A NEW DIGITAL ELECTROMAGNETIC-INTERFERENCE (EMI) receiver/analyzer features a measurement range of 10 Hz to 3 GHz for labs with smaller test chambers, gigahertz-transverse-electromagnetic (GTEM) cells, or those doing on-site work. The PMM 9010/30P fully complies with CISPR 16-1-1 requirements in the 9-kHz-to-30-MHz measurement range. When paired with a PMM extension receiver module, it becomes fully CISPR-compliant and measures to 6 GHz. The PMM 9010/30P's Smart Measure feature, which was developed by Narda, significantly speeds the click test. As peaks that exceed the preset thresholds are found, they are immediately measured with the slower detectors before stepping to the next frequency. The unit can be configured as a single- or four-channel click-analyzer module. The RF front end is self-calibrated by a high-stability internal RF signal generator. Providing 60 to 90 dB V in 0.1-dB steps, the signal generator can work in tracking mode to 30 MHz. This feature enables the PMM 9010/30P to be used as a scalar network analyzer for characterizing components, antennas, and filters. It also can perform spectrum-analyzer functions with a scan speed of less than 100 ms for full-span 9 kHz to 30 MHz at an IF resolution of 300 kHz. P&A: The PMM 9010/30P starts at $24,100; 12 to 16 weeks ARO.

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