Anritsu 2002 EMI Catalog
CONTENTS
Outline of Anritsu Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
How to Use This Catalog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product Support Literature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2
3
Sales, Shipping, and Service Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
Sales Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7
Alphabetical Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11
Model Number Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
15
New Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Quality and Reliability Assurance System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Request for measuring instruments not appearing
in this catalog will also be accepted.
Optical Measuring Instruments .................................................
1
Digital Link Measuring Instruments
2
3 Data Communications Measuring Instruments
4 Digital Mobile Communications Measuring Instruments
5 HandHeld Measuring Instruments
6 Spectrum Analyzers
7 Network Analyzers
8 Electronic Counters, Power Meters, Voltmeter
9 Signal Generators
10 Radio Communications, EMI Measuring Test Instruments
11 Analog Transmission Characteristics Measuring Instruments
Microwave Measuring Instruments
12
Microwave Components
13
Broadband Test Equipment
14
Peripheral Equipment & Parts
15
• Tunable Laser Source • Optical Component Tester • SLD Light Source • Stabilized Light Source • Optical Power Meters
• Multi Channel Box • Optical Loss Test Set • Optical Time Domain Reflectometers • Optical Spectrum Analyzer • WDM Network
Tester • Optical Amplifier Test System • Optical Channel Selector • E/O, O/E Converter • Optical Directional Coupler • Others
.........................................
• Pulse Pattern Generators • Error Detectors • 10 GHz Jitter Analyzer • Digital Data Analyzers • SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM
Analyzers • Portable 2.5G/10G Analyzer • Data Quality Analyzer • ATM Quality Analyzer • PCM Channel Analyzer • Digital
Transmission Analyzer • STM/SONET Analyzer • PCM Codec Analyzer
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129
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195
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205
• Network Data Analyzer • Data Transmission Analyzer
• Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Testers • Digital Modulation Signal Generators • Signalling Testers • Radio Communication
Analyzers • W-CDMA Area Tester • Radio Communication Test System • Measuring Receiver • Error Rate Tester
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291
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303
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349
• HandHeld Spectrum Analyzer • Cable Mate • Site Master
•
Spectrum Analyzers
•
Pre-Amplifier
• Vector Network Measurement System • Power Amplifier Test System (PATS) • Vector Network Analyzers • Vector Network
Analyzer Automatic Calibrator • Network Analyzers • Scalar Network Analyzer • Reflection Bridges • Transformers
dB
m
W V
Hz
•
Microwave Frequency Counters
•
•
Synthesized Sweep/Signal Generators
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387
............................................................................
399
Power Meters
•
•
Voltmeter
Synthesized Signal Generators
• Level Generators
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• Measuring Receiver • Radio Communication Analyzer • Frequency Converter • Interference/Field Strength Meters • Antennas
• EMI Measuring Systems • EMI Probe • Optional Accessories
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• Calibration Receiver • Level Meter • Transmission Measuring Set • Selective Level Meter • Resistance Attenuator
..........................................
• Radar Test System • Microwave Repeater Checker • Signal Generator • Programmable Attenuators
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• Connectors • Cables, Adapters • Terminations • Attenuators • SWR Bridges • SWR Autotesters • Airlines
• Open/Shorts, Detectors • Power Dividers/Splitters • Bias Tees • DC Blocks • Power Sensors • Test Fixtures • Limiters
• Matching Pads • Connector Tools
.........................................................
• DATSPLUS • eDATS • BTS • MATSPLUS® • SMATSPLUS® • Tapestry
®
®
®
®
OSS
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• Pads • Impedance Transformer • Directional Couplers • Branch • High-Pass Filter • Fixed Attenuator for High Power
Measurement • Portable Test Rack • RF Amplifier • High Speed Driver • Bessel Filter • Phase Shifter • Bias Tee • Coaxial Cords,
Adapters • Dimensions of Waveguide Flanges • Accessories for F-Series Cabinets • Accessories for E-Series Cabinets
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449
453
519
525
OUTLINE OF ANRITSU CORPORATION
Anritsu Corporation’s predecessor, Anritsu Electric Co., Ltd., was
created by the merger in 1931 of Sekisansha Co., which was founded in 1895 as a manufacturer of wire communication equipment, and
Annaka Denki Seisakusho, which was established in 1900 as a pioneer in wireless communication equipment. The company name was
changed to Anritsu Corporation in 1985, reflecting the firm’s status
as an international enterprise and major player in advanced technology. Anritsu continues to draw on its long history and experience in
wire and wireless communication equipment, and is a leading manufacture of a wide variety of advanced products, including communication equipment, instrumentation and control equipment, information terminals, and manufacturing equipment. In particular, Anritsu is
acknowledged as the world leader in measurement systems for optical/super high-speed digital communications.
Anritsu products are used in a diverse range of industrial areas by
customers in more than 100 countries worldwide. Since July 2000,
Anritsu has been strengthening its corporate management through
Established ............................................................. March 17, 1931
Paid-up capital ...................................................... ¥14,024,000,000
Employees .............................................................................. 5,000
structural reform to adapt flexibly and responsively as a global corporation to the changing management environment in the 21st century.
One measure is the introduction of an internal company system that
reorganizes the traditional groups into four independent companies
each with clear management responsibility in order to provide cutting-edge and optimum solutions accurately reflecting customer requirements.
To ensure that Anritsu products are of the highest quality, the Anritsu
Group is establishing a quality system conforming to international
standards, and has become registered as an ISO9001 quality assurance corporation by JQA.
Meanwhile, Anritsu’s Atsugi Factory and Tohoku Anritsu Corporation
have earned ISO14001 environmental management certification,
demonstrating our dedication to preserving the natural environment.
In order to continue to be our customer’s best partner, we will intensify our efforts to evolve in step with the constantly changing Internet
Society.
Head Office
Head Office
5-10-27, Minamiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8570, Japan
Phone: +81-3-3446-1111
Fax: +81-3-3442 -0235
See page 7 for sales network.
ANRITSU COMPANY
490 Jarvis Drive, Morgan Hill, CA 95037-2809, U.S.A.
Phone: +1-408-776-8300
Fax: +1-408-776-2290
ANRITSU COMPANY Factory
Atsugi Factory
Anritsu Homepage
http://www.anritsu.com
http://www.anritsu.com
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HOW TO USE THIS CATALOG
Index
• Data sheets
Three easy ways to find the information you need.
• Use the Alphabetical Index on pages 11 to 14.
• Use the Model Number Index on pages 15 to 21 to locate a specific
instrument by model number.
Besides this general catalog, individual data sheets of main products
are available on request. Outlines, features, applications, and specifications of the product are described in detail on each data sheet.
Standard products
All measuring instruments appearing in this catalog are standard products. For information on non-standard instruments please contact us.
New products
Identifies products developed and introduced in the period from July
2000 to June 2001.
Measuring instruments whose outline views are marked with
conform to EMC (EN61326, EN61000-3-2) and LVD(EN61010-1
Safety) standards. Please contact your Anritsu sales representative
with any inquiries.
Specification changes
We reserve the right to discontinue any item without notice and to
change specifications at any time without incurring any obligation to
incorporate new features in instruments or parts previously sold.
Accessories
Two types of accessories are available: Supplied and Optional. All instruments include the cost of supplied accessories, including fuses
and one operation (or instruction) manual in English. The cost of optional accessories, however, is not included and, therefore, the optional accessories will be supplied only on request.
• Measuring cords
The measuring cord in the accessory column is indicated in the sequence of Connector · Cord · Connector.
A type S connector is compatible to a type N.
• Application notes
Application notes are prepared for further information on application details about the specific product.
Numerical values used in this catalog
All numerical values are expressed according to the following units:
• Output voltage of signal generator
The output voltage expressed in a unit of dB or dBµ is calibrated in
terms of e.m.f. (open circuit output voltage). 1 µV is equal to 0 dB
or 0 dBµ.
• Input power of level meter
The input power is expressed in a unit of dBm which is terminated by
nominal impedance. 0 dBm is equal to 1 mW.
Even if the input power is applied to the “high” impedance input terminal, the indicated value is calibrated as mentioned above.
• Power supply voltage
Any rated voltage between 100 V and 240 V is available. Normal operation can be obtained within ±10% of each rated voltage (however, maximum permissible operating voltage is 250 V).
• Ambient temperature, rated range of use
“Ambient temperature, rated range of use” in the specifications represents the range of ambient temperature which guarantees values
given in specifications.
• External dimensions
External dimensions are indicated in width, height, and depth in
millimeters, and do not include controls, fittings, or stands.
• Measuring instruments with GPIB
Measuring instruments whose outline views are marked with GPIB
can be integrated into a system with GPIB.
Technical publications
In this catalog you will notice that an outline of usage, noteworthy
points, and standards has been prepared. If further information is required please contact us directly. We will be happy to send you the
technical publications of your choice.
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For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
• Technical notes
Technical explanations of specific products are detailed in these
brochures.
PRODUCT SUPPORT LITERATURE
Product support literature
Model
Technical note
Application note
Product introduction
37000
√
3658 AUTOCAL
√
37100C/37200C/37300C
√
68C/69B
√
MD6420A
√
√
MD6430A
√
√
√
MD8480A
√
ME3401A
√
ME7220A
√
ME7808A
√
√
ME7812 series
√
ME7840A
√
ME7894A/MG9541A
MG3633A
√
√
√
√
MG3660A/3670B/3671A
For GSM/DCS1800
√
MG3670B
√
MG3670C/3671B
√
MG3670C/3671B/0310A
√
MG3672A
√
MG3681A
√
√
MG3690A
MG9001A
√
MG9002A
√
√
√
√
ML8720B
ML9001A
√
√
√
ML9002A
√
ML910B
√
MN9625A/9626A
√
MP1220A
MP1560A
√
√
MP1570A
√
√
√
MP1570A1
MP1580A
√
√
MP1630B
√
√
√
MP1632A
√
MP1630B/1632A
MP1763C/1764C
√
√
√
MP1763C/1764C/1777A
√
MP1776A
MP1777A
√
MS2650/2660 series
√
√
√
√
MS4622 A/B/C
√
MS4623 A/B/C
MS8604A
√
MS8604A
√
√
√
Definition of modulation accuracy
MS8604A, MG3670B
√
MS8604A, MG3670B
√
For DECT
For GSM/PCN
√
MS8608A
MS8609A
For application software
√
MS2711B
MS371A
√
MS9720A
√
MT8801C
√
√
MT9810A
MT9810A, MN9662A9664A/9672A/9674A
√
MW9060A
√
MW9076 series
√
√
MX262001A
S113C/S114C
√
√
S251C
S331C/S332C
Remarks
√
S820A
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SALES, SHIPPING AND SERVICE INFORMATION
Order by model number
Replacing parts
When ordering, please specify the model number and name of the
instrument desired, for example, “MP1570A SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM
Analyzer.” To prevent misunderstandings, include all necessary specifications and specific instructions in your order. That is to say, include all special options or features such as special color, nonstandard power line voltage, etc. To expedite your order we suggest that
you contact us directly.
To ensure you get the right replacement part in the shortest possible
time, please indicate:
• The name, model number, and serial number of the instrument for
which the part is sought.
• The name and number of the part as listed in the parts list in the
instruction manual.
Shipment
When returning the instrument to Anritsu for repairs, the following
suggestions will help us return it to you in the shortest possible time:
• Send complete instructions about what you would like done to the
instrument.
• If possible, include the “symptoms” or “defects”.
• Indicate the return address, and, if different, the address to be used
for billing purposes.
All repairs and recalibrations are carried out at our factory.
Generally, instruments will be shipped within two months of receipt
of your order. In the case of “Custom-made products” mentioned in
the footnotes, shipment may take from 4 to 7 months. Every endeavor will be made to maintain delivery dates, but no liability is accepted for loss, damage, or delay of instruments, for reasons which
are out of our control.
Terms
Unless previous terms have been arranged, we will use one of the
following:
• Full payment in advance of shipment
• Sight draft against an irrevocable confirmed letter of credit
Quotations and pro forma invoices
FOB, CIF, C&F, etc., quotations and pro forma invoices are available
on request. The instrument price includes packing a charge.
Inspection surcharge
An inspection surcharge is applied to all orders requiring inspection
by government agencies or individually appointed inspectors at our
factory.
Special products made-to-order
Requests for remodeling standard products for special use will be
accepted, but only after detailed discussions.
Returning instrument for repairs
Extension service
The normal warranty term is one year, but may be extended to three
or five years as an option when purchasing equipment. For three or
five years extension service, please ask your local Anritsu Field
Office or Sales Representative for price and availability.
Duroid is a registered trademark of Bunker Ramo Corporation.
MS-DOS is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
i386/i486 are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.
APC-3.5 is a registered trademark of Amphenol North America, a division of
Bunker Ramo Corporation.
K Connector and V Connector are registered trademarks of Wiltron company.
LabWindows and LabVIEW are registered trademarks of National Instruments.
LRL/LRM-Calibration method of Rhode & Schwartz, Germany
Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logos are trademarks owned by the Bluetooth
SIG, Inc., U.S.A. and licensed to the Anritsu Corporation.
WARRANTY
All other express warranties are disclaimed and all implied warranties for this product including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are limited
in duration to a period of one year from the date of delivery. In no event shall all Anritsu
group be liable to the customer for any damages, including lost profits, or other incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use this product.
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For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
SALES, SHIPPING AND SERVICE INFORMATION
Repair/calibration
Extended service life of these products ended in December 2000.
Calibration is available.
Model
560
560-6N50
560-6N75
560-6NF50
560-6NF75
560A
610C/D
6100C/D
6200C/D
6237[ ]
6247[ ]
640
640E
640G50
640G75
640T/R/E
6400-6N50
6400-6 series
6407
6409
DPR7713B
M-262[ ]
M-321[ ]
MA61A
MA911A
MA912A
MA912B
MA913[ ]
MA9304A
MA9308A
MA95A
MA9501A
MA96A/E/F
MA97A/B
MA98B
MC3601A
MC3602A
MD1401B
ME314A
ME320A
ME434[ ]
ME462B
ME520A/C
ME525[ ]
ME642A
ME643A
ME9301A
ME96A/B/C
ME98[ ]
MF55[ ]
MF56[ ]
MF62[ ]
MF63A
MF64A
MF74A
Name
Scalar Network analyzer
SWR Autotester
SWR Autotester
SWR Autotester
SWR Autotester
Scalar Network analyzer
Sweep Generator
RF Plug-in
RF Plug-in
RF Plug-in
RF Plug-in
RF Analyzer
RF analyzer
RF Plug-in
RF Plug-in
RF Analyzer
SWR Autotester
SWR Autotester
RF Analyzer
RF Analyzer
Printer
Field Strength Meter
Field Strength Meter
Probe
Optical Sensor
Optical Sensor
Optical Sensor
Optical Sensor
Optical Power Sensor (for Optical
Power Meter)
Optical Power Sensor (for Optical
Power Meter)
Optical Power Sensor (for Optical
Power Meter)
Optical Power Sensor (for Optical
Power Meter)
Optical Power Sensor (for Optical
Power Meter)
Optical Power Sensor (for Optical
Power Meter)
Optical Power Sensor (for Optical
Power Meter)
Monochrome Display
Color Display
LAN Analyzer
Error Rate Measuring Equipment
Error Rate Measuring Equipment
Microwave System Analyzer
DS-3 Transmission Analyzer
Digital Transmission Analyzer
Microwave System Analyzer
Calibration Receiver
Error Rate Measuring Equipment
Chromatic Dispersion Measuring Set
Optical Fiber Transmission
Measuring Set
Optical fiber Transmission
Measurement Equipment
Frequency Counter
Frequency Counter
Frequency Counter
Frequency Counter
Frequency Counter
Microwave Frequency Counter
Repairs
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Calibrations
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√
√
√
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√
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√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
–––
√
√
–––
√
√
√
√
X
√
X
√
X
√
X
√
X
√
X
√
X
√
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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–––
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
X
√
X
√
X
X
X
X
X
X
√
√
√
√
√
√
√: Available, X: Not available, –: Not applicable
Model
MG22A
MG311B
MG439A/B
MG440[ ]
MG445A/B
MG523A/B
MG524A/B
MG528A
MG54C/D/E
MG545[ ]
MG547[ ]
MG642A
MG645A
MG649A
MG655A
MG911A
MG912B
MG92A/B
MG921A
MG923A
MG925A
MG927A
MG93B
MG9301A
MG932A
MG94B
MG96A/B
MG9603A
MG9605A
MG9632A
MG97[ ]
MG9801A
MG99A
MH628A
MH672A
MH673A
MH681J
MH922A
MH923A
MH945A
MH946A
MH95A
MH951A
MH952A
MH955A
MH958A
MH968A
ML428A
ML48[ ]
ML512A
ML520A/B
ML56A/B/C
ML57A/B
ML58A/B
ML612A/B
ML64A
ML94A
ML96A
MN61A/B
MN925A
MN936A
Name
Digital Signal Generator
Video signal Generator
Standard Signal Generator
Synthesizer
Noise Generator
Standard Signal Generator
Standard Signal Generator
Standard Signal Generator
Signal Generator
Synthesizer
Signal Generator
Pulse Pattern Generator
Standard Signal Generator
Synthesized Signal Generator
Synthesized Signal Generator
Stabilized Light Source Unit
Stabilized Light Source Unit
Stabilized Light Source Unit
Stabilized Light Source
Stabilized Light Source
Stabilized Light Source
Handy Visible Light Source
Stabilized Light Source
Optical Signal Generator
Stabilized Light Source
Stabilized Light Source
Stabilized Light Source
Heterodyne Optical Sweeper
Heterodyne Optical Sweeper
Tunable Light Source
Stabilized Light Source
Optical Signal Generator
Visible Light Source
Tracking Generator
Tracking Generator
Adjacent Channel Power Meter
S-Parameter Test Set
E/O Unit
E/O Unit
E/O Converter
O/E Converter
E/O Unit
Plug-in Unit (for OTDR)
Plug-in Unit (for OTDR)
Plug-in Unit (for OTDR)
Plug-in Unit (for OTDR)
Plug-in Unit (for OTDR)
Interference/Field Strength Meter
Digital Level Meter
Field Strength Meter
Selective Level Meter
Field Strength Meter
Field Strength Meter
Level Meter
Selective Level Meter
Field Strength Meter
Optical Power Meter
Optical Handy Power Meter
Resistance Attenuator
Optical Attenuator
Optical Channel Selector
Repairs
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Calibrations
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√
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√
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SALES, SHIPPING AND SERVICE INFORMATION
√: Available, X: Not available, –: Not applicable
Model
MN937A
MN939B/C
MN95A/B
MN9501A
MP1501A
MP1601A
MP1602A
MP1604A/B
MP1605A/B
MP1608A
MP1609A
MP5201A
MP95A
MP9502A
MP9503A
MP9504A
MP96A
MR21A
MR31A
MR91A
MR92A
MR93A
MS08A/B/C
MS088A
MS09[ ]
MS210A
MS2601A/J
MS322A/B
MS334A
MS337A
MS348A
MS349D/E
MS354[ ]
MS380B
MS381[ ]
MS382A
MS420[ ]
MS430A
MS52B
MS521[ ]
MS550[ ]
MS560J
MS57A/C
MS610[ ]
MS611A
MS612A
MS62[ ]
MS620J
MS68A/B
MS710A/B
MS9001A/
B/B1
MS9002A/C
MS9003[ ]
MS93A
MS94A
MS95A
MS96A
MS9602A
MS97A
MS98A
MS99A
MT2501A
MW0935A
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Name
Optical Channel Selector
Programmable Optical attenuator
Optical Variable Attenuator
Optical Channel Selector
Error Rate Measuring Equipment
Pulse Pattern Generator
Error Detector
Pulse Pattern Generator
Error Detector
Pulse Pattern Generator
Error Rate Detector
ISDN Basic Interface Tester
Waveform Monitor
E/O Converter
E/O Converter
E/O Converter
Waveform Monitor
Return Loss Measuring Set
Return Loss Measuring Set
Optical Return Loss Measuring Set
Optical Return Loss Measuring Set
Optical Return Loss Measuring Set
Data Communication Analyzer
Data Communication Analyzer
Voice Band Monitor
FFT Digital Scope
Spectrum analyzer
DG and DP Measuring Set
PCM Code Error Detector
PCM Code Error Detector
PCM CODEC Tester
Video Signal Analyzer
Terminal Equipment Analyzer
LAN Analyzer
Multi Media Transmission Analyzer
Multi Media Line Monitor
Network/Spectrum Analyzer
FFT Digital Scope
Output Tester
Error Generator
Digital Error Analyzer
Network/Spectrum Analyzer
FM Liner Detector
Spectrum Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer
Network/Spectrum Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer
Repairs
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Calibrations
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Laser Linewidth Analyzer
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Optical Talk Tester
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UA455A
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Video Plotter
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SALES NETWORK
• Argentina
MULTIRADIO S.A.
Av. Cordoba, 4860 Buenos Aires,
C1414BAT, Argentina
TEL: +55-4779-5522
FAX: +55-4779-5510
• Australia
ANRITSU PTY LTD.
Unit 3/170 Forster Road, Mount. Waverley,
Vic., 3149, Australia
TEL: +61-3-9558-8177
FAX: +61-3-9558-8255
ANRITSU PTY. LTD.
(SYDNEY BRANCH OFFICE)
Suite 306, 2 Rowe Street, Eastwood,
NSW 2122, Australia
TEL: +61-2-9874-9044
FAX: +61-2-9874-9920
• Austria
ANRITSU ELECTRONICS LIMITED
(TORONTO OFFICE)
8-6695 Millcreek Dr. Mississauga Ontario,
L5N 5R8, Canada
TEL: +1-905-286-1207
FAX: +1-905-286-1215
ANRITSU ELECTRONICS LIMITED.
(MONTREAL OFFICE)
200-1405 Trans-Canada Highway, Dorval,
Quebec, H9P 2V9, Canada
TEL: +1-514-421-3737
FAX: +1-514-685-9839
ANRITSU ELECTRONICS LIMITED
(CALGARY OFFICE)
Deerfoot Atrium, 6715-8th Street N.E.,
Ste 129 Calgary, Alberta T2E 7H7, Canada
TEL: +1-403-275-9855
FAX: +1-403-275-3609
• Chile
WIEN-SCHALL GmbH
Krichbaumgasse 25, A-1120 Vienna, Austria
TEL: +43-1-81155140
FAX: +43-1-81155180
SISTEMAS DE INSTRUMENTACION LTDA.
Concha y Toro 65, Stgo Centro
Santiago, Chile 51880
TEL: +56-2-6960031
FAX: +56-2-6969665
• Bahrain
• China
BASMATECH
P. O. Box 5701, Manama, Bahrain
TEL: +973-273729
FAX: +973-725404
• Belgium
ANRITSU GmbH
Grafenberger Allee 54-56, 40237
Düsseldorf, Germany
Local phone: 0800-90001 (toll free)
TEL: +49-211-96855-0
FAX: +49-211-96855-55
• Brazil
ANRITSU ELETRÔNICA LTDA.
Praia de Botafogo 440, Sala 2401-Bota
CEP 22250-040, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
TEL: +55-21-5276922
FAX: +55-21-537-1456
ANRITSU ELETRÔNICA LTDA.
(SÃO PAULO BRANCH OFFICE)
Praça Amadeu Amaral 27,Primera Andar,
Conj. 11, 12, 13, 14, Liberdade, São Paulo,
SP, Brazil CEP 01327-010
TEL: +55-11-283-2511
FAX: +55-11-288-6940
• Bulgaria
ELSINCO REPRESENTATION OFFICE
SOFIA
h.e. Strelbishte, str. Kotlenski Prohod,
bl. 96/6/14, BG-1408 Sofia, Bulgaria
TEL: +359-2-958-1245
FAX: +359-2-958-1698
• Canada
ANRITSU ELECTRONICS LIMITED
(OTTAWA OFFICE)
102-215 Stafford Road West,
Nepean, Ontario K2H 9C1, Canada
TEL: +1-613-828-4090
FAX: +1-613-828-5400
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
(HONG KONG OFFICE)
Suite 719, 7/F, Chinachem Golden Plaza,
77 Mody Road, Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon,
P.R. China
TEL: +852-2301-4980
FAX: +852-2301-3545
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
(BEIJING OFFICE)
Room No. 1515, Beijing Fourtune Building,
5 Dong-San-Huan-Bei-lu, Chao-Yang
District, Beijing 100004, P.R. China
TEL: +86-10-6590-9230 to 9234
FAX: +86-10-6590-9235
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
(SHANGHAI OFFICE)
No. 511, Shanghai Jing Tai Building, No. 58
Mao Ming Non Road, Shanghai, P.R. China
TEL: +86-21-6415-5137 to 5138
FAX: +86-21-6472-6677
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
(GUANGZHOU OFFICE)
Room 3008-9, 7/F 30/F., Dongshan Plaza,
69 XianLie Zhong Road, Central,
Guangzhou 510095, P.R. China
TEL: +86-20-8732-2231
FAX: +86-20-8732-2230
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
(CHENGDU OFFICE)
Block E, 26/F., New Times Square (Xin Shi
Guang Chang), No. 42, Wen Wu Lu, XinHua
Street Chengdu, 610017, P.R. China
TEL: +86-28-651-0011, 0022, 0033
FAX: +86-28-651-0055
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
(XI’AN OFFICE)
No. 2104, Hua Yuan Bldg. Gao Xin Road II,
High-Technic Development Zone, Xi’an
710075, P.R. China
TEL: +86-29-8484465, 8479813, 8472712
FAX: +86-29-8484455
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
(SHENZHEN OFFICE)
Room 1505, Building A, World Trade Plaza,
Fuhong Rd., Shenzhen 518033, P.R. China
TEL: +86-755-366-2848, 2847
FAX: +86-755-366-2849
ANRITSU COMPANY LTD.
(CHONGQING OFFICE)
Unit 9, 3F, Chongqing Marriott Hotel Office
Tower, Chongqing 400010, P.R. China
TEL: +86-23-6383-0218, 0228
FAX: +86-6383-0238
• Colombia
RENTAMETRIC LTDA.
Calle 24 No. 32-67, Apartado: 23030
Santafe de Bogota, D.C. Colombia
TEL: +57-1-269-6555
FAX: +57-1-269-0191
• Costa Rica
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING S.A.
200 metios norte Mall San Pedro, P.O. Box
10146-1000 San Jose, Costa Rica
TEL: +506-283-3033
FAX: +506-225-1286
SONIVISION, S.A.
P.O. Box 620-1000, San Jose, Costa Rica
TEL: +506-231-5685
FAX: +506-231-6531
• Croatia
ELSINCO REPRESENTATION OFFICE
ZAGREB
Korculanska 3A, HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia
TEL: +385-1-618-1448
FAX: +385-1-618-1449
• Cyprus
CHRIS RADIOVISION LTD.
23 Crete Street, T.T. 1061
P. O. Box 21989, 1515Nicosia, Cyprus
TEL: +357-2-766121
FAX: +357-2-765177
• Czech Republic
ELSINCO PRAHA SPOL S.R.O.
Novodvorská 994, CZ-142 21 Praha,
4-Branik, Czech Republic
TEL: +420-2-4149-0147
FAX: +420-2-4447-2169
ELSINCO PRAHA SPOL S.R.O.
(BRNO BRANCH OFFICE)
Strmá 19, CZ-616 00 Brno, Czech Republic
TEL: +420-5-4142-7211
FAX: +420-5-4142-7219
Denmark
ANRITSU AB
(DENMARK BRANCH OFFICE)
Sohoj 11, DK-2690, Karlslunde, Denmark
TEL: +45-44506160
FAX: +45-46155299
• Ecuador
EQUITRONICS S.A.
Belgica N-32 Hy Av. De Los Shyris, Edificio
IVSEMON PARK, Suite 4B, Quito, Ecuador
TEL: +593-2-255-396
FAX: +593-2-255-396
http://www.anritsu.com
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SALES NETWORK
• Egypt
• Guatemala
• Malaysia
GIZA SYSTEMS ENGINEERING S.A.E
17 Teeba Street Mohandeseen P.O. Box
317 Dokki-Cairo 12311, Egypt
TEL: +20-2-3368095
FAX: +20-2-3385799
IMPELSA.
17 Calle 31-86 Zona 7, Villa Linda II,
Apartado Postal 482-1 Guatemala,
Guatemala
TEL: +502-594-9977
FAX: +502-594-9468
O’CONNOR’S ENGINEERING SDN BHD
3rd Floor Bangnan O’Connor, 13 Jalan 223,
46100 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
TEL: +60-3-753-8400
FAX: +60-30-757-7871
• Hungary
• Mexico
ELSINCO BUDAPEST KFT
Pannónia utca 8. IV/I., H-1136 Budapest,
Hungary
TEL: +36-1-339-0000
FAX: +36-1-339-4444
SIHIKATRONICS mmWAVE S.A. DE C.V.
Luz Savion 9-602 Col. Del Dalle Mexico
D.F. 03100, Mexico
TEL: +52-5-5437313
FAX: +52-5-5437317
• Indonesia
• Morroco
PT. SUBUR SAKTI PUTERA
Graha Astri Aniela Angun, Jl. Tanah Abang
III/15, Jakarta 10160, Indonesia
TEL: +62-21-352-4828
FAX: +62-21-352-4831
SEDEL
24, 26, Bd, Resistance, Casablanca, Morroco
TEL: +212-2-302444
FAX: +212-2-449311
• El Salvador
EMPRESA DE COMERCIO EXTERIOR
S.A. DE C.V.
Centro Comercial Feria Rosa, Alameda Dr.
Manuel Enrique Araujo, Edificio H, Local
315 San Salvador, El Salvador
TEL: +503-243-3924
FAX: +503-243-3925
• Finland
ANRITSU AB
(FINLAND BRANCH OFFICE)
Piispanportti 9, FIN-02240 Espoo, Finland
TEL: +358-9-435-522-0
FAX: +358-9-435-522-50
• France
ANRITSU S.A.
9, Avenue du Québec Z.A. de Courtabœuf,
91951 Les Ulis Cedex, France
TEL: +33-1-60-92-15-50
FAX: +33-1-64-46-10-65
ANRITSU S.A.
(TOULOUSE OFFICE)
Bureau de Toulouse Région Centre Sud
Ouest, France
TEL: +33-5-62070484
FAX: +33-5-62070668
ANRITSU S.A.
(TOULON OFFICE)
Bureau de Toulon Région Centre Sud Est,
France
TEL: +33-4-94040264
FAX: +33-4-94040265
ANRITSU S.A.
(RENNES OFFICE)
Bureau de Rennes Région Ouest, France
TEL: +33-2-99521214
FAX: +33-2-99521224
• Germany
ANRITSU GmbH
Grafenberger Allee 54-56, 40237
Düsseldorf, Germany
TEL: +49-211-96855-0
FAX: +49-211-96855-55
ANRITSU GmbH (SALES CENTER SOUTH)
An der Steinernen Brücke 1, 85757
Karlsfield, Germany
TEL: +49-8131-3825-0
FAX: +49-8131-3825-95
• Greece
KOSTAS KARAYANNIS SA
58 Kapodistriou str, GR-142 35 Nea Ionia,
Athens, Greece
TEL: +30-1-680-0460-4
FAX: +30-1-685-3522
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• Ireland
• Nepal
PEMA LTD.
Dromiskin, Dundalk, Co. Louth, Ireland
TEL: +353-42-72899
FAX: +353-42-72376
BR INTERNATIONAL PVT. LTD.
P. O. Box 60, Tamrakar Comm. Bldg.,
Bhotebahal Kathmandu, Nepal
TEL: +977-1-224-706
FAX: +977-1-227-956
• Israel
• Netherlands
TECH-CENT LTD.
P. O. Box 43259 (Mailing Address),
Tel-Aviv 61430 Israel, Street Address: Raul
Valenberg 4 Ramat Haahayal, Tel-Aviv
69710, Israel
TEL: +972-36-478563
FAX: +972-36-478334
C.N.ROOD BV
Blauwroodlaan 280 2718 SK Zoetermeer,
The Netherlands
TEL: +31-79-360 00 18
FAX: +31-79-362-81-90
• Italy
NILSEN TECHNOLOGIES
(AUCKLAND OFFICE)
P. O. Box 9613, New market Unit 4, Ambury
Court, 1 Porters Ave, Eden Terrace
Auckland, New Zealand
TEL: +64-9-309-2464
FAX: +64-9-309-2968
NILSEN TECHNOLOGIES
(WELLINGTON OFFICE)
35 Ulric Street, Plimmerton Wellington,
New Zealand
TEL: +64-4-233-9116
FAX: +64-4-233-8366
ANRITSU S.p.A.
Via Elio Vittorini, 129, 00144 Roma EUR, Italy
TEL: +39-06-509 9711
FAX: +39-06-502-24-25
ANRITSU S.p.A.
(Milano OFFICE)
C.D. Colleoni, Via Paracelso, 4 20041
AGRATE B.ZA (MI), Italy
TEL: +39-039-605-7021
FAX: +39-039-605-63-96
• Japan
ANRITSU CORPORATION
5-10-27 Minami-azabu, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 106-8570, Japan
TEL: +81-3-3446-1111
FAX: +81-3-3442-0235
• Korea
ANRITSU CORPORATION LTD.
14F Hyun Juk Bldg. 832-41, Yeoksam-dong,
Kangnam-ku, Seoul, 135-080, Korea
TEL: +82-2-553-6603
FAX: +82-2-553-6604 to 6605
• Kuwait
TAREQ COMPANY
P.O. Box 20506 Safat, 13066 Safat, Kuwait
TEL: +965-431-0615
FAX: +965-431-4085
For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
• New Zealand
• Norway
ANRITSU AB
(NORWAY BRANCH OFFICE)
Leangbukta 40 1370 Asker, Norway
MAIL: Postboks 188, 1371 Asker, Norway
TEL: +47-66-901190
FAX: +47-66-901212
• Oman
NATIONAL PROJECTS AND
TECHNOLOGY COMPANY L.L.C
P. O. Box 97, Wadi Al Kabir, Postal Code
117, Sultanate of Oman
TEL: +968-793741
FAX: +968-796158
• Pakistan
AETCO
Zia Chambers, 25-Mcleod road, Lahore
54000, Pakistan
TEL: +92-42-7221716, 7311035
FAX: +92-42-7221456
SALES NETWORK
SUPERIOR ELECTRONICS ASSOCIATED
B-98 Block H, North Nasimabad,
Karachi-33, Pakistan
TEL: +92-21-613655
• Panama
SUMINISTROS INDUSTRIALES, S.A.
P.O. Box 2789 Balboa, Republic of Panama
TEL: +507-270-2328
FAX: +507-270-2329
• Paraguay
DATALAB S.R.L.
Avda. Artigas No 1645 Edificio “DataLab”
Asuncion, Paraguay
TEL: +595-21-20-9126
FAX: +595-21-20-9127
• Peru
SAKATA INGENIEROS S.A.
AV Canaval Moreyra 748, San Isidro,
Lima 27, Peru
TEL: +51-1-224-2514
FAX: +51-1-224-8148
• Philippines
SALRITSU INTERNATIONAL TRADING
CORPORATION
5QB ODC International Plaza
Condominium, 219 Salcedo St., Legaspi
Village, Makati City 1229, Philippines
TEL: +632-816-2646, 893-8998
FAX: +632-815-0986
• Poland
ELSINCO POLSKA SP. Z.O.O
ul Gdanska 50, 01-691 Warszawa, Poland
TEL: +48-22-39-832-4042 (Sat Link)
FAX: +48-22-832-2238
• Portugal
OMNITECNICA S.A.
Estrada de Alfragide 23, 2720-015
Amadora, Portugal
TEL: +351-21-472-12-00
FAX: +351-21-472-12-70 (Sales)
• Qatar
QATAR COMMUNICATIONS LTD.
P. O. Box 2481, Doha Qatar
TEL: +974-4-424347
FAX: +974-4-324777
• Saudi Arabia
A. RAJAB & A. SILSILAH & CO.
P. O. Box 203, Jeddah 21411, Saudi Arabia
TEL: +966-2-6610006
FAX: +966-2-6610558
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
MARKETING CO.
P. O. Box 3750, Riyadh, 11481,
Saudi Arabia
TEL: +966-3-887-0218
FAX: +966-3-887-0268
• Singapore
ANRITSU PTE. LTD.
10, Hoe Chiang Road #07-01/02, Keppel
Towers, Singapore 089315
TEL: +65-282-2400
FAX: +65-282-2533
• Slovakia
• Turkey
ELSINCO SLOVENSKO S.R.O
Kudlákova 4, SK-844 15 Bratislava,
Slovakia
TEL: +421 7 6428 41 65
FAX: +421 7 6428 44 54
ELSINCO SLOVENSKO S.R.O
(KOS̆ICE BRANCH OFFICE)
Floriánska 16, SK-043 13 Kosice, Slovakia
TEL: +421 95 62 26 729
FAX: +421 95 62 26 729
CONTACT: Mr. Igor Domorak,
Branch Office Manager
INTER INTRADE BILGISAYAR ELEKTRONIK SAN. TIC. A.S.
Egitim Mah. Poyraz Sok., Sadikoglu Is
Merkezi 1, No: 11, Kadikoy Istanbul, Turkey
TEL: +90-216-4144758
FAX: +90-216-4144762
TEST
Sehit Adem Yavuz Sokak No. 14/15 06640,
Kizilay-Ankara, Turkey
TEL: +90-312-419-3688
FAX: +90-312-419-4099
• Slovenia
ELSINCO D.O.O.
Dalmatinova 2, SI-1000 Ljublijana, Slovenia
TEL: +386-61-133-62-77
FAX: +386-61-317-397
• South Africa
ETECSA (PTY) LTD.
12 Surrey Square Office Park, 330 Surrey
Avenue, Ferndale, 2194 Randburg,
South Africa (P. O. Box 4231 Randburg,
2125 South Africa)
TEL: +27-11-787-7200
FAX: +27-11-787-0446
• Spain
ANRITSU ELECTRÓNICA, S.A.
Europa Empresarial Edificio Londres.
Planta 1. Oficina 6 C/ Playa de Liencres, 2
28230 Las Rozas. Madrid, Spain
TEL: +34-91-6404460
FAX: +34-90-6404461
• Sri Lanka
INFOTECHS LIMITED
441, Alwitigala Mawatha, Colombo,
Sri Lanka
TEL: +94-1-598237
FAX: +94-1-598112
• Sweden
ANRITSU AB
Botvid Center, Fittja Backe 1-3 145
84, Stockholm, Sweden
TEL: +46-8-534-70700
FAX: +46-8-534-70730
• Switzerland
GIGACOMP AG
Gewerbezone Laetti CH-3053
Muenchenbuchsee, Switzerland
TEL: +41-31-868-44-55
FAX: +41-31-868-44-50
• Taiwan
ANRITSU COMPANY, INC.
6F, 96, Sec. 3, Chien Kou North Road,
Taipei, Taiwan
TEL: +886-2-2515-6050
FAX: +886-2-2509-5519
• Thailand
JASMINE TELECOM SYSTEMS CO., LTD.
200 Moo 4, 9th Floor, Chaengwatana Road,
Tambon Pakkret, Amphoe Pakkret,
Nonthaburi 11120, Thailand
TEL: +66-2-502-3240, 3000
FAX: +66-2-962-2521
• United Arab Emirates
UTMOST ELECTRONICS TRADING L.L.C.
(ABU DHABI BRANCH)
P. O. Box: 41175, Abu Dhabi,
United Arab Emirates
TEL: +971-2-6458909
FAX: +971-2-6458907
• United Kingdom
ANRITSU LTD.
200 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire,
LU1 3LU, United Kingdom
TEL: +44-1582-433200
FAX: +44-1582-731303
ANRITSU LTD.
(MANCHESTER OFFICE)
Landmark House, Station Road, Cheadle
Hulme, Cheshire SK8 7BS, United Kingdom
TEL: +44-161-488-4990
FAX: +44-161-486-9064
ANRITSU LTD.
(BRISTOL OFFICE)
1230 Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol
BS12 4SG, United Kingdom
TEL: +44-1454-615252
FAX: +44-1454-618017
ANRITSU LTD.
(LIVINGSTON OFFICE)
Unit 1, Knightsridge Industrial Estate,
Turnbull Way, Knightsridge,
Livingston EH54 8RB, United Kingdom
TEL: +44-1506-436111
FAX: +44-1506-436112
ANRITSU LTD.
(HERTS OFFICE)
Rutherford Close, Stevenage, Herts SG1
2EF, United Kingdom
TEL: +44-1438-740011
FAX: +44-1438-740202
• U.S.A.
ANRITSU COMPANY
NORTH AMERICAN REGION OPERATIONS HEADQUARTERS, SALES AND
SERVICE
1155 East Collins Blvd., Richardson,
TX 75081, U.S.A.
Toll Free: 1-800-ANRITSU (267-4878)
TEL: +1-972-644-1777
FAX: +1-972-671-1877
ANRITSU COMPANY
CORPORATE OFFICES
490 Jarvis Drive, Morgan Hill,
CA 95037-2809, U.S.A.
Toll Free: 1-800-ANRITSU (267-4878)
TEL: +1-408-778-2000
FAX: +1-408-776-1744
http://www.anritsu.com
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SALES NETWORK
ANRITSU COMPANY
SALES AND SERVICE, NJ OFFICE
10 New Maple Avenue, Unit 305,
P. O. Box 836,
Pine Brook, NJ 07058-0836, U.S.A.
Toll Free: 1-800-ANRITSU (267-4878)
TEL: +1-973-227-8999
FAX: +1-973-575-0092
ANRITSU COMPANY
SALES AND SERVICE, FL OFFICE
312 W. First Street, Suite 300, Sanford,
FL 32771, U.S.A.
Toll Free: 1-800-ANRITSU (267-4878)
TEL: +1-407-321-5130
FAX: +1-407-330-2018
ANRITSU COMPANY
SALES AND SERVICE, GA OFFICE
4625 Alexander Drive, Alpharetta,
GA 30022, U.S.A.
Toll Free: 1-800-ANRITSU (267-4878)
TEL: +1-678-566-0454
FAX: +1-678-566-1776
• Uruguay
CABONORTE S.A.
Colonia 1900, Esc. 603, Montevideo,
Uruguay
TEL: +598-2-430522
FAX: +598-2-418594
• Venezuela
RADIOCOMUNICACIONES CRUZ, C.A.
Calle La Colina Quinta. Elison, Frente al
teatro Alberto Mateo Caracas 1050,
Venezuela
TEL: +58-2-793-2322
FAX: +58-2-793-3429
• Vietnam
SYSTEM & TECHNOLOGIES VETNAM
LTD.
Unit # B236, Binh Minh Hotel 27 Ly Thai To
Str Hanoi, Vietnam
TEL: +84-48.264.728
FAX: +84-49.344.111
• Zimbabwe
MARTWELL ELECTRONICS (PVT) LTD.
P.O. Box CH 857 Chisipite Harare,
Zimbabwe
TEL: +263-4-494928
FAX: +263-4-494927
Anritsu Homepage
http://www.anritsu.com
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For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
ALPHABETICAL INDEX
10 GHz Jitter Analyzer .....................................................138
10G (131) Module (for MD1230A).......................................176
10G (155) Module (for MD1230A).......................................176
10M/100M Ethernet Module (for MD1230A) ......................181
125 Gb/s Error Detector Unit (for MP1776A) .....................132
1.5/45/52/52M (131) Unit (for MP1570A/A1 ........................166
1.5/45/52M Unit (for MP1570A/A1) .....................................166
1.5/45/52M, 156/622M Jitter Unit (for MP1570A/A1............166
15 dB ENR Noise Source (3.5 mm) ...................................355
2.5G (131) Module (for MD1230A)......................................176
2.5G (131) Unit (for MP1570A/A1) .....................................170
2.5G (131/155) Unit (for MP1570A/A1) ..............................166
2.5G (155) Module (for MD1230A)......................................176
2.5G (155) Unit (for MP1570A/A1) .....................................166
2.5G Jitter Unit (for MP1570A/A1).......................................161
2.5G/10G Jitter Unit (for MP1580A) ...................................168
2.5G/10G Unit (for MP1570A/A1)........................................165
2/8/34/139M, 15/45/52M, 156/622M Jitter Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ................................................................166
2/8/34/139M, 156/622M Jitter Unit (for MP1570A/A1) .......166
200M 16CH Error Detector Unit (for MP1630B)..................145
200M 16CH Pulse Pattern Generator Unit (for MP1630B).....145
200M Clock Generator Unit (for MP1630B) .......................145
3.2G Error Detector (for MP1632C) ...................................147
3.2G Pulse Pattern Generator (for MP1632C) ...................147
5 dB ENR Noise Source (35 mm) ......................................355
50 Ω ↔ 75 Ω Impedance Transformer ............................526
6.3/25M Unit (for MP1220A)................................................185
6.3M Unit (for MP1220A).....................................................185
π/4 DQPSK Analysis Software (for MS8604A)....................221
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit (for MG3670B/C,
MG3671A/B, MG3672A, MG3660A) ..........................237, 241
A
B
C
Absorption Clamp (for EMI).................................................432
AC Power Pack (for ML524B)..............................................434
Adapter (for ML9001A/9002A).........................................54, 59
Add/Drop Unit (for MP1570A/A1) .......................................164
Air Lines ............................................................................493
AMPS/PCS1900 Measurement Software (for MT8801C) ......275
Analog Unit (for MD6420A) ................................................204
ATM 25M Unit (for MP1220A) ............................................185
ATM Quality Analyzer ........................................................182
ATM Unit (for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................163
AutoCal® (Automatic Calibration) ..........350, 351, 354, 359
Autotesters ........................................................488, 490, 491
AWGN Unit (for MG3681A) ................................................236
Bare Fiber Connector........................................................124
Battery Charger (for ML524B) ............................................434
Battery Pack (for ML524B) .................................................434
Bessel Filter ......................................................................531
Bias Tees ...................................................507, 508, 510, 533
Bluetooth™ Test Set ........................................................259
Branch ...............................................................................527
Broadband Vector Network Analyzer .............................368
BTS® ..................................................................................521
Burst Function Unit (for MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B,
MG3672A, MG3660A) ........................................................237
Cable Mate .........................................................................292
Calibration Grade Adapters .............................................472
Calibration Kits .................................................................372
Calibration Receiver .........................................................442
CATV Measurement Software
(for MS2650, MS2660 series) ............................331, 338, 346
CDMA Cellular System Measurement Software
(for MS2650/2660 series)....................................331, 338, 346
CDMA Modulation Unit (for MG3670C/3671B/3672A) .......237
CDMA Modulation Unit (for MG3681A) ..............................230
Circulator ....................................................................255, 359
Clock Recovery Unit (for MP9677B)....................................118
CM Directional Coupler.....................................................527
CMI Unit (for MP1570A/A1).................................................164
Coaxial Adapters ..............................................................470
Coaxial Cords .....................................................................534
Coaxial Switch (for ME7812 series) ...........................281, 283
Coaxial Terminations .......................................................481
CODEC Unit (for MD6420A)................................................204
Connector Adapter (for ML9001A) .......................................59
Connector Adapter (for ML9002A, MS9020D) .............62, 76
Connector Adapter (for MT9810A/9812B).............................71
Connector Tools ...............................................................466
Connectors .......................................................456, 461, 465
Convertible SWR Autotesters ..........................................491
CPU (for MD8480A) ...........................................................251
CT2 Application Software (for MS8604A) ..........................229
Current Probe .....................................................................359
D
Data Transmission Analyzer ............................................200
Datacom Interface Unit (for MD6430A) ..............................199
Data Quality Analyzer........................................................176
Data Quality Analyzer Control Software (for MD1230A) ........181
DATSPLUS® ..........................................................................521
DC Blocks .................................................................512, 514
DECT Application Software (for MS8604A) .......................229
DECT Measurement Software (for MT8801C) ...................275
Detectors ...................................................................496, 499
Digital Data Analyzer ................................................141, 146
Digital MCA Analysis Software (for MS8604A) ..................229
Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester .........207, 213, 220
Digital Modulation Signal Generator ..............230, 237, 248
Digital Transmission Analyzer ........................................194
Dipole Antenna .................................................................436
Directional Coupler ..........................................................527
Display Unit (for MW9076 series)..........................................82
Distortion Measurement Unit (for MD6420A) .....................204
DS1/DS1C Interface (for MD6420A) ..................................204
E
E/O, O/E Converter ...........................................................118
E1/E3 Unit (for MP1220A) ...................................................184
E1/E3/E4 Unit (for MP1220A)..............................................187
eDATS® ..............................................................................521
Edge Emitting LED Source (for MG9001A/9002A) ..............56
Electronic Voltmeter .........................................................398
EMI Measurement Software (for MS2650/2660 series) .....331
EMI Probe ...........................................................................331
EMI Probe Kit .....................................................................331
Error Analyzer Unit (for MD6420A) ....................................204
Error Detector ...........................................................131, 136
Error Rate Tester ..............................................................289
External Mixer (for MS2667C/2668C) ........................314, 319
F
Fiber Adapter ....................................................................124
Fiber Adapter (for ML9001A/9002A) .............................56, 59
Fiber Jacket Stripper (for optical accessories) ...................127
Field Replaceable Diode Modules.......................................498
File Transfer Utility (for MS8608A).......................................219
File Utility Software (for MS2683A) ....................................309
Fixed Attenuator (for ML2530A) .........................................432
Fixed Attenuators .....................................................483, 528
Four-Port Junction Pad.....................................................526
Frame Coder (for MD8480A) ...............................................253
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Frame Decoder (for MD8480A) ..........................................253
Frequency Converter.........................................................435
Frequency-Response Compensation Software
(for MG3633A) .....................................................................428
G
G703, AMI Interface (for MD6420A)....................................204
GFSK Modulation Unit (for MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B,
MG3672A, MG3660A) .........................................................236
GIF 085/130 µm Unit (for MW9060A)....................................89
Gigabit Ethernet Module (for MD1230A) .............................176
GMSK Modulation Unit (for MG3670B/C,
MG3671A/B, MG3660A) ............................................236, 241
GPIB Remote Control Unit (for MD6420A)..........................201
GSM Application Software (for MS8604A) .........................229
GSM Device Test Software (for MU368010A) .....................236
GSM Measurement Software
(for MS2650/2660 series)....................................331, 338, 346
GSM Measurement Software (for MS2683A)......................309
GSM Measurement Software (for MS8608A/8609A) .........208
GSM Measurement Software (for MT8801C)......................270
H
HandHeld Spectrum Analyzer .........................................294
Hi-Cap Test System ..........................................................523
High Accuracy Sensor (for ML2430 series) ...............396, 502
High Speed Driver ............................................................530
High-Pass Filter .................................................................528
I
Instrumentation Grade Adapters ....................473, 474, 477
Integrated V Connectors ..................................................465
Interference/Field Strength Meter ...................................435
IS-136A Measurement Software (for MT8801C) .................277
IS-95 Device Test Software (for MU368040A).....................236
ISDN (for MD8480A) ..........................................................251
J
Jitter Unit (for MD6420A).....................................................201
K
KT-10 Absorption Clamp......................................................440
L
LabVIEW® Driver (GPIB) (for MS9720A) .............................76
LabVIEW® Driver (RS-232C) (for MS9720A) .......................76
LD Source (for MS9020D) .....................................................77
LED Source (for MG9001A/9002A) .......................................58
LED Source (for MS9020D)...................................................76
Level Correction Software (for ME7812 series)...................281
Level Meter .........................................................................446
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B)...........................64, 70, 73
Log-Periodic Antenna ......................................................436
Loop Antenna ...................................................................437
Low-Power Data Communication System Measurement
Software conforming to issue of Direct Spread Spectrum
System (for MS2650/2660 series).......................331, 338, 346
Low-Power Data Communication System Measurement
Software conforming to issue of Frequency Hopping
System (for MS2650/2660 series).......................331, 338, 346
M
Matching Pad and Impedance Adapter ..........................518
MATSPLUS® ...........................................................................522
Measuring Receiver .................................................289, 433
Microwave Detectors.................................................496, 499
Microwave Frequency Counter .......................................388
Microwave Repeater Checker...........................................452
Millimeter-Wave Measurement System ..........................379
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Millimeter-Wave Modules ..................................................368
Millimeter-Wave Vector Network Analyzer .....................365
Mode Scrambler (for optical accessories) ..........................127
Modulation Analyzer ........................................................445
Modulation Unit (for MG9001A/9002A) ................................58
MP165X to MP1632A/C Pattern Conversion Software
(for MP1632C) ....................................................................146
Multi Channel Box ..............................................................70
N
NADC Measurement Software (for MS8604A)....................229
Network Analyzer .............................................375, 381, 386
Network Analyzer Measurement System .......................350
Network Analyzer Measurement System/
Direct-Access Receiver .........................................356, 359
Network Data Analyzer .....................................................196
Noise Sources....................................................................355
NRZ Unit (for MP1570A/A1) ................................................170
O
Offset Terminations...........................................................481
Open/Shorts ......................................................................494
Optical 10G Rx (Narrow) Unit (for MP1570A/A1)................170
Optical 10G Rx (Wide) Unit (for MP1570A/A1) ..................170
Optical 10G Tx (131) Unit (for MP1570A/A1)......................170
Optical 10G Tx (155) High Power Unit (for MP1570A/A1) .....170
Optical 10G Tx (155) Unit (for MP1570A/A1)......................170
Optical 156M/622M (131) Unit (for MP1570A/A1)...............170
Optical 156M/622M (133/155) Unit (for MP1570A/A1)........170
Optical 156M/622M (155) Unit (for MP1570A/A1)...............170
Optical 2.5G/10G Rx (Wide) Unit (for MP1570A/A1) .........170
Optical 2.5G/10G Tx (1.31) Unit (for MP1570A/A1)............170
Optical 2.5G/10G Tx (1.55) High Power Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ................................................................170
Optical Amplifier Test System .........................................109
Optical Attenuator ............................................................124
Optical Attenuator (for ML9001A)..........................................59
Optical Channel Drop Unit (OCDU) ..................................121
Optical Channel Selector .................................................114
Optical Channel Selector Unit (for MW9076 series) ............83
Optical Component Tester..................................................48
Optical Component Tester Control Software (FD)
(for ME7894A) ......................................................................49
Optical Directional Coupler .............................................120
Optical Handy Power Meter ...............................................61
Optical Loss Test set .........................................................73
Optical Modulator .............................................................112
Optical Power Meter ...................................................57, 122
Optical Power Sensor (for ML9001A/9002A,
MS9020D) ................................................................57, 61, 74
Optical Sensor (for ME7894A)...............................................49
Optical Sensor (for ML9001A) ...............................................57
Optical Sensor (for MT9810A/9812B) ............................59, 57
Optical Sensor Holder (for ML9001A) ..................................59
Optical Spectrum Analyzer ................................90, 95, 103
Optical Test Set....................................................................64
Optical Test Set (for ME7894A) .............................................49
Optical Time Domain Reflectometer ..........................78, 85
Optical Variable Attenuator .............................................123
Optical Wavelength/Frequency Counter ........................122
OTDR Emulation Software (for MW9076 series) ...........80, 84
P
PCM Channel Analyzer ....................................................188
PCM CODEC Analyzer.......................................................194
PDC Measurement Software (for base station) (for
MS2650/2660 series) ..........................................331, 338, 346
PDC Measurement Software (for MS8604A) .....................229
PDC Measurement Software (for MT8801C) .....................270
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PDC Measurement Software with Call Processing
(for MT8801C) ....................................................................270
PDC Software (for MU368010A) ........................................236
Phase Shifter......................................................................532
PHS Measurement Software (for MS8604A) .....................229
PHS Measurement Software (for MT8801C) .....................270
PHS Measurement Software with Call Processing
(for MT8801C) ....................................................................270
PHS Software (for ME7812 series) ....................................285
Portable 2.5G/10G Analyzer..............................................172
Portable Test Rack.............................................................528
Power Amplifier Test System (PATS)...............................358
Power Dividers ..........................................................503, 504
Power Meter ......................................................................391
Power Sensor (for ML2430 series)..............................396, 502
Power Sensor (for ML2530A series) ...................................444
Power Splitters .........................................................505, 506
Pre-amplifier.......................................................................347
Pre-amplifier (for MA8611A)................................................440
Precision DC Blocks ........................................................512
Preselector ........................................................................435
Probe (for ML69B) ...............................................................398
Programmable Attenuator ...............................................452
Programmable Optical Attenuator ..................................116
Protocol Decoding Software (for MP1220A) ......................186
Protocol Unit (for MP1220A)................................................186
Pulse Modulator (for MG3633A)..........................................428
Pulse Pattern Generator ..........................................130, 133
Q
Q and Eye Analysis Software (for MP1632C) ....................133
Q and Eye Analysis Software (for MP1763C/1764C) ........136
Q and Eye Analysis Software..............................................146
QoS Unit (for MP1220A)......................................................186
QPSK Modulation Unit (for MG3670C/3671B/3672A).........237
R
Radar Test Set (RTS) .........................................................450
Radio Communication Analyzer .....................265, 269, 435
Radio Communication Test System ...............................281
Range Calibrator (for ML2430A) ........................................397
Reference Source (for ML2430A)........................................397
Reflection Bridge...............................................................386
Resistance Attenuator .....................................................447
Return Loss Unit (for MS9020D) ...........................................74
RF Amplifier ......................................................................529
RF Cables ..........................................................................467
RF Limiters .........................................................................517
RFTS® ................................................................................125
Rod Antenna .....................................................................437
RS-232C Remote Control Unit (for MD6420A) ..................204
Ruggedized Adapters........................................................473
Rx Baseband (for MD8480A) .............................................253
S
Scalar Network Analyzer...................................................386
SDH/SONET Pattern Editor (for MP1632C) ........................146
SDH/SONET Pattern Editor (for MP1763C/1764C)........133, 136
Selective Level Meter .......................................................446
Sensor Adapter (for ME7894A) ............................................51
Sensor Adapter (for ML9002A)..............................................61
Sensor Adapter (for MT9810A/9812B) ..................................68
Sensor Holder (for ML9002A)................................................59
Sensor Module (for ML2530A) ...........................................444
Signal Generator................................................................452
Signalling Tester .......................................................254, 256
Site Master ........................................................................297
SLD Light Source ...............................................................52
SMAS Test Access Concentrator (STAC) .......................523
SMATSPLUS® ........................................................................522
SMF 1.31 µm Unit (for MW9060A) ........................................89
SMF 1.31/1.55 µm Unit (for MW9060A) ................................89
Software for Pattern Generator Data Write
(for MG3641A3642A)...........................................................423
SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer ..............................150, 169
Spectrum Analyzer ..........305, 310, 315, 321, 326, 332, 339
Stabilized Light Source.......................................................54
Standard Optical Power Meter ........................................122
Step Attenuators................................................................485
STM/SONET Analyzer........................................................194
STM-1/OC-3 Unit (for MP1220A) .......................................183
STM-4/OC-12 Unit (for MP1220A) .....................................183
Switch Unit for Transceiver Continuous Test
(for ME7812 series) ............................................................281
SWR Autotesters ..............................................488, 490, 491
SWR Bridge........................................................................487
Synthesized CW Generator .............................................400
Synthesized Level Generator ..........................................429
Synthesized Signal Generator ................................419, 424
Synthesized Sweep Signal Generator ............................409
Synthesizer/Level Generator ...........................................429
T
T1/T3 Unit (for MP1220A) ..................................................184
Tapestry, Fault Management OSS ...................................522
TDMA Modulation Unit (for MG3681A) ..............................236
Test Port Heads ..................................................................491
TEXT to MP1632A/C Pattern Conversion Software
(for MP1632C) ....................................................................146
Thermal Power Sensor (for ML2430 series) ..............396, 502
Timing Generator (for MD8480A) ........................................253
Torque Wrench ...................................................................466
T-Pad ..................................................................................526
Transformer (for Network Analyzer).....................................386
Transmission Measuring Set............................................446
Transmission/Reflection Module ..........................................367
TTL Interface Unit (for MD6420A) ......................................203
Tunable Laser Source ........................................................45
Tx Baseband (for MD8480A)...............................................253
U
U-Link .................................................................................534
Ultra Low Noise Synthesized CW Generator..................410
Ultra Low Noise Synthesized Signal Generator ............410
Ultra Low Noise Synthesized Sweep Generator ...........410
Ultra Low Noise Synthesized Sweep/Signal Generator..410
Ultra-Wideband Bias Tee .................................................510
Universal Test Fixtures ....................................................516
V
V/X series Interface (for MD6420A) ...................................201
Vector Network Analyzer .........................................360, 365
Vector Network Analyzer Automatic Calibrator .............370
Vector Network Analyzer/Direct-Access Receiver
Configuration ....................................................................365
Vector Network Measurement System ...........................350
Vector Network Measurement System,
Direct-Access Receiver.....................................................356
Verification Kits ................................................................374
Voice Codec (for MD8480A)................................................253
W
Wander Measurement Application Software
(MTIE/TDEV) (for MP1580A) ..............................................173
Wander (MTIE, TDEV) Measurement Application
Software (for MP1570A/A1) ..............................................165
Waveform Monitor ............................................................123
Waveguide-to-Coaxial Adapters .............................474, 477
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W-CDMA Area Tester.........................................................278
W-CDMA Measurement Software (for MS2683A)...............309
W-CDMA Measurement Software (for MS8608A)...............213
W-CDMA Measurement Software (for MS8609A)...............207
W-CDMA Measurement Software (for MT8820A) ..............265
W-CDMA Signalling Tester ..............................................251
W-CDMA Signalling Tester Ciphering (for MD8480A) .........252
W-CDMA Signalling Tester Control software
(for MD8480A) .....................................................................252
W-CDMA Signalling Tester Firmware (for MD8480A) ........252
W-CDMA Signalling Tester FPGA (for MD8480A)...............252
W-CDMA Signalling Tester ISDN/PPP (for MD8480A)........252
W-CDMA Software (for MG3681A)......................................231
W-CDMA Software (for MU368040A)..................................234
W-CDMA Virtual Signaling System .................................286
WDM Network Tester.........................................................100
WDM Tester .......................................................................107
Word Memory Unit (for MD6420A)......................................204
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01-201
Connector Torque Wrench .......................................466
01-204
Connector Wrench ...................................................466
1 Series
RF Limiters .............................................................517
1000-50
Circulator, 800-1000 MHz, 100 Watts......................359
1000-52
Circulator, 1.8-2.5 GHz, 20 dB min. 50 Watts..........359
1000-53
Circulator, 1.8-2.5 GHz, 22 dB min. 79 Watts..........359
12 Series Matching Pad and Impedance Adapter................518
18 Series Air Lines..................................................................493
19 Series Air Lines..................................................................493
2000-1067 Current Probe ..........................................................359
2000-1085 Current Probe ..........................................................359
22 Series Open/Shorts ...........................................................494
25 Series Test Port Heads......................................................491
26 Series Coaxial Terminations.............................................481
28 Series Coaxial Terminations.............................................481
29 Series Offset Terminations ..............................................481
33 Series Coaxial Adapters....................................................472
34 Series Coaxial Adapters....................................................473
34R Series Ruggedized Adapters ............................................473
34V Series Coaxial Adapters....................................................473
35 Series Waveguide-to-Coaxial Adapters ...................474, 477
3650, 3650-1 Calibration Kit, SMA/3.5 mm............................372
3651, 3651-1 Calibration Kit, GPC 7 ......................................372
3652, 3652-1 Calibration Kit, K Connector............................372
3653
Calibration Kit, Type N ..........................................372
3654B
Calibration Kit, V Connector.................................373
3655E, 3655E-1 Calibration Kit, WR-12
Waveguide ............................................367, 373
3655F, 3655F-1 Calibration Kit, WR-8
Waveguide ............................................367, 373
3655Q, 3655Q-1 Calibration Kit, WR-22
Waveguide ............................................367, 373
3655V, 3655V-1 Calibration Kit, WR-15
Waveguide ............................................367, 373
3655W, 3655W-1 Calibration Kit, WR-10
Waveguide ............................................367, 373
3658 Series
Vector Network Analyzer Automatic
Calibrator ...........................................................370
3663
Verification Kit, Type N..........................................374
3663LF
Verification Kit, Type N, 6 GHz .............................374
3665E
Verification Kit, WR-12 Waveguide.......................374
3665Q
Verification Kit, WR-22 Waveguide.......................374
3665V
Verification Kit, WR-15 Waveguide.......................374
3665W
Verification Kit, WR-10 Waveguide.......................374
3666
Verification Kit, SMA/3.5 mm ................................374
3666LF
Verification Kit, SMA/3.5 mm, 6 GHz....................374
3667
Verification Kit, GPC-7...........................................374
3667LF
Verification Kit, GPC-7, 6 GHz ..............................374
3668
Verification Kit, K Connector ................................374
3669B
Verification Kit, V Connector ................................374
3680 Series
Universal Test Fixtures ...................................516
37000 family Millimeter Wave Vector Network Analyzer .....365
37100C Series
Vector Network Analyzer/Direct-Access
Receiver Configuration ...............................360
37200C Series
Vector Network Analyzer.............................360
37300C Series
Vector Network Analyzer.............................360
3735B
Millimeter Wave Test Set .......................................367
3740A-E
Transmission/Reflection Module
(60 to 90 GHz, WR-12) ............................................367
3740A-EE Transmission/Reflection Module
(56 to 94 GHz, WR-12) ............................................367
3740A-EW Transmission/Reflection Module
(65 to 110 GHz, WR-10) ..........................................367
3740A-F
Transmission/Reflection Module
(90 to 140 GHz, WR-8) ............................................367
3740AQ
Transmission/Reflection Module
(33 to 50 GHz, WR-22) ............................................367
3740A-V
Transmission/Reflection Module
(50 to 75 GHz, WR-15) ............................................367
3740A-W
Transmission/Reflection Module
(75 to 110 GHz, WR-10) ..........................................367
3741A-E
Transmission/Reflection Module
(60 to 90 GHz, WR-12) ............................................367
3741A-EE Transmission/Reflection Module
(56 to 94 GHz, WR-12) ............................................367
3741A-EW Transmission/Reflection Module
(65 to 110 GHz, WR-10) ..........................................367
3741A-F
Transmission/Reflection Module
(90 to 140 GHz, WR-8) ............................................367
3741A-Q
Transmission/Reflection Module
(33 to 50 GHz, WR-22) ............................................367
3741A-V
Transmission/Reflection Module
(50 to 75 GHz, WR-15) ............................................367
3741A-W
Transmission/Reflection Module
(75 to 110 GHz, WR-10) ..........................................367
3750LF
