Equipment information:

Trilithic S1075 Spectrum analyzer
Manufacturer:
Trilithic
Model: S1075
Date: 1987
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Spectrum analyzer
Description:
Information:
                                    The S1075 Spectrum Analyzer is a general purpose, high
reliability instrument designed for making rapid signal
strength measurements in the 4 to 1000 MHz frequency
range. The unit is completely portable, weighing less
than 30 pounds, and can operate off its own internal
rechargeable batteries or from an external 12 to 15 volt
source, including vehicle 12v battery with a negative
ground, A protective bag with a carrying handle for
simple field operation in adverse environments is
also available.

The S1075 displays a 70 dB dynamic range for signal
levels as low as +20 dBmV. Relative amplitude measurements
can be made in seconds. A manual sweep mode is included
for amplitude measurements where integration of modulation
is necessary for more accurate readings of signal
strength. Measurements within + 2 dB can be made
simply, swiftly and reliably. The internal battery
is capable of three hours of continuous operation.
With care 12 hours intermittent operation between
recharges can be easily achieved.

Frequency can be easily identified within ±100 kHz using
the center frequency digital readout combined with the
frequency markers. Amplitude measurements can be
made over a 126 dB range utilizing the input attenuation
and 70 dB on-screen amplitude calibration.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Trilithic -- S1075 -- User Manual
File name: Trilithic-3942-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 76
Size: 17.83 Mbytes (18693513 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: A
Manual-ID/Number: P/N 001-115-00
Date: September 1987
Quality: Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
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