The compact, battery-powered and easy-to-use Network Master Pro MT1000A with 10G Multirate Module MU100010A has everything in a single, handy tester needed to install and maintain communication networks from 1.5 Mbps to 10 Gbps.
The all-in-one Network Master Flex MT1100A has the functions required for developing, manufacturing, installing and maintaining networks at bit rates from 1.5 Mbps to 100 Gbps. With four 100 Gbps ports, it supports R&D of the latest OTN 400 Gbps technologies using client signals, including Ethernet, Fibre Channel, SDH/SONET and PDH/DSn, now in development.
The mmWave market is the open frontier for a wireless communications world that is getting more and more crowded. As a result, many new technologies are being developed to take advantage of the bandwidth availability
at higher frequencies. This imposes several new challenges on developers, however, including:
- Higher propagation losses in mmWave frequencies
- A general lack of test equipment up to 70 GHz
By utilizing our patented non-linear transmission line (NLTL) technology, our new line of Ultraportable Spectrum Analyzers meets the need for test at higher frequencies while maintaining performance and affordability.
The Radio Communication Analyzer MT8821C is the all-in-one test platform for R&D and evaluation of LTE/LTE-Advanced/3G/2G UE (User Equipment). It can supports benchmark of LTE/LTE-Advanced terminals, including RF TRX evaluation, and functional tests by self unit. Also it can use for OTA testing, and functional testing.
This guide provides installation, registration, site planning, and on-site signal mapping instructions for the MA8100A NEON Signal Mapper.
Quick Start Guide
This manual provides service and maintenance information for the Anritsu Site Master S820E Cable & Antenna Analyzer. The information includes product descriptions, replaceable parts information, performance verification procedures, parts removal and replacement procedures, and troubleshooting information. The following terms are equivalent:
Soft Key is the same as Submenu Key
Hard Key is the same as Main Menu Key
The industry recognized specification for Passive Intermodulation (PIM) testing is IEC 62037. This specification
was first released in 1999 and updated in 2012. This specification defines the technical requirements for PIM
test equipment as well as provides test procedures for measuring RF components such as connectors, cable
assemblies, antennas and filters. The current version of the specification only addresses factory PIM testing.
A working group within the IEC will address the unique challenges of field PIM testing with portable test
equipment in a future release of the specification.
In order to promote measurement consistency, IEC 62037 currently recommends that components used in
mobile communications systems be tested using 2x 20 Watt (43 dBm) test tones. This recommendation
has served the wireless industry well through the development and deployment of 2G and 3G systems.
With the more stringent requirements of 4G and 5G systems, demand for higher linearity (lower PIM)
construction is needed. With this need, it is time to reassess the historical test power level recommended
by IEC 62037 and determine if 40 Watt (46 dBm) test power might better serve modern mobile
Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA) is a technique for geo-locating RF sources. It requires three or more
remote receivers (probes) capable of detecting the signal of interest. Each probe is synchronized in time to
capture corresponding I/Q data blocks. Software shifts the time signature of each I/Q data set to find the
difference in the arrival time at each probe. This gives the difference in the distance of the source from each
set of probes. Using several probes provides a set of curved lines that indicate solutions to the distance
equations. The actual RF source sits at the intersection of these lines.
TDOA can provide a very accurate location estimate (< 100 m) in a short period of time. To successfully use
TDOA it is essential to understand the type of signals that can be used, how the results depend on the
geometry of the measurement (probe and source
locations), what the sources of uncertainty are and
how to mitigate them, and how to know if the
answer is meaningful.
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
nonlinear 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. The MS2760A is truly
pocket sized, but big on performance with industry leading dynamic range, sweep speed, and amplitude accuracy.
This manual provides general information, as well as installation and operating information for the Anritsu
MS2760A Spectrum Master Ultraportable Spectrum Analyzer and Spectrum Master User Interface Software.
This manual provides maintenance instructions for the Anritsu MS2760A Spectrum Master. Familiarity with the basic operation of the MS2760A using the MS2760A GUI software is assumed (for
example, how to preset the instrument and set frequency, span and RBW settings).
For every measurement scenario from on-wafer device characterization to R&D testing to manufacturing and field operations, Anritsu continues to be the leader in VNA technologies and measurements.
Confidence on the Cutting Edge
In the Lab | On the Manufacturing Floor | In the Field
This guide provides general information, configuration and operation instructions for the 2000-1752-R wireless travel router.
MT1000A/MT1100A remote operation manual
MT1000A/MU100010A Network Master Pro Operation Manual
This is the operation manual of the MT1000A OTDR.
MT1100A Network Master Flex Operation Manual
The ShockLine MS46322A Series VNA is an instrument system that contains a built-in source, test set, and analyzer. Designed for manufacturing applications, the MS46322A series VNA supports remote test programming through LAN communications. Test results can be displayed real time on an external video monitor. Screen captures can easily be printed or saved in common graphic file formats.
The ShockLine MS46322A Series VNA provides a maximum frequency range from 10 MHz to 40 GHz. The ShockLine MS46322A Series VNA has up to 16,001 total test points available with up to 16 trace display graphs. Each trace can have up to 12 standard markers and one reference marker.
This is the operation manual for the MS46322A ShockLine VNA. The manual contains a product overview, installation instructions, and basic maintenance.
This manual provides information for remote operation of the ShockLine MS46121A/MS46122A/MS46322A VNAs using commands sent from an external controller via Ethernet.
This manual contains the following topics:
— A general description of bus data transfer and control functions
— A listing of the IEEE 488 Interface Function Messages recognized by the VNA
— A brief description of the Ethernet program interface to the VNA
— A complete listing and description of all the Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments (SCPI) commands that can be used to control VNA operation with examples of command usage
This manual is intended to be used in conjunction with the ShockLine MS46121A/122A/322A VNA Operation Manual – 10410-00335. Refer to that manual for general information about the ShockLine Series VNAs including equipment set up and front panel (manual mode) operating instructions.
This manual provides an overview of the ShockLine MS46122A Series Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) and a description of its major functions and available documentation. Additional information on initial inspection, preparation, hardware, and the user interface are included in the subsequent chapters.