Anritsu gives away a handheld spectrum analyzer

April 24, 2014 //By Julien Happich
Anritsu gives away a handheld spectrum analyzer
This month, Anritsu is giving away a complete MS2711E spectrum analyzer unit for EETimes Europe's readers to win. Worth 5419 Euros, the handheld instrument fits the bill for spectrum monitoring, broadcast proofing, interference analysis, RF and microwave measurements, or Wi-Fi and wireless network measurements.

The unit operates in the 9kHz to 3GHz frequency band. It boasts a dynamic range greater than 85 dB in 100Hz resolution bandwidth, with a phase noise of -90 dBc/Hz max at 10kHz offset at 1GHz. Measurements include occupied bandwidth, channel power, ACPR, C/I.

The interference analyser will give you a spectrogram, signal strength, RSSI, signal ID and interference mapping. Frequency accuracy is under ±1.5ppm, below ±50ppb with the GPS Option 0031. Other features include value tracking (normal, max hold, min hold, average) and the various detection modes (peak, negative, sample, quasi-peak, and true RMS).

Equipped with a touchscreen keyboard, the instrument can store 2000 traces internally before transferring the data to a PC via a USB connection. It can run three hours on one battery charge.

For what project are you likely to use this kit?

To qualify for the reader offer and get the chance to win one of these kits, complete the Reader Offer entry form below and tell us what project makes you interested in this package.


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