Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced two new RF analyzers – the new AIM-TTi Series 5 Models – available in 3.6GHz and 6.0GHz versions. They maintain a true handheld format while offering bench-top instrument-quality features. The PSA3605 and PSA6005 weigh just 560 grams and are small enough to fit comfortably into the hand and provide more than 3 hours of operation from each charge of the built-in lithium-ion battery.
Despite their compact dimensions, these analyzers incorporate a large high resolution color TFT display with touch screen control. The Series 5 is all-digital from the second IF onwards. This enables it to offer a full range of RBW/VBW (resolution bandwidths/video bandwidth) settings, multiple detector modes, and advanced features such as waveform demodulation and automatic measurements. The large 4.3″ TFT color touch-screen provides a high resolution display, and an intuitive menu system that makes set-up fast and easy.
The PSA Series 5 is physically similar to the highly successful PSA Series II, with a case that includes rubberized buffers for shock protection and a built-in screen protector for field use. It employs the same advanced filing system with USB interfaces for external flash drives and direct PC connection, and its digital processing features provide it with a full range of resolution bandwidths from 300Hz up to 3MHz (1-3-10 sequence) and multiple detector modes. Signal demodulation for AM and FM extends to a time-domain display in addition to audio demodulation. Advanced functions inherited from the Series II include data logging for up to 25,000 results per file, and complex limit lines and patterns combined with a limits comparator.
The PSA Series 5 offers RF service engineers and wireless product technicians a cost-effective and highly portable tool, placing a spectrum analyzer in areas that are difficult to access with bench top instruments. Bench-bound engineers will appreciate the low cost of PSA Series 5 RF Spectrum Analyzers, enabling them to justify the purchase of an RF spectrum analyzer for a wide range of tasks, while wireless audio technicians will benefit from instant displays of free audio WiFi channels or problematic interference. The compact, handheld PSA Series 5 RF Spectrum Analyzers weigh only 560 grams (20oz) and are just 9.2cm (3.6″) wide, making them suitable for any portable RF service kit.
Made by one of Europe’s leading test equipment manufacturers AIM-TTi, the PSA Series 5 offers exceptional value for the money and is available now from their USA distributor Saelig Company, Inc. Fairport, NY. For detailed specifications, free technical assistance, or additional information, please contact Saelig at 1-888-7SAELIG, via email: email@example.com, or visit www.saelig.com.