Anritsu MS2026C Network Router User Manual

Technical Data Sheet
VNA Master
™
Handheld Vector Network Analyzer + Spectrum Analyzer
MS2026C MS2036C
MS2028C
MS2038C
5 kHz to 6 GHz 5 kHz to 6 GHz 5 kHz to 20 GHz 5 kHz to 20 GHz Vector Network Analyzer
9 kHz to 9 GHz
9 kHz to 20 GHz + Spectrum Analyzer
The Ultimate Handheld Vector Network + Spectrum Analyzer
for Cable, Antenna and Signal Analysis Anytime, Anywhere
Introduction
High Performance Handheld S-Parameters
Anritsu introduces the MS202x/3xC VNA Master + Spectrum Analyzer, the industry’s broadest frequency handheld solution
to address cable, antenna, component and signal analysis needs in the field: with frequency coverage from 5 kHz to 6/20 GHz.
Equally impressive, this broadband measurement tool offers the industry’s first 12-term error correction algorithm in a truly
handheld, battery-operated, rugged multi-function instrument. And now the MS2036/38C models include a powerful spectrum
analyzer which multiplies user convenience by combining spectrum analysis with the VNA into a single measurement powerhouse
for the harsh RF and physical environments of field test. Whether it is for spectrum monitoring, broadcast proofing, interference
analysis, RF and microwave measurements, regulatory compliance, or 3G/4G and wireless data network measurements, this
VNA/Spectrum Analyzer marriage is the ideal instrument to making fast and reliable measurements in the field.
Performance and Functional Highlights
VNA Master
• Broadband coverage of 5 kHz to 6/20 GHz
• True 2-port Vector Network Analyzer (VNA)
• Ultimate accuracy with 12-term error correction
• User-defined quad display for viewing all 4 S-Parameters
• Arbitrary data points up to 4001
• IF Bandwidth selections of 10 Hz to 100 kHz
• 85 dB dynamic range to 20 GHz • Supports waveguide measurements
• 350 µs/data point sweep speed • USB/Ethernet for PC data transfer and control
• Automate repetitive tasks via Ethernet & USB
• Field upgradable firmware
• Store more than 4000 traces and setups in memory
• Portable: 10.5 lbs (4.8 kg)
• Full Speed USB Memory support
• High resolution daylight viewable TFT color display
• Time Domain option for Distance-to-Fault diagnostics
• Internal Bias Tee option • Vector Voltmeter option • High Accuracy Power Meter option
• Differential option (Sd1d1, Sc1c1, Sd1c1, and Sc1d1)
• Secure Data Operation option
• GPS Receiver option
• Power Monitor option
• Polar Format Impedance Display
• 4, 6, 8, 18, 26 GHz USB Power Sensors • 8.4 in. Display VNA Master + Spectrum Analyzer
All of the above VNA features PLUS:
• Measure: Occupied Bandwidth, Channel Power, ACPR, C/I
• Dynamic Range: > 104 dB in 1 Hz RBW • DANL: –160 dBm in 1 Hz RBW
• Phase Noise: –100 dBc/Hz @ 10 kHz offset at 1 GHz
• Frequency Accuracy: < ± 25 ppb with GPS On • 1 Hz to 10 MHz Resolution Bandwidth (RBW) • Traces: Normal, Max Hold, Min Hold, Average,
# of Averages • Detectors: Peak, Negative, Sample, Quasi-peak, and true RMS
• Markers: 6, each with a Delta Marker, or 1 Reference with
6 Deltas • Limit Lines: up to 40 segments with one-button envelope
creation • Trace Save-on-Event: crossing limit line or sweep complete
• Option to automatically optimize sweep-RBW-VBW tradeoff
for best possible display
• Interference Analyzer Option: Spectrogram,
Signal Strength, RSSI • Channel Scanner Option
• Zero-span IF Output • Gated Sweep • GPS tagging of stored traces • Internal Preamplifier standard • High Accuracy Power Meter Option
• AM/FM/SSB Demodulation (audio only)
VNA Master Functional Specifications
Definitions
• All specifications and characteristics apply under the following conditions, unless otherwise stated:
• After 30 minutes of warm-up time, where the instrument is in VNA Mode and left in the ON state. • Temperature range is 23 ºC ± 5 ºC. • All specifications apply when using internal reference.
• All specifications subject to change without notice. Please visit www.us.anritsu.com for most current data sheet.
• Typical performance is the measured performance of an average unit. • Recommended calibration cycle is 12 months. Frequency
VNA Master Frequency Range:
Frequency Accuracy: Frequency Resolution: MS2026/36C: 5 kHz to 6 GHz
MS2028/38C: 5 kHz to 20 GHz
1.5 ppm
1 Hz to 375 MHz, 10 Hz to 6 GHz, and 100 Hz to 20 GHz
Typical Test Port Power
Block Diagram
VNA Master supports selection of either High (default) or
Low test port power. Changing power after calibration can
degrade the calibrated performance. Typical power by bands
is shown in the following table.
As shown in the following block diagram, the VNA Master
has a 2-port, 2-path architecture that automatically measures
four S-parameters with a single connection.
Frequency Range
High Port Power
(dB)
Low Port Power
(dBm)
5 kHz to ≤ 3 GHz
+3
–25
3 GHz to ≤ 6 GHz
–3
–25
6 GHz to ≤ 20 GHz
–3
–15
Port 1
S11
Port 2
DUT
S22
S12
Receiver
Port 1
Transmission Dynamic Range
The transmission dynamic range (the difference between
test port power and noise floor) using 10 Hz IF Bandwidth
and High Port Power is shown in the following table.
Frequency Range
S21
Bridge/
Coupler
Receiver
Port 2
Reference
Receiver
Bridge/
Coupler
Dynamic Range
(dB)
5 kHz to ≤ 2 MHz
85
2 MHz to ≤ 3 GHz
100
3 GHz to ≤ 6 GHz
90
6 GHz to ≤ 20 GHz
85
Source
Switch
The above illustration is a simplified block diagram of VNA Master’s 2-port, 2-path
architecture.
Typical Sweep Speed
The typical sweep speed for IF Bandwidth of 100 kHz, 1001
data points, and single display is shown in the following
table. The three receiver architecture will simultaneously
collect S21 and S11 (or S12 and S22 ) in a single sweep.
Frequency Range
Typical Sweep Speed
(µs/point)
5 kHz to 6 GHz
350
6 GHz to 20 GHz
650
Uncertainty Curves for Round-Trip Cable Loss Measurements (1-Port)
Round-trip cable loss measurements are convenient for field personnel testing installed cable or waveguide runs. This one-port
technique provides one-way data after twice traversing the cable. The following two sets of uncertainty curves, less than 6 GHz
on the left and greater than 6 GHz on the right, present worst-case uncertainty by DUT Match (i.e., Log Mag) when using
VNA Master for one-port cable loss measurements. As a practical tip, consider using a two-port transmission measurement
technique to improve upon these one-port cable loss uncertainties.
VNA Master (MS20xxC), 5 kHz - 6 GHz
One Port Cable Loss (Log Mag / 2) Uncertainty vs. DUT Match
VNA Master (MS20xxC), 6 - 20 GHz
One Port Cable Loss (Log Mag / 2) Uncertainty vs. DUT Match
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Uncertainty (dB)
Uncertainty (dB)
10
-20 dB
1
-25 dB
-30 dB
0.1
-20 dB
1
-25 dB
-30 dB
0.1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0
Cable Loss, Log Mag / 2 (dB)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Cable Loss, Log Mag / 2 (dB)
These uncertainty curves show how frequency range, DUT Match, and cable loss impact worst-case uncertainty of round-trip cable loss measurements. The uncertainty curves,
separated by frequency range, are shown for DUT Match conditions of 20, 25, and 30 dB. For DUT Match of 30 dB and cable loss of 4-5 dB (reflection measurement of 8-10 dB)
the worst-case uncertainties are approximately ±1 dB.
