Frequency Range: 9 kHz to 9/14/20/26.5/32/43.5/54 GHz
Anritsu’s Field Master Pro MS2090A real time spectrum analyzer delivers performance never previously available in a compact, handheld instrument. With continuous frequency coverage from 9 kHz to 54 GHz, the Field Master Pro MS2090A is specifically designed to meet the test challenges of a full range of other wireless technologies in use today, including: 5G, LTE, wireless backhaul, aerospace/defense, satellite systems, and radar.
The Field Master Pro MS2090A delivers the highest levels of RF performance available in a handheld, touchscreen spectrum analyzer, with a displayed average noise level (DANL) of -164 dBm and Third Order Intercept (TOI) of +20 dBm (typical). This makes measurements such as spectrum clearing, radio alignment, harmonic, and distortion even more accurate than previously possible. For modulation measurements on digital systems, 110 MHz modulation bandwidth coupled with best-in-class phase noise performance maximizes measurement precision, while ±0.5 dB typical amplitude accuracy provides confidence when testing transmitter power and spurious.
Ruggedized for field use, all versions provide a comprehensive range of features to speed and simplify measurement, as well as enhance usability. RTSA spans of 22 MHz (standard) to 110 MHz (optional) provide capability for cellular interference monitoring to full ISM band signal analysis. In addition to being a full span swept tuned spectrum analyzer, all versions include a spectrogram display that helps monitor the RF spectrum for intermittent or interfering signals. Integrated channel power and occupied bandwidth measurements simplify the measuring and characterizing of common radio transmission. IQ data capture of 5G frames enables the capture and saving of IQ data for off-line processing on a PC using standard data analysis tools.
- 9 kHz to 9/14/20/26.5/32/43.5/54 GHz
- DANL: -164 dBm (with preamp)
- TOI: +20 dBm (typical)
- Analysis bandwidth: 110 MHz
- Amp range: DANL to +30 dBm
- Phase noise at 1 GHz: -110 dBc/Hz @ 100 kHz offset (typical)
- Demodulation: 5GNR, LTE FDD, RF, and modulation quality plus SSB signal analysis
- Resolution bandwidth (RBW): 1 Hz to 10 MHz
- RTSA bandwidth: 22, 55, 110 MHz (option dependent)
- Amplitude accuracy: < 14 GHz ± 1.3 dB (± 0.5 dB, typical)
- Zero span with 60 ns minimum span
- IQ capture and streaming
Atomic Clock External Frequency Reference for Handheld Instruments
With an extremely low power consumption of <200 mW, the MA25401A brings the accuracy and stability of an atomic clock frequency reference to Anritsu’s handheld products. The MA25401A Atomic Clock Frequency Reference has short-term stability (Allan Deviation) of 3.0e–10 @ t = 1 sec, typical long-term aging of <9e–10 per month, and maximum frequency change of ±5e–10 over an operating temperature range of –10 °C to 55 °C. The MA25401A 10 MHz output may be used to synchronize the internal frequency reference to an external reference clock to within 5 ppb accuracy. A USB C interface is used for power.
MA25424A IQ Data Converter is required in order to stream data from the Field Master Pro MS2090A spectrum analyzer to the Bird IQC5000B RF record and playback system.
MX280006A IQ Acquisition Tool supports IQ streaming to a PC from Anritsu’s Field Master. The tool helps establish a connection from the PC to the instrument using the IP address. Users then setup an IQ stream via Ethernet or PCIe (MS2090A only) and the IQ Capture Tool facilitates the transfer into PC storage.
PCIe Streaming Kit
MA25101A PCIe Streaming Kit works in conjunction with Option 125 IQ Streaming to stream high bandwidth data directly to a PC. The kit includes a PCIe cable, a PCIe card, and two sizes of PC mounting brackets.
2000-1985-R Isotropic EMF Probe for use with Option 445
The 2000-1985-R Isotropic EMF Probe, in conjunction with MS2090A Option 445 EMF Meter, offers a broadband EMF measurement from 20 MHz to 40 GHz with excellent accuracy and speed. Simply connect the probe to a USB port on the Field Master Pro, open the EMF Meter application (requires Option 445) and easily measure the EMF energy as a percentage of FCC public, FCC technician, ICNIRP public, or ICNIRP public limits.
PC based VSA software for use with IQ data captured from a Field Master Pro MS2090A Handheld Spectrum Analyzer.
MX280005A Vector Signal Analysis PC software for Field Master Pro MS2090A is for testing physical layer modulation quality of various transmission standards. It serves a wide variety of markets, from aerospace to public safety (TETRA) to satellite communications and commercial electronics (ZigBee, Wi-Fi).
