BTS Master MT8222A Product Brochure

Product Brochure
BTS Master
MT8222A
™
A High Performance – Handheld Base Station Analyzer
Introducing the Incredibly Accurate, Rugged, Handheld
BTS Master MT8222A
Handheld integrated multi-function test tool
RF engineers and technicians in the field need a lightweight, practical,
and rugged test solution that can perform all the measurements needed
for installation and maintenance of modern cell sites. That solution is
the BTS Master MT8222A. It combines the functionality of Anritsu’s
high performance-handheld products, including the MS2721B Spectrum
Master and the MS2024A and MS2026A Cable and Antenna Analyzer.
This combined product weighs less than 4 kg. (9lbs.). The MT8222A provides
users with cable and antenna analysis, spectrum analysis, power meter,
W-CDMA/HSDPA, GSM/GPRS/EDGE, CDMA/EVDO, Fixed WiMAX,
Mobile WiMAX and TD-SCDMA, RF and Demod measurements and
W-CDMA/HSDPA CDMA/EVDO, Mobile WiMAX and TD-SCDMA Over
the Air (OTA), channel scanner, Interference Analyzer, variable Bias Tee, Bit
Error Rate Tester (BERT) and Power Monitor. So technicians can eliminate the
need to carry several independent instruments and instead get the job done
with the MT8222A – an optimal combination of Anritsu’s high performing
handheld instruments.
Easy to use
Coming from the leader in cable and antenna analysis, it’s no surprise that the
BTS Master MT8222A is very easy to operate and requires little or no training.
Users will enjoy the bright 8.5 in. (215 mm.) color TFT display – easy to read
even in broad daylight. Up to six markers can be displayed on the screen
including noise markers and frequency counter markers in the Spectrum
Analyzer mode.
Keep on going – wherever you like
The BTS Master runs for more than 2.5 hours on a single, rechargeable
Li-ion battery. So users have the time and freedom to move from ground
installations to the highest towers, or anywhere where critical measurements
are needed. Plus, when it’s time to replace the battery, it takes no time at all,
and requires no tools.
Eight Built-in Languages
While fluent in English, Spanish, German, French, Japanese, Chinese, Italian
and Korean, the MT8222A user can also customize two additional languages
using Master Software Tools.
Choose from eight different languages or
upload two custom languages.
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Eight different languages are offered to
improve technician productivity.
From the Ground Up to the Tower, Accurate and Powerful
Cable and Antenna Analysis in One Handheld Instrument
GPS Connector
Spectrum
Analyzer
Input
Frequency
Reference Input
Compact
Flash Slot
Soft Key Active
Function Block
RF
Output
External
Trigger
Input
2.5 mm 3-wire cellular headset connector
USB Jack
RF
Input
LAN Connector
Battery Charger Input
Speaker
On/Off
Date and Time
Directional
Buttons
Rotary Knob
Instrument Setting
Summary
Soft Keys
Dual Function
Keypad
Function
Hard Keys
Battery Access
Function
Benefits
W-CDMA/HSDPA
Quickly check base station performance using RF, Demodulation, and Over The Air measurements.
Easily identify HSDPA and W-CDMA OVSF codes by color.
GSM/GPRS/EDGE
Rapidly review base station performance via RF and Demodulation measurements.
Fixed WiMAX
Check the base station performance with ease using RF and Demodulation measurements.
Mobile WiMAX
Automatically decode the DL-MAP to demodulate Mobile WiMAX signals.
Spectrum Analyzer
Outstanding performance from 100 KHz to 7.1 GHz
Cable and Antenna Analysis
10 MHz to 4 GHz, 10 MHz to 6 GHz (Option 26): Return Loss, Cable Loss, VSWR, Distance-To-Fault,
2-port Gain, 1-port Phase, 2-port phase, and Smith Chart for detailed analysis.
Power Meter
Channelized or Broadband power measurements (no detector needed) from 100 KHz to 7.1 GHz
High Accuracy Power Meter
Performs accurate RMS power measurements for CW and modulated signals.
Interference Analyzer
Identify interfering signals using Spectrogram display, RSSI, and Signal Strength displays.
Channel Scanner
Measure frequency, bandwidth and power of multiple transmitted signals. Create 20 custom channels to scan by
frequencies or channels.
Bit Error Rate Tester (BERT)
T1, FT1, T3, 2 Mb/s-E1 Capability to analyze if the problem is on the wireline or the wireless side.
GPS Receiver
Provides location Information and enhance reference frequency oscillator accuracy.
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Increase System Uptime with 1-Port Cable
and Antenna Analysis
The BTS Master MT8222A performs a variety of cable and antenna measurements aimed at simplifying the task for the
technician and engineer. A single key selection on the bottom hard keys brings up all the measurements you need.
Frequency Domain Reflectometry (FDR)
Cable and antenna measurements are based on a swept RF signal and are ideal for detecting faults and degradations in the RF
bands. Frequency Domain Reflectometry (FDR) can be used to characterize systems using frequency selective devices (filters,
duplexers, lightning arrestors, antennas, combiners), thus providing an early alert to devastating system failures. Plus, FDR can
track down costly, time consuming problems due to corrosion, slight pin gaps and damaged RF components. By breaking away
from the traditional fix-after-failure maintenance process, FDR techniques find small, hard-to-identify problems before they
become big problems by testing the system at the operating frequency.
6 GHz Cable and Antenna Analyzer (Option 26)
The 6 GHz Cable and Antenna Analyzer option supports all Cable and Antenna Analyzer functionality and extends
the measurement range from 4 GHz to 6 GHz.
Return Loss/VSWR
Return Loss and VSWR measurements can be used
to characterize cable and antenna systems to ensure conformance to
system specific requirements. Return Loss measures the signal energy
that is “reflected” or returned back to where it came from. Measurements
can be easily toggled between Return Loss and VSWR modes and can be
performed without climbing the tower.
Return Loss measures reflected power
Cable Loss
Usually performed with a short or open at the end of the cable, Cable
Loss measures the energy lost in the cable or transmission line. Since the
MT8222A automatically calculates and displays the average cable loss
over the set frequency range, there's no more need for guesswork or
complicated calculations in the field.
Cable Loss measures energy lost in the cable
Distance-To-Fault (DTF)
Distance-To-Fault finds faults within cable and
feedline system
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Precisely locate faults within cable and feedline systems using the
MT8222A’s Distance-To-Fault (DTF) measurement. Users will see
magnitude discontinuities displayed in dB or VSWR over distance in
meters or feet. The Distance-To-Fault (DTF) display is obtained by
performing a sweep in the frequency domain and then by using the
inverse Fast Fourier Transform, the data is converted to the time domain.
Distance-To-Fault (DTF) can easily identify connector transitions,
jumpers and kinks in the cable and antenna system. Different windowing
(frequency filters) types give the user the flexibility to trade off sidelobes
for pulse width.
See Overall Tower Top Performance
with 2-Port Cable and Antenna Analysis
Many cellular/PCS and 3G base stations today use diplexers, duplexers, and Tower Mounted Amplifiers (TMAs) to extend
the coverage of the uplink signal – adding a host of complexities for technicians working on these systems. To help simplify
performance verification, the MT8222A allows users to take advantage of 2-port measurements to make gain, isolation, and
insertion loss measurements, as well as to verify the sector-to-sector isolation, TMA and duplexed antennas.
DUPLEXER
Tx
RF IN
2-PORT
BTS
MASTER
RF IN
LNA
2-PORT
BTS
MASTER
RF OUT
LNA
RF OUT
ANTENNA
Rx
LNA
ANTENNA
TEST
SIGNAL
2-Port Gain
The MT8222A simplifies the task of verifying amplifier and
system performance during installation or periodic maintenance
and troubleshooting intervals. Its 2-port Gain measurement features
two different output power levels: High (0 dBm) and Low (–30 dBm).
Low power levels are used to measure the gain of the TMA directly to
ensure that the amplifier does not saturate and that the receiver port
remains unexposed to excess power.
If the TMA has already been installed on the tower, the MT8222A can
measure the relative gain by sending out an RF signal to the transmit
antenna and then measure the received uplink signal with the bias turned
on and off.
2-Port Gain
Antenna-to-Antenna Isolation
ANTENNA
RF IN
ISOLATION
2-PORT
BTS
MASTER
RF OUT
ANTENNA
Improving isolation between antenna sectors can reduce cell-to-cell RF
interference and improve system coverage and capacity. An advantage of
the MT8222A is its high power level selection and excellent dynamic
range, ensuring accurate measurements during deployment and during
periodic maintenance intervals. Furthermore, if the antenna has moved
from the installed mounting angle, such as after harsh weather, this
change would be detected in side lobe and back lobe coupling
magnitudes. Additionally, Tx-Rx isolation of duplexers and filters can
be easily tested with the MT8222A’s Dynamic Range performance.
Phase Measurements and Smith Chart
The MT8222A provides 1-port and 2-port phase measurements for
phase matching cables. Using the trace math menu, relative phase
measurements can be made. Technicians can also view impedance
matching results in the Smith Chart display. Markers show real
and imaginary components of the load impedance.
Bias Tee (Option 10)
The optional built-in Bias Tee places adjustable +12V to +24V of
the RF In port and eliminates the need for an external power supply
when biasing an amplifier.
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Lab-grade Spectrum Analysis in a Handheld Package
Smart Measurements
Dedicated routines for one-button measurements of field strength, channel
power, occupied bandwidth, Adjacent Channel Power Ratio (ACPR) and
Carrier to Interference Ratio (C/I) make the MT8222A the ideal choice for
the field. Its simple interface significantly reduces test time and increases
analyzer usability, putting more power where it belongs – in the hands of the
technician.
The Occupied Bandwidth screen displays
the amount of spectrum used by a modulated
signal.
Fast Sweep Speed
The MT8222A automatically sweeps as fast as possible for the selected
settings consistent with accurate results. This allows users to select their
settings and then sweep faster than any portable spectrum analyzer on the
market today, simplifying the capture of intermittent interference signals.
Plus, it’s all done automatically, accurately and consistently.
Occupied Bandwidth
This measurement determines the amount of spectrum used by a modulated
signal. You can choose between two different methods of determining
bandwidth: the percent of power method or the “x” dB down method, where
“x” can be from 1 dB to 100 dB down the skirts of the signal.
Field Strength measurement accurately
corrects the antenna gain or loss.
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Field Strength
To correct the loss or gain of an antenna field strength measurement,
the MT8222A applies an “antenna factor.” The MT8222A will then
automatically adjust the results of the selected antenna frequency band based
on the antenna factor. Plus, you’ll find antenna factors of all the antennas
offered by Anritsu stored in the unit. Antenna factors for all other antennas
can easily be created and saved using Master Software Tools.
Connect Directly or Over the Air to Make
W-CDMA/HSDPA Measurements
With four measurement options; W-CDMA/HSDPA RF Meas, W-CDMA Demod, W-CDMA/HSDPA Demod (covering all
W-CDMA Demod measurements) and W-CDMA/HSDPA Over The Air (OTA) measurements, technicians and RF engineers
can connect the MT8222A to any Node B for accurate RF and Demodulator measurements. A physical connection is not
required for the MT8222A to receive and demodulate W-CDMA and HSDPA OTA signals. With the MT8222A, a technician
no longer needs to take a Node B site off-line.
W-CDMA/HSDPA RF Measurements (Option 44)
RF measurements are used to measure the transmitted signal strength and signal shape of the selected Node B transmitter.
For convenience, the RF measurement option includes Channel Spectrum, Spectral Emission Mask, ACLR and
RF Summary screens.
Channel Spectrum
The Channel Spectrum screen displays the signals of a selected channel as well
as channel power (in dBm and watts), occupied bandwidth and peak to average
power. Operators can select a channel by using the band channel or by choosing
a signal standard and channel.
The RF Spectrum screen shows selected
signals along with key parameters, such as
channel power and occupied bandwidth.
Spectral Emission Mask
The Spectral Emission Mask measurement applies the mask depending upon
the transmitter output as defined in the 3GPP specification (TS 25.141). The
mask varies depending upon the input signal. The MT8222A indicates if the
signal “PASSED” or “FAILED” according to the specified limits. For ease of
analysis, the spectral emission mask is also displayed in a tabular format with
different frequency ranges and a PASS or FAIL indication for each range.
The Spectral Emission Mask screen
presents a received signal framed by the
3GPP spectral mask.
