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Agilent 8562A Spectrum Analyzer 9 kHz - 22 GHz

Description

The HP 8561A and 8562A/B spectrum analyzers put high-performance, synthesized technology into a lightweight, portable package. Ruggedized to military specifications, these analyzers are engineered to survive harsh field conditions. They perform a wide variety of jobs from communication-system and component testing to radar and millimeter measurements. These models are packed with advanced HP technology and HP-IB is standard.

The Choice is Yours

The HP 8562A has a frequency range of 1 kHz to 22 GHz with microwave pre-selection that can be extended up to 26.5 GHz with option 026. External mixers extend the range to 325 GHz. The HP 85628 covers the same frequency range as the HP 8562A but without pre-selection. Satisfy your RF measurement needs by using the economical HP 8561A which has a frequency range of 1 kHz to 6.5 GHz with pre-selection from 2.75 GHz to 6.5 GHz.

Use Them Anywhere

The compact size and shape of the HP 8561A and 8562A/B makes them easy to transport to remote sites. They even slide under an airí plane seat. Of course, these portable analyzers also make good sense in the laboratory and on the production line. They fit easily onto crowded work benches or instrument racks. And if there's no room on your bench, they will operate upright on the floor.

Rugged and Dependable

The HP 8561A and 8562A/B are built to perform in adverse conditions. They have been ruggedized to meet MIL-T-28800C requirements for temperature, pulse shock, and transit drop. These analyzers withstand 30 g's of shock, so there is no need to worry if they are knocked around. Climate isn't a problem either-these models warm up in five minutes in ambient temperatures from -10ðC to +55ðC.

A removable impact cover fits over the front panel for maximum protection during transit. Inside the cover there are several convenient compartments for small accessories like adapters, BNC cables, and external mixers.

Features

  • Frequency Range:  9 KHz to 22 GHz
  • Internal Pre-selection:  +30dBm
  • Minimum Resolution Bandwidth: 100 Hz
  • Sensitivity: -110dBm

Specifications

Minimum Frequency

9 kHz

Maximum Frequency

22 GHz

Frequency Accuracy

0.0000000004 %

Zero Span

Yes

Minimum Span

2.5 kHz

Maximum Span

19.25 GHz

Minimum Sweep Time

50 ms

Maximum Sweep Time

100 s

Minimum Resolution Bandwidth

100 Hz

Maximum Resolution Bandwidth

1 MHz

Resolution Bandwidth Steps

1/3/10

Minimum Video Bandwidth

1 Hz

Maximum Video Bandwidth

3 MHz

Video Bandwidth Steps

1/3/10

Minimum Single-Side-Band Noise

-100 dBc/Hz

Maximum Safe AC Input

1 dBm

Maximum DC Input

0 V

Minimum Displayed Average Noise

-121 dBm

Maximum Displayed Average Noise

-90 dBm

Maximum Dynamic Range

118 dB

Maximum Amplitude Uncertainty

3 %

Trigger Source

External,Internal

Demodulation

AM,FM

Connector type (main signal)

Type-N(f)

2nd IF Input Connector Type

SMA(f)

1st Local Oscillator (LO) Output Connector

BNC(f)

Cal Output Connector Type

BNC(f)

Probe Power

No

External Frequency Reference

3 %

Noise Source Driver

No

Standards

CISPR
CISPR 11
CISPR 14 - 1
CISPR 14 - 2
CISPR 14 - 2
CISPR 16 - 1
CISPR 16 - 2
CISPR 16 - 3
CISPR 16 - 4
CISPR 22
CISPR 24
IEC
IEC/TR EN 61000 - 1 - 1
IEC/TR EN 61000 - 2 - 1
IEC/TR EN 61000 - 2 - 3
IEC EN 61000 - 3 - 2
IEC EN 61000 - 3 - 4
IEC/TC EN 61000 - 3 - 5
IEC EN 61000 - 4 - 2
IEC EN 61000 - 4 - 3
IEC EN 61000 - 4 - 4
IEC EN 61000 - 4 - 5
IEC EN 61000 - 4 - 6
IEC EN 61000 - 4 - 7
IEC EN 61000 - 4 - 8
IEC EN 61000 - 4 - 9
IEC EN 61000 - 4 - 11
European
EN 50 081 part 1
EN 50 081 part 2
EN 55 011
EN 55 013
EN 55 014
EN 55 015
EN 55 020
EN 55 022
EN 55 024
EN 50 082 part 1
EN 50 082 part 2
EN 50 093
American
FCC Part 15
MIL-STD - 461E