Rohde and Scharz FSW67

New FSW67 Signal and Spectrum Analyser from Rohde & Schwarz

Published: 13th November 2013

Leading test equipment manufacturer Rohde & Schwarz have announced their latest product to the market.


In what they describe as the world’s most advanced signal and spectrum analyser, the R&S FSW67 has been developed to meet the most demanding of customer requirements. Offering the highest bandwidth with the lowest phase noise making measurements fast and easy.

The FSW67 is packed with many features which make it the ideal instrument for those in the aerospace and defence sector as well as developers of future, wideband communications systems.

The latest member of the R&S FSW family, the new analyser is the only instrument on the market to cover the frequency range from 2 Hz to 67GHz in a single sweep and thanks to its unique analysis bandwidth of up to 320 MHz it is also ideal for measuring wideband-modulated or frequency-agile signals.

Currently, signal and spectrum analysers measure different standards (GSM, CDMA2000®, WCDMA, LTE) separately. The FSW improves on this by providing the capability to measure multiple standards simultaneously.

The FSW67 has many user-friendly features including a large 12.1" touchscreen, flat menu structure and straightforward result representation. Add to this great measurement speed (providing 1000 sweep/s in remote operation and delay-free switching between instrument setups) making the FSW67 a clear leader among signal and spectrum analysers available on the market today.

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