BTS Master MT8220T Product Brochure

Product Brochure
™
BTS
Master
High-Performance Handheld Base Station Analyzer
MT8220T
400 MHz to 6 GHz
150 kHz to 7.1 GHz
10 MHz to 7.1 GHz
Cable and Antenna Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer
Power Meter
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Introduction
Overview
Introduction
The BTS Master MT8220T is Anritsu’s third generation highperformance handheld base station analyzer that has been
specifically developed to advance the support for 4G wireless
networks as well as installed 2G, 3G and WiMAX networks.
The MT8220T includes:
• 20 MHz bandwidth modulation quality testing
• Vector Signal Generator (400 MHz to 6 GHz) for
comprehensive receiver testing
• Convenient touch screen GUI
• Sweep modes for reliable interference hunting
and analysis
The BTS Master features over 30 analyzers in one to meet
virtually every measurement need. Standard features are:
• 2-port Cable and Antenna Analyzer: 400 MHz to 6 GHz
• Spectrum Analyzer: 150 kHz to 7.1 GHz
• Power Meter: 10 MHz to 7.1 GHz
BTS Master MT8220T utilizing MA2700A Handheld
InterferenceHunter™.
• GPS receiver with antenna
• 3-year warranty
A user can select from many options including:
• High Accuracy Power Meter
• Interference Analyzer
• Channel Scanner
• 3GPP Wireless Measurements
LTE FDD/TDD, GSM/GPRS/EDGE, W-CDMA/HSPA+,
TD-SCDMA/HSPA+
• 3GPP2 Wireless Measurements
CDMA, EV-DO
• IEEE 802.16 Wireless Measurements
Fixed WiMAX, Mobile WiMAX
The wireless measurements have three methods for verifying
the performance of a base station transmitter by measuring:
• RF Quality
• Modulation Quality
• Downlink Coverage Quality
BTS Master in RF Measurements Pass/Fail Mode
Installation
Maintenance
Yes
Meeting Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
Degradation in KPIs, such as dropped call and/or blocked
call rates due to a malfunction at the cell site or due to
interference, can be easily and accurately diagnosed down to
the base station field replaceable unit (FRU) or the offending
interfering signal with the BTS Master.
Line Sweep Tools™ (LST)
Test & Verify
Cable/Antenna Quality
RF Quality
Modulation Quality
Downlink Coverage Quality
Backhaul Quality
Troubleshoot
Performance Issues
Call Drop Rate
Call Block Rate
Call Denial Rate
No
Interference Issues
No
Yes
Meeting Network Reliability KPIs?
Delivering High Quality Wireless Service?
Monitor Daily
Yes
LST is a PC program that post processes Antenna, Cable,
and PIM traces. It provides a powerful trace analysis and
report generator for line sweepers.
Master Software Tools™ (MST)
MST is a PC program that post processes spectrum
analysis traces collected on your instrument. It provides
powerful data analysis tools for spectrum clearing and
interference monitoring.
With Anritsu’s design know-how and demanding production
testing and performance verification you can count on the
BTS Master to give you years of reliable dependable service.
Installation and Maintenance Processes
Supported by the BTS Master
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BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Introduction
Overview (continued)
Troubleshooting Fast
Start
Done
Found
Valid
OTA
spot?
N
Start
Direct Connect
Transmitter
Test
An Anritsu advantage is its wireless measurements Over-theAir (OTA) Pass/Fail Tests. Technicians and RF engineers can
quickly determine the health of a cell site with a one-step
Pass/Fail test. A one-step OTA Pass/Fail test verifies:
• Antenna Feed Line Quality
• Base Station RF Quality
• Base Station Modulation Quality
If a cell site passes, the technician can move on to the next
cell site. If the test fails, the BTS Master equips the technician
to troubleshoot:
Y
Run OTA or
Direct Connect
Pass/Fail Test
• Feed lines and antenna systems
• Base station field replaceable units
• Downlink coverage issues
• Interference problems
• Uplink noise
Pass?
N
Troubleshoot
Feed Lines
Base Station
Coverage
Interference
Y
By quickly determining the health of the cell site with Pass/Fail
testing, the cell site technician becomes more productive, and
the BTS Master equips him with the tools to properly diagnose
the root-cause of the problem minimizing costly “no trouble
found” parts and service calls.
Network Reliability
Studies have shown that network reliability plays a significant
part in subscriber churn. Leading reasons stated for churn are:
Run PC-based
Throughput Test
• Dropped calls
• Poor coverage
• Network outages
Good
Throughput?
N
Troubleshoot
Backhaul
Y
Done
Fast Over-the-Air Pass/Fail Testing Process
As wireless users come to depend more and more on their
wireless service, they expect more and more in network
performance. This makes it more critical than ever to meet
your KPI optimization goals for network availability, network
quality, and network coverage. Ultimately it is about eliminating
reasons for demanding subscribers to churn.
Network Maintenance and Return on Investment
By outfitting cell site technicians with BTS Masters an operator
can attack these reasons for churn. Benchmarking undertaken
by Anritsu has shown that technicians equipped with base
station analyzers are provided with the necessary tools to
troubleshoot degrading KPIs which in turn can reduce churn.
Learn what the return on investment is on equipping more
technicians with the BTS Master Base Station Analyzers from
your local Anritsu sales professional. The BTS Master Base
Station Analyzer can become your vital tool to achieving
optimal network performance.
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BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
Cable and Antenna Analyzer
PIM Analyzer
Cable and Antenna Analyzer
The BTS Master features 1-port and
2-port Cable and Antenna Analyzer and a
PIM (Passive Intermodulation) Analyzer to
be able to test and verify the performance
of nearly every feed-line and antenna
component. This includes:
• Connectors
• Cables/Jumpers
• Antenna Isolation
• Diplexers/Duplexers
Return Loss/VSWR Measurement
Poor Return Loss/VSWR can damage transmitters,
reduce the coverage area, increase dropped and
blocked calls, and lower data rates.
• Tower Mounted Amplifiers
The goal of these measurements is to
maximize the coverage, data rate and
capacity with problem-free antenna systems
minimizing dropped calls and blocked calls
for a good customer experience.
Cable and Antenna Analyzer Measurements
VSWR
Return Loss
Cable Loss
Distance-to-Fault (DTF) Return Loss
Distance-to-Fault (DTF) VSWR
1-port Phase
2-port Phase
2-port Gain
Smith Chart
PIM Analyzer Measurements
(Requires PIM Master™)
PIM
Noise Floor
Distance-to-PIM™ (DTP)
(see PIM Master Product Brochure 11410-00546)
Antenna Systems Failure Mechanisms
Maintenance is an on-going requirement as
antenna systems’ performance can degrade
at any point in time due to:
• Loose connectors
• Improperly weatherized connectors
• Pinched cables
• Poor grounding
• Corroded connectors
Cable Loss Measurement
This an important commissioning check. Excessive loss
reduces the coverage area and can mask return loss
issues, creating false good readings later.
• Lightning strikes
• Strong winds misaligning antennas
• Rain getting into cables
• Bullet holes/nails in the cable
• Intermodulation of multiple signals
Making Measurements Easier
The BTS Master provides features for
making measurements easier to perform
and to analyze test results such as:
• FlexCal™ eliminates the need to
recalibrate when changing frequencies
• High RF Immunity for testing in
harsh RF environments
Distance-to- Fault (DTF) Measurement
DTF can be used to identify and locate faulty cable
components or connector pairs with poor Return Loss/
VSWR in meters or feet.
• Trace Overlay compares reference
traces to see changes over time
• Limit Lines with alarms for providing
reference standards
• High power output to test tower-top
components without climbing the tower
• Internal bias-tee to power up TMAs
for testing when off-line
• GPS tagging of data to verify
location of tests
• Line Sweep Tools for post-analysis
and report generation
PIM Analyzer
2-port Gain Measurement
Poor antenna isolation on base stations and repeaters
and degraded tower mounted amplifiers can cause
dropped and blocked calls.
The PIM Analyzer measures the 3rd, 5th,
or 7th order intermodulation products in
the receive band of two high power tones
generated by the 40 Watt PIM Master. To learn
more about PIM and finding the location of
PIM with the Distance-to-PIM™ option see the
PIM Master™ product brochure 11410-00546.
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Distance-to-PIM Measurement
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
Spectrum Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer
The BTS Master features a powerful
spectrum analyzer with unmatched
performance in a base station analyzer for:
• Sensitivity
Channel Power - in specified bandwidth
ACPR - adjacent channel power ratio
AM/FM/SSB Demodulation - audio out only
• Sweep Speed
The goal of the spectrum analyzer’s
measurements is to be able to monitor,
measure, and analyze RF signals and
their environments. It finds rogue signals,
measures carriers and distortion, and
verifies base stations’ signal performance.
It validates carrier frequency and identifies
desired and undesired signals.
Simple But Powerful
The BTS Master features dedicated
routines for one-button measurements,
and for more in-depth analysis the
technician has control over the setting
and features not even found on lab-grade
benchtop spectrum analyzers, for instance:
• Multiple sweep detection methods –
true RMS detector, quasi-peak, …
• Multiple sweep modes including Burst
Detect for fast transient signal capture
• Multiple traces and control –
three traces, trace math, …
• Advanced marker functions –
noise marker, frequency counter, …
• Advanced limit line functions –
one-button envelope creation, relative, …
• Save-on-Event – automatically saves
a sweep when crossing a limit line
• Gated sweep - view pulsed or burst
signals only when they are on, or off
• I/Q waveform capture - transfer
captured signals for further analysis
and troubleshooting
Carrier-to-Interference (C/I)
Low C/I ratios will cause coverage issues including
dropped calls, blocked calls, and other handset
reception problems.
