Fully CISPR-Compliant Digital EMC/EMI receivers 10 Hz – 18 GHz

Fully CISPR-Compliant Digital EMC/EMI receivers 10 Hz – 18 GHz
Fully CISPR-Compliant
Digital EMC/EMI receivers
10 Hz – 18 GHz
9010 - 9030 - 9060 - 9180
Main features at a glance
• The state-of-the-art full compliance 30 MHz EMI Digital Receiver
is the platform of the system. Based on direct Analog to Digital
conversion and sophisticated computation, it offers calibrationfree operation on almost all of its key components, i.e. RBW filters,
detectors, demodulation… while the RF front-end is self-calibrated by
the internal, precise RF signal generator.
• All the units are uniquely compact and lightweight: the low frequency
unit (9010) is about 4,1 kg and the high frequency extensions are about
2 kg. All are battery operated.
• Hardware and Firmware are designed around the current EMC
standards, and ready to upgrade to future changes in the same.
• Powerful digital Click Analyzer is fully compliant with the latest
CISPR specifications,1 (internal option) or 4 (external option) channels.
Performance characteristics highlights
• Frequency ranges from 10 Hz to 30 MHz; 3 GHz; 6 GHz; 18 GHz
• Full compliance with the latest edition of CISPR 16-1-1 standard,
including RMS-AVG detector, APD function, click measurements, etc.
• Commercial and military standards met within the frequency range
• CISPR and MIL-STD RBW filters.
• Integrated preamplifier (all units) and pulse limiter (only 9010).
• Mostly maintenance and calibration free; service done in minutes.
• Excellent RF characteristics.
• Built-in tracking signal generator up to 30 MHz (9010).
• Multimode functions: sweep, spectrum analyzer, scalar network
analyzer, manual receiver.
• Smart Detector: a “productivity booster” feature specifically designed
to dramatically improve test speed.
Precise, accurate, fast and easy-to-use
full compliance EMI/EMC tests to civilian
and military standards
• Flexible, easy to use for any kind of measurement in stand-alone,
integrated in systems or driven by PC.
• Optical link between main and high frequency units.
• No need for a coaxial cable to connect the antenna to the receiver.
• No aging of critical receiver parts (RBW filters, detectors, mixers,
oscillators, etc.) that cause degradation of the measurement accuracy.
• Easily and quickly serviced by swapping factory calibrated modules.
• Cost-effective.
• Internal memory for limits and correction values: antenna factors,
cable loss, probe factors etc.
• Built-in manual, semiautomatic and fully automatic test routines.
• All calculations required by the newest standards (e.g. Click, APD,
RMS-AVG, etc.) automatic and built-in.
• Battery powered.
• Extremely fast in all measurements.
The latest design effort of Narda STS has
produced a fully digital EMC receiver up
to 30 MHz. The advantages of the digital
techniques extended up to several GHz,
thus creating outstanding equipment
perfectly fitting the need of any designer
and test engineer.
The new EMI/EMC receivers 9010, 9030,
9060 and 9180 are fully compliant with
CISPR16-1-1 requirements and meet all
commercial and military standards for
EMC measurements, including the latest
They exhibit an outstanding precision and
are practically free of calibration; they are as
small as possible, lightweight and battery
operated; they are easy-to-use and easytointerface with a regular PC, and they are
to a wide extent flexible and programmable,
both locally and remotely. Servicing is as
easy as to plugging a card into a computer
and can be done simply by swapping with
pre-calibrated RF modules.
These new concepts make the Narda STS
receivers cost-effective and easy to update
simply by downloading new firmware
versions to cover all the future revisions of
the relevant international standards.
9010: the new fully digital receiver
that outperforms competition is here
Once more Narda STS is anticipating the
market and competition by introducing the first
Fully Digital EMC Receiver and Analyzer that
meets all the requirements of the latest civilian
and military standards (CISPR-16-1-1 & MILSTD-461F).
Every circuit in the receiver is digital now, with
the only exception of the attenuator and the
preselector that – physically – shall put a limit
to the RF energy entering the equipment.
This architecture, carefully designed to deliver
outstanding performances in a very small
volume, is the latest development of Narda STS
R&D Labs, well known all around the world
with the former name “PMM” for their original
and effective technical solutions.
Add the usual “Easy-to-Use” Narda STS
software - always acknowledged for offering
the best equipment control with a simple and
intuitive user interface - and the picture of the
new 9010 is almost complete.
The 9010 features several useful functions: as an example,
pictures above show the automatic highest peaks finder and the
intuitive way to observe the selected peak in Analyzer mode:
from measurement to debugging at users’ fingertips!
Practically maintenance-free and exceptionally stable, the 9010
EMI Receiver is the ideal solution for reliable measurements
day after day, month after month, year after year.
outstanding feature
that service can be
easily done by simply
replacing plug-in
represents a highly
valued advantage in
case, for example, of
damage to the RF
Indeed, even when an
excess of energy
or a too high signal would burn the input stage, the Customer
can be back in operation and continue his work in the shortest
possible time, being sure that his receiver is still perfectly
The Narda STS Sales Network is highly qualified and will be your
consultant for every measurement problem: ask the experts
and make your job easier with 9010, the guiding star in the EMC
9010: the new fully digital receiver that
outperforms competition is here.
