BK Precision 2658 Analizador de espectro
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Modelo:
2658
Fecha:
2007
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Descripción:
Handheld Spectrum Analyzer
Información
Product outlines 2650.2652/2658 2650/2652 2658/is an authentic spectrum Analyzer providing performance and functions that are comparable to those of large-size bench type equipment, in a compact, lightweight and inexpensive model. 1) Compact and lightweight, 1.8 kg(2650/2652/2658) The external dimensions are as small as (WxHxD) 6.4x2.8x10.2” (162x70x260mm), and the weight is only 3.7lb(1.8 kg) including the battery. It is very convenient for outdoor use and while on business trips. 2)Measuring frequency bandwidth 50kHz to 3.3GHz(2650/2652)/50kHz to 8.5GHz(2658, This bandwidth covers those of W-CDMA, CDMA, PDC, PHS, GSM, wireless LAN, Bluetooth, etc. 3) Operation with battery for 110 minutes When battery BP 2650 is fully charged, 2650.2652 2658/works for about 110 minutes (with the back light turned off). It is extremely convenient for outdoor use and for use in the survey of wireless LAN installation environment. 4) Performance that is comparable to that of large-size bench type equipment 2650/2652 2658/guarantees a highly stable frequency axis by PLL Synthesizer system. The center frequency setup resolution is 100kHz. Furthermore, the mean noise level is -110dBm or less. Thus, a broad dynamic range is secured and the reference level can be set in 1 dB steps. 5) Abundant functions • Measuring functions - Channel power measurement, Adjacent channel leakage power measurement, Occupied frequency bandwidth measurement, Electric field strength measurement, Magnetic field strength measurement (optional), Frequency Counter (factory option). • Electric field strength measurement: Optimum for measurement of cellular phone and wireless LAN working environment. • Magnetic field strength measurement: Optimum for EMI design of printed circuit boards and for evaluation of signal quality. • Calculation functions- MAX HOLD, MIN HOLD, AVERAGE, OVER WRITE • Marker & peak search • Save/load 6) Auto tuning The center frequency is set at the spectrum of the maximum level in the 3.3GHz(2650/2652) /8.5GHz(2658, band, and in addition, optimum reference level, resolution bandwidth, video bandwidth and sweep time are set when the AUTO TUNE key is pressed. This function is very convenient for measurement of an unknown signal. 7) Auto range motion The resolution bandwidth, video bandwidth and sweep time are set automatically based on the set frequency span. It is also possible to set auto range motion only one out of resolution bandwidth, video bandwidth and sweep time. 8) Hard copy of the image Connect a printer (optional) and press the [PRINT] key on 2650/2652/2658. The image on the screen is printed as it is. 9) High resolution display on the PC screen The trace is displayed at high resolution, 1001 points in the horizontal axis, on the PC screen when “PC Software AK 2650” (optional) is used.

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Manual del usuario
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Manual del usuario
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76
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1.19 Mbytes (1244935 Bytes)
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english
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Manuel-ID:
OM-040055EB
Fecha:
01 enero 2007
Formato:
Documento Scaned, todo legible.
