B&K Precision Corporation, represented by Unispan Instruments , has announced a reduction in the price of the Model 2630 spectrum analyser.
This makes the Model 2630 one of the most cost-effective 150kHz to 1.05GHz spectrum analyzers, with built-in tracking generator, on the market.
Compact, versatile, and easy to use, this bench top unit is suitable for applications in the cable TV and telecommunications industry.
The Model 2630 is a useful service tool for signals up to 1.05GHz. It can be utilised for pre-compliance testing during development prior to third party testing.
An optional near-field sniffer probe set (Model PR-261) can be used to locate cable and PC board emission "hot spots" and evaluate EMC problems at the breadboard and prototype levels.
The Model 2630 spectrum analyzer/sniffer probe combination is an ideal solution for RF leakage/radiation investigation, CATV/MATV systems troubleshooting, cellular telephone/pocket pager test and EMI diagnostics.
The Model 2630 is extremely flexible and can be used for testing cable TV levels and frequency responses, testing master antenna TV systems, measuring communications transmitter spurious radiation, locating sources of EMI, or to measure unwanted RF radiation.
The front panel display provides many measurement parameters such as centre frequency, marker frequency, and attenuation levels.
Performance characteristics include measurement of frequency signals from 150kHz to 1.05GHz (1050MHz), dynamic range of 80dB (113dB with attenuation), AM and FM demodulator, 20 and 400kHz resolution bandwidth, 150kHz/hour stability, and built-in tracking generator.
Measuring a compact 4.9" high by 15.0" deep by 11.2" wide, the analyser comes complete with operating manual and line cord. An optional carrying case, Model LC-210A, is available.