Anritsu’s Mobile InterferenceHunter™ is a quick and reliable way to find multiple emitters, or single emitters even in difficult reception conditions. The ability to work with multiple signal sources, reflections, RF shadows, and multi-path distinguish the Mobile InterferenceHunter from conventional systems that depend solely on directional antennas. The ability to work with signals that are intermittent, bursty, or drift rapidly in frequency separate the Mobile InterferenceHunter from more expensive solutions targeted at a single fixed frequency interferer. The Mobile InterferenceHunter’s post-capture analysis capability allows users to modify search parameters without re-driving the route. This allows re-analysis of the captured data as well as consulting with experts.
Pasternack offers a new line of flexible precision VNA test cables rated to 50 or 67 GHz. Designed for use as VNA test port extenders, these cables are able to withstand the severities of lab testing where they are constantly flexed during common testing situations. Some of the most common applications that benefit from these cables include semiconductor probe testing, precise bench top testing, and lab/production testing where highly flexible and durable cable solutions are required.
Power Master is an ultraportable, USB-powered mmWave power analyzer enabling simple, numeric, frequency-based measurement of RF power from 9 kHz to 70 GHz and as low as -90 dBm. Traditional power meters are broadband and have limited power ranges, so engineers and technicians are using spectrum analyzers which include many unneeded features, cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, and take up half the test bench just to make simple, frequency-based RF amplitude measurements. The Power Master enables those measurements in a USB-powered device slightly bigger than a smartphone and at a fraction of the price of a spectrum analyzer.
The MS46122B is a series of three PC-controlled Compact ShockLine Vector Network Analyzers with a frequency range from 1 MHz to 8/20/43.5 GHz. The series benefits from patented ShockLine VNA-on-chip technology, which simplifies the internal VNA architecture at high frequencies, reduces instrument cost, and enhances accuracy and measurement repeatability.
All the members of the MS46122B series are low cost full-reversing 2-port VNAs aimed at RF and microwave applications in manufacturing, engineering and education. All three MS46122B VNAs have 220 microseconds per point sweep speed and better than 100 dB dynamic range making them suitable for a variety of device test applications.
Modern RF/Microwave systems increasingly are pushing their performance to the limits of technology. Designers write tighter specifications on components and define more rigid signal parameters. All of which leaves Field Maintenance Personnel scrambling to find more accurate and yet affordable handheld test equipment. Anritsu introduces industry's most affordable, yet comprehensive solution, the MS2024B VNA Master (500 kHz to 4 GHz). It's a Vector Network Analyzer, it's a Power Meter and it's a Vector Voltmeter.
This spectrum analyzer is battery powered and compact, making it ideal for field engineers that don’t want to carry around a large and cumbersome bench-top unit. It covers the 5 MHz to 2,500 MHz frequency range and has a span width of 0-1300 MHz.
The R&S®FPL1000 is the latest addition to Rohde & Schwarz’ family of signal and spectrum analyzers. It is designed to cover the frequency range from 5 kHz to 3 GHz, and is an ideal instrument for use in the lab, and production and service applications. By combining the functionality of a benchtop instrument with the portability of a handheld instrument, this instrument offers high sensitivity and low phase performance so that even small interfering signals next to the carrier can be analyzed.
The SiteHawk Analyzer is capable of fast swept measurements with seven user-selectable trace capture options. The SK-4500-TC and SK-200-TC units are available for coverage over the 1-4500 MHz and 300 kHz-200 MHz frequency ranges, which can be set using either Start/Stop or Center/Span frequencies.