Calibration Kit, SMA/3.5 mm, 6 GHz ....................373
3751
Calibration Kit, GPC 7, Economy .........................373
3751LF
Calibration Kit, GPC 7, 6 GHz ...............................373
3753
Calibration Kit, Type N, Economy ........................373
3753LF
Calibration Kit, Type N, 6 GHz ..............................373
41 Series Fixed Attenuators...................................................483
43 Series Fixed Attenuators...................................................483
4400 Series
Step Attenuators ..............................................485
4500 Series
Step Attenuators ..............................................485
4600 Series
Step Attenuators ..............................................485
54000 Series Millimeter Wave Measurement System...........379
5400-6 Series SWR Autotesters...............................................490
5400-71 Series
Microwave Detectors ...................................499
54100A Series
Network Analyzer.........................................375
560-7 Series Microwave Detectors ........................................499
560-97 Series SWR Autotesters...............................................488
560-98 Series SWR Autotesters...............................................488
560-98C50A Convertible SWR Autotester............................491
56100A
Scalar Network Analyzer .......................................386
68000C
Series Synthesized CW Generator.......................409
68100C
Series Synthesized Sweep Generator .................409
68300C
Series Synthesized Sweep Signal Generator .......409
69000B
Series Ultra Low Noise Synthesized CW
Generator ................................................................409
69100B
Series Ultra Low Noise Synthesized Sweep
Generator ................................................................409
69300B Series
Ultra Low Noise Synthesized Sweep/Signal
Generator ................................................................409
70 Series Microwave Detectors .............................................496
75 Series Microwave Detectors .............................................496
87 Series SWR Bridges ..........................................................487
9611
RFTS .......................................................................125
9620
DATS plus ...............................................................521
9622
eDATS......................................................................521
9650
BTS .......................................................................521
9661
MATS plus...............................................................522
9662
SAMTS plus ............................................................522
97 Series Autotesters .............................................................488
9724
STAC .......................................................................523
9725
SICU .......................................................................523
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MODEL NUMBER INDEX
A
A3H1001 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3H1002 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3H2030 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3H2051 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3H2120 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3H2121 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3H2150 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3H2200 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3H2206 High Speed Driver..................................................530
A3H4030 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3H4080 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3HA2100 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3HB3102 RF Amplifier............................................................529
A3HC2107 High Speed Driver..................................................530
A3HE2096 High Speed Driver..................................................530
A3N1000 Series Bias Tee.......................................................533
A5N1001 Phase Shifter ..........................................................532
A5N1102
Phase Shifter ..........................................................532
AF1000 Series
Bessel Filter .................................................531
C
C751
C752
Cale Mate ................................................................292
Cable Mate ..............................................................292
K
K Series
Connectors .............................................................456
K120
Series RF Cables....................................................467
K200B
Coaxial Adapters....................................................470
K240
Power Dividers .......................................................504
K241 Series Power Splitters ..................................................505
K250
Bias Tees ................................................................507
K251
Ulta-Wideband Bias Tees ......................................508
K261
Precision DC Blocks..............................................512
KT-10
Absorption Clamp (for EMI) .....................................440
MA
MA1610A
MA1612A
MA2201A
MA2401A
MA2418A
MA2421B
MA2422B
MA2423B
MA2424B
MA2425B
MA2442A
MA2444A
MA2445A
MA2450A
MA2469A
MA2472A
MA2473A
Pulse Modulator (for MG3633A) ..............................428
Four-Point Junction Pad........................................526
Reflection Bridge ...................................................386
Reflection Bridge ...................................................386
Reference Source (for ML2430A)...............................397
Thermal Power Sensor (for ML2430 series)......396, 502
Thermal Power Sensor (for ML2430 series)......396, 502
Thermal Power Sensor (for ML2430 series)......396, 502
Thermal Power Sensor (for ML2430 series)......396, 502
Thermal Power Sensor (for ML2430 series)......396, 502
High Accuracy Sensor (for ML2430 series) .......396, 502
High Accuracy Sensor (for ML2430 series) .......396, 502
High Accuracy Sensor (for ML2430 series) .......396, 502
Sensor Module (for ML2530A series) ......................444
Power Sensor (for ML2430 series) ..................396, 502
Power Sensor (for ML2430 series) ..................396, 502
Power Sensor (for ML2430 series) ..................396, 502
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MA2474A Power Sensor (for ML2430 series) ..................396, 502
MA2475A Power Sensor (for ML2430 series) ..................396, 502
MA2499B Sensor Adapter (for ML2430 series) ...............396, 502
MA2540A Sensor Module (for ML2530A).................................444
MA2601B/C
EMI Probe ..........................................................331
MA2740A External Mixer (for MS2667C/2668C)..............314, 320
MA2741A External Mixer (for MS2667C/2668C)..............314, 320
MA2742A External Mixer (for MS2667C/2668C)..............314, 320
MA2743A External Mixer (for MS2667C/2668C)..............314, 320
MA2744A External Mixer (for MS2667C/2668C)..............314, 320
MA2745A External Mixer (for MS2667C/2668C)..............314, 320
MA2746A External Mixer (for MS2667C/2668C)..............314, 320
MA29A/J
Transformer (for Network Analyzer) .........................386
MA313A/J Transformer (for Network Analyzer) .........................386
MA314A/J Transformer (for Network Analyzer) .........................386
MA315A/J Transformer (for Network Analyzer) .........................386
MA422A1 Transformer (for Network Analyzer) .........................386
MA61B
Probe (for ML69B) ...................................................398
MA8610A Pre-amplifier (for MA8611A) ...................................440
MA8611A EMI Probe Kit..........................................................331
MA9001B Connector Adapter (for ML9001A).............................59
MA9002A Adapter (for ML9001A) ..............................................54
MA9004A Connector Adapter (for MS9020D) ............................76
MA9005A Connector Adapter (for ML9002A, MS9020D) ......62, 76
MA9006A Sensor Adapter (for ML9002A) ..................................62
MA9008A Connector Adapter (for MT9810A/9812B) .................71
MA9013A Fiber Adapter..........................................................124
MA9306A Optical Attenuator (for ML9001A) ..............................59
MA9331A Optical Sensor (for MT9810A/9812B)........................57
MA9332A Optical Sensor (for ME7894A) ...................................49
MA9411A/A1 Optical Sensor (for ML9001A) ..............................57
MA9412A Optical Sensor (for ML9001A) ..................................57
MA9421A Optical Power Sensor
(for ML9002A, MS9020D)..............................57, 61, 74
MA9422A Optical Power Sensor
(for ML9002A, MS9020D)..............................57, 61, 74
MA9423A Optical Power Sensor
(for ML9002A, MS9020D)..............................57, 61, 74
MA9611A Optical Sensor (for ML9001A) ..................................57
MA9612A Optical Sensor (for ML9001A) ..................................57
MA9621A Optical Power Sensor
(for ML9002A, MS9020D)..............................57, 61, 74
MA9622A Optical Power Sensor (for MS9020D)........................74
MA9711A/A1 Optical Sensor (for ML9001A) ..............................57
MA9712A Optical Sensor (for ML9001A) ..................................57
MA9714B Optical Power Sensor (for ML9001A) ........................57
MA9721A Optical Power Sensor
(for ML9002A, MS9020D)..............................57, 61, 74
MA9722A Optical Power Sensor
(for ML9002A, MS9020D)..............................57, 61, 74
MA9723A Optical Power Sensor
(for ML9002A, MS9020D)..............................57, 61, 74
MA9805A Optical Attenuator (for ML9001A) ..............................57
MB
MB-009
MB23A
MB24A
50 Ω, 75 Ω Impedance Transformer......................526
Portable Test Rack .................................................528
Portable Test Rack .................................................528
MODEL NUMBER INDEX
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit (for MG3670B/C,
MG3671A/B, MG3672A, MG3660A)............... 221, 237
MG0310A CDMA Modulation Unit
(for MG3670C/3671B/3672A) ..................................237
MG0311A π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit (for MG3670B/C,
MG3671A/B, MG3672A, MG3660A)................221, 237
MG0312A QPSK Modulation Unit
(for MG3670C/3671B/3672A) ..................................237
MG0902A Modulation Unit (for MG9001A/9002A)......................55
MG0914E LED Source (for MG9001A/9002A) ...........................55
MG0917A/B/D LED Source (for MG9001A/9002A) ......................55
MG0918B/D
LED Source (for MG9001A/9002A) ......................55
MG0927D/J
Edge Emitting LED Source
(for MG9001A/9002A)...........................................55
MG0928D/J
Edge Emitting LED Source
(for MG9001A/9002A)...........................................55
MG3633A Synthesized Signal Generator ..............................424
MG3641A Synthesized Signal Generator ..............................419
MG3642A Synthesized Signal Generator ..............................419
MG3660A Digital Modulation Signal Generator....................248
MG3670B/C
Digital Modulation Signal Generator...............237
MG3671A/B
Digital Modulation Signal Generator...............237
MG3672A Digital Modulation Signal Generator....................237
MG3681A Digital Modulation Signal Generator....................230
MG442A
Synthesized Level Generator................................429
MG443B
Synthesizer/Level Generator ................................429
MG724E1/G1 Signal Generator ...............................................452
MG9001A Stabilized Light Source ...........................................54
MG9002A Stabilized Light Source ...........................................54
MG9541A Tunable Laser Source..............................................45
MG9587A SLD Light Source.....................................................52
MG0307A
MD
MD0610D/D1 Word Memory Unit (for MD6420A) .....................204
MD0620A GPIB Remote Control Unit (for MD6420A) ..............204
MD0620B RS-232C Remote Control Unit (for MD6420A)........204
MD0621
Series X/V Series Interface (for MD6420A) .............204
MD0622
Series G.703, AMI Interface (for MD6420A)............204
MD0623
Series G.703, AMI Interface (for MD6420A)............204
MD0625B/C I.431 Interface (for MD6420A) ................................204
MD0626A TTL Interface Unit (for MD6420A) ..............................204
MD0627A Analog Unit (for MD6420A)......................................204
MD0628B/C
DS1/DS1C Interface (for MD6420A)...................204
MD0630A Distortion Measurement Unit (for MD6420A) ..........204
MD0630B CODEC Unit (for MD6420A) ....................................204
MD0632
Series Jitter Unit (for MD6420A) .............................204
MD0633A Error Analyzer Unit (for MD6420A) ..........................204
MD1230A Data Quality Analyzer ............................................176
MD1620B Signalling Tester ....................................................254
MD1620C Signalling Tester ....................................................256
MD6420A Data Transmission Analyzer .................................200
MD6430A Network Data Analyzer ..........................................196
MD8480A W-CDMA Signalling Tester ....................................251
ME
ME3401A Digital Transmission Analyzer..............................194
ME446A/B Transmission Measuring Set ................................446
ME447 Series Transmission Measuring Set ...........................446
ME7220A Radar Test Set (RTS) .............................................451
ME7411A Switch Unit for Transceiver Continuous Test
(for ME7812 series) .................................................281
ME7413A Coaxial Switch (for ME7812 series..........................281
ME7808A Broadband Vector Network Analyzer...................368
ME7812 Series Radio Communication Test System...........281
ME7840A Power Amplifier Test System (PATS) ...................358
ME7890B Optical Amplifier Test System ..............................109
ME7894A Optical Component Tester ......................................48
MH
MH648A
MH649A
MH669B
Pre-amplifier ...........................................................347
Preselector..............................................................435
Frequency Converter .............................................435
MF
ML
MF2400B Series Microwave Frequency Counter...................388
MF9619C Optical Modulator (for ME7890B) ............................112
MF9630A Optical Wavelength/Frequency Counter..............122
ML2407A Series Power Meter..................................................391
ML2408A Series Power Meter..................................................391
ML2419A Range Calibrator (for ML2430A)..............................397
ML2430A Series Power Meter ................................................391
ML2530A Calibration Receiver ..............................................442
ML422C
Selective Level Meter.............................................446
ML424A/B Level Meter .............................................................446
ML428B
Interference/Field Strength Meter.........................436
ML524B
Measuring Receiver ...............................................433
ML5655C Measuring Receiver ...............................................289
ML69B
Electronic Voltmeter ..............................................398
ML8720B W-CDMA Area Tester .............................................278
ML9001A Optical Power Meter.................................................57
ML9002A Optical Handy Power Meter ....................................61
ML9050A Standard Optical Power Meter ..............................122
ML910B
Optical Power Meter...............................................122
MG
MG0301C
MG0302A
MG0303B
MG0305A
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit (for MG3670B/C,
MG3671A/B, MG3672A, MG3660A)...............221,
GMSK Modulation Unit (for MG3670B/C,
MG3671A/B, MG3672A, MG3660A)................221,
Burst Function Unit (for MG3670B/C,
MG3671A/B, MG3672A, MG3660A)................221,
GFSK Modulation Unit (for MG3670B/C,
MG3671A/B, MG3672A, MG3660A)................221,
237
237
237
237
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MN
MN510C/D
MN63A
MN64B
MN65A
MN72A
MN924C
MN938A
MN95D
MN9320A
MN9605C
MN9625A
MN9626A
MN9662A
MN9664A
MN9672A
MN9674A
Resistance Attenuator...........................................447
Programmable Attenuator.....................................452
Programmable Attenuator.....................................452
Programmable Attenuator.....................................452
Programmable Attenuator.....................................452
Optical Attenuator..................................................124
Programmable Optical Attenuator .......................123
Optical Variable Attenuator...................................123
Optical Channel Drop Unit (OCDU) ......................121
Optical Attenuator..................................................124
Programmable Optical Attenuator .......................116
Programmable Optical Attenuator .......................116
Optical Channel Selector ......................................114
Optical Channel Selector ......................................114
Optical Channel Selector ......................................114
Optical Channel Selector ......................................114
MP
MP0105A
MP0108A
MP0111A
CMI Unit (for MP1570A/A1) .....................................164
NRZ Unit (for MP1570A/A1) ....................................164
Optical 156M/622M (1.31) Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ....................................................170
MP0112A Optical 156M/622M (1.55) Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ....................................................170
MP0113A Optical 156M/622M (1.33/1.55) Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...................................................170
MP0121A 2/8/34/139/156M Unit (for MP1570A/A1).................170
MP0122A 1.5/45/52M Unit (for MP1570A/A1)..........................170
MP0122B 1.5/45/52/52M (1.31) Unit (for MP1570A/A1) ..........170
MP0123A ATM Unit (for MP1570A/A1).....................................163
MP0131A Add/Drop Unit (for MP1570A/A1).............................164
MP1033A DS3 Hi-Cap Test System ...................................... 523
MP1201C Error Rate Tester....................................................289
MP1220B ATM Quality Analyzer ............................................182
MP1560A STM/SONET Analyzer ............................................194
MP1570A SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer ...........................150
MP1570A1 SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer ...........................169
MP1580A Portable 2.5G/10G Analyzer ..................................172
MP1630B Digital Data Analyzer .............................................141
MP1632C Digital Data Analyzer .............................................146
MP1758A Pulse Pattern Generator........................................130
MP1763C Pulse Pattern Generator........................................133
MP1764C Error Detector.........................................................136
MP1776A Error Detector.........................................................131
MP1777A 10 GHz Jitter Analyzer...........................................138
MP414B
Loop Antenna.........................................................437
MP415B
Rod Antenna...........................................................437
MP520 Series CM Directional Coupler ....................................527
MP526 Series High-Pass Filter.................................................528
MP534A/B Dipole Antenna.......................................................436
MP614A
50 Ω, 75 Ω Impedance Transformer .....................526
MP635A
Log-Periodic Antenna............................................436
MP640A
Branch.....................................................................527
MP651A/B Dipole Antenna.......................................................436
MP654A
Directional Coupler................................................527
MP655A
Directional Coupler................................................527
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MP659A
Four-Port Junction Pad .........................................526
MP663A
Dipole Antenna.......................................................436
MP666A
Log-Periodic Antenna............................................436
MP721 Series Fixed Attenuator (for ML2530A)..........................445
MP916A
Fiber Adapter (for ML9001A/9002A)....................56, 59
MP922B
Bare Fiber Connector ............................................124
MP924A
Fiber Jacket Stripper (for optical accessories).........126
MP92B
Connector Adapter (for ML9001A).............................59
MP93A
Fiber Adapter (for ML9001A/9002A)....................59, 62
MP94A
Adapter (for ML9001A) ..............................................54
MP94D
Adapter (for ML9002A) ..............................................59
MP9650 Series Waveform Monitor .......................................123
MP9677B E/O, O/E Converter.................................................118
MS
MS0901A LED Source (for MS9020D) .......................................77
MS0902A LED Source (for MS9020D) .......................................77
MS0902D LD Source (for MS9020D) .........................................77
MS0903A LED Source (for MS9020D) .......................................77
MS0903D LD Source (for MS9020D) .........................................77
MS0904A LED Source (for MS9020D) .......................................77
MS0904B EE-LED Source (for MS9020D) .................................77
MS0905A LED Source (for MS9020D) .......................................77
MS0906A LED Source (for MS9020D) .......................................77
MS0907A Return Loss Unit (for MS9020D) ...............................77
MS0908A FP-LD Source (for MS9020D)....................................77
MS0909A FP-LD Source (for MS9020D)....................................77
MS2651B Spectrum Analyzer ................................................339
MS2661B Spectrum Analyzer ................................................339
MS2661C Spectrum Analyzer ................................................332
MS2663C Spectrum Analyzer ................................................326
MS2665C Spectrum Analyzer ................................................321
MS2667C Spectrum Analyzer ................................................315
MS2668C Spectrum Analyzer ................................................310
MS2683A Spectrum Analyzer ................................................305
MS2711B HandHeld Spectrum Analyzer...............................294
MS369B
PCM CODEC Analyzer ...........................................194
MS371A/A1
PCM Channel Analyzer.....................................188
MS4622A Network Analyzer Measurement System.............350
MS4622B Network Analyzer Measurement System.............350
MS4622C Vector Network Measurement System,
Direct-Access Receiver .........................................356
MS4623A Network Analyzer Measurement System.............350
MS4623B Network Analyzer Measurement System.............350
MS4623C Vector Network Measurement System,
Direct-Access Receiver .........................................356
MS4630B Network Analyzer ...................................................381
MS555B
Radio Communication Analyzer...........................435
MS75B
Microwave Repeater Checker ...............................452
MS8604A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester ..............220
MS8608A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester ..............213
MS8609A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester ..............207
MS9020D Optical Loss Test Set ..............................................73
MS9710B Optical Spectrum Analyzer .....................................95
MS9710C Optical Spectrum Analyzer .....................................90
MS9715A WDM Tester ............................................................107
MS9720A WDM Network Tester .............................................100
MS9780A Optical Spectrum Analyzer ...................................103
MODEL NUMBER INDEX
MT
MT8801C
MT8820A
MT8850A
MT9810A
MT9810B
MT9812B
Radio Communication Analyzer...........................269
Radio Communication Analyzer...........................265
Bluetooth™ Test Set..............................................259
Optical Test Set ........................................................64
Optical Test Set (for ME7894A) .................................50
Multi Channel Box....................................................70
MU
MU120001A
MU120002A
MU120010A
MU120011A
MU120012A
MU120015A
MU120016A
MU120017A
MU120020A
MU120021A
MU120101A
MU120102A
MU120103A
MU120104A
MU120105A
MU120106A
MU150000A
MU150001A/B
MU150002A
MU150005A
MU150006A
MU150007A
MU150008A
MU150009A
MU150010A
MU150011A
MU150017A
MU150017B
MU150018A
MU150031A
MU150031C
MU150061A
MU150061B
MU163000A
MU163020B
STM-4/OC-12 Unit (for MP1220A)......................183
STM-1/OC-3 Unit (for MP1220A)........................183
T1/T3 Unit (for MP1220A)...................................184
E1/E3/E4 Unit (for MP1220A).............................184
E1/E3 Unit (for MP1220A) ..................................184
ATM 25M Unit (for MP1220A).............................185
6.3M Unit (for MP1220A) ....................................185
6.3/25M Unit (for MP1220A) ...............................185
QoS Unit (for MP1220A).....................................186
Protocol Unit (for MP1220A)...............................186
10M/100M Ethernet Module (for MD1230A).......179
Gigabit Ethernet Module (for MD1230A) ............179
2.5G (1.31) Module (for MD1230A) ....................180
2.5G (1.55) Module (for MD1230A) ....................180
10G (1.31) Module (for MD1230A) .....................180
10G (1.55) Module (for MD1230A) .....................176
2.5G/10G Unit (for MP1570A/A1) .......................170
Optical 10G Tx (1.55) Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................170
Optical 10G Rx (Narrow) Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................170
2/8/34/139M, 156/622M Jitter Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................170
1.5/45/52M, 156/622M Jitter Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................170
2/8/34/139M, 1.5/45/52M, 156/622M
Jitter Unit (for MP1570A/A1)...............................170
2.5G (1.31) Unit (for MP1570A/A1) ....................170
2.5G (1.55) Unit (for MP1570A/A1) ....................166
2.5G (1.31/1.55) Unit (for MP1570A/A1) ............166
2.5G Jitter Unit (for MP1570A/A1 .......................168
Optical 10G Rx (Wide) Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................170
Optical 2.5G/10G Rx (Wide) Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................170
2.5G/10G Jitter Unit (for MP1580A)....................168
Optical 10G Tx (1.55) High Power Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................170
Optical 2.5G/10G Tx (1.55) High Power Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................170
Optical 10G Tx (1.31) Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................170
Optical 2.5G/10G Tx (1.31) Unit
(for MP1570A/A1) ...............................................170
200M Clock Generator Unit
(for MP1630B).....................................................145
200M 16CH Pulse Pattern Generator Unit
(for MP1630B).....................................................145
MU163040B
200M 16CH Error Detector Unit
(for MP1630B).....................................................145
MU163220C 3.2G Pulse Pattern Generator
(for MP1632C) ....................................................145
MU163240C 3.2G Error Detector (for MP1632C)....................145
MU177601B
12.5 Gb/s Error Detector Unit
(for MP1776A).....................................................132
MU250000A Series Display Unit (for MW9076 series) ....................84
MU250001A
Display Unit (for MW9076 series) .........................84
MU368010A
TDMA Modulation Unit (for MG3681A)...............236
MU368040A
CDMA Modulation Unit (for MG3681A) ..............236
MU368041A
W-CDMA Software (for MG3681A).....................231
MU368060A
AWGN Unit (for MG3681A).................................236
MU643000A
Datacom Interface Unit (for MD6430A) ..............199
MU643000B
Datacom Interface Unit (for MD6430A) ..............199
MU643000C Datacom Interface Unit (for MD6430A) ..............199
MU848051A
CPU (for MD8480A)............................................251
MU848052A
Frame Decoder (for MD8480A) ..........................253
MU848053A
Rx Baseband (for MD8480A)..............................253
MU848055A
ISDN (for MD8480A)...........................................251
MU848056A
Voice Codec (for MD8480A) ...............................251
MU848057A
Frame Coder (for MD8480A) ..............................251
MU848058A
Tx Baseband (for MD8480A) ..............................251
MU848059A
Timing Generator (for MD8480A) .......................251
MU931001A
Sensor Adapter (for MT9810A/9812B) .................68
MU931002A
Sensor Adapter (for ME7894A) ............................51
MU931311A
Optical Sensor (for MT9810A/9812B).............56, 59
MU931421A
Optical Sensor (for MT9810A/9812B).............56, 59
MU931422A
Optical Sensor (for MT9810A/9812B).............56, 59
MU951001A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU951301A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU951501A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU952501A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU952502A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU952503A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU952504A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU952505A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU952601A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU952602A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU952603A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............56, 59
MU952604A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ................57, 59
MU952605A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B) ...............57, 59
MU952606A
Light Source (for MT9810A/9812B). ..............57, 59
MU960001A
Optical Channel Selector Unit
(for MW9076 series) .............................................83
MU960002A
Optical Channel Selector Unit
(for MW9076 series) .............................................83
MU967701A
Clock Recovery Unit (for MP9677B)...................118
MU967702A
Clock Recovery Unit (for MP9677B)...................118
MW
MW0944B SMF 1.31/1.55 µm Unit (for MW9060A) ....................89
MW0945B SMF 1.31 µm Unit (for MW9060A) ............................89
MW0947B SMF 1.31/1.55 µm Unit (for MW9060A) ....................89
MW0967B GIF 0.85/1.30 µm Unit (for MW9060A) ......................88
MW9060A Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) ........85
MW9076 Series Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
(OTDR) ...........................................................78
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MX
MX122020A
MX123001A
Protocol Decoding Software (for MP1220A).......186
Data Quality Analyzer Control Software
(for MD1230A) ....................................................181
MX150001B
Wander (MTIE, TDEV) Measurement
Application Software (for MP1570A/A1) .............165
MX150002A
Wander Measurement Application
Software (MTIE/TDEV) (for MP1580A)...............173
MX163201A
TEXT to MP1632A/C Pattern Conversion
Software (for MP1632C) ....................................146
MX163202A
MP165X to MP1632A/C Pattern
Conversion Software (for MP1632C) .................146
MX163205A
Q and Eye Analysis Software (for MP1632C) ......146
MX163206A
SDH/SONET Pattern Editor (for MP1632C) .......146
MX176400A
Q and Eye Analysis Software
(for MP1763C/1764C).........................................133
MX176401A
SDH/SONET Pattern Editor
(for MP1763C/1764C).........................................133
MX260002A
CDMA Cellular System Measurement
Software (for MS2650/2660 series) .....331, 338, 346
MX260003A
PDC Measurement Software (for base station)
(for MS2650/2660 series) ...................331, 338, 346
MX260004A
GSM Measurement Software
(for MS2650/2660 series) ...................331, 338, 346
MX261001A
Low-Power Data Communication System
Measurement Software conforming to
issue of Direct Spread Spectrum System
(for MS2650/2660 series) ...................331, 338, 346
MX261002A
Low-Power Data Communication System
Measurement Software conforming to issue
of Frequency Hopping System
(for MS2650/2660 series) ...................331, 338, 346
MX262001A
CATV Measurement Software
(for MS2650/2660 series) ...................331, 338, 346
MX264001A
EMI Measurement Software
(for MS2650/2660 series) ...................331, 338, 346
MX268001A
File Transfer Utility (for MS8608A/8609A)...........219
MX268001A
File Utility Software (for MS2683A).....................309
MX268301A
W-CDMA Measurement Software
(for MS2683A).....................................................309
MX268302A
GSM Measurement Software (for MS2683A) .....309
MX3512A π/4 DQPSK Analysis Software (for MS8604A) ........221
MX3513A Digital MCA Analysis Software (for MS8604A)........229
MX3518A GMSK Application Software (for MS8604A) ............236
MX3519A DECT Application Software (for MS8604A) .............229
MX3520A CT2 Application Software (for MS8604A) ................229
MX364001B
Software for Pattern Generator Data Write
(for MG3641A/3642A).........................................423
MX368011A
PDC Software (for MU368010A) ........................236
MX368012A
GSM Device Test Software (for MU368010A) ....236
MX368041A
W-CDMA Software (for MU368040A) .................234
MX368042A
IS-95 Device Test Software (for MU368040A) .....236
MX5126B Frequency-Response Compensation Software
(for MG3633A) ....................................................428
MX5251B Frequency-Response Compensation Software
(for MG3633A) ....................................................428
MX781217A
PHS Software (for ME7812 series).....................285
MX781250A
Level Correction Software
(for ME7812 series) ............................................281
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MX785101A
MX785201A
MX789400A
MX848000A
MX848001A
MX848002A
MX848003A
MX848041A
MX860801B
MX860802A
MX860901B
MX860902A
MX860801A
MX880113A
MX880114A
MX880115A
MX880116A
MX880117A
MX880118A
MX880131A
MX880132A
MX882000A
MX907601A
MX972001G
MX972001S
W-CDMA Virtual Signaling System .................286
W-CDMA Protocol Test System (PTS) ............286
Optical Component Tester Control
Software (FD) (for ME7894A) ...............................49
W-CDMA Signalling Tester Control
software (for MD8480A)......................................252
W-CDMA Signalling Tester Firmware
(for MD8480A) ....................................................252
W-CDMA Signalling Tester FPGA
(for MD8480A) ....................................................252
W-CDMA Signalling Tester ISDN/PPP
(for MD8480A) ....................................................252
W-CDMA Signalling Tester Ciphering
(for MD8480A) ....................................................252
W-CDMA Measurement Software
(for MS8608A).....................................................213
GSM Measurement Software
(for MS8608A).....................................................213
W-CDMA Measurement Software
(for MS8609A).....................................................208
GSM Measurement Software
(for MS8609A).....................................................208
W-CDMA Measurement Software
(for MS8608A).....................................................213
IS-136A Measurement Software
(for MT8801C) ....................................................277
AMPS/PCS1900 Measurement Software
(for MT8801C) ....................................................277
GSM Measurement Software
(for MT8801C) ....................................................277
PDC Measurement Software with
Call Processing (for MT8801C) ..........................270
PHS Measurement Software with
Call Processing (for MT8801C) ..........................270
DECT Measurement Software
(for MT8801C).....................................................276
PDC Measurement Software (for MT8801C)......276
PHS Measurement Software (for MT8801C)......277
W-CDMA Measurement Software
(for MT8820A).....................................................265
OTDR Emulation Software (for MW9076 series)..84
LabVIEW® Driver (GPIB) (for MS9720A)............102
LabVIEW® Driver (RS-232C) (for MS9720A)......102
MZ
MZ106C
MZ110A/B
MZ114A
MZ115B
MZ137A
MZ8010A
MZ8013A
Mode Scrambler (for optical accessories) ...............128
Battery Pack (for ML524B).......................................434
AC Power Pack (for ML524B) ..................................434
Battery Charger (for ML524B) .................................434
Battery Pack (for ML524B).......................................434
Optical Sensor Holder (for ML9001A)........................59
Sensor Holder (for ML9002A) ....................................61
N
N241 Series Power Splitters ..................................................506
NC346A
5 dB ENR Noise Source (3.5 mm)...........................355
NC346B
15 dB ENR Noise Source (3.5 mm).........................355
S
S100C
S200C
S300C
S800A
Series
Series
Series
Series
Site
Site
Site
Site
Master.........................................................297
Master.........................................................297
Master.........................................................297
Master.........................................................297
V
V Series
Connectors .............................................................461
V115FCPW
Integrated V Connector ....................................465
V115FMS10
Integrated V Connector ....................................465
V115FMS75
Integrated V Connector ....................................465
V116F
Integrated V Connector ....................................465
V120 Series RF Cables ..........................................................467
V240
Power Dividers .......................................................504
V241 Series Power Splitters ..................................................505
V250
Bias Tees ................................................................507
V251
Ulta-Wideband Bias Tees ......................................507
V255
Ultra-Wideband Bias Tee...................................... 510
V261
Precision DC Blocks..............................................512
V265
DC Block .................................................................514
Z
Z-164A/B
T-Pad 526
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For Evaluating Characteristics of WDM Transmission Systems and Optical Components
MG9541A Tuneable Laser Source
1510 to 1640 nm
The MG9541A covers the wavelength band from 1510 to
1640 nm with three outputs — a variable optical level output, a high power output and a high signal-to-noise ratio
output. The MG9541A supports a wide variety of applications including optical amplifier evaluation systems and
evaluation of characteristics of optical components used
in WDM transmission systems.
(For further information see page 45)
For Evaluating Passive Optical Devices such as WDM and Fiber Amplifiers
ME7894A Optical Component Tester
The ME7894A is used in conjunction with the MG9541A
Tunable Laser Source, the MT9810B Optical Test Set and
the MA9332A Optical Sensor to configure a high-speed
measurement system for optical components (filters, couplers, isolators, etc.) used in WDM transmission systems.
The measurement can be easily set up over a wide wavelength range from C-band (1530 to 1565 nm) to L-band
(1565 to 1625 nm).
(For further information see page 48)
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High Attenuation Accuracy, Low Polarization Dependent Loss, Excellent Wavelength Flatness
MN9625A/9626A Programmable Optical Attenuator
1.2 to 1.65 µm
The MN9625A/9626A Programmable Optical Attenuator
has excellent attenuation accuracy. It is calibrated with a
high-accuracy calibration system over an attenuation
range of 0 to 60 dB.
The MN9625A has a superior wavelength flatness of 0.2
dBp-p max. by using an attenuation element with very flat
wavelength characteristics. It is the ideal instrument for
evaluating WDM (wavelength division multiplexing) optical amplifiers in which gain flatness vs. wavelength is an
important factor. Moreover, the MN9626A has a built-in
optical monitor output for monitoring the level of through
light.
(For further information see page 116)
DWDM Channel Access & Test
MN9320A Optical Channel Drop Unit (OCDU)
The Anritsu Optical Channel Drop Unit (OCDU),
MN9320A is an independent test access tool for comprehensive DWDM measurements. The OCDU is a test instrument that scans the DWDM optical signal and
displays all those channels present in the form of a bar
graph or a tabulation of channel and power. Any individual channel can be selected from this display and fed to
its output port, which can then be connected to a protocol analyzer such as the Anritsu MP1570A for data validation and testing. Wherever the integrity of a DWDM
signal must be verified, the MN9320A can be used.
(For further information see page 121)
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Supports Measurement for up to 50 Gbit/s System (Installed with 4 Channels)
MP1776A Error Detector
100 MHz to 12.5 GHz
MP1776A is an error detector housing four error detectors
that can measure error up to 12.5 Gbit/s. It has fourchannels independent measurement mode, two-channels
or four-channels combined measurement mode and be
used for development, manufacturing and maintenance
of transmission systems and modules from 12.5 Gbit/s to
maximum 50 Gbit/s.
(For further information see page 131)
Supports North American and European Mapping by One Box
MP1570A1 SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer
1.5 Mbit/s to 10 Gbit/s
MP1570A1 is a SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer which
has one more slot compared with MP1570A. It can measure bit rate of 2488M (OC-48) or more in North
American and European mapping without the DSn and
PDH plug-in units exchange.
(For further information see page 169)
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For 2.5G/10G Jitter/Wander Measurements
MP1580A Portable 2.5G/10G Analyzer
The MP1580A is a unique and powerful solution for analyzing jitter at the standard OC-48/192 or STM-16/64 bit
rates. It can measure jitter of 2.5G/10G electrical interfaces (clock signal) with a simple operation. In addition,
when used in combination with the MP1570A
SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer, evaluation of jitter
characteristics in digital transmission lines, systems and
devices, such as — jitter tolerance, jitter transfer, jitter
generation, etc., can be performed easily.
(For further information see page 172)
Complete Performance Testing and Monitoring with One Unit
MD1230A Data Quality Analyzer
IP Networks are spreading rapidly throughout society, in
line with the expansion of networks carrying voice, video,
and mission-critical data. The maintenance of network
quality has now become an important theme.
Development of network equipment and systems requires the measurement of network performance and
QoS evaluations. In addition, network operations and
maintenance require monitoring of in-service traffic, latency, and frame arrival time variation (frame jitter) as well
as prompt troubleshooting.
The MD1230A integrates both performance testing and
network monitoring into one instrument.
(For further information see page 176)
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Measures Wide-Band Signals up to IMT-2000 2 Mbit/s
MS8609A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester
9 kHz to 13.2 GHz
The MS8609A is a transmitter tester equipped with an internal spectrum analyzer, a modulation analyzer and a
power meter. One tester covers the development, manufacturing of base stations, mobile stations to construction,
maintenance of base stations.
The spectrum analyzer has resolution bandwidths up to
20 MHz, meaning, that it can readily support measurement of a 2 Mbit/s (16 Mcps) wide-band signal for IMT2000.
The modulation analyzer realizes all Vector Signal
Analysis (VSA) functions through high-speed DSP. The
power sensor can perform highly accurate power measurements of ±0.4 dB by using an amorphous power sensor.
Up to three dedicated measurement software options
(such as W-CDMA and GSM/EDGE) can be installed simultaneously. Input signals can be selected from either
RF or I/Q inputs. For I/Q signals, balanced or unbalanced
input can also be selected.
It is equipped with GPIB, RS-232C and 10 Base-T (optional) interfaces for remote measurement. High-speed
GPIB data transmission of 120 kbyte/s enables highspeed measurement on the manufacturing line. The monitor uses an easy-to-see 6.5 type TFT color LCD.
(For further information see page 207)
For the Development of W-CDMA Mobile Stations
MD8480A W-CDMA Signalling Tester
The MD8480A has a full lineup of advanced functions for
testing third-generation W-CDMA mobile stations. Its air
interface meets the 3GPP specifications, and it can be
used as a base station simulator.
The test functions include mobile station modulation and
demodulation processing, protocol sequence tests such
as location registration, origination, termination, handover (option), disconnection from mobile station/network, various applications such as voice and packet
communications as well as communications between two
mobile stations.
In summary, the MD8480A is the ideal instrument for developing 3G W-CDMA mobile stations and application
software.
(For further information see page 251)
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Test Bluetooth Modules and Products with a Bluetooth Interface
™
MT8850A Bluetooth Test Set
2.4 GHz Reference Bluetooth Transceiver
The MT8850A is Anritsu’s entrant into the fast-growing
Bluetooth world of wireless communications for mobile
PCs, mobile phones and other portable devices. The
MT8850A Bluetooth Test Set measures the radio performance of Bluetooth modules and Bluetooth products –
quickly and at low cost.
MT8850A is qualified as a Bluetooth development tool.
(For further information see page 259)
Supports Third Generation W-CDMA
MT8820A Radio Communication Analyzer
30 MHz to 2.7 GHz
The MT8820A hardware platform covers a frequency
range of 30 MHz to 2.7 GHz.
When dedicated measurement software and hardware
(options) are installed, this single platform supports evaluation of all the main transmission/reception test items for
W-CDMA terminals.
Advanced DSP and parallel measurement technologies
dramatically reduce wireless manufacturing and inspection test times. Furthermore, several measurement items
can be selected freely for batch measurement.
A one-touch operation also allows for each selected
batch measurement item to be executed repeatedly for a
designated number of times. Pass/fail evaluation of the
main measurement items including transmission frequency, modulation accuracy, output power, adjacent channel
power, occupied frequency bandwidth, BER, etc., can be
performed easily and quickly.
(For further information see page 265)
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For W-CDMA Base Station Area Investigation and Maintenance
ML8720B W-CDMA Area Tester
2110 to 2200 MHz
The ML8720B is used for investigation and maintenance
to evaluate the radio wave propagation characteristics in
the area of a W-CDMA base station. When it is connected to a GPS receiver, the measured data can be correlated with positioning information (latitude and longitude).
The measurement items include functions for measuring
the RSCP∗1, Ec/No∗2 and SIR∗3, which is used to evaluate the strength of the radio wave received from each
base station; and the delay profile, which is used to evaluate the delay characteristics of the radio wave caused
by multipath propagation.
There are two measurement modes: the unspecified
base station measurement mode, and the specified base
station measurement mode. The CPICH∗4 from the base
station is measured in both cases. In the unspecified
base station measurement mode, measurement is performed without knowing the base station scrambling
code.
In the specified base station measurement mode, measurement is performed using the known base station
scrambling code.
(For further information see page 278)
Fast, Accurate, Repeatable, Portable Spectrum Analysis
MS2711B Handheld Spectrum Analyzer
100 kHz to 3.0 GHz
The MS2711B Handheld Spectrum Analyzer provides the
“ultimate” in measurement flexibility for field environments and
applications requiring mobility. Unlike traditional spectrum
analyzers, the MS2711B features a rugged, ultra-lightweight,
battery-operated design that enables users to conduct
spectrum analysis measurements – anywhere, anytime.
Providing complete freedom from AC/DC power requirements, the MS2711B enables you to locate, identify,
record and solve communication systems problems quickly
and easily, without sacrificing measurement accuracy.
Whether you are installing, maintaining, or troubleshooting a modern wireless communication system, the
MS2711B provides exceptional performance combined
with ease-of-use and broad functionality – making it an ideal
solution for engineers and technicians who conduct field
measurements in the 100 kHz to 3.0 GHz frequency range.
To meet the challenges of today’s wireless market,
Anritsu Company has developed a new pre-amp option
(option 8) for its revolutionary MS2711B hand-held spectrum analyzer which increases the analyzer’s sensitivity
and dynamic range while improving measurement time.
With the pre-amp option, the MS2711B is particularly effective in measuring low-level signals. The handheld
spectrum analyzer’s sensitivity is improved to –114 dBm
(full span). With this option, the MS2711B can identify
and make measurements on low-level signals much
faster than previously possible.
The improved sensitivity, dynamic range, and measurement
speed complement the existing benefits of the MS2711B.
Weighing only 4.9 pounds (including a NiMH battery, fully
loaded, base model only at 4.5 pounds), the MS2711B is the
world’s lightest fully functional hand-held spectrum analyzer with the built-in tracking generator option (option 20).
(For further information see page 294)
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Development and Proving 3G Terminals
MX785101A,
MX785201A
W-CDMA Virtual Signaling Tester (VST),
W-CDMA Protocol Test System (PTS)
The MX785101A VST (Virtual Signaling Tester) and
MX785201A PTS (Protocol Test System) is a family of
test and verification tools from Anritsu for next generation
wireless products. They have been developed to provide
the test support today’s research and development engineers need to successfully meet demanding performance
and time to market targets.
They provide a common user interface thus reducing operator learn time as development progresses and migrates over the range of Anritsu’s 3G development tools.
In addition, test procedures generated for the PTS can be
run on the VST and vice versa. This enables test procedures to be developed very early in the development cycle and to evolve as the user equipment evolves. A
substantial saving in the investment in development of
test procedures can be realized.
(For further information see page 286)
For Analyzing Antenna Problems
S113C Site Master
2 to 1600 MHz
The Site Master S113C is a precision, hand-held instrument that performs Return Loss/SWR and fault location
in cable and antenna systems. The Site Master S113C
offers frequency coverage, from 2 MHz to 1600 MHz.
Light weight, rugged design, and wide temperature range
make them ideal for Cellular, HF, Broadcast, and SMR
field applications. Site Master’s proprietary design provides superior On-channel RF immunity, which is important for live site testing. A RF power monitor is available
to make common power measurements in the field.
(For further information see page 297)
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For Analyzing Antenna Problems
S114C Site Master
2 to 1600 MHz, Spectrum Analysis 100 kHz to 1600 MHz
The Site Master S114C is a precision, hand-held instrument that performs return loss/SWR and fault location in
cable and antenna systems. The Site Master S114C offers frequency coverage, from 2 MHz to 1600 MHz. Builtin spectrum analysis capability from 100 kHz to 1600
MHz provides the technicians and field engineers the
ability to identify and solve RF systems problems like coverage, interference, antenna alignment and other path related signal problems, Light weight, rugged design, and
wide temperature range make them ideal for Cellular, HF,
Broadcast, SMR field applications. Site Master’s proprietary design provides superior On-channel RF immunity,
which is important for live site testing. A RF power monitor is available to make power measurements in the field.
(For further information see page 297)
For Analyzing Antenna Problems
S251C Site Master
625 MHz to 2500 MHz
The Site Master S251C is a broadband two-port transmission line and antenna analyzers that performs return
loss/SWR, fault identification, insertion gain, insertion
loss, in the analog (GSM900 and AMPS) and digital cellular service (GSM1800 and PCS1900) providers that
perform installation and periodic maintenance verification. The S251C features selectable output level of –30
dBm and an optional Bias Tee, to perform two-port insertion gain measurements of TMA without the need of an
external supply through the PDU (Power Distribution
Unit). This simplifies the technician’s task of verifying the
performance and operation of the tower mounted amplifier in the field. The Site Master S251C’s +6 dBm output
level is used for antenna isolation measurements to help
confirm operation of multiple systems on the same tower.
Its high dyn
(For further information see page 297)
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For Analyzing Antenna Problems
S331C Site Master
25 to 4000 MHz
The Site Master S331C is a precision, hand-held instrument that performs return loss/SWR and fault location
measurements. The Site Master S331C offers broad frequency coverage, from 25 MHz to 4000 MHz. Light
weight, rugged design, and wide temperature range
make them ideal for HF, Broadcast, Cellular, GSM1800,
PCS1900, GPS, ISM, Avionics field applications. Site
Master’s proprietary design provides superior On-channel RF immunity, which is important for live site testing.
(For further information see page 297)
For Analyzing Antenna Problems
S332C Site Master
25 to 3300 MHz, Spectrum Analysis 100 kHz to 3000 MHz
The Site Master S332C is a precision, hand-held instrument that performs return loss/SWR and fault location
measurements in cable and antenna systems. The Site
Master S332C offers frequency coverage, from 25 MHz
to 3300 MHz. Built-in spectrum analysis capability from
100 kHz to 3000 MHz provides the technicians and field
engineers the ability to identify and solve RF systems
problems like coverage, interference, antenna alignment
and other path related signal problems. Lightweight,
rugged design, and wide temperature range make them
ideal for HF, Broadcast, Cellular, GSM1800, PCS1900,
GPS, ISM, Avionics field applications. Site Master’s proprietary design provides superior On-channel RF immunity,
which is important for live site testing. A RF power monitor
is available to make power measurements in the field.
(For further information see page 297)
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Broadband S-Parameter Measurements to 110 GHz
ME7808A Broadband Vector Network Analyzer
40 MHz to 110 GHz
The ME7808A Broadband Vector Network Analyzer
(VNA) is a high performance measurement solution that
covers 40 MHz to 110 GHz in a single fast sweep. Built
on the advanced technology of the Anritsu Lightning
65 GHz VNA, the ME7808A is ideal for making accurate
S-parameter measurements of components and devices
to 110 GHz. The flexible system architecture of the
ME7808A makes it easy to adapt to multiple measurement applications.
(For further information see page 368)
The Ideal Local Oscillator for RF and Microwave Applications
MG3690A Synthesized CW Generator
0.1 Hz to 40 GHz
The MG3690A leverages the proven design of the El Toro
family of Anritsu synthesizers, adding new features to
meet the latest needs of the new millennium. The El Toro
platform gives the MG3690A excellent performance with
a proven reliability record of greater-than 49,000 hours
MTBF. This allows the MG3690A to offer a standard 3year warranty. From the sleek new lines of the front panel, the larger 1/4 VGA LCD, the reduced front panel
buttons and menu depth, to the 10 kg lighter and 15 cm
shallower depth, the MG3690A meets the new millennium value-based needs.
• Broad frequency coverage including 0.1 Hz to 40 GHz
in a single coax output
• Ultra-low SSB phase noise and spurious
• +17 dBm guaranteed leveled power to 20 GHz
• 0.01 Hz frequency resolution
• <5 ms switching time for <100 MHz sweep steps
• Digital frequency sweep and digital power sweep
• Wide dynamic range with accurate output levels
• Intuitive, menu-driven front panel
(For further information see page 400)
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Target Simulation & Signal Analysis for Automotive Radar; Exceptional Performance at an Affordable Price
ME7220A Radar Test System (RTS)
76 to 77 GHz
The ME7220A Radar Test System (RTS) accurately and
repeatedly characterizes 76-77 GHz automotive radar
modules and systems, in a confined and controlled environment, to ensure quality and optimum functionality. The
RTS is designed to work with current and future generations of automotive radar, including Adaptive Cruise
Control (ACC) radar and collision warning or avoidance
radar. The test system provides a simulated radar target
response with one of two set target ranges with an adjustable target Radar Cross Section (RCS). The signal response can be Doppler shifted to simulate the speed of a
moving target. The system also allows the measurement
of the power characteristics or Effective Isotropic
Radiated Power (EIRP) of the transmitted radar signal as
well as its spectral characteristics (bandwidth, spurious
signals, AM/FM Noise, etc.).
(For further information see page 450)
Hermetic Connector; Easy Installation
Integrated V Connectors
DC to 65 GHz
V115FMS10
V115FMS75
The Integrated V Connector® family is a group of female
connectors which have the launcher and the glass bead
integrated into one piece. All compensation steps for
matching to Microstrip or Coplanar Waveguide (CPW)
are included in the solder-in hermetic* connectors, ensuring that they deliver excellent performance. The integrated V connectors come in two easy-to-install styles:
the solder-in version, which is the V115F group, and the
V116F screw-in version, which allows more versatility of
microcircuit launch design. These connectors, except for
the CPW version, are designed to be used with the V1101 Stress Relief Contacts. The Integrated V connectors
are compatible with other V Connectors.
(For further information see page 465)
V115FCPW
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Ideal for Optical Communications
V255 Ultra-Wideband Bias Tee
50 kHz to 65 GHz
The V255 Gen II Ultra Wideband Bias Tee is designed to
meet the high electrical performance requirement of passive components in optical communication networks.
Given a broader bandwidth of 50 kHz to 65 GHz, with low
insertion losses and very good return loss, makes it ideal to use in 40 Gbps systems to bias optical modulators
and broad band data drivers. It's fast rise time and flat
group delay performance allows extremely accurate measurements within a laboratory environment. The V255
Bias Tee comes with a standard V Connector® that assures excellent impedance match across the available
wide bandwidth. The DC signal can be applied or extracted from the bias tee through an SMC connector at
the third port. As with our other bias tees, the V255 also
has a one-year warranty.
(For further information see page 510)
Ideal for Optical Communications and High-Speed Pulse Applications
V265 DC Block
50 kHz to 65 GHz
The V265 DC Block has been designed and optimized for
optical communications and other high speed pulse, data
or microwave applications. Based on the coaxial resilient
connection – which is the same as on our V255 Gen II
Bias Tee – it provides excellent low frequency response
with very low losses and flat group delay over the temperature of operation. Designed to apply AC drive signals
to a device while eliminating any DC voltage or current
components, the V265 DC Block can be used in isolating
DC leakage between two electrical components. The DC
block comes with a standard V Connector® and assures
excellent impedance match across the wide bandwidth
available. A one-year warranty is provided.
(For further information see page 514)
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NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
Monitor, Access and Test
MP1033A DS3 Hi-Cap Test System
The Anritsu MP1033A is a combination access, test and
performance monitor system for DS3 circuits. It enables
a service provider to non-intrusively determine the quality of the signal at the DSX3 in the central office as well as
at the point where service is delivered to the customer. It
can be the tool to provide documented proof-of-service
quality to the end user, or at the point of hand-off between
an ILEC and a CLEC. In the event of an outage, the
equipment can help pinpoint faults - and the responsible
party - to support quick service restoration.
(For further information see page 523)
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OPTICAL
MEASURING
INSTRUMENTS
Selection Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Tunable Laser Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Optical Component Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
SLD Light Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Stabilized Light Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Optical Power Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57, 122
Optical Handy Power Meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Optical Test Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Multi Channel Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Optical Loss Test Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Optical Time Domain Reflectometers . . . . . . . . 78, 85
Optical Spectrum Analyzers . . . . . . . . . . . 90, 95, 103
WDM Network Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
WDM Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Optical Amplifier Test System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Optical Channel Selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Programmable Optical Attenuator . . . . . . . . . 116, 123
E/O, O/E Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Optical Directional Coupler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Optical Channel Drop Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Optical Wavelength/Frequency Counter . . . . . . . . 122
Waveform Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Optical Attenuators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123, 124
Bare Fiber Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Fiber Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Remote Fiber Test System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Optical Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
√
MG9587A
ML9001A
Optical power meters
√
√
√
ML9002A
ML910B
Standard optical power
meter
Optical wavelength/
frequency counter
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Laser diode testing
MG9541A
SLD light source
Splice loss
Tunable laser sources
Fault location
√
End-to-end
√
√
Loss
√
√
Identification
√
√
Remarks
Others
Fiber
evaluation
Baseband
characteristic
Loop-back
O/E Converter
and waveform
E/O Converter
Optical return loss measurement
Optical
identification
Loss
Loss-wavelength
High-loss
√
√
Light sources
Wavelength
√
MG9002A
Model
Spectrum
MG9001A
Low level
High accuracy
Medium/high level
Application
Light source
wavelength
Optical power
Selection guide
0.85/1.31/1.55 µm (LD, LED)
√ 1.500 to 1.580 µm
1.45 to 1.65 µm
√
√
√
–100 to +10 dBm
√
√
√
–70 to +20 dBm
√
√
√
–90 to +20 dBm
√
ML9050A
0.4 to 1.8 µm
√
MF9630A
0.6 to 1.6 µm (187 to 500 THz)
√
Optical test set
MT9810A
√
√
√
√
√
Multi channel box
MT9812B
√
√
√
√
√
Optical loss test set
MS9020D
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
0.75 to 1.7 µm
√
0.75 to 1.7 µm
√
0.85/1.3/1.55 µm
MS9710B
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MS9710C
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
0.6 to 1.75 µm
MS9780A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
0.6 to 1.75 µm
WDM network tester
MS9720A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1.450 to 1.650 µm
WDM tester
MS9715A
√
√
√
√
√
1.527 to 1.567 µm
Optical amplifier test
system
ME7890B
√
√
√
√
√
1.530 to 1.570 µm
Optical spectrum
analyzer
Optical time domain
reflectometers
Optical attenuators
Programmable optical
attenuator
MW9060A
MW9076 series
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
1.31/1.55 µm (SM), 0.85/1.30 µm (GI)
√
√
1.31/1.45/1.55/1.625 µm (SM)
MN938A
√
0.85/1.3 µm
MN9605C
√
1.31/1.55 µm
MN95D
√
1.3 µm
MN924C
√
1.3/1.55 µm
MN9625A/9626A
√
1.2 to 1.65 µm
MP9653A/9654A/
9655A
MN9662A/9664A/
Optical channel selectors
9672A/9674A
√
Waveform monitors
E/O, O/E converter
0.6 to 1.75 µm
√ 1.2 to 1.65 µm
√
MP9677B
Optical directional coupler MN9604C
1.31/1.55 µm
√
√
10G optical jitter solution
√ 1.25 to 1.60 µm
Bare fiber connectors
MP922B
√
Fiber adapter
MA9013A
√
Optical accessories
Optical fiber cord,
adapter, dummy
fiber, optical fiber
cutter, jacket stripper,
mode scrambler
√
Optical connector options for Anritsu optical measuring instruments
A variety of optical connectors are used with optical fibers worldwide.
Specify the option number, model name, and number of the optical
connector from the table below according to the type of optical connector you use. If no specification is made, an FC-type connector will
be supplied.
For combinations marked with “√” symbols in the table, the required
instrument can be supplied according to the order. For connectors
without “√” symbols or which do not appear in the table, consult your
sales representative. For measuring equipment with more than one
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control panel, specify only the connector connected to the measured
fiber. Be sure to consult us before ordering, particularly for optical
connectors for single-mode fibers, to avoid trouble with connectors
not fitting.
Optical connectors may be designed for either flat-polished or PCpolished ends. Some measuring instruments use connectors only for
PC-polished ends; consult the literature on the instrument before
specifying the connector option.
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
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22
23
25
26
27
31
34
35
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
45
47
Amphenol
906∗2
FC-APC∗3
SC-APC∗3
E-2000∗1
EC∗3
Diamond∗4
Amphenol 905
TOCP 172∗2
HFS-13/A
(GI)∗2
HMS-10/A
(SM)∗1
FC
HRL-10
(APC)∗3
Connector option number
21
AT & T
Biconical∗1
FC-PC∗1
ST
DIN 47256
SC
Light source
units
(for MG9001A
and MG9002A)
NEC D4
Model
MG0914E
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MG0917A/B
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MG0917D
√
√
√
√
√
MG0918B
√
√
√
√
√
MG0918D
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MG0927D/J
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MG0928D/J
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
∗5
∗5
∗5
∗5
∗5
Tunable laser
source
MG9541A
SLD light source
MG9587A
LED sources
(for MS9020D)
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MS0902A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MS0903A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MS0904A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MS0902D
√
√
MS0903D
√
√
MS0908A
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
MS0909A
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MA9301A
√
√
MA9302A
√
√
√
MA9305B
√
√
√
MA9801A
√
√
MA9802A
√
√
√
√
MA9307A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MA9421A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MA9423A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MA9621A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MA9721A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MA9723A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MA9411A
√
√
√
√
√
MA9412A
√
√
MA9611A
√
√
MA9612A
√
√
MA9711A
√
√
√
√
MA9712A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√
√∗1
√∗1
√∗1
√
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MA9714B
Optical power
MA9622A
sensors
(for MS9020D)
Optical return loss MS0907A
measuring unit
(for MS9020D)
Optical test set
MT9810A
Multi channel box
MT9812B
Adapter
√
√
MA9807A
Optical power
sensors
(for ML9001A)
√
√
MS0906A
Optical power
sensors
(for ML9002A
and MS9020D)
√
√
MS0905A
Optical power
sensors
(for ML910B)
√
√
√
MS0901A
MS0904B
LD sources
(for MS9020D)
√
√
MP92B
√
MA9013A
√
MA9001B
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√∗5
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
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41
42
43
45
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AT & T
Biconical∗1
Amphenol
906∗2
FC-APC∗3
SC-APC∗3
E-2000∗1
EC∗3
Diamond∗4
Amphenol 905
TOCP 172∗2
HFS-13/A
(GI)∗2
HRL-10
(APC)∗3
√
√
Model
Optical wavelength/frequency MF9630A
counter
√
√
MS9710C
√
√
MS9780A
WDM network
tester
MS9720A
Optical amplifier
test system
Optical time
domain
reflectometer
√
√
√
√
√
√
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√
√
√∗5
∗5
√
∗5
√
∗5
√
√∗5
√
√
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√
∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
∗5
∗5
∗5
∗5
∗5
√
∗5
√∗5
√
√
√
MS9715A
WDM tester
√
√
MS9710B
Optical
spectrum
analyzer
FC
31
HMS-10/A
(SM)∗1
27
SC
26
DIN 47256
25
ST
23
FC-PC∗1
22
NEC D4
Connector option number
21
√
√
√
∗5
√
ME7890B
MW9060A
√
∗5
√
√
∗5
√
√
√
MW0945B
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MW0947B
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MW0944B
√∗5
√
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√
MW0967B
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MW9076 series
√
√
√
√
√
√
MP9654A
√∗5
MP9655A/B
Optical
attenuators
MN95D
√
√
√
MN924C
√
√
√
MN9605C
MN938A
√
Programmable
MN9625A/9626A
optical attenuator
Optical channel MN9662A/9664A/9672A/
9674A
selectors
E/O, O/E
MP9677B
converter
Optical direcMN9604C
tional coupler
Optical fiber cord for baseband measurements
√
Dummy fiber cord for optical loss measurements
√
Mode scrambler
√
√
√
MZ106C
No marking: Ferrule type; Flat and PC.
