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New RSA3000N and RSA5000N Spectrum Analyzers extend flexibility and capability

RIGOL RSA5000N Spectrum Analyzer - RF CafeBeaverton, Oregon - July 21, 2020 - RIGOL Technologies announces the new RSA3000N and RSA5000N Spectrum Analyzer which extends the flexibility and capability of the UltraReal platform with a new Vector Network Analyzer measurement mode.

The RSA5000N and the RSA3000N deliver the same performance specifications and feature set as the current RSA models but adds the VNA capability as a standard feature. With integrated Smith Charts, Polar Charts, Reflection Coefficient, Impedance, Insertion Loss, Frequency Response and a host of other measurements the RIGOL UltraReal Spectrum Analyzer becomes a fully functional Vector Network Analyzer.

Supporting S11, S21 and Distance to Fault Analysis the RSA5000N and RSA3000N will become an invaluable resource to engineers needing to tune antenna sets, search for communication and cable faults, or fully characterize their active or passive RF components.

"We are always excited when we extend the capabilities of our products and answer the requests of our valued customers” says Michael Rizzo, General Manager of RIGOL North America. “Customers of our spectrum analyzers have asked for a Vector Network Analyzer for years and this powerful, flexible and affordable tool will bring VNA capabilities to customers for whom it has historically been out of reach.”

Starting at just $2,299 for a 1.5GHz model the RSA3000N is a tool now accessible to small companies, educators, and enthusiasts who have long hoped for an affordable and powerful VNA solution. With a frequency range up to 6.5GHz the RSA5000N delivers the performance and range required for most of today's mainstream IoT designs.

“With the explosion of IoT connected devices the need for powerful and affordable RF test solutions has never been greater,” continues Michael Rizzo. “By combining our Vector Network Analyzer on the same UltraReal Platform our customers can leverage their test investment with an instrument able to function as a swept spectrum analyzer, a real-time analyzer, an EMI pre-compliance tool, or a complex demodulation/analysis tool in addition to all the benefits of the VNA.”

There are 5 models of Vector Network Analyzer. The RSA3000N supports frequency ranges of 1.5GHz, 3.0GHz and 4.5GHz with a starting price of $2,299. The RSA5000N ranges from 3.2GHz to 6.5GHz with prices starting at $8,999. RIGOL is accepting orders now with initial shipments by September 1st.

Please contact RIGOL or any authorized partner for information.


About RIGOL Technologies

RIGOL Technologies is transforming the Test and Measurement Industry. Our premium line of products includes Digital and Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes, Spectrum Analyzers, Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generators, Programmable Power Supplies and Loads, Digital Multimeters, Data Acquisition Systems, and application software. Our test solutions combine uncompromised product performance, quality, and advanced product features; all delivered at extremely attractive price points. This combination provides our customers with unprecedented value for their investment, reduces their overall cost of test, and helps speed time to completion of their designs or projects.


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Michael Rizzo

General Manager

8140 SW Nimbus Avenue

Beaverton, Oregon  97008

Phone: 1-503-465-4626

E-Mail: michael_rizzo@rigol.com

Web: https://www.rigolna.com/



Posted October 8, 2020

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