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Analyzer captures power in time and statistical domains.

The 4500B Peak Power Analyzer captures, displays, and analyzes RF power in time and statistical domains. It can be used for pulsed RF applications such as radar, TDMA and GSM, pseudorandom or noise-like signals such as CDMA and WLAN, and modulated time-slotted signals such as GSM-EDGE and TD-SCDMA.

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An 8.4" TFT color LCD presents a view of up to two live RF channels, two live trigger channels, two stored memory channels, and one live math channel simultaneously. The analyzer also offers flexibility to customize the display.

Features include 100-ps time-base resolution; automatic peak-to-peak triggering; delay-by-time and delay-by-events triggering; text view of up to 15 time and power measurements per channel, envelope, persistence, and roll mode displays; and optional time-gated CCDF and PDF with log displays. From $17,825. Boonton Electronics, www.rsleads.com/508ee-193

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Title Annotation:Product Briefing
Publication:EE-Evaluation Engineering
Date:Aug 1, 2005
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