For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√
√
√
√
√∗6
√∗6
√∗6
√
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√∗5
√
√
√
√
√
√
∗1: Ferrule type; PC
∗2: Ferrule type; Flat
∗3: Ferrule type; APC (angled PC)
∗4: Ferrule diameter; 3.5 mm, M9 x 0.5 screw
∗5: Ferrule type; PC (user replaceable and cleanable)
∗6: Ferrule type; Flat (user replaceable and cleanable)
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√
√
MP9653A
Waveform
monitors
√
√
√
√∗6
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Unit in mm
Option 21: Type D4 connector (flat, convex: PC)
Plug
Adapter
13
1.4
11
ø5.4
M8 x 0.75
13.4
2-ø2.3
ø5.4
ø9
ø2
14
M8 x 0.75
33.9
Option 22: AT&T Biconical connector (convex: PC)
ø28.4
Adapter
21.3
Plug
31.2
35.6
Option 23: Amphenol type 906 connector (flat)
Plug
Adapter
ø3.048
1/4-36UNS
32.3
43.6
23.5
Option 25: FC-APC (angled convex), Option 37: FC-PC (convex)
Option 45: FC (flat)
Plug
Adapter
42
M8 x 0.75
15
9.5
15
9.5
ø9
ø2.5
15
5
4
2-ø2.2 x ø3.8
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Unit in mm
Option 26: SC-APC (angled convex)
Option 40: SC connector (flat, convex: PC)
Plug
Adapter
12.8
9
ø2.5
27.4
25
55
Option 27: E-2000 (convex: PC, angled convex: APC)
Plug
Adapter
31.5
18
22
9
13
12
9
19.25
56
3.5
42
Option 31: EC (angled convex: APC)
Plug
Adapter
28.2 max
56 max
Option 34: Diamond connector
Plug
Adapter
M9 x 0.5
GI: HFS-3 (flat)
SM: HMS-0 (convex: PC)
ø3.5
42
22
12
34
42
For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Unit in mm
Option 35: Amphenol type 905 connector, HP SMA connector
Amphenol type 905: Flat
HP SMA: Convex (PC)
Plug
Adapter
ø3.175
1/4-36UNS
27.1
23.5
Option 38: ST connector (flat, convex: PC)
ø7.6
Adapter
ø2.5
Plug
16.2
29.5
Option 39: DIN connector (flat, convex: PC)
Option 47: HRL-10 (angled convex)
M5.5 x 0.5
Adapter
M5.5 x 0.5
24.5
ø2.5
ø6.9
Plug
38.5
Option 41: TOCP 172 (flat)
10
Plug
13
6.7
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Option 42: HFS-13/A (GI, flat)
Plug
Adapter
SW8
SW5.5
ø9.5
1/4-36 UNS-2A
1/4-36 UNS
ø2.5
23.5
37.3
Option 43: HMS-10/A (SM, convex: PC)
Plug
Adapter
37.3
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SW8
SW5.5
ø9.5
1/4-36 UNS-2A
1/4-36 UNS
ø2.5
23.5
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
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TUNABLE LASER SOURCE
MG9541A
1510 to 1640 nm
For Evaluating Characteristics of WDM Transmission Systems and Optical Components
NEW
GPIB
The MG9541A covers the wavelength band from 1510 to 1640 nm
with three outputs — a variable optical level output, a high power output and a high signal-to-noise ratio output. The MG9541A supports
a wide variety of applications including optical amplifier evaluation
systems and evaluation of characteristics of optical components
used in WDM transmission systems.
Features
• Full coverage of C and L bands
The wavelength range is 1510 to 1640 nm, offering ideal support for
the C-band (1530 to 1565 nm) and L-band (1565 to 1625 nm) wavelengths used in WDM communications, and for evaluating the performance of optical components and transmission systems.
• Variable level of –30 to 0 dBm (1st port)
An internal optical attenuator provides a high-stability optical output
over a variable level range of –30 to 0 dBm, offering an effective solution for evaluation of component performance versus input level,
such as optical amplifiers.
• High power (+7 dBm) output (2nd port)
The optical power is better than +7 dBm in the wavelength range
from 1530 to 1580 nm, and better than +6 dBm in the C to L bands.
In addition to use as an optical saturation signal for optical amplifier
systems, this output also supports saturation tests of optical amplifiers and WDM transmission systems.
• ITU-T grid wavelength setting functions
The grid wavelength used in WDM communications (ITU-T SG15) is
easy to set, and a user grid wavelength can also be set because any
wavelength can be registered.
• External control via built-in Ethernet
In addition to built-in support for GPIB and RS-232C, an Ethernet interface (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) is provided as standard equipment, offering external control via a network.
• High
signal-to-noise ratio (approx. 70 dB) optical output (3rd
port)
This port has a signal-to-noise ratio of approx. 70 dB. As shown in
the spectrum waveform, the source spontaneous emission (SSE)
generated by the MG9541A itself is lower than the detection limit of
the measuring instrument. When combined with a high-sensitivity
power meter, it can be used to measure the performance of passive
optical components, such as optical filters, optical isolators, optical
couplers, etc.
Example of high signal-to-noise ratio spectrum
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Specifications
Optical output port∗1
1st output (variable level over wide range )
Wavelength range
1510 to 1640 nm (>130 nm)
Wavelength setting
resolution
1 pm
Absolute wavelength
accuracy
±55 pm (valid for 10 h after wavelength calibration and at constant temperature)
Relative wavelength
accuracy
±45 pm (constant temperature)
Wavelength
repeatability
±35 pm (constant temperature)
Wavelength stability
±8 pm (approx. 1000 MHz, 0 to 10 min after changed the parameter, constant temperature)
±0.8 pm (approx. 100 MHz, 10 min to 1 h after changed the parameter, constant temperature)
Maximum output
power
≥+1 dBm (1530 to 1580 nm)
≥0 dBm (1530 to 1625 nm)
≥–2 dBm (1510 to 1640 nm)
≥+7 dBm (1530 to 1580 nm)
≥+6 dBm (1530 to 1625 nm)
≥+4 dBm (1510 to 1640 nm)
≥–15 dBm (1530 to 1625 nm)
≥–20 dBm (1510 to 1640 nm)
Minimum output
power
≤–30 dBm (1510 to 1640 nm)
2 dB down from the maximum output power
(1510 to 1640 nm)
≤–30 dBm (1510 to 1640 nm)
Power linearity
±0.30 dB (constant temperature)
±0.60 dB (constant temperature)
±0.3 dB (constant temperature)
Power repeatability
±0.02 dB (≥–20 dBm, constant temperature)
±0.04 dB (<–20 dBm, constant temperature)
±0.22 dB (constant temperature)
±0.02 dB (≥–20 dBm, constant temperature)
±0.04 dB (<–20 dBm, constant temperature)
Power stability
±0.01dB
(≥–20 dBm, 1 h, constant temperature)∗2
±0.02 dB
(<–20 dBm, 1 h, constant temperature)∗2
±0.20 dB (0 to 10 min after changing
setting,constant temperature)
±0.05 dB (10 min. to 1 h after changing
setting, constant temperature)
±0.01 dB
(≥–20 dBm, 1 h, constant temperature)∗2
±0.02 dB
(<–20 dBm, 1 h, constant temperature)∗2
Level flatness
±0.30 dB (constant temperature)
±0.60 dB (1530 to 1580 nm,
1570 to 1625 nm, constant temperature)
±0.30 dB (constant temperature)
Signal-to-noise ratio
≥47 dB/0.1 nm (1530 to 1620 nm)
≥40 dB/0.1 nm (1520 to 1620 nm)
≥37 dB/0.1 nm (typical, 1510 to 1640 nm)
≥47 dB/0.1 nm (1530 to 1620 nm)
≥40 dB/0.1 nm (1520 to 1620 nm)
≥37 dB/0.1 nm (typical, 1510 to 1640 nm)
∗At maximum output
≥69 dB/0.1 nm (1520 to 1620 nm)
≥66 dB/0.1 nm (typical, 1510 to 1640 nm)
2nd output (high-power)
3rd output (high signal-to-noise ratio)
Spectrum line width
Coherence control off: ≤800 kHz (typical), Coherence control on: ≥10 MHz (typical)
Polarization extinction
ratio
≥15 dB (typical, when FC-PANDA or SC connector is used and Anritsu specified polarization-maintaining optical fiber is used.
Tuning speed
<2200 ms/100 nm, <1200 ms /10 nm, <1200 ms /1 nm
Power
85 to 132 Vac/170 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, <190 VA
Warming-up time
<1 h (power on at room temperature)
Temperature range
+10° to +35°C (operating), –20° to +60°C (storage)
Dimensions and mass 320 (W) x 133 (H) x 451 (D) mm, ≤16.5 kg
EMC
EN61326 : 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN61010-1: 1993/A2: 1995 (Installation category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
Laser safety
IEC-60825-1: Class 3B, FDA (21CFR1040.10): Class ΙΙΙ b
∗1: The specifications for 3 kinds of optical output ports are applied for the selected one port.
∗2: When the supplied terminator is connected to the 2nd output.
Safety measures for laser products
MG9541A complies with optical safety standards of the IEC pub. 6082 5-1
and the FDA (21CFR1040.10, USA). The following descriptive labels are
affixed to the product.
DANGER
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE
TO BEAM
a
MAXIMUM 50mW
:CW
: 1450-1650nm
WAVELENGTH
CLASS ΙΙΙ b LASER PRODUCT
50mW
21CFR1040-10, label
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INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
(MAX)
(PULSE DURATION)
CW
(WAVELENGTH)
1450-1650nm
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT
IEE-60825-1, label
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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
1
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, item, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MG9541A
Main frame
Tunable Laser Source
F0013
W1814AE
W1815AE
S0003
B0329F
J1076
Standard accessories
Power cord, 2.6 m :
Optical connector∗1:
Fuse, 5 A:
MG9541A operation manual:
MG9541A remote control operation manual:
Optical output control key:
Front cover (3/4MW3U):
Terminator:
MS9710B
MS9710C
Peripheral instruments
Optical Spectrum Analyzer
Optical Spectrum Analyzer
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
1
pc
pcs
pcs
pc
pc
pcs
pc
pc
J0575
J0006
J0007
J0008
J0009
J0654A
J0655A
J0739G
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
B0498
Application parts
Ferrule cleaner
Replacement reel for ferrule cleaner (6 pcs/set, for Z0282)
Cleaner for optical adapter (stick type, 200 pcs/set)
FC · PC-FC · PC-1M-PM13 (FC · PC polarization-maintaining optical fiber cord, 1 m)
FC · PC-SC · PC-1M-PM13 (FC · PC-SC · PC conversion
polarization-maintaining optical fiber cord, 1 m)
SC · PC-SC · PC-1M-PM13 (SC · PC polarization-maintaining optical fiber cord, 1 m)
FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-SM (FC · PC optical fiber cord, SM, 2 m)
GPIB cable, 0.5 m
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
GPIB cable, 4 m
Serial interface cable
Serial interface cable
Replaceable optical connector (FC-PANDA)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
Rack mount kit
MG9541A-29
MG9541A-38
MG9541A-39
MG9541A-40
MG9541A-43
Options
Tunable laser
Tunable laser
Tunable laser
Tunable laser
Tunable laser
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
J1082
J1083
J1084
source
source
source
source
source
(with
(with
(with
(with
(with
FC-PANDA connector)∗1
ST connector)∗1
DIN connector)∗1
SC connector)∗1
HMS-10/A connector)∗1
∗1: When ordering, the option-specified connector is supplied as standard.
Specify the option number after the model name. If a connector is not
specified, a FC-PANDA connector (Option 29) is supplied as standard.
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OPTICAL COMPONENT TESTER
ME7894A
For Evaluating Passive Optical Devices such as WDM and Fiber Amplifiers
The ME7894A is used in conjunction with the MG9541A Tunable
Laser Source, the MT9810B Optical Test Set and the MA9332A
Optical Sensor to configure a high-speed measurement system for
optical components (filters, couplers, isolators, etc.) used in WDM
transmission systems. The measurement can be easily set up over
a wide wavelength range from C-band (1530 to 1565 nm) to L-band
(1565 to 1625 nm).
Functions
• C- and L-bands (1510 to 1640 nm)
The ME7894A has a signal-to-noise ratio of approx. 70 dB over a
wide wavelength range from the C-band (1530 to 1565 nm) to the Lband (1565 to 1625 nm) using the 3rd port of the MG9541A Tunable
Laser Source. It is ideal for measuring the wavelength characteristics
of WDM optical components.
• High-speed measurement
Combining the ME7894A with the MA9332A Optical Sensor makes
high-speed measurement possible. For example, 5001 data points
can be measured in less than 10 seconds. (wavelength sweep
range: 20 nm, span: 4 pm, bandwidth: Auto)
• High dynamic range
A measurement range of more than 50 dB is achieved from 1530 to
1625 nm (C-and L-bands) by using the high-signal-to-noise ratio (approx. 70 dB) optical output (3rd port) and high sensitive sensor.
• 2-channel automatic measurement
Measurement conditions can be input directly into the settings
screen displayed on a PC. The ME7894A can measure up to two
sensor channels automatically and display the results as a graph.
• Bare fiber support
A bare fiber can be connected to the MA9332A Optical Sensor,
greatly reducing the inspection time on optical component production
lines, etc., and increasing the work efficiency. Moreover, measurement is possible using only the MA9332A with no need to move main
power meter.
MX789400A Optical Component Tester Control Software
When the MX789400A software is installed in a PC, the MG9541A
and MT9810B can be controlled via the GPIB. The software has
functions to calculate the data before and after the DUT is inserted,
measure the DUT loss wavelength characteristics, and display the
results graphically. It makes evaluation of components easier and the
measured data can be saved as a text file for importing into spreadsheet applications, etc.
Versatile control functions
The MX789400A∗1 has both detailed setting functions and ActiveX∗2
for required control. The software manages timing during tracking
measurement with the MG9541A and MT9810B.
By using Visual Basic∗2, etc., it is possible to create powerful software applications for the required evaluation.
∗1: For the performance of recommended PC, refer to the note ∗5 in page 49.
∗2: Registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation
Optical filter measurement example
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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
1
Applications
• Measuring wavelength characteristics of optical coupler
The signal-to-noise ratio of the optical output of 3rd port of the
MG9541A is 70 dB (typ.). When this high-signal-to-noise ratio optical
signal is input to an optical coupler, the wavelength characteristics of
the branch ratio can be measured by the MT9810B and the results
displayed as a graph on a PC.
• Multiple light sources
The characteristics of optical components can be checked efficiently
by branching the high-power optical output (2nd port) of the
MG9541A. For example, several test-stations can use one MG9541A
by branching the high-power output.
• Measuring wavelength characteristics of fiber bragg grating
When the high-signal-to-noise ratio optical output of 3rd port of the
MG9541A is input to a fiber Bragg grating, the MT9810B can measure the transmitted and reflected light.
The measurement results are displayed graphically on a PC.
FBG measurement example
GPIB
MG9541A
MT9810B
3rd output
DUT
MA9332A
MA9332A
Specifications
• ME7894A Optical Component Tester
Configuration instruments
MG9541A, MT9810B, MU931002A, MA9332A
Wavelength measurement range
1510 to 1640 nm
Minimum wavelength resolution
1 pm
Absolute wavelength accuracy∗1
±55 pm
Wavelength repeatability∗2
±35 pm
Loss measurement dynamic range
≥50 dB (1530 to 1625 nm)
Loss measurement accuracy
≤±0.3 dB (–10 dBm)
Loss measurement linearity∗3
≤±0.1 dB ±5 nW (–10 to –50 dBm)
Loss measurement repeatability
≤±0.1 dB ±5 nW (–10 to –49 dBm)
SNR∗4
≥69 dB/0.1 nm (MG9541A 3rd output)
Measurement time
≤10 s (wavelength span: 20 nm, wavelength resolution: 4 pm, using 1 channel)
Number of channels
Max. 2 channels
Operating temperature
+10° to +35 °C
Software∗5
MX789400A Optical Component Tester Control Software
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN61010-1: 1993/A2: 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: After wavelength calibration, <10 h, constant temperature
∗2: Constant temperature
∗3: –10 dBm reference
∗4: Signal-to-noise ratio
∗5: PC required for MX789400A
IBM-PC AT compatible with CPU equivalent of Intel Celeron 450 MHz or higher (with FPU), 64 Mbytes of RAM min.,
100 Mbytes or more of free disk space, 1024 x 768 pixel min. display, running Microsoft Windows 95 service pack 1 or later, or Windows 98 and Microsoft
Internet Explorer V.4.01 or later, with National Instrument PCI-GPIB or PCMCIA-GPIB installed
Microsoft Windows and Internet Explorer are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.
Other company names and trademarks in this catalog are the property of their respective owners.
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• MG9541A Tunable Laser Source
For the specifications, refer to page 46.
• MT9810B Optical Test Set
Display resolution
dBm: 0.001, 0.01, 0.1
dB: 0.001, 0.01, 0.1
Watt: 5 digits
Display range
–199.999 to +199.999 dBm, ±0.0001 pW to ±10000 W
Display
Fluorescent character display tube
Remote control
GPIB, RS-232C
External trigger input connector
BNC type (MG9541A dedicated)
Laser safety mechanism
Remote interlock, optical output control (key control)
Environmental conditions
Operating temperature and humidity: 0° to +50°C/≤90% (no condensation), Storage temperature: –25° to +71°C
Plug-in units
Max. 2
Dimensions and mass
213(W) x 88(H) x 351(D) mm, ≤3.5 kg (excluding plug-in units)
Power
85 to 132 Vac/170 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤70 VA
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN61010-1: 1993/A2: 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
• MA9332A Optical Sensor
This specifications are available combined with MT9810B Optical Test Set.
Element
InGaAs-PD
Input type
Fiber (with using MA9005A connector adapter)
Applicable optical fiber
9/125 to 62.5/125 mm (NA: ≤0.29)
Wavelength range
750 to 1700 nm
Optical power measurement range∗1
+5 to –80 dBm (continuous light)
Noise level∗2
≤–76 dBm
Polarization dependency∗3
≤±0.017 dB (typ: ≤±0.01 dB)
Optical power measurement
uncertainty∗4
Reference conditions: ±2%, operating conditions: ±3.5%
Linearity∗5
≤±0.05 dB ±50 pW (+7 to 0 dBm), ≤±0.01dB ±30 pW (0 to –70 dBm)
Optical connector∗6
FC-PC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A, SC
Environmental conditions
Operating temperature and humidity: 0° to +50°C/≤90% (no condensation)
Storage temperature: –40° to +71°C
Dimensions and mass
45 (W) x 60 (H) x 110 (D) mm, ≤500 g
Connection with MT9810B
Requires MU931002A
∗1: 1550 nm
∗2: Peak-to-peak noise, measurement interval: 100 ms, averaging: 10 times, 1550 nm
∗3: Using SM fiber (ITU-T G.652), return loss: ≥45 dB, 1550 nm
∗4: Reference conditions
SM fiber (ITU-T G.652), master FC connector, power level: 100 µW (–10 dBm), continuous light, 1550 nm, 23° ±2°C, at day of calibration, after 30 min
warm-up
Operating conditions
SM fiber (ITU-T G.652), master FC connector, power level: 100 µW (–10 dBm), continuous light, any wavelength in 1000 to 1650 nm range, 23˚ ±5°C, within
1 year after calibration, after 30 min warm-up, add 1% to accuracy for a fiber other than SM fiber (ITU-T G.652)
∗5: Measurement conditions
Constant temperature within 23° ±5°C, bandwidth: auto/0.1 Hz/1 Hz/10 Hz, any wavelength in 1000 to 1650 nm, continuous light, power level: 100 µW
(–10 dBm) reference, after 30 min warm up
∗6: Specify connector for optical connector option supplied as standard accessory. If connector not specified, FC-PC (Option 37) supplied as standard.
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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
1
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MG9541A
Main frame
Tunable Laser Source
F0013
W1814AE
W1815AE
S0003
B0329F
J1076
Standard accessories
Power cord, 2.6 m :
Optical connector∗1:
Fuse, 5 A:
MG9541A operation manual:
MG9541A remote control operation manual:
Optical output control key:
Front cover (3/4MW3U):
Optical terminator:
MS9710B
MS9710C
Peripheral instruments
Optical Spectrum Analyzer
Optical Spectrum Analyzer
Model/Order No.
MT9810B
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
1
pc
pcs
pcs
copy
copy
pcs
pc
pc
J0575
J0006
J0007
J0008
J0009
J0654A
J0655A
J0739G
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
B0498
Application parts
Ferrule cleaner
Ferrule cleaner tape
Adapter cleaner
FC · PC-FC · PC-1M-PM13 (FC · PC polarization-maintaining optical fiber cord, 1 m)
FC · PC-SC · PC-1M-PM13 (FC · PC-SC · PC polarization-maintaining optical fiber conversion cord, 1 m)
SC · PC-SC · PC-1M-PM13 (SC · PC polarization-maintaining optical fiber cord, 1 m)
FC ·PC-FC ·PC-2M-SM (FC ·PC optical fiber cord, 2 m, SM)
GPIB cable, 0.5 m
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
GPIB cable, 4 m
Serial interface cable (9P-9P)
Serial interface cable (9P-25P)
Replaceable optical connector (FC-PANDA)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
Rack mount kit
MG9541A-29
MG9541A-38
MG9541A-39
MG9541A-40
MG9541A-43
Options
Tunable laser
Tunable laser
Tunable laser
Tunable laser
Tunable laser
ME7894A
Main frame
Optical Component Tester
MG9541A
MT9810B
MU931002A
MA9332A
Configuration instruments
Tunable Laser Source:
Optical Test Set:
Sensor Adapter:
Optical Sensor:
1
1
1
1
J0008
J0775D
Standard accessories
GPIB cable, 2 m:
Coaxial cable, 2 m:
2 pcs
1 pc
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
J1082
J1083
J1084
ME7894A-01
source
source
source
source
source
(FC-PANDA connector)
(ST connector)
(DIN connector)
(SC connector)
[HMS-10/A (DIAMOND) connector]
Name
Main frame
Optical Test Set
B0425
Standard accessories
MT9810B operation manual:
MT9810B remote control operation manual:
RCA short pin:
RCA plug (for remote interlock):
Key (for optical output control):
Fuse, 2 A:
Power cord, 2.6 m:
Blank panel:
MU931002A
Plug-in unit
Sensor Adapter
J1073A
MX789400A
W1926AE
Standard accessories
Optical sensor connection cable, 1.5 m:
1 pc
Optical Component Tester Control Software (FD): 1 set
MX789400A operation manual:
1 copy
W1886AE
W1887AE
J0895
J0896
Z0391
F0011
MA9332A
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
copy
copy
pc
pc
pc
pcs
pc
pc
Optical sensor head
Optical Sensor (MA9005A Connector Adapter standard
equipment)∗2
MA9332A-37
MA9332A-38
MA9332A-39
MA9332A-40
MA9332A-43
Options
FC-PC connector
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
HMS-10/A connector
MA9005A-37
MA9005A-38
MA9005A-39
MA9005A-40
MA9005A-43
Application parts
Connector adapter
Connector adapter
Connector adapter
Connector adapter
Connector adapter
(FC-PC)
(ST)
(DIN)
(SC)
(HMS-10/A)
∗1: Connector for specified options at ordering supplied as standard.
Specify by appending number after model. If connector not specified,
FC-PANDA (Option 29) supplied as standard.
∗2: Connector for specified options at ordering supplied as standard.
Specify by appending number after model. If connector not specified,
FC-PC (Option 37) supplied as standard.
Note: For personal computer, please contact your nearest Anritsu representative.
unit
unit
unit
unit
Option
2 channel option (able to use two units of MU931002A or
MA9332A simultaneously)
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SLD LIGHT SOURCE
MG9587A
1450 to 1650 nm
For Measurement of Wavelength Transmission Characteristics and PMD
The MG9587A provides a stable source of light over a wide wavelength range of more than 200 nm. It incorporates highly accurate
control of the Super Luminescence Diode source (SLD; Anritsu manufactured), realizing a high output level and stability. It has applications in the measurement of wavelength transmission characteristics, where a white light source might have insufficient output to provide adequate dynamic range. By combining the MG9587A with the
MS9710B/C Optical Spectrum Analyzer (OSA), high-dynamic range
transmission measurements become possible.
In addition, using the MG9587A combined with an Anritsu optical
spectrum analyzer, it is possible to measure polarization mode dispersion (PMD) in optical fibre and other optical components. The
method used is the Fixed Analyzer (FA) Method, allowing fast and
easy PMD measurement. The MS9710B/C Optical Spectrum
Analyzer comes with application software for PMD measurement as
standard. The MG9587A can also be installed into the MS9710B/C
(option 13/14 for the MS9710B/C).
Basic features
Figure 1 shows the typical output spectrum of the MG9587A. While
its peak level is –40 dBm/nm or more, it outputs more than –60
dBm/nm over a total bandwidth of 200 nm.
Combined with the MS9710B/C, the transmission measurement dynamic range is greater than 30 dB at the spectrum edges, and more
than 50 dB at the peak wavelength.
Figure 2 shows the spectrum of the WDM band. It features a flat
characteristic of approximately 1 dB level deviation in a wavelength
range of 50 nm around 1550nm.
Fig. 1 Center wavelength: 1550 nm,
Span width: 200 nm, RBW: 1 nm
Note: The measured level of the MG9587A depends upon the Resolution
Bandwidth (RBW) setting of the OSA. If the RBW is set to 0.5 nm on the
OSA, then the measured level becomes 3 dB lower than when the RBW
is set to 1 nm. It is for this reason that the SLD spectrum is always specified in power per unit nm (i.e., the power measured in an equivalent
bandwidth of 1 nm).
Fig. 2 Center wavelength: 1550 nm,
Span width: 50 nm, RBW: 1 nm
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Application
• Measurement
1
Specifications
examples of wavelength transmission charac-
teristics
The following shows an example of Optical Band Pass Filter (OBPF)
measurement.
Using the A trace of the optical spectrum analyzer, the spectrum is
measured after being transmitted through a standard SM fiber patch
cord. The measured value is assumed to be the reference level.
Then the device under test (DUT) is connected, and the spectrum is
measured and displayed on the B trace. By calculating the difference
between these two spectra, the transmission characteristics of the
DUT can be displayed. Anritsu optical spectrum analyzers feature a
(B – A) function, that is able to normalize spectra so that the actual
transmission characteristics of DUTs can be easily measured with
high reproducibility.
Figure 3 shows the spectrum (B – A) trace after subtraction. The
peak search feature of the optical spectrum analyzer reveals that the
insertion loss of the OBPF is 1.99 dB. The analysis feature of the optical spectrum analyzer finds that the half bandwidth (FWHM) is 2.32
nm.
Wavelength range
1450 to 1650 nm
Output level
>–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm)
>–60 dBm/nm (1450 to 1650 nm)
Output level stability∗1
±0.04 dB (MS9710B/C setting resolution: 1 nm,
no polarization change, constant temperature,
measured for 20 minutes at 1550 nm)
Spectrum half width
>70 nm (90 nm typical)
Optical connector
User replaceable type (FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A)
Environmental condition
Operating temperature: 0˚ to +40˚C,
Storage temperature: –20˚ to +60˚C,
Relative humidity: <90%
Power
AC 85 to 132/170 to 250 V, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤35 VA
Dimension and mass
∗Excluding projections
213 (W) x 88 (H) x 250 (D) mm, ≤3.5 kg
∗1: Measured after one hour warm-up
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Fig. 3 Loss characteristics (B – A) trace
• PMD measurement example
DUT (optical fiber etc.)
MS9710B/C
Optical
Spectrum
Analyzer
MG9587A
SLD Light
Source
PRM
PRM
PRM: Polarization Rotation Module
Name
MG9587A
Main frame
SLD Light Source
F0011
B0329L
W1768AE
Standard accessories
Optical connector adapter∗1:
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuse, 2.0 A:
Front cover:
MG9587A operation manual:
MG9587A-37
MG9587A-38
MG9587A-39
MG9587A-40
MG9587A-43
Options
FC connector
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
HMS-10/A (DIAMOND) connector
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
J0635B
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
G0084
Application parts
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
Optical fiber patch-cord (FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-SM), 2 m
Ferrule cleaner (A-type)
Ferrule cleaner tape (for Z0282, 6 pcs/set)
Adapter cleaner (stick-type, 200 pcs/set)
Polarization rotation module
1
1
2
1
1
pc
pc
pcs
pc
copy
∗1: Please specify the connector to be supplied as the standard connector
• Measuring polarization mode dispersion
when ordering the above options. If the connector is not specified, an FC
connector (MG9587A-37) will be supplied as standard.
Polarization mode dispersion is one of the most important factors in
determining the upper limit of an optical fiber system’s transmission
bit rate. There are many methods for measuring PMD, but all fall into
2 categories: time domain and frequency domain methods. The
MS9710B/C is equipped with the Fixed Analyzer (FA) method, an automated frequency domain method employing wavelength scanning
and extreme counting. The measured waveform is immediately
processed to indicate the PMD value. Assuming that the 1st peak
wavelength is λ1, the nth peak wavelength is λ2, and the difference
between these two is ∆λ (λ2 – λ1), the MS9710B/C can automatically read each value and calculate the PMD by using the formula below:
N–1 λ1 • λ2
PMD = RMS DGD (Differential Group Delay) = K –––– x ––––––
C
∆λ
K: Mode coupling factor, C: velocity of light (m/s),
N: number of counted peaks
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STABILIZED LIGHT SOURCE
MG9001A/9002A
0.85/1.3/1.55 µm
A Variety of Light Sources Units such as LED
MG9001A
MG9002A
(MG9001A)
The MG9001A/9002A can be used as stabilized light sources for different applications by changing the light source units. In particular,
they have been designed for a high output stability of 0.02 dB. The
MG9001A can hold 2 LED light source units. The MG9002A can hold
12 LED light source units making it ideal for measurement of loss in
multi-core fiber cables. Analog and digital modulation functions are
also provided in both models, which means that they can be used as
E/O converters.
Features
• Plug-in unit light sources
Units can be changed according to the application to configure very
economical measurement arrangements.
• Integrated optical power meter
The MG9001A can be connected to the ML9001A Optical Power Meter
to configure a high-performance optical loss test set.
• Integrated loss measurement in multi-core fiber cables
Connecting the MG9002A and the ML9001A permits simultaneous
loss measurement of 12 cores in multi-core fiber cable.
• Various modulation functions
Analog and digital modulation functions enable use of these models as
LAN-system measuring instruments and as E/O converters for measuring baseband characteristics. Note that to apply external digital
modulation and internal modulation separately to the MG9002A, the
MG0902A Modulation Unit must be used.
• Variable optical output level
The optical output level can be varied in 0.01 dB steps up to 6 dB.
• Wide operating temperature range (–10° to 50°C)
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GPIB
Application
Easy combined multi-core fiber cable loss measurement
ML9001A
Optical Power Meter
f1 f2 f3 f4 f5 f6 f7 f8 f9 f10 f11 f12
MG9002A
Large active
area sensor
Multi-core fiber
cable adapter
Note: f1 to f12: Individual modulation frequency
Connecting the MG9002A to the ML9001A makes loss measurement in
multi-core fiber cable easy with a single connection.
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
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Specifications
• Main frames
Model
Number of units that can be installed
Attenuation display
MG9001A
MG9002A
LED light source: 1 to 2 pcs
LED light source: 1 to 12 pcs
0 to 6 dB, 0.01 dB steps
Simultaneous modulation frequencies:
(270 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz) ±0.1%
Individual modulation frequencies for each channel:
Twelve range 170 to 1000 Hz
Frequencies: (270 kHz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz) ±0.1%
Internal modulation
Duty factor: 50 ±10%
Output synchronized with modulation signal: TTL level (terminated at 10 kΩ), BNC
External modulation
Frequency: DC to 30 MHz
Input level: 0 to +0.8/+2 to +5 V
Impedance: 75 Ω, BNC connector
GPIB
SH1, AH1, T8, L4, SR0, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT0, C0
Temperature range
–10° to +50°C (spec. meet), –40° to +70°C (storage)
AC 100 V
Power
+10
–15
See MG0902A Modulation Unit specification
%, 50/60/400 Hz, ≤49 VA (full units)
AC 100 V
213 (W) x 88 (H) x 251 (D) mm, ≤4 kg (without unit)
Dimensions and mass
+10
–15
%, 50/60 Hz, ≤200 VA (full units)
426 (W) x 133 (H) x 351 (D) mm, ≤12 kg (without unit)
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class D)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
––
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ,
Pollution degree 2)
––
Explanation and warning label example
Maximum power output and wavelength are given for ∗1 and ∗2
respectively.
Explanation label (IEC)
Warning label (CFR)
• LED Light Source Units
Model
MG0914E
MG0917A
MG0917B
MG0918B
1.55 ±0.01
Compatible fiber
GI
Wavelength (µm)
0.85 ±0.015∗2
1.3 ±0.03∗2
1.31 ±0.01
≤50 nm∗2
≤130 nm∗2
≤20 nm
GI fiber
–13 ±1 dBm
–20 ±1 dBm
SM fiber
–
≥–40 dBm
Spectral bandwidth
Output∗3
Output level
Modulation
MG0917D
MG0918D
1.31 ±0.01
1.55 ±0.01
MG0927D/J∗1 MG0928D/J∗1
GI/SM
Temperature
characteristics
≤0.2
≤25 nm
SM
≤20 nm
1.31 ±0.01
≤25 nm
≥–35 dBm
Short term
stability
≥–28 dBm
≤0.1 dB∗5
≤0.2 dB∗6
≤0.02 dB∗7(FC-PC)
≤0.05 dB∗7(FC)
Internal digital
modulation
Frequencies: (270 Hz, 1kHz, 2 kHz) ±0.1%, individual modulation frequencies for each channel
Duty factor: 50±10%
External
digital
modulation
Input
Attenuation setting range
Connector∗8
Temperature range
Dimensions and mass
≥–32 dBm
≤0.2 dB∗6(FC-PC)
≤0.5 dB∗6(FC)
≤0.02 dB∗7
Output
≤25 nm
–
≥–50 dBm
dB∗4
1.55 ±0.01
≤20 nm
Rise/fall time: ≤3 ns (10 to 90%), Level: 0 to +0.8/+2 to +5 V, Connector: BNC,
Impedance: 75 Ω, Frequency: DC to 10 MHz
Rise fall time: ≤30 ns
Input Rise/fall time: ≤3 ns
(10 to 90%), Level: 0 to +0.8/
+2 to +5 V, Connector: BNC,
Impedance: 75 Ω, Frequency:
DC to 30 MHz
Output Rise/fall time: ≤10 ns
0 to 6 dB, 0.01 dB steps
FC-type (standard model)
FC-PC type (standard model)
–10° to +50°C (spec.meet), –40° to +70°C (storage)
31 (W) x 74 (H) x 178 (D) mm, ≤400 g
∗1: MG0927J and MG0928J are single units with two optical outputs
∗2: 25°C, attenuator 0 dB
∗3: CW, attenuator 0 dB
∗4: CW, attenuator 0 dB, –10° to +50°C, 8 hours
∗5: CW, 10° to 40°C, 8 hours
62 (W) x 74 (H) x 178 (D)
mm, ≤500 g
62 (W) x 74 (H) x 178 (D) mm,
≤500 g(MG0927D/0928D)
≤600 g(MG0927J/0928J)
∗6: CW, –10° to +50°C, 8 hours
∗7: CW, ±1°C change at a temperature between –10° to +50°C, for one hour
∗8: D4, DIN, DIAMOND and ST connectors are available as options.
For other connectors, please consult your nearest Anritsu representative.
Note: Above specifications are expressed for the case when 2 m of GI fiber (50/125 µm, NA 0.2) or SM fiber (10/125 µm, NA 0.1) is connected.
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• Modulation Unit
Model
MG0902A
Modulation
Frequency: DC to 30 MHz
Input: 0 to +0.8/+2 to +5 V, 75 Ω, BNC
Temperature range
–10° to +50°C (spec.meet), –40° to +70°C (storage)
Dimensions and mass
62 (W) x 74 (H) x 178 (D) mm, ≤400 g
Light source units selection guide
• LED Light Source Units
Fiber
Model
Wavelength
GI
MG0914E
0.85 µm
MG0917A
1.3 µm
MG0918B
1.55 µm
MG0917B
1.31 µm
MG0917D
1.31 µm
GI/SM
SM
Output power
–13±1 dBm
Number of
channel
1
–20±1 dBm (GI)
≥–40 dBm (SM)
≥–35 dBm (GI)
≥–50 dBm (SM)
≥–35 dBm (GI)
≥–50 dBm (SM)
≥–35 dBm (GI)
≥–50 dBm (SM)
≥–35 dBm (GI)
≥–50 dBm (SM)
Features/Applications
GI fiber loss measurement
1
GI/SM fiber loss measurement
1
1
Narrow spectrum
2
Narrow spectrum
2
Excellent temperature
stability
MG0918D
1.55 µm
MG0927J
1.31 µm
≥–28 dBm
2
MG0928J
1.55 µm
≥–32 dBm
2
MG0927D
1.31 µm
≥–28 dBm
2
MG0928D
1.55 µm
≥–32 dBm
2
Two optical output in
one unit
One optical output in
one unit
GI/SM fiber high-precision loss
measurement
Low-loss measurement of optical
fibers, optical devices, optical connectors, etc.
Edge-emitting LED use
SM fiber high-precision loss
measurement
High-loss measurement of optical
fibers, optical devices
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MG9001A
MG9002A
Main frame
Stabilized Light Source
Stabilized Light Source
F0009
F0039
F0040
F0043
F0044
E0007
W0487AE
Standard accessories (MG9001A)
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuse, 1.25 A (T1.25A250V):
Fuse, 0.2 A (MF51NN250V0.2ADC01):
Fuse, 0.315 A (MF51NN250V0.315ADC01):
Fuse, 1 A (MF51NN250V1ADC01):
Fuse, 1.6 A (MF51NN250V1.6ADC01):
Optical output control key:
MG9001A/MG9002A operation manual:
J0017
F0013
F0040
F0043
F0045
F0046
E0007
W0487AE
Standard accessories (MG9002A)
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuse, 5 A (T5A250V):
Fuse, 0.315 A (MF51NN250V0.315ADC01):
Fuse, 1 A (MF51NN250V1ADC01):
Fuse, 2 A (MF51NN250V2ADC01):
Fuse, 3.15 A (MF51NN250V3.15ADC01):
Optical output control key:
MG9001A/MG9002A operation manual:
MG900[ ]A-02
Option
Top cover for stacking
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Model/Order No.
1
2
1
3
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
6
2
1
pc
pcs
pc
pcs
pc
pcs
pcs
copy
pc
pcs
pcs
pcs
pc
pcs
pcs
copy
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Name
MG0914E
MG0917A
MG0917B
MG0917D
MG0918B
MG0918D
MG0927D
MG0927J
MG0928D
MG0928J
MG0902A
Plug-in units
LED Source (0.85 µm, GI)
LED Source (1.3 µm, GI)
LED Source (1.31 µm, GI/SM)
LED Source (1.31 µm, GI/SM)
LED Source (1.55 µm, GI/SM)
LED Source (1.55 µm, GI/SM)
Edge Emitting LED Source (1.3 µm, SM)
Edge Emitting LED Source (1.31 µm, SM)
Edge Emitting LED Source (1.55 µm, SM)
Edge Emitting LED Source (1.55 µm, SM)
Modulation Unit
B0283
J0200B
J0439B
J0056B
J0635B
J0282
Z0173
B0340
B0341
Application accessories
Blank panel
FC-FC-2M-GI (FC optical fiber cord, 2 m, GI)
FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-GI (FC · PC optical fiber cord, 2 m, GI)
FC-FC-2M-SM (FC optical fiber cord, 2 m, SM)
FC·PC-FC · PC-2M-SM (FC · PC optical fiber cord, 2 m, SM)
Optical fiber cord SGS driver
MG9001A/MG9002A service kit
MG9001A hard carrying case (without casters)
MG9002A hard carrying case (with casters)
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
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OPTICAL POWER METER
ML9001A
A Variety of Optical Sensors such as Si, Ge and InGas
GPIB
The ML9001A is a single-channel digital-display optical power meter.
It ensures accuracy and linearity over a wide wavelength range and
greatly improves measurement reliability. It also has an improved basic performance. For example, measurements can be made over the
wide level range from –100 to +20 dBm because internal reflection
in the power sensors has been suppressed. The ML9001A also has
many new functions that make it easier to use than other power meters.
It can be used for all optical power measurements such as optical
fiber loss measurement and optical device performance evaluation.
Features
• Enables high-accuracy measurement
The ML9001A accurately and automatically calibrates all the power
sensors within the specified wavelength range and ensures a ±5%
accuracy at –23 dBm. It also has a ±0.15 dB linearity (–23 dBm reference value). The ML9001A extends the guaranteed accuracy range
of the measured values and enables high-accuracy measurement.
• One power sensor for repeater maintenance and long-distance
fiber loss measurement
The MA9612A Optical Power Sensor has ultra-high sensitivity. Its measurement level range is –100 to ±3 dBm in the 1.3 µm band and it
can sense either continuous light or modulated light. A single MA9612A
can measure the near-end and far-end outputs of a repeater as well
as measure long-distance fiber losses.
• Multi-core fiber cable losses easily measured
For modulated light measurement, the ML9001A has 12 modulation
frequencies including 270 Hz. This meter can easily be used to
measure multi-core fiber cable losses by using it with the MG9002A
Stabilized Light Source (mounts up to 12 light source units).
• Interchangeable optical connectors
The optical connectors of all the power sensors accept adapters. This
system allows the optical connectors to be interchanged so the ML9001A
can be quickly used with various optical connectors. Since the internal coating of the optical power sensors suppresses reflected light,
measurement errors are reduced in beam measurement (with or without
an optical fiber).
• Reduced measurement time
The ML9001A has a much better response speed and stability than
conventional optical power meters. With GPIB, it can measure at 30
ms/point so the measurement time can be reduced to less than 50%
of conventional automatic measurement.
• High-performance optical loss test set
Stacking the ML9001A with the MG9001A Stabilized Light Source
quickly configures a high-performance optical loss test set. Selecting
various light source units and enables the ML9001A to measure all
optical losses.
Specifications
• ML9001A Optical Power Meter
Indicator
Display
4 digit, W, W(REL), dBm, dB(REL) selectable
Calibration coefficient
Adjustable
Recorder output
1 V/full-scale, linear output
Range select
Manual selection and automatic ranging
Measurement mode
Continuous and modulated light∗1
Wavelength sensitivity correction
Automatic correction in 1 nm steps
Data memory
Max. 1000 data via GPIB
Dimensions and mass
213 (W) x 88 (H) x 250 (D) mm, ≤4 kg
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Sensor
Model
MA9412A
MA9411A/A1
Wavelength range
MA9611A
0.75 to 1.7 µm
0.38 to 1.15 µm
Element
InGaAs photodiode
Si photodiode
Active area diameter
Input type
Dimensions and mass
9.5 mm
–
–
Direct to photodiode
Connector∗2
Connector∗2
61 (W) x 42 (H) x 110 (D) mm,
≤800 g
40 (W) x 32 (H) x 62/73 (D) mm,
≤400 g
Model
MA9711A/A1
MA9612A
Wavelength range
Element
Input type
MA9714B
0.75 to 1.8 µm
InGaAs photodiode
Dimensions and mass
MA9712A
0.75 to 1.7 µm
Active area diameter
40 (W) x 32 (H) x 65 (D) mm, ≤400 g
Cooled-Ge photodiode
Ge photodiode
–
5 mm
–
Connector∗2
Direct to photodiode
Connector∗3
61 (W) x 42 (H) x 110 (D)
mm, ≤800 g
40 (W) x 32 (H) x 62/73 (D)
mm, ≤400 g
42 (W) x 47 (H) x 110 (D)
mm, ≤500 g
47 (W) x 61 (H) x 128 (D)
mm, ≤800 g
Overall
Model
Optical power
measurement
range
Measurement
accuracy
MA9411A/A1
MA9412A
MA9611A
Continuous light
–70 to +10 dBm∗4 (0.1 nW to 10 mW)
–90 to 0 dBm∗4 (1 pW to 1 mW)
–70 to +3 dBm∗5 (0.1 nW to 2 mW)
Modulated light
–70 to +7 dBm∗6 (0.1 nW to 5 mW)
–90 to –3 dBm∗6 (1 pW to 0.5 mW)
–80 to 0 dBm∗7 (10 pW to 1 mW)
Absolute accuracy
(–23 dBm)
Linearity continuous
light: 23°C, –23
dBm as reference
±5%∗8
±5%∗9 (1.0 to 1.6 µm)
(0.5 to 0.95 µm)
±0.15 dB∗10
(±0.45 dB for –70 to –60 dBm)
±0.15 dB∗10
(±0.45 dB for –90 to –80 dBm)
display: 0.1 to 1%, dBm display: 0.01 dB, dB
±0.15 dB∗10
(±0.45 dB for –70 to –60 dBm)
display: 0.001 dB
Resolution
W, W
Power
100/115/120/200/220 Vac
Operating temperature
0° to 50°C
EMC∗11
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class D), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
Model
Optical power
measurement
range
Measurement
accuracy
Continuous light
Modulated light
Absolute accuracy
(–23 dBm)
Linearity continuous
light: 23°C, –23
dBm as reference
(REL)
+10
–15
%, 240 Vac
+4
–15
(REL)
%, 50/60/400 Hz, ≤40 VA
MA9612A
MA9711A/A1
MA9712A
–100 to +3 dBm∗5
(0.1 pW to 2 mW)
–90 to 0 dBm∗7
(1 pW to 1 mW)
–40 to +10 dBm∗5
(0.1 µW to 10 mW)
–60 to +7 dBm∗7
(1 nW to 5 mW)
±5%∗9 (1.0 to 1.6 µm)
±5%∗9 (0.95 to 1.5 µm)
–60 to +10 dBm∗5
(1 nW to 10 mW)
–70 to +7 dBm∗7
(0.1 nW to 5 mW)
±4.5% (1.3 µm)
±5%(0.95 to 1.6 µm)
±0.15 dB∗10
(±0.45 dB for –90 to –80
dBm)
±0.15 dB∗10
(±0.45 dB for –40 to –30
dBm)
display: 0.1 to 1%, dBm display: 0.01 dB, dB
±0.15 dB∗10
(±0.45 dB for –60 to –50
dBm)
MA9714B
–47 to +23 dBm∗12
(20 nW to 200 mW)
–57 to +20 dBm∗13
(2 nW to 100 mW)
±4.5% (1.55 µm)∗14
±5%(0.95 to 1.6 µm)∗15
±0.15 dB∗16(–37 to +20
dBm, ±0.45 dBm for –47 to
–37 dBm)
display: 0.001 dB
Resolution
W, W
Power
100/115/120/200/220 Vac
Operating temperature
0° to 50°C
EMC∗11
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class D), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
(REL)
+10
–15
%, 240 Vac
∗1: Twelve modulation frequencies including 270 Hz and 1 kHz
∗2: FC-type connector standard
∗3: Only for PC type SM fiber (10/125 µm, NA 0.1)
∗4: At 0.85 µm
∗5: At 1.3 µm
∗6: At 0.85 µm, 270 Hz
∗7: At 1.3 µm, 270 Hz
∗8: For wavelengths other than 0.85 µm, specified at 23° ±5°C
+4
–15
(REL)
%, 50/60/400 Hz, ≤40 VA
∗9: For wavelengths other than 1.3 µm, specified at 23° ±5°C
∗10: At 23° ±5°C
∗11: Electromagnetic compatibility
∗12: At 1.55 µm
∗13: At 1.55 µm, 270 Hz
∗14: At 1.55 µm, 0 dBm
∗15: At 0 dBm
∗16: Reference = 0 dBm
Note: When an optical fiber is used, performance is guaranteed for a fiber core diameter of up to 62.5 m and an NA of up to 0.29.
When any other fiber is used, a measurement error may occur.
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Ordering information
• Optical connector options
Option No.
Optical connector
21
D4
22
RUNGE
23∗1
Amphenol 906 type
34
DIAMOND (ø 3.5)
35∗1
HP-SMA, Amphenol 905 type
36
Amphenol 905 type
38
ST
39
DIN
40
SC
41∗2
TOCP172
43
HMS-10/A
45
FC
∗1: If adapter mounted on MA9412A/9612A, repeatability may be reduced.
∗2: For MA9411A
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/order No.
ML9001A
J0313
J0314
F0004
F0007
W0420AE
W0420BE
MA9411A/A1∗1
MA9412A
MA9611A
MA9612A
MA9711A/A1∗1
MA9712A
MA9714B∗2
MA9001B∗3
J0480A∗3
J0480B∗3
MA9005A∗3
MP92B∗3
MA9013A∗3
MP916A
MP93A
MP94A
MA9002A
MA9805A
MA9306A
MZ8010A
J0007
J0008
B0186
J0617B∗4
J0618D∗4
J0618E∗4
J0618F∗4
J0619B∗4
Name
Main frame
Optical Power Meter
Standard accessories (for ML9001A)
Sensor connecting cord A, 2 m
(for MA9412A/9612A/9712A/9714B):
1
Sensor connecting cord B, 2 m
(for MA9411A/A1, MA9611A and MA9711A/A1): 1
Power cord, 2.5 m:
1
Fuse, 0.4 A (T400MA250V):
2
Fuse, 0.8 A (T800MA250V):
2
ML9001A operation manual:
1
ML9001A service manual:
1
pc
pc
pc
pcs
pcs
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Optical power sensors
Optical Power Sensor
Optical Power Sensor
(with J0480A connector adapter)
Optical Power Sensor
(with MA9005A connector adapter)
Optical Power Sensor
(with J0480A connector adapter)
Optical Power Sensor
Optical Power Sensor
Optical Power Sensor
Optional accessories
Connector Adapter (FC type, for MA9411A/MA9711A)
Connector adapter (FC type, for MA9412A)
Connector adapter (FC type, for MA9612A)
Connector Adapter (FC type, for MA9611A)
Connector Adapter (FC type, for MA9712A)
Fiber Adapter (with FC type plug, for fibers with 125 µm
clad dia., 0.25 to 1.0 mm jacket dia.)
Fiber Adapter (for MA9002A and MP94A, for plastic
fiber with 1 mm dia.)
Fiber Adapter (≤150 µm clad dia., 0.8 to 1.0 mm jacket
dia.)
Adapter (for MA9712A, used with MP93A)
Adapter (for MA9411A/MA9711A, used with MP93A)
Optical Attenuator (for MA9411A, 10 dB)
Optical Attenuator (for MA9711A, 10 dB)
Optical Sensor Holder
(securely mounts MA9411A/A1 or MA9711A/A1 for
measuring light traveling through free space)
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Front cover
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
∗1: MA9411A1 and MA9711A1 are lateral input sensors.
∗2: Specify one of FC, ST, DIN, SC or DIAMOND (HMS-10A).
When the connector type is not specified, FC is supplied.
∗3: The optical connector of the standard product is FC. Please specify the
option numbers along with model names shown in the tables, if you need
a different optical connector.
∗4: For MA9714B
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ML9001A with sensor
MA9412A Optical Power Sensor (0.38 to 1.15 µm)
MA9612A Optical Power Sensor (0.75 to 1.7µm)
Sensor connecting cord A
MA9412A Optical Power Sensor (0.75 to 1.8 µm)
ML9001A Optical Power Meter
MA9611A Optical Power Sensor (0.75 to 1.7 µm)
Sensor connecting cord B
MA9411A Optical Power Sensor (0.38 to 1.15 µm)
MA9711A Optical Power Sensor (0.75 to 1.8 µm)
Adapters (option)
MA9805A Attenuator
MA9001B
Connector Adapter
MA9411A/9711A
Optical Power Sensor
MA9306A Attenuator
MA9712A
Optical Power Sensor
MP92B Connector Adapter
Fiber cord with plug
MA9714B
Optical Power Sensor
MA9611A Optical Power Sensor
(mounted on MA9005A)
Pigtail fiber
MA9013A Fiber Adapter
MA9412A/9612A
Optical Power Sensor
MA9805A Attenuator
MP93A Fiber Adapter
MA9002A Adapter
MA9411A/9711A
Optical Power Sensor
MA9306A Attenuator
Plastic fiber
MP916A Fiber Adapter
Light traveling through free space
MP94A Adapter
MA9712A
Optical Power Sensor
MA9306A/9805A
Attenuator
MA9411A/9711A
Optical Power Sensor
MA9411A1/9711A1 Optical Power
Sensor (lateral input sensors)
MA9712A
Optical Power Sensor
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OPTICAL HANDY POWER METER
ML9002A
For Easy Optical Power Measurement
The ML9002A is a compact handy power meter with a measurement
level as wide as other more expensive instruments. Seven optical
sensors are available for different wavelengths, measurement levels,
and optical input types. Each can be calibrated for three common wavelengths so absolute optical power can be read directly. Each optical
sensor can either be incorporated directly in the main frame or connected using a connecting cord. The ML9002A can be used to check
optical disks, optical printers and optical communications systems and
can back-up on-side operations as a powerful multifunctional measuring instrument for maintenance.
Features
• Accurate optical power measurement
The power of a narrow beam can be accurately measured even when
an adapter is changed because anti-reflection optical sensor is used.
• Long-distance measurement with wide measurement level
range
An unprecedented wide measurement level has been achieved in this
handy optical power meter. Optical power of –70 to +3 dBm (MA9621A
Optical Power Sensor) in the 1.3 µm band and –70 to +10 dBm
(MA9423A Optical Power Sensor) in the 0.85 µm band can be measured.
• Direct absolute power readings for three wavelengths
Each optical sensor is calibrated at three wavelengths (0.633/0.78/
0.85 µm or 0.66/0.78/0.85 µm for short wavelengths, and 0.85/1.3/
1.55 µm for long wavelengths). The absolute power is indicated automatically just by switching to the measured wavelength.
• Flexible measurements
Two types of connections, a plug-in system (sensor incorporated into
main frame) or a cord system (sensor connected using connecting
cord), are possible so that measurement capabilities are flexible.
• Monitoring without cutting optical fiber
The optical power in an optical fiber cable (ø0.25 mm, UV-coated
fiber) can be measured by using the MA9722A Optical Power Sensor.
• Compatible with various connectors
The ML9002A can be quickly connected to FC, D4, RUNGE, ST, DIN,
DIAMOND, and SC connectors just by replacing the connector adapter.
Optical Sensors
MA9421A, MA9423A, MA9621A, MA9721A, MA9723A
MZ8013A
Sensor Holder
Sensor connecting
cord S
MA9006A
Sensor Adapter
MA9722A
Optical
Sensor
MA9422A
Optical
Sensor
ML9002A
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MA9005A
Connector Adapter
Fiber cord with plug
MA9421A/9423A/9721A
Optical Sensor
MA9621A/9723A Optical Sensor
MA9005A Connector
Adapter attached
Glass fiber
MA9013A
Fiber Adapter
MP93A Fiber Adapter
Plastic fiber
MA9005A
Connector Adapter
MP94D Connector Adapter
MA9421A/9423A/9721A
Optical Sensor
MP916A Fiber Adapter
Light traveling
through free space
MA9421A/9423A/9721A
Optical Sensor
MA9422A Optical Sensor
ø0.25 mm jacket
diameter fiber
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Main frame
Specifications
Unit display
W, W(REL), dBm, and dB(REL), selectable, 4 digits
Recorder output
1 V/full-scale, 0.316 V/–5 dB
Averaging
ON/OFF settings
Range hold
Range settings
Buzzer
1 dB sound threshold level setting
Auto power off
After 5 minutes non-use (with internal Ni-Cd battery)
Dimensions and mass
90 (W) x 196 (H) x 38 (D) mm, ≤700 g
Model
MA9421A
MA9422A
Wavelength (µm)
Sensors
Element
Active area diameter
9.5 mm
Calibration wavelength
MA9723A
Si photodiode
InGaAs
photodiode
Ge photodiode
9.5 mm
–60 to +20
(at 0.85 µm)
–50 to +20
(at 0.85 µm)
30 (W) x 30 (H) x
37 (D) mm, ≤100 g
15 (W) x 16 (H) x
140 (D) mm, ≤200 g
Measurement accuracy
MA9721A
0.75 to 1.8
Direct
Dimensions and mass
MA9621A
0.75 to 1.7
9 mm
Input
Measurement range (dBm)
Overall
MA9423A
0.38 to 1.15
–70 to +10
(at 0.85 µm)
1 mm
5 mm
1 mm
3 mm
FC connector
adapter∗1
Direct
FC connector
adapter∗1
Direct∗2
–70 to +3
(at 1.3 µm)
–40 to +10
(at 1.3 µm)
–60 to +3(at 1.3
µm, 0° to 40°C)
–50 to 0 (at 1.3
µm, 0° to 40°C)
30 (W) x 30 (H) x 37 (D) mm, ≤100 g
20 (W) x 20 (H) x
128 (D) mm, ≤300 g
±5% (–10 dBm, CW mode)∗3
±5% (–10 dBm, CW mode)
0.66/0.78/0.85 µm
0.633/0.78/0.85 µm
MA9722A
0.85/1.3/1.55 µm
Measurement resolution
W/W(REL): 0.1 to 1%, dBm/dB(REL): 0.01 dB
Operating hours
20 hr or more, floating operation possible (on internal Ni-Cd battery)
Temperature range
Operating: 0° to 50°C, Storage: –30° to 50°C, Recharging: 10° to 45°C
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class D)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
Not specified
Not specified
∗1: Used for NA ≤0.29 core diameter fiber ≤62.5 µm
∗2: Used for 0.25 µm jacket diameter fiber
∗3: For 1.55 µm wavelength, it is specified at 23° ±5°C
Ordering information
Optical connector options table
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
Option No.
Optical connector
21
D4
RUNGE
Main frame
Optical Handy Power Meter
22
ML9002A
23
Amphenol Type 906
MA9421A
MA9422A
MA9423A
MA9621A
MA9721A
MA9722A
MA9723A
Optical sensors
Optical Sensor
Optical Sensor (Thin sensor)
Optical Sensor
Optical Sensor (MA9005A Connector Adapter attached)
Optical Sensor
Optical Sensor (fiber identification sensor)
Optical Sensor (MA9005A Connector Adapter attached)
24
OF-2
34
DIAMOND∗1
B0232
W0400CE
J0477
Standard accessories
AC adapter:
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Blank panel:
ML9002A instruction manual:
Auto-power-off override plug:
MA9005A∗
MA9006A
MP93A
MP94D
MA9013A
MZ8013A
J0056B
J0200B
J0436
J0438
Z0179
Z0182
B0234
Optional accessories
Connector Adapter (for optical sensor)
Sensor Adapter (for sensor connecting cord S/T)
Fiber Adapter (≤150 µm clad dia., 0.8 to 1.0 mm jacket dia.)
Connector Adapter (for MP93A and MP916A)
Fiber Adapter
Sensor Holder
FC-FC-2M-SM (FC optical fiber cord, 2 m, SM)
FC-FC-2M-GI (FC optical fiber cord, 2 m, GI)
Sensor connecting cord S (for ML9002A sensors)
Recorder output cord
Carrying case (with shoulder strap)
Soft case
Battery box
Z0178
1
1
1
1
1
pc
pc
pc
copy
pc
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HP-SMA, Amphenol Type 905
38
ST
39
DIN
40
SC
41
TOCP172∗2
∗1: 3.5 mm diameter ferule, M9 screw
∗2: For MA9421A, MA9423A only
∗: Choose from the options listed in the following table when ordering non-FC
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OPTICAL TEST SET
MT9810A
Basic Measuring Instrument for Optical Systems
The MT9810A offers superior accuracy and reliability for evaluating
a wide range of optical devices and systems. It has a full range of
plug-in type, high-output DFB-LDs complying with the ITU-T recommended wavelength grid, as well as high-accuracy optical sensors. It
ensures effective support for future needs as a basic measuring instrument.
Superior operability is achieved through use of an easy-to-read 7
mm high, seven-segment and full dot matrix display. And a complete
range of replaceable optical connectors eliminate all connection
problems while making cleaning easy. GPIB and RS-232C interfaces
are standard and configuration of a remote control system is simplified using the bundled LabVIEW®∗ software drivers.
∗: LabVIEW ® is a registered trademark of National Instruments Corp.
Feature
• Flexibility for every application
• For WDM systems
• Measurement EDFAs and Raman amplifiers
Performance
• Wide dynamic range
Output power stability (dB)
Optical loss of up to 120 dB can be measured using the high-output
(+10 dBm) light sources and the high-sensitivity (–110 dBm min.)
sensors.
• High-output, high-stability DFB-LD light sources
The DFB-LD light sources have a high output of +10 dBm while
achieving a stability of better than ≤±0.005 dB and a center optical
frequency stability of better than ≤±2 GHz, facilitating high-stability
and high reliability measurement.
Time (min)
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Output frequency stability (GHz)
GPIB
Time (min)
• Conforms to ITU-T wavelength grid
A complete line up of DFB-LD light sources for optical frequencies
meeting the ITU-T recommendations for Dense-WDM (DWDM) networks (191.7 to 195.9 THz at 100 GHz interval) is available.
• High-accuracy optical power measurement
Under reference conditions, the optical power measurement uncertainty is ≤±2%, and under actual operating conditions it is ≤±3.5%
with a linearity of better than ≤±0.01 dB. These excellent specifications permit measurement of optical power with high accuracy and
repeatability.
• Sensors with high return loss and low polarization dependency
Even without a reflection-suppression adapter, the sensor return loss
and polarization dependency are 40 dB min. and 0.02 dB max. respectively, making them ideal for evaluating devices and systems
that use optical amplifiers.
• High-speed analog output
The optical sensors have a maximum bandwidth of 100 kHz (approx.
3 dB), permitting measurement of optical power variations with a response speed of approx. 10 µs.
• High-resolution optical power measurement
The MT9810A has a display resolution of 0.001 dB and optical power can be measured at a high resolution of 0.0001 dB via the GPIB
and RS-232C interfaces.
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Functions and applications
• Variable optical frequency
The center optical frequency of the DFB-LDs can be varied in a
range of ≤60 GHz (approx. ≤0.5 nm). Moreover, it can be displayed
in frequency and wavelength units [λ (m) = c (m/s)/f (Hz), where c is
the velocity of light in a vacuum (2.99792 x 108 m/s)].
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• Optical switching characteristics
Optical switching times up to about 10 µs can be evaluated by inputting the analog output to an oscilloscope, etc.
• Optical fiber loss
When an optical sensor and light source are combined, optical fiber
loss can be measured. Near-end and far-end measurements are
possible using various reference values.
Parameter (PRMTR) setting
• Variable optical power measurement interval and bandwidth
The best optical power measurement interval can be set according
to the application; for example, a long interval for long-term measurement and a short interval for high-speed measurement.
Additionally, the average power of a pulsed optical signal can be
measured by narrowing the band, and the variations in optical power at optical switching can be measured by widening the band.
• Measurement of max. and min. optical power and variation
There is no need to save the measured optical power in memory because the maximum and minimum optical powers and variation are
always displayed, permitting real-time evaluation of optical stability
and polarization dependent loss (PDL).
• Measurement conditions saved and copied
Up to 10 sets of measurement conditions can be saved for each
channel (one of the 10 sets can be set as the default). Moreover,
when channel 1 and channel 2 use the same type of unit, the measurement conditions for one side can be copied to the other side.
• Saved measured optical power
A maximum of 1000 power measurements per channel can be
saved, and the saved measurements can be read by remote control,
permitting various analyses and processing.
• Evaluation of WDM device wavelength characteristics
By combining the MG9637A/9638A Tunable Laser Source with the
MT9810A, wavelength-loss characteristic measurements of WDM
device (filter etc.) are possible.
• Insertion loss and optical attenuation measurement of optical
couplers/splitters
Combining a light source and optical sensor permits measurement
of the insertion loss and isolation of optical couplers and Arrayed
Waveguide Granting (AWG), etc. with a wide dynamic range of 120
dB max. Moreover, the high linearity of ±0.01 dB facilitates attenuation evaluation of optical attenuators.
Reference data input (MT9810A display)
Ref function
Measurement relative to reference data
(MT9810A display)
• Polarization dependent loss (PDL) of optical devices
The PDL of the device under test can be read directly from the variation width using the Max. and Min. functions by inputting an optical
signal scrambled by a polarization controller to the DUT and measuring the output with an optical sensor.
• Optical pulse average power measurement
Average power is used to evaluate the power of an optical pulse with
a long repetition cycle. At this time, the optical sensor bandwidth is
switched to narrow band to measure the optical pulse average power. If the pulse duty is known, the peak power can be back-calculated. (However, there is some error due to the extinction ratio of the intensity modulation and the waveform distortion.)