Continuing the tradition of offering innovative
technical solutions for easy and practical
measurements applications, the 9010 - a fully
digital receiver in the 10 Hz to 30 MHz range
- is the first cornerstone of a system which
grows together with the users’ needs: all EMC
conducted measurements will be possible
by simply upgrading the 9010 with specific
options, e.g. Click Meter, MIL-STD filters, and
accessories - LISNs and probes - providing a
full compliance with almost all international
standard or proprietary specifications.
Moreover, the modular construction, based
on pre-calibrated subassemblies, offers the
fastest and most convenient recalibration and
service ever
9030, 9060 and 9180
9010 companion products
for testing up to 3, 6, or 18 GHz
Until now, technology has not allowed a fully
digital receiver up to the GHz range, Narda
STS has conceived the best possible solution
designing these extensions for 9010, enabling
the whole test system to go up to 3, 6 or 18
GHz taking all the benefits from the digital
The 9030, 9060 and 9180 are therefore
the ultra-fast 30 MHz - 3 GHz, 6 GHz or 18
GHz receivers extending the measurement
frequency range of the 9010 up to the field
of Radiated Emissions, thanks to a dedicated
RF module. A fast and safe connection with
9010 is guaranteed by a High Speed Digital
Optical Link, providing the most immune way to
transfer data: only the real measurement data
received at the antenna reaches the detectors!
This dedicated digital Front End perfectly
matches with the 9010, to create a compactsize, up-to-date digital receiver up to 3 , 6 or 18
9030, 9060 and 9180 are basically a highly
sophisticated auxiliary equipment, which
converts the RF input into a digital signal sent to
9010 through a Fiber Optic Cable. The transfer
rate is higher than 2.5 GB/s and a huge amount
of information is handled by the proprietary
Very limited dimensions and lightweight
construction allow the 9030 , 9060 and 9180
to be connected directly to the antenna, making
the dream of many test engineers come
true. Benefits are really many, as RF coaxial
cables for antenna to receiver connection
may significantly affect measurements due to
intrinsic cable loss and impedance mismatch.
Moreover, cables may pick up unwanted RF
signals along the path from the antenna to the
receiver. The 9030, 9060 and 9180 overcome
all those error sources through the optical link,
thus providing more
accurate and reliable measurements.
In order to allow complete galvanic separation,
9030, 9060 and 9180 are battery powered
by the same Li-Ion plug-in rechargeable
battery used for the 9010 unit, thus providing
interchangeability and noisefree
performances for up to four hours of continuous
operation. Replacing the plug-in battery is just a
matter of seconds.
The PMM software can drive the coupled
9010-9030, 9010-9060 or 9010-9180 to
easily perform any measurement foreseen by
the commercial and military standards, even
stand-alone or, whenever required, with the
necessary auxiliary equipment.
The APD (Amplitude Probability Distribution)
function is another example of how well the
new PMM receivers can respond to the evolving
requests of upcoming standards.
The APD is a statistical characterization of
signals recently introduced for testing above 1
GHz, that requires scanning of selected spans
and measurements on several frequencies
using Peak detector and Max Hold function,
then sorting frequencies that show highest
disturbance levels and comparing them with
the limits for a given “Probability”.
This requires the receiver
featuring outstanding hardware
with high range, huge memory
and ultra fast computation
capabilities - and a software
capable of handling all the
different test possibilities (two
approaches are defined: E-based
and P-based).
Moreover, to make the Test
Engineer’s life easier, the
software allows the user to
adopt the most convenient
test approach – fully automatic, semiautomatic,
manual, etc. - and, last but not least, to report
all the data and results the User may need.
Fiber Optic link between 9010
main unit and 9030, 9060 &
9180 RF extension units.
Max.length: 100 m.
Universal kit for
mounting 9030, 9060 &
9180 directly on theantenna connector
High performance
digital architecture
characterized by an ultra-fast A/D converter with
the DSP controlling 3 processors for different
functions: RSP (Receiver Signal Processor),
No calibrations,
no adjustaments
after the A/D converter which is inserted in the
circuit just when the signal comes out of the
input attenuator and the preselector, to take
the maximum benefit from the digital approach.
All the internal references are derived from the
system clock: the receiver is free from any phase
noise, jitter, drift, etc.
High-speed RSP and DSP
for highest precision and simultaneity. A
dedicated Receiver Signal Processor handles
all the numeric signals within the digital IF,
while the Digital Signal Processor provides all
of the calculations and signals treatment, like
simultaneous detections, demodulations and
graphical representation in real time.
The powerful RSP
(Receiver Signal Processor)
allows the use of the FIR (Finite Impulse Response)
technique to create digital RBW filters: the result
is an impressive lifetime stability of such filters
and a shape controlled to the perfection, due
to its mathematical modelling. The competitive
receivers featuring analogue filters are definitely
several steps behind.
The Numeric Local Oscillator generates pure
mathematical signals for the Digital IF Filters,
divided into Real and Imaginary parts. The main
advantage of the mathematicmain advantage of
the mathematic approach is that the computing
function do not generate those spurious
components a conventional analog mixer would
The Pure Mathematical
Detectors and Functions
feature absolute stability and lifetime calibrationfree operation. The response of such RF receiver
is no longer depending from the input signals and
the detectors always work exactly as intended.