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High Port Power
OSLxx50 Calibration Components (N-Connectors)
Corrected System Performance and Uncertainties:
MS202x/3xC Model with 12-term SOLT calibration including
isolation using either OSLN50 & OSLNF50 or OSLK50 &
OSLKF50 Calibration Kits
Precision calibration standards come in a convenient
configuration for field work.
Frequency Range (GHz)
Directivity (dB)
Frequency Range (GHz)
Typical High Port Power (dBm)
≤5
> 42
≤3
+3
≤ 15
> 36
≤6
–3
≤ 20*
> 32
≤ 20
–3
* N Connector guaranteed to 18 GHz, typical > 18 GHz
Measurement Uncertainties
The following graphs provide measurement uncertainty at 23 ºC ± 5 ºC for the above indicated connector type and calibration.
Errors are worse-case contributions of residual directivity, source match, frequency response, network analyzer dynamic range,
and connector repeatability. For two-port measurements, transmission tracking, crosstalk, and physical load match termination
were added. Isolation calibration and an IF Bandwidth of 10 Hz is used.
S21 Magnitude
S11 Magnitude
10
10
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
1
1
0.1
0.1
0.01
-40
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
-80
0
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
S21 Phase
S11 Phase
100
100
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
10
10
1
1
-40
0.1
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
Low Port Power
OSLxx50 Calibration Components
Corrected System Performance and Uncertainties:
MS202x/3xC Model with 12-term SOLT calibration including
isolation using either OSLN50 & OSLNF50 or OSLK50 &
OSLKF50 Calibration Kits
Frequency Range (GHz)
Directivity (dB)
Frequency Range (GHz)
Typical High Port Power (dBm)
≤5
> 42
≤3
–25
≤ 15
> 36
≤6
–25
≤ 20*
> 32
≤ 20
–15
* N Connector guaranteed to 18 GHz, typical > 18 GHz
Measurement Uncertainties
The following graphs provide measurement uncertainty at 23 ºC ± 5 ºC for the above indicated connector type and calibration.
Errors are worse-case contributions of residual directivity, source match, frequency response, network analyzer dynamic range,
and connector repeatability. For two-port measurements, transmission tracking, crosstalk, and physical load match termination
were added. Isolation calibration and an IF Bandwidth of 10 Hz is used.
S21 Magnitude
S11 Magnitude
10
10
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
1
1
0.11
0.1
0.01
-40
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
-80
0
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
S21 Phase
S11 Phase
100
100
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
10
10
1
1
-40
0.1
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
High Port Power
3652A Calibration Kit (K-Connector)
Corrected System Performance and Uncertainties:
MS202x/3xC Model with 12-term SOLT calibration including
isolation using 3652A Calibration Kit
Frequency Range (GHz)
Directivity (dB)
Frequency Range (GHz)
Typical High Port Power (dBm)
≤5
> 42
≤3
+3
≤ 15
> 36
≤6
–3
≤ 20*
> 32
≤ 20
–3
* N Connector guaranteed to 18 GHz, typical > 18 GHz
Measurement Uncertainties
The following graphs provide measurement uncertainty at 23 ºC ± 5 ºC for the above indicated connector type and calibration.
Errors are worse-case contributions of residual directivity, source match, frequency response, network analyzer dynamic range,
and connector repeatability. For two-port measurements, transmission tracking, crosstalk, and physical load match termination
were added. Isolation calibration and an IF Bandwidth of 10 Hz is used.
S21 Magnitude
S11 Magnitude
10
10
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
1
1
0.1
0.01
0.1
-40
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
-80
0
-70
-60
-50
-30
-20
-10
0
S21 Phase
S11 Phase
100
100
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
10
10
1
1
0.1
-40
-40
0.1
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
Low Port Power
3652A Calibration Kit (K-Connector)
Corrected System Performance and Uncertainties:
MS202x/3xC Model with 12-term SOLT calibration including
isolation using 3652A Calibration Kit
Frequency Range (GHz)
Directivity (dB)
Frequency Range (GHz)
Typical Low Port Power (dBm)
≤5
> 42
≤3
–25
≤ 15
> 36
≤6
–25
≤ 20*
> 32
≤ 20
–25
* N Connector guaranteed to 18 GHz, typical > 18 GHz
Measurement Uncertainties
The following graphs provide measurement uncertainty at 23 ºC ± 5 ºC for the above indicated connector type and calibration.
Errors are worse-case contributions of residual directivity, source match, frequency response, network analyzer dynamic range,
and connector repeatability. For two-port measurements, transmission tracking, crosstalk, and physical load match termination
were added. Isolation calibration and an IF Bandwidth of 10 Hz is used.
S21 Magnitude
S11 Magnitude
10
10
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
1
1
0.1
0.1
0.01
-40
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
-80
0
-70
-60
-50
-30
-20
-10
0
S21 Phase
S11 Phase
100
100
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 20 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
Uncertainty 6 GHz to 20 GHz
10
10
1
1
0.1
-40
-40
0.1
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
+ Spectrum Analyzer Functional Specifications (Models MS2036/38C only)
Frequency
Frequency Range
9 kHz to 20 GHz (usable to 0 Hz), Preamp 100 kHz to 20 GHz
Tuning Resolution
1 Hz
Frequency Reference
Aging: ± 1.0 ppm/10 years
Accuracy: ± 0.3 ppm (25 °C ± 25 °C) + aging
External Reference Frequencies
1, 1.2288, 1.544, 2.048, 2.4576, 4.8, 4.9152, 5, 9.8304, 10, 13, 19.6608 MHz
Frequency Span
10 Hz to 20 GHz including zero span
Sweep Time
10 μs to 600 seconds in zero span
Sweep Time Accuracy
± 2% in zero span
Bandwidth
Resolution Bandwidth (RBW)
1 Hz to 10 MHz in 1–3 sequence ± 10% (–3 dB bandwidth)
Video Bandwidth (VBW)
1 Hz to 10 MHz in 1–3 sequence (–3 dB bandwidth)
