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Test set targets analogue radios from 100kHz to 3GHz

Posted: 16 Jun 2014     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Rohde & Schwarz  analogue radio  radio communications tester 

Rohde & Schwarz has developed the R&S CMA180 radio test set that is intended for analogue radio production and maintenance. Featuring a touchscreen for easy operation, the tester can generate any test signal of up to 20MHz bandwidth and process high input power levels of up to 150W, stated the company.

The R&S CMA180 radio test set enables manufacturers and service technicians to test analogue radios in the 100kHz to 3GHz frequency range. Its large touchscreen and straightforward menu provide for especially simple and fast operation. The device uses an integrated ARB generator for software implemented test signal generation. Users can generate any output signal with a bandwidth of up to 20MHz, a feature normally offered only in radio communications testers several times more expensive.

The R&S CMA180 is the world's first radio communications tester that allows users to generate additional signals with just a few mouse clicks, such as interfering signals for co channel rejection measurements, stated the company. Service technicians and test engineers can also use the instrument's integrated sequencer to configure and run automatic test sequences.

The R&S CMA180 radio test set is designed for 100W continuous input power and 150W peak input power and is the only tester in its price class capable of processing such high input levels. Thanks to digital signal processing, the R&S CMA180 delivers extremely precise measurement results and is geared for testing software defined radios.

The R&S CMA180 radio test set is available from Rohde & Schwarz.





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