Brochure: MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer

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MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Signal Analyzer
MS2690A: 50 Hz to 6.0 GHz
MS2691A: 50 Hz to 13.5 GHz
MS2692A: 50 Hz to 26.5 GHz
Signal Analyzer Solving Next-Generation Wireless
Communications Issues
Next-generation wireless communications systems are
becoming increasingly sophisticated with higher speeds,
wider bandwidths, and multiple modulation methods in
which the signal changes dynamically with time.
Frequency bands are shifting above 3 GHz to ensure
sufficient bandwidth for new and emerging services and
applications. As a result, to permit analysis without impact
to transient changes, measuring instruments require
excellent measurement accuracy and wideband analysis
performance at frequency bands above 3 GHz.
Unlike other instruments with a basic band limited to 3 GHz,
the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A signal analyzer uses
leading-edge architecture offering a basic band that goes
to 6 GHz.
The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A supports world-class
absolute amplitude accuracy, modulation precision and
wideband analysis across a frequency range from 50 Hz
to 6 GHz.
The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A has a built-in vector
signal analysis function that performs FFT analysis over a
125 MHz bandwidth and a digitizing function that
accurately captures signal waveforms with no signal
dropout.
These advanced functions are ideal for the R&D arena
where increasingly complex next-generation
communication systems are being developed.
In addition, these analyzers are fast. Adding the optional
vector signal generator (covering frequencies up to 6 GHz)
creates a one-box tester that increases work efficiency in
R&D applications, reduces tact times in manufacturing,
and supports quick configuration of test systems.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Signal Analyzer
MS2690A: 50 Hz to 6.0 GHz, MS2691A: 50 Hz to 13.5 GHz, MS2692A: 50 Hz to 26.5 GHz
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*: IQproducer™ is a registered trademark of Anritsu Corporation.
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Top Class RF Performance Based on Advanced
Architecture
Excellent Level Accuracy up to 6 GHz
The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A integrates Anritsu's highfrequency technology and an advanced architecture that includes
two built-in calibration oscillators. External power meters and
single-frequency calibrations are obsolete, as the built-in
calibration oscillators perform calibration across the entire band
and enable the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A to demonstrate a
total level accuracy of ±0.5 dB from 50 Hz to 6 GHz.
The built-in phase calibration oscillator compensates for IF Filter
frequencies and allows the analyzer to achieve the superior
modulation accuracy required for WiMAX, 3G LTE, and other
wideband technologies.
Coupling calibration across the entire frequency band with a low
noise floor ensures that low level spurious signals can be seen
and accurately measured.
Note: Eliminates effect of noise floor
Used only when Uncal does not occur
*: Excluding Guard Band
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Block Diagram
Pre-selector
The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A has a basic band that goes to
6 GHz without a pre-selector. Standard spectrum analyzers may
use a pre-selector in the high band to clean-up images but it is
extremely difficult to stabilize the amplitude and frequency
characteristics of the pre-selector. This instability is the main
cause of degraded level accuracy and modulation precision in
measuring instruments.
Additionally, the pre-selector passband frequency can cause
limitations at analysis bandwidths. No pre-selector means greater
measurement accuracy.
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Wide Dynamic Range for True Value
Measurements
By using a front end that controls the noise figure and digital IF
technology capable of advanced 16-bit ADC, this model achieves
a superior display average noise level (DANL) of –155 dBm/Hz
and a third-order intercept (TOI) ≥+22 dBm. Measurement
performance does not degrade over this range, allowing
measurement of true values across the entire dynamic range.
The Category B spurious test standard established by 3GPP,
which requires a wide dynamic range in measuring instruments,
can be measured without using correction devices, such as filters
and amplifiers. The true values of devices and base stations are
measured easily and spurious tests can be performed with less
test equipment. This analyzer really shows its worth when
configuring simple test systems by reducing the calibration
burden and external equipment costs.
–153.78 dBm/Hz
1 to 6 GHz
World-class Measurement Speed
Taking full advantage of advanced software and high-speed
CPUs, these analyzers use the full power of FFT (Fast Fourier
Transform) technology to achieve world-class measurement
speeds for modulation analysis measurements over span of
125 MHz.
The speed of the analysis software has been stepped up,
supporting speeds 20 times faster than previous instruments.
A variety of interfaces, such as high-speed 1000BASE-T LAN and
USB 2.0, are built-in as standard.
Overall, these analyzers raise efficiency for R&D development
while cutting production-line tact times.
4.0 sec.
Spectrum Analyzer
100-times Averaging
1.2 sec.
100-times Averaging
(Analysis time length: Min)
Vector Signal Analysis
0.1 sec.
1-time Measurement
(Analysis time length: 1 ms)
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Leading Vector Signal Analysis Function
Combining Speed and Reliable RF Performance
High-speed/High-performance FFT
Analysis up to 125 MHz Bandwidth
Built-in Large-capacity 128 Msample
Waveform Memory
The Vector Signal Analysis (VSA) functions support analysis for
bandwidths up to 31.25 MHz as standard and up to 125 MHz as
an option. Very fast measurement speed and reliable
performance result from making the best use FFT technology with
a high-performance RF front end, 16-bit ADC, and fast CPU.
Moreover, signals can be captured seamlessly using the digitize
function for analysis from various views, such as frequency,
power, and time, for easy and quick troubleshooting.
A large-capacity 128 Msample waveform memory is built-in as
standard, permitting waveform capture over long periods. The
maximum capture time varies according to the frequency span as
shown in Table 1.
Frequency Span
1 kHz
2.5 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz
25 kHz
50 kHz
100 kHz
250 kHz
500 kHz
1 MHz
2.5 MHz
5 MHz
10 MHz
25 MHz
31.25 MHz
50 MHz
100 MHz
125 MHz
∗: Excluding Guard Band
Sampling Rate
2 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz
20 kHz
50 kHz
100 kHz
200 kHz
500 kHz
1 MHz
2 MHz
5 MHz
10 MHz
20 MHz
50 MHz
50 MHz
100 MHz
200 MHz
200 MHz
Max. Capture Time
2000 s
2000 s
2000 s
2000 s
2000 s
1000 s
500 s
200 s
100 s
50 s
20 s
10 s
5s
2s
2s
500 ms
500 ms
500 ms
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Diverse Analysis of Captured Waveforms using VSA Function
Frequency vs. Time
Measures FSK and GMSK
modulation wave frequency
variation, and VCO frequency
switching time.
Spectrogram
Displays spectrum variations with time;
useful for understanding waveform
transients because supports visual
monitoring of frequency and level time
variations.
Spectrum
Displays waveform of
wideband SPAN up to
125 MHz without interruption.
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Power vs. Time
Monitors changes in power
with time; useful for accurate
and fast measurement of
in-burst average power.
CCDF/APD
Supports wideband CCDF analysis up to
125 MHz; useful for evaluating power
amplifiers in wideband communications
systems.
Sub-Trace (Split Screens) Display for
Intuitive operation
This function specifies the analysis range as a sub- trace (Power
vs. Time, and spectrogram) and supports various VSA analyses
at the main trace. Spectrum changes at signal-on segments,
rising, falling, etc., are observed intuitively.
Convenient Replay for Comparison
Saved waveform data can be read and analyzed by the VSA
functions, allowing easy comparison and verification of data for
multiple DUTs.
Captured Waveform Data: Selection Screen
DUT (B)
DUT (A)
Captured Waveforms Analysis using
Commercial Analysis Tools
Captured Waveform Output from Vector
Signal Generator Option
Other digitizers may exhibit severe degradation of the RF channel
during capture, requiring troublesome calibration of the captured
data when using analysis tools.
The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A uses high-performance RF and
two built-in calibration oscillators to minimize the degradation and
eliminate the need for calibration before using analysis tools.
The waveform data are saved to the internal hard disk and can be
output to an external PC via a high-speed interface, such as the
1000BASE-T LAN port.
Waveforms captured using the digitizing function can be
regenerated by using with the optional MS2690A/MS2691A/
MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator. Signals captured in the
field can be returned to the lab for analysis by replaying the signal
using the Signal Generator.
Signals captured from known good devices can provide a stable
reference to increase debugging efficiency and test reliability.
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Versatile Built-in Functions
Measure Function
Spectrum Emission Mask
The Measure function support the following measurements with
one-touch operation.
Performs Pass/Fail evaluation for set limit line; supports any limit
line setting for 6 segments max.
Measure Function
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Adjacent Channel Leakage Power
Spectrum Emission Mask
Spurious Emission
Burst Average Power
AM Depth
FM Deviation
SPA
√
√
√
√
√
√
VSA
√
√
√
√
√
√
Adjacent Channel Leakage Power
FM Deviation
Measures adjacent channel leakage power for 12 carriers max.;
supports instantaneous switching of set carrier number between 1
to 12.
Measures FM deviation; displays measurement results as +Peak,
–Peak, (Peak-Peak)/2, and Average.
Spurious Emission
Pass/Fail judgment can be performed for a set limit line at up to
20 segments.
