Recent News

  1. Anritsu Introduces MS27101A Remote Spectrum Monitor

    Anritsu Company has introduced the MS27101A Remote Spectrum Monitor. The MS27101A can be used with Anritsu’s Vision software to create a highly accurate remote solution to identify interference patterns, record spectrum history and geo-locate the sources of problem signals to mitigate interference issues and identify illegal or unlicensed signal activity.

  2. Anritsu Company Introduces Expanded High Performance Waveguide Mixer For Simplified, Highly Accurate Analysis Of 50-75 GHz mmWave Signals

    Anritsu Company introduces the MA2806A High Performance Waveguide Mixer that can be integrated with its MS2830A Spectrum/Signal Analyzer to create a millimeter-wave (mmWave) measurement solution that eliminates the complexity and uncertainty associated with conventional mmWave signal analysis tools.

  3. Anritsu Launches Video Inspection Probe For Site Master Handheld Analyzers

    Anritsu Company has introduced a Video Inspection Probe (VIP) measurement mode for its Microwave Site Master S820E and Site Master S331L cable and antenna analyzers. The new VIP mode specifically addresses the ever-growing requirement to inspect optical fiber cables used to carry traffic data and signaling up/down to/from the radio hardware in modern wireless communication systems.

  4. Anritsu Honored As Recipient Of The 2015 CXO NEXT Innovation Awards

    Anritsu has been named a recipient of the Microsoft Corp. 2015 CXO NEXT Innovation Awards, created to recognize visionary leaders who led transformational innovation using Microsoft solutions to realize the benefits — reinventing productivity and business processes, building an intelligent cloud platform, creating more personal computing, and empowering finance and marketing. 

  5. Softbank Certifies Anritsu Mobile Terminal Test System

    Anritsu Company announces that its ME7834L Mobile Terminal Test Platform has been certified by Softbank as an approved test system for its mobile terminals. With the certification, the ME7834L supports all Softbank-approved communications protocol tests at test houses. 

  6. Anritsu Introduces New Isotropic Antennas

    Anritsu Company expands its Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Measurement System with the introduction of isotropic antennas that provide frequency coverage from 9 kHz to 6 GHz. The new antennas support measurements of EMF radiation to ensure wireless networks are in compliance with various national standards for personal safety established by government regulatory authorities.

  7. Anritsu Introduces New Remote Spectrum Monitor Platform That Changes Face of Spectrum Surveillance

    Anritsu Company has recently introduced the new Remote Spectrum Monitor. This monitor is a platform of modular and scalable products designed to assist in generating a greater return and meet consumer demands. This revolutionary tool also helps to maximize network capacity.

  8. PCTEST Partners With Anritsu To Offer Leading LTE eMBMS Test Portfolio

    PCTEST Engineering Laboratory, Inc. acquired all elements of Anritsu’s LTE Enhanced Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Services test portfolio. PCTEST now has the capability to support all elements of acceptance testing for mobile devices designed and manufactured for LTE networks supporting the eMBMS services.

  9. Anritsu’s Cloud-Based Solution Reduces Costs & Improves ROI Of In-building DAS Installation & Maintenance

    Anritsu has recently introduced a cloud-based trace judgement solution for tower and in-building Distributed Antenna System (DAS) installations. The SkyBridge Tools reduce costs and improve ROI while delivering accurate results.

  10. Anritsu And EMITE Announce Successful, Repeatable LTE Carrier Aggregation + MIMO + UMA OTA Laboratory Tests For Leading U.S. Carrier

    Anritsu Company and EMITE are proud to announce that the Anritsu MT8820C Radio Communication Tester has been successfully used in combination with the EMITE E500 Reverberation Chamber and Anite Propsim FS8 channel emulator to test LTE Carrier Aggregation, using 2x2 MIMO and more realistic isotropic Urban-Macro (UMA) fading profiles.