Spectrum Analyzers - RSA6000 Series

Spectrum Analyzers
RSA6000 Series Data Sheet
Trigger
Trigger on Frequency Edge or Power Level Transients with a
Minimum Event Duration of 3.8 μs in the Frequency Domain, 9.1 ns
in Time Domain
DPX Density™ Trigger Activated Directly from DPX Display
Time-qualified and Runt Triggers Trap Elusive Transients
Frequency Mask Trigger Captures Any Change in Frequency Domain
Capture
Up to 1.7 s Acquisitions at 110 MHz Bandwidth can be Directly Stored
as MATLAB™ Compatible Files
Gap-free Spectrogram Records up to 4444 Days of Spectral
Information for Analysis and Replay
Interfaces with TekConnect® Probes for RF Probing
Features & Benefits
RSA6000 Series 6.2, 14, and 20 GHz Spectrum Analyzers
High-performance Spectrum Analysis
20 dBm 3rd Order Intercept at 2 GHz, Typical
Displayed Average Noise Level –151 dBm/Hz at 2 GHz
(–170 dBm/Hz, Preamp On, typical) enables Low-level Signal Search
±0.5 dB Absolute Amplitude Accuracy to 3 GHz for High
Measurement Confidence
Fully Preselected and Image Free at All Times for Maximum Dynamic
Range at Any Acquisition Bandwidth
Fastest High-resolution Sweep Speed: 1 GHz sweep in 10 kHz RBW
in less than 1 second
Discover
DPX® Spectrum Processing provides an Intuitive Understanding
of Time-varying RF Signals with Color-graded Displays based on
Frequency of Occurrence
Revolutionary DPX Displays Transients with a Minimum Event
Duration of 3.7 μs
Swept DPX Spectrum enables Unprecedented Signal Discovery over
Full Instrument Span
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Time-correlated Multidomain Displays for Quicker Understanding of
Cause and Effect when Troubleshooting
Power, Spectrum, and Statistics Measurements help you Characterize
Components and Systems: Channel Power, ACLR, Power vs. Time,
CCDF, OBW/EBW, and Spur Search
AM/FM/PM Modulation and Audio Measurements (Opt. 10)
Phase Noise and Jitter Measurements (Opt. 11)
Settling Time Measurements, Frequency, and Phase (Opt. 12)
Pulse Measurements (Opt. 20) – Over 20 Vector and Scalar
Parameters including Rise Time, Pulse Width, Pulse-to-Pulse Phase
provide Deep Insight into Pulse Train Behavior
General Purpose Digital Modulation Analysis (Opt. 21) provides
Vector Signal Analyzer Functionality for Over 20 Modulation Types
Flexible OFDM analysis of 802.11a/g/j and WiMAX 802.16-2004
Applications
Spectrum Management – Find Interference and Unknown Signals
Radar/EW – Full Characterization of Pulsed and Hopping Systems
Characterize Radar and Pulsed RF Signals
RF Debug – Components, Modules, and Systems
Radio/Satellite Communications – Analyze Time-variant Behavior of
Cognitive Radio and Software-defined Radio Systems
EMI Diagnostics – Increase Confidence that Designs will Pass
Compliance Testing
Data Sheet
and Spurious measurements. Available Phase Noise and General
Purpose Modulation Analysis measurements round out the expected set
of high-performance analysis tools.
But, just being a high-performance signal analyzer is not sufficient to meet
the demands of today’s hopping, transient signals.
Revolutionary DPX® spectrum display reveals transient signal behavior that helps you
discover instability, glitches, and interference. Here, an infrequently occurring transient
is seen in detail. The frequency of occurrence is color-graded, indicating the infrequent
transient event in blue and the noise background in red. The DPX Density™ Trigger is
activated, seen in the measurement box at the center of the screen, and Trigger On
This™ has been activated. Any signal density greater than the selected level causes a
trigger event.
High-performance Spectrum and Vector
Signal Analysis, and a Lot More
The RSA6000 Series replaces conventional high-performance signal
analyzers, offering the measurement confidence and functionality you
demand for everyday tasks. A typical 20 dBm TOI and –151 dBm/Hz DANL
at 2 GHz gives you the dynamic range you expect for challenging spectrum
analysis measurements. All analysis is fully preselected and image free.
The RSA6000 Series uses broadband preselection filters that are always in
the signal path. You never have to compromise between dynamic range and
analysis bandwidth by ‘switching out the preselector’.
A complete toolset of power and signal statistics measurements is standard,
including Channel Power, ACLR, CCDF, Occupied Bandwidth, AM/FM/PM,
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The RSA6000 Series will help you to easily discover design issues that
other signal analyzers may miss. The revolutionary DPX® spectrum display
offers an intuitive live color view of signal transients changing over time in
the frequency domain, giving you immediate confidence in the stability of
your design, or instantly displaying a fault when it occurs. This live display
of transients is impossible with other signal analyzers. Once a problem is
discovered with DPX®, the RSA6000 Series spectrum analyzers can be set
to trigger on the event, capture a contiguous time record of changing RF
events, and perform time-correlated analysis in all domains. You get the
functionality of a high-performance spectrum analyzer, wideband vector
signal analyzer, and the unique trigger-capture-analyze capability of a
real-time spectrum analyzer – all in a single package.
Discover
The patented DPX® spectrum processing engine brings live analysis
of transient events to spectrum analyzers. Performing up to 292,968
frequency transforms per second, transients of a minimum event duration
of 3.7 μs in length are displayed in the frequency domain. This is orders
of magnitude faster than swept analysis techniques. Events can be
color coded by rate of occurrence onto a bitmapped display, providing
unparalleled insight into transient signal behavior. The DPX spectrum
processor can be swept over the entire frequency range of the instrument,
enabling broadband transient capture previously unavailable in any
spectrum analyzer. In applications that require only spectral information,
Opt. 200 provides gap-free spectral recording, replay, and analysis of up
to 60,000 spectral traces. Spectrum recording resolution is variable from
110 μs to 6400 s per line.
Spectrum Analyzers — RSA6000 Series
triggering when a frequency domain event lasts for a specified time. Runt
triggers capture troublesome infrequent pulses that either turn on or turn off
to an incorrect level, greatly reducing time to fault.
DPX Density™ Trigger works on the measured frequency of occurrence or
density of the DPX display. The unique Trigger On This™ function allows
the user to simply point at the signal of interest on the DPX display, and
a trigger level is automatically set to trigger slightly below the measured
density level. You can capture low-level signals in the presence of high-level
signals at the click of a button.
The Frequency Mask Trigger (FMT) is easily configured to monitor all
changes in frequency occupancy within the acquisition bandwidth.
Trigger and Capture: The DPX Density™ Trigger monitors for changes in the frequency
domain, and captures any violations into memory. The spectrogram display (left panel)
shows frequency and amplitude changing over time. By selecting the point in time in
the spectrogram where the spectrum violation triggered the DPX Density™ Trigger, the
frequency domain view (right panel) automatically updates to show the detailed spectrum
view at that precise moment in time.
Trigger
Tektronix has a long history of innovative triggering capability, and the
RSA Series spectrum analyzers lead the industry in triggered signal
analysis. The RSA6000 Series provides unique triggers essential for
troubleshooting modern digitally implemented RF systems. Trigger types
include time-qualified power, runt, density, and frequency mask.
Time qualification can be applied to any internal trigger source, enabling
capture of ‘the short pulse’ or ‘the long pulse’ in a pulse train, or only
A Power Trigger working in the time domain can be armed to monitor for a
user-set power threshold. Resolution bandwidths may be used with the
power trigger for band limiting and noise reduction. Two external triggers
are available for synchronization to test system events.
Capture
Capture once – make multiple measurements without recapturing. All
signals in an acquisition bandwidth are recorded into the RSA6000
Series deep memory. Record lengths vary depending upon the selected
acquisition bandwidth – up to 1.7 seconds at 110 MHz, 81.9 seconds
at 1 MHz, or 1.46 hours at 10 kHz bandwidth with FMT / Deep Memory
(Opt. 02). Real-time capture of small signals in the presence of large
signals is enabled with 73 dB SFDR in all acquisition bandwidths, even up
to 110 MHz (Opt. 110). Acquisitions of any length can stored in MATLAB™
Level 5 format for offline analysis.
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Data Sheet
Analyze
The RSA6000 Series offers analysis capabilities that advance productivity
for engineers working on components or in RF system design, integration,
and performance verification, or operations engineers working in networks,
or spectrum management. In addition to spectrum analysis, spectrograms
display both frequency and amplitude changes over time. Time-correlated
measurements can be made across the frequency, phase, amplitude,
and modulation domains. This is ideal for signal analysis that includes
frequency hopping, pulse characteristics, modulation switching, settling
time, bandwidth changes, and intermittent signals.
The measurement capabilities of the RSA6000 Series and available options
and software packages are summarized below:
Measurement Functions
Measurements
Description
Spectrum Analyzer
Measurements
Channel Power, Adjacent Channel Power, Multicarrier
Adjacent Channel Power/Leakage Ratio, Occupied
Bandwidth, xdB Bandwidth, dBm/Hz Marker, dBc/Hz
Marker, Spectrum Emissions Mask
RF IQ vs. Time, Power vs. Time, Frequency vs. Time,
Phase vs. Time, CCDF, Peak-to-Average Ratio
Up to 20 frequency ranges, user-selected detectors
(Peak, Average, QP), filters (RBW, CISPR, MIL), and
VBW in each range. Linear or Log frequency scale.
Measurements and violations in absolute power or
relative to a carrier. Up to 999 violations identified in
tabular form for export in .CSV format
% Amplitude Modulation (+Peak, –Peak, RMS, Mod.
