SA9200 Series

9kHz-3.2GHz/9kHz-7.5GHz RF Spectrum Analyzer


Suin’s spectrum analyzers incorporate all-digital IF technology and offer a frequency range from 9 KHz to 7.5 GHz. With their bench type and friendly user interface, they can present a bright easy to read display, powerful and reliable measurements.

Product Model




R&D, education, production, maintenance, pre-compliance


Design Features

Frequency range from 9kHz to 7.5GHz
-160dBm Display Average Noise Level (Min.)
< -100 dBc/Hz @10 kHz Offset Phase Noise (Typ.)

Total Amplitude Accuracy < 0.8 dB
Preamplifier and EMI filter are standardly configured


Advance function interface

1. Adjacent Channel Power

SA9200 Series 7.5 GHz Spectrum Analyzer

2. Occupied bandwidth

 SA9200 Series 7.5 GHz Spectrum Analyzer

3. Different analysis width

SA9200 Series 7.5 GHz Spectrum Analyzer

4. Scalar network analyzer

SA9200 Series 7.5 GHz Spectrum Analyzer

Spectrum Analyzer Questions & Answer

When you are considering the purchase of a spectrum analyzer, you may have some questions, so let me answer them one by one:

The difference between a spectrum analyzer and a frequency analyzer lies in their application focus. A spectrum analyzer is primarily used to display the amplitude and frequency distribution of a signal's spectrum, while a frequency analyzer is more focused on accurately measuring and analyzing the frequency characteristics of a signal.

The difference between an RF power meter and a spectrum analyzer lies in their primary functions. An RF Power Meter is used to measure the power level of an RF signal, while a Spectrum Analyzer is used to analyze the spectral characteristics of a signal, including frequency distribution and amplitude.

RF Spectrum Analyzer is very versatile and can help you analyze the spectral characteristics of RF signals for applications such as signal monitoring, spectrum management, and wireless network optimization.

Spectrum analyzers can often be used as frequency counters, but this depends on the specific model and features. Some high-end spectrum analyzers have a frequency counter function that can accurately measure the frequency of a signal.

The main types of spectrum analyzers include scanning spectrum analyzers based on super-exception technology, real-time spectrum analyzers based on FFT technology, and vector signal analyzers. You can choose the right type according to your specific application needs.

You may also hear aliases for spectrum analyzers, such as spectrum meter, spectrum analyzer, spectrum scanner, and so on.

The accuracy of a spectrum analyzer depends on its technical parameters, performance characteristics and other factors. Generally speaking, high-end spectrum analyzers have high accuracy and precision to meet the needs of various precision measurements.

Some spectrum analyzers have the function of measuring signal power, but it is recommended that if you need to measure the power accurately, it is better to use a professional RF power meter.

When purchasing a spectrum analyzer, you need to consider its technical parameters, performance characteristics, scope of application, price and other factors to ensure that you choose the most suitable product for your needs.

SA9232 Spectrum AnalyzerSA9275 Spectrum Analyzer
Frequency Range9kHz~3.2GHz9kHz~7.5GHz
Aging Rate≤1*10-6/year
Frequency Span
Frequency Span Range0Hz, 100Hz~3.2GHz0Hz, 100Hz~7.5GHz
Uncertainty±span/(sweep points-1)
SSB Phase Noise(fc=1.0GHz)-96dBc/Hz @ 10 kHz offset
Resolution Bandwidth (-3dB)10Hz~1MHz, step 1-3-10
RBW Uncertainty10%, nominal (RBW>1kHz)
20%, nominal(RBW≥10Hz, sweep time≥5s)
Video Bandwidth (-3dB)1Hz to 1MHz,  step 1-3-10
RangeDANL to +20dBm
Maximum Input Level

DC Voltage: 50V
CW RF Power: +20dBm (0.1W)  
Max.Damage Level: +30dBm (1W) 
Displayed Average Noise Level (DANL)
DANL (Preamplifier Off)typ. -135 dBm 
DANL (Preamplifier On)typ. -152dBm 
Reference Level Range-100 dBm to +30 dBm, step 1 dB
Sweep Time Range

1ms to 7500 s (100Hz≤Span≤7.5GHz)
20 μs to 7500 s (Span=0 Hz)
Sweep Time Uncertainty5%, nominal (100Hz≤Span≤7.5GHz)
0.5%, nominal (Span=0 Hz)
Sweep ModeContinuous, Single
Trigger SourceFree, Video, External
External Trigger Level5 V TTL level
Advanced Measurement
Channel Power, Adjacent Channel Power, N-dB bandwidth, Occupied Bandwidth
EMI 200Hz, 9kHz, 120kHz
RF Input Impedance50 Ω
Standard frequency
Frequency: 10MHz

Amplitude: 0dBm~10dBm (input)   -3dBm to +3dBm (output)

Tracking Generator(-TG Model)
TG Frequency range100kHz to 3.2GHz100kHz to 7.5GHz
TG Output level range-40dBm to 0dBm
TG Output level resolution1dB
TypeUSB Host & Device, LAN, VGA
General Characteristic
Power SupplyInput Voltage: AC100V to 240V
Frequency: 50/60Hz (1±10%)
Power Consumption: 35W
Dimension & Weight363*154*327 mm, Approx. 6.5kg

From SA9275 Spectrum Analyzer

Q: Does the Suin spectrum analyzer come with a tracking generator?

A: Yes, select model SA9275-TG when place order, which comes with tracking generator and preamplifier.

Q: Can the SA9275 demodulate input signals?

A: Yes, it can demodulate AM and FM signals. There is ‘Demodulation Tips_SA9100_9200’ from online manual download.

Q: Can I use the Suin SA9275 Spectrum Analyzer to perform EMI radiated emissions test?

A: Yes, all Suin spectrum analyzers can do that test with help of optional Near Filed Probe Set SY5030, of which details and operating instruction, please refer to ‘How to track EMI emissions Source ’ from online manual download.

Q: What’s the minimum resolution bandwidth (RBW) of SA9275?

A: It’s 10Hz

Standard Accessories

Power Cord:1pcs

N-BNC Adapter:1pcs

CD(Software+ User's Guide):1pcs


Tracking Generator

N-SMA Adapter, N-SMA Cable, BNC-BNC Cable, 

USB cable, RS-232 cable

Attena 1(900MHz/1.8GHz), Attena2(2.4GHz)

Near Field Probe Set SY5030