Anritsu MS2687B Network Card User Manual

MS2687B
Spectrum Analyzer
9 kHz to 30 GHz
For evaluation of Wireless LAN equipment and devices
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High-performance microwave spectrum analyzer
covering 30 GHz
High-speed Internet services using Wireless LANs are spreading rapidly. High-speed hot-spot
wireless services are appearing in hotels, offices, restaurants. 5-GHz Wireless LAN equipment
and devices are being actively developed and there is urgent need for OFDM signal analysis.
The MS2687B Microwave Spectrum Analyzer covers a frequency range up to 30 GHz and can
measure up to 5th-order harmonics on 5-GHz Wireless LANs. Moreover, the MS2687B has a
maximum RBW of 20 MHz and is ideal for measuring the burst power of wideband signals used
by Wireless LANs. When the MX268730A Measurement Software is installed, the modulation
accuracy, of each sub-carrier of the OFDM signal can be measured at high speed and high
accuracy.
Features
• Optional measurement software (sold separately) for high-speed modulation analysis
(0.5 sec. with IEEE802.11a)
• Optional wide resolution bandwidth up to 20 MHz and narrow resolution bandwidth from 1 Hz
• Optional power meter that measures up to 32 GHz
• Data transmission speed approximately 10 times faster∗
(GPIB transmission speed: 120 kbytes/s)
∗ Comparison with our conventional models
• Optional rubidium reference oscillator for warm-up time of just 7 minutes
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For installation and maintenance of radio
stations
Basic Specifications
For R&D and manufacturing of wireless LAN
equipment and devices
Frequency range: 9 kHz to 30 GHz
Reference oscillator start-up characteristics:
5 x 10–8 or lower (standard)
1 x 10–9/7 min. or lower (option 05)
Span accuracy: ±1%
Resolution bandwidth:
300 Hz to 3 MHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 20 MHz
1 Hz to 1 kHz (option 02, FFT)
10 Hz to 1 MHz (option 04)
Average noise level: ≤–146 dBm/Hz (1 MHz to 2.5 GHz)
Input attenuator: 0 to 70 dB (10 dB step)
Save/recall of set parameters: up to 12 into/from internal memory
Output of measurement results: BMP, CSV format or printer
(ESC/P compatible model)
PC card interface: PC compatible Memory card
(Memory card equipped as standard for 32 Mbytes or over)
Display: 6.5 inch (17 cm) color TFT-LCD
Dimensions, weight: 320 (W) x 177 (H) x 411 (D) (mm), 16 O
For maintenance of microwave entrance lines
Frequency range: 9 kHz to 30 GHz
(When using external mixer: to 110 GHz)
Measure: One-touch measurement of occupied
bandwidth, channel power, and adjacent
channel leakage power
Power meter function: 100 kHz to 32 GHz
(Power sensor optionally available)
A backpack and soft carrying case convenient for field use
is also available.
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For development and production line of
various radio frequency parts
Options
Option 01: Precision frequency reference
(aging rate: 5 x 10–10/day)
Option 02: Narrow resolution bandwidth (FFT)
Option 04: Digital resolution bandwidth (RMS detection)
Option 05: Rubidium reference oscillator
Option 09: Ethernet interface
Option 18: I/Q unbalanced input
Option 21: Power meter function
Option 23: Range expansion power meter function
Option 34: 4 GHz LO output
Option 41: Power meter function retrofit
Option 43: Range expansion power meter function retrofit
Option 44: Range expansion power meter function upgrade
Option 46: Auto power recovery
Option 47: Rack mount (IEC) without handles
Option 48: Rack mount (JIS) without handles
Reference oscillator stability:
±2 x 10–8/day (standard)
±5 x 10–9/day (option 01)
Sweep time: 10 ms to 1000 s (frequency span)
1 µs to 1000 s (time span)
Sweep refresh rate: 20 trace/s
I/O interface:
GPIB, RS-232C, and Centronics equipped as standard
Ethernet (option 09) allows network control by 10BASE-T.
GPIB transfer rate: 120 kbytes/s
Warranty
Option 90: Extended three year warranty service
Option 91: Extended five year warranty service
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Easy-to-Use Panel Design
Copy
Preset
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10
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6.5 inch (17 cm)
color TFT-LCD
IF output (BNC type)
Reference input/output (BNC type)
Power
AC input
Ethernet interface (10BASE-T, optional)
RS-232C interface
VGA output
GPIB interface
Parallel interface (D-sub25)
Trigger input (BNC type)
Video signal output (BNC type)
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4
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10
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7
5
Memory card slot
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Power
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Mode selection
Main function
Rotary knob
Ten key
1st local output
Sensor input
I/Q input (BNC type)
RF input (K-J type)
Various function
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Excellent Basic Performance
High C/N ratio to securely capture
adjacent signals
Extremely low distortion rate suitable
for power amplification or harmonic
measurement
The MS2687B has excellent noise sideband
characteristics of –108 dBc/Hz or lower (1 GHz, 10 kHz
offset), which is ideal for analyzing weak signals adjacent
to strong signals or a narrow bandwidth carrier.