These detectors are mathematical functions for
unsurpassed performance and precision: they are
simply the best and simultaneous by definition.
It shall be noted that all these detectors and
functions are needed in a receiver full compliant
to the latest CISPR 16-1-1. Then the Product
Committee can decide which of these features
are the most appropriate; for instance, the latest
RMS+Avg detector and the APD functions – as
well as the Average detector - will be used with
the new digital equipment and/or above 1 GHz.
No problem for other products still requiring
the more traditional Quasi- Peak and Average
detectors: they’re all on board
Absolute and stable
compliance to CISPR/MIL-STD
of all digital RBW filters. It’s simply amazing
the perfection of these filters mathematically
created and shaped to meet
exactly the CISPR requirements.
If needed by changes in the standards, new
markets opportunities, custom requests etc.
Narda can model new filters to upgrade the
receivers and implement the new features.
This consists just in firmware upgrade done by
the user and is a matter of seconds.
Ultra-fast measurements of
CISPR A-band (9 kHz ÷ 150 kHz)
the FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) function allows
to perform a full scan of the whole A-band in only
1 second! Even when the source is emitting for
very short periods of time - or when the source
operating cycle is extremely short, there is a
much higher probability to capture and measure
the disturbance.
Hold Time
another step ahead from analogue behaviour! At
each frequency step, given by the selected filter
bandwidth, the 9010 really stops for the preset
time, so taking a perfect picture of the signal
under analysis, while analogue receivers may
show a certain “drift” depending from the sweep
With setting equal to 0, the Hold Time is the
minimum time of permanence required by
the selected IF filter for the fastest possible
measurement speed
Built-in Preselector
designed to make correct measurements of all
input signals, including pulses.The quality of
the preselector - one of the very few analogue
sections in the receiver – is essential to guarantee
the best performances and represents the
most important difference between a true EMI
Receiver, capable of the more reliable results,
and a generic Spectrum Analyzer adapted to
perform EMC measurements.
The Auto Attenuator
provides maximum dynamic range without
distortion. It is controlled by an FPGA (Field
Programmable Gate Array) directly driven by
the internal DSP (Digital Signal Processor) and
provides optimum performances in every testing
condition, while protecting the RF input (e.g.: zero
dB attenuation is not allowed in auto-attenuation
The Built-in Preamplifier
of 9010 cannot be saturated thus it provides
correct response to continuous and pulsed
signals, while in most receivers the preamplifier
is directly connected to the RF input. Saturation
might be there without notice!
Pulse Limiter
is built-in in the 9010, providing an extra
protection, if required.
The Pre-Loaded CISPR Limits
are stored in a non-volatile memory and
immediately available for tests done in “Sweep
Mode”: easy, fast and error free!
The Internal RF Generator
in 9010 is a very flexible RF generator tracking
with the span or settable at any frequency in
the range of 10 Hz ÷ 50 MHz: another powerful
tool for the designers that makes the 9010
an easy-to-use scalar network analyzer for
characterizing components, filters as well as for
automatic insertion loss measurements (CISPR
15/ EN 55015). This generator provides also the
selfcalibration of the equipment, as it represents
the main frequency reference for all the receiver
To keep it calibrated, it‘s enough to send back to
Narda just the generator module itself: a terrific
advantage in terms of costs and speed.
The Click Meter Option
allows the user to perform continuous
disturbance tests in a straightforward and easy
The receiver takes care of everything: evaluation
of the Click Rate N; applicable exceptions; Click
measurement using Upper Quartile Method; Full
Report with all mandatory data.
9010 fully supports the new standard dealing
with all the allowed four exceptions, showing
in real time all the events including click details
and reporting all mandatory and optional data
to make a detailed report. It shall be noted that
the handling of E-3 is the most demanding in
terms of hardware and software, however it is
also the exception that is more beneficial for the
customer, as it allows to skip unnecessary tests.
In general, the first investigation is terminated
as per one of the required events listed in the
standard: after 40 clicks; after the standard 120
minutes; after a specific time span; manually;
paused and resumed to allow restarting recursive
EUT programs.
Moreover, the 9010 has the unique feature
“Smart Measure” that can dramatically speed
up the Click test: another productivity feature by
Narda STS.
Input and Output
USB 2.0, RS232C, and Bluetooth for PC
communication (GPIB/IEEE-488 via optional
external adapter).
Programmable User Port to control auxiliary
equipment like LISNs and other automatic
High-Speed Optic links featuring 2.6 GBps
transfer rate, Bluetooth link, battery charger
Graphic Display
Instruments typically compromise physical
dimensions with display size and type.
Despite its small size, the 9010 features a
sophisticated graphic process that allows the
bright, clear, 16-levels grey backlighted display
to catch and show even the narrowest peak in
the spectrum
the receiver can be operated as stand-alone
by the front knob and soft keys through userfriendly menus, or remotely by a PC connected
via USB or RS232 Serial interface (Bluetooth
Internal batteries
for enhanced portability and for field tests, also
offering the major advantage of being completely
disconnected from the mains in critical analysis,
for measurements not influenced at all in hostile
or noisy environments.
