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4530 SERIES RF POWER METER
PEAK POWER
FREQUENCY
RANGE:
50MHz TO 40GHz
DYNAMIC RANGE:
>60dB
BANDWIDTH:
20MHz
4530 Series
RF Power
Meter
CW POWER
FREQUENCY
RANGE:
10kHz TO 40GHz
DYNAMIC RANGE:
90dB
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The 4530 Series:Measure peak
THE 4530 SERIES RF POWER METERS: ACCURACY AND
SPEED FOR PRODUCTION TEST
Boonton’s 4530 Series RF power meters combine the accuracy of
a laboratory-grade instrument with the speed required for production
test. They employ proprietary measurement techniques that
accurately measure digitally-modulated signals, faster, than any other
RF power meters on the market. So whether you’re measuring CW
power or the peak power of W-CDMA or HDTV signals, Boonton’s
single-channel Model 4531 and dual-channel Model 4532 are the
logical choice for high-volume production test.
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MORE THAN POWER ALONE
The 4530 is more than a simple RF power meter. It measures CW
power, peak power, voltage, and performs statistical power analysis
(CDF and PDF) as well. The 4530 is compatible with all Boonton RF
power and voltage sensors too, from coaxial dual-diode types, to
thermal sensors, for measurements up to 40 GHz. Sensor set-up is
easy and accurate too, since calibration and set-up data are
automatically downloaded from the sensor, as soon as it’s plugged in.
dB
The 4530 provides seamless CW power measurement over its
broad dynamic range—without the interruptions and nonlinearities
caused by range changes required by lesser power meters. Our
thermal and peak-power sensors never need range switching, and
even our CW diode sensors—with 90 dB dynamic range—use only
two widely overlapping ranges.
FUTURE PERFECT
The 4530 measures the precise peak and
average power of today’s complex
digitally-modulated carriers...and
those of tomorrow as well.
Modulation bandwidths up to
20 MHz are within the range of
the 4530, which makes it the
best choice for measuring CDMA,
W-CDMA, CDMA2000, TDMA, GSM, GSM-EDGE, GPRS, OFDM,
HDTV, and UMTS with the flexibility to accommodate new modulation
schemes in the future. The 4530 displays periodic and pulse
waveforms in graphical format, and a host of automatic
measurements characterize the time and power profiles of the pulse.
Powerful triggering, effective sampling rates up to 50 MSamples/sec.
and programmable cursors give you instantaneous power
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ak and average power together. .
measurements at precise time delays from the pulse edge. With an
internal or external trigger you can perform time-gated or power-gated
peak and average power measurements as well. Triggering can be
synchronous or asynchronous. Display can be adjusted to pre-trigger
or post-trigger to view any portion of the waveform.
For CDMA or other spread-spectrum signals, the 4530’s powerful
statistical analysis mode allows full profiling of power probability at
all signal levels. The 4530 makes even these complex measurements
fast, thanks to sustained acquisition rates above 1 MSample/sec. and
smooth, range-free operation that allows a representative population
to be acquired and analyzed rapidly.
RELIEF FOR AMPLIFIER DESIGNERS
The random and infrequent nature of power peaks makes them
almost impossible to detect and measure with conventional power
meters. That means you’ll never know how an amplifier will perform in
the field when driven into compression by these fleeting peaks–until
it’s too late. The 4530 gives you this critical information by analyzing
the probability-of-occurrence near the point of absolute peak power,
then detecting and analyzing the data with the high accuracy
required to realistically evaluate an amplifier’s performance. And with
its extremely wide video bandwidth, the 4530 detects even the
narrowest peaks.
The 4530’s powerful dual-processor architecture enables
comprehensive measurements with unprecedented
speed and performance. It eliminates the speed
tradeoffs between data acquisition and output
via GPIB that are a fact of life with other power
meters. A high-speed, floating-point digital
signal processor (DSP) performs the
measurements, gathers and processes the
power samples from the sensors, timestamps the measurements, and provides
linearity correction, gain adjustment and
filtering—all in less than a microsecond.