The MS2687B has extremely low harmonic distortion
levels, including second harmonic distortion of –90 dBc
and two-signal third-order distortion of –85 dBc, making it
suitable for evaluating the non-linearity of high-power
amplifiers and for measuring harmonics.
Example of C/N characteristics waveform
Example of two-signal third-order distortion waveform
Broad dynamic range that accurately
captures weak signals
Instantaneous evaluation of various
radio devices
Standard measure functions
With the development of digital radio technology, analyzed
signals are becoming weaker and broader than ever. With
the MS2687B, a dynamic range display of up to 156 dB
(typical value) has been achieved, thus allowing accurate
analysis of even weak signals.
The resolution bandwidth of up to 20 MHz permits the
analysis of broadband signals and can handle the broader
bandwidths of the future.
The MS2687B has a wealth of measuring functions to
perform various high-speed evaluations of radio devices
such as power measurement, frequency measurement,
adjacent channel leakage power measurement, and mask
measurement.
Optional measurement software is also available for
instantaneously analyzing various digital communication
systems by just installing the software.
Example of occupied bandwidth
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Convenient and Easy-to-Use Functions
1 Hz resolution
Built-in frequency counter
Bright and easy-to-see 6.5 inch
(17 cm) color TFT display
The built-in frequency counter is convenient for measuring
the frequency of a signals arbitrarily selected from multiple
signals. High resolution of 1 Hz even at full span is
assured.
The MS2687B has a 6.5 inch (17 cm) color TFT-LCD.
Intensity and color can be adjusted freely according to the
operating conditions.
Example of frequency counter
Example of coloring change
Multiple waveform display and
multimarkers
Easy measurement data control
allowed by various interfaces
The MS2687B is equipped with multiple waveform display
function that allows superimposition of two waveforms or
simultaneous display of analysis of frequency domain and
time domain.
It also has substantial marker functions that allow up to
10-point multimarkers to be displayed for comparison of
waveforms and measurement of harmonics.
The results of measurement with the MS2687B can be
saved at the touch of a button (in BMP or CSV format;
data can also be output to a printer). The large-capacity
memory card instead of a floppy disk which is susceptible
to mechanical failure allows accurate and high-speed
storage of important data. Various interfaces such as RS232C, Centronics, GPIB, and Ethernet (optional) permit
easy connection to a PC for data collection.
Example of harmonics measurement
Example of capture soft
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For installation and maintenance of various radio stations
Ideal for installation and maintenance
of radio stations
Short warm-up time of just 7 minutes
Various accessories ideal for
field use
A backpack and soft carrying case are available for
installation and maintenance of radio stations in the field.
Various accessories such as a rubber protective pad for
the back of the analyzer are useful precautions for field
use.
The MS2687B is a portable spectrum analyzer ideal for
installing and maintaining various radio stations. A frequency
range of 9 kHz to 30 GHz has been achieved, and by using
an external mixer, this can be extended up to 110 GHz.
This range covers the frequencies of various mobile
communication systems and applications such as
microwave entrance lines. The warm-up time of the
optional rubidium reference oscillator (option 05) is just 7
minutes, making it ideal if you have to move from one site
to another.
Optional power meter function for
highly accurate power measurement
The MS2687B has an optional power meter function that
permits measurement of up to 32 GHz. Just by mounting
a power sensor to the full-face connector, highly accurate
power measurement can be performed.
Use of the MS2687B eliminates the need to carry a power
meter to the site, and enables more efficient measurement
at the site.
Example of power measurement
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For development and production lines of
various high-frequency parts
Suitable for analysis of broadband signals
Wide resolution bandwidth of up to 20 MHz
High-speed sweep by FFT
Narrow resolution bandwidth (optional)
The MS2687B comes with a high-performance DSP as
standard. Various modulation analysis functions can be
added simply by installing measurement software. In
signal analysis mode, analysis by I/Q input (option 18
required) can be performed.
The resolution bandwidth is up to 20 MHz, which allows
the analysis of Wireless LAN signal.
Optional narrow resolution bandwidth with FFT (fast
Fourier transform) is available (option 02, 1 Hz to 1 kHz).
This option permits state-of-the-art high-speed
measurement in a narrow band that used to be impossible
with the conventional sweep method.
Example of wide bandwidth signal measurement
Example of narrow resolution bandwidth measurement
High-speed measurement for construction
of automatic manufacturing lines
The MS2687B has a high sweep rate of more than 20
times/s. A slight change of the signal can thus be
accurately captured and measured at high speed. The
GPIB transfer speed of the measured data is as fast as
120 kbytes/s, making it approximately 10 times faster than
our conventional model. Use of the optional Ethernet
interface allows connection to a LAN for centralized
management and high-speed measurement, and thus
efficient construction of production lines.
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Versatile Options for Improving Performance and Functions
[option 01]
[option 21, 41]
Power meter function
Precision frequency reference
The main unit can be used as a power meter with the
upper limit of 32 GHz by mounting an external power
sensor (see ordering information for details) to the
connector on the front panel.
Power measurement range expands from –20 to +20
dBm.
Highly-stable reference crystal oscillator option with
frequency of 10 MHz, and aging rate of 5 x 10–10/day.
