Agilent ESA-L Series Spectrum Analyzers

Agilent ESA-L Series Spectrum Analyzers
®
E stablished 1981
Advanced Test Equipment Rentals
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Agilent
ESA-L Series Spectrum Analyzers
Product Overview
When speed and accuracy
count as much as your budget
Expanded to 3 and 26.5 GHz!
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Speed, accuracy, affordability
High-resolution,
high-contrast
monochrome
display makes
viewing multiple
traces easy.
Built-in tracking
generator provides
an RF source
for scalar network
analysis (optional).*
Rugged package
with rubber-encased
frames resists
transportation
stresses.
Full measurement
specifications
after just a five
minute warm-up.
* These options are available for an additional charge.
Automatic background
alignment helps
eliminate calibration
worries.
Help key quickly
communicates
hardkey/softkey
functions on
screen.
4ms sweep time and
virtual real-time
display update
for easier circuit
tuning.
Disk drive provides
PC compatibility
and data archiving.
Weather-resistant
front panel allows
operation in tough
environments.
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Designed for performance measurements
Your budget is
limited – your test
equipment doesn’t
have to be.
Now you can get the speed and
accuracy you need and still have
money left in your budget. The
Agilent ESA-L series portable
spectrum analyzers have a remarkable four-millisecond RF sweep time
and virtual real-time measurement
updates to the display or through
GPIB interface. With excellent accuracy and easy, reliable operation,
the ESA-L series is full of innovations, such as continuously phaselocked synthesizer, all at a
surprisingly low cost.
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Fast measurements
Accurate results
Rugged and reliable
Quick and easy to use
Available frequency ranges
E4411B
E4403B
E4408B
9 kHz
1.5 GHz
3 GHz
26.5 GHz
Specification summary
E4411B
E4403B
E4408B
Frequency
range
9 kHz to:
Frequency
accuracy
(at 1 GHz)
Phase noise
(10 kHz offset)
Residual FM
Resolution
bandwidth
range
Maximum
amplitude
range
Overall
amplitude
accuracy
1.5 GHz
3 GHz
26.5 GHz
±2 kHz
≤–90 dBc/Hz
≤150 Hz
peak to peak
1 kHz to
5 MHz
–119
±1.1 dB
–117
–116
to +30 dBm
Maximum
dynamic
range
(2nd/3rd order)
Measurement
rate
(characteristic)
≥76 dB/83 dB
≥79 dB/83 dB
≥78 dB/82 dB
≥28 updates/sec
For complete specifications, see page 10. Ordering information is shown on page 13.
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ESA-L series features and benefits
Performance1
4-ms RF sweep time
High-speed data transfer (GPIB)*
Fully synthesized design
Amplitude correction
Automatic background alignment
85-dB calibrated display range
Built-in tracking generator*
5-dB step attenuator
Built-in frequency counter
Combined with 28 measurements per second, provides virtual real-time updates. Responsive
display makes circuit adjustment easier, while increasing the probability of intercepting
intermittent signals.
Fast processing helps reduce measurement time in ATE environments (optional).
Provides continuously phase-locked precision throughout the entire sweep. Improves
frequency accuracy, stability, and measurement repeatability, eliminating drift.
Calibrates out frequency-related amplitude effects with built-in amplitude correction.
Continuously calibrates the analyzer. Guarantees repeatability over changing temperatures.
Allows simultaneous display of large and small signals.
Combines spectrum and scalar test capability in a single instrument (optional). Synthesized
design eliminates tracking drift (E4411B only). One-button normalize function for quick setup.
Optimizes distortion-free dynamic range.
With 1-Hz resolution, minimizes the need for an external frequency counter.
Portability
Fast warm-up
Snap-on battery*
Rubber-encased front and rear frames
Rain-resistant front panel
12-Vdc power cable*
Provides full measurement accuracy after just five minutes.
Eliminates the restrictions of power cords.
Provides impact protection in the field.
Combined with louvered air vents, allows operation in diverse weather conditions.