Field Strength – in dBm/m2 or dBmV/m
Occupied Bandwidth - 1% to 99% of power
• Phase Noise
• Resolution Bandwidth (RBW)
Adjacent Channel Power Ratio (ACPR)
High ACPR will create interference for neighboring
carriers. This is also an indication of low signal quality
and low capacity, which can lead to blocked calls.
One Button Measurements
• Dynamic Range
• Frequency Accuracy
Occupied Bandwidth
Excessive occupied bandwidth can create interference
with adjacent channels or be a sign of poor signal
quality, leading to dropped calls.
Measurements
GPS-Assisted Frequency Accuracy
With the standard GPS function, frequency
accuracy is 2.5 x 10-8. After the GPS
antenna is disconnected, the accuracy
is 5.0 x 10-8 for three days. Also all
measurements can be GPS tagged for
exporting to maps.
Rx Noise Floor Testing
The BTS Master can measure the Rx noise
floor on the uplink of a base station using
the channel power measurement. An
elevated noise floor indicates interference
or PIM and leads to call blocking, denial
of services, call drops, low data rate, and
low capacity.
Gated Sweep – Option 0090
The gate is in the off-time of this WiMAX signal, which
would let the user see interfering signals or user signals
when the base station is not transmitting.
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C/I - carrier-to-interference ratio
Gated Sweep – Option 0090
I/Q Waveform Capture – Option 0024
Sweep Functions
Sweep
Single/Continuous, Manual Trigger, Reset,
Minimum Sweep Time
Sweep Mode
Fast, Performance, No FFT, Burst Detect
Detection
Peak, RMS, Negative, Sample, Quasi-peak
Triggers
Free Run, External, Video, Change Position,
Manual
Trace Functions
Traces
1-3 Traces (A, B, C), View/Blank, Write/Hold
Trace A Operations
Normal, Max Hold, Min Hold, Average,
Number of Averages, (always the live trace)
Trace B Operations
A  B, BC, Max Hold, Min Hold
Trace C Operations
A  C, BC, Max Hold, Min Hold, A - B  C,
B - A  C, Relative Reference (dB), Scale
Marker Functions
Markers
1-6 Markers each with a Delta Marker, or
Marker 1 Reference with 6 Delta Markers
Marker Types
Fixed, Tracking, Noise, Frequency Counter
Marker Auto-Position
Peak Search, Next Peak (Right/Left),
Peak Threshold %, To Channel, To Center,
To Reference Level, Delta Marker to Span
Marker Table
1-6 markers’ frequency & amplitude plus
delta markers’ frequency offset & amplitude
Limit Line Functions
Limit Lines
Upper/Lower, Limit Alarm, Default Limit
Limit Line Edit
Frequency, Amplitude, Add/Delete Point,
Add Vertical, Next Point Left/Right
Limit Line Move
To Current Center Frequency, By dB or Hz,
To Marker 1, Offset from Marker 1
Limit Line Envelope
Create, Update Amplitude, Number of
Points (41), Offset, Shape Square/Slope
Limit Line Advanced
Absolute/Relative, Mirror, Save/Recall
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
Power Meter
High Accuracy Power Meter (Option 0019)
Power Meters
The BTS Master offers as standard
a built-in Power Meter utilizing the
Spectrum Analyzer and an optional High
Accuracy Power Meter requiring external
power sensors.
Setting the transmitter output power of
a base station properly is critical to the
overall operation of a wireless network.
A 1.5 dB change in power levels means a
15% change in coverage area.
Power Meter (built-in)
Power is displayed in an analog type display and,
supports both Watts and dBm. RMS averaging can be
set to low, medium, or high.
Too much power means overlapping
coverage which translates into cell-tocell self interference. Too little power, too
little coverage, creates island cells with
non-overlapping cell sites and reduced
in-building coverage. High or low values
will cause dead zones/dropped calls, lower
data rates/reduced capacity near cell
edges, and cell loading imbalances and
blocked calls.
High Accuracy Power Meter (Option 0019)
For the most accurate power measurement
requirements select the high accuracy
measurement option with a choice of
sensors with:
High Accuracy Power Meter (Option 0019)
Requires external power sensor with convenient
connection via a USB A/mini-B cable. Use upper/ lower
limit activation during pass/fail measurements.
• Frequency ranges:
10 MHz to 26 GHz
• Power ranges:
–40 dBm to +51.76 dBm
• Measurement uncertainties:
≤ ± 0.18 dB
These sensors enable users to make
accurate measurements for CW and
digitally modulated signals for 2G/3G
and 4G wireless networks.
Power Sensors
Anritsu offers a family of Power Sensors for your power
measurement requirements. They are compact enough
to fit in your shirt pocket.
The power sensor easily connects to the
BTS Master via a USB A/mini-B cable.
An additional benefit of using the USB
connection is that a separate DC supply
(or battery) is not needed since the
necessary power is supplied by the
USB port.
PC Power Meter
These power sensors can be used with a
PC running Microsoft Windows® via USB.
They come with PowerXpert™ application,
a data analysis and control software. The
application has abundant features, such as
data logging, power versus time graph, big
numerical display, and many more, that
enable quick and accurate measurements.
Remote Power Monitoring via LAN
PC Power Meter
These power sensors can be used with a PC running
Microsoft Windows® via USB. A front panel display
makes the PC appear like a traditional power meter.
A USB-to-LAN hub converter enables
power monitoring via the Internet across
continents, if desired.
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Power Sensors
PSN50
High Accuracy RF Power Sensor
50 MHz to 6 GHz
Type N(m), 50 Ω
-30 dBm to +20 dBm
(.001 mW to 100 mW)
True-RMS
MA24105A
Inline Peak Power Sensor
350 MHz to 4 GHz
Type N(f), 50 Ω
+3 dBm to +51.76 dBm
(2 mW to 150 W)
True-RMS
MA24106A
High Accuracy RF Power Sensor
50 MHz to 6 GHz
-40 dBm to +23 dBm
(0.1 µW to 200 mW)
True-RMS
MA24108A
Microwave USB Power Sensor
10 MHz to 8 GHz
-40 dBm to +20 dBm
(0.1 µW to 100 mW)
True-RMS
Slot Power
Burst Average Power
MA24118A
Microwave USB Power Sensor
10 MHz to 18 GHz,
-40 dBm to +20 dBm
(0.1 µW to 100 mW)
True-RMS
Slot Power
Burst Average Power
MA24126A
Microwave USB Power Sensor
10 MHz to 26 GHz,
-40 dBm to +20 dBm
(0.1 µW to 100 mW)
True-RMS
Slot Power
Burst Average Power
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
Interference Analyzer (Opton 0025)
Channel Scanner (Option 0027)
Interference Analyzer (Option 0025)
Channel Scanner (Option 0027)
Interference Analyzer Measurements
Interference is a continuously growing
problem for wireless network operators.
Compounding the problem are the many
sources that can generate interference
such as:
Signal Strength Meter
• Intentional Radiators
• Unintentional Radiators
• Self Interference
Spectrogram
For identifying intermittent interference and tracking
signal levels over time for up to 1 week with an
external USB flash drive.
Interference causes Carrier-to-Interference
degradation robbing the network of
capacity. In many instances, interference
can cause an outage to a sector, a cell,
and/or neighboring cells. The goal of these
measurements is to resolve interference
issues as quickly as possible.
Monitoring Interference
The BTS Master offers many tools for
monitoring intermittent interferers over
time to determine patterns:
Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)
Signal ID (up to 12 signals)
FM
GSM/GPRS/EDGE
W-CDMA/HSPA+
CDMA/EV-DO
Wi-Fi
Interference Mapping
Draw multiple bearings on on-screen maps
Pan and Zoom on-screen maps
Support for MA2700A Handheld Interference Hunter
Spectrum
Field Strength – in dBm/m2 or dBmV/m
Occupied Bandwidth - 1% to 99% of power
Channel Power - in specified bandwidth
ACPR - adjacent channel power ratio
AM/FM/SSB Demodulation - audio out only
C/I - carrier-to-interference ratio
SEM - spectral emission mask
Channel Scanner
Scan
• Spectrogram
20 channels at once, by frequency or channel
• Received Signal Strength Indicator
Non-contiguous channels
• Remote Monitoring over the Internet
• Save-on-Event – crossing a limit line
Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)
Used to observe the signal strength of a single
frequency over time. Data can be collected for up to
one week with an external USB flash drive.
Spectrogram
Master Software Tools for your PC features
diagnostic tools for efficient analysis of
the data collected during interference
monitoring. These features include:
• Folder Spectrogram – creates a
composite file of multiple traces for
quick review
Different channel bandwidths in one scan
Display
Current plus Max hold display
Graph View
Table View
Script Master™
Up to 1200 Channels
Auto-repeat sets of 20 channels and total
Auto-Save with GPS tagging
• Movie playback – playback data in
the familiar frequency domain view
• Histogram – filter data and search
for number of occurrences and time
of day
• 3D Spectrogram – for in-depth
analysis with 3-axis rotation viewing
control
Identifying Interference
Channel Scanner
Works on any signal and is useful when looking for IM
or harmonics. Can help spot signals widely separated
in frequency that turn on and off together.
The BTS Master provides several tools
to identify the interference – either from
a neighboring wireless operator, illegal
repeater or jammer, or self-interference:
• Signal ID (up to 12 signals at once)
Interference Hunting
The BTS Master can be used with the MA2700A
Interference Hunter and directional antennas to
track down sources of interference.
• Signal Analyzer Over-the-Air
Scanners
• Channel Scanner
(up to 1200 channels, 20 at a time)
Interference Mapping
Signal Strength Meter
Can locate an interfering signal, by using a directional
antenna and measuring the signal strength and by an
audible beep proportional to its strength.
