Anritsu presents a wide range of spectrum analysis solutions to visitors at EuMW 2018

Anritsu Corporation will have its latest Spectrum Analyser/Signal Analysers and Vector Network Analysers on show at European Microwave Week in Madrid from the 25th to the 27th of September. With a Spectrum Analyser to meet every measurement scenario, Anritsu will be demonstrating its world classtest and measurement solutions on Stand B104, hall 9.

During the show, Anritsu will be displaying up-coming and new additions to the Spectrum Master and ShockLine product families, and demonstrating just some of the latest developments in test and measurement;

Broadband VNA and W1 components

Anritsu’s new VectorStar Option 48 is the industry’s first solution offering the ability to handle three and four port devices in single-ended, differential and common mode noise figure measurements.

Anritsu will be launching a unique portfolio of W-Band passive components that will help engineers to simplify mmWave measurements and reduce in parallel the uncertainty of their measurements. The portfolio includes W1 connectorisedattenuators, power splitters and combiners as well as a broadband directional coupler that will be used to demonstrate VNA and SPA measurements side by side without changing the measurement arrangement of the on-wafersetup.

ShockLine VNAs for component and production tests

The Anritsu ShockLine VNA portfolio offers essential measurement options in the mid classsegment for passive component characterisation, production relatedtests and educational teaching activities.

Spectrum analysis spectrum monitoring signal sources

Anritsu’s MS2760A Spectrum Master Ultraportable Spectrum Analyser is a versatile tool for millimetre wave frequency signal classification. Along with ANAPICO, fast switching signal generator radar like waveforms can be created and analysed with the MS2760A.

Ultra-wideband spectrum recording and replay

The Signal Analyser MS2850A will be demonstrating how simple it is to analyse, capture and forward large IQ bandwidths via PCIe into standalone data processing applications, along with the Vector Signal Generator MG3710A, a versatile tool for complex signal pattern generation and automated receiver test scenarios.

Visitors to the stand will also be able to see several models from the ShockLine family of affordable VNAs that deliver an unprecedented level of value and performance, including best-in-class dynamic range and maximum output power.

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