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Microwave Site Master Handheld Cable and Antenna Analyzer: S820E

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Microwave Site Master Handheld Cable and Antenna Analyzer: S820E

Anritsu’s S820E Microwave Site Master is the world's first microwave handheld cable and antenna analyzer that covers the 1 MHz to 8, 14, 20, 30, and 40 GHz frequency range. It offers 110 dB of dynamic range from 20 MHz to 40 GHz and supports coaxial and waveguide measurements.

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This cable and antenna analyzer can be used in a variety of industries including in the defense and aerospace market, R&D, cellular networks, education, public safety, and satellite networks. It’s been designed to work with microwave antennas, coaxial cables and waveguides, and with other RF and microwave components.

Standard 1-port measurement capabilities include return loss, VSWR, cable loss, a Smith Chart, phase, distance-to-fault Return Loss, distance-to-fault VSWR, and high-accuracy RF power (USB sensor required). Standard 2-port measurement capabilities include 2-port transmission measurements, and 2-port swept cable loss (external sensor required).

Features at a glance:

  • World’s first 40 GHz handheld cable & antenna analyzer = widest frequency coverage
  • Highest Dynamic Range 110 dB typical
  • Highest corrected directivity = highest measurement accuracy
  • The most built-in Waveguide calibration support, 10 bands standard + 4 custom
  • Full 4 receiver VNA architecture
    • Will support full reversing S-Parameter measurements (Future VNA Option)
  • Sweep speed of 650 µs/data point for fast field measurements

For more information on the S820E handheld cable and antenna analyzer, download the datasheet or contact Anritsu.

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