The PMM 9010 is a digital EMC/EMI receiver developed by Narda STS that operates over a frequency range of 10 Hz - 30 MHz and complies with CISPR 16-1-1 requirements for radiated interferences. Narda PMM 9010 EMC/EMI receivers feature digital conversion and sophisticated analytical features streamlined by innovative system architecture which eliminates the need for calibrating most of its components. The RF front-end is self-calibrated by an internal RF signal generator. Compact and lightweight, the Narda PMM 9010 comes with hardware and firmware developed in response to current EMC standards like MIL-STD-461G that can be updated for future changes. Measurements performed with the device adhere to most common test standards, including IEC, EN, CISPR and FCC standards. A powerful digital click analyzer allows the Narda PMM 9010 to be compliant with the latest CISPR specifications. The built-in tracking generator also empowers users to design, characterize and test RF filters and transducers.
The PMM 9010 is part of the PMM 9000 Digital EMC/EMI Receiver Series.
- The marker is a very powerful feature, providing an easy-to-read frequency/amplitude value through a simple knob rotation in the window span
- Pre-loaded limits for sweep mode are stored in a nonvolatile memory, providing for CISPR Compliance
- Simultaneous detectors, QP-PK-AVGRMS, for time-coherent measurements, provide parallel indications at every frequency value in the range
- Hold time in Manual mode is the integration time of the RMS - AVG detectors; it represents the reset time of the PK - QP detectors
- Scalar network analysis is another powerful function useful for designers, providing an easy-to-use scalar network analyzer for characterizing components, filters and far beyond
- The receiver can be operated by the front knob and soft keys through real user-friendly menus, as a stand alone unit, or remotely by a PC connected through USB/RS-232 Serial Interface (Bluetooth optionally)
- The internal signal generator is not a simple tracking generator, but rather a very precise and flexible generator, tracking with the span or independently adjustable at any frequency in the range 10 Hz - 50 MHz
||10 Hz to 30 MHz
||< 1 ppm
|Level Measuring Time
||1 ms to 30 sec.