ACLR
The ACLR screen shows measurements of main channel power as well
as the power levels of the adjacent channels set at –10 MHz, –5 MHz,
+5 MHz and +10 MHz according to the 3GPP standard (TS 25.141). The
MT8222A can also make multichannel ACLR measurements with as many
as four main channels and four adjacent channels. See the example with four
main channels and two adjacent channels on both sides.
Multichannel ACLR screen shows four main
channels as well as two adjacent channels
power levels.
RF Summary
Technicians can quickly check transmitter performance parameters and
details at a glance in RF Summary screen.
RF Summary screen displays the transmitter
performance parameters in a table format.
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Node B Transmitter
Performance Testing Made Simple
W-CDMA Demodulator (Option 45)
Demodulates W-CDMA signals and views detailed measurements for
evaluating transmitter modulation performance using Code Domain Power
(CDP), Codogram, Modulation Summary and Pass/Fail screens using
MT8222A with Option 45.
The Code Domain Power (CDP) screen shows
256 or 512 OVSF codes with flexible zoom
capabilities.
Code Domain Power
The Code Domain Power (CDP) screen displays 256 or 512 OVSF codes
with zoom capability, common pilot power (P-CPICH), channel power, error
vector magnitude (EVM), carrier frequency, carrier feed through, frequency
error (in Hz and ppm), Peak CD error, and noise floor. This view can zoom
to 32, 64, or 128 codes and the user can input the zoom start code to zoom in
on the OVSF codes. The demodulator also displays CPICH, P-CCPCH,
S-CCPCH, PICH, P-SCH and S-SCH power in a dedicated control
channel view.
Code Domain Power Table
The Code Domain Power (CDP) Table screen views all active OVSF codes,
the Spreading Factor, Code, Status, Symbol EVM, modulation type, Relative
Power and Absolute Power – all within the CDP Table screen.
Code Domain Power Table
Codogram
Users can take advantage of the Codogram screen display and see how code
levels are changing over time – making it easier to monitor traffic, faults and
hand-off activity. Showing 256 or 512 OVSF codes with zoom codes, the
MT8222A can zoom to 32, 64 or 128 codes, or the user can directly zoom to
particular OVSF codes of interest.
The Codogram screen shows how code levels
are changing over time to simplify fault analysis.
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Node B Transmitter
Performance Testing Made Simple
Modulation Summary
The Modulation Summary screen displays critical transmitter performance
measurements in table format for easy viewing, showing carrier frequency,
frequency error, channel power, primary common pilot channel (P-CPICH)
absolute power, secondary common pilot channel (S-CCPCH) power and
paging indicator channel (PICH) as well as physical shared channel (PSCH)
absolute power.
The Modulation Summary screen shows
critical transmitter performance parameters
in table format.
Pass/Fail Mode
The MT8222A 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. After an
operator selects a test model, the MT8222A displays test results in table
format with clear PASS or FAIL indications that include min/max thresholds
and actual measured results.
The MT8222A offers a clear Pass/Fail display
for quick evaluation of a Node B base station.
Using Master Software Tools, additional custom tests can be easily created
and uploaded into the MT8222A. All critical parameters can be selected for
Pass/Fail testing including each individual code’s power level, the spreading
factor and symbol EVM.
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Demodulate and Display HSDPA Signals with Ease
With Option 65, the MT8222A demodulates
HSDPA and W-CDMA signals and displays the
selected code constellation. The selected code
Power vs. Time is also displayed.
With Option 35, the MT8222A shows
six scrambling codes and CPICH data in
a combination bar graph/table view.
W-CDMA/HSDPA Demodulator (Option 65)
HSDPA, or High Speed Downlink Packet Access uses up to fifteen dedicated
physical channels to provide high downlink data rates. The BTS Master with
Option 65 allows demodulating HSDPA signals and displaying CDP, selected
code power variation over time, and the constellation for the selected code,
in addition to all the standard W-CDMA demodulator measurements.
W-CDMA/HSDPA Over The Air (Option 35)
With Option 35 , the MT8222A shows up to 6
mutli-path components of a Scrambling Code,
including total multi-path power in a
comibination bar graph/table view.
OTA has two measurement screens: Scrambling Code and Multi-path. The
Scrambling Code measurement displays six scrambling codes in a bar graph
format. For each scrambling code, CPICH in dBm, Ec/Io in dB, Ec in dBm,
and pilot dominance in dB are displayed in table format. The user will also
see OTA total power in dBm.
The Multi-path measurement displays up to six multi-path components of the
strongest or selected Scrambling Code, measuring Tau in µSec, Tau in Chips,
Distance in feet or meters, Received Signal Code Power, Relative Power and
total Multi-path Power.
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Demodulate GSM, GPRS and EDGE
Signals with Ease
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Measurements
For flexibility, the MT8222A features two GSM/GPRS/EDGE measurement modes: RF Meas and Demod. Technicians
and RF Engineers can connect the MT8222A to any GSM/GPRS/EDGE base station for accurate RF and demodulator
measurements. When a physical connection is not required, the MT8222A can receive and demodulate GSM/GPRS/EDGE
signals over the air.
GSM/GPRS/EDGE RF Measurements (Option 40)
Examine views of single-channel spectrum, Power vs. Time (frame), Power vs.
Time (slot) with mask per 3GPP TS 05.05 specification and summary screens.
The user can view Channel Spectrum or Multi Channel Spectrums.
The Channel Spectrum screen includes channel power, burst power, average
burst power, frequency error, modulation type and Training Sequence Code.
Option 40 displays the first detected timeslot
and mask as specified in 3GPP TS 05.05.
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Demodulator (Option 41)
Option 41 demodulates GSM/GPRS/EDGE signals and displays the results
of detailed measurements to analyze transmitter modulation performance.
Results are shown for phase error (rms), phase error peak, EVM (rms), EVM
(peak), origin offset, C/I, modulation type and magnitude error (rms) with an
I/Q vector diagram of the signal.
Option 41 demodulates and displays
GSM/GPRS/EDGE signals, including vector
diagrams.
Pass/Fail Mode
Using Master Software Tools, custom GSM/GPRS/EDGE Pass/Fail test sets
can be easily created and uploaded into the MT8222A. The test results are
displayed in table format with clear Pass or Fail indicators that include
min/max thresholds and actual measured results.
Create and download custom
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Pass/Fail test sets.
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Connect Directly or Over the Air to Make
CDMA/EVDO Measurements
CDMA RF Measurements (Option 42)
RF Measurements are used to measure the transmitted signal power, shape, power in adjacent channels and spurious
emissions. The following sets of measurements help the technician evaluate the RF characteristics of a CDMA base station.
Channel Spectrum
The Channel Spectrum measurement displays the spectrum of the specified
channel in addition to numerical values for Channel Power, Occupied BW
and Peak to Average Ratio.
CDMA Channel Spectrum measurement
display
ACPR
The ACPR measurement displays the main channel and the power of two
adjacent channels on each side of a bar graph. The user can configure up to
five main channels.
Spurious Emission
This measurement displays the spectrum of the input signal at specific
offsets (based upon the Signal Standard). Markers are automatically tuned to
measure the input power at these offsets and to determine a PASS or FAIL
according to limits that are set by the signal standard. A blue mask is also
calculated and shown on the spectrum to visually check for pass fail
conditions.
CDMA Spurious Emissions measurement
display
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Evaluate the Quality of the Modulation from
the CDMA Base Station
cdmaOne and CDMA2000 1xRTT Demodulator (Option 43)
Demodulator measurements are used to measure the code domain power in both graphical and tabular forms.
The following sets of measurements help the technician evaluate the quality of the modulation from the CDMA base station.
CDP
The Code Domain Power measurement displays the power of the various
demodulated codes (display is automatically bit reversed if Walsh Codes are set
to 128). Rho, Frequency Error, Average Noise Floor and Tau are numerical
values that are calculated and displayed. A zoom view of 16, 32 or 64 codes
is also seen. Markers can be turned on to display the code power and code type.
CDMA Code Domain Power measurement
display
CDP Table
This measurement displays all the active codes in a color coded tabular
format.
cdmaOne and CDMA2000 1xRTT Over The Air (Option 33)
Over The Air Measurement provides a cost effective way to identify base station performance problems before they
become catastrophic without taking the base station off the air. Traditionally, technicians had to bring down the sector or site
to test the base station performance. Now technicians can sit in a vehicle and make these measurements. For accurate
measurements over the air, a GPS antenna should be used to provide a timing reference.
Pilot Scan
The strongest nine received PNs are displayed as bar graphs, and the PN
numbers are displayed at the bottom of the bar graphs. For each PN, a table
displays PN number, Ec/Io, and Tau. Also shown are Pilot Power, Channel
Power, and Pilot Dominance.
CDMA Over the Air measurement display
MultiPath
The strongest six paths are displayed. For each path, a table below the bar
graph displays Ec/Io and Tau. Also shown are Channel Power and Multipath
Power.
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Optimize EVDO Network Performance
EVDO
With the 3G evolution of CDMA technology, 1xEV-DO provides data rates up to 2.4 Mbps, providing greater system
capacity and lower costs, making wireless broadband possible. The CDMA2000 1xEV-DO (EVDO) system is backward
compatible and is spectrally identical to the cdmaOne and CDMA2000 systems.
EVDO RF Measurements (Option 62)
RF Measurements are used to measure the transmitted signal power, shape, power in adjacent channels and spurious emissions.
The following sets of measurements help the technician evaluate the RF characteristics of an EVDO base station.
Channel Spectrum
The Channel Spectrum measurement displays the spectrum of the specified
channel in addition to numerical values for Channel Power, Occupied BW and
Peak to Average Ratio.
Power vs Time
This measurement displays the time domain view of an EVDO half-slot and
helps determine the % of idle activity which gives a measure of how many
users are connected to the base station.
EVDO Power vs. Time measurement
display
ACPR
The ACPR measurement displays the main channel and the power of two
adjacent channels on each side of a bar graph. The user can configure up to five
main channels.
Spurious Emission
This measurement displays the spectrum of the input signal at specific offsets
(based upon the Signal Standard). Markers are automatically tuned to measure
the input power at these offsets and to determine a PASS or FAIL according to
limits that are set by the signal standard. A blue mask is also calculated and
shown on the spectrum to visually check for pass fail conditions.
EVDO Demodulator (Option 63)
Demodulator measurements are used to measure the code domain power in both graphical and tabular forms. The following
sets of measurements help the technician evaluate the quality of the modulation from the EVDO base station.
CDP MAC
This measurement displays the power of the various demodulated codes in the
MAC Channel. Pilot and MAC Power, Rho, Frequency Error, and Average
Noise Floor are numerical values that are calculated and displayed. A zoom
view of 16, 32 or 64 codes is also seen. Markers can be turned on to display
the code power and code type.
EVDO CDP MAC measurement display
CDP Data
This measurement displays the power of the 16 I and 16 Q sub-channels of
the Data channel separately.
MAC CDP Table
This measurement displays all the active codes in the MAC channel in a color
coded tabular format.
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Cost Effective Way to Identify Base Station
Performance Problems
EVDO Over The Air (Option 34)
Over The Air Measurement provides a cost effective way to identify base station performance problems before they
become catastrophic without taking the base station off the air. Traditionally, technicians had to bring down the sector or site
to test the base station performance. Now technicians can sit in a vehicle and make these measurements. For accurate
measurements over the air, a GPS antenna should be used to provide a timing reference.
Pilot Scan
The strongest nine received PNs are displayed as bar graphs, and the PN
numbers are displayed at the bottom of the bar graphs. For each PN, a table
displays PN number, Ec/Io, and Tau. Also shown are Pilot Power, Channel
Power, and Pilot Dominance.
EVDO Over the Air measurement display
MultiPath
The strongest six paths are displayed. For each path, a table below the bar
graph displays Ec/Io and Tau. Also shown are Channel Power and Multipath
Power.
Pass/Fail Mode
The Spectrum Master and BTS Master can perform automated Pass/Fail
testing for both CDMA and EVDO. The test results are displayed in table
format with clear PASS or FAIL indications that include min/max thresholds
and actual measured results. Using Master Software Tools, custom tests
can be easily created and uploaded into the BTS Master. All critical
parameters can be selected for Pass/Fail testing.
EVDO Pass Fail Mode measurement display
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Fixed WiMAX Measurements Made Simple
The Fixed WiMAX 802.16-2004 specification refers to an air interface standard for Broadband Wireless Access systems.
