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ML8720C
Area Tester
W-CDMA: 2110 to 2170 MHz
GSM: 925 to 960 MHz, 1805 to 1880 MHz
For W-CDMA and GSM Base Station Area Investigation and Maintenance
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For Performing Area Tests and Maintenance of W-CDMA and GSM Base Stations
The ML8720C Area Tester is a convenient battery powered measuring instrument with an 8.4-inch color display used for
standalone measurements such as coverage area and other indoor measurements. Because of its excellent hardware
performance, it can be used to for accurate area-coverage tests even in severe measurement environments with high interference
because it can obtain radio wave carrier characteristics with high reliability.
When used in combination with the optional Two Carrier Measurement Function and GSM Measurement software, either two
W-CDMA base stations on different frequencies or a W-CDMA plus a GSM base station can be measured simultaneously. The
data collection efficiency for functions such as coverage testing is greatly improved compared to earlier products, and since the
radio wave environment can be analyzed at the same time, the ML8720C is also very useful for fault analysis.
Furthermore, installing the BCH Demodulation Software option permits confirmation of cell traffic data and base station settings,
offering support for discovering base stations with insufficient traffic capacity, and preventing configuration errors.
Simultaneous W-CDMA and GSM Measurement
Installing the optional ML8720C-03 Two Carrier Measurement
Function and the MX872004C GSM Measurement software
enables simultaneous W-CDMA and GSM measurement.
The data collection efficiency for functions such as coverage
testing is greatly improved compared to earlier products, and
since the radio wave environment can be analyzed at the
same time, the ML8720C is also very useful for fault analysis.
Indoor Measurement Support
Useful functions are provided for indoor measurement use:
fixed-point measurements for saving the data of specific
measured points, the addition of comments to measured
data, and the automatic naming of data files before saving
them.
3-hour Battery Operation
In the standard configuration, the lithium-ion battery pack
provides 3 hours of operation and a spare battery pack
solves even long-term measurement problems.
Simultaneous Measurement of Two Carrier
Frequencies and Diversity function
By using the ML8720C-03 Dual Channel Measurement
Function option, two carrier frequencies can be measured
simultaneously.
The diversity function separates W-CDMA transmission
diversity formatted signals for each transmission antenna so
that the RSCP of the CPICH can be measured.
High-speed and High-accuracy Area Analysis
RSCP, Ec/No, and SIR can be measured at 30 cm intervals
(using specified base station and single-channel measurements) while travelling at 100 km/h in a monitoring vehicle
to provide fast and accurate area analysis.
Checking Broadcast Information by BCH Demodulation
For W-CDMA measurement, BCH data can be obtained via
the MX872002B application software without using the UE.
Since the uplink interference power corresponding to the
measured CPICH value is displayed in real time, cell traffic
data can be checked. And since all SIBs (System
Information Blocks) are supported, it is possible to check
whether the base station parameters are set as designed.
High-speed Search with SCH
When SCH search is selected in unspecified base station
mode, CPICH can be searched at high speed using the
same SCH search method as a UE. As one measurement
example, 10 channels are searched for 4 sec on average
and then the measurement is started.
Standalone Operation
An external control PC is not required. Basic measurements
and data collection can be performed by using only the
ML8720C mainframe. Of course, the system can be extended
in combination with area analysis software.
Correlation with GPS Positioning Data
The measured data can be correlated with GPS positioning
data (latitude and longitude) and saved to a memory card.
In addition, the measured data and positioning information
can be downloaded in real time to an external PC via the
RS-232C interface.
Handy Type
At only 4 kg, the ML8720C is easily portable for both outside
and inside work. An 8.4-inch transparent color TFT-LCD
display has been incorporated.
Specific Distance Measurement Using Car Speed
Pulses
When a car speed pulse is used as an external trigger,
measurements can be performed at specific distances.
The measurement period can be designated by the pulse
count or distance when measuring using the external trigger.
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Example of Use
Simultaneous Measurement Image of W-CDMA, GSM
W-CDMA
Base Station
GSM
Base Station
W-CDMA
Base Station
GSM
Base Station
ANT2
ANT1
ML8720C
Indoor Measurement (Image)
The following functions of ML8720C are useful for
indoor measurement.