Allows direct operation from automotive and truck batteries.
Ease-of-use
Large, monochrome VGA display
with output
Parallel port*
Disk drive
One-button measurements
AM demodulation
200 trace or instrument state files
Marker functions
Softkey/hardkey interface
Built-in help button with function display
Limit lines
Built-in clock/calendar
Automatic overload protection
Automatic printer setup
16.8 cm, high-resolution VGA monochrome display with wide viewing angle makes detailed
observations easy. Includes 15-pin VGA rear output connector for external monitor.
Supports output to the most popular printers (optional).
Makes saving and moving measurement results to your PC quick and easy.
Save set-up and measurement time with adjacent channel power, occupied bandwidth,
channel power, peaks table, and harmonics table features.
Combines with the built-in speaker for tune and listen applications.
Provides internal storage of measurement data and setups for future analysis or comparison.
Provides digital resolution of measurement details through peak search, delta markers,
marker table and carrier-to-noise ratio. Signal track keeps unstable signals centered on the
screen while band power calculates total power between user-defined limits.
Provides a simple user interface while retaining access to sophisticated features.
Eliminates carrying manuals into the field to determine keypad and softkey functions.
Built-in-limit lines and pass/fail messages simplify testing.
Provides storage of time stamps and printed data.
Protects RF input from overly large signals (only available on the 1.5 GHz E4411B).
Identifies connected printer models automatically.
The ESA-L series now comes with a standard THREE-YEAR warranty!
1 For higher performance requirements, Agilent also offers the ESA-E series of spectrum analyzers. With its cardcage architecture, the
ESA-E series is an investment in a flexible platform and a wider range of options, such as narrow-resolution bandwidth filters for viewing
closely spaced signals and a built-in high-gain, low-noise preamplifier for better sensitivity measurements. For more information, order the
ESA family literature shown on page 13.
* These options are available for an additional charge.
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Eliminate measurement speed bottlenecks
With a combination of
performance, speed
and accuracy at an
affordable price, the
ESA-L series is ideal for
manufacturing.
Increase
manufacturing
throughput
Get real-time measurement feedback
for circuit tuning and adjustment
with up to 28 measurement updates
per second and 4-millisecond RF
sweep time.
Speed up manual or automated
testing with built-in limits lines and
easy-to-interpret pass/fail messages.
The ESA-L series is SCPI-compliant
(Standard Commands for
Programmable Instruments) and
reduces test time by automating
repetitive measurements using the
GPIB interface and VXIplug&play
drivers.
Decrease
training time
Save training time with the easy-to-use
hardkey/softkey interface.
Reduce operator uncertainty with the
easy-to-view, high-resolution digital
display and numeric marker readouts.
View large and small signals simultaneously on screen with 85-dB
calibrated display range.
Enlarge the display by removing the
softkey interface or connecting to an
external VGA monitor.
Increase
measurement
confidence and
reliability
With ±1.1 dB amplitude accuracy, the
ESA-L series instruments are fully
synthesized and phase locked over
the entire sweep for frequency
accuracy, stability and repeatability.
Automatic background alignment
improves accuracy and offers
continuous calibration to assure
measurement accuracy.
The ESA-L series is manufactured
in an ISO 9001-registered facility to
Agilent’s exacting standards.
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Easy, worry-free field measurements
Designed for field applications, the
ESA-L series provides accurate
performance in a wide variety of
environments.
Take lab-grade
performance into
the field
Calibrated field
measurements in just
FIVE minutes!
Get fully synthesized performance in
a rugged portable package for lasting
accuracy in tough environments.
Easy-to-use, portable performance.
Continuous background alignment
provides accuracy over varying
temperatures.
The Analyzer conforms to the
environmental specifications of
MIL-PRF-28800F class 3.
Built-in help eliminates need to carry
manuals into the field.
Snap-on rechargeable battery for up
to 1.9 hours of cordless operation
(optional).
12-Vdc power cable for running
the analyzer on a vehicle battery
(optional).
Built-in tracking generator and
frequency counter means less
equipment to carry (optional).