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Spectrogram Function
Phase Noise Measurement
Monitors continuous time variations in spectrum span up to
125 MHz; convenient for confirming burst-signal time stability and
rare interference signals because able to intuitively understand
frequency and level time variations.
Supports phase noise measurements with frequency offset range
from 100 Hz to 1 MHz; supports high-speed measurement at
about 700 ms per one averaging, or about 3 s per 10 averagings.
Marker Function
Sets threshold and searches for up to 10 peaks; supports
accurate measurement of even unstable signals with frequency
swing by automatically searching for peak values in set range and
using zone marker to display results.
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High-Performance Vector Signal Generator Option
Save Valuable Bench Space by Adding an
Optional Signal Generator to the Analyzer
The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator
option covers a frequency range from 125 MHz to 6 GHz.
It is a high-performance waveform generator with a 120 MHz
wideband vector modulation band and built-in 256 Msample
waveform memory.
Boasting superior ACLR functions and level accuracy that
compares favorably with stand-alone signal generators, the
addition of the signal generator option creates a versatile one-box
tester capable of multiple applications including component and
base station testing.
• Frequency: 125 MHz to 6 GHz
• 120 MHz wide vector modulation band
• 256 Msample large-capacity waveform memory
• Absolute level accuracy: ±0.5 dB, Linearity: ±0.2 dB (typ.)
• Excellent ACLR performance
≤–64 dBc (5 MHz offset)
≤–67 dBc (10 MHz offset)
• BER Measurement and AWGN addition functions*
100 MHz
100 MHz Bandwidth Waveform Output Example (4.5 GHz)
*: The AWGN bandwidth is the value of the sampling clock for the required
waveform.
Wanted signal
–68 dBc (5 MHz offset)
–70 dBc (10 MHz offset)
AWGN
Wanted signal + AWGN signal output from one unit
Versatile Multiple Waveform Generation
Any type of waveform can be generated using the MS2690A/
MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Signal Generator option. In addition to
using C and simulation tools, Anritsu's IQproducer can be run on
a PC to edit waveform parameters and output waveforms.
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ACLR (W-CDMA, Test Model 1, 64DPCH)
Useful IQproducer Waveform Generation
Software
IQproducer is application software for a PC for editing, creating
and transferring waveform patterns using the MS2690A/
MS2691A/MS2692A arbitrary waveform generation option.
It has the following three main functions.
• Parameter Editing: Function for easily editing parameters
matching each communication method
• Simulation: Function for checking generated waveform pattern
before transfer to CCDF and FFT graphs
• Conversion: Function for converting ASCII format waveform
patterns created by simulation software, files captured using
digitizing function, and MG3700A waveform patterns, into files
that can be used by MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-20
Application
Simplified Tx Test Setup
Parameter Setting Screen
(HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducer)
Easy AMP Test
Simulation Screen
(CCDF)
Convert Screen
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Future-proof Platform
The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A design adopts a modular
multi-slot structure for excellent future-proof expandability. The
analyzer is customized for its target measurements by installing
options in these slots.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-008
6 GHz Preamplifier
This option increases the level sensitivity up to 6 GHz.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020
Vector Signal Generator
This option is a high-performance waveform generator covering a
frequency range of 125 MHz to 6 GHz with a 120 MHz
wideband vector modulation band and built-in 256 Msample
waveform memory.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-030
W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM 1.5M/2M)
This option simulates a Radio Network Controller (RNC) to
control the W-CDMA base-station Tx/Rx conditions via the ATM
EI/TI interface.
BER/BLER measurements are also supported.
*: Please consult us first about the connection between this option and the
base station.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-040
Baseband Interface Unit
The MS269xA is an all-in-one solution supporting DigRF 3G RFIC
Tx/Rx measurements using a combination of the MS2690A/
MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator, MX269040A
RF UMTS Measurement Software, and MX269041A DigRF2.5G/
3G Digital I/F Control Software.
*: See each catalog for details.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-050
HDD Digitizing Interface
Installing the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-050 HDD Digitizing
Interface option captures up to 4 hours of 20 MHz wideband RF
signals. It is convenient for troubleshooting uncommon faults.
IQproducer License for MS2690A/
MS2691A/MS2692A-20 VSG
Waveforms generated by IQproducer can be downloaded to the
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A main frame in which the
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator is
installed, but the following licenses (option) are required to output
the signal.
∗: No license is required to generate or edit the signal.
Options
Hardware Options
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-001
Rubidium Reference Oscillator
This option is a 10 MHz reference crystal oscillator with excellent
frequency stability startup characteristics of ±1 × 10–9 at 7
minutes after power-on.
MS2691A/MS2692A-003
Pre-selector Extended Lower Limit (3 GHz)
This option extends the lower limit of the pre-selector from 5.9 to
3 GHz. It can only be installed in the MS2691A/MS2692A.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-004
Wideband Analysis Hardware
This option expands the maximum analysis bandwidth to 125 MHz.
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• MX269901A HSDPA IQproducer
• MX269902A TDMA IQproducer
• MX269904A Multi-Carrier IQproducer
• MX269905A Mobile WiMAX IQproducer
• MX269908A LTE IQproducer
• MX269909A XG-PHS IQproducer
• MX269910A LTE TDD IQproducer
Measurement Software
Supports analysis of various systems by installing measurement
software in MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A.
Communications
Systems
Mobile WiMAX
W-CDMA/HSPA/
HSPA Evolution
W-CDMA/HSPA
GSM/EDGE
EDGE Evolution
ETC/DSRC
TD-SCDMA
Next-generation
PHS (XGP)
World Digital
Wireless
Standards
3GPP LTE (FDD)
3GPP LTE (TDD)
CDMA2000
1xEV-DO
MediaFLO
Name
Model
Mobile WiMAX
Measurement Software
W-CDMA/HSPA Downlink
Measurement Software
W-CDMA/HSPA Uplink
Measurement Software
W-CDMA BS
Measurement Software
GSM/EDGE
Measurement Software
EDGE Evolution
Measurement Software
ETC/DSRC
Measurement Software
TD-SCDMA
Measurement Software
MX269010A
MX269011A
MX269012A
MX269030A
MX269013A
MX269013A -001
MX269014A
MX269015A
XG-PHS Measurement Software
MX269016A
Vector Modulation Analysis
Software
MX269017A
LTE Downlink
Measurement Software
LTE Uplink
Measurement Software
LTE TDD Downlink
Measurement Software
CDMA2000 Forward Link
Measurement Software
EV-DO Forward Link
Measurement Software
Measurement Software for
MediaFLO
MX269020A
MX269021A
MX269022A
MX269024A
MX269026A
MX269036A
*: See each measurement software catalog for more details.
• CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry
Association (TIA-USA).
• MediaFLO is a trademark of QUALCOMM Incorporated.
Seamless Waveform Capture for 4 Hours Max.
Installing the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-050 HDD Digitizing
Interface option captures up to 4 hours of 20 MHz wideband RF
signals. It is convenient for troubleshooting uncommon faults.
MS269xA
RF Signal
eSATA Interface
(≥ 120 Mbps)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-050
HDD Digitizing Interface
I/Q
Data
External HDD (<1 TB)
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Panel Layout
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7
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2
1
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1 Power switch: Press to switch move between the
standby state in which AC power is supplied and the
Power On state in which the MS2690A/MS2691A/
MS2692A in the operating mode.
2 Hard disk access lamp: Lights up when the MS2690A/
MS2691A/MS2692A internal hard disk is being accessed.
3 Copy key: Press to capture a screen image from the
display and save it to a file.
4 Recall key: Press to recall a parameter file.
5 Save key: Press to save a parameter file.
6 Cal key: Press to display the calibration execution menu.
7 Local key: Press to return to local operation from remote
control operation through GPIB, Ethernet or USB (B), and
enable panel settings.
8 Remote lamp: Lights up when the MS2690A/MS2691A/
MS2692A is in a remote control state.
9 Preset key: Resets parameters to their initial settings.
10 Function keys: Used for selecting or executing function
menu displayed on the right of the screen.
11 Main function keys 1: Used to set or execute main
functions of the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A.
Executable functions vary depending on the application
currently selected.
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12 Main function keys 2: Used to set or execute main
functions of the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A.
Executable functions vary depending on the application
currently selected.
13 Rotary knob/Cursor key/Enter key/Cancel key:
The rotary knob and cursor keys are used to select
display items or change settings.
14 Shift key: Used to operate any keys with functions
described in blue characters on the panel. First press the
Shift key, then press the target key when the Shift key
lamp lights up green.
15 Numeric keypad: Used to enter numbers on parameter
setup screens.
16 RF Input connector: Inputs an RF signal.
17 RF output control key: If the MS2690A/MS2691A/
MS2692A Option 020 Vector Signal Generator is
installed, pressing enables (On) or disables (Off) the
RF signal output. The lamp of the RF output control key
lights up orange when the RF signal output is set to On.
