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Topic: What is the difference between a Signal Analyzer and a Spectrum Analyzer?
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What is the difference between a Signal Analyzer and a Spectrum Analyzer?
FM on 3/18/2011 2:02:00 PM

Re: What is the difference between a Signal Analyzer and a Spectrum Analyzer? 
A signal analyzer is essentially a RF-measurement and an analysis instruments “signal analyzers” which targets a wider niche than do swept-frequency spectrum analyzers. They offer an array of built-in and optional capabilities that enable them to also perform many tasks that have become critical in testing and evaluating today’s complex, digitally modulated communications signals. application-specific measurements and test-modulation schemes and to develop your own customized applications using live signal-analyzer data.
Crankshaft on 3/20/2011 1:23:00 PM

Re: What is the difference between a Signal Analyzer and a Spectrum Analyzer?Best Answer!
Most of the current line of Agilent analyzers are called Signal Analyzers such as the CXA, EXA, MXA and the PXA all of which replace the RF measurement spectrum analyzers such as the 8590, 8560, ESA, PSA series.
kc8hdu on 3/22/2011 1:05:00 PM


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