Flexible tilt handle for optimum
viewing angles on the bench or floor.
Easy data transfer to a computer
with built-in floppy disk drive.
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Research and development
Education
Save money and stay
competitive
For education, equip your students
with fast, accurate spectrum analyzers, at an affordable price.
Fully synthesized digital design
provides accurate and repeatable
measurements.
Rugged design, such as the input
overload protection available on the
1.5 GHz E4411B, guards against damage to the analyzer.
Easy-to-understand interface
simplifies operation and aids access
to more sophisticated functions.
Verify your designs
with confidence
The ESA-L series offers ±1.1 dB
amplitude accuracy, ±1% span
accuracy, ±2 kHz frequency accuracy,
and a continuously phase-locked
synthesizer for stability and
repeatability.
Now you don’t have to
buy a high-priced spectrum
analyzer to get advanced
technology on every
engineer’s bench.
Provide students with fast
and accurate spectrum
analysis while conserving
your budget.
Transfer measurement results
directly to your computer with the
help of the Agilent EEsof Advanced
Design System instrument link/driver
or BenchLink Spectrum Analyzer
software.
Sophisticated performance at a
budget price eliminates the need
to share analyzers.
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ESA-L series – a whole product solution
The performance of the ESA-L series spectrum
analyzer is only a small part of what you get from Agilent
Technologies. Agilent strives to provide complete solutions
that go beyond our customers’ expectations. Only offers
the depth and breadth of enhancements, software,
services, connectivity, accessibility and support to help
our customers reach their measurements objectives.
Please contact us for more information.
Pre-sales service
• Rentals, leasing, and financing
• Application engineering
services
• Application notes
• Custom product modifications
PC connectivity
Post-sales support
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• Standard three-year global
warranty
• Worldwide call center and
service center support network
• One-year calibration intervals
• Firmware upgrades
downloadable from the Web
• PC-based calibration software
Floppy disk drive
GPIB or RS232 interfaces
VXIplug&play drivers
BenchLink spectrum analyzer
software
• EEsof Advanced Design
System instrument link
Product and
peripheral interfaces
Software
• Programming examples on
CD ROM
• SCPI (Standard Commands for
Programmable Instruments)
• 8590-series/ESA programming
conversion guide
• Printer support
Training and access to
information
• Factory service training
• Web-based support of frequently
asked questions
• Manuals on CD ROM and on
the Web
• User guides available in
9 languages
For the latest information on the ESA-L series see our Web page at:
www.agilent.com/find/esa
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Specifications
All specifications apply over 0 °C to +55 °C. The analyzer will meet its specifications five minutes after it is turned on,
when the analyzer is within one year of calibration cycle, after two hours of storage within the operating temperature range,
and Auto Align All is selected. ITALICS = supplemental information, characteristics, typical performance, or nominal values.
Frequency specifications
Frequency range
E4411B
50 Ω
75 Ω(Opt. 1DP)
E4403B
E4408B
Band
LO harmonic = N
0
1
1
1
2
2
3
4
4
4
Frequency reference
Aging rate
Settability
Temperature stability
Frequency readout accuracy
(Start, Stop, Center, Marker)
Marker frequency counter
Accuracy
9 kHz to 1.5 GHz
1 MHz to 1.5 GHz
9 kHz to 3.0 GHz
9 kHz to 26.5 GHz
9 kHz to 3.0 GHz
2.85 GHz to 6.7 GHz
6.2 GHz to 13.2 GHz
12.8 GHz to 19.2 GHz
18.7 GHz to 26.5 GHz
±2x10-6/year, ±1.0x10-7/day,
characteristic
±5x10-7
±5x10-6
±(frequency readout x frequency
reference error1 + 0.75% of span
+ 15% of RBW + 10 Hz + 1Hz x N2)
Resolution
±(marker frequency x frequency
reference error1 + counter resolution)
Selectable from 1 Hz to 100 kHz
Frequency span
Range
E4411B
E4403B
E4408B
Resolution
Accuracy
0 Hz (zero span), and
100 Hz to 1.5 GHz
100 Hz to 3.0 GHz
100 Hz to 26.5 GHz
2 Hz x N2
±1% of span
Sweep time
Range
Accuracy
Sweep trigger
Offset trigger range
Sweep (trace) points
Resolution bandwidth
Range (–3 dB bandwidth)
(–6 dB bandwidth)
Accuracy
1 kHz to 3 MHz RBW
5 MHz RBW
Selectivity
60 dB/3 dB bandwidth ratio
Video bandwidth range
(–3 dB bandwidth)
Stability
4 ms to 4000 sec.
