MS2690A Anritsu Signal Analyzer
- Frequency Range: 50 Hz to 6 GHz
- Analysis Bandwidth: 31.25 MHz (Standard), 62.5 MHz / 125 MHz (Option)
- One-Box Tester with the addition of the Signal Generator option
- Batch Capture Measurements for the fastest analysis time
The Anritsu MS2690A Signal Analyzer is the latest high performance signal analyzer for next-generation communication applications. The Anritsu MS2690A Signal Analyzer base units include swept spectrum analysis, FFT signal analysis, and a precision digitizer function. Add options to incorporate a Signal Generator, to turn the instrument into a hassle free, plug and play, one box solution.
The Anritsu MS2690A Signal Analyzer supports a standard analysis bandwidth of 31.25 MHz that can be extended to 62.5 MHz /125 MHz with optional hardware. Using a patented calibration process, the multipoint amplitude calibration and the phase calibration result in a level accuracy of ±0.5 dB across a 6 GHz span. No other analyzer on the market can meet that specification! These boxes are superlative in every way -- they measure the widest signals and using the latest technology, make measurements faster than ever before. The modular architecture ensures a box that grows as measurement requirements change. A series of options enables standards-based modulation analysis, vector signal generation, and BER measurement. The end-user can configure a one-box solution that dramatically reduces cost, footprint, and Total Average Cycle Time (TACT) for device evaluation.
The Anritsu MS2690A Signal Analyzers are accurate enough for the most demanding R&D environment, yet are fast enough for the factory floor! Currently supported applications include GSM, GPRS, EDGE, W-CDMA, mobile WiMAX, and LTE. The wideband FFT signal analyzer (analysis bandwidth of 31.25 MHz with option for 62.5 MHz /125 MHz) supports high-speed continuous measurements including CCDF, frequency vs. time, spectrum, and power vs. time analysis. The standard digitizing function can capture waveforms and immediately play them out using the optional Signal Generator. An extended digitizer option adds the ability to capture signals up to 20 MHz wide for up to 4 hours.