Paverage (W)
Ppeak (W) = –––––––––––––
Duty (%)/100
Optical insertion loss measurement
using relative value (MT9810A display)
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Specifications
• MT9810A Optical Test Set (main frame)
Display resolution
dBm: 0.001, 0.01, 0.1
dB: 0.001, 0.01, 0.1
W: 5 digits
Display range
–199.999 to +199.999 dBm, ±0.0001 pW to ±10000 W
Display
Fluorescent character display tube, 7 segments (5-1/2 digits), 2 screens, dot matrix (138 x 20 dots), dedicated segments
(AUTO, AVG, MOD, CAL, SYS, PRMTR, APPL, REMOTE)
System settings
Remote (GPIB, RS-232C)
GPIB: Address
RS-232C
Data length: 7/8 bits, Stop bit: 1/2 bits
Parity bit: None, odd, even
Speed: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 14400, 19200 bps
Buzzer volume: 4 levels, Contrast: 9 levels
Time setting: Year, month, day, hour, minute, second (24 hour display)
Functions
General
Settings save: 10 max. (each channel)
Settings copy: Between channels (only for same type of unit)
Selectable controlled channel
Using optical sensor
Bar graph display: 60 dots
Record measurement: 1000 max. data (each channel)
Calculations: Channel subtraction, max./min./(max. – min.) displays, relative value display (measured value reference,
numeric value input), calibration value correction
Remote control
GPIB, RS-232C
Laser safety mechanism
Remote inter-lock, optical output control (key control)
Environmental conditions
Operating temperature/humidity: 0˚ to 50˚C/≤90% (no condensation); storage temperature: –25˚ to 71˚C
Plug-in units
2 max.
LabVIEW® driver
Bundled as standard
Dimensions and mass
213 (W) x 88 (H) x 351 (D) mm, ≤3.5 kg
Power supply
100 to 120/200 to 240 Vac (+10%/–15%), ≤70 VA, 47.5 to 63 Hz
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
• DFB-LD light sources
Model
MU952501A/952502A/952503A/952504A/952505A
Optical element
DFB-LD
Applicable optical fiber
SM (ITU-T G.652)
Specified wavelength
range (fp)∗1
Center optical
frequency∗2
Spectrum half width∗2
Optical output power∗2
Optical power stability
191.7 to 195.9 THz (1563.86 to 1530.33 nm)
MU952601A/952602A/952603A/952604A/952605A/952606A
186.3 to 191.6 THz (1609.19 to 1564.68 nm)
fp ±0.01 THz (approx. ±0.08 nm)
≤30 MHz
+10 ±1 dBm
Time stability (short term)∗2, ∗3, ∗4: ≤±0.005 dB
Time stability (long term)∗2, ∗3, ∗5: ≤±0.02 dB
Temperature stability∗2, ∗3, ∗6: ≤±0.25 dB
+7 ±1 dBm
Time stability (short term)∗2, ∗3, ∗4: ≤±0.01 dB
Time stability (long term)∗2, ∗3, ∗5: ≤±0.02 dB
Temperature stability∗2, ∗3, ∗6: ≤±0.25 dB
Center frequency
stability
Time stability (short term)∗2, ∗4: ≤±2 GHz (approx. ±0.02 nm)
Time stability (long term)∗2, ∗5: ≤±4 GHz (approx. ±0.04 nm)
Optical frequency
tuning
Tuning range: fp ±60 GHz (approx. ±0.48 nm), Step: 1 GHz (approx. 0.01 nm)
Accuracy∗2: ≤±10 GHz (setting to fp + 60 GHz or fp – 60 GHz, 25˚C)
Internal modulation
Frequency∗2: 270 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz ±0.1%
Duty: 50% ±5%, Extinction ratio: ≥13 dB
Optical output attenuation
0.00 to 6.00 dB (0.01 dB steps), Accuracy: ≤±0.5 dB (at 25˚C when set to 6.00 dB)
Laser safety mechanism
IEC60825-1: Class 3A, 21CFR1040.10: Class ΙΙΙb
Optical connector
FC-PC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A, SC∗7
Warm-up time
1 h (after optical output on)
Environmental
conditions
Operating temperature/humidity: +15˚ to +35˚C/≤90% (no condensation); Storage temperature: –25˚ to +71˚C
Dimensions and mass
41 (W) x 78 (H) x 335 (D) mm, ≤700 g
Note: Wavelengths in vacuum
∗1: Specify an optical frequency (wavelength) and model name from the ordering information.
∗2: At CW, optical attenuation setting (0.00 dB), center optical frequency (fp) using SM fiber (ITU-T G.652) and FC-PC connector
∗3: When return loss seen from light source side is 40 dB min.
∗4: 5 min at constant temperature (at one point from 20 to 30˚C)
∗5: 1 h at constant temperature
∗6: 8 h at 15˚ to 35˚C
∗7: Specified connector for optical connector option supplied as standard accessory.
If connector not specified, FC-PC (Option 37) supplied as standard.
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• FP-LD light sources
Model
MU951301A
Optical element
FP-LD
Fiber
SM fiber (ITU-T G.652)
Wavelength∗2
MU951501A
1310 ±20 nm
1550 ±20 nm
1310/1550 ±20 nm
≤5 nm
≤10 nm
≤5 nm (1310 nm), ≤10 nm (1550 nm)
Spectral half-width∗2
Optical output power∗2
MU951001A∗1
+7 ±1 dBm
Time stability (short term)∗2, ∗3, ∗4: ≤±0.002 dB
Time stability (long term)∗2, ∗3, ∗5: ≤±0.02 dB
Temperature stability∗2, ∗3, ∗6: ≤±0.1 dB
Optical output power
stability
Time stability (short term)∗2, ∗3, ∗4: ≤±0.005 dB
Time stability (long term)∗2, ∗3, ∗5: ≤±0.05 dB
Temperature stability∗2, ∗3, ∗6: ≤±0.15 dB
Internal modulation
Frequency: 270 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz ±0.1%, Duty: 50% ±5%, Extinction ratio: ≥13 dB
Optical output attenuation
0.00 to 6.00 dB (0.01 dB steps), Accuracy: ≤±0.5 dB (at 25˚C when set to 6.00 dB)
Laser safety mechanism
IEC60825-1: Class 3A, 21CFR1040.10: Class ΙΙΙb
Optical connector
FC-PC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A, SC∗7
Warm-up time
1 h (after optical output on)
Environmental
conditions
Operating temperature/humidity: 0˚ to +50˚C/≤90% (no condensation); Storage Temperature: –25˚ to +71˚C
Dimensions and mass
41 (W) x 78 (H) x 335 (D) mm, ≤700 g
Laser product safety protection
MU952501A/952502A/952503A/952504A/952505A, MU952601A/
952602A/952603A/952604A/952605A/952606A and MU951301A/
951501A/951001A are laser products and safety protection conforming to optical safety standards IEC 60825-1 and 21CFR1040.10 (USA)
is incorporated; the following warning label is affixed to the product.
• 21CFR1040.10 warning label (example)
MU952501A/952502A/952503A/952504A/952505A
Note: Wavelengths in vacuum
∗1: Only one MU951001A can be installed into MT9812B.
∗2: At CW, optical attenuation setting (0.00 dB), using SM fiber (ITU-T G.652)
and FC-PC connector
∗3: When return loss seen from light source side is 40 dB min.
∗4: 15 min at constant temperature (at one point from 20 to 30˚C)
∗5: 6 h at constant temperature
∗6: 8 h at 0˚ to 50˚C
∗7: Specified connector for optical connector option supplied as standard accessory. If connector not specified, FC-PC (Option 37) supplied as standard.
DANGER
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE
TO BEAM
: 40mW
MAXIMUM POWER
WAVELENGTH
:1.55µm
CLASS ΙΙΙb LASER PRODUCT
• IEC 60825-1 warning label (example)
MU952501A/952502A/952503A/952504A/952505A
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM OR VIEW
DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
(MAX) (PULSE DURATION) (WAVELENGTH)
40 mW
CW
1.55 µm
CLASS 3A LASER PRODUCT
• Optical sensors
Model
MU931311A
Element
InGaAs-PD
Input type
Fiber
Applicable optical fiber
Wavelength range
Optical power
measurement range∗1
MU931421A
750 to 1700 nm
CW: +10 to –110 dBm
MOD: +7 to –90 dBm
CW: +10 to –80 dBm
MOD: +7 to –90 dBm
≤–93 dBm
Polarization dependency∗3
≤–73 dBm
≤0.02 dB
Return loss∗3
Linearity∗6
9/125 to 62.5/125 µm (NA: ≤0.29)
SM (ITU-T G.652)
800 to 1600 nm
Noise level∗2
Optical power measurement uncertainty
MU931422A
≤0.05 dB
≥40 dB
∗4
–
∗5
Reference conditions : ±2%, Operating conditions : ±3.5%
±0.05 dB (+10 to 0 dBm),
±0.01 dB ±0.3 pW (–90 to 0 dBm)
Calibration factor input
–99.999 to +99.999 dB
Wavelength sensitivity
correction
Measurement wavelength input in 0.01 nm units
±0.05 dB (+10 to 0 dBm), ±0.01 dB ±30 pW (–70 to 0 dBm)
Zero set operation
Automatic zero calibration
Range select
Auto, manual
Modulated light reception
CW/MOD selectable, MOD: 270 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz
Measurement interval∗7
1, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 ms, 1 s to 99 h 59 min 59 s
Average setting
Off, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 times
Analog output∗8
Approx. +2 V
Bandwidth select∗9
Auto, manual
Manual setting:
0.1, 1, 10, 100 Hz, 1, 10, 100 kHz
(CW mode only)
Auto, manual
Manual setting: 0.1, 1, 10, 100 Hz, 1, 10 kHz (CW mode only)
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Model
MU931311A
MU931421A
MU931422A
Optical connector∗10
FC-PC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A, SC
Environmental
conditions
Operating temperature/humidity: 0˚ to +50˚C/≤90% (no condensation); storage: –40˚ to +71˚C
Dimensions and mass
41 (W) x 78 (H) x 335 (D) mm, ≤700 g
41 (W) x 78 (H) x 335 (D) mm, ≤550 g
∗1
∗2
∗3
∗4
Wavelength: 1300 nm
Measurement interval: 100 ms, average: 10 times, peak to peak noise, wavelength: 1300 nm
SM fiber (ITU-T G.652), return loss: ≥45 dB, wavelength: 1550 nm
Reference conditions
SM fiber (ITU-T G.652), master FC connector
Power level: 100 µW (–10 dBm), CW light, wavelength: 1300 nm, ambient temperature: 23˚ ±2˚C
At day of calibration, warm-up: 1 h (MU931311A) and 30 min (MU931421A/931422A)
∗5 Operating conditions
SM Fiber (ITU-T G.652), master FC connector, CW light, any wavelength in 1000 to 1600 nm (MU931311A) and 1000 to 1650 nm (MU931421A/931422A),
ambient temperature: 23˚ ±5˚C, within 1 year after calibration, warm-up: 1 h (MU931311A) and 30 min (MU931421A/931422A), Uncertainty increase by 1%
if either a fiber other than a SM fiber (ITU-T G.652) or an APC connector is used with the MU931422A.
∗6 Measurement conditions: Constant temperature within 23˚ ±5˚C, bandwidth: auto/0.1/1/10 Hz, any wavelength in 1000 to 1600 nm (MU931311A) and 1000
to 1650 nm (MU931421A/931422A), CW light, power level: 100 µW (–10 dBm) reference, warm-up: 1 h (MU931311A) and 30 min (MU931421A/931422A)
∗7 Only record measurements for measurement interval of ≤100 ms
∗8 Full-scale value for each measurement range
∗9 Approx. 3 dB bandwidth. Response time at bandwidth setting of 100 kHz varies according to analog output amplitude
∗10 Specify connector for optical connector option supplied as standard accessory. If connector not specified, FC-PC (Option 37) supplied as standard.
• MA9331A (with MU931001A Optical Sensor Adapter)
Sensor element
InGaAs-PD
Input type
Fiber
Supported fiber
9/125 to 62.5/125 µm (NA: ≤0.29)
Wavelength range
940 to 1640 nm
Optical power measurement range∗1
+35 to –50 dBm
Noise level
≤–43 dBm
Polarization dependent loss∗2
≤0.01 dB (PC connector), ≤0.05 dB (APC connector)
Optical power measurement accuracy
±3% (at +30 dBm)∗3, ±4% (at +30 dBm)∗4
Linearity∗5
±0.05 dB ±30 nW (–40 to +35 dBm)
Environmental conditions
Operating temperature/humidity: 0˚ to +40˚C/≤90% (no condensation)
Storage temperature/humidity: –40˚ to +71˚C/≤90% (no condensation)
Dimensions and mass
60 (W) x 78 (H) x 90 (D) mm, ≤750 g
∗1
∗2
∗3
∗4
1550 nm
SM fiber (ITU-T G.652), 1550 nm
Reference conditions: SM fiber (ITU-T G.652), 1550 nm, APC connector, +30 dBm, CW light, 23˚ ±2˚C (RH: 60% ±10%)
Operating conditions: SM fiber (ITU-T G.652), 980 nm ±1 nm, 1240 to 1340 nm, 1440 to 1640 nm, APC connector, +30 dBm, CW light, 23˚ ±5˚C (2% increase when using wavelength outside above range), RH: 60% ±10%
∗5 Constant temperature within 23˚ ±5˚C range
Ordering information
Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
Model/Order No.
Main frame
Optical Test Set
MT9810A
MX981001A
W1428AE
W1483AE
Standard accessories
RCA short pin (for remote inter-lock):
RCA plug (for remote inter-lock):
Key (for laser output control):
Fuse, 2 A (for 100/200 Vac):
Blank panel:
Power cord, 2.6 m:
LabVIEW ® driver (3.5 inch FD):
MT9810A operation manual:
MT9810A remote control operation manual:
MT9810A-01
Option
High power sensor option (for MA9331A)
B0438B
B0438
J0897B
J0897C
J0897D
J0897E
B0427
Application parts
Rack mount kit (for one MT9810A)
Rack mount kit (for two MT9810A)
8P modular cable, 1 m
8P modular cable, 2 m
8P modular cable, 5 m
8P modular cable, 10 m
Protective cover
MU952501A
MU952502A
MU952503A
Light sources
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
J0895
J0896
Z0391
F0011
B0425
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
pc
pc
pcs
pcs
pc
pc
pc
copy
copy
MU952504A
MU952505A
MU952601A
MU952602A
MU952603A
MU952604A
MU952605A
MU952606A
MU951301A
MU951501A
MU951001A
Name
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Source
Source
Source
Source
Source
Source
Source
Source
Source
Source
Source
Standard accessory
Optical connector adapter∗
MU952501A-01
MU952501A-02
MU952501A-03
MU952501A-04
MU952501A-05
MU952501A-06
MU952501A-07
MU952501A-08
MU952501A-09
MU952501A-10
MU952502A-01
MU952502A-02
MU952502A-03
Options
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
193.10
193.20
193.30
193.40
193.50
193.60
193.70
193.80
193.90
194.00
192.10
192.20
192.30
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
1552.52
1551.72
1550.92
1550.12
1549.32
1548.51
1547.72
1546.92
1546.12
1545.32
1560.61
1559.79
1558.98
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nm)
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nm)
nm)
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nm)
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For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Model/Order No.
MU952502A-04
MU952502A-05
MU952502A-06
MU952502A-07
MU952502A-08
MU952502A-09
MU952502A-10
MU952503A-07
MU952503A-08
MU952503A-09
MU952503A-10
MU952504A-01
MU952504A-02
MU952504A-03
MU952504A-04
MU952504A-05
MU952504A-06
MU952504A-07
MU952504A-08
MU952504A-09
MU952504A-10
MU952505A-01
MU952505A-02
MU952505A-03
MU952505A-04
MU952505A-05
MU952505A-06
MU952505A-07
MU952505A-08
MU952505A-09
MU952601A-01
MU952601A-02
MU952601A-03
MU952601A-04
MU952601A-05
MU952601A-06
MU952602A-01
MU952602A-02
MU952602A-03
MU952602A-04
MU952602A-05
MU952602A-06
MU952602A-07
MU952602A-08
MU952602A-09
MU952602A-10
MU952603A-01
MU952603A-02
MU952603A-03
MU952603A-04
MU952603A-05
MU952603A-06
MU952603A-07
MU952603A-08
MU952603A-09
MU952603A-10
MU952604A-01
MU952604A-02
MU952604A-03
MU952604A-04
MU952604A-05
MU952604A-06
MU952604A-07
MU952604A-08
MU952604A-09
MU952604A-10
MU952605A-01
MU952605A-02
MU952605A-03
MU952605A-04
MU952605A-05
MU952605A-06
Name
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
192.40
192.50
192.60
192.70
192.80
192.90
193.00
191.70
191.80
191.90
192.00
194.10
194.20
194.30
194.40
194.50
194.60
194.70
194.80
194.90
195.00
195.10
195.20
195.30
195.40
195.50
195.60
195.70
195.80
195.90
191.10
191.20
191.30
191.40
191.50
191.60
190.10
190.20
190.30
190.40
190.50
190.60
190.70
190.80
190.90
191.00
189.10
189.20
189.30
189.40
189.50
189.60
189.70
189.80
189.90
190.00
188.10
188.20
188.30
188.40
188.50
188.60
188.70
188.80
188.90
189.00
187.10
187.20
187.30
187.40
187.50
187.60
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
1558.17
1557.36
1556.55
1555.75
1554.94
1554.13
1553.33
1563.86
1563.05
1562.23
1561.42
1544.53
1543.73
1542.94
1542.14
1541.35
1540.56
1539.77
1538.98
1538.19
1537.40
1536.61
1535.82
1535.04
1534.25
1533.47
1532.68
1531.90
1531.12
1530.33
1568.77
1567.95
1567.13
1566.31
1565.50
1564.68
1577.03
1576.20
1575.37
1574.54
1573.71
1572.89
1572.06
1571.24
1570.42
1569.59
1585.36
1584.53
1583.69
1582.85
1582.02
1581.18
1580.35
1579.52
1578.69
1577.86
1593.79
1592.95
1592.10
1591.26
1590.41
1589.57
1588.73
1587.88
1587.04
1586.20
1602.31
1601.46
1600.60
1599.75
1598.89
1598.04
Model/Order No.
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nm)
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nm)
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nm)
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1
Name
MU952605A-07
MU952605A-08
MU952605A-09
MU952605A-10
MU952606A-03
MU952606A-04
MU952606A-05
MU952606A-06
MU952606A-07
MU952606A-08
MU952606A-09
MU952606A-10
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
Light
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
J0952A
J0954A
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
Applications parts
Replaceable optical connector (FC, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (ST, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (SC, user replaceable)
Conversion cord (FC · PC-FC · APC), 1 m
Conversion cord (SC · PC-SC · APC), 1 m
Ferrule cleaner
Ferrule cleaning tape (6 pcs/set)
Adapter cleaner (stick type, 200 pcs/set)
MU931311A
MU931421A
MU931422A
MA9331A
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
source
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
187.70
187.80
187.90
188.00
186.30
186.40
186.50
186.60
186.70
186.80
186.90
187.00
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
1597.19
1596.34
1595.49
1594.64
1609.19
1608.33
1607.47
1606.60
1605.74
1604.88
1604.03
1603.17
nm)
nm)
nm)
nm)
nm)
nm)
nm)
nm)
nm)
nm)
nm)
nm)
Optical sensor
Optical sensor
Optical sensor
Optical sensor (MA9005A Connector Adapter attached)
Optical Sensor (with MA9008A, requires MU931001A:
sold separately)
W1624AE
Standard accessories
Optical connector adapter (for MU931311A/931421A)∗
MU931422A operation manual (for MU931422A): 1 pc
MA9008A
MU931001A
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
MA9005A-37
MA9005A-38
MA9005A-39
MA9005A-40
MA9005A-43
MA9008A-37
MA9008A-38
MA9008A-39
MA9008A-40
MA9008A-43
MA9008A-32
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
J0635B
J0127A
J0003A
J0901A
J0902A
MA9013A
Applications parts
Connector Adapter∗
Sensor Adapter
Replaceable optical connector (FC, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (ST, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (SC, user replaceable)
Connector adapter (FC, for MU931422A)
Connector adapter (ST, for MU931422A)
Connector adapter (DIN, for MU931422A)
Connector adapter (SC, for MU931422A)
Connector adapter (HMS-10/A, for MU931422A)
FC-PC connector
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
HMS-10/A connector
MU connector
Ferrule cleaner
Ferrule cleaning tape (6 pcs/set)
Adapter cleaner (stick type, 200 pcs/set)
Optical fiber cord (FC-PC · FC-PC · 2M-SM), 2 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m
Coaxial cord (SMA-P · 3D-2W · SMA-P), 1 m
Coaxial adapter (SMA-P · BNC-J)
Coaxial adapter (SMA-J · BNC-P)
Fiber Adapter (for bare fiber)
[Model]-37
[Model]-38
[Model]-39
[Model]-40
[Model]-43
[Model]-32
Optical connector options (for light sources and
optical sensors)
FC-PC connector (user replaceable)
ST connector (user replaceable)
DIN connector (user replaceable)
SC connector (user replaceable)
HMS-10/A connector (user replaceable)
MU connector (user replaceable)
∗ Specify one of the optical connector options as a standard accessory at ordering. Specify by appending the option number to the model. If nothing is specified,
the FC-PC connector (Option 37) will be supplied as the standard connector.
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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
MULTI CHANNEL BOX
MT9812B
For Adding Light Sources and Optical Sensors for Maximum of 9 Channels
GPIB
The MT9812B is a nine-channel mainframe providing high accuracy
and reliable applications for the evaluation of various optical devices
and systems including WDM. It can incorporate up to nine units of
DFB-LD light sources and high-accuracy optical sensors which support optical frequencies conformable to ITU-T recommendations.
Moreover, by adopting the format of a plug-in unit, it can meet a wide
range of requirements. Setting of each unit and checking of the setting conditions can be carried out on the front panel. In addition,
GPIB and RS-232C are provided as standards, making it easy to
configure the measuring system based on the remote control.
Specifications
• MT9812B Multi Channel Box
Plug-in units∗1
9 max.
Display
7 segments LED, 7 digits (sign: 1 digit, numerical value: 6 digits)
Remote control
GPIB, RS-232C
Laser safety mechanism
Remote inter-lock, optical output control (key control)
Environmental
conditions
Operating temperature/humidity∗2: 0˚ to 40˚C/≤90% (no condensation)
Storage temperature: –30˚ to +71˚C
Power
AC 85 to 132/170 to 250 V, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤250 VA
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 133 (H) x 451 (D) mm, ≤9 kg (without units)
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: Only one MU951001A can be installed into MT9812B
∗2: Narrowest temperature range of the plug-in units or MT9812B
• DFB-LD light sources
Same as MT9810A (see page 66)
• FP-LD light sources
Same as MT9810A (see page 67)
• Optical sensors
Same as MT9810A (see page 67)
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For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
1
Ordering information
Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MT9812B
Name
Model/Order No.
Main frame
Multi Channel Box
B0425
W1555AE
Standard accessories
RCA short pin (for remote inter-rock):
RCA plug (for remote inter-rock):
Key (for laser output control):
Fuse, 5 A (for 100/200 Vac):
Power cord, 2.6 m:
Blank panel:
MT9812B operation manual:
MT9812B-01
Option
High power sensor option (for MA9331A)
J0006
J0007
J0008
J0009
J0655A
J0654A
Application parts
GPIB cable, 0.5 m
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
GPIB cable, 4 m
RS-232C cable (9P-25P, cross)
RS-232C cable (9P-9P, cross)
MU952501A
MU952502A
MU952503A
MU952504A
MU952505A
MU952601A
MU952602A
MU952603A
MU952604A
MU952605A
MU952606A
MU951301A
MU951501A
MU951001A
Light source units
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
Light Source
J0895
J0896
Z0391
F0013
1
1
2
2
1
8
1
Standard accessory
Optical connector adapter∗
MU952501A-01
MU952501A-02
MU952501A-03
MU952501A-04
MU952501A-05
MU952501A-06
MU952501A-07
MU952501A-08
MU952501A-09
MU952501A-10
MU952502A-01
MU952502A-02
MU952502A-03
MU952502A-04
MU952502A-05
MU952502A-06
MU952502A-07
MU952502A-08
MU952502A-09
MU952502A-10
MU952503A-07
MU952503A-08
MU952503A-09
MU952503A-10
MU952504A-01
MU952504A-02
MU952504A-03
MU952504A-04
MU952504A-05
MU952504A-06
MU952504A-07
MU952504A-08
MU952504A-09
MU952504A-10
MU952505A-01
MU952505A-02
MU952505A-03
Options
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
Light source
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
(fp:
193.10
193.20
193.30
193.40
193.50
193.60
193.70
193.80
193.90
194.00
192.10
192.20
192.30
192.40
192.50
192.60
192.70
192.80
192.90
193.00
191.70
191.80
191.90
192.00
194.10
194.20
194.30
194.40
194.50
194.60
194.70
194.80
194.90
195.00
195.10
195.20
195.30
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
THz,
1552.52
1551.72
1550.92
1550.12
1549.32
1548.51
1547.72
1546.92
1546.12
1545.32
1560.61
1559.79
1558.98
1558.17
1557.36
1556.55
1555.75
1554.94
1554.13
1553.33
1563.86
1563.05
1562.23
1561.42
1544.53
1543.73
1542.94
1542.14
1541.35
1540.56
1539.77
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MU952505A-09
MU952601A-01
MU952601A-02
MU952601A-03
MU952601A-04
MU952601A-05
MU952601A-06
MU952602A-01
MU952602A-02
MU952602A-03
MU952602A-04
MU952602A-05
MU952602A-06
MU952602A-07
MU952602A-08
MU952602A-09
MU952602A-10
MU952603A-01
MU952603A-02
MU952603A-03
MU952603A-04
MU952603A-05
MU952603A-06
MU952603A-07
MU952603A-08
MU952603A-09
MU952603A-10
MU952604A-01
MU952604A-02
MU952604A-03
MU952604A-04
MU952604A-05
MU952604A-06
MU952604A-07
MU952604A-08
MU952604A-09
MU952604A-10
MU952605A-01
MU952605A-02
MU952605A-03
MU952605A-04
MU952605A-05
MU952605A-06
MU952605A-07
MU952605A-08
MU952605A-09
MU952605A-10
MU952606A-03
MU952606A-04
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MU952606A-06
MU952606A-07
MU952606A-08
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J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
J0952A
J0954A
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
Applications parts
Replaceable optical connector (FC, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (ST, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (SC, user replaceable)
Conversion cord (FC · PC-FC · APC), 1 m
Conversion cord (SC · PC-SC · APC), 1 m
Ferrule cleaner
Ferrule cleaning tape (6 pcs/set)
Adapter cleaner (stick type, 200 pcs/set)
MU931311A
MU931421A
MU931422A
MA9331A
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191.10
191.20
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191.40
191.50
191.60
190.10
190.20
190.30
190.40
190.50
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189.20
189.30
189.40
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189.60
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188.20
188.30
188.40
188.50
188.60
188.70
188.80
188.90
189.00
187.10
187.20
187.30
187.40
187.50
187.60
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187.80
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Optical Sensor (MA9005A Connector Adapter attached)
Optical Sensor (with MA9008A, requires MU931001A:
sold separately)
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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Model/Order No.
Name
W1624AE
Standard accessories
Optical connector adapter (for MU931311A/931421A)∗
MU931422A operation manual (for MU931422A): 1 pc
MA9008A
MU931001A
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
MA9005A-37
MA9005A-38
MA9005A-39
MA9005A-40
MA9005A-43
MA9008A-37
MA9008A-38
MA9008A-39
MA9008A-40
MA9008A-43
MA9008A-32
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
J0635B
J0127A
J0003A
J0901A
J0902A
MA9013A
Applications parts
Connector Adapter∗
Sensor Adapter
Replaceable optical connector (FC, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (ST, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A, user replaceable)
Replaceable optical connector (SC, user replaceable)
Connector adapter (FC, for MU931422A)
Connector adapter (ST, for MU931422A)
Connector adapter (DIN, for MU931422A)
Connector adapter (SC, for MU931422A)
Connector adapter (HMS-10/A, for MU931422A)
FC-PC connector
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
HMS-10/A connector
MU connector
Ferrule cleaner
Ferrule cleaning tape (6 pcs/set)
Adapter cleaner (stick type, 200 pcs/set)
Optical fiber cord (FC-PC · FC-PC · 2M-SM), 2 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m
Coaxial cord (SMA-P · 3D-2W · SMA-P), 1 m
Coaxial adapter (SMA-P · BNC-J)
Coaxial adapter (SMA-J · BNC-P)
Fiber Adapter (for bare fiber)
[Model]-37
[Model]-38
[Model]-39
[Model]-40
[Model]-43
[Model]-32
Optical connector options (for light sources and
optical sensors)
FC-PC connector (user replaceable)
ST connector (user replaceable)
DIN connector (user replaceable)
SC connector (user replaceable)
HMS-10/A connector (user replaceable)
MU connector (user replaceable)
∗: Specify one of the optical connector options as a standard accessory at ordering. Specify by appending the option number to the model. If nothing is
specified, the FC-PC connector (Option 37) will be supplied as the standard
connector.
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For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
1
OPTICAL LOSS TEST SET
MS9020D
For Measuring Optical Loss and Checking Optical Parts
The MS9020D is a handy optical measuring instrument that incorporates an LD or an LED light source and an optical power meter. It
can also be used for return loss measurement. Every unit of the LD
light source (4 types), LED source (7 types), the sensors (8 types)
and the return loss measurement unit (1 type) is a plug-in type, for
easy exchange and highest suitability for field use.
The MS9020D covers 0.66 µm, 0.85 µm, 1.3 µm, and 1.55 µm bands
for optical loss measurement. In addition to the CW mode, it provides
a modulated light mode with 270 Hz, 1 kHz, and 2 kHz modulation
signals. Therefore, it is possible to measure optical loss over a wide
dynamic range without stray light effect. This is the most suitable for
single mode fiber measurement. For return loss, 1.3 µm band single
mode fibers can be measured in the 0 to 40 dB range. As a power
meter, every sensor has a wavelength calibration function of 5 nm
steps at 3 wavelengths, so absolute values can be read directly.
Applications
• Optical fiber loss measurement
When measuring optical fibers, it is convenient to provide one
MS9020D each at both the near and far ends. By using switchable
light source units (MS0904A/B, MS0909A), one-touch measurement
of 0.85/1.3 µm and 1.3/1.55 µm can be done.
More accurate loss measurement is possible by using the modulated light function. When an LD light source is used, it is possible to
measure optical loss up to 67 dB.
• Optical parts performance check
A light source and optical power meter are provided, and an optical
parts performance check is possible at low cost.
• Optical return loss measurement
Return loss of connectors or optical devices can be measured easily using return loss measuring units.
Features
• Measures optical loss up to 67 dB
• Measures CW and modulated light
• Provides calibration function of 5 nm steps at 3 wavelengths
• Also measures optical return loss (0 to 40 dB)
• Operates in 3 modes; AC, rechargeable battery, and dry cells
• Various connectors
Specifications
• MS9020D (mainframe)
Unit display
W, W
Measurement resolution
W/W (REL) display: 0.1 to 1%, dBm/dB (REL) display: 0.01/0.1 dB, Blanking is possible.
(REL),
dBm, dB (REL) selectable, 4 digits
Auto power off
Power turns off automatically after 5 minutes of no adjustment
Recorder output
1 V (on full-scale display), 0.316 V (on –5 dB from full-scale)
Battery alarm
Down-side part flickers when battery voltage goes down.
Auto offset
Sensor zero point is adjusted automatically.
Back light
Display section back light can be set on and off.
Averaging
On and off selectable
Range hold
Range can be specified and set to be on and off.
Reference value input
Used to input the loss point reference value
Buzzer
Sound when input level is higher than set reference level in 1 dB steps
Wavelength sensitivity
characteristics compensation
Deviation of optical power sensor is compensated automatically in 5 nm steps.
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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Resume function
At power on, the state when the power is just turned off is restored.
Backup
Setting condition is backed up for 30 minutes, when the line voltage is zero at exchanging batteries for example.
Modulation
CW, 270 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz (2 kHz is for MA9621A only)
Power
Operation is possible using AC adapter, Ni-Cd battery [Operation hour: 4-hour for outputting light, No operation hour: 9-hour
for light is turned off (when fully charged after new battery fully discharged), Charge time: 6-hour], UM-3 Alkali/Manganese
battery∗1 (Require 4 pcs. Operation hour is equivalent with Ni-Cd battery at 25˚C.)
Temperature range
0˚ to 50˚C (use), 10˚ to 45˚C (at charging), –30˚ to +50˚C (storage)
Dimensions and mass
90 (W) x 190 (H) x 38 (D) mm, ≤700 g
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A) , EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class D), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: Optional accessories
• Light sources
MS0901A∗1
Model
Applicable fiber
MS0902A∗1
MS0903A∗1
GI
MS0904A∗1
MS0904B∗1
MS0905A∗1
SM
Plastics
EE-LED
LED
SM, GI
Element
LED
Wavelength (µm)
0.85 ±0.03
Spectral half-width
(nm)
≤60
Optical output level:
CW mode (dBm)∗2
≥–20∗3
1.55 ±0.035
1.3 ±0.03
1.55 ±0.035
≤140
≤210
≤140 (1.3 µm)
≤210 (1.55 µm)
≥–20∗3
≥–40∗4
≥–25∗3
≥–45∗4
1.3 ±0.03
Stability∗2, ∗ 6
≤0.3 dB
Short-term
stability∗2, ∗ 7
≤0.04 dB
Internal modulation
0˚ to 50˚C (use), –40˚ to +70˚C (storage)
Dimensions and mass
30 (W) x 30 (H) x 37 (D) mm, ≤200 g
MS0906A∗9
Element
Wavelength (µm)
Spectral half-width
(nm)
≤25
≤50
≥–36 (1.3 µm)∗4
≥–42 (1.55µm)∗4
≥–10∗5
≤2 dB
≤0.4 dB
≤0.05 dB
FC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A, SC type connector adapter
Temperature range
Applicable fiber
(1.3 µm)∗3
(1.55 µm)∗3
(1.3 µm)∗4
(1.55 µm)∗4
0.66 ±0.03
Frequency: 270 Hz/1 kHz/2 kHz±1.5%, Square wave (duty factor: 45 to 55%)
Optical connector∗8
Model
≥–22
≥–27
≥–42
≥–47
1.31 ±0.02
1.55 ±0.035
MS0902D∗10, ∗ 11
MS0903D∗10, ∗ 11
FC, ST, DIN,
HMS-10/A, SC type
integrated with
connector
MS0908A∗12, ∗ 13
Amphenol 905, FC
type connector
adapter
MS0909A∗10, ∗ 12
GI, SM
SM
SM (ITU-T G.652)
LED
LD
FP-LD
0.85 ±0.03
1.30 ±0.03
≤60 (0.85 µm)
≤140 (1.30 µm)
1.31 ±0.025∗14
1.55 ±0.025∗14
0.635 ±0.010∗14
1.31 ±0.02∗14
1.55 ±0.02∗14
≤5∗14
≤10∗14
≤5∗14
≤5 (1.31 µm)∗14
≤10 (1.55 µm)∗14
≥22 (0.85/1.3 µm)∗3
≥–42 (1.3 µm)∗4
–3±1∗4, ∗ 14
–3±1∗14, ∗ 15
≥–3∗14, ∗ 15
Stability∗2, ∗ 6
≤0.3 dB
±0.5 dB∗4
±2 dB∗2, ∗ 15, ∗ 16
±0.5 dB∗2, ∗ 6, ∗ 15
Short-term
stability∗2, ∗ 7
≤0.04 dB
±0.05 dB∗4
–
±0.05 dB∗2, ∗ 7, ∗ 15
Flickering light function
(3 steps)
Frequency: 270 Hz/
1 kHz/2 kHz ±1.5%
Duty: 45 to 55%
Optical output level:
CW mode (dBm)∗2
Internal modulation
Frequency: 270 Hz/1 kHz/2 kHz±1.5%, Square wave (duty factor: 45 to 55%)
Optical connector∗8
FC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A,
SC type connector adapter
Temperature range
Dimensions and mass
FC or SC type integrated with connector∗17
0˚ to 50˚C (use), –40˚ to +70˚C (storage)
0˚ to 40˚C (use),
–40˚ to +70˚C (storage)
0˚ to 50˚C (use),
–40˚ to +70˚C (storage)
30 (W) x 30 (H) x 37 (D) mm, ≤200 g
90 (W) x 133 (H) x
38 (D) mm, ≤300 g
90 (W) x 133 (H) x
38 (D) mm, ≤500 g
∗1: Installed in MS9020A/B/C/D
∗2: Used with FC-type connectors
∗3: When connected with Anritsu GI fiber (50/125 µm, NA 0.2, 2 m)
∗4: When connected with Anritsu SM fiber (10/125 µm, NA 0.1, 2 m)
∗5: When connected with Anritsu plastic fiber (1 mmø, NA 0.5, 2 m)
∗6: CW, 0˚ to 50˚C (5 hour)
∗7: CW, at ±1˚C (1 minute) within 0˚ to 50˚C
∗8: Specify one connector among those shown in the specification table.
When no connector and manufacturer’s name are specified, FC-type
(Amphenol 905 type for MS0905A) will be mounted and supplied.
Other than the connectors indicated in the table are dealt in special connectors of custom-made. The ordering method of optical connectors are
indicated in the table on page 39.
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Replaceable connector, PC polish
(FC, ST, DIN, HMS-10A, SC)
For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
∗9: Installed in MS9020B/C/D
∗10: Laser Product Safety Standards: Class-1 (IEC Pub. 825, FDA 21CFR)
∗11: Installed in MS9020C/D
∗12: Installed in MS9020D
∗13: Laser Product Safety Standards: Class-2 (IEC Pub. 825, FDA 21CFR)
∗14: CW, 25˚C
∗15: Connected with SM fiber (ITU-T G.652), 2 m
∗16: CW, at 0˚ to 40˚C ambient temperature, 5 hour
∗17: Use the conversion cord (see ordering information) for other optical connectors
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
1
• Optical sensors
MA9421A∗1
Model
MA9422A∗1
Wavelength range
MA9423A∗1
MA9621A∗1
0.38 to 1.15 µm
Element
0.75 to 1.7 µm
Si diode
Active area diameter
ø9.5 mm
InGaAs diode
ø9 mm
Input
ø9.5 mm
ø1 mm
FC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A, SC
type connector adapter∗2
Direct
CW
Measurement (dBm)
range
MOD
(dBm)
–60 to +20 (0.85 µm)
–50 to +20 (0.85 µm)
–70 to +10 (0.85 µm)
–70 to +3 (1.3 µm)
–65 to +17 (0.85 µm)
–50 to +17 (0.85 µm)
–75 to +7 (0.85 µm)
–75 to 0 (1.3 µm)
±5%∗5
±5%∗6
Measurement
accuracy∗3
±5%∗4
Temperature range
0˚ to 50˚C (use), –40˚ to +70˚C (storage)
Dimensions and mass
30 (W) x 30 (H) x 37 (D) mm,
≤100 g
15 (W) x 16 (H) x 140 (D) mm,
≤200 g
Model
MA9622A∗7, ∗ 8
MA9721A∗1
Wavelength range
1.2 to 1.7 µm
Element
InGaAs diode
Active area diameter
CW
Measurement (dBm)
range
MOD
(dBm)
Measurement
accuracy∗3
Temperature range
Dimensions and mass
MA9723A∗1
Ge diode
–
ø5 mm
ø3 mm
ø1 mm
Direct
Direct∗9
FC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A, SC
type connector adapter∗2
–50 to +23 (1.3/1.55 µm)
–40 to +10 (1.3 µm)
–60 to 0∗10 (1.3 µm)
–60 to +3∗10 (1.3 µm)
–55 to +20 (1.3/1.55 µm)
–50 to +7 (1.3 µm)
–65 to –3∗10 (1.3 µm)
–65 to 0∗10 (1.3 µm)
±5%∗11
±5%∗6, ∗ 12
–
±5%∗6, ∗ 12
20 (W) x 20 (H) x 128 (D) mm,
≤300 g
30 (W) x 30 (H) x 37 (D) mm,
≤100 g
0˚ to 50˚C (use), –40˚ to +70˚C (storage)
30 (W) x 30 (H) x 37 (D) mm, ≤100 g
∗1: Installed in MS9020A/B/C/D
∗2: Specify one connector among those shown in the specification table.
When no connector and manufacturer’s name are specified, FC-type
(Amphenol 905 type for MS0905A) will be mounted and supplied.
Other than the connectors indicated in the table are dealt in special connectors of custom-made. The ordering method of optical connectors are
indicated in the table on page 39.
∗3: Used with FC-type connectors
∗4: At –10 dBm, 0.633/0.78/0.85 µm CW light mode
∗5: At –10 dBm, 0.66/0.78/0.85 µm CW light mode
∗6: At –10 dBm, 0.85/1.3/1.55 µm CW light mode
∗7: Installed in MS9020D, applicable connector: SM fiber (ITU-T G.652)
Return loss: ≥40 dB (1.55 ±0.2 µm, only when return loss of optical connector: ≥45 dB)
Polarization dependency: ≤0.1 dB (1.55 ±0.02 µm)
∗8: Installed in MS9020D
∗9: Used with UV coated SM fiber with a jacket diam. 0.25 mm
∗10: 0˚ to 40˚C
∗11: At –10 dBm, 1.3/1.55 µm CW light mode
∗12: At –10 dBm, 1.55 µm CW light mode, 18˚ to 28˚C
Safety measures for laser products
The MS0908A complies with the optical safety standards in Class 2
of the IEC pub. 825 and the FDA (21CFR 1040.10, USA); the following descriptive labels are affixed to the product (FDA label is only affixed to product for export to the USA).
IEC
MA9722A∗1
0.75 to 1.8 µm
FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A,
replaceable connector, PC
polishing
Input
30 (W) x 30 (H) x 37 (D) mm, ≤100 g
• MS0907A Return Loss Measurement Unit*1
Applicable fiber
SM (10/125 µm, NA 0.1)
Wavelength
1.31 ±0.03 µm (25˚C)
Measurement range
0 to 40 dB (relative to total internal reflection
cord, including output connector reflection)
Measured data display
range
0 to 60 dB (relative to total internal reflection
cord, excluding output connector reflection)
Measurement accuracy
±1 dB (relative to the reflection, constant
temperature)
Optical output connector∗2
FC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A, SC: PC-type
Temperature range
0˚ to 50˚C (use), –40˚ to +70˚C (storage)
Dimensions and mass
90 (W) x 93 (H) x 36 (D) mm, ≤300 g
∗1: Installed in MS9020B/C/D; Laser Product Safety Standards: Class-1 (IEC
Pub. 825, FDA 21CFR)
∗2: Specify one connector among those shown in the specification table.
When no connector and manufacturer’s name are specified, FC-type
(Amphenol 905 type for MS0905A) will be mounted and supplied.
Other than the connectors indicated in the table are dealt in special connectors of custom-made. The ordering method of optical connectors are
indicated in the table on page 39.
FDA (CFR)
The maximum output is indicated under ∗1, and the wavelength under ∗2.
Caution: Do not look directly into the laser beam.
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MA9722A Optical Sensor
Optical Sensor
(MA9421A/9423A/9621A/
9721A/9723A)
LED Source
(MS0901A/0902A/0903A/
0904A/0904B/0905A/0906A)
LD Source
(MS0902D/0903D)
LD Source
(MS0908A/0909A)
MS9020D
Optical sensor
(MA9422A)
(A photograph
includes a sensor)
Fiber cord with plug
Bare fiber
MA9014A
Bare Fiber Connector
Pigtail fiber
MA9004A Connector Adapter attached
MA9015A Connector Adapter (MS0905A only)
LED Source
(MS0901A/0902A/0903A/0904A/
0904B/0905A/0906A)
Bare fiber
MA9013A Fiber Adapter
LD Source
(MS0902D/0903D)
FC/SC type (integrated with connector)
Fiber cord with plug
Optical Sensor
(MA9421A/9423A/9621A/9721A/9723A)
MA9005A Connector Adapter
UV coated SM fiber (with a jacket diam. 0.25 mm)
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MA9722A Optical Sensor
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Fiber cord with plug
1
LD Source (MS0908A/0909A)
(Replaceable connector)
MA9014A
Bare Fiber Connector
Bare fiber
Pigtail fiber
(A photograph includes a sensor)
Fiber cord with plug
MA9622A Optical Sensor
(Replaceable connector)
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MS9020D
Name
Model/Order No.
Mainframe
Optical Loss Test Set (with Ni-Cd batteries)
MA9004A
J0599
J0477
J0441
W1306AE
Standard accessories
AC adapter:
1
Power cord, 2.5 m:
1
AC operation adapter:
1
Continuant adapter:
1
Total internal reflection cord (for MS0907A only): 1
MS9020D operation manual:
1
MS0901A
MS0902A
MS0903A
MS0904A
MS0904B
MS0905A
MS0906A
MS0902D
MS0903D
MS0908A
MS0909A
LED sources
LED Source (MA9004A Connector Adapter attached)
LED Source (MA9004A Connector Adapter attached)
LED Source (MA9004A Connector Adapter attached)
LED Source (MA9004A Connector Adapter attached)
LED Source (integrated with connector)
LED Source (MA9015A Connector Adapter attached)
LED Source (MA9004A Connector Adapter attached)
LD Source (integrated with connector)
LD Source (integrated with connector)
LD Source (replaceable connector attached)
LD Source (replaceable connector attached)
Z0178
MA9005A
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
copy
MA9721A
MA9722A
MA9723A
Optical sensors
Optical Sensor
Optical Sensor (thin type)
Optical Sensor
Optical Sensor (MA9005A Connector Adapter attached)
Optical Sensor (for high power, replaceable optical
connector attached)
Optical Sensor
Optical Sensor (for fiber identification)
Optical Sensor (MA9005A Connector Adapter attached)
MS0907A
Optical return loss measuring unit
Optical Return Loss Measuring Unit
MA9421A
MA9422A
MA9423A
MA9621A
MA9622A
MA9006A
MA9013A
MA9014A
MA9015A
MP93A
MP94D
MZ8013A
J0436
J0438
J0200B
J0056B
Z0179
Z0180
Z0181
Z0182
Z0426
J0206A
J0208A
J0210A
J0517A
J0519A
J0521A
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
Z0333A
B0232
Name
Optional accessories
Connector Adapter
(for MS0901A/0902A/0903A/0904A/0906A)
Connector Adapter
(for MA9421A/9423A/9621A/9721A/9723A)
Sensor Adapter (for optical sensors)
Fiber Adapter (Clad diam. 125 µm; Jacket diam. 0.25 to 1 mm)
Bare Fiber Connector
Connector Adapter (for MS0905A)
Fiber Adapter (Clad diam. ≤150 µm)
Connector Adapter (used with MP93A)
Sensor Holder
Optical sensor cord S (for ML9002A, MS9020A/B/C/D)
Recorder output cord (mini-jack with clips)
FC-FC-2M-GI (FC optical fiber cord, 2 m, GI)
FC-FC-2M-SM (FC optical fiber cord, 2 m, SM)
Carrying case
Battery pack (for Alkali/Manganese cell, up to 4 pcs)
Ni-Cd battery pack
Soft case (MS0908A/0909A can not house)
Carrying case (for MS9020D + MS0908A/0909A)
FC·PC-DIA·PC-1M-SM (FC·PC-DIAMOND·PC optical
conversion cord, 1 m, SM)
FC-BIC-1M-GI (FC-BICONIC optical conversion cord, 1 m, GI)
FC-D4-1M-SM (FC-D4 optical conversion cord, 1 m, SM)
FC-DIN-1M-SM (FC-DIN optical conversion cord, 1 m, SM)
FC-ST-1M-SM (FC-ST optical conversion cord, 1 m, SM)
FC-SC-1M-SM (FC-SC optical conversion cord, 1 m, SM)
Replaceable connector (FC)
∗For MA9622A, MS0908A/0909A
Replaceable connector (ST)
∗For MA9622A, MS0908A/0909A
Replaceable connector (DIN)
∗For MA9622A, MS0908A/0909A
Replaceable connector (HMS-10/A)
∗For MA9622A, MS0908A/0909A
Replaceable connector (SC)
∗For MA9622A, MS0908A/0909A
Wavelength selector ∗For MS0904A/0904B/0906A/0909A
Blank panel
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OPTICAL TIME DOMAIN REFLECTOMETER
MW9076 Series
1.31/1.45/1.55/1.625 µm (SM)
Simple Measurement of Chromatic Dispersion
Features
• 45 dB high dynamic range
• 8 m short dead zone
• Simple measurement of chromatic dispersion from one end of optical fiber
• Measurement in 10 s (Full-Auto mode), 0.15 s real-time sweep
• 5 cm high resolution, 50,000 sampling points
• 8.4 inch TFT-LCD color display
Model
MW9076B1
MW9076B
MW9076C
Optical fiber
SM
SM
SM
SM
Wavelength
1.31/1.55 µm ±25 nm
1.31/1.55 µm ±25 nm
1.31/1.55/1.625 µm ±25 nm
1.31/1.45/1.55/1.625 µm ±3 nm
Dynamic range
40.5/38.5 dB (typical)
45/43 dB (typical)
41.5/39.5/37 dB
34.5/33.5/32.5/30.0 dB
1.6/8 m
1.6/8 m
1.6/8 m
3/25 m
√
√
Dead zone (Fresnel,
back-scattered)
MW9076D1
√
Chromatic dispersion
Options
Light source function
Visible light source
√
√
√
Optical power meter
√
√
√
High power
optical power meter
√
√
√
Optical channel
selector unit
√
√
√
Features
• High cost performance
• Short dead zone
• Low cost
• Highest class model
• Wide dynamic range
• Short dead zone
√
• Chromatic dispersion mea• Three wavelengths
• L-band measurement
surement
• Four wavelengths
• Wavelength accuracy:
±3 nm
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Performance and functions
• High dynamic range
1
• Chromatic dispersion characteristics
When using a wavelength of 1.55 µm, a point about 190 km distant
can be measured.
The zero and total dispersion can be displayed along with the delay,
dispersion and dispersion slope at 0.1 nm steps.
• Short dead zone
Clearly measure up to near end by 8 m dead zone (back-scatter,
SM unit)
C
• High-speed measurement
A
B
• Chromatic dispersion measurement
The MW9076D1 has a built-in function for measuring chromatic dispersion even outdoors. The chromatic dispersion can be measured
automatically over a wide range from 1300 to 1660 nm from one end
of the fiber. The dispersion reproducibility is ±0.05 ps/(nm · km)∗ and
the dynamic range is 30 dB. The MW9076D1 can be operated from
an external PC using remote commands to measure the chromatic
dispersion. For detail of the chromatic dispersion measurement, refer to the document of “product introduction MW9076 series Optical
Time Domain Reflectometer”.
∗: Measured with 25 km of 1.3 µm zero-dispersion fiber (ITU-T G.652) at 1550
It takes only 10 seconds to measure and display the waveform and
connection loss on one screen. Just one press of the Start key is all
that is needed to make measurement.
• Full automatic mode
Measurement results are displayed by simply pressing the Start key.
All complicated settings of distance range, pulse width, attenuator,
and maker can be automatically executed. Measurement speed in
this mode was significantly increased. When the wavelengths are set
to ALL, wavelengths are automatically changed.
• Repeated measurement
A series of operations, such as measurement, wavelength switching,
data saving, optical channel switching, and next optical fiber measurement, can be executed automatically under preset measurement
conditions. This mode is ideal for measuring a multi-core optical
fiber.
• Waveform comparison function
Measured and saved data can be compared on the same screen. In
addition, differences can be displayed as a waveform for simple observation of distance and level differences. This is useful for checking aging changes or comparing several fibers.
nm.
• Fresnel reflection
The far-end Fresnel reflection can be measured for four wavelengths
(1310/1450/1550/1625 nm).
• Group delay characteristics
The fitting formula supports cubic or quintic Sellmeier, and polynomials can be applied to various types of fibers.
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• Warning level setup function
• VGA output terminal
In automatic measurement mode, an event warning value can also
be set in addition to a detection threshold value. For example, the
threshold value can be set to the acceptance level, and warning value to a pass/rejection decision level. In this case, all events will be
detected, and those exceeding the warning value are displayed in
another color, therefore, enabling the operator to easily identify possible “borderline” events.
The VGA connector outputs the screen interface to a CRT monitor,
which is very useful for production-line applications.
• Large internal memory
About 18 MB internal memory is provided as standard. The following
table shows the number of waveforms which can be saved in each
media.
Media
GR196
Analysis
FDD (1.4 MB)
123
67
PC-ATA card (32 MB)
2700
1520
PC-ATA card (256 MB)
16000
10600
Internal memory (18 MB)
1560
860
Hard disk (1 GB)∗
32700
32700
Number of data points: 5,000
∗: The hard disk is for the PC card slot (IBM Microdrive DSCM-11000 + PC
card adapter)
MX907600A OTDR Emulation Software
• Emulation function
Measured waveform data can be analyzed using a PC.
• Communication light check function
When measuring a fiber in service, there is a possibility of mis-measurement by an OTDR. To guard against the risk of mis-measurement, this check function checks for the presence of light other than
the OTDR optical measurement pulse.
• Optical channel selector control function
In addition to using the built-in optical channel selector, external
MN9662A/9664A Optical Channel Selector can be controlled via the
RS-232C interface from an OTDR. By using these selectors, an optical fibercable consisting of up to 32 cores can be measured automatically.
• Visible LD
A 635 nm visible LD option is available for the detection of breaks
and loss points along the fiber to be measured.
• Light source, power meter
Optical fiber loss can be measured using the optical power meter
function and light source function. Two types of optical power meters
are supported: One is measurement range of –70 to +3 dBm
(MW9076B/B1/C-02 option), the other is measurement range of –50
to +23 dBm (MW9076B/B1/C-03 option).
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• Data transmission function
Data files recorded by the MW9076 series can be transferred to a PC
via the RS-232C port.
• Both-end measurement function
A new waveform can be composed by averaging data measured at
both ends of an optical fiber.
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
1
Specifications
• Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (main frame)
Model
Wavelength
MW9076B
1310/1550 ±25 nm∗1
MW9076C
1310/1550/1625 ±25 nm∗1
Measurable optical fiber
10/125 µm single-mode optical fiber (ITU-T G.652)
Optical connector
FC, SC, DIN, HMS-10/A, ST (replaceable, PC type)
Distance range
1, 2.5, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, 250, 400 km
Pulse width
10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1000, 2000, 4000, 10000, 20000 ns
42.5 dB (1.31 µm)
40.5 dB (1.55 µm)
∗Typical value:
45 dB (1.31 µm)
43 dB (1.55 µm)
Dynamic range∗2
(S/N = 1)
Dead zone
(back-scattered light)∗3
Dead zone
(Fresnel reflection)∗4
41.5 dB (1.31 µm)
39.5 dB (1.55 µm)
37 dB (1.625 µm)
≤8 m (1.31 µm)
≤9 m (1.55 µm)
≤8 m (1.31 µm)
≤9 m (1.55 µm)
≤12 m (1.625 µm)
≤1.6 m
≤1.6 m
MW9076B1
MW9076D1
1310/1550 ±25 nm∗1
1310/1450/1550/1625 ±3 nm∗1
38 dB (1.31 µm)
36 dB (1.55 µm)
∗Typical value:
40.5 dB (1.31 µm)
38.5 dB (1.55 µm)
34.5
33.5
32.5
30.0
≤8 m (1.31 µm)
≤9 m (1.55 µm)
dB
dB
dB
dB
(1.31 µm)
(1.45 µm)
(1.55 µm)
(1.625 µm)
≤25 m
≤1.6 m
≤3 m
Marker resolution
0.05 to 800 m
Sampling resolution
0.05 to 80 m
Sampling points∗5
Quick mode: 5001, 6251
Normal mode: 20001, 25001
High mode: 40001, 50001
Distance measurement
accuracy
±1 m ±3 x measurement distance x 10–5 ± marker resolution (excluding uncertainty caused
by fiber IOR)
Loss measurement accuracy
(linearity)
±0.05 dB/dB or ±0.1 dB (whichever is greater)
Return loss measurement
accuracy
±2 dB
Automatic measurement∗11
Measurement items:
Total loss, total return loss. Each event distance, connection loss, return loss, or reflection amount (displays in table format)
Threshold values
Connection loss: 0.01 to 9.99 dB (in 0.01 dB steps), Return loss: 20 to 60 dB (in 1 dB steps),
Fiber-end: 1 to 99 dB (in 1 dB steps)
Warning values
Splice connection loss: 0.1 to 10 dB (in 0.01 dB steps), Connector connection loss: 0.1 to 10 dB (in 0.01 steps),
Return loss: 10 to 50 dB (in 0.1 dB steps), Fiber loss: 0.1 to 10 dB (in 0.01 steps), Total loss: 0.1 to 60 dB (in 0.1 steps),
Total return loss: 10 to 50 dB (in 0.1 dB steps)
Number of detected events: Up to 99
Automatic setting: Distance range, pulse width, averaging count (time)
Measurement time: ≤60 s (in full automatic measurement mode)
Connection check: Automatic check of front panel connector connection quality
Communication light check:
Check for presence of communication light in optical fiber to be measured
Manual measurement
Measurement items:
Transmission loss and distance between 2 points, loss per unit length between 2 points, connection loss, return loss/
reflection amount, total return loss
Real-time sweep: 0.1 to 0.2 second or less∗6
Optical loss measurement
light source function
Applicable optical fibers:
SM optical fiber (ITU-T G.652), PC polishing
Optical connectors:
Shared with OTDR (same port)
Light-emitting elements: FP-LD
Center wavelength:
1310/1550 ±25 nm (MW9076B, CW, 25°C)
1310/1550/1625 ±25 nm (MW9076C, CW, 25°C)
Spectrum width:
≤5/10 nm (MW9076B, CW, 25°C)
≤5/10/10 nm (MW9076C, CW, 25°C)
Output level accuracy:
–3 ±1.5 dBm (CW, 25°C, SM optical fiber: 2 m)
Optical output short term stability:
≤0.1 dB [CW, at one point from –10° to +40°C (±1°C),
Difference between maximum and minimum values in one
min, SM optical fiber cable: 2 m]
Output waveform
CW, 270 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz (Modulated waves are
square waves.)
Modulation frequency: 270 Hz/1 kHz/2 kHz ±1.5%
Laser safety specification:
21CFR Class 1, IEC 60825-1 Class 1
0.1 m ±3 x measurement distance x 10–5 ± marker resolution (excluding uncertainty
caused by fiber IOR)
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Model
MW9076B
MW9076C
Chromatic dispersion
measurement function
Other functions
MW9076B1
MW9076D1
Wavelength measurement
range: 1300 to 1660 nm
Wavelength accuracy:
±0.5 nm∗7
Zero dispersion wavelength
repeatability: ±0.6 nm∗10
Dispersion repeatability
(typical): ±0.05 ps /(nm • km)∗10
Dynamic range:
30 dB (4% Fresnel)
—
Waveform storage (Bellcore. SOR or Anritsu. Data format, user selectable), print output (Centronics), repeated measurement
function (A series of operations such as wavelength switching, waveform storage, and printing can be executed by pressing
a single key.), relative distance set (zero cursor set), calendar clock, distance unit set (km, kf, mi), title input (up to 32
characters), remaining battery power display
Laser safety specification
21CFR Class 1, IEC Pub 825-1 Class 1
Power
≤35 W max. (at charging), 4 W (in standard state, MU250000A power consumption included.)
Battery
Continuous operation: 6 h (typical value)∗8
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 77 (D)
mm (MW9076D1 main frame)
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 122 (D)
mm (with MU250000A
Display Unit)
≤3.1 kg (MW9076D1 main
frame only), ≤5.4 kg (with
MU250000A Display Unit and
battery pack included)
Dimensions and mass
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 30 (D) mm (MW9076B/C main frame)
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 75 (D) mm (MU250000A Display Unit included)
≤1.4 kg
≤3.7 kg (MU250000A display unit and battery pack included)
Environmental condition
Operating temperature and humidity: –10° to 40°C, ≤ 85% (no condensation)
Storage temperature and humidity: –20° to 60°C, ≤ 85%
Vibration: Conforming to MIL-T-28800E Class 3
Shock: 76 cm height, 6 surfaces, 8 corners∗9
Dust-proofing: MIL-T-28800E
Drip-proofing: MIL-T-28800E
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class D)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution Degree 2)
∗1: At 25°C, pulse width: 1 µs
∗2: At 25°C, pulse width: 20 µs, averaging time: 180 s
∗3: Pulse width: 10 ns, return loss: 40 dB (Refer to the figure right)
∗4: Pulse width: 10 ns (Refer to the figure right)
∗5: Either value is automatically selected in each mode, depending on the distance
1.5 dB
range.
∗6: At quick mode
∗7: Compared value with internal wavelength data at chromatic dispersion measurement
∗8: At back light low brightness, measurement not executed.
∗9: Dropped on the floor of plywood (thickness 5 cm) fixed by concrete. Not applicable to the MW9076D1
∗10: Measured with 25 km of 1.3 µm zero-dispersion fiber (ITU-T G.652) at 1550
nm.
Not an error from absolute value but repeatability of measured results. Contact
Anritsu Corporation in case of measuring ITU-T G.655 fiber.
∗11: Automatic measurement is a supporting function which enables to operate easier, it doesn’t assure results. As there is a case of miss detection, please check
a waveform data, either.
Note: MW9076D1 can accept a special wavelength request. Please consult us.
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0.1 dB
l1
l2
l1: Fresnel reflection
l2: Back-scattered light
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
• MU250000A/A1/A4 Display Unit
Display
Interface
MU250000A Unit:
8.4 inch color, TFT-LCD (640 x 480 pixels,
transparent type, with back light)
MU250000A1 Unit:
7.2 inch color, STN-LCD (640 x 480 pixels,
semi-transparent type, with back light on/off)
MU250000A4 Unit:
7.8 inch color, STN-LCD (640 x 480 pixels,
reflective type, with front light on/off)
Serial interface:
RS-232C-1 (115.2 kbps max.), with D-sub 9-pin connector
RS-232C-2 (57.6 kbps max, ), with mini-DIN 8-pin
connector
Printer interface:
8-bit parallel interface (Centronics), with D-sub,
25-pin connector
Keyboard interface:
IBM US ENGLISH (101 keys) 106 keys compatible,
with mini-DIN 6-pin connector
VGA output connector: Mini-DIN 10-pin connector
FDD
Built-in 3.5 inch (1.44 MB/720 kB)
Power supply
10 to 26.4 Vdc
100 to 250 Vac (rated), 50/60 Hz, ≤50 VA max.
(Specific AC adapter is used.)
Battery: CGR-B/802 Lithium ion battery pack can be
used. (mounted in main frame)
Power
≤35 W
Dimensions and
mass
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 45 (D) mm, ≤1.9 kg
Environmental
conditions
Restricted by memory card specifications when a
memory card is mounted.
