CellAdvisor Cable and Antenna Analyzer, 5 MHz-4 GHz

The JDSU JD724C is one of our refurbished CellAdvisor Cable and Antenna Analyzers, 5 MHz-4 GHz.

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JDSU JD724C Features:

  • Frequency Range: 5 MHz to 4 GHz
  • Resolution: 10 kHz
  • Accuracy: <+25 ppm @ 25°C
  • Reflection: <0.7 ms/point
  • DTF: 0.8 ms/point
  • Corrected Directivity: 40 dB
  • Reflection Uncertainty: ±(0.3 + |20log(1+10EP/20)|); EP = directivity-measured return loss
  • Inspect fiber with pass/fail indications using
  • P5000i fiber microscope
  • Measure RF and optical power using power sensors
  • Three zoom zones for detailed analysis on multi-frequency bands
  • Up to 40 dBm (10 W) RF port protection
  • Generate PDF/HTML reports
  • Automatically saves events that exceed pre-defined limits
  • Application software for post-analysis(JDViewer) and remote control (JDRemote)


  • Verify cell-site cable and antenna systems
  • Test distributed radios with RF and fiber feed lines
  • Validate DAS deployments
  • Test NFC antennas (RFID and security equipment)

The JDSU JD724C analyzers have all of necessary measurement functions to characterize cell-site cable and antenna system, including VSWR or return loss reflection tests, distance to fault (DTF), and cable loss. It also can perform RF component measurements, including insertion gain/loss, antenna isolation, TMA performance, and verification of devices such as duplexers and combiners.

The instrument’s 7-inch color touch-screen display simplifies its operation and clearly displays measurement results. Its connectivity to JDSU application software allows for easier measurement analysis and report generation. In addition, JD724C analyzers are capable of fiber inspection using the JDSU fiber microscope and optical power measurement using JDSU optical power meters. This single integrated solution with RF and fiber capabilities provides all the physical layer tests needed for the installation and maintenance of cell sites.