Rohde & Schwarz updates FSW signal and spectrum analyser with analogue baseband inputs

Rohde & Schwarz updates FSW signal and spectrum analyser with analogue baseband inputs

Published: 16th April 2013

Rohde & Schwarz announced today that they have upgraded their FSW signal and spectrum analyser with a new option that includes analogue baseband inputs which cover a bandwidth of 80 MHz for I and Q signals.

The update now means that it is the only signal and spectrum analyser on the market that can analyse signals with up to 160 MHz bandwidth in the baseband.

With the new option, the R&S FSW now makes it possible to test the signal in the baseband prior to its conversion to the RF, allowing developers to characterise the entire signal chain using a single device.

For further information please call +44 (0)8453 62 63 65.

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