18 RF output connector (if MS2690A/MS2691A/
MS2692A-020 installed): Outputs an RF signal.
19 USB connectors (type A): Used to connect a USB
keyboard or mouse or the USB memory supplied with
the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A.
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21
22
25
23
24
27
28
29
30
26
20 Ref Input connector (reference frequency signal
input connector): Inputs an external reference
frequency signal (10/13 MHz). It is used for inputting
reference frequency signals with accuracy higher than
that of those inside the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A,
or for synchronizing the frequency of the MS2690A/
MS2691A/MS2692A to that of another device.
21 Buffer Out connector (reference frequency signal
output connector): Outputs the reference frequency
signal (10 MHz) generated inside the MS2690A/
MS2691A/MS2692A. It is used for synchronizing the
frequencies between other devices and the MS2690A/
MS2691A/MS2692A based on the reference frequency
signal output from this connector.
22 Trigger Input connector: Inputs a trigger signal from an
external device. Refer to the operation manual of each
application for operations when a trigger signal is input.
25 Aux connector: Composite connector for Vector Signal
Generator options with Marker 1 to 3 outputs, pulse
modulation input, baseband reference clock signal input,
and BER measurement Clock, Data, and Enable inputs.
26 GPIB connector: Used when controlling the MS2690A/
MS2691A/MS2692A externally via GPIB.
27 USB connector (type B): Used when controlling the
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A externally via USB.
28 Ethernet connector: Used for connecting to a personal
computer (PC) or for Ethernet connection.
29 USB connectors (type A): Used to connect a USB
keyboard or mouse or the USB memory supplied with
the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A.
30 Monitor Out connector: Used for connection with an
external display.
31 AC inlet: Used for supplying power.
23 Sweep Status Out connector: Outputs a signal that is
enabled when an internal measurement is performed or
measurement data is obtained.
24 IF Out connector: Outputs an IF signal. 874.988 MHz is
specified as the center frequency during spectrum
analyzer operations, and 875 or 900 MHz is specified
during signal analyzer operations. (Bandwidth ≤31.25
MHz: 875 MHz, Bandwidth>31.25 MHz: 900 MHz) The IF
signal is output without band limitation by RBW during
both spectrum analyzer and signal analyzer operations.
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Specifications
The specification is the value after a 30-minute warmup at a constant ambient temperature.
Typical values are only for reference and are not guaranteed specifications.
• MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer
Vector Signal Analysis Function/Spectrum Analyzer Function Common
Frequency Range
50 Hz to 6.0 GHz (MS2690A), 50 Hz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A), 50 Hz to 26.5 GHz (MS2692A)
Frequency
Band
50 Hz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz
3.0 GHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz
Frequency Bands
5.9 GHz≤Frequency≤8.0 GHz
7.9 GHz≤Frequency≤13.5 GHz
13.4 GHz≤Frequency≤20.0 GHz
19.9 GHz≤Frequency≤26.5 GHz
Pre-Selector Range
Frequency
Frequency Setting
Internal Reference
Oscillator
Max. Input Level
Input Attenuator
Amplitude
Input Attenuator
Switching Error
Setting Range
Units
Reference
Level
Linearity Error
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1–L
1
1–
1+
2–
2+
1
1
2
2
(when MS2691A-003/MS2692A-003
installed, MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2692A)
(MS2692A)
5.9 GHz to 13.5 GHz (Frequency band mode: Normal) (MS2691A)
5.9 GHz to 26.5 GHz (Frequency band mode: Normal) (MS2692A)
3.0 GHz to 13.5 GHz (Frequency band mode: Spurious, Settable only when MS2691A-003 installed)
3.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz (Frequency band mode: Spurious, Settable only when MS2692A-003 installed)
Setting range: 0 Hz to 6.0 GHz (MS2690A), 0 Hz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A), 0 Hz to 26.5 GHz (MS2692A)
Setting resolution: 1 Hz
Start-up characteristics (At 23˚C, referenced to frequency at 24 h after power-on):
±5 × 10–7 (2 minutes after power-on), ±5 × 10–8 (5 minutes after power-on)
Aging rate: ±1 × 10–7/year
Temperature characteristics: ±2 × 10–8 (5˚ to 45˚C)
When Option 001 Rubidium Reference Oscillator installed
Start-up characteristics (At 23˚C, referenced to frequency at 24 h after power-on):
±1 × 10–9 (7 minutes after power-on)
Aging rate: ±1 × 10–10/month
Temperature characteristics: ±1 × 10–9 (5˚ to 45˚C)
At 18˚ to 28˚C, 2 GHz
Frequency Offset
100 kHz
1 MHz
Single Sideband
Noise
Measurement Range
0
Mixer
harmonic
order [N]
1
Max.
–116 dBc/Hz
–137 dBc/Hz
Average noise level to +30 dBm
CW Average power: +30 dBm (Input attenuator≥10 dB)
DC Voltage: 0 Vdc
0 to 60 dB, 2 dB steps
Referenced to 10 dB input attenuator
Frequency band mode: Normal
Frequency≤6.0 GHz: ±0.2 dB (10 to 60 dB)
Frequency>6.0 GHz: ±0.75 dB (10 to 60 dB) (MS2691A/MS2692A)
Frequency band mode: Spurious
Frequency<3.0 GHz: ±0.2 dB (10 to 60 dB) (MS2691A/MS2692A)
Frequency≥3.0 GHz: ±0.75 dB (10 to 60 dB) (MS2691A/MS2692A)
Log scale: –120 to +50 dBm or equivalent level
Linear scale: 22.4 µV to 70.7 V
Setting resolution: 0.01 dB or equivalent level
Log scale: dBm, dBµV, dBmV, dBµV (emf), dBµV/m, V, W
Linear scale: V
Excluding the noise floor effect
±0.07 dB (Mixer input level≤–20 dBm)
±0.10 dB (Mixer input level≤–10 dBm)
Frequency band mode: Normal
±0.15 dB (Mixer input level≤0 dBm, Frequency≤6.0 GHz)
±0.50 dB (Mixer input level≤0 dBm, Frequency>6.0 GHz) (MS2691A)
±0.60 dB (Mixer input level≤0 dBm, Frequency>6.0 GHz) (MS2692A)
Frequency band mode: Spurious
±0.15 dB (Mixer input level≤0 dBm, Frequency<3.0 GHz) (MS2691A/MS2692A)
±0.50 dB (Mixer input level≤0 dBm, Frequency≥3.0 GHz) (MS2691A)
±0.60 dB (Mixer input level≤0 dBm, Frequency≥3.0 GHz) (MS2692A)
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RF Frequency
Characteristics
Reference
Level
1 dB Gain
Compression
At 18˚ to 28˚C, after CAL, Input attenuator = 10 dB
±0.35 dB
(9 kHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(9 kHz≤Frequency<3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2691A/MS2692A)
At 18˚ to 28˚C, after pre-selector tuning (MS2691A/MS2692A)
±1.50 dB
(6.0 GHz<Frequency≤13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(3.0 GHz≤Frequency≤13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
±2.5 dB
(13.5 GHz<Frequency≤26.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal) (MS2692A)
At mixer input level
≥+3 dBm
(100 MHz≤Frequency<400 MHz)
≥+7 dBm
(400 MHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(400 MHz≤Frequency<3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2691A/MS2692A)
≥+3 dBm (MS2691A)
(3.0 GHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
(6.0 GHz<Frequency≤13.5 GHz)
≥0 dBm (MS2692A)
(3.0 GHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
(6.0 GHz<Frequency≤26.5 GHz)
At mixer input level: –30 dBm
Harmonic [dBc]
≤–60
≤–75
2nd Harmonic Distortion
Spurious
Response
At mixer input level: –10 dBm (MS2691A/MS2692A)
Harmonic [dBc]
≤–90
≤–90
Residual Response
RF Input
IF Output
Connector
External Reference
Input
Reference Signal
Output
Sweep Status Output
Trigger Input
SHI [dBm]
≤+30 (10 MHz≤Frequency≤400 MHz)
≤+45 (400 MHz<Frequency≤3.0 GHz)
SHI [dBm]
≤+80 (6 GHz<Frequency, Frequency band mode: Normal)
≤+80 (3 GHz≤Frequency, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
Frequency≥1 MHz, Input attenuator = 0 dB
Signal Analyzer: Except bandwidth setting>31.25 MHz
≤–100 dBm
Front panel, N-J, 50 Ω
VSWR: At 18˚ to 28˚C, Input attenuator≥10 dB
≤1.2 (typ., 40 Hz≤Frequency≤3.0 GHz)
≤1.5 (typ., 3.0 GHz<Frequency≤6.0 GHz)
≤2.0 (typ., 6.0 GHz<Frequency≤13.5 GHz) (MS2691A)
≤2.0 (typ., 6.0 GHz<Frequency≤26.5 GHz) (MS2692A)
Back panel, BNC-J, 50 Ω (typ.)
