DSA815 - TG spectrum analyzer contains 1.5 G digital spectrometer tracking source R
DSA815 - TG spectrum analyzer (including tracking source)
The digital intermediate frequency technology
9 kHz to 1.5 GHz frequency range
Shows the average noise level (DANL) - 135 dBm (typical)
Phase noise - 80 dBc/Hz (offset 10 kHz)
Whole range accuracy < 1.5 dB
Minimum resolution bandwidth (RBW) 100 Hz
The standard preamplifier
1.5 GHz tracking source (DSA815 - TG)
Equipped with abundant advanced measurement function
Equipped with EMI filter and peak detector
Pattern matching VSWR measurement suite
Rich interface: LAN, USB Host, USB Device and GPIB (optional)
8 "WVGA (800 x480) display, intuitive operation
Signal reconstruction method adopted by oscilloscope
How to calculate the sampling rate? The calculation method depends on the waveform type measured and the signal reconstruction method adopted by oscilloscope, such as example sinusoidal insertion method, vector insertion method, etc. To reproduce the signal accurately and avoid confusion, the Nyquist theorem states that the sampling rate of the signal must be no less than twice its highest frequency component. However, the premise of this theorem is based on signals of infinite length of time and continuous period. Since oscilloscopes cannot provide a record length of infinite time, and low-frequency disturbances are by definition discontinuous and not periodic, sampling rates of twice the highest frequency components are usually insufficient.
In fact, the accurate reproduction of the signal depends on its sampling rate and the interpolation method of signal sampling point gap, namely waveform reconstruction.Some oscilloscopes provide the operator with the following options: sinusoidal interpolation for measuring sinusoidal signals, and linear interpolation for measuring rectangular waves, pulses, and other signal types.
A useful rule of thumb for comparing sample rates and signal bandwidths: if the oscilloscope you are looking at has interpolation (filtered to regenerate between sample points), the ratio (sample rate/signal bandwidths) should be at least 4∶1.Without sine interpolation, the ratio of 10∶1 should be adopted.
Digital oscilloscope generally provides online display of root mean square value, its accuracy is generally what?
For oscilloscope amplitude measurement accuracy, many people use A/D digit to measure. In fact, it varies depending on the oscilloscope bandwidth you use, the actual sampling rate Settings, and so on. If the bandwidth is insufficient, the amplitude measurement error itself will be very large; if the bandwidth is sufficient, the sampling setting is very high, and the actual amplitude measurement precision is not as good as that of the sampling rate when the sampling rate is low (you may refer to the user's manual of the oscilloscope, which may give the actual effective digits of an oscilloscope at different sampling rates). In general, oscilloscope measurement amplitude, including root mean square value accuracy is often less than the multimeter, similarly, measuring frequency it is less than the frequency counter.