Aeroflex Offers Analyzer

Aeroflex announced the new 3280 series

June 13, 2006

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Aeroflex today announced the new 3280 series, a line of 3 Hz to 26.5 GHz spectrum analyzers designed to provide performance far beyond the price tag–offering impressive RF and microwave specifications, exceptional connectivity and many ease-of-use features at an affordable price.

The 3280 series has a very high level of accuracy, ±0.15dB up to 3GHz and other performance features include excellent local oscillator (LO) phase noise <-115dBm/Hz at 10kHz offset from 1GHz and +18dBm third order intermodulation performance. Digital Intermediate Frequency (IF) offers resolution bandwidths from 5MHz to 1Hz.

The Windows XP operating system, internal hard drive and built-in CD ROM make the 3280 series extremely easy to use and allow for a wide range of interfaces, including LAN access, USB, RS-232, IEEE 488 (GPIB) and VGA outputs. Centronics parallel ports are provided for printer, mouse and keyboard connectivity.

The 3280 series has a large 10.4 inch TFT LCD display that gives the user ample viewing area so data can be seen easily, even in split screen mode or with multiple windows open. Three traces can be displayed per window and as many as nine markers can be selected with a marker table viewable in an alternate window.

In order to simplify the evaluation of many common measurements, the 3280 series offers several built-in functions, including channel power, adjacent channel power, occupied bandwidth, spectrum emission mask, third-order-intercept (TOI) measurement, harmonic distortion, X dB down and phase noise measurement.

Aeroflex Inc. (Nasdaq: ARXX)

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