Rigol Introduces Low Cost, Real-Time 3 GHz Spectrum Analyzer

first_imgRIGOL Technologies has announced a new low-cost Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer (RSA3000E) to its RF Test Portfolio. The New RSA3000E Spectrum Analyzers bring the power of UltraReal real-time analysis to a new class of customers who previously had no access to this advanced capability. The RSA3000E combines the power of a high performance Swept Spectrum Analyzer with the analysis capability of a Real-Time Analyzer at an unprecedented entry-level price point of $1,799.The RSA3000E is available in 1.5GHz and 3GHz models with available tracking generators. The instruments come standard with 10 MHz of Real-time analysis bandwidth with seamless capture and a 9.3 microsecond 100%POI. The RSA3000E provides the same 7 rich visualization modes and powerful triggering capability as RIGOL’s other UltraReal products, only at a lower entry price. The RSA3000E also can function as a traditional swept spectrum analyzer with class-leading specifications. Resolution Bandwidth (RBW) is standard at 1Hz, noise floor as low as -161dBm, phase noise of -102dBc/Hz, and a full span sweep as fast as 1ms provides a powerful analyzer for the entry-level customer.RIGOL helped create the market for entry-level spectrum analysis years ago with the DSA815 analyzer. By making it affordable and reliable the company is making spectrum analyzers accessible to an entirely new class of customers and has helped put analyzers on every test bench. This combination of performance, quality and price helped make the DSA815 the most popular spectrum analyzer on the planet. The RSA3000E is enabled with advanced analysis capabilities, which make it a perfect choice for embedded IOT engineers integrating RF technologies and those customers doing EMI pre-compliance testing.The integrated EMI pre-compliance option (RSA3000E-EMI) provides a complete EMI Pre-Compliance Solution allowing engineers to measure, compare, analyze, and report on EMI issues throughout their design process. Features like integrated CISPR Bandwidths and Detectors, simple limit line construction, automated multi-segment scan, and up to three simultaneous detectors make it simple to get initial scans and measurements. Advanced capabilities like real-time detector measurements, automated peak/limit searches, and simple correction table integration make configuring more complex test environments and analyzing results easier than ever before. Lastly, comprehensive setup, storage and report generation capabilities make it easy to document, share, and repeat your tests.The integrated ASK/FSK Demodulation Option (RSA3000E-ASK/FSK) allows RF engineers to characterize today’s ubiquitous ASK and FSK modulation schemes. The Demodulation Application gives engineers the ability to utilize up to 13 integrated measurement functions including I/Q waveform and RF Envelope, Constellation and Vector Diagrams, Symbol Level Decode, Time and Frequency, and Bit Error Analysis against known sequences providing quick insight into signal behaviors.While the RSA3000E is priced to make it accessible to HAMs, hobbyists, and educators, the advanced performance and capabilities make it an attractive option for IoT device integration, EMI and other commercial applications. The RSA3000E is available and shipping now. Click here to know more about the RSA3000E.last_img read more

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We chose between Gutiérrez and Hülkenberg, confirmed Szafnauer – F1sport.cz

first_imgOn Friday night, word came that Sergio Pérez had tested positive for COVID-19. A difficult process, at the end of which Nico Hülkenberg is in a Racing Point car, but started a few hours earlier. Pérez’s first test was inconclusive.“I started thinking about it when Chec’s first test was inconclusive,” said Racing Point boss Otmar Szafnauer.“I was hoping that the next step would be a negative result, but you have to hope for the best and prepare for the worst.”“We did it in parallel with Nice and Esteban, Stoffel couldn’t be here this weekend because he has a Formula E commitment, so it was Esteban or Nico.”“We talked about it with our technical team, who thought Nico would be better because he knows us really well, he knows all the engineers, he knows our systems, our processes, our simulator. And he also has relevant experience from last year’s F1. ”Although Gutiérrez has tested in recent years, he was last in the race in 2016.“We needed someone who could get points for us, so we decided that Nico would be the best for us.”Hülkenberg arrived from Germany last night. Racing Point was then lucky several times. The factory is located next to the circuit, so the mechanics could adjust the seat “at home” and Hülkenberg even managed to ride a few laps on the simulator.In addition, it is about the same size as Lance Stroll, so even with racing overalls, there was no problem. The logos of the Racing Point sponsors then quickly stuck to the black helmet and it was done. There was only one thing to wait … Hülkenberg must have had a negative test for COVID-19 as a new person in the paddock. His results came 15 minutes before the start of the first training session.Pérez will probably have to stay in isolation for 10 days, so it is very likely that Hülkenberg will have two races at Silverstone. The team has already confirmed that if Pérez is not able to drive in a week, he will remain in the Hülkenberg car.last_img read more

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