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53200 Series RF & Universal Frequency Counter/Timers (350 MHz)

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The Agilent 53200 Series of 350 MHz RF and universal frequency counter/timers serve all of your frequency and time interval measurement needs. Three available models offer resolution capabilities up to 12 digits/sec single-shot frequency resolution on a one second gate. Single-shot time interval measurements can be resolved down to 20 psec. All models offer new built-in analysis and graphing capabilities to maximize the insight and information you receive. Use the connectivity of your choice: LXI-C/Ethernet, USB, GPIB. Additionally, an optional battery is available to increase portability and maintain timebase accuracy.

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  • 53210A 350 MHz RF Frequency Counter, 10 digits/s 53210A 350 MHz RF Frequency Counter, 10 digits/s (1) 

    53210A 350 MHz RF Frequency Counter, 10 digits/s

    The 53210A single-channel, 350 MHz RF frequency counter is optimized to provide fast, precise frequency measurements with a simplified user interface. An optional RF channel can be added to measure 6 or 15 GHz.

  • 53220A 350 MHz Universal Frequency Counter/Timer, 12 digits/s, 100 ps 53220A 350 MHz Universal Frequency Counter/Timer, 12 digits/s, 100 ps (1) 

    53220A 350 MHz Universal Frequency Counter/Timer, 12 digits/s, 100 ps

    The 53220A 350 MHz universal frequency counter/timer is a two-channel frequency counter with the ability to make frequency, frequency ratio, time interval and pulse width measurements.

  • 53230A 350 MHz Universal Frequency Counter/Timer, 12 digits/s, 20 ps 53230A 350 MHz Universal Frequency Counter/Timer, 12 digits/s, 20 ps (1) 

    53230A 350 MHz Universal Frequency Counter/Timer, 12 digits/s, 20 ps

    As the highest performance model in the 53200 Series, the 53230A is a two-channel frequency counter with the ability to make frequency and time interval measurements as well as continuous/gap-free measurements for basic modulation domain analysis.