Berkeley Nucleonics recently announced and demonstrated their new Model RTSA7500 at IMS.
According to the company, it includes all the standard features of a spectrum analyzer such as frequency controls, marker functions and multi-trace functionality. It also includes a real-time trigger mode for measuring complex data signals such as Wi-Fi and LTE along with markers for tracking specific frequencies. Real-time triggering is enabled by sophisticated FPGA-based digital signal processing within the RTSA7500 and enables the capture of elusive, time-varying signals across an instantaneous bandwidth of up to 100 MHz.
The basic model has a frequency range of 100 kHz to 8 GHz and a 10 MHz real-time bandwidth (100 MHz optional), but additional models include upper ranges of 18 and 27 GHz at a 100 MHz real-time bandwidth.