[option 02]
Narrow resolution bandwidth
[option 23, 43, 44]
Realizes narrow RBW of 1 Hz to 1 kHz with FFT
adopted.
Range expansion power meter
function
The main unit can be used as a power meter with the
upper limit of 32 GHz by mounting an external power
sensor (see ordering information for details) to the
connector on the front panel.
Power measurement range expands from –30 to +20
dBm.
[option 04]
Digital resolution bandwidth
Adds RMS director and expands resolution bandwidth
(10 Hz to 1 MHz).
[option 34]
4 GHz LO output
Outputs internal 2nd local signal through rear
connector.
[option 05]
Rubidium reference oscillator
Offers excellent start-up characteristics of 10 MHz
oscillation frequency and start-up characteristics of 1 x
10–9/7 min.
[option 46]
Auto power recovery
Disables the power switch on the front panel. Power is
automatically reset after the line is restored.
[option 09]
Ethernet interface
Allows external control via 10BASE-T.
[option 47]
Rack mount (IEC) without handles
Mounts an IEC standard rack mount. When mounted,
the tilt handle (standard) is eliminated.
[option 18]
I/Q unbalanced input
Mounts 2 connectors for I/Q sync inputs and operating
inputs (BNC type) to the front panel. Measurement
software corresponding to I/Q input is required for
actual measurement.
[option 48]
Rack mount (JIS) without handles
Mounts a JIS standard rack mount. When mounted,
the tilt handle (standard) is eliminated.
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Application Software
The MS2687B Spectrum Analyzer has been designed to provide the optimum performance required for evaluation of the
advanced radio communication devices. They have a wide dynamic range, wide resolution bandwidth (20 MHz), and highspeed sweep (refresh rate: 20 times/s).
When measurement software is stalled in the mainframe, the analysis function of spectrum analyzer to each communication
system will be extended. In this case, more advanced analysis can be performed.
Selection guide
Communication system
W-CDMA
GSM
EDGE
cdmaOne
cdma2000 1x
cdma2000 1xEV-DO
π/4DQPSK
PDC
PHS
NADC (IS-136)
STD-39/T79
STD-T61
WLAN
IEEE802.11a/b/g
HiSWANa
HiperLAN2
WLAN
IEEE802.11a/b/g
HiSWANa
HiperLAN2
TD-SCDMA
Measurement software
MX268701B W-CDMA Measurement software
MX268751A W-CDMA Release5 uplink Measurement Software
MX268702A GSM Measurement software
MX268703A cdma Measurement software
MX268704A 1xEV-DO Measurement software
MX268705A π/4DQPSK Measurement software
MX268730A Wireless LAN Measurement software
MX268732A Wireless LAN Measurement software Limited Version
MX268760A TD-SCDMA Measurement Software
∗: For details, please see the data sheet of MX268X series measurement software.
• Measurement software is installed in main frame using a
memory card.
• The signal of various kinds is analyzable with the function of the measurement software installed in main
frame. The notebook PC for analyzing a signal is
unnecessary.
• Measurement software is installable in one set of a
spectrum analyzer to three.
Memory card
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MS2687B Specifications
Specified values are obtained after warming up the equipment for 30 minutes at a constant ambient temperature and then
performing calibration. The typical values are given for reference, and are not guaranteed.
Frequency range
Frequency band
Pre-selector range
Frequency
Display frequency
accuracy
Frequency counter resolution
Frequency counter
accuracy
Frequency span
Resolution bandwidth
(RBW) [3 dB bandwidth]
Video bandwidth (VBW)
Signal purity
Reference oscillator
Amplitude
Level measurement
Reference level
9 kHz to 30 GHz
Band
Frequency range
Mixer harmonics order [N]
0
9 kHz to 3.2 GHz
1
1–
3.15 to 6.3 GHz
1
1+
6.2 to 7.9 GHz
1
2+
7.8 to 15.3 GHz
2
4+
15.2 to 30 GHz
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Pre-selector range: 3.15 to 30 GHz (band 1–, 1+, 2+, 4+)
± (Display frequency x reference frequency accuracy + span x span accuracy + resolution bandwidth x
0.15 + 10 Hz x N Hz)
Normal marker: same as frequency display accuracy, Delta marker: same as span accuracy, N : Mixer
harmonics order
1 Hz, 10 Hz, 100 Hz, 1 kHz (counts the received frequency at the peak point inside the zone)
± (Display frequency x reference frequency accuracy +2 x N Hz + 1 LSD)
(at S/N 20 dB or more and RBW 3 MHz or less), N : Mixer harmonics order
Setting range: 0 Hz, and 5 kHz to 30 GHz, accuracy: ±1.0% (band 0, 1), ±2.5% (band 2, 4)
∗ At single band sweep, data point 1001
Setting range: 300 Hz to 3 MHz (1, 3 sequence), 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 20 MHz (0 band)
