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Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers
RSA2200A Series
Features & Benefits
Real-Time Spectrum Analysis
Provides Seamless Capture
of Time-varying, Transient or
Periodic RF Signals Not Possible
with Swept Spectrum Analyzers
Time-correlated, Simultaneous
Views of Time, Frequency and
Modulation Domains Provide
Greater and Unique Understanding
of Signal Behavior
Spectrogram Provides a Revealing
Picture of RF Signal Frequency
and Amplitude Behavior Over
Time – Not Possible with a
Swept Spectrum Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer Mode for
Very Wide Span Analyses
Built-in Demodulators Enhance
Analysis of AM, FM, PM and
Pulsed Signals
Applications
Analog Signal Quality Analysis
Trigger, Capture, Analyze Your RF Signal
See Frequency and Amplitude Change Over Time
Define issues and solve problems faster by
characterizing your device, system or signal
more completely and rapidly than previously
possible with swept spectrum analyzers.
Tektronix RSA2200A Series Real-Time
Spectrum Analyzers capture many signals
not viewable on swept spectrum analyzers
by seamlessly capturing and storing a
span of RF frequencies all at one time.
Once a signal is captured, it can be viewed
simultaneously and analyzed in timecorrelated frequency, time and modulation
domains. RSA Series instruments include
not only Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer
fast-signal capture, internal memory and
modulation analysis, but also functionality
and operation of a swept spectrum analyzer for looking at very wide spans, all
in an integrated, transportable package.
Understanding Frequency and
Spectral Occupancy Behavior
Over Time
Capture and Characterization
of Undesired, Unknown
or Interfering Signals
Device/System Design or
Operational Diagnostic
Measurement
Getting Answers to Elusive
EMI Problems
VCO/Synthesizer Design,
Spectrum Monitoring and
Radar Measurements
Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers
RSA2200A Series
RSA Series Spectrogram uniquely shows time-varying signal behavior
in frequency change/stability, spectrum occupancy, pulsed signal
timing, power change and more! The sample on this page shows
the frequency settling characteristic of a transmitting device.
Time-correlated multi-domain view provides a new level of insight about
design or operational problems and possible solutions. The example
on this page includes frequency, time and modulation domain views
of an AM-modulated pulsed signal with pulse-to-pulse phase variation
measured in the modulation domain.
Performance Choice: RSA2200A Series Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers
RSA Model
Frequency
Range
Memory
Depth
Modulation
Analysis
Real-Time Capture
Bandwidth
Triggering
Modes
2203A
10 MHz to 3 GHz, DC to
3 GHz (Opt. 05)
512 ksamples
AM, FM (ASK, FSK), PM
10 MHz
IF Level
2208A
10 MHz to 8 GHz, DC
to 8 GHz (Opt. 05)
512 ksamples
AM, FM (ASK, FSK), PM
10 MHz
IF Level
Characteristics
Frequency
RSA2203A
RSA2208A
Frequency Range
10 MHz to 3 GHz
Opt. 05: DC to 3 GHz
10 MHz to 8 GHz
Opt. 05: DC to 8 GHz
Frequency Aging
±2 x 10–6/year
Opt.10: ±1 x 10–7/year
±2 x 10–6/year
Opt.10: ±1 x10–7/year
2 x 10–6 (10 ºC to 40 ºC)
Opt.10: 1 x 10–7 (10 ºC to 40 ºC)
2 x 10–6 (10 ºC to 40 ºC)
Opt.10: 1 x 10–7 (10 ºC to 40 ºC)
4 x 10–6
Opt.10: 2 x 10–7
4 x 10–6
Opt.10: 2 x 10–7
Frequency Stability
Total Reference Frequency Error
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Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers
RSA2200A Series
Marker Frequency Readout Accuracy –
± (RE*1 x MF*2 + 0.001 x Span + RFM*3) Hz.
Carrier Frequency Measurement Accuracy –
RSA2203A and RSA2208A
At spans ≤10 MHz, all frequency components of
the signal must be contained in the analysis period
and span.
Accuracy: RE*1 x CF*4 + RFM.*3 Resolution Setting =
1 mHz to 1 MHz.
At 2 GHz ±4.01 kHz.
At 5 GHz ±10.01 kHz.
At 7 GHz ±14.01 kHz.
