R&S®FSUP Signal Source Analyzer

Phase noise tester, high-end spectrum and signal analyzer in a single box

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Easy setting of test setup in configuration menu with display of recommended measurement range.
Easy setting of test setup in configuration menu with display of recommended measurement range.
Measurement carried out on two identical oscillators. The final result is corrected by 3 dB.
Measurement carried out on two identical oscillators. The final result is corrected by 3 dB.
Listing of all important parameters for a stable phase noise measurement using the phase detector method.
Listing of all important parameters for a stable phase noise measurement using the phase detector method.
Typical phase noise measurement with the phase detector method: Signal frequency, level and residual FM/φM are displayed.
Typical phase noise measurement with the phase detector method: Signal frequency, level and residual FM/φM are displayed.
Phase noise values of an oscillator at different offset frequencies as a function of tuning voltage.
Phase noise values of an oscillator at different offset frequencies as a function of tuning voltage.
Typical test setup for residual noise measurements. Through a 90° phase shift of the paths, inherent generator noise is eliminated, leaving only the noise caused by the DUT.
Typical test setup for residual noise measurements. Through a 90° phase shift of the paths, inherent generator noise is eliminated, leaving only the noise caused by the DUT.
Cross-correlation: Two identical receiver paths minimize the influence of the internal reference. The additional microwave frequency converter enables measurements up to 50 GHz.
Cross-correlation: Two identical receiver paths minimize the influence of the internal reference. The additional microwave frequency converter enables measurements up to 50 GHz.
Improvement of phase noise sensitivity by means of cross-correlation. Measurement of the phase noise of a signal source at 25.8 GHz without cross-correlation (green trace) and with cross-correlation, 100 (violet) and 1000 (yellow) averages.
Improvement of phase noise sensitivity by means of cross-correlation. Measurement of the phase noise of a signal source at 25.8 GHz without cross-correlation (green trace) and with cross-correlation, 100 (violet) and 1000 (yellow) averages.
A phase noise measurement using the spectrum analyzer. The blue trace shows the measurement result up to an offset frequency of 1 GHz. The inherent noise (green trace) is subtracted from the measured signal (yellow trace).
A phase noise measurement using the spectrum analyzer. The blue trace shows the measurement result up to an offset frequency of 1 GHz. The inherent noise (green trace) is subtracted from the measured signal (yellow trace).
Measurement of the adjacent channel power of a 3GPP base station signal.
Measurement of the adjacent channel power of a 3GPP base station signal.
Transient response of a generator.
Transient response of a generator.
Menu for setting the DC ports for signal source analysis and additional port for negative supply voltage.
Menu for setting the DC ports for signal source analysis and additional port for negative supply voltage.
VCO tuning characteristic: The result shows the settable frequency range and the tuning slope of the oscillator.
VCO tuning characteristic: The result shows the settable frequency range and the tuning slope of the oscillator.
Constellation diagram of an EDGE signal, analyzed with the R&S®FSQ-K70 vector signal analysis option.
Constellation diagram of an EDGE signal, analyzed with the R&S®FSQ-K70 vector signal analysis option.
Measuring the modulation spectrum of an EDGE burst.
Measuring the modulation spectrum of an EDGE burst.
WCDMA code domain power measurement by means of the R&S®FSUP and R&S®FS-K72/R&S®FS-K74 (HSDPA).
WCDMA code domain power measurement by means of the R&S®FSUP and R&S®FS-K72/R&S®FS-K74 (HSDPA).
Demodulation of an AM-modulated signal: Power, modulation depth and frequency are displayed. An AF spectrum can also be calculated, which displays the SINAD and THD results.
Demodulation of an AM-modulated signal: Power, modulation depth and frequency are displayed. An AF spectrum can also be calculated, which displays the SINAD and THD results.
Easy setting of test setup in configuration menu with display of recommended measurement range. Measurement carried out on two identical oscillators. The final result is corrected by 3 dB. Listing of all important parameters for a stable phase noise measurement using the phase detector method. Typical phase noise measurement with the phase detector method: Signal frequency, level and residual FM/φM are displayed. Phase noise values of an oscillator at different offset frequencies as a function of tuning voltage. Typical test setup for residual noise measurements. Through a 90° phase shift of the paths, inherent generator noise is eliminated, leaving only the noise caused by the DUT. Cross-correlation: Two identical receiver paths minimize the influence of the internal reference. The additional microwave frequency converter enables measurements up to 50 GHz. Improvement of phase noise sensitivity by means of cross-correlation. Measurement of the phase noise of a signal source at 25.8 GHz without cross-correlation (green trace) and with cross-correlation, 100 (violet) and 1000 (yellow) averages. A phase noise measurement using the spectrum analyzer. The blue trace shows the measurement result up to an offset frequency of 1 GHz. The inherent noise (green trace) is subtracted from the measured signal (yellow trace). Measurement of the adjacent channel power of a 3GPP base station signal. Transient response of a generator. Menu for setting the DC ports for signal source analysis and additional port for negative supply voltage. VCO tuning characteristic: The result shows the settable frequency range and the tuning slope of the oscillator. Constellation diagram of an EDGE signal, analyzed with the R&S®FSQ-K70 vector signal analysis option. Measuring the modulation spectrum of an EDGE burst. WCDMA code domain power measurement by means of the R&S®FSUP and R&S®FS-K72/R&S®FS-K74 (HSDPA). Demodulation of an AM-modulated signal: Power, modulation depth and frequency are displayed. An AF spectrum can also be calculated, which displays the SINAD and THD results.

