R&S extends portable analyzer to 44 GHz

October 21, 2021 // By Nick Flaherty
R&S extends portable analyzer to 44 GHz
The rugged Spectrum Rider FPH portable analyzers from Rohde & Schwarz now have spectrum analysis capability up to 44 GHz.

Rohde & Schwarz has extended the frequency range of its R&S Spectrum Rider FPH family of portable analyzers to 44 GHz. 

The latest 44 GHz model means the family supports measurement frequencies from 5 kHz to 6, 13.6, and 26.5 GHz. There are also three new versions with tracking generators with measurement frequencies up to 13.6, 26.5 and 44 GHz.

Large buttons and multi-touch gesture screen make it very easy to operate in the field and in the lab and the higher frequency models enables the unit to perform a broader range of measurement tasks.

The sensitivity of –160 dBm and measurement accuracy of typically 0.5 dB between 10 MHz and 3 GHz for field applications such as verification of 5G, broadcast, radar, defence and satellite communications links.

Weighing just 3.2 kg for 44 GHz model, the R&S Spectrum Rider is optimised for mobile use. Its battery lasts up to 4.5 hours, making it the most lasting 44 GHz handheld spectrum analyzer for field task. The backlit keypad allows users to work in the dark, and the non-reflective display supports a daylight mode for improved readability in direct sunlight.

A large-format capacitive touchscreen that makes it easy to intuitively adjust settings such as frequency, span and reference level, and to set markers. The analyzer can also be remotely controlled via USB, or LAN and, for even more convenience, the R&S MobileView app for iOS or Android provides seamless remote control of the device.

The R&S Spectrum Rider spectrum analyzers are part of the R&S Essentials portfolio. All models are now available from Rohde & Schwarz and selected distribution partners.

www.rohde-schwarz.com

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