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Rohde & Schwarz FSEB20 Spectrum Analyzer to Measure Frequency Intermodulation & Harmonics

Rohde & Schwarz FSEB20 Spectrum Analyzer to Measure Frequency Intermodulation & Harmonics

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The Rohde & Schwarz FSEB30 is one of our used Spectrum Analyzers with a bandwidth of 20 Hz to 7 GHz.
The FSE spectrum analyzers from Rohde&Schwarz have been optimized both for general-purpose measurements and meeting the stringent requirements of testing advanced digital communication systems. High measurement speed,future-proof modular design and excellent characteristics put the analyzers right at the top of today’s market – at an attractive price. The FSE spectrum analyzers from Rohde&Schwarz have been optimized both for general-purpose measurements and meeting the stringent requirements of testing advanced digital communication systems.

Features of Rohde & Schwarz FSEB20 ;

  • Resolution bandwidths 1 Hz to 10 MHz, adjustable in steps of 1/2/3/5/10
  • Displayed noise floor -150 dBm (typ.) in 10-Hz bandwidth
  • 3rd-order intercept point +20 dBm typ.
  • 1 dB compression point of RF input +10 dBm
  • Phase noise at 10 kHz from carrier: -123 dBc (Hz) (typ.) (FSEA 30)
  • Total level measurement uncertainty up to 1 GHz <1 dB, up to 7 GHz 1.5 dB
  • AM/FM audio demodulator (with built-in loudspeaker and headphones connector)
  • Internal RF trigger (trigger threshold approx. -20 dBm)
  • 5 ms full-span sweep time with fully synchronized sweep (FSEA, FSEB), 150 ms with FSEM, 230 ms with FSEK
  • 1 Micros zero-span sweep time
  • Pretrigger and trigger delay
  • Gated sweep

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