Depth)
Frequency Modulation (±Peak, +Peak to –Peak, RMS,
Peak-Peak/2, Frequency Error)
Phase Modulation (±Peak, RMS, +Peak to –Peak)
Carrier Power, Frequency Error, Modulation Frequency,
Modulation Parameters (±Peak, Peak-Peak/2, RMS),
SINAD, Modulation Distortion, S/N, THD, TNHD
Phase Noise vs. Frequency Offset
Offset range 10 Hz to 1 GHz. Measures Carrier Power,
Frequency Error, RMS Phase Noise, Integrated Jitter,
Residual FM
Measured Frequency, Settling Time from last settled
frequency, Settling Time from last settled phase,
Settling Time from Trigger. Automatic or manual
reference frequency selection. User-adjustable
measurement bandwidth, averaging, and smoothing.
Pass/Fail Mask Testing with 3 user-settable zones
Average On Power, Peak Power, Average Transmitted
Power, Pulse Width, Rise Time, Fall Time, Repetition
Interval (seconds), Repetition Interval (Hz), Duty Factor
(%), Duty Factor (ratio), Ripple (dB), Ripple (%),
Overshoot (dB), Overshoot (%), Droop (dB), Droop (%),
Pulse-Pulse Frequency Difference, Pulse-Pulse Phase
Difference, RMS Frequency Error, Max Frequency
Error, RMS Phase Error, Max Phase Error, Frequency
Deviation, Phase Deviation, Impulse Response (dB),
Impulse Response (time), Time Stamp
Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) (RMS, Peak, EVM
vs. Time), Modulation Error Ratio (MER), Magnitude
Error (RMS, Peak, Mag Error vs. Time), Phase Error
(RMS, Peak, Phase Error vs. Time), Origin Offset,
Frequency Error, Gain Imbalance, Quadrature Error,
Rho, Constellation, Symbol Table
Measures % signal density at any location on the
DPX spectrum display and triggers on specified signal
density
W-CDMA, HSUPA. HSDPA, GSM/EDGE, CDMA2000
1x, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO, RFID, Phase Noise, Jitter,
IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n WLAN, IEEE 802.15.4 OQPSK
(Zigbee), Audio Analysis
OFDM Analysis for WLAN 802.11a/g/j and WiMAX
802.16-2004
Time Domain and
Statistical Measurements
Spur Search
Measurement
Analog Modulation
Measurements (Standard)
AM/FM/PM Modulation
and Audio Measurements
(Opt. 10)
Phase Noise and Jitter
Measurements (Opt. 11)
Settling Time (Frequency
and Phase) (Opt. 12)
Advanced Pulse
Measurements Suite
(Opt. 20)
General Purpose Digital
Modulation Analysis
(Opt. 21)
DPX Density
Measurement (Opt. 200)
RSAVu Analysis Software
Flexible OFDM Analysis
(Opt. 22)
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Advanced Signal Analysis package (Opt. 20) offers over 20 automated pulse parameter
calculations on every pulse. Easily validate designs with measurements of peak power,
pulse width rise time, ripple, droop, overshoot, and pulse-to-pulse phase. Gain insight into
linear FM chirp quality with measurements such as Impulse Response and Phase Error.
A pulse train (upper left) is seen with automatic calculation of pulse width and impulse
response (lower right). A detailed view of the Impulse Response is seen in the lower left,
and a DPX® display monitors the spectrum on the upper right.
Phase noise and jitter measurements (Opt. 11) adds value to your RSA6000 Series by
replacing a conventional phase noise tester for many applications. Phase noise can be
measured at carrier offsets up to 1 GHz, and internal phase noise is automatically reduced
by optimizing acquisition bandwidths and attenuator settings for each carrier offset for
maximum dynamic range. For less critical measurements, speed optimization may be
applied for faster results. Typical residual phase noise of –132 dBc/Hz at 1 MHz offset,
0 GHz carrier frequency gives sufficient measurement margin for many applications.
Time-correlated, multidomain views provide a new level of insight into design or
operational problems not possible with conventional analysis solutions. Here, ACLR and
Vector Modulation Quality (Opt. 21) are performed on a single acquisition, combined with
the continuous monitoring of the DPX® spectrum display.
Spurious Search – Up to 20 noncontiguous frequency regions can be defined, each with
their own resolution bandwidth, video bandwidth, detector (peak, average, quasi-peak),
and limit ranges. Test results can be exported in .CSV format to external programs, with up
to 999 violations reported. Spectrum results are available in linear or log scale.
Settling time measurements (Opt. 12) are easy and automated. The user can select
measurement bandwidth, tolerance bands, reference frequency (auto or manual), and
establish up to 3 tolerance bands vs. time for Pass/Fail testing. Settling time may be
referenced to external or internal trigger, and from the last settled frequency or phase. In
the illustration, frequency settling time for a hopped oscillator is measured from an external
trigger point from the device under test.
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Data Sheet
Performance You Can Count On
Depend on Tektronix to provide you with performance you can count on. In
addition to industry-leading service and support, this product comes backed
by a one-year warranty as standard.
Characteristics
Frequency Related
Characteristic
Description
Frequency Range
Advanced Triggers and Swept DPX (Opt. 200) combines the revolutionary DPX Density™
Trigger with the ability to trigger on runt pulses and apply time qualification to any trigger.
The runt trigger seen here can be used to track down nonconforming pulses in a pulse
train, greatly reducing time to insight. Time qualification can be used to separate ranging
pulses from higher resolution pulses in a radar signal, or trigger only on signals that remain
on longer than a specified time.
Advanced Triggers and Swept DPX (Opt. 200) re-invents the way swept spectrum analysis
is done. The DPX engine collects hundreds of thousands of spectrums per second over
a 110 MHz bandwidth. Users can now sweep the DPX across the full input range of the
RSA6000 Series, up to 20 GHz. In the time a traditional spectrum analyzer has captured
one spectrum, the RSA6000 Series has captured orders of magnitude more spectrums.
This new level of performance reduces the chance of missing time-interleaved and
transient signals during broadband searches.
9 kHz to 20 GHz (RSA6120A)
9 kHz to 14 GHz (RSA6114A)
9 kHz to 6.2 GHz (RSA6106A)
Center Frequency Setting 0.1 Hz
Resolution
Frequency Marker
±(RE × MF + 0.001 × Span + 2) Hz
Readout Accuracy
RE
Reference Frequency Error
MF
Marker Frequency (Hz)
Span Accuracy
±0.3% (Auto mode)
Reference Frequency
Initial accuracy at cal
1 × 10–7 (after 10 minute warm-up)
Aging per day
1 × 10–9 (after 30 days of operation)
Aging per 10 years
3 × 10–7 (after 10 years of operation)
Temperature drift
2 × 10–8 (0 to 50 °C)
Cumulative error
4 × 10–7 (within 10 years after calibration, typical)
(temperature + aging)
Reference Output Level >0 dBm (internal reference selected)
Reference Output Level 0 dB nominal gain from Ext Ref In to Ref Output,
(Loopthrough)
+15 dBm max output
External Reference Input 1 to 25 MHz (1 MHz steps) + 1.2288 MHz, 4.8 MHz,
Frequencies
19.6608 MHz, 31.07 MHz
External Reference Input Must be within ±3 × 10–7 of a valid listed input
Frequency Accuracy
frequency
Spurious
< –80 dBc within 100 kHz offset to avoid on-screen
spurious
Input level range
–10 dBm to +6 dBm
Trigger Related
Characteristic
Description
Trigger Modes
Trigger Event Source
Free Run, Triggered, FastFrame
RF Input, Trigger 1 (Front Panel), Trigger 2 (Rear
Panel), Gated, Line
Power (Std.), Frequency Mask (Opt. 02), Frequency
Edge, DPX Density, Runt, Time Qualified (Opt. 200)
Trigger position settable from 1 to 99% of total
acquisition length
Trigger 1 AND Trigger 2 / Gate may be defined as a
trigger event
Save acquisition and/or save picture on trigger
Trigger Types
Trigger Setting
Trigger Combinational
Logic
Trigger Actions
DPX Spectrograms (Opt. 200) provide gap-free spectral monitoring for up to days at a
time. 60,000 traces can be recorded and reviewed, with resolution per line adjustable
from 110 μs to 6400 s.
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Power Level Trigger
Opt. 200 – Advanced Triggers
Characteristic
Description
Characteristic
Level Range
Accuracy
(for trigger levels
>30 dB above noise
floor, 10% to 90% of
signal level)
Trigger Bandwidth Range
(at maximum
acquisition BW)
0 dB to –100 dB from reference level
DPX Density Trigger
±0.5 dB (level ≥ –50 dB from reference level)
±1.5 dB (from < –50 dB to –70 dB from reference level)
4 kHz to 20 MHz + wide open (standard)
11 kHz to 60 MHz + wide open (Opt. 110)
Trigger Position Timing Uncertainty
40 MHz Acquisition
Uncertainty = ±15 ns
BW, 20 MHz BW
Uncertainty = ±5 ns
110 MHz Acquisition
BW, 60 MHz BW
(Opt. 110)
Trigger Re-Arm Time, Minimum (Fast Frame ‘On’)
10 MHz Acquisition BW ≤25 μs
40 MHz Acquisition BW ≤10 μs
≤5 μs
110 MHz Acquisition
BW (Opt. 110)
Frequency Mask Trigger (Opt. 02)
Characteristic
Description
Mask Shape
Mask Point Horizontal
Resolution
Level Range
Level Accuracy*1
0 to –50 dB from
reference level
–50 dB to –70 dB from
reference level
Span Range
User Defined
<0.2% of span
Description
Density Range
0 to 100% density
Horizontal Range
0.25 Hz to 40 MHz
0.25 Hz to 110 MHz (Opt. 110)
Minimum Signal
Duration for 100%
Probability of
Trigger (at maximum
acquisition bandwidth
and RBW)
Trace Length
801 Points
3.9 µs
3.7 µs (Opt. 110)
Runt Trigger
Runt Definitions
Positive, Negative
Accuracy
(for trigger levels
>30 dB above
noise floor, 10%
to 90% of signal
level)
±0.5 dB (level ≥ –50 dB from reference level)
±1.5 dB (from < –50 dB to –70 dB from reference
level)
Time-qualified Triggering
Trigger Types and
Source
Time qualification may be applied to: Level,
Frequency Mask (Opt. 02), DPX Density, Runt,
Ext. 1, Ext. 2
0 dB to –80 dB from reference level
Time Qualification
Range
T1: 0 to 10 seconds
T2: 0 to 10 seconds
±(Channel Response + 1.0 dB)
Time Qualification
Definitions
Shorter than T1
Longer than T1
Longer than T1 AND shorter than T2
Shorter than T1 OR longer than T2
±(Channel Response + 2.5 dB)
100 Hz to 40 MHz
100 Hz to 110 MHz (Opt. 110)
Minimum Event Duration for 100% Probability of Trigger (at maximum acquisition
bandwidth, RBW = Auto). Events lasting less than minimum event duration
specification will result in degraded Frequency Mask Trigger accuracy.