It enables multiple services in a wireless metropolitan area network, such as wireless backhaul for telecommunications, E1/T1
replacement for small and medium businesses and residential wireless cable/DSL for broadband internet at home. Also, WiMAX
provides fixed, nomadic, portable and mobile wireless broadband connectivity without the need for a direct line-of-sight
connectivity between a base station and a subscriber.
MT8222A provides two WiMAX measurement options: Fixed WiMAX RF Meas and Fixed WiMAX Demod. So for accurate
RF and demodulator measurements, technicians and RF engineers can connect the Base Station Analyzer, MT8222A to any
Fixed WiMAX Base Station.
Fixed WiMAX RF Measurements (Option 46)
RF measurements are used to measure the transmitted signal strength and signal shape of the selected BTS transmitter.
For the technician’s convenience, the RF measurement option can display Channel Spectrum, Power vs. Time, ACPR and
RF Summary screens.
Spectrum
In the Spectrum screen, technicians can view and examine the selected signal’s
channel power (in dBm) and occupied bandwidth.
The RF Spectrum screen shows the signal
spectrum along with key parameters, such as
channel power and occupied bandwidth.
Power vs. Time
The Power vs. Time screen shows the time domain view of a Fixed WiMAX
OFDM signal. The Preamble power is always 3 dB higher than the data power.
The channel power, preamble power, burst power of data bursts in dBm and
the Crest Factor are displayed as numerical values.
Power vs. Time screen displays the burst
power and preamble power of the signal.
ACPR
ACPR is the ratio of the amount of leakage power in an adjacent channel
to the total transmitted power in the main channel. With the MT8222A,
technicians can easily inspect measurements of main channel power as well
as the power levels of the two adjacent channels on each side.
The ACPR screen shows the power levels for
the main channel and two adjacent channels.
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Demodulate Fixed WiMAX Signals with Ease
Fixed WiMAX Demodulator (Option 47)
With Option 47, the MT8222A can demodulate Fixed WiMAX OFDM
signals and displays detailed measurements for evaluating transmitter
modulation performance using Constellation, Spectral Flatness,
EVM vs. Sub carrier, and EVM vs. Symbol.
Option 47 displays the constellation of the
demodulator signal.
Constellation
The Constellation view shows the constellation of the demodulated data symbols
over 1 frame. The data bursts can have BPSK, QPSK, 16 QAM or 64 QAM
modulations. All the modulations are color coded. The screen also displays RCE
(rms) in dB, RCE (pk) in dB, EVM (rms) in %, EVM (pk) in %, Freq Error in
Hz, Freq Error in ppm, Carrier Frequency in Hz and Base Station ID.
Spectral Flatness
The Spectral Flatness view displays the data collected from the preamble
before channel estimation is performed. The deviation of the spectral flatness
from the average over all the carriers is shown in dB. A mask that conforms
to the 802.16-2004 specification is displayed as green/red lines depending on
the measurement value. The absolute delta of the power between adjacent sub
carriers in dB is also displayed.
Spectral Flatness is displayed with the mask
as specified in 802.16-2004.
EVM vs. Sub Carrier
The EVM vs. Sub Carrier screen displays the EVM (rms) values vs. OFDM
sub carriers. The pilot and data sub carriers are displayed and color-coded.
EVM vs. Sub Carrier displays pilot and data
subcarrier.
EVM vs. Symbol
The EVM vs. Symbol screen displays the EVM (rms) values vs.
OFDM Symbols.
The EVM vs. Symbol displays the EVM (rms)
values vs. OFDM Symbols.
Pass/Fail Mode
The MT8222A has the capability of creating test procedures with minimum
and maximum limits for testing base station performance and recalls these
tests for quick and easy measurements. After a test procedure, the MT8222A
can display test results in table format with clear PASS or FAIL indications
that include min/max thresholds and actual measured results. Plus using
Master Software Tools, additional custom tests can be easily created and
uploaded into the MT8222A.
Using Master Software Tools create and download
custom Fixed WiMAX Pass/Fail test sets.
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RF Mobile WiMAX Measurements Made Simple
The Mobile WiMAX 802.16-2005 specification refers to an air interface standard for Broadband Wireless Access systems.
It enables multiple services in a high speed wireless network, such as wireless backhaul for telecommunications, E1/T1
replacement for small and medium businesses, wireless cable/DSL for broadband internet at home or on the move, video on
demand and voice over IP services. Also, WiMAX provides, nomadic, portable and mobile wireless broadband connectivity
without the need for a direct line-of-sight connectivity between a base station and a subscriber.
The MT8222A provides three Mobile WiMAX measurement options:
Mobile WiMAX RF Measurements, Mobile WiMAX Demodulator and
Mobile WiMAX Over The Air (OTA) measurements. So for accurate RF
and demodulator measurements, technicians and RF engineers can connect
the Base Station Analyzer, MT8222A to any Mobile WiMAX Base Station.
Mobile WiMAX RF Measurements (Option 66)
The RF Spectrum screen shows the signal
spectrum along with key parameters, such
as channel power and occupied bandwidth.
RF measurements are used to measure the transmitted signal strength and
signal shape of the selected BTS transmitter. For the technician’s convenience,
the RF measurement option can display Channel Spectrum, Power vs. Time,
ACPR and RF Summary screens.
Spectrum
In the Spectrum screen, technicians can view and examine the selected
signal’s channel power (in dBm) and occupied bandwidth.
Power vs. Time screen displays the burst
power and preamble power of the signal.
Power vs. Time
The Power vs. Time screen shows the time domain view of a Mobile WiMAX
OFDMA signal in either 5 ms or 10 ms frames. The different power vs. time
components of a Mobile WiMAX signal are measured and displayed as channel
power, preamble power, downlink burst power and uplink burst power in dBm.
ACPR
ACPR is the ratio of the amount of leakage power in an adjacent channel
to the total transmitted power in the main channel. With the MT8222A,
technicians can easily inspect measurements of main channel power as well
as the power levels of the two adjacent channels on each side.
The ACPR screen shows the power levels for
the main channel and two adjacent channels.
WiMAX Summary
Technicians can quickly view key measurement parameters in the various
Summary screens. The WiMAX RF summary screen displays channel power,
preamble power, DL burst power and UL burst power and occupied bandwidth.
The WiMAX demod summary screen displays RCE (Relative Constellation
Error) rms and peak, EVM (Error Vector Magnitude) rms and peak, carrier
frequency, frequency error Hz and ppm, Base Station ID and sector ID.
The WiMAX Summary is a compilation of both RF and demod
measurements together.
The WiMAX Summary screen shows all key
measured parameters of the Mobile WiMAX
signal, there are three summary screens,
Mobile WiMAX RF, Mobile WiMAX demod and
a combined RF & demod Summary screen.
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Demodulate Mobile WiMAX
Mobile WiMAX Demodulator (Option 67)
With Option 67, the MT8222A can demodulate Mobile WiMAX OFDMA
signals and displays detailed measurements for evaluating transmitter
modulation performance using Constellation, Spectral Flatness, EVM vs.
Sub carrier, and EVM vs. Symbol and it can automatically decode the DL
MAP. For faster go no-go testing, a technician can specify to only
demodulate the FCH (Frame Control Header).
The constellation screen displays the different
modulation formats of the demodulated signal
using color codes, QPSK (purple), 16QAM
(green), 64 QAM (yellow).
Spectral flatness uses the specified
802.16-2005 mask for pass fail analysis
Constellation
The Constellation view shows the constellation of the demodulated
data symbols over one frame. The data bursts can have QPSK, 16 QAM or
64 QAM modulations. Each modulation format is color coded for easy
identification. The screen also displays RCE (rms) in dB, RCE (pk) in dB,
EVM (rms) in %, EVM (pk) in %, Freq Error in Hz, Freq Error in ppm,
Base Station ID and Sector ID.
Spectral Flatness
The Spectral Flatness view displays the data measured from the preamble
before channel estimation is performed. The deviation of the spectral flatness
from the average over all the carriers is shown in dB. A mask that conforms
to the 802.16-2005 specification is displayed as green lines, the mask turns
red when the measured value crosses the mask. The absolute delta of the
power between adjacent sub carriers in dB is also displayed.
EVM vs. Sub Carrier
The EVM vs. Sub Carrier screen displays the EVM (rms) values vs.
OFDMA sub carriers. The number of sub carriers will vary depending on the
bandwidth of the signal.
The EVM vs. Sub Carrier displays the EVM of
individual subcarriers.
EVM vs. Symbol
The EVM vs. Symbol screen displays the EVM (rms) values vs. OFDMA
Symbols. The values displayed are a composite of all sub carriers.
The EVM vs. Symbol displays the EVM
values of the OFDMA symbols.
DL MAP
The MT8222A can automatically decode the DL MAP information from the
Mobile WiMAX carrier, thereby simplifying the testing of the demodulated
Mobile WiMAX signals. The DL MAP screen displays the decoded DL MAP
zone information and all relevant data associated with each individual burst
in a zone. If the instrument is set to manual demodulation the DL MAP
parameters from the XML file specified is shown.
DL MAP screen displays the DL MAP zone
information in a decision tree format.
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Make Over the Air Mobile WiMAX Measurements
Mobile WiMAX OTA (Over The Air) (Option 37)
With Option 37, the MT8222A has basic drive test capability with it’s channel monitor measurement that combines the
channel power measurement made over time with the GPS location information (requires Option 31) of the instrument, this
information can be saved to either internal or external memory for export to post processing software such as Mapinfo or
MapPoint, which can display Mobile WiMAX power levels over a geographic area.
Channel Power Monitor
The channel power monitor view captures Mobile WiMAX channel
power continuously or for a specified time, the user can also select the
time interval to capture measurements and can set the instrument to
automatically save the data, if the optional GPS receiver is turned on
the captured data will also have the longitude/latitude and time
information tagged to each measurement.
The Channel Power Monitor data can be plotted on a map.
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RF TD-SCDMA Measurements Made Simple
TD-SCDMA Analyzer offers three different measurement modes – RF Measurements, Demodulator and Over the Air
Measurements. These options help RF engineers and technicians to make accurate RF and Demodulation measurements by
connecting the MT8222A to any Node B. A physical connection is not required for the MT8222A to receive and demodulate
TD-SCDMA OTA signals. With the MT8222A, a technician no longer needs to take a Node B site off-line.
TD-SCDMA RF Measurements (Option 60)
RF measurements are used to measure the transmitted signal strength and signal shape of the selected Node B transmitter.
The RF measurement option includes Channel Spectrum, Power vs. Time and RF Summary screens.
Channel Spectrum
The Channel Spectrum screen displays the signals of a selected channel as
well as channel power (in dBm or watts), occupied bandwidth. In addition,
the left and right channel powers and occupied bandwidths are also displayed.
Power vs. Time
The Power vs. Time screen displays the power over the frame of the signal.
The display can also be configured to zoom in on a selected slot. In the
frame view, individual slot powers are displayed along with Channel Power
RRC, UpPTS Power, DwPTS Power, ON/OFF Ratio, Slot Peak to Average
Ratio and Downlink – Uplink Delta Power.
Power vs. Time screen displaying a full frame
of a TD-SCDMA signal.
Power vs. Time screen displaying a selected
slot in a Frame.
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Demodulate TD-SCDMA Signals with Ease
TD-SCDMA Demodulator (Option 61)
Demodulation measurements are used to measure the modulation performance of the transmitted signal of the selected Node B
transmitter. The Demodulator measurement option includes Code Domain Power Data screen and Demod Summary screens.
Code Domain Power (CDP) Data
The CDP Data screen displays the power of the 16 codes of a demodulated
TD-SCDMA Signal. The Code Domain Power and Code Domain Error of the
codes are displayed as a bar graph. Other measurement results include Slot
Power, Frequency Error in Hz, EVM and Peak EVM, DwPTS Power, Tau,
Noise Floor, and Peak Code Domain Error.
Code Domain Power of the Data Codes is
displayed as a bar graph along with the Code
Domain Error.
TD-SCDMA Over the Air (OTA) Measurements (Option 38)
Over the Air Code Scan displays all 32 codes
and its Ec/Io and Tau.
Over the Air Measurements provide the user with an easy way to monitor all
32 SYNC-DL codes outside a base station. The MT8222A displays the codes
in two convenient formats sorted by codes or by Tau, indicating distance
from a base station. The Code scan view displays all 32 codes in a bar graph
with their individual Ec/Io and Tau. The Code scan view also displays the
DwPTS Power and the Pilot Dominance. The Tau scan displays the code
power in the Y axis and the Tau in the X axis. In addition, a table below the
graph displays six of the strongest codes sorted by power.
