TTI PSA 2702 2.7GHz Handheld Spectrum Analyser

£1048.95 (£1,258.74 inc VAT)

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TTI PSA2702 Handheld Spectrum Analyser

Thrulby Thandar PSA2702 2.7GHz is unlike any other RF spectrum analyser. It builds upon the success of the PSA-T series in offering a lightweight and truly handheld instrument that incorporates an extensive feature set. An improved user interface is combined with many new features and a ruggedized casing. The PSA2702 offers every engineer the opportunity to own a spectrum analyser regardless of their particular specialty.

Supplied as standard with:

  • Portable Spectrum Analyser with detachable bench-stand/screen protector and removable stylus.
  • Spare stylus.
  • USB lead Mini B plug to standard A plug.
  • Trigger input converter plug 3.5mm jack to BNC socket.
  • AC line power-supply/charger universal voltage with interchangeable plugs for different countries.
  • Short manual (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish)
  • Full instruction manual (English only).
  • Support CD Containing hyper-linked PDF versions of the printed manuals, plus support files.


  • 1MHz to 2700MHz frequency range
  • Resolution bandwidths of 1MHz, 280kHz or 15kHz
  • -96dBm typical noise floor at -20dBm reference level
  • Measurement in dBm or dBuV, mV or uW
  • Zero span mode with AM and FM audio demodulation
  • Trace modes of normal, peak hold and trace average
  • Live, View and Reference traces in contrasting colours
  • Twin markers with readout of absolute & difference values
  • Smart marker movement with selectable peak tracking
  • Frequency presets and independent state storage
  • Auto-find automatically sets sweep parameters for the highest signal found
  • Unlimited storage for waveforms, set-ups and screens
  • User file names, file stamping from real-time clock
  • USB interfaces for Flash drives and PC connection
  • Comprehensive status and context sensitive help screens
  • More than 8 hours continuous operation from a charge
  • Smaller and lighter than other spectrum analysers (weight only 20 oz)
  • ** Additional features – with option U01:-
  • Limit lines and limit patterns with limits comparator
  • Data logging of peak values, complete traces or screen images from timer, external trigger or limits comparator
  • Level offsets and compensation tables
  • Sweep triggering from external trigger or limits comparator
  • Custom Presets – fast change for repetitive setups
  • Capability to show screen contents on a PC

Technical Specifications – PSA1302 & PSA2702

Frequency Measurement
Frequency Range 1MHz to 1300MHz (PSA1302)
1MHz to 2700MHz (PSA2702)
Setting Modes Centre frequency plus span, or Start plus Stop frequencies
Maximum Span 1299MHz (PSA1302)

2699MHz (PSA2702)

Minimum Span 270kHz, or Zero Span with Demodulation
Set. Resolution 1kHz at any frequency
Setting Accuracy Reference Frequency Accuracy for Start, Stop & Centre (Zero-Span) Frequencies
Initial Accuracy Better than ±10ppm at 20°C
Stability Better than ±10ppm over 10°C to 30°C
Ageing Better than ±3 ppm per year
Phase Noise
Phase Noise Phase noise at 100kHz offset at 500MHz typically -90dBc/Hz
Resolution Bandwidth Selectable 1MHz, 280kHz, or 15kHz
Video Filtering Selectable independently of RBW setting
No. of Markers One, Two (or None)
Resolution 0.1kHz at all frequencies
Marker Accuracy 1/270th of span ± 0.1kHz plus reference frequency accuracy
Readout The frequencies at the marker points and the frequency difference is displayed
Amplitude Range
Units Selectable as dBm or dBuV
Display Range 85dB from Reference Level
Magnification x2, x5 or x10
Reference Level Selectable as -20dBm or 0dBm (87dBuV or 107dBuV)
Amplitude Accuracy Calibration Level
Accuracy Better than ±1dB at 10dB below refl level @ 50MHz (20°C ± 5°C)
Flatness Better than ± 1.5 dB over the range

1 MHz to 1300 MHz (PSA1302)

1 MHz to 2700 MHZ (PSA2702)

Linearity Better than ±1dB over 50dB from reference level
Noise Floor Better than -93dBm average displayed noise floor (typically -96dBm) (reference level = -20dBm, RBW = 15kHz)
3rd Order Intermodulation <- 60dBc for two signals at 10dB below reference level, (500MHz and 502MHz)
Harmonic <-60dBc at 10dB below reference level (100MHz)
1st & 2nd Image <- 55dBc, typically <-60dBc
Resolution 0.1dB


Specifications are liable to change. For the full list of Specifications, please see the products datasheet located under the ‘Documentation’ tab.