SVA1000X Spectrum & Vector Network Analyzer

  • Vector Network Analysis from 100 kHz – 7.5 GHz
  • Distance-to-fault (Optional)
  • Frequency Range from 9 kHz to 7.5 GHz
  • -165 dBm/Hz Displayed Average Noise Level (Typ.)
  • -98 dBc/Hz @10 kHz Offset Phase Noise (1 GHz, Typ.)
  • 1 Hz Minimum Resolution Bandwidth (RBW)

Product Overview

The SIGLENT SVA1000X series spectrum & vector network analyzers are powerful and flexible tools for RF signal and network analysis.

With a frequency range to 7.5 GHz, the analyzer delivers reliable automatic measurements and multiple modes of operation: the base model are a spectrum analyzer and a vector network analyzer,  optional functions include a distance-to-fault locator,  a  vector signal modulation analyzer. Applications include broadcast monitoring/evaluation, site surveying, S-parameter measurement, cable and antenna testing, analog/digital modulation analysis, EMI pre-compliance test, research and development, education, production, and maintenance.

Frequency Range Resolution Bandwidth (RBW) Phase Noise Total Amplitude Accuracy Display Average Noise Level (DANL) Price
SVA1015X 9 kHz to 1.5 GHz 1 Hz to 1 MHz, in 1-3-10 sequence < -99 dBc/Hz @ 1 GHz, 10 kHz offset ≤1.2 dB -156 dBm/Hz, Normalized to 1 Hz (typ.) €1,739 Buy Now
SVA1032X 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.) €2,969 Buy Now
SVA1075X 9 kHz to 7.5 GHz 1 Hz~3 MHz < -98 dBc/Hz @ 1 GHz, 10 kHz offset <0.7 dB -165 dBm/Hz, Normalized to 1 Hz (typ.) €7,609 Buy Now

Key Features

  • Tracking Generator Standard
  • Distance To Fault (Opt.)
  • Vector Signal Modulation Analysis (Opt.)
  • EMI Filter and Quasi-Peak Detector Kit (Opt.)
  • Advanced Measurement Kit (Opt.)
  • 10.1 lnch Multi-Touch Screen , Mouse and Keyboard supported
  • Web Browser Remote Control on PC and Mobile Terminals and File Operation

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Product Characteristics

10.1 lnch Display with Multi-Touch Screen View more

10.1 lnch Display with Multi-Touch Screen

Phase noise <-98 dBc/Hz@1 GHz View more

Phase noise <-98 dBc/Hz@1 GHz

Minimum 1 Hz Resolution Bandwidth (RBW) View more

Minimum 1 Hz Resolution Bandwidth (RBW)

ACPR in Advanced Measurement Kit View more

ACPR in Advanced Measurement Kit

-165 dBm/Hz Displayed Average Noise Level View more

-165 dBm/Hz Displayed Average Noise Level

Monitor in Advanced Measurement Kit View more

Monitor in Advanced Measurement Kit

Vector Network Analyzer Mode View more

Vector Network Analyzer Mode

100k-7.5GHz Vector S11 and S21 measurement, Multi Formats Overlay Display.

Distance to Fault Mode View more

Distance to Fault Mode

Cable and Antenna Test based on Timing Domain Analysis

EMI Test Kit View more

EMI Test Kit

CISPR 16-1-1 EMI filter and Quasi-peak Detector , Log scale and limit line

Modulation Analysis Mode View more

Modulation Analysis Mode

AM/FM,ASK/FSK/PSK/MSK/QAM Vector Signal Modulation Analysis

Support and Resources

Application Notes

How do I pick the right spectrum analyzer for my application?

Download PDF Introduction The SIGLENT SSA3000X, SSA3000X Plus and SVA1000X products are based on a similar swept superheterodyne spectrum analyzer platform and have very similar starting prices. There are quite a few similarities, but also a few differences that could affect the end results for particular applications. The table below compares the major specifications and … Continued

Build AM NRSC masks for SIGLENT SSA3000X/SVA1000X using a Python script

Download PDF Many broadcast applications require monitoring a transmitter and observing the output amplitude vs. frequency. For AM radio applications, a common mask is defined by the National Radio Systems Committee (NRSC) and is commonly referred to as the AM NRSC mask. Table 1 shows the general analog AM NRSC-2-B mask values around a center … Continued

Build FM NRSC masks for SIGLENT SSA3000X/SVA1000Xs using a Python script

Download PDF Many broadcast applications require monitoring a transmitter and observing the output amplitude vs. frequency. For FM radio applications, a common mask is defined by the National Radio Systems Committee (NRSC) and is commonly referred to as the FM NRSC mask. A very helpful SIGLENT owner, Dan from Alabama Broadcast Services, LLC, built an FM … Continued