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Anritsu Adds IQ Capture, Streaming Capability to Field Master Pro™ MS2090A RTSA

Anritsu Adds IQ Capture, Streaming Capability to Field Master Pro™ MS2090A RTSA

05/22/2020

Anritsu Company introduces IQ capture and IQ streaming options for its Field Master Pro™ MS2090A that make the real time spectrum analyzer (RTSA) the first handheld analyzer to capture 110 MHz of IQ data. When combining the new features with the best-in-class wide bandwidth, long memory, and fast transfer speeds, the MS2090A can conduct comprehensive spectrum analysis in a variety of general purpose applications, including military intelligence and government regulations.

With 110 MHz bandwidth and 200 MSps sample rate, the MS2090A can capture and stream twice as much data as any other handheld analyzer. Additionally, having IQ capture and streaming in RTSA mode allows for the capture and/or streaming of data without pausing the sweep, so users can monitor the spectrum visually while the capture is being conducted. The result is more information is acquired on spectrum surrounding bands of interest.

Of particular benefit for intelligence and government applications, the MS2090A RTSA can stream data to Bird Technology’s IQC5000B dual-channel RF record and playback system. The turnkey solution enables 110 MHz of bandwidth to be streamed at 16-bit format and up to 15 TB of data to be stored. Powerful post-processing analysis, including evaluating data in various domains, replaying data as spectrum with full-time resolution, and smart algorithms to search for signals, can be performed. Data can also be streamed to a USB 3.0 drive or PC over Ethernet.

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