Easier Radiated Power set-up
as the high frequency receiver can be mounted
directly on top of the EM Clamp using a suitable
Clamp Adapter and a very short cable connection
from the receiver to the EM Clamp.
This means that the long, movable connection
(usually going to a reel on the ceiling of the lab
and from there to the receiver) is made with a
fibre optic, not with a coaxial cable which is
heavier, thicker, less flexible, more subject to
damage - especially near to the connectors.
Again, mechanical and electrical advantages for
the test Engineers.
In-situ Tests
or any tests where the connection to the supply
network may introduce additional noise, e.g. due
to ground loops - are no longer a problem with
the 9010 / 9030 / 9060 / 9180 receivers: they are
battery operated and all share the same model
of rechargeable battery. Easy, clean, fast, simple
Input Quantity
Analogue uncertainty contribution
(typical) in dB
9010 uncertainty contribution
Receiver reading
Equal or better
TBD, but not present
Antenna receiver
TBD, but not present
TBD, but not present
TBD, but not present
TBD, but not present
Better (w/ 9030-9060-9180)
TBD, but not present
Absent with 9030, 9060 or 9180
Receiver correction:
Sine wave
Pulse amplitude response
Pulse repetition rate response
Cable-Antenna (or other transducer, e.g. E.M. clamp) balance
Cables coupling to ground
Comparison between antenna-receiver connected by coaxial cable (blue trace) and 9030 directly
connected to the antenna and linked to 9010 by fiber optic cable (pink trace).
The example shows how PMM’s solution can prevent unwanted signals being picked up by the
coaxial cable along its path from the antenna to outside the chamber.
The same rechargeable plug-in battery is
used for all 9010, 9030, 9060 & 9180
Operating Principles of the
9010 - 9030 - 9060 - 9180
Perfect, life-long stable and calibration-free RBW filters
(picture: 200 Hz RBW CISPR filter)
After the A/D conversion the behaviour
of a regular receiver is mathematically
simulated in order to perfectly match
international standards specifications.
Even for a digital architecture,
preselector filters and input attenuators
are mandatory for limiting the signal
energy into well defined RF bands,
to improve the dynamic range and to
increase the signal to noise ratio, thus
ensuring accurate measurements of
all wideband complex signals typical of
EMC measurements.
The input attenuator provides the
maximum dynamic range with no
distortion. This is particularly important
in conducted tests where overloading
signals may be present outside the
frequency band under test.
To prevent this from happening, the
9010’s input attenuator is directly
controlled by the DSP in wideband mode
to maintain the response linearity in any
conditions and also to protect the RF
input from out-of-band signals that are
too high.
No calibrations and no adjustments
are required after the A/D converter:
CISPR IF filters and detectors are all
mathematically calculated and are thus
not subject to any degradation for the life
of the instrument. This high performance
digital architecture features an ultra-fast
A/D converter with the DSP controlling 3
more processors for different functions:
The ADC is followed by the Receiver
Signal Processor - RSP - that performs
most of the analogue-like functions of
the receiver and handles all the numeric
signals within the digital IF, with the
main advantage of this solution directly
deriving from the perfection of the
mathematic approach: the computing
function is equivalent to conventional
analogue mixers, but simply cannot
generate spurious components which
are therefore absent.
The sampled signals are processed by
the RSP in a purely mathematical “mixerlike mode”, and then applied to FIR (Finite
Impulse Response) digital RBW filters:
the result is an unbelievably stable filter,
a shape controlled to perfection as it is
mathematically modelled. Adjustments
needed by analogue filters are simply not
One of the fastest available DSP not
only controls the RSP, but also performs
all of the calculations and signal
processing, like simultaneous detections
and graphical representation, in real
time; it controls other functions like the
frequency sweep, etc.
The DSP simultaneously applies the
mathematical algorithms corresponding
to the detectors Peak, CISPR QuasiPeak, RMS, Average, RMS+AVE whose
response is no longer depends on the
input signals, as the detectors always
work exactly as intended in perfect time
coherent measurements.
Thanks to the high number of operations
performed by the DSP - equivalent to
those of an ideal 10 GHz Pentium 4™
- the DSP also manages the different
operating modes: Sweep Mode, like a
traditional receiver with CISPR Limits
stored in non-volatile memory, Spectrum
and Manual Mode.
The Spectrum Mode allows the receiver
to perform spectrum analyzer functions,
and thanks to the very high scan speed
(<100 ms for full-span 9 kHz-30 MHz @
IF resolution 300 kHz) it is very useful for
any kind of debugging.
In Manual Mode the filter in CISPR bands
is selected automatically according to
the frequency and the data are displayed
with a dynamic range up to 120 dB, and
the hold time is exactly the integration
time theoretically required by the applied
Moreover, hold time means that the
receiver really stops for the preset time,
thus taking a perfect picture of the signal
under analysis, with no drift depending
from on the sweep time.
Block diagram of the 9010 EMI Digital Receiver
Other RBW filter standards which
may be required in future can be easily
added: Narda designers will model
them mathematically, verify their
performances and add them to userfriendly firmware upgrades.
