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Keysight/Agilent/HP 3563A Signal Analyzer

Manufacturer part number: 3563A
The Keysight/Agilent/HP 3563A Signal Analyzer is excellent for analysis of low frequency signals such as audio and mechanical systems including structural dynamics and machinery vibration.
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SIGNAL ANALYZER 100KHZ
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The Keysight/Agilent/HP 3563A measures analog and digital signals, applies analog and digital stimulus, makes swept sine and FFT frequency response measurements, measures spectra, waveforms, and transients, extracts models with S/ and Z/domain curve fitting.

64 µHz to 100 kHz, 80 dB dynamic range, 26.5 µHz resolution over entire frequency range, ±0.15 dB amplitude accuracy, built/in noise and sine wave sources.

Features:

  • Internal source provides random noise, burst random, sine chirp, burst chirp, fixed sine, and swept sine
  • Spectrum, network, transient analysis
  • Vector averaging, waveform math, curve fitting, frequency response analysis
  • Digital stimulus and measurement capability
  • GPIB
  • 4 µHz to 100 kHz
  • 150 dB dynamic range
  • Probe Cables
  • Probe Tips
  • Probe Pods (8 Bit)
  • Manual
  • Getting Started Guide
  • Installation Guide
  • Probe Sets
  • Power Cord
  • Grabbers
  • Leads
Description

The Keysight/Agilent/HP 3563A measures analog and digital signals, applies analog and digital stimulus, makes swept sine and FFT frequency response measurements, measures spectra, waveforms, and transients, extracts models with S/ and Z/domain curve fitting.

64 µHz to 100 kHz, 80 dB dynamic range, 26.5 µHz resolution over entire frequency range, ±0.15 dB amplitude accuracy, built/in noise and sine wave sources.

Features:

  • Internal source provides random noise, burst random, sine chirp, burst chirp, fixed sine, and swept sine
  • Spectrum, network, transient analysis
  • Vector averaging, waveform math, curve fitting, frequency response analysis
  • Digital stimulus and measurement capability
  • GPIB