Key Facts

  • Frequency range up to 8 GHz, 26.5 GHz or 50 GHz (up to 110 GHz with external mixers)
  • Maximum dynamic range through cross-correlation

Brief Description

The R&S®FSUP is a highly flexible phase noise tester with versatile measurement capabilities that combines the scope of functions of a high-end signal and spectrum analyzer with the benefits of a phase-noise-only tester.

Features & Benefits

  • Highly flexible phase noise tester with versatile measurement capabilities
  • Maximum dynamic range through cross-correlation
  • Unique combination of phase noise tester and spectrum analyzer

Specifications

Models Frequency range
R&S®FSUP8 10 MHz to 8 GHz
R&S®FSUP26 10 MHz to 26.5 GHz
R&S®FSUP50 10 MHz to 50 GHz

Supported Technologies

  • GSM and EDGE
  • WCDMA-QPSK
  • CDMA2000®-QPSK
  • Bluetooth®

Key Facts

  • Frequency range up to 8 GHz, 26.5 GHz or 50 GHz (up to 110 GHz with external mixers)
  • Maximum dynamic range through cross-correlation
  • Analysis of settling in time domain
  • Oscillator characterization
  • Detection, suppression and listing of interference
  • Maximum flexibility for phase noise measurements
  • Low-noise source for supply and tuning voltages
  • Analysis of signals with digital and analog modulation

Brief Description

The R&S®FSUP is a highly flexible phase noise tester with versatile measurement capabilities that combines the scope of functions of a high-end signal and spectrum analyzer with the benefits of a phase-noise-only tester.

Features & Benefits

  • Highly flexible phase noise tester with versatile measurement capabilities
    • Phase detector method with internal/external reference
    • Two-DUT method
    • High sensitivity
    • Automatic setting of all important parameters
    • Easy operation
    • Detection, suppression and listing of interference
    • Measurement of reference points as a function of frequency
    • Measurement of residual phase noise
    • AM noise
  • Maximum dynamic range through cross-correlation
    • Sensitivity improved by up to 20 dB
    • Cross-correlation up to 50 GHz in a single box
  • Unique combination of phase noise tester and spectrum analyzer
    • Measurement of phase noise using the spectrum analyzer method
    • Typical spectrum measurements such as ACP or interference search
    • Measurement of noise figure using the R&S®FSUP
  • Analysis in the time domain
    • Transient response of oscillators
  • Characteristics at the push of a button
    • Low-noise voltage source for supply and tuning voltages
    • Complete characterization of oscillators
  • Analysis of digital and analog modulated signals
    • General vector signal analysis of digitally modulated signals
    • Special analysis options for digital communications standards
    • Analysis of analog modulated signals (AM/FM/φM)

