Anritsu Company Introduces Web-Based Line Sweep and Documentation Tracking Tool for Handheld Analyzers
11.04.2011 | 1499Anritsu Company introduces Sweep Master, a web-based application designed to save carriers, management companies, and contractors time and money by improving efficiency and quality when deploying, installing, and maintaining wireless networks.
Anritsu Introduces Second Generation LMR Master for Testing Public Safety, Utility and Private Mobile Communications Systems
08.02.2011 | 1441The S412E LMR Master handheld analyzer is first single-instrument solution that can measure emerging digital narrow band and 700 MHz broadband public safety communications networks.
03.02.2011 | 1559MW8219A PIM Master™ Incorporates Unique Distance-to-PIM™ Technology That Allows Field Personnel to Determine if PIM Source is from Antenna or Surrounding Environment. PIM Master has been designed to work with Anritsu’s S332E/S362E Site Master™, MS2712E/MS2713E Spectrum Master™, and MT8212E/MT8213E Cell Master™ handheld analyzers.
Anritsu Introduces Next-Generation Base Station Analyzer Capable of Measuring 4G Standards and Installed 2G/3G Networks
20.01.2011 | 1622The new MT8222B BTS Master™ ñombines LTE, WiMAX, HSDPA/W-CDMA, CDMA/EV-DO and GSM/EDGE measurement capability in durable lightweight handheld instrument. Combining the inherent advantages of the BTS Master platform with new measurement capability, the MT8222B provides field engineers and technicians with a lightweight, handheld analyzer.
15.09.2010 | 1644Anritsu Company introduces the MS272xC Spectrum Master series that provides the broadest frequency range ever available in a handheld spectrum analyzer. Providing frequency coverage up to 43 GHz in an instrument that weighs less than 3.6 kg (8 lbs.), the MS272xC series is also designed with an assortment of applications to test the RF physical layer, making it easier than ever for field technicians, monitoring agencies and engineers to monitor over-the-air signals, locate interferers, and detect hidden transmitters. Five models, with high-end frequency coverage of 9 GHz, 13 GHz, 20 GHz, 32 GHz and 43 GHz, respectively, are available in the new family.
19.08.2010 | 1643Anritsu’s ME7873L RF Conformance Test System and ME7832L Protocol Conformance Test System for testing LTE mobile terminals have already received GCF approval and now have received PTCRB approval for 30 (ME7873L) and 20 (ME7832L) test cases supporting the wireless bands used in North America (Band 4, 13, 17, etc.)
Anritsu Company Introduces Signal Generator Family with Best-in-Class Phase Noise and Broad Frequency Generation
24.06.2010 | 1546Anritsu Company introduces the MG3690C series of RF/Microwave signal generators that combines best-in-class phase noise and broad frequency generation to allow engineers to conduct highly accurate tests on subsystems, especially those in local oscillator substitution and clock generation applications. The overall performance of the MG3690C signal generators makes them well suited to test microwave components, subsystems, and systems during design and manufacturing, as well as for signal simulation to test and verify radar and communications systems.
Anritsu Company Introduces 12-Port 70 GHz VNA System That Conducts High Accuracy Signal Integrity Measurements
19.03.2010 | 1595Anritsu Company introduces a scalable 12-port, 70 GHz measurement system based on its award-winning VectorStar® broadband vector network analyzer (VNA) that can conduct highly accurate signal integrity measurements.
16.02.2010 | 1735Anritsu Corporation announced that its ME7873L LTE RF Conformance Test System has become the first in the world to provide independently verified European Radio equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE) RF test cases for Type Approval of LTE devices.
16.10.2009 | 1614The recently launched E Platform family of handheld analyzers from Anritsu replaces the company's D series of Site Master and Cell Master analyzers, extending functionality and enhancing performance over the earlier models. The new Site Master offers a cable and antenna analyzer frequency range of 2 MHz to 4 or 6 GHz, compared with 25 MHz to 4 or 6 GHz for the older model. The new version also offers a spectrum analyzer frequency range of 100 kHz to 4 or 6 GHz, up from 100 kHz to 3 GHz.
|© "Test & Measuring Instruments and Systems" ("KIPiS"), 2000-2018|