Analyzers

ANALYZER PRODUCTS & SERVICES

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.

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.

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.

Power Master is an ultraportable, USB-powered mmWave power analyzer enabling simple, numeric, frequency-based measurement of RF power from 9 kHz to 70 GHz and as low as -90 dBm. Traditional power meters are broadband and have limited power ranges, so engineers and technicians are using spectrum analyzers which include many unneeded features, cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, and take up half the test bench just to make simple, frequency-based RF amplitude measurements. The Power Master enables those measurements in a USB-powered device slightly bigger than a smartphone and at a fraction of the price of a spectrum analyzer.

The DSA800 series of spectrum analyzers collectively covers the 9 kHz to 1.5, 3.2, or 7.5 GHz frequency range. These systems feature a widescreen display, a compact design, and a simplified interface, making it ideal for benchtop or field apps in RF and wireless testing and production. The analyzers employ a Rigol digital IF filter to allow for smaller bandwidth settings and a reduction in displayed noise levels.

Rohde & Schwarz offers the new R&S®ZNA vector network analyzer with DUT-centric operating features that guide users quickly and conveniently to the desired measurement setup. With exceptional stability, low trace noise and excellent raw data capabilities, the analyzer is ideally suited for development and production applications that require high accuracy, such as developing and producing components and modules for A&D and satellite applications.

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.

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.