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Anritsu introduces signal analyzer with best-in-class close-in phase noise performance to verify narrowband wireless equipment and devices

March 31, 2016
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Anritsu has introduced the MS2840A signal analyzer that features broad frequency coverage of 9 kHz to 44.5 GHz and best-in-class close-in SSB phase noise performance. With the high-end performance and frequency coverage that can be extended to the millimeter wave (mmWave) range, the MS2840A is a highly accurate tool to conduct wideband and narrowband measurements on next-generation 4G/5G designs, such as microwave and mmWave wireless backhaul, 79 GHz band automobile radar, satellite communications and VHF/UHF Private Mobile Radio (PMR), during R&D and manufacturing.

The MS2840A is designed with an advanced high-performance oscillator to achieve close-in SSB phase noise performance of –123 dBc/Hz at 1 GHz measurement frequency and 10 kHz offset frequency. Various convenient measurement functions for measuring Tx characteristics, including wireless transmitter spurious, adjacent channel leakage power, spectrum mask, and frequency count, are standard in the MS2840A signal analyzer.

A versatile instrument that meets the needs of engineers designing 4G/5G products, the MS2830A also is designed with a built-in signal analyzer that supports power vs. time; frequency vs. time; phase vs. time; and spectrogram measurements. Adding vector modulation analysis software and analog measurement software options support evaluation of various digital and analog wireless modulation signals, as well as adds functions for measuring amplifier noise figure (NF) values.

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