The Anritsu MS2070A will enable engineers to conduct standard swept spectrum analysis measurements up to 3 GHz.
Field Master MS2070A from Anritsu Company is a ruggedized battery-powered handheld spectrum analyzer. The spectrum analyzer conducts reliable and accurate RF measurements in a variety of general-purpose fields, lab, and manufacturing environments. It has a dynamic range of >105 dB at 2.4 GHz, typical DANL with a built-in optional preamplifier of-167dBm, coupled with a Third Order Intercept (TOI) of +11 dBm, and typical level accuracy of±0.5 dB enable a full range of signals to be analyzed by the handheld spectrum analyzer. The MS2070A is designed for standard swept spectrum analysis up to 3 GHz.
The Field Master MS2070A features sweep speeds of up to 32 GHz/s in common low-noise configurations. A number of “smart” measurements, including occupied bandwidth (OBW), channel power, and adjacent channel power (ACP), are standard in the Field Master MS2070A. As many as 6 traces can be set simultaneously with different detectors and for long-term spectrum monitoring applications, the MS2070A has upper/lower, envelope, and alarm limits standards. The spectrum analyzer is suitable for use in harsh environments.
The test and measurement instrument offers a dynamic range of >105 dB at 2.4 GHz, the MS2070A can capture and measure HF, VHF and UHF signals common in commercial and military applications. Typical DANL with a built-in optional preamplifier of -167dBm, coupled with a Third Order Intercept (TOI) of +11 dBm and typical level accuracy of ±0.5 dB enable a full range of signals to be captured by the handheld spectrum analyzer.
The Field Master MS2070A can be used for a wide variety of applications including broadcast transmitter analysis, 75 Ω cable TV testing that is commonly used in residential and commercial locations. Furthermore, it can be used for testing EMI/EMC regulations and interference hunting and spectrum clearing. The handheld testing equipment is both compact and economical. It will enable engineers to conduct standard swept spectrum analysis measurements simply and accurately up to 3 GHz.