GW Instek GW-GSP-9330
9 kHz - 3.25 GHz, EMC pre-testing, modulation signal analysis and processing
Features of the spectrum analyser GSP-9330
- Frequency range: 9kHz ~ 3.25GHz
- 0.025ppm frequency stability and 1ppm aging rate
- RBW: 1Hz ~ 1MHz (3dB), 6dB EMI filter: 200Hz, 9kHz, 120kHz, 1MHz
- Fastest sweep time: 204us
- Sensitivity: -149 dBm/Hz
- Built-in: Pre-amplifier, 50dB attenuator, and sequence function
- Installed: EMC pretest function, quasi-peak/average EMI detection mode
- Built-in: 2FSK analysis, AM/FM/ASK/FSK demodulation & analysis
- Built in: P1dB point, Harmonic, CHPW, OCBW, ACPR, SEM, TOI, CNR, CTB, CSO, N-dB bandwidth, Noise Marker, Frequency Counter, TDP, Gated Sweep
- Built-in: spectrogram, topography and split-window display modes
- EMI measurement software (PC): SpectrumShot
- Standard interfaces for remote control: LAN, USB, RS-232
- Options: Tracking generator, GPIB interfaces, battery pack
The GSP-9330 spectrum analyser
The new GSP-9330 Spectrum Analyser is suitable for EMI testing at 3.25 GHz. It offers the fastest sweep speed at 204 us and functions for signal demodulation and analysis. This allows the user to easily investigate modulated signals. In addition to analogue AM/FM demodulation and analysis functions, the GSP-9330 also offers digital signal ASK/FSK and 2FSK demodulation and analysis functions. Today, EMC considerations are fundamental to the product development process, so the GSP-9330 has built-in EMC pre-test solutions to assist with EMC qualification. The GSP-9330's easy-to-use EMC pretest procedures greatly facilitate product familiarisation.
Speed is of particular importance when measuring signals. Perhaps it is the most important specification to consider. The GSP-9330 offers sweep times up to 204 us. This allows transient signals to be easily recorded in various applications e.g. tyre pressure monitors (TPMS), frequency/amplitude modulation, Bluetooth frequency hopping or interference on signals in the ISM band.
The key to handling modulated signals is fast sweep time and demodulation functions. The GSP-9330 is capable of analogue AM/FM demodulation and analysis functions and digital ASK/FSK demodulation. Signals of the widely used 2FSK modulation in the context of low power consumption can also be tested and analysed with the GSP-9330.
The GSP-9330 meets customer requirements for EMC pretest in the product development and product control phases. Users can identify and eliminate problems early in the development process, saving time and money on product verification. As a result, the time-to-market of the product can be accelerated. To this end, the GSP-9330 has built-in EMI-related functions such as 200/9 k/120 k/1 MHz filters, 20 dB low-noise amplifiers and quasi-peak/averaging detection for performing radiation tests and leakage tests using the probe set. The GKT-008, which includes a complete set of near-field probes, makes it easy to perform complex measurement procedures and simulate the 3m/10m far-field tests of test laboratories in advance. Using GKT-008 probes can speed up troubleshooting time and avoid repetitive costly testing in the test laboratory. GKT-008, in conjunction with the Tracking Generator option of the GSP-9330, allows EMS pre-tests to be carried out. For conducting derivative tests, GKT-008 can be connected to LISN and isolated transformers. If larger voltage peaks are expected on the test ring, the use of a limiter can protect the measuring equipment.
Optional accessories for the spectrum analyser GSP-9330
- Opt. 01: Tracking Generator
- Opt. 02: Battery test
- Opt. 03: GPIB interface
- GSC-009: Soft carrying case
- GRA-415: Rack adapter plate
Scope of delivery of the spectrum analyser GSP-9330
- Quick Start Guide
- Power cord
- Calibration certificate
Founded in 1975, Good Will Instrument Co., Ltd was the first professional manufacturer in Taiwan specializing in electrical test & measurement instruments. GW Instek began as a manufacturer of power supplies and quickly expanded into the development of high precision electronic test and measurement instruments.
After decades of experience in the test and measurement industry, GW Instek has grown to become one of the important manufacturers and developers of test and measurement instruments worldwide. Today GW Instek has more than 300 product items, ranging from oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, signal sources, basic test & measurement instruments to video surveillance systems. GW Instek has also seen its present growth internationally. With headquarters located in Taipei, Taiwan, GW Instek has subsidiaries in mainland China, America, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Europe, and India; its products are sold to more than 80 countries worldwide.
With a strong focus on high quality, economical measurement solutions for the educational and industrial manufacturing markets, Good Will Instrument has developed a solid brand image and reputation for reliability, integrity and innovation. From its inception, GW Instek has dedicated itself to becoming a professional electronic test and measurement designer and manufacturer, resulting in a number of national awards and the trust of customers world-wide; In 1993 Good Will Instrument became ISO 9002 accredited and the following year won the Highest Honor of National Outstanding SMEs (small and medium enterprises) Award from the Taiwanese Ministry of Economic Affairs. In 2000, Good Will Instrument went public on the Taiwan Stock Exchange.
GW Instek has been a byword for quality electronic test & measurement instruments due to its decades of experience in R&D, marketing and manufacturing. GW Instek's reputation has been built upon the philosophy of integrity, quality, and creativity as well as the accumulation of years of experience. Focusing on the improvement of R&D, manufacturing and marketing competitiveness, GW Instek will continue to be one of the most reliable, trusted brands creating the highest value for customers.