 dB.
These instruments are ideal for various applications, such as the basic operation of R&D, school lecture, engineering maintenance, and testing for mass production. These light and compact spectrum Analyzers are also suitable for automatic test systems and vehicle mounted operation.
ACPR (Adjacent Channel Power Ratio)
Telecommunications and broadcasting service carriers must reduce interference to the minimum. This interference is caused by power leakage to adjacent transmission channels. The ACPR measurement can examine the leakage status that is conducive to identifying interference source.
OCBW (Occupied Bandwidth)
The OCBW measurement can simultaneously display OCBW, channel power and PSD. OCBW's unit is shown by percentage. A measurement area containing bandwidth will be shown when OCBW is in use.
Harmonic can easily measure the amplitude of fundamental frequency and as high as ten orders of harmonic frequency. This function can also measure amplitude (dBc) which is the ratio of harmonic and corresponding fundamental carrier. Total harmonic distortion (THD) can also be calculated by this function.
The sequence function allows users to edit a sequence formulated by a series of steps directly from the instrument. Pause and delay can be inserted in the sequence to observe the test results. There are five sets of sequence for selection. Each sequence allows editing of 20 steps. Different sequence can be interactive and support each other. This function provides automatic editing without using the PC that is very convenient for assembly lines in which execute routine test procedures.