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Add these options to expand functionality in your spectrum analyzer:
Option 5 – Power Monitor uses external power detectors for broadband power measurements up to 50 GHz
Option 6 – Frequency Converter Module Controller available (option 6) for use with Anritsu FCN4760 4.7 to 6.0 GHz Down Converter
Option 10 – Provides 12 to 24 volts at 6 watts maximum steady state
Option 19 – High Accuracy Power Meter (sensor PSN50 not included)
Option 21 – Transmission Measurement provides tracking output from 25 MHz to 2.5 GHz
Option 25 – Interference Analysis provides spectrogram display, RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication) and signal strength with audio output for radio direction finding.
Option 27 – Channel Scanner displays amplitude of multiple channels of supported air interface standards.
Option 28 – CW Signal Generator used with an external attenuation kit, Anritsu part number 61534, provides a CW signal for base station sensitivity measurements.
Option 31 – Built-in GPS adds a GPS receiver and connector for an external antenna. Available accessory cables allow the GPS antenna to be placed to have a clear view of the sky.
Covering the 100 kHz to 3.0 GHz frequency range, the MS2711D handheld spectrum analyzer is the proven solution for installing, provisioning, maintaining and troubleshooting wireless systems and RF frequency spectrum interference issues.
This portable spectrum analyzer features a built-in standard preamplifier in a compact, handheld design that can go “anywhere, anytime” with no backpack required. Ideal for field environments and applications that require mobility, such as site surveys and on-site system testing.
The MS2711D can be ordered with optional built-in transmission measurement that adds scalar analysis capability from 25 MHz to 2.5 GHz.
The MS2711D spectrum analyzer also features several dedicated smart measurements that make testing cellular, DCS/PCS and WLAN systems and other wireless systems easier than ever before. Measurements include received signal strength (RSSI), channel power, adjacent channel power ratio (APCR), and occupied bandwidth measurements that can confirm the distortion level or channel power level of an AMPS, TDMA, CDMA or GSM transmitter. Additionally, the MS2711D can locate and identify out-of-band spurious signals when analyzing a wireless base station transmitter, while the field strength mode allows users to measure propagation and coverage, or to pinpoint electromagnetic (EM) leakage in broadcast systems. Measurement of carrier to interference ratio is included.
This measurement is targeted for measurements of 802.11 a, b, and g access points. Other features include trace averaging for more accurate noise measurements; a multilingual user interface with on-screen menus and messaging in 6 different languages; and a 50-ohm interface that is adaptable to 75-ohms, enabling users to conduct measurements of 75-ohm systems without sacrificing measurement accuracy. The High Accuracy Power Meter (Option 19) provides true RMS measurements from 50 MHz to 6 GHz.
The MS2711D includes data analysis software, soft carrying case, rechargeable/field-replaceable battery, AC/DC power supply, and 12.5V automobile cigarette lighter adapter and users guide.
Convenient operating procedures, high sensitivity, and excellent repeatability enable the MS2711D to pinpoint the smallest system performance degradation and allow for easy verification of system compliance. This spectrum analyzer is an ideal solution for cellular providers, land mobile operators, and military spectrum analysis. Typical applications include:
Interference detection features include AM/FM/SSB demodulation and interfering signal type determination for cellular signals.
Transmitter Spectrum Analysis – occupied bandwidth, channel power, adjacent channel power ratio (ACPR), modulation and antenna gain/isolation measurements
Received Signal strength (RSSI) – location and identification of in-band interference and out-of-band spurious signals; modulation identification, and spectral masks,
Signal Strength Mapping – to determine the most suitable location for antennas, base stations and repeaters
Stimulus-response measurements – for component test.
- * Handheld, battery-operated design
- * Built in pre-amplifier (standard)
- Lightweight at only 4.9 lbs
- Noise Level < -135 dBm typical (preamp on)
- Quick Zoom-in, Zoom-out display in 1-2-5 sequence
- RBWs: 100 Hz to 1 MHz in 1-3 sequence
- VBWs: 3 Hz to 1 MHz in 1-3 sequence
- Automatic, manual, and dynamic attenuator control
- Amplitude Accuracy +/- 0.5 dB typical
- Dedicated smart measurements
- Trace Averaging
- Reference Level Offset
- Trace Overlay
- Multilingual User Interface (English, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Spanish)
- Store up to 15 measurement test set-ups
- Save up to 200 measurement traces
- Alphanumeric labeling of saved measurements
- Automatic time and date stamp of saved data
- Rechargeable/field-replaceable battery
- 6 Markers, limit lines and segmented limit lines
- 50-ohm Interface standard (75-ohm interface capability – instrument internally corrects for adapter loss)
- RS232 Interface
- Built in AM, FM and SSB demodulation
- Transmission Measurement, 25 MHz to 2.5 GHz (option 21)
- Power Meter (option 29)