The processed measurements are then passed to a dedicated,
32-bit I/O processor that sends them to the LCD display and over
RS-232 or GPIB interfaces when formatted measurements are
required. Programming is easier as well, thanks to comprehensive
use of the industry standard SCPI command syntax.
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MODULATED AVERAGE POWER,
PEAK POWER AND MORE
Using Boonton Peak Power sensors,
the 4530 Series can measure the true
average power of modulated waveforms,
while providing important information
about the instantaneous peak power
missing in other power meters using
“universal” power sensors.
The absolute peak power and
crest factor are available, plus the
held minimum and maximum average
powers for viewing long-term trends.
1 MIN
2 MIN
-11.93 dBm
dBm
.
SNSR1
Avg
SNSR2
Avg
1
2
PEAK
PEAK
17.7O
O.OO
8.828
-3.017
dBm
dBm
dBm
dBm
Run
The MODULATED mode text display, showing the true average
power for both channels, plus their tracking instantaneous
peak and minimum values.
And Boonton’s exclusive peak
tracking mode allows short term
crest factor measurements to be
made on real signals without the
need to manually reset the held peak
every time the signal level changes.
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1 MRK1 -42.64 dBm
2 MRK1 -17.22 dBm
MRK2 -28.50 dBm
8.91 dBm
MRK2
SNSR1
Run
SNSR2
The PULSE mode graph display allows the measured
waveforms to be shown in a real-time “oscilloscope” format,
which can be zoomed or panned as desired.
The 4530’s Pulse Mode provides
the solution today’s engineers need for
characterizing all types of communication signals where not only the RF
power, but the timing of that power is
important.
Pulse Mode is designed to feel
familiar to most engineers and
technicians - the instrument can be
operated in much the same way
as a digital oscilloscope. Flexible
timebase and triggering capabilities
allow you to quickly view and measure
pulse or burst waveforms.
Common pulse power and timing
measurements can be set up and
performed automatically by the
instrument, or can be defined manually
for optimum flexibility.
A flexible text display shows
the measurements for one or both
channels, and a “chart recorder”
display of average power may be
displayed graphically.
Two programmable cursors can be
used to measure instantaneous power at
two time offsets relative to the trigger, or
to define a time interval, also known as a
“time gate,” over which average and
peak power measurements may be made.
CONTINUOUS OR PULSE
MEASUREMENTS
The pulse average and peak power,
width, frequency, and edge transition
times are just a few of the many
automatic measurements performed.
In many of today’s digital modulation
formats, the data is transmitted in short
bursts, and the RF carrier is then
switched off to allow other users to
occupy the same channel (often known
as time division multiple access, or
TDMA). In these signals, there are
important restrictions not only on the
power of the burst, but also on the edge
positions within a data frame and the
slopes of those transitions.
SNSR1
Wave Time
Mrk1
Mrk2
Rep.Freq
Pls.Width
PlsPeriod
DutyCycle
RiseTime
FallTime
702.
217.
1.43
15.3
23.1
28.5
-20 ns
180 ns
kHz
ns
µs
%
ns
ns
Run
The PULSE mode text display can page through a series of
automatic measurements of commonly needed pulse
parameters.
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HIGH-SPEED STATISTICAL
MEASUREMENTS
In addition to its industry-leading
performance with pulse and burst
modulated signals, the 4530 Series offers
the only true solution for characterizing
nonperiodic signals such as CDMA and
HDTV. These wideband signals are often
noise-like, with many brief peaks that
vary in magnitude and frequency of
occurrence.
Measuring the average power of a
spread spectrum signal does little to
indicate how well an amplifier is coping
with these peaks. Even adding a crest
factor display only gives information
about the highest peak (which by
definition, only occurs once, and is of
little value in predicting error rate).
