Anritsu’s Mobile InterferenceHunter is a quick and reliable way to find multiple emitters, or single emitters even in difficult reception conditions. The ability to work with multiple signal sources, reflections, RF shadows, and multi-path distinguish the Mobile InterferenceHunter from conventional systems that depend solely on directional antennas. The ability to work with signals that are intermittent, bursty, or drift rapidly in frequency separate the Mobile InterferenceHunter from more expensive solutions targeted at a single fixed frequency interferer. The Mobile InterferenceHunter’s post-capture analysis capability allows users to modify search parameters without re-driving the route. This allows re-analysis of the captured data as well as consulting with experts.
The new NI AWR Design Environment™ V12.02 is an all-inclusive simulator system composed of Microwave Office, Visual System Simulator™ (VSS), Analog Office, AXIEM, and Analyst™. The new system is an advanced version of the V12, offering new load-pull features as well as improvements to the Analyst 3D element method electromagnetic simulator and layout, and to NI AWR Design Environment modeling, scripting, and stability analysis.
This series of vector network analyzers is comprised of three models covering the 1 MHz to 8/20/40 GHz range. Their ability to minimize test times and maximize throughput makes them especially ideal for testing cables, connectors, filters, antennas, and other passive components.
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.
The MS46522B series of 2-port Performance ShockLine Vector Network Analyzers delivers an unprecedented level of value and performance. With features such as a best-in-class dynamic range, this Performance series lowers cost-of-test and speeds time to market in numerous testing applications up to 92 GHz. Typical applications include designing and manufacturing mobile network equipment, mobile devices, automotive cables, high-speed data interconnects, and system integration components.
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.
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.
Modern RF/Microwave systems increasingly are pushing their performance to the limits of technology. Designers write tighter specifications on components and define more rigid signal parameters. All of which leaves Field Maintenance Personnel scrambling to find more accurate and yet affordable handheld test equipment. Anritsu introduces industry's most affordable, yet comprehensive solution, the MS2024B VNA Master (500 kHz to 4 GHz). It's a Vector Network Analyzer, it's a Power Meter and it's a Vector Voltmeter.