Comparing Signals on the Same Screen Using Marker Delta Pair on Spectrum Analyzer

Chapter Comparing Signals on the Same Screen Using Marker Delta Pair

Measurement Guide and Programming Manual For Spectrum Analyzers PSA and ESA Series
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Measurement Guide and Programming Manual For Spectrum Analyzers PSA and ESA Series

  • 14Chapter 2 Measuring Multiple SignalsComparing Signals on the Same Screen Using Marker Delta PairMeasuring Multiple SignalsComparing Signals on the Same Screen Using Marker Delta PairIn this procedure, the analyzer 10 MHz signal is used to measure frequency and amplitude differences between two signals on the same screen using the delta pair marker function.Step 1.Refer to the previous procedure 12,“Comparing Signals on 12, the Same 12, 12,Screen 12, Using 12, Marker Delta 12,” 12, on 12, page 12, 12 12, and follow steps 1, 2 and 3.Step 2.Turn on Delta Pair reference marker to compare the 10 MHz signal and the 30 MHz signal: Press Peak Search, Marker, Delta Pair (ref).Note that the Delta Pair marker does not anchor the first marker.Step 3.Use the knob or Peak Search to move the second marker (labeled 1) to the 30 MHz peak:Press Peak Search, Next Peak or Next Pk Right.Step 4.Use the front panel knob to move the ref marker to the 20 MHz peak:The active function displays the amplitude and frequency difference between the 20 MHz and 30 MHz peaks as shown in 14,Figure 14,2-3.Figure 2-3Using the Delta Pair Marker Function (ESA left, PSA right)NOTE 14,In Figure 14,2-3 14, notice that the active function readout has moved to the top left of the analyzer display. The active function position has three positions: top, center and bottom. To modify the active function position:Press Display, Active Fctn Position, Top (Center, or Bottom).Center position is the factory default setting.