±1%
Free Run, single, line, video, offset,
delayed trigger, and external
± 327 ms to ± 323 Ks
401
1 kHz to 3 MHz in 1-3-10 sequence
and 5 MHz
9 kHz and 120 kHz
±15%
±30%
<15:1, characteristic
30 Hz to 1 MHz in 1-3-10 sequence,
3 MHz, characteristic
Noise sidebands (1 kHz RBW, 30 Hz VBW and sample detector)E4411B
≥10 kHz offset from CW signal ≤–90 dBc/Hz
≥20 kHz offset from CW signal ≤–100 dBc/Hz
≥30 kHz offset from CW signal ≤–102 dBc/Hz
≥100 kHz offset from CW signal ≤–112 dBc/Hz
E4403B, E4408B
≥10 kHz offset from CW signal ≤–90 dBc/Hz + (20 Log N2
for frequencies > 6.7 GHz)
≥20 kHz offset from CW signal ≤–98 dBc/Hz + 20 Log N2
≥30 kHz offset from CW signal ≤–100 dBc/Hz + 20 Log N2
≥100 kHz offset from CW signal ≤–112 dBc/Hz + 20 Log N2
Residual FM
1 kHz RBW, 1 kHz VBW
≤150 Hz peak-to-peak x N2 in 100 ms
System-related sidebands
≥30 kHz offset from
≤–65 dBc + (20 Log N2
for frequencies > 6.7 GHz)
CW signal
Amplitude specifications
Absolute amplitude accuracy
Overall amplitude accuracy3
20 °C to 30 °C
At reference settings6
Measurement range
Input attenuator range
E4411B
E4403B, E4408B
Maximum safe input level
Average continuous power
E4411B (≥15 dB attenuation)
E4403B, E4408B
(≥30 dB attenuation)
Peak pulse power
E4411B (≥15 dB attenuation)
E4403B, E4408B
(≥30 dB attenuation)
±(0.6 dB +absolute frequency response)
±0.4 dB
Displayed average noise level
to maximum safe input level
0 to 60 dB, in 5 dB steps
0 to 65 dB, in 5 dB steps
+30 dBm (1W)
+30 dBm (1W)
+30 dBm (1W)
+50 dBm (100W)
1-dB gain compression (total power at input mixer)4, 5
E4411B 0 dBm
E4403B 0 dBm
E4408B
50 MHz to 6.7 GHz
0 dBm
6.7 GHz to 13.2 GHz
–3 dBm
13.2 GHz to 26.5 GHz
–5 dBm
Displayed average noise level
(Input terminated, 0 dB attenuation, sample detector, reference level =
–70 dBm, 1 kHz RBW, 30 Hz VBW)
E4411B
400 kHz to 10 MHz
≤–115 dBm
10 MHz to 500 MHz
≤–119 dBm
500 MHz to 1.0 GHz
≤–117 dBm
1.0 GHz to 1.5 GHz
≤–113 dBm
E4411B (Option 1DP)
1 MHz to 500 MHz
≤–65 dBmV
500 MHz to 1.0 GHz
≤–60 dBmV
1.0 GHz to 1.5 GHz
≤–53 dBmV
1 Frequency reference error = (aging rate x period of time since adjustment + settability + temperature stability).
2 N = Harmonic mixing mode. N = 1 for E4411B and E4403B.
3 For reference level 0 to –50 dBm: input attenuation, 10 dB; 50 MHz; RBW, 3 kHz, VBW, 3 kHz; log range 0 to 50 dB;
sweep time coupled, signal input, 0 to –50 dBm; span, ≤–60 kHz.
