Overview of RF and Microwave instruments available to meet a variety of solutions. Featuring the frequency range, measurements, and other key features.
Now in the tenth generation of handheld analyzers, Site Master, LMR Master, Cell Master, BTS Master, Spectrum Master, VNA Master, and PIM Master offers a wide solution to meet a variety of needs.
Poster showcasing the RF and Microwave Handheld analyzers options. Features Cable and Antenna Analyzers, Base Station Analyzers, Spectrum Analyzers, Vector Network Analyzers, and PIM Analyzers.
The Spectrum Master MS2760A is an innovative, new mmWave spectrum analyzer design.
It delivers basic spectrum analysis capabilities well below the price point of traditional
spectrum analyzers and in an unimaginably small form factor that operates from 9 kHz
up to 110 GHz.
Until recently, one of the only options available to engineers for making spectrum analysis measurements at mmWave frequencies required using external harmonic mixers to downconvert signals into frequency ranges of available spectrum analyzers. These mixers can produce artifacts, making it difficult to distinguish between the behavior of the device under test (DUT) and the mixer. These artifacts can also add erroneous power to the signal, impacting the measurement. This is in addition to the already reduced amplitude
sensitivity, frequency accuracy/stability, and the increased cost of adding the mixer.
The Spectrum Master MS2760A does not use harmonic mixers in order to reach the required frequencies. By utilizing Anritsu's patented non-linear transmission line (NLTL) technology, it is capable of performing
single sweep coverage from 9 kHz up to 110 GHz (model dependent). As a result, the Spectrum Master MS2760A provides a cleaner response in the mmWave bands.
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.
The MS2760A is truly pocket sized, but big on performance with class-leading dynamic range, sweep speed, and amplitude accuracy.
Its ultraportable size enables direct connect to almost any DUT, eliminating the need for lossy, expensive cables or antennas. The MS2760A is the world's first handheld millimeter-wave spectrum analyzer to provide continuous coverage from 9 kHz up to 110 GHz, positioning it perfectly for growing millimeter-wave applications like 5G, 802.11ad, satellite communications, automotive radar, and more.
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.
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The wireless industry is on the brink of a large technology inflection that is almost analogous to the transition from analog to digital communication. Development of 5G is a major step-function in commercial technology, utilizing spectrum initially at 28 GHz and 39 GHz, with a long-term roadmap traveling into the 70 GHz bands. This is a far cry from the <6 GHz used by previous commercial wireless standards over the past 15 years.
This article discusses commercial infiltration as well as test tool requirements needed to help support the Department of Defense and National Security with these challenges.
5G networks will provide wider channel bandwidths and
greater data capacity than current 4G networks. Channel
bandwidths greater than 200 MHz and data rates of tens of
gigabits per second are planned.
Read more about these new test Challenges.
Anritsu is the leader of high frequency microwave connector technology and is driven by an ongoing commitment to exceed customer needs. Anritsu created and trademarked the K Connector® with coverage to 40 GHz, along with a complete family of 40 GHz test equipment. It was an immediate success and today is used on many commercial components, test fixtures, and
The Anritsu MS2760A is the world’s first handheld mmWave spectrum analyzer to provide continuous coverage from 9 kHz up to 110 GHz. Leveraging Anritsu’s patented NLTL technology, the Spectrum Master MS2760A shatters the cost, size, and performance barriers associated with traditional larger instruments. Not only does it offer best-in-class dynamic range, sweep speed, and amplitude accuracy, its ultraportable size enables users to get very close or even direct connect with almost any device-under-test (DUT) – eliminating the need for lossy expensive cables or minimizing over-the-air path loss.
Solve all your measurement needs with Anritsu's wide line-up of signal and spectrum analyzers, ranging from high-performance and multi-function, high-end models for R&D to handheld types for field use.
The Ultraportable Spectrum Analyzer Declaration of Conformity is a special document issued by Anritsu to state that the product meets all of the applicable legislation and European directives.
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.
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).
10 m USB 3.0 Active Extension Cable for use with the MS2760A Spectrum Master and the MA24507A Power Master.
This white paper will discuss issues of transferring millimeter wave signals through coax cable within a test system and the benefits of improved measurement accuracy by reducing the size of the test equipment and using fewer interconnections.