Aeroflex IFR 2397 9 kHz to 3 GHz Spectrum Analyzer

  • $1,890.00

  • Brand: Aeroflex
  • Model Number: 2397
  • Product Code: BS18620
  • Quantity in stock: 1
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Aeroflex IFR 2397 9 kHz to 3 GHz Spectrum Analyzer .Spectrum Analyzers 2397 9 kHz to 3 GHz Spectrum Analyzer 

The MMI on the 2397 has been designed to simplify many of the measurements required for the evaluation of today's sophisticated communications systems. These include Adjacent Channel Power, Channel Power, Occupied Bandwidth, Harmonic Distortion, Emission Bandwidth, and X dB Down.

Signal Demodulation

Demodulation of both AM and FM signals allows full testing on a wide range of communications systems. The demodulated signal can be viewed on the screen and is also available on the internal loud- speaker and on headphones via a connector on the front panel. The FM peak deviation and AM modulation depth can be measured using the markers provided in the 2397.

Information Storage

The 2397 is provided with the capability of internally storing up to 1,000 screen traces and 2,000 operational states. The spectrum ana- lyzer is also fitted with a 3.5 inch FDD for bulk storage.


IEEE 488-2, RS-232 and Printer (PCL5) interfaces are provided as standard on the 2397 allowing its integration into automated test sys- tems and the print out of screen displays. The 2397 has been designed with future flexibility and expansion in mind. The operating system and system memory has the capability to have additional facilities incorporated.

Technical Details

Tuning Range

9 kHz to 3 GHz


1 Hz

Frequency Span

100 Hz/div to 300 MHz/div in 1, 2, 5 step selections (auto -selected) Zero span and Full span (9 kHz to 3 GHz)

Manual selection of Start, Stop and Span

Span Accuracy

± 3% of indicated span width

Readout Accuracy

± (Span Accuracy + Frequency Standard Accuracy + 50% of RBW)


Residual FM <100 Hz p-p at 1 kHz RBW, 1 kHz VBW, (p-p in 20 ms)

Noise Sidebands

-90 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz offset measured at 2.9 GHz

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