Rigol Technologies spectrum analyzers offer DANL of -148 dBm

Rigol Technologies DSA1000 series spectrum analyzers

The DSA1000 series includes an 8.5-in. widescreen TFT color display, bandwidth ranging from 9 kHz to 3 GHz with a minimum resolution bandwidth (RBW) of 10 Hz, and phase noise indicators at -88 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz. The spectrum analyzers have a displayed average noise level (DANL) of -148 dBm, an overall uncertainty factor of less than 1 dB and are available with 1 Gbyte of internal storage.
Rigol Technologies
Oakwood Village, OH


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High Performance, 2 & 3 GHz Spectrum Analyzers with Intuitive Front Panel for Easy Programming

Oakwood Village, OH – March 23, 2011 – Rigol Technologies, Inc. <http://www.rigolna.com/> introduces a line of 2 and 3 GHz spectrum analyzers, designed to improve efficiency with a new interface as well as a widescreen construction, new key layout and feature set. These analyzers are ideal for bench top or field service measurement in the cellular, education, automotive, wireless and electronic industries. The latest spectrum analyzers from Rigol help users save time in instrument set-up and in reacquiring signals by making front panel measurement easy through use of auto-functions, saving/recalling setups, traces and test states. With compact designs of under 15 lbs, these spectrum analyzers are well suited to portable applications, and come with optional battery packs capable of 3 hours of continuous operation.

The new Rigol spectrum analyzer line includes the DSA1000A series, designed with high performance testing and measurement capabilities, and the DSA1000 series, ideal for basic measurement. Features include an 8.5” widescreen TFT color display, bandwidth ranging from 9kHz to 3GHz with a minimum resolution bandwidth (RBW) of 10Hz, and phase noise indicators at -88dBc/Hz at 10kHz. Additionally, Rigol’s spectrum analyzers have a displayed average noise level (DANL) of -148dBm, an overall uncertainty factor of less than 1dB and are available with 1 GB of intern al storage for saving thousands of measurements and system configurations, improving overall analysis at an affordable cost.

The DSA1000A and the DSA1000 series provide a variety of interface options for production test and system environments, including: USB host/device, VGA, LAN interface (LXI-C compliant), and PictBridge printing. An optional USB-GPIB adapter is also available, and the new rack mount kit enables easy integration into existing system infrastructures.

Additional customization features include a tracking generator for testing RF components or insertion loss, analysis software, GPIB, and RF kits. Rigol’s spectrum analyzers are widely used for benchtop or field service of RF signals, including measurements of channels, noise and bandwidth, as well as in electronic manufacturing, RF education, and R&D. These spectrum analyzers are available immediately upon request. Pricing begins at $2999 and is dependant upon frequency and other options.

About Rigol Technologies:
Rigol Technologies, Inc, an ISO9001:2000 Quality Management System and ISO14001:2004 Environmental Management System Certified company, is one of the worldwide leaders in test and measurement instrumentation.  Rigol’s premium line of products includes Digital Oscilloscopes, RF Spectrum Analyzers, Digital Multimeters, Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators, and Digital Programmable Power Supplies. With their US Headquarters just outside of Cleveland, OH, Rigol also offers products and services in over 60 countries/regions on six continents, with more than 150 distributors and representatives.


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