RSA5000B Real Time Spectrum Analyzer

RSA5000B Real Time Spectrum Analyzer

Visualize and characterize devices and components with precision and accuracy using the powerful, industry leading RSA5000B Real Time Spectrum Analyzer. This advanced spectrum analyzer makes high performance and sensitivity measurements for spurious signals much faster than other spectrum analyzers, so you can conduct conventional measurements and troubleshoot quickly, accurately and successfully.

Max Frequency Range

1 Hz to 26.5 GHz

Max Real Time BW and SDFR

165 MHz @ -80 dBc

DANL @ 2 GHz, preamp

-167 dBm/Hz

TOI @ 2 GHz

+17 dBm

 

Outstanding RF performance, every day

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With its outstanding RF performance, generous feature set and easily accessible standard controls, you can rely on the RSA5000B every day. The impressive sweep speed with high sensitivity lets you complete a 10 GHz span sweep with a noise floor of -110 dBm/Hz in just 22 seconds, and multiple traces, markers and standard measurements are always at the ready.

Highlights

  • Familiar, independent controls: RBW, VBW, Quasi Peak detector, Zero-Span
  • Comprehensive measurements: Channel Power, OBW, ACRL, Spurious, CCDF, Spectrogram
  • Simultaneously see events in frequency, time domains, and real time

Wideband signal analysis: design with confidence

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The RSA5000B offers signal analysis that’s both wide and highly accurate. The accuracy allows you to make higher margins in your measurements. The fact that it is wide allows you to rest assured that you’ll find what you’re seeking.

Highlights

  • Wideband analysis with great dynamic range: 165 MHz with 80 dBc SFDR
  • Frequency Response for 165 MHz BW: ±0.4 dB, 1.5°
  • Options for WLAN, Bluetooth, ZigBee, Pulsed Analysis, and more

See real problems in real-time: DPX® technology

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Discover the most difficult, hard-to-find problems with industry-best, powerful real-time architecture. Advanced, proprietary DPX® technology lets you see RF characteristics practically invisible to a conventional spectrum analyzer. Fully controllable and independent settings for Span, RBW, VBW in real time displays.

Highlights

  • Detect any signal greater than 434 nsec with 100% probability of intercept—the industry’s best performance
  • Fastest FFT engine: up to 3.125M FFTs/second
  • Most complete: DPX Spectrum, DPX Spectrogram, DPX Zero Span
  • Most powerful triggers: Frequency Mask, DPX Density, Runt, Level, Time Qualification for all triggers

 

Models

Model Frequency Range Real-Time Bandwidth Minimum Event Duration for 100% POI SFDR (typical) List Price
RSA5103B 1 Hz - 3 GHz 25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz 0.434 μs -80 dBc Configure & Quote
RSA5106B 1 Hz - 6.2 GHz 25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz 0.434 μs -80 dBc Configure & Quote
RSA5115B 1 Hz - 15 GHz 25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz 0.434 μs -80 dBc Configure & Quote
RSA5126B 1 Hz - 26.5 GHz 25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz 0.434 μs -80 dBc Configure & Quote
ModelRSA5103B
Frequency RangeReal-Time BandwidthMinimum Event Duration for 100% POI
1 Hz - 3 GHz25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz0.434 μs
SFDR (typical)
-80 dBc
ModelRSA5106B
Frequency RangeReal-Time BandwidthMinimum Event Duration for 100% POI
1 Hz - 6.2 GHz25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz0.434 μs
SFDR (typical)
-80 dBc
ModelRSA5115B
Frequency RangeReal-Time BandwidthMinimum Event Duration for 100% POI
1 Hz - 15 GHz25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz0.434 μs
SFDR (typical)
-80 dBc
ModelRSA5126B
Frequency RangeReal-Time BandwidthMinimum Event Duration for 100% POI
1 Hz - 26.5 GHz25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz0.434 μs
SFDR (typical)
-80 dBc
Model Frequency Range Real-Time Bandwidth Minimum Event Duration for 100% POI SFDR (typical) List Price
RSA5103B 1 Hz - 3 GHz 25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz 0.434 μs -80 dBc Configure & Quote
RSA5106B 1 Hz - 6.2 GHz 25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz 0.434 μs -80 dBc Configure & Quote
RSA5115B 1 Hz - 15 GHz 25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz 0.434 μs -80 dBc Configure & Quote
RSA5126B 1 Hz - 26.5 GHz 25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz 0.434 μs -80 dBc Configure & Quote
ModelRSA5103B
Frequency RangeReal-Time BandwidthMinimum Event Duration for 100% POI
1 Hz - 3 GHz25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz0.434 μs
SFDR (typical)
-80 dBc
ModelRSA5106B
Frequency RangeReal-Time BandwidthMinimum Event Duration for 100% POI
1 Hz - 6.2 GHz25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz0.434 μs
SFDR (typical)
-80 dBc
ModelRSA5115B
Frequency RangeReal-Time BandwidthMinimum Event Duration for 100% POI
1 Hz - 15 GHz25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz0.434 μs
SFDR (typical)
-80 dBc
ModelRSA5126B
Frequency RangeReal-Time BandwidthMinimum Event Duration for 100% POI
1 Hz - 26.5 GHz25 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 125 MHz and 165 MHz0.434 μs
SFDR (typical)
-80 dBc
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Frequency Range1 Hz to 3, 6,2, 15, 26.5 GHz16 kHz to 14, 26.5 GHz 9 KHz to 3, 7.5 GHz10 Hz to 26.5 GHz10 Hz to 3.6, 7, 13.6, 26.5, 32, 44 GHz10 Hz to 40 GHz9 kHz to 3 GHz, 6 GHz, 18 GHz
Maximum BW165 MHz800  MHz40 MHz160 MHz40 MHz160 MHz28 MHz
SFDR at Maximum Capture BW-80 dBc-60 dBc-70 dBc -69 dBc-80 dBc-65 dBc-60 dBc
Phase Noise: 1 GHz CF, 10 KHz offset-109 dBc/Hz-134 dBc/Hz (typ mean)-94 dBc/Hz-113 dBc/Hz-107 dBc/Hz-106 dBc-98 dBc
Third-order Intercept at 2 GHz+17 dBm+ 24 dBm (typ)+15 dBm+16 dBm+18 dBm+13 dBm+10 dBm
Displayed Noise  with Preamp,
2 GHz
-164 dBm/Hz-164 dBm/Hz-161 dBm/Hz-163 dBm/Hz-160 dBm/Hz-150 dBm/Hz-152 dBm/Hz
ACLR DyN/Amic Range (WCDMA)-75 db-67 db-68 dB-73 dB-73 dB-73 dBNot Specified
Amplitude Accuracy @ 2 GHz±0.3 dB±0.13 dB (typ)±0.2 dB±0.23 dB±0.27 dB±0.4 dB±0.5 dB
RTSA: Min. Event Duration for 100% Probability of Intercept, full amplitude0.434 µsec0.70 µsec100 µsec3.57 µsecN/AN/AN/A
RTSA: max number of FFT/sec3,125,0001,470,00010,000292,969N/AN/AN/A
RTSA: Multiple Domain DisplaysYesYesYesYesN/AN/AN/A
RTSA: Multiple Domain Correlated Markers YesYesYesN/AN/AN/AN/A

