Anritsu Company introduces the Rubidium™ signal generator family that delivers outstanding signal purity and frequency stability, even at high output power levels, across a broad frequency range of 9 kHz to 43.5 GHz.
Anritsu Company introduces a hardware option that extends the frequency of its TRX Test Module MU887002A for its Universal Wireless Test Sets MT8870A and MT8872A from 6 GHz to 7.3 GHz to address emerging Wi-Fi 6E designs.
De-embedding methods making significant structural assumptions have become popular in mm-wave fixtures because of the relative immunity to repeatability and standards availability problems at the DUT. The intrinsic errors, repeatability and configuration sensitivities are studied in this work with examples in the WR-10 and WR-2.2 bands.
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Anritsu Company has expanded its industry-leading CPRI RF field handheld analyzer portfolio to address the emerging requirements associated with testing high-speed LTE base stations. Among the enhancements are the ability to display four unique AxC traces, as well as support for CPRI Line Rate 8 and 20 MHz compression. Available on select Anritsu Site Master™, BTS Master™, Spectrum Master™, and Cell Master™ instruments, the new capabilities provide wireless carrier technicians, engineers and wireless contractors with the necessary tools to install and verify CPRI-based radios using optical fiber, SFPs, and RRHs, as well as to solve problems during installation and maintenance.
Anritsu Co., as part of its commitment to developing 5G technology, announces its participation in the National Science Foundation (NSF)-led Advanced Wireless Research Initiative, which includes a program to enable the design, development, deployment and operations of four city-scale testing Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) over the next decade. The Advanced Wireless Research Initiative is further aligned with the White House Smart Cities Initiative, which aims to make it easier for cities, federal agencies, universities, and the private sector to work together to research and test, sometimes at scale, new technologies that can help make United States cities and communities more inhabitable, cleaner and more equitable.