Once interference has been identified,
its location can be mapped with the help
of the MA2700A Interference Hunter™
(see separate technical data sheet) and
suitable directional antenna. Maps can
be downloaded to the BTS Master using
Anritsu’s easyMap Tools™ software
available from Anritsu.com.
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Interference Mapping
Maps can be downloaded to the BTS Master to
help identify sources of interfering signals. Maps
can be panned and zoomed to further aid the
hunt for interference.
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
Coverage Mapping (Option 0431)
Gated Sweep (Option 0090)
Coverage Mapping
On-screen Outdoor Coverage Mapping
Enables a maintenance technician to make low cost
coverage measurements to quickly verify coverage
around a base station site.
There is a growing demand for low cost
coverage mapping solutions. Anritsu’s
Coverage Mapping measurements option
provides wireless service providers, public
safety users, land mobile radio operators,
and government officials with indoor and
outdoor mapping capabilities.
Spectrum Analyzer Mode
Outdoor Mapping
Setup
With a GPS antenna connected to the
instrument and a valid GPS signal, the
instrument monitors RSSI and ACPR levels
automatically. Using a map created with
easyMap, the instrument displays maps,
the location of the measurement, and a
special color code for the power level.
The refresh rate can be set up in time
(1 s, minimum) or distance.
The overall amplitude accuracy coupled
with the GPS update rate ensures accurate
and reliable mapping results.
Indoor Mapping
On-screen Indoor Coverage Mapping
Import an image of an office floor plan and use the
start-walk-stop method to record coverage strength.
Validates coverage for enterprise accounts.
When there is no GPS signal valid,
the BTS Master uses a start-walk-stop
approach to record RSSI and ACPR levels.
You can set the update rate, start location,
and end location and the interpolated
points will be displayed on the map.
Export KML Files
Save files as KML or JPEG. Open KML files
with Google Earth™. When opening up
a pin in Google Earth, center frequency,
detection method, measurement type,
and RBW are shown on screen.
easyMap Tools™
Plot Coverage on PC-based Map
Once coverage data has been collected on the
instrument, the data can be imported into a mapping
program for further review and reporting.
Coverage Mapping Measurements
The easyMap program creates maps on
your PC compatible with the BTS Master.
Maps are created by typing in the address
or by converting existing JPEG, TIFF, BMP,
GIF, and PNG files to MAP files. Utilizing the
built-in zoom in and zoom out features, it is
easy to create maps of the desired location
on your PC and transfer to the instrument
with a USB flash drive. easyMap also
includes a GPS editor for inputting latitude
and longitude information of maps from
different formats.
easyMap Tools™
easyMap is a PC-based program that allows you
to capture maps with GPS coordinates that can be
imported into the instrument via a USB drive.
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ACPR
RSSI
Gated Sweep
Mode
Spectrum Analyzer, Sweep
Trigger
External TTL
Gated Sweep (On/Off)
Gate Polarity (Rising, Falling)
Gate Delay (0 ms to 65 ms typical)
Gate Length (1 μs to 65 ms typical)
Zero Span Time
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
Introduction to Wireless Measurements
Wireless Measurements
The BTS Master features measurements
for the major wireless standards around
the world. They are designed to test and
verify the:
• RF Quality
RF Measurement – GSM
High Frequency Error will cause calls to drop when
mobiles travel at higher speed. In some cases, cell
phones cannot hand off into, or out of the cell.
Wireless Measurements
LTE FDD/TDD
GSM/GPRS/EDGE
W-CDMA/HSPA+
CDMA /EV-DO
Fixed and Mobile WiMAX
TD-SCDMA/HSPA+
• Modulation Quality
Typical Measurements
• Downlink Coverage Quality
RF Measurements
of the base stations’ transmitters. The
goals of these tests are to improve the Key
Performance Indicators (KPIs) associated
with:
• Call Drop Rate
Demodulation
Over-the-Air Measurements
Features
Measurement Summary Displays
Pass/Fail Limit Testing
• Call Block Rate
• Call Denial Rate
By understanding which test to perform
on the BTS Master when the KPIs
degrade to an unacceptable level, a
technician can troubleshoot down to
the Field Replacement Unit (FRU) in the
base station’s transmitter chain. This
will minimize the problem of costly no
trouble founds (NTF) associated with card
swapping. This will allow you to have a
lower inventory of spare parts as they are
used more efficiently.
Demodulation – HSPA+
This is the single most important signal quality
measurement. Poor EVM leads to dropped calls, low
data rate, low sector capacity, and blocked calls.
Troubleshooting Guides
The screen shots on this page are all
measurements, made over-the-air with
the MT8220T on commercial base stations
carrying live traffic. To understand
when, where, how, and why you make
these measurements, Anritsu publishes
Troubleshooting Guides which explain for
each measurement the:
• Guidelines for a good measurement
• Consequences of a poor
measurement
• Common faults in a base station
Over-the- Air Measurement - CDMA
Having low multi-path and high pilot dominance is
required for quality Rho measurements OTA. Poor Rho
leads to dropped and blocked calls, and low data rate.
These Troubleshooting Guides for Base
Stations are one-page each per wireless
standard. They are printed on tearresistant and smudge-resistant paper
and are designed to fit in the soft case of
the instrument for easy reference in the
field. They are complimentary and their
part numbers can be found in the
ordering information.
• LTE Base Stations
• TD-LTE Base Stations
• GSM/GPRS/EDGE Base Stations
• W-CDMA/HSPA+ Base Stations
• CDMA Base Stations
• EV-DO Base Stations
• Fixed WiMAX Base Stations
• Mobile WiMAX Base Stations
Measurement Summary – LTE
Having a summary of all key measurements is a quick
way for a technician to see the health of the base
station and record the measurements for reference.
• TD-SCDMA/HSPA+ Base Stations
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Troubleshooting guide
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Measurements (Option 0880)
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Measurements
The BTS Master features two
GSM/GPRS/EDGE measurement modes.
RF Measurements
Channel Spectrum
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
• RF Measurements
Burst Power
Average Burst Power
• Demodulation
RF Measurement – Occupied Bandwidth
Excessive occupied bandwidth can create interference
with adjacent channels or be a sign of poor signal
quality, leading to dropped calls.
The goal of these measurements is
to increase data rate and capacity by
accurate power settings, ensuring low
out-of-channel emissions, and good signal
quality. These attributes help to create a
low dropped call rate, a low blocked call
rate, and a good customer experience.
Cell site technicians or RF engineers can
make measurements Over-the-Air (OTA)
to spot-check a transmitter’s coverage
and signal quality without taking the cell
site off-line. When the OTA test results
are ambiguous, one can directly connect
to the base station to check the signal
quality and transmitter power.
For easy identification of which cell you
are measuring, the Base Station Identity
Code (BSIC) gives the base station id,
the Network Color Code (NCC) identifies
the owner of the network, and the Base
Station Color Code (BCC) provides the
sector information.
Demodulation – Error Vector Magnitude (EVM)
This is the single most important signal quality
measurement. Poor EVM leads to dropped calls, low
data rate, low sector capacity, and blocked calls.
Carrier-to-Interference (C/I)
C/I indicates the quality of the received
signal. It also can be used to identify
areas of poor signal quality. Low C/I
ratios will cause coverage issues including
dropped calls, blocked calls, and other
handset reception problems.
Phase Error
Phase Error is a measure of the phase
difference between an ideal and actual
GMSK modulated voice signal. High phase
error leads to dropped calls, blocked calls,
and missed handoffs.
Origin Offset
RF Measurement – Average Burst Power
High or low values will create larger areas of cell-tocell interference and create lower data rates near cell
edges. Low values create dropouts and dead zones.
Origin Offset is a measure of the DC power
leaking through local oscillators and mixers.
A high Origin Offset will worsen EVM and
Phase Error measurements and create
higher dropped call rates.
Power versus Time (Slot and Frame)
Power versus Time (Slot and Frame) should
be used if the GSM base station is setup to
turn RF power off between timeslots. When
used OTA, this measurement can also spot
GSM signals from other cells. Violations of
the mask create dropped calls, low capacity,
and small service area issues.
Pass/Fail Test
Set up common test limits, or sets of limits, for
each instrument. Inconsistent settings between base
stations lead to inconsistent network behavior.
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Frequency Error
Modulation Type
BSIC (NCC, BCC)
Multi-channel Spectrum
Power vs. Time (Frame/Slot)
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Burst Power
Average Burst Power
Frequency Error
Modulation Type
BSIC (NCC, BCC)
Demodulation
Phase Error
EVM
Origin Offset
C/I
Modulation Type
Magnitude Error
BSIC (NCC, BCC)
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
W-CDMA/HSPA+ Measurements (Option 0881)
W-CDMA/HSPA+ Measurements
RF Measurements
The BTS Master features three
W-CDMA/HSPA+ measurement modes:
Channel Spectrum
• RF Measurements
• Demodulation
• Over-the Air Measurements (OTA)
RF Measurements – Spectral Emissions Mask
The 3GPP spectral emission mask is displayed. Failing
this test leads to interference with neighboring carriers,
legal liability, and low signal quality.
The goal of these measurements is
to increase data rate and capacity by
accurate power settings, ensuring low
out-of-channel emissions, and good signal
quality. These attributes help to create a
low dropped call rate, a low blocked call
rate, and a good customer experience.
Cell site technicians or RF engineers can
make measurements Over-the-Air (OTA)
to spot-check a transmitter’s coverage
and signal quality without taking the Node
B off-line. When the OTA test results are
ambiguous, one can directly connect to
the base station to check the signal quality
and transmitter power.
