Anritsu Company introduces an on-screen coverage mapping option for its “E” Series Spectrum Master™, Site Master™ and Cell Master™ handheld analyzers. The option has been developed to help wireless service providers, public safety users, land mobile radio operators and government officials verify system coverage and perform spectrum clearing before installing new radio services.
P25 and NXDN measurement options for handheld spectrum analyzers introduced by Anritsu Company. Installers, maintainers, and certifiers of public safety and business communications systems have advanced test tool to ensure network operation.
Cost-effective LTE fading simulator introduced by Anritsu Company. MF6900A is designed for use with MD8430A signaling tester and provides LTE terminal and chipset manufacturers with cost-efficient, accurate test solution.
Anritsu Company announces it has extended the low-end frequency of its MN469xB VectorStar 4-port test sets, making the instruments the first microwave multiport Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) solutions to measure down to 70 kHz. The MN469xB series now combines DC coverage and the wide dynamic range time domain capability of a VNA.
Anritsu Co. introduces the MT8855A, an integrated test set capable of measuring the new generation of products using the Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), headset profile and hands-free profile. Providing frequency coverage of 20 Hz to 20 kHz, the MT8855A offers lower cost-of-test and significantly reduced development time.
Highly Accurate Microwave USB Power Sensors with Range to 18 GHz Introduced by Anritsu Company. MA24108A / MA24118A Provide Accurate Power Measurements up to 18 GHz over 60 dB Dynamic Range and are Well Suited for Commercial and Aerospace / Defense Applications.
Anritsu Introduces High Performance Handheld 2-Port Vector Network Analyzers. New VNA Master Models Have Frequency Coverage from 5 kHz to 20 GHz with 750 µsec/pt Measurement Speed To Ensure Accurate 2-Port Measurements.
The Anritsu MS4640A Vector Network Analyzer offers a new level of performance for device modeling engineers struggling to accurately and reliably characterize their devices, for R&D engineers pushing the last fraction of a dB out of their state-of-the-art designs, and for the manufacturing engineer trying to maximize throughput without sacrificing accuracy.
Anritsu Company introduces the first test solutions that support next-generation PHS (XGP: eXtended Global Platform) to help ensure the successful rollout of XGP in the marketplace. Three software packages have been developed for use with Anritsu’s MS269xA Signal Analyzers and MG3700A Vector Signal Generator.