Agilent Technologiesí Best-in-Class Low-Cost 3GHz RF Spectrum Analyzer Available Worldwide
Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today announced the worldwide availability of its best-in-class, low-cost spectrum analyzer. The introduction of the Agilent N9320A signifies Agilentís commitment to provide customers around the world with low-cost test and measurement solutions featuring fast measurement speed (9.2 ms at non zero span), good DANL (- 148 dBm), narrow RBW (10 Hz), high TOI (+13 dBm) and ease-of-use.
Facing mounting cost-reduction pressure from competition, engineers and technicians need cost-effective instruments to cope with various test applications. The Agilent N9320A addresses these needs by providing quick measurement with performance and enhanced usability packaged in a low-cost solution. Supported by Agilentís excellent worldwide service networks, customers are assured of quality products and support. Also, the N9320A Seriesí performance feature set and competitive pricing make it ideal for the education industry.
ďThe Agilent N9320A is designed to meet and exceed customersí expectations for an entry-level portable test solution, providing faster measurement speed and performance for its price,Ē said Huo Feng, general manager of Agilent Chengdu Instruments Division. ďThe N9320Aís outstanding features will help customers maximize productivity and minimize cost.Ē
Full Functionality Offers Best-in-Class Performance:
9.2 ms fast sweep speed saves measurement time, helps to improve productivity and boost throughput;
-148 dBm DANL with pre-amp helps to detect low-level signals and determine the true characterization of devices;
10 Hz to 1 MHz RBW helps to distinguish close signals and better understand the circuit; and
+13 dBm TOI helps to reduce the effects of instrument distortion on the DUT.
A clear, 6.5 inch TFT color with associated, easy-to-read soft keys helps users quickly read the test results;
The graphical user interface supports 11 languages: Chinese (traditional and simplified), English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish;
USB interfaces enable the users to easily save data to the memory disk or remote control by PC, providing a fast and convenient way to update firmware;
An auto tune key allows users to quickly to find the highest level signal, center it on the screen and adjust the span, which results in accurate, speedy measurements;
The Power Suite provides one-button measurements such as channel power, OBW, TOI, SEM and ACP; shortens routine test setup time, ensures accuracy of setup, and improves userís productivity;
4 traces and 12 markers help to better analyze the signals and understand the circuitís performance; and
PC software replicates all controls and setup parameters of the front panel, providing useful and straightforward data-analysis tools.
Coupled with the previously launched N9310A RF signal generator, the Agilent N9320A spectrum analyzer is well positioned to reach quality-conscious and cost-sensitive market segments, such as consumer electronics manufacturing, basic R&D, bench repair, education, and installation and maintenance. This combination provides customers with a total solution, ensuring that design and production quality are not compromised while cost of test is reduced.
U.S. Pricing and Availability
The Agilent N9320A is now available worldwide, with prices starting at approximately $7,200.
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