[sdiy] Possible channels scope.. .. Audio Spectrum Analyzer

Tom Bugs admin at bugbrand.co.uk
Tue Apr 6 21:59:21 CEST 2021

The Keysight (HP/Agilent) DSOX1102G I got a couple of years back has 
Frequency Response Analysis built in (it took an update to tweak it to 
better audio ranges). This model also includes a function generator, so 
Saying that, I've not really delved in too deep on it (shame on me).
It isn't the cheapest DSO but relatively low priced - I was tempted by 
similar feel to an older Agilent I have.

On 06/04/2021 19:24, Timothy Daugard via Synth-diy wrote:
> My RIGOL DS1102E has math functions including one that works 
> reasonably has a spectrum analyzer. The screen splits top and bottom 
> with the SA being half. t would be nice (haven't researched) to use 
> the full screen for the SA.
> I plan on feeding a White/P/R/Brown  noise source to see what the SA 
> shows. But there are other things higher priority.
> Tim Daugard
> On 4/6/2021 11:05 AM, Aaron B. wrote:
>> On Tue, 6 Apr 2021 09:50:57 +0200
>> Roman Sowa <modular at go2.pl> wrote:
>>> Around that time when this HP scope came out there was clear 
>>> demarcation
>>> - any sane engineer gets a Tektronix scope and HP spectrum analyzer. If
>>> HP made a scope and Tek an analyzer, it was just for laughs.
>> I actually missed out on a good condition HP 3580A spectrum analyzer by
>> $5 on eBay recently.
>> Are there good new model spectrum analyzers out there, specifically in
>> the audio range? Most everything I can find is geared towards
>> microwave and/or only gets to 10khz on the low end.
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