Frequency: 875 MHz (Signal Analyzer, Bandwidth≤31.25 MHz)
900 MHz (Signal Analyzer, Bandwidth>31.25 MHz)
874.988 MHz (Spectrum Analyzer)
Gain: At RF input level reference, RF frequency 1 GHz, Input attenuator = 0 dB, 0 dB (typ.)
IF Bandwidth: 120 MHz (typ.)
Back panel, BNC-J, 50 Ω (typ.)
Frequency: 10,13 MHz
Operation range: ±1 ppm
Input level: –15 dBm≤Level≤+20 dBm, 50 Ω (AC coupling)
Back panel, BNC-J, 50 Ω (typ.)
Frequency: 10 MHz
Output level: ≥0 dBm (AC coupling)
Back panel, BNC-J
Output level: TTL Level (High level at sweeping or waveform capture)
Back panel, BNC-J
Input level: TTL Level
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External Reference
Connector
USB
Monitor Output
Aux
General
Specifications
Display
Dimensions
Mass
Power Supply
Temperature
EMC
LVD
18
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Control from external controller (excluding power-on)
Ethernet 10/100/1000BASE-T, Back panel, RJ-45
GPIB: IEEE488.2, Back panel, IEEE488 bus connector
Interface functions: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT0, C0, E2
USB (B): USB2.0, Back panel, USB-B connector
USB2.0 Supporting waveform hard copy to external device, and saving main frame settings
USB-A Connector (2 ports on front panel and 2 ports on back panel)
Back panel, VGA compatible, mini D-Sub 15 pin
When using Option 020 trigger input/output
Back panel, 68 pins (DX10BM-68S equivalent)
XGA Color LCD (1024 × 768 resolution), 8.4 inch (213 mm)
340 (W) × 200 (H) × 350 (D) mm (excluding projections)
≤13.5 kg (excluding options)
100 to 120 Vac, 200 to 240 Vac (–15/+10% but 250 V max.), 50 Hz to 60 Hz (±5%)
≤260 VA (excluding options), ≤440 VA (including all options, max.)
Operating range: +5˚ to +45˚C, Storage range: –20˚ to +60˚C
EN61326-1, EN61000-3-2
EN61010-1
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
• Vector Signal Analysis Function
Trace Mode
Bandwidth
Sampling Rate
Common
Capture Time
Trigger
Function Outline
Analysis Time Range
Frequency
Resolution Bandwidth
(RBW)
Absolute Amplitude
Accuracy
Spectrum
Display
Function
In-band Frequency
Characteristics
Display Average
Noise Level
Adjacent Channel
Leakage Power
Measurement (ACP)
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
(OBW)
Spectrum, Power vs. Time, Frequency vs. Time, CCDF, Spectrogram
Specified analysis bandwidth from center frequency
Range: 1 kHz to 25 MHz (1-2.5-5 sequence), 31.25 MHz
Auto-setting depending on RBW
Range: 2 kHz to 50 MHz (1-2-5 sequence)
Capture time length: Set length of capture time
Min. capture time length: 2 µs to 50 ms (determined depending on analysis bandwidth)
Max. capture time length: 2 to 2000 s (determined depending on analysis bandwidth)
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Trigger mode: Free Run (Trig Off), Video, Wide IF Video, External (TTL)
SG Marker (when Option 020 installed)
Displays any time length in captured waveform data and spectrum in frequency range
Analysis start time: Set analysis start time point from waveform data header
Analysis time length: Set analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Set center frequency and SPAN in frequency range of waveform data
Setting range: 1 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 sequence)
Selectivity: (–60 dB/–3 dB) 4.5:1 (typ.)
At 18˚ to 28˚C, after CAL, Input attenuator≥10 dB, Mixer input level≤0 dBm,
RBW = Auto, Time Detection = Average, Marker Result = Integration or Peak (Accuracy),
Center frequency, CW, Excluding the noise floor effect
±0.5 dB
(50 Hz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(50 Hz≤Frequency<3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2691A/MS2692A)
After pre-selector tuning (MS2691A/MS2692A)
±1.8 dB
(6.0 GHz<Frequency≤13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(3.0 GHz≤Frequency≤13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
After pre-selector tuning (MS2692A)
±3.0 dB
(13.5 GHz≤Frequency≤26.5 GHz)
The absolute amplitude accuracy is found from root sum of squares (RSS) of RF characteristics, linearity error,
and input attenuator switching error.
With center frequency level as reference standard, SPAN≤31.25 MHz, center frequency ±10 MHz
±0.31 dB (30 MHz≤Frequency≤6 GHz)
At 18˚ to 28˚C, Input attenuator = 0 dB, Frequency band mode = Normal
Frequency
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz≤Frequency<2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz≤Frequency<4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz
4.0 GHz≤Frequency<6.0 GHz
6.0 GHz≤Frequency<10.0 GHz
10.0 GHz≤Frequency≤13.5 GHz
13.5 GHz≤Frequency≤20.0 GHz
20.0 GHz≤Frequency≤26.5 GHz
Max.
–132.5 [dBm/Hz]
–142.5 [dBm/Hz]
–152.5 [dBm/Hz]
–150.5 [dBm/Hz]
–149.5 [dBm/Hz]
–149.5 [dBm/Hz]
–148.5 [dBm/Hz]
–147.5 [dBm/Hz]
–144.5 [dBm/Hz]
–140.5 [dBm/Hz]
(MS2690A)
(MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2692A)
(MS2692A)
Reference: Span Total, Carrier Total, Both Sides of Carriers, Carrier Select
Adjacent channel specification: 3 channel × 2
Absolute value measurement: dBm, dBm/Hz
N% of Power, × dB Down
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Function Outline
Analysis Time Range
Power vs.
Time Display
Function
Resolution Bandwidth
AM Depth (Peak to Peak
Measurement)
Burst Average Power
Function Outline
Analysis Time Range
Frequency vs.
Time Display
Function
Operation Level Range
Frequency
(vertical axis)
Display Frequency
Accuracy
FM Deviation (Peak to
Peak Measurement)
Function Outline
Analysis Time Range
CCDF/APD
Display
Function
Display
RBW
Function Outline
Spectrogram
Display
Function
Digitize
Function
Analysis Time Range
Frequency
Resolution Bandwidth
(RBW)
Function Outline
Waveform Data
External Output
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Displays variation in power of captured waveform with time
Analysis start time: Sets analysis start time point from waveform data header
Analysis time length: Sets analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Filter type: Rect, Gaussian, Nyquist, Root Nyquist, Off (Default: Off)
Roll-off ratio: 0.01 to 1 (Set for Nyquist, Root Nyquist)
Filter frequency offset: Set center frequency of filter in wavelength data frequency band
AM Depth measurement
+Peak, –Peak, (P-P)/2, Average
Measures average power of burst signal
Displays variation in frequency of input signal with time from captured waveform data
Analysis start time: Sets analysis start time point from waveform data header
Analysis time length: Sets analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
–17 to +30 dBm (Input attenuator≥10 dB)
Sets center frequency and SPAN in waveform data frequency range
Display frequency range: 1/25, 1/10, 1/5 of RBW
Input frequency range: 10 MHz to 6 GHz
At input level –17 to +30 dBm, SPAN≤31.25 MHz, Scale = SPAN/25
At CW input: ± (Reference oscillator accuracy × Center frequency + Display frequency range × 0.01) Hz
FM Deviation measurement
+Peak, –Peak, (P-P)/2, Average
Displays CCDF and APD of waveform data captures for fixed time
Analysis start time: Sets analysis start time point from waveform data header
Analysis time length: Sets analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Displays CCDF or APD as graph
Histogram resolution: 0.01 dB
Numeric display: Average Power, Max Power, Crest Factor
Filter type: Rectangle, Off (Default: Off)
Filter frequency offset: Sets filter center frequency in waveform data frequency band
Displays spectrogram for time period in captured waveform data
Analysis start time: Sets position of analysis start after waveform data header
Analysis time length: Sets analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Settable as center frequency and span frequency of waveform data
Setting range: 1 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 sequence)
Selection: (–60/–3 dB) 4.5: 1 (typ.)
