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Site Master S114C/S332C Maintenance Manual

This manual provides maintenance instructions for the Site Master Model S114C and S332C Antenna, Cable, and Spectrum Analyzers. It describes the product and provides performance verification procedures, parts replacement procedures, and a replaceable parts list.

Maintenance Manual pdf 994.5 KB Version: D 6/17/2009

Site Master S113C/14C, S331C/32C User Guide

Antenna Cable and Spectrum Analyzer User's Guide. Hand-Held Tester for Transmission Lines and other RF Components.

User Guide pdf 1.0 MB Version: C 6/1/2002

Site Master S113C/13CQ/14C/14CQ/15CQ, S331C/32C Programming Manual

Programming manual for the Site Master Hand-Held Tester for Transmission Lines and other RF Components.

Programming Manual pdf 245.8 KB Version: B 4/1/2002

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Anritsu Software Tool Box (Full Installer)

The Anritsu Software Tool Box contains tools to help you make the most of your Anritsu RF Handheld Instruments. This installer may not require internet access while running. See the software tools pages for details. Anritsu Software Tool Box includes Line Sweep Tools, Master Software Tools, Wireless Remote Tools, easyTest Tools, and easyMap Tools. This stand-alone installer will download all Anritsu software needed to install your chosen PC Tools software, and do so all in one file. This is ideal if you will be doing the installation on a computer without internet access. Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 computers may still need internet access to download the Microsoft .NET 3.5 suite of support files.

Drivers Software Downloads exe 388.8 MB Version: 1.18 4/10/2019

Anritsu Software Tool Box (Web Installer)

The Anritsu Software Tool Box contains tools to help you make the most of your Anritsu RF Handheld Instruments. This installer requires internet access while running. See the software tools pages for details. Anritsu Software Tool Box includes Line Sweep Tools, Master Software Tools, Wireless Remote Tools, easyTest Tools, and easyMap Tools.

Drivers Software Downloads exe 401.0 KB Version: 1.09 1/9/2018

HHCL Version History

Release dates, Software Requirements, and Compatibility.

Drivers Software Downloads pdf 354.1 KB Version: 3.44 6/4/2008

Download Handheld Code Loader

Handheld Code Loader v3.44 Visit the Handheld Code Loader Home Page for quick access to the firmware, features, and version history (no registration required). Note: Master Software Tools (MST) now works on Site Master S311D, S331D, S312D, S332D and Cell Master MT8212B. We strongly recommend users to migrate to MST. This platform has numerous productivity advantages over the HHST and all future product enhancements will be done via MST. Visit the Master Software Tools (MST) Home Page for more information.

Drivers Software Downloads exe 7.0 MB 3/19/2008

Download Handheld Software Tools

Handheld Software Tools V6.61 (Release date: December 21, 2007) Handheld Software Tools has been replaced by Line Sweep Tools and will receive no further updates. Visit the Line Sweep Tools (LST) information page to learn more. Visit the Handheld Software Tools (HHST) information page for quick access to additional drivers, features, version history, etc.

Drivers Software Downloads exe 7.9 MB 12/21/2007

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What USB to Serial Adapters will work with my Sitemaster?

All the Site Master, Cell Master and Spectrum Master Products (excluding MS2721A) include an RS-232 serial port. Most of the new lap top computers available in today's market do not feature an RS-232 serial port but feature a Universal Serial Bus (USB) port instead. To address this issue, a USB to Serial adapter can be used. It is important to note that the adapter can not be used to communicate with the Handheld Code Loader software and can only be used to communicate with the Anritsu Handheld Software Tools (Version 6.49 or above) to download and upload traces. Most of the USB to Serial adapters available today in the market will work, provided the computer uses an operating system that supports USB interfaces and that Handheld Software Tools (Version 6.49 or above) is used. The following USB to Serial adapters have been evaluated by Anritsu and have been confirmed to work properly: . HP (5184-2172) . Belkin (F5U103) . Xircom (PGSDB9) . Keyspan (USA-19QW) . Delorme (DEL00331) . Tripp Lite (U209-000-R) . Anritsu (551-1691) If an earlier version of Handheld Software Tools is being used, only the Anritsu supplied adapter will work.

Why doesn't my USB to Serial adapter work?