The only way to accurately
characterize these signals is to build
a very large population of power
samples in a short time, and analyze
the statistical probability of occurrence
of each power level.
SNSR1
CDF
5.6 M Samples
0:05 Totl Time
Run
The Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) plots the
probability of occurence of all power levels in a group
of power samples.
The Cumulative Distribution Function,
or CDF, displayed by the 4530 plots the
probability that the power will be at or
below a specified level. By examining
the areas close to 100% probability, it is
possible to see how often the highest
peaks occur. It is easy to see amplifier
compression under actual operating
conditions, and to predict the effect on
error rate that this may have.
The 4530’s Statistical Mode allows you
to place one or two vertical or horizontal
cursors on the plot, and read the percent
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probability for a particular power level, or
the power at a probability. And of course
the accumulated average, peak and
minimum powers for the entire population
may be displayed.
As with all measurement modes, the
graph display includes complete pan
and zoom ability, and can present the
data in CDF, CCDF or distribution
(histogram bar) formats.
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MrkrMod Marker1 Marker2
0.020 %
1 Marker1 =
SNSR1
Run
Viewing statistical data in the CCDF presentation allows
close examination of the probability of very infrequent peaks
that approach the absolute peak power.
WIDEBAND CDMA POWER
GSM AND BEYOND
The 4530’s wide bandwidth, high
speed sampling and digital signal
processing speed allows fast and
accurate characterization of current and
future CDMA2000 and WCDMA formats.
The standard GSM signal uses a
digitally modulated burst to transmit
data. Each user is allocated one of eight
“timeslots,” and must only transmit within
its assigned timeslot. In addition to
controlling power when on, an on/off
ramp profile must be carefully followed
to avoid interference with other users.
SNSR1
CDF
14.6 M Samples
0:14 Totl time
AvgPower
7.42
PeakPower 1 6 . 4 4
MinPower - 1 6 . 4 4
Peak/Avg
9.01
99.000%
16.12
99.995%
16.32
dBm
dBm
dBm
dB
dBm
dBm
Run
The 4530 Series’ Statistical Mode displays the full set of
statistical calculations for the entire population.
No other power meter offers the wide
bandwidth of the 4530 series–up to
20 MHz. And only Boonton’s innovative
sensor architecture allows measurement
of the ENTIRE dynamic range of a signal
without range switching and its
associated bandwidth limiting as the
signal level changes.
This allows modulated and peak
measurements of wide dynamic range
signals, but is doubly important for
statistical measurements, since
changing the range and bandwidth
for a portion of samples would invalidate
the statistical properties of the entire
sample population, and render the
measurements meaningless.
In addition to bandwidth, the 4530’s
high sustained sampling and processing
speed ensures that few of the narrow
peaks of wideband signals will fall
between samples, and a representative
population can be acquired in seconds.
The 4530’s pulse mode is ideal for
measuring all power and timing
parameters of current and future GSM
formats. With trigger delay and holdoff,
it is possible to synchronize on difficult
bursts, and measure power at any
instant or over any interval, whether
pre- or post-trigger.
SNSR1
Mrk1
Mrk2
AUTOMATIC TIME GATING
For measurement of single bursts
such as the GSM reverse link, the
4530’s automatic time gated pulse
measurements can be used to quickly
measure the “on” power during the
active portion of the burst while
excluding the edge transitions.
For example, the time gating may be
set to measure the burst between the
3% and 97% time points. For a GSM
burst (on time about 564µS) this means
that the leading and trailing 17µS will be
excluded, and the reading will be the
average power of the burst during the
middle 530µS.
SNSR1
Wave Power
AvgCycle
AvgPulse
PeakPower
Top Ampl
Bot Ampl
OverSht.
Mrk1
Mrk2
--.-6.75
6.86
6.77
.
0.09
22 µs
532 µs
dBm
dBm
dBm
dBm
dBm
dB
Run
As an alternative to manual cursors, the automatic time
gating feature locates the burst start and stop times from
the edge transitions, and performs the measurement over
a user-defined portion of this time interval.
