Fast Signal Analyzers Cut Noise to 26.5 GHz

Sept. 20, 2006
The model N9020A MXA signal analyzer family from Agilent Technologies includes is designed for measurements on wireless devices using complex modulation formats. The instrument series includes models covering 20 Hz to 3.6 GHz, 20 Hz to 8.4 GHz, 20 Hz to ...

The model N9020A MXA signal analyzer family from Agilent Technologies includes is designed for measurements on wireless devices using complex modulation formats. The instrument series includes models covering 20 Hz to 3.6 GHz, 20 Hz to 8.4 GHz, 20 Hz to 13.6 GHz,a nd 20 Hz to 26.5 GHz, with instantaneous bandwidth of 10 MHz or, optionally, 25 MHz. The instruments achieve a DANL of better than -150 dBm without an optional preamplifier and better than -160 dBm with the preamplifier turned on. For more information on these powerful signal analyzers, read the Cover Feature in the September 2006 issue of Microwaves & RF, or visit the Agilent Technologies web site at: www.agilent.com.

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