The huge internal memory combined
with the capability of making a FFT
(Fast Fourier Transform) analysis of the
signals allows for an ultra-fast complete
scan of the whole A-band (9 to 150 kHz)
performed in only 1 second even with the
200 Hz filter.
Even in those cases when the source
is on for very short periods of time – or
when the source has an extremely short
cycle - it is possible to see and measure
the emissions.
A clever function - the Smart Detector
- dramatically reduces test time and
improves productivity: the receiver starts
scanning with the fast peak detector then,
when the reading is close to a selected
limit it immediately turns to quasi-peak
detector (or any other selected one),
moves some frequency step back and
measures with the new detector until
the signal returns low; then the receiver
turns back in peak mode and continues
the scan at the highest possible speed,
repeating this process any time there’s
an over limit peak.
This “performance booster” was first
introduced in PMM’s receivers in 1990.
To maintain calibration a signal reference
is essential: a high stability internal RF
Signal Generator (60 to 90 dBμV in 0,1
dB steps) has been added to the 9010.
This RF generator can work in tracking
mode with the span or set at any
frequency in the range of 10 Hz to 50 MHz:
in addition to being the main reference for
the receiver, it also makes the receiver an
easy-to-use scalar network analyzer for
characterizing components, antennas,
filters etc.
To always keep your receiver perfectly
calibrated, just send the generator
module back to your Narda Dealer: a
terrific advantage in terms of costs and
After recalibration, this single module
is easily reinstalled into the receiver to
restart operations immediately after.
The 9030, 9030 and 9180 are innovative
and different from this stand point:
although they need an external frequency
reference source for calibration check,
the complete RF front-end only - a
single, solid block module - can be sent
to Factory the same way.
Utilizing a digital receiver implementation,
it’s easy for such a receiver to integrate
a single channel Click Receiver with no
additional hardware required: an external
option is required only to have a full 4
channels click evaluation.
Moreover, the huge memory of the
receiver (required for storing each
disturbance duration and interval and
for post-process) is essential to be
able to fulfil the recently modified click
specifications approved by CISPR.
Configurations and application examples
Example of Test Setup for RFI Voltage Measurement
Radiated measurements with 9030/9060/9180
mounted directly on an antenna connector
9010 + 9030
Conducted tests up to
30 MHz Interference
optional rod antenna
All kinds of conducted and radiated
measurements up to 3 GHz (CISPR 11
group 1; CISPR 11 group 2 with operating
frequency < 400 MHz; CISPR 12; CISPR 13;
CISPR 14-1; CISPR 22 when the highest
internal source frequency is up to 500 MHz;
future CISPR 32 when the highest internal
source frequency is up to 500 MHz)
9010 + 9060
9010 + 9060 + 9180
Conducted and radiated measurements
up to 6 GHz (as above plus: CISPR 22,
any frequency of internal source; future
CISPR 32, any frequency of internal
source but except outdoor units of direct
to home satellite receivers)
Conducted and radiated measurements up to 18 GHz (as above
plus: CISPR 22, any frequency of internal source; future CISPR 32,
any frequency of internal source but except outdoor units of direct
to home satellite receivers)
9010 as a Discontinuous
(Click) Analyzer
In the application of measurement of
Discontinuous Conducted Disturbances
(Clicks) the 9010 EMI receiver equipped
with the Click Option not only guarantees
full compliance to the latest CISPR-14-1
requirements: thanks to its fully digital
structure it offers superior stability and
performance as an Automatic Click Analyzer
• wide memory to store each disturbance
duration and interval as required by
• automatic evaluation of Click Rate N
• automatic use of Exceptions, if applicable
• automatic Click measurement using Upper
Quartile Method
• exclusive Smart Measure function to speed
up tests
• real time displaying of all events including
click details
• generation of a Report with all mandatory
data (and more)
Moreover, the 9010 as a click Analyzer can
be tailored to the users’ requirements: from
the basic single-channel solution, that’s
embedded in the 9010 hardware and can be
ordered and activated by the user at any time,
up to the full four-channel configuration
consisting of an external unit to connect to
the 9010 Receiver (single-channel Click
option required).
9010 - 9030 - 9060 - 9180
Emission Suite PC software
The PMM Emission Suite comes with PMM EMI receivers for user-friendly operation as never seen before:
- Full control of all auto and manual Receiver functions
- Real-time display on PC
- One-click operating mode change : Scan/Sweep, Analyzer, Manual
- Import and creation of Limits
- Import and creation of Correction Factors Tables for ancillary equipment (antennas, cables etc.)
- Retrieve, save, recall and compare measurements
- Simultaneous Marker on all Detectors and Zoom
- “n” Highest Peaks Finder and Scan Table generation
- Measured LISN lines scrolling by mouse wheel
- Functions specific to Lighting Equipment (IEC/EN55015, IEC62493)
- 2D - 3D Waterfall and time analysis (option)
- GTEM correlation to OATS (for radiated measurements)
- Warning messages for incorrect settings
- Report generation
- Import-export of complete measurements
- Mast-table control (option)
Just one click
to move across
Powerful, clear scan table
Easy setting of limits by bands
Creation of frequency tables from “N” highest peaks
Generation of customizable reports
Displaying of up to 5 arbitrary limits
Examples of basic functions
Spectrum Analyzer mode
Manual mode
Examples of dedicated functions
IEC 62493
IEC 62493 requires the exposure of humans to the EMF generated by lighting
devices to be assessed by measuring the RF field with a dedicated sensor the Van der Hoofden Test Head - and by calculating an adimensional quantity
to be confronted with the reference limit. PMM Emission Suite makes it all
automatically and safely, in few clicks!