Frequency Error
Demodulation – Error Vector Magnitude (EVM)
This is the single most important signal quality
measurement. Poor EVM leads to dropped calls, low
data rate, low sector capacity, and blocked calls.
Frequency Error is a check to see that the
carrier frequency is precisely set. The BTS
Master can accurately measure Carrier
Frequency Error OTA if the instrument is
GPS enabled or in GPS holdover. Calls will
drop when mobiles travel at higher speed.
In some cases, cell phones cannot hand off
into, or out of the cell.
Peak Code Domain Error (PCDE)
Peak Code Domain Error is a measure of
the errors between one code channel and
another. High PCDE causes dropped calls,
low signal quality, low data rate, low sector
capacity, and blocked calls.
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Peak-to-Average Power
Spectral Emission Mask
Single carrier ACLR
Multi-carrier ACLR
Demodulation
Code Domain Power Graph
P-CPICH Power
Channel Power
Noise Floor
EVM
Carrier Feed Through
Peak Code Domain Error
Carrier Frequency
Frequency Error
Control Channel Power
Abs/Rel/Delta Power
CPICH, P-CCPCH
S-CCPCH, PICH
P-SCH, S-SCH
HSPA+
Power vs. Time
Constellation
Code Domain Power Table
Code, Status
EVM, Modulation Type
Power, Code Utilization
Power Amplifier Capacity
Codogram
Over-the-Air (OTA) Measurements
Scrambling Code Scanner (Six)
Scrambling Codes
CPICH
Ec/Io
Ec
Pilot Dominance
OTA Total Power
Multipath
Over-the-Air Measurements – Scrambling Codes
Too many strong sectors at the same location creates
pilot pollution. This leads to low data rate, low
capacity, and excessive soft handoffs.
Band Spectrum
Multipath measurements show how
many, how long, and how strong the
various radio signal paths are. Multipath
signals outside tolerances set by the
cell phone or other UE devices become
interference. The primary issue is
co-channel interference leading to
dropped calls and low data rates.
Pass/Fail Mode
The BTS Master stores the five test models
covering all eleven test scenarios specified
in the 3GPP specification (TS 25.141)
for testing base station performance
and recalls these models for quick easy
measurements.
Pass/Fail Test
Set up common test limits, or sets of limits, for
each instrument. Inconsistent settings between base
stations lead to inconsistent network behavior.
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Multipath Scanner (Six)
Six Multipaths
Tau
Distance
RSCP
Relative Power
Multipath Power
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
TD-SCDMA/HSPA+ Measurements (Option 0882)
TD-SCDMA/HSPA+ Measurements
The BTS Master features three
TD-SCDMA/HSPA+ measurement modes:
• RF Measurements
• Demodulation
• Over-the Air Measurements (OTA)
RF Measurements – Spectral Emissions Mask
The 3GPP spectral emission mask is displayed. Failing
this test leads to interference with neighboring carriers,
legal liability, and low signal quality.
Modulation Quality – EVM
High or low values will create larger areas of cell-tocell interference and create lower data rates near cell
edges. Low values affect in-building coverage.
The goal of these measurements is
to increase data rate and capacity by
accurate power settings, ensuring low
out-of-channel emissions, and good signal
quality. These attributes help to create a
low dropped call rate, a low blocked call
rate, and a good customer experience.
Cell site technicians or RF engineers can
make measurements Over-the-Air (OTA)
to spot-check a transmitter’s coverage
and signal quality without taking the cell
site off-line. When the OTA test results are
ambiguous, one can directly connect to
the base station to check the signal quality
and transmitter power.
Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) is the ratio
of errors, or distortions, in the actual
signal, compared to a perfect signal. EVM
faults will result in poor signal quality to
all user equipment. In turn, this will result
in extended hand off time, lower sector
capacity, and lower data rates, increasing
dropped and blocked calls.
Peak Code Domain Error (Peak CDE)
Peak CDE is the EVM of the worst code.
Code Domain displays show the traffic
in a specific time slot. Peak CDE faults
will result in poor signal quality to all
user equipment. In turn, this will result
in extended hand off time, lower sector
capacity, and lower data rates.
OTA Tau Scanner Ec/Io
Ec/Io faults indicate excessive or
inadequate coverage and lead to low
capacity, low data rates, extended
handoffs, and excessive call drops.
Over-the-Air Measurements – Sync Signal Power
Check for uneven amplitude of sub-carriers. Data will
be less reliable on weak sub-carriers, creating a lower
overall data rate.
DwPTS OTA Power Mapping
DwPTS OTA Power when added to
Ec/Io gives the absolute sync code power
which is often proportional to PCCPCH
(pilot) power. Use this to check and plot
coverage with GPS. Coverage plots can
be downloaded to PC based mapping
programs for later analysis. Poor readings
will lead to low capacity, low data rates,
excessive call drops and call blocking.
RF Measurements
Channel Spectrum
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Left Channel Power
Left Channel Occ B/W
Right Channel Power
Right Channel Occ B/W
Power vs. Time
Six Slot Powers
Channel Power (RRC)
DL-UL Delta Power
UpPTS Power
DwPTS Power
On/Off Ratio
Slot Peak-to-Average Power
Spectral Emission
RF Summary
Demodulation
Code Domain Power/Error
(QPSK/8 PSK/16 QAM/64 QAM)
Slot Power
DwPTS Power
Noise Floor
Frequency Error
Tau
Scrambling Code
EVM
Peak EVM
Peak Code Domain Error
CDP Marker
Modulation Summary
Over-the-Air (OTA) Measurements
Code Scan (32)
Scrambling Code Group
Tau
Ec/Io
DwPTS Power
Pilot Dominance
Tau Scan (Six)
Sync-DL#
Tau
Ec/Io
DwPTS Power
Pilot Dominance
Record
Run/Hold
Pass/Fail (User Editable)
Pass Fail All
Pass/Fail RF
Pass Fail Demod
Measurements
Occupied Bandwidth
Channel Power
Channel Power RCC
On/Off Ratio
Peak-to-Average Ratio
Frequency Error
EVM
Peak EVM
Peak Code Domain Error
Tau
Carrier Feedthrough
Noise Floor
Pass/Fail Test
Set up common test limits, or sets of limits, for
each instrument. Inconsistent settings between base
stations lead to inconsistent network behavior.
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BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
LTE FDD/TDD Measurements (Option 0883)
LTE FDD/TDD Signal Measurements
The BTS Master features three LTE
measurement modes:
• RF Measurements
• Modulation Measurements
• Over-the Air Measurements (OTA)
Modulation Quality – Power vs. Resource Block
A high utilization of the Resource Blocks would
indicate a cell site in nearing overload and it may be
appropriate to start planning for additional capacity.
The goal of these measurements is
to increase data rate and capacity by
accurate power settings, ensuring low
out-of-channel emissions, and good signal
quality. These attributes help to create a
low dropped call rate, a low blocked call
rate, and a good customer experience.
Cell site technicians or RF engineers can
make measurements Over-the-Air (OTA)
to spot-check a transmitter’s coverage
and signal quality without taking the cell
site off-line. When the OTA test results are
ambiguous, one can directly connect to
the base station to check the signal quality
and transmitter power.
Adjacent Channel Leakage Ratio (ACLR)
Modulation Quality – Control Channels
High values will create larger areas of cell-to-cell
interference and create lower data rates near cell
edges. Low values affect in-building coverage.
Adjacent Channel Leakage Ratio (ACLR)
measures how much BTS signal gets into
neighboring RF channels. ACLR checks the
closest (adjacent) and the second closest
(alternate) channels. Poor ACLR can lead
to interference with adjacent carriers
and legal liability. It also can indicate
poor signal quality which leads to low
throughput.
Cell ID (Sector ID, Group ID)
Cell ID indicates which base station is
being measured OTA. The strongest base
station at your current location is selected
for measurement. Wrong values for Cell ID
lead to inability to register. If the cause is
excessive overlapping coverage, it also will
lead to poor EVM and low data rates.
Pass/Fail Test
Over-the-Air Measurements – Tx Test
By looking at the reference signals of MIMO antennas
one can determine if MIMO is working properly. If the
delta power is too large, there is an issue.
Set up common test limits, or sets of
limits, for each instrument. Inconsistent
settings between base stations leads to
inconsistent network behavior.
EVM
High values will create larger areas of
cell-to-cell interference and create lower
data rates near cell edges.
Mapping
Over-the-Air On-screen Mapping
Import map area on instrument screen to drive test
downlink coverage of S-SS Power, RSRP, RSRQ, or SINR.
On-screen mapping allows field technicians
to quickly determine the downlink
coverage quality in a given geographic
location. Plot S-SS Power, RSRP, RSRQ or
SINR with five user definable thresholds.
All parameters are collected for the
three strongest signals and can be saved
as *.kml and *.mtd (tab delimited)
for importing to third party mapping
programs for further analysis.