The MX280005A Vector Signal Analysis PC software is designed to perform physical layer modulation analysis of common communication transmitter signals. During the design and manufacturing stages of a wireless communication system, it is common to measure the modulation quality with benchtop instruments. Using the IQ capture option of the Field Master Pro MS2090A (Option 128 required) together with the MX280005A software these measurements can be validated in a field environment. Framed and unframed signals are supported. In framed mode, the software decodes common wireless signals including public safety (TETRA, P25, and DMR) to aerospace and satellite communications. In unframed mode, the software analyzes continuous modulation such as DQPSK, QAM, ASK, and FSK. The Field Master Pro MS2090A supports IQ captures up to 110 MHz bandwidth meaning narrow band communications signals or wideband satellite downlink signals can be captured and analyzed with the same application.
MX280005A software can initiate the capture of IQ data from a Field Master Pro MS2090A over an Ethernet connection or a data capture can be triggered manually through the Field Master Pro MS2090A touchscreen. Multiple analysis formats are provided including signal spectrum, EVM, constellation diagrams, eye diagrams, and numeric result tables. A comprehensive insight into all aspects of the transmitter performance is provided as multiple results windows can be displayed simultaneously.
||824 MHz to 896 MHz, N(f), 12.3 dBi, Yagi
||885 MHz to 975 MHz, N(f), 12.6 dBi, Yagi
||1710 MHz to 1880 MHz, N(f), 12.3 dBi, Yagi
||1850 MHz to 1990 MHz, N(f), 11.4 dBi, Yagi
||2400 MHz to 2500 MHz, N(f), 14.1 dBi, Yagi
||1920 MHz to 2170 MHz, N(f), 14.3 dBi, Yagi
||698 MHz to 787 MHz, N(f), 10.1 dBi, Yagi
||1425 MHz to 1535 MHz, N(f), 14.3 dBi, Yagi
||Directional Antenna, 698 MHz to 2500 MHz, N(f), gain of 2 dBi to 10 dBi, typical
||Antenna, 2500 MHz to 2700 MHz, N(f), 14.1 dBi, Yagi
||Antenna, Log Periodic, 300 MHz to 7000 MHz, N(f), 5.1 dBi, typical
||Antenna, Log Periodic, 1 GHz to 18 GHz, N(f), 6 dBi, typical
||Portable Directional Antenna, 9 kHz to 20 MHz, N(f)
||Portable Directional Antenna, 20 MHz to 200 MHz, N(f)
||Portable Directional Antenna, 200 MHz to 500 MHz, N(f)
||Portable Yagi Antenna, 450 MHz to 512 MHz, N(f), 7.1 dBi
||Portable Yagi Antenna, 380 MHz to 430 MHz, N(f), 7.1 dBi
||806 MHz to 866 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω
||870 MHz to 960 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω
||896 MHz to 941 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
||1710 MHz to 1880 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
||1710 MHz to 1880 MHz with knuckle elbow (1/2 wave)
||1850 MHz to 1990 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
||1920 MHz to 1980 MHz and 2110 MHz to 2170 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω
||2400 MHz to 2500 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
||2400 MHz to 2500 MHz, 5000 MHz to 6000 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω
||698 MHz to 960 MHz, 1710 MHz to 2100 MHz, 2500 MHz to 2700 MHz, SMA(m), 2 dB, typical, 50 Ω
||Antenna Kit (Consists of: 2000-1030-R, 2000-1031-R, 2000-1032-R, 2000-1200-R, 2000-1035-R,
2000-1361-R, and carrying pouch)
Directional Horn Antennas
||17.6 GHz to 26.7 GHz, WR42, 25 dBi gain
||26.4 GHz, to 40.1 GHz, WR28, 25 dBi gain
||33.0 GHz to 50.1 GHz, WR22, 25 dBi gain
||39.3 GHz to 59.7 GHz, WR19, 25 dBi gain
The 5G Evolution of Indoor Wireless Networks for Smart Buildings and Manufacturing Facilities
5G technology has introduced some exciting possibilities for in-building functions. The “smart” buildings and manufacturing facilities of tomorrow will include new functions such as IoT, factory automation, machine learning devices, and cloud compute applications. To handle these new features, network architectures will change, frequency bands will be added, and new network features will be introduced. In this webinar, we will examine how the indoor wireless networks will evolve as we move to 5G, and the challenges in managing these complex networks to ensure performance and reliability for both commercial as well as the public safety networks.
Understanding Real-Time Spectrum Analysis
Real-time spectrum analysis (RTSA) provides signal insight previously only available in high-end lab and benchtop solutions. RTSA allows gapless capture and display of rapidly changing and highly intermittent signals. The digital nature of RTSA also makes a variety of analysis and display technologies possible that traditionally required multiple hardware platforms.