Acq. BW 40 MHz
Opt. 02 (fixed FFT 30.7 µs
length)
10 MHz: 3.9 µs
Opt. 02 plus
1 MHz: 5.8 µs
Opt. 200 at
specified resolution 100 kHz: 30.9 µs
bandwidths
Acq. BW 110 MHz (Opt. 110)
Opt. 02 (fixed FFT 10.3 µs
length)
10 MHz: 3.7 µs
Opt. 02 plus
1 MHz: 5.8 µs
Opt. 200 at
specified resolution 100 kHz: 37.6 µs
bandwidths
Trigger Position
Span = 40 MHz:
Uncertainty
±12.8 μs
±2 μs (Opt. 200, RBW = Auto)
Span = 110 MHz:
±5.12 μs (Opt. 110)
±2 μs (Opt. 200, RBW = Auto)
*1 For masks >30 dB above noise floor.
Frequency Edge Trigger
Range
±(1/2 × (Acq. BW or TDBW if active))
Minimum Event
Duration
25 ns for 40 MHz Acq. BW using no trigger RBW
50 ns for 40 MHz Acq. BW using 20 MHz trigger
RBW
9.1 ns for 110 MHz Acq. BW using no RBW
16.7 ns for 110 MHz Acq. BW using 60 MHz trigger
RBW
Timing Uncertainty
Same as Power Trigger Position Timing
Uncertainty
Holdoff Trigger
Range
20 ns to 10 seconds
External Trigger 1
Characteristic
Description
Level Range
–2.5 V to +2.5 V
Level Setting Resolution 0.01 V
Trigger Position Timing Uncertainty (50 Ω input impedance)
40 MHz Acquisition
Uncertainty = ±20 ns
BW, 40 MHz Span
Uncertainty = ±12 ns
110 MHz Acquisition
BW, 110 MHz Span
(Opt. 110)
Input Impedance
Selectable 50 Ω/5 kΩ impedance (nominal)
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External Trigger 2
Analysis Related
Characteristic
Description
Displays by Domain
Threshold Voltage
Input Impedance
Trigger State Select
Fixed, TTL
10 kΩ (nominal)
High, Low
Frequency
Trigger Output
Characteristic
Description
Voltage
High
Low
Output impedance
Output Current <1 mA
>2.0 V
<0.4 V (LVTTL)
50 Ω (nominal)
Acquisition Related
Characteristic
Description
Real-time Acquisition
Bandwidth
A/D Converter
Acquisition Memory Size
Minimum Acquisition
Length
Acquisition Length Setting
Resolution
Fast Frame Acquisition
Mode
40 MHz (110 MHz, Opt. 110)
100 MS/s 14 bit (optional 300 MS/s, 14 bit, Opt. 110)
256 MB (1 GB, Opt. 02)
64 Samples
1 Sample
>64,000 records can be stored in a single acquisition
(for pulse measurements and spectrogram analysis)
Memory Depth (Time) and Minimum Time Domain Resolution
Acquisition
BW
110 MHz
(Opt. 110)
60 MHz
(Opt. 110)
40 MHz
20 MHz
10 MHz
5 MHz
2 MHz*2
1 MHz
500 kHz
200 kHz
100 kHz
50 kHz
20 kHz
10 kHz
5 kHz
2 kHz
1 kHz
500 Hz
200 Hz
100 Hz
Max
Sample Rate
Acquisition
(For IQ)
Time
Max
Acquisition
Time
(Opt. 02)
Time
Resolution
150 MS/s
0.426 s
1.706 s
6.6667 ns
75 MS/s
0.852
3.413
13.33 ns
50 MS/s
25 MS/s
12.5 MS/s
6.25 MS/s
3.125 MS/s
1.56 MS/s
781 kS/s
390 kS/s
195 kS/s
97.6 kS/s
48.8 kS/s
24.4 kS/s
12.2 kS/s
3.05 kS/s
1.52 kS/s
762 S/s
381 S/s
190 S/s
1.28 s
2.56 s
5.12 s
10.2 s
10.2 s
20.5 s
41.0 s
81.9 s
164 s
328 s
655 s
1310 s
2620 s
10500 s
21000 s
41900 s
83900 s
168300 s
5.12 s
10.2 s
20.5 s
41.0 s
41.0 s
81.9 s
164 s
328 s
655 s
1310 s
2620 s
5240 s
10500 s
41900 s
83900 s
168000 s
336000 s
671000 s
20 ns
40 ns
80 ns
160 ns
320 ns
640 ns
1.28 μs
2.56 μs
5.12 μs
10.24 μs
20.48 μs
40.96 μs
81.92 μs
328 μs
655 μs
1.31 ms
2.62 ms
5.24 ms
*2 In spans ≤2 MHz, higher resolution data is stored, reducing maximum acquisition time.
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Views
Spectrum (Amplitude vs Linear or Log Frequency)
DPX® Spectrum Display (Live RF Color-graded
Spectrum)
Spectrogram (Amplitude vs. Frequency over Time)
Spurious (Amplitude vs Linear or Log Frequency)
Phase Noise (Phase Noise and Jitter Measurement)
(Opt. 11)
Amplitude vs. Time
Time and Statistics
Frequency vs. Time
Phase vs. Time
DPX Amplitude vs. Time (Opt. 200)
DPX Frequency vs. Time (Opt. 200)
DPX Phase vs. Time (Opt. 200)
Amplitude Modulation vs. Time
Frequency Modulation vs. Time
Phase Modulation vs. Time
RF IQ vs. Time
Time Overview
CCDF
Peak-to-Average Ratio
Settling Time, Frequency, Frequency Settling vs. Time, Phase Settling vs. Time
and Phase (Opt. 12)
Advanced Measurements Pulse Results Table
Suite (Opt. 20)
Pulse Trace (selectable by pulse number)
Pulse Statistics (Trend of Pulse Results, FFT of Trend,
and Histogram)
Digital Demod (Opt. 21)
Constellation Diagram
EVM vs. Time
Symbol Table (Binary or Hexadecimal)
Magnitude and Phase Error versus Time, and Signal
Quality
Demodulated IQ vs. Time
Eye Diagram
Trellis Diagram
Frequency Deviation vs. Time
Frequency Offset
Signal analysis can be performed either at center
Measurement
frequency or the assigned measurement frequency
up to the limits of the instrument's acquisition and
measurement bandwidths
Flexible OFDM Analysis Constellation, Scalar Measurement Summary, EVM
(Opt. 22)
or Power vs. Carrier, Symbol Table (Binary or
Hexadecimal)
Acquisition Replay
Replay entire contents of acquisition memory or subset
of acquisitions and frames. History can collect up to
64,000 acquisitions (each containing one or more
frames) or 1 GB of sample data, whichever limit is
reached first
Spectrum Analyzers — RSA6000 Series
RF Spectrum and Analysis Performance
Characteristic
Bandwidth Related
Characteristic
Description
Resolution Bandwidth
Resolution Bandwidth
Range
(Spectrum Analysis)
Resolution Bandwidth
Shape
Resolution Bandwidth
Accuracy
Alternative Resolution
Bandwidth Types
0.1 Hz to 8 MHz
0.1 Hz to 10 MHz (Opt. 110)
Approximately Gaussian, shape factor 4.1:1 (60:3 dB)
±10%, typical
±1% (Auto-coupled RBW mode)
Kaiser window (RBW), –6 dB Mil, CISPR,
Blackman-Harris 4B Window, Uniform (none) Window,
Flat-top (CW Ampl.) Window, Hanning Window
Video Bandwidth
Video Bandwidth Range
RBW/VBW Maximum
RBW/VBW Minimum
Resolution
Accuracy (Typical)
1 Hz to 10 MHz plus wide open
10,000:1
1:1 plus wide open
5% of entered value
±10%
Time Domain Bandwidth (Amplitude vs. Time Display)
Time Domain Bandwidth
Range
Time Domain BW Shape
Time Domain Bandwidth
Accuracy
At least 1/10 to 1/10,000 of acquisition bandwidth, 1 Hz
minimum
≤10 MHz, approximately Gaussian, shape factor 4.1:1
(60:3 dB), typical
20 MHz (60 MHz, Opt. 110), shape factor <2.5:1
(60:3 dB) typical
1 Hz to 10 MHz = 1% (Auto-coupled)
20 MHz and 60 MHz = 10%
Minimum Settable Spectrum Analysis RBW vs. Span
Frequency Span
RBW
>10 MHz
>1 MHz to 10 MHz
>5 kHz to 1 MHz
≤5 kHz
100 Hz
10 Hz
1 Hz
0.1 Hz
Spectrum Display Traces, Detector, and Functions
Characteristic
Description
Traces
Three traces + 1 math waveform + 1 trace from
spectrogram for spectrum display
Peak, –Peak, Average, ±Peak, Sample, CISPR (Avg,
Peak, Quasi-peak, Average of Logs)
Normal, Average, Max Hold, Min Hold, Average of Logs
801, 2401, 4001, 8001, or 10401 points
Detector
Trace Functions
Spectrum Trace Length
