Handheld Spectrum Analyzer Covers Continuously To 54 GHz

Anritsu Company’s Field Master Pro MS2090A RF handheld spectrum analyzer boasts the industry’s highest continuous frequency coverage up to 54 GHz, real-time spectrum analysis bandwidth up to 100 MHz, and a ruggedized design to withstand the demands of field test. Seven models are available with frequency coverage of 9 kHz to 9/14/20/26.5/32/44 and 54 GHz.

 

The family features best-in-class performance, such as Displayed Average Noise Level (DANL) of <-160 dBm and Third Order Intercept (TOI) of typically +20 dBm. The 100 MHz modulation bandwidth, along with a phase noise of typically -110 dBc/Hz at 100 kHz offset, permit highly accurate modulation measurements on digital systems to be made. A ±0.5 dB (typical) amplitude accuracy ensures reliable measurements of transmitter power and spurious events.

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A viable test tool for the rollout of 5G New Radio (5G NR), the Field Master Pro MS2090A supports 5G NR demodulation, including cell ID, beam ID, RSRP/RSRQ, SINR, and EVM in all 5G bands (sub-6 GHz [3.5 GHz] and millimeter-wave [28 GHz and 39 GHz]). It can also be used to conduct compliance testing, including EIRP, spectral emission mask, and time offset, as well as harmonic and spurious testing. Real-time spectrum analysis spans up to 100 MHz are possible.

 

The Field Master Pro MS2090A's 100 MHz bandwidth allows for real-time spectrum analysis. As many as six traces can be individually configured to display clear/write, max or min hold, and average. It can be integrated with the NEON MA8100A Signal Mapper to create a 3D in-building or wide area outdoor coverage mapping solution. To learn more, peruse the Field Master Pro MS2090A datasheet.

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