90 dB dynamic range
Typical communications industry ATE systems operate over a 60 to 80 dB dynamic range. The MA247xD Series' 90 dB dynamic range replaces two 50 dB sensors.
High reliability/Field Ready
Rugged poly-carbonate chassis design handles rough field treatment and is splash resistant.
The MA24xx Series Power Sensors offer a typical 5 to 6 dB improvement in sensor return loss, typically cutting mismatch uncertainty in half.
- Softkey menu control
Softkey menus simplify instrument control by making the user interface easier to understand. The numerical keypad simplifies the operator interface.
The optional NiMH “Smart” battery supports high charge density for a typical 8 hour day of operation.
The ML2430A Series also supports high speed voltage measurement. A rear panel BNC measures voltage or operates as V/GHz input supporting automated sensor calibration factor correction.
Ideal for CW or Field Applications
GPIB speed and emulation
- Speed Accuracy and Flexibility in a low cost package
- Portable, Rugged, andS plash Resistant.
- Optional NiMH battery, providing six hours continouas operation
Data acquisition event arming and triggering functions
- Measure and transfer a high speed burst of 200 data points using profile operating mode with sampling rates of 35k per second.
- With 99.9% emulation of older meters, the ML2430A series improves ATE system productivity. Typical test system speed improvement is 2 to 10 times faster system speed.
Burst profile graphics display
- Triggering delay and the sample integration time per reading can be directly controlled by the operator.
- Trigger sources include, continuous, internal, external TTL, and manual.
Power vs. Time graphics display
- Random repetitive sampling for high resolution of fast signals. A time domain graphic display profiles pulsed signals over a power range of –40 dBm to +20 dBm.
- 35 kHz sampling speed produces clear power profiles of cellular and PCS signals including TDMA, PHS, GSM, and DCS-1800. Pulse-top power is easily and repeatably measured using between cursor averaging.
- Measure pulse-top power over >80 dB dynamic range in readout mode at GPIB speeds >200 readings per second.
- Pulsed Power or TDMA signals available. The power versus time mode is a strip chart style display.
- In service applications, power versus time mode speeds trouble shooting of unusual conditions such as intermittent switches or abnormal power control in a mobile telephone.
- Frame Triggering allows the user to measure the average power accross a time slot.