Over the Air Tau Scan.
Pass/Fail Mode
The BTS Master can perform automated Pass/Fail testing for TD-SCDMA
signals. The test results are displayed in table format with clear PASS or
FAIL indications that include min/max thresholds and actual measured
results. Using Master Software Tools, custom tests can be easily created and
uploaded into the BTS Master. All critical parameters can be selected for
Pass/Fail testing.
Automated Pass/Fail testing for TD-SCDMA.
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Enhance Frequency Accuracy with Built-in GPS
GPS (Option 31)
The GPS option is used to confirm and save the exact measurement, location (longitude, latitude), date and time for each
measurement. This option also comes with a magnet mount antenna with a 5m (15 foot) cable, for convenient use on a car
roof or other surfaces.
The GPS Option 31 also enhances the frequency accuracy of the MT8222A’s
internal OCXO oscillator. Within three minutes of GPS satellite acquisition,
the built-in GPS receiver provides a frequency accuracy to better than 25 ppb
(parts per billion). After disconnection of the GPS antenna, the instrument
will remain in High-Accuracy mode for three days, preserving frequency
accuracy to better than 50 ppb.
Typical frequency accuracy of the MT8222A for 72 hours following the GPS antenna disconnect
over full specified temperature range.
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Drift in PPB
GPS location information (longitude, latitude)
is shown at the top of the screen.
0
–5
–10
–15
25
50
25
0
25
50
25
0
25
50
One hour at each individual temperature (x-axis)
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Typical frequency accuracy of the MT8222A for 24 hours following the GPS antenna disconnect
over temperature range 15° C to 35° C.
The MT8222A can easily enhance the
frequency reference oscillator accuracy to
make precise frequency error measurements.
Drift in PPB
5
0
–5
25 30 35 30 25 20 15 20 25 30 35 30 25 20 15 20 25 30 35 30 25 20 15 20 25
One hour at each individual temperature (x-axis)
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Track Down Unwanted Interference
with the MT8222A
Interference Analyzer (Option 25)
With its built-in low-noise preamplifier, the MT8222A with the interference analyzer option provides the ability to identify and
locate interfering signals down to –154 dBm, allowing technicians to better address the quality issues that affect user service.
Spectrogram
For identifying intermittent interference and tracking signal levels over time,
the Spectrogram display provides a three dimensional display of frequency,
power, and time of the spectrum. And the MT8222A can collect this data for
up to 72 hours.
Spectrogram measurements identifies
intermittent interference.
RSSI
RSSI indicator can be used to observe the signal strength of a single
frequency over time. Data can be collected for up to 72 hours.
RSSI measurement analyzes signal strength
of a signal over time.
Signal Strength Meter
The Signal Strength Meter can locate an interfering signal, by using
a directional antenna and measuring the signal strength. Power is displayed
in watts, dBm, in the graphical analog meter display and also by an audible
beep proportional to its strength. For accurate field strength measurements
by using an appropriate calibrated antenna, the MT8222A can automatically
convert power to field strength.
Using the Signal Strength Meter makes
locating an interfering signal easy.
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Track Down Unwanted Interference
with the MT8222A
Signal ID feature showing scanned results of
the whole band.
Signal ID
The Signal ID feature in the interference Analyzer can help to quickly
identify the type of the interfering signal. This measurement can be
configured to identify all signals in the selected band or just monitor one
single interfering frequency. The results displayed include the Center
Frequency, Bandwidth of the signal, the type of the signal (CDMA, GSM
and WCDMA); its closest channel number, the number of carriers, its Signal
to Noise ratio and the Channel Power of the signal. The spectrum of the
signal is colored to ease review of the scanned signals.
Signal ID feature showing scanned results of
a particular frequency.
Channel Scanner (Option 27)
Channel Scanner measures power of multiple
transmitters.
The Channel Scanner option measures the power of multiple transmitted signals,
making it very useful for measuring channel power of up to 20 channels in
AMPS, iDEN, GSM, TDMA, CDMA, W-CDMA, and HSDPA networks – all
at the same time. Users can select the frequencies or the scanned data – to be
displayed by frequencies or the channel number. View display data in easy to
read graph or table format. And in the custom setup menu each channel can be
custom built with different frequency bandwidth, or channels from different
signal standards.
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Extend Functionality with Valuable Options
Power Meter (Standard)
The internal Power Meter uses the spectrum analyzer circuitry to measure the
power (no external sensor is required). Select frequency to make channelized
power measurement over specific channels, or broadband measurements over
the entire frequency range. Power is displayed in an analog type display and,
supports both watts and dBm. RMS averaging can be set to low, medium, or
high. Upper and lower limit lines can be turned on as needed.
Power Meter measures total input power in a
selected frequency span.
Power Monitor (Option 5)
With the Anritsu 560 series detectors, technicians can accurately measure
broadband power up to 50 GHz using precision detectors designed to
minimize mismatch uncertainty. Then, users can view and analyze results in
absolute power (dBm or watts) or relative power (dBr or %). Users will also
find built-in auto averaging automatically reduces the effects of noise while
zeroing control allows optimum measurement accuracy at low power levels.
This detector has a measurement range from –40 dBm to +16 dBm.
Measure broadband power up to 50 GHz.
with the Power Monitor.
High Accuracy Power Meter (Option 19)
High Accuracy Power Meter provides true RMS
measurements from –30 dBm to +20 dBm.
Anritsu’s PSN50 sensor makes high accuracy power measurements
from 50 MHz to 6 GHz and provides true RMS measurements
from –30 dBm to +20 dBm. This enables users to make accurate
measurements for CW and digitally modulated signals such as
CDMA/EV-DO, GSM/EDGE, and W-CDMA/HSDPA.
Users will also find:
• Convenient connection via a USB A/mini-B cable
• Power displayed in both dBm and watts
• Optional upper/lower limit activation during Pass/Fail measurements
Option 19 adds support for the PSN50 Sensor, which is purchased separately.
CW Signal Generator (Option 28)
The CW signal generator provides a CW signal source to test low noise
amplifiers, repeaters, and for base stations receiver sensitivity testing.
CW Signal Generator has a high and low
power setting.
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More Valuable Options
T1/FT1 Bit Error Rate Tester (Option 51)
The BTS Master performs full T1, Fractional T1 (FT1) and sub-channel
(8 kb, 16 kb) functional tests, simplifying the task of determining if the
source of the problem is on the wireline or the wireless side. The data can be
displayed in a histogram, and the BTS Master can collect the T1 data for up
to three days. The analyzer can also measure the carrier voltage which can be
displayed in dBdsx or peak to peak voltage units. The T1 carrier frequency is
also measured and displayed in Hz.
With Option 50, let T1 tester find out if the
problem is on the wireline or the wireless side.
The user can manually select a DS0/VF channel and listen to the
channel using the BTS Master’s integrated speaker. If there is a test tone on
the channel, the BTS Master displays the signal level and frequency.
E1- 2Mb/s Bit Error Rate Tester (Option 52)
With Option 52, 2 Mb/s - E1 tester can
perform a full complement of 2 Mb/s - E1
and Trau-channels tests.
The BTS Master has an optional E1- 2Mb/s functionality that can perform a
full complement of E1- 2Mb/s and sub-channels tests. The E1- 2 Mb/s BERT
analyzer includes both a RJ48 or BNC connector. The ability to have
E1- 2 Mb/s testing in one test tool simplifies troubleshooting problems and
determining if it’s on the wireline or the wireless side. The E1- 2 Mb/s data
can be displayed in multiple formats including a histogram, and the BTS
Master can collect the E1- 2 Mb/s Histogram data for up to three days. The
analyzer can also measure the carrier voltage which can be displayed in
dBdsx or peak to peak voltage units. The E1- 2 Mb/s carrier frequency is also
measured and displayed in Hz. The user can manually select a VF channel
and listen to the channel using the BTS Master’s integrated speaker. If there
is a test tone on the channel, the BTS Master displays the signal level
and frequency.
T3/T1/FT1 Bit Error Rate Tester (Option 53)
With Option 53, T3/T1/FT1 tester can complete
T1, Fractional T1 and sub-channel tests.
The BTS Master’s optional T3 BERT analyzer has not only a full range
of T3 functional tests but also complete T1, Fractional T1 (FT1) and
sub-channel (8 kb, 16 kb) tests. This enhanced capability is key for
high traffic sites using a T3 backhaul. The BTS Master can measure the DS3
carrier exclusively or it can also choose to measure a DS1 and DS0 payload.
The collected data can be displayed in a histogram, the BTS Master can also
collect the T3, T1, FT1 data for up to three days. The analyzer can measure
the carrier voltage which can be displayed in dBdsx or peak to peak voltage
units. The T3, T1, FT1 carrier frequency is also measured and displayed in
Hz. The user can manually select a DS0/VF channel and listen to the channel
using the BTS Master’s integrated speaker. If there is a test tone on the
channel, the BTS Master displays the signal level and frequency.
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Master Software Tools Augments the Power
of the MT8222A
To further increase the power of the MT8222A, each BTS Master instrument comes with Master Software Tools –
comprehensive data management and analysis software that provides simple and easy methods to manage, archive,
analyze, print and report system performance. For the most current version of Anritsu Master Software Tools,
please visit www.us.anritsu.com.
With Master Software Tools (Windows 2000/XP/Vista compatible)
the MS8222A can:
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Master Software Tools integrated with MapPoint to
quickly display the geographic location of
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Automatically update the MT8222A with the latest firmware available
from the Anritsu web site
Create and download new Cable Loss signal standards, Pass/Fail Mode
custom lists and antenna factors to existing lists into the unit
Store an unlimited number of data traces to a PC – easing the task
of analyzing and monitoring historical performance
Coordinate cell site locations using Microsoft MapPoint and
GPS location mapping
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Modify existing languages or add two custom languages to the MT8222A
Establish a connection to a PC using USB, Ethernet LAN, or
Direct Ethernet
Export plot data as text files for use in spreadsheets or graphic files
(JPG format)
View multiple Spectrum Analyzer measurements on the same screen
using Trace Overlay
Capture live traces from the instrument and view them on the PC
Add or modify Limit Lines and Markers
Handle long file names for easy, descriptive data labeling
Obtain VSWR, Cable Loss, Phase or Smith Chart plots from
Return Loss measurement
Ordering Information
MT8222A - BTS Master
Standard
Cable and Antenna Analyzer
Frequency Range: 10 MHz to 4 GHz
Spectrum Analyzer
Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
Power Meter
Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
Optional
Interference Analyzer
Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
Channel Scanner
Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
W-CDMA/HSDPA Analyzer
Frequency Range: 824 to 894 MHz, 1710 to 2170 MHz, and 2300 to 2700 MHz
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Analyzer
Frequency Range: 380 to 400 MHz, 410 to 430 MHz, 450 to 468 MHz,
478 to 496 MHz, 698 to 746 MHz, 747 to 792 MHz, 806 to 866 MHz,
824 to 894 MHz, 890 to 960 MHz, 880 to 960 MHz, 876 to 960 MHz,
870 to 921 MHz, 1710 to 1990 MHz
Fixed WiMAX Analyzer
Frequency Range: 2.3 to 2.7 GHz, 3.3 to 3.8 GHz, 5.25 to 5.875 GHz
Mobile WiMAX Analyzer
Frequency Range: 2.3 to 2.7 GHz, 3.3 to 3.8 GHz
CDMA Analyzer
Frequency Range: 1 MHz to 2.7 GHz
EVDO Analyzer
Frequency Range: 1 MHz to 2.7 GHz
TD-SCDMA Analyzer
Frequency Range: 400 MHz to 2.7 GHz
Options
MT8222A-005
MT8222A-010
MT8222A-019
MT8222A-025
MT8222A-026
MT8222A-027
MT8222A-028
MT8222A-031
MT8222A-033
MT8222A-034
MT8222A-035
MT8222A-037
MT8222A-038
MT8222A-040
MT8222A-041
MT8222A-042
MT8222A-043
MT8222A-044
MT8222A-045
MT8222A-046
MT8222A-047
MT8222A-051
MT8222A-052
MT8222A-053
MT8222A-060
Power Monitor (requires external detector)**
Bias Tee variable voltage
High Accuracy Power Meter (PSN50 sensor not included)
Interference Analysis
6 GHz Cable and Antenna Analyzer (10 MHz to 6 GHz)
Channel Scanner
CW Signal Generator (requires CW Signal Generator kit)
GPS Receiver
(includes GPS antenna, Anritsu part number: 2000-1410)
cdmaOne and CDMA2000 1xRTT Over The Air (OTA)****
EVDO Over the Air (OTA)****
W-CDMA/HSDPA (OTA)****
Mobile WiMAX Over The Air (OTA) Measurements
TD-SCDMA Over the Air (OTA) Measurements
GSM/GPRS/EDGE RF Measurement
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Demodulation
CDMA RF Measurements
cdmaOne and CDMA2000 1xRTT Demodulator
W-CDMA/HSDPA RF Measurement
W-CDMA Demodulation
Fixed WiMAX RF Measurement
Fixed WiMAX Demodulation
T1/FT1 BERT (Bit-Error-Rate-Tester)**
E1-2 Mb/s Bit-Error-Rate-Tester (BERT)**
T3/T1/FT1 BERT (Bit-Error-Rate-Tester)**
TD-SCDMA RF Measurements
MT8222A-061
MT8222A-062
MT8222A-063
MT8222A-064
MT8222A-065
MT8222A-066
MT8222A-067
TD-SCDMA Demodulator
EVDO RF Measurements
EVDO Demodulator
DVB-T/H Digital Video Measurement
W-CDMA/HSDPA Demodulation***
Mobile WiMAX RF Measurements
Mobile WiMAX Demodulator
High Accuracy Power Meter Accessories
PSN50
High Accuracy Power Sensor,
50 MHz to 6 GHz
3-2000-1498
USB A/mini-B cable 10 ft
3-1010-122
Attenuator (Bi-directional), 20 dB, 5 watt,
DC to 12.4 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
3-1010-123
Attenuator (Bi-directional), 30 dB, 50 watt,
DC to 8.5 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
3-1010-124
Attenuator (Uni-directional), 40 dB, 100 watt,
DC to 8.5 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
Standard Accessories
10580-00156
BTS Master User’s Guide
Soft Carrying Case
65681
40-168-R
AC/DC Adapter
806-141
Automotive Cigarette Lighter/12 Volt DC Adapter
3-2000-1500
256 MB Compact Flash Memory Module
2000-1520-R
2 GB USB Memory Module
2300-498
Anritsu Master Software Tools
633-44
Rechargeable Battery, Li-Ion
3-2000-1360
USB A/mini-B cable 6 ft.