RBW with Quasi-Peak Detection
200 Hz, 9 KHz, 120 kHz (–6 dB bandwidth)
VBW with Quasi-Peak Detection
Auto VBW is On, RBW/VBW = 1
Spectral Purity
SSB Phase Noise at 1 GHz
–100 dBc/Hz @ 10 kHz offset from carrier (–104 dBc/Hz typical)
–102 dBc/Hz @ 100 kHz offset from carrier (–107 dBc/Hz typical)
–107 dBc/Hz @ 1 MHz offset from carrier (–114 dBc/Hz typical)
–120 dBc/Hz @ 10 MHz offset from carrier (–129 dBc/Hz typical)
Amplitude Ranges
Dynamic Range
> 104 dB @ 2.4 GHz, 2/3 (TOI-DANL) in 1 Hz RBW
Measurement Range
DANL to +30 dBm
Display Range
1 to 15 dB/div in 1 dB steps, ten divisions displayed
Reference Level Range
–120 dBm to +30 dBm
Attenuator Resolution
0 to 65 dB, 5 dB steps
Amplitude Units
Log Scale Modes: dBm, dBV, dBmv, dBμVLinear Scale Modes: nV, μV, mV, V, kV, nW, μW, mW, W, kW
Maximum Continuous Input
+30 dBm Peak, ± 50 VDC (≥ 10 dB Attn)
+23 dBm Peak, ± 50 VDC (< 10 dB Attn)
+13 dBm Peak, ± 50 VDC (Preamp On)
Amplitude Accuracy (single sine wave input < Ref level, and > DANL, auto attenuation)
20 °C to 30 °C after 30 minute warm-up
Typical: ± 0.5 dB, 100 kHz to 20 GHz
Maximum: ± 1.3 dB, 100 kHz to 13 GHz
Add ± 1.0 dB, 13 GHz to 20 GHz
–10 °C to 50 °C after 60 minute warm-up
Add ± 1.0 dB, 100 kHz to 20 GHz
Displayed Average Noise Level (DANL) (RMS detection, VBW/Avg type = Log., Ref Level = –20 dBm for preamp Off and –50 dBm for preamp On)
(DANL in 1 Hz RBW, 0 dB attenuation)
Preamp Off
10 MHz to 4 GHz
–141 dBm
> 4 GHz to 9 GHz
–134 dBm
> 9 GHz to 13 GHz
–129 dBm
> 13 GHz to 20 GHz
–123 dBm (MS2038C only)
Preamp On
10 MHz to 4 GHz
–160 dBm
> 4 GHz to 9 GHz
–156 dBm
> 9 GHz to 13 GHz
–152 dBm
> 13 GHz to 20 GHz
–145 dBm
+ Spectrum Analyzer Functional Specifications (Models MS2036/38C only) (continued)
Spurs
Residual Spurious
Input-Related Spurious
Preamp Off (RF input terminated, 0 dB input attenuation)
–90 dBm 9 kHz to 13 GHz –85 dBm 13 GHz to 20 GHz
Preamp On (RF input terminated, 0 dB input attenuation)
–100 dBm 1 MHz to 20 GHz
(0 dB attenuation, –30 dBm input, span < 1.7 GHz)
–60 dBc, –70 dBc typical
Third-Order Intercept (TOI) (–20 dBm tones 100 kHz apart, –20 dBm Ref level, 0 dB input attenuation, preamp Off)
2.4 GHz
+15 dBm
50 MHz to 20 GHz
+20 dBm typical
P1dB
< 4 GHz
+5 dBm typical
4 GHz to 20 GHz
+12 dBm typical
Second Harmonic Distortion
50 MHz
–54 dBc
< 4 GHz
–60 dBc typical
> 4 GHz
–75 dBc typical
VSWR
> 10 dB input attenuation
< 20 GHz
1:5:1 typical
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VNA Performance Capabilities (MS202x/3xC)
Measurement Parameters
S11, S21, S22, S12, Sd1d1, Sc1c1, Sd1c1, Sc1d1
Number of Traces
Four: TR1, TR2, TR3, TR4
Trace Format
Single, Dual, Tri, Quad. When used with Number of Traces, overlays are possible including a Single Format with Four trace overlays.
Graph Types
Log Magnitude
SWR
Phase
Real
Imaginary
Group Delay
Smith Chart
Log Mag / 2 (1-Port Cable Loss)
Linear Polar
Log Polar
Real Impedance
Imaginary Impedance
Domains
Frequency Domain, Time Domain, Distance Domain
Frequency
Start Frequency, Stop Frequency, Center Frequency, Span
Distance
Start Distance, Stop Distance
Time
Start Time, Stop Time
Frequency Sweep Type: Linear
Single Sweep, Continuous
Data Points
2 to 4001 (arbitrary setting); data points can be reduced without recalibration.
Limit Lines
Upper, Lower, 10 segmented Upper, 10 segmented Lower
Test Limits
Pass/Fail for Upper, Pass/Fail for Lower, Limit Audible Alarm
Data Averaging
Sweep-by-sweep
Smoothing
0 to 20%
IF Bandwidth
10, 30, 100, 300, 1k, 3k, 10k, 30k, 100k (Hz)
Reference Plane
The reference planes of a calibration (or other normalization) can be changed by entering a line length. Assumes no loss, flat magnitude,
linear phase, and constant impedance.
Auto Reference Plane Extension
Instead of manually entering a line length, this feature automatically adjusts phase shift from the current calibration (or other normalization) to
compensate for external cables (or test fixtures). Assumes no loss, flat magnitude, linear phase, and constant impedance.
Frequency Range
Frequency range of the measurement can be narrowed within the calibration range without recalibration.
Group Delay Aperture
Defined as the frequency span over which the phase change is computed at a given frequency point. The aperture can be changed without
recalibration. The minimum aperture is the frequency range divided by the number of points in calibration and can be increased to 20% of the
frequency range.
Group Delay Range
< 180º of phase change within the aperture
Trace Memory
A separate memory for each trace can be used to store measurement data for later display. The trace data can be saved and recalled.
Trace Math
Complex trace math operations of subtraction, addition, multiplication, or division are provided.
Number of Markers
Eight, arbitrary assignments to any trace
Marker Types
Reference, Delta
Marker Readout Styles
Log Mag, Cable Loss (Log Mag / 2), Log Mag and Phase, Phase, Real and Imaginary, SWR, Impedance, Admittance, Normalized Impedance,
Normalized Admittance, Polar Impedance, and Group Delay, Linear Mag, Linear Mag and Phase
Marker Search
Peak Search, Valley Search, Find Marker Value
Correction Models
Full 2-Port, Full S11, Full S22, Full S11 & S22, Response S21, Response S12, Response S21 & S12, Response S11, Response S22,
Response S11 & S22, One-Path Two-Port (S11,S21), One-Path Two-Port (S22,S12)
Calibration Methods
Short-Open-Load-Through (SOLT), Offset-Short (SSLT), and Triple-Offset-Short (SSST)
Calibration Standards’ Coefficients
Coax: N-Connector, K-Connector, 7/16, TNC, SMA, and four User Defined
Waveguide: WG11A, WG12, WG13, WG14, WG15, WG16, WG17, WG18, WG20, and four User Defined
Cal Correction Toggle
On/Off
Dispersion Compensation
Waveguide correction that improves accuracy of distance-to-fault data by compensating for different wavelengths propagating at different speeds.
Impedance Conversion
Support for 50 Ω and 75 Ω are provided.
