N9342C handheld spectrum analyser

Tuesday, 07 September, 2010 | Supplied by: Keysight Technologies Australia Pty Ltd



The N9342C handheld spectrum analyser, designed for RF technicians and engineers performing installation, maintenance and surveillance of RF systems in the field, provides fast, precise measurements, is easy to use and has a range of user customisation and ergonomic features.

The instrument provides measurement from 100 kHz to 7 GHz, tunable to 9 kHz. Measurements include transmitter and component test, receiving path signal monitoring and antenna tuning. RF environment measurements include band clearance, signal coverage and interface hunting.

The analyser’s performance ensures accuracy, while a task planner capability, which cuts test set-up time by 95% and allows users to boost their work efficiency, automates routine tasks.

A set of standard, one-button measurements including ACP, OBW and channel power, which help characterise signal quality is provided. An optimised keypad design allows access to most functions within two button pushes.

A rugged, fanless design makes it suitable for tough field environments, while an optional three-in-one ergonomic backpack gives comfort and provides true hands-free operation. With automatic LCD brightness and keypad backlight control, the instrument’s screen can be viewed day or night.

The analyser can be remotely controlled via a USB/LAN connection and free PC software. A dedicated user key and customisable frequency channel table, frequency/amplitude correct and limit allow the user to personalise the instrument set-up.

Other key features include: a built-in optional 7 GHz tracking generator; a built-in optional GPS receiver and GPS antenna that provides precise location information; an optional spectrum monitor with spectrogram record and playback functions; optional support for an optional USB power sensor that offers high-accuracy, power measurement up to 24 GHz; an optional user data sanitation feature for security purposes; an optional 8 GHz directional antenna that enables users to hunt for interference; a built-in power connector for a company active RF probe that ensures precise in-circuit measurements.

Online: www.keysight.com
Phone: 03 9566 1260
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