Rohde & Schwarz Adds Internal Analysis Bandwidth to FSVA3000 Analyzer

October 22, 2020 Perry Cohen

Rohde & Schwarz announced it has added internal analysis bandwidth up to 1GHz to its R&S FSVA3000 mid-range signal and spectrum analyzer.  Per the company, the new hardware option is available for all models from 7.5 GHz to 44 GHz, while comparable solutions offer just 160 MHz analysis bandwidth.

The R&S FSVA3000 was developed to support the production of 5G NR base stations, mobile phones, and components, specifically in the 28 GHz and 39 GHz bands.

Coupled with supported 5G NR downlink and uplink measurement options, the analyzer is an easy solution for analyzing 5G NR signals.

Featuring an advanced autoset, configuration of frequently performed measurements can be performed quickly. Further, sufficient bandwidth for SEM and ACLR measurments of wideband signals are offered in I/Q mode.

Its RF capabilities allow for capturing and predistoring. Additionally, the FSVA3000 supports measurement of short ride and fall times and detection of ultrashort pulses.

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