Outputs captured waveform data to internal hard disk or external device
Format: I, Q (32 bit Float Binary format)
Level: Sets 0 dBm input to √(I2 + Q2) = 1
Level accuracy: Same as signal analyzer absolute amplitude accuracy
Output to external PC via Ethernet
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Function Outline
Replay
Function
Measurable Waveform
Data Condition
Captured waveforms can be replayed again by using the VSA function to read saved digitize data
Format: I, Q (Binary format)
Combination of SPAN and Minimum Capture Sample:
SPAN
1 kHz
2.5 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz
25 kHz
50 kHz
100 kHz
250 kHz
500 kHz
1 MHz
2.5 MHz
5 MHz
10 MHz
18.6 MHz
20 MHz
25 MHz
31.25 MHz
50 MHz
100 MHz
125 MHz
Minimum Capture Sample
74000
(37 s)
160000
(32 s)
310000
(31 s)
610000
(30.5 s)
730000
(14.6 s)
730000
(7.3 s)
730000
(3.65 s)
730000
(1.46 s)
730000
(730 ms)
730000
(365 ms)
730000
(146 ms)
730000
(73 ms)
730000
(36.5 ms)
730000
(36.5 ms)
730000
(29.2 ms)
730000
(14.6 ms)
730000
(14.6 ms)
730000
(7.3 ms)
730000
(3.65 ms)
730000
(3.65 ms)
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• Spectrum Analyzer Function
SPAN
Frequency
Display Frequency
Accuracy
RBW
Video Bandwidth (VBW)
Range: 0 Hz, 300 Hz to 6.0 GHz (MS2690A)
0 Hz, 300 Hz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A)
0 Hz, 300 Hz to 26.5 GHz (MS2692A)
Resolution: 2 Hz, SPAN Accuracy: ±0.2%
± [Display frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + SPAN frequency × SPAN accuracy +
RBW × 0.05 + 2 × N + SPAN frequency/(number of trace points – 1) ] Hz
N = Mixer harmonic order
Setting range: 30 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence), 5, 10, 20 MHz
Selectivity: (–60 dB/–3 dB) 4.5:1 (typ.)
Setting range: 1 Hz to 10 MHz (1-3 sequence), off
VBW Mode: Video Average/Power Average
At 18˚ to 28˚C, Detector = Sample, VBW = 1 Hz (Video Average), Input attenuator = 0 dB,
Frequency band mode: Normal
Frequency
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz≤Frequency<2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz≤Frequency<4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz
4.0 GHz≤Frequency<6.0 GHz
6.0 GHz≤Frequency<10.0 GHz
10.0 GHz≤Frequency≤13.5 GHz
13.5 GHz≤Frequency≤20.0 GHz
20.0 GHz≤Frequency≤26.5 GHz
Display Average
Noise Level
Amplitude
Absolute Amplitude
Accuracy
Spurious
Response
2-tone 3rd-order
Intermodulation
Distortion
Image Response
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Max.
–135.0 [dBm/Hz]
–145.0 [dBm/Hz]
–155.0 [dBm/Hz]
–153.0 [dBm/Hz]
–152.0 [dBm/Hz]
–152.0 [dBm/Hz]
–151.0 [dBm/Hz]
–150.0 [dBm/Hz]
–147.0 [dBm/Hz]
–143.0 [dBm/Hz]
(MS2690A)
(MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2692A)
(MS2692A)
At 18˚ to 28˚C, after CAL, Input attenuator≥10 dB, Mixer input level≤0 dBm,
Auto Sweep Time Select = Normal, RBW: ≤1 MHz, Detection = Positive, CW,
excluding the noise floor effect
±0.5 dB (50 Hz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(50 Hz≤Frequency<3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2691A)
After pre-selector tuning (MS2691A/MS2692A)
±1.8 dB (6.0 GHz<Frequency≤13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(3.0 GHz≤Frequency≤13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
After pre-selector tuning (MS2692A)
±3.0 dB (13.5 GHz≤Frequency≤26.5 GHz)
The absolute amplitude accuracy is found from root sum of squares (RSS) of RF characteristics, linearity error,
and input attenuator switching error.
At 18˚ to 28˚C, Mixer input level = –15 dBm (per waveform), ≥300 kHz separation
≤–60 dBc (TOI = +15 dBm)
(30 MHz≤Frequency<400 MHz)
≤–66 dBc (TOI = +18 dBm)
(400 MHz≤Frequency<700 MHz)
≤–74 dBc (TOI = +22 dBm)
(700 MHz≤Frequency≤4.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(700 MHz≤Frequency≤3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2691A/MS2692A)
≤–66 dBc (TOI = +18 dBm)
(4.0 GHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
≤–45 dBc (TOI = +7.5 dBm)
(6.0 GHz<Frequency≤13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal) (MS2691A)
(3.0 GHz≤Frequency≤13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2691A)
(6.0 GHz<Frequency≤26.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal) (MS2692A)
(3.0 GHz≤Frequency≤26.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2692A)
≤–70 dBc (Frequency≤13.5 GHz)
≤–65 dBc (13.5 GHz<Frequency≤26.5 GHz) (MS2692A)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Sweep Mode
Sweep Time
Detection Mode
Sweep
No. of Trace Points
Scale
Trigger Function
Gate Function
Adjacent Channel
Leakage Power (ACP)
Measurement
Functions
Burst Average Power
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
(OBW)
Spectrum Emission Mask
Spurious Emission
Single, Continuous
Setting range: 2 ms to 1000 s (SPAN≥300 Hz), 1 µs to 1000 s (SPAN = 0 Hz)
Pos&Neg, Positive Peak, Sample, Negative Peak, RMS
SPAN>500 MHz: 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001
100 MHz<SPAN≤500 MHz: 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001
300 Hz≤SPAN≤100 MHz, Sweep Time>10 s: 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001
300 Hz≤SPAN≤100 MHz, Sweep Time≤10 s: 11, 21, 41, 51, 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001
SPAN = 0 Hz: 11, 21, 41, 51, 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001
Log display (10 div): 20 to 0.1 dB/div, 1-2-5 sequence
Lin display (10 div): 1 to 10%/div, 1-2-5 sequence
Trigger mode: Free Run (Trig Off), Video, Wide IF, External (TTL), SG Marker (when Option 020 installed)
Gate mode: Off, Wide IF, External, SG Marker (when Option 020 installed)
Adjacent channel leakage power (ACP)
Reference: SPAN Total, Carrier Total, Both side of Carrier, Carrier Select
Specified adjacent channels: 3 × 2
In time domain, displays average power in specified time
Absolute value measurement: dBm, dBm/Hz
N% of Power, X dB Down
Pass/Fail evaluation at Peak/Margin measurement
Pass/Fail evaluation at Worst/Peaks measurement
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• Hardware Options
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-001
Rubidium Reference Oscillator
MS2691A/MS2692A-003
Pre-selector Extended Lower Limit (3 GHz)
Bandwidth
Sampling Rate
Capture Time
RBW
Frequency
Generates 10 MHz reference signal with higher frequency stability
Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz
This option adds the 50, 100, and 125 MHz bandwidths to the standard analysis bandwidths.
Auto-setting depending on RBW
Range: 100, 200 MHz
Capture time length: Set length of capture time
Max. capture time length: 500 ns to 1 µs (determined depending on analysis bandwidth)
Min. capture time length: 500 ms
Setting range: 3 kHz to 10 MHz (1-3 sequence)
Selectivity: (–60 dB/–30 dB) 4.5:1 (typ.)
100 MHz to 6.0 GHz
Display average noise level: At 18˚ to 28˚C, Input attenuator = 0 dB
When Option 008 is not installed, or preamplifier OFF
Frequency
100 MHz≤Frequency<2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz≤Frequency<4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz
Max.
–143.0 [dBm/Hz]
–141.0 [dBm/Hz]
–139.0 [dBm/Hz]
When preamplifier ON
MS2690A/
MS2691A/
MS2692A-004
Wideband Analysis
Hardware
Reference Level
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Frequency
100 MHz≤Frequency<2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz≤Frequency<4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz
Amplitude
Max.
–156.0 [dBm/Hz]
–154.0 [dBm/Hz]
–150.0 [dBm/Hz]
Absolute amplitude accuracy:
At 18˚ to 28˚C, after CAL, Input attenuator≥10 dB, Mixer input level≤0 dBm, RBW = Auto,
Time Detection = Average, Marker Result = Integration or Peak (Accuracy), center frequency, CW,
when option 008 is not installed or preamplifier OFF, excluding the noise floor effect
±0.5 dB (100 MHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
The absolute amplitude accuracy is found from root sum of squares (RSS) of RF characteristics, linearity error,
and input attenuator switching error.
