Advantest U3641

Advantest U3641

Advantest U3641


Advantest U3641


In-Circuit Testers




Florida, USA

Offered by:

Test Equipment Connection

Advantest U3641

Spectrum Analyzer
NOTE - This sale unit has options 20/74.

The U3641/3641N is a 3-GHz synthesized spectrum analyzer ideal for field use. With a lightweight, compact size and threeway power supply including battery operation, the U3641/ 3641N has been designed specifically for field installation and maintenance applications. In addition, with the inclusion of a synthesized local oscillator, the U3641/3641N allows highprecision and high-stability measurements with a minimum resolution bandwidth of 100 Hz. A fast zero span sweep speed of 50 Micros allows characterization of burst signal rising and falling edges and the measurement of power during on and off periods. The U3641/3641N are portable analyzers which can be used for maintenance on various aspects of CATV and PHS/PDC.

Frequency Readout Start, Stop, CF, Marker
Accuracy (freq readout × freq ref error + 5% × span + 15% × RBW + 10 Hz)
Count Frequency Marker
Resolution 1 Hz to 1 kHz
Count Accuracy (marker freq × freq reference accuracy + 1 LSD 5 Hz)
Accuracy (S/N = 25 dB, RBW = 3 kHz,
1 kHz = SPAN = 200 MHz
Frequency Reference 2 × 10-6/year
Accuracy 1 × 10-5 (at 0 C to 50 C)
Frequency Span Range 1 kHz to 3.2 GHz, ZERO span Accuracy = 5%
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The Worlds Largest Distributor of New, Refurbished, and Second Hand Electronic Test and Measurement (T&M) Equipment.

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