The GSP-9300B from GW Instek is a light, compact 3 GHz spectrum analyser. The range of 9 kHz to 3 GHz makes the GSP-9300 suitable for use in various applications such as measuring on Wi-Fi or GSM networks. Furthermore, this analyser has a built-in preamplifier, so that the noise level is up to -142 dBm/Hz.
With a sweep executed in 307 µs it is possible to measure changing signals such as bluetooth frequency hopping or interference in a very capable way.
The GSP-9300B can only handle analog modulations such as AM/FM. If you need digital modulations for ASK and FSK analysis, you can look at the GSP-9300.
With the included software the measured data can easily be logged on a computer. In addition, the spectrum analyzer can be remotely controlled via computer or Android device via an app. The 9300B supports storage on a USB stick, or on a micro-SD card, with the built-in reader on the front.
Optionally it is possible to purchase the GSP-9300B with built-in tracking generator. The usefulness of this is that the response of an e.g. filter can be tested directly. The generator generates a signal on a frequency. This same frequency is measured at the same time by the spectrum analyzer. This makes it easy to form an image of the reaction of a circuit at different frequencies.
The difference between the 2 models is only the presence of a tracking generator.
|Tracking generator (TG)|
|Bandwidth||9 kHz - 3 GHz|
|Maximum input power||< 33 dBm|
|Defaulted Noise||18 dBm (100 kHz - 1 MHz)
21 dBm (1 MHz - 10 MHz)
30 dBm (10 MHz - 3 GHz)
|Noise level||To -122 dBm/Hz (preamplifier off), To -142 dBm/Hz (preamplifier on)|
|Scale display||Linear, logarithmic|
|Connectivity||USB (Host and Device), Micro-SD slot (up to 32GB), LAN, RS232, DVI-I video|
|Dimensions||210 x 350 x 100 mm|
The GW Inlet GSP-9300B comes with:.
There are several options available with these spectrum analyzers. You can click on the options to go to the corresponding page, where you can also add the options to your shopping cart.
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