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Item # 255648 Title: ITC Instruments SA 1800C Spectrum Analyzer Manufacturer: ITC Instruments Model: SA 1800C Description: Spectrum Analyzer Quantity: 1 Item Location: NC Warehouse Over... view more
We acquired the unit in a state surplus sale. Comes as pictured. No other accessories. Sold as is with no return rights. Inventory ID: WHR14B, MEB, 092222, BAE PAYMENT You can instantly... view more
We acquired the unit in a state surplus sale. We don’t know the prior usage history. Comes as pictured. No other accessories. Sold as is with no return rights. Inventory ID: WHR11C, MEB,... view more
Product Functionality Technician Notes: USED but in Very Good Condition AGILENT HP (HIGH PERFORMANCE) OPTICAL SPECTRUM ANALYZER (ANALYZER UNIT ONLY) MODEL: 86142B ... view more
This system is new in the box and has never been used. It is from a military excess inventory. Included in the box is the system with power supply, battery, usb cable, earphone, soft carrying case,... view more
Spectrum analyzers are electronic test instruments used to measure the frequency spectrum of an electrical signal. They are used in a variety of applications, including telecommunications, audio engineering, and RF engineering. Spectrum analyzers measure the magnitude of an input signal versus frequency within the full frequency range of the instrument.
Spectrum analyzers are used to measure the frequency of a signal, its power, and its spectral purity. They are also used to detect and measure interference, to determine the modulation characteristics of a signal, and to measure the noise level of a system. Spectrum analyzers are used in a variety of industries, including telecommunications, aerospace, automotive, and medical.
The price range for a spectrum analyzer depends on the type of instrument, the features, and the manufacturer. Prices range from a few hundred dollars for a basic model to several thousand dollars for a high-end model. Popular manufacturers of spectrum analyzers include Anritsu, Rohde & Schwarz, Tektronix, and Keysight Technologies.