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DSA1030, DSA1030-TG3, DSA1030-PA and
DSA1030-PA-TG3 
High Performance Spectrum Analyzers

Compact, light weight spectrum analyzers with Digital IF Technology for reliable performance that is required by demanding RF applications.

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Features

  • All Digital IF design
  • 9 kHz to 3 GHz Frequency Range
  • -148 dBm Displayed Average Noise Level (DANL)
  • -88 dBc/Hz@10 kHz Oset Phase Noise
  • <1.0dB Total Amplitude Accuracy
  • 10 Hz Minimum Resolution Bandwidth (RBW)
  • Standard EMI filter and Quasi-peak detector function
  • 3GHz Tracking Generator (models with TG3 Descriptor)
  • With PreAmplifier (models with PA Descriptor)
  • Standard Advanced Measurement functions
  • Complete Connectivity: LAN,USB host,USB device,VGA ,GPIB (option) Battery Option
  • 8.5 Inch WVGA (800×480) Display
  • Compact Size,Light weight design
  • IIII [+] Read More
    • Distinguish the two nearby signals clearly with the 10Hz RBW
    • Readout the signal’s Phase Noise directly by using the standard Noise Marker function
    • Compare the spectrums with different color trace
    • The advanced Channel Power measurement function
    • The advanced Occupied Bandwidth measurement function
    • Readout the Spectrum Peak values with the Peak table function
    • Advanced Harmonic distortion measurement function
    • Quasi-Peak Detector & EMI Filter (Standard)

Applications

  • Measure spectral purity of multiplex signals
  • Modulation characteristics of fm and pulse-modulated signals
  • Percentage of modulation of AM signals
  • Interpret the displayed spectra of pulsed rf emitted from a radar transmitter.