AC adapter: Depend on the conditions of AC adapter
Operation temperature and humidity:
–10° to +40°C, ≤85% (no condensation), +5° to 40°C,
≤80% (FDD is used.)
Storage temperature and humidity:
–20° to 60°C, ≤85%
Vibration: Conform to MIL-T-28800E Class 3
Shock: 76 cm height, 6 surfaces, 8 corners∗
Dust proofing: Conform to MIL-T-28800E
Drip proofing: Conform to MIL-T-28800E
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• Visible light source: MW9076B/B1/C/D1-01
Central
wavelength
635 ±15 nm (at 25°C)
Optical output
–3.0 ±1.5 dBm
Output optical
fiber
10/125 µm, SM (ITU-T G.652)
Optical
connector
FC, SC, ST, DIN, DIAMOND (HMS-10/A) ∗Replaceable
Optical safety
IEC Pub 60825-1 Class 2, 21CFR Class 2
Environmental
conditions
Same as MW9076 series
EMC
Same as MW9076 series
LVD
Same as MW9076 series
Safety measures for laser products
This option complies with optical safety standards in Class 2 of the
IEC pub. 60825-1 and the FDA (21CFR1040.10, USA); the following
descriptive labels are affixed to the product (FDA labels is only affixed to product for export to the USA).
∗1
∗1
∗2
IEC
FDA (CFR)
∗2
The maximum output is indicated under ∗1, and the wavelength under ∗2.
Caution: Do not look directly into the laser beam.
• Optical power meter: MW9076B/B1/C-02, MW0976B/B1/C-03
Applicable
optical fiber
10/125 µm, SM (ITU-T G.652)
Optical connector
FC, SC, ST, DIN, DIAMOND (HMS-10/A) ∗Replaceable
Wavelength range
1.2 to 1.7 µm
Measurement
range
Option 02:
+3 to –70 dBm (continuous light)
0 to –73 dBm (modulated light)
Option 03:
+23 to –50 dBm (continuous light)
+20 to –53 dBm (modulated light)
Voltage, capacity 14.4 V, 2550 mAh (36.72 Wh)
Measurement
accuracy
Option 02: ±5% (–30 dBm, 1.31/1.55 µm, continuous light)
Option 03: ±5% (–10 dBm, 1.31/1.55 µm, continuous light)
Continuous
drive time
See the MW9076 series specifications
Environmental
conditions
Same as MW9076 series
Charging time
≤3 h
EMC
Same as MW9076 series
Dimensions
and mass
134.5 (W) x 89.5 (H) x 20.5 (D) mm, ≤390 g
LVD
Same as MW9076 series
EMC
Same as MW9076 series
LVD
Same as MW9076 series
∗: Dropped on the floor of plywood (thickness 5 cm) fixed by concrete
• Battery pack: CGR-B/802D
Battery
Lithium ion secondary battery
• AC adapter: ADP60WB24.0
• MU960001A/960002A Optical Channel Selector Unit
Model
MU960001A
MU960002A
1x4
1x8
Rated AC input
100 to 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Rated DC output
24 Vdc, 2.5 A
Dimensions
and mass
109.5 x 62.5 x 31 mm, ≤350 g
Safety
specifications
Optical fiber
10/125 µm, SM (ITU-T G.652)
UL, CSA, TUV, CE, AS
Optical connector
FC, SC, ST, DIN, DIAMOND (HMS-10/A) ∗Replaceable
Environmental
conditions
Operating temperature and humidity: 0° to +40°C, 80%
Storage temperature and humidity: –20° to +80°C, 90%
Insertion loss
Configuration
Wavelength
range
1.2 to 1.65 µm (The special wavelength are
1.31/1.55 µm.)
≤2.5 dB
≤4.5 dB
Environmental
conditions
Same as MW9076 series (not applicable to the shock)
Dimensions
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 47 (D) mm
Mass
≤1.5 kg
EMC
Same as MW9076 series
LVD
Same as MW9076 series
≤2.0 kg
∗MU960001A/MU960002A can not be attached to MW9076D1.
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
Model/Order No.
Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
(main frame, requires display unit)
SMF 1.31/1.55 µm OTDR
SMF 1.31/1.55 µm OTDR
SMF 1.31/1.55/1.625 µm OTDR
SMF 1.31/1.45/1.55/1.625 µm OTDR
MW9076B
MW9076B1
MW9076C
MW9076D1
Z0404A
Standard accessories (main frame)
MW9076 series operation manual:
MW9076 series serial interface manual:
Connector adapter∗1:
Lithium ion battery pack:
MU250000A
MU250000A1
MU250000A4
Units
Display Unit (8.4 inch TFT-LCD)
Display Unit (7.2 inch STN-LCD)
Display Unit (7.8 inch STN-LCD)
W1659AE
W1660AE
ADP60WB24.0
Z0402
0979
J0980
J0981
J0982
J0983
Z0403A
MU960001A
copy
copy
pc
pc
Standard accessories (display unit)
AC adapter
Front cover
A-2 power cord∗2 (for Japan)
A-2 power cord∗2 (for USA, Canada, Taiwan)
B4 power cord∗2 (for UK, Malaysia, South Africa,
Hong Kong)
C7 power cord∗2 (for Europe)
S3 power cord∗2 (for Oceania, China)
Belt with hook
Optical Channel Selector Unit
(1 x 4 channels, with connector adapter∗1)
Optical Channel Selector Unit
(1 x 8 channels, with connector adapter∗1)
MU960002A
Z0434
J0978
J1041A
BL-80R2
BL-100W
DPU-414-31B
PW-4007-U1
DPU-414-31B
PW-4007-E1
J0614
Peripherals
High speed thermal printer
AC adapter (for BL-80R2, AC 100 to 240 V)
Thermal printer∗5
AC adapter∗5
Thermal printer∗6
AC adapter∗6
Printer connection cable (for DPU-414)
BL-80-30
TP411-28CL
Supplies
Printer paper (for BL-80R2 thermal printer, 10 rolls/set)
Printer paper (for DPU-414 Thermal printer, 10 rolls/set)
Z0301A
JT8MA3-NT1
JT16MA3-NT1
JT32MA3-NT1
JT64MA3-NT1
JT128MA3-NT1
JT256MA3-NT1
JT512MA3-NT1
J0057
J0635 ∗8
B0442
Z0435
Z0436
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
J0441
J1039
J1040A
J1040B
J1041A
J1041B
J0654A
J0655A
J0977
Battery pack
Lithium ion battery pack
Z0404A
MX907600A
Software
OTDR Emulation Software
MW9076B/B1/C/D1-01
MW9076B/B1/C-02
MW9076B/B1/C-03
MW9076B/B1/C-04
MW9076B/C-25
MW9076B/C-26
MW9076B/B1/C/D1-37
MW9076B/B1/C/D1-38
MW9076B/B1/C/D1-39
MW9076B/B1/C/D1-40
MW9076B/B1/C/D1-43
MW9076B/C-47
MU960001A-37
MU960002A-37
MU960001A-38
MU960002A-38
MU960001A-39
MU960002A-39
MU960001A-40
MU960002A-40
MU960001A-43
MU960002A-43
Options
Visible light source∗7
Optical power meter∗3, ∗4, ∗7
High power optical power meter∗3,
Delete battery pack
FC-APC connector∗7
SC-APC connector∗7
FC-PC connector
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
DIAMOND (HMS-10/A) connector
HRL-10 connector∗7
FC-PC connector
FC-PC connector
ST connector
ST connector
DIN connector
DIN connector
SC connector
SC connector
DIAMOND (HMS-10/A) connector
DIAMOND (HMS-10/A) connector
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1
1
1
∗4, ∗7
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Name
Application parts
Keyboard (requires mini-DIN conversion adapter)
PC-ATA card (8 MB)
PC-ATA card (16 MB)
PC-ATA card (32 MB)
PC-ATA card (64 MB)
PC-ATA card (128 MB)
PC-ATA card (256 MB)
PC-ATA card (512 MB)
Optical adapter FC type
Optical fiber cord [with FC-PC at both ends (SM)]
Soft carrying case [440 (W) x 310 (H) x 110 (D) mm]
Soft carrying case [430 (W) x 300 (H) x 170 (D) mm]
Hard carrying case (holds main frame and thermal printer)
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A, HFS-13/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
Total internal reflection cord (SM)
Total internal reflection cord (SC-PC)
1.31/1.55 LWPF filter cord (FC-PC), 1 m
1.31/1.55 LWPF filter cord (FC-PC), 2 m
1.31/1.55 LWPF filter cord (SC-PC), 1 m
1.31/1.55 LWPF filter cord (SC-PC), 2 m
Serial interface cord (for remote control with
IBM-PC/AT or J-310, 9 pin-9 pin)
Serial interface cord (for PC-98 remote control,
9 pin-25 pin)
Serial interface cord (for connection with external
optical channel selector)
Mini-DIN conversion adapter (for keyboard, Z0301A)
VGA conversion cable (for external monitor)
1.31/1.55 LWPF filter cord (SC · PC), 1 m
∗1: Specify one of FC, ST, DIN, SC or DIAMOND. When the connector type is
not specified, FC-PC is supplied.
∗2: Specify one of A-2, B4, C7 or S3.
∗3: The optical power meter (Option 02) and high-level-input optical power meter (Option 03) cannot be mounted at the same time.
∗4: The optional optical power meter and high-level-input optical power meter
cannot be set for MW9076D1.
∗5: 108 to 132 V, 60 Hz, 0° to +40°C, Seiko products (printer cable: sold separately)
∗6: 207 to 253 V, 50 Hz, 0° to +40°C, Seiko products (printer cable: sold separately)
∗7: Factory option
∗8: Specify the optical fiber length as A, B or C (A: 1 m, B: 2 m, C: 3 m)
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
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OPTICAL TIME DOMAIN REFLECTOMETER
MW9060A
1.31/1.55 µm (SM), 0.85/1.3 µm (GI)
For High-Accuracy Measurement of Optical Fiber Cables
GPIB
The MW9060A is an upgraded version of the high-performance
MW9040A/B OTDR. Anritsu’s unique procedure and event-registration
functions combine to reduce measurement time. The new unit also
incorporates a 3.5 inch FDD and printer.
This is a universal type OTDR to be used for single mode or multimode
fiber in a wide dynamic range for long distance or in a high-resolution
for short distance.
There are 2 types of wide dynamic range plug-in units in the single
mode (1.31 µm, 1.31/1.55 µm) whose dynamic ranges are 34 dB, 32
dB, and 34/32 dB, respectively. The long-distance optical fibers can
be measured with high efficiency. There are also 2 types of high-resolution plug-in unit, one is in single mode (1.31/1.55 µm) and the other is in multimode (0.85/1.30 µm). A single mode unit realizes nearend dead zone of 8 m (MW0944B high-resolution unit), and a multimode fiber unit realizes the zone of 3 m, thus making possible for
fault detection from the near end.
Functions and Performance
• Measurement of long optical fibers
The MW0945B/0947B plug-in units have a dynamic range of 34/32
dB or better (1.31/1.55 µm), for measuring long optical fibers of 180
km or more. A measurement example for a long optical fiber with a
transmission loss of 0.18 dB/km (1.55 µm) is shown below.
Features
• For long- and short-haul, and single-mode and multimode fiber
• Fast 0.3-s sweep speed (FAST mode, 2PA mode)
• Procedure and event registration functions shorten measurement time
• Printer and 3.5 inch FD/PMC drives as standard equipment
• Return loss measurement
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• High-resolution measurements
• PMC and FD drives
The MW0944B plug-in unit has a spatial resolution of less than 2 m
and a near-end dead zone of less than 8 m, making it useful for detecting faults in short optical fibers used in buildings, etc.
With a 512 KB PMC, 248 measured waveform screens can be recorded. The FDD uses the MS-DOS∗ format, so recorded data can be
read on a PC. Up to 700 measured waveform screens can be recorded on one 2HD floppy disk. PMCs offer better durability than floppy
disks and are very reliable even in dusty and hot environments.
∗: MS-DOS is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
• Built-in high-speed printer
The image displayed on the screen can be printed in about 7 seconds
at 73.1 x 57.1 mm. Averaging continues even during printing and the
unit also responds to key input during printing, so there is no need to
wait for printing to finish.
• Direct-plot function
Direct printing to an external printer or plotter is possible using the
GPIB interface.
• Unique procedure and event registration functions
The procedure function can be used to assign operation procedures
to function keys. The same operation can then be repeated just by
pressing the assigned function key. In addition, event markers can be
set at any point to be measured; when the LASER-ON key is pressed,
the measured results are displayed in an event table according to the
marker settings.
Copy example using event function
Specifications
• MW9060A (main frame)
Sweep speed
Min. 0.3 s/sweep (used in fast sweep mode and 2PA mode)
Automatic search
No. of search points: Max. 5 points (at event mode off), max. 100 points (at event mode on)
Threshold (dB): 0.05, 0.1, 0.3, 1.0, 3.0, 5.0
Optical return loss measurement
Provided
Waveform comparison
Displays 2 waveforms simultaneously
Smoothing function
Improves the S/N ratio of the waveform by 6 levels from level 1 through level 6
Full-trace display function
Display the full measurement trace, measured by switching each attenuator in turn
Relative distance measurement function
Display distance relative to cursor setting
Event function
Fiber length, total loss, transmission loss, return loss for fiber on either side of splice point
Procedure function
Key command sequence is recorded and assigned to a single key for automatic execution.
Built-in memory
32 waveforms (store the setting conditions at the same time)
Memory card
Plug-in memory card, 32/64/128/256/512 KB (option)
Floppy
Micro Floppy disk, storage capacity (MS-DOS∗2 formatted),
2 MB/1 MB (1.44 MB/720 KB) or 1.6 MB/1 MB (1.2 MB/720 KB)
disk∗1
Printer
Hard copy of screen display is available by line thermal printer.
Title display
20 characters x 2 lines
Index of refraction (IOR)
1.400000 to 1.699999 (in 0.000001 steps)
Distance display units
Meters, feet, miles
CRT
6-inch, green
Interface
GPIB
Conforms to IEE-488.1 and IEEE-448.2
Device mode: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C0, E2
Controller mode: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C4, C7, E2
Direct plot
Hard copy of the measurement screen to an external plotter/printer is available through GPIB.
Power supply
85 to 132 (170 to 250) Vac, 50/60 Hz ±5%, ≤160 VA
Temperature and humidity∗3
–10° to +55°C (operate), –20° to +60°C (storage), ≤80%
Dimensions and mass
284 (W) x 177 (H) x 450 (D) mm, ≤12.5 kg (without plug-in units)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
EMC
LVD
∗1: 1 MB/1.6 MB (720 KB/1.2 MB) capability available as option
720 KB/1.44 MB: When formatting the IBM-PC series (IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation)
720 KB/1.2 MB: When formatting the PC-9800 series (PC-9800 series is a product of NEC.)
∗2: MS-DOS is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
∗3: When plug-in memory cards (PMC) are used, the operating temperature is:
PMC left inserted: –10° to +55°C
Inserting/removing PMC: 0° to +55°C
Operating temperature when floppy disk and printer are used: +5° to +35°C
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• MW0944B high-resolution unit
Wavelength∗1
1310/1550 nm ±15 nm
Fiber under measurement
10/125 µm single-mode fiber (ITU-T G.652)
Optical connector∗2
FC-PC, DIAMOND-PC, ST-PC, DIN-PC, SC-PC
Pulse width
10 ns
20 ns
Dynamic range (oneway back-scattered
light level)∗3,∗4
Effective
6.5/4.0 dB
SNR=1
9.5/7.0 dB
Dynamic range (4%
Fresnel reflection)∗4
Effective
34.5/33.0 dB
SNR=1
37.5/36.0 dB
100 ns
500 ns
2 µs
8.0/5.5 dB
11.5/9.0 dB
15.0/12.5 dB
18.0/15.5 dB
11.0/8.5 dB
14.5/12.0 dB
18.0/15.5 dB
21.0/18.5 dB
Near-end dead
zone∗5,∗6
Fresnel reflection
3m
5m
13 m
55 m
220 m
Back-scattered light
8m
10 m
20 m
65 m
240 m
Spatial resolution∗5,∗7
Fresnel reflection
2m
4m
13 m
55 m
220 m
Back-scattered light
2m
4m
15 m
60 m
220 m
Mask function∗5,∗8
No. of masks
13 m
18 m
65 m
240 m
5 max. (optical)
Mask width
13 m
Variable near-end mask width
Provided
Variable optical output power function∗8
Provided
Distance range (km)∗5
10, 25, 50, 100
Scale (m/div)
2.5,
2.5,
2.5,
2.5,
Resolution
Sampling resolution: 5 cm to 20 m
Read-out resolution: 5 cm to 200m
Horizontal axis∗5
Vertical axis
5,
5,
5,
5,
10,
10,
10,
10,
25,
25,
25,
25,
50,
50,
50,
50,
100,
100,
100,
100,
250,
250,
250,
250,
500,
500,
500,
500,
1
1
1
1
km (10 km range)
km, 2.5 km (25 km range)
km, 2.5 km, 5 km (50 km range)
km, 2.5 km, 5 km, 10 km (100 km range)
Accuracy
±1 m ±measured value (m) x 2 x 10–5 (does not include uncertainty in fiber index of refraction)
Scale (dB/div)
0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5
Read-out resolution
0.001 dB
Linearity
±0.05 dB/dB
Ambient temperature
0° to +35°C (spec. meet), –10° to +60°C(storage)
Mass
≤2.5 kg
• MW0945B/0947B wide dynamic range unit
Wavelength∗1
1310 nm ±15 nm
Fiber under measurement
10/125 µm single-mode fiber (ITU-T G.652)
Optical connector∗9
FC, DIAMOND, ST, DIN, SC
Pulse width
20 ns
100 ns
500 ns
1 µs
4 µs
10 µs
20 ns
100 ns
500 ns
1 µs
4 µs
10 µs
Dynamic range (oneway back-scattered
light level)∗3,∗4
Effective
15 dB
20 dB
23 dB
26 dB
31 dB
34 dB
13 dB
18 dB
21 dB
24 dB
29 dB
32 dB
SNR=1
18 dB
23 dB
26 dB
29 dB
34 dB
37 dB
16 dB
21 dB
24 dB
27 dB
32 dB
35 dB
Dynamic range (4%
Fresnel reflection)∗4
Effective
35 dB
39 dB
41 dB
42 dB
44 dB
45 dB
34 dB
38 dB
40 dB
41 dB
43 dB
44 dB
SNR=1
38 dB
42 dB
44 dB
45 dB
47 dB
48 dB
37 dB
41 dB
43 dB
44 dB
46 dB
47 dB
Near-end dead
zone∗5,∗6
Fresnel reflection
35 m
50 m
95 m
200 m
700 m 1500 m
35 m
50 m
95 m
200 m
700 m 1500 m
Back-scattered light
35 m
50 m
95 m
200 m
700 m 1500 m
35 m
50 m
95 m
200 m
700 m 1500 m
Spatial resolution∗5,∗7
Fresnel reflection
15 m
30 m
75 m
150 m
500 m 1500 m
15 m
30 m
75 m
150 m
500 m 1500 m
Back-scattered light
30 m
50 m
90 m
200 m
700 m 1500 m
30 m
50 m
90 m
200 m
700 m 1500 m
No. of masks
5 max. (optical)
150 m
200 m
700 m 1500 m
75 m
75 m
150 m
200 m
700 m 1500 m
∗5,∗8
Mask function
Mask width
75 m
75 m
Variable optical output power function∗8
Provided
Distance range (km)∗5
10, 25, 50, 100, 250
Scale (m/div)
5,
5,
5,
5,
5,
Resolution
Sampling resolution: 10 cm to 50 m, Read-out resolution: 10 cm to 500 m
Horizontal axis∗5
Vertical axis
10,
10,
10,
10,
10,
25,
25,
25,
25,
25,
50,
50,
50,
50,
50,
100,
100,
100,
100,
100,
250,
250,
250,
250,
250,
500,
500,
500,
500,
500,
1
1
1
1
1
km (10 km range)
km, 2.5 km (25 km range)
km, 2.5 km, 5 km (50 km range)
km, 2.5 km, 5 km, 10 km (100 km range)
km, 2.5 km, 5 km, 10 km, 25 km (250 km range)
Accuracy
±1 m ±measured value (m) x 2 x 10–5 (does not include uncertainty in fiber index of refraction)
Scale (dB/div)
0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5
Read-out resolution
0.001 dB
Linearity
±0.03 dB/dB
Ambient temperature
–10° to +55°C (spec. meet), –40° to +75°C (storage)
Mass
≤2.5 kg
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• MW0967B high-resolution unit
Wavelength∗1
850/1300 nm ±15 nm
Fiber under measurement∗10
50/125 µm GI multimode fiber (NA0.2) ∗ITU-T G.651
FC, DIAMOND, ST, DIN, SC
Optical connector∗11
Pulse width
Dynamic range oneway back-scattered
light level∗3,∗4
5 ns
20 ns
100 ns
500 ns
2 µs
Effective
9.0/7.0 dB
12.0/10.0 dB
15.5/13.5 dB
19.0/17.0 dB
21.5/20.0 dB
15.0/13.0 dB
18.5/16.5 dB
22.0/20.0 dB
24.5/23.0 dB
SNR = 1
12.0/10.0 dB
Dynamic range (4%
Fresnel reflection)∗4
Effective
27/29 dB
SNR = 1
30/32 dB
Near-end dead
zone∗5,∗6
Fresnel reflection
Spatial
resolution∗5,∗7
32/34 dB
1.5 m
1.5 m
1.5 m
1.5 m
1.5 m
Back-scattered light
3m
4.5 m
15 m
60 m
220 m
Fresnel reflection
2m
4m
15 m
60 m
220 m
Back-scattered light
2m
4m
15 m
60 m
220 m
Mask function
Not provided
Variable optical output power function
Provided
Distance range (km)∗5
10, 25, 50, 100
2.5, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1 km (10 km range)
2.5, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1 km, 2.5 km (25 km range)
2.5, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1 km, 2.5 km, 5 km (50 km range)
2.5, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1 km, 2.5 km, 5 km, 10 km (100 km range)
Sampling resolution: 5 cm to 20 m
Read-out resolution: 5 cm to 200 m
Scale (m/div)
Horizontal axis∗5
Resolution
Vertical axis
29/31 dB
Accuracy
±1m ±measured value (m) x 2 x 10–5 (does not include uncertainty fiber index of refraction)
Scale (dB/div)
0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2.5, 5
Readout resolution
0.001 dB
Linearity
±0.05 dB/dB
Ambient temperature
–10° to +55°C (spec. meet), –40° to +75°C (storage)
Mass
≤2.5 kg
∗1: Not applicable in the variable optical output power mode
∗2: Please specify one of these types when ordering. Please contact us for other
connectors. (However, the dynamic range is degraded by 0.5 dB for DIAMOND
and D4 connectors.)
∗3: Dynamic range (one-way back-scattered light)
Effective: The difference between the level of the point which is 0.3 dB higher than
the peak noise level and the level of the point where near-end back-scattering occurs.
SNR=1: The level difference between the RMS noise level and the level where
near end back-scattering occurs.
∗7: Spatial resolution
Fresnel reflection: The width of an unsaturated Fresnel reflection pulse at the
point that is 1.5 dB less than the peak value.
Back-scattered light: The distance between the points where the beginning and
ending levels at a splice etc. (≤1 dB) are within ±0.1 dB of their initial and final
values, respectively.
Spatial resolution (Fresnel reflection)
Level
Effective
1.5 dB
SNR = 1
0.3 dB
±0.1 dB
Distance
∗4: Values are obtained using smoothing (level 6). With no smoothing, all values are
reduced by 2 dB.
∗5: When the index of refraction is set to 1.500000.
∗6: Near-end dead zone
Fresnel reflection: The minimum distance at which the 4% Fresnel reflection
generated by the fault can be detected. (MW0944B with built-in variable optical
output power function used.)
Back-scattered light: The near-end dead zone (for back-scattered light) is the
distance at which the near-end back-scattered light level approaches ±0.5 dB
of its final value. — For the MW0944B: This specification represents the values
for the FC-PC connector (when return loss ≥25 dB). When a fiber with an FC
connector (flat polished) is measured, the dead zone may be larger than the
specified value. The variable near-end mask width function can be used to suppress dead zone widening to 2 to 3 m.
Level
±0.5 dB
Distance
Dead zone (back-scattered light)
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≤1 dB
±0.1 dB
Spatial resolution (back-scattered light)
∗8: All masks including the near-end mask (except MW0945B and MW0947B) are
OFF in the variable optical output mode.
∗9: Please specify one of these types when ordering. Please contact us for other
connectors. (However, the dynamic range is degraded by 0.5 dB for DIAMOND,
D4, and AT&T Biconic connectors.)
∗10: The dynamic range is increased by about 1.5 dB when measuring 62.5/125 µm
(NA 0.29) fibers. The transmission loss measurement result may differ from that
obtained with NA 0.29 by as much as 0.1 dB/km.
∗11: Please specify one of these types when ordering. Please contact us for other
connectors.
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/order No.
MW9060A
Model/order No.
Name
Main frame
Optical Time Domain Reflectometer
MW0967B
Plug-in units
SMF 1.31/1.55 µm Unit (short distance, high resolution)
SMF 1.31 µm Unit (long distance, wide-dynamic range
measurement)
SMF 1.31/1.55 µm Unit (long distance, wide-dynamic
range measurement)
GIF 0.85/1.30 µm Unit (short distance, high resolution)
F0013
Z0240
W0667AE
Standard accessories (main frame)
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuse, 5 A:
Thermal roll paper (2 rolls/set):
MW9060A operation manual:
1
2
2
1
B0346
Standard accessory (plug-in unit)
Unit adapter (for unit installation):
1 pc/1 unit
MW9060A-01
MW9060A-02
Options (main frame)
GPIB interface
1.2 MB FDD (conforming to NEC PC-9800 series format)
MW09[ ][ ]-21
MW09[ ][ ]-22
MW0967B-23
MW09[ ][ ]-37
Options (plug-in unit)
D4 connector
AT&T Biconic connector (unavailable for the MW0944B)
Amphenol 906
FC-PC connector (unavailable for the MW0944B/0967B)
MW0944B
MW0945B
MW0947B
pc
pcs
sets
copy
Name
J0516[∗]
J0517[∗]
J0518[∗]
J0519[∗]
J0520[∗]
J0521[∗]
B0329K
B0350
Z0245
Z0246
Optional accessories
CRT hood
Memory card (RAM: 32 KB)
Memory card (RAM: 64 KB)
Memory card (RAM: 128 KB)
Memory card (RAM: 256 KB)
Memory card (RAM: 512 KB)
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Optical adapter, FC type
FC-FC-[∗]M-GI (FC optical fiber cord, [∗] m, GI)
FC-FC-[∗]M-SM (FC optical fiber cord, [∗] m, SM)
FC-D4-[∗]M-GI (FC-D4 optical conversion cord, [∗] m, GI)
FC-D4-[∗]M-SM (FC-D4 optical conversion cord, [∗] m, SM)
FC-BIC-[∗]M-GI (FC-BICONIC optical conversion cord,
[∗] m, GI)
FC-BIC-[∗]M-GI (FC-BICONIC optical conversion cord,
[∗] m, GI)
FC-DIA-[∗]M-GI (FC-DIAMOND optical conversion cord,
[∗] m, GI)
FC·PC-DIA·PC-[∗]M-SM (FC·PC-DIAMOND·PC optical
conversion cord, [∗]m, SM)
FC-DIN-[∗]M-GI (FC-DIN optical conversion cord, [∗] m, GI)
FC-DIN-[∗]M-SM (FC-DIN optical conversion cord, [∗] m, SM)
FC-ST-[∗]M-GI (FC-ST optical conversion cord, [∗] m, GI)
FC-ST-[∗]M-SM (FC-ST optical conversion cord, [∗] m, SM)
FC-SC-[∗]M-GI (FC-SC optical conversion cord, [∗] m, GI)
FC-SC-[∗]M-SM (FC-SC optical conversion cord, [∗] m, SM)
Protective cover (for front panel)
Carrying case (hard type)
Carrying case for plug-in unit (hard type)
Carrying case for plug-in unit (soft type)
MA9014A
MA9013A
FP-850
VP-870
HP7550A
Peripherals
Bare Fiber Connector (common use for SM and GI fiber)
Fiber Adapter
Printer (EPSON product)
Printer (EPSON product)
Plotter (HP product)
Z0168
Z0054
Supplies
3.5 inch mini floppy disk (2HD):
3.5 inch mini floppy disk (2DD):
B0293
P0005
P0006
P0007
P0008
P0009
J0007
J0008
J0057
J0200[∗]
J0056[∗]
J0087[∗]
J0210[∗]
J0209[∗]
J0208[∗]
J0207[∗]
J0206[∗]
10 pcs/set
10 pcs/set
[∗]: These lengths are expressed by symbols A, B and C in the order number,
for example; J0200A, B or C, where A = 1 m, B = 2 m, C = 3 m.
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OPTICAL SPECTRUM ANALYZER
MS9710C
600 to 1750 nm
High Performance for DWDM Optical Communications
GPIB
The MS9710C is a diffraction-grating spectrum analyzer for analyzing optical spectra in the 600 to 1750 nm wavelength band. In addition to uses such as measurement of LD and LED spectra, it has
functions for measuring the transmission characteristics of passive
elements such as optical isolators, as well as NF/Gain of optical fiber
amplifier systems.
In addition to its basic features, the superior stability and reliability of
the diffraction grating (patent pending) offer the severe level and
wavelength specifications particularly in the WDM band.
This analyzer has the dynamic range, reception sensitivity, and sweep
speed requested by users, backed by Anritsu’s high-level technology.
The high sensitivity meets the exacting demands placed on today’s
measuring instruments. In particular, the excellent wavelength and
level specifications fully meet the dense WDM requirements (1520 to
1620 nm).
The MS9710C Optical Spectrum Analyzer is the successor to the
popular MS9710B but with improved functions and higher performance. The specifications have been upgraded for the important
1.55 µm band for WDM communications and have also been optimised to include the new requirements for L-band (1570 to 1620 nm)
use. In addition to the high reliability and excellent basic performance, this analyzer has a full range of application functions to support accurate measurement in the fastest possible time.
Features
• Wavelength accuracy of ±20 pm (C-band) and ±50 pm (L-band)
• Dynamic range of 42 dB (0.2 nm from peak wavelength), 70 dB
•
(1 nm from peak wavelength)
WDM measurement of wavelength, level, and SNR for up to 128
channels
Performance and applications
• 70 dB dynamic range
The dynamic range at 0.2 nm from the peak wavelength is better
than 42 dB and is a high 58 dB min. at 0.4 nm from the peak, permitting high-accuracy measurement of DWDM systems with a 50
GHz (0.4 nm) channel spacing. The analyzer demonstrates its excellence in SNR measurement of WDM light sources, as well as in
evaluation of narrow-band optical band pass filters.
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Distance from peak wavelength
0.2 nm
0.4 nm
1 nm
Normal dynamic range mode
42 dB (45 dB typical)
58 dB
62 dB
High dynamic range mode
42 dB (45 dB typical)
60 dB
70 dB
High-dynamic range measurement example with DFB-LD spectrum
passed via narrow-band Band-Pass Filter (BPF).
DFB-LD
Narrow-band BPF
MS9710C
• Relying on WDM transmission
As a result of the need for increased transmission capacity, R&D into
large-capacity transmission techniques is becoming more active,
and Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) is now in use. This
WDM transmission technology requires quantitative measurement of
the signal quality and wavelength transmission characteristics of
each channel.
Measuring instruments for this purpose require highly-accurate wavelength and level measurements. Furthermore, accurate measurement of fiber-amplifier NF requires extremely good polarization dependant loss characteristics and level linearity specifications.
The MS9710C design achieves excellent wavelength and level specifications for this purpose in the 1520 to 1620 nm wavelength band
and also in the extended band (L-band) to 1620 nm. In particular, the
wavelength accuracy can be calibrated automatically using an optional internal reference wavelength light source; the post-calibration
accuracy is better than ±20 pm.
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Specifications for WDM application
1
• Spectrum analysis for WDM communication systems
Mainframe,
option
MS9710C
With Option 15∗2
Wavelength
accuracy∗1
±20 pm (1530 to 1570 nm)
±50 pm (1520 to 1600 nm)
±20 pm (1520 to 1620 nm)
Wavelength
50 pm (FWHM of internal optical BPF)
resolution
Resolution
accuracy
≤±3% (1530 to 1570 nm,
resolution: 0.2 nm)
≤±3% (1520 to 1620 nm,
resolution: 0.2 nm)
Level
flatness to
wavelength
±0.1 dB (1530 to 1570 nm)
±0.3 dB (1520 to 1620 nm)
±0.1 dB (1520 to 1620 nm)
The wavelength, level, and SNR of up to 300 WDM channels can be
analyzed.
A new noise level left/right average function (shown below) has been
added to SNR measurement. In addition, the noise level is normalized to a per nm figure. Accurate SNR measurement can be achieved
due to the high-resolution accuracy of the MS9710C.
Resolution: 0.5 nm, ATT: off
Polarization
±0.05 dB (1550/1600 nm)
dependency
Level
linearity
±0.05 dB (1550 nm)
±0.05 dB (1550/1600 nm)
–50 to 0 dBm (ATT: off), –30 to +20 dBm (ATT: on)
∗1: After calibration with optical reference wavelength light source
∗2: L-band enhancement
Full function lineup
In addition to its excellent basic functions, the MS9710C comes with
a full lineup of other useful functions summarized in the following
table.
Device analysis
For analyzing and evaluating waveforms of optical
devices (DFB-LDs, FP-LDs, LEDs)
Waveform analysis
For waveform analysis by RMS and threshold
methods; SMSR, half-width evaluation, WDM
waveform analysis
Application
measurement
EDFA NF and gain measurement, polarization mode
dispersion measurement
Modulation, pulsed
light measurement
Max. frequency range (VBW) = 1 MHz
Markers
Multimarkers: Marker function for max. 300 points
Zone markers: For waveform analysis within zone
Peak/dip search: Searches for a peak or dip
Power monitor
Also functions an optical power meter
Vacuum
wavelength display
Converts displayed wavelength to value in vacuum
External interfaces
GPIB, RS-232C, VGA monitor output
• 3.5 inch internal FDD
In addition to saving and recalling measurement data, etc., waveforms saved to floppy disk can be easily and directly read by a personal computer.
The PC screen shown on the right is displaying an image of the
MS9710C screen saved to floppy disk. Screen images can be saved
to FD media and output as Windows® bitmap-format files. In addition, since the data can be output in text-file format, it can be manipulated easily using spreadsheet software.
The measurement results described above can be switched to a
table display that can be saved and recalled in text format. Both the
wavelength and frequency are shown in the table.
• NF measurement of fiber amplifier (EDFA)
NF measurement by the optical method using an optical spectrum
analyzer measures the light input to and output from the EDFA. NF
is determined by the beat noise between the optical signal and the
Amplified Spontaneous Emission (ASE) from the EDFA as well as by
the beat noise between the ASE.
Since the MS9710C measures the ASE level with very high accuracy, three methods can be used to measure NF: 1. Pulse measurement (JIS: under discussion), 2. Level calibration using fitting, and
3. Polarization nulling. Moreover, measurement can be performed
with the required dynamic range, level linearity, and polarization dependency.
∗ This analyzer is available as the ME7890B Optical Amplifier Test System
(using a pulse method) in combination with the MF9619C Optical Modulator
and a personal computer, to give the best system for measuring WDM signals with the smallest possible error.
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• Convenient light source option, including reference wavelength
• Tracking function with tunable laser source
light source for better accuracy
Any one of the SLD light source & Reference wavelength light source
(Option 13), SLD light source (Option 14), Reference wavelength
light source (Option 05), and White light source (Option 02) can be
installed in the MS9710C.
The block diagram of the SLD light source & Reference wavelength
light source option is shown below. This option has two separate output ports: Port 1 for wavelength calibration, and the Port 2 for measuring transmission characteristics. When the MS9710C is calibrated automatically by inputting the reference wavelength light source,
post-calibration wavelength accuracy in the 1520 to 1620 nm range
is better than ±20 pm (Option 15). This is very useful in precision absolute measurement of the wavelengths of light sources used in
WDM systems.
As shown below, by connecting the TLS of MG9541A and the
MS9710C with an RS-232C cable, tracking operation is achieved.
This setup provides an optical scalar network analyzer without an external controller. It is very convenient for measuring the wavelength
transmission characteristics of optical components with a wide dynamic range.
SLD light
source
Acetylene
(C2H2) cell
SM fiber
SM fiber
Port 1 (reference
wavelength light
output)
Port 2 (SLD light
output)
Block diagram of SLD light source & Reference wavelength light
The following diagram shows the spectrum of the SLD light source
output from Port 2.
When this light source is used instead of the earlier white light
source for measurement of the wavelength transmission characteristics of optical receiver elements, it is possible to achieve a 20 dB
wider dynamic range.
RS-232C
MG9541A
MS9710C
DUT
Measurement is performed using the MS9710C soft keys; the analyzer’s marker, trace, and smoothing functions permit easy analysis
of measurement results, including transmission loss, full width half
maximum (FWHM), and stop-band loss characteristics.
Screens A and B below show measurement examples for a dielectric filter with a center wavelength of 1540 nm. Screen A shows the
FWHM measurement; since the wavelength repeatability is better
than ±7 pm, the FWHM can be measured with very high accuracy.
Screen B shows the pass band and stop band loss characteristics.
Measurement is possible with a wide dynamic range of better than
70 dB when the MS9710C resolution bandwidth is set 0.2 nm.
Screen A: FWHM measurement example
Spectrum of SLD light
The following figure is a measurement example of the transmission
characteristics of an optical band pass filter using the SLD light source.
Screen B: Wide dynamic range measurement example
• VGA output connector
A VGA output connector is provided on the rear panel of the MS9710C
for displaying the measurement screen on an external monitor.
Measurement of optical bandpass filter
If this dynamic range is not required, a lower-cost white light source
can be installed instead.
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Specifications
Main frame, option
MS9710C
With Option 15 (L-band enhancement)
Applicable optical fiber
10/125 µm SM fiber (ITU-T G.652)
Optical connector∗1
User replaceable (FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A), factory option (E2000, FC-APC, SC-APC, HRL-10)
Measurement range
Accuracy
Wavelength
Stability
600 to 1750 nm
±20 pm (1530 to 1570 nm)∗2, ±50 pm (1520 to 1600 nm)∗2
±20 pm (1520 to 1620 nm)∗2
±200 pm (1530 to 1570 nm)∗3 , ±300 pm (600 to 1750 nm)∗3
±5 pm
Linearity
±20 pm (1530 to 1570 nm)
Resolution
0.05, 0.07, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0 nm (RBW: 3 dB optical filter; transmission bandwidth)
Read resolution
Resolution∗4
5 pm
≤±2.2% (1530 to 1570 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm)
≤±3% (1530 to 1570 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm)
≤±7% (1530 to 1570 nm, resolution: 0.1 nm)
≤±4% (1520 to 1530 nm, 1570 to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm)
≤±5% (1520 to 1530 nm, 1570 to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm)
≤±10% (1520 to 1530 nm, 1570 to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.1 nm)
≤±2.2% (1520 to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm)
≤±3% (1520 to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm)
≤±7% (1520 to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.1 nm)
≤±7% (1600 to 1520 nm, 1620 to 1750 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm)
≤±15% (1600 to 1520 nm, 1620 to 1750 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm)
≤±30% (1600 to 1520 nm, 1620 to 1750 nm, resolution: 0.1 nm)
Accuracy
±0.4 dB (1300/1550 nm, input: –23 dBm, resolution: ≥0.1 nm)
Level
Measurement
range
–65 to +10 dBm (600 to 1000 nm, 0 to +30˚C, optical ATT: off)
–85 to +10 dBm (1000 to 1250 nm, 0 to +30˚C, optical ATT: off)
–90 to +10 dBm (1250 to 1600 nm, 0 to +30˚C, optical ATT: off)
–75 to +10 dBm (1600 to 1700 nm, 0 to +30˚C, optical ATT: off)
–55 to +10 dBm (1700 to 1750 nm, 0 to +30˚C, optical ATT: off)
–60 to +10 dBm (600 to 1000 nm, +30 to +50˚C, optical ATT: off)
–80 to +10 dBm (1000 to 1250 nm, +30 to +50˚C, optical ATT: off)
–85 to +10 dBm (1250 to 1600 nm, +30 to +50˚C, optical ATT: off)
–70 to +10 dBm (1600 to 1700 nm, +30 to +50˚C, optical ATT: off)
–50 to +10 dBm (1700 to 1750 nm, +30 to +50˚C, optical ATT: off)
–70 to +23 dBm (1100 to 1600 nm, 0 to +30˚C, optical ATT: on)
–65 to +23 dBm (1100 to 1600 nm, +30 to +50˚C, optical ATT: on)
[Resolution: ≥0.07 nm, VBW: 10 Hz, sweep average: 10 times]
Stability
±0.02 dB (1 min, resolution: ≥0.1 nm, input: –23 dBm, no polarization fluctuation)
Flatness
±0.1 dB (1530 to 1570 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm, optical ATT: off)
±0.3 dB (1520 to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm, optical ATT: off)
±0.1 dB (1520 to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm, optical ATT: off)
Linearity
±0.05 dB (1550 nm, –50 to 0 dBm, optical ATT: off)
±0.05 dB (1550 nm, –30 to +20 dBm, optical ATT: on)
±0.05 dB (1550/1600 nm, –50 to 0 dBm, optical ATT: off)
±0.05 dB (1550/1600 nm, –30 to +20 dBm, optical ATT: on)
Polarization dependency
±0.05 dB (1550/1600 nm), ±0.1 dB (1300 nm) ∗Setting resolution: ≥0.5 nm
Dynamic range∗5
High-dynamic range mode (20˚ to 30˚C):
70 dB (1 nm from peak wavelength), 60 dB (0.4 nm from peak wavelength), 42 dB (0.2 nm from peak wavelength)
Normal mode (20˚ to 30˚C):
62 dB (1 nm from peak wavelength), 58 dB (0.4 nm from peak wavelength), 42 dB (0.2 nm from peak wavelength)
Optical return loss
≥35 dB (1300/1550 nm)
Sweep
Sweep width: 0, 0.2 to 1200 nm
Sweep speed (typical)∗6 :
0.5 s (normal dynamic mode, sweep width: 500 nm, VBW: 10 kHz, center wavelength: 1200 nm, sweep start to stop, no optical
input, sampling point: 501)
Display
6.4 inch, color TFT-LCD
Memory
A/B (2 trace), 3.5 inch FDD (for MS-DOS® format)
Printer
Internal (thermal type)
Interface
GPIB, RS-232C, VGA output
Operating conditions
Operating temperature: 0˚ to +50˚C (FDD: +5˚ to +50˚C), storage temperature: –20˚ to +60˚C,
Relative humidity: ≤90% (no condensation, FDD: 20 to 80%)
Shock: 30 G, 11 ms pulse, half sine
Power
85 to 132 Vac/170 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, 150 VA (max.)
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 177 (H) x 350 (D) mm, ≤16.5 kg
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: One of these connector is attached. Please specify when ordering.
∗2: After Wl cal (ref) at wavelength reference optical light source (Option 05/13)
∗3: After Wl cal (Ext) at DFB-LD and soon external optical light source
∗4: Actual screen resolution, 0˚ to 30˚C
∗5: Setting resolution: 0.05 nm, wavelength: 1550 nm, optical attenuator: off
∗6: Typical value for reference; not guaranteed specification
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VBW, sweep speed, minimum light reception sensitivity*1
VBW
10 Hz
100 Hz
1 kHz
10 kHz
100 kHz
30 s
5s
0.5 s
0.5 s
0.5 s
0.5 s
–90 dBm
–80 dBm
–70 dBm
–60 dBm
–50 dBm
–40 dBm
Sweep speed (typ)
Minimum light reception sensitivity∗2
1 MHz
∗1: Data for reference (501 points no averaging; not guaranteed specifications (except tracking with MG9541A)
∗2: RMS noise level (1250 to 1600 nm)
Note: Warm-up the MS9710C for about 5 min. to ensure stable operation. The above specifications were obtained 2 hours after power-on.
White light source (Option 02)
Optical output
≥–59 dBm/nm (multimode fiber input)∗1
Wavelength range
900 to 1600 nm
Operating temperature
18˚ to 28˚C
∗1: –65 dBm (typ) measured with MS9710C (at 1 nm wavelength resolution)
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MS9710C
F0012
Z0312
W1579AE
W1580AE
MX971003S
MX971003G
B0329G
Standard accessories
Optical connector adapter∗1:
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuse, 3.15 A (for 100/200 Vac system):
Printer paper:
MS9710C operation manual:
Remote control operation manual:
LabVIEW® driver (RS-232C):
LabVIEW® driver (GPIB):
Front cover:
MS9710C-02
MS9710C-05
MS9710C-13
MS9710C-14
MS9710C-15
MS9710C-25
MS9710C-26
MS9710C-27
MS9710C-37
MS9710C-38
MS9710C-39
MS9710C-40
MS9710C-43
MS9710C-47
Options
White light source∗2
Wavelength reference light source∗2
Wavelength reference & SLD light source∗2
SLD light source∗2
L-band enhancement
FC-APC connector∗3
SC-APC connector∗3
E2000 (Diamond) connector∗3
FC connector∗4
ST connector∗4
DIN connector∗4
SC connector∗4
HMS-10/A (Diamond) connector∗4
HRL-10 connector∗3
J0654A
J0655A
J0007
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
J0635B
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
B0336C
G0084A
B0330C
Application parts
RS-232C cable (9P-9P)
RS-232C cable (9P-25P)
GPIB cable, 1 m
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
FC-PC · FC-PC 2M-SM (FC-PC optical fiber cord, 2 m, SM)
Ferrule cleaner
Replacement reel for ferrule cleaner (for Z0282)
Cleaner for optical adapter (stick type)
Hard carrying case
Polarization rotation module (for PMD measurement)
Tilt stand
which has single-mode fiber at the input.
Wavelength reference light source (Option 05)
Wavelength reference
1530 nm band Acetylene
Wavelength Reference & SLD light source (Option 13)
Wavelength range
1450 to 1650 nm
Output level
>–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm)
>–60 dBm/nm (1450 to 1650 nm)
Output level stability∗1
±0.04 dB (MS9710C setting resolution: 1 nm,
no polarization change, constant temperature,
measured for 20 min at 1550 nm)
Spectrum half width
>70 nm (typical: 90 nm)
Optical connector
User replaceable type (FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A)
Operating temperature
0˚ to 40˚C
Wavelength reference
1530 nm band Acetylene
∗1: Measured after one hour warm-up
SLD light source (Option 14)
Wavelength range
1450 to 1650 nm
Output level
>–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm)
>–60 dBm/nm (1450 to 1650 nm)
Output level stability∗1
±0.04 dB (MS9710C setting resolution: 1 nm,
no polarization change, constant temperature,
measured for 20 min at 1550 nm)
Spectrum half width
>70 nm (typical: 90 nm)
Optical connector
User replaceable type (FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A)
Operating temperature
0˚ to 40˚C
∗1: Measured after one hour warm-up
Name
Main frame
Optical Spectrum Analyzer
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
pc
pc
pcs
rolls
copy
copy
pc
pc
pc
∗1: Specify the connector to be supplied as the standard connector when ordering the above options. If the connector is not specified, the FC connector (MS9710C-37) is supplied as standard.
∗2: Factory options; Two units cannot be installed simultaneously.
Exchangeable-type optical connectors (FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A) are
supplied when specified at ordering. One conversion cord is supplied for
connecting other optical connectors to the FC connector.
∗3: Factory option
∗4: User replaceable
MS-DOS® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
LabVIEW® is a registered trademark of National Instruments.
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MS9710B
600 to 1750 nm
For Evaluating LED/LD Spectra and Transmission Characteristics of Passive Elements
GPIB
The MS9710B is a diffraction-grating spectrum analyzer for analyzing optical spectra in the 600 to 1750 nm wavelength band. In addition to uses such as measurement of LD and LED spectra, it has
functions for measuring the transmission characteristics of passive
elements such as optical isolators, as well as the NF/Gain of optical
fiber systems.
In addition to its basic features, the superior stability and reliability of
the diffraction grating (patent pending) easily pass the severe specifications required for precise measurement of WDM communications
methods, particularly in the 1.55 µm band. This analyzer has the dynamic range, reception sensitivity, and sweep speed requested by
users, backed by Anritsu’s high-level technology. The high sensitivity meets the exacting demands placed on today’s measuring instruments. In particular, the excellent wavelength and level specifications
fully meet the dense WDM requirements in the 1.55 µm band.
In addition to having a much wider dynamic range, its compact portability (approx. 50% lighter) eliminates the large cumbersome image
of earlier analyzers by perfectly combining portability with high performance. In addition to the high reliability and excellent basic performance, this analyzer has a full range of application functions to
support accurate measurement in the fastest possible time.
Features
• 70 dB dynamic range
• –90 dBm guaranteed optical reception sensitivity
• Internal 3.5 inch FDD (Windows ®)
• Tracking with tunable laser source
• Optical pulse measurement
• Full range of WDM application functions
• –90 dBm guaranteed optical reception sensitivity
The MS9710B has achieved an improved S/N over a wide range by
taking thorough countermeasures to noise and stray light. The RMS
noise level at wavelengths from 1250 to 1600 nm is –90 dBm max.
The screen display below is the waveform obtained when measuring
a 1.55 µm DFB-LD optical source of –85 dBm; only 25 seconds are
required for the measurement. In addition, the S/N can be improved
using sweep averaging.
Performance and functions
• 70 dB dynamic range
The measurement dynamic range of the MS9710B in the normal
measurement mode at a wavelength 1 nm from the peak wavelength
is 62 dB. In the high dynamic range measurement mode, better than
70 dB can be achieved. The analyzer demonstrates its excellence in
SMSR measurement of DFB-LDs, as well as in evaluation of narrowband optical band pass filters. (See top screen in adjoining column.)
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• Full function lineup
• Polarization mode dispersion
In addition to its excellent basic functions, the MS9710B comes with
a full lineup of other useful functions summarized in the following
table.
An important factor determining the upper limit of the transmission bit
rate is the polarization mode dispersion (PMD). PMD is measured in
the time and wavelength domains (see below). The MS9710B can be
used as a fixed analyzer to perform simple and automated measurement in the wavelength domain and immediately computes the
PMD by data processing from the measured waveform. The wavelength difference (λ2 – λ1) between the peak wavelength (λ 1) and the
wavelength at the Nth peak (λ 2) are read directly, and the PMD is calculated from the following equation:
Device analysis
For analyzing and evaluating waveforms of optical
elements (DFB-LDs, FP-LDs, LEDs)
Waveform analysis
For waveform analysis by RMS and threshold
methods; SMSR, half-width evaluation, WDM
waveform analysis
Application
measurement
EDFA NF and gain measurement, PMD measurement (See applications.)
Modulation, pulsed
light measurement
Max. frequency range (VBW) = 1 MHz
Markers
Multimarkers: Marker function for max. 128 points
(See applications.)
Zone markers: For waveform analysis in zone
Peak/dip search: Searches for a peak or dip
Power monitor
Also functions as optical power meter
Vacuum wavelength
display
Converts displayed wavelength to value in vacuum
External interfaces
GPIB, RS-232C
PMD = K
N–1
λ1 · λ2
x
C
∆λ
where: K is the mode coupling factor and C is the speed of light (m/s).
• Relying on 1.55 µm transmission band
As a result of the need for increased transmission capacity, R&D into
large-capacity transmission techniques is becoming more active and
wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) is ready to use. This WDM
transmission technology requires quantitative measurement of the
wavelength transmission characteristics between each channel.
Measuring instruments for this purpose require more accurate wavelength and level measurement. Furthermore, accurate measurement
of fiber-amplifier NF requires extremely good polarized light dependency and level linearity specifications. The MS9710B design has
achieved excellent wavelength and level specifications for this purpose in the 1.53 to 1.57 µm wavelength band. In particular, the wavelength accuracy can be calibrated automatically using an optional internal reference wavelength light source — the post-calibration accuracy is better than ±0.05 nm. Evaluation of WDM systems requires
measurement without repeated calibration at each measurement
and the MS9710B achieves high-accuracy measurement with high
repeatability.
Applications
• Spectrum analysis for WDM communication system
The wavelength characteristics for the gain, and signal to noise ratio
(SNR) between each channel are difficult problems in WDM transmission technology. In evaluation, it is very important to measure this
quantitatively. The MS9710B permits extremely quick and simple
waveform analysis of up to 300 spectra. The waveform and level
(SNR) of each peak exceeding the set threshold is displayed. The
screen display below shows an example of the tilt gain.
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• NF measurement of fiber amplifier (EDFA)
NF measurement by the optical method using an optical spectrum
analyzer measures the light input and output to and from the EDFA.
NF is determined by the beat noise between the optical signal and
the amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) as well as by the beat
noise between the ASE (see below).
Since the MS9710B measures the ASE level with very high accuracy, three methods can be used to measure NF: 1. Pulse measurement (JIS Method: under discussing), 2. Level calibration using fitting, and 3. Polarized light nulling∗. Moreover, measurement can be
performed with the required dynamic range, level linearity, and polarization dependency.
∗: This analyzer, available as the ME7890B Optical Amplifier Test System (uses
a pulse method) in combination with the MF9619C Optical Modulator and a
personal computer, is the best system for measuring WDM signals with the
smallest possible error.
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
1
• Convenient light source option (reference wavelength or white
• Measurement of modulated and pulsed light
light) for better accuracy
The SLD light source and reference wavelength light source (Option
13), SLD light source (Option 14), reference wavelength light source
(Option 05), and white light source (Option 02) can each be installed
in the MS9710B. The block diagram of the SLD light source and reference wavelength light source option is shown below. This option
has two separate output ports: Port 1 for wavelength calibration and
Port 2 for measuring transmission characteristics. When the
MS9710B is calibrated automatically by inputting the reference light
for the wavelength, post-calibration wavelength accuracy in the 1.52
to 1.57 µm range is better than ±0.05 nm. This is very useful in precision absolute measurement of the wavelengths of light sources
used in WDM systems.
The synchronization signal for the measured modulated/pulsed light
is input to the external input trigger on the rear panel. With this analyzer, the data can be held by this sync signal. As a result, the spectrum of the modulated or pulsed light can be measured accurately
without data loss. In addition, an optical source that does not have a
sync signal can be measured in the same manner by setting an appropriate gate time. The waveform in the diagram on the right shows
measurement of an optical pulse (OTDR’s light source) with a pulse
width of 1 µs and a duty cycle of 1%. However, for accurate spectrum
measurement, the VBW must be set to a wider bandwidth than the
modulation frequency of the measured light (see below). The maximum settable VBW in the MS9710B is 1 MHz. (Refer to the specifications page for the relationship between VBW, received light sensitivity and sweep time.)
SLD light
source
Acetylene
(C2H2) cell
SM fiber
SM fiber
Port 1 (reference wavelength
light output)
Port 2 (SLD light output)
Block diagram of SLD light source & reference wavelength light
The following diagram shows the spectrum of the SLD light output
from Port 2. When this light source is used instead of the earlier
white light source for measurement of the wavelength transmission
characteristics of optical receiver elements, it is possible to achieve
a 20 dB wider dynamic range.
• Tracking with tunable laser source
Spectrum of SLD light source
By connecting the TLS of MG9541A and the MS9710B with an RS232C cable, tracking operation is achieved. This setup provides an
optical scalar network analyzer without an external controller. This
setup is very convenient for measuring the wavelength transmission
characteristics of wide dynamic range optical elements.
Measurement is performed using the MS9710B soft keys; the analyzer’s marker, trace, and smoothing functions permit easy analysis
of measurement results, including transmission loss, full width half
maximum (FWHM) stop-band loss characteristics.
The screens below shows a measurement example for a dielectric
filter with a center wavelength of 1540 nm. The screen shows a pass
band and stop band loss characteristics. Measurement is possible at
a wide dynamic range of better than 70 dB when the MS9710B resolution bandwidth is set 0.2 nm.
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Specifications
• MS9710B
Fiber
10/125 µm SM fiber (ITU-T G.652)
Optical connector∗1
User replaceable: FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A
Factory option (not user replaceable): E-2000 (Diamond), EC (Radial), FC-APC, SC-APC, HRL-10
Wavelength
Range: 600 to 1750 nm
Accuracy: ±0.2 nm (1530 to 1570 nm, after wavelength calibration)
±0.3 nm (600 to 1750 nm, after wavelength calibration)
±0.05 nm (1530 to 1570 nm, resolution: 0.07 to 0.2 nm, after calibration with wavelength reference light source option)
±0.1 nm (1530 to 1570 nm, resolution: 0.5 to 1 nm, after calibration with wavelength reference light source option)
Stability: ±5 pm (smoothing: 11 points, 1 minute, at half-width center wavelength)
Linearity: ±20 pm (1530 to 1570 nm)
Resolution: 0.07, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1 nm
Resolution accuracy∗2: ±≤2.2% (resolution: 0.5 nm, 1550 ±20 nm), ±≤7% (resolution: 0.5 nm, at other wavelength),
±≤3% (resolution: 0.2 nm, 1550 ±20 nm), ±≤15% (resolution: 0.2 nm, at other wavelength),
±≤7% (resolution: 0.1 nm, 1550 ±20 nm), ±≤30% (resolution: 0.1 nm, at other wavelength)
Level
Measurement range:
–65 to +10 dBm (600 to 1000 nm, +10˚ to +30˚C, VBW: 10 Hz, sweep averaging: 10 times)
–85 to +10 dBm (1000 to 1250 nm, +10˚ to +30˚C, VBW: 10 Hz, sweep averaging: 10 times)
–90 to +10 dBm (1250 to 1600 nm, +10˚ to +30˚C, VBW: 10 Hz, sweep averaging: 10 times)
–75 to +10 dBm (1600 to 1700 nm, +10˚ to +30˚C, VBW: 10 Hz, sweep averaging: 10 times)
–55 to +10 dBm (1700 to 1750 nm, +10˚ to +30˚C, VBW: 10 Hz, sweep averaging: 10 times)
–65 to +20 dBm (1100 to 1600 nm, attenuator: on)
Accuracy: ±0.4 dB (1300/1550 nm, –23 dBm, resolution: ≥0.1 nm)
Stability: ±0.02 dB (1550 nm, –23 dBm, resolution: ≥0.1 nm, 1 minute, constant temperature, no polarization shift)
Linearity: ±0.05 dB (1550 nm, 0 to –50 dBm)
Flatness: ±0.1 dB (1530 to 1570 nm)
Polarization dependency
±0.05 dB (1.55 µm band, resolution: ≥0.5 nm), ±0.1 dB (1.3 µm band, resolution: ≥0.5 nm)
Dynamic range
70
60
62
58
Optical return loss
≥35 dB (1.3/1.55 µm band)
Sweep
Sweep width: 0, 0.2 to 1200 nm
Sweep speed∗3(typical): 0.5 s (sweep width: 500 nm, normal mode measurement, VBW: 10 kHz)
Display
6.4 inch color TFT-LCD
dB
dB
dB
dB
(±1 nm, resolution: 0.07 nm, 1.55 µm band, high-dynamic range mode measurement, 20˚ to 30˚C)
(±0.5 nm, resolution: 0.07 nm, 1.55 µm band, high-dynamic range mode measurement, 20˚ to 30˚C)
(±1 nm, resolution: 0.07 nm, 1.55 µm band, normal mode measurement)
(±0.5 nm, resolution: 0.07 nm, 1.55 µm band, normal mode measurement)
Memory
A, B (2 traces), 3.5 inch FDD (for Windows ®)
Printer
Internal (thermal type)
Interface
GPIB, RS-232C
Main functions
Optical pulse measurement, power monitor, wavelength auto-calibration
Operating conditions
Operating temperature: 0˚ to +50˚C (FDD: 5˚ to 50˚C), storage temperature: –20˚ to +60˚C,
Relative humidity: ≤90% (no condensation)
Power
85 to 132 Vac/170 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, 150 VA (max.)
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 177 (H) x 350 (D) mm, ≤16.5 kg
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: One of these connector is attached. Please specify when ordering.
∗2: Actual screen resolution
∗3: Typical value for reference; not guaranteed specification
• White light source (Option 02)
Optical output
≥–59 dBm/1 nm (multimode/fiber input)∗1
Wavelength range
900 to 1600 nm
Operating temperature
18˚ to 28˚C
∗1: –65 dBm (typ.) measured with MS9710B (at 1 nm wavelength resolution)
which has single mode fiber at the input
• Reference wavelength light source (Option 05)
Wavelength reference
1.53 µm band Acetylene
• Wavelength Reference & SLD light source (Option 13)
Wavelength range
1450 to 1650 nm
Output level
>–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm)
>–60 dBm/nm (1450 to 1650 nm)
Output level stability∗1
±0.04 dB (MS9710B setting resolution: 1 nm,
no polarization change, constant temperature,
measured for 20 min at 1550 nm)
Spectrum half width
>70 nm (typical: 90 nm)
Optical connector
User replaceable type (FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A)
Operating temperature
0˚ to 40˚C
Wavelength reference
1530 nm band Acetylene
∗1: Measured after one hour warm-up
• SLD light source (Option 14)
Wavelength range
1450 to 1650 nm
Output level
>–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm)
>–60 dBm/nm (1450 to 1650 nm)
Output level stability∗1
±0.04 dB (MS9710B setting resolution: 1 nm,
no polarization change, constant temperature,
measured for 20 min at 1550 nm)
Spectrum half width
>70 nm (typical: 90 nm)
Optical connector
User replaceable type (FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A)
Operating temperature
0˚ to 40˚C
∗1: Measured after one hour warm-up
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• VBW, sweep speed, minimum light reception sensitivity* 1
VBW
10 Hz
100 Hz
1 kHz
10 kHz
100 kHz
30 s
5s
0.5 s
0.5 s
0.5 s
0.5 s
–90 dBm
–80 dBm
–70 dBm
–60 dBm
–50 dBm
–40 dBm
Sweep speed (typ.)
Minimum light reception sensitivity∗2
1 MHz
∗1: Data for reference; not guaranteed specifications (except tracking with MG9541A)
∗2: RMS noise level (1.25 to 1.6 µm)
Note: Warm-up to the MS9710B for about 5 minutes to ensure stable operation. The above specifications were obtained 2 hours after power-on.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MS9710B
Main frame
Optical Spectrum Analyzer
F0012
Z0312
W1283AE
W1284AE
MX971002S
MX971002G
B0329G
Standard accessories
Optical connector adapter∗1:
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuse, 3.15 A (for 100/200 Vac system):
Printer paper:
MS9710B operation manual:
Remote control operation manual:
LabVIEW ® driver (RS-232C):
LabVIEW ® driver (GPIB):
Front cover:
MS9710B-02
MS9710B-05
MS9710B-06
MS9710B-13
MS9710B-14
MS9710B-25
MS9710B-26
MS9710B-27
MS9710B-31
MS9710B-37
MS9710B-38
MS9710B-39
MS9710B-40
MS9710B-43
MS9710B-47
Options
White light source∗2
Reference wavelength light source∗2
Monitor output
Wavelength reference & SLD light source∗2
SLD light source∗2
FC-APC connector∗3
SC-APC connector∗3
E2000 (Diamond) connector∗3
EC (Radial) connector∗3
FC connector∗4
ST connector∗4
DIN connector∗4
SC connector∗4
HMS-10/A (Diamond) connector∗4
HRL-10 connector∗3
J0654A
J0655A
J0007
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
J0635B
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
B0336C
G0084A
B0330C
Application parts
RS-232C cable, 9P-9P
RS-232C cable, 9P-25P
GPIB cable, 1 m
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
FC·PC-FC·PC-2M-SM (FC·PC optical fiber cord, 2 m, SM)
Ferrule cleaner
Replacement reel for ferrule cleaner (for Z0282)
Cleaner for optical adapter (stick type)
Hard carrying case
Polarization rotation module (for PMD measurement)
Tilt stand
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
pc
pc
pcs
rolls
copy
copy
pc
∗1: Specify the connector to be supplied as the standard connector when ordering the above options. If the connector is not specified, the FC connector (MS9710B-37) is supplied as standard.