Linearity error: At frequency band mode: Normal, excluding the noise floor effect
When Option 008 is not installed, or preamplifier OFF
±0.07 dB (Mixer input level≤–20 dBm)
±0.10 dB (Mixer input level≤–10 dBm)
±0.30 dB (Mixer input level≤0 dBm)
When preamplifier ON
±0.07 dB (Mixer input level≤–40 dBm)
±0.10 dB (Mixer input level≤–30 dBm)
±0.50 dB (Mixer input level≤–20 dBm)
RF frequency characteristics: At 18˚ to 28˚C, after CAL, Input attenuator≥10 dB
When option 008 is not installed or preamplifier OFF
±0.35 dB (100 MHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
When preamplifier ON
±0.65 dB (100 MHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Frequency
Range: 100 kHz to 6 GHz
Measurement range: Display average noise level to +10 dBm
Max. input level: +10 dBm (Input attenuator = 0 dB)
Gain:
14 dB (Frequency≤3.0 GHz)
13 dB (3.0 GHz<Frequency≤4.0 GHz)
11 dB (4.0 GHz<Frequency≤5.0 GHz)
10 dB (5.0 GHz<Frequency≤6.0 GHz)
Noise factor:
7.0 dB (Frequency≤3.0 GHz)
8.5 dB (3.0 GHz<Frequency≤4.0 GHz)
9.5 dB (4.0 GHz<Frequency≤6.0 GHz)
Display average noise level:
Spectrum analyzer function: At 18˚ to 28˚C, Input attenuator = 0 dB,
Detector = sample, VBW = 1 Hz (Video average)
Vector signal analysis function: At 18˚ to 28˚C, Input attenuator = 0 dB
When Preamplifier = ON
Frequency
Amplitude
MS2690A/
MS2691A/
MS2692A-008
6 GHz Preamplifier
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz≤Frequency<2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz≤Frequency<3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz≤Frequency<4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz≤Frequency<5.0 GHz
5.0 GHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz
Max. (Spectrum
analyzer function)
–150.0 [dBm/Hz]
–159.0 [dBm/Hz]
–166.0 [dBm/Hz]
–165.0 [dBm/Hz]
–164.0 [dBm/Hz]
–161.0 [dBm/Hz]
–159.0 [dBm/Hz]
Max. (Vector signal
analysis function)
–147.5 [dBm/Hz]
–156.5 [dBm/Hz]
–163.5 [dBm/Hz]
–162.5 [dBm/Hz]
–161.5 [dBm/Hz]
–158.5 [dBm/Hz]
–156.5 [dBm/Hz]
Max. (Spectrum
analyzer function)
–135.0 [dBm/Hz]
–145.0 [dBm/Hz]
–153.0 [dBm/Hz]
–152.0 [dBm/Hz]
–151.0 [dBm/Hz]
–150.0 [dBm/Hz]
–149.0 [dBm/Hz]
Max. (Vector signal
analysis function)
–132.5 [dBm/Hz]
–142.5 [dBm/Hz]
–150.5 [dBm/Hz]
–149.5 [dBm/Hz]
–148.5 [dBm/Hz]
–147.5 [dBm/Hz]
–146.5 [dBm/Hz]
When Preamplifier = OFF
Frequency
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz≤Frequency<2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz≤Frequency<3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz≤Frequency<4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz≤Frequency<5.0 GHz
5.0 GHz≤Frequency<6.0 GHz
Reference Level
Input attenuator switching error
Frequency band mode: Normal
Frequency≤6.0 GHz: ±0.65 dB (10 to 60 dB)
RF frequency characteristics: At 18˚ to 28˚C, after CAL, Input attenuator = 10 dB
±0.65 dB
(100 kHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(100 kHz≤Frequency<3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
Linearity error: Excluding the noise floor effect
±0.07 dB (Preamplifier input level*≤–40 dBm)
±0.10 dB (Preamplifier input level*≤–30 dBm)
Frequency band mode: Normal
±0.5 dB (Preamplifier input level*≤–20 dBm, frequency≤6.0 GHz)
1 dB gain compression: Preamplifier input level*
≥–20 dBm (100 MHz≤Frequency≤400 MHz)
≥–15 dBm
(400 MHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(400 MHz≤Frequency<3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
*: Preamplifier input level = RF input level – input attenuator setting value
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MS2690A/
MS2691A/
MS2692A-008
6 GHz Preamplifier
Spurious Response
Usage
Frequency
MS2690A/
MS2691A/
MS2692A-020
Vector Signal
Generator
Output Level
Signal Purity
26
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2nd harmonic distortion: Preamplifier input level* = –45 dBm
Harmonic SHI
≤–50 dBc
≤+5 dBm (10 MHz≤Frequency≤400 MHz)
≤–55 dBc
≤+10 dBm (400 MHz≤Frequency≤3.0 GHz)
2-tone 3rd-order Intermodulation Distortion:
At 18˚ to 28˚C, preamplifier input level* = –45 dBm (per waveform), ≥300 kHz separation
≤–73 dBc (TOI = –8.5 dBm)
(30 MHz≤Frequency≤400 MHz)
≤–78 dBc (TOI = –6 dBm)
(400 MHz≤Frequency≤700 MHz)
≤–81 dBc (TOI = –4.5 dBm)
(700 MHz≤Frequency≤4.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(700 MHz≤Frequency≤3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
≤–78 dBc (TOI = –6 dBm)
(4.0 GHz≤Frequency≤6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
*: Preamplifier input level = RF input level – input attenuator setting value
Adds vector signal generation function
Range: 125 MHz to 6 GHz, Resolution: 0.01 Hz steps
Setting range: –140 to +10 dBm (CW), –140 to 0 dBm (Modulation)
Units: dBm, dBµV (terminated, open)
Resolution: 0.01 dB
Output level accuracy: At 18˚ to 28˚C, at CW
Output level p
–120≤p≤+5 dBm
±0.5 dB
(≤3.0 GHz)
–110≤p≤+5 dBm
±0.8 dB
(>3.0 GHz)
–127≤p<–120 dBm
±0.7 dB
(≤3.0 GHz)
–127≤p<–110 dBm
±2.5 dB (typ.)
(>3.0 GHz)
–136≤p<–127 dBm
±1.5 dB (typ.)
(≤3.0 GHz)
Output level linearity: At 18˚ to 28˚C, CW, referenced to –5 dBm output
Output level p
–120≤p≤–5 dBm
±0.2 dB (typ.)
(≤3.0 GHz)
–110≤p≤–5 dBm
±0.3 dB (typ.)
(>3.0 GHz)
Output connector: N-J Connector, 50 Ω [front panel, SG Output (Opt.) ]
VSWR
Output level: At CW, –5 dBm max., –15 dBm max at modulation
1.3 (≤3.0 GHz)
1.9 (>3.0 GHz)
Max. reverse input: Reverse input power: 1 W peak (≥300 MHz), 0.25 W peak (<300 MHz)
Harmonic spurious: At Output level≤+5 dBm, CW, Output frequency 300 MHz max.
≤–30 dBc
Non-harmonic spurious: At Output level≤+5 dBm, CW, min. 15 kHz offset from output frequency
<–68 dBc (125 MHz≤Frequency≤500 MHz)
<–62 dBc (500 MHz<Frequency≤1.0 GHz)
<–56 dBc (1.0 GHz<Frequency≤2.0 GHz)
<–50 dBc (2.0 GHz<Frequency≤6.0 GHz)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Vector Modulation
Pulse Modulation
MS2690A/
MS2691A/
MS2692A-020
Vector Signal
Generator
Arbitrary Waveform
Generator
BER Measurement
Vector accuracy: At 18˚ to 28˚C, W-CDMA (DL1code), SG Level Auto CAL = On,
output level –5 dBm max., output frequency 800 to 2700 MHz
≤2% (rms)
Carrier leak: At 18˚ to 28˚C, output frequency 300 MHz max., SG Level Auto CAL = On
≤–40 dBc
Image rejection: At 18˚ to 28˚C, output frequency 300 MHz max., SG Level Auto CAL = On, using 10 MHz
max. sine wave
≤–40 dBc
ACLR: At 18˚ to 28˚C, SG Level Auto CAL = On, output level –5 dBm max.
Using W-CDMA (Test Model 1 64DPCH) signal, 300 MHz≤Output frequency≤2.4 GHz
5 MHz offset: ≤–64 dBc/3.84 MHz, 10 MHz offset: ≤–67 dBc/3.84 MHz
CW and level error at vector modulation:
At 18˚ to 28˚C, AWGN signal with bandwidth of 5 MHz, SG Level Auto CAL = On,
output frequency 300 MHz min., output level p
p≤–15 dBm
±0.2 dB
At output level –15 to –5 dBm
–15<p≤–5 dBm
±0.4 dB (typ.)
