Anritsu Co. will showcase its field test solution portfolio that addresses the critical needs of field engineers and technicians responsible for erecting, servicing, and maintaining broadcast and telecommunications towers at NATE 2015. Wireless professionals responsible for front haul and backhaul, DAS, and Remote Radio Heads (RRHs) will find market-leading handheld analyzers in the Anritsu booth (#401) throughout the show, to be held by the National Association of Tower Erectors in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., February 24-25.
Recognizing the importance of locating and eliminating passive intermodulation (PIM), Anritsu will show its latest PIM Master™ - the MW82119B 40 Watt, battery-operated PIM analyzer – at NATE 2015. The MW82119B combines comprehensive PIM analysis with a 2 MHz to 3 GHz cable and antenna analyzer, eliminating the need to carry multiple instruments to measure cell site RF performance. With PIM Master, tower and maintenance contractors, network installers, and wireless service providers can now use one solution to fully certify cell site cable and antenna systems.
Anritsu will also provide a testing solution featuring its BTS Master™ MT8220T handheld base station analyzer to address the growth of DAS installations. Small, lightweight and battery operated, the MT8220T combines line sweeping, comprehensive signal analysis, spectrum analysis and interference tracking in an easy-to-use instrument that is compact enough to accommodate DAS environments.
To meet the backhaul and front haul requirements of 4G networks, Anritsu will display its portable optical test solutions at NATE 2015. The Network Master™ MT9090 configured with uOTDR and GigE modules and ACCESS Master™ MT9083 are compact, easy-to-use solutions for accurate Remote Radio Unit (RRU), Fiber to the Antenna (FTTA) and Fiber to the Cell Site or Tower (FTTT) measurements. The Network Master™ Pro MT1000A then verifies the IP-based transport network to ensure proper installation and maintenance of today’s backhaul systems.
Anritsu will display its industry-leading Site Master™ handheld cable and antenna analyzers, as well. Field proven for more than a decade, the Site Master family delivers highly accurate Distance-to-Fault (DTF) cable and antenna analysis during wireless network installation and maintenance.
At NATE 2015, Anritsu will also proudly donate a handheld analyzer to be bid on at an auction conducted by the Tower Family Foundation. Proceeds from the event will be used by the Foundation to help the families of injured and fallen tower workers.
To learn more visit www.anritsu.com.