DPX® Digital Phosphor Spectrum Processing
Spectrum Processing
Rate (RBW = Auto, Trace
Length 801)
DPX Bitmap Resolution
DPX Bitmap Color
Dynamic Range
Marker Information
Minimum Signal Duration
for 100% Probability of
Detection (Max-hold On)
Span Range
(Continuous processing)
Span Range (Swept)
Dwell Time per Step
Trace Processing
Trace Length
Resolution BW Accuracy
DPX
(Standard)
Advanced DPX
(Opt. 200)
48,828/s
292,968/s
201 × 501
64k (48 dB)
201 × 801
8G (99 dB)
Amplitude, frequency,
and hit count on the
DPX display
31 μs (24 μs, Opt. 110)
Amplitude, frequency,
and signal density on
the DPX display
5.8 μs (3.7 μs, Opt. 110)
100 Hz to 40 MHz
(110 MHz with Opt. 110)
Not Available
100 Hz to 40 MHz
(110 MHz with Opt. 110)
Up to instrument
frequency range
50 ms to 100 s
Color-graded bitmap,
+Peak, –Peak, Average
801, 2401, 4001, 10401
7%
Not Available
Color-graded bitmap,
+Peak, –Peak, Average
501
7%
DPX® Zero-span Amplitude, Frequency, Phase Performance,
Opt. 200 (Nominal)
Characteristic
Description
Measurement BW Range 100 Hz to maximum acquisition bandwidth of
instrument
Time Domain BW (TDBW) At least 1/10 to 1/10,000 of acquisition bandwidth, 1 Hz
Range
minimum
Time Domain BW (TDBW) ±1%
Accuracy
Sweep Time Range
100 ns (minimum)
1 s (maximum, measurement BW >60 MHz)
2000 s (maximum, measurement BW ≤60 MHz)
Time Accuracy
±(0.5 % + Reference Frequency Accuracy)
Zero-span Trigger Timing ±(Zero-span Sweep Time / 400) at trigger point
Uncertainty (Power
trigger)
DPX Frequency Display ±100 MHz maximum
Range
DPX Phase Display
±200 degrees maximum, phase-wrapped
Range
±500G degrees, phase-unwrapped
DPX® Spectrogram Performance
Characteristic
Description
Span Range
DPX Spectrogram Trace
Detection
DPX Spectrogram Trace
Length
DPX Spectrogram
Memory Depth
100 Hz to maximum acquisition bandwidth
+Peak, –Peak, Avg (VRMS)
801 to 4001
Trace Length = 801: 60,000 traces
Trace Length = 2401: 20,000 traces
Trace Length = 4001: 12,000 traces
Time Resolution per Line 110 µs to 6400 s, user settable
Maximum Recording Time 6.6 seconds (801 points/trace, 110 μs/line) to
vs. Line Resolution
4444 days (801 points/trace, 6400 s/line)
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Minimum Signal Duration vs. RBW, Opt. 200
(Trace Length, 801 Points)
Resolution BW Range vs. Span (DPX®)
Span
RBW
(kHz)
FFT
Length
Spectrums/sec
Minimum Signal
Duration for
100% POI, µs
110 MHz
10,000
1000
300
100
30
20
10,000
1000
300
100
30
20
10
1024
1024
2048
4096
16384
32768
1024
1024
1024
2048
4096
8192
16384
292,968
292,968
146,484
73,242
18,311
9,155
292,968
292,968
292,968
146,484
73,242
36,621
18,311
3.7
5.8
14.8
37.7
134.7
229.3
3.9
5.8
11.4
30.9
93.8
147.5
295.0
40 MHz
Minimum FFT Length vs. Trace Length
(Independent of Span and RBW), Opt. 200
Trace Length (Points)
Minimum FFT Length
801
2401
4001
10401
1024
4096
8192
16384
Acquisition
Bandwidth
110 MHz
55 MHz
40 MHz
20 MHz
10 MHz
5 MHz
2 MHz
1 MHz
500 kHz
200 kHz
100 kHz
50 kHz
20 kHz
10 kHz
5 kHz
2 kHz
1 kHz
500 Hz
200 Hz
100 Hz
RBW (Min)
RBW (Min)
(Opt. 200)
RBW (Max)
(Opt. 200)
640 kHz
320 kHz
214 kHz
107 kHz
53.3 kHz
26.7 kHz
13.4 kHz
6.66 kHz
3.33 kHz
1.67 kHz
833 Hz
417 Hz
209 Hz
105 Hz
52 Hz
13.1 Hz
6.51 Hz
3.26 Hz
1.63 Hz
0.819 Hz
20 kHz
10 kHz
10 kHz
5 kHz
2 kHz
1 kHz
500 Hz
200 Hz
100 Hz
50 Hz
20 Hz
10 Hz
5 Hz
2 Hz
0.1 Hz
0.1 Hz
0.1 Hz
0.1 Hz
0.1 Hz
0.1 Hz
10 MHz
5 MHz
3 MHz
2 MHz
1 MHz
500 kHz
200 kHz
100 kHz
50 kHz
20 kHz
10 kHz
5 kHz
2 kHz
1 kHz
500 Hz
200 Hz
100 Hz
50 Hz
20 Hz
10 Hz
Minimum RBW, Swept Spans (Opt. 200) – 10 kHz.
Stability
Residual FM – <2 Hzp-p in 1 second (95% confidence, typical).
Phase Noise Sidebands, dBc/Hz at Specified Center Frequency (CF)
Offset
100 Hz
1 kHz
10 kHz
100 kHz
1 MHz
6 MHz
10 MHz
10
CF = 1 GHz
Spec
Typical
Typical
Typical
CF = 10 GHz
(RSA6114A)
Typical
–80
–100
–106
–107
–128
–134
–134
–86
–106
–110
–113
–134
–142
–142
–80
–106
–110
–111
–133
–142
–142
–70
–96
–107
–107
–132
–142
–142
–64
–91
–106
–106
–132
–142
–142
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CF = 6 GHz
CF = 10 GHz
(RSA6120A)
Typical
CF = 18 GHz
(RSA6120A)
Typical
–77
–95
–111
–112
–130
–142
–142
–70
–93
–108
–111
–130
–142
–142
Spectrum Analyzers — RSA6000 Series
Frequency Response
Range
Response
18 °C to 28 °C, Atten. = 10 dB, Preamp Off
10 MHz - 3 GHz
>3 GHz - 6.2 GHz
>6.2 GHz - 14 GHz
(RSA6114A)
>6.2 GHz - 20 GHz
(RSA6120A)
±0.5 dB
±0.8 dB
±1.0 dB
±1.0 dB
5 °C to 50 °C, All Attenuator Settings (Typical)
Typical phase noise performance as measured by Opt. 11.
Amplitude
(Specifications excluding mismatch error)
Characteristic
Description
Measurement Range
Displayed average noise level to maximum measurable
input
0 dB to 75 dB, 5 dB step
Input Attenuator Range
Maximum Safe Input Level
+30 dBm
Average Continuous
(RF ATT ≥10 dB,
Preamp Off)
+20 dBm
Average Continuous
(RF ATT ≥10 dB,
Preamp On)
75 W
Pulsed RF (RF ATT
≥30 dB, PW <5 μs,
0.5% Duty Cycle)
Maximum Measurable Input Level
+30 dBm
Average Continuous
(RF ATT: Auto)
75 W
Pulsed RF (RF ATT:
Auto, PW <5 μs, 0.5%
Duty Cycle)
±40 V
Max DC Voltage
Log Display Range
0.01 dBm/div to 20 dB/div
Display Divisions
10 divisions
Display Units
dBm, dBmV, Watts, Volts, Amps, dBuW, dBuV, dBuA,
dBW, dBV, dBV/m, and dBA/m
Marker Readout
0.01 dB
Resolution, dB Units
Marker Readout
Reference-level dependent, as small as 0.001 μV
Resolution, Volts Units
Reference Level Setting 0.1 dB step, –170 dBm to +50 dBm (minimum ref. level
Range
–50 dBm at center frequency <80 MHz)
Level Linearity
±0.1 dB (0 to –70 dB from reference level)
9 kHz - 3 GHz
>3 GHz - 6.2 GHz
>6.2 GHz - 14 GHz
(RSA6114A)
>6.2 GHz - 20 GHz
(RSA6120A)
±0.7 dB
±0.8 dB
±2.0 dB
±2.0 dB
Preamp (Opt. 01) On (Atten. = 10 dB)
10 MHz - 3 GHz
±0.7 dB
Amplitude Accuracy
Characteristic
Description
±0.31 dB
Absolute Amplitude
Accuracy at Calibration
Point (100 MHz, –20 dBm
signal, 10 dB ATT, 18 °C
to 28 °C)
Input Attenuator Switching ±0.2 dB
Uncertainty
Absolute Amplitude Accuracy at Center Frequency, 95% Confidence*3
±0.5 dB
10 MHz to 3 GHz
±0.8 dB
3 GHz to 6.2 GHz
±1.5 dB
6.2 GHz to 20 GHz
VSWR (Typical)
(Atten. = 10 dB, Preamp Off, CF set within 200 MHz of VSWR Test Frequency)
<1.6:1
10 MHz to 4 GHz
<1.8:1
4 GHz to 6.2 GHz
<1.9:1
6.2 GHz to 20 GHz
(RSA6114A only)
VSWR with Preamp (Typical)
(Atten. = 10 dB, Preamp On, CF set within 200 MHz of VSWR Test Frequency
<1.9:1
10 MHz to 3 GHz
*3 18 °C to 28 °C, Ref Level ≤ –15 dBm, Attenuator Auto-coupled, Signal Level –15 dBm to –50 dBm. 10 Hz ≤
RBW ≤ 1 MHz, after alignment performed.