3-806-152
Cross-over Ethernet cable
1091-27
Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, N(m)-SMA(f), 50 Ω
1091-172
Adapter, DC to 1.3 GHz, N(m) - BNC(f), 50 Ω
One Year Warranty
Certificate of Calibration and Conformance
Optional Accessories
800-109
800-111
2000-1374
2000-1410
2000-1501-R
2000-1520-R
760-243-R
1N50C
790-641
42N50-20
42N50A-30
22N50
22NF50
SM/PL-1
SM/PLNF-1
OSLN50-1
OSLNF50-1
2000-767
2000-768
1091-26
1091-27
1091-80
1091-81
Detector Extender Cable, 7.6 m (25 ft.)
Detector Extender Cable, 30.5 m (100 ft.)
Dual External, Li-Ion Charger with Universal
Power Supply
Magnet Mount GPS Antenna with 3 m (15 ft) Cable
256 MB USB Memory Module
2 GB USB Memory Module
Transit Case for Anritsu MT8222A BTS Master
Limiter, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω, 10 MHz to 18 GHz
Cable Lock
Attenuator, 20 dB, 5 watt, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
Attenuator, 30 dB, 50 watt, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
Open/Short, DC to 18 GHz, N(m), 50 Ω
Open/Short, DC to 18 GHz, N(f), 50 Ω
Precision Load, DC to 6 GHz, 42 dB, N(m), 50 Ω
Precision Load, DC to 6 GHz, 42 dB, N(f), 50 Ω
Precision Open/Short/Load, DC to 6 GHz, 42 dB,
50 Ω, N(m)
Precision Open/Short/Load, DC to 6 GHz, 42 dB,
50 Ω, N(f)
Precision Open/Short/Load, DC to 4 GHz,
7/16 DIN(m), 50 Ω
Precision Open/Short/Load, DC to 4 GHz,
7/16 DIN(f), 50 Ω
N(m) to SMA(m) DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
N(m) to SMA(f) DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
N(f) to SMA(m) DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
N(f) to SMA(f) DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
*All the options are upgradeable at Service Centers except T1 option.
**Option 5 and Options 51, 52 and 53 are mutually exclusive.
***Option 65 includes Option 45.
****Requires Option 31 GPS
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Adapters
510–90
510–91
510–92
510–93
510–96
510–97
510–102
Precision Adapters
34NN50A
34NFNF50
Directional Antennas
2000-1411
2000-1412
2000-1413
2000-1414
2000-1415
2000-1416
GPS Antenna
2000-1410
Portable Antennas
2000-1030
2000-1031
2000-1032
2000-1035
2000-1200
2000-1361
2000-1473
2000-1474
2000-1475
61532
Attenuator
42N50A-30
Cables
806-16
806-116
806-117
3-806-169
806-176R
806-177R
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7/16 DIN(f) to N(m), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
7/16 DIN(f) to N(f), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
7/16 DIN(m) to N(m), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
7/16 DIN(m) to N(f), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
7/16 DIN(m) to 7/16 DIN(m), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
7/16 DIN(f) to 7/16 DIN(f), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
N(m) to N(m) 90° right angle, DC to 11 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω, N(m) to N(m)
Precision Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω, N(f) to N(f)
Portable Yagi Antenna, 10 dBd, N(f), 822 to 900 MHz
Portable Yagi Antenna, 10 dBd, N(f), 885 to 975 MHz
Portable Yagi Antenna, 10 dBd, N(f), 1.71 to 1.88 GHz
Portable Yagi Antenna, 9.3 dBd, N(f), 1.85 to 1.99 GHz
Portable Yagi Antenna, 10 dBd, N(f), 2.4 to 2.5 GHz
Portable Yagi Antenna, 10 dBd, N(f), 1.92 to 2.17 GHz
Magnet Mount GPS Antenna with 15 ft. cable
SMA(m), 1.71 to 1.88 GHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 1.85 to 1.99 MHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 2.4 to 2.5 GHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 896 to 941 MHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 806 to 869 MHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 5725 to 5825 MHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 870 to 960 MHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 2.41 to 2.5 GHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 1920 to 1980, 2.11 to 2.17 GHz, 50 Ω
Antenna Kit: 2000–1030, 2000–1031, 2000–1032,
2000-1035, 2000–1200, and 2000–1361
30 dB, 50 watt, Bi-directional, DC to 18 GHz,
N(m) to N(f)
Bantam Plug to Bantam Plug
Bantam Plug to BNC
Bantam “Y” Plug to RJ48
72-inch (1.8 m), BNC to BNC,
75 Ω RG59 type coax cable
Bantam Plug to Alligator Clips
RJ48 to RJ48
Band Pass Filters
1030-105-R
1030-106-R
1030-107-R
1030-109-R
1030-110-R
1030-111-R
1030-112-R
1030-114-R
890 to 915 MHz Band, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1710 to 1790 MHz Band, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1910 to 1990 MHz Band, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
824 to 849 MHz Band, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
880 to 915 MHz Band, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1850 to 1910 MHz Band, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
2400 to 2484 MHz Band, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
806 to 869 MHz Band, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
Test Port Cable Armored
15NN50-1.5C
1.5 meters, N(m) to N(m), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
15NNF50-1.5B
1.5 meters N(m) to N(f), 18 GHz, 50 Ω
15NN50-3.0C
3.0 meters, N(m) to N(m), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
15NN50-5.0C
5.0 meters, N(m) to N(m), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
15NNF50-1.5C
1.5 meters, N(m) to N(f), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
15NNF50-3.0C
3.0 meters, N(m) to N(f), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
15NN50-5.0C
5.0 meters, N(m) to N(m), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
15ND50-1.5C
1.5 meters, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(m), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
15NDF50-1.5C
1.5 meters, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(f), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
Power Monitor Detectors
560-7N50B
0.01 to 20 GHz
560-7S50B
0.01 to 20 GHz
560-7K50
0.01 to 40 GHz
560-7VA50
0.01 to 50 GHz
CW Signal Generator Kit
67276
CW Signal Generator Kit
(includes the 4 parts listed below)
65-54
Attenuator, 0-90 dB (1 dB and 10 dB steps),
2.5 GHz, N(f), N(f)
510-102
Adaptor, 90º, N(m), N(m)
SC7651
Power Splitter, 50 Ω, N(f), N(m), N(f)
67263
Cable, N(m), N(m)
31
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Catalog No. 11410-00386, Rev. J
Printed in United States
2008-04
Technical Data Sheet
A High Performance – Handheld
Base Station Analyzer
MT8222A
BTS Master™
Introduction
High performance handheld base station analyzer with a complete set of measurement tools, spectrum analyzer, cable and
antenna analysis, power meter, Bit Error Rate Tester for communication backhaul, supports multiple modulation formats
GSM/GPRS/EDGE, W-CDMA/HSDPA, CDMA/EVDO, WiMAX 802.16d/802.16e, TD-SCDMA and GPS.
High Performance Highlights
• Spectrum Analyzer 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
• 2 port Cable & Antenna Analyzer
10 MHz to 4 or 6 GHz
• High Accuracy Power Meter
±0.16 dB
• 4 kg (9.0 lbs)
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Bit Error Rate Tester E1, T1 & T3
Interference Analyzer
Channel scanner
GPS receiver option
2 and 2.5G modulation options GSM/
GPRS/EDGE, IS-95
• 3G Modulation options
W-CDMA/HSDPA, 1xrtt/EVDO and
TD-SCDMA
• 3.5G modulation options 802.16d and
802.16e
• 2.5 – 3 hour battery life
The Anritsu MT8222A is the most advanced ultra-portable base station analyzer on the market,
featuring unparalleled performance at a modest price.
Specifications
Cable and Antenna Analyzer
Frequency Range: 10 MHz to 4 GHz
Frequency Range (Option 26):
10 MHz to 6 GHz (All other specs remain the same)
Frequency Accuracy: 25 ppm
Frequency Resolution: 10 kHz
Data Points: Low, Medium, High (137/275/551)
Interference Immunity: On-Channel: +17 dBm
On-Frequency: 0 dBm (RF Out) +30 dBc RF in
1-Port Power: High: 0 dBm (typical)
2-Port Power:
High: 0 dBm (typical)
Low: –35 dBm (typical)
Corrected Directivity: 42 dB (10 MHz to 6 GHz)
1-Port Accuracy:
= <0.8 + 20 log (1 ±10 ) dB, typical E∆ =
Directivity – Measured Return Loss
System Dynamic Range:
80 dB, 10 MHz to 3 GHz
70 dB, >3 GHz to 5.5 GHz
65 dB, >5.5 GHz to 6 GHz
Return Loss:
Range: 0 to 60 dB
Resolution: 0.01 dB
VSWR: Range: 1 to 65
Resolution: 0.01
Cable Loss:
Range: 0 to 30 dB
Resolution: 0.01 dB
1-Port Phase: Range: –180° to +180°
Resolution: 0.01°
Smith Chart:
Resolution: 0.01
2-Port Gain:
Range: –120 to 100 dB
Resolution: 0.01 dB
2-Port Phase: Range: –180° to +180°
Resolution: 0.01°
Distance-to-Fault:
Fault Resolution (meters): (1.5 x 108 x vp)/∆F vp is
the propagation constant and ∆F is F2-F1 in Hz
Horizontal Range (meters): 0 to (data points-1) x
Fault Resolution to a maximum of 1500m (4921 ft.)
