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Rohde & Schwarz FSUP50 Signal Source Analyzer

Manufacturer part number: FSUP50
20 Hz–50 GHz
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The R&S® FSUP is a highly flexible phase noise tester with versatile measurement capabilities that combines the scope of functions of a high-end signal and spectrum analyzer with the benefits of a phase-noise-only tester.

Features:

  • Frequency range up to 8 GHz, 26.5 GHz, or 50 GHz (up to 110 GHz with external mixers)
  • Maximum dynamic range through cross-correlation
  • Analysis of settling in time domain
  • Oscillator characterization
  • Detection, suppression, and listing of interference
  • Maximum flexibility for phase noise measurements
  • Low-noise source for supply and tuning voltages
  • Analysis of signals with digital and analog modulation
Operating modessignal source analyzer1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
spectrum analyzer20 Hz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
Signal source analyzer
Phase noise measurementwith spectrum analyzer10 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
with phase comparator1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
internal reference1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
external reference1 MHz to 8 GHz
with phase comparator and cross-correlation1 MHz to 8/26 GHz/50 GHz
max. frequency offset30 MHz
Residual noisewith phase comparator1 MHz to 8 GHz  (with internal phase detector)
AM noisespecified frequency range of AM diode detector
Description

The R&S® FSUP is a highly flexible phase noise tester with versatile measurement capabilities that combines the scope of functions of a high-end signal and spectrum analyzer with the benefits of a phase-noise-only tester.

Features:

  • Frequency range up to 8 GHz, 26.5 GHz, or 50 GHz (up to 110 GHz with external mixers)
  • Maximum dynamic range through cross-correlation
  • Analysis of settling in time domain
  • Oscillator characterization
  • Detection, suppression, and listing of interference
  • Maximum flexibility for phase noise measurements
  • Low-noise source for supply and tuning voltages
  • Analysis of signals with digital and analog modulation