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RF Measurements
Channel Spectrum
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Power vs. Time (TDD only)
Frame View
Sub-Frame View
Total Frame Power
DwPTS Power
Transmit Off Power
Cell ID
Timing Error
ACLR
Spectral Emission Mask
Category A or B (Opt 1)
RF Summary
Modulation Measurements
Power vs. Resource Block (RB)
RB Power (PDSCH)
Active RBs, Utilization %
Channel Power, Cell ID
Constellation
QPSK, 16 QAM, 64 QAM
Modulation Results
Ref Signal Power (RS)
Sync Signal Power (SS)
EVM – rms, peak, max hold
Frequency Error – Hz, ppm
Carrier Frequency
Cell ID
Control Channel Power
Bar Graph or Table View
RS, P-SS, S-SS
PBCH, PCFICH
PHICH, PDCCH (FDD only)
Total Power (Table View)
Modulation Results
Tx Time Alignment (FDD only)
Modulation Summary
Antenna Icons
Detects active antennas (1 or 2)
Over-the-Air Measurements (OTA)
Scanner - six strongest signals
Cell ID (Group, Sector)
S-SS, RSRP, RSRQ, SINR
Dominance
Modulation Results – On/Off
Tx Test
Scanner - three strongest signals
RS Power of MIMO antennas
Cell ID, Average Power
Delta Power (Max-Min)
Graph of Antenna Power
Modulation Results – On/Off
Mapping
On-screen
S-SS, RSRP, RSRQ, or SINR
Pass/Fail (User Editable)
View Pass/Fail Limits
All, RF, Modulation
Available Measurements
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
ACLR
Frequency Error
Carrier Frequency
Dominance
EVM peak, rms
RS Power
SS, P-SS, S-SS Power
PBCH Power
PCFICH Power
Cell, Group, Sector ID
Frame Power
DwPTS Power
Transmit Off Power
Timing Error
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
CDMA/EV-DO Measurements (Option 0884)
CDMA Measurements
The BTS Master features three
CDMA measurement modes:
• RF Measurements
• Demodulation
• Over-the Air Measurements (OTA)
RF Measurements – Spectral Emissions Mask
The 3GPP2 spectral emission mask is displayed. Failing
this test leads to interference with neighboring carriers,
legal liability, and low signal quality.
The goal of these measurements is
to increase data rate and capacity by
accurate power settings, ensuring low
out-of-channel emissions, and good signal
quality. These attributes help to create a
low dropped call rate, a low blocked call
rate, and a good customer experience.
Cell site technicians or RF engineers can
make measurements Over-the-Air (OTA)
to spot-check a transmitter’s coverage
and signal quality without taking the cell
site off-line. When the OTA test results are
ambiguous, one can directly connect to
the base station to check the signal quality
and transmitter power.
Adjacent Channel Power Ratio (ACPR)
Modulation Quality – EVM
High or low values will create larger areas of cell-tocell interference and create lower data rates near cell
edges. Low values affect in-building coverage.
ACPR measures how much of the carrier
gets into neighboring RF channels. ACPR,
and multi-channel ACPR, check the closest
(adjacent) and second closest (alternate)
RF channels for single and multicarrier
signals. High ACPR will create interference
for neighboring carriers. This is also an
indication of low signal quality and low
capacity, which can lead to blocked calls.
RMS Phase Error
RMS Phase Error is a measure of signal
distortion caused by frequency instability.
Any changes in the reference frequency
or the radio’s internal local oscillators will
cause problems with phase error. A high
reading will cause dropped calls, low signal
quality, low data rate, low sector capacity,
and blocked calls.
Noise Floor
Over-the-Air Measurements – Sync Signal Power
Check for uneven amplitude of sub-carriers. Data will
be less reliable on weak sub-carriers, creating a lower
overall data rate.
Noise Floor is the average level of the
visible code domain noise floor. This will
affect Rho. A high noise floor will result in
dropped calls, low signal quality, low data
rate, low sector capacity, and blocked calls.
Ec/Io
RF Measurements
Channel Spectrum
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Peak-to-Average Power
Spectral Emission Mask
Multi-carrier ACPR
Rf Summary
Demodulation
Code Domain Power Graph
Pilot Power
Channel Power
Noise Floor
Rho
Carrier Feed Through
Tau
RMS Phase Error
Frequency Error
Abs/Rel/ Power
Pilot
Page
Sync
Q Page
Code Domain Power Table
Code
Status
Power
Multiple Codes
Code Utilization
Modulation Summary
Over-the-Air (OTA) Measurements
Pilot Scanner (Nine)
PN
Ec/Io
Tau
Pilot Power
Channel Power
Pilot Dominance
Multipath Scanner (Six)
Ec/Io
Tau
Channel Power
Multipath Power
Limit Test – 10 Tests Averaged
Rho
Adjusted Rho
Multipath
Pilot Dominance
Pilot Power
Pass/Fail Status
Pass/Fail (User Editable)
Measurements
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Peak-to-Average Power
Spectral Mask Test
Frequency Error
Ec/Io indicates the quality of the signal
from each PN. Low Ec/Io leads to low data
rate and low capacity.
Channel Frequency
Pilot Power
Noise Floor
Rho
Carrier Feed Through
Tau
RMS Phase Error
Code Utilization
Measured PN
Pilot Dominance
Multipath Power
Pass/Fail Test
Set up common test limits, or sets of limits, for
each instrument. Inconsistent settings between base
stations lead to inconsistent network behavior.
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BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
CDMA/EV-DO Measurements (Option 0884) (continued)
EV-DO Measurements
The BTS Master features three
EV-DO measurement modes:
• RF Measurements
• Demodulation
• Over-the Air Measurements (OTA)
RF Measurements – Pilot and MAC Power
High values will create pilot pollution. High or low
values will cause dead spots/dropped calls and cell
loading imbalances/blocked calls.
The goal of these measurements is
to increase data rate and capacity by
accurate power settings, ensuring low
out-of-channel emissions, and good signal
quality. These attributes help to create a
low dropped call rate, a low blocked call
rate, and a good customer experience.
Cell site technicians or RF engineers can
make measurements Over-the-Air (OTA)
to spot-check a transmitter’s coverage
and signal quality without taking the cell
site off-line. When the OTA test results are
ambiguous, one can directly connect to
the base station to check the signal quality
and transmitter power.
Spectral Emission Mask (SEM)
Demodulation – Frequency Error
Calls will drop when mobiles travel at higher speed. In
some cases, cell phones cannot hand off into, or out of
the cell, creating island cells.
SEM is a way to check out-of-channel
spurious emissions near the carrier. These
spurious emissions both indicate distortion
in the signal and can create interference
with carriers in the adjacent channels.
Faults leads to interference and thus, lower
data rates for adjacent carriers. Faults
also may lead to legal liability and low
in-channel signal quality.
Channel Spectrum
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Peak-to-Average Power
Power vs. Time
Pilot & MAC Power
Channel Power
Frequency Error
Idle Activity
On/Off Ratio
Spectral Emission Mask
Multi-carrier ACPR
RF Summary
Demodulation
MAC Code Domain Power Graph
Pilot & MAC Power
Channel Power
Frequency Error
Rho Pilot
Rho Overall
Data Modulation
Noise Floor
MAC Code Domain Power Table
Code
Status
Power
Code Utilization
Data Code Domain Power
Active Data Power
Data Modulation
Rho Pilot
Rho Overall
Maximum Data CDP
Minimum Data CDP
Rho
Rho is a measure of modulation quality.
Rho Pilot, Rho Mac, and Rho Data are the
primary signal quality tests for EV-DO
base stations. Low Rho results in dropped
calls, low signal quality, low data rate, low
sector capacity, and blocked calls. This is
the single most important signal quality
measurement.
Modulation Summary
Over-the-Air (OTA) Measurements
Pilot Scanner (Nine)
PN
Ec/Io
Tau
Pilot Power
Channel Power
Pilot Dominance
Mulitpath Scanner (Six)
PN Codes
Over-the-Air Measurements – Multipath
Too much Multipath from the selected PN Code is the
primary issue of co-channel interference leading to
dropped calls and low data rates.
RF Measurements
PN Code overlap is checked by the pilot
scanner. Too many strong pilots create
pilot pollution which results in low data
rate, low capacity, and excessive soft
handoffs.
Over-the-Air (OTA) Pilot Power
OTA Pilot Power indicates signal strength.
Low OTA Pilot Power causes dropped calls,
low data rate, and low capacity.
Ec/Io
Tau
Channel Power
Multipath Power
Pass/Fail (User Editable)
Measurements
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Peak-to-Average Power
Carrier Frequency
Frequency Error
Spectral Mask
Noise Floor
Pilot Floor
RMS Phase Error
Tau
Code Utilization
Measured PN
Pilot Dominance
Pass/Fail Test
Set up common test limits, or sets of limits, for
each instrument. Inconsistent settings between base
stations lead to inconsistent network behavior.
Multipath Power
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BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
WiMAX Fixed/Mobile Measurements (Option 0885)
WiMAX Fixed/Mobile Measurements
The BTS Master features two Fixed WiMAX
and three Mobile WiMAX measurement
modes:
• RF Measurements
RF Measurement – Preamble Power
High or low values will create larger areas of cell-tocell interference and create lower data rates near cell
edges. Low values affect in-building coverage.
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Power vs. Time
Channel Power
Preamble Power
• Over-the Air Measurements (OTA)
(Mobile only)
Uplink Burst Power (Mobile only)
The goal of these measurements is
to increase data rate and capacity by
accurate power settings, ensuring low
out-of-channel emissions, and good signal
quality. These attributes help to create a
low dropped call rate, a low blocked call
rate, and a good customer experience.
Cell site technicians or RF engineers can
make measurements Over-the-Air (OTA)
to spot-check a transmitter’s coverage
and signal quality without taking the cell
site off-line. When the OTA test results are
ambiguous, one can directly connect to
the base station to check the signal quality
and transmitter power.
Cell ID, Sector ID, and Preamble show
which cell, sector, and segment are being
measured OTA. The strongest signal is
selected automatically for the additional
PCINR and Base Station ID measurement.
Wrong values for cell, sector and segment
ID lead to dropped handoffs and island cells.
If the cause is excessive coverage, it also
will lead to large areas of low data rates.
Error Vector Magnitude (EVM)
Relative Constellation Error (RCE)
Over-the-Air Measurements – PCINR
A low Physical Carrier to Interference plus Noise Ratio
(PCINR) indicates poor signal quality, low data rate and
reduced sector capacity.
