80E01 Tektronix Optical Analyzer
The 80E01 is an optical analyzer from Tektronix. An optical spectrum analyzer, also called an optical analyzer, is a precision instrument that measures the power of an optical source. This electronic test equipment is for monitoring power distribution over a specified wavelength span. It displays the measurement in a graph, where power is the vertical scale and wavelength is the horizontal scale.
- Bandwidth: 50 GHz
- Application Type: High-frequency, high maximum operating range signal acquisition
- 1 Channels
- Input Impedance: 50 ±0.5 Ω
- Channel Input Connector: 2.4 mm female, precision adapter to 2.92 mm included with 50 Ω SMA termination
- Vertical Sensitivity Range: 10 mV to 1.0 V full scale
- DC Vertical Voltage Accuracy, Single Point, within ±2 °C of Compensated Temperature: ±[2 mV + 0.007 (Offset) + 0.02 (Vertical Value - Offset)]
- RMS Noise: 1.8 mV, ≤2.3 mV (maximum)
- Best Signal Fidelity
- Independent Sampler Deskew Ensures Easy Fixture and Probe De-embedding
- Precision Microwave Connectors (3.5 mm, 2.92 mm, 2.4 mm, and 1.85 mm)
- Probe Support
- Impedance Characterization and S-parameter Measurements for Serial Data Applications
- Advanced Jitter, Noise and BER Analysis
- Channel and Eye Diagram Simulation and Measurement-based Spice Modeling
The Tektronix 80E01 is a single-channel, 70+ and 50 GHz bandwidth sampling module. The 80E01 provides superior maximum operating range of ±1.6 V. This module can be used with the optional 2-meter extender cable, which ensures superior signal fidelity and measurement flexibility.
All modules have independent incident step and receiver deskew to remove the effect of measurement fixtures and probes, that enable faster and easier de-embedding of test fixtures.
When used with Tektronix 80SJNB Jitter, Noise, and BER software, these modules enable separation of both Jitter and noise into their components, understand precise causes of Eye closure, and obtain highly accurate extrapolation of BER and 3-D Eye contour. When used with 82A04 phase reference module, time-base accuracy can be improved down to 200 fsRMS Jitter, which together with the 300 μV noise floor and 14 bits of resolution ensures the highest signal fidelity for the measured signals.