Agilent/HP 35660A Dual Channel Dynamic Signal Analyzer

Agilent/HP 35660A Dual Channel Dynamic Signal Analyzer
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP 35660A Dual Channel Dynamic Signal Analyzer


Agilent/HP 35660A Dual Channel Dynamic Signal Analyzer

Rent me for $300 a month

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  • Option 001 Add 2 Mbyte RAM
  • Option W30 

   The Agilent/HP 35660A Dual-Channel, Dynamic Signal Analyzer is an FFT-based instrument that provides spectrum and network measurements in electronics, mechanical test, acoustics, and other low frequency application areas. The analyzer also offers built-in test and automation features, traditionally available only with a computer. The unit performs spectrum analysis from 488µHz to 102.4kHz and network analysis from 244µHz to 51.2kHz. The FFT provides 401 lines of resolution in both one- and two-channel modes. Accuracy is ±0.003% of frequency reading.


  • Network and spectrum analysis
  • 102.4 kHz single-channel measurements
  • 401-line resolution
  • ±0.5 dB amplitude accuracy
  • ±0.4 dB and ± 1.0 degree channel match

   The Agilent/HP 35660A is typically 10 to 100 times faster than swept-spectrum analyzers for equivalent measurements, and it provides higher resolution (244 µHz throughout the 102.4 kHz frequency range).  This speed and resolution contribute to the quality of HP 35660A tests for distortion, spur level, frequency drift, intermodulation, and other signal parameters.  With two input channels and a built-ion source, the HP 35660A can quickly measure the response of a low-frequency filters and networks.

   The Agilent/HP 35660A is also a good choice for low-frequency transmission measurements in telecommunications and other area.  To ensure highly accurate magnitude and phase measurements, the Agilent/HP 35660A offers ±0.4dB gain and ±1.0 degree input channel phase match.  For custom analysis of these measurements, the Agilent/HP 35660A provides a wide range of waveform math features.

   The 35660A is well-suited to applications that require vibration monitoring at full load.  With the built-in limit tables, users can implement vibration and health monitoring programs on engines, machine tools, and other equipment, without an external computer and without programming.  The analyzer's internal disk drive makes it easy to record, store, and recall limits for production or maintenance testing.

   The 35660A uses forces and exponential windows to perform frequency response testing of mechanical devices and structures.  Using HP Instrument BASIC, the analyzer can simplify data collection for your modal surveys.  For complete modal analysis, you can choose from several third-party modal packages.

   Another application area for the 35660A is acoustics and noise measurements.  This includes testing for room and device responses, noise identification and level, and underwater acoustic tests such as sono-buoy and sonar transducer testing.  Acoustic intensity measurements are available with third-party software.