Spectrum inversion: Supported
On/Off ratio: ≥60 dB
Rising/falling edge time: ≤90 ns (10 to 90%)
Pulse repetition frequency: DC to 1 MHz (Duty 50%)
External panel modulation signal input:
Back-panel AUX connector, 600 Ω, 0 to 5 V, threshold value approx. 1 V
Waveform resolution: 14 bits
Marker output: Three signal (three signals in waveform pattern, or real-time three signal generation),
TTL, polarity inversion function
Internal baseband Reference clock
Range: 20 kHz to 160 MHz
Resolution: 0.001 Hz
External baseband Reference clock input
Range: 20 kHz to 40 MHz
Division, multiplier function: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 of input signal
Input connector: Back-panel AUX connector, 0.7 Vp-p min. (AC/50 Ω), or TTL
Waveform memory
Memory: 256 Msamples
AWGN Addition function
CN Ratio absolute value: ≤40 dB
Connector: Back-panel AUX connector
Input level: TTL Level
Input signal: Data, Clock, Enable
Input bit rate: 100 bps to 10 Mbps
Measured patterns: PN9, PN11, PN15, PN20, PN23, ALL0, ALL1, 01 Repeat
PN9Fix, PN11Fix, PN15Fix, PN20Fix, PN23Fix, User Define
Sync establishment conditions
PN Signal: PN stage × 2 bit error free
At PNFix Signal: 0 PN stage × 2 bit error free, PN signal and sync establishment, establish sync with PNFIx
signal at PN stage error free from PNFix signal header bit
ALL0, ALL1, 01Repeat: 10 bit error free
User Define: 8 to 1024 bits (variable) error free, Select header bit used at sync detection
Resync evaluation conditions: x/y
y = Measured bit count: Select from 500, 5000, 50000
x = y bit error bit count: setting range 1 to y/2
Measured bit count: ≤232 – 1 bits
Measured error bit count: ≤231 – 1 bits
Measurement end conditions: Measured bit count, measured error bit count
Auto-resync function: On/off
Operation at resync: Select from Count Clear, and Count Keep
Measurement mode: Single, Endless, Continuous
Display: Status, Error, Error Rate, Error Count, Sync Loss Count, Measured bit count
Polarity inversion function: Data, Clock, Enable polarity inversion
Clear measurement function: Clear measured value saved at sync during BER measurement, and select
measurement from 0
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Input/Output
Connector
MS2690A/
MS2691A/
MS2692A-030
W-CDMA RNC
Simulator
(ATM1.5M/2M)
Transmit/Receive
Control
Error Rate
Measurement
MS2690A/
MS2691A/
MS2692A-050
HDD Digitizing
Interface
Terminal number: 1 port (1.5M/2M common)
Terminal shape: RJ-45, 100 Ω (1.5M), 120 Ω (2M)
Pin layout
1: Rx+, 2: Rx–, 3: N.C, 4: Tx+, 5: Tx–, 6: N.C., 7: N.C., 8: N.C.
1.5M
Output level: 2.4 to 3.6 V0-P (typ.)
Input level: 2.4 to 3.6 V0-P (typ.)
Bit rate: 1.544 Mbps
Code: B8ZS
2M
Output level: 3 ±0.3 V0-P (typ.)
Input level: 3 ±0.3 V0-P (typ.)
Bit rate: 2.048 Mbps
Code: HDB3
Controls patterns below:
- Test Model 1 16/32/64 DPCH
- Test Model 2
- Test Model 3 16/32 DPCH
- Test Model 4 with/without P-CPICH
- Test Model 5 8/4/2 HS-PDSCH
Measurement function: BER (Bit Error Rate), BLER (Block Error Rate)
Bit rate: 12.1, 64, 144, 384 kbps
Measured pattern: PN9, PN15
Resync evaluation conditions: (PN × 2) bit error free
Measured time: 104 to 109 bit (104 bit step), 102 to 104 block (102 block step)
Display: Error rate, Error bit count, Measured bit count
Bandwidth
100, 250, 500 kHz, 1, 2.5, 5 MHz
10, 18.6 MHz
20 MHz
Bandwidth,
Sampling Rate,
Recorded Data
Format
Recording Time
Number of Recorded File
Resample Function
Trigger Function
Count Mode
Interface
Sampling Rate
200, 500 kHz, 1, 2, 5, 10 MHz
20 MHz
25 MHz
Recorded Data Format
Floating Decimal Format
Fixed Decimal Format
(16 bit)
5 seconds to 4 hours
1000 files max.
Convert by resampling at data retrieval, Setting range: Sampling rate/2 to Sampling rate
Video, Wide IF Video, External, SG Marker
Capturing times: 1 to 20 times
Connector: eSATA Connector
Hot Plug: Not supported*
*: The main frame and external HDD must be off when connecting/disconnecting connectors.
Reference Data
SSB Phase Noise (This data is only for reference and is not guaranteed as specifications.)
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• MS269xA-020 Vector Signal Generator
Ordering Information
Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.
Model/Order No.
MS2690A
MS2691A
MS2692A
J0017F
J0266
P0031A
Z0541A
MS2690A-001
MS2690A-004
MS2690A-008
MS2690A-020
MS2690A-030
MS2690A-040
MS2690A-050
MS2691A-001
MS2691A-003
MS2691A-004
MS2691A-008
MS2691A-020
MS2691A-030
MS2691A-040
MS2691A-050
MS2692A-001
MS2692A-003
MS2692A-004
MS2692A-008
MS2692A-020
MS2692A-030
MS2692A-040
MS2692A-050
MS2690A-101
MS2690A-104
MS2690A-108
MS2690A-120
MS2690A-130
MS2690A-140
MS2690A-150
MS2691A-101
MS2691A-103
MS2691A-104
MS2691A-108
MS2691A-120
MS2691A-130
MS2691A-140
MS2691A-150
Name
- Main Frame Signal Analyzer (50 Hz to 6.0 GHz)
Signal Analyzer (50 Hz to 13.5 GHz)
Signal Analyzer (50 Hz to 26.5 GHz)
- Standard Accessories Power Cord (2.6 m long 100 Vac, 3 core, gray)
:1 pc
Conversion Adapter (3 pin to 2 pin power adapter) :1 pc
USB Memory (>1 GB USB2.0 Flash Driver)
:1 pc
USB Mouse
:1 pc
Install CD-ROM
(Application software, instruction manual CD-ROM) :1 pc
- Options Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
Wideband Analysis Hardware
(Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz)
6 GHz Preamplifier (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
Vector Signal Generator (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1.5M/2M)
(Supports ATM 1.5M and 2M)
Baseband Interface Unit
HDD Digitizing Interface
Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz
(Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz)
Wideband Analysis Hardware
(Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz)
6 GHz Preamplifier (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
Vector Signal Generator (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1.5M/2M)
(Supports ATM 1.5M and 2M)
Baseband Interface Unit
HDD Digitizing Interface
Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz
(Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz)
Wideband Analysis Hardware
(Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz)
6 GHz Preamplifier (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
Vector Signal Generator (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1.5M/2M)
(Supports ATM 1.5M and 2M)
Baseband Interface Unit
HDD Digitizing Interface
- Retrofit Options Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
Wideband Analysis Hardware Retrofit
(Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz)
6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
Vector Signal Generator Retrofit (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1.5M/2M) Retrofit
(Supports ATM 1.5M and 2M)
Baseband Interface Unit Retrofit
HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit
Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz Retrofit
(Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz)
Wideband Analysis Hardware Retrofit
(Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz)
6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
Vector Signal Generator Retrofit (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1.5M/2M) Retrofit
(Supports ATM 1.5M and 2M)
Baseband Interface Unit Retrofit
HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit
Model/Order No.
Name
MS2692A-101 Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
MS2692A-103 Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz Retrofit
(Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz)
MS2692A-104 Wideband Analysis Hardware Retrofit
(Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz)
MS2692A-108 6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
MS2692A-120 Vector Signal Generator Retrofit (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
MS2692A-130 W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1.5M/2M) Retrofit
(Supports ATM 1.5M and 2M)
MS2692A-140 Baseband Interface Unit Retrofit
MS2692A-150 HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit
- Software Options Mobile WiMAX Measurement Software
MX269010A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
W-CDMA/HSPA Downlink Measurement Software
MX269011A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual
W-CDMA/HSPA Uplink Measurement Software
MX269012A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
GSM/EDGE Measurement Software
MX269013A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
MX269013A-001 EDGE Evolution Measurement Software
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
ETC/DSRC Measurement Software
MX269014A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
TD-SCDMA Measurement Software
MX269015A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
XG-PHS Measurement Software
MX269016A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
Vector Modulation Analysis Software
MX269017A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
LTE Downlink Measurement Software
MX269020A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
LTE Uplink Measurement Software
MX269021A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
LTE TDD Downlink Measurement Software
MX269022A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
CDMA2000 Forward Link Measurement Software
MX269024A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
EV-DO Forward Link Measurement Software
MX269026A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
W-CDMA BS Measurement Software
MX269030A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
Measurement Software for MediaFLO
MX269036A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual
UMTS Measurement Software for RF Device Test
MX269040A
Digital I/F Control Software for DigRF2.5G/3G
MX269041A
HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducer
MX269901A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
TDMA IQproducer (CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
MX269902A
Multi-Carrier IQproducer
MX269904A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
Mobile WiMAX IQproducer
MX269905A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
LTE IQproducer (CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
MX269908A
XG-PHS IQproducer (CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
MX269909A
LTE TDD IQproducer
MX269910A
(CD-ROM, license and instruction manual)
- Warranty Service MS2690A-ES210 2-years Extended Warranty Service
MS2690A-ES310 3-years Extended Warranty Service
MS2690A-ES510 5-years Extended Warranty Service
MS2691A-ES210 2-years Extended Warranty Service
MS2691A-ES310 3-years Extended Warranty Service
MS2691A-ES510 5-years Extended Warranty Service
MS2692A-ES210 2-years Extended Warranty Service
MS2692A-ES310 3-years Extended Warranty Service
MS2692A-ES510 5-years Extended Warranty Service
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Model/Order No.
