FSP38 Rohde & Schwarz Spectrum Analyzer
The FSP38 is a 40 GHz spectrum analyzer from Rohde & Schwarz. A spectrum analyzer measures the power of spectrums of known and unknown signals. Spectrum analyzers collect information such as the magnitude of an input signal compared to its frequency. As a frequency analyzer, spectrum analyzers’ main use is to document and analyze electrical input signals as well as spectral compositions of other signals.
- Frequency range: 9 kHz to 40 GHz
- Frequency resolution: 0.01 Hz
- Reference frequency, internal nominal
- External reference frequency: 10 MHz
- Frequency display: with marker or frequency counter
- Marker resolution: span/500
- Max deviation (sweep time > 3⋅x auto sweep time): ± ( frequency x reference accuracy + 0.5% x span + 10% x RBW + 1/2 LSD )
- Frequency counter resolution: 0.1 Hz to 10 kHz (selectable)
- Count accuracy (S/N >25 dB): ± (frequency x reference error + 1/2 (last digit))
- Frequency span: 0 Hz, 10 Hz to 40 GHz
- Max span deviation: 0.1%
The ideal partner for both development and production, featuring good level measurement uncertainty, as well as excellent RF characteristics. The R&S FSP38 incorporates proven technology to enable best performance, reliability and ease of service. The Rohde & Schwarz FSP38 Spectrum Analyzer is capable of testing spurious emissions stipulated in the GSM specifications and has a firmware to allow adjacent-channel power (ACP) measurement to the W-CDMA/third-generation partnership project (3GPP).
This measurement is implemented in the Rohde & Schwarz FSP38 by automatic test routines which make all necessary settings, measurements and filtering. The electronic attenuator for a spectrum analyzer increases the availability for use in production and allows a number of switching operations in a wear-and-tear-free setting range of 30 dB in 5 dB steps.