The PXIe-5632 from NI is a Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) designed for the modular, compact PXI platform. With reduced test times and highly accurate RF functionality, the VNA operates in the 300 kHz to 8.5 GHz range, and has a source power ranging from -30 dBm to +15 dBm.
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.
The R&S®ESRP is an EMI test receiver and signal/spectrum analyzer, all in one box. It’s been designed to measure EMI in the 10 Hz to 7 GHz frequency range, and does so using conventional stepped frequency scanning or FFT-based time domain scanning.
The BTS Master MT8220T is Anritsu’s third generation high-performance handheld base station analyzer that has been specifically developed to advance the support for 4G wireless networks as well as installed 2G, 3G and WiMAX networks. The MT8220T provides 20 MHz bandwidth modulation quality for LTE eNodeB testing and is equipped with a high-contrast, touch screen display and backlit key panel making it simple to use in both bright sunlight and dim conditions.
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.
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.
The NRA family of remote network analyzers recently received an upgrade to its line. The NRA RX is a new generation of RF analyzers ideal for radio monitoring applications. This is due to their ability to analyze signals up to 6 GHz in the frequency and time domains, while exhibiting receiver-like characteristics at the same time.