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Advantest Corporation R3131 Spectrum analyzer
Advantest Corporation
Model: R3131
Date: 1997
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Spectrum analyzer
                                    The R3131 Series is a spectrum analyzer that provides the
user with highly stable spectrum analysis using
the synthesized local method.
The key features o f the R3131 Series spectrum analyzer are
listed below.
(1) Frequency Range: 9kHz to 3GHz,
Frequency span: Zero, 50kHz to 3GHz.
Frequency span settable range: Zero, 10kHz to 3 GHz (R3131A
(2) Frequency counter function with a resolution of 1Hz.
(3) A power measurement function useful for evaluating radio
instruments using measurements such as
occupied bandwidth (OBW), adjacent channel power (ACP),
channel power, etc.
(4) An auto tuning function that searches for a signal with
the maximum input level.
(5) Save and recall functions which you can use to store
measurement conditions and data in TEXT format.
(6) A 3.5-inch floppy disk drive which you can use to save
screen images in BMP format.
(7) Support for ESC/P, ESC/P-R and PCL compatible printers.
(8) Remote control capabilities which allow you to setup an
automatic measurement system. This
remote control function complies with GPIB and RS-232

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Advantest Corporation -- R3131 -- User Manual
File name: Advantest-5732-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 278
Size: 4.12 Mbytes (4324995 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: First Printing
Manual-ID/Number: FOE-8311227G00
Date: 1997
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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This manual provides the information necessary to check
functionality, operate and program the R3131 Series
Spectrum Analyzer. Be sure to read this manual carefully in
order to use the spectrum analyzer safely.
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