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.) €1,299 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.) €2,259 Buy Now
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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

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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

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

Measuring Filter Characteristics Using the SSA3000X/SVA1015X Spectrum Analyzer

Download PDF A filter is a universal, two-port, frequency-selective device used in a wide variety of electronic circuits and applications. A low-pass filter is one which passes signals with a frequency lower than a certain cut-off frequency while attenuating the higher frequencies. Low-pass filters are often used in radio transmitters, audio devices, and communication systems. … Continued

Testing Open Socket Communications Using PuTTY

Download PDF Many instruments include the ability to be controlled via a remote connection to a computer using an Ethernet connection. In many cases, these instruments require a special software library that can help establish and maintain the communications link between the instrument and controlling computer. This can be annoying for a few reasons… the … Continued