∗2: Factory options; Two units cannot be installed simultaneously.
Exchangeable-type optical connectors (FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A) are
supplied when specified at ordering. One conversion cord is supplied for
connecting other optical connectors to the FC connector.
∗3: Factory option
∗4: User replaceable
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WDM NETWORK TESTER
MS9720A
For Manufacturing Devices for WDM Optical Communications and for Installing and Maintaining Networks
GPIB
The MS9720A is an optical spectrum analyzer with a diffraction grating that is used to measure and analyze optical spectra in the 1450
to 1650 nm band for WDM communications systems. In addition to
having excellent basic performance, such as high wavelength accuracy, wide dynamic range, and good optical reception sensitivity ideally suited to measurement and analysis of the optical spectra used
in WDM communications, it has a full line-up of functions matching a
wide range of needs ranging from manufacturing of WDM communications devices to installation and maintenance.
Features
• ±20 pm wavelength accuracy (reference optical source built-in)
• 58 dB dynamic range (1 nm from signal wavelength)
• –87 dBm optical reception sensitivity
• Three memories, three traces, split screen
• Full line-up of functions and applications
• VGA output connector
Performance and functions
• ±20 pm wavelength accuracy with built-in light source
A wavelength accuracy of ±20 pm is achieved over a range of 1530
to 1570 nm by performing calibration using the built-in wavelength
reference light source. Wavelength calibration is performed automatically just by pressing the Cal key, permitting accurate measurement
of the absolute wavelength value required in evaluation of WDM systems. Calibration of the absolute wavelength value uses the absorption spectrum of acetylene. The block diagram of the calibration light
source is shown below. In addition, the output of the built-in SLD light
source can be used for evaluating the transmission characteristics of
passive elements.
Measurement
section
Optical
switch
Acetylene
absorption cell
SLD light
source
SLD optical
output
Optical input
Block diagram of calibration light source
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• 58 dB dynamic range
The measurement dynamic range at the wavelength 1 nm from the
peak is 58 dB demonstrating the tester’s power when measuring the
SNR of light sources in WDM systems and when evaluating filters,
etc. The following screens show the dynamic range at 1 and 0.5 nm
from the peak.
Dynamic range
58 dB (1 nm from peak)
53 dB (0.5 nm from peak)
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
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• Full line-up of functions and applications
• Long-term measurement
In addition to its excellent basic performance, the MS9720A has a full
line-up of useful functions. The basic waveform analysis functions
offer applications for evaluating every important item in WDM
systems.
The MS9720A has a long-term measurement function for displaying
the wavelength, level, and SNR, etc., as a table, and saving the average, maximum, and minimum value of each measurement to floppy disk as a text file at a set measurement interval. The wavelength
is calibrated every 6 hours and the level is calibrated every 1 hour in
long-term measurement.
Waveform
analysis
Threshold analysis, SMSR analysis, spectrum power
(integrated power calculation)
Applicable
measurement
Insertion loss, isolation, directivity, return loss, polarization
mode dispersion (PMD), fiber amplifier noise figure (NF),
WDM wavelength analysis, long-term measurement
The following screens show threshold and SNR analysis of a WDM
signal waveform. The effective analysis range is set using the Zone
Marker even for WDM signals, enabling independent analysis of the
waveform of each channel.
Specifications
Applicable fiber
10/125 µm SM fiber (ITU-T G.652)
Optical connector
User replaceable (FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A), Factory option (E2000, FC-APC, SC-APC, HRL-10)
Wavelength
Range: 1450 to 1650 nm
Accuracy: ±20 pm (1550 ±20 nm, room temperature), ±50 pm (1520 to 1600 nm), ±0.3 nm (all range) ∗After wavelength calibration
Stability: ±5 pm (smoothing: 11 pt, 1 minute, at half-width of center wavelength)
Linearity: ±20 pm (1550 ±20 nm)
Read resolution: 5 pm (display resolution: 1 pm)
Setting resolution: 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0 nm (filter: 3 dB bandwidth)
Resolution accuracy: ≤±10% (1550 ±20 nm, 0˚ to 30˚C), ≤±30% (1550 ±100 nm, 0˚ to 30˚C)
Level
Measurement level ranges: –87 to +10 dBm (1450 to 1600 nm, 0˚ to 30˚C), –72 to +10 dBm (1600 to 1650 nm, 0˚ to 30˚C),
–82 to +10 dBm (1450 to 1600 nm, 30˚ to 50˚C), –67 to +10 dBm (1600 to 1650 nm, 30˚ to 50˚C),
–68 to +23 dBm (1450 to 1600 nm, 0˚ to 30˚C, internal optical attenuator: on)
Accuracy: ±0.4 dB (1550 nm, –23 dBm)
Stability: ±0.02 dB (1550 nm, –23 dBm, 1 minute, constant temperature, no polarization fluctuation)
Linearity: ±0.05 dB (1550 nm, –50 to 0 dBm)
Flatness: ±0.1 dB (1550 ±20 nm), ±0.3 dB (1520 to 1600 nm)
Polarization dependency
±0.15 dB
Dynamic range
58 dB (at point 1 nm from peak), 53 dB (at point 0.5 nm from peak)
Optical return loss
35 dB (1550 nm)
SLD output
>–40 dBm/nm (at 1550 nm)
Display
6.4 inch color TFT-LCD
Memory trace
Three measurement memories and three trace displays
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Printer
Internal (thermal type)
Interface
GPIB, RS-232C, monitor output (VGA compatible)
Data save/output
3.5 inch floppy disk drive
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
Ambient conditions
Operating temperature: 0˚ to +50˚C (however, 5˚ to 50˚C for FDD)
Storage temperature: –20˚ to +60˚C
Relative humidity: ≤90% (no condensation, 20% to 80% for FDD)
Power
85 to 132/172 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, 150 VA (max.)
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 177 (H) x 350 (D) mm (excluding projections), ≤16.5 kg
Note: Warm-up to the MS9720A for about 5 minutes to ensure stable operation. The above specifications are obtained at 2 hours after power-on.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/order No.
Name
Main frame
WDM Network Tester
MS9720A
B0329G
Z0312
MX972001S
MX972001G
Standard accessories
Optical connector adapter∗1:
Fuse, 3.15 A (for 100/200 Vac):
MS9720A operation manual:
MS9720A remote control operation manual:
Power cord, 2.6 m:
Front cover (3/4MW4U):
Printer paper:
LabVIEW ® Driver (RS-232C):
LabVIEW ® Driver (GPIB):
MS9720A-27
MS9720A-37
MS9720A-38
MS9720A-39
MS9720A-40
MS9720A-43
MS9720A-47
Options
E2000 (DIAMOND) connector
FC connector
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
HMS-10/A (DIAMOND) connector
HRL-10 connector (factory option)
MN9604C
J0654A
J0655A
J0007
J0617A
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
J0635B
J0441
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
B0330C
B0336C
G0084A
Application parts
Optical Directional Coupler
Serial interface cable (IBM-PC/AT, J-310, remote control)
Serial interface cable (9P-25P)
GPIB cable, 1 m
Replaceable connector (FC)
Replaceable connector (ST)
Replaceable connector (DIN)
Replaceable connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable connector (SC)
Optical fiber cord (FC · PC-FC · FC-2M-SM), 2 m
Total internal reflection fiber cord
Replacement reel for ferrule cleaner (Kuretop A type)
Ferrule cleaner spare tape (for Z0282, 6 pcs/set)
Adapter cleaner (stick type, 200 pcs/set)
Tilt bail
Hard carrying case
Polarization rotation module
F0012
W1343AE
W1344AE
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
pc
pcs
copy
copy
pc
pc
rolls
pc
pc
∗1: Specify the connector to be supplied as the standard connector when ordering the above options.
If the connector is not specified, the FC connector (MS9720A-37) is supplied as standard.
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OPTICAL SPECTRUM ANALYZER
MS9780A
600 to 1750 nm
For Fibers with Core Diameters of 10, 50, and 62.5 µm
GPIB
The MS9780A is a diffraction-grating spectrum analyzer for analyzing optical spectra in the 600 to 1750 nm wavelength band. Its input
section has been redesigned to support fibers with core diameters of
50/62.5 µm; the input section of the MS9780A can be used to measure the spectra of LDs and LEDs, etc. In addition to uses such as
measurement of LD and LED spectra, it has functions for measuring
the transmission characteristics of passive elements such as optical
isolators, as well as the NF/Gain of optical fiber amplifier systems. In
addition to its basic features, the superior stability and reliability of
the diffraction-grating (patent pending) capability easily passes the
severe specifications required for the precise measurement of WDM
communications methods, particularly in the 1.55 µm band.
This analyzer, which is backed by Anritsu's high-level technology,
has the dynamic range, reception sensitivity and sweep speed requested by users. Its high sensitivity meets the exacting demands
placed on today's measuring instruments. In particular, the excellent
wavelength and level specifications fully meet the dense WDM requirements in the 1.55 µm band. In addition to the high reliability and
excellent basic performance, this analyzer has a full range of application functions to support accurate measurement in the fastest possible time.
Wide-dynamic range measurement example with DFB-LD spectrum
passed via narrow-band BPF.
Features
• 70 dB dynamic range
• –90 dBm guaranteed optical reception sensitivity
• Optical pulse measurement
• Full range of WDM application functions
• Tracking with tunable laser source
• –90 dBm guaranteed optical reception sensitivity
DFB-LD
Narrow-band BPF
MS9780A
The MS9780A has achieved an improved S/N over a wide range by
taking thorough countermeasures to noise and stray light. The RMS
noise level at wavelengths from 1250 to 1600 nm is –90 dBm max.
In addition, the S/N can be improved using sweep averaging. The
screen display below shows the waveform after 10 averagings; the
S/N is improved by more than 5 dB.
Applications
• 70 dB dynamic range
The measurement dynamic range of the MS9780A in the normal
measurement mode at a wavelength 1 nm from the peak wavelength
is 62 dB. In the high-dynamic range measurement mode, better than
70 dB can be achieved. The analyzer demonstrates its excellence in
SMSR measurement of DFB-LDs, as well as in evaluation of narrowband optical band pass filters.
Measurement mode
Dynamic range (at SM fiber)
1 nm from peak
0.5 nm from peak
High dynamic range
70 dB
60 dB
Normal
62 dB
58 dB
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• Full function lineup
In addition to its excellent basic functions, the MS9780A comes with
a full lineup of other useful functions summarized in the following
table.
Device analysis
For analyzing and evaluating waveforms of optical
elements (DFB-LDs, FP-LDs, LEDs)
Waveform analysis
For waveform analysis by RMS and threshold
methods; SMSR, half-width evaluation, WDM
waveform analysis
Application
measurement
EDFA NF and gain measurement, PMD
measurement (See applications.)
Modulation, pulsed
light measurement
Max. frequency range (VBW) = 1 MHz
(See applications.)
Markers
Multimarkers: Marker function for max. 128 points
(See applications.)
Zone markers:
For waveform analysis in zone specified zone
Peak/dip search: Searches for a peak or dip
Power monitor
Also functions as optical power meter
Vacuum wavelength
Converts displayed wavelength to value in display
vacuum
External interfaces
GPIB, RS-232C
•
Convenient light source option (refer wavelength light) for
better accuracy
Any one of the wavelength reference & SLD light source (Option 03),
SLD light source (Option 04), reference wavelength light source
(Option 05), and white light source (Option 02) can be installed in the
MS9780A.
The block diagram of the wavelength reference & SLD light source
option is shown below. This option has two separate output ports:
Port 1 for wavelength calibration, and Port 2 for measuring transmission characteristics. When the MS9780A is calibrated automatically
by inputting the reference light for the wavelength, post-calibration
wavelength accuracy in the 1.52 to 1.57 µm range is better than
±0.05 nm. This is very useful in precision absolute measurement of
the wavelengths of light sources used in WDM systems.
MS9780A
SLD light
source
Acetylene
(C2H2) cell
SM fiber
SM fiber
Port 1 (wavelength reference
light output)
Port 2 (SLD light output)
Block diagram of wavelength reference & SLD light
The following diagram shows the spectrum of the SLD light output
from Port 2. When this light source is used instead of the earlier
white light source for measurement of the wavelength transmission
characteristics of optical receiver elements, it is possible to achieve
a 20 dB wider dynamic range.
The following figure shows an example of measuring the transmission characteristics of optical band pass filter using the SLD light.
• Spectrum analysis for WDM communication systems
Difficult problems in WDM transmission technology are the wavelength characteristics for the gain, and signal to noise ratio (SNR) between each channel. In evaluation, it is very important to measure
this quantitatively. The MS9780A permits extremely quick and simple
waveform analysis of up to 128 spectra. The waveform and level
(SNR) of each peak exceeding the set threshold is displayed. The
screen display below shows an example of the tilt gain.
Measurement of optical band pass filter
If this dynamic range is not required, a lower-cost white light source
can be installed instead. The following figure shows the spectrum of
the white light source. When this light is used, transmission characteristics can be measured in wide range of 900 to 1750 nm.
Spectrum of white light source
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Specifications
• MS9780A
Fiber
SM (9.5/125 µm), GI (50/125 µm)∗1, GI (62.5/125 µm)∗1
Wavelength
Range : 600 to 1750 nm
Sweep width: 0, 0.2 to 1200 nm
Accuracy: ±0.3 nm (600 to 1750 nm, after wavelength calibration with external light source)
±0.05 nm (1550 ±20 nm, resolution: 0.07 to 0.2 nm, after calibration with wavelength reference light source option)∗2
±0.1 nm (1550 ±20 nm, resolution: 0.5/1.0 nm, after calibration with wavelength reference light source option)∗2
Stability: ±5 pm (1 minute)
Resolution
Setting: 0.07∗2, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0 nm
Accuracy∗2,∗3: ±30% (1300/1550 nm, resolution: 0.1 nm), ±15% (1300/1550 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm),
±7% (1300/1550 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm)
Level
Measurement range (attenuator: off, 0° to +30°C):
–65 to +10 dBm (600 to 1000 nm), –85 to +10 dBm (1000 to 1250 nm), –90 to +10 dBm (1250 to 1600 nm),
–75 to +10 dBm (1600 to 1700 nm), –55 to +10 dBm (1700 to 1750 nm, +10° to +30°C)
Measurement range (attenuator: on, 0° to +30°C): –65 to +20 dBm ( 1100 to 1650 nm)
Accuracy∗2: ±0.6 dB (1300/1500 nm, –23 dBm, resolution: ≥0.2 nm)
Stability∗2: ±0.1 dB (1550 nm, –23 dBm, resolution: ≥0.2 nm, 1 minute)
Linearity∗2: ±0.1 dB (1550 nm, –50 to 0 dBm)
Polarization dependency∗2: ±0.15 dB (1300/1500 nm, resolution: ≥0.5 nm)
Dynamic range∗2
Normal mode: 62 dB (±1 nm), 58 dB (±0.5 nm) ∗1550 nm, resolution: 0.07 nm
Wide dynamic range mode: 70 dB (±1 nm), 60 dB (±0.5 nm) ∗1550 nm, resolution: 0.07 nm, 25° ±5°C
Return loss∗2: 32 dB (1300/1550 nm)
Sweep
Sweep width: 0, 0.2 to 1200 nm
Sweep speed (typical∗4): 0.5 s (sweep width: 500 nm, normal mode measurement, VBW: 10 kHz)
Display
6.4 inch color TFT-LCD
Memory
A, B (2 trace), 3.5 inch FDD (for Windows®)
Printer
Internal (thermal type)
Interface
GPIB, RS-232C
Main functions
Optical pulse measurement, power monitor, wavelength auto-calibration
Operating conditions
Operating temperature: 0° to +50°C (FDD: 5° to 50°C), Storage temperature: –20° to +60°C
Relative humidity: ≤90% (no condensation)
Power
85 to 132 Vac/170 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, 150 VA (max.)
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 177 (H) x 350 (D) mm, ≤16.5 kg
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: The NA of GI fiber is 0.2 for a core diameter of 50/125 µm and 0.275 for 62.5/125 µm. However, the permissible NA is 0.1 due to the spectroscope limitations.
∗2: Connects to SM fiber (10/125 µm)
∗3: Effective resolution value
∗4: Typical value for reference; not guaranteed specification
• White light source (Option 02)
Optical output
≥–59 dBm/1 nm (typical value: –55 dBm/1 nm)
Wavelength range
900 to 1600 nm
Operating temperature
18° to 28°C
• Reference wavelength light source (Option 05)
Wavelength reference
• VBW, sweep speed, minimum light reception sensitivity*6
VBW
• Wavelength reference & SLD light source (Option 03)
Optical output
≥–40 dBm/1 nm (single mode/fiber input)
Wavelength range
1540 to 1560 nm
Operating temperature
15° to 30°C
Wavelength reference
1.53 µm band Acetylene
1.53 µm band Acetylene
Sweep speed (typ.)
Minimum light
reception
sensitivity∗7
10 Hz
100 Hz
1 kHz
30 s
5s
0.5 s
10 kHz 100 kHz 1 MHz
0.5 s
0.5 s
0.5 s
–90 dBm –80 dBm –70 dBm –60 dBm –50 dBm –40 dBm
∗6: Data for reference; not guaranteed specifications (except tracking with
MG9541A)
∗7: RMS noise level (1.25 to 1.6 µm)
• SLD light source (Option 04)
Optical output
≥–40 dBm/nm (single mode/fiber input)
Wavelength range
1540 to 1560 nm
Operating temperature
15° to 30°C
Note: Warm-up to the MS9780A for about 5 minutes to ensure stable operation. The above specifications were obtained 2 hours after power-on.
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MS9780A
Main frame
Optical Spectrum Analyzer
F0012
Z0312
W1477AE
W1478AE
MX978001S
MX978001G
B0239G
Standard accessories
Optical connector adapter∗1:
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuse, 3.15 A (for 100 Vac system):
Printer paper:
MS9780A operation manual:
Remote control operation manual:
LabVIEW® driver (RS-232C):
LabVIEW® driver (GPIB):
Front cover:
MS9780A-02
MS9780A-03
MS9780A-04
MS9780A-05
MS9780A-06
MS9780A-27
MS9780A-37
MS9780A-38
MS9780A-39
MS9780A-40
MS9780A-43
Options
White light source∗2
Wavelength reference & SLD light source∗2
SLD light source∗2
Reference wavelength light source∗2
Monitor output (VGA output)∗3
E2000 (Diamond) connector∗3
FC connector∗4
ST connector∗4
DIN connector∗4
SC connector∗4
HMS-10/A (Diamond) connector∗4
J0654A
J0655A
J0007
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
J0635B
J0893B
J0894B
J0203
J0204
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
B0336C
B0330C
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Application parts
RS-232C cable (9P-9P)
RS-232C cable (9P-25P)
GPIB cable, 1m
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
FC-PC · FC-PC · 2M-SM (FC-PC optical fiber cord,
2 m, SM)
FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-GI (50/125 µm)
FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-GI (62.5/125 µm)
Optical fiber cord with lens attached to end (50 µm core
diameter), 2 m
Optical fiber cord with lens attached to end (200 µm core
diameter), 2 m
Ferrule cleaner (Cletop A type, 1 pc)
Tape for ferrule cleaner (6 pcs/set)
Cleaner for optical adapter (stick-type, 200 pcs/set)
Hard carrying case
Tilt stand
∗1: Specify the connector to be supplied as the standard connector when
ordering the above options. If the connector is not specified, the FC
connector (MS9780A-37) is supplied as standard.
∗2: Factory options; Two units cannot be installed simultaneously.
Exchangeable-type optical connectors (FC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A) are
supplied when specified at ordering. One conversion cord is supplied for
connecting other optical connectors to the FC connector.
∗3: Factory option
∗4: User replaceable
Note:
Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
LabVIEW® is a registered trademark of National Instruments.
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WDM TESTER
MS9715A
1.527 to 1.567 µm
For Maintaining and Monitoring WDM Optical Communication Systems
GPIB
Custom-made product
Optical communications are getting into full swing. Great things are
expected of WDM optical communications in answer to the recent
social demand for dramatic increases in transmission volume. In
WDM communications, multiple optical elements are used in an optical amplifier and various characteristics are precisely controlled to
maintain system performance.
The MS9715A is a measuring instrument for use in system manufacture, construction, and maintenance. One instrument combines accurate measurement of necessary items over long periods and satisfies conditions of simplicity of use in construction and maintenance
operations, lightness and compactness, and superior environmental
performance with respect to vibration and shock. In addition, since
the LabVIEW driver is fitted as standard, programming by remote
control is simple. A windows compatible floppy disk drive is also fitted as standard.
Feature
• For WDM optical communication
Performance and functions
• Measurement items
Maximum, minimum, and average values over a long period for wavelength, level, SNR∗1, channel spacing∗2, gain tilt∗3, gain slope∗4, total
power, and spectrum measurement.
∗3: Difference between maximum and minimum peak values for total signal
spectrum
∗4: Slope of least mean square regression line of total signal spectrum peaks
(dB/nm)
• Superior basic functions
The MS9715A provides the high performance required for the performance testing and evaluation of WDM equipment. Wavelength
measurement has ±50 pm accuracy, ±5 pm wavelength stability, and
±20 pm wavelength linearity. High performance level measurement
has a dynamic range of 53 dB (0.5 nm from peak), ±0.4 dB level accuracy, ±0.02 dB level stability, and ±0.05 dB level linearity∗5.
∗5: 5 performances at 0.1 nm resolution
• Calculation functions
Measurement calculation functions for SNR, gain tilt, total power,
gain slope, channel spacing, etc. are provided.
• 2 measurement modes
Spectrum measurement mode and long-time measurement mode are
provided. As shown on the screen below, in spectrum measurement
mode, the results calculated are displayed. (Spectrum is expanded
or contracted using the zoom marker).
∗1: Signal to Noise Ratio (dB). Noise resolution level of 0.1 nm. Of the signal’s
2 extremes, that with the greater level (smaller SNR) is automatically selected.
Gain tilt
dB
SNR
nm
Gain slope
Channel spacing
Example of gain tilt and gain slope display
∗2: Wavelength difference between spectra for individual signal (nm, GHz)
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Example of specific spectrum emphasis display
Wavelength table
• Ease of operation
Measured wavelength settings can be freely expanded or contracted
using the zoom marker. The guide spectrum for a specific spectrum
can be found at a glance while freely setting the marker. In addition,
the level axis is automatically set by detection of maximum and minimum. Wavelength calibration is performed automatically using an internal standard light source.
• Long-time mode
The long-time mode displays measurement results for wavelength,
level, and SNR in tables. Besides average value, maximum value,
minimum value, and maximum – minimum value for the time interval
set by the user (sampling period), the table displays the difference
between the current value and that at start time (initial long-time
measurement). The wavelength tables also display channel spacing.
The complete table value display for each sampling period is treated
as one set, and a maximum of 1000 sets are recorded on floppy disk.
The behavior of the measured system can be analyzed over a long
time period. During the long-time measurement, wavelength calibration is performed automatically using the internal wavelength standard; even if ambient conditions change during the measurement,
high wavelength measurement accuracy is secured.
Level table
Specifications
Range: 1.527 to 1.567 µm
(integrate power: 1.52 to 1.58 µm)
Accuracy: ±0.05 nm
Stability: ±5 pm (1 min),
±10 pm (constant temperature: 60 min)
Linearity: ±20 pm
Resolution: 0.1 nm
Resolution accuracy: ±10% (actual display resolution)
Wavelength
Level
Range: – 65 to +20 dBm
Accuracy: ±0.4 dB
Stability: ±0.02 dB (–23 dBm, 1 min, constant
temperature)
Linearity: ±0.05 dB (0 to –50 dBm)
Flatness: ±0.15 dB
Polarization dependency
±0.25 dB
Dynamic range
58 dB (±1 nm), 53 dB (±0.5 nm)
Measurement signal
Max. 32 waves
Return loss
≥35 dB
Wavelength reference
Acetylene (1.52 µm)
Display
6.4”, color TFT-LCD
Measurement item
Maximum, minimum and average values over a long
period for wavelength, level, SNR, channel spacing,
gain tilt, gain slope, total power, and spectrum
Memory
3.5” FD (for Windows)
Interface
RS-232C, GPIB
Environmental condition
Operating temperature: +5˚ to +50˚C
Storage temperature: –20˚ to +60˚C
Relative humidity: ≤90%
Power
AC 85 to 132/170 to 250 V, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤150 VA
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 177 (H) x 350 (D) mm, ≤16.5 kg
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category
ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/order No.
Name
MS9715A
Mainframe
WDM Tester (custom-made product)
F0012
B0329G
MX971501S
MX971501G
W1234AE
W1235AE
Standard accessories
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuse, 3.15 A (for 100/200 Vac system):
Front cover (3/4MW4U):
LabVIEW® driver (RS-232C):
LabVIEW® driver (GPIB):
MS9715A operation manual:
MS9715A remote control operation manual:
MS9715A-27
MS9715A-31
MS9715A-37
MS9715A-38
MS9715A-39
MS9715A-40
MS9715A-43
Options
E-2000 (Diamond) connector
EC (Radial) connector
FC connector
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
HMS-10/A (Diamond) connector
J0654A
J0655A
J0007
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
J0635B
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
Optional accessories
Serial interface cable (IBM-PC/AT, for J-310)
Serial interface cable (9/25-pin)
GPIB cable, 1 m:
2 pcs
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
Optical fiber cord (FC-PC connector, for SM), 2 m
Ferrule cleaner
Tape for Ferrule cleaner (6 pcs/set, for Z0282)
Adapter cleaner (200 pcs/set)
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OPTICAL AMPLIFIER TEST SYSTEM
ME7890B
1.530 to 1.620 µm
For Precise Evaluation of Amplifiers for WDM Optical Communications
∗The photograph shows an example
GPIB
of the system composition.
The optical amplifier is a key device in today’s high-capacity and longdistance optical communications networks, and evaluation of the optical amplifier noise figure (NF) and gain demands measuring instruments with excellent performance and accuracy. The ME7890B covers both band of C-Band and L-Band. The ME7890B supports this
need using the optical pulse probe method.
The following graph compares the gain measured by the pulse and
probe methods using a 16-channel WDM light source. Almost the
same gain wavelength characteristics are obtained by substituting a
single-channel saturating signal with the same total power as the 16channel WDM light source.
Measurement method comparison
Feature
• High-accuracy NF and gain measurement using optical pulse probe
Performance and functions
• Optical pulse probe method
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Gain (dB)
•
•
method
Fast, high-accuracy NF and gain measurement at low cost
Supports optical pulse probe method
27.5
26.5
26
25.5
25
24.5
The ME7890B uses a combination of the optical pulse method to
measure amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) of the optical amplifier with high accuracy, and the optical probe method to measure
quickly over a wide wavelength range. The optical pulse probe method
measures the wavelength characteristics using a weak optical signal
(probe) that has almost no effect on the locked inversion of the optical amplifier. A saturating signal is input so that the optical amplifier
is in exactly the same condition as when it is in actual use.
At evaluation of an optical amplifier for wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) communications, fewer saturating signals are substituted for the WDM light source, creating the same conditions as
when a WDM optical signal is input. The probe signal light is used to
measure the NF and gain, and then a wavelength tunable laser
source or a wide-band light source is used for measurement over a
wide wavelength range.
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1548
1550
1552
1554
1556
1558
1560
1562
1564
1566
Wavelength (nm)
Probe method using tunable laser source
(saturating signal light: 16-channel WDM light)
Probe method using tunable laser source
(saturating signal light: 1-channel)
Pulse method: 16-channel WDM light
The measurement error when the number of optical saturating signals becomes smaller depends on the characteristics of the optical
amplifier under test, as well as on the appropriately number of saturating signals, the wavelengths, power, and probe signal power: accurate comparison with the pulse method results requires determination of these parameters.
Saturating signal
Optical amplifier test system
Probe signal
Optical amplifier (DUT)
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• Standard configuration
Personal computer
ME7890B Optical Amplifier Test System
RS-232C
MX789000B
System Software
GPIB
MN9625A
Programmable
Optical Attenuator
Tunable
laser source
MF9619C Optical Modulator
Saturating signal
MN9625A
Programmable
Optical Attenuator
Tunable
laser source
MS9710C
Optical Spectrum
Analyzer
Optical fiber
cable
Probe signal
Optical
amplifier
(DUT)
• Using WDM Light Source
Full control of
total power of
WDM light
source
Personal computer
ME7890B
Optical Amplifier Test System
RS-232C
MX789000B
System Software
GPIB
MT9812B
WDM
light source
Saturating
signal
Tunable
laser source
MN9625A
Programmable
Optical Attenuator
MN9625A
Programmable
Optical Attenuator
MF9619C Optical Modulator
MS9710C
Optical Spectrum
Analyzer
Optical fiber
cable
Probe signal
Optical
amplifier
(DUT)
• Using MS9710C SLD light source output (option) as the probe light signal
Personal computer
ME7890B Optical Amplifier Test System
MX789000B
System Software
GPIB
Tunable
laser source
MN9625A
Programmable
Optical Attenuator
MF9619C-01 (using SLD for Probe
signal) Optical Modulator
Saturating signal
MN9625A
Programmable
Optical Attenuator
MS9710C
Optical Spectrum
Analyzer
Optical fiber
cable
SLD light
source output
(option)
Probe signal
Optical
amplifier
(DUT)
When a wide-band light source such as an SLD is used as the probe light source,
specify the MF9619C (Option 01: using SLD for probe signal) with a small loss for the probe light input port.
However, EDFAs saturation input level is reduced by 3 dB.
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• Pulse method
High-accuracy measurement* 1
The pulse method is the most highly accurate measurement for NF
and gain. In the pulse method, the on/off extinction ratio of the optical modulator is better than 65 dB, which causes almost no error in
measuring the ASE level as a result of leakage of the amplified optical signal. In addition, the ASE level is measured directly, so there is
no deviation from the actual noise gap resulting from measurement
using the fitting method. The polarization dependency and the insertion loss are both optimized and the method has excellent reliability.
In the following diagram, the measured spectrum is expanded, and
the measured ASE spectrum can be observed with almost no error.
System setup
When measuring using the pulse method, the system controls the
MS9710C Optical Spectrum Analyzer and the MF9619C Optical
Modulator. A WDM light source can also be used. At measurement
start, the wavelength of each channel is detected and the NF and
gain of each channel is measured automatically.
Personal computer
ME7890B
Optical Amplifier
Test System
MX789000B System Software
GPIB
Optical signal
(WDM light
source etc.)
MS9710C
Optical Spectrum
Analyzer
MF9619C
Optical
Modulator
Optical
amplifier
(DUT)
∗1: Considering fiber connection/disconnection reproducibility at calibration,
power meter measurement level accuracy, optical spectrum analyzer (OSA)
wavelength flatness/level linearity/resolution accuracy, optical switch
switching reproducibility, optical switch and OSA polarization dependency,
measured wavelength accuracy.
The NF accuracy is found from the following equation for the error of part
and the total error is estimated by the RSS method.
1
Pase x λ3
NF =
+
h x c2 x RES x G
G
where, Pase = ASE level of signal wavelengths, h = Planck’s constant,
RES = OSA resolution, λ = Wavelength, c = Velocity of light in a vacuum,
G = Optical amplifier gain
Measurement example
The following diagrams show a measurement example using a 16channel WDM light source (top: spectrum display, bottom: gain and
NF profile display).
Automatic setting of wavelength and power
When the tracking function is used, the tunable laser source and programmable optical attenuator are controlled. The NF and gain are
measured automatically using a matrix as the wavelength and level
are varied.
Personal computer
ME7890B
Optical Amplifier
Test System
MX789000B
System Software
GPIB
Tunable
laser
source
Wavelength and
power are set automatically using
tunable laser
source. Other light
sources with fixed
wavelength can be
used, too.
MN9625A
Programmable
Optical
Attenuator
Power is set automatically using
MN9625A/9626A
optical attenuator.
Optical attenuator is
not required when
the power adjustment is not needed.
MF9619C
Optical
Modulator
MS9710C
Optical
Spectrum
Analyzer
Optical
amplifier
(DUT)
System setup
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Specifications
• ME7890B Optical Amplifier Test System
To ensure that the system operates with good stability, warm it up for about 20 minutes. The following specifications were obtained after a 2hour warm up period.
Measurement wavelength
1530 to 1620 nm (guaranteed range), 1525 to 1635 (measurable range)
Input level range
Input signal (INPUT SATURATING SIGNAL port):
–40 to +10 dBm/nm (MS9710C attenuator: off), –25 to +20 dBm/nm (MS9710C attenuator: on)
Input port of EDFA output (B from EDFA port): +10 dBm/nm (MS9710C attenuator: off), +23 dBm/nm (MS9710C attenuator: on)
NF measurement
accuracy∗1
∗After calibration, temp. change: within ±3˚C, modulation frequency: 125/250 kHz, pulse measurement method
NF measurement
reproducibility
≤0.2 dB ∗After calibration, temp. change: within ±3˚C, modulation frequency: 125/250 kHz, pulse measurement method
Gain measurement accuracy
≤0.125 dB
Gain measurement
reproducibility
≤0.1 dB
Measurement channel
number
1 to 256 channel
≤0.3 dB (1530 to 1570 nm), ≤0.4 dB (1570 to 1620 nm)
Minimum channel interval
0.4 nm (50 GHz)
Functions
Calibration, data save/recall, printout
Measurement modes
Normal by WDM light source (1 to 256 channel, pulse method), matrix of level vs. wavelength by tunable laser source tracking,
pulse probe
Measurement results
displays
Normal mode: Spectrum (Pin, Pout, ASE), measurement result table, NF/gain profile
Tunable laser source operation mode:
(Wavelength, input power, output power) vs. (NF, gain, input power, output power, ASE power), spectrum, table
Probe measurement mode:
X axis (Wavelength, input power, saturating signal power, saturating signal wavelength) vs.
Y axis (NF, gain, input power, output power, ASE power), spectrum
Power
85 to 132/170 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤800 VA
Dimensions and mass
550 (W) x 1792 (H) x 700 (D) mm, ≤250 kg
Temperature and humidity
Temperature: 0˚ to +40˚C (operating), –20˚ to +60˚C (storage)
Humidity: ≤90% (no condensation)
∗1: Using master cord (J0846B) guaranteed at calibration and measurement
The NF value is not measured directly. Since direct evaluation is not possible, the measurement error is specified for the required all items. Each error is mutually independent and the final NF error is determined by averaging the sum of squares.
The details of the NF measurement accuracy are as follows:
ASE Level measurement accuracy:
±0.255 dB (including reproducibility due to fiber connection/disconnection at calibration, error after calibration of level accuracy with power meter with level
accuracy of better than 2.2%, level linearity, and optical switch switching reproducibility)
Gain (I/O) measurement accuracy: ±0.125 dB (including level linearity, polarization dependency, optical switch switching reproducibility)
Wavelength resolution accuracy: ±0.1 dB (MS9710C: 1530 to 1570 nm), ±0.2 dB (MS9710C: 1570 to 1620 nm)
Measured wavelength accuracy: ±0.0001 dB (MS9710C)
• MF9619C Optical Modulator
Insertion loss (25˚C)
Saturating signal: ≤10 dB (1530 to 1630 nm), ≤9.5 dB (1630 to 1570 nm, Option 02)
∗Between [INPUT SATURATION SIGNAL] and [A to EDFA] ports
Probe signal: ≤14 dB (1530 to 1630 nm) ∗Between [INPUT PROBE SIGNAL] and [A to EDFA] ports
Modulation extinction ratio
≥65 dB (25˚C, at 125/250 kHz modulation)
EMC
EN55011: 1991, Group 1, Class A
EN50082-1: 1992
Harmonic current emissions: EN61000-3-2 (1995)
Safety
EN61010-1: 1993 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution Degree ΙΙ)
Power supply
85 to 132/170 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤100 VA
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 132.5 (H) x 350 (D) mm, ≤8 kg
Temperature and humidity
Temperature: 0˚ to +40˚C (operating), –20˚ to +60˚C (storage)
Humidity: ≤90% (no condensation)
• Recommended controller
Hardware
PC-AT compatible computer running Windows® 3.1/95/98∗2
CPU, memory, display, OS
Pentium® 75 MHz or faster, ≥16 MB (≥32 MB recommended), 640 x 480 or better resolution, Microsoft® Windows® operating
system Version 3.1, Windows 95 operating system or Windows 98 operating system
Memory drives
HDD with at least 20 MB free space, 3.5 inch FDD (2 HD, 1.44 MB)
GPIB, RS-232C
National Instruments product, one port (when using tunable laser source as probe light source)
∗2: Microsoft® Windows® operating system Version 3.1, Microsoft® Windows® 95 operating system or Microsoft® Windows® 98 operating system are registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation (USA).
• Refer to the relevant manuals for the specifications of the equipment listed below.
MS9710C Optical Spectrum Analyzer, Tunable laser source, MN9625A/9626A Programmable Optical Attenuator
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
ME7890B
Name
System
Optical Amplifier Test System
MS9710C
B0422A
B0423B
B0390F
B0424A
B0423A
Standard configuration*1
Tunable Laser Source:
2
2
Programmable Optical Attenuator∗2:
Optical Modulator (includes MX789000B Software
for Optical Amplifier Test System Control):
1
Optical Spectrum Analyzer:
1
System rack (for 100 V system):
1
Rack mount kit (for tunable laser source):
2
Rack mount kit (for two MN9625A):
1
Rack mount kit (for MF9619C):
1
Rack mount kit (for MS9710C):
1
W1697AE
Standard accessories
ME7890B/MF9619C operation manual:
J0654A
J0007
J0008
J0846B
J0057
J0847A
J0848A
J0849B
J0850A
J0635B
J0757B
J0760B
J0692B
J0763B
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
J0655A
B0422B
B0422C
B0390E
Application parts
RS-232C cable (9P-9P)∗3
GPIB cable, 1 m∗3
GPIB cable, 2 m∗3
FC · PC(MASTER)-FC · PC-2M-SM∗4
FC adapter∗4
FC-ST conversion adapter
FC-DIN conversion adapter
FC-SC conversion adapter
FC-HMS-10/A conversion adapter
FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-SM
FC · PC-ST · PC-2M-SM
FC · PC-DIN · PC-2M-SM
FC · PC-SC · PC-2M-SM
FC · PC-HMS-10/A · PC-2M-SM
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
Ferrule cleaner
Tape for Ferrule cleaner (6 pcs/set)
Adapter cleaner (200 pcs/set)
RS-232C cable (9P-2P)
System rack (for 200 V system, C7 plug)
System rack (for 200 V system, B4 plug)
Rack mount kit (for 1 MN9625A)
MF9619C
Main frame
Optical Modulator
MN9625A
MF9619C
F0012
B0329F
MX789000B
Standard accessories
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuses, 3.15 A (for 100/200 V system):
Front cover (3/4MW 4U):
Software for Optical Amplifier Test System
Controller (for Windows 3.1/95/98):
MF9619C-01
MF9619C-38
MF9619C-39
MF9619C-40
MF9619C-43
Options
Using SLD for probe signal
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
HMS-10/A connector
B0424
Application part
Rack mount kit (for MF9619C)
sets
sets
set
set
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
1 copy
1 pc
2 pcs
1 pc
1 set
∗1: Only the required instruments can be selected and ordered from the standard configuration.
∗2: The MN9626A Programmable Optical Attenuator can also be used.
∗3: The full system (standard) requires five 1 m GPIB cables, one 2 m GPIB
cable, and one RS-232C cable.
The RS-232C cable is required when using a tunable light source as the
probe light source.
Consult Anritsu for the number required by the system setup.
∗4: When measuring NF with an accuracy of ±0.3 dB, six master cords (J0846B)
and five adapters are required.
Note: For personal computer, please contact your nearest Anritsu representative.
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OPTICAL CHANNEL SELECTOR
MN9662A/9664A/9672A/9674A
1.2 to 1.65 µm
For Automatic Switching of Optical Paths
(MN9674A)
The MN9662A/9664A/9672A/9674A are channel selectors for outputting the optical signal input to the common channels to any output channel. GPIB and RS-232C interfaces are provided as standard
equipment, and the selector can also be controlled by the MT9810A
Optical Test Set. These functions are available to construct an automatic measurement system.
The selector is ideal for R&D and quality evaluation of transmission
equipment and devices using EDFAs, such as trunk optical trans-
GPIB
mission systems, optical CATV analog transmission systems, WDM
transmission systems, etc. Various models are available to match the
required number of channels.
Features
• Low polarization-dependent Loss (0.03 dBp-p: MN9662A/9664A)
• Cleanable and replaceable optical adapters (FC, SC, ST, DIN,
HMS-10/A)
Specifications
Typical values are given for reference only to assist in the use of these instruments, and are not guaranteed specifications.
Model
MN9662A
MN9664A
MN9672A
MN9674A
1x8
1 x 16
2x8
2 x 16
Number of channels
Wavelength
1.2 to 1.65 µm
Applicable optical fiber
SM (ITU-T G.652)
Insertion loss∗1, ∗2
≤1.6 dB (1.1 dB typ.)
Return loss∗3
Polarization dependent loss∗1
≤0.03 dBp-p (0.015 dBp-p typ.)∗4
Crosstalk
≤–80 dB
Switching repeatability∗6
≤0.02 dBp-p (0.003 dBp-p typ.)
Switching time
≤2.5 dB (2.0 dB typ.)
≥45 dB (PC connector)
Min.∗7
Max.
≤0.05 dBp-p (0.025 dBp-p typ.)∗5
≤600 ms
≤800 ms∗8
Switching life
≥1 x
Max. input level
+23 dBm (200 mW)
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≤1100 ms∗9
≤800 ms∗8
≤1100 ms∗9
times
I/O optical connector
FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A (all PC type)
Temperature range
Operating: 0˚ to 50 ˚C, Storage: –30˚ to +71 ˚C
Remote control
GPIB, RS-232C (D-sub 9-pin), control by MT9810A
Power
85 to 132/170 to 250 Vac, ≤35 VA, 47.5 to 63 Hz
Dimensions and mass
213 (W) x 88 (H) x 351 (D) mm, ≤4.5 kg
EMC
–
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class D)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
–
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ,
Pollution degree 2)
∗1: Specifications measured using master optical fiber cable
∗2: Including connector loss at 2 points at 1.31 and 1.55 µm
∗3: Return loss depends on connected connector, using PC connector at ≥50
dB return loss at 1.31 and 1.55 µm
∗4: At constant temperature in operating temperature range at 1.31 and 1.55 µm
∗5: At constant temperature in operating temperature range at 1.55 µm
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∗6: At constant temperature in operating temperature range and constant polarization condition
∗7: Between channel 1 and channel 2
∗8: Between channel 7 and channel 8
∗9: Between channel 15 and channel 16
Note: Please contact us for 1 x 24, 2 x 24, 1 x 32 and 2 x 32 optical channel
selectors.
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MN9662A
MN9672A
MN9664A
MN9674A
F0008
Z0397A
B0329L
W1489AE
Name
Main frame
Optical Channel
Optical Channel
Optical Channel
Optical Channel
Selector
Selector
Selector
Selector
(1
(2
(1
(2
x
x
x
x
8 channels)
8 channels)
16 channels)
16 channels)
Standard accessories
Power cord:
Fuse, 1 A (for 100/200 V mains):
FC adapter caps∗1:
Front cover:
MN9662A/9672A/9664A/9674A
operation manual:
1
2
1
1
pc
pcs
pc
pc
1 copy
MN9662A/9664A-37
MN9672A/9674A-37
MN9662A/9664A-38
MN9672A/9674A-38
MN9662A/9664A-39
MN9672A/9674A-39
MN9662A/9664A-40
MN9672A/9674A-40
MN9662A/9664A-43
MN9672A/9674A-43
Options
FC-PC connector (with FC adapter cap)∗2
FC-PC connector (with FC adapter cap)∗2
ST connector (with ST adapter cap)∗2
ST connector (with ST adapter cap)∗2
DIN connector (with DIN adapter cap)∗2
DIN connector (with DIN adapter cap)∗2
SC connector (with SC adapter cap)∗2
SC connector (with SC adapter cap)∗2
HMS-10/A connector (with HMS-10/A adapter cap)∗2
HMS-10/A connector (with HMS-10/A adapter cap)∗2
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
Z0397A
Z0411A
Z0412A
Z0413A
Z0414A
J0635B
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
J0006
J0007
J0008
J0009
J0654A
J0655A
J0897B
J0897C
J0897D
J0897E
Application parts
Replaceable optical adapter (FC-PC)
Replaceable optical adapter (ST)
Replaceable optical adapter (DIN)
Replaceable optical adapter (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical adapter (SC)
FC adapter cap
ST adapter cap
DIN adapter cap
SC adapter cap
HMS-10/A adapter cap
Optical fiber cord (FC-PC connector), 2 m
Ferrule cleaner
Ferrule cleaner spare tape (6 pcs/set)
Adapter cleaner (stick type, 200 pcs/set)
GPIB cable, 0.5 m
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
GPIB cable, 4 m
RS-232C cable (9P-9P)
RS-232C cable (9P-25P)
MT9810A connection cable, 1 m
MT9810A connection cable, 2 m
MT9810A connection cable, 5 m
MT9810A connection cable, 10 m
∗1: Number differs according to model
MN9662A: 9 pcs; MN9672A: 10 pcs; MN9664A: 17 pcs; MN9674A: 18 pcs
∗2: Standard connector for specified option. If not specified, FC-PC connector
(Option 37) supplied as standard.
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PROGRAMMABLE OPTICAL ATTENUATOR
MN9625A/9626A
1.2 to 1.65 µm
High Attenuation Accuracy, Low Polarization Dependent Loss,
Excellent Wavelength Flatness
NEW
GPIB
Angled PC connector)
• Removable optical connector for easy cleaning and replacement
Applications
• R&D and manufacturing
of WDM optical amplifiers ––– Adjusting
input optical level, evaluating gain flatness
• R&D and manufacturing of optical transmission systems ––– Adjusting
optical output and reception optical levels, testing error rates
• R&D and manufacturing of optical components ––– Measuring optical fiber amplifier I/O and wavelength characteristics, measuring
optical loss of isolators, etc.
0.3
Wavelength flatness (dB)
Features
• Attenuation accuracy of ±0.05 dB (typical)
• Wavelength flatness of 0.1 dBp-p (typical, 1.52 to 1.57 µm, MN9625A)
• Low polarization dependent loss of 0.05 dBp-p max. (MN9625A)
• Return loss of 45 dB min. (PC connector) and 60 dB min. (APC:
Typical characteristics
0.2
0.1
0
–0.1
–0.2
–0.3
1.46
1.47
1.48
1.49
1.50
1.51
1.52
1.53
Wavelength (µm)
Attenuation: 15 dB
Wavelength flatness: 1.46 to 1.53 µm (MN9625A)
0.3
Wavelength flatness (dB)
The MN9625A/9626A Programmable Optical Attenuator has excellent attenuation accuracy. It is calibrated with a high-accuracy calibration system over an attenuation range of 0 to 60 dB.
The MN9625A has a superior wavelength flatness of 0.2 dBp-p max.
by using an attenuation element with very flat wavelength characteristics. It is the ideal instrument for evaluating WDM (wavelength division multiplexing) optical amplifiers in which gain flatness vs. wavelength is an important factor. Moreover, the MN9626A has a built-in
optical monitor output for monitoring the level of through light.
0.2
0.1
0
–0.1
–0.2
–0.3
1.53
1.535
1.54
1.545 1.55 1.555 1.56 1.565
Wavelength (µm)
Attenuation: 15 dB
Wavelength flatness: 1.53 to 1.565 µm (MN9625A)
Wavelength flatness (dB)
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
–0.1
–0.2
–0.3
1.565
1.575
1.585
1.595
1.605
1.615
1.625
Wavelength (µm)
Attenuation: 15 dB
Wavelength flatness: 1.565 to 1.625 µm (MN9625A)
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Specifications
(Specifications at 1.31/1.55 µm measured using master optical fiber cord. Typical values are not guaranteed.)
Model
MN9625A
Wavelength range
1.2 to 1.65 µm
Applicable optical fiber
SM fiber (ITU-T G.652)
Maximum attenuation
60 dB (except insertion loss)
Display resolution
0.01 dB
Attenuation accuracy
±0.1 dB (typical: ±0.05 dB)
MN9626A
Polarization dependent loss
≤0.05 dBp-p (typical: 0.03 dBp-p)
≤0.1 dBp-p (typical: 0.07 dBp-p)
Wavelength flatness∗1
≤0.2 dBp-p (1.46 to 1.53 µm)
≤0.2 dBp-p (1.53 to 1.565 µm)
≤0.25 dBp-p (1.565 to 1.625 µm)
–
≤2.8 dB (typical: 1.8 dB)
≤4.2 dB∗2
Insertion loss
dB∗3
Switching repeatability
±0.01
Switching time
≤150 ms (attenuation variation: 0.01 dB), ≤500 ms (attenuation variation: 60 dB)
I/O crosstalk
≤–80 dB (shutter closed)
Return loss
≥45 dB (PC connector)∗4, ≥60 dB (APC connector)∗5
Optical
monitor
output∗6
(typical: ±0.005 dB)
Output ratio
–
10:1
Loss difference
–
≤19.0 dB
Output stability
–
≤0.1 dB
Crosstalk attenuation
–
≥40 dB
I/O connector
PC∗7: FC, SC, DIN, ST, HMS-10/A
APC∗8: FC, SC, HRL-10
Maximum input level
18 dBm (63 mW)
Operating temperature range
0 to 50˚C
Power∗9
85 to 132 Vac, 170 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤45 VA
Dimensions and mass
132.5 (H) x 213 (W) x 351 (D) mm, ≤6.5 kg
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class D)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: Attenuation range of 0 to 30 dB
∗2: Including optical fiber coupler loss
∗3: At constant temperature in operating temperature range
∗4: Depends on connector (using PC connector with return loss of 48 dB min.)
∗5: Depends on connector (using APC connector with return loss of 63 dB min.)
∗6: Between output and optical monitor output
∗7: User replaceable (One connector type supplied as standard accessory. When connector type is not specified in the order, FC connectors are supplied.)
∗8: Factory option, attachable/detachable front shell
∗9: Specify 100 Vac or 200 Vac system when ordering (factory setting only).
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MN9625A
MN9626A
W1834AE
F0010
Name
Model/Order No.
Main frame
Programmable Optical Attenuator
Programmable Optical Attenuator (with optical monitor
output)
B0390E
B0390F
B0329M
J0575
Standard accessories
MN9625A/9626A operation manual:
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuse, 1.6 A:
J0617B
1 copy
1 pc
2 pcs
J0618D
J0618E
MN9625A/9626A-38
MN9625A/9626A-39
MN9625A/9626A-40
MN9625A/9626A-43
MN9625A/9626A-25
MN9625A/9626A-26
MN9625A/9626A-47
Z0513A∗1
Z0513B∗1
Z0513C∗1
Options
ST connector (both input and output)
DIN connector (both input and output)
SC connector (both input and output)
HMS-10/A connector (both input and output)
FC (APC) connector (both input and output, factory
option)
SC (APC) connector (both input and output, factory
option)
HRL-10 (APC) connector (both input and output,
factory option)
Optional accessories
Optical fixed attenuator [FC (PC)]
Optical fixed attenuator [SC (PC)]
Optical fixed attenuator [ST (PC)]
J0619B
J0618F
J0739A
J0739C
J0739D
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
Name
Rack mount kit (inch type, for 1 unit, left side)
Rack mount kit (inch type, for 2 units, side-by-side)
Front cover (1/2MW3U)
Optical fiber cord (PC connector at both ends, for SM
fiber), 2 m
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
∗For PC connector
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
∗For PC connector
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
∗For PC connector
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
∗For PC connector
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
∗For PC connector
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
∗For APC connector
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
∗For APC connector
Replaceable optical connector (HRL-10)
∗For APC connector
Ferrule cleaner
Replacement reel for ferrule cleaner (6 pcs/set)
Cleaner for optical adapter (stick type, 200 pcs/set)
∗1: Attenuation: 6 dB ±1 dB, Maximum input level: +23 dBm, Return loss: ≥55 dB
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E/O, O/E CONVERTER
MP9677B
10 Gbit/s
For STM-64, OC-192 or FEC Jitter Evaluation
MP9677B is the 10 Gbit/s E/O and O/E converter for STM-64, OC192 or FEC jitter evaluation and BER measurement. It has a jitter
bandwidth of 80 MHz, and can measure jitter tolerance, jitter transfer, and output jitter at 10 Gbit/s optical interface when used with
MP1777A. It can be also used with MP1570A.
Optical signal input
Sensitivity
Wide: –11 to –5 dBm, Narrow: –11 to –3 dBm
Input waveform: NRZ
Wavelength: 1480 to 1580 nm
Maximum input level: 0 dBm (average power)
Return loss: ≥20 dB
Connector: FC-SPC∗2 (single mode fiber)
Electrical signal
output
Data level: 0 V ±0.2 V(VH)/ –1 V ±0.2 V(VL), 50 Ω
Output waveform: NRZ
Clock level: 1 V(p-p) ±0.33 V, 50 Ω
Connector: SMA
Phase adjustable range: ≥100 ps
External optical
input∗3 (Option 01)
Maximum input level: +10 dBm
Wavelength: 1530 to 1570 nm (guaranteed range)
Others
Through data input:
0 V ±0.3 V(VH)/–1 V ±0.3 V(VL), 50 Ω
Retiming clock input: 1 V(p-p) ±0.3 V, 50 Ω
Internal phase adjustable range: ≥100 ps
Reshaped data output:
0 V ±0.2 V(VH)/–1.5 V ±0.2 V(VL), 50 Ω
Connector: SMA
Dimensions and
mass
426 (W) x 177 (H) x 450 (D) mm, ≤20 kg (including
clock recovery unit)
Power
AC 85 to 132 V/170 to 250 V (auto-switching),
47 to 63 Hz, ≤300 VA (including clock recovery unit)
Environmental
condition
Operating temperature: +10˚ to +40˚C, Storage
temperature: –20˚ to +60˚C, Humidity: 40 to 90%
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ,
Pollution degree 2)
Functions
• SDH/SONET network test
Measurements such as jitter tolerance, jitter transfer, output jitter,
and BER at 9.95328 Gbit/s optical interface are available. These
measurements can be performed manually, with no need for a personal computer.
• FEC test
Measurements such as jitter tolerance, jitter transfer, output jitter,
and error at 10.66423 Gbit/s optical interface are available. These
measurements can be performed manually, with no need for a personal computer.
Specifications
• MP9677B E/O, O/E Converter
Bit rate
2.4 to 11 Gbit/s (typical)
Optical signal
output
Level: –5 dBm ±3 dBm (average power)
Output waveform: NRZ
Wavelength: 1545 nm ±20 nm (any one wavelength
within range∗1)
Wavelength width: ≤1 nm (20 dB down point)
Side mode suppression ratio: ≥30 dB
Extinction ratio: ≥10 dB
Connector: FC-SPC∗2 (single mode fiber)
Electrical signal
input
Data level: 0 V ±0.3 V(VH)/–1 V ±0.3 V(VL), 50 Ω
Output waveform: NRZ
Clock level: 1 V(p-p) ±0.3 V, 50 Ω
Connector: SMA
Phase adjustable range: ≥100 ps
∗1: When ordering, the option specified connector is supplied as standard.
∗2: User replaceable
∗3: Using this with the application parts’ polarization rotating module is recommended.
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• MU967701A/967702A Clock Recovery Unit
Data input
Reshaped data input
Bit rate: 9.95328 Gbit/s ±50 ppm (MU967701A), 10.66423 Gbit/s ±50 ppm (MU967702A)
Level: 0.5 to 1.5 V(p-p), 50 Ω
Input waveform: NRZ
Connector: SMA
Data output
Through data output
Bit rate: 9.95328 Gbit/s ±50 ppm (MU967701A, depend on input signal), 10.66423 Gbit/s ±50 ppm (MU967702A, depend on input signal)
Level: 0 V ±0.2 V(VH)/–1 V ±0.2 V(VL), 50 Ω
Output waveform: NRZ
Connector: SMA
Retiming clock output, monitor clock output
Frequency: 9.95328 GHz ±50 ppm (MU967701A, depend on input signal), 10.66423 GHz ±50 ppm (MU967702A, depend on input signal)
Level: 1 V(p-p) ±0.2 V, 50 Ω
Connector: SMA
Jitter amplitude (UIp-p)
Clock output
Jitter tolerance∗1
A3
A1
0.2 UIp-p
A2
A2
2 UIp-p
A3
2490 UIp-p
f6 (Hz)
10
f7 (Hz)
12.1
f1 (Hz)
20k
f2 (Hz)
400k
f3 (Hz)
4M
f4 (Hz)
80M
A2
–1.5 dB
A3
3.5 dB
A4
–3.5 dB
f1
100 Hz
f2
10 MHz
f3
80 MHz
A1
f6 f7
f1
f2
f3
f4
Jitter frequency (Hz)
Wide mode
A3
A1
A2
A4
Jitter transfer
characteristics
A1
1.5 dB
f1
f2
f3
Narrow mode
A1
A2
A1
0.1 dB
f1
Environmental condition
f2
A2
–19.9 dB
f1
100 Hz
f2
8 MHz
f3
80 MHz
f3
Same as MP9677B (main frame)
∗1 MP9677B: Wide mode, –8 to –6 dBm input level, 10˚ to 30˚C
MU967701A: SDH internal, VC4-64c-Bulk, PRBS 223 – 1 used with MP1570A and MU150000A
MU967702A: PRBS 223 – 1 used MP1763C/1764C
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MP9677B
MU967701A
MU967702A
F0014
J0900E
W1765AE
W1710AE
W1761AE
B0329C
E0008A
J0995
MP9677B-01
MP9677B-10
MP9677B-38
MP9677B-39
MP9677B-40
MP9677B-43
Name
Model/Order No.
Main frame
E/O, O/E Converter
Clock Recovery Unit (9.95328 Gbit/s)
Clock Recovery Unit (10.66423 Gbit/s)
Standard accessories
AC power cord:
Fuse, 6.3 A:
Coaxial cord:
MP9677B operation manual:
MU967701A operation manual
(supplied to MU967701A):
MU967702A operation manual
(supplied to MU967702A):
Front cover:
Optical output control key:
U link (for connection with MU967701A
or MU967702A):
MP1777A
MS4630B
MP1763C
MP1764C
MP1570A
1
2
4
1
pc
pcs
pcs
copy
1 copy
1 copy
1 pc
2 pcs
J0796A
J0796B
J0796C
J0796D
J0796E
Z0478
J0747A
J0635B
Name
Peripheral instruments
10 GHz Jitter Analyzer
Network Analyzer (10 Hz to 300 MHz, with Option 10)
Pulse Pattern Generator (12.5 Gbit/s)
Error Detector (12.5 Gbit/s)
SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer (with MU150000A)
Application parts
ST connector (user replaceable, with protective cap, 1 set)
DIN connector (user replaceable, with protective cap, 1 set)
SC connector (user replaceable, with protective cap, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (user replaceable, with protective
cap, 1 set)
FC connector (user replaceable, with protective cap, 1 set)
Polarization rotating module (for MP9677B-01)
Fixed optical attenuator (5 dB)
SM optical fiber cord (both-ends FC-SPC connector), 2 m
3 pcs
Options
External optical input function (external light source usable)
E/O converter minus option
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
HMS-10/A connector
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OPTICAL DIRECTIONAL COUPLER
MN9604C
1.25 to 1.65 µm
For High-Accuracy Measurement of Optical Connector Return Loss
The MN9604C is used in combination with stabilized light source and
optical power meter to measure optical return loss of optical connectors at approx. 50 dB.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Specifications
Compatible fiber
SM (10/125 µm, NA 0.1)
Name
MN9604C
Main frame
Optical Directional Coupler (for SM fiber)
Wavelength range
1.25 to 1.65 µm
W1563AE
Standard accessories
MN9604C operation manual:
Insertion loss
<5.5 dB (1.31/1.55 µm: <5.0 dB, between ports
A to B and ports A to C)
Loss difference
between ports
<2.2 dB (1.31/1.55 µm: <1.5 dB, between ports
A to B and ports A to C)
Insertion loss polarization dependency
<0.15 dB∗1
MN9604C-37
MN9604C-38
MN9604C-39
MN9604C-40
MN9604C-43
Optical connectors
FC/PC connector
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
HMS-10/A (DIAMOND) connector
Crosstalk attenuation
>54 dB∗1,∗2
Optical connector
FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A
J0441
Ambient temperature,
rated range of use
0˚ to +50˚C
Storage temperature
–40˚ to +71˚C
Dimensions and mass
110 (W) x 52 (H) x 121 (D) mm, ≤500 g
∗1: Wavelength: 1.31/1.55 µm
∗2: When using the connector with return loss of >53 dB
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J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
Z0282
Z0283
Z0284
1 copy
Optional accessories
Total internal reflection fiber cord, 1 m (with FC · PC
connector)
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
Ferrule cleaner (Cletop A-type, 1 pc)
Ferrule cleaner spare tape (6 pcs/set)
Adapter cleaner (stick type, 200 pcs/set)
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
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OPTICAL CHANNEL DROP UNIT (OCDU)
MN9320A
1528 to 1565 nm
Access to DWDM Channels and
Traffic at One Location
NEW
The technique of Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing is well established and adopted worldwide as a means of increasing the traffic
carrying capacity of a fiber. Optical cross connects, wavelength routing and translation, now make a typical network far more complex in
construction. Identification of an individual channel and verification of
the data passing over it during installation, commissioning and routine
maintenance as part of a Service Level Agreement (SLA) is becoming more critical. The MN9320A Optical Channel Drop Unit is a test
instrument that scans the DWDM optical signal and displays all those
channels present in the form of a bar graph or a tabulation of channel and power. Any individual channel can be selected from this display and fed to its output port which can then be connected to a protocol analyzer such as the Anritsu MP1570A for data validation and
testing. Wherever the integrity of a DWDM signal must be verified,
the MN9320A can be used.
these channels in the Channel Grid Display. In addition to the tabular
display in the channel table, the user can see them in a bar graph format.
• Channel Insert Mode
Where non-standard channels are to be used to carry traffic or for cochannel cross-talk testing, the user can add these to the channel table.