22 µs
532 µs
Run
Screen cursors can be easily positioned over the active
portion of a single GSM timeslot, allowing measurement of
average power and crest factor during this interval.
Two programmable cursors allow
power measurements on the active
portions of each timeslot, while
excluding the transition intervals
between, or can be used to examine the
ramp profile during timeslot transition
intervals. Interval (or “time gated”)
measurements include average as well
as peak and minimum power, so the
4530 Series is ready for even the
wideband next-generation GSM formats.
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4530 POWER METER
Channel Math:
Sensor Inputs (Performance depends upon sensor model selected)
Channels:
Single (4531) and dual (4532) channel versions available
RF Frequency Range:
Determined by sensor, 10Hz to 40 GHz
Peak Power Measurement Range:
-40 to +20 dBm
CW Measurement Range:
-70 to +20 dBm
Relative Offset Range:
±99.99 dB
Video Bandwidth:
20 MHz
Pulse Repetition Rate:
1.8 MHz max.
Displays the sum or difference between channels or between
a channel and a reference measurement (Modulated and CW
modes only).
Trace Averaging:
1 to 4096 samples per data point.
Panel setup storage:
4 complete setups.
Measurement rate (via GPIB):
Greater than 200 two-channel measurements per second,
neglecting bus master overhead, or 500 single-channel
measurements per second.
Interface
Calibration Sources
Video Output:
Detected logarithmic RF envelope for external oscilloscope
monitor.
GPIB Interface:
Complies with IEEE-488.1. Implements AH1, SH1,T6,
Internal Calibrator
Output Frequency:
50 MHz ±0.005%
Level:
-60 to +20 dBm
Resolution:
0.1 dB steps
Source SWR (Refl. Coeff.):
1.05(0.024)
Accuracy: 0° to 20°C, (NIST traceable): +20 to –39.9 dBm
-40 to -60 dBm
RF Connector:
LE0, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C0, and E1.
±0.06 dB (1.4%)
RS-232 Interface:
Accepts GPIB commands (except bus dependent commands).
Provide for user software updates.
Remote Programming:
SCPI-like and Native Mode commands via GPIB or
RS-232 interfaces.
Software Drivers:
LABVIEW drivers available.
±0.09 dB (2.1%)
Type N
Environmental Specifications
Trigger (Pulse mode only, signal inputs.)
Modes:
Pre-trigger and post-trigger
Internal Trigger Level Range:
Equivalent to -30 to +20 dBm pulse amplitude range.
External Trigger Level Range:
±5 volts, ±50 volts with 10:1 divider probe.
General:
CE Mark:
Manufactured to the intent of MIL-T28800E, Type III,
Class 5, Style E
Conforms to European Community (EU) specifications:
External Trigger Input:
1 megohm in parallel with approximately 15pF, dc coupled.
EN 61010-1(90)(+A1/92)(+A2/95)
Connector type:
BNC
EN 61010-2-031
Trigger time resolution:
20 ns
EN 61326-1(97)
Trigger Delay Range:
±900 microseconds for timespans 5µs and faster
Trigger Holdoff Range:
Trigger Holdoff Resolution:
EN 55022(94)(A2/97)ClassB
±4 milliseconds for timespans 10µs to 50µs
Display:
±(80*timespan) for timespans 50µs to 2ms
Operating Temperature:
0 to 50°C
±(30*timespan) for timespans 5ms and slower
Ventilation:
Fan cooled.
10 microseconds to 1 second
Altitude:
Operation up to 15,000 feet.
1 microsecond
Storage Temperature:
-40 to 75°C
Humidity:
95% ±5% maximum (non-condensing)
Power Requirements:
90 to 260 VAC, 47 to 63 Hz, <50 VA, <30 Watts.
No voltage switching required.