4 Mixer Power Level (dBm) = Input Power (dBm) – Input Attenuator. (dB).
5 For RBW ≤30 kHz, maximum input signal amplitude must be ≤ reference level + 10 dB.
6 Settings are: reference level –25 dBm for E4411B, –20 dBm for E4403B and E4408B; input attenuation 10 dB; center frequency
50 MHz; resolution bandwidth 3 kHz; video bandwidth 3 kHz; span 2 kHz; sweep time coupled; signal at reference level.
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Specifications, continued
E4403B
10 MHz to 1.0 GHz
1.0 GHz to 2.0 GHz
2.0 GHz to 3.0 GHz
E4408B
10 MHz to 1.0 GHz
1.0 GHz to 2.0 GHz
2.0 GHz to 6.0 GHz
6.0 GHz to 12.0 GHz
12.0 GHz to 22.0 GHz
22.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz
Residual responses
Input terminated and 0 dB attenuation
≤–117 dBm
≤–116 dBm
≤–114 dBm
Display range
Log scale
≤–116 dBm
≤–115 dBm
≤–112 dBm
≤–110 dBm
≤–107 dBm
≤–101 dBm
Spurious responses
Second harmonic distortion
E4411B
2 MHz to 750 MHz
<–75 dBc for –40 dBm signal at
input mixer1
E4403B, E4408B
10 MHz to 500 MHz
<–60 dBc for –30 dBm signal at
input mixer1
500 MHz to 1.5 GHz
<–70 dBc for –30 dBm signal at
input mixer1
1.5 GHz to 2.0 GHz
<–80 dBc for –10 dBm signal at
input mixer1
2.0 GHz to 13.25 GHz
<–95 dBc for –10 dBm signal at
input mixer1
Maximum achievable second order dynamic range
E4411B (at 1 GHz)
76 dB (+35 dBm S.H.I.)
E4403B (at 1 GHz)
79 dB (+40 dBm S.H.I.)
E4408B (at 1 GHz)
78 dB (+40 dBm S.H.I.)
Third order intermodulation distortion
E4411B
10 MHz to 1.5 GHz
<–75 dBc for two –30 dBm signals
at input mixer1, >50 kHz separation
E4403B, E4408B
100 MHz to 6.7 GHz
<–75 dBc for two –30 dBm signals
at input mixer1, >50 kHz separation
6.7 GHz to 26.5 GHz
<–70 dBc for two –30 dBm signals
at input mixer1, >50 kHz separation
Maximum achievable third order dynamic range
E4411B (at 1.0 GHz)
83 dB (+7.5 dBm T.O.I.)
E4403B (at 1.0 GHz)
83 dB (+7.5 dBm T.O.I.)
E4408B (at 1.0 GHz)
82 dB (+7.5 dBm T.O.I.)
Other input-related spurious
E4411B <–65 dBc, 30 kHz ≤ offset ≤1.2 GHz,
for –20 dBm signal at input mixer1
E4403B, E4408B
<–65 dBc, >30 kHz offset, for –20 dBm
signal at input mixer1
DANL and distortion products relative to
mixer level (dBm)
E4403B
–40
DANL 10 MHz to 1 GHz
DANL 1 GHz to 2 GHz
DANL 2 GHz to 3 GHz
–60
–70
–80
–90
–70
–60
–50
–40
–30
Mixer level (dBm)
1
2
3
4
–20
Linear scale
Scale units
0 to –85 dB from reference level is
calibrated; 0.1, 0.2, 0.5 dB/division and
1 to 20 dB/division in 1 dB steps;
ten divisions displayed.