Units
Meters, Feet
Bias Tee Settings
Internal, External, Off
Timebase Reference
Internal, External (10 MHz)
File Storage Types
Measurement, Setup (with CAL), Setup (without CAL), S2P (Real/Imag), S2P (Lin Mag/Phase), S2P (Log Mag/Phase), JPEG
Ethernet Configuration
DHCP or Manual (Static); IP, Gateway, Subnet entries
Languages
English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Italian, plus two User Defined
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+ Spectrum Analyzer Performance Capabilities
Measurements
Smart Measurements
Field Strength (uses antenna calibration tables to measure dBm/m2 or dBmV/m)
Occupied Bandwidth (measures 99% to 1% power channel of a signal)
Channel Power (measures the total power in a specified bandwidth)
ACPR (adjacent channel power ratio)
C/I (carrier-to-interference ratio)
Emission Mask (recall limit lines as emission mask)
Setup Parameters
Frequency
Center/Start/Stop, Span, Frequency Step, Signal Standard, Channel #
Amplitude
Reference Level (RL), Scale, Attenuation Auto/Level, RL Offset, Pre-Amp On/Off, Detection
Span
Span, Span Up/Down (1-2-5), Full Span, Zero Span, Last Span
Bandwidth
RBW, Auto RBW, VBW, Auto VBW, RBW/VBW, Span/RBW
File
Save, Recall, Delete, Directory Management
Save/Recall
Setups, Measurements, Limit Lines, Screen Shots Jpeg (save only), Save-on-Event
Save-on-Event
Crossing Limit Line, Sweep Complete, Save-then-Stop, Clear All
Delete
Selected File, All Measurements, All Mode Files, All Content
Directory Management
Sort Method (Name/Type/Date), Ascend/Descend, Internal/USB, Copy
Application Options
Impedance (50 Ω, 75 Ω, Other)
Sweep Functions
Sweep
Single/Continuous, Manual Trigger, Reset, Detection, Minimum Sweep Time, Trigger Type
Sweep Mode
Fast, Performance, No FFT
Detection
Peak, RMS/Avg, Negative, Sample, Quasi-peak
Triggers
Free Run, External, Video, Delay, Level, Slope, Hysteresis, Holdoff, Force Trigger Once
Trace Functions
Traces
Up to three Traces (A, B, C), View/Blank, Write/Hold, Trace A/B/C Operations
Trace A Operations
Normal, Max Hold, Min Hold, Average, # of Averages, (always the live trace)
Trace B Operations
A→B, B↔C, Max Hold, Min Hold
Trace C Operations
A→C, B↔C, Max Hold, Min Hold, A – B→C, B – A→C, Relative Reference (dB), Scale
Marker Functions
Markers
Markers 1-6 each with a Delta Marker, or Marker 1 Reference with Six Delta Markers,
Marker Table (On/Off/Large), All Markers Off
Marker Types
Style (Fixed/Tracking), Noise Marker, Frequency Counter Marker
Marker Auto-Position
Peak Search, Next Peak (Right/Left), Peak Threshold %, Set Marker to Channel,
Marker Frequency to Center, Delta Marker to Span, Marker to Reference Level
Marker Table
1-6 markers frequency and amplitude plus delta markers frequency offset and amplitude
Limit Line Functions
Limit Lines
Upper/Lower, On/Off, Edit, Move, Envelope, Advanced, Limit Alarm, Default Limit
Limit Line Edit
Frequency, Amplitude, Add Point, Add Vertical, Delete Point, Next Point Left/Right
Limit Line Move
To Current Center Frequency, By dB or Hz, To Marker 1, Offset from Marker 1
Limit Line Envelope
Create Envelope, Update Amplitude, Number of Points (41), Offset, Shape Square/Slope
Limit Line Advanced
Type (Absolute/Relative), Mirror, Save/Recall
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Measurement Options Specifications
Time Domain (Option 0002) (includes Distance Domain Option 0501)
The VNA Master can also display the S-parameter measurements in the time or distance domain using lowpass or bandpass
processing analysis modes. The broadband frequency coverage coupled with 4001 data points means you can measure
discontinuities both near and far with unprecedented clarity for a handheld tool. With this option, you can simultaneously view
S-parameters in frequency, time, and distance domain to quickly identify faults in the field. Advanced features available with
this option include step response, phasor impulse, gating, and frequency gated in time. The option includes computational
routines that further enhance the Distance Domain results by compensating for cable loss, relative velocity of propagation,
and dispersion compensation in waveguide.
Distance Domain
Round-Trip (reflection) Fault Resolution (meters):
(0.5 x c x Vp) / ∆F; (c is speed of light = 3E8 m/s, ∆F is F2 – F1 in Hz)
One-Way (transmission) Fault Resolution (meters):
(c x Vp) / ∆F; (c is speed of light = 3E8 m/s, ∆F is F2 – F1 in Hz)
Horizontal Range (meters):
0 to (data points – 1) x Fault Resolution to a maximum of 3000 m (9843 ft.)
Windowing
Rectangular, Nominal Side Lobe (NSL), Low Side Lobe (LSL), and Minimum Side Lobe (MSL)
Power Monitor (Option 0005) Requires external detector
Transmitter measurements in the field are possible when
using this VNA Master software mode with a separately
purchased Anritsu 560 series detector. A variety of detectors
are available to 50 GHz, but the popular 560-7N50B covers
10 MHz to 20 GHz with a measurement range of –50 to
+20 dBm with better than 0.5 dB flatness to 18 GHz. After
zeroing the detector to ensure accuracy at low power levels,
the software offers intuitive operation for absolute and
relative readouts in dBm or Watts.
Display Range
–80 to +80 dBm (10 pW to 100 kW)
Measurement Range
–50 to +20 dBm (10 nW to 40 mW)
Offset Range
0 to +60 dB
Resolution
0.1 dB, 0.1 xW (x = n, µ, m based on detector power)
Accuracy
±1 dB maximum for >–40 dBm using
560-7N50B detector
Power Monitor Detectors* (Ordered separately):
Part Numbers
560-7N50B
560-7S50B
Frequency Range
0.01 to 20 GHz
0.01 to 20 GHz
Impedance
50 Ω
50 Ω
Power Range
–55 dBm to +16 dBm
–55 dBm to +16 dBm
Return Loss
15 dB, < 0.04 GHz
22 dB, < 8 GHz
17 dB, < 18 GHz
14 dB, < 20 GHz
15 dB, < 0.04 GHz
22 dB, < 8 GHz
17 dB, < 18 GHz
14 dB, < 20 GHz
Input Connector
N(m)
WSMA(m)
Frequency Response
±0.5 dB, < 18 GHz
±1.25 dB, < 20 GHz
±0.5 dB, < 18 GHz
±1.25 dB, < 20 GHz
*See www.us.anritsu.com for additional detectors
Secure Data Operation (Option 0007)
For highly secure data handling requirements, this software option prevents the storing of measurement setup or data
information onto any internal file storage location. Instead, setup and measurement information is stored ONLY to the
external USB memory location. A simple factory preset prepares the VNA Master for transportation while the USB memory
remains behind in the secure environment. The VNA Master cannot be switched between secure and non-secure operation by
the user once configured for secure data operation. As an additional security measure, with this option enabled the user can
choose to blank the frequency values displayed on the screen.
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Bias Tee (Option 0010)
Vector Voltmeter (Option 0015)
For tower mounted amplifier tests, the MS20x/3xC series
with optional internal bias tees can supply both DC and RF
signals on the center conductor of the cable during
measurements. For frequency sweeps in excess of 2 MHz,
the VNA Master can supply internal voltage control from
+12 to +32 V in 0.1 V steps up to 450 mA. To extend
battery life, an external power supply can substitute for the
internal supply by using the external bias inputs instead.
Both test ports can be configured to supply voltage via this
integrated bias tees option. Bias can be directed to VNA
Port 1 or Port 2.
A phased array system relies on phase matched cables for
nominal performance. For this class of application, the VNA
Master offers this special software mode to simplify phase
matching cables at a single frequency. The similarity between
the popular vector voltmeter and this software mode ensures
minimal training is required to phase match cables. Operation
is as simple as configuring the display for absolute or relative
measurements. The easy-to-read large fonts show either
reflection or transmission measurements using impedance,
magnitude, or VSWR readouts. For instrument landing system
(ILS) or VHF Omni-directional Range (VOR) applications,
a table view improves operator efficiency when phase
matching up to twelve cables. The MS202x/3xC solution is
superior because the signal source is included internally,
precluding the need for an external signal generator.
Frequency Range
2 MHz to 6 GHz (MS20x6C)
2 MHz to 20 GHz (MS20x8C)
Internal Voltage/Current
+12V to +32V at 450 ma. Steady rate
Internal Resolution
0.1V
External Voltage/Current
±50 V at 500 mA steady rate
CW Frequency Range
5 kHz to 20 GHz
Bias Tee Selections
Internal, External, Off
Measurement Display
CW, Table (Twelve Entries, Plus Reference)
Measurement Types
Return Loss, Insertion
Measurement Format
dB/VSWR/Impedance
Port 1
Port 2
External Bias Input
(±50 V, 500 mA Max)
Internal
Bias Tee
Switch
Internal
Bias Tee
Internal Bias
+12 to +32 V
450 mA Max
RF Test
Source
Switch
The VNA Master offers optional integrated bias tee for supplying DC plus RF to the
DUT as shown in this simplified block diagram. Connectivity is also provided for
external supply (instead of internal) to preserve battery consumption.
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High Accuracy Power Meter (Option 0019) Requires external USB power sensor.
