Author Topic: RIGOL Launches RSA5000 Series, the First Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer in China  (Read 5191 times)

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Online metrologist

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So, perhaps more just a general question about RTSA... I saw PvT mode, power vs. time, and wonder what is the time scale referenced to?

If I set a 1s acquisition time, I presume there will be a 1s sweep, but what triggers it? Does it just free-run?

Also, they list Frequency Response: <0.5dB. what does it mean?
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Offline simone.pignatti

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from the user manual:
Scale/Div (PvT)
Sets the unit per division in the vertical axis of the PvT view. Note that this menu is only valid in PvT measurement mode.
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Offline Mr. Scram

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Maybe this amazing product shot from their European site gives a clue. There's some serious parallax going on here...

https://www.rigol.eu/real-time/
The Photoshop fails are frankly hilarious.
 

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still!!?? I told them few days ago, I'll report again, thanks.
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still!!?? I told them few days ago, I'll report again, thanks.
Don't worry, it looks fixed. I was talking about the original mistakes. I can come up with various amusing scenarios that would result in something like that.

Points for the quick fix, though. It tells me Rigol is interested in catching and improving upon mistakes.
 
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Offline Sparky

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Although this thread was the first focusing on RSA5000 -- or second if you count the much older thread (http://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/rigol-announces-phoenix-chipset-and-ultravision-ii-technology-platform/) -- there is (unfortunately) a lot of useless posts here.  Makes more sense to keep on-topic in Dave's new thread (http://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/new-rigol-real-time-spectrum-analyser/).
 

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Agree
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Has anyone else tried a Rigol 5065-TG?

I had a demo unit, I did a SAVE "Screen Image", Rigol emailed me back that this is not a bug...   |O

The bmp files have a pop up on one, and on the other one a keyboard over the data, I converted them to jpg to post here
 
Now I found how to put up a Poll   
http://www.eevblog.com/forum/beginners/rigol-5065-tg-save-image-function/new/#new
« Last Edit: June 20, 2018, 04:19:34 am by IRB »
 

Offline nctnico

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How the hell can they miss this? And why BMP as screendumps? This doesn't bode very well for the new Rigol DS7000 oscilloscope.
There are small lies, big lies and then there is what is on the screen of your oscilloscope.
 

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The save image can be bmp jpg or png.

 There is also a Save Measurement for the 801 points of data across the Span.
 

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I was wondering why there isn't a save option where you can only capture the actual graph?

The save is an actual screenshot. Fair enough.

But there should also be a save for the actual graph, as now you will have to cut it out from the graph manually when you put it in a formal report.
 

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Yes, true, but the data I need is behind the keyboard...

Now I found how to put up a Poll   
http://www.eevblog.com/forum/beginners/rigol-5065-tg-save-image-function/new/#new
« Last Edit: June 20, 2018, 04:19:48 am by IRB »
 


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