W2850AE
W2851AE
W2852AE
W2853AE
W2854AE
W2855AE
W2856AE
W2857AE
W2914AE
W2929AE
W2858AE
W2859AE
W3130AE
W2919AE
W3098AE
W3099AE
W3060AE
W3061AE
W3100AE
W3101AE
W3031AE
W3032AE
W3044AE
W3045AE
W3157AE
W3158AE
W3305AE
W3306AE
W3014AE
W3015AE
W3209AE
W3210AE
W3201AE
W3202AE
W3203AE
W3204AE
W2860AE
W2861AE
W3313AE
W3314AE
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Product Brochure
Name
- Application Parts MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual
(Main frame Operation, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual
(Main frame Remote Control, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual
(Signal Analyzer Function Operation, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual
(Signal Analyzer Function Remote Control, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual
(Spectrum Analyzer Function Operation, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual
(Spectrum Analyzer Function Remote Control, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Operation Manual
(Operation, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Operation Manual
(Remote Control, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Operation Manual
(IQproducer, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Operation Manual
(Standard Waveform Pattern, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-030 Operation Manual
(Operation, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-030 Operation Manual
(Remote Control, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-040 Operation Manual
(Operation, Printed version)
MX269010A Operation Manual (Printed version)
MX269011A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269011A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269012A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269012A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269013A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269013A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269014A Operation Manual(Operation, Printed version)
MX269014A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269015A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269015A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269016A Operation Maunal (Operation, Printed version)
MX269016A Operation Maunal
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269017A Operation Maunal (Operation, Printed version)
MX269017A Operation Maunal
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269020A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269021A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269022A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269022A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269024A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269024A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269026A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269026A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269030A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269030A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
MX269036A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
MX269036A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Model/Order No.
Name
W3003AE
MX269040A Operation Manual
(W-CDMA Operation, Printed version)
W3004AE
MX269040A Operation Manual
(GSM/EDGE Operation, Printed version)
W3005AE
MX269040A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
W3006AE
MX269041A Operation Manual
(BBIF Operation, Printed version)
W3007AE
MX269041A Operation Manual
(BBIF Remote control, Printed version)
W3008AE
MX269041A Operation Manual
(IQ Pattern/DUT Control Producer, Printed version)
W3016AE
MX269041A Operation Manual
(RF device test integrated software, Printed version)
W3108AE
MX269050A Operation Manual (Operation, Printed version)
W3109AE
MX269050A Operation Manual
(Remote control, Printed version)
W2915AE
MX269901A Operation Manual (Printed version)
W2916AE
MX269902A Operation Manual (Printed version)
W2917AE
MX269904A Operation Manual (Printed version)
W2918AE
MX269905A Operation Manual (Printed version)
W3023AE
MX269908A Operation Manual (Printed version)
W3153AE
MX269909A Operation Maunal (Printed version)
W3221AE
MX269910A Operation Manual (Printed version)
K240B
Power Divider
(K connector, DC to 26.5 GHz, 50 Ω, K-J, 1 W max)
MA1612A
Four-Port Junction Pad (5 MHz to 3 GHz, N-J)
MP752A
Termination (DC to 12.4 GHz, 50 Ω, N-P)
MA2512A
Band Pass Filter (for W-CDMA, 1.92 to 2.17 GHz)
J0576B
Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m
J0576D
Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 2 m
J0127A
Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m
J0127B
Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 2 m
J0127C
Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 0.5 m
J0322A
Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P),
0.5 m (DC to 18 GHz)
J0322B
Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P),
1 m (DC to 18 GHz)
J0322C
Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P),
1.5 m (DC to 18 GHz)
J0322D
Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P),
2 m (DC to 18 GHz)
J1264
SMA-N Conversion Adapter
(DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω, N-P · SMA-J)
J1398A
N-SMA Adapter (DC to 26.5 GHz, 50 Ω, N-P · SMA-J)
J0911
Coaxial Cord, 1.0 M (for 40 GHz)
(DC to 40 GHz, approx. 1 m) (SF102A, 11K254/K254/1.0M)
J0912
Coaxial Cord, 0.5 M (for 40 GHz)
(DC to 40 GHz, approx. 0.5 m) (SF102A, 11K254/K254/0.5M)
41KC-3
Fixed Attenuator, 3 dB (DC to 40 GHz, 3 dB)
J1261A
Ethernet Cable (Shield type, straight), 1 m
J1261B
Ethernet Cable (Shield type, straight), 3 m
J1261C
Ethernet Cable (Shield type, cross), 1 m
J1261D
Ethernet Cable (Shield type, cross), 3 m
J0008
GPIB Connection Cable, 2.0 m
J1373A
AUX Conversion Adapter
(AUX → BNC, for vector signal generator option)
B0597A
Rack Mount Kit
B0589A
Carrying Case (Hard type, with casters)
B0633A
Carrying Case (Soft type)
Z1082A
10/13 MHz Reference Signal Input
MA24106A
USB Power Sensor
(50 MHz to 6 GHz, with USB A to mini B Cable)
Z1037A
Installation Kit
(required when retrofitting options or installing software)
J1373A AUX Conversion Adapter
MA24106A USB Power Sensor
B0589A Carrying Case (Hard type)
B0633A Carrying Case (Soft type)
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Anritsu Corporation
5-1-1 Onna, Atsugi-shi, Kanagawa, 243-8555 Japan
Phone: +81-46-223-1111
Fax: +81-46-296-1238
• U.S.A.
Anritsu Company
1155 East Collins Blvd., Suite 100, Richardson,
TX 75081, U.S.A.
Toll Free: 1-800-267-4878
Phone: +1- 972-644-1777
Fax: +1-972-671-1877
• Canada
Anritsu Electronics Ltd.
700 Silver Seven Road, Suite 120, Kanata,
Ontario K2V 1C3, Canada
Phone: +1-613-591-2003
Fax: +1-613-591-1006
• Brazil
Anritsu Eletrônica Ltda.
Praca Amadeu Amaral, 27 - 1 Andar
01327-010-Paraiso-São Paulo-Brazil
Phone: +55-11-3283-2511
Fax: +55-11-3288-6940
• Mexico
Anritsu Company, S.A. de C.V.
Av. Ejército Nacional No. 579 Piso 9, Col. Granada
11520 México, D.F., México
Phone: +52-55-1101-2370
Fax: +52-55-5254-3147
• U.K.
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
200 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3LU, U.K.
Phone: +44-1582-433200
Fax: +44-1582-731303
• France
Anritsu S.A.
16/18 avenue du Québec-SILIC 720
91961 COURTABOEUF CEDEX, France
Phone: +33-1-60-92-15-50
Fax: +33-1-64-46-10-65
• Germany
Anritsu GmbH
• Italy
• India
Anritsu S.p.A.
Via Elio Vittorini 129, 00144 Roma, Italy
Phone: +39-6-509-9711
Fax: +39-6-502-2425
• Sweden
Anritsu AB
Borgafjordsgatan 13, 164 40 KISTA, Sweden
Phone: +46-8-534-707-00
Fax: +46-8-534-707-30
• Finland
Anritsu AB
Teknobulevardi 3-5, FI-01530 VANTAA, Finland
Phone: +358-20-741-8100
Fax: +358-20-741-8111
• Denmark
Anritsu A/S
Kirkebjerg Allé 90, DK-2605 Brøndby, Denmark
Phone: +45-72112200
Fax: +45-72112210
• Russia
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Representation Office in Russia
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 Pte. Ltd.
India Branch Office
3rd Floor, Shri Lakshminarayan Niwas, #2726, 80 ft Road,
HAL 3rd Stage, Bangalore - 560 075, India
Phone: +91-80-4058-1300
Fax: +91-80-4058-1301
• P.R. China (Hong Kong)
Anritsu Company Ltd.
Units 4 & 5, 28th Floor, Greenfield Tower, Concordia Plaza,
No. 1 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Phone: +852-2301-4980
Fax: +852-2301-3545
• P.R. China (Beijing)
Anritsu Company Ltd.
Beijing Representative Office
Room 2008, Beijing Fortune Building,
No. 5, Dong-San-Huan Bei Road,
Chao-Yang District, Beijing 100004, P.R. China
Phone: +86-10-6590-9230
Fax: +86-10-6590-9235
• Korea
Anritsu Corporation, Ltd.
8F Hyunjuk Building, 832-41, Yeoksam Dong,
Kangnam-ku, Seoul, 135-080, Korea
Phone: +82-2-553-6603
Fax: +82-2-553-6604
• Australia
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Dubai Liaison Office
Anritsu Pty. Ltd.
P O Box 500413 - Dubai Internet City
Al Thuraya Building, Tower 1, Suit 701, 7th Floor
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971-4-3670352
Fax: +971-4-3688460
• Singapore
Anritsu Pte. Ltd.
60 Alexandra Terrace, #02-08, The Comtech (Lobby A)
Singapore 118502
Phone: +65-6282-2400
Fax: +65-6282-2533
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
Nemetschek Haus, Konrad-Zuse-Platz 1
81829 München, Germany
Phone: +49-89-442308-0
Fax: +49-89-442308-55
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