The Sitemaster and the Handheld Software Tools program (HHST) will work with almost any commercially available USB to Serial adapter. If you don't have one yet, you can order one from us (P/N 551-1691) or pick one up from almost any electronics parts store (Fry's, Radio Shack, etc). You will have to install the drivers that come with the device and then go into control panel on your PC and manually set the Com port to Com 1 through Com 6, as these are the only ports our program will operate on. In Windows XP, you can do this by going to Control Panel, System, Hardware, Device Manager, Ports, Communications Port, Port Settings, Advanced, then click on the Com port pull-down; and it will show you which Com ports are in use on your machine. Set it to an unused port number 1 through 5. Then check the Com port settings in our program under Settings/Communication. It should match the port you have selected in Control Panel. Set the baud rate to 38,400 as this is the common rate limitation of most USB to serial adapters. After you get your setup working, you can experiment with higher baud rates if you wish. Note that newer units such as the D models can support higher transfer speeds than the older A and B models. You should also be using the latest version of Handheld Software Tools, which can be found by entering the term HHST in the search box on our website (www.us.anritsu.com). Sometimes it is useful to perform a Factory Default reset on the Sitemaster after trying unsuccessfully to communicate wit h it. This can be done by holding the Escape key in the upper righthand corner of the keypad while pressing the On/Off switch to turn the unit on. This will reset the unit but not affect any of the saved sweeps on it or the memory in any way. It simply helps to "clear the cobwebs" out of the unit.

I am trying to place my marker on a specific frequency, but the marker only allows me to go to a specified frequency (ie: I want to place it on 1950.3, but the marker jumps to 1949.xx or 1950.9x). Why does it do this?

Based on the resolution chosen, there are a discrete number of data points that are created and displayed on the graph. The markers can only fall on one of these discrete points in the graph. To find out the frequency spacing of the points from F1, use the following equation: (F2-F1)/# of points.

Why does it look like a short is occurring in my Antenna when I'm doing a DTF?

When doing a DTF, the unit is still calibrated to a particular frequency range, to check the frequency range that you are calibrated for: 1. Press the "Mode" Hard Key 2. Select "DTF" 3. Press the "DTF Aid" soft key 4. Look at F1 and F2, they represent the currently calibrated range of the unit. 5. If F1 and F2 are outside the frequency band of the antenna, it will look like a short, change the frequency range to the range of the antenna.

I'm trying to install the Handheld Code Loader (HHCL) program on an older PC running Windows 2000 or Windows ME. During installation the setup program informs me that my system files are out of date and asks if I want to update them. I choose yes and the program acts like it has upgraded them and asks me to reboot. After I reboot, I get the same messages as if the files were not upgraded.

After the program is downloaded and unzipped, there should be three files present: 1. Setup.exe 2. CodeLoader_vX.XX.CAB 3. SETUP.LST Please open SETUP.LST using Notepad. You will see a structure like this in the second paragraph. " [Bootstrap Files] File1=@VB6STKIT.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,6/18/98 12:00:00 AM,102912,6.0.81.69 File2=@MSVCRT40.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,5/31/98 12:00:00 AM,326656,4.21.0.0 File3=@olepro32.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,8/29/02 4:00:00 AM,106496,5.0.5014.0 File4=@COMCAT.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,5/31/98 12:00:00 AM,22288,4.71.1460.1 File5=@stdole2.tlb,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(TLBRegister),,8/29/02 4:00:00 AM,17920,3.50.5014.0 File6=@asycfilt.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,8/29/02 4:00:00 AM,77824,3.50.5014.0 File7=@oleaut32.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,8/29/02 4:00:00 AM,569344,3.50.5016.0 File8=@msvbvm60.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,8/29/02 4:00:00 AM,1388544,6.0.92.37 " Change File1 to File (delete the 1). Then save SETUP.LST, it should look like the example below: " [Bootstrap Files] File=@VB6STKIT.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,6/18/98 12:00:00 AM,102912,6.0.81.69 File2=@MSVCRT40.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,5/31/98 12:00:00 AM,326656,4.21.0.0 File3=@olepro32.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,8/29/02 4:00:00 AM,106496,5.0.5014.0 File4=@COMCAT.DLL,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,5/31/98 12:00:00 AM,22288,4.71.1460.1 File5=@stdole2.tlb,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(TLBRegister),,8/29/02 4:00:00 AM,17920,3.50.5014.0 File6=@asycfilt.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),,,8/29/02 4:00:00 AM,77824,3.50.5014.0 File7=@oleaut32.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,8/29/02 4:00:00 AM,569344,3.50.5016.0 File8=@msvbvm60.dll,$(WinSysPathSysFile),$(DLLSelfRegister),,8/29/02 4:00:00 AM,1388544,6.0.92.37 " Once SETUP.LST is saved with the above changes, run the Install Setup.exe.

Can I charge my Site Master battery and the spare battery at the same time?

Yes, by using the optional Battery Charger (2000-1029). The charger has two slots which can be populated with the Site Master battery (removed from the instrument) and the spare battery. The batteries will be charged sequentially. The battery charging procedure is outlined in the User's Guide.