Conduct precise measurements of CW and digitally modulated transmitters in the field using this VNA Master software mode with a
separately purchased Anritsu USB power sensor. After specifying the center frequency and zeroing the sensor to ensure accuracy at
low power levels, the software offers intuitive operation for absolute and relative readouts in dBm or Watts. Option 0019 supports
the USB Power Sensors in the following table.
USB Power Sensors (Ordered separately):
PSN50
MA24104A
MA24106A
MA24108A
MA24118A
Frequency Range
50 MHz to 6 GHz
600 MHz to 4 GHz
50 MHz to 6 GHz
10 MHz to 8 GHz
10 MHz to 18 GHz
Description
High Accuracy
RF Power Sensor
Inline
High Power Sensor
High Accuracy
RF Power Sensor
Microwave
USB Power Sensor
Microwave
USB Power Sensor
Connector
Type N, male, 50 Ω
Type N, female, Ω
Type N, male, 50 Ω
Type N, male, 50 Ω
Type N, male, 50 Ω
Dynamic Range
–30 dBm to +20 dBm
(0.001 mW to 100 mW)
+3 dBm to +51.76 dBm
(2 mW to 150 W)
–40 dBm to +23 dBm
(0.1 µW to 200 mW)
–40 dBm to +20 dBm
(0.1 µW to 100 mW)
–40 dBm to +20 dBm
(0.1 µW to 100 mW)
VBW
100 Hz
100 Hz
100 Hz
50 kHz
50 kHz
Measurement
True-RMS
True-RMS
True-RMS
True-RMS. Slot Power,
Burst Average Power
True-RMS, Slot power,
Burst Average power
Measurement Uncertainty
±0.16 dB1
±0.17 dB2
±0.16 dB1
±0.18 dB3
±0.18 dB3
Datasheet for Additional
Specifications
11410-00414
11410-00483
11410-00424
11410-00504
11410-00504
Notes:
1) Total RSS measurement uncertainty (0 ºC to 50 ºC) for power measurements of a CW signal greater than –20 dBm with zero mismatch errors
2) Expanded uncertainty with K=2 for power measurements of a CW signal greater than +20 dBm with a matched load. Measurement results referenced to the input side of the sensor.
3) Expanded uncertainty with K=2 for power measurements of a CW signal greater than –20 dBm with zero mismatch errors
Interference Analyzer (Option 0025) (Models MS2036/38C only) (Recommend GPS)
Measurements
Spectrum
Field Strength
Occupied Bandwidth
Channel Power
Adjacent Channel Power (ACPR)
AM/FM/SSB Demodulation (Wide/Narrow FM, Upper/Lower SSB), (audio out only)
Carrier-to-Interference ratio (C/I)
Spectrogram (Collect data up to one week)
Signal Strength (Gives visual and aural indication of signal strength)
Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) (collect data up to one week)
Gives visual and aural indication of signal strength
Signal ID (up to 12 signals)
Center Frequency
Bandwidth
Signal Type (FM, GSM, W-CDMA, CDMA, Wi-Fi)
Closest Channel Number
Number of Carriers
Signal-to-Nose Ratio (SNR) > 10 dB
Application Options
Bias-Tee (On/Off), Impedance (50 Ω, 75 Ω, Other)
Channel Scanner (Option 0027) (Models MS2036/38C only)
)
Number of Channels
1 to 20 Channels (Power Levels)
Measurements
Graph/Table, Max Hold (On/5 sec/Off), Frequency/Channel, Current/Maximum, Dual Color
Scanner
Scan Channels, Scan Frequencies, Scan Customer List, Scan Script Master™
Amplitude
Reference Level, Scale
Custom Scan
Signal Standard, Channel, # of Channels, Channel Step Size, Custom Scan
Frequency Range
150 kHz to 13 GHz
Frequency Accuracy
± 10 Hz + Time base error
Measurement Range
–110 dBm to +30 dBm
Application Options
Bias-Tee (On/Off), Impedance (50 Ω, 75 Ω, Other)
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GPS (Option 0031), (Models MS2036/38C only) Requires external GPS antenna
Built-in GPS provides location information (latitude, longitude, altitude) and Universal Time (UT) information for storage
along with trace data so you can later verify that measurements were taken at the right location. The GPS option requires a
separately ordered magnet mount GPS antenna (2000-1528-R), which is configured with a 15 foot (~5 m) cable to mount
outside on a metallic surface. Frequency accuracy is enhanced for the Spectrum Analyzer when Options 0025 Interference
Analyzer and 0027 Channel Scanner are engaged.
Setup
On/Off, Antenna Voltage 3.3/5.0 V, GPS Info
GPS Time/Location Indicator
Time, Latitude, Longitude and Altitude on display
Time, Latitude, Longitude and Altitude with trace storage
High Frequency Accuracy
Spectrum Analyzer, Interference Analyzer, CW Signal Generator when GPS Antenna is connected < ± 50 ppb with GPS On, 3 minutes after
satellite lock in selected mode
GPS Lock – after antenna is disconnected
< ± 50 ppb for 3 days, 0 °C to 50 °C ambient temperature
Connector
SMA, female
Balanced/Differential S-Parameters, 1-port (Option 0077)
As an alternative to a sampling oscilloscope, verifying the performance and identifying discontinuities in high-data-rate
differential cables is now possible with the VNA Master. After a full two-port calibration, connect your differential cable
directly to the two test ports and reveal the Sd1d1 performance, which is essentially differential return loss, or any of the other
differential S-Parameters, Sc1c1, Sd1c1, or Sc1d1. With optional time domain, you can convert frequency sweeps to distance. This
capability is especially valuable for applications in high data rate cables where balanced data formats are used to isolate noise
and interference.
Distance Domain (Option 0501) (included in Time Domain Option 0002)
Distance Domain Analysis is a powerful field test tool to analyze cables for faults, including minor discontinuities that may
occur due to a loose connection, corrosion, or other aging effects. By using Frequency Domain Reflectometry (FDR), the
VNA Master exploits a user-specified band of full power operational frequencies (instead of DC pulses from TDR approaches) to
more precisely identify cable discontinuities. The VNA Master converts S-parameters from frequency domain into distance
domain on the horizontal display axis, using a mathematical computation called Inverse Fourier Transform. Connect a
reflection at the opposite end of the cable and the discontinuities appear versus distance to reveal any potential maintenance
issues. When access to both ends of the cable is convenient, a similar distance domain analysis is available on transmission
measurements.
Option 0501 Distance Domain will improve your productivity with displays of the cable in terms of discontinuities versus
distance. This readout can then be compared against previous measurements (from stored data) to determine whether any
degradations have occurred since installation (or the last maintenance activity). More importantly, you will know precisely
where to go to fix the problem and so minimize or prevent downtime of the system.