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Noise and Distortion
Displayed Average Noise Level*7, Preamp On (Opt. 01)
Frequency
3rd Order Intermodulation Distortion*4 (Typical)
Frequency
3rd Order
Intermodulation
Distortion, dBc
3rd Order Intercept,
dBm
–77
–80
–84
–84
13.5
15
17
17
RSA6106A, RSA6114A
9 kHz to 100 MHz
100 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6.2 GHz
6.2 GHz to 14 GHz
RSA6120A
9 kHz to 100 MHz
100 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6.2 GHz
6.2 GHz to 20 GHz
–79
–90
–88
–88
14.5
20
19
19
*4 Each Signal Level –25 dBm, Ref Level –20 dBm, Attenuator = 0 dB, 1 MHz tone separation.
Note: 3rd order intercept point is calculated from 3rd order intermodulation performance.
2nd Harmonic Distortion*5
Frequency
2nd Harmonic Distortion, Typical
10 MHz to 3.1 GHz*5
>3.1 GHz to 7 GHz*5
(RSA6114)
>3.1 GHz to 10 GHz*6
(RSA6120A)
< –80 dBc
< –80 dBc
< –80 dBc
Specification
Typical
–162 dBm/Hz
–167 dBm/Hz
–168 dBm/Hz
–166 dBm/Hz
–170 dBm/Hz
–170 dBm/Hz
–170 dBm/Hz
–170 dBm/Hz
10 MHz to 50 MHz
>50 MHz to 1 GHz
1 GHz to 2 GHz
2 GHz to 3 GHz
*7 Measured using 1 kHz RBW, 100 kHz span, 100 averages, Best Noise mode, input terminated, Average
of Log detection.
Residual Response*8
Frequency
Spec
40 MHz to 200 MHz
>200 MHz to 6.2 GHz
6.2 GHz to 14 GHz
(RSA6114A)
6.2 GHz to 20 GHz
(RSA6120A)
–90 dBm
–95 dBm
–95 dBm (typical)
–95 dBm (typical)
*8 Input terminated, RBW = 1 kHz, Attenuator = 0 dB.
Image Response*9
Frequency
Spec
9 kHz to 6.2 GHz
6.2 GHz to 8 GHz
(RSA6114A/RSA6120A)
>8 GHz to 14 GHz
(RSA6114A)
>6.2 GHz to 20 GHz
(RSA6120A)
< –80 dBc
< –80 dBc
< –76 dBc
< –76 dBc
*5 –40 dBm at RF input, Attenuator = 0, Preamp Off, typical.
*9 Ref = –30 dBm, Attenuator = 10 dB, RF Input Level = –30 dBm, RBW = 10 Hz.
*6 < –80 dBc, –25 dBm at RF input, Atten = 0, Preamp OFF, Maximize Dynamic Range “RF & IF Optimization”
mode.
Spurious Response with Signal*10
Frequency
Displayed Average Noise Level*7, Preamp Off
Frequency
9 kHz to 10 MHz
>10 MHz to 100 MHz
>100 MHz to 2.3 GHz
>2.3 GHz to 4 GHz
>4 GHz to 6.2 GHz
Specification
Typical
–99 dBm/Hz
–149 dBm/Hz
–151 dBm/Hz
–149 dBm/Hz
–145 dBm/Hz
–102 dBm/Hz
–151 dBm/Hz
–153 dBm/Hz
–151 dBm/Hz
–147 dBm/Hz
–145 dBm/Hz
–137 dBm/Hz
–147 dBm/Hz
–139 dBm/Hz
–145 dBm/Hz
–149 dBm/Hz
–145 dBm/Hz
–143 dBm/Hz
–147 dBm/Hz
–152 dBm/Hz
–147 dBm/Hz
–145 dBm/Hz
RSA6114A Only
4 GHz to 7 GHz
>7 GHz to 14 GHz
RSA6120A Only
>6.2 GHz to 8.2 GHz
>8.2 GHz to 15 GHz
>15 GHz to 17.5 GHz
>17.5 GHz to 20 GHz
*7 Measured using 1 kHz RBW, 100 kHz span, 100 averages, Best Noise mode, input terminated, Average
of Logs detection.
Preamplifier Performance (Opt. 01)
Characteristic
Description
Frequency Range
Noise Figure at 2 GHz
Gain
ESD Protection Level
10 MHz to 3.0 GHz
4 dB
30 dB
1 kV (Human Body Model)
RSA6106A Serial Number ≥ B020241
RSA6114A Serial Number ≥ B020759
RSA6120A Serial Number ≥ B010173
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30 MHz to
6.2 GHz
≥6.2 GHz to
14 GHz
(RSA6114A)
>6.2 GHz to
20 GHz
(RSA6120A)
Span ≤40 MHz,
Swept Spans >40 MHz
Typical
Specification
Opt. 110
40 MHz < Span ≤ 110 MHz
Typical
Specification
–73 dBc
–78 dBc
–73 dBc
–75 dBc
–70 dBc
–75 dBc
–70 dBc
–75 dBc
–70 dBc
–75 dBc
–70 dBc
–75 dBc
*10 RF Input Level = –15 dBm, Attenuator = 10 dB, Offset ≥400 kHz, Mode: Auto. Input signal at center
frequency. Performance level for signals offset from center frequency typically the same.
Spurious response with signal at 4.75 GHz: < 62 dBc
(CF 9 kHz to 8 GHz, Ref = –30 dBm, Atten = 10 dB, RBW = 1 kHz)
Signal Frequency Range = 4.7225 to 4.7775 GHz, RF Input Level = –30 dBm
Local Oscillator Feed-through to Input Connector < –65 dBm
(typical, attenuator = 10 dB)
Spectrum Analyzers — RSA6000 Series
Adjacent Channel Leakage Ratio Dynamic Range*11
Analog IF and Digital IQ Output (Opt. 05)
Signal Type,
Measurement Mode
Characteristic
ACLR, Typical
Adjacent
Alternate
–70 dB
–79 dB
–70 dB
–79 dB
–69 dB
–78 dB
–69 dB
–78 dB
3GPP Downlink, 1 DPCH
Uncorrected
Noise Corrected
3GPP TM1 64 Channel
Uncorrected
Noise Corrected
IF Frequency Response and Phase Linearity*12
0.01 to 6.2*13
0.03 to 6.2
>6.2 to 14
(RSA6114A)
>6.2 to 14
(RSA6114A)
>6.2 to 20
(RSA6120A)
>6.2 to 20
(RSA6120A)
Specification
Typical (RMS)
Acq.
Bandwidth
Specification
Amplitude/Phase
≤300 kHz
≤40 MHz
≤300 kHz
±0.10 dB
±0.30 dB
±0.10 dB
0.05 dB/0.1°
0.20 dB/0.5°
0.05 dB/0.1°
≤40 MHz
±0.50 dB
0.40 dB/1.0°
≤300 kHz
±0.10 dB
0.05 dB/0.1°
≤40 MHz
±0.50 dB
0.40 dB/1.0°
≤110 MHz
≤110 MHz
≤80 MHz
±0.50 dB
±0.50 dB
±0.75 dB
0.30 dB/1.0°
0.40 dB/1.0°
0.70 dB/1.5°
≤110 MHz
±1.0 dB
0.70 dB/1.5°
≤80 MHz
±0.75 dB
0.70 dB/1.5°
≤110 MHz
±1.0 dB
0.70 dB/1.5°
Opt. 110
0.07 to 3.0
>3 to 6.2
>6.2 to 14
(RSA6114A)
>6.2 to 14
(RSA6114A)
>6.2 to 20
(RSA6120A)
>6.2 to 20
(RSA6120A)
Analog IF Output
Frequency
*11 Measured with test signal amplitude adjusted for optimum performance. (CF = 2.13 GHz)
Frequency
Range
Freq (GHz)
Description
500 MHz
Output frequency varies ±1 MHz with changes in
center frequency. Sidebands may be frequency
inverted from input, depending on center frequency
Output Level
+3 to –10 dBm for peak signal level of –20 dBm at RF
mixer (typical)
Filter control
Wide open (square top) or 60 MHz Gaussian
Bandwidth (wide open) >150 MHz (typical)
Bandwidth (Gaussian) 60 MHz, Gaussian to –12 dB
Digital IQ Output
Connector Type
Data Output
MDR (3M) 50 pin × 2
Data is corrected for amplitude and phase response
in real time
Data format
I data: 16 bit LVDS
Q data: 16 bit LVDS
Control Output
Clock: LVDS, 150 MHz – Acquisition Bandwidth
>40 MHz, 50 MHz – Acquisition Bandwidth ≤40 MHz,
DV (Data Valid), MSW (Most Significant Word)
indicators, LVDS
Control Input
IQ data output enabled, connecting GND enables
output of IQ data
Clock Rising Edge to Data 8.4 ns (typical, standard), 1.58 ns (typical, Opt. 110)
Transition Time
(Hold time)
Data Transition to Clock 8.2 ns (typical, standard), 1.54 ns (typical, Opt. 110)
Rising Edge (Setup time)
*12 Amplitude flatness and phase deviation over the acquisition BW, includes RF frequency response.