10 divisions
dBm, dBmV, dBµV, V, W, and Hz
Marker readout resolution
Log scale
Linear scale
0.04 dB
0.01% of reference level
Reference level
Range
–149.9 dBm to maximum mixer
level + attenuator setting
Resolution
Log scale
±0.1 dB
Linear scale
±0.12% of reference level
Accuracy (at a fixed frequency, a fixed attenuation, and referenced
to –35 dBm)
Reference level – input attenuator setting
–10 dBm to > –60 dBm
±0.3 dB
–60 dBm to > –85 dBm
±0.5 dB
–85 dBm to > –90 dBm
±0.7 dB
Frequency response (10 dB attenuation, 20 °C to 30 °C)
Absolute2
Relative3
9 kHz to 3.0 GHz
±0.5 dB
±0.5 dB
3.0 GHz to 6.7 GHz
±1.5 dB
±1.3 dB
6.7 GHz to 26.5 GHz
±2.0 dB
±1.8 dB
Resolution bandwidth switching uncertainty
(Referenced to 1 kHz RBW, at reference level)
3 kHz to 3 MHz RBW
±0.3 dB
5 MHz RBW
±0.6 dB
Linear to log switching
Display scale fidelity
Log maximum cumulative
0 to –85 dB from
reference level
Log incremental accuracy
0 to –80 dB from
reference level
Linear accuracy
±0.15 dB at reference level
±(0.3 dB + 0.01 x dB from
reference level)
±0.4 dB/4 dB
±2% of reference level
General specifications
Second harmonic distortion 10 MHz to 500 MHz
Second harmonic distortion 500 MHz to 1.5 GHz
Third order distortion 100 MHz to 3 GHz
–50
<–90 dBm
–10
0
Measurement speed
(characteristic)
Local measurement and
display update rate4
Remote measurement and
GPIB transfer rate5
RF center frequency6
tuning time
Temperature range
Operating
Storage
Disk drive
EMI compatibility
E4411B
≥35/sec
E4403B
≥30/sec
E4408B
≥28/sec
≥30/sec
≥30/sec
≥30/sec
≤90ms
≤90ms
≤90ms
0 °C to +55 °C
–40 °C to +75 °C
10 °C to 40 °C
Conducted and radiated emission is in
compliance with CISPR Pub. 11/1990
Group 1 Class A
Mixer power level (dBm) = Input power (dBm) – Input attenuator. (dB).
Referenced to amplitude at 50 MHz.
Referenced to midpoint between highest and lowest frequency response deviations.
Autoalign Off, fixed center frequency, factory preset, RBW =1 MHz, stop frequency ≤3 GHz, span >10 MHz and ≤ 600MHz
(E4411B: span >102 MHz and ≤400 MHz)
5 Display Off, factory preset, fixed center frequency, single sweep, autoalign off, RBW = 1 MHz, stop frequency ≤3 GHz, span
= 20 MHz, GPIB interface
6 Includes CF tuning + measurement + GPIB transfer time, stop frequency ≤3 GHz, factory preset, autoalign off, RBW = 1 MHz, span = 20 MHz,
CF tune step size = 50 MHz
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Specifications, continued
Audible noise (ISO 7779)
Sound pressure at 25 °C
<40 dBa, (<5.3 Bels power)
Power requirements
ac Voltage
Frequency
Power consumption, on
Power consumption, standby
dc Voltage
Power consumption
90 to 132 Vrms, 195 to 250 Vrms
47 to 440 Hz, 47 to 66 Hz
<300 W
<5 W
