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Handheld spectrum analyzer boasts frequency coverage up to 43 GHz

8/20/2010 05:24 PM EDT
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DrFPGA
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re: Handheld spectrum analyzer boasts frequency coverage up to 43 GHz
DrFPGA   8/31/2010 10:06:18 PM
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Hey- another interesting feature. The measurement set-up and measured data can be saved to a secure external USB with NO data stored internally. This can be a useful feature for new product field trials and work outside of secure environments. I had not noticed this feature in similar instuments. Did I just overlook it previously?

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wilber_xbox   8/26/2010 7:16:39 PM
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I was looking for a spectrum analyzer for my application and i could find an analyzer which have a frequency range from 1Hz-30Mhz [i know nowhere near 43Ghz but this is good enough range for my application] with a price tag of below 1000 Euros from Aaronia. The company claims that this price is a breakthrough in the field of spectrum analyzers. Now when i compare their price of the spectrum analyzer with that of the one that is described here, i wonder whether their claim is justified!

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