Agilent/HP 3562A 100 Khz Dynamic Signal Analyzer

Agilent/HP 3562A 100 Khz Dynamic Signal Analyzer
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP 3562A 100 Khz Dynamic Signal Analyzer

 

Agilent/HP 3562A 100 Khz Dynamic Signal Analyzer

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  The Agilent/HP 3562A Dynamic Signal Analyzer is a dual-channel fast Fourier transform-based network, spectrum and waveform analyzer which provides analysis capabilities in both the time and frequency domains. The dc-to-100 kHz frequency range, 150 dB measurement range and 80 dB dynamic range of the analyzer makes it a powerful solution for testing and analysis in electronics, mechanics and electromechanical control systems. Two high performance input channels and a built-in signal source (noise and sine signals) address network analysis on the bench or in a test system. Zoom analysis with frequency resolution to 25.6 µHz plus a powerful AM, FM and PM demodulation function makes the Agilent/HP 3562A a versatile spectrum analyzer. For transient or waveform analysis, signals can be sampled, digitized then stored in an internal memory, or directed via HP-IB to an external disc drive (without a computer). The stored waveforms can be recalled and analyzed in the time and frequency domains (baseband and zoom analysis).

   Additional features include a full range of data analysis capabilities such as vector averaging, block-operation Waveform Math, a 40-pole/40-zero Curve Fitter and Frequency Response Synthesis. Front panel operations can be automated without a computer with built-in Auto Sequence programming, or with computers through complete HP-IB programmability. For documentation of results with hardcopy or mass storage, the Agilent/HP 3562A can control digital plotters and external disc drives directly via HP-IB. Network Analysis

   Accurate, high resolution frequency response measurements of electronic and mechanical systems can be performed with Linear Resolution FFT, Logarithmic Resolution and Swept Sine Analysis. A built-in signal source provides a variety of random noise and sinewave signals to meet the requirements of the system under test. Linear Resolution is the measurement technique common to all Dynamic Signal Analyzers. In the Agilent/HP 3562A, 2048-point time records are Fourier-transformed in to 801-line frequency spectra.

   For network analysis, frequency response magnitude and phase, as well as input and output power spectra, can be measured with 801 lines of resolution. Accuracy for the frequency response magnitude and phase is ± 0.1 dB and ± 0.5°. Logarithmic Resolution uses the speed of Linear Resolution FFT measurements to create frequency responses similar to a log-sweep swept sine test. Linear Resolution points are combined internally (rather than just reformatted), on the fly, to create 80-point-per-decade measurements over 1 to 5 decades. Start and stop frequencies can be selected in a 1-2-5 sequence from 0.1 Hz to 100 kHz (for a 0.1 Hz start frequency the maximum stop frequency is 10 kHz - 5 decades). The Swept Sine mode reconfigures the Agilent/HP 3562A as a powerful swept sine frequency response analyzer. The source can generate linear or logarithmic sweeps with increasing or decreasing frequency; user-selectable sweep rate and resolution are also standard source functions. Input channel functions include user-selectable averaging and integration time; automatic input ranging can be activated to provided over 130 dB of dynamic range for measurements of high performance systems

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