Stability
Noise Sidebands, dBc/Hz
At 1 GHz CF
RSA2203A, RSA2208A
Offset
Spec
Typical
1 kHz
≤–99
≤–102
10 kHz
≤–105
≤–108
20 kHz
≤–105
≤–108
30 kHz
≤–105
–108
*1
Reference Frequency Error.
100 kHz
≤–112
≤–115
*2
Marker Frequency (Hz).
1 MHz
≤–130
≤–133
*3
Residual FM (Hz).
5 MHz
≤–132
≤–135
*4
CF= Carrier Frequency.
7 MHz
≤–133
≤–136
RSA2203A Opt. 10, RSA2208A Opt. 10
At spans ≤10 MHz for RSA2200A Opt. 10,
all frequency components of the signal must
be contained in the analysis period and span.
Accuracy: RE x CF + RFM. Resolution Setting =
1 mHz to 1 MHz.
At 2 GHz ±202 Hz.
At 5 GHz ±502 Hz.
At 7 GHz ±702 Hz.
Carrier Frequency Measurement Sensitivity –
Carrier Power >–40 dbfs*5 (typical).
*5
dB relative to full screen reference.
At 2 GHz CF
RSA2203A, RSA2208A
Offset
Spec
Typical
1 kHz
≤–95
≤–98
10 kHz
≤–104
≤–107
20 kHz
≤–105
≤–108
30 kHz
≤–105
≤–108
100 kHz
≤–112
≤–115
1 MHz
≤–130
≤–133
5 MHz
≤–132
≤–135
7 MHz
≤–132
≤–135
Frequency Span
Range –
RSA2203A and RSA2208A
Spectrum Analyzer Mode:
50 Hz to 3 GHz, (Start Frequency ≥20 MHz).
50 Hz to 20 MHz, (Stop Frequency <20 MHz, Opt. 05).
Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer Mode:
100 Hz to 10 MHz, 1-2-5 sequence (RF);
20 MHz (Baseband).
Time Domain and Demodulation Modes:
Span =0 Hz (simultaneous with 50 Hz to 10 MHz
Span in second analysis window).
Resolution –
<0.2% of Span (Span =100 Hz to 10 MHz
RSA2203A and RSA2208A).
Accuracy – ±0.1% of Span.
Resolution Bandwidth
Range –
1 Hz to 10 MHz, automatically selected or
user defined.
Accuracy – Within 6.0% ±0.1%.
Shape Characteristic –
Gaussian, <5:1 Shape Factor (3:60 dB).
Rectangular, Nyquist, Root Nyquist shapes may
also be selected.
Noise Bandwidth
Range – 313.18 mHz to 400.87 kHz
Accuracy – ±0.1%
At 6 GHz CF
RSA2208A
Offset
Spec
1 kHz
≤–87
Typical
≤–90
10 kHz
≤–103
≤–106
20 kHz
≤–105
≤–108
30 kHz
≤–105
≤–108
100 kHz
≤–111
≤–114
1 MHz
≤–128
≤–131
5 MHz
≤–129
≤–132
7 MHz
≤–130
≤–133
Residual FM at 1 kHz RBW –
RSA2203A and RSA2208A – 10 Hzpk-pk; 2 Hzpk-pk (Opt. 10).
FFT Performance
Time Domain
Number of Samples per Frame –
64 to 8192 (65536 samples/frame,
extended resolution).
Window Types –
Rectangular, Parzen, Welch, Sine-Lobe,
Hanning, Sine-Cubed, Sine-To-The-4th, Hamming,
Blackman, Rosenfield, Blackman-Harris 3A,
Blackman-Harris 3B, Blackman-Harris 4A,
Blackman-Harris 4B, FlatTop.
Trace Point Range –
Span >50 Hz, 64 to 240001 (RBW mode),
18 to 240001 (FFT mode).
Span = 0 Hz (Time and Demodulation Modes).
RSA2203A and RSA2208A –
IQ Data Pairs: 1024 to 512000;
Power vs. Time: 1 to 512000.
Triggers
RSA2203A and RSA2208A – Free run, single,
external, IF level (10 MHz BW).
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RSA2200A Series
Amplitude Specifications
Measurement Range –
Displayed average noise level to max safe input.