∗ Manually settable, or automatically settable according to frequency span
Accuracy: ±20% (300 Hz to 10 MHz), ±40% (20 MHz)
Selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB): ≤15 : 1
1 Hz to 3 MHz (1, 3 sequence), Off ∗ Manually settable, or automatically settable according to RBW
Noise singleband: ≤–108 dBc/Hz (1 GHz, 10 kHz offset), ≤–120 dBc/Hz (1 GHz, 100 kHz offset)
Spurious resulting from local cause: ≤–65 dBc (at harmonic mixing order 1)
Frequency: 10 MHz
Start-up characteristics: ≤5 x 10–8 (after 10 minutes warm-up, with frequency after 24 hours warm-up referenced)
Aging rate: ≤2 x 10–8/day, ≤1 x 10–7/year (with frequency after 24 hours of warm-up referenced)
Temperature characteristics: ±5 x 10–8 (0 to 50˚C, with frequency at 25˚C referenced)
Measurement range: Average noise level to +30 dBm
Maximum input level
Continuous average power: +30 dBm (RF ATT: ≥10 dB)
Peak pulse input: +47 dBm (pulse width ≤1 µs, duty ratio ≤1%, RF ATT: ≥30 dB)
DC voltage: 0 Vdc
Average noise level display
RBW: 300 Hz, VBW: 1 Hz, RF ATT 0 dB, in SAMPLE detection mode
≤–124 dBm + f [GHz] dB (1 MHz to 2.5 GHz, band 0)
≤–120 dBm + f [GHz] dB (2.5 to 3.2 GHz, band 0)
≤–115 dBm
(3.15 to 7.9 GHz, band 1)
≤–113 dBm
(7.8 to 15.3 GHz, band 2)
≤–103 dBm
(15.2 to 30.0 GHz, band 4)
Residual response: RF ATT 0 dB, input terminated at 50 Ω
≤–100 dBm
(1 MHz to 3.2 GHz, band 0),
≤–90 dBm
(3.15 to 7.8 GHz, band 1)
Setting range
Log scale: –100 to +40 dBm or equivalent level, Linear scale: 2.24 µV to 22.4 V
Unit
Log scale: dBm, dBµV, dBmV, dBµV (emf), W, V, dBµV/m
Linear scale: V
Reference level accuracy:
±0.5 dB (–49.9 to 0 dBm), ±0.75 dB (+0.1 to +30 dBm, –69.9 to –50 dBm), ±1.5 dB (–80 to –70 dBm)
∗ After calibration, at 50 MHz, span: 1 MHz (when RF ATT, RBW, VBW, and sweep time set to AUTO)
RBW switching uncertainty:
±0.3 dB (300 Hz to 5 MHz), ±0.5 dB (10, 20 MHz)
∗ After calibration, with RBW 3 kHz referenced
Input attenuator (RF ATT):
Setting range: 0 to 70 dB (10 dB step), manually settable, or automatically settable according to reference level
Switching uncertainty: ±0.3 dB (10 to 50 dB), ±0.5 dB (50 to 70 dB)
∗ With 50 MHz, RF ATT 10 dB referenced
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Frequency response
Amplitude
Waveform display
Spurious response
1 dB gain compression
Sweep mode
Frequency sweep
Sweep time
Trigger switch
Trigger source
Gate sweep mode
Zone sweep
Tracking sweep
Sweep mode
Time sweep
Sweep time
Trigger switch
Trigger source
Functions
Trigger delay
Number of data points
Detection mode
Display functions
Storage functions
Relative flatness: at RF ATT 10 dB with the center point of frequency response in the band referenced
±1.0 dB (9 kHz to 3.2 GHz, band 0), ±1.5 dB (3.15 to 7.9 GHz, band 1)
±3.0 dB (7.8 to 15.3 GHz, band 2), ±4.0 dB (15.2 to 30 GHz, band 4)
∗ After pre-selector tuning for band 1, 2, and 4
Absolute flatness: at RF ATT 10 dB with 50 MHz referenced
±5.0 dB (9 kHz to 30 GHz),
∗ After pre-selector tuning for band 1, 2, and 4
Scale: 10 div (single scale)
Log scale: 10, 5, 2, 1 dB/div, Linear scale: 10, 5, 2, 1%/div
Linearity (after calibration)
Log scale: ±0.4 dB (0 to –20 dB, RBW ≤1 kHz), ±1.0 dB (0 to –70 dB, ≤1 kHz),
±1.2 dB (0 to –90 dB, ≤1 kHz)
Linear scale: 4% of reference level
Marker level resolution
Log scale: 0.01 dB, linear scale: 0.02%
2nd harmonic distortion:
≤–60 dBc (input frequency 10 to 200 MHz, Mixer input: –30 dBm)
≤–70 dBc (0.2 to 1.6 GHz, band 0, Mixer input: –30 dBm)
≤–90 dBc or lower than average noise level (1.6 to 15 GHz, band 1, 2, and 4, Mixer input: –10 dBm)
Two-signal third-order intermodulation distortion (Frequency difference of two signals: ≥50 kHz, Mixer
input: –30 dBm)
≤–70 dBc (10 to 100 MHz),
≤–85 dBc (0.1 to 3.2 GHz, band 0)
≤–80 dBc (3.15 to 7.9 GHz, band 1)
≤–75 dBc or lower than average noise level (7.8 to 15.3 GHz, band 2)
≤–75 dBc or lower than average noise level (15.2 to 30 GHz, band 4, Typical)
Image response: ≤–65 dBc (≤18 GHz), ≤–60 dBc (≤22 GHz), ≤–55 dBc (≤30 GHz)
Multiple response/spurious outside the band:
≤–60 dBc (≤22 GHz), ≤–55 dBc (≤30 GHz)
≥0 dBm (≥100 MHz), ≥+3 dBm (≥500 MHz, band 0), ≥–5 dBm (≥3150 MHz, band 1, 2, and 4)
Continuous, single
Setting range: 10 ms to 1000 s ∗ Manual setting and span automatically settable according to RBW and VBW
Set resolution: 5 ms (5 ms to 1 s), Top three digits (≥1 s)
Accuracy: ±3%
Free run, triggered
Wide IF video, external (TTL), external (±10 V), line
Off, random sweep mode
Setting range
Gate delay range: 0 to 65.5 ms (Resolution: 1 µs)
Gate length range: 2 µs to 65.5 ms (Resolution: 1 µs)
Gate end: Internal/external
Sweeps the indicated range in the zone only.
