1 GHz Spectrum Analyzer/Function Generator-AT5011


1 GHz Spectrum Analyzer-AT6010

1 GHz Spectrum Analyzer/Function Generator-AT6011

AT6000 Series Specifications:


l          Frequency range:  0.15 to 1050MHz

l          Center frequency display accuracy:  100kHz

l          Resolution of frequency display:  10kHz (5 digit LED)

l          Stability: ±10ppm/year

l          Aging: ±2ppm/year

l          TCXO, DDS

l          Frequency scans width:  100 kHz/div.to 100MHz/div. In 1-2-5 steps and 0Hz/div. (Zero Scan)

l          Frequency scan width accuracy:  10%Frequency stability

l          Video-Filter on:  4 kHz

l          IF Bandwidth (-3dB):  400 kHz or 20 KHz, switchable

l          Sweep rate:  50Hz

l          Amplitude range:  -100dBm to +13 dBm

l          Screen display range:  80 dB (10dB/div.)

l          Reference level:  -27dBm to +13 dBm (in 10dB steps)

l          Reference level accuracy:  2dB

l          Average noise level:  -90dBm

l          Distortion: <-60dBc:  2nd and 3rd harmonic

l          3rd order intermod:  -70dBc(two signals >3MHz apart)

l          Sensitivity:  <5dB above average noise level

l          Log scale fidelity:  2dB(without attenuation.) Ref.: 250MHz

l          Input attenuator:  0 to 40dB(4 X 10dB steps)

l          Input attenuator accuracy:  1dB/10 step

l          Max.input level:   +10dBm, 25Vdc(0dB attenuation) +20dBm, (40dB attenuation)

 No on-screen display.




AT5011 1 GHz Spectrum Analyzer/Signal Generator
Original Price: $1,347.50
Sale Price: $1,100.00

AT5010 1 GHz Spectrum Analyzer
$1,025.00

AT5010B 1 GHz Spectrum Analyzer
$875.00

AT6011 1 GHz Spectrum Analyzer/Signal Generator
Sale Price: $1,385.00

AT6010 1 GHz Spectrum Analyzer
$1,185.00

     

AT5020 2 GHz Spectrum Analyzer
$2,975.00

(call to order)



AT5000 Series Specifications:


l          Frequency range:  0.15 to 1050MHz

l          Center frequency display accuracy:  100kHz

l          Resolution of frequency display:  100kHz (4.5 digit LED)

l          Frequency scans width:  100 kHz/div.to 100MHz/div. In 1-2-5 steps and 0Hz/div. (Zero Scan)

l          Frequency scan width accuracy:  10%Frequency stability; better than 150 kHz/hour

l          Video-Filter on:  4 kHz

l          IF Bandwidth (-3dB):  400 kHz or 20 KHz, switchable (AT5010B has no 20KHz bandpass filter).

l          Sweep rate:  43Hz

l          Amplitude range:  -100dBm to +13 dBm

l          Screen display range:  80 dB (10dB/div.)

l          Reference level:  -27dBm to +13 dBm (in 10dB steps)

l          Reference level accuracy:  2dB

l          Average noise level:  -99dBm

l          Distortion: <-75dBc:  2nd and 3rd harmonic

l          3rd order intermod:  -70dBc(two signals >3MHz apart)

l          Sensitivity:  <5dB above average noise level

l          Log scale fidelity:  2dB(without attenuation.) Ref.: 250MHz

l          Input attenuator:  0 to 40dB(4 X 10dB steps)

l          Input attenuator accuracy:  1dB/10 step

l          Max.input level:   +10dBm, 25Vdc(0dB attenuation) +20dBm, (40dB attenuation)

 No on-screen display.

 

Signal Generator(AT5011 only):

l          Frequency range:  0.15 MHz to 1050 MHz

l          Output level range:  -50dBm to +1dBm(in 10dB steps and var.)

l          Output attenuator:  0 to 40dB (4 x 10dB steps)

l          Output attenuator accuracy:  1dB

l          Output impedance:  50 Ω (BNC)

l          Frequency response:  1.5dB 

l          Radio Frequency Interference (RFI):  <2=cońspan style="mso-spacerun: yes"> 

 

l          Display:  6" CRT, 8x10 division gratitude

l          Trace rotation:  adjustment from front panel

l          Power:  110V/220V ± 10%, 50/60Hz switchable

l          Power dissipation:  20W approx.  

l          Weight:  7Kg approx.

l          Dimensions:  285x125x380(WxHxD) mm

l          Input impedance:  50 Ω

l          Socket:  BNC

l          Load resistance:  8 Ω

l          AM demodulation output:  bsp

 

One-year warranty.


User's manual (5MB).

Q&A:

Q: How to hear radio stations on the spectrum analyzer?
A: The SCANWIDTH has to be set at either ZERO or 0.1MHz. It sounds better on ZERO than 0.1MHz. Only noises can be heard if the scanning bandwidth is set above 0.1MHz. Local FM radio stations are mostly at frequencies from 90MHz to 100Mhz.
The BAND WIDTH button should be at the up position (400kHz).

Q: Does the track signal generator work at the same time when there is input signal?
A: Yes. But the track signal generator will feedback noise to the spectrum analyzer itself. What you see on the screen will be greatly affected by it. Also, the generated signal is affected by input noise. The signal is most clean and stable when SCANWIDTH is set at ZERO.


FM radio signals around 90Mhz 900Mhz cordless phone handset and station signals