Anritsu MS8609A option 04/05/08/30/31/MX860901B/MX860904A

Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester

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7072100
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MS8609A
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The MS8608A and MS8609A are transmitter testers equipped with an internal spectrum analyzer, a modulation analyzer and a power meter. Just one tester can cover the development and manufacturing of base stations and mobile stations, as well as the construction and maintenance of base stations. 

The MS8608A supports 9 kHz-7.8 GHz and high power inputs up to +40 dBm. The MS8609A supports 9 kHz-13.2 GHz and input power up to +20 dBm.

The spectrum analyzer has resolution bandwidths up to 20 MHz, meaning that it can readily support measurements of wide-band signals. It is ideal for evaluating devices such as base station power amplifiers, due to its wide dynamic ranges of 68 dB (typical for 5 MHz offset) and 75 dB (typical for 10 MHz offset) for adjacent channel power (ACP) measurement (sweep method). The modulation analyzer realizes all Vector Signal Analysis (VSA) functions through high-speed DSP. The power sensor can perform highly accurate power measurements of ±0.4 dB by using an amorphous power sensor.

Up to three measurement software options (such as W-CDMA, GSM/EDGE, HSDPA, WLAN/802.11, CDMA, 1xEVDO) can be installed simultaneously. Input signals can be selected from RF or I/Q inputs. For I/Q signals, balanced or unbalanced input can also be selected.

Each tester can be equipped with optional GPIB, RS-232C, and 10BASE-T Ethernet interfaces for remote measurement. High-speed GPIB data transmission of 120 kbyte/sec enables high-speed measurement on the manufacturing line. The monitor uses an easy-to-see TFT color LCD.

Low end frequency limit  9.00 kHz 
High end frequency limit  13.20 GHz 
Resolution Bandwidth Min.  300 Hz 
Resolution Bandwidth Max.  20.00 MHz 
Amplitude Range  Amplitude reference level setting range: –100 to +30 dBm  
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