Sweeps following the peak point inside the zone marker (zone sweep also available).
Continuous, single
Setting range/resolution: 1 to 50 µs (1, 2, 5 sequence), 100 µs to 4.9 ms (100 µs resolution)
5.0 ms to 1 s (5 ms resolution), 1 to 1000 s (setting of top three digits)
Accuracy: ±1%
Free run, triggered
Wide IF video, video, external (TTL), external (±10 V), line
Pre-trigger (displays waveform before trigger occurrence point)
Setting range: –time span to 0 s
Resolution: time span/500 or 100 ns, whichever is larger
Post-trigger
Setting range: 0 µs to 65.5 ms
Resolution: 100 ns (sweep time: ≤4.9 ms), 1 µs (sweep time: ≥5 ms)
Selectable between 501 and 1001
NORMAL, POSITIVE PEAK, NEGATIVE PEAK, SAMPLE, AVERAGE
TRACE A, TRACE B, TRACE A/BG, TRACE A/TIME
Trace calculation: A → B, B → A, A <=> B, A + B → A, A – B → A, A – B + DL → A
NORMAL, VIEW, MAX HOLD, MIN HOLD, AVERAGE, CUMULATIVE, OVER WRITE
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MS2687B Specifications
Functions
Marker
Measure
Others
Correction
Display
Color
Intensity
Contents
Save/recall
Hard copy
GPIB
Parallel interface
PC card interface
RS-232C
Input/output connector
External mixer
Dimensions, weight
Power
Ambient temperature and
humidity
Storage temperature range
EMC
LVD
Single search: AUTO TUNE, PEAK → CF, PEAK → REF, SCROLL
Zone marker: NORMAL, DELTA
Marker functions: MARKER → CF, MARKER → REF, MARKER → CF STEP SIZE,
∆ MARKER → SPAN, ZONE → SPAN
Peak search: PEAK, NEXT PEAK, MIN DIP, NEXT DIP
Multi marker: 10 max. (highest 10, harmonics, manually set)
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Noise power: dBm/Hz, dBm/CH, dBµV/√ Hz
C/N: dBc/Hz, dBc/CH
Occupied bandwidth: power N% method, X-dB down method
Adjacent channel leakage power
REF: total power/reference level/in-band level method
Display: channel designate display: (3 channels x 2), graphic display
Average power within burst signal: average power in the designated range of time domain waveform
Template comparison (at time sweep): upper limit x 2, lower limit x 2
MASK (at frequency sweep): upper limit x 2, lower limit x 2
Frequency response can be corrected arbitrarily up to 150 points
Color TFT-LCD, VGA 17 cm (6.5 type)
Number of colors: 4096, RGB, each 16-scale settable
Settable in 5 steps (display off included)
Scale, waveform data, setting condition, menu, title
Saves and recalls setting conditions and waveform data to internal memory (max. 12) or memory card
Displayed data can be hard-copied with the printer via parallel interface
(PCL level 3 or lower, or ESC/P-J83, J84 compatible models only)
Meets IEEE488.2. Controllable with external controller (except for power switch)
Interface function: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C0, E2
Centronics-compatible, outputs print data to printer, D-sub
25 pin
connector
(jack)
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Data line exclusive for output: 8, Control line: 4 (BUSY, DTSB, ERROR, PE)
Saves and recalls setting condition and waveform data, Memory card accessible (3.3/5 V),
Connector: Type Ι or Type ΙΙ of PC card
Controllable with external controller (except for power switch)
Baud rate: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19.2 k, 38.4 k, 56 k, 115 kbps
Input connector: K-J, 50 Ω nominal value,
Impedance: VSWR ≤2.3 Typical (RF ATT ≥10 dB)
Video output: outputs analog RGB, D-sub 15-pin connector (jack)
IF output: BNC connector, 50 Ω nominal value, 66/10.69 MHz,
Level: –10 dBm Typical, (frequency 50 MHz, display scale upper edge, 50 Ω terminated)
Broadband IF output: BNC connector, 50 Ω nominal value, 60.69/66 MHz
Gain: 0 dB Typical (50 MHz, RF ATT: 0 dB, for RF input level)
Video output (Y): BNC connector
Level: 0 to 0.5 V ± 0.1 V Typical (log scale), 0 to 0.4 V ± 0.1 V Typical (linear scale),
(50 MHz, from upper edge to lower edge at 10 dB/div or 10%/div, 75 Ω terminated)
Buffered Output: BNC connector,
Level: 2 to 5 V (p-p) (200 Ω terminated)
Sweep Output (X): BNC connector,
Level: 0 to 10 V ± 0.1 V (≥100 kΩ termination, from the left edge to the right edge of the display scale,
single band sweep)
Sweep Status Output (Z): BNC connector,
Level: TTL (low level at sweep)
Probe source: 4-pole connector, +12 V, –12 V, ±10% each, 110 mA max. each.