• Automatic Channel Grid Mode
From the set up screen the user can select to use the ITU-T 50 GHz
or 100 GHz channel spacing. Where non standard spacings are
used, custom grids can be created and stored in internal memory.
• Optical Output Protection Mode
Any network data analyzer is an expensive test tool, yet the receiver
can be easily damaged by the application of a high input power.
The MN9320A offers a unique output protection mode to prevent this
expensive mistake. On switch on, the unit has a preset level above
which the output port will not become active. This level can be
changed by the user in the set up screen.
• Incredible Wavelength Accuracy
The optical components within the MN9320A are of the highest quality,
providing wavelength accuracy of typically ±10 pm and repeatability of
±3 pm, so you can be sure it goes back to the same spot, time after time.
Specifications
Wavelength range
1528 to 1565 nm
Channel drop mode
Channel spacing: 50 GHz and higher
Data rate: 10 Gbps
Wavelength accuracy
±20 pm guaranteed (±10 pm typical)
Wavelength repeatability
±3 pm
ORR @ 0.4 nm
> 40 dBc typical
Maximum input power
+18 dBm
Input power measurement range
-50 to +10 dBm
Power meter accuracy
±0.5 dBm for -40 to +10 dBm
Insertion loss
8 dB max
Features
Display
Color STN 6" (159 mm) FVGA
Independent DWDM signal access for channels of 50 GHz spacing
or higher up to data rates of 10 Gbps.
• ±10pm wavelength accuracy (typical)
• ITU-T 50 GHz, 100 GHz or custom grid capability
• Provides DWDM channel access to any BER tester
• Measurement of channel wavelength and power
• Optical output protection mode
External interfaces
RS-232
EMC
EN 61326: 1998 STD
Safety
EN 61010-1: 1993
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 133 (H) x 350 (D)(mm), 11 Kg
Power
100 to 240 VAC, 47 to 67 Hz. 250 VA max
Temperature range
Operation: 0° to 50°C
Storage: -40° to +70°C
Proof of conformance to a customer SLA, isolation of points of failure or performance degradation in a DWDM network can be
achieved by connecting the MN9320A to a monitor point in the network and connecting it to a Data Analyzer such as the Anritsu
MP1570A. Any of the individual DWDM channel signals can then be
directed to the input of the BERT for analysis.
Data at rates of up to 10 Gbps and at a spacing as close as 50 GHz
are easily handled by the MN9320A.
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MN9320A
Name
Mainframe
'C' band Optical Channel Drop Unit
Standard accessories supplied with this unit:
FC/UPC connectors, operation manual, AC power cord,
protective front cover
Functional and Simple to Use
• Single button operation
• Channel table shows wavelength and optical power
• Any selected channel can be dropped
• Filter design will prevent data corruption at 10 Gbps
• Optical Channel Scan Mode
The MN9320A will scan the entire 'C' band window at the press of
one button, identify the channels present at their optical power.
• Optical Power Meter Mode
The MN9320A measures the optical power in each channel. From
the measurement window the user can select to measure optical
power anywhere in the 'C' band.
• Channel Search Mode
The MN9320A enables a user to select a particular power level above
which DWDM channels are expected. The unit will then only display
For product ordering information, see pages 4-8.
Ordering information
MN9320A-01
MN9320A-02
MN9320A-03
760-218
J0617B
J0618D
J0618E
J0618F
J0619B
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Options
Optical Channel Drop Unit with:
SC/UPC connectors
ST/UPC connectors
HMS-10/A connectors
Application parts
Hard carry case, with storage for power cord, optical
patch cords, operation manual and other accessories
Replaceable connector(FC)
Replaceable connector(ST)
Replaceable connector(DIN)
Replaceable connector(HMS-10/A)
Replaceable connector(SC)
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The ML910B provides two independent channels and advanced functions, enabling a variety of sophisticated optical-power measurements.
Seven types of optical detectors are available to suit a variety of applications — any two can be connected as required. The two channels are
completely independent and have separate displays, providing the
same versatility that previously required two meters. Processing between channels is also possible. If a feed-through sensor is used, fluctuations in the output level of the optical source can be canceled, enabling
exceptionally precise relative measurements with a resolution down to
0.001 dB. Wavelengths from 0.38 to 1.8 µm can be measured with sensitivity down to — 90 dB at 1.3 µm. The optical detectors have a built-in
wavelength responsivity, so direct readout of the absolute optical power
is possible simply by specifying the compensation wavelength. A simple
change in connections permits uncompensated measurements as well.
The data-storage function of the ML910B enables up to 3000 measured values to be stored at the touch of button, which greatly simplifies work in the field. An internal display calibration circuit is also
provided, boosting overall reliability.
OPTICAL POWER METER
ML910B
Traceable to ETL and NIST Standards
Traceable to NIST and ETL standards
GPIB
STANDARD OPTICAL POWER METER
ML9050A
0.4 to 1.8 µm
Traceable to JQA (Japan Quality Assurance Organization)
Features
• Two input channels with simultaneous data display
• Data processing between channels
• Relative measurements with a resolution of 0.001 dB
• Feed-through sensor permits highly stable optical-loss measurements
The ML9050A can measure optical power from both beam and optical fibers with high precision and an uncertainty that is guaranteed
to be within ±2% over the entire range of optical power levels. To
maintain this high level of accuracy, the ML9050A uses a DC calibration function that compensates for variations in instrument sensitivity that result from minor variations in the ambient temperature.
The ML9050A also has an averaging function that allows the user to
average 10, 100, or 1000 measurement values. Signal averaging increases the stability of low-level-signal measurement, because lowlevel signals tend to have relatively large fluctuations. Ni-P black
body absorber, which is wavelength independent, moisture-proof,
and has a vibration-free structure, is used as the optical power absorber. Amorphous Ge, which has a rapid thermo-electric response
time, has been used as the thermo-electric transducer material.
Features
• Uncertainty is guaranteed to be within ±2%.
• Wide temperature and humidity range
• 2 second response and short calibration time
• Traceable to Japan Quality Assurance Organization (JQA)
GPIB
OPTICAL WAVELENGTH/FREQUENCY COUNTER
MF9630A
0.6 to 1.6 µm/500 to 187 THz
For High-Accuracy Measurement of Optical Wavelength
and Frequency
The MF9630A uses a Michelson interferometer to count the number
of intensity fringes in the interference patterns of both the reference
light source and the light source being measured. It then determines
the wavelength and frequency of the light source being measured
from the ratio of these numbers. The measurement accuracy (±0.5
ppm at 0.633 µm) of the MF9630A is determined by comparing
MF9630A wavelength measurement to an iodine-stabilized He-Ne
laser recommended by the CIPM (Comité International Des Poids et
Mesure) to define reference meter length. The uncertainly of the optical wavelength/frequency for the He-Ne laser source is 10 –9. When
this is measured by the MF9630A, the error is ±70 fm, which is small
enough compared to the specified accuracy of ±0.5 ppm (approx.
310 fm for every 0.633 µm).
For precise measurements, the optical fiber must be a single-mode
fiber that is matched to the wavelength of DUT.
Features
• ±0.5 ppm high-accuracy measurement
• 0.1 pm/12 MHz ultra-high resolution
• One-touch selection of wavelength or frequency
• Automatic setting of the number of display digits according to the
GPIB
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characteristics of the light being measured
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
WAVEFORM MONITOR
MP9650 series
For Monitoring Optical Waveform and Measuring Extinction
Ratio of SDH, SONET and FDDI
The MP9650 series allows an oscilloscope to monitor and measure
the optical transmission waveform and its extinction ratio of an optical
interface (DC to 2.5 Gbit/s). The MP9654A, with an internal DC amplifier, can be fitted with an optional 4th order Bessel-Thomson filter.
It also has an optional APD setting for low-level light reception. It can
be used for research, development, and maintenance applications
for PCM optical interface transmitters.
Can be used on STM-0/OC-1 (51.84 Mbit/s), STM-1/OC-3 (155.52
Mbit/s), STM-4/OC-12 (622.08 Mbit/s), STM-16/OC-48 (2.48832
Gbit/s).
Features
• Optical waveform monitoring and extinction ratio measurement on
SDH, SONET, FDDI
• High O/E conversion efficiency
• Optional Bessel-Thomson filter for up to a maximum of 4 frequencies
• Suitable for single-mode fibers
MP9654A
MP9655A
MP9653A
The MN938A can set attenuation in a range of 0 to 60 dB in 0.1 dB
steps. Two wavelengths can be selected. As the MN938A is provided
with GPIB as standard, it can be used in a variety of automatic measuring systems for development, production, and inspection. A rotary
encoder permits attenuation to be set smoothly even when used
manually.
PROGRAMMABLE OPTICAL ATTENUATOR
MN938A
0.85/1.3 µm
Features
• Wide attenuation range: 0 to 60 dB
• Application for two wavelengths by switch selection
• Suitable for multi-mode fibers (50/125 µm)
For Two Wavelengths of 0.85/1.3 µm
GPIB
OPTICAL VARIABLE ATTENUATOR
MN95D
1.3 µm
High-Stabile Attenuation
The MN95D optical variable attenuator passes an optical signal from
a light emitting element through an optical fiber via a lens through an
attenuating filter to reduce it to an appropriate light power output. It
is a reflection type using metallic film and is used in the 1.3 µm band.
The MN95D can be varied continuously and in steps.
Features
• Metallic film filters assure a wide range of usable wavelengths and
stable accuracy.
• Prevention of multiple reflection
• Small and lightweight
• Suitable for multi-mode fibers (50/125 µm)
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OPTICAL ATTENUATOR
MN924C, MN9605C
1.3/1.55 µm
Easy-to-Change Optical Connector Adapters
The MN924C and MN9605C are high-precision optical attenuators
designed for use with single mode optical fibers. A combined step attenuator and continuous attenuator permit highly accurate attenuation adjustment.
The MN9605C has PC-type optical connectors, so that internally-reflected light is thoroughly suppressed. It is precisely constructed for
single-mode fiber use and can be used as a highly accurate 65 dB
variable attenuator.
Features
• Suitable for 1.3 and 1.55 µm wavelengths
• Minimal light reflection at input/output connectors (return loss: ≥40
dB; MN9605C)
• Optical connector adapters easily attached and removed
BARE FIBER CONNECTOR
MP922B
For Low-Loss Connection of GI/SM Fibers
FIBER ADAPTER
MA9013A
Easy-to-Use Optical FIber Insertion
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The MP922B is a bare-fiber connector using a V-shaped groove to
temporarily and quickly connected optical fiber cores. The V-groove
can be observed by microscope. This permits fine control of distance
between optical fiber end-surfaces, and allows low-loss single mode
fiber connection.
Features
• No special technical training required
• Low-loss connection even for single mode and multi-mode fibers
• Usable for optical fibers with jacket diameters from 0.25 to 1.2 mm
With the MA9013A Fiber Adapter, bare fiber connections can be made
quickly and easily. The device, engineered to allow fiber core connections without need for polishing, is especially useful for simple temporary instrument connections during on-site operations. Moreover,
the high-precision ferrule facilitates low-loss single-mode and multimode fiber connections.
Features
• Simple to use
• Suitable for single-mode and multi-mode fibers
• Accommodates optical fibers with external diameter error
• Compatible with various optical fibers
• Easy ferrule replacement (FC connector)
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
REMOTE FIBER TEST SYSTEM (RFTS)
9611A
For Remote Fiber Testing
Anritsu’s Remote Fiber Test System, RFTS, the complete integrated
solution for testing and managing fiber networks, protects your fiber
network by detecting fiber degradations before they affect service.
The RFTS has an integrated access, test, fault location, and central
Operations System (cOS) specifically designed for fiber networks.
Trust the industry’s most comprehensive, technically advanced, and
cost-effective Remote Fiber Test System, the Anritsu RFTS.
RFTS was specifically designed to ensure superior network performance and maximize the profitability of your fiber investment by:
• Detecting fiber degradations before they affect service
• Meeting customer service level agreement (SLA) commitments by
reducing or minimizing network downtime
• Helping recover from fiber breaks quickly
• Accurately locating fiber faults
• Geographically displaying fiber cable routes and fault location
• Performing critical measurements during network installation, troubleshooting, restoration
• Collecting and maintaining network data
• Interfacing with existing OSS, network management systems and
database for full control and integration of network testing
• Efficiently utilizing manpower through centralized testing
• Maximizing fiber capacity with Active Fiber Monitoring (AFM)
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OPTICAL ACCESSORIES
Anritsu offers a full line of accessories for use with optical communications measuring equipment. Please specify model/order number,
name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Photo No.
Name
J0200A
FC-FC-1M-GI
Return loss
2m
FC-FC-2M-GI
3m
FC-FC-3M-GI
J0056A
1m
FC-FC-1M-SM
2m
FC-FC-2M-SM
3m
FC-FC-3M-SM
1m
FC · PC-FC · PC-1M-SM
2m
FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-SM
3m
FC · PC-FC · PC-3M-SM
1m
SC-PC-1M-SM
2m
SC-PC-2M-SM
3m
SC-PC-3M-SM
1m
FC-SC-1M-GI
2m
FC-SC-2M-GI
J0520C
3m
FC-SC-3M-GI
J0521A
1m
FC-SC-1M-SM
FC optical fiber cord (GI)
J0056B
J0056C
J0635A
FC optical fiber cord (SM)
1
J0635B
FC · PC optical fiber cord (SM)
J0635C
J0660A
J0660B
SC · PC optical fiber cord (SM)
J0660C
J0520A
FC-SC optical conversion cord (GI)
J0520B
FC-SC optical conversion cord (SM)
–
–
2m
FC-SC-2M-SM
3m
FC-SC-3M-SM
J0692A
1m
FC · PC-FC · PC-1M-SM
2m
FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-SM
3m
FC · PC-FC · PC-3M-SM
1m
FC-ST-1M-GI
2m
FC-ST-2M-GI
J0518C
3m
FC-ST-3M-GI
J0519A
1m
FC-ST-1M-SM
FC · PC-SC · PC optical
conversion cord (SM)
J0692B
J0692C
J0518A
FC-ST optical conversion cord (GI)
J0518B
FC-ST optical conversion cord (SM)
2m
FC-ST-2M-SM
3m
FC-ST-3M-SM
J0757A
1m
FC · PC-ST · PC-1M-SM
2m
FC · PC-ST · PC-2M-SM
3m
FC · PC-ST · PC-3M-SM
1m
FC-DIN-1M-GI
2m
FC-DIN-2M-GI
J0516C
3m
FC-DIN-3M-GI
J0517A
1m
FC-DIN-1M-SM
FC · PC-ST · PC optical
conversion cord (SM)
J0757B
J0757C
J0516A
J0516B
–
FC-DIN optical conversion cord (GI)
FC-DIN optical conversion cord (SM)
2m
FC-DIN-2M-SM
3m
FC-DIN-3M-SM
J0760A
1m
FC · PC-DIN · PC-1M-SM
2m
FC · PC-DIN · PC-2M-SM
3m
FC · PC-DIN · PC-3M-SM
1m
FC-D4-1M-GI
2m
FC-D4-2M-GI
J0087C
3m
FC-D4-3M-GI
J0210A
1m
FC-D4-1M-SM
J0760B
FC · PC-DIN · PC optical
conversion cord (SM)
J0760C
J0087A
J0087B
FC-D4 optical conversion cord (GI)
FC-D4 optical conversion cord (SM)
2m
FC-D4-2M-SM
3m
FC-D4-3M-SM
J0637A
1m
FC · PC-D4 · PC-1M-SM
2m
FC · PC-D4 · PC-2M-SM
3m
FC · PC-D4 · PC-3M-SM
J0637B
FC · PC-D4 · PC optical
conversion cord (SM)
J0637C
≥50 dB
–
J0210C
J0210B
≥50 dB
–
J0517C
J0517B
≥50 dB
–
J0519C
J0519B
≥50 dB
–
J0521C
J0521B
Optical conversion cord
Remarks
1m
J0200C
J0200B
Optical fiber cord
Length
≥27 dB
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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Model/Order No.
Photo No.
Name
Length
J0207A
FC-DIAMOND (HFS-3) optical
conversion cord (GI)
J0207B
J0207C
J0206A
FC · PC-DIAMOND (HFS-0)
optical conversion cord (SM)
J0206B
Optical conversion cord
J0206C
J0686A
–
FC-HFS-13/A optical conversion
cord (GI)
J0686B
J0686C
J0763A
FC · PC-HMS-10/A optical
conversion cord (SM)
J0763B
J0763C
Optical adapter
J0057
–
J0617B
J0618E
FC-DIA-3M-GI
1m
FC · PC-DIA · PC-1M-SM
2m
FC · PC-DIA · PC-2M-SM
3m
FC · PC-DIA · PC-3M-SM
1m
FC-HFS-13/A-1M-GI
2m
FC-HFS-13/A-2M-GI
3m
FC-HFS-13/A-3M-GI
–
≥50 dB
–
1m
FC · PC-HMS-10/A · PC-1M-SM
2m
FC · PC-HMS-10/A · PC-2M-SM
3m
FC · PC-HMS-10/A · PC-3M-SM
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
DIN connector
SC connector
J0618F
HMS-10/A connector
≥50 dB
FC · APC connector
6
J0739D
Other accessories
FC-DIA-2M-GI
3m
Optical adapter FC type
J0619B
J0739C
2m
ST connector
6
J0739A
Replacement optical
connector
Return loss
FC-DIA-1M-GI
FC connector
J0618D
Replaceable optical
connector
Remarks
1m
SC · APC connector
HRL-10 connector
J0601
2
Dummy fiber for optical loss
measurements
Z0052
3
Optical fiber cutter
MP924A
4
Fiber Jacket Stripper
MZ106C
5
Mode Scrambler
Dummy fiber for optical loss measurements
This is a dummy fiber used in optical loss measurements to excite the
normal propagation mode of the light.
Optical fiber cord
Insertion loss
Applicable connector
< 8 dB
FC-P
Photo 1
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Optical fiber cutter
MZ106C Mode Scrambler
This device cuts optical fibers to produce a right-angle mirror-face
break.
When measuring optical fiber loss or instrument insertion loss, this device is attached to LED light sources to ensure a uniform injection mode.
1.5 dB∗1
Insertion loss
NA (numerical aperture)
0.195 ±0.01∗2
Connector
FC
Optical fiber
GI (50/125 µm)∗3
Dimensions
20 (W) x 20 (H) x 205 (D) mm
∗1: Typical value (typical value is given for reference only and is not guaranteed
specifications.)
Does not include connector loss.
∗2: Test method depends on JIS C5961
∗3: Does not include fiber
Photo 3
MP924A Fiber Jacket Stripper
This tool is used to remove the nylon jacket from around the core.
Photo 5
Replacement and replaceable optical connector
Photo 4
Replaceable
FC
SC
ST
DIN
Replacement
FC-APC
SC-APC
Photo 6
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HRL-10
HMS-10/A
DIGITAL LINK
MEASURING
INSTRUMENTS
Pulse Pattern Generators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130, 133
Error Detectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131, 136
10 GHz Jitter Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
Digital Data Analyzers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141, 146
SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzers . . . . . . . . 150, 169
Portable 2.5G/10G Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Data Quality Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176
ATM Quality Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
PCM Channel Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188
Digital Transmission Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194
STM/SONET Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194
PCM CODEC Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194
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PULSE PATTERN GENERATOR
MP1758A
100 MHz to 12.5 GHz (4 channels)
For Evaluating Versatile Transmission Systems, Modules and Devices
GPIB
The MP1758A has a 4-channel data output and a 2-channel clock
output. It can generate two patterns: programmable and pseudorandom. The programmable pattern can be up to 128 K bit long for
each channel. In addition, seven pseudo-random patterns with periods from 2 7 – 1 to 2 31 – 1 can be generated with a 1/4 phase difference for each channel.
The amplitude and offset voltage of the data/clock output can be set
independently for each channel. The setting ranges are 0.5 to 2.0
Vp-p for amplitude, –2.0 to +2.0 VOH for offset voltage, and –500 to
+500 ps for delay between the data and clock outputs.
Features
• Four independently adjustable output channels
• PRBS pattern with max. 231 – 1 bits
• Built-in synthesized clock signal
Specifications
Operation
frequency
0.1 to 12.5 GHz (internal or external clock)
External clock
Input level: 0.8 to 2.0 Vp-p
Input waveform: sine wave (≥500 MHz) or square wave
Connector: APC-3.5
Internal clock
Frequency setting resolution: 1 kHz, 1 MHz
Reference signal: 10 MHz (internal/external, selectable)
Pattern
Pseudo-random pattern: 2n–1 (n = 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 23, 31)
Programmable pattern: max. 128 Kbit x 4 channels
Logic inversion: provided
Error addition (error rate): 10–n (n = 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9), single
Data output
Output waveform: NRZ
Number of outputs: 4 (CH 1, CH 2, CH 3, CH 4)
Amplitude: 0.5 to 2.0 Vp-p (10 mV steps)∗1
Offset voltage: –2.0 to +2.0 VOH (5 mV steps)∗1
ECL termination: provided
Load impedance: 50 Ω
Connector: APC-3.5
Clock output
Number of outputs: 2 (CLOCK 1, CLOCK 2)
Amplitude: 0.5 to 2.0 Vp-p (10 mV steps)∗1
Offset voltage: –2.0 to +2.0 VOH (5 mV steps)∗1
Delay: –500 to +500 ps (1 ps steps)
ECL termination: provided
Load impedance: 50 Ω
Connector: APC-3.5
Sync.
output
Control
Dimensions
and mass
Operating
temperature
EMC
LVD
For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
426 (W) x 221 (H) x 450 (D) mm, ≤37 kg
15˚ to 35˚C
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2:
1998 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
EN610101-1:
1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: Each channel independently
∗2: MS-DOS is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MP1758A
Name
Main frame
Pulse Pattern Generator
Z0168
W0926AE
W0927AE
Z0306A
Standard accessories
Fuse, 10 A:
2 pcs
Power cord, 2.5 m:
1 pc
GPIB cable, 2 m:
1 pc
Conversion connector (APC3.5-J · APC3.5-J):
7 pcs
Measurement coaxial cable (SMA-P · SMA-P), 0.5 m: 6 pcs
Measurement coaxial cable (SMA-P · SMA-P), 0.8 m: 1 pc
Measurement coaxial cable (HRM202B-3D2W-HRM202B),
1.0 m (for sync. output):
1 pc
3.5-inch floppy disk (2HD):
2 pcs
MP1758A operation manual:
1 copy
MP1758A GPIB operation manual:
1 copy
Wrist strap:
1 pc
MP1758A-01
MP1758A-02
Options
CLOCK/CLOCK output (factory option)
Cross point adjustment (factory option)
F0079
J0008
J0496
J0696A
J0696B
J0693A
J0500A
MB24B
J0007
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Number of outputs: 1 (1/32 CLOCK OUTPUT/PATTERN
SYNC. OUTPUT, selectable)
Amplitude: 0/–1 V
Load impedance: 50 Ω
Connector: SMA
Control interface: GPIB, parallel
Parameter memory: 3.5-inch FD (MS-DOS∗2 compatible)
Optional accessories
Semi-rigid cable (SMA-P · SMA-P), 0.5 m
Portable Test Rack
(rating current of power cord and plug: 20 A)
GPIB cable, 1 m
DIGITAL LINK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
ERROR DETECTOR
MP1776A
100 MHz to 12.5 GHz
2
Supports Measurement for up to 50 Gbit/s System (Installed with 4 Channels)
MP1776A is an error detector housing four error detectors that can
measure error up to 12.5 Gbit/s. It has four-channels independent
measurement mode, two-channels or four-channels combined measurement mode and be used for development, manufacturing and
maintenance of transmission systems and modules from 12.5 Gbit/s
to maximum 50 Gbit/s.
Specifications
• MP1776A (main frame), MU177601B (12.5 Gbit/s Error Detector)
NEW
Features
• Max. 4-channels in one box
• Independent measurement of 4-channels
• PRBS patterns from 27 – 1 to 231 – 1
• Max. 32 Mbit programmable pattern at 4-channels combined mode
(corresponding six frames of STM-256/ STS-768)
• Burst data BER measurement for optical circulating loop test
• Good operability by GUI
• Display 4-channels measurement results on screen
Operating frequency
100 MHz to 12.5 GHz
Measurement pattern
PRBS pattern: 2n – 1 (n: 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 23, 31)
Zero substitution pattern: 2n (n: 7, 9, 11, 15), consecutive zero-pattern can be inserted up to pattern length – 1
Programmable data
Independent: 2 to 8,388,608 bits
2-channels combined: 4 to 16,777,216 bits
4-channels combined: 8 to 33,554,432 bits
Logic inversion: Positive/negative switching possible
Measurement mode
Independent∗1, 2-channels combined∗2, 4-channels combined∗3
Synchronization method
Normal, frame
Error detection mode
Insertion, omission, total
Measurement items
Error ratio: 0.0000 x 10–16 to 1.0000 x 100
Error count: 0 to 9,999,999, 1.0000 x 107 to 9.9999 x 1016
Clock frequency:
0.1 to 12.5 GHz (independent), 0.2 to 25 GHz (2-channels combined), 0.4 to 50 GHz (4-channels combined)
∗Resolution: 1 kHz, accuracy: 10 ppm ±1 kHz
Sync threshold value
Internal, 10–n (n: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)
Auto search function
Supported
Data input
Input waveform: NRZ
Input amplitude: 0.5 to 2.0 Vp-p
Threshold voltage: –3.000 to +1.750 V (1 mV step)
Termination condition: GND/–2.0 V
Input impedance: 50 Ω
Connector: APC-3.5
Number of input: 1 (MU177601B 12.5 Gbit/s Error Detector Unit)
Clock input
Input level: 0.5 to 2.0 Vp-p
Input waveform: Square wave only (<0.5 GHz, Duty: 50%), Sine or square wave (≥0.5 GHz, duty: 50%)
Clock delay: ±500 ps (1 ps step)
Polarity inversion: POS/NEG inversion selectable
Input impedance: 50 Ω
Connector: APC-3.5
Number of input: 1 (MU177601B 12.5 Gbit/s Error Detector Unit, up to 4 channel can be added.)
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Resync input
Input level: 0/–1 V ±0.1 V, Connector: SMA
System environment
Display: 10.4-inch, color LCD, touch screen, 640 x 480 dots, 256 colors (16 M colors in VGA when external display is connected.)
Printer: Parallel port for external printer (D-sub 25-pin)
Keyboard: 101-type (English), PS/2 (mini DIN 6-pin)
Mouse: Serial, PS/2 (mini DIN 6pin)
FDD: 3.5-inch, 2 models (740 KB, 1.44 MB)
HDD
C drive: ≥474 MB (Used for system: measurement data, pattern)
D drive: ≥30 MB (Not accessible to users, interface: IDE)
Remote control
RS-232C (standard, D-sub 9-pin), GPIB (IEEE488.2)
Power
90 to 120 Vac/180 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤1000 VA
Operating temperature
+15˚ to +35 ˚C
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 266 (H) x 584 (D) mm, ≤50 kg (with 4 units of MU177601B)
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: Different measurement pattern and frequency can be set for each channel.
∗2: Evaluates 1:2 DEMUX to check that the signal before demultiplexing is PRBS.
∗3: Evaluates 1:4 DEMUX to check that the signal before demultiplexing is PRBS.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/order No.
Name
MP1776A
Main frame
Error Detector
J0491
J0670A
F0074
Z0319A
Z0320
W1410AE
W1411AE
Z0306A
Z0352
Z0396A
Standard accessories
Power cord (with shield, 13 A):
1 pc
Power cord (L-type, C7, for 200 V main), 2.5 m: 1 pc
Fuse, 10 A:
1 pc
PS/2 mouse:
1 pc
Input pen:
1 pc
MP1776A operation manual:
1 copy
MP1776A remote operation manual:
1 copy
List strap:
1 pc
MP1776A recovery tool:
2 pcs
Pen holder:
1 pc
MU177601B
Unit
12.5 Gb/s Error Detector Unit
J0696B
J0693A
Standard accessories
Coaxial cable (SMA-P · SMA-P), 0.5 m:
2 pcs
Coaxial cable (HRM202B · 3D2W · HRM202B), 1 m: 1 pc
Z0321A
J0008
B0496
B0374G
B0497A
B0497B
Z0416
Optional accessories
Keyboard (PS/2)
GPIB cable, 2 m
Portable test rack
Carrying case
Dummy unit (for Slot 5)
Dummy unit (for Slot 1 to Slot 4)
Head cleaning disk (for 3.5-inch FDD)
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PULSE PATTERN GENERATOR
MP1763C
12.5 GHz
2
For R&D of High-Speed Logic, ICs, Optical Modules and Devices
GPIB
The MP1763C is used in combination with the MP1764C Error Detector.
The amplitude of the clock and data signals can be varied from 0.25
to 2 Vp-p while the offset can be adjusted to within ±2 V so that the
amplitude and the offset margin can be measured. The clock has a
variable delay function so that time-dependent characteristics or
phase margins of the input clock and data can be measured. An M
series pseudorandom pattern representative of actual conditions or
a programmable pattern can be selected as cell data.
In addition, a 3.5 inch floppy disk drive is built in for storing preset data,
enabling rapid measurements to be performed by simply pressing a
key. A GPIB function is provided, enabling automatic or remote measurement via an external controller.
The MP1763C is a pulse pattern generator ideal for research and development of high-speed logic, ICs, and digital systems.
Operation frequency
64/STS-192
• Generates PRBS patterns with bit length from 27 – 1 to 231 – 1
bits
• Complementary outputs of both data and clock
• The amplitudes and offsets of all 8 data outputs that have 1/8
0.05 to 12.5 GHz
Frequency range
0.05 to 12.5 GHz
SSB phase noise (at 10 kHz
offset, 1 Hz bandwidth)
≤–85 dBc/Hz (0.05 to 4 GHz), ≤–80 dBc/Hz (4 to 8 GHz), ≤–75 dBc/Hz (8 to 10 GHz),
≤–70 dBc/Hz (10 to 12.5 GHz)
External clock input level
Pattern
Features
• High quality waveform
• Low FM/PM-noise clock generator
• 8 Mbit programmable pattern corresponding to six frames of STM-
speed of fundamental clock signal can be set
Specifications
• MP1763C (main frame)
Internal
clock
(option 01)
MX176400A Q and Eye Analysis Software controls MP1763C and
MP1764C from the PC to measure Q factor, eye margin, and eye diagram. MX176401A SDH/SONET Pattern Editor controls the MP1763C
and MP1764C to generate frame pattern conforming to SDH/SONET
standards.
0.4 to 2.5 Vp-p
Pseudorandom binary
sequence pattern (PRBS)
Pattern: 2n – 1 (n: 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 23, 31)
Mark ratio: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 0/8 (1/2, 3/4, 7/8, 8/8 are possible with logic inversion)
Bit shifts number for mark ratio varied: 1, 3 bits selectable
Data pattern
Data length: 2 to 8388608 bits
Alternate pattern
A/B pattern data length: 128 to 4194304 bits (128 bit steps); Loop time: A, B pattern (1 to 127, 1 steps)
Zero substitution pattern
Zero bit length: 1 to (pattern length – 1) bits; Pattern: 2n (n: 7, 9, 11, 15)
Error addition
Error rate: 10–n (n: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9), and single error
External error injection: Provided
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Data
output
Clock
output
Number of outputs
2 (DATA/DATA independently)
Amplitude
0.25 to 2 Vp-p, 2 mV steps
Offset voltage
VOH: –2 to +2 V, 1 mV steps
Display: VOH, VTH or VOL selectable
Rise/fall time
Typical 30 ps (10% to 90% of amplitude)
Pattern jitter
≤20 psp-p, typical 10 psp-p
Waveform distortion (0-peak)
≤15% or ≤150 mV whichever is greater
Gating input
Provided
Load impedance
50 Ω (with back termination)
Connector
APC-3.5
DATA/DATA tracking
DATA amplitude and offset voltage can be set to the same values as for DATA.
Cross point adjustment function
The cross point of DATA and DATA outputs can be adjusted at semifixed resistor of side.
Number of outputs
3 (CLOCK 1/CLOCK 1, CLOCK 2)
Amplitude
CLOCK 1/CLOCK 1: 0.25 to 2 Vp-p (2 mV steps)
CLOCK 2: 1 Vp-p
Offset voltage
CLOCK 1/CLOCK 1: VOH –2 to +2 V (1 mV steps)
CLOCK 2: VOH 0 V fixed
Rise/fall time
Typical 30 ps (10% to 90% of amplitude)
Load impedance
50 Ω (CLOCK 1/CLOCK 1: with back termination)
Connector
CLOCK 1/CLOCK 1: APC-3.5, CLOCK 2: SMA
Delay
±500 ps (1 ps steps)
1/8 data and clock output
1/4 data
and clock
output (option 03)∗1
Sync. signal
output
Number of outputs: DATA 8, CLOCK 1
Output level: ECL
Connector: SMA
Number of outputs
DATA: 4, CLOCK: 1
Amplitude
0.5 to 2 Vp-p (2 mV steps)
Offset voltage
VOH: –1.5 to +1.5 V (1 mV steps)
Connector
SMA
Number of outputs
1 (1/64 clock, fixed position pattern, or variable position pattern selectable)
Output level
0/–1 V
Connector
Parameter memory
SMA
Media: 3.5 inch FD (2HD, 2DD)
Format: MS-DOS (Rev. 3.1)∗2
Content: Pattern or other parameters
Operating temperature range
0˚ to +50˚C
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 221 (H) x 450 (D) mm, ≤33 kg
Power
≤400 VA
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: When the Option 03 (1/4 speed output) is added, the 1/8 speed output is not available.
∗2: MS-DOS is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
• MX176400A Q and Eye Analysis Software
Required
system
Functions
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Computer: IBM-PC/AT or full compatible, OS: Windows 95/98/NT, CPU: Pentium 166 MHz or higher,
Memory: 64 MB or more, Hard disk space: 100 MB or more
GPIB: National Instruments made GPIB interface (PCMCIA-GPIB or AT-GPIB/TNT series boards are recommended.)
Display
Resolution: 800 x 600 or more, Display colors: 256 or more
∗If two or more applications are running simultaneously, operation cannot be guaranteed.
Measurement frequency: 2 to 12.5 GHz (eye diagram/eye margin measurement), 1 to 12.5 GHz (Q factor measurement)
Measurement patterns: PRGM, PRBS 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 23, 31
Pattern format: Continuous/burst (To be synchronized within 1 s)
Eye margin measurement
Measurement resolution (threshold): 1 to 10 mV (1 mV steps), Measurement resolution (phase): 1 to 10 ps (1 ps steps),
Measurement rate: E-2 to E-15
Eye diagram measurement
Measurement resolution (phase): 1 to 10 ps (1 ps steps)
Measurement rate: E-2 to E-15 (actual measurement), E-3 to E-12 (estimate measurement)
Display rate: E-2 to E-15 (actual measurement), E-2 to E-4915 (estimate measurement)
Mask test judgment rate: E-2 to E-15
Q factor measurement
Measurement style: Multiple measurements at fixed phase/phase vs. Q factor measurements
Bit error rate range: Upper limit at E-3 to E-5, lower limit at E-7 to E-12
Minimum error count (measurement accuracy): 1, 10, 100, 1000
Vth shift width: Automatic, fixed (1 to 10 mV/1 mV/steps)
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• MX176401A SDH/SONET Pattern Editor
Required
system
Computer: IBM-PC/AT or full compatible, CPU: Pentium 200 MHz or higher, OS: Windows 95/98/NT, Memory: 64 MB or more
Display
Resolution: 800 x 600 or more; Display colors: 256 or more
FDD: 3.5-inch (1.44 MB), Hard disk space: 100 MB or more
GPIB: National Instruments-made GPIB interface (PCMCIA-GPIB or AT-GPIB/TNT series boards are recommended.)
Functions
SDH/SONET pattern editor
Mapping: STM-N (N = 1, 4c, 12c, 16c, 32c, 64c), STS-N SPE (N = 1, 3c, 12c, 48c, 192c)
Pattern edit: Arbitrary editing of program patterns (PRBS pattern can be inserted in the payload.), time indication, table indication/edit
Payload: Free format, ALL 0, ALL 1, PRBS 2n – 1 (n = 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 20z, 23, 31) ∗Pattern repetition up to the length of all frames
Measurement condition: ALL, payload, SOH ALL, POH ALL, OH (D1-D3), OH (D4-D12), OH (1 byte) ∗Pattern repetition up to the length of all frames
CID pattern: Available
Frame repetition: Maximum 6 frames
Alarm addition: Alarm addition conforming to SDH/SONET Standard; [items: OOF/LOF, MS-AIS (L-AIS), MS-RDI (L-RDI), MS-REI (L-REI),
HP-AIS (P-AIS), HP-REI (P-REI), HP-RDI (P-RDI)]
BIP error addition: Generates parity errors of B1, B2, and B3
B1, B2, and B3 calculation: Available
Scramble: Available
BIP correction: Available
Bit window: Active for patterns without frame
Block window: Active for patterns without frame with a pattern length of multiples of 32
OH editor: Available
2
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation of the U.S. in the United States and other countries. IBM and AT are registered trademarks of
International Business Machines. Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. PCMCIA-GPIB and AT-GPIB/TNT are registered trademarks of National
Instruments.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MP1763C
Name
Main frame
Pulse Pattern Generator
Z0168
Z0306A
F0014
W1848AE
W1849AE
Z0481
B0021
Standard accessories
Semi-rigid cable (SMA-P · SX-36 · SMA-P), 0.5 m:
Semi-rigid cable, 7 cm:
Semi-rigid cable, 10 cm:
SMA cable (HRM202B · 3D2W · HRM202B), 1 m:
APC-3.5 J-J connector:
GPIB cable, 2 m:
Power cord:
3.5 inch floppy disk (MF2HD-3.5MF):
Wrist strap:
Fuse, 6.3 A (T6.3A250V):
MP1763C operation manual:
MP1763C GPIB operation manual:
12.5G/3.2G BERTS application software demo:
Protective cover (for 1MW · 5U):
MP1763C-01
MP1763C-03
Options
12.5 GHz synthesizer (50 MHz to 12.5 GHz)
1/4 speed output
68347B
Application equipment
Synthesized Sweep Generator (10 MHz to 20 GHz)
MX176400A
MX176401A
Application software
Q and Eye Analysis Software
SDH/SONET Pattern Editor
J0500A
J0672D
J0672F
J0693A
J0496
J0008
J0500B
J0322A
J0322B
J0007
Z0054
MB24B
B0413A
B0163
B0044
Z0292A
Z0416
2
1
1
1
4
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
pcs
pc
pc
pc
pcs
pc
pc
pcs
pc
pc
copy
copy
pc
pc
Optional accessories
Semi-rigid cable (SMA-P · SX-36 · SMA-P), 1 m
Coaxial cable (11SMA · SUCOFLEX104 · 11SMA), 0.5 m
Coaxial cable (11SMA · SUCOFLEX104 · 11SMA), 1 m
GPIB cable, 1 m
3.5 inch floppy disk (MF2DD-3.5MF)
Portable Test Rack
(rating current of power cord and plug: 20 A)
Carrying case
Soft carrying case
Rack mount (for 1MW · 5U panel)
Stacking rack (for sweep synthesizer)
3.5 inch head cleaning disk
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ERROR DETECTOR
MP1764C
12.5 GHz
For R&D of High-Speed Logic, ICS, Optical Modules and Devices
GPIB
The MP1764C is used in combination with the MP1763C Pulse Pattern
Generator to detect errors used to evaluate conformity with ITU-T
standards. In addition, complicated searching for input thresholds or
phase adjustments is simplified with the touch of a single key. These
functions are ideally suited for the research and development of ultrahigh-speed logic ICs and digital communication systems.
MX176400A Q and Eye Analysis Software controls MP1764C and
MP1763C from the PC to measure Q factor, eye margin, and eye diagram. MX176401A SDH/SONET Pattern Editor controls the MP1764C
and MP1763C to generate frame pattern conforming to SDH/SONET
standards.
Features
• Auto-search function for setting optimum values of input threshold
and phase setting by a “one-touch” operation
• Synchronization of 8 Mbits pattern is easily made within a short period of time (when in frame mode)
• Errors are detected in intervals as short as 0.1 sec.
• Zero wait time counter gate
Specifications
Operation frequency
Input waveform
Data input
Clock
input
Input amplitude
0.25 to 2.0 Vp-p
Threshold voltage variable range
–3.000 to +1.875 Vp-p (1 mV steps)
Phase margin
≥70 ps (typical value at 10 Gb/s, PRBS 223 – 1, and an input amplitude of 1 Vp-p)
Input sensitivity
50 mVp-p (typical value at 10 Gb/s and PRBS 223 – 1
Termination
Connected to GND or –2 V via a 50 Ω termination
Connector
APC-3.5
Input waveform
Rectangular wave (<0.5 GHz), rectangular or sine wave (≥0.5 GHz), duty factor: 50%
Input voltage
0.25 to 2.0 Vp-p
Input delay variable range
±500 ps (1 ps steps)
Polarity inversion
CLOCK/CLOCK inversion possible
Termination
Connected to GND or –2 V via a 50 Ω termination
Connector
APC-3.5
Auto search function
Pseudorandom binary
sequence pattern (PRBS)
Receive
pattern
0.05 to 12.5 GHz
NRZ
Provided
Pattern: 2n – 1 (n: 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 23, 31)
Mark ratio: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 0/8 (1/2, 3/4, 7/8, 8/8 are possible with logic inversion.)
Number of AND bit shift at mark ratio setting: 1, 3 bits (selectable by using DIP switch on rear panel)
Data pattern
Data length: 2 to 8388608 bits
Alternate pattern
A/B pattern word length: 128 to 4194304 bits (128 bits steps), Number of loops: Controlled using external signal
Zero substitution pattern
Zero bit length: 1 to (pattern length –1) bits, Pattern length: 2n (n: 7, 9, 11, 15)
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Synchronous mode
Normal, frame, quick
Synchronous threshold
Preset value or 10–n (n: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)
Error detection mode
Omission insertion, total (selectable with DIP switch on rear panel)
Measurement item
Error rate
0.0000 x 10–16 to 1.0000 x 10–0
Number of errors
0 to 9.9999 x 1016
Error interval (asynchronous)
0 to 9999999 (interval: 1 ms, 10 ms, 100 ms, 1 s)
Error free interval (EFI)
0.0000% to 100.0000%
Clock frequency
0.05 to 12.5 GHz, (resolution: 1 kHz, accuracy: 10 ppm ±1 kHz)
Eye margin measurement function
Provided
Error performance data calculation function
Provided
2
Measurement CH mask
1 to 32 ch (settable independently)
Block window
Error for any block of 32-bit segments can be measured.
Error analysis (option 01)
Auxiliary
output
Auxiliary
input
Sync. signal
output
Pattern (256 bits in total) before and after bit in which error occurred is stored.
Error output (direct)
1/128 OR error, Output level: 0/–1 V, Connector: SMA
Error output (stretched)
Pulse width: 350 ns (typical), Output level: TTL, Connector: BNC
Alarm output (clock loss,
sync. loss)
Output level: TTL
Connector: BNC
Sync. gain output
Output level: 0/–1 V; Connector: SMA
External mask input
Input level: 0/–1 V; Connector: SMA
Resync. input
Input level: 0/–1 V; Connector: SMA
Alternate A/B switching input
Input level: ECL; Connector: SMA
Number of outputs
1 (1/32 clock, fixed position pattern, or variable position pattern selectable)
Output level
0/–1 V
Connector
Parameter memory
SMA
Media: 3.5 inch FD (2HD, 2DD)
Format: MS-DOS (Rev. 3.1)∗1
Content: Pattern or other parameters
Operating temperature range
0˚ to +50˚C
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 221.5 (H) x 450 (D) mm, ≤30 kg
Power
≤300 VA
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: MS-DOS is a registered trade mark of Microsoft Corporation.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MP1764C
Name
Z0168
F0014
W1846AE
W1847AE
B0306A
B0021
B0481
Standard accessories
Semi-rigid cable (SMA-P · SX-36 · SMA-P), 0.5 m:
SMA cable (HRM202B-3D2W-HRM202B), 1 m:
APC-3.5 J-J connector:
GPIB cable, 2 m:
Power cord:
3.5 inch floppy disk (MF2HD-3.5MF):
Fuse, 6.3 A (T6.3A250V):
MP1764C operation manual:
MP1764C GPIB operation manual:
Wrist strap:
Protective cover (for 1MW · 5U):
12.5G/3.2G BERTS application software demo:
MP1764C-01
Option
Error analysis
J0500A
J0693A
J0496
J0008
Model/Order No.
Main frame
Error Detector
MX176400A
MX176401A
2
3
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
pcs
pcs
pcs
pc
pc
pcs
pc
copy
copy
pc
pc
pc
J0500B
J0322A
J0322B
J0007
Z0054
MB24B
B0413A
B0163
B0044
Z0416
Name
Application software
Q/Eye Analysis Software
SDH/SONET Pattern Editor
Optional accessories
Semi-rigid cable (SMA-P · SX-36 · SMA-P), 1 m
Coaxial cable (11SMA · SUCOFLEX104 · 11SMA), 0.5 m
Coaxial cable (11SMA · SUCOFLEX104 · 11SMA), 1 m
GPIB cable, 1 m
3.5 inch floppy disk (MF2DD-3.5MF)
Portable Test Rack
(rating current of power cord and plug: 20A)
Carrying case
Soft carrying case
Rack mount (for 1MW · 5U panel)
3.5 inch head cleaning disk
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10 GHz JITTER ANALYZER
MP1777A
STM-16 to 64, OC-48 to 192
For Evaluating STM-64/OC-192 Jitter
GPIB
The MP1777A is a measurement solution for jitter evaluation. It supports both the STM-16/32/64 and OC-48/96/192 bit rates. In addition
to supporting the bit rates of 2488.32, 4976.64, and 9953.28 MHz
two additional bit rates used in submarine cable systems can be
added as options.
The MP1777A can evaluate jitter characteristics, including jitter tolerance, jitter transfer, and output jitter, which are parameters most
commonly used to evaluate digital lines.
The MX177701A Jitter Performance Test Software (bundled with
MP1777A) allows the MP1777A to be controlled remotely. When the
Jitter Performance Test Software is used together with specified auxiliary measuring instruments, jitter tolerance and jitter transfer characteristics can be measured automatically.
Functions
• Conforms to 0.172 new recommendations
The MP1777A meets the STM-64/OC-192 measurement standards.
It is compatible with bandwidths up to 80 MHz and jitter modulation
amplitudes up to 3200 UIp-p.
• Four optional series of bit rates
Current submarine cable systems add FEC (forward error correction)
to signals to enhance quality. The MP1777A can also support two
series of bit rates by adding Option 01 (2494.16, 4988.32, 9976.64
MHz), Option 02 (2666.0571, 5332.1142, 10664.2284 MHz), Option
04 (3062.2629, 6124.7259, 12249.4517 MHz) and Option 05
(3069,6138,12276 MHz).
• Automatic jitter measurement
The MX177701A Jitter Performance Test Software is used for automatic jitter measurement and can be used with the MP1777A to configure an automatic measurement system for jitter tolerance and jitter transfer characteristics∗1.
∗1: Requires MS4630B Network Analyzer, MP1763C Pulse Pattern Generator
and MP1764C Error Detector for automatic measurement of jitter tolerance. Requires MS4630B Network Analyzer and MP1763C Pulse Pattern
Generator for automatic measurement of jitter transfer. Also requires
controller, MX177701A Jitter Performance Test Software, GPIB card, and
cables.
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Application examples
• Jitter Generation
To generate jitter, an external signal generator is required to source a
modulation signal. The MX177701A Jitter Performance Test Software
and a GPIB card are required for automatic measurement. It is also
possible to perform manual measurements, which does not require
these items.
• Jitter measurement
The MP1777A can measure the jitter of input signals directly without
using an external BPF. When Option 10 (High Sensitive Input) is installed, it can measure the jitter of input signals with amplitudes
down to 150 mVp-p. In this case, it can perform evaluation by direct
device connection. The MX177701A Jitter Performance Test
Software and a GPIB card are required for automatic measurement.
Manual measurement is also possible and the measurement results
are checked on the MP1777A screen. Furthermore, UIp-p, UI+p, UIp, and UIrms can also be measured.
By combining the MP9677B E/O, O/E converter, the MP1777A can
measure the jitter measurement of optical interfaces.
• Jitter tolerance measurement
By combining the O/E and E/O converters, the MP1777A can
measure the jitter tolerance of optical interfaces. The MX177701A
Jitter Performance Test Software and a GPIB card are required for
automatic measurement. It is also possible to perform manual measurements without these items.
• Measuring Jitter Transfer Characteristics
The MP1777A can evaluate jitter transfer characteristics up to 80
MHz in applications such as 10 Gbit/s clock recovery module (O/E
converter) evaluation. Automatic (using MX177701A external software/GPIB) and manual measurements are possible.
By combining the MP9677B E/O, O/E converter, the MP1777A can
evaluate the jitter transfer characteristics up to 80 MHz at optical interfaces.
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Specifications
Bit rate
Standard: 2488.32, 4976.64, 9953.28 Mbit/s
Option 01: 2494.16, 4988.32, 9976.64 Mbit/s
Option 02: 2666.0571, 5332.1143, 10664.2286 Mbit/s
Option 04: 3062.3629, 6124.7259, 12249.4517 Mbit/s
Option 05: 3069,6138,12276 Mbit/s
∗The Option 02 and 04 cannot be mounted at the same time.
2
Modulation frequency: 10 Hz to 80 MHz
Amplitude: 0 to 3200 UIp-p
Resolution: 0.001 UIp-p (0.5 UI range), 0.01 UIp-p (20, 40, 80 UI range), 1 UIp-p (800, 1600, 3200 UI range)
Jitter amplitude (UIp-p)
A3
800/1600/3200 UI range (2488M/4977M/9953M)
–20 dB/dec
A3'
20/40/80 UI range (2488M/4977M/9953M)
A2
–20 dB/dec
A2'
0.5 UI range
A1
f0
Jitter generation
f1 f2
f3 f4'
Jitter frequency (Hz)
f4
f5
Bit rate
(bit/s)
f0
(Hz)
f1
(Hz)
f2
(Hz)
f3
(kHz)
f4
(MHz)
f4’
(kHz)
f5
(MHz)
A1
A2’
A2
A3’
A3
(UIp-p) (UIp-p) (UIp-p) (UIp-p) (UIp-p)
2488M
10
15
480
100
2
100
20
0.5
1
20
25
800
4977M
10
15
480
100
2
100
40
0.5
2
40
50
1600
9953M
10
15
480
100
2
100
80
0.5
4
80
100
3200
Accuracy:
±5% ±10 UIp-p/Fr (3200 UI range), ±5% ±8 UIp-p/Fr (1600 UI range), ±5% ±5 UIp-p/Fr (800 UI range),
±5% ±0.8 UIp-p/Fr (80 UI range), ±5% ±0.6 UIp-p/Fr (40 UI range), ±5% ±0.3 UIp-p/Fr (20 UI range),
±5% ±0.1 UIp-p/Fr (0.5 UI range/10G), ±5% ±0.08 UIp-p/Fr (0.5 UI range/5G), ±5% ±0.05 UIp-p/Fr (0.5 UI range/2.5G)
Fr: 100 kHz (0.5, 20, 40, 80 UI range), 10 Hz (800, 1600, 3200 UI range)
Frequency response error (Fr Hz):
±5% (10 to 20 Hz), ±2% (20 Hz to 300 kHz), ±3% (300 kHz to 1 MHz), ±5% (1 to 3 MHz), ±10% (3 to 10 MHz), ±15% (10 to 80
MHz)
Frequency offset
Auxiliary interface
Range: ±50 ppm (0.1 ppm steps)
Accuracy: ±0.1 ppm (after power-on, calibrates after 60 min. warm-up 23 ±5°C)
External modulation input, external 10 MHz reference input, DCS input, external reference clock input
Jitter amplitude (UIp-p)
Modulation frequency: 100 Hz to 80 MHz
Amplitude: 0 to 4.00 UIp-p, 0 to 1.41 UIrms
Resolution: 0.001 UIp-p/0.001 UIrms (1 UI range), 0.01 UIp-p/0.01 UIrms (4 UI range)
4 UI range
A3
1 UI range
A3'
A2
f0
Jitter measurement
f3
f3
f0
f4 1 UI range
f4 4 UI range
Jitter frequency (Hz)
Bit rate (bit/s)
2488M
4977M
9953M
A2
A3’
A3
(UIp-p) (UIp-p) (UIp-p)
f0
(Hz)
f3
(MHz)
f4
(MHz)
20
1 UI range
0.5
1
—
100
10
4 UI range
0.5
—
4
100
2.5
20
1 UI range
0.5
1
—
100
20
40
4 UI range
0.5
—
4
100
5
40
1 UI range
0.5
1
—
100
40
80
4 UI range
0.5
—
4
100
10
80
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Accuracy
[UIp-p]: ±5% ±W UIp-p (Fr Hz)
[UIrms]: ±5% ±Y UIrms (Fr Hz), Fr: 100 kHz
Frequency response error (Fr Hz):
±5% (10 to 20 Hz), ±2% (20 Hz to 300 kHz), ±3% (300 kHz to 1 MHz), ±5% (1 to 3 MHz), ±10% (3 to 10 MHz), ±15% (10 to 80
MHz)
W (UIp-p)∗1
Bit rate (bit/s)
Jitter measurement
Auxiliary interface
Y (UIrms)∗2
1 UI
4 UI
1 UI
4 UI
2488M
0.05
0.22
0.008
0.08
4977M
0.07
0.24
0.009
0.09
9953M
0.09
0.26
0.010
0.10
∗1: With HP1 + LP, ∗2: With HP + LP
Filters: LP, HP1 + LP, HP1’ + LP, HP2 + LP, HP + LP, HP' + LP
Bit rate (bit/s)
HP1
(kHz)
HP1’
(kHz)
HP2
(MHz)
HP
(kHz)
HP’
(kHz)
LP
(MHz)
2488M
5
—
1
12
—
20
4977M
8
—
2
12
—
40
9953M
10
20
4
12
50
80
Demodulation output
Internal memory
Measurement conditions: 10
Others
GPIB, Buzzer, Time
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 221.5 (H) x 451 (D) mm, ≤23 kg (with options)
Power
100 to 240 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤350 VA
Temperature
10˚ to 40˚C
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
• Operation environment
Applicable
instruments
Pulse Pattern Generators: MP1763C (12.5 GHz), MP1570A (SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer)
Error Detectors: MP1764C (12.5 GHz), MP1570A (SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer)
Network Analyzer: MS4630B (300 MHz, with Option 10)
Recommended
controller
Personal computer: IBM-PC/AT compatible
OS: Windows®95 (English) or Windows®98 (English)
CPU: Pentium (75 MHz or faster)
Memory size: 16 Mbyte min.
HDD free space: ≥300 kbyte for full install
GPIB interface: National Instruments AT-GPIB/TNT (PnP), AT-GPIB/TNT+, PCMCIA-GPIB, or PCMCIA-GPIB+ and Windows® driver
(for Windows®95 or Windows®98)
Swap file size: ≥40 Mbyte guaranteed
Display colors: Set to 256
Number of applications running simultaneously: 1 (unable to run other applications simultaneously)
Windows®95 and Windows®98 are registered trademarks of Microsoft® Corporation.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quality when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MP1777A
Main frame
10 GHz Jitter Analyzer
F0014
B0329D
W1497AE
W1498AE
J0496
J0900E
J0776C
J0008
MX177701A
W1499AE
Standard accessories
AC power cord:
Fuse, 6.3 A:
Front cover:
MP1777A operation manual:
MP1777A remote control operation manual:
APC 3.5 J-J connector:
SMA cable (50 Ω), 1.5 m (AA-165-1500):
BNC cable (50 Ω), 1 m:
GPIB cable, 2 m:
Jitter Performance Test Software∗1:
MX177701A operation manual:
Model/Order No.
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
3
1
1
1
pc
pcs
pc
copy
copy
pcs
pcs
pcs
pc
pc
copy
∗1: Please confirm the operating system.
∗2: 2494.16, 4988.32, 9976.64 MHz
∗3: 2666.0571, 5332.1142, 10664.2284 MHz
∗4: 3062.3629, 6124.7259, 12249.4517 MHz
∗5: 3069,6138,12276 MHz
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Name
MP1777A-01
MP1777A-02
MP1777A-04
MP1777A-05
MP1777A-10
Options
2494M/4988M/9977M jitter∗2
2666M/5332M/10664M jitter∗3
3062M/6124M/12249M jitter∗4
3069M/6138M/12276M jitter∗5
High sensitive input (0.15 to 1.3 Vp-p)
MS4630B
MP1763C
MP1764C
MP1570A
MP9677B
Application equipment
Network Analyzer (10 Hz to 300 MHz, with Option 10)
Pulse Pattern Generator (12.5 GHz)
Error Detector (12.5 GHz)
SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer
E/O, O/E Converter
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DIGITAL DATA ANALYZER
MP1630B
10 kHz to 200 MHz
2
For R&D and Manufacturing of Digital Devices and Equipment
GPIB
OPTION
The MP1630B is a general-purpose bit error measuring instrument
that can provide simultaneous measurements of multi-channel signals and burst signal measurements up to 200 MHz.
The MP1630B is not only for continuous signals – it can measure
burst-signal bit error rates as well. Consequently, it is easily able to
handle burst signals used by TDMA (Time Domain Multiplex Access)
methods and packet/cell transmissions, etc. Both a pulse pattern
generator unit and an error detector unit can be installed in the
MP1630B to measure simultaneously parallel data for 16 channels
using just one unit.
• Mixed pattern generation, selective BER measurement
With the MP1630B, a test pattern can be selected and set for each
channel. Not only can both PRGM and PRBS patterns be used, but
a mixed pattern composed of both PRGM and PRBS patterns can be
generated, too. The packet type and cell type data can be configured
smoothly from the overhead and payload parts. Moreover, the pattern field can split in two to 32 blocks, and a PRGM or PRBS pattern
can be allocated to each column individually. As a result, it is possible to create pseudo-test signals for SDH/ATM, etc., as well as signals for evaluating complex communication protocols.
Features
• 16 channel PPG and ED in one cabinet
• Eye diagram measurement based on BER
Applications
• Testing multi-channel modules for optical interconnection
• E/O, O/E evaluation for optical networks (PON/PDS)
• Testing SDH/ATM equipment and modules
• Testing cable modems for digital CATV
• R&D on TDMA
• R&D on wireless LAN peripherals
• Evaluating next-generation PC interfaces (fiber channel, IEEE 1394,
SSA, ATM-25)
• Evaluating digital demodulators including QPSK/QAM, etc.
• Evaluating IrDA communications equipment
• Evaluating communications LSIs, ASICs/FPGAs, and CCDs, etc.
Performance and functions
• Simultaneous bit error measurement of 16 channels
The MP1630B has 16-channel Pulse Pattern Generator and Error
Detector units and can measure bit errors in parallel and simultaneously. Using the MP1630B shortens the time required to measure
each device to 1/N, thereby greatly improving production efficiency.
• For both continuous and burst data
Continuous data is used in the PDH/SDH transmission system; burst
data is used in the PON (Passive Optical Network) subscriber TDMA
transmission system, as well as in the burst cell unit ATM-PON transmission system. The MP1630B can handle bit error measurement of
both continuous and burst data. It can output burst data for up to 16
channels, and the burst cycle, guard time, preamble length, and data
length can all be varied.
32 block mixed pattern setting screen
• Superior basic functions
A high-performance frequency synthesizer is built into the MP1630B.
It generates stable, accurate signals with high resolution in the 10
kHz to 200 MHz band. In addition, when the optional digital modulator function is used, the jitter tolerance of communications equipment
and devices can also be measured.
In addition to TTL, LVTTL, ECL, and PECL, the pulse pattern generator clock and data output levels can be set to any output (0.25 to 2.5
V at 50 Ω termination; 0.5 to 5.0 V at high) for a variety of interfaces.
The data and clock output delay can be varied at high resolution for
each channel, and there is no need to adjust the cable length for
each signal.
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• One-key/one-parameter operation using customized screens
Measurement of general multi-channel data requires complex operations to manage the large number of measurement parameters. To
make measurement settings simpler, the MP1630B has convenient
customized screens based on the one-key/one parameter operation
used previously in the Anritsu BERTS. It also has a Grouping function which groups together the same measurement items used for
each channel. Common settings (all or pattern-only) are saved as
files on the large internal hard disk.
Pulse pattern generator clock interface screen
Customized screen
• Powerful pattern editor function
10 MHz (V: 800 mV/div, H: 2 ns/div)
Clock delay: –5 to +5 ns/1 ns steps (averaged waveform)
Variable delay characteristics
• Evaluating error correction function using burst error insertion
In addition to having the earlier cyclic and single error-mode insertion functions, the MP1630B has burst-mode insertion functions,
making it ideal for evaluating the efficiency of error-correction codes
used by each type of communication protocol. In particular, it is especially effective for testing digital transmission methods used by
broadcast satellites and mobile phones, etc.
• Evaluating data waveform quality using eye margin measurement
The MP1630B eye margin measurement function can automatically
measure the threshold voltage and phase range below the specified
error rate. It has two measurement modes: the Margin mode and the
Diagram mode. These modes can be selected according to the application.
The MP1630B pulse pattern generator and error detector PRGM
patterns can be edited easily using the keyboard, mouse, or cursor
keys. There are three editing modes matching the various applications: Time, State, and Dump. The Time mode puts time on the horizontal axis and displays the pattern for each channel as a horizontal line. The State mode displays the data of channel 1 as the MSB
and parallel 16 bits (corrected 1 bit from each channel at a time) as
one data item. The Dump mode displays the pattern for the specified
channel as a memory dump image using either binary or hexadecimal code.