Sampling Characteristics
Effective sampling rate:
50 Megasamples per second (each channel, pulse mode)
Sustained sampling rate:
2.5 Megasamples per second (each channel, pulse mode)
Measurement Technique:
Continuous and triggered (burst) sampling
Physical Specifications
Dimensions:
3.5 inches (8.9 cm) high, 8.4 inches (21.3 cm) wide, approx
13.5 inches (34.3 cm) deep, not including feet and connector
clearances.
Maximum Average Power*
Weight:
7lbs. (3.2kg)
Minimum Average Power*
Connector location option:
Sensor input(s)and calibrator connector: Front or rear panel.
Maximum Instantaneous (“Peak”) Power*
Construction:
Surface mount, multi-layer printed circuit boards mounted to
rigid aluminum frame and front extrusion/casting with
aluminum sheet metal enclosure.
Measurement Characteristics
Measurements:
Graphic type LCD, LED backlighted. Text and trace displays.
Average Power*
Minimum Instantaneous Power*
Peak to Average Power Ratio*
Cumulative Distribution Functions: CDF, 1-CDF
* All measurements marked with an asterisk (*) may be performed continuously, or in a
synchronous, triggered mode. When triggered, these measurements may be made at a single
time offset relative to the trigger, or over a defined time interval. The time offset or interval may
be before or after, or may span the trigger interval.
Probability Distribution (histogram)
Power at a percent statistical probability
Statistical probability at a power level
CW Power
Note: Specifications subject to change without notice.
RF Voltage
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PEAK POWER SENSORS
Model
Impedance
RF Connector
Frequency Range
(Low Bandwidth setting)
Dynamic Range
Peak Power Range
Internal Trigger Range
Overload Rating
Pulse
Continuous
57318
50Ω
N(M)
57340
50Ω
K(M)
57518
50Ω
N(M)
Risetime / Bandwidth
Sensor Response on 4530
Fast Risetime
Slow Risetime
(Bandwidth)
(Bandwidth)
0.5 to 18 GHz
(0.05 to 18 GHz)
-24 to +20 dBm
-10 to +20 dBm
1 W for 1µs
200 mW
<20 ns(1)
(20 MHz)
<10 µs
(350 KHz)
0.5 to 40 GHz
(0.05 to 40 GHz)
-24 to +20 dBm
-10 to +20 dBm
1 W for 1µs
200 mW
<20 ns(1)
(20 MHz)
<10 µs
(350 KHz)
0.1 to 18 GHz
(0.05 to 18 GHz)
-40 to +20 dBm
-27 to +20 dBm
1 W for 1µs
200 mW
<100 ns
(6 MHz)
<10 µs
(350 KHz)
57540
0.1 to 40 GHz
50Ω
(0.05 to 40 GHz)
K(M)
(1)
Models 4400A and 4500A: <15ns, (35 MHz).
