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ShockLine VNAs receive Frost & Sullivan award

ShockLine VNAs receive Frost & Sullivan award

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According to the consulting company, the ShockLine family addresses the need for economical VNAs with the necessary performance to accurately test passive devices “Anritsu continues to change the vector network analyser market with the ShockLine VNA product family that takes passive device testing to a new level in regards to more superior features in terms of better throughput and cost efficiency," Frost & Sullivan stated.

The ShockLine VNA family comprises of the MS46522A series, the MS46322A 2-port VNA for measurements up to 40 GHz, and the MS46524A 4-port VNAs for differential and multi-port device testing. All three series feature Anritsu’s VNA-on-a-chip technology, are packaged in a compact 2U chassis, and are optimized for ultra-cost-sensitive test applications in manufacturing, simple engineering, and education environments.

“The Anritsu ShockLine solution adds a value to its users due to the superb measurement capability, small form factor, one GUI and SCPI interface, and VNA-on-a-chip architecture that is the reason for the solution’s cost effectiveness at microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies" said Olga Shapiro, program manager, Communications Test & Measurement at Frost & Sullivan.

The analysts used two sets of benchmarks to rank VNA manufacturers. In the customer value excellence evaluation, the five criteria were total customer experience, product/service value, purchase experience, ownership experience and service experience. The criteria for price/performance were feature formula, customer benefits, product/service value, reliability and quality, and prioritization of features. To earn the award, Anritsu proved to be best-in-class in three key areas: understanding demand, nurturing the brand, and differentiating from the competition.

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