Multi-Channel Quadrature Spectrum Analyzers

GAO Tek multi-channel spectrum Analyzers are advanced instruments designed to simultaneously analyze multiple frequency bands or channels. This capability offers several advantages in various applications, making them valuable tools for professionals in different fields. key features and benefits of a multi-channel spectrum analyzer include: efficient frequency monitoring, parallel signal analysis, optimized resource utilization, simultaneous measurement of multiple signals, increased throughput, enhanced spectrum utilization, wide-area coverage, ideal for cognitive radio and dynamic spectrum access, applications in wireless communication, and real-time analysis.
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GAOTek 9 KHz To 3.6 GHz Spectrum Analyzers

SKU: GAOTek-SA-112
This Spectrum Analyzers has a frequency range of 9 KHz to 3.6 GHz, 8.4 in wide screen with high resolution, and 5 Hz min bandwidth resolution.

GAOTek Portable Spectrum Rider 5 kHz to 44 GHz FPH Handheld Spectrum Analyzer

GAOTek portable spectrum rider 5 khz to 44 ghz fph handheld spectrum analyzer has to performance, portability, and price, this product offers German engineered performance and ergonomic design at an affordable price.

GAOTek Spectrum Analyzer (9 kHz ~1.5 GHz, Phase Noise -85 dBc/Hz@10 kHz,DANL -150 dBm)

This Spectrum Analyzer (9 kHz ~1.5 GHz, Phase Noise -85 dBc/Hz@10 kHz, DANL -150 dBm) is a test equipment designed to examine the frequency spectrum of radio frequency with -150 dBm displayed average noise level.

GAOTek Spectrum Analyzer with Wide Frequency Range (High Accuracy)

This spectrum analyzer offers greater accuracy compared to existing portable spectrum analyzers, featuring a resolution bandwidth smaller than 500kHz.

GAOTek Portable High Performance Spectrum Analyzer

SKU: A0070007tek
This handheld, lightweight Spectrum Analyzer is designed to locate, analyse and map the signal interference and is very useful for wireless communication field engineers to characterize the signal environment.