Rigol Technologies announces another significant expansion of their RF Test Portfolio with the release of a new lower cost Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer.
The RSA3000E Spectrum Analyzers brings the power of UltraReal real-time analysis to a new class of customer who previously had no access to this advanced capability. The RSA3000E combines the power of a high performance Swept Spectrum Analyzer with the analysis capability of a Real-Time Analyzer at an unprecedented entry level price point.
- 1.5 and 3.0 GHz Models
- DANL to -161 dBm
- RBW 1 Hz
- 10 MHz Real time Bandwidth
- 9.3 µs 100% POI
- 10.1’ Touch Display
- Starting at € 1.573
While the RSA3000E is amazingly priced it also is enabled with advanced analysis capabilities which make it a perfect choice for embedded IOT engineers integrating RF technologies and those customers doing EMI pre-compliance testing.
The integrated EMI pre-compliance option (RSA3000E-EMI) provides a complete EMI Pre-Compliance Solution allowing engineers to measure, compare, analyze, and report on EMI issues throughout their design process. Features like integrated CISPR Bandwidths and Detectors, simple limit line construction, automated multi-segment scan, and up to three simultaneous detectors make it simple to get initial scans and measurements. Advanced capabilities like real-time detector measurements, automated peak/limit searches and simple correction table integration make configuring more complex test environments and analyzing results easier than ever before. Lastly, comprehensive setup, storage and report generation capabilities make it easy to document, share, and repeat your tests.
Digital Modulation Analysis
The integrated ASK/FSK Demodulation Option (RSA3000E-ASK/FSK) allows RF engineers to characterize today’s ubiquitous ASK and FSK modulation schemes. The Demodulation Application gives engineers the ability to utilize up to 13 integrated measurement functions including I/Q waveform and RF Envelope, Constellation and Vector Diagrams, Symbol Level Decode, Time and Frequency, and Bit Error Analysis against known sequences providing quick insight into signal behaviors.
Visit the RSA3000E page for more information