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SM200C - Signal Hound Spectrum Analyzers

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SM200C Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer & Monitoring Receiver

The SM200C is a high-performance spectrum analyzer and monitoring receiver with a 10 Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ port, which enables the SM200C to communicate with a PC over long distances using a fiber optic cable. Tuning from 100 kHz to 20GHz, the analyzer has 160 MHz of instantaneous streaming bandwidth (IBW), 110 dB of dynamic range, 1THz/sec sweep speed at 30kHz RBW (using Nuttall windowing), and phase noise performance that rivals even the most expensive spectrum analyzers on the market.

Signal processing is distributed between a powerful Intel FPGA and an external PC having an Intel Core i7 processor. The Signal Hound SM200C can be readily interfaced, using its local API, to an automated monitoring system or to automated test equipment. The SM200C API provides customers the access needed to insert their own DSP algorithms into a calibrated stream of I/Q data.

  • Range: 100 kHz to 20.0 GHz
  • RF Input Impedance (type-N connector): 50?
  • Calibrated Streaming I/Q: 5 kHz to 160 MHz of selectable I/Q streaming bandwidth
  • Resolution Bandwidths (RBW): 0.1 Hz (≤ 200kHz span) to 3 MHz (any span) using 40 MHz IBW; 30 kHz to 10 MHz using 160 MHz IBW
SYSTEM NOISE FIGURE (Typical) 11dB over 700 MHz to 2.7 GHz;

14dB from 2.7 GHz to 4.5 GHz;

18dB from 4.5 GHz to 15 GHz;

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