Attenuator Setting: 10 dB. For RSA6106A S/N ≥ B020214 and RSA6114A S/N ≥ B020630.
*13 High Dynamic Range mode selected.
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AM/FM/PM and Direct Audio Measurement (Opt. 10)
Characteristics (typical) for input frequencies <2 GHz, RBW: Auto, Averaging: Off,
Filters: Off
Description
Characteristic
PM Modulation Analysis
PM Measurements
Description
Characteristic
Analog Demodulation
Carrier Frequency Range
(for modulation and audio
measurements)
Maximum Audio
Frequency Span
9 kHz or (1/2 × Audio Analysis Bandwidth) to maximum
input frequency. Distortion and noise performance
reduced below 30 MHz
10 MHz
Audio Filters
Low Pass (kHz)
High Pass (Hz)
Standard
De-emphasis (μs)
File
0.3, 3, 15, 30, 80, 300, and user-entered up to 0.9 ×
audio bandwidth
20, 50, 300, 400, and user-entered up to 0.9 × audio
bandwidth
CCITT, C-Message
25, 50, 75, 750, and user-entered
User-supplied .TXT or .CSV file of amplitude/frequency
pairs. Maximum 1000 pairs
FM Modulation Analysis (Modulation Index >0.1)
FM Measurements
Carrier Power Accuracy
(10 MHz to 2 GHz, –20 to
0 dBm input power)
Carrier Frequency
Accuracy (Deviation:
1 to 10 kHz)
FM Deviation Accuracy
(Rate: 1 kHz to 1 MHz)
FM Rate Accuracy
(Deviation: 1 to 100 kHz)
Carrier Power, Carrier Frequency Error, Audio
Frequency, Deviation (+Peak, –Peak, Peak-Peak/2,
RMS), SINAD, Modulation Distortion, S/N, Total
Harmonic Distortion, Total Non-harmonic Distortion,
Hum and Noise
±0.85 dB
±0.5 Hz + (transmitter frequency × reference frequency
error)
±(1% of (rate + deviation) + 50 Hz)
±0.2 Hz
Residuals (FM) (Rate: 1 to 10 kHz, Deviation: 5 kHz)
THD
Distortion
SINAD
0.10%
0.7%
43 dB
AM Modulation Analysis
AM Measurements
Carrier Power, Audio Frequency, Modulation Depth
(+Peak, –Peak, Peak-Peak/2, RMS), SINAD,
Modulation Distortion, S/N, Total Harmonic Distortion,
Total Non-harmonic Distortion, Hum and Noise
±0.85 dB
Carrier Power Accuracy
(10 MHz to 2 GHz, –20 to
0 dBm input power)
AM Depth Accuracy
±0.2% + 0.01 × measured value
(Rate: 1 to 100 kHz,
Depth: 10% to 90%)
AM Rate Accuracy (Rate: ±0.2 Hz
1 kHz to 1 MHz, Depth:
50%)
Residuals (AM) (Rate: 1 to 100 kHz, Depth: 50%)
THD
Distortion
SINAD
14
0.16%
0.13%
58 dB
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Carrier Power Accuracy
(10 MHz to 2 GHz, –20 to
0 dBm input power)
Carrier Frequency
Accuracy (Deviation:
0.628 rad)
PM Deviation Accuracy
(Rate: 10 to 20 kHz,
Deviation: 0.628 to 6 rad)
PM Rate Accuracy (Rate:
1 to 10 kHz, Deviation:
0.628 rad)
Carrier Power, Carrier Frequency Error, Audio
Frequency, Deviation (+Peak, –Peak, Peak-Peak/2,
RMS), SINAD, Modulation Distortion, S/N, Total
Harmonic Distortion, Total Non-harmonic Distortion,
Hum and Noise
±0.85 dB
±0.02 Hz + (transmitter frequency × reference
frequency error)
±100% × (0.005 + (rate / 1 MHz))
±0.2 Hz
Residuals (PM) (Rate: 1 to 10 kHz, Deviation: 0.628 rad)
THD
Distortion
SINAD
0.1%
1%
40 dB
Direct Audio Input
Note: Direct input (unmodulated) audio measurements are limited by the
low-frequency input range of 9 kHz in the RSA6000 Series.
Audio Measurements
Signal Power, Audio Frequency (+Peak, –Peak,
Peak-Peak/2, RMS), SINAD, Modulation Distortion,
S/N, Total Harmonic Distortion, Total Non-harmonic
Distortion, Hum and Noise
9 kHz to 10 MHz
Direct Input Frequency
Range (for audio
measurements only)
Maximum Audio
10 MHz
Frequency Span
Audio Frequency
±0.2 Hz
Accuracy
±1.5 dB
Signal Power Accuracy
Residuals (Rate: 10 kHz, Input Level: 1.0 V)
THD
Distortion
SINAD
0.1%
0.8%
42 dB
Phase Noise and Jitter Measurement (Opt. 11)
Characteristic
Description
Carrier Frequency Range 30 MHz to Maximum Instrument Frequency – Less
selected Frequency Offset Range
Measurements
Carrier Power, Frequency Error, RMS Phase Noise,
Jitter (Time Interval Error), Residual FM
Residual Phase Noise
See Phase Noise specifications
Phase Noise and Jitter
Minimum Offset from Carrier: 10 Hz
Integration Bandwidth
Maximum Offset from Carrier: 1 GHz
Range
2
Number of Traces
Trace and Measurement Detection: Average or ±Peak
Functions
Smoothing Averaging
Optimization: Speed or Dynamic Range
Spectrum Analyzers — RSA6000 Series
Settling Time, Frequency, and Phase (Opt. 12)*14
Advanced Measurement Suite (Opt. 20)
Settled Frequency Uncertainty, 95% Confidence (Typical), at Stated
Measurement Frequencies, Bandwidths, and # of Averages
Measurement
Frequency Uncertainty at Stated Measurement
Frequency,
Bandwidth
Averages
110 MHz
10 MHz
1 MHz
100 kHz
Characteristic
1 GHz
Single
Measurement
100 Averages
1000 Averages
10 GHz
Single
Measurement
100 Averages
1000 Averages
20 GHz
Single
Measurement
100 Averages
1000 Averages
2 kHz
100 Hz
10 Hz
1 Hz
200 Hz
50 Hz
10 Hz
2 Hz
1 Hz
1 Hz
0.1 Hz
0.05 Hz
5 kHz
100 Hz
10 Hz
5 Hz
300 Hz
100 Hz
10 Hz
5 Hz
1 Hz
0.5 Hz
0.5 Hz
0.1 Hz
2 kHz
100 Hz
10 Hz
5 Hz
200 Hz
100 Hz
10 Hz
5 Hz
1 Hz
0.5 Hz
0.5 Hz
0.2 Hz
Settled Phase Uncertainty, 95% Confidence (Typical), at Stated
Measurement Frequencies, Bandwidths, and # of Averages
Measurement
Frequency,
Averages
1 GHz
Single
Measurement
100 Averages
1000 Averages
10 GHz
Single
Measurement
100 Averages
1000 Averages
20 GHz
Single
Measurement
100 Averages
1000 Averages
Phase Uncertainty at Stated
Description
Measurements
Average On Power, Peak Power, Average Transmitted
Power, Pulse Width, Rise Time, Fall Time, Repetition
Interval (seconds), Repetition Rate (Hz), Duty Factor
(%), Duty Factor (ratio), Ripple (dB), Ripple (%), Droop
(dB), Droop (%), Overshoot (dB), Overshoot (%),
Pulse-Pulse Frequency Difference, Pulse-Pulse Phase
Difference, RMS Frequency Error, Max Frequency
Error, RMS Phase Error, Max Phase Error, Frequency
Deviation, Phase Deviation, Impulse Response (dB),
Impulse Response (time), Time Stamp
Minimum Pulse Width for 150 ns (standard), 50 ns (Opt. 110)
Detection
1 to 10,000
Number of Pulses
System Rise Time
<25 ns (standard), <10 ns (Opt. 110)
(Typical)
Pulse Measurement
Signal Conditions: Unless otherwise stated, Pulse
Accuracy
Width >450 ns (150 ns, Opt. 110), S/N Ratio ≥30 dB,
Duty Cycle 0.5 to 0.001, Temperature 18 °C to 28 °C
Impulse Response
Measurement Range: 15 to 40 dB across the width of
the chirp
Measurement Accuracy (typical): ±2 dB for a signal
40 dB in amplitude and delayed 1% to 40% of the pulse
chirp width*15
Impulse Response
Taylor Window
Weighting
*15 Chirp Width 100 MHz, Pulse Width 10 μs, minimum signal delay 1% of pulse width or 10/(chirp bandwidth),
whichever is greater, and minimum 2000 sample points during pulse on-time.
Measurement Bandwidth
110 MHz
10 MHz
1 MHz
Pulse Measurement Performance
1.00°
0.50°
0.50°
0.10°
0.05°
0.05°
0.01°
0.05°
0.01°
1.50°
1.00°
0.50°
0.20°
0.10°
0.10°
0.05°
0.05°
0.02°
1.00°
0.50°
0.50°
0.10°
0.05°
0.05°
0.02°
0.05°
0.02°
Pulse Amplitude and Timing
Measurement
Accuracy (Typical)
Average On Power*16
Average Transmitted
Power*16
Peak Power*16
Pulse Width
Duty Factor
±0.3 dB + Absolute Amplitude Accuracy
±0.4 dB + Absolute Amplitude Accuracy
±0.4 dB + Absolute Amplitude Accuracy
±3% of reading
±3% of reading
*16 Pulse Width >300 ns (100 ns, Opt. 110).
