Anritsu’s MS4640B vector network analyzers (VNAs) are a part of the VectorStarTM family, and provide the highest overall performance on a modern analyzer platform. They cover the 70 kHz to 70 GHz frequency range and offer 2.5 ns pulse resolution with a 100 dB dynamic range.
Regulatory requirements are growing. You're under increasing pressure to cut costs. And improving system uptime is always a top priority. The MS2711E Spectrum Master helps you do all of this and more. Whether you are performing complex interference analyses or assessing signal quality, the MS2711E Spectrum Master delivers the ease of use, rich functionality, and best-in-class price/performance you've come to expect from Anritsu.
This VNA provides single sweep coverage in the 70 kHz to 110 GHz frequency range. Two configurations are available: The broadband vector network analyzer includes the VNA, broadband mm-wave test set and interface cables, and two mm-wave modules. The other option is an mm-wave waveguide VNA system. It’s largely the same set up, but comes with two banded millimeter-wave modules.
This signal analyzer covers the 5 MHz to 7 GHz frequency range and offers measurements down to -185 dBc/Hz. It’s ideal for general purpose phase and amplitude noise tests, automated production testing, time domain and spectrum analysis, and cross-correlator FFT analysis.
The NRA-2500 covers the 5 MHz to 2.5 GHz frequency range and is ideal for use as a starter model for satellite monitoring and control systems. It’s optimized for use in D-SNG vehicles, teleports, and in maritime applications.
This spectrum and signal analyzer is the LNB control variant of the NRA-3000. It generates the standard control voltages for switching the LNB to a low or high band and to horizontal or vertical polarization. It covers the 5 MHz to 3 GHz frequency range.
This 4-port vector network analyzer (VNA) series covers the 10 MHz to 4.5/7 GHz frequency ranges and features a 77 microseconds per point sweep speed, a better than 110 dB dynamic range, and a LAN interface for remote control that’s more robust than USB and faster than GPIB