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VNA Master General Specifications (MS202x/3xC)
Setup Parameters
Size and Weight
System
Status (Temperature, Battery Info, S/N, Firmware Ver, IP
Address, Options Installed)
Self Test, Application Self Test
GPS (see Option 0031)
System Options
Name, Date and Time, Ethernet Configuration, Brightness, Volume
Language (English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese,
Japanese, Korean, Italian, User defined)
Reset (Factory Defaults, Master Reset, Update Firmware)
File
Save, Recall, Delete, Directory Management
Save/Recall
Setups, Measurements, Screen Shots Jpeg (save only)
Delete
Selected File, All Measurements, All Mode Files, All Content
Directory
Management
Sort Method (Name/Type/Date), Ascend/Descend, Internal/
USB, Copy
Internal Trace/Setup
Memory
> 13,000 traces
External Trace/Setup
Memory
Limited by size of USB Flash drive
Mode Switching
Auto-Stores/Recalls most recently used Setup Parameters in
the Mode
Dimensions
Weight, Including Battery
Height
211 mm (8.3 in)
Width
315 mm (12.4 in)
Depth
78 mm (3.1 in) (MS202xC)
97 mm (3.8 in) (MS203xC)
4.5 kg (9.9 lbs) (MS202xC)
4.8 kg (10.5 lbs) (MS203xC)
Safety
Safety Class
EN 61010-1 Class 1
Product Safety
IEC 60950-1 when used with Anritsu supplied Power Supply
Environmental
MIL-PRF-28800F, Class 2
Environmental Conditions
MS202x/3xC
Temperature, operating (ºC)
(3.8.2.1 & 4.5.5.14)
Passed, –10 ºC to 55 ºC, Humidity 85%
Temperature, not operating (ºC)
(3.8.2.2 & 4.5.5.1)
Passed, –51 ºC to 71 ºC
Relative humidity
(3.8.2.3 & 4.5.5.1)
Passed
Altitude, not operating
(3.8.3 & 4.5.5.2)
Passed*, 4600 m
Altitude, operating
(3.8.3 & 4.5.5.2)
Passed*, 4600 m
Vibration limits
(3.8.4.1 & 4.5.5.3.1)
Passed
Shock, functional
(3.8.5.1 & 4.5.5.4.1)
Passed
Transit Drop
(3.8.5.2 & 4.5.5.4.2)
Passed
Type BNC female External Reference In port
Passed
Spectrum Analyzer
Connectors
Bench handling
(3.8.5.3 & 4.5.5.4.3)
Type N, female (or K female with opt 0011) (MS203xC)
Shock, high impact
(3.8.5.4 & 4.5.5.4.4)
Not Required**
GPS
SMA female (Available with opt 0031 GPS)
External Power
5.5 mm barrel connector, 12 to 15 VDC, < 5.0 Amps
Salt exposure structural parts
(3.8.8.2 & 4.5.6.2.2)
Not Required***
LAN Connection
RJ48C, 10/100 Mbps, Connect to PC or LAN for Remote Access
(Available with opt 0411 Ethernet)
USB Interface (2)
Type A, Connect Flash Drive and Power Sensor
USB Interface
5-pin mini-B, Connect to PC for data transfer
Headset Jack
2.5 mm barrel connector
External Trigger
BNC, female, 50 Ω, Maximum Input ± 5 VDC
10 MHz Out
SMA, female, 50 Ω
Connectors
Maximum Input
(Damage Level)
into Vector Network
Analyzer
+23 dBm, ±50 VDC (MS202x/3xC)
Maximum Input
(Damage Level) into
Spectrum Analyzer
+30 dBm, ±50 VDC (MS203xC)
Type N female (or K female with opt 0011, MS20x8C only) VNA
port (x2)
VNA Connectors
Type BNC female Bias Tee port (enabled with opt 0010) (x2)
* Qualified by similarity (tested on a similar product)
** Not defined in standard; must be invoked and defined by purchase description
*** Not required for Class 2 equipment
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Display
Size
8.4 in, daylight viewable color LCD
Resolution
800 x 600
Power
Field replaceable Li-Ion Battery
(633-44: 6600 mAh, 4.5 Amps)
40 Watts on battery power only
DC power from Universal
110/220V AC/DC Adapter
55 Watts running off AC/DC adaptor
while charging battery
Life time charging cycles
(Li-Ion Battery, 633-44)
>300
(80% of initial capacity)
Battery Operation
2.5 hours, typical
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European Union
CE Mark, EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC
and Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, 93/68/EEC
Australia and
New Zealand
C-tick N274
Interference
EN 61326-1
Emissions
EN 55011
Immunity
EN 61000-4-2/-4-3/-4-4/-4-5/-4-6/-4-11
Ancillary Module extends Optical Fiber Testing to Distance-to-Fault
The ODTF-1 module is primarily intended for field use by technicians and engineers responsible for the deployment and
maintenance of remote radio heads (RRH), and nicely complements the field diagnostic power of the VNA Master. The ODTF-1
module is fully compatible with the MS202x/3xC VNA Masters which are equipped with the Time Domain Option 0002 or
Distance Domain Option 0501. Field operation of the ODTF-1 module with the VNA Master requires the normal DTF (RF/
microwave) mode along with simple modification of some of the setup parameters such as Vp, cable loss, and frequency.
VNA Master users need only to connect a short cable between
the RF output of the VNA and the ODTF-1 module and
perform a 1-port calibration at the end of the cable. Essentially
the ODTF-1 module is simply a wavelength translator, RF test
signals in, RF signals returning. The same physics that apply to
the traditional DTF measurements apply to ODTF-1 meaning
highly accurate measurements can be made with event
resolution as good as 10 cm. The same trade-offs carry over as
well so better event resolution translates to shorter maximum
distance, and vice-versa. Max distance is specified at 1020
meters (3345 ft).
The battery life of the ODTF-1 module matches the battery life
of the VNA Master. It can be charged with the same 40-168-R
power supply so there is no need to maintain different power
supplies.
Using a VNA Master equipped with Option 0002 or 0501, this ODTF-1 optical module
translates the optical signals to the RF domain of the VNA, to display fault locations in
standard optical fibers.
Specifications
General Specifications
Wavelength
1550 nm typical
External DC Input
+12.5 to +15 VDC, 3A maximum
Frequency Range
1 GHz to GHz
Single Mode Fiber (SMF)
Electromagnetic
Compatibility
Meets European Community requirements for CE marking
Fiber Type
Event Resolution
10.2 cm (0.335 ft) maximum, or 150/(n*∆F), ∆F in MHz, n
is IOR
Temperature
Operating
0 to 50 ºC
Horizontal Range
1020 meter (3345 ft) maximum, or (#dp-1)*Event Resolution
Non-operating
0 to 70 ºC recommended
Optical Dynamic
Range
30 dB
Optical Output Power
3 dBm typical
Size and Weight
Input and Output Ports
RF Connector
N(m)
Max RF Input Power
+ 5 dBm
Optical Connector
FC/APC
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Size
15.7*5.37*18.6 cm (6.18*2.11*7.3 in.)
Weight
< 1 kg (2.2 lbs)
Master Software Tools and Remote Programming
Each VNA Master ships with a versatile test assistant: a copy of Anritsu’s Master Software Tools for Windows® 2000/XP/Vista/7.
This allows an operator to add the processing capabilities of a PC and this software utility to the VNA Master to form a
powerful and flexible measurement solution for network analysis. For automation, the VNA Master also supports remote
programming via the Ethernet or USB interface.
Connect VNA Master to a PC for archiving and additional post-processing.
A standard tilt-bail provides convenient use on a bench.
