This guide provides important notices, warranty, safety, and regulatory compliance information for Anritsu RF and microwave handheld analyzers. Be sure to read these important notices before operating the
equipment. P/N: 10100-00065
The Site Master S331L is a one-port, 2MHz to 4GHz hand held cable and antenna analyzer designed to make Return Loss, VSWR, Cable
Loss, Distance-To-Fault (DTF), and power measurements in the field. P/N: 11410-00616
The Site Master S331L is a one-port, 2 MHz to 4 GHz hand held cable and antenna analyzer designed to make Return Loss, VSWR, Cable Loss, Distance-To-Fault (DTF), and power measurements in the field. P/N: 11410-00640
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
defense systems. P/N: 11410-00235
Overview of RF and Microwave instruments available to meet a variety of solutions. Featuring the frequency range, measurements, and other key features. P/N: 11410-00800
This Online Help System is a compilation of manuals for easier viewing. P/N: 10450-00028
Online Help System
The Site Master S331L User Guide describes the instrument's system and file management functions and explains how to perform Cable and
Antenna measurements. P/N: 10580-00321
This is a comprehensive catalog of all available instructor-led certification courses offered by Anritsu. It includes course descriptions, the handheld instruments that are used in the training, the number of days required for each type of class and what a student can expect to learn. P/N: 11410-00397
A small 2 page flyer to showcase the right tools needed to achieve best in class network reliability. P/N: 11410-00855
Discover Anritsu's best-in-class tools which will help your technicians and engineers optimize all areas of your network and elevate your network reliability to best-in-class. P/N: 11410-00617
This document is an industry review of techniques and procedures for evaluation of RF network testing. P/N: 11410-00700
This 2 page quick overview highlights the key specifications, standard accessories and recommended spare accessories. P/N: 11410-00662
With the large increase in mobile data traffic, network operators are moving the BBU (BaseBand Units) from macro cell sites to a common central location allowing greater flexibility and cost savings. The connection from the BBU to the RRH (Remote Radio Head) is most commonly via CPRI at rates between 614.4 kbps to 10,137.6 Mbps. P/N: 11410-00927
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. P/N: 11410-00571
Transport, Optical & RF Testing for all Elements of the C-RAN Network.
Anritsu has a long history of testing all aspects of the C-RAN. Our instruments evolve to meet the new challenges of testing the C-RAN
networks being rolled out today. Put our experience to work for you!
In this paper we will focus on losses due to reflections. These reflections are measured using a cable and antenna analyzer such as the Anritsu Site Master. Operators often specify that the worst case reflections (return loss) over the operating frequency range of the system must be 18 dB. But, what exactly does that mean? It means the reflected signal must be 18 dB lower than the signal that is transmitted into the system. Or, another way of looking of this is that the reflected signal must be less than 1/64th the magnitude of the signal transmitted into the system. Where did this limit come from? In many cases, it has been based on what an operator knows is possible when high quality components are installed according to the manufacturer’s specifications using good workmanship. As feed systems become shorter and antenna systems are required to operate over broader frequency ranges, achieving an 18 dB return loss may not be practical.
The purpose of an in-building wireless (IBW) system is to provide enhanced network coverage
and/or capacity when the existing macro network is not able to adequately service the
demand. Coverage may be poor due to high penetration losses caused by the building
structure or due to low emissivity glass installed to improve the thermal performance of the building. In dense urban environments, adjacent buildings may create an RF barrier that blocks coverage from nearby macro sites. Tall buildings typically have poor coverage on
upper floors since macro site antennas, many floors below, are specifically designed to
suppress energy radiating above the horizon. Capacity may be an issue in venues such as
stadiums, coliseums and convention centers where many thousands of users may be trying to
simultaneously access the network.
The cable and antenna system plays a crucial role of the overall performance of a Base Station system. Degradations and failures in the antenna system may cause poor voice quality or dropped calls. From a carrier standpoint, this could eventually result in loss of revenue. P/N: 11410-00427
This guide provides general information, configuration and operation instructions for the 2000-1752-R wireless travel router. P/N: 10580-00432
Learn about the performance verification, battery life, assembly replacement and troubleshooting for the Site Master S331L in this 42-page maintenance manual.