Channel Spectrum
• Demodulation (up to 10 MHz)
Cell ID, Sector ID, and Preamble
(Mobile WiMAX)
Demodulation – Frequency Error
Calls will drop when user’s equipment travels at high
speed. In severe cases, handoffs will not be possible at
any speed, creating island cells.
RF Measurements
RCE and EVM measure the difference
between the actual and ideal signal. RCE
is measured in dB and EVM in percent.
A known modulation is required to make
these measurements. High RCE and EVM
cause low signal quality, low data rate, and
low sector capacity. This is the single most
important signal quality measurement.
Downlink Burst Power (Mobile only)
Data Burst Power (Fixed only)
Crest Factor (Fixed only)
ACPR
RF Summary
Demodulation (10 MHz maximum)
Constellation
RCE (RMS/Peak)
EVM (RMS/Peak)
Frequency Error
Carrier Frequency
CINR (Mobile only)
Base Station ID
Sector ID (Mobile Only)
Spectral Flatness
Adjacent Subcarrier Flatness
EVM vs. Subcarrier/Symbol
RCE (RMS/Peak)
EVM (RMS/Peak)
Frequency Error
CINR (Mobile only)
Base Station ID
Sector ID (Mobile only)
DL-MAP (Tree View) (Mobile only)
Modulation Summary
Over-the-Air (OTA) (Mobile)
Channel Power Monitor
Preamble Scanner (Six)
Preamble
Relative Power
Cell ID
Sector ID
PCINR
Dominant Preamble
Base Station ID
Auto-Save with GPS Tagging and Logging
Pass/Fail (User Editable)
Pass Fail All
Pass/Fail RF
Pass/Fall Demod
Measurements
Preamble Mapping (Mobile WiMAX)
Channel Power
Preamble Scanner can be used with the
GPS to save scan results for later display
on a map. PCINR ratio can be used for the
strongest WiMAX preamble available at
that spot. The Base Station ID and Sector
ID information are also included so that
it’s easier to interpret the results. Once
PCINR data is mapped, it becomes much
easier to understand and troubleshoot any
interference or coverage issues.
Occupied Bandwidth
Pass/Fail Test
Set up common test limits, or sets of limits, for
each instrument. Inconsistent settings between base
stations lead to inconsistent network behavior.
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Downlink Bust Power
Uplink Bust Power
Preamble Power
Crest Factor
Frequency Error
Carrier Frequency
EVM
RCE
Sector ID (Mobile)
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
Vector Signal Generator Option (Option 0023)
Vector Signal Generator (VSG)
The BTS Master’s Vector Signal Generator
is designed to be a signal source to
facilitate base station field testing of the
receiver’s basic performance when it
comes to:
• Sensitivity
• Adjacent Channel Selectivity
• Blocking
• Intermodulation Rejection
Sensitivity Test Set-up
Wanted Signal: Modulated
Interferer: CW
AWGN: Off
The BTS Master has the flexibility to
generate three signals in a variety of
combinations:
• Modulated, CW, AWGN
(Additive White Gaussian Noise)
• Wanted Signals (modulated or CW)
• One signal at 10 MHz or less
(with no interferer present)
• One signal at 5 MHz or less
(with interferer present)
• With or without AWGN
• Interferer (modulated or CW)
• One interferer at 5 MHz or less
• With or without AWGN
Adjacent Channel Selectivity Test Set-up
Wanted Signal: Modulated
Interferer: Modulated
AWGN: On
The BTS Master has the ability to output
complex waveforms. As an example,
you generate a W-CDMA signal and a
GSM interferer. It offers the capability to
generate complex waveforms including:
• LTE, TD-LTE
• W-CDMA, HSPA+
• TD-SCDMA, TD-HSPA+
• GSM, GPRS, EDGE
• CDMA2000 1X, 1x EV-DO
• Fixed WiMAX, Mobile WiMAX
• AM, FM
• QPSK, QAM
Blocking Test Set-up
Wanted Signal: Modulated
Interference: Modulated
AWGN: Off
The BTS Master VSG has an output power
range to meet most testing requirements
from -124 dBm to 0 dBm.
Users can define their patterns in either
MATLAB® or ASCII. Master Software Tools
Pattern Converter can upload them into
the BTS Master.
Intermodulation Rejection Test Set-up
Wanted Signal: Modulated
Interferer: CW
AWGN: On
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Set-up Parameters
Frequency
Amplitude
Trigger (for modulated signals)
Pattern Manager
Modulation
Modulation Edit
RF (On/Off)
Standard Signal Patterns
AM
FM
Pulsed CW
EDGE – Continuous
W-CDMA Pilot
DECT 16 QAM – Continuous
DECT 64 QAM – Continuous
DVB-C
J.83C Digital Cable
64 QAM – US Digital Cable
User-defined Signal Patterns
(Sampling Rate, Bandwidth)
12.500 MHz, 10 MHz
6.250 MHz, 5.0 MHz
1.625 MHz, 1.2 MHz
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
Line Sweep Tools (for your PC)
Master Software Tools (for your PC)
Line Sweep Tools
Line Sweep Features
Line Sweep Tools increases productivity for
people who deal with dozens of Cable and
Antenna traces, or Passive Intermodulation
(PIM) traces, every day.
Presets
User Interface
Input: HHST DAT, VNA Measurements: Return Loss
Line Sweep Tools has a user interface
that will be familiar to users of Anritsu’s
Hand Held Software Tools so the learning
curve will be short.
Marker and Limit Line Presets
Trace Validation
Marker and Limit Line presets allow quick checks of
traces for limit violations
Presets make applying markers and a limit
line to similar traces, as well as validating
traces, a quick task.
Renaming Grid
(VSWR), Cable Loss, DTF-RL, DTF-VSWR, PIM
Output: LS DAT, VNA, CSV, PNG, BMP, JPG, PDF
Report Generator
Logo, title, company name, customer name,
location, date and time, filename, PDF, HTML,
all open traces
Tools
Cable Editor
Distance to Fault Measurement Calculator
Report Generator
Capture Plots to
Renaming Grid
Interfaces
Ethernet, USB cable, and USB memory stick
Screen, Database, DAT files, JPEG, Instrument
Master Software Tools Features
Database Management
Full Trace Retrieval
Trace Catalog
Master Software Tools (MST) is a powerful
PC software post-processing tool designed
to enhance the productivity of technicians in
data analysis and testing automation.
Group Edit
Folder Spectrogram
Data Converter
Folder Spectrogram – creates a composite
file of up to 15,000 multiple traces for quick
review, also create:
• Peak Power, Total Power, and Peak
Frequency plotted over time
Trace Editor
Data Analysis
Trace Math and Smoothing
Measurement Calculator
Mapping
Spectrum Analyzer Mode
Mobile WiMAX OTA
TS-SCDMA OTA
• Histogram – filter data and plot number
of occurrences over time
LTE, both FDD and TDD
• Minimum, Maximum, and Average
Power plotted over frequency
Folder Spectrogram – 2D View
• Movie playback – playback data in the
familiar frequency domain view
• 3D Spectrogram – for in-depth analysis
with 3-axis rotation viewing control
Script Master™
Remote Access Tool
The Remote Access Tool allows supervisors to remotely
view and control the instrument over the Internet.
File Types
Signal Standard Editor
Master Software Tools
3D Spectrogram
For in-depth analysis with 3-axis rotation viewing,
threshold, reference level, and marker control.
Turn on Signal ID to see the types of signals.
Next trace capability
A renaming grid makes changing file names,
trace titles, and trace subtitles from field values
to those required for a report much quicker
than manual typing and is less prone to error.
The report generator will generate a
professional looking PDF of all open traces
with additional information such as contractor
logos and contact information.
Report Generation
Create reports with company logo, GPS tagging
information, calibration status, and serial number of
the instrument for complete reporting.
7 sets of 6 markers and 1 limit line
Folder Spectrogram
Video Folder Spectrogram – 2D View
Folder Spectrogram – 3D View
List/Parameter Editors
Traces
Antennas, Cables, Signal Standards
Product Updates
Firmware Upload
Script Master is an automation tool which
allows the user to embed the operator’s test
procedure inside the BTS Master for GSM/
GPRS/EDGE and W-CDMA/HSPA+ signal
analysis applications.
Pass/Fail
Using Channel Scanner Script Master,
the user can create a list of up to 1200
channels and let the BTS Master sequence
through the channels 20 at a time,
automatically making measurements.
Script Master™
Remote Control
The BTS Master can be configured for
remote control via WiFi to support a variety
of testing scenarios. Line of site distances
of >100 m (>328 ft) have been achieved
allowing a person on the ground to control
the test equipment while a person at the top
of the mast makes connections.