• Data file save per measured point.
• Save of the data of measured points only.
• Addition of comments to measured data.
5F
4F
3F
5F-A
5F-B
5F-C
5F-D
4F-A
4F-B
4F-C
4F-D
3F-A
3F-B
3F-C
3F-D
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Product Configuration
or
GSM
software
RF Input 1
MX872004C
W-CDMA
Antenna
GSM
Antenna
Z0778 or Z0779
RF Input 2
ML8720C
W-CDMA
Antenna
Option
ML8720C-03
Required option list
W-CDMA
W-CDMA
W-CDMA
W-CDMA
ML8720C
ML8720C-03
MX872004C
Z0778
Z0779
(1 carrier)
(2 carrier)
or GSM selectable
and GSM simultaneously
ML8720C
Required
Required
Required
Required
ML8720C-03
MX872004C
Z0778 or Z0779
Required
Required
Required
Required
Required
Required
Area Tester
Two Carrier Measurement Option
GSM Measurement Software
900 MHz/1800 MHz Whip Antenna
900 MHz/1800 MHz Vehicle Antenna
W-CDMA + GSM Measurements
W-CDMA x 2 Measurements
Simultaneous W-CDMA and GSM Measurements
Two Carrier Measurement Screen Display (All Channels)
When the optional ML8720C-03 Two Carrier Measurement
Function and the MX872004C GSM Measurement software
are installed, W-CDMA and GSM measurements can be
performed simultaneously with the measurement results
displayed on a single screen.
When the optional ML8720C-03 Two Carrier Measurement
Function is installed, up to 32 channels for two W-CDMA
base stations using different frequencies can be measured
separately.
Since multiple carriers of the same company can be measured simultaneously, the measurement efficiency is
improved. Moreover, carriers of other companies can be
measured simultaneously for benchmarking purposes.
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W-CDMA Measurements
Unspecified Base Stations
Channel Display
Receiving CPICH channels are searched for and RSCP,
Ec/No, and SIR are measured for a maximum of 32 channels. The search method can be either the same SCH
method used by the UE or the Primary CPICH (P-CPICH)
method, which searches up to 512 types of P-CPIC in
sequence. Moreover, by using the hybrid measurement
function for measuring the searched CPICH and preset
scrambling code CPICH, known channels can be measured
while discovering and measuring other receiving channels.
The measurement results for all receiving channels (32
max.) are displayed simultaneously as a graph and data
table. In addition, it is possible to set both the measurement interval and the type of cumulative calculation (max.,
min., median, mean) for data saved within that interval.
Delay Profile Display
This function measures the delay profile of the selected
channel to confirm the multipath delay time and relative
level.
Specified Base Station
A maximum of 32 P-CPICH and Secondary CPICH (SCPICH) channels can be specified and RSCP, Ec/No, and
SIR can be measured in the same way as unspecified base
stations.
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Finger Display
SCH Delay Profile Display
This function displays the measurement results for each
selected channel path (finger). When option 03 or 23 is
installed, the RSCP of up to 12 paths can be evaluated
simultaneously.
When each Finger data output is enabled and measured, the
RSCP for each finger of all channels can be output during
measurement. This is useful for analyzing multipath
environments and for indoor simulation based on obtained
data.
The relative delay condition between each base station is
displayed by using the P-SCH correlation value. This can be
used to check the frame timing delay between base stations
and the overlap conditions. The group number is displayed
at the top of the graph to identify the base station.
The horizontal axis can display either time or chip count.
Fixed Distance Measurement using Auto Speed Pulse
When the speed pulse from an automobile is used as an
input trigger, measurement data can be obtained at fixed
distance intervals. When the previous speed pulse generation
interval is calibrated using the external trigger calibration
function, the required distance interval for the measurement
cycle can be set directly instead of setting the pulse count.
Time/Distance Variation Display
For measuring a specified base station, any of up to 6
channels can be selected. For unspecified base stations,
the RSCP, Ec/No, or SIR time/distance variation can be
displayed for the 6 channels with the highest reception level.
