N9340A - Agilent / HP Spectrum Analyzers





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Technical Specifications

High end frequency limit
3.00GHz

Resolution Bandwidth Max.
1MHz

Resolution Bandwidth Min.
30Hz

Amplitude Range
30Hz

Extra Specifications
Handheld RF Spectrum Analyzer


Product Description

Specifically designed for field use, the N9340A provides good usability and exceptional performance for installation and maintenance, spectrum monitoring, and on-site repair tasks. It provides optional tracking generator and pre-amplifier.

  • Usability optimized for field use. The 7.2 inch transflective LCD offers a clear picture even in strong sunlight; USB connectivity allows easy PC control and data transfer; four-hour battery life enables extended field time; multi-language UI makes operating easier
  • Light weight, rugged and portable. At 3.5kg (with battery) the N9340A is specifically designed for field installation and maintenance tasks for military, wireless service providers (WSP), TV & broadcasting, and spectrum management authority
  • Exceptional performance. Fast measurement speed helps capture transient signals and give a complete understanding of the spectrum. The unrivaled sweep time of 10 ms helps dramatically reduce field time and enhance productivity. Narrow RBW helps to resolve close-in signals. Low DANL allows you to detect low-level signals such as spurious and noise. Low SSB phase noise helps to detect low signals close to the carrier
  • 7.2 inch transflective LCD with the resolution of 640x480 pixels
  • Four-hours battery life
  • Modern USB connectivity for PC control and data transfer
  • Multi-language user interface: 11 languages
  • One-button power measurement: occupied bandwidth, channel power, and adjacent channel power ratio
  • Peak, negative peak, normal sample, RMS sample detectors
  • Options: 3 GHz pre-amplifier, 3 GHz tracking generator, Hard transit case, Automotive 12 V DC adaptor