EMF Measurements are designed to be easy to use while providing the user with numerous automated features to enable the ability to perform the job more quickly and more efficiently.
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Anritsu’s Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Measurement System is designed to measure radiation compliance with various national standards for personal safety set by governmental regulatory authorities. Many countries have mandated EMF safety testing in areas where cellular or other high power transmission antennas are located. The EMF option is primarily targeted to both cellular operators and government regulators. Additionally, contractors and small service companies perform building inspections and field surveys to monitor radiation exposure intensities in areas situated near transmission antennas.
Anritsu’s EMF Measurement System is designed to be easy to use, while providing the user with numerous automated features which will enable them to do their job quickly and more efficiently. Electromagnetic field measurements (EMF, Option 0444) are available on the following Anritsu products: MS2711E, MS2712E, MS2713E, MS2720T, MT8212E, MT8213E and S412E. Firmware version 1.56 or later is required (v1.12 for MS2720T).
EMF Option (0444) provides the capability to measure electromagnetic field radiation when used in conjunction with an Anritsu isotropic antenna. Automated measurements can be taken using user-definable time intervals.
Anritsu’s ElectroMagnetic Field (EMF) Measurement System is designed to measure radiation compliance with various national and international standards for personal safety set by governmental regulatory authorities, see figure 1. This application note will outline optimal methods for setting up the Anritsu EMF system (option 444), taking measurements and insuring compliance with various radiation standards.
The EMF system employs several types of measurements. These include broadband “spectrum analyzer” modes where total field strength is measured across the frequency band of interest. Additionally, demodulated measurements for LTE, TD-LTE and W-CDMA signals can be measured for health and safety impact. The advantage of performing demodulated measurements is the ability to extrapolate the measurements to assume a fully loaded channel. This provides the ability to take EMF measurements assuming a “worst case” scenario.