Description

DSA1000 Series provides a series of automatic setting functions such as Auto Tune, Auto Range, Auto Scale and Auto Couple that enable the analyzer to acquire signals and match parameters automatically, instead of the manual process used by a traditional analyzer. In addition, the User and Factory settings under the Preset function enable users to quickly and easily recall previous measurement settings.
Stability and precision is the primary design goal of the DSA1000 Series. It started with an all digital IF core With the minimum 10Hz resolutionbandwidth, -88 dBc/Hz phase noise (typical) at 10 kHz offset, up to -148 dBm displayed average noise level (10 Hz RBW, standard preamplifier on) and less than 1.0 dB total amplitude error, the DSA1000 Series makes high precision measurements easier than ever whether the application calls for low noise or narrow resolution.
IIII [+] Read More (Benefits of Rigol’s all digital IF design)
  • The ability to measure smaller signals: on the basis of this technology, the IF fi lter enables smaller bandwidth settings, which greatly reduce the displayed average noise level.
  • The ability to distinguish between small signals by frequency: using the IF fi lter with the smallest bandwidth setting it is possible to make out signals with a frequency difference of only 10 Hz.
  • High precision amplitude readings: this technology almost eliminates the errors generated by fi lter switching, reference level uncertainty, scale distortion, as well as errors produced in the process of switching between logarithmic and linear display of amplitude when using a traditional analog IF design.
  • Higher reliability: compared with traditional analog designs, the digital IF greatly reduces the complexity of the hardware, the system instability caused by channel aging, and the temperature sensitivity that can contribute to parts failure.
  • High measurement speed: the use of digital IF technology improves the bandwidth precision and selectivity of the fi lter, minimizing the scanning time and improving the speed of the measurement
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  • Specifications
Model: DSA1000A  Spectrum Analyzers
Display: 8.5” TFT LCD, 800 * 480, 65536 colors
Frequency
Frequency: 9 kHz to 3 GHz
Frequency Resolution: Dual display, multiple parameters and state graph simultaneously
Internal Frequency Reference
Reference Frequency: 10 MHz
Aging Rate: <3 ppm/year
Temperature Drift: <3 ppm, 20 ℃ to 30 ℃
Frequency Readout Accuracy
Marker Resolution: span/(sweep points-1)
Marker Uncertainty: ± (frequency indication × frequency reference uncertainty +1% × span + 10% × resolution bandwidth + marker resolution)
Marker Frequency Counter
Resolution: 1 Hz, 10 Hz, 100 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz, 100 kHz
Uncertainty: ±(frequency indication × frequency reference uncertainty + counter resolution)
Note: Frequency Reference Uncertainty= (aging rate × period since adjustment + temperature drift).
Frequency Span
Range: 0 Hz, 100 Hz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty: ±span/(sweep points-1)
SSB Phase Noise
SSB Phase Noise:
Carrier Offset 10 kHz: <-80 dBc/Hz
Note: Typical fc = 500MHz, RBW≤1kHz, sample detector, and trace average ≥50.
Bandwidths
Resolution Bandwidth (-3dB): 10 Hz to 1 MHz, in 1-3-10 sequence
Bandwidth (-6dB): 200Hz, 9kHz, 120kHz, 1 MHz
RBW Uncertainty: <5%, nominal
Resolution Filter Shape Factor:
<5, nominal
(60dB: 3dB)
Video Bandwidth (-3dB): 1 Hz to 3 MHz, in 1-3-10 sequence
Amplitude
Measurement Range
Range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz*: DANL to +30 dBm
1 MHz to 10 MHz: DANL to +21 dBm
9 kHz to 1 MHz: DANL to +17 dBm
Note*: 2 GHz for DSA1020.
Maximum rated input level
Note: When input level >33 dBm, the protection switch will be on.
DC Voltage: 50 V
CW RF Power: 30 dBm (1 W ) (RF attenuation≥20 dB )
Max. Damage Level: 40 dBm (10 W )
1dB Gain Compression
Total Power at Input Mixer: >0 dBm
Note: Mixer power level (dBm) = input power (dBm) – input attenuation (dB).
Displayed Average Noise Level (DANL)
DANL (Preamplifier Off)
100 kHz to 10 MHz: <-75 dBm-3 x (f/1 MHz) dB, typical -115 dBm
10 MHz to 2.5 GHz: <-117 dBm+3 x (f/1 GHz) dB, typical -120 dBm
2.5 GHz to 3 GHz: <-105 dBm
DANL (Preamplifier ON)
100 kHz to 1 MHz: <-93 dBm
1 MHz to 10 MHz: <-93 dBm-3 x (f/1 MHz) dB, typical -133 dBm
10 MHz to 2.5 GHz: <-135 dBm+3 x (f/1 GHz) dB, typical -138 dBm
2.5 GHz to 3 GHz: <-123 dBm
Frequency Response
Frequency Response: Preamplifier Off , 100 kHz to 3 GHz: <1.0 dB
Preamplifier On , 1 MHz to 3 GHz: <1.4 dB
RBW Switching Uncertainty
  100 Hz to 1 MHz, relative to 1 kHz RBW
  <0.1 dB
RF Input VSWR
VSWR: 100 kHz to 10 MHz: <1.8, nominal
10 MHz to 2.5 GHz: <1.5, nominal
2.5 GHz to 3 GHz: <1.8, nominal
Input/Outputs
RF Input: 50 Ω, nominal, N female connector
TG Out: 50 Ω, nominal, N female connector
Probe Power-(voltage/Current): +15 V, <10% at 150 mA
-12.6 V, <10% at 150 mA
10 MHz REF In / 10 MHz REF Out / External Trigger In: BNC female, 5 V TTL level, nominal trigger voltage
USB: A Plug – host,
B Plug – USB Device
VGA: VGA compatible, 15-pin mini D-SUB
Tracking (for DSA1030-TG)
RF Input
Frequency Range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz , 9 kHz settable
Output Level: -20 dBm to 0 dBm, in 1 dB steps
Output Flatness:
(10 MHz to 3 GHz)
±3 dB
Sweep
Sweep Time Range: 100 Hz ≤Span ≤ 2 GHz: 10 ms to 2000 s
Span=0 Hz: 20 μs to 2000 s
Sweep Time Uncertainty: Non-zero Span (100 Hz ≤ Span ≤ 2 GHz): 5%, nominal
Zero Span (1 ms to 2000 s): 5%, nominal
Trigger Functions
Trigger Source: Free Run, Video, External
External Trigger Level: 5 V TTL level, nominal
Communications
LAN: 10/100 Base , RJ-45
IEC/IEEE Bus (GPIB):
(with opt. USB-GPIB)
IEEE 488.2
Specifications
Power Voltage: 100 V to 240 V, nominal, 45 Hz to 440 Hz
Power Consumption: Typical 35 W, Max 60 W with all options
Temperature Range: Operating: 5 ℃ to 40 ℃
Storage: -20 ℃ to 70 ℃
Storage: Flash Disk (internal), USB Disk (not supplied)
Data Storage Space 1G Bytes
Dimensions: 399 mm x 223 mm x 159 mm / (15.7 inches x 8.78 inches x 6.26 inches), approximate
Weight: Without battery pack: 6.2 kg (13.7 lbs) , approximate;
With battery pack: 7.4 kg (16.3 lbs) , approximate