My S113C will not allow me to set the F2 (upper) frequency to 2.4GHz.

The S113C and S114C site masters have an upper limit of 1.6GHz.

Why doesn't my USB to Serial adapter work?

The Sitemaster and the Handheld Software Tools program (HHST) will work with almost any commercially available USB to Serial adapter. If you don't have one yet, you can order one from us (P/N 551-1691) or pick one up from almost any electronics parts store (Fry's, Radio Shack, etc). You have to install the drivers that come with the device, and then you may have to go into control panel on your PC and manually set the Com port to Com 1 through Com 5, as these are the only ports the program will recognize. In Windows XP, you can do this by going to Control Panel, System, Hardware, Device Manager, Ports, Communications Port, Port Settings, Advanced, then click on the Com port pull-down; and it will show you which Com ports are in use on your machine. Set it to an unused port number 1 through 5, and everything should work. If not, please give us a call at 1-800-Anritsu.

I am trying to place my marker on a specific frequency, but the marker only allows me to go to a specified frequency (ie: I want to place it on 1950.3, but the marker jumps to 1949.xx or 1950.9x). Why does it do this?

Based on the resolution chosen, there are a discrete number of data points that are created in the graph. The markers can fall only on one of these discrete points in the graph. To find out how the points are spaced apart from F1: (F2-F1)/# of points.

Does Handheld Software Tools work with Microsoft Vista?

Yes, Handheld Software Tools 6.58 or later is compatible with Microsoft Vista. Also the driver for the USB to serial adapter cable from Tripp Lite should also be updated if necessary to work with Microsoft Vista. The driver for XP/Vista can be found at: http://www.tripplite.com/support/download/download.cfm?file=cables/U209-000-R.zip

My captured traces on Handheld Software Tools do not look same as they are saved in Site Master. Scale has changed (vertical side).

Before capturing Trace, go to Settings on Handheld Software Tools then Default Plot Setting and then select Per Site Master under Plot Scaling.

Will a Polyphaser alter the return loss of an antenna sweep?

The frequency response and isolation of the Polyphaser should be better than the Antenna. The Polyphaser would be transparent to the antenna sweeps response.

When creating Custom Cable list using Handheld Software Tools to upload to a Site Master, what is the maximum number of cable types that can be stored in the Site Master (current platform and old platform)?

125 cables for current platform and 49 cables for old platform. Current platform: MT2812B/S331D/S332D with firmware version of V3.00 or higher. Any S810D/S820D, regardless of firmware version. Old Platform: All other models/firmware versions other than listed above.

My traces are saved in .MDB format on my PC. How do I convert these traces to .DAT files?

In HHST go to File>Database>Select the data base you want to open. This will open a window called Site Master Database showing pointing to your database. Display records 1 at a time or display all depending on the version of HHST you are using. Save each record as a .DAT trace file one at a time.

What is the Return Loss specification for 2000-767/2000-768 Open/Short/Load?

The return loss specification is 40dB up to 2.5GHz and 38dB up to 4GHz.

I have saved my Site Master traces to a database. How do I view the files using HHST?

Using HHST (handheld software tools) select FILE -> Database. A window will pop up called "Select a Database" and from there you can either create a new database or open an existing one. Click on "Open a Database" and then click on "OK". In the window that pops up navigate to the location where the database is stored on your hard drive. Select it and then click "Open". You may get an error Number 5 and if so hit "OK" to ignore this error message. In the HHST screen you should see the "Site Master Database" window showing the traces saved in the database just opened. Note that you may need to click on the "Site Master Database" icon in the Windows Taskbar before the window is displayed.

How to interpret traces?

A return loss measurement is like using a SWR meter, it is a quick pass/fail type of measurement. DTF is used to identify where a problem occurs, your knowledge of the installation will indicate the type of problem. For example, a large spike in the middle of a main feed line indicates a problem. In some areas of the USA, cables make excellent target practice and bullet holes are common. A large spike typically indicates an open or short of some type. Somewhere in the middle, a crushed cable, ignoring the antenna. One thing, on long cable runs, you can use either VSWR or RL in DTF. For short cable runs, like jumpers, VSWR sometimes makes it easier to interpret the display.

How do I get the graph from Software Tools into a Word Document? Into Excel?

Software Tools provides several methods of exporting a graph for use in other applications. The Copy and Paste method will work for all MS Windows compatible programs. In addition, the File, Export function can save your Graph in a Windows Meta File format .WMF or to Text. The text file contains the data behind the graph for import into any spreadsheet.