Trig/Gate input: BNC connector, level: ±10 V (0.1 V resolution), or TTL level
External reference input: BNC connector,
Frequency: 10 MHz ± 10 Hz, 13 MHz ± 13 Hz, level: ≥0 dBm
Frequency range: 18 to 110 GHz, For the details, refer to the last page.
320 (W) x 177 (H) x 411 (D) mm (handle, leg, front cover, fan cover excluded), ≤16 O (nominal value)
100 to 120/200 to 240 Vac (–15%/+10%, 250 V max., wide range input)
47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤400 VA
0˚ to +50˚C, RH ≤85%
(no condensation allowed)
–20˚ to +60˚C
EN61326: 1997/A2: 2001 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 2000 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A2: 2001 (Annex A)
EN61010-1: 2001 (Pollution Degree 2)
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Options
Option 01: Precision frequency reference oscillator
Frequency
Start-up characteristics
Aging rate
Temperature characteristics
10 MHz
≤5 x 10–8 (≤7 min. 25˚C, Typical)
≤±5 x 10–10/day (With the frequency at 24 hours after the power is turned on referenced)
≤±5 x 10–10 (With the frequency at 0 to 50˚C and 25˚C referenced)
Option 02: Narrow resolution bandwidths (FFT)
Resolution bandwidth
Span setting
Average noise level display
Setting range: 1 Hz to 1 kHz (1, 3 sequence)
Bandwidth accuracy: ±10% (RBW = 30, 300 Hz)
±10% Typical (RBW = 1, 3, 10, 100, 1 kHz)
RBW selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB): ≤5:1
RBW switching uncertainty: ±0.5 dB
Minimum setting span: 100 Hz
When RBW is 1 Hz, RF ATT is 0 dB
≤–146.5 dBm + 1.5 f [GHz] dB Typical (1 MHz to 2.5 GHz, band 0)
≤–142.5 dBm + 1.5 f [GHz] dB Typical (2.5 to 3.2 GHz, band 0)
≤–137.5 dBm Typical
(3.15 to 7.9 GHz, band 1)
≤–135.5 dBm Typical
(7.8 to 15.3 GHz, band 2)
≤–125.5 dBm Typical
(15.2 to 30 GHz, band 4)
Option 04: Digital resolution bandwidth
Resolution bandwidth
Detection mode
Average noise level
Setting range: 10 Hz to 1 MHz (1, 3 sequence)
Bandwidth accuracy: ±10% (RBW ≥100 Hz)
±10% Typical (RBW ≤30 Hz)
Bandwidth selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB):
≤5:1 (RBW ≥100 Hz)
≤5:1 Typical (RBW ≤30 Hz)
RBW switching uncertainty: ±0.5 dB
NORMAL, POSITIVE PEAK, NEGATIVE PEAK, SAMPLE, RMS
RMS: displays root-mean-square value of average power between sample points
When RBW is 10 Hz, RF ATT is 0 dB
≤–136.5 dBm + f [GHz] dB Typical
(1 MHz to 2.5 GHz, band 0)
≤–132.5 dBm + f [GHz] dB Typical
(2.5 to 3.2 GHz, band 0)
≤–127.5 dBm Typical
(3.15 to 7.9 GHz, band 1)
≤–125.5 dBm Typical
(7.8 to 15.3 GHz, band 2)
≤–115.5 dBm Typical
(15.2 to 30 GHz, band 4)
Option 05: Rubidium reference oscillator
Frequency
Start-up characteristics
Aging rate
Temperature characteristics
Accessories
10 MHz
±1 x 10–9/7 min. (with frequency one hour after the power is turned on referenced)
±1 x 10–10/month (with frequency one hour after the power is turned on referenced)
±1 x 10–9 (with frequency at 0 to 45˚C and 25˚C referenced)
J1066 coaxial code 0.15 m (BNC211-LP4)
Option 09: Ethernet interface
Function
Connector
Control with external controller (except for power switch)
10BASE-T
Option 18: I/Q unbalanced input
Connector
Impedance
Input level range
BNC
Selectable between 1 MΩ (parallel capacity <100 pF) and 50 Ω
Differential voltage range: 0.1 to 1 Vp-p (at input terminal)
Changeable between DC connection and AC connection
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Options
Option 21, 41: Power meter function
Frequency range
Applicable power sensor
Power measurement range
Display
Range switching
Accuracy
Zero setting
Zero move between ranges
Calibration oscillator frequency
Calibration oscillator level
Averaging
100 kHz to 32 GHz, Depends on the power sensor used.