The time variation is measured at 10-ms intervals and the
max., min., median, and mean values are displayed for the
results totalled over 10 ms to 500 s. The distance variation
is measured using a speed pulse (external trigger) and the
max., min., median, and mean values are displayed for the
results totaled over 1 to 500 measurement times.
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GSM Measurements
External Trigger Calibration
GSM Channel Code Search Range
Using this function, the number of pulses input from the
external trigger is counted and the pulse rate and pulse
interval are computed from the run distance.
Installing the MX872004C GSM Measurement software
enables measurement of GSM base stations.
It is possible to measure either specified or unspecified
base stations, or a combination of both specified and
unspecified stations. The channel search range for unspecified stations is set using the GSM channel code search
range.
Since up to 200 search conditions can be set, measurement of unnecessary channels such as TCH can be prevented by setting only BCH as the search range.
Measurement Cycle Distance Input
When the measurement distance and average distance are
input, the required pulse for measurement (external trigger
division ratio and measurement cycle) is calculated automatically.
Even if the drive test vehicle is changed, performing external trigger calibration allows new measurements to be performed under exactly the same conditions as previous measurements.
GSM Channel Code Editing
Channels set using GSM channel code editing can always
be measured without performing a channel search. Up to
32 channels can be set.
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Other Measurements
GSM Measurement Channel Display
Spectrum Monitor
All channels being measured are displayed as graphs and
data simultaneously (32 channels max.)
This function performs in-band spectrum analysis to check
for interference waveforms. Either 4, 10, 30, or 60 MHz can
be selected.
CW Measurement
Non-modulated signals can be measured with a resolution
bandwidth of 15 kHz.
The minimum measurement period is 10 ms. The average
and median values are output along with the measurement
time and GPS positioning data to a connected PC.
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Options
ML8720C-03 Two Carrier Measurement function
ML8720C-23 Two Carrier Measurement Retrofit
• Two Carrier Measurement function
Two carrier frequencies can be measured simultaneously
for specified base station measurements and unspecified
base station measurements.
When the MX872004C GSM Measurement software option
is installed, it is possible to perform simultaneous measurement of both W-CDMA and GSM base stations.
• Diversity function
Signals from base stations supporting W-CDMA transmit
diversity can be measured per transmit antenna for specified base station measurements. (The ML8720C-03 option
and the ML8720C mainframe should be ordered together.)
ML8720C-23 functionality is added to the ML8720C standard configuration (The mainframe is taken back for retrofitting ML8720C-23 to the ML8720C mainframe).
Application Software
MX872002B BCH Demodulation Software
(sold separately)
MX872004C GSM Measurement Software
(Sold Separately)
This software adds a BCH demodulation function for WCDMA base stations to the ML8720C.
The system information shown below can be displayed in
text format conforming to the definition described in
TS25.331 ASN.1.
Information that can be demodulated:
MIB, SB1, SB2, SIB1, SIB2, SIB3, SIB4, SIB5, SIB6,
SIB7, SIB8, SIB9, SIB10, SIB11, SIB12, SIB13,
SIB13-1, SIB13-2, SIB13-3, SIB13-4, SIB14, SIB15,
SIB15-1, SIB15-2, SIB15-3, SIB15-4, SIB15-5, SIB16,
SIB17, and SIB18.
During measurement, the above system information is
saved to a memory card as a binary file.
When the accessory BCH Demodulation Tool is installed in
a PC, saved binary-format files can be batch-converted to
text files on the PC after measurement has been completed.
The BCH Demodulation Tool is supported by both Windows
2000 and Windows XP∗2.
This option adds GSM measurement functions to the
ML8720C. It provides RSSI and C/I measurements as well
as BSIC decoding in the GSP900 (E-GSM) and DCS1800
bands.
MX872022B Data Conversion Software
(sold separately)
This software is used to convert an ML8720C measured WCDMA data file (∗.DAT) to the data format required by
MapInfo Professional∗1.
This software operates with Windows 98SE/2000/XP∗2.
∗1: This is a registered trademark of MapInfo Corporation in the USA.