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25 enero 2017
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Información
1. Outline ... 1 1. 1 Product outlines ... 1 1.2 Standard Accessories ... 2 1.3 Optical Accessories ... 2 2. Specifications ... 3 2.1 Performances ... 3 2.2 Outline ... 6 3. Description of Panel ... 7 4. Description of Screen ... 10 5. Function Key Menu ... 11 5.1 List of the function key menus ... 11 5.2 Menu tree ... 12 6. Preparing for Operation ... 17 6.1 Stand ... 17 6.2 Connection to Power supply ... 17 6.3 Replacing the fuse ... 18 6.4 Installing the battery ... 18 6.5 Soft carrying case ... 18 7. Center F requency <FREQ> ... 19 7.1 Setting with the step keys ... 19 7.2 Setting with the encoder ... 19 7.3 Setting with the numeric keys ... 19 7.4 According to the marker position ... 20 8. Frequency Span <SPAN> ... 20 9. Reference Level <REFER> ... 21 9.1 Setting the reference level ... 22 9.2 Switching units of amplitude axis ... 22 9.3 Reference level setting range for each unit ... 22 9.4 Relation between the reference level and ATTAMP ... 23 9.5 Setting the offset level ... 23 9.6 Setting the input impedance correction ... 24 10. Display Scale <SCALE> ... 24 10.1 Setting with the keys ... 24 10.2 Setting with the encoder ... 24 11. Resolution Bandwidth <RBW> ... 25 11.1 MANUAL mode ... 25 11.2 AUTO mode ... 25 11.3 ALL AUTO mode ... 25 12. Video Bandwidth <VBW> ... 25 12.1 MANUAL mode ... 26 12.2 AUTO mode ... 26 12.3 ALL AUTO mode ... 26 13. Sweep Axis • Detection mode <SWEEP> ... 26 13.1 MANUAL mode ... 26 13.2 AUTO mode ... 26 13.3 ALL AUTO mode ... 27 13.4 Setting the detection mode ... 27 14. AUTO Tuning <AUTO TUNE> ... 27 15. Hold/Run <HOLD/RUN> ... 27 16. Calculation Function <CALC> ... 27 16.1 NORM mode ... 28 16.2 MAX HOLD mode ... 28 16.3 MIN HOLD mode ... 28 16.4 AVERAGE mode ... 28 16.5 OVER WRITE mode ... 29 16.6 SPURIOUS FREE mode ... 29 17. Marker • Peak Search <MKR> ... 30 17.1 Moving the marker ... 31 17.2 Setting the peak search <PEAK SEARCH> ... 31 17.3 Changing the unit of marker point ... 31 18. Save/Load <SAVE/LOAD> ... 32 18.1 Save/Load (2650/2652) ... 32 18.2 Save/Load (2658, ... 34 19. Measuring Function <MEAS> ... 36 19.1 Channel power measurement <Ch Power> ... 37 19.2 Adjacent channel leakage power measurement <Adj Ch Pw> ... 38 19.3 Occupied frequency bandwidth measurement <Occ Bw> ... 3 9 19.4 Electric field strength measurement <E/F ANT> ... 40 19.5 Magnetic field strength measurement <M/F PROBE> (optional) ... 45 19.6 Frequency Counter <Freq COUNT> (factory option) ... 47 20. Screen Control <DSPL> ... 52 20.1 Adjusting the contrast ... 52 20.2 Switching ON and OFF the LCD backlight ... 52 20.3 Adjusting the brightness of the LCD backlight ... 52 20.4 Inverting the display ... 52 20.5 Enable or disabling the beep ... 52 21. Tracking Generator Mode ... 53 21.1 Specification only for T.G function ... 53 21.2 Description of I/O connector ... 53 21.3 Switching ON and OFF the T.G function ... 54 21.4 Normalizing of wave form ... 54 22. Printing <PRINT> (optional) ... 55 22. 1 Hard copy of the screen ... 55 23. Data Output <RS232C> ... 56 23.1 Selecting the trace to transfer ... 56 23.2 Selecting the communication speed (baud rate) ... 56 23.3 Transfer the data ... 56 24. RS-232C Interface ... 58 24.1 RS-232C specifications ... 58 24.2 How to connect ... 58 24. 3 Command description ... 5 9 24.4 Input the frequency ... 64 24.5 Writing of original compensation data ... 64 24.6 Sample Programs ... 66 25. PC Software (optional) ... 67 26. Basis Performance Test ... 67 26.1 Frequency characteristics ... 68 26.2 Accuracy of reference level ... 69 26.3 The display accuracy of the center frequency ... 69 26.4 The display accuracy of the frequency span ... 70 26.5 Linearity of the amplitude axis ... 70

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Documento electrónico, sin análisis, muy bien legible.
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