Anritsu Spectrum Master MS276xA ultraportable spectrum analysers up to 170 GHz
Anritsu’s Spectrum Master MS276xA family of ultraportable spectrum analysers provide continuous coverage to 170 GHz. The spectrum analysers are pocket-sized yet big on performance, with good dynamic range, sweep speed and amplitude accuracy, the company claims. The ultraportable size of the instruments enables a direct connection to almost any DUT, eliminating the need for lossy, expensive cables. This should enable the user to more efficiently advance their technology development and reduce time to market.
Utilising Anritsu’s patented nonlinear transmission line (NLTL) technology provides >100 dB dynamic range. Measurements include channel power, adjacent channel power and occupied bandwidth with support for up to six traces, three trace detectors and 12 markers. The 145 and 170 GHz models are said to be the world’s first handheld, millimetre-wave spectrum analysers to provide broadband, continuous coverage from 9 kHz to 170 GHz and break through the 110 GHz barrier. Having frequency coverage in to the higher bands enables research and development in the entire D band spectrum as well as advanced millimetre-wave applications like radio astronomy, automotive radar, antenna beam pattern testing and more.
The Spectrum Master MS276xA family are all USB-powered and controlled from a Windows-based PC, laptop or tablet, making them flexible for use in the lab, on the manufacturing floor or even in the field.
For more information: https://www.anritsu.com/en-au/test-measurement/products/ms2760a.
Phone: 03 9558 8177
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