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Signal Analyzer

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Agilent Technologies Inc.’s EXA millimeter-wave signal analyzer covers frequencies up to 44 GHz. With external mixing, it can cover up to 325 GHz.

The analyzer is expandable, accommodates a wide variety of measurement applications and can be easily upgraded. Its portability makes it suitable for applications in aerospace/defense and wireless communications backhaul.

The system weighs 16 kg, produces sensitivity of ≤140 dBm/Hz across the V-band (with proprietary smart harmonic mixers) and enables accurate measurement of spurs and harmonics. With its good phase-noise performance, it meets tight regulations and test requirements for millimeter-wave device design and performance verification.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2012
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