Analyzer Products & Services

  1. Spectrum Master™ Ultraportable Spectrum Analyzer: MS2760A
    2/17/2017

    From Anritsu, the inventor of the handheld spectrum analyzer first introduced in 1999, we are proud to introduce our first generation MS2760A Spectrum Master – Ultraportable Spectrum Analyzer. By utilizing Anritsu’s patented shockline non-linear transmission line (NLTL) technology, the MS2760A shatters the cost, size, and performance barriers associated with traditional large form factor instruments to more efficiently advance technology development.

  2. SiteHawk Analyzer: SK-4500-TC, SK-200-TC
    6/4/2015

    The SiteHawk Analyzer is capable of fast swept measurements with seven user-selectable trace capture options. The SK-4500-TC and SK-200-TC units are available for coverage over the 1-4500 MHz and 300 kHz-200 MHz frequency ranges, which can be set using either Start/Stop or Center/Span frequencies.

  3. Remote Analyzers with Receiver Characteristics
    11/26/2014

    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.

  4. Laser Powered Field Analyzers: FA7000 Series
    10/22/2018

    AR offers the new FA7000 series of laser powered field analyzers using a new patented approach to more accurately measure modulated electric fields and CW electric fields. This technology uses an isotropic field sensor to sample the composite field and transmit its amplitude digitally over optical fiber to a processor unit. These field analyzers have a sample rate of 1.5 million samples per second, which is significantly faster than conventional RF field probes.

  5. Phase Noise Analyzer: HA7062A
    7/3/2012

    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.

  6. ShockLine™ 4-port Performance VNA: MS46524B
    1/26/2016

    The MS46524B series of 4-port Performance ShockLine Vector Network Analyzers are designed to deliver 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 multi-port mobile network equipment, mobile devices, automotive cables, high-speed data interconnects, and system integration components.

  7. Spectrum and Signal Analyzer for Satellite Communications: NRA-2500
    2/27/2014

    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.

  8. 7 GHz Signal Analyzer: Model 7070
    1/16/2014

    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.

  9. High-End Signal and Spectrum Analyzer: R&S FSW85
    7/17/2015

    The R&S FSW85 is the latest addition to Rohde & Schwarz’ family of signal and spectrum analyzers. It is the only device on the market designed to cover the frequency range from 2 Hz to 85 GHz in a single sweep, allowing users to test baseband and RF with a single analyzer. Test setups are now much simpler, since the R&S FSW85 does not require harmonic mixers. An internal preselection feature suppresses the image frequency and other spurious emissions that commonly occur during harmonic mixing.

  10. FFT Analyzer: EHP-50F
    6/2/2015

    The EHP-50F is a new FFT analyzer used to measure and analyze electric and magnetic strengths in the 1Hz to 400 kHz frequency range. Using the weighted peak method specified in the latest released standards, the analyzer evaluates complex signal shapes in the time domain, while providing automatic frequency evaluations for many applications including power supply stations and transformers, high-tension lines, industrial equipment, and medical technology.