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Tracking Generator Options for PXIe Signal Analyzer
08 September 2015 – Keysight Technologies released four new M9290A CXA-m PXIe signal analyzer tracking generator options. The CXA-m signal analyzer, with a built-in tracking generator, now has 3, 7.5, 13.6 and 26.5 GHz options, making it the industry’s first modular stimulus response measurement solution and providing the industry’s highest tracking generator frequency coverage. Vector signal analysis capabilities are also now available on the CXA-m by the N9064A VXA X-Series measurement application or 89600 VSA software.
“Today’s developers that are creating systems used in the maintenance and production line want a versatile test platform that has a small footprint; and is capable of spectrum and signal analysis; and component characterization,” said Brian LeMay, general manager of Keysight’s Chengdu Instruments Division. “The modular design of the CXA-m and its industry-leading capabilities provide a powerful and affordable solution.”
Adding an optional tracking generator to the CXA-m makes it ideal for characterizing the behavior of components or subsystems, including frequency response, conversion loss and insertion loss/gain, as well as analyzing and identifying unknown signals. The modular CXA-m stimulus response measurement solution allows system developers to fulfill the tasks for component characterization while meeting the demands of shrinking the test footprint and budget.
The VXA measurement application provides the CXA-m with a vector signal analysis mode that supports a wide range of measurements, demodulation types and filters that enable engineers to perform comprehensive signal analysis, thoroughly test designs, ensure product quality and optimize device performance. The N9064A is one in a common library of more than 25 measurement applications in the Keysight X-Series signal analyzers.
The 89600 VSA software is a comprehensive set of tools for measuring signals; verifying signal performance with multiple simultaneous views in time, frequency and modulation domains; and troubleshooting via trace-to-trace coupling, triggering, record and playback. Collectively, these tools accelerate device development with consistent vector signal analyzer measurements at any stage of design – from baseband to RF and simulation to design validation.
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