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VSG Pattern Converter
Languages
Mobile WiMAX
Display
Channel Scanner Mode
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Mode
W-CDMA/HSPA+ Mode
Connectivity
Ethernet, USB
Download measurements and live traces
Upload Lists/Parameters and VSG Patterns
Firmware Updates
Remote Access Tool over the Internet
BTS Master™ MT8220T Base Station Analyzer Features
Active Menu
Menu Key
Fan Exhaust Port
Power on LED
Battery
Charge LED
Arrow
Keys
Rotary
Knob
Fan
Exhaust
Port
Keypad
Fan Inlet
Handheld Size: 315 mm x 211 mm x 77 mm (12.4 in x 8.3 in x 3.0 in), Lightweight: 4.6 kg (10.2 lb)
Ext Trigger In
SPA RF In
—
VNA Port 2
GPS Antenna
10 MHz Ref Out
Ext Ref In
RF Output
IF Out
Headset Jack
USB Mini-B
LAN
A-Type USB
External
Power
All connectors are conveniently located on the top panel, leaving the sides clear for handheld use
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Ordering Information
MT8220T
400 MHz to 6 GHz
150 kHz to 7.1 GHz
10 MHz to 7.1 GHz
Description
Cable and Antenna Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer
Power Meter
Options
MT8220T-0010
Bias-Tee
MT8220T-0019
High-Accuracy Power Meter (requires external power sensor)
MT8220T-0025
Interference Analyzer
MT8220T-0027
Channel Scanner
MT8220T-0089
Zero-Span IF Output
MT8220T-0431
Coverage Mapping
MT8220T-0090
Gated Sweep
MT8220T-0024
I/Q Waveform Capture
MT8220T-0023
Vector Signal Generator
MT8220T-0880
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Measurements
MT8220T-0881
W-CDMA/HSPA+ Measurements
MT8220T-0882
TD-SCDMA/HSPA+ Measurements
MT8220T-0883
LTE FDD/TDD Measurements
MT8220T-0884
CDMA/EV-DO Measurements
MT8220T-0885
WiMAX Fixed/Mobile Measurements
MT8220T-0098
Standard Calibration to ISO/IEC 17025:2005
MT8220T-0099
Premium Calibration to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 plus test data
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Power Sensors (For complete ordering information see the respective datasheets of each sensor)
Part Number
PSN50
Description
High Accuracy RF Power Sensor, 50 MHz to 6 GHz, +20 dBm
MA24105A
Inline Peak Power Sensor, 350 MHz to 4 GHz, +51.76 dBm
MA24106A
High Accuracy RF Power Sensor, 50 MHz to 6 GHz, +23 dBm
MA24108A
Microwave USB Power Sensor, 10 MHz to 8 GHz, +20 dBm
MA24118A
Microwave USB Power Sensor, 10 MHz to 18 GHz, +20 dBm
MA24126A
Microwave USB Power Sensor, 10 MHz to 26 GHz, +20 dBm
Manuals (soft copy included on Handheld Instruments Documentation Disc and at www.anritsu.com)
Part Number
User Guide
BTS Master
™
MT8220T
The High Performance Handheld Base Station Analyzer
Description
10920-00060
Handheld Instruments Documentation Disc
10580-00366
BTS Master User Guide (Hard copy included)
10580-00230
Cable and Antenna Analyzer Measurement Guide
10580-00349
Spectrum Analyzer Measurement Guide
10580-00240
Power Meter Measurement Guide
10580-00232
Vector Signal Generator Measurement Guide
10580-00234
3GPP Signal Analyzer Measurement Guide
10580-00235
3GPP2 Signal Analyzer Measurement Guide
10580-00236
WiMAX Signal Analyzer Measurement Guide
10580-00367
Programming Manual
10580-00368
Maintenance Manual
Troubleshooting Guides (soft copy at www.anritsu.com)
Part Number
Description
11410-00473
Cable, Antenna and Components
11410-00551
Spectrum Analyzers
11410-00472
Interference
11410-00566
LTE eNodeB Base Stations
11410-00615
TD-LTE eNodeB Base Stations
11410-00466
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Base Stations
11410-00463
W-CDMA/HSDPA Base Stations
11410-00465
TD-SCDMA/HSDPA Base Stations
11410-00467
cdmaOne/CDMA2000 1X Base Stations
11410-00468
CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Base Stations
11410-00470
Fixed WiMAX Base Stations
11410-00469
Mobile WiMAX Base Stations
Standard Accessories (included with instrument)
Part Number
Description
10920-00060
Handheld Instruments Documentation Disc
10580-00366
BTS Master User Guide (includes Bias-Tee and GPS Receiver)
2000-1760-R
GPS Antenna, SMA(m), 25 dB gain, 2.5 VDC to 3.7 VDC
2000-1685-R
Soft Carrying Case
2300-498
Master Software Tools (MST) CD Disc
2300-530
Anritsu Tool Box with Line Sweep Tools (LST) DVD Disc
633-75
40-187-R
806-141-R
Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery, 7500 mAh
AC/DC Power Supply
Automotive Cigarette Lighter 12 Volt DC Adapter
2000-1371-R
Ethernet Cable, 213 cm (7 ft)
3-2000-1498
USB A-mini B Cable, 305 cm (10 ft)
11410-00698
BTS Master MT8220T Technical Data Sheet
Certificate of Calibration
Three Year Warranty
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Optional Accessories
Calibration Components, 50 Ω
Part Number
Description
OSLN50-1
Precision Open/Short/Load, N(m), 42 dB, 6.0 GHz, 50 Ω
OSLNF50-1
Precision Open/Short/Load, N(f), 42 dB, 6.0 GHz, 50 Ω
2000-1618-R
Precision Open/Short/Load, 7/16 DIN(m), DC to 6.0 GHz 50 Ω
2000-1619-R
Precision Open/Short/Load, 7/16 DIN(f), DC to 6.0 GHz 50 Ω
22N50
Open/Short, N(m), DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
22NF50
Open/Short, N(f), DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
SM/PL-1
Precision Load, N(m), 42 dB, 6.0 GHz
SM/PLNF-1
Precision Load, N(f), 42 dB, 6.0 GHz
Calibration Components, 75 Ω
Part Number
Description
22N75
Open/Short, N(m), DC to 3 GHz, 75 Ω
22NF75
Open/Short, N(f), DC to 3 GHz, 75 Ω
26N75A
Precision Termination, N(m), DC to 3 GHz, 75 Ω
26NF75A
Precision Termination, N(f), DC to 3 GHz, 75 Ω
12N50-75B
Matching Pad, DC to 3 GHz, 50 Ω to 75 Ω
Adapters
Part Number
Description
1091-26-R
SMA(m) to N(m), DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
1091-27-R
SMA(f) to N(m), DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
1091-80-R
SMA(m) to N(f), DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
1091-81-R
SMA(f) to N(f), DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
1091-172-R
BNC(f) to N(m), DC to 1.3 GHz, 50 Ω
1091-417-R
N(m) to QMA(f), DC to 6 GHz, 50 Ω
1091-418-R
N(m) to QMA(m), DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
510-90-R
7/16 DIN(f) to N(m), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510-91-R
7/16 DIN(f) to N(f), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510-92-R
7/16 DIN(m) to N(m), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510-93-R
7/16 DIN(m) to N(f), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510-96-R
7/16 DIN(m) to 7/16 DIN(m), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510-97-R
7/16 DIN(f) to 7/16 DIN(f), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
1091-379-R
510-102-R
Reinforced-Grip TMA Bypass Adapter, 7/16 DIN(f) - 7/16 DIN(f), DC to 6 GHz, 50 Ω
N(m) to N(m), DC to 11 GHz, 50 Ω, 90 degrees right angle
Precision Adapters
Part Number
34NN50A
34NFNF50
Description
Precision Adapter, N(m) to N(m), DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision Adapter, N(f) to N(f), DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
Phase-Stable Test Port Cables, Armored w/ Reinforced Grip (ideal for contractors and other rugged applications)
Part Number
Description
15RNFN50-1.5-R
1.5 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
15RDFN50-1.5-R
1.5 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(f), 50 Ω
15RDN50-1.5-R
1.5 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(m), 50 Ω
15RNFN50-3.0-R
3.0 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
15RDFN50-3.0-R
3.0 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(f), 50 Ω
15RDN50-3.0-R
3.0 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(m), 50 Ω
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Optional Accessories (continued)
InterChangeable Adaptor Phase Stable Test Port Cables, Armored w/Reinforced Grip (recommended for cable and antenna line sweep applications.