∗2: This is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the
USA and elsewhere.
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MX872002B BCH Demodulation Software
Setting Demodulation Conditions
Demodulation Results Display
The demodulation conditions can be set very precisely.
When an SIB that needs to be demodulated is set to On,
only that SIB will be demodulated. However, MIB, SB1,
SB2, and SIB7 are unconditionally demodulated.
When demodulation is enabled, the demodulation results of
the uplink interference power UL (dBm) are displayed with
the measured data. The mark [V] on the right of the SIR
data indicates that demodulation was completed for the
corresponding scrambling code.
Image of BCH Demodulation
Broadcast Information
Uplink Interference Power
Up Link
Up Link
Broadcast Information
in BCH (on P-CCPCH)
(SIB1, SIB2, …, SIB18)
P-CPICH
UL Interference
in BCH (SIB Type7)
+
+
Conventional
Proposal
+
+ MX872002B
no
Need
Measurement of Broadcast information and
Uplink interference power is possible by the ML8720C single part.
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Small and Lightweight with Excellent Operability
1
2
3
4
5
6
Easy-to-move markers using rotary knob
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17
18
21
19
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
22
Select key
17
18
External reference input connector
19
IF output connector
RF input connector 1 (for connecting antenna) 20
21
External monitor (VGA) connector
22
PC card slots: Two cards can be installed.
Battery pack
External keyboard connector
Sync output connector
FD drive
Status indicator
Function keys
Menu key
Start key
Up/Down, Left/Right key
External trigger input connector
ML8720C (Build in Option 03/23)
12
AC adapter connector
Power switch
Backlight adjuster
RS-232C-1 connector
Centronics connector
RS-232C-2 connector
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Specifications
Frequency range
Input impedance
Frequency setting
resolution
Reference oscillator
Receive signals
Power measurement
Measurement items
Base station
measurement
RF input connecter 1:
925 to 960 MHz (CW, spectrum monitor and at the time of measuring GSM∗1)
1805 to 1880 MHz (CW, spectrum monitor and at the time of measuring GSM∗1)
2110 to 2170 MHz (CW, spectrum monitor and at the time of measuring W-CDMA)
RF input connecter 2: 2100 to 2200 MHz (at the time of measuring W-CDMA with ML8720C-03/23 attached.)
50 Ω (SMA type connecter)
W-CDMA measurement mode: 200 kHz
GSM measurement mode∗1: 200 kHz
Spectrum monitor: 1 kHz
CW measurement mode: 100 kHz
Aging rate: ±1 x 10–6/year
W-CDMA measurement mode: P-CPICH, S-CPICH, P-SCH, S-SCH, P-CCPCH
(At the time of BCH demodulation)
GSM measurement mode∗1: BCH
Measurement range
W-CDMA measurement mode: –117 to –33 dBm (RF input connecter 1, the end of RF input connecter 2)
GSM measurement mode∗1: –110 to –40 dBm (the end of RF connecter 1)
Spectrum monitor: –123 to –33 dBm (the end of RF connecter 1)
CW measurement mode: –117 to –33 dBm (the end of RF connecter 1)
Note: When built-in divider of option ML8720C-03/23 is used, the level of minimum reception sensitivity is raised
due to the divider’s loss (Typ. 4.0 dB).