A standard feature of PMM Emission Suite,
G-TEM correlation
According to the EMC Standard EN
61000-4-20, measurements obtained
from TEM / G-TEM cells by an EUT
rotated along its x-y-z axis can be
correlated to those obtained in an
OATS (Open Area Test Site) by specific
algorithms. The G-TEM correlation
function correlates in few clicks
the x-y-z measurements into a final
measurement spectrum that can be
compared with the limits. A standard
feature of PMM Emission Suite,
Turntable and antenna mast
control (option)
This function provides an intuitive but
complete setting of two-step - pre-scan
and scan - automatic measurements of
radiated emissions by controlling the
antenna mast and the turntable via GPIB
(external controller required - check for
the compatibility).
W h e n
the antenna
and turntable
can be set
manually and
the receiver
operated in
Manual and
An optional function of PMM Emission Suite for collecting subsequent spectra displayed in 3-D: frequency, amplitude and
time, to see at a glance the variations of the spectral components during time.
This allows for an immediate correlation of the disturbance with the EUT operating cycles, e.g. during its run up - run down
pha es, and generally for recognizing intermittent disturbances.
The time history of the spectra can be displayed in two ways:
Waterfall diagram, particularly useful when the spectral contents are relatively limited, e.g. in presence of narrowband
Spectrogram, showing the peaks amplitude with different colors, more useful for complex, broadband disturbances
The time history can cover several hours; the cursor gives full information of each single peak. Display commands include
size, scrolling, orientation, dynamic, color management.
Purchase of activation code required.
Waterfall diagram
Spectrogram diagram
Time history of a single frequency
When a specific frequency is selected by the marker (left) its changes of amplitude during time can be displayed
and measured, for an immediate correlation with the EUT operation or cycle that may generate the disturbance.
User-upgradeable Firmware
A simple utility included in the PMM Emission Suite CD allows the user to upgrade the firmware of his own PMM receiver
whenever required by future standards, measuring features and test solutions. A dedicated operating system allows the
9010 to be ready to use just few seconds after power on.
An exclusive “parking memory” makes upgrading the PMM Receivers Firmware totally failsafe against unexpected
interruptions that may occur during downloading.
Technical Specifications
9010 - CISPR 16-1-1 & MIL-STD-461F Compliant
Frequency range
Reference frequency
10 Hz to 30 MHz
0,1 Hz
< 1 ppm
Display units
dBm,dBμV, (dBμA,dBpW,dBμV/m,
dBμA/m by PMM Emission Suite)
RF input
10 dB RF att.
0 dB RF att.
Preamplifier gain
Pulse limiter
Displayed dynamic
80, 100, 120 dB selectable
Zin 50 Ω, BNC fem.
< 1,2
0 dB to 35 dB (5 dB steps)
20 dB (after preselector)
Built in (selectabl
Spectrum Analyzer
100 Hz ÷ 3 MHz
Max input level
(without equipment
Sinewave AC voltage
Pulse spectral density
Frequency ranges
IF bandwidth
3 dB bandwidth
6 dB bandwidth
Noise level
(Preamplifier ON)
137 dBμV (1 W)
97 dBμV/MHz
(One LP and six BP filters)
< 9 kHz
9 kHz to 150 kHz
150 kHz to 500 kHz
500 kHz to 3 MHz
3 MHz to 10 MHz
10 MHz to 20 MHz
20 MHz to 30 MHz
3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz
0,2 and 9 kHz (CISPR 16-1-1)
10, 100 Hz; 1,10 kHz
(100 kHz, 1 MHz MIL-STD-461
when operated with 9030 or
9 - 150 kHz < -8 dBμV (QP)
(200 Hz BW) < -15 dBμV (AV)
S/N > 20 dB
10 Hz to 9 kHz ±1,0 dB Typ.
9 kHz to 30 MHz ±1,0 dB
RF output
Tracking &
CW Generator.
Frequency range
Level accuracy
(10 Hz to 30 MHz)
Zout 50 Ω, BNC fem
AM; volume setting by knob
Internal reference source
I/O Interface
High Speed Optical (2 channels;
2nd for future extension)
USB Rear
USB Front (future extension)
User Port (drives PMM LISNs)
Bluetooth (optional)
IEEE-488 (optional)
Click meter
1 to 4 simultaneous channels
Full compliant to EN 55014-1
Operating temperature
0° to 40°C
Power supply
10 - 15 Vdc, 2.5A
Li-Ion rechargeable plug-in
(8h avg. duration)
AC universal adapter/charger
235x105x335 mm
4,1 kg
0,15 - 30 MHz < -4 dBμV (QP)
(9 kHz BW) < -10 dBμV (AV)
(simultaneous on PMM
Emission Suite)
Peak, Quasi-Peak, Average, RMS,
RMS-Average (*), C-Average, APD
Smart Detector function
Level measuring time
(Hold time)
CISPR 16-1-1 as default
Variable, 1 ms to 30 sec.