where datapoints = 137/275/551
Vertical Range (Return Loss): 0 to 60 dB
Vertical Range (VSWR): 1 to 65
–E∆/20
Spectrum Analyzer
Frequency:
Frequency: 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
Maximum Continuous Input: +30 dBm
Tuning Resolution: 1 Hz
Frequency Reference:
Aging: ±1 ppm/10 years
Accuracy: ±0.3 ppm (25 °C ±25 °C) + aging
Frequency Span: 10 Hz to 7.1 GHz plus 0 Hz (zero span)
Sweep Time:
Minimum 100 ms, 10 µs to 600 seconds (zero span)
Sweep Trigger: Free run, Single, Video, External
Resolution Bandwidth:
(–3 dB width) ±10%, 1 Hz to 3 MHz in
1–3 sequence 8 MHz demodulation bandwidth
Video Bandwidth: (–3 dB) 1 Hz to 3 MHz in 1–3 sequence
SSB Phase Noise: –100 dBc/Hz max at 10, 20 and 30 kHz offset from
carrier –102 dBc/Hz max at 100 kHz offset from carrier
Amplitude:
Measurement Range: DANL to +30 dBm
Absolute amplitude accuracy Power Levels
≥–50 dBm, ≤35 dB input attenuation,
Preamplifier Off:
100 kHz to ≤10 MHz ±1.5 dB
>10 MHz to 4 GHz ±1.25 dB
>4 GHz to 7.1 GHz ±1.75 dB
Displayed Average Noise Level
(DANL in 1 Hz RBW, 0 dB attenuation,
Reference level –50 dBm, preamp on):
Frequency
Typical
Max
10 MHz to 1 GHz
–163 dBm
–161 dBm
>1 GHz to 2.2 GHz
–160 dBm
–159 dBm
>2.2 GHz to 2.8 GHz –156 dBm
–153 dBm
>2.8 GHz to 4.0 GHz –160 dBm
–159 dBm
>4.0 GHz to 7.1 GHz –158 dBm
–154 dBm
Input-Related Spurious:
(–30 dBm input, 0 dB input attenuation,
Span <1.7 GHz)
–70 dBc typical –60 dBc max*
*Exceptions:
Input Frequency
Spur Level
1674 MHz
–38 dBc (–48 typical)
Residual Spurious:
(Preamplifier on, RF input terminated, 0 dB input
attenuation)
–100 dBm max
(Preamplifier off, RF input terminated, 0 dB input
attenuation)
–90 dBm max**, 100 kHz to <3200 MHz
–84 dBm max**, 3200 to 7100 MHz
**Exceptions:
Frequency Max Spur Level (Typical)
250, 300, and 350 MHz –85 dBm
~4010 MHz –80 dBm (–90 dBm)
~5084 MHz –70 dBm (–83 dBm)
~5894 MHz –75 dBm (–87 dBm)
~7028 MHz –80 dBm (–92 dBm)
Display Range:
1 to 15 dB/div in 1 dB steps. Ten divisions displayed
Amplitude Units Log Scale Modes:
dBm, dBV, dBmv, dBµV
Attenuator Range: 0 to 65 dB
Attenuator Resolution: 5 dB steps
W-CDMA/HSDPA
RF Measurements (Option 44)
Frequency Ranges:
Bands I - IX
RF Channel Power
(Temperature range 15º C to 35º C):
±0.7 dB typical
(±1.25 dB max)
Occupied Bandwidth Accuracy: ±100 kHz
Residual Adjacent Channel
Leakage Ratio (ACLR)
(824 to 894 MHz, 1710 to 2170):
–54 dB typical at 5 MHz offset
–59 dB typical at 10 MHz offset
Leakage Ratio (ACLR)1 (2300-2700 MHz):
–54 dB typical at 5 MHz offset
–57 dB typical at 10 MHz offset
ACLR Accuracy (Single Channel Active)
(824 to 894 MHz, 1710 to 2170):
±0.8 dB for ACLR ≥­–45 dB at 5 MHz offset
±0.8 dB for ACLR ≥–50 dB at 10 MHz offset
ACLR Accuracy (Single Channel Active)
(2300-2700 MHz):
±1.0 dB for ACLR ≥­–45 dB at 5 MHz offset
±1.0 dB for ACLR ≥–50 dB at 10 MHz offset
Frequency Error: ±10 Hz + Time Base Error,
99% confidence level:
±10 Hz + Time Base Error, 99% confidence level
1
W-CDMA Demodulation
and W-CDMA/HSDPA
Demodulator (Options 45 and 65)
EVM Accuracy (824 to 894 MHz, 1710 to 2170 MHz):
(3GPP Test Model 4) ±2.5%; 6% ≤EVM ≤25%
(3GPP Test Model 5) ±2.5%; 6% ≤EVM ≤20%
(2300 MHz to 2700 MHz)
EVM Accuracy: ±2.5% for 6% ≤EVM ≤20%
Residual EVM: 2.5% typical
Code Domain Power:
±0.5 dB for code channel power >–25 dB
16, 32, 64 DCPH (test model 1)
16, 32 DCPH (test model 2, 3)
CPICH (dBm) Accuracy: ±0.8 dB typical
Scrambling Code: 3 seconds
W-CDMA/HSDPA OTA (Option 35)
Resolution: 0.1 dB
Power Meters:
Frequency Range: 10 MHz to 7.1 GHz
Display Range: –80 dBm to +80 dBm
Measurement Range: –60 dBm to +30 dBm
Offset Range: 0 to +60 dB
Accuracy:
–40 dBm <Max ≤+15 dBm:
10 MHz –4 GHz: ±1.25 dB
4 GHz –7.1 GHz: ±1.75 dB
Max> +15 dBm:
10 MHz –6.5 GHz: ±1.75 dB
6.5 GHz –7 GHz: ±2 dB
Max ≤–40 dBm:
10 MHz –4 GHz: ±1.5 dB
4 GHz –7.1 GHz: ±1.75 dB
VSWR: 1.5:1 typical
Maximum Power:
+30 dBm (1W) without external attenuator
Power Monitor (Option 5)
(requires external sensor)
Display Range: –80 to +80 dBm (10 pW to 100 kW)
Measurement Range: –40 to +20 dBm (10 nW to 40 mW)
Offset Range: 0 to +60 dB
Resolution: 0.1 dB or 0.1W
Accuracy:
±1 dB for >–40 dBm using 560-7N50 detector
Bias Tee (Option 10)
Voltage/Current:
+12 V, 250, or 500 mA steady state
+15 V, 250, or 500 mA steady state
+18 V, 350 mA steady state
+21 V, 250 mA steady state
+24 V, 250 mA steady state
Depends on reference level, input signal level and
single channel conditions
1
2
Interference Analyzer (Option 25)
Strength of the Interferer: Locate the Interferer
RSSI: Collect data up to 72 hours
Spectrogram: Collect data up to 72 hours
Signal ID:
Monitors one particular frequency or scan the span
and identify up to 12 signals. Identifies CDMA,
GSM and WCDMA signals with Signal-to-noise ratio
greater than 10 dB.
Channel Scanner (Option 27)
Frequency Range: 100 KHz to 7.1 GHz
Frequency Accuracy:
±10 Hz + Time base error, 99% Confidence level
Measurement Range: +20 dBm to –110 dBm
Channel Power:
100 kHz to ≤10 MHz ±1.5 dB
>10 MHz to 4 GHz ±1.25 dB
>4 GHz to 7.1 GHz ±1.75 dB
Adjacent Channel Power Accuracy: ±0.75 dB
GPS (Option 31)
GPS Location Indicator:
Latitude, Longitude and Altitude on display
Latitude, Longitude and Altitude with trace storage
GPS High Frequency Accuracy
when GPS antenna is connected:
±25 ppb with GPS ON, 3 minutes after satellite lock
Internal High Accuracy, when
GPS antenna is not connected:
Better than ±50 ppb for 3 days from a High Accuracy
GPS Lock and within 0º C to 50º C ambient temperature
GSM/GPRS/EDGE
RF Measurements (Option 40)
Occupied Bandwidth:
Bandwidth within which 99% of the power
transmitted on a single channel lies
Burst Power:
±1 dB typical for –50 dBm to +20 dBm (±1.5 dB max)
Frequency Error:
±10 Hz + time base error, 99% confidence level
GSM/GPRS/EDGE
Demodulator (Option 41)
GSMK Modulation Quality
(RMS Phase) Measurement Accuracy: ±1 deg
Residual Error (GSMK): 1 deg
8PSK Modulation Quality
(EVM) Measurement Accuracy: ±1.5%
Residual Error (8PSK): 2.5%
CDMA – RF Measurements (Option
42) and EVDO RF Measurements
(Option 62)
Channel Power Accuracy:
±1 dB typical for RF Input from +20 dBm
to –50 dBm (±1.5 dB maximum)
cdmaOne and CDMA2000 1xRTT
Demodulator (Option 43)
Residual Rho:
>0.995 typical for RF Input from +20 dBm to –50 dBm
(>0.99 dB maximum)
Rho Accuracy: ±0.005 for Rho >0.9
Frequency Error:
±10 Hz + Time base error, 99% confidence level
(in slow mode)
PN Offset: with 1 x 64 chips
Pilot Power Accuracy:
±1 dB typical, relative to Channel Power
Tau: ±0.5 µs typical (±1 µs maximum)
EVDO Demodulator (Option 63)
Demodulator Measurements are
EVDO Rev A compatible.
Residual Rho:
>0.995 typical for RF Input from +20 dBm to –50 dBm
(>0.99 dB maximum)
Rho Accuracy: ±0.01 for Rho >0.9
Frequency Error:
±20 Hz + Time base error, 99% confidence level
PN Offset: within 1 x 64 chips
Pilot Power Accuracy:
±1 dB typical relative to Channel Power
Tau: ±0.5 µs typical (±1 µs maximum)
cdmaOne and CDMA2000 1xRTT
Over The Air (Option 33) and
EVDO Over The Air (Option 34)
Over The Air Measurement:
Nine strongest pilots with Tau and Ec/Io.
Six multipaths relative to strongest pilot.
Fixed WiMAX RF Measurements
(Option 46)
Channel Power Accuracy1:
±1 dB Typical for +20 dBm to –50 dBm
(±1.5 dB max)
Fixed WiMAX Demodulator
(Option 47)
Residual EVM (rms):
3% for +20 dBm to –50 dBm (3.5% max.)
Frequency Error:
±0.1 ppm + time base error, 99% confidence level
Mobile WiMAX Specifications
Bandwidths:
3.5 MHz, 5 MHz, 7 MHz 8.75 MHz, 10 MHz
Frame Length: 5 ms, 10 ms
Zone Types: PUSC
DL-MAP Support:
Regular and Compressed Map, DIUC support
DL-MAP Auto Decoding: Convolutional Coding (CC),
Convolution Turbo Coding (CTC)
Mobile WiMAX Over the Air (OTA)
Measurements (Option 37)
Time Interval: 1 sec – 60 sec
Measurement Duration: 72 hours max
Auto Save: Yes
GPS Logging: Yes
Mobile WiMAX RF Measurements
(Option 66)
Channel Power Accuracy:
±1 dB Typical (±1.5 dB max)
for +20 dBm to –50 dBm
Mobile WiMAX Demodulator
(Option 67)
For +20 dBm to –50 dBm, Residual EVM (rms):
2.5% typical (3% max), at –50 dBm on FCH
Frequency Error:
±0.02 ppm + time base error, 99% confidence level
TD-SCDMA RF Measurements
(Option 60)
Channel Power (RRC): ±1 dB typical, 1.5 dB max
(slot power from +10 dBm to -40 dBm)
TD-SCDMA Demodulator
(Option 61)
Residual EVM (rms):
3% typical (for P-CCPCH slot, slot power >–50 dBm)
Freq Error Accuracy:
±10 Hz typical + time base error (in the presence of
a downlink slot)
Timing Error (Tau) for dominant SYNC-DL code:
±0.2 Ìs (external trigger)
Supported Modulation: QPSK
Spreading Factor: 1, 16
TD-SCDMA Over the Air (OTA)
Measurements (Option 38)
32 codes displaying Ec/Io, Tau
Frequency Error:
±0.02 ppm + time base error, 99% confidence level
T1 Bit-Error-Rate-Tester (BERT),
(Option 51)
T1 Analyzer, Fractional T1 and sub-channels
BER testing at 1.544 MB, 64, 16 and 8 kB rates
Line Coding: AMI, B8ZS
Framing Modes:
D4 (Superframe), ESF (Extended Superframe)
Connection Configurations:
Terminate: 100 Ω
Bridge: ≥1000 Ω
Monitor: Connect via 20 dB pad in DSX
Receiver Sensitivity:
Terminate: +6 dB to –36 dB
Bridge: +6 dB to –36 dB
Monitor: 20 dB flat gain
Transmit Level: 0 dB, –7.5 dB, and –15 dB Clock
Sources: External Bits Clock
Internal: 1.544 MHz ±5 ppm
Pulse Shapes: Conform to ANSI T1.403 and ITU G.703
Pattern Generation and Detection:
PRBS: 2-9, 2-11, 2-15, 2-20, 2-23
Inverted and non-inverted
QRSS, 1-in-8 (1-in-7), 2-in-8, 3-in-24,
All ones, All zeros, T1-Daly, User defined (≤32 bits)
Circuit Status Reports:
Carrier present, Frame ID and Sync.,
Pattern ID and Sync.