Input Attenuator Range –
RSA2203A, RSA2208A – 0 to 50 dB, 10 dB steps.
Maximum Safe Input Level
Average Continuous – +30 dBm (RF ATT ≥ 10 dB).
Peak Pulse Power – +30 dBm (RF ATT ≥ 10 dB).
DC –
RSA2203A, RSA2208A – ±0.2 V (CF ≥20 MHz);
±5 V DC to 20 MHz (Opt. 05).
Spurious Responses
Third-order Intermodulation Distortion –
100 MHz to 3 GHz:
RSA2203A, RSA2208A: <–73 dBc (Ref Level =
+5 dBm, RF Att. = 20 dB, total signal power =
–7 dBm, signal separation 300 kHz).
3 GHz to 8 GHz:
RSA2208A: <–72 dBc (Ref Level = +5 dBm,
RF Att. = 20 dB, total signal power = –7 dBm,
signal separation 300 kHz).
Other Input-related Spurious –
>30 kHz offset to 70 dBc (Span = 2 MHz, Ref Level
= 0 dBm, RBW = 50 kHz, Signal Level = –5 dBm,
any center frequency).
Non-input Related Spurious –
(Ref = –30 dBm, RBW = 100 kHz, Span 3 GHz.)
RSA2203A:
1 MHz to 20 MHz (Opt. 05): –93 dBm.
20 MHz to 3 GHz: –90 dBm.
RSA2208A:
1 MHz to 20 MHz (Opt. 05): –93 dBm.
20 MHz to 3.5 GHz: –90 dBm.
3.5 GHz to 8 GHz: –85 dBm.
1 dB Gain Compression –
RSA2203A, RSA2208A – +0 dBm
(RF ATT = 0 dB, 2 GHz).
Displayed Average Noise Level (DANL)
Frequency
RSA2203A, RSA2208A
Spec, dBm/Hz
RSA2203A, RSA2208A
Typical, dBm/Hz,
with Preamp
1 kHz to 10 kHz
–144*1
N/A
10 kHz to 10 MHz
–150*1
N/A
10 MHz to 100 MHz
–148
N/A
100 MHz to 1 GHz
–148
–164
1 GHz to 2 GHz
–148
–164
2 GHz to 3 GHz
–147
–153
3 GHz to 5 GHz
–142*2
N/A
5 GHz to 8 GHz
–142*2
N/A
Marker Readout Resolution, Log – 0.01 dB.
Marker Readout Resolution, Linear – 0.001 µV.
Log Display Range – 10 µdB/div to 10 dB/div.
Linear Display Scale – 10 divisions.
Linear Display Units – dBm, dBµV, V, Watts + Hz
for FM Demod, Degrees for PM Demod.
Frequency Response
RSA2203A, RSA2208A
Frequency Range
Specification, dB
Typical, dB
100 Hz to 20 MHz*1
± 0.5
± 0.3
10 MHz to 3 GHz
± 1.2
± 0.5
3.0 GHz to 3.5 GHz*2
± 1.7
± 0.5
3.5 GHz to 6.5 GHz*2
± 1.7
± 1.0
± 1.7
± 1.0
5 GHz to 8
GHz*2
Input Attenuation Switching Uncertainty (at
50 MHz) – < 0.5 dB for all values of attenuation.
Absolute Amplitude Uncertainty
At Reference Setting – ±0.5 dB (RF) at 50 MHz
CF, –20 dBm signal, 0 dB ATT, 20 ºC to 30 ºC; ±0.3
(baseband) (Opt. 05) at 10 MHz CF, –20 dBm signal,
0 dB ATT, 20 ºC to 30 ºC.
Overall Amplitude Accuracy –
±0.7 dB (RF) + Frequency Response.
RF Input VSWR
Frequency Range
4
VSWR, at 10 dB RF Attenuation Typical, dB
300 kHz to 10 MHz*1
<1.4
10 MHz to 3 GHz
<1.3
3 GHz to 8 GHz
<1.4
*1
RSA2203A or RSA2208A Opt. 05 only.
*2
RSA2208A only.
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Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers
RSA2200A Series
Resolution Bandwidth Switching Uncertainty
1 Hz to 10 MHz – ±0.05 dB.
Reference Level
Range – –51 to +30 dBm.
Resolution – 1 dB.