Stand-alone display &
measure functions
Marker; marker peak; marker to
center; highest peaks;move peak
to Analyzer & Manual modes
Store & Load:
- up to 11 traces (sweep mode)
- two panels
- 4 conversion factors
Built-in limits: CISPR 11, 14, 22
Battery charge and voltage
Display style, contrast, backlight
Click functions (option required)
10 Hz to 50 MHz
60 to 90 dBμV (0.1 dB step)
± 0,5 dB
(*) RMS-Average detector manufactured under license of
Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG
9030 - 9060 - 9180 (CISPR 16-1-1 & MIL-STD-461F Compliant)
Frequency range
Frequency accuracy
30 MHz to 300 MHz
100 Hz
< 2 ppm
30 MHz to 6 GHz
100 Hz
< 2 ppm
6 GHz to 18 GHz
100 Hz
< 2 ppm
RF input
Zin 50 Ω, N fem.
Zin 50 Ω, N fem
Zin 50 Ω, N fem
10 dB RF att.
0 dB RF att.
< 1.2
< 1.2
< 1,2; <2 over 1 GHz;
<2; <3 over 3 GHz
0 dB to 55 dB (5dB steps)
0 dB to 55 dB (5dB steps)
0 dB to 45 dB (5 dB steps)
Preamplifier Gain
10 dB (selectable)
20 dB; 15dB above 1 GHz
20 dB
Max input level
(without equipment damage)
Sinewave AC voltage
Pulse spectral density
137 dBμV (1 W)
97 dBμV/MHz
137 dBμV (1 W)
97 dBμV/MHz
137 dBμV (1 W)
Three tracking filters and one bandpass filter
Four tracking filters and two
bandpass filters
30,0 MHz to 96,6 MHz
96,6 MHz to 311,0 MHz
311,0 MHz to 1,0 GHz
30,0 MHz to 72.0 MHz
72.0 MHz to 173,0 MHz
173,0 MHz to 416.0 MHz
416.0 MHz to 1 GHz
1 GHz to 3 GHz
3 GHZ to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 9 GHz
9 GHz to 12 GHz
12 GHz to 15 GHz
15 GHz to 18 GHz
3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz, 1 MHz (Bimp)
120 kHz
1 MHz (CISPR 16-1-1) B-imp / MILSTD 6 dB
3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz, 1 MHz (Bimp)
120 kHz
1 MHz (CISPR 16-1-1) B-imp / MILSTD 6 dB
3, 10, 30, 100, 300 kHz
9, 120 kHz – 1 MHz
30 to 300 MHz <5 dBμV (QP);
(120 kHz BW) < 1 dBμV (AV)
30 to 300 MHz < 10 dBuV (QP)
(120 kHz BW) < 7 dBuV (AV)
6 to 18 GHz < 28 dBuV (P)
(1 MHz BW) < 22 dBuV (AV)
300 MHz to 3 GHz < 8 dBμV (QP)
(120 kHz BW) < 4 dBμV (AV)
300 to 3000 MHz < 13 dBuV (QP)
(120 kHz BW) < 7 dBuV (AV)
IF bandwidth
6 dB bandwidth
CISPR 16-1-1 bandwidth (6 dB)
Noise level
(Preamplifier OFF)
3000 to 6000 MHz < 15 dBuV (QP)
(120 kHz BW) < 10 dBuV (AV
(Preamplifier ON)
30 to 300 MHz < -1 dBμV (QP);
(120 kHz BW) < -5 dBμV (AV)
30 to 300 MHz < - 20 dBuV (AV)
(10 kHz BW)
300 MHz to 3 GHz < 2 dBμV (QP);
(120 kHz BW) < -2 dBμV (AV)
300 to 3000 MHz < - 18 dBuV (AV)
(10 kHz BW)
6 to 18 GHz < -12 dBuV (P)
(10 kHz BW) < -17 dBuV (AV)
3000 to 6000 MHz < - 12 dBuV (AV)
(10 kHz BW)
Spurious response
< 10 dBuV, < 15 dBuV above 1 GHz
< 10 dBuV, < 15 dBuV above 2 GHz
< 20 dBuV
Measurement accuracy
S/N > 20 dB
± 1,0 dB
30 to 1000 MHz ± 1.0 dB
1 to 3 GHz ± 1.5 dB
3 to 6 GHz ± 2.0 dB
6 to 18 GHz ± 2.0 dB
I/O Interface
High Speed Optical Link;
RS232 (service only)
High Speed Optical Link;
RS232 (service only)
High Speed Optical Link;
RS232 (service only)
Operating temperature
0° to 40°C
0° to 40°C
-5° to 45°C
Power Supply
10 - 15 Volt DC, 2,5A; Li-Ion interchangeable battery
(4 h operations, average);
AC universal adapter/charger
10 - 15 Volt DC, 2,5A; Li-Ion interchangeable battery
(4 h operations, average);
AC universal adapter/charger
10 - 15 Volt DC, 2,5A; Li-Ion interchangeable battery
(4 h operations, average);
AC universal adapter/charger
235 x 105 x 105 mm
235 x 105 x 335 mm
235 x 105 x 335 mm
2 kg
2.2 kg
2.2 kg
Ordering Information
EMI receiver 10 Hz - 30 MHz, CISPR 16-1-1 full-compliance 9 kHz - 30 MHz, including:
- internal tracking generator
- battery pack, AC adapter/charger
- PC software PMM Emission Suite
- Control cables (USB, RS-232), BNC-BNC cable
Extension unit 30 MHz - 3 GHz for model 9010, CISPR 16-1-1 full-compliant, including:
- 20 m fiber optic cable
- battery pack with charger
- antenna holder with adapters for BC-01, LP-02 and other models (ref. to manual)
