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PSM3000/4000/5000

RF and Microwave Power Sensor / Power Meter 

 
Select the Performance and Features to Meet Your Needs 

Choose from a range of Tektronix RF Power Meters to meet your needs. The PSM3000 Series power meter/sensor provides true average power measurements, giving accurate power measurements independent of signal modulation and bandwidth. The PSM4000 Series power meter/sensor delivers average power (CW) measurements, and adds pulse and peak power measurements for gathering basic data on pulsed RF and microwave signals. The PSM5000 Series power meter/sensor provides the same measurements as the PSM4000, but comes with added pulse profiling capability for signal viewing and characterization in pulsed RF and microwave systems. 
 
 
 
KEY PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
    8 GHz, 18 GHz, 20 GHz, and 26.5 GHz Models
    Models Available with N and 3.5 mm Connectors
    Dynamic Range as Low as –60 dBm and as High as +20 dBm
    Uncertainty as Low as 2.6%
    Reading Rates up to 2000 Readings/s 
FEATURES
    Meters are Calibrated over Full Temperature Range – No zero or cal needed before making measurements,
  saving time and avoiding poor-quality data
    Average Power, Duty Cycle Corrected Pulse Power, and Measurement Logging on All Models
    Included Applications run under Microsoft Windows
     -    Power Meter Application
     -    High-speed Logging Application
     -    LabVIEW Drivers and Programming Examples for Most Common Windows Programming Environments are
       Available for Automated System Support
    Max Hold and Relative Measurement Modes
    Offset, Frequency Response, and 75 Ω Minimum Loss Pad Correction
    Flexible Averaging Modes for Quick, Stable Measurements
    TTL Trigger Input and Output allow Synchronization with External Instruments
    Pass/Fail Limit Mode
    Compact Size
    The PSM3000 Series offers True Average Power Measurements that Give Accurate Results Regardless of 
  Signal Shape or Modulation
    The PSM4000 and PSM5000 Series offer:
     -    Pulse Power, Duty Cycle, Peak Power, and Crest Factor Measurements
     -    Measure Peak, Average and Minimum Power on Bursts with Adjustable Offset and Duration
    The PSM5000 Series includes a Pulse Profiling Application for Making Measurements on Repetitive, Pulsed 
  Signals
     -    Builds and Displays a Trace of the Pulse Envelope
     -    Full-trace and Gated Measurements including Pulse, Peak and Average Power, Overshoot, Crest Factor,
       Rise and Fall Time, Pulse Width, Pulse Repetition Frequency, Duty Cycle
     -    Statistical Measurements on the Trace Data, such as Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function 
       (CCDF), and Probability Density Function (PDF)
Applications
    General-purpose RF and Microwave Average Power Measurements
    Characterization of Repetitive Pulsed Signals, such as Navigation, Weather, and other Radar
    Peak and Average Power Measurements on Modulated Signals such as GSM, CDMA, WCDMA, HSPA, WiMAX
  up to 10 MHz
    Peak and Average Power Measurements of Modulated Pulsed Communications Signals
    Level Control Feedback for Signal Sources
    Validation and Characterization of Power Amplifiers, Switches, and Other RF and Microwave Components
    Service, Maintenance, and Installation of DTV, Cellular, Microwave Radio Link, and Radio Broadcast 
  Transmitters
    Verification and Calibration of Test Equipment and Systems 
Quick Selector Guide 
Model Description Frequency Range Dynamic Range Connector Style
PSM3110 True RMS Average 10 MHz - 8 GHz –55 dBm - +20 dBm 3.5 mm male
PSM3120 True RMS Average 10 MHz - 8 GHz –55 dBm - +20 dBm N-male
PSM4110 Average, and Peak Power 10 MHz - 8 GHz –60 dBm - +20 dBm 3.5 mm male
PSM4120 Average, and Peak Power 10 MHz - 8 GHz –60 dBm - +20 dBm N-male
PSM3320 True RMS Average 10 MHz - 18 GHz –55 dBm - +20 dBm N-male
PSM3310 True RMS Average 10 MHz - 18 GHz –55 dBm - +20 dBm 3.5 mm male
PSM5110 Average, Peak Power, and Pulse Profiling 100 MHz - 8 GHz –60 dBm - +20 dBm 3.5 mm male
PSM5120 Average, Peak Power, and Pulse Profiling 100 MHz - 8 GHz –60 dBm - +20 dBm N-male
PSM3510 True RMS Average 10 MHz - 26.5 GHz –55 dBm - +20 dBm 3.5 mm male
PSM4410 Average, and Peak Power 50 MHz - 20 GHz –40 dBm - +20 dBm 3.5 mm male
PSM4320 Average, and Peak Power 50 MHz - 18.6 GHz –40 dBm - +20 dBm N-male
PSM5410 Average, Peak Power, and Pulse Profiling 50 MHz - 20 GHz –40 dBm - +20 dBm 3.5 mm male
PSM5320 Average, Peak Power, and Pulse Profiling 50 MHz - 18.6 GHz –40 dBm - +20 dBm N-male