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.
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.
Small Size, Light Weight Make MW82119A Ideal Solution for PIM Testing in Tough-to-access Sites, Including RRH Installation and Indoor DAS
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 2-port vector network analyzer (VNA) series covers the 50 kHz to 4.5/8.5 GHz frequency ranges and is packaged in a small 2U chassis. It offers 70 microseconds per point sweep speed and better than a 110dB dynamic range, making these VNAs suitable for a variety of passive device test applications in engineering, production and education. Its LAN interface for remote control is more robust than USB and faster than GPIB, and multiple USB ports allow for easy connection to a user-provided monitor, keyboard, and mouse.
This base station analyzer is comprised of a cable and antenna analyzer, an internal power meter, and a spectrum analyzer and provides comprehensive wireless measurements, ultra-sensitive spectrum analysis, and sophisticated interference tracking for network operators, sub-contractors, and installers needing to measure base stations.
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.