Accuracy –
±0.2 dB (–10 dBm to –50 dBm) at 50 MHz.
Memory Depth (Time) – RSA2203A and RSA2208A
Sample Rate
Record Length
Spectrum
Frame Time
20 MHz (Baseband)
25.6 MS/s
0.02 s
40 µs
10 MHz
12.8 MS/s
0.04 s
80 µs
Display Scale Fidelity
Log Scale (max. cumulative), > 0 dB to 50 dB –
<±0.2 dB; <±0.12 dB, typical at 0 dBm
reference level.
Linear Scale – ±2% of Reference Level.
Linear to Log Scale Switching Uncertainty –
0.05%.
Amplitude Reference Output –
–20 dBm, 50 MHz, internally switched to input.
5 MHz
6.4 MS/s
0.08 s
160 µs
2 MHz
3.2 MS/s
0.16 s
320 µs
1 MHz
1.6 MS/s
0.32 s
640 µs
500 kHz
800 kS/s
0.64 s
1.28 ms
200 kHz
320 kS/s
1.6 s
3.2 ms
100 kHz
160 kS/s
3.2 s
6.4 ms
50 kHz
80 kS/s
6.4 s
12.8 ms
Seamless Capture and
Processing
20 kHz
32 kS/s
16 s
32 ms
10 kHz
16 kS/s
32 s
64 ms
5 kHz
8 kS/s
64 s
128 ms
2 kHz
3.2 kS/s
160 s
320 ms
1 kHz
1.6 kS/s
320 s
640 ms
500 Hz
800 S/s
640 s
1.28 s
200 Hz
320 S/s
1600 s
3.2 s
100 Hz
160 S/s
3200 s
6.4 s
Memory Depth (Samples) –
RSA2203A and RSA2208A: 512 kSamples.
Real-Time Capture Bandwidth
(Seamless Data Capture) –
RSA2203A and RSA2208A: 10 MHz (RF);
20 MHz, DC to 20 MHz (Baseband (Opt.05)).
Data Samples per Frame (Real-time
S/A Mode) – 1024.
Block Size (Number of Frames) –
RSA2203A and RSA2208A: 1 to 500.
Maximum A/D Sampling Rate and Resolution –
51.2 MS/s, 14 bits.
Span
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RSA2200A Series
Measurement Speed
Inputs and Outputs
Screen Update Rate –
38/s, (SA Mode, 2 MHz span, 128 point FFT).
35/s, (SA Mode, 2 MHz span, 1024 point FFT).
Remote Measurement Rate and
GPIB Transfer rate –
7000 Samples/s at 2 MHz span Auto
RBW Spectrum data.
Ethernet Transfer Rate –
2.6 Mb/s (256 Mb .IQT file transfer).
RF Center Frequency Switching Time –
<10 ms for 10 MHz frequency change;
<500 ms for 3 GHz frequency change.
Front Panel
Input – 50 Ω, type N.
Preamp Power Connector –
RSA2203A and RSA2208A: LEMO 6 pin connector –
Pin 1: NC; Pin 2: ID1; Pin 3: ID2; Pin 4: –12 V;
Pin 5: GND; Pin 6: +12V.
Traces, Displays, Detectors
Traces – 2 traces, Spectrum Analyzer Mode.
Displays –
Up to three time-correlated, user-selected displays
from the following: Spectrum, Spectrogram,
Amplitude vs. Time, Frequency vs. Time, Phase
vs. Time, IQ vs. Time.
Detector – RMS.
Trace Types –
Normal (RMS), Average, Max Hold, Min Hold.
Display Detection – Max, Min, Max/Min.
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Rear Panel
10 MHz Ref Out – 50 Ω, BNC, >–3 dBm.
10 MHz Ref In –
50 Ω, BNC, –10 dBm to +6 dBm.
Ext Trig In –
Ext Trig. BNC, High: 1.6 to 5.0 V, Low: 0 to 0.5 V.
GPIB Interface – IEEE 488.2.
Trigger Out –
50 Ω, BNC, High >2.0 V, Low: <0.4 V (output
current 1 mA).
Side Panel
LAN Interface (Ethernet) –
10/100 Base-T (standard).
Serial Interface – USB 1.1, 2 ports.
