SpectraVision is a suite of software options and tools used with Anritsu’s MS2710XA product line of spectrum monitors. SpectraVision is a highly modular software system covering the entire frequency range of Anritsu's
Remote Spectrum Monitors. Various features incorporated into the software allow users to quickly perform automated analyses of the frequency spectrum, record measurements and generate optional reports detailing
signal quality and performance characteristics. P/N: 11410-00960
This Online Help System describes the software functions and working instructions of the SpectraVision software. Based on an efficient, proven client-server principle, the software architecture allows for shared devices (instruments) and remote services. SpectraVision software works only with Anritsu's product line of remote Spectrum Monitors. P/N: 10450-00060
Online Help System
The Anritsu platform of spectrum monitors provides high performance real-time monitoring of the radio spectrum. Designed to be stable over time under continuous operation, the MS27101A monitor provides superior sweep speeds, high dynamic range, and low spurious levels for fast and accurate measurements. Applications include monitoring for interference, white space analysis, unlicensed transmission discovery, and signal coverage. P/N: 11410-00853
This user guide describes the software functions and working instructions of the SpectraVision software. Based
on an efficient, proven client-server principle, the software architecture allows for shared devices (instruments)
and remote services. SpectraVision software works only with Anritsu's product line of remote Spectrum Monitors. P/N: 10580-00428
To communicate with the MS2710xA Remote Spectrum Monitor or to change its IP configuration, a PC must be correctly set up to communicate with the instrument via a direct connection using a static IP. The sections in this guide explain using:
– a Windows PC to directly communicate with the Anritsu spectrum monitor
– SCPI commands for configuring the Ethernet and DNS settings
– the Anritsu Windows network discovery tool to find the instrument IP address
Quick Start Guide
The MS27103A is ideal for satellite operators and broadcasters who need to rely on clear
communication channels to ensure optimal
performance. A typical earth station will consist of many satellite dishes, all of which need to be monitored in real time. The MS27103A multiport remote spectrum monitor enables the spectrum of each satellite uplink or downlink to be monitored for spectral purity and the presence of interferers. Alarms can be automatically triggered on detection of unwanted interferers that would degrade the signal integrity.
Interference mitigation of cellular networks
is a top priority for optimizing networks and
maximizing revenue for cellular network operators. The MS27103A provides spectrum assurance with all applications being accessed and controlled remotely. Interference and unusual signal activity can be monitored and recorded, threshold alarms can be set and signals of interest geo-located. With the Anritsu spectrum monitoring system, your
spectrum investment is protected.
Reliable communications are critical for both military operations and for testing high-tech systems which rely on wireless command and control. Security at military facilities, national boarders, utilities, airports and other sensitive sites must all have access to communications free of impediments and distortion. Spectrum monitoring is crucial to insure that such facilities remain free of
The MS27102A is part of a spectrum monitoring system used to identify and measure spectrum usage and to locate and remove illegal or unlicensed interference signals. This is key in keeping critical communication channels such as transport, broadcasting, public
safety and utilities free of impediments and distortion. Regulating the use of radio transmissions and mitigating interference in the spectrum has become a high priority with government regulators.
Remote spectrum monitoring plays a critical role in how governmental, regulatory and commercial enterprises deal with interference within the licensed spectrum. Knowing the tools available to them helps entities make an informed decision when selecting a solution for their particular application.
Anritsu’s spectrum monitor system provides the operator and DAS vendor with an efficient and
automated method for identifying, detecting and geo-locating problem signals in the network
environment. The MS27103A with its 12 or 24 RF In ports is the ideal solution for monitoring
multiple carriers on multiple sectors. These monitors can be positioned at the BTS to measure the
receive (uplink) paths of the network to quickly identify the presence of unwanted signals. Used
with the optional Vision™ application software, the MS27103A can store spectrum history, provide
threshold alarm triggering and geo-locate
the source of interference
quickly and accurately.