MA4601A (100 kHz to 5.5 GHz), MA4701A (10 MHz to 18 GHz),
MA4703A (50 MHz to 26.5 GHz), MA4705A (50 MHz to 32 GHz)
–20 to +20 dBm
Selectable from W, dBm, and dB (RELATIVE), Digital 4 digit display, 20% over range,
Power range: 4 range/10 dB step (Measurement level range is listed on the power sensor specifications.)
Auto, manual (settable to arbitrary range irrespective of range hold or input level)
±0.7% (W mode), ±0.03 dB (dBm mode, dB (RELATIVE) mode)
∗ Pressing ZERO ADJ key allows automatic adjustment to zero point.
±0.5% of full scale Typical value (100 µW range of maximum sensitivity)
±0.2% (after zero setting at 100µW range of maximum sensitivity)
50 MHz
1 mW ± 1.2% (for one year)
An average count can be set from 2 to 10.
Option 23, 43, 44: Range expansion power meter function
Frequency range
Applicable power sensor
Power measurement range
Display
Power range
Range switching
Accuracy
Zero setting
Zero move between ranges
Calibration oscillator frequency
Calibration oscillator level
Averaging
100 kHz to 32 GHz ( Depends on the power sensor used )
MA4601A (100 kHz to 5.5 GHz), MA4701A (10 MHz to 18 GHz),
MA4703A (50 MHz to 26.5 GHz), MA4705A (50 MHz to 32 GHz)
–30 to +20 dBm
Selectable from W, dBm, and dB (RELATIVE), Digital 4 digit display, 20% over range
5 range / 10 dB step (Measurement level range is listed on the power sensor specifications.)
full scale value: –20, –10, 0, +10, +20 (10 µW to 100 mW)
Auto, manual (settable to arbitrary range irrespective of range hold or input level)
±0.6% (W mode), ±0.026 dB (dBm mode, dB (RELATIVE) mode)
When including the zero drift in range1 (10 µW range) is as follows.
±1.2% (W mode), ±0.052 dB (dBm mode, dB (RELATIVE) mode)
Pressing ZERO ADJ key allows automatic adjustment to zero point.
±0.6% of full scale Typical value (10 µW range of maximum sensitivity)
±0.2% of full scale (after zero setting at 10 µW range of maximum sensitivity)
50 MHz
1 mW ± 1.2% (for one year)
An average count can be set from 2 to 10.
Option 34: 4 GHz LO output
Frequency
Output level
Spurious
Frequency: 4 GHz
Frequency accuracy: ± (4 GHz x reference frequency accuracy) ±1 Hz
–10 dBm Typical
≤–40 dBc Typical
Option 46: Auto power recovery
Function
Disables the power switch on the front panel and automatically restores power after power failure.
ON/OFF operation can be performed using the standby switch on the rear panel.
∗ Power switch on the front panel of this unit does not have a latching function. Therefore, if power is
interrupted in the ON status, the standby status is kept even after power is restored.
Option 47: Rack mount (IEC)
Function
Mounts the rack mount for IEC standard-compatible rack. When mounted, the tilt handle (standard) is eliminated.
Option 48: Rack mount (JIS)
Function
Mounts the rack mount for JIS standard-compatible rack. When mounted, the tilt handle (standard) is eliminated.
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Ordering Information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/order No.
MS2687B
Name
– Main frame –
Spectrum Analyzer
J0996B
Z0744
F0014
MX268001A
W1754AE
– Standard accessories –
Power cord, 2.6m
RS-232C cable
Memory card (32MB)
Fuse, 6.3 A
File Transfer Utility
MS2681A/83A/87B operation manual
Model/order No.