VGA Output – VGA compatible, 15-Pin D-sub.
Preamplifier (RSA2200A
Series Opt. 2A External)
Frequency Range – 100 MHz to 3 GHz.
Gain – 20 dB.
Noise Figure – 6.5 dB at 2 GHz.
Modulation Analysis
FM (may be used to evaluate FSK signals).
Minimum Input Level – –40 dBfs,*1 typical.
Range – 0.8 Hz to 12.8 MHz.
Accuracy –
± 1% of span (Signal at center screen,
input level –10 dBfs).
AM (may be used to evaluate ASK signals)
Minimum Input Level – –40 dBfs, typical.
Accuracy –
±2 % (Signal at center screen, input level
–10 dBfs, 10% to 60% modulation depth).
PM
Minimum Input Level – –40 dBfs, typical.
Accuracy –
±3º, (Signal at center screen, input level –10 dBfs).
PM Scale, Max, Min – ± 180º.
Automated Measurements
Automated Measurements –
Channel Power, ACPR, Carrier to Noise, Occupied
BW, Carrier Frequency, Emission BW, Spurious
Search, CCDF, dB/Hz Mkr, dBc/Hz Mkr.
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*1
dB relative to full screen reference.
Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers
RSA2200A Series
General Specifications
Temperature –
Operating: +10 ºC to +40 ºC.
Storage: –20 ºC to +60 ºC.
Warm-up Time – 20 min.
Safety and EMI Compatibility –
UL 61010B-1; CSA C22.2 No.1010.1.
EC Council Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 73/23/EEC,
amended by 93/68/EEC.
EC Council EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, amended
by 93/68/EEC.
Power Requirements –
100 VAC to 240 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz.
Power Consumption – 350 VA max.
Data Storage –
Internal HDD (20 GB), USB port, floppy disk drive.
Weight, without options – 19 kg.
Dimensions –
215 mm (H) x 425 mm (D) x 425 mm (W)
without bumpers and feet.
238 mm (H) x 470 mm (D) x 445 mm (W)
with bumpers and feet.
Calibration Interval – 1 year.
Warranty – 1 year.
Ordering Information
RSA2203A
Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer, 10 MHz to 3 GHz.
RSA2208A
Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer, 10 MHz to 8 GHz.
Includes: User manual, programmers manual,
power cord, BNC-N adapter.
Options
Opt. 1R – Rackmount.
Opt. 2A – Preamp, external, 20 dB gain to 3 GHz.
Opt. 05 – DC to 20 MHz Baseband Frequency
Extension.
Opt. 10 – OXCO High-stability Reference Oscillator,
1x10–7/day.
Opt. 12 – USB keyboard and mouse.
International Power Plugs
Opt. A0 – North America power.
Opt. A1 – Universal Euro power.
Opt. A2 – United Kingdom power.
Opt. A3 – Australia power.
Opt. A4 – North America power, 240 V.
Opt. A5 – Switzerland power.
Opt. A6 – Japan power.
Opt. A10 – China power.
Opt. A99 – No power cord or AC adapter.
Language Option
Option L0 – English user/programmers manual.
Option L5 – Japanese user/programmers manual.
Service Options
Opt. C3 – Calibration Service 3 years.
Opt. C5 – Calibration Service 5 years.
Opt. D1 – Calibration Data Report.
Opt. D3 – Calibration Data Report 3 years
(with Opt. C3).
Opt. D5 – Calibration Data Report 5 years
(with Opt. C5).
Opt. R3 – Repair Service 3 years.
Opt. R5 – Repair Service 5 years.
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Contact Tektronix:
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RSA2200A Series
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Poland +41 52 675 3777
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Russia & CIS +7 (495) 7484900
South Africa +27 11 254 8360
Spain (+34) 901 988 054
Sweden 020 08 80371
Switzerland +41 52 675 3777
Taiwan 886 (2) 2722-9622
United Kingdom & Eire +44 (0) 1344 392400
USA 1 (800) 426-2200
For other areas contact Tektronix, Inc. at: 1 (503) 627-7111
Updated 28 February 2006
Our most up-to-date product information is available at:
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Product(s) are manufactured in ISO registered facilities.
Product(s) complies with IEEE Standard 488.1-1987, RS-232-C, and with
Tektronix Standard Codes and Formats.
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