-40 to +20 dBm
-27 to +20 dBm
1 W for 1µs
200 mW
<100 ns
(6 MHz)
<10 µs
(350 KHz)
Maximum SWR
Frequency
SWR
0.05 to 2 GHz
2 to 6 GHz
6 to 16 GHz
16 to 18 GHz
0.05 to 4 GHz
4 to 38 GHz
38 to 40 GHz
0.05 to 2 GHz
2 to 6 GHz
6 to 16 GHz
16 to 18 GHz
0.05 to 4 GHz
4 to 38 GHz
38 to 40 GHz
1.15
1.20
1.28
1.34
1.25
1.65
2.00
1.15
1.20
1.28
1.34
1.15
1.65
2.00
DUAL DIODE SENSORS
CW POWER SENSORS
Model
Impedance
RF Connector
51075
50Ω
N(M)
51077
50Ω
N(M)
51079
50Ω
N(M)
51071
50Ω
K(M)
51072
50Ω
K(M)
Frequency Range
Dynamic Range
Overload Rating
Pulse
Continuous
Maximum SWR
Frequency
WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE DUAL DIODE POWER SENSORS
500 kHz to 18 GHz
-70 to +20 dBm
1 W for 1 µs
500 kHz to 2 GHz
300 mW
2 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 8 GHz
500 kHz to 18 GHz
-60 to +30 dBm
10 W for 1 µs
500 kHz to 2 GHz
3W
2 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 18 GHz
500 kHz to 18 GHz
-50 to +40 dBm
100 W for 1 µs
500 kHz to 2 GHz
25 W
2 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 18 GHz
10 MHz to 26.5 GHz
-70 to +20 dBm
1 W for 1 µs
10 MHz to 2 GHz
300 mW
2 GHz to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 18 GHz
18 GHz to 26.5 GHz
30 MHz to 40 GHz
-70 to +20 dBm
1 W for 1 µs
30 MHz to 4 GHz
300 mW
4 GHz to 38 GHz
38 GHz to 40 GHz
SWR
1.15
1.20
1.40
1.15
1.20
1.40
1.15
1.20
1.40
1.15
1.20
1.45
1.50
1.25
1.65
2.00
Frequency calibration factors (NIST-traceable) and other data are
stored within all the Peak Power Sensors. Linearity calibration is
performed by the built-in calibrator of the peak power meter.
One five-foot long peak sensor cable is included per channel
except when one or more CW sensors are ordered with the
instrument. In this case a cable with data adapter will be
substituted for a peak sensor cable in each instance.
A five-foot long sensor cable is standard. Longer cables are
available at a higher cost. Effective bandwidth is reduced with
longer cables.
RF VOLTAGE PROBE KITS
Model
Frequency Range
Dynamic Range
Overload Rating
Maximum SWR
952063
10 kHz to 1.2 GHz
200 µV to 10 V
N/A
952064
10 Hz to 100 MHz
200 µV to 10 V
63 VDC or Peak AC
10 VRMS AC continuous
63 VDC or Peak AC
10 VRMS AC continuous
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ADDITIONAL PRODUCTS* AND SERVICES AVAILABLE
FROM BOONTON ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
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•
•
•
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•
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Model 4400A/4500A series RF Peak Power Meter/Analyzer 10 kHz to 40 GHz
Model 4230A series RF Power Meter 10 kHz to 40 GHz
Model 4730/5730 series VXI Power Meter 10 kHz to 40 GHz
Model 9230 series RF Voltmeter 200 µV to 300 V, 10 Hz to 1.26 Hz
Model 5230 series Universal RF Power Meter/Voltmeter 200 µV to 300 V, 10 Hz to 40 GHz
Model 92EA RF Millivoltmeter 200 µV to 300 V, 10 Hz to 1.2 GHz
Model 7200 Capacitance Meter 0 to 2000 pF, 1 MHz, Digital display
Model 72B Capacitance Meter 1 pF to 3000 pF, 1 MHz, Analog display
Model 8201 Modulation Analyzer 100 kHz to 2.5 GHz
Model 8701 VXI Modulation Analyzer 100 kHz to 2.5 GHz
Model 1121 Audio Analyzer 10 Hz to 140 kHz
*Check with factory for availability.
SERVICE AND SUPPORT YOU CAN COUNT ON
Boonton Electronics backs all of its
products with a full range of test,
repair, upgrade, and calibration services,
assuring that all your instrumentation
remains accurate, reliable, and conforms
to original factory specifications.
Services include:
• Certified Repairs (NIST Traceable)
• Repair Warranty (6 Months, Materials and Labor)
• Automatic Instrument/Software Upgrades*
• 10-day Turnaround
• Priority Service
• Flexible Service, Repair, and Calibration Contracts
Contact our Customer Service
Department at (973) 386-9696 for
details and pricing information.
*Available on most models
Your Local Representative:
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(A Wireless Telecom Group Company)
25 Eastmans Road
P.O. Box 465
Parsippany, NJ 07054-0465
Telephone: (973) 386-9696
Fax: (973) 386-9191
E-mail: [email protected]
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