Resolution: 0.1 dB
Display units: dBm, dBµ, dBµV/m (CW measurement mode and spectrum monitor mode)
W-CDMA measurement accuracy
CPICH_RSCP: ±1 dB (Typ.) (23˚C ±5˚C)
CPICH_SIR: ±2 dB (Typ.) (23˚C ±5˚C)
SCH_RSCP: ±2 dB (Typ.) (23˚C ±5˚C)
GSM measurement accuracy∗1
RSSI: ±1 dB (Typ.) (23˚C ±5˚C)
Spectrum monitor
Accuracy: ±1 dB (Typ.) (23˚C ±5˚C)
Noise level: –127 dBm (RBW 4 kHz)
CW measurement accuracy: ±1 dB (Typ.) (room temperature)
Dynamic characteristics: CPICH_RSCP, CPICH_SIR accuracy at 0 to 100 km/h (averaged distance: 50 m)
Specified base station, unspecified base station, spectrum monitor, CW measurement
W-CDMA measurement items
Received signal code power (RSCP), ratio of desired receive power per chip to receive power density (Ec/No),
signal interference ratio (SIR)
GSM measurement items∗1
Receiving/sending power in band with (RSSI, RBW 200 kHz), Carrier vs. interference power rate (C/I)
Measurement modes: Time variation (internal trigger), distance variation (external trigger)
Sampling interval
W-CDMA measurement: 10 ms/ch
GSM measurement∗1: 20 ms/ch (specified channel measurement only, BSIC decode OFF)
50 ms/ch (unspecified channel included measurement, BSIC decode OFF)
100 ms/ch (BSIC decode ON)
Measurement channels: 32 max.
W-CDMA measurement sync acquisition time:
600 ms x the number of search channel (CPICH mode), 4 sec on average for TOP 10 display (SCH mode)
Search method of BTS: CPICH mode, SCH mode
GSM measurement search time∗1: 3.3 ms/ch (BSIC decode OFF), 20 ms/ch (BSIC decode ON)
Data processing method: Average, median, max., min., 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90%
W-CDMA measurement display:
All channel, delay profile, each finger, fluctuation, SCH delay profile (unspecified base station measurement)
GSM measurement display: All channel (GSM only or synchronous W-CDMA and GSM), fluctuation
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Spectrum monitor
function
CW measurement
Demodulation function
Other functions
Interface
Storage media
Display
Environment conditions
Power
Dimensions and mass
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Frequency span: 4, 10, 30, 60 MHz
Resolution bandwidth: 4 kHz
Frequency setting resolution: 100 kHz, Resolution bandwidth: 15 kHz
Demodulation channel: BCH
Demodulation information:
MIB, SB1, SB2, SIB1, SIB2, SIB3, SIB4, SIB5, SIB6, SIB7, SIB8, SIB9, SIB10, SIB11, SIB12, SIB13, SIB13-1,
SIB13-2,SIB13-3, SIB13-4, SIB14, SIB15, SIB15-1, SIB15-2, SIB15-3, SIB15-4, SIB15-5, SIB16, SIB17, SIB18
When the demodulation function is enabled, MIB, SB1, SB2, and SIB7 are always demodulated, and others can
be selected for demodulation as desired. Although the uplink interference power (SIB7) is demodulated periodically, the demodulation period varies depending on the setting and environmental conditions.
Demodulation processing time: 0,5 s (P-CCPCH 2 frame)
Demodulation success rate:
>50%, 70%(Typ.) (P-CCPCH 2 frame, Ec/No ≥–14 dB, Dynamic response 0 to 100 km/h)
Master/slave function: Daisy chain connection of multiple ML8720C, parallel measurement
GPS connection: Supports NMEA-0183 format
Remote control: Via RS-232C
File I/O: Read measurement conditions, output measured results file
Diversity function: Transmit diversity, receive antenna diversity (Option 03/23)
Two carrier measurement function:
Two carrier frequencies can be measured simultaneously in the specified base station measurement and the
unspecified base station measurement (Option 03/23)
RAKE diversity: Six fingers
External trigger calibration:
Car speed pulse occurrence interval measurement and distance setting of measurement cycle are possible.
Clock error detection: An alarm can be output when abnormal drifting of the base station clock is detected.