Alarm Detection: AIS (Blue Alarm), RAI (Yellow
Alarm)
Error Detection: Frame Bits, Bit, BER, BPV, CRC
Error Sec Error Insertion:
Bit, BPV, Framing Bits, RAI, AIS
Loopback Modes: Self loop, CSU, NIU, User defined,
In-band or Data Link
Level Measurements:
Vp-p (±5%), can also display in dBdsx
Data Log: Continuous, up to 72 hrs
T1 Frequency Measurement: ±5 ppm
DS0 Channel Access: Tone Generator
Frequency: 100 Hz to 3000 Hz
Level: –30 to 0 dBm, with 1 dB steps
VF Measurement:
Frequency: 100 Hz to 3000 Hz, ±3 Hz
Level: –40.0 to +3.0 dBm, ±0.2 dBm
Audio Monitor: Manually select channel 1 to 24
ITU G-821 Analysis:
Error seconds (ES), error free seconds (EFS), severely
errored seconds (SES), unavailable ­seconds (UAS),
available seconds (AS), degrade minutes (DGRM)
1
3
Channel power accuracy will vary with amount of data burst traffic
E1 - 2 MB/s Bit-Error-Rate-Tester
(BERT), (Option 52)
T3/T1/FT1 Bit-Error-Rate-Tester
(BERT), (Option 53)
E1 - 2 MB/s Analyzer, sub-channnels
T3 Analyzer
BER testing:
BER testing at 2.048 MB, 64, 16 and 8 kB rates
Line Coding: AMI, HDB3
Framing Modes:
PCM30, PCM30CRC-4, PCM31, PCM31CRC-4
Connection Configurations:
Terminate: 75 Ω BNC unbalanced,
120 Ω RJ48C balanced
Bridge: >1000 Ω
Monitor: Connect via 20 dB pad in DSX
Receiver Sensitivity:
Terminate: +6 dB to –43 dB
Bridge: +6 dB to –43 dB
Monitor: 20 dB flat gain
Clock Sources:
External Sets clock,
Internal: 2.048 MHz ± 5 ppm
Pulse Shapes: Conform to ITU G.703
Pattern Generation and Detection:
PRBS: 2-9, 2-11, 2-15, 2-20, 2-23
Inverted and non-inverted
QRSS, 1-in-8 (1-in-7), 2-in-8, 3-in-24,
All ones, All zeros, User defined (≤32 bits)
Circuit Status Reports:
Carrier present, Frame ID and Sync.,
Pattern ID and Sync.
Alarm Detection: AIS, RAI, MFAS RAI (PCM-30)
Error Detection:
Frame Bits, BER (FAS), Bit, CRC-4, E-Bits, BPV
Error Analysis: Error rates, Error Counts
ITU G-821 Analysis:
Errored seconds, error free seconds, severely
errored seconds,unavailable seconds, available
seconds, degraded minutes
Error Insertion: E-bit, Framing Bits (FAS), RAI, AIS
Loopback Modes: Self loopback
Level Measurements: Vp-p (±5%)
Data Log: Continuous, up to 72 hrs
E1 - 2 MB/s Frequency Measurement: ±5 ppm
VF Tone Generator:
Frequency: 100 Hz to 3000 Hz
Level: –30 to 0 dBm with 1 dB steps
Audio Monitor: manually select channel 1-31
VF Measurement:
Frequency: 100 Hz to 3000 Hz ±3 Hz
Level: –40.0 to +3.0 dBm ±0.2 dBm
Line Coding: B3ZS, AMI
Framing Modes: Unframed, M13, C-bit
Connection Configurations:
Terminate (75 Ω) BNC unbalanced
Monitor (Connect via 20 dB pad in DSX)
Receiver Sensitivity: +6 dB to –24 dB
Transmit Level:
DSX, Low, Pulse shape: conforms to ITU G.703
Clock Sources:
External, Internal: 44.736 MHz ±5 ppm
Pulse Shapes: Conform to ANSI T1.102 & ITU G.703
Pattern Generation and Detection:
PRBS: 2-9, 2-11, 2-15, 2-20, 2-23
Inverted and non-inverted,
User defined (≤32 bits)
Circuit Status Reports:
Carrier present, Frame ID and Sync.,
Pattern ID and Sync.
Alarm Detection: AIS (Blue Alarm), RAI (Yellow
Alarm)
Error Detection:
Frame Bits, Bit, BER, BPV, FEBE,
C-bit, P-bit, Error Sec
Error Insertion: Bit, Framing Bits
Loopback Modes:
Stuff Bit (M13 & C-bit): 1 of DS1
FEAC (C-bit): DS3, 1 of DS1 all DS1
Level Measurements:
Vp-p (±5%), can also display in dBdsx
Data Log: Continuous, up to 72 hrs
T3 Frequency Measurement: ±5 ppm
ITU G-821 Analysis:
Errored seconds, error free seconds, severely
errored seconds, unavailable seconds, available
seconds, degraded minutes 32 bits)
T1 Analyzer, Fractional T1 and subchannels
BER Testing:
BER testing at 1.544 MB, 64, 16 and 8 kB rates
Line Coding: AMI, B8ZS
Framing Modes:
D4 (Superframe), ESF (Extended Superframe)
Connection Configurations:
Terminate: 100 Ω balanced, Bantam
Bridge: ≤1000 Ω
Monitor: Connect via 20 dB pad in DSX
4
Receiver Sensitivity: Terminate: +6 dB to –36 dB
Bridge: +6 dB to –36 dB
Monitor: 20 dB flat gain
Transmit Level: 0 dB, –7.5 dB, and –15 dB
Clock Sources:
External Bits clock,
Internal: 1.544 MHz ±5 ppm
Pulse Shapes: Conform to ANSI T1.403 & ITU G.703
Pattern Generation and Detection:
PRBS: 2-9, 2-11, 2-15, 2-20, 2-23 Inverted and
non-inverted, QRSS, 1-in-8 (1-in-7), 2-in-8, 3-in-24,
All ones, All zeros, T1-Daly, User defined (≤32 bits)
Circuit Status Reports:
Carrier present, Frame ID and Sync.,
Pattern ID and Sync.
Alarm Detection: AIS (Blue Alarm), RAI (Yellow
Alarm)
Error Detection:
Frame Bits, Bit, BER, BPV, CRC, Error Sec
Error Insertion: Bit, BPV, Framing Bits, RAI, AIS
Loopback Modes:
Self loop, CSU, NIU, User defined,
In-band or Data Link
Level Measurements:
Vp-p (±5%), can also display in dBdsx
Data Log: Continuous, up to 72 hrs
T1 Frequency Measurement: ±5 ppm
DS0 Channel Access:
Tone Generator Frequency: 100 Hz to 3000 Hz
Level: –30 to 0 dBm, with 1 dB steps
VF Measurement:
Frequency: 100 Hz to 3000 Hz, ±3 Hz
Level: –40.0 to +3.0 dBm, ±0.2 dBm
Audio Monitor:
Manually select channel 1 to 24
ITU G-821 Analysis:
Errored seconds, error free seconds, severely
errored seconds, unavailable seconds, available
­seconds, degraded minutes
High Accuracy Power Meter
Specifications using PSN50
(Option 19)
High Accuracy Power Meter
Specifications using MA24106A
(Option 19)
Sensor
Sensor
Measurement Range: –30 to +20 dBm
Frequency Range: 50 MHz to 6 GHz
Input Connector: Type N, male, 50 Ω
Max Input Without Damage: +33 dBm, ±25 VDC
Input Return Loss:
50 MHz to 2 GHz: ≥26 dB
2 GHz to 6 GHz: ≥20 dB
Measurement Range: –40 to +23 dBm
Frequency Range: 50 MHz to 6 GHz
Input Connector: Type N, male, 50 Ω
Max Input Without Damage: +33 dBm, ±25 VDC
Input Return Loss:
50 MHz to 2 GHz: >26 dB
2 GHz to 6 GHz: >20 dB
Accuracy
Accuracy
Total RSS Measurement Uncertainty (0 to 50º C):
±0.16 dB*
Noise: 20 nW max
Zero Set: 20 nW
Zero Drift: 10nW max**
Sensor Linearity: ±0.13 dB max
Instrumentation Accuracy: 0.00 dB
Sensor Cal Factor Uncertainty: ±0.06 dB
Temperature Compensation: ±0.06 dB max
Continuous Digital Modulation Uncertainty:
+0.06 dB (+17 to +20 dBm)
Total RSS Measurement Uncertainty (0 to 50º C):
±0.16 dB*
Noise: 2.5 nW max
Zero Set: 10 nW
Zero Drift: 3 nW max**
Sensor Linearity: ±0.18 dB max
Instrumentation Accuracy: 0.00 dB
Sensor Cal Factor Uncertainty: ±0.06 dB
Temperature Compensation: ±0.06 dB max
Continuous Digital Modulation Uncertainty:
±0.02 dB (< +18 dBm)
±0.10 dB (>= +18 dB)
PSN50 High Accuracy
Power Sensor
* Excludes mismatch errors.
Excludes noise, zero set, zero drift for levels <–20 dBm.
Excludes digital modulation uncertainty between +17 and +20 dBm.
**After 30 min warm-up
5
System
Measurement Resolution: 0.01 dB
Offset Range: ±60 dB
Interfaces: USB A/mini-B 2.0
General Specifications
Maximum Continuous Input into
Spectrum Analyzer:
10 dB attenuation, +30 dBm, ±50 VDC
RF Input VSWR:
2.0:1 maximum, 1.5:1 typical (≥10 dB attenuation)
­Internal Time Base Accuracy: ±0.3 ppm
Interfaces:
Type N female RF Connector
Type N female RF Out Port and RF In Port (50 Ω)
BNC female connectors for external reference
and external trigger
Reverse BNC connector for GPS antenna
E1-2Mb/s (Receive and Transmit):
RJ48 (75 Ω) connector and BNC(f) (120 Ω)
T1 (Receive and Transmit): Bantam Jack (100 Ω)
T1, T3 (Receive and Transmit):
Bantam Jack (100 Ω) and BNC (75 Ω)
RF Detector: Type N(m) 50 Ω
RJ45 connector for Ethernet 10/100-Base T
2.5 mm 3-wire cellular headset connector
5-pin Mini-B USB 2.0 device connector
USB 2.0 Host connector used with PSN50
and USB Flash Drives
Maximum Input (Damage Level)
into Cable and Antenna AnalyzerTest Port:
Type N: +23 dBm, ±50 VDC
Environmental:
MIL-PRF-28800F Class 2
Operating: –10º C to 55º C, humidity 85%
Storage: –51º C to 71º C
Altitude: 4600 meters, operating and non-operating
Safety:
Conforms to EN 61010-1 for Class 1
portable equipment
Electromagnetic Compatibility:
Meets European Community requirements for
CE marking
Size: 315 x 211 x 94 mm (12.4 x 8.3 x 3.7 in.)
Weight: 4 kg (9 lbs.)
Ordering Information
MT8222A-064DVB-T/H Digital Video Measurement
MT8222A-065
W-CDMA/HSDPA Demodulation***
MT8222A-066
Mobile WiMAX RF Measurements
MT8222A-067
Mobile WiMAX Demodulator
Model
MT8222A - BTS Master
100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
High Accuracy Power Meter Accessories
Standard
PSN50High Accuracy Power Sensor,
50 MHz to 6 GHz
MA24106A High Accuracy Power Sensor, 50 MHz to 6 GHz
3-2000-1498
USB A/mini-B cable 10 ft
3-1010-122Attenuator (Bi-directional), 20 dB, 5 watt,
DC to 12.4 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
3-1010-123Attenuator (Bi-directional), 30 dB, 50 watt,
DC to 8.5 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
3-1010-124Attenuator (Uni-directional), 40 dB, 100 watt,
DC to 8.5 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
Cable and Antenna Analyzer
Frequency Range: 10 MHz to 4 GHz
Spectrum Analyzer
Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
Power Meter
Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
Optional
Interference Analyzer
Standard Accessories
Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
10580-00156
BTS Master User’s Guide
65681
Soft Carrying Case
40-168-R
AC/DC Adapter
806-141
Automotive Cigarette Lighter/12 Volt DC Adapter
3-2000-1567
512 MB Compact Flash Memory Module
2000-1520-R
2 GB USB Memory Module
2300-498
Anritsu Master Software Tools
633-44
Rechargeable Battery, Li-Ion
3-2000-1360
USB A/mini-B cable 6 ft.
