Agilent Spectrum Analyzer E4440A 9kHz-26.5GHz with RF pre-Amp and Dig. Modulation options

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Agilent Spectrum Analyzer E4440A (9kHz-26.5GHz) with RF pre-Amp and Dig. Modulation options


Brand: Agilent 
Part number: E4440A



Agilent Spectrum Analyzer PSA series model E4440A, RF-band: 9kHz-26.5GHz, RBW: 1kHz-3MHz, High Performance Spectrum Analyzer up to 26.5GHz with powerful one-button measurement.

Easy-to-use offering a wide range of performance and optional capability to meet your measurements, with option 1DS (RF internal pre-amplifier) and B7J (Digital demodulation hardware). See more specs in datasheet.

Weight: 23kgs (50lbs).


History of HP/Agilent/Keysight

In 1939 two Stanford graduates, William Redington Hewlett and David Packard founded Hewlett Packard in a garage in Palo Alto California, USA. HP was long celebrated for its engineering know-how and laid-back corporate culture. It made hefty profits, as it grew into a multinational giant that sold a wide range of computer gear and commercial tech services.

Hewlett Packard was an early pioneer of what became the model for Silicon Valley startups. Hewlett Packard was the world's leading PC manufacturer from 2007 to Q2 2013.

Major product lines included personal computing devices, enterprise and industry standard servers, related storage devices, networking products, software and a diverse range of printers and other imaging products.

In 1999 the company decided to divest itself of any products that were not computers or computer peripherals. Agilent Technologies was created by the spin-off of Hewlett Packard's "Medical Products and Instrument Group", including instrumentation and chemical analysis, electronic component and medical equipment product lines.

As the company moved into the 2010’s it underwent a major transformation. In 2013 Agilent Technologies announced that it will split into two separate pure-play measurement companies. The name of the new electronic measurement company is announced later in the year as Keysight Technologies.

During 2014 the separation process continued and on November 1st Keysight Technologies became a fully separate electronic measurement company.

On November 3rd, 2014, Keysight lists on the New York Stock Exchange, under ticker symbol KEYS, completing the final phase of its separation from Agilent.



productsheet.pdf Product datasheet
manual.pdf Manual
    Pricing
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    € 27500.00


    Features
  • Current status: SOLD
  • Condition: NEW with 1 year warranty