Detection range: 4 to 8 ppm (typ.) for measurement of a specified base station
IF output: ≥10 dBµV (190 MHz), SMB connector
External reference input: 2 to 5 Vp-p (10 MHz), SMB connector
External trigger input: 1.5 Vdc ± (2 to 13 Vp-p), BNC connector
Sync output: TTL level, BNC connector
RS-232C-1: For external computer (max. 115.2 kbps), D-sub 9-pin connector
RS-232C-2: For GPS (supports NMEA-0183 format), mini-DIN 8-pin connector
Printer: 8-bit parallel I/F (conform to Centronics), D-sub 25-pin connector
Keyboard: IBM US ENGLISH (101 keys) 106 supported, Mini-DIN 6-pin connector
External monitor: VGA, mini-DIN 10-pin connector
FDD (3.5”, 2HD), ATA flash card
640 x 480 dots, 8.4” color LCD
Temperature and humidity: 0 to +40˚C/≤85% (operating), –25 to +60˚C/≤85% (storage)
Vibration: MIL-T-28800E (Class 3)
Shock: MIL-T-28800E
Drop test: MIL-T-28800E (Style C)
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A2: 2001 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 2000 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A2: 2001 (Annex A)
LVD
EN61010-1: 2001 (Pollution Degree 2)
DC: 10 to 24 V
AC (rating): 100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz (with AC adapter)
Power Battery: Z0619 Lithium Ion Battery Pack
Power consumption: 35 W max. (battery charge), Standard: 20 W, 30 W (with Option 03/23)
Battery continuous operation time: 3 h (typical), 2 h (typical with Option 03/23)
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 78 ( D) mm, ≤4.5 kg (with battery pack)
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 124 (D) mm, ≤6.5 kg (with Option 03/23 and battery pack)
∗1: Function to which only installing MX872004C is effective
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Ordering Information
Please specify the model/ order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/ Order No.
Name
Remarks
ML8720C
– Main frame –
Area tester
W2544AE
Z0619
J1069
J0979
Z0402A
Z0403A
Z0516
Z0703
J0977
J1068
J1161
J1248
– Standard accessories –
ML8720C operation manual:
Lithium ion battery pack:
AC adapter:
A-2 (Japan) power cord:
Protective cover:
Belt with hook:
Antenna:
Antenna mount:
Serial interface cable:
Serial interface cable:
BL82-5133-02:
SMA connection cable (Type L):
ML8720C-03
ML8720C-23
– Options –
Two Carrier Measurement
Two Carrier Measurement Retrofit
MX872002B
MX872004C
MX872022B
– Application software –
BCH demodulation software
GSM measurement software
Data conversion software
ML8720C-90
ML8720C-91
– Maintenance service –
Extended three years warranty service
Extended five years warranty service
P0020
P0021
P0022
P0023
J1254
Z0436
Z0435
B0442
Z0526
J0127D
J0654A
J0978
J1117
J1118
Z0697
Z0778
Z0779
Z0705
Z0780A∗3
– Application parts –
Compact flash 64 MB
Compact flash 128 MB
Compact flash 256 MB
Compact flash 512 MB
Compact flash adapter
Hand carrying case
Soft carrying case
Soft carrying case
Case for installation
BNC cable
Serial interface cable
VGA conversion cable
DC power cable
DC power cable
Battery charger
900 MHz/1800 MHz whip antenna
900 MHz/1800 MHz antenna for vehicle installation
Antenna mount
ML8720B → ML8720C modification
1 copy
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc (2 pcs)∗1
1 pc (2 pcs)∗1
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc (2 pcs)∗1
(2 pcs)∗2
With 5 m cable
For connecting GPS (cross, 2 m)
For connecting GPS (straight, 3 m)
SMA plug-SMA jack
Selected when ordering a mainframe.
Retrofitted to the already-shipped main flame.
(Main flame need to be taken back.)
Antenna for 900/ 1800 MHz is required separately.
Data conversion output for MapInfo
Requires J1254
Requires J1254
Requires J1254
Requires J1254
Conversion adapter
560 (W) x 370 (H) x 220 (D) mm
430 (W) x 300 (H) x 170 (D) mm, use with an option
440 (W) x 310 (H) x 110 (D) mm
365 (W) x 300 (H) x 185 (D) mm
For connecting external trigger
For connecting IBM-PC/AT
For connecting external monitor
For cigarette lighter, minus ground vehicle, 3 m
With arrow shaped chip, 3 m
Two Z0619 batteries can be charged simultaneously.
For direct connecting with main frame
Base, with cable
With 3.5 m cable, for Z0516 exclusive use
∗1: Antenna, Antenna mount and SMA Plug-SMA Jack are provided 2 packs when any of the option03/23 (ML8720C-03/ ML8720C-23) is equipped.