3-806-152Cross-over Ethernet cable
1091-27 Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, N(m)-SMA(f), 50 Ω
1091-172
Adapter, DC to 1.3 GHz, N(m) - BNC(f), 50 Ω
One Year Warranty
Certificate of Calibration and Conformance
Channel Scanner
Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 7.1 GHz
W-CDMA/HSDPA Analyzer
Frequency Range: 824 to 894 MHz, 1710 to 2170 MHz, and 2300 to 2700 MHz
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Analyzer
Frequency Range: 380 to 400 MHz, 410 to 430 MHz, 450 to 468 MHz,
478 to 496 MHz, 698 to 746 MHz, 747 to 792 MHz, 806 to 866 MHz,
824 to 894 MHz, 890 to 960 MHz, 880 to 960 MHz, 876 to 960 MHz,
870 to 921 MHz, 1710 to 1990 MHz
Fixed WiMAX Analyzer
Frequency Range: 2.3 to 2.7 GHz, 3.3 to 3.8 GHz, 5.25 to 5.875 GHz
Mobile WiMAX Analyzer
Optional Accessories
Frequency Range: 2.3 to 2.7 GHz, 3.3 to 3.8 GHz
800-109
800-111
CDMA Analyzer
Frequency Range: 1 MHz to 2.7 GHz
2000-1374Dual External, Li-Ion Charger with Universal
Power Supply
2000-1410
Magnet Mount GPS Antenna with 3 m (15 ft) Cable
2000-1501-R256 MB USB Memory Module
2000-1520-R
2 GB USB Memory Module
760-243-R
Transit Case for Anritsu MT8222A BTS Master
1N50C
Limiter, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω, 10 MHz to 18 GHz
790-641
Cable Lock
EVDO Analyzer
Frequency Range: 1 MHz to 2.7 GHz
TD-SCDMA Analyzer
Frequency Range: 400 MHz to 2.7 GHz
Options
MT8222A-005Power Monitor (requires external detector)**
MT8222A-010
Bias Tee variable voltage
MT8222A-10A
High Voltage Bias Tee
MT8222A-019High Accuracy Power Meter (PSN50 sensor not included)
MT8222A-025
Interference Analysis
MT8222A-0266 GHz Cable and Antenna Analyzer
(10 MHz to 6 GHz)
MT8222A-027
Channel Scanner
MT8222A-028CW Signal Generator
(requires CW Signal Generator kit)
MT8222A-031GPS Receiver
(includes GPS antenna, Anritsu part number: 2000-1410)
MT8222A-033
cdmaOne and CDMA2000 1xRTT Over The Air (OTA)****
MT8222A-034
EVDO Over the Air (OTA)****
MT8222A-035
W-CDMA/HSDPA (OTA)****
MT8222A-037
Mobile WiMAX Over The Air (OTA) Measurements
MT8222A-038
TD-SCDMA Over The Air(OTA) Measurements
MT8222A-040
GSM/GPRS/EDGE RF Measurement
MT8222A-041
GSM/GPRS/EDGE Demodulation
MT8222A-042
CDMA RF Measurements
MT8222A-043
cdmaOne and CDMA2000 1xRTT Demodulator
MT8222A-044
W-CDMA/HSDPA RF Measurement
MT8222A-045
W-CDMA Demodulation
MT8222A-046
Fixed WiMAX RF Measurement
MT8222A-047
Fixed WiMAX Demodulation
MT8222A-051
T1/FT1 BERT (Bit-Error-Rate-Tester)**
MT8222A-052
E1-2 Mb/s Bit-Error-Rate-Tester (BERT)**
MT8222A-053
T3/T1/FT1 BERT (Bit-Error-Rate-Tester)**
MT8222A-060
TD-SCDMA RF Measurement
MT8222A-061 TD-SCDMA Demodulation
MT8222A-062
EVDO RF Measurements
MT8222A-063
EVDO Demodulator
Detector Extender Cable, 7.6 m (25 ft.)
Detector Extender Cable, 30.5 m (100 ft.)
42N50-20 Attenuator, 20 dB, 5 watt, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
42N50A-30 Attenuator, 30 dB, 50 watt, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
22N50 Open/Short, DC to 18 GHz, N(m), 50 Ω
22NF50 Open/Short, DC to 18 GHz, N(f), 50 Ω
SM/PL-1 Precision Load, DC to 6 GHz, 42 dB, N(m), 50 Ω
SM/PLNF-1Precision Load, DC to 6 GHz, 42 dB, N(f), 50 Ω
OSLN50-1 Precision Open/Short/Load, DC to 6 GHz, 42 dB,
50 Ω, N(m)
OSLNF50-1Precision Open/Short/Load, DC to 6 GHz, 42 dB,
50 Ω, N(f)
2000-767Precision Open/Short/Load, DC to 4 GHz,
7/16 DIN(m), 50 Ω
2000-768Precision Open/Short/Load, DC to 4 GHz,
7/16 DIN(f), 50 Ω
1091-26
1091-27
1091-80
1091-81
N(m) to SMA(m) DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
N(m) to SMA(f) DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
N(f) to SMA(m) DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
N(f) to SMA(f) DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
*All the options are upgradeable at Service Centers except T1 option.
**Option 5 and Options 51, 52 and 53 are mutually exclusive.
***Option 65 includes Option 45.
****Requires Option 31 GPS
6
Adapters
Band Pass Filters
510–90
7/16 DIN(f) to N(m), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510–91
7/16 DIN(f) to N(f), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510–92
7/16 DIN(m) to N(m), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510–93
7/16 DIN(m) to N(f), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510–967/16 DIN(m) to 7/16 DIN(m), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510–977/16 DIN(f) to 7/16 DIN(f), DC to 7.5 GHz, 50 Ω
510–102N(m) to N(m) 90° right angle, DC to 11 GHz, 50 Ω
1030-105-R
1030-106-R
1030-107-R
1030-109-R
1030-110-R
1030-111-R
1030-112-R
1030-114-R
Precision Adapters
890 to 915 MHz Band, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1710 to 1790 MHz Band, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
1910 to 1990 MHz Band, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
824 to 849 MHz Band, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
880 to 915 MHz Band, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1850 to 1910 MHz Band, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
2400 to 2484 MHz Band, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
806 to 869 MHz Band, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
Test Port Cable Armored
34NN50A Precision Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω, N(m) to N(m)
34NFNF50 Precision Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω, N(f) to N(f)
2000-1411 Portable Yagi Antenna, 10 dBd, N(f), 822 to 900 MHz
2000-1412 Portable Yagi Antenna, 10 dBd, N(f), 885 to 975 MHz
2000-1413 Portable Yagi Antenna, 10 dBd, N(f), 1.71 to 1.88 GHz
2000-1414 Portable Yagi Antenna, 9.3 dBd, N(f), 1.85 to 1.99 GHz
2000-1415 Portable Yagi Antenna, 10 dBd, N(f), 2.4 to 2.5 GHz
2000-1416 Portable Yagi Antenna, 10 dBd, N(f), 1.92 to 2.17 GHz
15NN50-1.5C
15NNF50-1.5B 15NN50-3.0C 15NN50-5.0C 15NNF50-1.5C 15NNF50-3.0C 15NN50-5.0C 15ND50-1.5C 15NDF50-1.5C GPS Antenna
Power Monitor Detectors
Directional Antennas
2000-1410
Magnet Mount GPS Antenna with 15 ft. cable
560-7N50B
560-7S50B
560-7K50
560-7VA50
Portable Antennas
2000-1030
2000-1031
2000-1032
2000-1035
2000-1200
2000-1361
2000-1473
2000-1474
2000-1475
SMA(m), 1.71 to 1.88 GHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 1.85 to 1.99 MHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 2.4 to 2.5 GHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 896 to 941 MHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 806 to 869 MHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 5725 to 5825 MHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 870 to 960 MHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 2.41 to 2.5 GHz, 50 Ω
SMA(m), 1920 to 1980, 2.11 to 2.17 GHz, 50 Ω
1.5 meters, N(m) to N(m), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
1.5 meters N(m) to N(f), 18 GHz, 50 Ω
3.0 meters, N(m) to N(m), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
5.0 meters, N(m) to N(m), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
1.5 meters, N(m) to N(f), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
3.0 meters, N(m) to N(f), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
5.0 meters, N(m) to N(m), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
1.5 meters, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(m), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
1.5 meters, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(f), 6 GHz, 50 Ω
0.01 to 20 GHz
0.01 to 20 GHz
0.01 to 40 GHz
0.01 to 50 GHz
CW Signal Generator Kit
67276CW Signal Generator Kit
(includes the 4 parts listed below)
65-54Attenuator, 0-90 dB (1 dB and 10 dB steps),
2.5 GHz, N(f), N(f)
510-102
Adaptor, 90º, N(m), N(m)
SC7651
Power Splitter, 50 Ω, N(f), N(m), N(f)
67263
Cable, N(m), N(m)
61532Antenna Kit: 2000–1030, 2000–1031, 2000–1032,
2000-1035, 2000–1200, and 2000–1361
Attenuator
42N50A-30 30 dB, 50 watt, Bi-directional, DC to 18 GHz,
N(m) to N(f)
Cables
806-16
Bantam Plug to Bantam Plug
806-116
Bantam Plug to BNC
806-117
Bantam “Y” Plug to RJ48
3-806-16972-inch (1.8 m), BNC to BNC,
75 Ω RG59 type coax cable
806-176-R
Bantam Plug to Alligator Clips
806-177-R
RJ48 to RJ48
7
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Phone: +81-46-223-1111
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Anritsu S.p.A.
• Singapore
Anritsu Pte. Ltd.
Via Elio Vittorini, 129, 00144 Roma, Italy
Phone: +39-06-509-9711
Fax: +39-06-502-2425
60 Alexandra Terrace, #02-08, The Comtech (Lobby A)
Singapore 118502
Phone: +65-6282-2400
Fax: +65-6282-2533
• Sweden
Anritsu AB
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Toll Free: 1-800-ANRITSU (267-4878)
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Fax: +1-972-671-1877
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Phone: +46-8-534-707-00
Fax: +46-8-534-707-30
• Finland
Anritsu AB
• 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 Electrônica Ltda.
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
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01327-010 - Paraiso, São Paulo, Brazil
Phone: +55-11-3283-2511
Fax: +55-11-3886940
• Spain
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Oficina de Representación en España
• 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
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28108 ALCOBENDAS - Madrid, Spain
Phone: +34-914905761
Fax: +34-914905762
• U.K.
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
• Russia
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Representation Office in Russia
200 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 3LU, U.K.
Phone: +44-1582-433280
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
Nemetschek Haus, Konrad-Zuse-Platz 1
81829 München, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 89 442308-0
Fax: +49 (0) 89 442308-55
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No.26, Race Course Road, Bangalore 560 001 India
Phone: +91-80-32944707
Fax: +91-80-22356648
• 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, P.R. China
Phone: +852-2301-4980
Fax: +852-2301-3545
• P. R. China (Beijing)
Anritsu Company Ltd.
Beijing Representative Office
Room 1515, Beijing Fortune Building,
No. 5 , Dong-San-Huan Bei Road,
Chao-Yang District, Beijing 100004, P.R. China
Phone: +86-10-6590-9230
Fax: +82-10-6590-9235
• Korea
Anritsu Corporation, Ltd.
8F Hyunjuk Bldg. 832-41, Yeoksam-Dong,
Kangnam-ku, Seoul, 135-080, Korea
Phone: +82-2-553-6603
Fax: +82-2-553-6604
Tverskaya str. 16/2, bld. 1, 7th floor.
Russia, 125009, Moscow
Phone: +7-495-363-1694
Fax: +7-495-935-8962
• Australia
Anritsu Pty Ltd.
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Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Dubai Liaison Office
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Al Thuraya Building, Tower 1, Suite 701, 7th Floor
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971-4-3670352
Fax: +971-4-3688460
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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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