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Saelig Intros Advanced Economical Spectrum Analyzer
Low-cost spectrum analyzer.
Fairport, NY — Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced the Atten GA4063 Spectrum Analyzer, an advanced, high-specification instrument for evaluating signals from 9kHz to 3GHz. The unit has an easy-to-use keypad and soft-key layout, and a large 8.5-in. (800x480) full-color widescreen TFT LCD display, making it a cost-effective, user-friendly benchtop spectrum tool suited to a variety of LF to RF application demands.

Bandwidth resolution can be set from 1Hz to 3MHz in 1/3/10 sequence, with maximum input signal capability of +30dBm. The instrument's phase noise is a remarkably low -95dBc/Hz (offset10kHz), and displayed average noise level (DANL) specification is ≤-130dBm (preamplifier off 10MHz to 2.5GHz ≤-148dBm; preamplifier on 10MHz to 2.5GHz: typical -160dBm).

Advanced measurements offered include: channel power, adjacent channel power, occupied bandwidth, harmonic distortion, third-order intermodulation distortion, and phase noise. Other features include simultaneous trace displays, color display by bandwidth selection, and waterfall plots.

The GA4063 offers standard USB, LAN and RS-232 communication interfaces, virtual terminal display, and control, and remote network access is possible using custom or commonly-available vendor software. A useful pushbutton help system provides information about each function key and front-panel menu key. An optional 3GHz Tracking Generator version is also available.

Designed to be used in electronics manufacturing, maintenance, RF education, and R&D situations, it measures 16 x 8 x 7-in. (406 x 203 x 178mm) and weighs 15.4 lbs. (7kg). Included with the unit are a user guide, programming manual for automating operations, and an accessory kit.

Contact: Saelig Co. Inc., 71 Perinton Parkway, Fairport, NY 14450 888-772-3544 or 585-385-1750 fax: 585-385-1768 E-mail: Web:


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