∗2: Attached only when any of the option03/23 (ML8720C-03/ ML8720C-23) is equipped.
∗3: When option01 (ML8720B-01) is equipped, required to detach.
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Battery pack (Z0619)
Soft carrying case (B0442, Z0435)
Case for installation (Z0526)
Hand carrying case (Z0436)
Battery charger (Z0697)
Antenna (Z0516)
Antenna mount (Z0703)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
ANRITSU CORPORATION
1800 Onna, Atsugi-shi, Kanagawa, 243-8555 Japan
Phone: +81-46-223-1111
Fax: +81-46-296-1264
• U.S.A.
ANRITSU COMPANY
TX OFFICE SALES AND SERVICE
1155 East Collins Blvd., Richardson, TX 75081, U.S.A.
Toll Free: 1-800-ANRITSU (267-4878)
Phone: +1- 972-644-1777
Fax: +1-972-644-3416
• Canada
ANRITSU ELECTRONICS LTD.
700 Silver Seven Road, Suite 120, Kanata,
ON K2V 1C3, Canada
Phone: +1-613-591-2003
Fax: +1-613-591-1006
• Brasil
ANRITSU ELETRÔNICA LTDA.
Praca Amadeu Amaral, 27 - 1 andar
01327-010 - Paraiso, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Phone: +55-11-3283-2511
Fax: +55-11-3886940
• U.K.
ANRITSU LTD.
200 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 3LU, U.K.
Phone: +44-1582-433280
Fax: +44-1582-731303
• Germany
ANRITSU GmbH
Nemetschek Haus Konrad-Zuse-Platz 1 81829
München, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 89 442308-0
Fax: +49 (0) 89 442308-55
Printed on 70%
Recycled Paper
• France
• Hong Kong
9, Avenue du Québec Z.A. de Courtabœuf 91951 Les
Ulis Cedex, France
Phone: +33-1-60-92-15-50
Fax: +33-1-64-46-10-65
Suite 923, 9/F., Chinachem Golden Plaza, 77 Mody
Road, Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
Phone: +852-2301-4980
Fax: +852-2301-3545
ANRITSU S.p.A.
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
Beijing Representative Office
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
ANRITSU S.A.
• Italy
Via Elio Vittorini, 129, 00144 Roma EUR, Italy
Phone: +39-06-509-9711
Fax: +39-06-502-2425
• Sweden
ANRITSU AB
Borgafjordsgatan 13 164 40 Kista, Sweden
Phone: +46-853470700
Fax: +46-853470730
• Finland
ANRITSU AB
Teknobulevardi 3-5, FI-01530 Vantaa, Finland
Phone: +358-9-4355-220
Fax: +358-9-4355-2250
• Denmark
Anritsu AB Danmark
Korskildelund 6 DK - 2670 Greve, Denmark
Phone: +45-36915035
Fax: +45-43909371
• Singapore
• P. R. China
Room 1515, Beijing Fortune Building, No. 5 North Road,
the East 3rd Ring Road, Chao-Yang District
Beijing 100004, P.R. China
Phone: +86-10-6590-9230
• Korea
ANRITSU CORPORATION
8F Hyun Juk Bldg. 832-41, Yeoksam-dong,
Kangnam-ku, Seoul, 135-080, Korea
Phone: +82-2-553-6603
Fax: +82-2-553-6604
• Australia
ANRITSU PTY LTD.
Unit 3/170 Forster Road Mt. Waverley, Victoria, 3149,
Australia
Phone: +61-3-9558-8177
Fax: +61-3-9558-8255
• Taiwan
ANRITSU COMPANY INC.
ANRITSU PTE LTD.
10, Hoe Chiang Road #07-01/02, Keppel Towers,
Singapore 089315
Phone: +65-6282-2400
Fax: +65-6282-2533
7F, No. 316, Sec. 1, NeiHu Rd., Taipei, Taiwan
Phone: +886-2-8751-1816
Fax: +886-2-8751-1817
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Catalog No. ML8720C-E-A-1-(1.00)
Printed in Japan
2005-10 ddc/CDT