 

Radar and EW done right

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Verify and validate that radar and electronic warfare systems and subsystems are working as intended, and troubleshoot when they are not. Control analysis from the time domain to get better insights into the frequency domain to ensure proper operation. See and test the smallest details and the larger trends of pulsed signals.

Highlights

  • Pulse Measurement (Opt 20) characterizes 31 pulse parameters
  • Cumulative statistics on millions of pulses for long term trend analysis
  • Best triggering: find the pulses you need to investigate further
  • Real Time DPX Spectrum and Zero Span help view trends and provide insight

Spectrum Management and Spectrum Monitoring

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Unmatched "stare" bandwidth helps detect, classify and locate signals of interest, making the RSA5000 ideal for interference hunting. Detect bursted signals of interest and low signal-to-noise ratio signals other analyzers miss, and rely on long record spectrogram for signal history and frequency mask trigger with alarms aids documentation and unattended monitoring.

Highlights

  • 165 MHz real time bandwidth with 80 dBc SFDR
  • Swept DPX display finds transient signals across entire 26.5 GHz frequency range
  • Real time DPX spectrogram with over 60,000 traces records hours of high POI spectrum traces
  • Streaming IQ option for 3rd party device long term signal recording

EMI Pre-compliance & Diagnostics

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Perform pre-compliance measurements with quasi-peak detector and spurious measurements to quickly asses DUTs and ensure they will pass final EMI compliance testing. If there are failures, use powerful Real Time Spectrum Analysis (RTSA) to understand the mechanism and quickly identify root cause.

Highlights

  • Spurious measurements with pre saved limits to the FCC, CISPR, ETSI, ANSI standards
  • Faster measurements for high sensitivity: spend less time with spurious measurements due to unique wide band spectrum analysis architecture
  • Quasi-peak detector lets you test the same way the Compliance lab tests
  • Real time displays to visualize and investigate failures: save time by seeing live RF spectrum

RF troubleshooting for the most difficult problems

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Discover infrequently occurring signals, trigger on them, capture the signal into memory and analyze the signal fully. Track down problems with the interaction of hardware and software, power supply noise, and other difficult to measure aspects in the RF space.

Highlights

  • See the signals that other analyzers miss, in real time
  • Save time and gain insight with synchronized frequency, time and modulation displays without switching between modes

 

Data SheetSoftware Package / Software OptionDescriptionConfigure and Quote
Opt. 23

WLAN Analysis 802.11a/b/g/j/p

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Opt. 24

WLAN Analysis 802.11n

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Opt. 25

WLAN Analysis 802.11ac

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Opt. 10 (RSA5K/6K/SPECMON)

AM/FM/PM Modulation and Audio Measurements

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Opt. 11 Phase Noise and Jitter Measurements. Contact Us
Opt. 12 Settling Time Measurements. Contact Us
Opt. 14

Noise Figure.

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Opt. 20 Advanced Signal Analysis (including Pulse Measurements). Contact Us
Opt. 21 Advanced Measurements Suite (GP Mod. Analysis, RFID, Sig. Source). Contact Us
Opt. 22 Flexible OFDM Analysis. Contact Us
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This manual explains the use of commands for remotely controlling your RSA5100B Series Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers. Use this information to write computer programs to perform various instrument functions.
Part number: 077090103
Programmer 28 Aug 2017
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This help text provides in-depth information on how to use the RSA5100B Series Real-Time Signal Analyzers. This PDF version of the online help contains the most complete descriptions of how to use the analyzer.
Part number: 077089903
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This help provides in-depth information on how to use the RSA5100A Series Real-Time Signal Analyzers. This PDF version of the online help contains the most complete descriptions of how to use the analyzer.
Part number: 077104002
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RSA5100B Series
This service manual contains maintenance information and the replaceable parts available for the RSA5100B Series Signal Analyzers.
Part number: 077090300
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This document helps customers with data security concerns to sanitize or remove memory devices from the RSA5100B Series Real-Time Signal Analyzers.
Part number: 077090201
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