Saelig has introduced the GSP-930 - a 3GHz Spectrum Analyzer designed on a new generation platform to offer high stability, a large screen display, light weight and compact size. Its advanced Spectrogram and Topography features greatly expand the application range of this versatile RF analysis instrument.
The 9kHz ~ 3GHz GSP-930 provides high frequency stability (25ppb or 0.025ppm), and a very low noise floor of -142dBm (pre-amplifier on) for high-sensitivity measurements. Flexible selection of fifty-eight Resolution Bandwidth (RBW) ranges, together with Spectrogram and Topographic display features, enable the GSP-930 to capture and display transient, drifting, and hopping signals in great detail. (A smaller frequency RBW setting will produce a lower noise floor but will increase the sweep time.) Other notable features include Spectrum Emission Mask (SEM), Power Measurements, AM/FM demodulation and analysis, TOI/CNR/CSO/CTB measurements, gated sweep function, 1Hz resolution marker/counter, etc. The combination of frequency domain information and time domain information display facilitates the tracing of RF signal variations over time.
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