SR785 Stanford Research Signal Analyzer

The SR785 is a 102 kHz signal analyzer from Stanford Research. Engineers use signal analyzers to combine the capabilities of spectrum and vector signal analyzers. A signal analyzer is a piece of electronic test equipment that takes measurements of power, magnitude, distortion, phase noise, modulation, and demodulation quality of input signals.

Additional Features:

  • DC to 102.4 kHz Bandwidth
  • 90 dB Dynamic Range
  • 16-bit A/D Conversion
  • Low Distortion Synthesized Source
  • ANSI Standard Octave Measurements
  • 145 dB Dynamic Range Swept Sine Mode
  • Order Tracking
  • 20 Pole/Zero Curve Fitting
  • Time/Histogram Mode
  • Internal and External Triggering
  • File Output to SDF, MAT, UFF, and ASCII
  • Graphics Output to GIF, EPS, PCX, HPGL
  • 3.5" MS-DOS Compatible Disk Drive
  • GPIB and RS-232 Interfaces
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