• PN 9000

    The PN9000 is a simple and fast Automatic Phase Noise Test System covering a very wide frequency range. Its modular architecture allows optimum configuration, multiple measurement techniques and future growth in a compact instrument.


    The DCNTS is a two-channel Phase and Amplitude noise analyser. Its dual demodulator architecture allows the system to use cross-correlation to cancel its internal noise and limitation; it is like comparing the outputs of 2 systems and only displays the similarities while rejecting differences.

    It is capable of measuring absolute phase or amplitude noise but also residual phase noise under CW or pulsed conditions. The input frequency goes from a few MHz to 140GHz. Residual noise testing is for devices like frequency multipliers or dividers, amplifiers or any other phase coherent input to output device.

    Pulse compatible, the system is perfect for very demanding defence and aerospace applications. Its state-of-the-art dynamic range makes it the lowest noise floor instrument on the market.

  • All-in-One Phase Noise Measurement Solutions

    The NXA series is a fully automated Phase Noise analyser. Its dual channel architecture allows the system to use a cross-correlation process to cancel its internal noise floor. This reliable technique provides access to the unique noise floor performance of the DCNTS.

    A completely new user interface based on a large 14-inch touch-screen simplifies the operation, focusing the user on the measurement result itself and not on the measurement technique. Experts can always access advanced settings as needed.

    Quick and easy phase noise plots can be obtained without any training so the NXA Series can be operated by any manufacturing technician. This is the only instrument that combines great ease of use and state-of-the-art performance.

    With its internal frequency references, measurements are made extremely easy without the hassle of connecting cables and tweaking settings. However, when ultimate performance is required, the capability to use external reference sources like crystal oscillators, SAWs or SLCOs pushes the instrument noise floor down to the thermal noise.