|Product Feature||Customer Benefit|
|Low Noise floor as low as -130 dBm||View lower powered signals (harmonics, interference sources) and ease trouble-shooting.|
|Displayed Average Noise Level determines the lowest power level an analyzer can resolve. It is effected by settings including PreAmps, Attenuation, and RBW. On the DSA700 Series, Typical DANL is as low as -130dBm. The Preamplifier is standard on all DSA700 Series models.|
|EMI PreCompliance measurements (option)||Use FCC bandwidths, EMI filter, and QuasiPeak Detector to make PreCompliance measurements during the design process saving time and money getting new products to market.|
|The Rigol DSA series of spectrum analyzers are ideal for performing near-field probing, conducted, and emitted precompliance measurements.
Add the S1210 PreCompliance software, Near Field Probes (NFP-3), and the EMI-DSA800 option to make complete EMI PreCompliance measurements with the DSA700 Series analyzers.
|Down to 100Hz Minimum Resolution Bandwidth (RBW)||Provides enough resolution to separate signals with similar frequencies enabling easier signal identification|
|Resolution Bandwidth sets the distance between measurements in frequency. This is important, for instance, when you need to differentiate between 2 carriers that are only 500 Hz apart. They can't be viewed as distinct signals with a RBW setting as large as the separation.
|Standard PreAmplifier included||The PreAmplifier significantly improves the instrument's noise floor enabling users to monitor and debug smaller signals.|
|Small signal detection and differentiation is critical to modern RF design and debugging. The standard preAmplifier on the DSA700 Series spectrum analyzer makes these signals and their characteristics easier to evaluate and improve.|
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