SSA3000X Series Spectrum Analyzers

  • All-Digital IF Technology
  • Frequency Range from 9 kHz to 2.1/3.2 GHz
  • -161 dBm/Hz Displayed Average Noise Level (Typ.)
  • -98 dBc/Hz @10 kHz Offset Phase Noise (1 GHz, Typ.)
  • Total Amplitude Accuracy < 0.7 dB
  • 1 Hz Minimum Resolution Bandwidth (RBW)
  • Tracking generator (TG) is currently included at no charge

Product Overview

Siglent’s SSA3000X family of spectrum analyzers offer a frequency range of 9 KHz to 2.1/3.2 GHz. With their light weight, small size, and friendly user interface, the SSA3000s present a large, bright easy to read display, powerful and reliable automatic measurements, and plenty of impressive features. Applications include research and development, education, production, maintenance, and pre-compliance testing.

Frequency Range Resolution Bandwidth (RBW) Phase Noise Total Amplitude Accuracy Display Average Noise Level (DANL) Price
SSA3021X 9 kHz to 2.1 GHz 1 Hz to 1 MHz, in 1-3-10 sequence < -98 dBc/Hz @ 1 GHz, 10 kHz offset ± 0.7 dB -161 dBm/Hz, Normalized to 1 Hz (typ.) $1395 Buy Now
SSA3032X 9 kHz to 3.2 GHz 1 Hz to 1 MHz, in 1-3-10 sequence < -98 dBc/Hz @ 1 GHz, 10 kHz offset ± 0.7 dB -161 dBm/Hz, Normalized to 1 Hz (typ.) $2595 Buy Now

Key Features

  • Standard Preamplifier
  • Standard Tracking Generator Kit
  • Reflection/VSWR Measurement Kit (Opt.)
  • Advanced Measurement Kit (Opt.)
  • EMI Pre-compliance Measurements Kit (Opt.)
  • 10.1 lnch WVGA (1024 x 600) Display

Please continue to provide quality gear at reasonable prices. I am impressed with Siglent’s equipment and the engineering behind them. 

Bill H.

May, 2018

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Product Characteristics

Easy to operate, Support four independent traces and cursors View more

Easy to operate, Support four independent traces and cursors

Four selectable color-coded traces can be used for different functions (ie. Max Hold, Min Hold, Clear-Write, Math, Average, etc)

Four movable markers.

1 Hz Minimum Resolution Bandwidth (RBW) View more

1 Hz Minimum Resolution Bandwidth (RBW)

RBW: 1 Hz – 1 MHz in 1-3-10 sequence.
(Minimum RBW depends on Frequency Span)

-151 dBm Displayed Average Noise Level (RBW=10 Hz) View more

-151 dBm Displayed Average Noise Level (RBW=10 Hz)

Phase noise -98 dBc/Hz @ 1 GHz @ 10 kHz offset View more

Phase noise -98 dBc/Hz @ 1 GHz @ 10 kHz offset

Zero span and demodulation capabilities View more

Zero span and demodulation capabilities

AM / FM demodulation with audio output jack.

Advanced measurement kit (AMK-SSA3000X) includes on-screen ACPR measurements View more

Advanced measurement kit (AMK-SSA3000X) includes on-screen ACPR measurements

Channel power, Adjacent channel power ratio, TIme domain power, Occupied BW, Third-order intercept, Spectrum monitor (waterfall)

On-screen VSWR/Return Loss measurements with the reflection measurement option (REFL-SSA3000X) View more

On-screen VSWR/Return Loss measurements with the reflection measurement option (REFL-SSA3000X)

Available with or without directional coupler

EMI filters and Quasi-Peak detector following CISPR 16 (EMI-SSA3000X) View more

EMI filters and Quasi-Peak detector following CISPR 16 (EMI-SSA3000X)

Comes with EMI report software. Speeds measurement time, generates test reports

Support and Resources

Application Notes

Electromagnetic Compliance: Pre-Compliance Test Basics

Download PDF Today’s products are subjected to more standardized test requirements than ever before. These standards (UL, CE, and others) ensure consumer safety and add to the quality and dependability of products. But, these tests also add cost to the manufacturer, which is passed to the consumer. This is especially true with electronics. Any product … Continued

Electromagnetic Compliance: Pre-Compliance Conducted Emissions Testing

Download PDF Electromagnetic compliance (EMC) testing involves measuring the radio frequency (RF) output of a product and comparing the results to published limits that are set forth by a government agency responsible for creating and enforcing standards, such as the Federal Communications Committee (FCC) in the United States. Any product that has the ability to … Continued

Verification of a LAN connection using Telnet

Download PDF Automating a test can dramatically increase the productivity, throughput, and accuracy of a process. Automating a setup involves connecting a computer to the test instrumentation using a standard communications bus like USB or LAN and then utilizing code entered via a software layer (like LabVIEW, .NET, Python, etc..) to sequence the specific instrument … Continued