Feature
Benefit
Powerful data management tool for storing and sifting through measurement results
MST simplifies transfers, printing, and archival of displays
and setups
Connect to a PC using USB2.0 (full-speed), Ethernet LAN,
or Direct Ethernet
Unleash powerful MST capabilities by using variety of popular remote interfaces
Store an unlimited number of setups, traces, and JPEGs
(limited only by PC memory)
Develop libraries of frequently used setups and typical results
Manipulate traces and further optimize displays
Versatility to further analyze results without re-taking measurements
Update with the latest firmware
Easily download and upgrade to newest features from
www.us.anritsu.com
Remote programming via Ethernet or USB
Increase throughput by automating repetitive or operator
intensive tasks
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Ordering Information
MS2026C 1
VNA Master,
2-port, VNA
5 kHz to 6 GHz
MS2028C 1
VNA Master,
2-port, VNA
5 kHz to 20 GHz
MS2036C 1
VNA Master
+ Spectrum Analyzer, S/A
9 kHz to 9 GHz
MS2038C 1
VNA Master
+ Spectrum Analyzer, S/A
9 kHz to 20 GHz
MS2026C-0002
MS2028C-0002
MS2036C-0002
MS2038C-0002
Time Domain (includes DTF capability)
MS2026C-0005
MS2028C-0005
–
–
Power Monitor (requires external detector)
MS2026C-0007
MS2028C-0007
MS2036C-0007
MS2038C-0007
Secure Data Operation
MS2026C-0010
MS2028C-0010
MS2036C-0010
MS2038C-0010
Built-in Bias-Tee
–
MS2028C-0011
–
MS2028C-0011
K(f) Test Port Connectors
MS2026C-0015
MS2028C-0015
MS2046C-0015
MS2038C-0015
Vector Voltmeter
MS2026C-0019
MS2028C-0019
MS2036C-0019
MS2038C-0019
High Accuracy Power Meter
(requires external USB sensor)
–
–
MS2036C-0025
MS2038C-0025
Interference Analysis, 9 kHz to 9/20 GHz 2
–
–
MS2036C-0027
MS2038C-0027
Channel Scanner, 9 kHz to 9/20 GHz 2
MS2026C-0031
MS2028C-0031
MS2036C-0031
MS2038C-0031
MS2026C-0077
MS2028C-0077
MS2036C-0077
MS2038C-0077
GPS Receiver (requires GPS antenna,
2000-1528-R)
Balanced/Differential S-Parameters, 1-port
MS2026C-0098
MS2028C-0098
MS2036C-0098
MS2038C-0098
Z-540 Calibration
MS2026C-0099
MS2028C-0099
MS2036C-0099
MS2038C-0099
Premium Calibration
MS2026C-0501
MS2028C-0501
MS2036C-0501
MS2038C-0501
Distance Domain (included in Option 0002)
Options
Description
Notes:
1) Includes standard one-year warranty and Certificate of Calibration and Conformance.
2) Requires external antenna (2000-xxxx or 61532 Antenna Kit), Recommend Option 0031 GPS
MS202x/3xC Standard Accessories
10580-00220 65729 2300-498 633-44 40-168-R 806-141-R 3-2000-1498 2000-1371-R 3-806-152 2000-1520-R Ancillary Equipment
VNA Master User’s Guide
Soft Carrying Case
Master Software Tools CD ROM
Rechargeable Battery, Li-Ion, 6.6 Ah
AC-DC Adapter
Automotive Cigarette Lighter 12 V DC adapter
USB A-type to Mini USB B-type cable, 3.05 m (10 ft.)
Ethernet cable, 2.13 m (7 ft.)
Ethernet Crossover Cable, 2.13 m (7 ft.)
USB Flash Drive
ODTF-1 15NNF50-1.5C
OSLN50-1
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Optical Time Domain Module
Armored Test Port Cable, 1.5 meter, N(m) to N(f)
Precision Open/Short/Load, DC to 6 GHz,
42 dB Return Loss
Ordering Information (continued)
Optional Accessories
Directional Antennas
High Accuracy Power Sensor
2000-1411-R 2000-1412-R 2000-1413-R 2000-1414-R 2000-1415-R 2000-1416-R 2000-1519-R 2000-1617 PSN50 MA24104A MA24106A MA24108A MA24118A MA24126A High Accuracy Power Sensor, 50 MHz to 6 GHz
Inline High Power Sensor, 600 MHz to 4 GHz,
True RMS
High Accuracy Power Sensor, 50 MHz to 6 GHz,
True RMS
High Accuracy Power Sensor, 10 MHz to 8 GHz,
True RMS
High Accuracy Power Sensor, 10 MHz to 18 GHz,
True RMS
High Accuracy Power Sensor, 10 MHz to 26 GHz,
True RMS
Portable Antennas
2000-1200 2000-1473 2000-1035 2000-1030 2000-1474 Power Monitor Detectors
560-7N50B 560-7S50B RF Detector, 0.01 to 20 GHz, Type-N(m)
RF Detector, 0.01 to 20 GHz, W-SMA(m)
Detector Extender Cables
800-109 800-111 2000-1031 2000-1475 Detector Extender Cable, 7.6m (25 ft)
Detector Extender Cable, 30.5m (100 ft.)
2000-1032 2000-1361 K Connector Components
OSLK50 OSLKF50 22K50 22KF50 28K50 28KF50 3652A Precision integrated Open/Short/Load K(m),
DC to 20 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision integrated Open/Short/Load K(f),
DC to 20 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision K(m) Short/Open, 40 GHz
Precision K(f) Short/Open, 40 GHz
Precision Termination, DC to 40 GHz, 50 Ω, K(m)
Precision Termination, DC to 40 GHz, 50 Ω, K(f)
K Calibration Kit, DC to 40 GHz
2000-1616 61532 OSLNF50 22N50 22NF50 28N50-2 28NF50-2 OSLN50-1 OSLNF50-1 SM/PL-1 SM/PLNF-1 1030-114-R 806 MHz to 869 MHz, N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-109-R 824 MHz to 849 MHz, N(m) to SMA (f), 50 Ω
1030-110-R 880 MHz to 915 MHz, N(m) to SMA (f), 50 Ω
1030-105-R 890 MHz to 915 MHz Band, 0.41 dB loss, N(m) to
SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-111-R 1850 MHz to 1910 MHz, N(m) to SMA (f), 50 Ω
1030-106-R 1710 MHz to 1790 MHz Band, 0.34 dB loss,
N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-107-R 1910 MHz to 1990 MHz Band, 0.41 dB loss,
N(m) to SMA(f), 50 Ω
1030-112-R 2400 MHz to 2484 MHz, N(m) to SMA (f), 50 Ω
1030-155-R 2500 MHz to 2700 MHz, N(m) to N(f), 50 Ω
Precision Integrated Open/Short/Load N(m),
DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision Integrated Open/Short/Load N(f),
DCto 18 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision N(m) Short/Open, 18 GHz
Precision N(f) Short/Open, 18 GHz
Precision Termination, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω, N(m)
Precision Termination, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ω, N(f)
Precision N(m) Open/Short/Load, 42 dB, 6 GHz
Precision N(f) Open/Short/Load, 42 dB, 6 GHz
Precision N(m) Load, 42 dB, 6 GHz
Precision N(f) Load, 42 dB, 6 GHz
Attenuators
3-1010-122 42N50-20 42N50A-30 3-1010-123 1010-127-R 3-1010-124 TNC Connector Components
1091-53-R 1091-54-R 1015-55-R 1091-55-R 1091-56-R 1015-54-R Precision TNC(m) Open, 18 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision TNC(m) Short, 18 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision TNC(m) Load, 18 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision TNC(f) Open, 18 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision TNC(f) Short, 18 GHz, 50 Ω
Precision TNC(f) Load, 18 GHz, 50 Ω
1010-121 1010-128-R 7/16 Connector Components
2000-1618-R 2000-1619-R 806 MHz to 866 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω
870 MHz to 960 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω
896 MHz to 941 MHz, SMA (m), 50 Ω (1/4 wave)
1710 MHz to 1880 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
1710 MHz to 1880 MHz with knuckle elbow
(1/2 wave)
1850 MHz to 1990 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
1920 MHz to 1980 MHz and 2110-2170 MHz,
SMA(m), 50 Ω
2400 MHz to 2500 MHz, SMA(m), 50 Ω (1/2 wave)
2400 MHz to 2500, 5000 to 6000 MHz,
SMA(m), 50 Ω
20 MHz to 21000 MHz, N(f), 50 Ω
Antenna Kit (Consists of: 2000-1030, 2000-1031,
2000-1032-R, 2000-1200, 2000-1035, 2000-1361,
and carrying pouch)
Bandpass Filters
N-Type Connectors
OSLN50 824 MHz to 896 MHz, N(f), 10 dBd, Yagi
885 MHz to 975 MHz, N(f), 10 dBd, Yagi
1710 MHz to 1880 MHz, N(f), 10 dBd. Yagi
1850 MHz to 1990 MHz, N(f), 9.3 dBd, Yagi
2400 MHz to 2500 MHz, N(f), 10 dBd, Yagi
1920 MHz to 2170 MHz, N(f), 10 dBd, Yagi
500 MHz to 3000 MHz, log periodic
600 MHz to 21000 MHz, N(f), 5-8 dBi to 12 GHz,
0-6 dBi to 21 GHz, log periodic
20 dB, 5 W, DC to 12.4 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
20 dB, 5 W, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
30 dB, 5 W, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
30 dB, 50 W, DC to 8.5 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
30 dB, 150 W, DC to 3 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
40 dB, 100 W, DC to 8.5 GHz, N(m) to N(f),
Uni-directional
40 dB, 100 W, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f),
Uni-directional
40 dB, 150 W, DC to 3 GHz, N(m) to N(f)
Technical Data Sheet
Precision Open/Short/Load, 7/16(m), 6.0 GHz
Precision Open/Short/Load, 7/16(f), 6.0 GHz
10580-00548 21
VNA Master + Spectrum Analyzer Brochure
Ordering Information (continued)
Waveguide Calibration Components and WG/
Coaxial Adapters
Manuals
10580-00305 10580-00306 10580-00289
10580-00244
10580-00240
10580-00215
VNA Master User’s Guide
VNA Master Programming Manual
VNA Measurement Guide
Spectrum Analyzer Measurement Guide
Power Meter Measurement Guide
ODTF-1 Optical Distance-to-Fault Module –
Quick Start Guide
Recommended waveguide calibration procedure requires
two offset shorts and a precise load. The waveguide/coax
adapter, shown attached to test port #2, adapts the VNA
Master test ports to the waveguide under test.
