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FOR SALE: Agilent spectrum analyser + LAN Gateway

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May 24th, 2012 at 4:22pm  
Bentley Walker are selling an Agilent Spectrum Analyser E4402B with LAN gateway E5810A, all necessary cables and calibration certificate.


Manually swept freqs across range (9kHz - 3 GHz), The HP Agilent E4402B is a used Spectrum Analyzer with a 9 kHz to 3 GHz Range.

The HP Agilent E4402B ESA series sets the performance standards in measurement speed, dynamic range, accuracy, and resolving power for similarly priced products.
The flexible platform design of the Agilent HP E4402B enables R&D, manufacturing, and field service engineers to customize the product to meet specific testing needs and to upgrade the product with new features when required.

The E4402B products' selection of one button measurement solutions combined with its easily navigable user interface and performance in speed allows engineers to spend less time testing and more time designing, building, and trouble shooting components and products.

Additional information can be found here:- http://www.home.agilent.com/agilent/product.jspx?pid=413310&cc=GB&lc=eng

The product is in excellent condition and pictures below, can arrange shipping worldwide:-




For pricing and information, please contact me at david@bentleywalker.com

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