I need to measure the following characteristics of a frequency synthesizer using a spectrum analyzer:
Frequency range: 2.286 GHz to 2.346 GHz
Output power: -2.5 dBm to 2.5 dBm
SSB phase noise: typical: -122 dBc/Hz, maximum: -116 dBc/Hz, at 100 kHz offset
Integrated SSB phase noise: -45 dBc, at 100 Hz to 1MHz
Reference spurious suppression: typical: -106 dBc, maximum: -80 dBc, with reference frequency = 15 MHz
Non-harmonic spurious suppression: -90 dBc
Harmonic suppression: typical: -30 dBc, maximum: -20 dBc
Am I able to measure all those specifications using a Rohde and Schwarz FSC6 model .06: datasheet ?
I can choose any spectrum snalyzer in the world, but I was told that Rohde and Schwarz is the one of the best brands, and that's the one I found more useful for the specifications I need to measure, because of its frequency range and phase noise (I don't know if I'm reading it correctly). What do you think?