Related Literature, Application Notes
11410-00206 11410-00214 11410-00270 11410-00373 11410-00387 11410-00414 11410-00424 11410-00483 11410-00504 11410-00531 11410-00472
Time Domain for Vector Network Analyzers
Reflectometer Measurements – Revisited
What is Your Measurement Accuracy?
Distance-to-Fault
Primer on Vector Network Analysis
High Accuracy Power Meter, PSN50
USB Power Sensor MA24106A
Inline High Power Sensor MA24104A
Microwave USB Power Sensor MA241x8A
Practical Tips on Making “Vector Voltmeter (VVM)”
Phase Measurements using VNA Master (Opt. 15)
Measuring Interference
Part Number
1/8 Offset
Short
3/8 Offset
Short
Precision
Load
Frequency
Range
Coaxial to Universal
Waveguide
Adapter[1]
Waveguide
Type
Compatible Flanges
23UM70
24UM70
26UM70
35UM70N
5.85 to 8.20 GHz
WR137, WG14
CAR70, PAR70, UAR 70, PDR70
23UM84
24UM84
26UM84
35UM84N
7.05 to 10.00 GHz
WR112, WG15
CBR84, UBR84, PBR84, PDR84
23UM100
24UM100
26UM100
35UM100N
8.20 to 12.40 GHz
WR90, WG16
CBR100, UBR100, PBR100, PDR100
23UM120
24UM120
26UM120
35UM120N
10.00 to 15.00 GHz
WR75, WG17
CBR120, UBR120, PBR120, PDR120
23UA187
24UA187
26UA187
35UA187N
3.95 to 5.85 GHz
WR187, WG12
CPR187F, CPR187G, UG-1352/U,
UG-1353/U, UG-1728/U, UG-1729/U,
UG-148/U, UG-149A/U
23UA137
24UA137
26UA137
35UA137N
5.85 to 8.20 GHz
WR137, WG14
CPR137F, CPR137G, UG-1356/U
UG-1357/U, UG-1732/U, UG-1733/U,
UG-343B/U, UG-344/U, UG-440B/U,
UG-441/U
23UA112
24UA112
26UA112
35UA112N
7.05 to 10.00 GHz
WR112, WG15
CPR112F, CPR112G, UG-1358/U,
UG-1359/U, UG-1734/U, UG-1735/U,
UG-52B/U, UG-51/U, UG-137B/U, UG-138/U
23UA90
24UA90
26UA90
35UA90N
8.20 to 12.40 GHz
WR90, WG16
CPR90F, CPR90G, UG-1360/U,
UG-1361/U, UG-1736/U, UG-1737/U,
UG-40B/U, UG-39/U, UG-135/U,
UG-136B/U
23UA62
24UA62
26UA62
35UA62N
12.40 to 18.00 GHz
WR62, WG18
UG-541A/U, UG-419/U, UG-1665/U,
UG1666/U
23UA42
24UA42
26UA42
35UA42K
17.00 to 26.50 GHz
WR42, WG20
UG-596A/U, UG-595/U, UG-597/U
UG-598A/U
[1] For Coaxial/Waveguide Adapter part numbers, N designates Type N and K designates K-Connector
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Phone: +358-20-741-8100
Fax: +358-20-741-8111
• Denmark
Anritsu A/S (for Service Assurance)
Anritsu AB (for Test & Measurement)
Kirkebjerg Allé 90 DK-2605 Brøndby, Denmark
Phone: +45-7211-2200
Fax: +45-7211-2210
• Russia
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Representation Office in Russia
Av. Ejército Nacional No. 579 Piso 9, Col. Granada
11520 México, D.F., México
Phone: +52-55-1101-2370
Fax: +52-55-5254-3147
Tverskaya str. 16/2, bld. 1, 7th floor.
Russia, 125009, Moscow
Phone: +7-495-363-1694
Fax: +7-495-935-8962
• U.K.
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
• United Arab Emirates
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Dubai Liaison Office
200 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 3LU, U.K.
Phone: +44-1582-433280
Fax: +44-1582-731303
• France
Anritsu S.A.
12 Avenue du Québec,
Bâtiment Iris 1-Silic 638,
91140 VILLEBON SUR YVETTE, France
Phone: +33-1-60-92-15-50
Fax: +33-1-64-46-10-65
• Germany
Anritsu GmbH
P O Box 500413 - Dubai Internet City
Al Thuraya Building, Tower 1, Suite 701, 7th Floor
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971-4-3670352
Fax: +971-4-3688460
• Singapore
Anritsu Pte. Ltd.
• India
Anritsu Pte. Ltd.
India Branch Office
3rd Floor, Shri Lakshminarayan Niwas, #2726, 80 ft Road,
HAL 3rd Stage, Bangalore - 560 075, India
Phone: +91-80-4058-1300
Fax: +91-80-4058-1301
• P. R. China (Hong Kong)
Anritsu Company Ltd.
Units 4 & 5, 28th Floor, Greenfield Tower, Concordia Plaza,
No. 1 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East,
Kowloon, Hong Kong, P.R. China
Phone: +852-2301-4980
Fax: +852-2301-3545
• P. R. China (Beijing)
Anritsu Company Ltd.
Beijing Representative Office
Room 2008, Beijing Fortune Building,
No. 5 , Dong-San-Huan Bei Road,
Chao-Yang District, Beijing 100004, P.R. China
Phone: +86-10-6590-9230
Fax: +86-10-6590-9235
• Korea
Anritsu Corporation, Ltd.
8F Hyunjuk 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 21/270 Ferntree Gully Road, Notting Hill
Victoria, 3168, Australia
Phone: +61-3-9558-8177
Fax: +61-3-9558-8255
• Taiwan
Anritsu Company Inc.
7F, No. 316, Sec. 1, Neihu Rd., Taipei 114, Taiwan
Phone: +886-2-8751-1816
Fax: +886-2-8751-1817
60 Alexandra Terrace, #02-08, The Comtech (Lobby A)
Singapore 118502
Phone: +65-6282-2400
Fax: +65-6282-2533
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Phone: +49 (0) 89 442308-0
Fax: +49 (0) 89 442308-55
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