- 30Hz - 2.9GHz frequency range
- -151dBm noise floor
- 1Hz - 2MHz RBW
- Low phase noise and wide dynamic range
- Precision timebase and 1 Hz counter resolution
The ability to measure adjacent-channel power (ACP) on todays wireless telephones, pagers and other transmitters is critical in both RD and manufacturing. The HP 8560 E-series spectrum analyzers offer a complete solution for ACP testing of burst carrier signals using digital modulation such as is used in NADC-TDMA, GSM, DECT, CT2-CAI, PDC and PHS systems. Many of the implementation difficulties of the established standards have been addressed, providing fast, accurate and easy-to-use ACP measurement capability. Measure W-CDMA adjacent channel power ratio (ACPR) with a dynamic range of at least 70 dB using the HP 8563E Option E35 ACPR Test Set.
Another standard feature is the ability to measure from .10 to 99.99 percent occupied bandwidth.
Time-gated signal analysis is another standard feature that allows you to easily measure time-varying signals such as pulsed RF, time-division multiple access, interleaved and burst-modulated. The HP 85902A burst carrier trigger can supply a TTL trigger signal.
HP 8560 E-series specifications have been enhanced. Now, you can get better phase noise, sensitivity, dynamic range and frequency response from this high performance portable spectrum analyzer family.
With the HP 85672A spurious response measurements utility, you can use HP 8560 E-series spectrum analyzers to make fast and easy spurious response tests.
Digitally-implemented resolution bandwidths of 1, 3, 10, 30 and100 Hz allow the HP 8560 E-series spectrum analyzers to sweep from 3 to 600 times faster than is possible with comparable analog filters. A narrow 5:1 shape factor allows you to view close-in, low-level signals easily.
Digital bandwidths also provide the spectrum analyzer with a full 100 dB on-screen calibrated display.
HP BenchLink Spectrum Analyzer PC software provides an easyto- use communications link between your PC and the HP 8560 Series spectrum analyzers. Taking full advantage of the Windows interface, you can easily transfer screen images or trace data via the HP-IB interface, thereby making it easy to capture, analyze and document measurement results your PC.
Measure frequencies accurately using the built-in frequency counter. A standard precision frequency reference, with an aging rate of 1 x 10^7 per year, and 1 Hz counter resolution provide confidence in measurement accuracy. At 1 GHz, frequency accuracy of 135 Hz after a 15-minute warmup is achieved.
Amplitude measurement uncertainty can be reduced using the amplitude correction (AMPCOR) feature. AMPCOR allows you to enter up to 200 amplitude correction points to compensate for sources of amplitude uncertainty, such as cable losses, preamplifier gain and spectrum analyzer frequency response. After developing a table of correction data, amplitudes that have been referenced to a power meter can be read directly on the spectrum analyzer display.
Add digitization to fast time-domain (zero span) sweeps with Option 007. Use markers, trace math, trace storage and get hardcopy output, for measurements such as rise/fall times, pulse widths and time between events.
The HP 8560E and 8561E offer excellent performance for RF design, manufacturing and service applications. The HP 8560E has a frequency range of 30 Hz to 2.9 GHz, and the HP 8561E extends this range up to 6.5 GHz. Both have synthesized tuning for drift-free accurate measurements.
The HP 8562E is a high-performance spectrum analyzer that provides the frequency and dynamic range needed for todays high-speed digital wireless communication applications. It allows manufacturing and RD engineers to test network components with state-of-the-art performance.
The HP 8562E has a frequency range of 30 Hz to 13.2 GHz, which covers the spur-search ranges specified by leading standards organizations in Europe and in the United States.
The HP 8563E extends the outstanding features and capabilities of the HP 8560 E-series RF spectrum analyzers into the microwave frequency range. The HP 8563E has a standard frequency range of 9 kHz to 26.5GHz (preselected from 2.75 GHz to 26.5 GHz), with optional low-end frequency coverage to 30 Hz. The image-enhanced, double-balanced harmonic mixer of the HP 8563E achieves noise-figure performance similar to that of a fundamentally-mixed front end.
Whether you want to measure the third harmonic of a 15 GHz oscillator or the noise sidebands of a 38 GHz carrier, the HP 8564E and 8565E make spectrum analysis easier than ever before. A single coaxial connection is all you need to measure signals from 30 Hz to 50 GHz. Preselection minimizes images and multiple responses at higher frequencies.
The HP 8564E has a frequency range of 9 kHz to 40 GHz, the HP 8565E of 9 kHz to 50 GHz. Both have optional low-end coverage to 30 Hz and are preselected above 2.75 GHz.