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  • Spectrum Analyzers and Signal Analyzers-Image
    Spectrum Analyzers and Signal Analyzers - (244 companies)
    Specifications Important frequency performance specifications to consider when searching for spectrum analyzers and signal analyzer include the frequency range, frequency accuracy, and frequency resolution. It is important that a spectrum analyzer... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Optical Spectrum Analyzers - (59 companies)
    ...wavelengths to pass through their filter at any one point, presenting an interference issue. Placing a monochromator in cascade with the optical spectrum analyzer can lessen this effect. Michelson interferometer based optical spectrum analyzers... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Laser Beam Analyzers - (40 companies)
    ...components, as well as any environmental conditions that may be affecting the laser beam. A laser beam analyzer can come with analog or digital camera systems and software for analyzing the images. Laser beam analyzers include optical spectrum analyzers... Learn More
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    Scalar Network Analyzers - (47 companies)
    Scalar network analyzers measure the amplitude portion of scattering or S-parameters, reflection and transmission coefficients between the incident and reflection waves that describe a device’s behavior under linear conditions at the microwave... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Audio Analyzers - (43 companies)
    ...audio analyzers have a dedicated analog oscillator for total harmonic distortion plus noise (THD+N) testing. Audio analyzers carry product specifications for both generator and analyzer performance. Generator performance specifications consist of sine... Learn More
  • Residual Gas Analyzers - (73 companies)
    ...analyzers, an electrostatic analyzer is added to separate particles with difference in kinetic energies. Residual gas analyzers ionize their samples using a variety of technologies and methods including electron impact ionization (EI), field ionization... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analyzers - (61 companies)
    ...and a negligible amount of POC in these samples. Selection. When selecting a TOC analyzer, industrial buyers should focus on the analysis methods and performance specifications of the device. Methods of Analysis. TOC analyzers can employ a number of different... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Network and Protocol Analyzers - (148 companies)
    Network analyzers and protocol analyzers are test equipment used to troubleshoot and analyze network problems. Network and Protocol Analyzers Information. Network and protocol analyzers are test equipment used to troubleshoot and analyze network... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Fiber Optic Test Equipment - (311 companies)
    Fiber optic test equipment is used to detect the signal loss/change through a fiber optic cable. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Computer Based Instruments - (48 companies)
    ...temperature, maximum shock, maximum vibration, analog bandwidth, and number of channels. A computer-based spectrum analyzer displays signal amplitude on the vertical axis and frequency on the horizontal axis. Computer-based spectrum analyzers... Learn More
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Computers can be used to directly control the operation of spectrum analyzers over GPIB. Computers can also be used to develop downloadable programs (DLPs) for spectrum analyzers. The analyzer can then store these programs in non-volatile memory. These custom measurement routines are then as easy...

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What is a Spectrum Analyzer? A measuring instrument that displays an electrical signal according to its frequency. When the signal and local oscillator are added at the mixer input, the suitable input level is the distortion level specification that doesn't influence the measurement. The level...

analyzers understand the importance of regular calibration and to explain to calibration lab metrologists the key steps in calibrating a spectrum analyzer. It begins with a brief recap of what a spectrum analyzer is and what it does and then goes on to describe several of the most important tests needed...

A leading manufacturer of Spectrum Analyzers with CATV and QAM / Video demodulation and measurements capabilities turned to Emerson & Cuming Microwave Products to quell an EMI problem in one of their front-end modules. During the initial design RF engineers discovered that interference was being...

The aim of this application note is to provide information allowing for better use of the power measurement functions, to explain the measurement method employed and to highlight the causes for inaccuracy....

In recent years, global environmental issues have received increasing attention, promoting effective initiatives to reduce greenhouse gases. In addition to CO2, a well known greenhouse gas, there are other gases that can damage the environment, including SO2 (sulfer dioxide) and NOX (nitrogen...

Averaging is a common technique for reducing the measurement uncertainty inherent in all measurements. Performing the same measurement a number of times and calculating the average of the measured values can often reduce the randomness of an experimental result. Many (if not most) instruments...

This application note is intended to explain the fundamentals of swept-tuned, superheterodyne spectrum analyzers and discuss the latest advances in spectrum analyzer capabilities. At the most basic level, the spectrum analyzer can be described as a frequency-selective, peak-responding voltmeter...

Fourier analyzers take a time-domain signal, digitizes it using digital sampling, and then performs the mathematics required to convert it to the frequency domain, and display the resulting spectrum. It is as if the analyzer is looking at the entire frequency range at the same time using parallel...

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