- N-male—N-male; N-male-BNC fem. adapters
- SPA-01, plug-in AC supply adapter (replaces battery) for continuous operation
Extension unit 30 MHz - 6 GHz for model 9010, CISPR 16-1-1 full-compliant, including:
- 20 m fiber optic cable
- battery pack with charger
- antenna holder with adapters for BC-01, LP-02 and other models. (ref. to manual)
- N-male-N-male; N-male-BNC fem. adapters
- SPA-01, plug-in AC supply adapter (replaces battery) for continuous operation
Extension unit 6 GHz - 18 GHz for model 9010, CISPR 16-1-1 full-compliant, including:
- 20 m fiber optic cable
- battery pack with charger
- N-male-N-male; adapters
- SPA-01, plug-in AC supply adapter (replaces battery) for continuous operation
CISPR-16-1-1 accredited calibration certificate for 9010
CISPR-16-1-1 accredited calibration certificate for 9010 & 9030
CISPR-16-1-1 accredited calibration certificate for 9010 & 9060
CISPR-16-1-1 accredited calibration certificate for 9010 & 9180
UKAS accredited calibration certificate for 9010 + 9010/Click according to CISPR-16-1-1 & CISPR-14-1
Optional Accessories and Functions
MIL-STD-461F RBW Filters
CISPR RMS-AVG detector
1-channel Click Analyzer function, CISPR 14-1: 2005 full-compliance, including:
- Switching Operation Box, control cables, 2x20 dB attenuator
NOTE: field-installable function (advice 9010 S/N for upgrading confirmation)
External box to connect to a receiver 9010 equipped with 9010/click option. Allows four-channel simultaneous click measurements according to CISPR-14-1-1. AC power only.
RS-232 to BlueTooth adapter for 9010
RS-232 to GPIB (IEEE-488) external adapter for 9010
Spare Li-Ion Battery Pack for 9010, 9030, 9060 or 9180
AC adapter/charger for BP01, 9010, 9030, 9060 or 9180
20, 50 or 100 m fiber optic cable for 9030, 9060 or 9180
Rigid carrying case for 9010
19” Rack mount adapter for 9010 Series and 3010, 3030
Waterfall and Spectrogram function of PES-PMM Emission Suite
Table and Mast control function of PES-PMM Emission Suite (Check controller availability)
controlled by the
9010F receiver to
automatically the lines
to measure
• L1-150M: Single line LISN, 150A
• L3-64: Four lines, 3-phase + neutral, 64A LISN
• L1-500/690V: Single line LISN, 500A/690V
• L3-64/690V: Four lines, 3-phase + neutral, 64A/690V LISN
• L2-16B: Two lines, Single phase, 16A LISN
• L3-100: Four lines, 3-phase + neutral, 100A LISN
• L3-32: Four lines, 3-phase + neutral, 32A LISN
• L3-500/690V: Four lines, 3-phase + neutral, 350A/690V LISN
CISPR 16-1-2
• SHC-1: 35 dB CISPR Voltage probe, 1500 Ω
• SHC-2: 30 dB CISPR Voltage probe, 1500 Ω
• RA-01: Rod Antenna 10 kHz – 30 MHz
• LP-02: Log Periodic Antenna 200 MHz-2700 MHz
• BC-01: Biconical Antenna 30-200 MHz
• LP-03: Log Periodic Antenna 800 MHz-6000 MHz
• DR-01: Double-ridged Antenna 6 - 18 GHz
• TR-01:Wooden tripod for PMM Antennas
• F-330M-16: CDN 150 kHz - 30 MHz; 250VAC - 16A; 50/60 Hz
for power circuitry testing with phase, neutral and PE
• RF-300: 3-axis Loop Antenna System For CISPR 15 EN55015
• TRF-1: Balance/unbalnce transformer
• RF-300C: Calibration kit for RF-300
• SBRF: X-Y-Z Switching Box for automatic operation of RF-300
• DL-xx: Dummy lamps according to the standard
EN55015 (CISPR 15)
• VDH-01: Van der Hoofden test-haed for IEC 62493
(human exposure to emf generated by lighting equipment
The 9010 can also be used with other accessories available on market: LISN, any type; Antennas and Loops; Near Field Probes;TEM/GTEM Cells
Sales Office:
Via Leonardo da Vinci, 21/23
20090 Segrate (Milano) - ITALY
Phone: +39 02 2699871
Fax: +39 02 26998700
E-Mail: [email protected]
Internet: www.narda-sts.it
Via Benessea, 29/B
17035 Cisano sul Neva (SV) - ITALY
Phone: +39 0182 58641
Fax: +39 0182 586400
9010-BEN-30901 - Specifications subject to changes without prior notice
Ancillary equipments
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