It uses the same ruggedized grip as the Reinforced grip series cables. Now you can also change the adaptor interface on the grip to four different connector types)
Part Number
Description
15RCN50-1.5-R
1.5 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m), N(f), 7/16 DIN(m), 7/16 DIN(f), 50 Ω
15RCN50-3.0-R
3.0 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m), N(f), 7/16 DIN(m), 7/16 DIN(f), 50 Ω
Phase-Stable Test Port Cables, Armored (ideal for use with tightly spaced connectors and other general use applications)
Part Number
Description
15NNF50-1.5C
1.5 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
15NN50-1.5C
1.5 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to N(m), 50 Ω
15NDF50-1.5C
1.5 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(f), 50 Ω
15ND50-1.5C
1.5 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(m), 50 Ω
15NNF50-3.0C
3.0 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
15NN50-3.0C
3.0 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to N(m), 50 Ω
15NNF50-5.0C
5.0 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
15NN50-5.0C
5.0 m, DC to 6 GHz, N(m) to N(m), 50 Ω
Miscellaneous Accessories
Part Number
2000-1374R
633-75
Description
External Dual Charger for Li-lon Batteries
Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery, 7500 mAh
2000-1689
EMI Near Field Probe Kit
2000-1653
Anti-glare Screen Cover (package of 2)
MA2700A
Handheld InterferenceHunter™ (For full specifications, refer to the
MA2700A Technical Data Sheet 11410-00692)
Backpack and Transit Case
Part Number
67135
760-243-R
Description
Anritsu Backpack (For Handheld Instrument and PC)
Large Transit Case with Wheels and Handle
GPS Antenna
Part Number
Description
2000-1528-R
GPS Antenna, SMA(m) with 5 m (15 ft) cable, 3 dBi gain, requires 5 VDC
2000-1652-R
GPS Antenna, SMA(m) with 0.3 m (1 ft) cable, 5 dBi gain, requires 3.3 VDC or 5 VDC
2000-1760-R
GPS Antenna, SMA(m), 25 dB gain, 2.5 VDC to 3.7 VDC
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Optional Accessories (continued)
Directional Antennas
Part Number
Description
2000-1411-R
824 MHz to 896 MHz, N(f), 10 dBd, Yagi
2000-1412-R
885 MHz to 975 MHz, N(f), 10 dBd, Yagi
2000-1413-R
1710 MHz to 1880 MHz, N(f), 10 dBd. Yagi
2000-1414-R
1850 MHz to 1990 MHz, N(f), 9.3 dBd, Yagi
2000-1415-R
2400 MHz to 2500 MHz, N(f), 10 dBd, Yagi
2000-1416-R
1920 MHz to 2170 MHz, N(f), 10 dBd, Yagi
2000-1659-R
698 MHz to 787 MHz, N(f), 8 dBd, Yagi
2000-1660-R
1425 MHz to 1535 MHz, N(f), 12.2 dBd, Yagi
2000-1677-R
300 MHz to 3000 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω, 3 m cable (9.8 ft),
0 to 6 dBi gain @ 950 MHz, log periodic
2000-1617
600 MHz to 21 GHz, N(f), 5-8 dBi to 12 GHz, 0-6 dBi to 21 GHz, log periodic
2000-1726-R
Antenna, Yagi 2500 MHz to 2700 MHz N(f), 12 dBd
2000-1747-R
Antenna, Log Periodic, 300 MHz to 5000 MHz N(f), 5.1 dBi, typical
2000-1748-R
Antenna, Log Periodic, 1 to 18 GHz, N(f), 6 dBi, typical
Portable Antennas
Part Number
Description
2000-1200-R
806 MHz to 866 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω
2000-1473-R
870 MHz to 960 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω
2000-1035-R
896 MHz to 941 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
2000-1030-R
1710 MHz to 1880 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
2000-1474-R
1710 MHz to 1880 MHz with knuckle elbow (1/2 wave)
2000-1031-R
1850 MHz to 1990 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
2000-1475-R
1920 MHz to 1980 MHz and 2110 to 2170 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω
2000-1032-R
2400 MHz to 2500 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
2000-1361-R
2400 MHz to 2500, 5000 MHz to 6000 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω
2000-1677-R
300 MHz to 3000 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω, 3 m cable (9.8 ft),
0 to 6 dBi gain @ 950 MHz, log periodic
2000-1751-R
LTE Dipole, 698-960/1710-2170/2500-2700 MHz, SMA(m), 2 dBi, typical, 50 Ω
2000-1636-R
Antenna Kit (Consists of: 2000-1030-R, 2000-1031-R, 2000-1032-R, 2000-1200-R,
2000-1035-R, 2000-1361-R, and carrying pouch)
Mag Mount Broadband Antenna
Part Number
Description
2000-1647-R
Cable 1: 6
98 MHz to 1200 MHz 2 dBi peak gain,
1700 MHz to 2700 MHz 5 dBi peak gain, N(m), 50 Ω, 3 m (9.8 ft)
Cable 2: 3000 MHz to 6000 MHz 5 dBi peak gain, N(m), 50 Ω, 3 m (9.8 ft)
Cable 3: GPS 26 dB gain, SMA(m), 50 Ω, 3 m (9.8 ft)
2000-1645-R
694 MHz to 894 MHz 3 dBi peak gain,
1700 MHz to 2700 MHz 3 dBi peak gain, N(m), 50 Ω, 3 m (9.8 ft)
2000-1646-R
2000-1648-R
750 MHz to 1250 MHz 3 dBi peak gain,
1650 MHz to 2000 MHz 5 dBi peak gain,
2100 MHz to 2700 MHz 3 dBi peak gain, N(m), 50 Ω, 3 m (9.8 ft)
1700 MHz to 6000 MHz 3 dBi peak gain, N(m), 50 Ω, 3 m (9.8 ft)
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Optional Accessories (continued)
Bandpass Filters
Part Number
Description
1030-114-R
806 MHz to 869 MHz, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-109-R
824 MHz to 849 MHz, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-110-R
880 MHz to 915 MHz, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-111-R
1850 MHz to 1910 MHz, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-112-R
2400 MHz to 2484 MHz, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-105-R
890 MHz to 915 MHz Band, 0.41 dB loss, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-106-R
1710 MHz to 1790 MHz Band, 0.34 dB loss, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-107-R
1910 MHz to 1990 MHz Band, 0.41 dB loss, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-149-R
High Pass, 150 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1030-150-R
High Pass, 400 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1030-151-R
High Pass, 700 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1030-152-R
Low Pass, 200 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1030-153-R
Low Pass, 550 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1030-155-R
2500 MHz to 2700 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1030-178-R
1920 MHz to 1980 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1030-179-R
777 MHz to 787 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1030-180-R
2500 MHz to 2570 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
2000-1684-R
791 MHz to 821 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
Attenuators
Part Number
3-1010-122
42N50-20
Description
20 dB, 5 W, DC to 12.4 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
20 dB, 5 W, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
42N50A-30
30 dB, 50 W, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
3-1010-123
30 dB, 50 W, DC to 8.5 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
1010-127-R
30 dB, 150 W, DC to 3 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
3-1010-124
40 dB, 100 W, DC to 8.5 GHz, N(m) to N(f), Uni-directional
1010-121
1010-128-R
40 dB, 100 W, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f), Uni-directional
40 dB, 150 W, DC to 3 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
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Notes
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• United States
Anritsu Company
• Italy
Anritsu S.r.l.
• India
Anritsu India Private Limited
1155 East Collins Boulevard, Suite 100,
Richardson, TX, 75081 U.S.A.
Toll Free: 1-800-ANRITSU (267-4878)
Phone: +1-972-644-1777
Fax: +1-972-671-1877
Via Elio Vittorini 129 00144 Roma Italy
Phone: +39-06-509-9711
Fax: +39-06-502-2425
2nd & 3rd Floor, #837/1, Binnamangla 1st Stage,
Indiranagar, 100ft Road, Bangalore - 560038, India
Phone: +91-80-4058-1300
Fax: +91-80-4058-1301
• Sweden
Anritsu AB
• Canada
Anritsu Electronics Ltd.
Borgafjordsgatan 13A, 164 40 KISTA, Sweden
Phone: +46-8-534-707-00
Fax: +46-8-534-707-30
700 Silver Seven Road, Suite 120,
Kanata, Ontario K2V 1C3, Canada
Phone: +1-613-591-2003
Fax: +1-613-591-1006
• Finland
Anritsu AB
• Brazil
Anritsu Electrônica Ltda.
Teknobulevardi 3-5, FI-01530 Vantaa, Finland
Phone: +358-20-741-8100
Fax: +358-20-741-8111
Praça Amadeu Amaral, 27 - 1 Andar
01327-010 - Bela Vista - São Paulo - SP - Brazil
Phone: +55-11-3283-2511
Fax: +55-11-3288-6940
• Denmark
Anritsu A/S (for Service Assurance)
Anritsu AB (for Test & Measurement)
• Mexico
Anritsu Company, S.A. de C.V.
Kay Fiskers Plads 9, 2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark
Phone: +45-7211-2200
Fax: +45-7211-2210
Av. Ejército Nacional No. 579 Piso 9, Col. Granada
11520 México, D.F., México
Phone: +52-55-1101-2370
Fax: +52-55-5254-3147
• Russia
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Representation Office in Russia
• United Kingdom
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
200 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 3LU, U.K.
Phone: +44-1582-433280
Fax: +44-1582-731303
• France
Anritsu S.A.
12 avenue du Québec, Batiment Iris 1-Silic 612,
91140 VILLEBON SUR YVETTE, France
Phone: +33-1-60-92-15-50
Fax: +33-1-64-46-10-65
• Germany
Anritsu GmbH
Tverskaya str. 16/2, bld. 1, 7th floor.
Russia, 125009, Moscow
Phone: +7-495-363-1694
Fax: +7-495-935-8962
• United Arab Emirates
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Dubai Liaison Office
P O Box 500413 - Dubai Internet City
Al Thuraya Building, Tower 1, Suite 701, 7th Floor
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971-4-3670352
Fax: +971-4-3688460
• Singapore
Anritsu Pte. Ltd.
Nemetschek Haus, Konrad-Zuse-Platz 1
81829 München, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 89 442308-0
Fax: +49 (0) 89 442308-55
60 Alexandra Terrace, #02-08, The Comtech (Lobby A)
Singapore 118502
Phone: +65-6282-2400
Fax: +65-6282-2533
• P. R. China (Shanghai)
Anritsu (China) Co., Ltd.
Room 2701-2705, Tower A,
New Caohejing International Business Center
No. 391 Gui Ping Road Shanghai, 200233, P.R. China
Phone: +86-21-6237-0898
Fax: +86-21-6237-0899
• P. R. China (Hong Kong)
Anritsu Company Ltd.
Unit 1006-7, 10/F., Greenfield Tower, Concordia Plaza,
No. 1 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East,
Kowloon, Hong Kong, P. R. China
Phone: +852-2301-4980
Fax: +852-2301-3545
• Japan
Anritsu Corporation
8-5, Tamura-cho, Atsugi-shi,
Kanagawa, 243-0016 Japan
Phone: +81-46-296-1221
Fax: +81-46-296-1238
• Korea
Anritsu Corporation, Ltd.
502, 5FL H-Square N B/D, 681,
Sampyeong-dong, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si,
Gyeonggi-do, 463-400 Korea
Phone: +82-31-696-7750
Fax: +82-31-696-7751
• Australia
Anritsu Pty Ltd.
Unit 21/270 Ferntree Gully Road,
Notting Hill, Victoria 3168, Australia
Phone: +61-3-9558-8177
Fax: +61-3-9558-8255
• Taiwan
Anritsu Company Inc.
7F, No. 316, Sec. 1, Neihu Rd., Taipei 114, Taiwan
Phone: +886-2-8751-1816
Fax: +886-2-8751-1817
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