12 to 20 Vdc
<200 W
Weight (without options)
E4411B
E4403B
E4408B
13.2 kg (29.1 lb), characteristic
15.5 kg (34.2 lb), characteristic
17.1 kg (37.7 lb), characteristic
Dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Data storage
Internal
222 mm (8.75 in)
373 mm (14.7 in) without handle
408 mm (16.1 in) with handle
409 mm (16.1 in) without handle
516 mm (20.3 in) with handle
200 traces or states, nominal
Inputs/outputs
Amplitude reference1
Internal
E4411B
E4411B, Option 1DP
External, BNC (f)
E4403B, E4408B
Front panel connectors
Input
Option 1DP ( E4411B)
Option BAB ( E4408B)
RF Out
Option 1DN
Option 1DQ ( E4411B)
Probe power, voltage/current
Speaker
Headphone
External keyboard
Rear panel connectors
10 MHz ref output
10 MHz ref input
External trigger input
VGA output
–25 dBm, nominal
+28.75 dBmV, nominal
–20 dBm, nominal
Type N (f), 50 Ω nominal
BNC (f), 75 Ω nominal
APC 3.5 (m)
Type N (f), 50 Ω nominal
BNC (f), 75 Ω nominal
+15 Vdc, –12.6 Vdc at 150 mA maximum
Front-panel knob controls volume
3.5 mm (1/8 in) miniature audio jack
6-pin mini-din
BNC (f), 50 Ω, >0 dBm, characteristic
BNC (f), 50 Ω, –15 to +10 dBm,
characteristic
BNC (f), (5V TTL)
VGA compatible, 15-pin mini D-SUB,
640 x 480 resolution
Serial interface
Option 1AX
9-pin D-SUB (m), RS-232
Parallel printer interface
Option A4H or 1AX
25-pin D-SUB (f), printer port only
Tracking generator (Option 1DN and Option 1DQ)
Output frequency range
E4411B 50 Ω (Opt. 1DN)
E4411B 75 Ω (Opt. 1DQ)
E4403B, E4408B (Opt. 1DN)
Output power level2
Range
E4411B 50 Ω
E4411B 75 Ω
E4403B, E4408B 50 Ω
Vermier
E4411B
Range
Output attenuator range
E4403B, E4408B
Range
Output attenuator range
Output power sweep2
Range
E4411B 50 Ω
E4411B 75 Ω
E4403B, E4408B 50 Ω
0 to –70 dBm (20 °C to 30 °C)
+42.75 to –27.25 dBmV
–2 to –66 dBm
10 dB
0 to 60 dB, 10 dB steps
9 dB
0 to 56 dB, 8 dB steps
–15 dBm to 0 dBm –
(source attenuator setting)
+27.76 dBmV to +42.76 dBmV –
(source attenuator setting)
–10 dBm to –1 dBm –
(source attenuator setting)
Output flatness
E4411B 50 Ω (referenced to 50 MHz, 0 dB attenuation)
10 MHz to 1.5 GHz
±1.5 dB
E4411B 75 Ω (referenced to 50 MHz, 0 dB attenuation)
10 MHz to 1.5 GHz
±2 dB
E4403B, E4408B 50 Ω (referenced to 50 MHz, –20 dB signal level)
10 MHz to 3.0 GHz
±2 dB
Spurious output
Harmonic spurs
E4411B, 50 Ω (0 dBm output), 75 Ω (+42.8 dBmV output)
20 MHz to 1.5 GHz
<–25 dBc
E4403B, E4408B 50 Ω (–1 dBm output)
9 MHz to 3 GHz
<–25 dBc
Dynamic range
IF sweep and video ports (Option A4J)
Aux IF output
BNC (f), 21.4 MHz, nominal –10 to
–70 dBm (uncorrected), characteristic
Aux video out
BNC (f), 0 to 1 V (uncorrected),
characteristic
Hi swp in
BNC (f), (5 V TTL)
Hi swp out
BNC (f), (5 V TTL)
