Tests showing the balance between frequency resolution and time. The local oscillator provides a "scan" of the frequency into the mixer, and each scan in the mixer output provides a different frequency and its corresponding value. The resolution filter is set in a user-optional frequency range, known as the resolution bandwidth (RBW). The narrower the filter bandwidth, the higher the resolution of the measuring instrument and the better the noise elimination of the instrument. The RBW filter is followed by a detector to measure the instantaneous frequency power of each frequency value. Because this method can provide a high dynamic range, its main advantage is that it can calculate the amplitude value of a frequency point at a point in time.
If the RBW filter is designed to be too narrow, it will take longer to complete a scan of the RF input, and some changes in the input RF signal will not be detected. Scanning in a frequency domain or several passbands will take a considerable amount of time. The premise of this test technique is to assume that the signal will not change significantly during the test time during which multiple scans are carried out. Therefore, a relatively stable and unchanging input signal is a must. If the signal changes frequently, you may not get a result.
For example, it shows the results of an RBW logic analyzer test where the frequency starts at Fa and suddenly changes to Fb. When the scan reached Fb, the signal had disappeared and could not be measured. Therefore, the scan of RBW spectrum analyzer could not provide trigger at Fb, so it could not store a comprehensive signal situation within a period of time. This is a classic example of the balance between frequency resolution and test time, and is the Achilles' heel of the RBW spectrum analyzer.
However, the latest scanning spectrum analyzer is much faster than the traditional analog processing based equipment, a modern excellent scanning spectrum analyzer architecture. Traditional analog RBW filters have been digitally enhanced to facilitate fast and accurate narrow-band filtering. However, filters, mixers, and amplifiers prior to an ADC are analog, and in particular, need to take into account nonlinearity and noise in an ADC. Therefore, there is a place for analog spectrum analyzer, which can avoid the above problems.
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