*14 Measured input signal level > –20 dBm, Attenuator: Auto.
Frequency and Phase Error Referenced to Nonchirped Signal
At stated frequencies and measurement bandwidths*17, 95% confidence.
Bandwidth
20 MHz
40 MHz
60 MHz
(Opt. 110)
110 MHz
(Opt. 110)
CF: 2 GHz
CF: 10 GHz
CF: 20 GHz
Abs. Freq
Err (RMS)
Pulse-Pulse
Freq
Pulse-Pulse
Phase
Abs. Freq
Err (RMS)
Pulse-Pulse
Freq
Pulse-Pulse
Phase
Abs. Freq
Err (RMS)
Pulse-Pulse
Freq
Pulse-Pulse
Phase
±5 kHz
±10 kHz
±30 kHz
±13 kHz
±30 kHz
±70 kHz
±0.3°
±0.35°
±0.5°
±5 kHz
±10 kHz
±30 kHz
±40 kHz
±50 kHz
±150 kHz
±0.6°
±0.75°
±0.75°
±8 kHz
±20 kHz
±50 kHz
±60 kHz
±60 kHz
±275 kHz
±1.3°
±1.3°
±1.5°
±50 kHz
±170 kHz
±0.6°
±50 kHz
±150 kHz
±0.75°
±100 kHz
±300 kHz
±1.5°
*17 Pulse ON Power ≥ –20 dBm, signal peak at Reference Level, Attenuator = Auto, tmeas – treference ≤ 10 ms, Frequency Estimation: Manual. Pulse-to-Pulse Measurement time position excludes the beginning and ending of the pulse
extending for a time = (10 / Measurement BW) as measured from 50% of the t(rise) or t(fall). Absolute Frequency Error determined over center 50% of pulse. For RSA6106A S/N ≥ B020214 and RSA6114A S/N ≥ B020630.
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Frequency and Phase Error Referenced to a Linear Chirp
At stated frequencies and measurement bandwidths*17, 95% confidence.
Bandwidth
CF 2 GHz
CF: 10 GHz
CF: 20 GHz
Abs. Freq
Err (RMS)
Pulse-Pulse
Freq
Pulse-Pulse
Phase
Abs. Freq
Err (RMS)
Pulse-Pulse
Freq
Pulse-Pulse
Phase
Abs. Freq
Err (RMS)
Pulse-Pulse
Freq
Pulse-Pulse
Phase
±10 kHz
±12 kHz
±60 kHz
±25 kHz
±40 kHz
±130 kHz
±0.4°
±0.4°
±0.5°
±15 kHz
±15 kHz
±60 kHz
±30 kHz
±50 kHz
±150 kHz
±0.9°
±1.0°
±1.0°
±25 kHz
±30 kHz
±75 kHz
±50 kHz
±130 kHz
±200 kHz
±1.8°
±2.0°
±2.0°
±75 kHz
±275 kHz
±0.6°
±75 kHz
±300 kHz
±1.0°
±125 kHz
±500 kHz
±2.0°
20 MHz
40 MHz
60 MHz
(Opt. 110)
110 MHz
(Opt. 110)
*17 Pulse ON Power ≥ –20 dBm, signal peak at Reference Level, Attenuator = Auto, tmeas – treference ≤ 10 ms, Frequency Estimation: Manual. Pulse-to-Pulse Measurement time position excludes the beginning and ending of the pulse
extending for a time = (10 / Measurement BW) as measured from 50% of the t(rise) or t(fall). Absolute Frequency Error determined over center 50% of pulse. For RSA6106A S/N ≥ B020214 and RSA6114A S/N ≥ B020630.
Note: Signal type: Linear Chirp, Peak-to-Peak Chirp Deviation: ≤0.8 Measurement BW.
Digital Modulation Analysis (Opt. 21)
Characteristic
Description
Modulation Formats
π/2DBPSK, BPSK, SBPSK, QPSK, DQPSK,
π/4DQPSK, D8PSK, D16PSK, 8PSK, OQPSK,
SOQPSK, CPM, 16/32/64/128/256QAM, MSK, GMSK,
2-FSK, 4-FSK, 8-FSK, 16-FSK, C4FM
Up to 80,000 Samples
Analysis Period
Filter Types
Measurement filters
Reference filters
Alpha/B*T Range
Measurements
Symbol Rate Range
Square-root raised cosine, raised cosine, Gaussian,
rectangular, IS-95, IS-95 EQ, C4FM-P25, half-sine,
None, User Defined
Raised cosine, Gaussian, rectangular, IS-95,
SBPSK-MIL, SOQPSK-MIL, SOQPSK-ARTM, None,
User Defined
0.001 to 1, 0.001 step
Constellation, Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) vs. Time,
Modulation Error Ratio (MER), Magnitude Error vs.
Time, Phase Error vs. Time, Signal Quality, Symbol
Table, rho
FSK only: Frequency Deviation, Symbol Timing Error
1 kS/s to 100 MS/s (Modulated signal must be
contained entirely within acquisition BW of RSA6000
Series)
Digital (Opt. 21)
Symbol Rate
Residual EVM (Typical)
QPSK Residual EVM*18
100 kS/s
1 MS/s
10 MS/s
30 MS/s
80 MS/s (Opt. 110)
<0.35%
<0.35%
<0.6%
<1.5%
<2.0%
256 QAM Residual EVM*19
10 MS/s
30 MS/s
80 MS/s (Opt. 110)
<0.4%
<0.8%
<0.8%
Offset QPSK Residual EVM*18
100 kS/s
1 MS/s
10 MS/s
<0.5%
<0.5%
<1.4%
S-OQPSK (MIL, ARTM) Residual EVM*20
4 kS/s,
CF = 250 MHz
20 kS/s
100 kS/s
1 MS/s
<0.3%
<0.5%
<0.5%
<0.5%
S-BPSK (MIL) Residual EVM*21
4 kS/s,
CF = 250 MHz
20 kS/s
100 kS/s
1 MS/s
<0.2%
<0.5%
<0.5%
<0.5%
CPM (MIL) Residual EVM*21
4 kS/s,
CF = 250 MHz
20 kS/s
100 kS/s
1 MS/s
<0.3%
<0.5%
<0.5%
<0.5%
2/4/8/16 FSK Residual RMS FSK Error*22
10 kS/s, deviation 10 kHz <0.6%
*18 CF = 2 GHz, Measurement Filter = root raised cosine, Reference Filter = raised cosine,
Analysis Length = 200 symbols.
*19 CF = 2 GHz, Measurement Filter = root raised cosine, Reference Filter = raised cosine,
Analysis Length = 400 symbols.
*20 CF = 2 GHz unless otherwise noted. Reference Filters: MIL STD, ARTM, Measurement Filter: none.
*21 CF = 2 GHz unless otherwise noted. Reference Filter: MIL STD.
*22 CF = 2 GHz. Reference Filter: None, Measurement Filter: None.
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Adaptive Equalizer
Modulation Analysis Accuracy
Characteristic
Description
Analog (Typical)
Type
Linear, decision-directed, feed-forward (FIR)
equalizer with co-efficient adaptation and adjustable
convergence rate
BPSK, QPSK, OQPSK, π/2DBPSK, π/4DQPSK, 8PSK,
8DPSK, 16DPSK, 16/32/64/128/256QAM
Raised Cosine, Rectangular, None
Modulation
Description
AM Demodulation
Accuracy
±2%
0 dBm input at center
Carrier Frequency 1 GHz, 10 to 60% Modulation
Depth, 1 kHz/5 kHz Input/Modulated Frequency
PM Demodulation
Accuracy
±3°
0 dBm input at center
Carrier Frequency 1 GHz, 400 Hz/1 kHz
Input/Modulated Frequency
FM Demodulation
Accuracy
±1% of Span
0 dBm input at center
Carrier Frequency 1 GHz, 1 kHz/5 kHz
Input/Modulated Frequency
Modulation Types
Supported
Reference Filters for All
Modulation Types except
OQPSK
Reference Filters for
OQPSK
Filter Length
Taps/Symbol: Raised
Cosine, Half Sine, No
Filter
Taps/Symbol:
Rectangular Filter
Equalizer Controls
Raised Cosine, Half Sine
1 to 128 taps
1, 2, 4, 8
1
Inputs and Outputs
Off, Train, Hold, Reset
Flexible OFDM Characteristics (Opt. 22)
Characteristic
Recallable Standards
Parameter Settings
Description
WiMAX 802.16-2004, WLAN 802.11a/g/j
Guard Interval, Subcarrier Spacing, Channel
Bandwidth
Advanced Parameter
Constellation Detect: Auto; Manual Select (BPSK,
Settings
QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM)
Symbol Analysis Offset: (–100% to 0%)
Pilot Tracking: Phase, Amplitude, Timing
Swap I and Q: Enable/Disable
Summary Measurements Symbol Clock Error, Frequency Error, Average Power,
Peak-to-Average, CPE
EVM (RMS and Peak) for all carriers, plot carriers, data
carriers
OFDM Parameters: Number of Symbols, Frequency
Error, Symbol Clock Error, IQ Origin Offset, CPE,
Average Power, Peak-to-Average Power
EVM (RMS and Peak) for all subcarriers, pilot
subcarriers, data subcarriers
Displays
EVM vs. Symbol, vs. Subcarrier
Subcarrier Power vs. Symbol, vs. Subcarrier
Subcarrier Constellation
Symbol Data Table
Mag Error vs. Symbol, vs. Subcarrier
Phase Error vs. Symbol, vs. Subcarrier
Channel Frequency Response
Residual EVM
–44 dB (WiMAX 802.16-2004, 5 MHz BW)
–44 dB (WLAN 802.11g, 20 MHz BW)
Signal input power optimized for best EVM
Characteristic
Description
Front Panel
Display
RF Input Connector
Trigger Out
Trigger In
USB Ports
Audio
Touch panel, 10.4 in. (264 mm)
N-type female, 50 Ω (RSA6106A/RSA6114A)
3.5 mm male, ruggedized, 50 Ω (RSA6120A)
BNC, High: >2.0 V, Low: <0.4 V, output current 1 mA
(LVTTL), 50 Ω
BNC, 50 Ω/5 kΩ impedance (nominal), ±5 V max
input, –2.5 V to +2.5 V trigger level
1 USB 2.0, 1 USB 1.1
Speaker
Rear Panel
10 MHz REF OUT
External REF IN
External REF IN
Frequency Accuracy
Required
Trig 2 / Gate IN
GPIB Interface
LAN Interface Ethernet
USB Ports
VGA Output
Audio Out
Noise Source Drive
50 Ω, BNC, >0 dBm
50 Ω, BNC, –10 dBm - +6 dBm, 1 to 25 MHz in 1 MHz
steps, plus 1.2288, 4.8, 19.6608, and 31.07 MHz
≤ ±0.3 ppm
BNC, High: 1.6 to 5.0 V, Low: 0 to 0.5 V
IEEE 488.2
RJ45, 10/100/1000BASE-T
USB 2.0, two ports
VGA compatible, 15 DSUB
3.5 mm headphone jack
BNC, +28 V, 140 mA (nominal)
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Ordering Information
General Characteristics
Characteristic
Temperature Range
Operating
Storage
Warm-up Time
Altitude
Operating
Nonoperating
Relative Humidity
Operating and
nonoperating
(80% RH max when
accessing DVD)
Vibration
Operating (except
when equipped with
Option 06 Removable
HDD, or when
accessing DVD/CD)
Nonoperating
Shock
Operating
Nonoperating
Safety
Electromagnetic
Compatibility,
Complies with:
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
Data Storage
Calibration Interval
Warranty
GPIB
Description
RSA6106A
Spectrum Analyzer, 9 kHz to 6.2 GHz
+5 °C to +50 °C.
