This field analyzer combines a 40W, battery-operated PIM analyzer and a cable and antenna analyzer covering the 2 MHz to 3 GHz frequency range. It’s been designed for use in RF component testing, antenna testing, macro site cable system testing, and Distributed Antenna System (DAS) testing.
This series is the latest edition to Anritsu’s Spectrum MasterTM handheld spectrum analyzers. These analyzers provide the same performance as a benchtop model, but come in a portable and handheld package.
The S412E is Anritsu's second generation solution for installing and maintaining public safety systems. Built on Anritsu's ninth generation handheld platform, the S412E combines a high performance receiver / spectrum analyzer with the world's most advanced handheld vector network analyzer plus a CW / P25 / NXDN / DMR signal generator with internally adjustable power from 0 dBm to –120 dBm.
Remote controlled Remote Analyzer with receiver characteristics and an unusually comprehensive range of features, making it exemplary value for money. It is particularly suitable for radio monitoring, which is why it is found in broadcasting centers and at essential transmitter locations.
This tunable phase noise analyzer is a highly reliable phase noise measurement system that features unparalleled stability. It has a DUT tuning range of 5 MHz to 6.7 GHz, a ~100ms signal acquisition time, measurement speeds of 1.4s (1kHz-1MHz), 18s (1Hz-1MHz), and much more.
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 phase noise analyzer measures Absolute and Residual phase noise and offers Amplitude noise options. It can also measure phase and amplitude noise on pulsed signals.