Handheld RF Spectrum Analyzers

103 Handheld Spectrum Analyzers from 19 Manufacturers meet your specification.

Handheld RF Spectrum Analyzers from the leading manufacturers are listed here. Narrow down the list of products by frequency and applications.

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  • Equipment Type: Handheld
Description:Handheld Spectrum Analyzer from 16 to 26.5 GHz
Application:
5G, Cellular, LTE, SATCOM, Test & Measurement, DAS...
DANL:
-105 to -101 dBm
Equipment Type:
Handheld
Frequency:
16 to 26.5 GHz
Interface:
USB Type-C
Resolution Bandwidth:
100 kHz, 300 kHz, 1 MHz
Type:
Analyzer with Screen
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Description:Multi-Touch Hand-Held Spectrum Analyzer from 9 kHz to 6 GHz
DANL:
-132 to -129 dBm/Hz (Preamp Off), -152 to -149 dBm...
Equipment Type:
Handheld
Frequency:
9 kHz to 6 GHz
Interface:
USB type C
Resolution Bandwidth:
10 Hz to 5 MHz in 1, 2, 3, 5, 10 Steps
Type:
Analyzer with Screen
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Description:USB Controlled Mini Spectrum Analyzer from 1 MHz to 4.15 GHz
Application:
automated test equipment, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Equipment Type:
Handheld
Frequency:
1 MHz to 4.15 GHz
Interface:
USB
Realtime Analyzer:
Yes
Resolution Bandwidth:
0.05 to 0.5 MHz
Type:
USB / Computer Controlled
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Description:4.4 GHz Handheld Spectrum Analyzer
DANL:
-134 to -130 dBm/Hz
Equipment Type:
Handheld
Frequency:
100 KHz - 4.4 GHz
Interface:
Storage (USB Port), LAN (RJ-45 Port)
Real Time Bandwidth:
0.1 Hz, 250 KHz, 5 MHz
Realtime Analyzer:
Yes
Type:
Analyzer with Screen
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Description:Android Based Handheld Spectrum Analyzer from 10 MHz to 6 GHz
DANL:
-168 dBm
Equipment Type:
Handheld
Frequency:
10 MHz to 6 GHz
Interface:
USB type C
Resolution Bandwidth:
10 Hz to 5 MHz
Type:
Analyzer with Screen
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Description:Handheld RF Spectrum Analyzer from 1 MHz to 2.7 GHz
Application:
Antenna Alignment, Interference Analysis, Spurious...
DANL:
105 dBm
Equipment Type:
Handheld
Frequency:
1 to 2700 MHz
Interface:
USB
Realtime Analyzer:
Yes
Resolution Bandwidth:
300 Hz to 10 MHz
Type:
Analyzer with Screen, USB / Computer Controlled
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Description:Handheld Spectrum Analyzer from 9 kHz to 6 GHz
Application:
5G, 5GNR, LTE
Equipment Type:
Handheld
Frequency:
9 kHz to 6 GHz
Interface:
LAN, USB
Realtime Analyzer:
Yes
Type:
Analyzer with Screen
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Description:RF Spectrum Analyzer from 450 MHz to 40 GHz for 5G FR1/FR2
Equipment Type:
Handheld
Frequency:
450 MHz - 6 GHz / 24.25 - 40 GHz
Interface:
Ethernet
Standards Supported:
4G, 5G, LTE
Type:
Analyzer with Screen
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Description:USB-Powered Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer from 9 kHz to 6 GHz
Application:
EMC, Noise figure (NF) measurement function, Inter...
DANL:
-158 to -140 dBm/Hz
Equipment Type:
Handheld
Frequency:
9 kHz to 6 GHz
Interface:
USB 3.0
Pricing:
Under $5000
Realtime Analyzer:
Yes
Resolution Bandwidth:
10 Hz to 10 MHz
Spectrum Recording:
Yes
Type:
USB / Computer Controlled
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Description:Handheld Spectrum Analyzer from 6 to 20 GHz
Application:
5G, SATCOM, Public Safety, Drone Applications, Tel...
DANL:
-110 to -75 dBm
Equipment Type:
Handheld
Frequency:
5.925 to 20 GHz
Interface:
USB Type-C
Resolution Bandwidth:
30 kHz, 100 kHz, 300 kHz, 1 MHz
Type:
Analyzer with Screen
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What are Handheld Spectrum Analyzers?

Handheld Spectrum Analyzers are lightweight and compact spectrum analyzers. They have reduced power consumption and are usually operated via battery operated sources. Generally, handheld analyzers provide relatively limited capabilities compared to other form factors, such as fixed/benchtop. However, this has been changing and these analyzers are getting more and more powerful. The main advantage of handheld spectrum analyzers is they allow users to operate the instrument at multiple locations/sites.

An RF spectrum analyzer is a test instrument that is used to study the spectral composition of a high frequency electrical signal or waveform. It fundamentally measures the amplitude of an input signal with respect to the frequency within the full frequency range. Spectrum analyzers provide information about the spectrum of a signal and plots the signal strength of the spectrum against the frequency.

RF Spectrum Analyzers are capable of providing an effective insight into the RF performance of a DUT. By analyzing the spectra of electrical signals of a given DUT, specifications such as dominant frequency, power, distortion, harmonics, bandwidth, and other spectral components of a signal can be observed. These specs/parameters are useful in the characterization of electronic devices that are being tested.

Important Parameters for Handheld Spectrum Analyzers:

Operating Frequency (MHz/GHz): It is the fundamental frequency range over which the given analyzer functions.

Resolution Bandwidth (MHz/GHz): The resolution bandwidth specification for a spectrum analyzer is important when it is necessary to measure signals that are close together.

DANL or Displayed Average Noise Level (dBM/Hz): It defines the sensitivity of a spectrum analyzer towards noise. DANL specifies all the internal noise of the spectrum analyzer referenced to 1 Hz.

Phase Noise: It specifies the level of single sideband noise that is measured when using a perfect signal source.

Battery Life: This signifies how long the handheld spectrum analyzer will operate for without being plugged in to a power source.

Size and Weight: Since handheld spectrum analyzers are meant to moved around, the size and weight plays an important role to improve ease of operation.

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