B&K Precision 3.3 Ghz Handheld Spectrum Analyzer

B&K Precision 3.3 Ghz Handheld Spectrum Analyzer
Manufacturer: B&K Precision
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B&K Precision 2650 3.3 Ghz Handheld Spectrum Analyzer

B&K Precision 2650 3.3 Ghz Handheld Spectrum Analyzer

   B&K Precision's 2650 Handheld 3.3-GHz Spectrum Analyzer provides excellent performance and functions for many applications. This compact, lightweight and inexpensive unit is perfect for testing W-CDMA, CDMA, GSM, PDC, PHS, Wireless LAN and Bluetooth systems.

   Use channel power measurement to determine sum of power in zone specified by zone center and zone width. Measure total power in the specified frequency band plus noise power. Also measure adjacent channel power leakage as the ratio of power in range specified by offset frequency and bandwidth to carrier wave power. Upper and lower side power leakage are measured. Select from three measurement methods: total power, reference level and in-band method from the classification of definition of carrier wave power. Measure occupied frequency bandwidth as bandwidth of point that's lower by X (dB) than peak level or as bandwidth of the point of Y (%) of total power.

   Choose from two marker measurement modes. Normal marker mode measures and displays frequency (maximum effective number of digits is seven) and level (maximum effective number of digits is three) of marker point. Use delta marker mode to measure and display frequency difference and level difference between two markers (one of which is a reference marker). Peak search has two modes. Use normal peak search mode to search for peak level with all of 10 div of frequency axis as the search range. NEXT search up to nine is permitted in normal peak search mode. In-zone peak search mode searches for peak level in a range specified by center value and width. The marker moves to peak level at each sweep in the in-zone peak search mode.

   Model 2650 includes installed fuse, ac adapter, NiMH battery, accessory pouch, soft carrying case and operating manual. Measuring 6.38" x 2.76" x 10.24" excluding projections and stand, this spectrum analyzer weighs 3.75 pounds with battery. The dimensions are as small as 162 (W) × 70 (H) × 260 (D) mm, and the weight is only 1.7 kg including the battery. It is very convenient for outdoor use and while on business trips. This bandwidth covers those of W-CDMA, CDMA, PDC, PHS, GSM, 2.4GHz band wireless LAN, Bluetooth. When the battery is fully charged, Model 2650 operates for about 100 minutes (with the back light turned off). It is extremely convenient for outdoor use and for measuring wireless LAN installation environment. Model 2650 guarantees a highly stable frequency axis by PLL synthesizer system. The center frequency setting resolution is 100kHz. Furthermore, the average noise level of -110dBm (typical) provides a wide dynamic range and the reference level can be set in 1 dB step.The center frequency is set at the spectrum of the maximum level in the 3.3GHz band, and in addition, optimum reference level, resolution bandwidth, video bandwidth and sweep time are set when the AUTO TUNE key is pressed.

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