(+5 °C to +40 °C when accessing DVD)
–20 °C to +60 °C
20 min.
RSA6114A
Up to 3000 m (approximately 10,000 ft.)
Up to 12,190 m (40,000 ft.)
All Include: Quick-start Manual (Printed), Application Guide (Printed), Printable
Online Help File, Programmer's manual (on CD), power cord, BNC-N adapter
(RSA6106A/RSA6114), SMA Female barrel (RSA6120A), USB Keyboard, USB
Mouse, Front Cover, One-year Warranty.
Spectrum Analyzer, 9 kHz to 14 GHz
RSA6120A
Spectrum Analyzer, 9 kHz to 20 GHz
90% RH at 30 °C
(No condensation, max wet bulb, 29 °C)
Note: Please specify power plug and language options when ordering.
0.22GRMS. Profile = 0.00010 g2/Hz at 5-350 Hz,
–3 dB/Octave slope from 350-500 Hz, 0.00007 g2/Hz at
500 Hz, 3 Axes at 10 min/axis.
2.28GRMS. Profile = 0.0175 g2/Hz at 5-100 Hz,
–3 dB/Octave slope from 100-200 Hz, 0.00875 g2/Hz
at 200-350 Hz, –3 dB/Octave slope from 350-500 Hz,
0.006132 g2/Hz at 500 Hz, 3 Axes at 10 min/axis
15 G, half-sine, 11 ms duration. (1 G max when
accessing DVD and Opt. 06 Removable HDD)
30 G, half-sine, 11 ms duration
UL 61010-1:2004
CSA C22.2 No.61010-1-04
EU Council EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN61326, Class A
90 V AC to 240 V AC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz
90 V AC to 132 V AC, 400 Hz
450 W max
Internal HDD, USB ports, DVD±RW (Opt. 07),
Removable HDD (Opt. 06)
One year
One year
SCPI-compatible, IEEE488.2 compliant
Physical Characteristics
Dimensions
mm
in.
Height
Width
Depth
282
473
531
11.1
18.6
20.9
Weight
kg
lb.
With All Options
26.4
58
Note: Physical characteristics, with feet, without accessory pouch.
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Options
Option
Description
Opt. 01
Internal Preamp, 10 MHz to 3 GHz, 30 dB gain,
4 dB Noise Figure at 2 GHz, typical
1 GB Acquisition Memory Total, Frequency Mask
Trigger
Digital IQ Output and 500 MHz Analog IF Output
≥80 GB Removable HDD. This removes the internal
HDD
CD R/W, DVD-R. Includes internal HDD
AM/FM/PM Modulation and Audio Measurements
Phase Noise and Jitter Measurement
Settling Time Measurements (Frequency and Phase)
Advanced Signal Analysis
(including pulse measurements)
General Purpose Digital Modulation Analysis
Flexible OFDM
110 MHz Real-time Acquisition BW
Advanced Triggers and Swept DPX
Rackmount
Opt. 02
Opt. 05
Opt. 06*23
Opt. 07*23
Opt. 10
Opt. 11
Opt. 12
Opt. 20
Opt. 21
Opt. 22
Opt. 110
Opt. 200
Opt. 1R
*23 One of the following mutually exclusive options must be ordered: 06 or 07.
Accessories
Accessory
Description
RTPA2A Spectrum
Analyzer Probe Adapter
compatibility
RSAVu
Supports TekConnect probe series P7200, P7300,
P7300SMA, P7500
Software based on the RSA3000 Series platform for
analysis supporting 3G wireless standards, WLAN
(IEEE802.11a/b/g/n), RFID, Audio Demodulation, and
more measurements
E and H Near-field Probes For EMI troubleshooting. 119-4146-xx
Additional Removable
For use with Opt. 06 (Windows XP and instrument SW
Hard Drive
preinstalled). 065-0751-xx
Additional Removable
For use with Opt. 08 (Windows XP and instrument SW
Hard Drive (Solid State) preinstalled). 065-0765-xx
016-2026-xx
Transit Case
016-1962-xx
Rackmount Retrofit
071-1909-xx
Additional Quick-start
Manual (Paper)
071-1914-xx
Service Manual (Paper)
174-5706-xx
SMA (Male) to SMA
(Male) 36 in. Cable
SMA Female to Female 131-8508-xx
Barrel
Spectrum Analyzers — RSA6000 Series
International Power Plugs
Service
Option
Description
Option
Description
Opt. A0
Opt. A1
Opt. A2
Opt. A3
Opt. A4
Opt. A5
Opt. A6
Opt. A10
Opt. A11
Opt. A99
North America power
Universal Euro power
United Kingdom power
Australia power
240 V, North America power
Switzerland power
Japan power
China power
India power
No power cord or AC adapter
Opt.
Opt.
Opt.
Opt.
Opt.
Opt.
Calibration Service 3 Years
Calibration Service 5 Years
Calibration Data Report
Calibration Data Report 3 Years (with Opt. C3)
Calibration Data Report 5 Years (with Opt. C5)
Complete Care 3 Years (includes loaner, scheduled
calibration and more)
Complete Care 5 Years (includes loaner, scheduled
calibration and more)
Repair Service 3 Years
Repair Service 5 Years
Single Calibration or Functional Verification
C3
C5
D1
D3
D5
G3
Opt. G5
Opt. R3
Opt. R5
Opt. CA1
Upgrades – RSA6UP
Option
Description
For Serial Numbers
HW or SW
Factory Calibration
Required?
Opt. 01
Opt. 02
Internal Preamp, 10 MHz to 3 GHz
1 GB Memory, Frequency Mask Trigger for S/N
HW
SW
Yes
No
Opt. 2L
1 GB Memory, Frequency Mask Trigger for S/N
HW
No
Opt. 05
Opt. 06
Digital IQ Output and 500 MHz Analog IF Output
80 GB Removable HDD. This removes the internal
HDD, and is not compatible with Opt. 07
CD R/W, DVD-R. Includes internal HDD, and
is not compatible with Opt. 06
AM/FM/PM Modulation and Audio Measurements
Phase Noise and Jitter Measurements
Settling Time Measurements
(Frequency and Phase)
Advanced Signal Analysis
(including pulse measurements)
General Purpose Digital Modulation Analysis
Flexible OFDM
110 MHz Real-time Acquisition BW
110 MHz Real-time Acquisition BW
Advanced Triggers and Swept DPX (Tektronix
installation recommended, add Opt. IF)
Installation Labor for all purchased options
Installation Labor + Calibration
All
S/N ≥ B020212 (RSA6106A)
S/N ≥ B020603 (RSA6114A)
All RSA6120
S/N < B020212 (RSA6106A)
S/N < B020603 (RSA6114A)
All
All
HW
HW
No
No
All
HW
No
All
All
All
SW
SW
SW
No
No
No
All
SW
No
All
All
All S/N ≥ B02xxxx
All S/N B01xxxx
All
SW
SW
SW
HW
HW
No
No
No
Yes
No
All
All
—
—
—
—
Opt. 07
Opt. 10
Opt. 11
Opt. 12
Opt. 20
Opt.
Opt.
Opt.
Opt.
Opt.
21
22
110
110L
200
Opt. IF
Opt. IFC
Languages
Option
Description
Opt.
Opt.
Opt.
Opt.
English Manual
Japanese Manual
Simplified Chinese Manual
Russian Manual
L0
L5
L7
L10
Tektronix is registered to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 by SRI Quality System Registrar.
Product(s) complies with IEEE Standard 488.1-1987, RS-232-C, and with Tektronix
Standard Codes and Formats.
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