noise analyzer

noise analyzer

[′nȯiz ‚an·ə‚līz·ər]
(electronics)
A device used for noise analysis.
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At the exhibition, the low phase noise performance of the R&S SMA100B is measured with the R&S FSWP50 high-end phase noise analyzer.
Rohde & Schwarz will be on-hand at DesignCon to feature their latest VNA, phase noise analyzer, and oscilloscope solutions for signal integrity measurements.
The setup included a phase noise analyzer (PNA) to capture the phase noise of the device under test (DUT).
Bruel & Kjaer mediator 2260 noise analyzer may be used to measure effective noise level, described by A, B or C characteristics or in separate octaves, which are distinguished by standardized filters.
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Also on display was its 1 to 40 GHz Microwave Downconverter that plugs into any Aeroflex PN9000 Phase Noise Analyzer or PN9500 Wideband Jitter and Phase Noise Analyzer.
It is said to allow phase noise measurements up to 200MHz offset and will plug into any Aeroflex PN500 Wideband Jitter and Phase Noise Analyzer or PN9000 Phase Noise Analyzer.
The R&S FSWP phase noise analyzer and VCO tester offers high sensitivity and measurement speed for phase-noise tests on pulsed sources.
The standard industry method of measuring phase noise is by the use of HP 3048A Phase Noise Analyzer. Depending upon the noise level, either PLL (Figure 5) or discriminator method (Figure 6) should be used.