Specifications

Condensed Data
Operating modes signal source analyzer 1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
  spectrum analyzer 20 Hz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
Signal source analyzer
Phase noise measurement with spectrum analyzer 10 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
  with phase comparator 1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
  internal reference 1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
  external reference 1 MHz to 8 GHz
  with phase comparator and cross-correlation 1 MHz to 8/26 GHz/50 GHz
  max. frequency offset 30 MHz
Residual noise with phase comparator 1 MHz to 8 GHz  (with internal phase detector)
AM noise   specified frequency range of AM diode detector
Sensitivity
Sensitivity with internal reference and internal phase detector
Input level >+10 dBm, spurious and harmonics <–30 dBc, mode "averaged", +20 °C to +30 °C. LNA gain 40 dB, loop bandwidth ≤10 × frequency offset, max. 1 kHz. With the R&S®FSUP-B60 low phase noise option and the R&S®FSUP-B61 correlation extension option.
Typical values
Frequency offset Input frequency, values in dBc (1 Hz) R&S®FSUP8/26/50 R&S®FSUP26/50 R&S®FSUP50
  5 MHz 10 MHz 100 MHz 1 GHz 3 GHz 7 GHz 10 GHz 20 GHz 40 GHz
1 Hz -114 -116 -87 -75 -62 -55 -52 -48 -42
10 Hz -136 -135 -110 -91 -87 -80 -77 -71 -65
100 Hz -143 -146 -134 -115 -106 -97 -95 -89 -83
1 kHz -157 -161 -160 -134 -123 -118 -116 -112 -106
10 kHz -165 -168 -168 -143 -131 -129 -126 -120 -114
100 kHz -171 -170 -176 -158 -139 -140 -138 -132 -126
1 MHz - -175 -177 -165 -160 -155 -150 -146 -140
10 MHz - - -179 -172 -170 -170 -167 -161 -155
30 MHz - - -179 -172 -170 -170 -170 -165 -159
VCO parameter characterization
Measurement parameters VCO tuning characteristic, VCO tuning slope,
power, pushing ON/OFF, harmonics measurement,
VCO DC characteristic, summary
Frequency range R&S®FSUP8 10 MHz to 8 GHz
  R&S®FSUP26 10 MHz to 26.5 GHz
  R&S®FSUP50 10 MHz to 50 GHz
Power supplies tuning ports 2
  DC ports 2
  additional ports 1

Supported Technologies

  • Supported wireless communications standards
    • GSM and EDGE
    • WCDMA-QPSK
    • CDMA2000®-QPSK
    • Bluetooth®
    • TETRA
    • PDC
    • PHS
    • DECT
    • NADC
Easy setting of test setup in configuration menu with display of recommended measurement range.
Measurement carried out on two identical oscillators. The final result is corrected by 3 dB.
Listing of all important parameters for a stable phase noise measurement using the phase detector method.
Typical phase noise measurement with the phase detector method: Signal frequency, level and residual FM/φM are displayed.
Phase noise values of an oscillator at different offset frequencies as a function of tuning voltage.
Typical test setup for residual noise measurements. Through a 90° phase shift of the paths, inherent generator noise is eliminated, leaving only the noise caused by the DUT.
Cross-correlation: Two identical receiver paths minimize the influence of the internal reference. The additional microwave frequency converter enables measurements up to 50 GHz.
Improvement of phase noise sensitivity by means of cross-correlation. Measurement of the phase noise of a signal source at 25.8 GHz without cross-correlation (green trace) and with cross-correlation, 100 (violet) and 1000 (yellow) averages.
A phase noise measurement using the spectrum analyzer. The blue trace shows the measurement result up to an offset frequency of 1 GHz. The inherent noise (green trace) is subtracted from the measured signal (yellow trace).
Measurement of the adjacent channel power of a 3GPP base station signal.
Transient response of a generator.
Menu for setting the DC ports for signal source analysis and additional port for negative supply voltage.
VCO tuning characteristic: The result shows the settable frequency range and the tuning slope of the oscillator.
Constellation diagram of an EDGE signal, analyzed with the R&S®FSQ-K70 vector signal analysis option.
Measuring the modulation spectrum of an EDGE burst.
WCDMA code domain power measurement by means of the R&S®FSUP and R&S®FS-K72/R&S®FS-K74 (HSDPA).
Demodulation of an AM-modulated signal: Power, modulation depth and frequency are displayed. An AF spectrum can also be calculated, which displays the SINAD and THD results.
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