Anritsu has introduced two new options for its Signal Analyzer/Spectrum Analyzer MS2850A to support high-speed transfer of captured waveform data to an external computer for post processing and analysis. Combined with the 1 GHz capture and analysis bandwidth, these new options expand the capability of the MS2850A to address the needs of emerging wireless networks, including 5G, where experimental and prototype waveforms are being analyzed using simulation and analysis software.With the new software, this analyzer will provide engineers developing 5G terminals, broadcast satellite communications, wireless communications equipment, and broadband wireless communication systems with a cost-efficient solution to comprehensively verify their high-speed designs. The new options install free software in an external PC to control the analyzer using the Ethernet/USB2.0/GPIB connector and transfer data captured by the MS2850A over a dedicated high-speed USB3.0/PCIe data-transfer interface. The MS2850A-053 option provides a PCIe Gen2 x8 connector to support high-speed external PCIe interfaces, while the MS2850A-054 option utilizes a type-B connector for testing high-speed data transfer from external USB interfaces via USB3.0.In addition to the 1 GHz analysis bandwidth, the Signal Analyzer/Spectrum Analyzer MS2850A has up to 32 GB of built-in memory, wide measurement dynamic range of more than 140 dB and high flatness performance. It is available in two frequency models – 32 GHz and 44.5 GHz, each with the noise figure (NF) and phase noise performance required for 5G testing.The low cost of the MS2850A fills a market void for an economical solution to accurately measure infrastructure under development for the emerging 5G market, as well as similar high-speed applications. The analyzer supports 5G standards currently under development by 3GPP, as well as legacy technologies such as LTE, W-CDMA, TD-SCDMA and GSM. Click here to learn more about the MS2850A Analyzer.
Low Cost Anritsu Signal Analyzer/Spectrum Analyzer to Address the Needs of 5G Network Testing
Last Updated on: September 24th, 2020 at 8:56 am, by