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Anritsu introduces handheld spectrum analyzer

Posted: 10 Jan 2007     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Anritsu  MS2724B  spectrum analyser  MS272xB 

Anritsu Corp. has introduced the MS2724B, the most advanced ultra-portable spectrum analyser featuring unparalleled performance and continuous frequency coverage from 9kHz to 20GHz at a modest price. Anritsu also introduces the MS2721B and MS2723B handheld spectrum analysers which offer frequency coverage up to 7.1GHz and 13GHz, respectively, as part of its expansion of the industry-leading Spectrum Mastera product line. The high performance and measurement capability of the MS272xB series make it easier for engineers and field technicians to design, deploy and optimise the performance of wireless devices and networks.

The MS2724B's continuous 9kHz to 20GHz frequency coverage gives wireless professionals the range necessary for the most demanding harsh RF and physical environments. Its very low phase noise of typically -104dBc/Hz at 10kHz offset at 2GHz, and 1Hz to 3MHz RBW range make it well suited for spectrum monitoring, security and intelligence needs, RF/microwave measurements, or cellular signal measurements.

Both the MS2721B and MS2723B have similar high performance. The MS2721B has low phase noise of -100dBc/Hz maximum at 10kHz offset up to 7.1GHz while the MS2723B has typical phase noise of -104dBc/Hz at 10kHz offset at 2GHz.

All three models utilise the industry-leading Spectrum Master design, which combines high durability with light weight. The MS2724B and MS2723B are only 3.4kg while the MS2721B is 3.1kg. All three also have a standard built-in AM/FM/SSB demodulator and built-in preamplifier.

These three models are the first in the Spectrum Master family to feature a quasi-peak detector and CISPR bandwidths for EMC pre-compliance testing. RBW range of these units is 1Hz to 3MHz, as well. Additionally, the MS2721B can be equipped with a tracking generator that provides calibrated output from 400kHz to 7.1GHz with a power range of 0 to -40dBm in 0.1dB steps.




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