The NRA-3000 is a spectrum and signal analyzer that has been optimized for use in monitoring centers, remote stations, and vehicles. It covers the 9 kHz to 3 GHz and offers measurement speeds up to 12 GHz/s.
This series of vector network analyzers (VNAs) covers the 1 MHz to 4/8/14/20/30/40 GHz ranges. Its fast sweep speed and wide dynamic range minimizes test times and maximizes throughput and its excellent corrected directivity lessens measurement uncertainty.
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.
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.
These Signal Source Analyzers are particularly well suited for conducting phase noise and jitter measurement in VCXOs, TCXOs, and OCXOs. Unlike some traditional systems, they have the ability to analyze both absolute and additive phase noise.
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.
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.