:1 pc
:1 pc
:1 pc
:1 pc
:1 pc
:1 copy
MS2687B-46
MS2687B-47
MS2687B-48
– Options –
Precision frequency reference
(Aging rate: 5 x 10–10/day)
Narrow resolution bandwidths (FFT)
Digital resolution bandwidth
Rubidium reference oscillator
Ethernet interface
I/Q unbalanced input
Power meter function
Range expansion power meter function
4 GHz LO output
Power meter function retrofit
Range expansion power meter function retrofit
Range expansion power meter function
upgrade
Auto power recovery
Rack mount (IEC) without handles
Rack mount (JIS) without handles
MS2687B-90
MS2687B-91
– Warranty –
Extended three year warranty service
Extended five year warranty service
MS2687B-01
MS2687B-02
MS2687B-04
MS2687B-05
MS2687B-09
MS2687B-18
MS2687B-21
MS2687B-23
MS2687B-34
MS2687B-41
MS2687B-43
MS2687B-44
J0576D
J0561
J0104A
J0127C
J0127A
DGM010-02000EE
DGM024-02000EE
J0911
J0912
J0007
J0008
J1047
MA1612A
MA1621A
MP614B
J0395
J0078
B0472
34AKNF50
MA2507A
J0805
MX268701B
W1746AE
MX268702A
W1854AE
MX268703A
W1865AE
MX268704A
W2090AE
MX268705A
W1866AE
MX268730A
W2080AE
MX268760A
W2593AE
MX268751A
W2617AE
– Measurement software –
W-CDMA Measurement Software
W-CDMA Measurement Software operation
manual
GSM Measurement Software
GSM Measurement Software operation
manual
cdma Measurement Software
cdma Measurement Software operation manual
1xEV-DO Measurement Software
1xEV-DO Measurement Software operation
manual
π/4DQPSK Measurement Software
π/4DQPSK Measurement Software operation
manual
WIRELESS LAN Measurement Software
WIRELESS LAN Measurement Software
operation manual
TD-SCDMA Measurement Software
TD-SCDMA Measurement Software operation
manual
W-CDMA Release5 uplink Measurement
Software
W-CDMA Release5 uplink Measurement
Software operation manual
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B0452A
B0452B
B0488
W1888AW
B0481B
B0479
MA4601A
MA4701A
MA4703A
MA4705A
J0370A
J0370C
J0370E
J0370G
MA2741A
MA2742A
MA2743A
MA2744A
MA2745A
MA2746A
J0364
Name
– Application parts –
Coaxial cord (N-P, 5D-2W, N-P), 2 m
Coaxial cord (N-P, 5D-2W, N-P), 2 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P, RG-55/U, BNC-P), 1 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P, RG-58A/U, BNC-P), 0.5 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P, RG-58A/U, BNC-P), 1 m
Coaxial cord (general use, N-P · N-P, DC to 18
GHz), 2 m
Coaxial cord (low-loss type, N-P · N-P, DC to
18 GHz), 2 m
Coaxial cord (K-P · K-P, DC to 40 GHz), 1 m
Coaxial cord (K-P · K-P, DC to 40 GHz), 0.5 m
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Ethernet cross cable, 5 m
Four-port Junction Pad (5 to 3000 MHz)
50 Ω → 75 Ω Impedance Transformer (75 Ω,
9 kHz to 3 GHz, ±100 V, NC-type)
50 ↔ 70 Ω Impedance Converter (50 to 1200
MHz, 1.5 dB or lower)
Fixed attenuator for high-power (30 dB, 30 W,
DC to 9 GHz)
High power attenuator
(N type, 20 dB, 10 W, DC to 18 GHz)
Fixed attenuator for high-power
(N type, 30 dB, 100 W, DC to 18 GHz)
Ruggedized K-to-Type N Adapter
DC Block Adaptor
(50 Ω, 9 kHz to 3 GHz, ±50 V)
DC block, N type
(10 kHz to 18 GHz, made by wineshell)
Hard carrying case (with casters)
Hard carrying case (without casters)
Rear panel protective pad
Assembling guide drawing for rear protective pad
Soft carrying case supporter
Soft carrying case (rucksack type)
Power Sensor
(100 kHz to 5.5 GHz, –30 to +20 dBm, N connector)
Power Sensor
(10 MHz to 18 GHz, –30 to +20 dBm, N connector)
Power Sensor
(50 MHz to 26.5 GHz, –30 to +20 dBm, APC3.5(P)
connector)
Power Sensor
(50 MHz to 32 GHz, –30 to +20 dBm, APC3.5(P)
connector)
Sensor connecting cord, 1.5 m (for power
meter option)
Sensor cord, 2.5 m (for power meter option)
Sensor cord, 5 m (for power meter option)
Sensor cord, 10 m (for power meter option)
External Mixer (26.5 to 40 GHz)
External Mixer (33 to 50 GHz)
External Mixer (40 to 60 GHz)
External Mixer (50 to 75 GHz)
External Mixer (60 to 90 GHz)
External Mixer (75 to 110 GHz)
APC-3.5 to N conversion connector
(for MA4703A and MA4605A)
Mainframe specifications when external mixer is used.
Input/Output
Amplitude
External Mixer
Frequency range: 18 to 110 GHz
Frequency band:
Band
K
Ka
Q
U
V
E
W
Frequency
Span setting range
Mixer transform loss
setting range
Maximum input level
Average noise level
Frequency response
Adaptive mixer
Local frequency
IF frequency
Display gain
Frequency range
18 to 26.5 GHz
26.5 to 40 GHz
33 to 55 GHz
40 to 60 GHz
50 to 75 GHz
60 to 90 GHz
75 to 110 GHz
Mixer harmonics order [N]
4
6
8
9 or 10
11 or 12
13 or 14
16
0 Hz, (100 x N) Hz to each bandwidth
15 to 85 dB
Depend of external mixer
Depend of external mixer
Depend of external mixer
Only 2 port mixer
4 to 7 GHz
460.69 or 466 MHz
0 ±2 dB (External mixer input level –10 dBm, Mixer transform loss 15 dB)
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 S.A.
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
• 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. MS2687B-E-A-1-(4.00)
Printed in Japan
2005-10
ddc/CDT
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