Swp out
BNC (f), 0 to +10 V ramp, characteristic
Output tracking
E4411B
Drift
Swept tracking error
E4403B, E4408B
Drift
Swept tracking error
GPIB interface
Option A4H
Output VSWR
E4411B
E4403B, E4408B
0 dB attenuation
>8 dB attenuation
IEEE-488 bus connector
9 kHz to 1.5 GHz
1 MHz to 1.5 GHz
9 kHz to 3.0 GHz
1 Amplitude reference actual power might differ from the nominal value. Actual calibration power is stored internally.
2 E4411B: 20 °C to 30 °C.
Maximum output power level–
displayed average noise level
No error
No error for coupled sweep times
1.5 kHz/5 minutes, characteristic
Usable in 1 kHz RBW after 5 minutes
of warm up
<2.5:1, characteristic
<2.0:1, characteristic
<1.5:1, characteristic
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Ordering information
❑ E4411B RF Spectrum Analyzer
Accessories
9 kHz to 1.5 GHz
❑ E4403B RF Spectrum Analyzer
9 kHz to 3.0 GHz
❑ E4408B Microwave Spectrum Analyzer
9 kHz to 26.5 GHz
❑ C2950A
❑ 10833A
❑ 24542U
Options
❑
❑ A4H
❑ 1AX
❑ A4J
❑ BAB
❑ 1DN
❑ 1DP
❑ 1DQ
❑ 1D7
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
A5D
AYT
AYU
AXT
UK9
1CP
0B0
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
0BV
0B1
0BW
UK6
8ZE
W32
W50/52
GPIB and parallel (Centronics) interfaces
(not compatible with Option 1AX)
RS-232 and parallel (Centronics) interfaces
(not compatible with Option A4H)
IF, sweep, and video ports
APC 3.5mm input connector (E4408B only)
50-Ohm tracking generator
(9 kHz to 1.5 GHz for E4411B)
(9 kHz to 3.0 GHz for E4403B and E4408B)
75-Ohm input impedance
(1 MHz to 1.5 GHz) E4411B only
75-Ohm tracking generator
(1 MHz to 1.5 GHz) (requires Option 1DP)
50 to 75-Ohm matching pad
(type n (m) to BNC (f))
12-Vdc power cable
Soft operating/carrying case (grey)
Soft operating/carrying case (yellow)
Hard transit case
Front-panel protective cover
Rack-mount kit with handles and slides
Deletes printed manuals (retains
CD-ROM manuals)
Component level service documentation
Additional user and calibration guides
Assembly-level service guide
Commercial calibration certificate with data
Refurbished spectrum analyzer (as available)
Three-year calibration
Additional two-year service and support/
five-year calibration
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
Parallel printer cable (2 meter)
GPIB cable (1 meter)
RS-232 cable (3 meter, 9 pin
F to 9 pin F) (for serial 9 pin
PC connection to analyzer)
24542G
RS-232 cable (3 meter, 25 pin M
to 9 pin F) (for serial 25 pin PC
or printer connection to analyzer)
24542M
RS-232 cable (3 meter, 25 pin M
to 9 pin F) (for serial 25 pin modem
connection to analyzer)
87405A
Preamplifier (10 MHz to 3 GHz,
24 dB gain) (fastened to RF input,
powered from analyzer)
85905A
75 Ohm preamplifier (45 MHz to
1 GHz, 20 dB gain) (powered
from analyzer)
41800A
Active probe (5 Hz to 500 MHz)
85024A
High frequency active probe
(300 kHz to 3 GHz)
E1779A
Battery pack
E4444A
BenchLink Spectrum Analyzer
software (PC image and data
transfer)
VXIplug&play instrument drivers available via the
World Wide Web at:
http://www.agilent.com/find/inst_drivers
(Click on VXIplug&play universal
instrument drivers.)
Literature
❑ ESA Self-Guided demo
❑ Spectrum Analysis Basics, AN 150
❑ ESA-E series
5968-3658E
5952-0292
spectrum analyzer brochure
5968-3278E
5968-3386E
spectrum analyzer brochure
5968-9571E
spectrum analyzer product overview
5966-0676E
5966-1851E
installation analyzer product overview
5980-0845E
❑ ESA-E series specifications
❑ 8560 EC-series
❑ E4444A BenchLink
❑ E1779A rechargeable battery pack
❑ ESA cable TV service and
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12 Vdc operation with
optional power cable
Snap on battery pack
for portability
(optional)
VGA connector for
large screen monitor
Parallel printer port
supports PCL 3/5
HP printers (optional)
GPIB or RS232 interfaces
provide remote control
and PC connectivity
(optional)
Improve frequency
accuracy with external
frequency reference
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