Pattern editor (time mode, input waveform)
Margin mode
Diagram mode
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Specifications
Clock
Internal
Operating frequency: 10 kHz to 200 MHz (accuracy: ±2 ppm)
Resolution: 1 kHz steps (>1 to 200 MHz), 100 Hz steps (10 kHz to 1 MHz)
External
Input frequency range: 10 kHz to 200 MHz
Input level: AC, 0.5 to 2.0 Vp-p (50 Ω), BNC connector
External (at locked)
Input frequency range: 10 MHz ±100 ppm, 64 kHz ±100 ppm
Input level: AC, 0.5 to 2.0 Vp-p (50 Ω), BNC connector
2
External modulation input
Modulation frequency range: 10 Hz to 1.3 MHz
Input level range (sine wave): –1 to +1 V (75 Ω), BNC connector
Reference output (jitter-free output): AC, 1 Vp-p (50 Ω), SMA
Jitter: 0 to 50.5 UIp-p (clock frequency: >100 to 200 MHz) ∗Switchable to 50 UI/2 UI range
STM-1 (example)
Jitter modulation function
(option)
Jitter amplitude
[UIp-p]
50.5
50
50 UI range
2 UI range
2.02
2
0.404
0.2
0.01
0.1 0.5
2.6 6.5
65
260
1300 [kHz]
Modulation frequency
Test pattern (pulse pattern
generator, error detector)
PRBS Pattern: 2n – 1 (n: 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 23, 31), variable mark ratio, logic selectable
Zero substitution pattern: 2n (n: 7, 9, 11, 15); pattern length: n to 2n – 1, logic selectable
PRGM pattern: 2 to 65,536 bits/channel bit length, logic selectable
Mixed pattern: Mixed PRGM and PRBS pattern, logic selectable
∗Block numbers: 2 to 32 [PRGM bit length/block: 8 to 8,912 bits; PRBS bit length/block: 8 to 131,072 bits
(depend on block numbers)]
PON pattern [TDMA test patterns with preamble inserted in ahead of Mixed patterns (PRGM and PRBS)]
Preamble (1010...): 0 to 64 bits; guard time: –2,097,083 to 2,097,067 bits (1 bit resolution)
Burst mode: Internal (burst cycle: 0.1 to 10 ms), external (enable length: 8 to 2,097,144 bits)
Pattern edit function
Edit mode: Dump, timing diagram, state table
Edit results storage: Internal HDD or FDD
Error insertion
Each channel, simultaneous or independently
Error type: Normal, burst
Normal mode (internal: cyclic or single, external)
Error rate: 10–n (n: 3 to 9)
Insert area: Entire area, selected blocks (in Mixed pattern or PON pattern)
Burst mode (internal/external)
Error rate: 10–n (n: 2 to 9)
Internal enable length: 20 to 140 ms (resolution: 20 ms)
Internal cycle: 1 to 10 s (resolution: 1 s)
External mode: Error of specified rate inserted in external signal enable period
Data/clock output
Output No.: 16 (multipin connector), output on/off and logic selectable
Output waveform: NRZ (data), RZ (clock)
Output level: ECL, PECL, TTL, LVTTL, VAR
VAR range
Amplitude: 0.5 to 5 V (10 mV steps, high impedance), 0.25 to 2.5 V (5 mV steps, 50 Ω)
Offset: –4.5 to + 5 V (5 mV steps, high impedance), –2.25 to + 2.5 V (2.5 mV steps, 50 Ω)
Rise/fall times (typ.): 1.3 ns (1 Vp-p, 50 Ω termination)
Clock delay: –5 to +5 ns (100 ps steps)
Data skew: –5 to +5 ns (100 ps steps)
Data/clock input
Input No.: 16, logic selectable, multipin connector
Input waveform: NRZ (data), RZ (clock)
Input level: ECL, PECL, TTL, LVTTL, VAR
VAR input range
Amplitude: 0.5 to 5 V (50 Ω)
Threshold level: –5 to + 5 V (5 mV steps, in 50 Ω to GND termination)
Clock delay: –5 to +5 ns (100 ps steps)
Measurement data
Channel No.: 16 channels simultaneous measurement (selectable measurement channels)
Signal format: Continuous or burst (internal/external)
Bit error measurement
Alarm measurement
Error detection: All, insertion, omission
Measurement region: All, PRGM, PRBS selectable, and each block selectable with block configuration
Display
Error rate: 0 x 10–16 to 1.0000 x 100
Error count: 0 to 9999999, 1.0000 x 107 to 9.9999 x 1016
Error interval: 0 to 9999999, 1.0000 x 107 to 9.9999 x 1016
Error free interval: 0.0000 to 100.0000%
Error performance: ITU-T Rec. G.821
Measurement mode: Single, repeat, untimed (1 second to 99 days 23 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds)
Auto sync: ON/OFF switchable [threshold value: 1 x 10–n (n: 2 to 8)], with autosearch function
Detected items: Power loss, clock loss, pattern sync loss (PRGM, PRBS)
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Frequency measurement
Measurement range: 10 kHz to 200 MHz
Effective digits: 6 digits
Resolution: 100 Hz
Accuracy: ± (1 count ±10 ppm)
Eye margin measurement
(based on BER)
Measures eye margin or eye diagram of specified data (1 channel)
Eye margin: Displays threshold margin and phase margin as numeric values
Eye diagram: Displays width of eye aperture as two-dimensional graph using bit-error measurement
Delay measurement
Mode: Single/repeat
Unit: Time/bit numbers
Range
Time: 0 to 999 µs (1 µs steps), 1 to 999 ms (1 ms steps), 1 to 10 s (1 s steps)
Bits: 231 bits (max.)
Time out: 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10 s
I/O signal for
burst BER
measurement
Pulse
pattern
generator
External burst input
Level: TTL (H: Enable, L: Disable), BNC connector
Burst trigger output (index signal for each burst data)
Output No.: 16 (for each data output), bit delay function
Level: ECL, –2 V (50 Ω), multipin connector
Auxiliary output (PON system envelope, or AGC reset signal; usable as normal control signal)
Output No.: 8 (selectable channel), 1 (OR output for each channel), bit delay function, logic selectable
Level: ECL or TTL (≤100 Mb/s), multipin connector
Error
detector
Burst trigger input
Input No.: 16 (for each data input)
Level: ECL, –2 V (50 Ω), multipin connector
Other I/O signals
Sync signal output (pulse pattern generator, error detector)
Sync source: 1/1 clock, 1/8 clock, PRGM pattern, PRBS pattern
Level: 0/–1 V (50 Ω), BNC connector
External error input (pulse pattern generator)
Error mode: Normal, burst
Level: TTL, BNC connector
Trigger output (pulse pattern generator)
Trigger source: Unique pattern index for delay measurement or pattern block index in MIX/PON pattern
Level: 0/–1 V (50 Ω), multipin connector
Trigger input (error detector)
Trigger source: For delay measurement
Level: 0/–1 V (50 Ω), multipin connector
System environment
Platform: Microsoft Windows operating system version 3.1
Display: Color LCD, touch screen, 640 x 480 dots, 256 colors
Printer: Parallel port for printer, D-sub 25-pin connector
Keyboard: 101 keys (English), PS2 mini-DIN 6-pin connector
Mouse: Serial, PS2 mini-DIN 6-pin connector
FDD: 2 mode (1.44 MB, 740 KB)
HDD
C drive: ≥1,380 MB (for measurement data, patterns)
D drive: 30 MB (not released to user, interface: IDE)
Remote control
RS-232C (standard), GPIB (option): IEEE488.2, Ethernet (option): 10 Base-T
Other functions
Sound: When error or alarm detected, panel lock function, self check function
Power
100 to 120/200 to 240 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤1,000 VA
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 221.5 (H) x 451 (D) mm, ≤29 kg
Operating temperature
5˚ to 40˚C
The specifications are with the MU163000A (200M Clock Generator Unit), MU163020B (200M 16CH Pulse Pattern Generator Unit), and MU163040B (200M 16CH
Error Detector Unit) installed in the MP1630B main frame.
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MP1630B
Name
Main frame
Digital Data Analyzer
Z0396A
W1442AE
W1443AE
W1450AE
Standard accessories
Power cord (shielded):
Fuse, 10 A:
PS/2 mouse:
Input pen:
MP1630B recovery disk (only for MP1630B
customer):
MP1630B application disk (only for MP1630B
customer):
MP1630B remote sample disk (only for
MP1630B customer):
Pen holder:
MP1630B operation manual:
MP1630B remote control operation manual:
MP1630B auto adjust operation manual:
MP1630B-01∗1
MP1630B-02∗1
Options
GPIB (GPIB interface board)
Ethernet (Ethernet interface board)
Z0321A
J0008
MB24B
B0348
B0329D
B0333D
Peripherals
Keyboard (PS/2)
GPIB cable
Portable Test Rack (specified current: 10 A)
Soft case
Front cover
Rack mount kit
MU163000A∗1
Plug-in unit
200M Clock Generator Unit
W1187AE
Standard accessories
MU163000A operation manual:
J0491
F0087
Z0319A
Z0320
Z0388
Z0389
Z0390
1
2
1
1
pc
pcs
pc
pc
Model/Order No.
Name
MU163040B∗1, ∗ 2
Plug-in unit
200M 16CH Error Detector Unit
J0828
J0829
J0693D
W1444AE
11 pc
7 pc
J0776D
1
1
1
1
1
pc
pc
copy
copy
copy
J0824
J0825
J0826
J0827
J0858
J0859
J0860
J0861
Standard accessories
Multi-core cable, (16 pins), 0.5 m:
2
Multi-core cable, (17 pins), 0.5 m:
1
SMA cable, 0.27 m:
1
MU163020B/163040B operation manual
(not supplied when Pulse Pattern Generator Unit
purchased at same time):
1
2
pcs
pc
pc
copy
Peripherals
Coaxial cord (BNC-P-3W · 3D-2W · BNC-P-3W), 2 m
(double shield)
BNC multi-core cable (16 pins), 1 m
BNC multi-core cable (9 pins), 1 m
SMA multi-core cable (16 pins), 1 m
SMA multi-core cable (9 pins), 1 m
SMA multi-core cable (16 pins), 2 m
SMA multi-core cable (9 pins), 2 m
BNC multi-core cable (16 pins), 2 m
BNC multi-core cable (9 pins), 2 m
∗1: Factory option
∗2: Requires multi-core cable shown in peripherals (sold separately) for measurements
Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Microsoft Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Windows is an abbreviation for Microsoft Windows Operating System.
Other product names used in this brochure are registered trademarks or products of their respective owners or manufactures.
1 copy
Option
MU163000A-01∗1 Jitter addition
J0776D
Peripherals
Coaxial cord (BNC-P-3W · 3D-2W · BNC-P-3W), 2 m
(double shield)
MU163020B∗1, ∗2
Plug-in unit
200M 16CH Pulse Pattern Generator Unit
J0693B
W1444AE
Standard accessories
SMA cable, 0.27 m:
MU163020B/163040B operation manual:
J0776D
J0824
J0825
J0826
J0827
J0858
J0859
J0860
J0861
2 pcs
1 copy
Peripherals
Coaxial cord (BNC-P-3W · 3D-2W · BNC-P-3W), 2 m
(double shield)
BNC multi-core cable, (16 pins), 1 m
BNC multi-core cable, (9 pins), 1 m
SMA multi-core cable, (16 pins), 1 m
SMA multi-core cable, (9 pins), 1 m
SMA multi-core cable, (16 pins), 2 m
SMA multi-core cable, (9 pins), 2 m
BNC multi-core cable, (16 pins), 2 m
BNC multi-core cable, (9 pins), 2 m
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DIGITAL DATA ANALYZER
MP1632C
50 MHz to 3.2 GHz
For Development, Manufacturing and Inspection of Transmission Systems, Optical Modules and Logic Devices
GPIB
OPTION
Core networks and computer networks are increasing rapidly as the
volume of data transmitted in this multimedia data is growing. In addition to the STM-16/OC-48 (2.488 Gbit/s), Fibre channel, Giga-bit
Ethernet, etc. are being commercialized. Compact and high performance digital data analyzer are required for inspecting products like
digital transmission systems, optical modules, and logic devices.
The MP1632C realizes a compact solution that incorporates former
measuring equipment (MP1652A Pulse Pattern Generator and
MP1653A Error Detector) into a case.
MX163201A TEXT to MP1632A/C Pattern Conversion Software,
MX163202A MP165X to MP1632A/C Pattern Conversion Software,
MX163205A Q and Eye Analysis Software, and MX163206A SDH/
SONET Pattern Editor are available as application software.
Features
• 3.2 Gb/s PPG and ED in a case
• Eye diagram measurement and burst signal measurement supported
Performance and functions
• Easy operation
The MP1632C has a large, color LCD with touch screen. Microsoft
Windows ® operating system version 3.1 displays measurement results graphically. Customized screens enable one-key and one-parameter operation.
• High-quality pulse pattern generator
Programmable patterns of 8 Mbit max, PRBS patterns [(27 – 1) to
(231 – 1) with variable mark ratio], and zero substitution patterns can
be generated. Variable cross-point of data output waveform is also
supported.
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DATA
Clock
H: 100 ps/div, V: 1 V/div
MU163220C output waveform (3.2 GHz)
• Error detector with many functions
High input sensitivity (25 mVp-p∗) and wide phase margin (250 ps∗)
performance is provided. The autosearch function enables PRBS
pattern search with usual phase and threshold search. Insertion error and omission error can be measured simultaneously.
∗Typical values at 3 Gb/s, PRBS 223 – 1
• Internal synthesizer with high signal purity (Option)
Highly pure signals, SSB phase noise characteristics of –85 dBc/Hz
or less (10 kHz offset), is generated.
• Support of various applications
The MP1632C supports testing of SDH/SONET (STM-0, 1, 4, 16/
OC-1, 3, 12, 48) devices and modules, research and development on
WDM components, Fibre channels, Giga-bit Ethernet, evaluation of
E/O and O/E module, GaAs IC, and high-speed ASIC/FPGAs
DIGITAL LINK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Specifications
• MU163220C 3.2G Pulse Pattern Generator
Operating frequency
10 MHz to 3.2 GHz (50 MHz to 3.2 GHz when using MP1632C-03 3.2G Internal Synthesizer)
External clock input
0.5 to 2 Vp-p (<0.5 GHz: square wave, ≥0.5 GHz: square wave or sine wave, 50% duty cycle)
Generation pattern
Pseudo random pattern (PRBS)
Pattern length: 2 n – 1 (n: 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 23, 31)
Mark ratio: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 0/8, 1/2, 3/4, 7/8, 8/8
AND bit shift upon mark ratio setting: 1, 3 bits
Data pattern
Data length: 2 to 8,338,608 bits
Zero substitution pattern
Continuous 0 bit length: 1 to (pattern length – 1) bits
Pattern length: 2 n (n: 7, 9, 11, 15)
Error insertion
Error ratio: 10–n (n: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9), single error
External error input: Provided
Data output
Number of outputs: 2 (DATA/DATA, independent)
Amplitude: 0.5 to 2 Vp-p (10 mV steps, setting error: ±15% or ±0.1 V, whichever is greater)
Offset voltage
VOH: –2 to +2 V (at 2 Vp-p amplitude), –3.5 to +2 V (at 0.5 Vp-p amplitude)
(5 mV steps, setting error: ±15% of offset voltage, ±0.1 V or ±15% of amplitude, whichever is the greatest)
Display: VOH, VTH, and VOL selectable
Rise/fall time: ≤80 ps (10% to 90% of amplitude)
Pattern jitter: ≤30 psp-p
Waveform distortion: 10% or 0.1 V of amplitude, whichever is greater
Load impedance: 50 Ω (with back termination)
Connector: SMA
DATA/DATA tracking: DATA amplitude and offset voltage can be set to same value as DATA.
Crosspoint adjustment function: Provided
Clock output
Number of output: 2 (CLOCK/CLOCK, independent)
Amplitude: 0.5 to 2 Vp-p (10 mV steps, setting error: ±15% or ±0.1 V, whichever is greater)
Offset voltage
VOH : –2 to +2 V (at 2 Vp-p amplitude), –3.5 to +2 V (at 0.5 Vp-p amplitude)
(5 mV steps, setting error: ±15% of offset voltage, ±0.1 V or ±15% of amplitude, whichever is the greatest)
Display: VOH, VTH, and VOL selectable
Rise/fall time: ≤80 ps (10% to 90% of amplitude)
Load impedance: 50 Ω (with back termination)
Connector: SMA
Clock delay: –1 to +1 ns (2 ps steps)
External burst trigger input
Input level: 0/–1 V, connector: SMA
Internal burst signal
Burst cycle: 2 µs to 50 ms (1 µs steps), Enable length: 1 µs to 49.999 ms (1 µs steps)
2
Burst trigger output
Output level: 0/–1 V, connector: SMA
Sync signal output
Number of outputs: 1 (1/8 clock, variable pattern synchronization output selectable), Output level: 0/–1 V, Connector: SMA
Operating temperature
+5 to +45˚C
Power
≤200 VA
Dimensions and mass
232 (W) x 49 (H) x 449 (D) mm, ≤4.5 kg
• MU163240C 3.2G Error Detector
Operating frequency
10 MHz to 3.2 GHz (50 MHz to 3.2 GHz when using MP1632C-03 3.2G Internal Synthesizer)
Data input
Input waveform: NRZ
Input voltage: 0.5 to 4 Vp-p
Variable threshold voltage: –4 to +4 V (1 mV steps)
Termination: Connected to GND, –2 V or +3 V via 50 Ω
Connector: SMA
Clock input
Input waveform: Square wave (<0.5 GHz), square wave or sine wave (≥0.5 GHz), duty: 50%
Input amplitude: 0.5 to 4 Vp-p
Variable input delay: –1 to +1 ns (2 ps steps)
Polarity inversion: POS/NEG inversion selectable
Termination: Connected to GND, –2 V or +3 V via 50 Ω
Connector: SMA
Auto search function
Phase, threshold, phase & threshold, PRBS pattern (allowed if the mark ratio is between 1/8 and 7/8)
Receive pattern
Pseudo random pattern (PRBS)
Pattern length: 2 n – 1 (n: 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 23, 31)
Marker ratio: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 0/8, 1/2, 3/4, 7/8, 8/8
AND bit shift upon mark ratio setting: 1, 3 bits
Data pattern
Data length: 2 to 8,338,608 bits
Zero substitution pattern
Continuous 0 bit length: 1 to (pattern length – 1) bits
Pattern length: 2 n (n: 7, 9, 11, 15)
Sync mode
Normal, frame
Sync threshold
AUTO or 10–n (n: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)
Error detection mode
Omission, insertion, total
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Measurement items
Error rate: 0.0000 x 10–16 to 1.0000 x 100
Number of errors: 0 to 9.9999 x 1016
Error interval (async): 0 to 9999999 (Interval: 100 ms, 1 s)
Error free interval (EFI): 0.0000 to 100.0000%
Clock frequency: 0.01 to 3.2 GHz (resolution: 1 Hz, accuracy: 10 ppm ±1 kHz)
Eye margin measurement
function
Provided
Error performance
calculation function
Provided
Measurement channel mask
1 to 8 channels, each channel settable independently
Error output
Number of output: 1 (1/32 bit rate OR error), Output level: 0/–1, Connector: SMA
Sync signal output
Number of outputs: 1 (switchable among 1/8 clock, fixed pattern sync, sync gain output)
Output level: 0/–1 V, Connector: SMA
Burst trigger input
Input level: 0/–1 V, connector: SMA
Operating temperature
+5˚ to +45˚C
Power
≤250 VA
Dimensions and mass
232 (W) x 54 (H) x 449 (D) mm, ≤5 kg
• MP1632C (Main frame)
OS: Microsoft Windows ® operating system Version 3.1
Display: 10.4 inch, color LCD (touch screen), 640 x 480 dots, 256 colors
Printer: Parallel port for external printer (D-sub, 25-pins)
Keyboard: 101 type (English), PS/2 (mini DIN 6-pin connector)
Mouse: Serial, PS/2 (mini DIN, 6-pin connector)
FDD: 2 modes (1.44 MB, 740 KB)
HDD
C drive: ≥474 MB (used for system: measurement data, pattern), D drive: ≥30 MB (not accessible to users, interface: IDE)
System environment
Remote control
RS-232C (standard), GPIB (option): IEEE488.2, Ethernet (option): 10 Base-T
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
Power supply
100 to 120 Vac/200 to 240 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤150 VA
Operating temperature
+5˚ to +45˚C
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 221.5 (H) x 451(D) mm, ≤20 kg
• 3.2G internal synthesizer (Option 03)
Frequency range
50 MHz to 3.2 GHz (1 kHz steps)
Frequency accuracy
±2 ppm
SSB phase noise
≤–85 dBc/Hz (10 kHz offset, 1 kHz bandwidth)
Non-harmonic
spurious
≤–60 dBc (limited to spurious 10 kHz or more
distant from carrier frequency)
Reference lock range
10 MHz ±10 ppm
Power
≤50 VA
Mass
≤5 kg
• Eye diagram template (Option 20)
Required system
MP1632A
Function
Adding templates on the MP1632A’s eye diagram
result screen
• MX163201A TEXT to MP1632A/C Pattern Conversion Software
Required system
Computer: IBM-PC/AT or full compatible, OS: Windows 3.1/95/98, CPU: Pentium 133 MHz or higher, Memory: 32 MB or more,
Hard disk space: 25 MB or more
Display
Resolution: 640 x 480 or more, Display colors: 256 or more
FDD: 3.5-inch (1.44 MB)
Text file
A text file describing the program pattern in hex format (maximum number of characters in a line: 32696 bits including spaces
and return characters)
MP1632A/C pattern data
file (PTN)
All the MP1632A/C set data and patterns (file format for reading/writing on the MP1632A/C main screen)
MP1632A/C pattern clip
file (PCP)
Only patterns (a file format that can be read or written in the MP1632A/C Pattern Editor)
• MX163202A MP165X to MP1632A/C Pattern Conversion Software
Required system
Computer: IBM-PC/AT or full compatible, OS: Windows 3.1/95/98, CPU: Pentium 133 MHz or higher, Memory: 32 MB or more,
Hard disk space: 25 MB or more
Display
Resolution: 640 x 480 or more, Display colors: 256 or more
FDD: 3.5-inch (1.2/1.44 MB)
Input file
MP165X program pattern files: MP165X’s reading/writing and edit
File name: T∗∗.PTN (for pulse pattern generator ), R∗∗.PTN (for error detector)
Output file
MP1632A/C pattern data file (PTN):
All the MP1632A/C set data and patterns (file format for reading/writing on the MP1632A/C main screen)
MP1632A/C pattern clip file (PCP): Only patterns (File format that can be read or written in the MP1632A/C’s pattern editor.)
Note: Since the FD format of MP165X is 1.2 MB, the PC must read 1.2 MB format FD.
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• MX163205A Q and Eye Analysis Software
Required system
Function
Computer: IBM-PC/AT or full compatible, OS: Windows 95/98/NT, CPU: Pentium 166 MHz or higher,
Memory: 64 MB or more, Hard disk space: 100 MB or more,
GPIB: National Instruments made GPIB interface (PCMCIA-GPIB or AT- GPIB/TNT series boards are recommended.)
Display
Resolution: 800 x 600 or more, Display colors: 256 or more
∗If two or more applications are running simultaneously, operation cannot be guaranteed.
2
Measurement frequency: 1 to 3.2 GHz
Measurement patterns: PRGM, PRBS 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 23, 31
Pattern format: Continuous/burst (To be synchronized within 1 s)
Eye margin measurement
Measurement resolution (threshold): 1 to 10 mV (1 mV steps), Measurement resolution (phase): 2 to 10 ps (2 ps steps),
Measurement rate: E-2 to E-15
Eye diagram measurement
Measurement resolution (phase): 2 to 10 ps (2 ps steps)
Measurement rate: E-2 to E-15 (actual measurement), E-3 to E-12 (estimate measurement)
Display rate: E-2 to E-15 (actual measurement), E-2 to E-4915 (estimate measurement)
Mask test judgment rate: E-2 to E-15
Q factor measurement
Measurement style: Multiple measurements at fixed phase/phase vs. Q factor measurements
Bit error rate range: Upper limit at E-3 to E-5, lower limit at E-7 to E-12
Minimum error count (measurement accuracy): 1, 10, 100, 1000
Vth shift width: Automatic, fixed (1 to 10 mV/1 mV steps)
• MX163206A SDH/SONET Pattern Editor
Required system
Functions
Computer: IBM-PC/AT or full compatible, CPU: Pentium 200 MHz or higher, OS: Windows 95/98/NT, Memory: 64 MB or more
Display
Resolution: 800 x 600 or more; Display colors: 256 or more
FDD: 3.5-inch (1.44 MB), Hard disk space: 100 MB or more,
GPIB: National Instruments made GPIB interface (PCMCIA-GPIB or AT-GPIB/TNT series boards are recommended.)
SDH/SONET pattern editor
Mapping: STM-N (N = 1, 4c, 12c, 16c), STS-N SPE (N = 1, 3c, 12c, 48c)
Pattern edit: Arbitrary editing of program patterns (PRBS pattern can be inserted in the payload.), time indication, table indication/edit
Payload:
Free format, ALL 0, ALL 1, PRBS 2n – 1 (n = 7, 9, 11, 15, 20, 20z, 23, 31) ∗Pattern repetition up to the length of all frames
CID pattern: Available
Frame repetition : Maximum 26 frames
Alarm addition:
Alarm addition conforming to SDH/SONET Standard
∗items: OOF/LOF, MS-AIS (L-AIS), MS-RDI (L-RDI), MS-REI (L-REI), HP-AIS (P-AIS), HP-REI (P-REI), HP-RDI (P-RDI)
BIP error addition: Generates parity errors of B1, B2, and B3
B1, B2, and B3 calculation: Available
Scramble: Available
BIP correction: Available
OH editor: Available
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation of the U.S. in the United States and other countries. IBM and AT are registered trademarks of
International Business Machines. Pentium is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. PCMCIA-GPIB and AT-GPIB/TNT are registered trademarks of National
Instruments.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
Model/Order No.
MP1632C
Main frame
Digital Data Analyzer
F0090
Z0319A
Z0320
Z0347
Z0393
Z0395
Z0396A
W1859AE
W1860AE
B0447B
Standard accessories
Power cord (shielded):
Fuse, 8 A:
PS/2 mouse:
Input pen:
Recovery disk∗1:
Application disk∗1:
Remote sample disk∗1:
Pen holder:
MP1632C operation manual:
MP1632C remote control operation manual:
Dummy unit for EXTENSION:
MP1632C-01
MP1632C-02
MP1632C-03
Options
GPIB
Ethernet
3.2G internal synthesizer
MX163201A
MX163202A
MX163205A
MX163206A
Application software
TEXT to MP1632A/C Pattern Conversion Software
MP165X to MP1632A/C Pattern Conversion Software
Q and Eye Analysis Software
SDH/SONET Pattern Editor
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
pc
pcs
pc
pc
set
set
set
pc
copy
copy
pc
∗1: Only for MP1632C customer
∗2: Units are factory options (not user replaceable)
∗3: Not supplied when 3.2G pulse pattern generator purchased as same time
Z0321A
J0008
B0447A
B0447C
B0447D
Z0416
MB24B
B0348
B0329D
B0333D
J0905A
Z0398
W1529AE
Name
Peripherals
Keyboard (PS/2)
GPIB cable, 2 m
Dummy unit for CG
Dummy unit for PPG
Dummy unit for ED
3.5 inch head cleaning disk
Portable Test Rack (specified current: 20 A)
Soft case
Front cover
Rack mount kit
Semi-rigid cable (for Option 03)
Ethernet installation disk (for Option 02)
Ethernet operation manual (for Option 02)
MU163220C
3.2G Pulse Pattern Generator∗2
J0693A
J0696A
W1857AE
Z0306A
Standard accessories
Coaxial cord (HRM202B · 3D2W · HRM202B), 1 m:
Coaxial cord (AA-165-500), 0.5 m:
MU163220C/163240C operation manual:
Wrist strap:
MU163240C
3.2G Error Detector∗2
J0693A
J0696A
W1857AE
Standard accessories
Coaxial cord (HRM202B · 3D2W · HRM202B), 1 m: 1 pc
Coaxial cord (AA-165-500), 0.5 m:
2 pcs
MU163220C/163240C operation manual∗3:
1 copy
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2
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pc
pcs
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SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM ANALYZER
MP1570A
1.5 Mbit/s to 10 Gbit/s
Comprehensive Testing of Core Networks from One Compact Portable Analyzer
GPIB
OPTION
The MP1570A analyzer is designed for development, manufacturing,
construction, maintenance, and inspection of SDH, SONET, PDH,
and ATM equipment and networks.
A variety of plug-in units and options are available that offer the flexibility to the users to configure various analysis systems for different
applications.
The MP1570A is scalable from 1.5 Mbit/s to 10 Gbit/s, and has six
slots to install the plug-in units required for SDH, SONET and PDH
tests at bit different rates. Installing the appropriate combinations of
plug-in units can also perform ATM, jitter and wander tests conform
to ITU-T O.171/O.172.
The MP1570A conforms to the ITU-T recommendations and Bellcore
standards, and supports concatenation mapping, tandem connection, APS measurement, CID measurement and POS measurement.
The user can measure 1.5 Mbit/s to 10 Gbit/s signals using a single
MP1570A; previously, this required several measuring instruments.
The MP1570A has a built-in printer and a 3.5-inch floppy disk drive
as standard output devices to print measurement results, and to
save and read measurement data to and from the floppy disk (FD),
which can also be read on an external PC. The user can also save
screen data to the FD. The MP1570A has a "HELP" key function that
explains operations, functions and connections.
SDH, SONET and PDH measurement
• Measurement at bit rates from 1.5 Mbit/s to 10 Gbit/s
Mapping
• Overhead setting and testing
The user can modify and capture the overhead, and test the overhead portion with overhead change, pointer 64 frames, overhead
add/drop and overhead bit errors.
• APS function
The user can test the automatic protection switch (APS) by measuring the equipment switching time accurately in milliseconds. The
MP1570A also conforms to ITU-T Rec. G.783 and G.841.
A mapping route to a bit rate of up to 10 Gbit/s can be set.
The MP1570A mainly supports SDH, SONET, and Japanese mapping, European PDH and North American DSn for digital communications. For concatenation mapping, a route can be set from STM1c/STS-3c up to STM-64c/STS-192c. Furthermore, the MP1570A
supports a combination of channels. For example, 64 channels of
VC4c/STS3c, 16 channels of VC4-4c/STS-12c, and four channels of
VC4-16c/STS-48c (See Figure 1 or Figure 2 in page 154 or 155).
APS test sub-screen
• Mixed payload
At mapping measurement in TUG-3 and AU3, the user can set different mapping for three additional channels other than the target
measurement channel.
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• Tandem connection
• Wander measurement (option)
The N1/Z5 and N2/Z6 bytes can be set and measured.
• Various analysis functions
The internal optical power meter and frequency counter allows the
user to measure optical power and frequency during error and alarm
measurement without changing the connections of the signal cables.
The MP1570A can capture any SOH/TOH or POH (1 byte), K1/ K2
byte, or H1/H2 byte in 1023 frames to analyze errors and alarms, and
check APS operation.
Measured errors and alarms can be displayed as a graph with a time
scale in 1 second, 1 minute, 15 minutes, or 60 minutes.
• Pointer value monitoring
Changes in pointer value can be displayed as a graph with values
updated in real time.
• MUX/DEMUX function (option)
When the MUX/DEMUX option is added, the multiplexing structure
including the frame alignment signal can be generated, and multiplexer/demultiplexer measurement can be performed.
• Non frame pattern/CID pattern
Frames can be set on/off at all bit rates. CID pattern can generate or
analysis at SONET/SDH measurements.
• Through modes
One of the three through modes can be selected: (1) Transparent, (2)
Overhead/Overwrite, and (3) Payload/Overwrite. The external
DS1/DS3/PDH signal can be added/dropped to/from payload at payload overwrite.
• Enhanced error/alarm simulation
The MP1570A can generate normal and abnormal frames alternately to test the frame synchronization function of terminal equipment.
(This is an SDH/SONET FAS error addition function.)
• Easily operated pointer sequence test (combined jitter measurement)
Able to generate the justification pattern conforming to ITU-T G.783
from the transmission equipment side, and simultaneously make the
tributary signal offset variable. This makes the combined jitter test
possible.
Subdivides the bandwidth of the wander measurement into three
ranges, and can analyze the wander factor caused by temperature
change, pointer, etc. It can also perform measurements conforming
to ITU-T O.172.
• Through jitter function (only SONET/SDH)
Able to generate the jitter by through, while monitoring the input jitter
quality.
Jitter, wander measurements (1.5 Mbit/s to 2.5 Gbit/s)
The jitter/wander measurement conforming to ITU-T O.171/O.172
exceeds these standards in performance evaluation. Automatic measurements, such as jitter tolerance, jitter transfer, and jitter vs. frequency offset are performed in a short time. Various automatic measurements can be achieved with just one unit.
ATM
• Supports ATM from 1.5M to 622M rates
TC layer mappings of 622M, 156M, 52M, 139M, 45M, 34M, 2M and
1.5M are supported along with ATM mappings of O.191, AAL1,
AAL2, AAL3/4, and AAL5, which makes the MP1570A ideal for various combinations of layers. The VPI/VCI for 1023 channels can be
detected automatically, and the presence/absence of alarms, cell
count, and non-conforming cell count can be displayed graphically,
for easy comparison of line channel traffic.
• 1- and 2-point CDV in conformance with I.356
When measuring delay in cell traffic, either 1-point CDV or 2-point
CDV conforming to ITU-T Rec. I.356 can be selected according to
the conditions.
• Simultaneous display of error cells, inserted error cells and
lost cells
The error/alarm generation conditions can be displayed both numerically and graphically to give a visual impression of the traffic conditions.
• Traffic monitoring
The constantly changing traffic can be displayed as a graph for the
selected-one-channel VPI/VCI.
IP-over-SONET/SDH, IP-over-ATM (option)
Programs IP/PPP at will transmits it, picks PPP packet from capture
memory (option), displays it and supports high-speed POS router
evaluation. And programs IP in the AAL5 payload at will transmits it,
picks the IP packet from the cell capture memory, and displays it.
And supports ATM router evaluation.
• IP/PPP header setting
Able to set the value of each header optionally when selecting IPv4
or IPv6. Calculates FCS or header checksum automatically.
• Various wander generation functions (option)
Various wander generations for evaluation are available: such as
TDEV wander tolerance measurement and TDEV wander transfer
characteristics measurement that were regulated by ITU-T, ANSI,
Bellcore, and ETSI.
• PPP packet transmission and real time count
Transmits the three types of packets (can be set separately) by optional sequence (the idle length between each packet can be set simultaneously.). Displays the number of Tx packets and Rx ppp packets at real time.
• PPP packet capture and display
Samples PPP packet from the capture memory, and displays IP
header. Detects FCS error and displays it in red.
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Specifications
• MP0121A 2/8/34/139/156M*1 Unit
Bit rate
2.048, 8.448, 34.368, 139.264 Mbit/s
Level/waveform
Conforms to ITU-T G.703 (with 20 dB monitoring point)
Connectors
BNC (75 Ω, unbalanced), 3-pin Siemens (120 Ω, balanced)
2.048 Mbit/s: HDB3 (balanced/unbalanced)
8.448, 34.368 Mbit/s: HDB3 (unbalanced)
139.264 Mbit/s: CMI (unbalanced)
Clock
Internal (accuracy: ±7 ppm, jitter unit not installed), external (ECL [AC] 50 Ω), received signal
Frame format
Unframed: 2, 8, 34, 139 Mbit/s
Framed: 2 Mbit/s (with/without CRC-4 at channels 30/31, G.704), 8 Mbit/s (G.742), 34 Mbit/s (G.751), 139 Mbit/s (G.751),
MUX/DEMUX (Option 06)
Test patterns
PRBS: 211 – 1, 215 – 1, 220 – 1, 223 – 1 (O.151)
Invert: On/off
Word: 16-bit programmable, all 0, all 1
Error addition
Bit (all, test pattern), code, E-bit
Timing: Single, rate (1E–3, 1E–4, 1E–5, 1E–6, 1E–7)
FAS: n in 16 (n: 1 to 4), all
Alarm addition
LOS, LOF, AIS, RDI, RDI (MF)
Timing: All
Measurements
Mode: Single, repeat, manual
In-service
Errors: Frame, code, CRC-4, E-bit
Alarms: Power-fail, LOS, AIS, LOF, MF loss, RDI, RDI (MF)
Error performance: G.821 (inc. Annex D), M.2100, G.826
Out-of-service
Errors: Frame, code, CRC-4, E-bit, bit
Alarms: Power-fail, LOS, AIS, LOF, MF loss, RDI, RDI (MF), sync loss
Error performance: G.821 (inc. Annex D), M.2100, G.826
LEDs
LOS, AIS, LOF, MF loss, RDI, RDI (MF), sync loss, errors
Monitor
Frame word
Trouble search
Auto search for errors/alarms in all measured channels
Delay measurement
0 to 1 s
Auxiliary interface
Clock sync output, frame sync output, error output
∗1: Built-in 156M CMI (electrical) interface
• MP0122A 1.5/45/52M*1 Unit, MP0122B 1.5/45/52/52M*2 (1.31) Unit
Bit rate
1.544, 44.736 Mbit/s
Level/waveform
1.544 Mbit/s: ANSI T1.102 (with 20 dB monitoring point), 0/655 ft
44.736 Mbit/s: ANSI T1.102 (with 20 dB monitoring point), 0/450/900 ft
Connectors
BNC (75 Ω, unbalanced), BANTAM (100 Ω, balanced)
1.544 Mbit/s: AMI/B8ZS (balanced), 44.736 Mbit/s: B3ZS (unbalanced)
Clock
Internal (accuracy: ±7 ppm, jitter unit not installed), external (ECL [AC] 50 Ω) received signal
Frame format
Unframed: 1.5, 45 Mbit/s
Framed: 1.5 Mbit/s (D4, ESF, Japan ESF∗3), 45 Mbit/s (M13, C-bit), MUX/DEMUX (Option 07)
Test patterns
PRBS: 211 – 1, 215 – 1, 220 – 1 (zero suppress), 220 – 1, 223 – 1 (O.151)
Invert: On/off
Word: 16-bit program, all 0, all 1, 3 in 24 (1.5 Mbit/s)
Error addition
Bit (all, test pattern), code, parity, CRC-6, C-bit, REI
Timing: Single, rate (1E–3, 1E–4, 1E–5, 1E–6, 1E–7)
FAS (45 Mbit/s): n in 16 (n: 1 to 4), all
X-bit setting
00, 01, 10, 11
Alarm addition
LOS, LOF, AIS, RDI
Timing: All
Measurements
Mode: Single, repeat, manual
In-service
Errors: FAS, code, parity, CRC-6, C-bit, REI
Alarms: Power-fail, LOS, AIS, LOF, RDI
Error performance: G.821 (inc. Annex D), M.2100, G.826
Out-of-service
Errors: FAS, code, parity, CRC-6, C-bit, REI, bit
Alarms: Power-fail, LOS, AIS, LOF, RDI, sync loss
Error performance: G.821 (inc. Annex D), M.2100, G.826
LEDs
LOS, LOF, AIS, RDI, sync loss, errors
Trouble search
Auto search for errors/alarms in all measured channels
Delay measurement
0 to 1 s
Auxiliary interface
Clock sync output, frame sync output, error output
∗1: Built-in 52M B3ZS (electrical) interface
∗2: Built-in 52M B3ZS (electrical) and optical interfaces
∗3: Mounted Option 09 (Japan mapping)
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Bit rate
51.84, 155.52, 622.08, 2488.32, 9953.28 Mbit/s
Level/waveform
52M (electrical: B3ZS)∗1: ANSI T1.102, 0/450 ft
52M (optical): As per MP0122B unit optical interface specifications
156M (electrical: CMI)∗2: ITU-T G.703
156M (optical): As per optical 156M/622M unit specifications
622M (electrical/optical): As per optical 156M/622M unit and NRZ unit specifications
2488M (electrical/optical): As per 2.5G unit and 2.5G/10G unit specifications
9953M (electrical/optical): As per 2.5G/10G unit specifications
Clock
Internal (accuracy: ±3.5 ppm, jitter unit not installed), Lock (2 MHz, 1.5 MHz, 64 kHz + 8 kHz, 2 Mbit/s, 1.5 Mbit/s),
external (ECL [AC] 50 Ω, 9953M: 1.02 to 0.58 Vp-p, 50 Ω), received signal
Frame
SDH/SONET, CID pattern, non-frame
Mapping
See Fig. 1
2
Through
Trance parent, over head overwrite, payload overwrite
Test patterns
PRBS: 211 – 1, 215 – 1, 220 – 1 (zero suppress, MP0122A/B installed), 220 – 1, 223 – 1, 231 – 1 (only concatenation mapping
16c/64c, conform to O.151)
Invert: On/off
Word: 16-bit programmable, all 0, all 1
Error addition
Bit all (all, test pattern), FAS, B1, B2, B3, BIP-2, MS-REI, HP-REI, LP-REI
Timing: Single, single (burst) bit (1 to 64000), rate (1E–3, 1E–4, 1E–5, 1E–6, 1E–7, 1E–8, 1E–9)
User program AE-B [A: 1.0 to 9.9 (step: 0.1), B: 2 to 10]
Alternative: Error frame (0 to 8000), normal frame (1 to 8000)
Alarm addition
LOS, LOF, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, AU-AIS, AU-LOP, HP-SLM, HP-TIM, HP-RDI, HP-UNEQ, TU-AIS, TU-LOP, TU-LOM, LP-SLM,
LP-TIM, LP-RDI, LP-UNEQ, LP-RFI
Timing: Single, single (burst) frame
Alternative: Alarm frame (0 to 8000), normal frame (1 to 8000), all
Measurements
Mode: Single, repeat, manual
In-service/Out-of-service
Errors: B1, B2, B3, BIP-2, MS-REI, HP-REI, LP-REI
Alarms: Power-fail, LOS, LOF, OOF, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, AU-AIS, AU-LOP, HP-SLM, HP-TIM, HP-RDI, HP-UNEQ, TU-AIS,
TU-LOP, TU-LOM, LP-SLM, LP-TIM, LP-RDI, LP-UNEQ, LP-RFI
Error performance: G.826, M2101, M2110, M2120
Preset: Alarm measurement condition
LEDs
LOS, LOF, OOF, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, AU-AIS, AU-LOP, HP-RDI, HP-SLM, TU-AIS, TU-LOM, TU-LOP, LP-RDI, LP-RFI, LP-SLM,
Tandem, sync. loss, errors
Tandem connection
N1 byte (Type 1, Type 2), N2 byte
Errors: N2 BIP-2, TC-REI, OEI, IEC
Alarms: VC-AIS, ISF, FAS, HP-Incoming-AIS, HP-TC-RDI, HP-ODI, LP-Incoming-AIS, LP-TC-RDI, LP-ODI
Justification
AU pointer, TU pointer, C, C1/C2
Measurement: NDF, +PJC, –PJC, Cons, C, C1/C2
Monitor
SOH, POH, K1/K2, pointer, path trace (TIM alarms detectable), Tandem, payload
Pointer sequence
Signal of opposites polarity, regular with double, regular with missing, double of opposites polarity, 87-3/26-1 (normal, add, cancel),
continuous pattern (normal, add, cancel), single pointer adjustment, maximum rate pointer burst, phase transient pointer burst,
initialize period polarity, cooldown period
Over head capture
SOH/POH (any 1 byte), H1/H2, K1/K2
Dummy channel setting
Payload: Dummy, copy, mixed payload
Setting: POH, pathtrace, SS bit, Tandem
Simultaneous measurement
VC2, VC12, VC11
Trouble search
Auto search for errors/alarms in all measured channels
Delay
Measurement period: 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10 s
Measurement range: 0 to 999 µs, 1.0 to 999.9 ms, 1.0 to 10.0 s, time out
Display accuracy: ±5 µs (0.5, 1 s), ±50 µs (2, 5, 10 s)
APS (K1/K2)
Switching time measurement
Measurement range: 1 to 2000 ms, >2000 ms
Trigger
Internal: B1, B2, B3, BIP-2, MS-REI, HP-REI, LP-REI, MS-AIS, AU-AIS, AU-LOP, HP-RDI, TU-AIS, TU-LOM, TU-LOP, LP-RDI,
LP-RFI, Bit
External: Measures trigger input signal (active high)
Threshold: Specify non-error alarm between 1 ms, 10 ms, 100 ms
Sequence generation: 2 to 64 word, repeat (8000 frame)
Sequence capture: 2 to 64 word, repeat (8000 frame)
Frequency measurement
Range: ±100 ppm, Accuracy: ±3.5 ppm (jitter unit not installed)
Over head test
OH change: SOH/POH 1 byte, K1/K2, RSOH, MSOH, SOH, POH (except B1, B2, B3, BIP-2)
PTR 64 frame: AU pointer, TU pointer
Timing: Single, repeat (2 to 64)
Setting: PTR, NDF, +PJC, –PJC
OH BERT: SOH/POH 1 byte (exclude B1, B2, B3, BIP-2), D1-D3, D4-D12
Test pattern: 211 – 1, 215 – 1
OH add/drop: SOH/POH 1 byte, D1-D3, D4-D12 (exclude B1, B2, B3, BIP-2 additional type)
Japan mapping (option 09)
VC11 Signaling (8-multiframe, 64-multiframe setting)
Frame memory/capture
Memory size: 64 frame (156M, 622M, Option 13), 64 frame (MU150008A-01/150009A-01/150010A-01, 2.5G),
26 frame (MU150000A-01, 2.5G/10G)
Insert/extract
Bit rate: 10G (52M, 156M), 2.5G (52M, 156M)
Payload offset
±100 ppm/0.1 ppm step
Auxiliary interface
Clock sync output, trigger input, trigger output, DCC interface (V.11), orderwire, receive clock output
∗1: Mounted MP0122A/B,
∗2: Mounted MP0121A
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STM-64
x 64
STM-16
x 16
x4
AU-4
AUG
139M (Async.)∗1
VC-4
Bulk∗1
x3
STM-4
TUG-3
x3
STM-1
TU-3
VC-3
34M (Sync.)∗1
x7
STM-0
AU-3
34M (Async.)∗1
45M (Async.)∗3
VC-3
Bulk∗3
x7
TU-2
TUG-2
VC-2
Bulk
6M (Async.)
x3
6M (Bit sync.)
mc
TU-12
VC-12
2M (Async.)∗1
2M (Bit sync. F)∗1
2M (Bit sync. L)∗1
2M (Byte sync. F)∗1
x4
2M (Byte sync. L)∗1
Bulk∗1
TU-11
VC-11
1.5M (Async.)
1.5M (Bit sync. F)
1.5M (Bit sync. L)
1.5M (Byte sync. F)
1.5M (Byte sync. L)
∗1: Requires MP0121A
∗2: Requires Japan mapping (Option 09)
∗3: Requires MP0122A/B
∗4: Requires MU150000A
∗5: Requires MU150000A, MU150008A, MU150009A or MU150010A
STM-64c∗4
STM-16c∗4,∗5
x4
STM-4c
x4
x4
STM-1c
Bulk
384k (data)∗2
384k (voice)∗2
Byte (data)∗2
Byte (voice)∗2
VC4-64c
Bulk
VC4-16c
Bulk
VC4-4c
Bulk
VC4c
Bulk
Fig. 1 Mapping structure (SDH)
• 52/156/622/2488/9953M (SONET)
Bit rate
51.84, 155.52, 622.08, 2488.32, 9953.28 Mbit/s
Level/waveform
52M (electrical: B3ZS)∗1: ANSI T1.102, 0/450 ft
52M (optical): As per MP0122B unit optical interface specifications
156M (electrical: CMI)∗2: ITU-T G.703
156M (optical): As per optical 156M/622M unit specifications
622M (electrical/optical): As per optical 156M/622M unit and NRZ unit specifications
2488M (electrical/optical): As per 2.5G unit and 2.5G/10G unit specifications
9953M (electrical/optical): As per 2.5G/10G unit specifications
Clock
Internal (accuracy: ±3.5 ppm, jitter unit not installed), Lock (2 MHz, 1.5 MHz, 64 kHz + 8 kHz, 2 Mbit/s, 1.5 Mbit/s),
External (ECL [AC] 50 Ω, 9953M: 1.02 to 0.58 Vp-p, 50 Ω), received signal
Frame
SDH/SONET, CID pattern, non-frame
Mapping
See Fig. 2
Through
Trance parent, over head overwrite, payload overwrite
Test patterns
PRBS: 211 – 1, 215 – 1, 220 – 1 (zero suppress, MP0122A/B installed), 220 – 1, 223 – 1, 231 – 1 (only concatenation mapping
16c/64c, conform to O.151)
Invert: On/off
Word: 16-bit programmable, all 0, all 1
Error addition
Bit all (all, test pattern), FAS, B1, B2, B3, BIP-2, REI-L, REI-P, REI-V
Timing: Single, single (burst) bit (1 to 64000), rate (1E–3, 1E–4, 1E–5, 1E–6, 1E–7, 1E–8, 1E–9)
User program AE-B [A: 1.0 to 9.9 (step: 0.1), B: 2 to 10]
Alternative: Error frame (0 to 8000), normal frame (1 to 8000)
Alarm addition
LOS, LOF, AIS-L, RDI-L, AIS-P, LOP-P, PLM-P, HP-TIM, RDI-P, UNEQ-P, AIS-V, LOP-V, LOM-V, PLM-V, LP-TIM, RDI-V, UNEQ-V, RFI-V
Timing: Single, single (burst) frame
Alternative: alarm frame (0 to 8000), normal frame (1 to 8000), all
Measurements
Mode: Single, repeat, manual
In-service/Out-of-service
Errors: B1, B2, B3, BIP-2, REI-L, REI-P, REI-V
Alarms: Power-fail, LOS, LOF, OOF, AIS-L, RDI-L, AIS-P, LOP-P, PLM-P, HP-TIM, RDI-P, UNEQ-P, AIS-V, LOP-V, LOM-V,
PLM-V, LP-TIM, RDI-V, UNEQ-V, RFI-V
Error performance: G.826, M2101, M2110, M2120
Preset: Alarm measurement condition
LEDs
LOS, LOF, OOF, AIS-L, RDI-L, AIS-P, LOP-P, RDI-P, PLM-P, AIS-V, LOM-V, LOP-V, RDI-V, RFI-V, PLM-V, Tandem, sync. loss, errors
Tandem connection
Z5 byte (Type 1, Type 2), Z6 byte
Errors: Z6 BIP-2, TC-REI, OEI, IEC
Alarms: VC-AIS, ISF, FAS, HP-Incoming-AIS, HP-TC-RDI, HP-ODI, LP-Incoming-AIS, LP-TC-RDI, LP-ODI
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STS pointer, VT pointer, C, C1/C2
Measurement: NDF, +PJC, –PJC, Cons, C, C1/C2
Justification
Monitor
TOH, POH, K1/K2, pointer, path trace (TIM alarms detectable), Tandem, payload
Pointer sequence
Signal of opposites polarity, regular with double, regular with missing, double of opposites polarity, 87-3/26-1 (normal, add, cancel),
continuous pattern (normal, add, cancel), single pointer adjustment, maximum rate pointer burst, phase transient pointer burst,
initialize period polarity, cooldown period
Over head capture
TOH/POH (any 1 byte), H1/H2, K1/K2
Dummy channel setting
Payload: Dummy, copy, mixed payload
Setting: POH, pathtrace, SS bit, Tandem
Simultaneous measurement
VT6SPE, VT2SPE, VT1.5SPE
Trouble search
Auto search for errors/alarms in all measured channels
Delay
Measurement period: 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10 s
Measurement range: 0 to 999 µs, 1.0 to 999.9 ms, 1.0 to 10.0 s, time out
Display accuracy: ±5 µs (0.5, 1 s), ±50 µs (2, 5, 10 s)
APS (K1/K2)
Switching time measurement
Measurement range: 1 to 2000 ms, >2000 ms
Trigger
Internal: B1, B2, B3, BIP-2, REI-L, REI-P, REI-V, AIS-L, AIS-P, LOP-P, RDI-P, AIS-V, LOM-V, LOP-V, RDI-V, RFI-V, Bit
External: Measures trigger input signal (active high)
Threshold: Specify non-error alarm between 1 ms, 10 ms, 100 ms
Sequence generation: 2 to 64 word, repeat (8000 frame)
Sequence capture: 2 to 64 word, repeat (8000 frame)
Frequency measurement
Range: ±100 ppm, Accuracy: ±3.5 ppm (jitter unit not installed)
Over head test
OH change: TOH/POH 1 byte, K1/K2, LOH, SOH, TOH, POH (except B1, B2, B3, BIP-2)
PTR 64 frame: STS pointer, VT pointer
Timing: Single, repeat (2 to 64)
Setting: PTR, NDF, +PJC, –PJC
OH BERT: TOH/POH 1 byte (exclude B1, B2, B3, BIP-2), D1-D3, D4-D12
Test pattern: 211 – 1, 215 – 1
OH add/drop: TOH/POH 1 byte, D1-D3, D4-D12 (exclude B1, B2, B3, BIP-2 additional type)
Japan mapping (option 09)
VT1.5SPE Signaling (8-multiframe, 64-multiframe setting)
Frame memory/capture
Memory size: 64 frame (156M, 622M, Option 13), 64 frame (MU150008A-01/150009A-01/150010A-01, 2.5G),
26 frame (MU150000A-01, 2.5G/10G)
Insert/extract
Bit rate: 10G (52M, 156M, 622M), 2.5G (52M, 156M, 622M)
Payload offset
±100 ppm/0.1 ppm step
Auxiliary interface
Clock sync output, trigger input, trigger output, DCC interface (V.11), orderwire, receive clock output
∗1: Mounted MP0122A/B,
STS-192
∗2: Mounted MP0121A
x 64
STS-48
x 16
x4
STS-12
STS3
139M (Async.)∗1
STS3cSPE
Bulk∗1
x3
TUG-3
x3
STS-3
TU-3
VC-3
STS-1
34M (Async.)∗1
34M (Sync.)∗1
45M (Async.)∗1
x7
STS1SPE
Bulk∗3
x7
VT6
VTG
VT6SPE
Bulk
6M (Async.)
x3
6M (Bit sync.)
mc
VT2
VT2SPE
2M (Async.)∗1
2M (Bit sync. F)∗1
2M (Bit sync. L)∗1
2M (Byte sync. F)∗1
2M (Byte sync. L)∗1
x4
Bulk∗1
VT1.5
VT1.5SPE
1.5M (Async.)
1.5M (Bit sync. F)
1.5M (Bit sync. L)
1.5M (Byte sync. F)
1.5M (Byte sync. L)
∗1: Requires MP0121A
∗2: Requires Japan mapping (Option 09)
∗3: Requires MP0122A/B
∗4: Requires MU150000A
∗5: Requires MU150000A, MU150008A, MU150009A or MU150010A
STS192∗4
STS48∗4,∗5
STS12
STS3
x4
x4
x4
Bulk
384k (data)∗2
384k (voice)∗2
Byte (data)∗2
Byte (voice)∗2
STS192c
Bulk
STS48c
Bulk
STS12c
Bulk
STS3c
Bulk
Fig. 2 Mapping structure (SONET)
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• IP-over-SONET/SDH (Option)*1
Bit rate
155.52, 622.08, 2488.32, 9953.28 Mbit/s
PPP setting
(RFC1662)
Flag, address, control: Any settable
Protocol: 8/16 bit selectable and any settable
FCS: 16/32 bit selectable and auto calculate
Information: IPv4/IPv6 selectable and any settable
IPv4 setting
(RFC0791)
Any setting: Version, IHL, TOS, total length, ID, flags, flagment offset, TTL, protocol, address (source, destination)
Header checksum: Auto calculate
Data byte: All 0, all 1, 8 bits program, single PRBS 7, user program (max. 65535 byte)
IPv6 setting
(RFC1883)
Any setting: Version, priority, flow label, payload length, next header, hop limit, address (source, destination)
Data byte: All 0, all 1, 8 bits program, single PRBS 7, user program (max. 65535 byte)
Packet transmission
setting
1 to 3 in IP/PPP (independently), IP/PPP sending pattern, packet sending interval (max. 100000 bytes), single/repeat, sending
on/off, scramble (X43 + 1) on/off, control escape auto insertion, FCS error insertion (single), number of packet count display
Packet
receiving/analysis
PPP frame calculation (count), scramble (X43 + 1) on/off setting, automatic analysis of control escape. Frame/capture memory
(option) required data captured into the capture memory (max. 64 frames∗2), IPv4/IPv6 select, IP address filter set
∗1: The frame/capture memory (option) is required.
∗2: Maximum 26 frames at 2488/9953 Mbits when MU150000A is inserted.
• IP-over-ATM (Option)*1
Bit rate
155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s
AAL5 edit pattern
IPv4/IPv6 selectable
IPv4 setting
(RFC0791)
Any setting: Version, IHL, TOS, total length, ID, flags, flagment offset, TTL, protocol, address (source, destination)
Header checksum: Auto calculate
Data byte: All 0, all 1, 8 bit program, single PRBS 7, user program (max. 65535 bytes)
IPv6 setting
(RFC1883)
Any setting: Version, priority, flow label, payload length, next header, hop limit, address (source, destination)
Data byte: All 0, all 1, 8 bits program, single PRBS 7, user program (max. 65535 bytes)
Packet sending
Follow with AAL5 distribution setting
Packet
receiving/analysis
Displays the IP packet from the data captured into cell capture memory (maximum 2016 cells), IPv4/IPv6 selectable
∗1: MP0123A ATM Unit is required.
• General
Printer
Internal, external
Internal memory
Measurement settings memory: 10, Graphics memory: 15
Others
FDD, RS-232C (Option 01)∗1, GPIB (Option 02)∗1, Ethernet (Option 03)∗1, video output (Option 04)∗1, buzzer, clock, help, screen
copy
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 177 (H) x 350 (D) mm, 10 kg approx. (excluding plug-in units and options)
Power
100 to 240 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤500 VA
Temperature
0˚ to +40˚C
∗1: The video output, RS-232C, GPIB and Ethernet options cannot all be used simultaneously.
Only the video output + RS-232C, or video output + GPIB, or RS-232C + GPIB board, or Ethernet board combinations support simultaneous use, so change
the board combinations according to the purpose.
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• MU150005A/150006A/150007A Jitter Units
Bit rate
MU150005A: 2.048, 8.448, 34.368, 139.264, 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s
MU150006A: 1.544, 44.736, 51.84, 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s
MU150007A: 1.544, 2.048, 8.448, 34.368, 44.736, 139.264, 51.84, 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s
Conform to ITU-T O.171/O.172
Modulation frequency: 0.1 Hz to 6 MHz
Amplitude: 0 to 404.0 UIp-p
Resolution:0.001 UIp-p (2 UI range), 0.01 UIp-p (16 UI range), 0.1 UIp-p (80 UI range), 0.2 UIp-p (400 UI range)
[UIp-p]
400 Ul range
2
400 Ul range
80 Ul range
16 Ul range
2 Ul range
400.0
–20 dB/dec
80 Ul range
Jitter modulation
80.8
–20 dB/dec
16 Ul range
16.16
–20 dB/dec
2 Ul range
2.020
–20 dB/dec
0.60
0.50
0.20
f1
Jitter generation
f2
(Hz)
f2
f3
f4
Modulation frequency
f5
f6 f7
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
f1
(Hz)
1.544
130
630
3.2
25
—
100
—
2.048
300
1.5k
7.5
60
—
240
—
8.448
1.1k
5.5k
28
220
—
880
—
34.368
2.5k
13k
63
500
—
—
5000
5000
(Hz)
f3
f4
f5
f6
f7
(kHz) (kHz) (kHz) (kHz) (kHz)
44.736
2.5k
13k
63
500
—
—
139.264
9k
45k
230
1800
6000
—
—
51.84
2.5k
13k
63
500
—
—
5000
155.52
7.5k
38k
190
1500
—
6000
—
622.08
3k
15k
75
600
—
—
6000
Accuracy
2 UI range: (±Q% of setting) ±0.02 UIp-p, 16 UI range: (±Q% of setting) ±0.2 UIp-p, 80 UI range: (±Q% of setting) ±1.2 UIp-p,
400 UI range: (±Q% of setting) ±6 UIp-p
Bit rate (Mbit/s)
1.544
2.048
8.448
34.368
44.736
139.264
51.84
155.52
622.08
Error Q
Frequency range
±12%
0.1 to 2 Hz
±8%
2 Hz to 100 kHz
±12%
0.1 to 10 Hz
±8%
10 Hz to 240 kHz
±12%
0.1 to 20 Hz
±8%
20 Hz to 880 kHz
±12%
0.1 to 100 Hz
±8%
0.1 to 500 kHz
±12%
500 kHz to 5 MHz
±12%
0.1 to 2 Hz
±8%
2 Hz to 5 MHz
±12%
0.1 to 100 Hz
±8%
0.1 to 500 kHz
±12%
0.5 to 2 MHz
±15%
2 to 6 MHz
±12%
0.1 to 300 Hz
±8%
300 Hz to 5 MHz
±12%
0.1 to 500 Hz
±8%
0.5 to 500 kHz
±12%
0.5 to 6 MHz
±12%
0.1 Hz to 1 kHz
±8%
1 to 500 kHz
±12%
0.5 to 2 MHz
±15%
2 to 6 MHz
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Frequency offset
Auxiliary interface
Range: ±999.9 ppm/0.1 ppm steps (jitter off), ±100 ppm/0.1 ppm steps (jitter on/off)
Accuracy: ±0.1 ppm after power-on, calibrates after 60 min warm-up, 23˚ ±5˚C
External modulation input, External 5/10 MHz reference input, Jitter clock/Jitter reference output, Wander reference output
Conform to ITU-T O.171/O.172
Modulation frequency: 0.1 Hz to 5 MHz
Amplitude: 0.0 to 400 UI (800 UI: at 622M)
Resolution:
0.001 UIp-p/0.001 UIrms (2 UI range), 0.01 UIp-p/0.01 UIrms (8 UI/20 UI range), 0.2 UIp-p (400 UI range), 0.5 UIp-p (800 UI range)
Jitter measurement
[UIp-p]
[2/8 UI range]
A2
A1
F1
F2
F3
F4
Modulation frequency (Hz)
A1
Bit rate (UIp-p)
(Mbit/s)
—
Jitter measurement
F1∗
(Hz)
A2
(UIp-p)
F2
(Hz)
F3
(Hz)
F4
(Hz)
Full
Wide
Full
Wide
Full
Wide
—
—
8
2
0.1
10
1.25k
5k
20k
40k
8
2
0.1
10
3.75k
15k
60k
100k
—
2
—
10
—
50k
200k
400k
8
2
0.1
10
18.75k
75k
300k
800k
8
2
0.1
10
25k
100k
400k
400k
0.5
8
2
0.1
10
50k
200k
800k
3.5M
1.544
0.5
2.048
0.5
8.448
0.5
34.368
0.5
44.736
0.5
139.264
51.84
0.5
8
2
1
10
25k
100k
400k
400k
155.52
0.4
8
2
1
10
25k
100k
500k
1.3M
622.08
0.3
8
2
1
10
75k
300k
2M
5M
∗F1 = 100 Hz at RMS
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
Jitter measurement
[UIp-p]
[20 Ul range]
20
∗(7.07)
A1
F1
F2
Modulation frequency (Hz)
F3
F4
Jitter measurement
A1
F1
F2
Modulation frequency (Hz)
F3
F3
(Hz)
F4
(Hz)
—
Full
Wide
—
—
—
0.67
0.1
1
600
15k
15k
2.048
1.67
0.1
1
1.5k
18k
18k
8.448
1.43
0.1
1
5k
70k
70k
34.368
0.5
0.1
1
8k
300k
300k
44.736
0.5
0.1
1
10k
400k
400k
139.264
0.5
0.1
1
20k
800k
1.2M
51.84
0.5
1
1
10k
400k
400k
155.52
0.4
1
1
10k
500k
1.3M
622.08
0.3
1
1
30k
2M
5M
F2
(Hz)
F3
(Hz)
= 100 Hz at RMS
Bit rate
A1
A2
F1∗∗
(Mbit/s) (UIp-p) (UIp-p) (Hz)
[400/800 Ul range]
A2
F2
(Hz)
1.544
∗F1
[UIp-p]
F1∗
(Hz)
A1
(UIp-p)
1.544
20
400
0.1
10
200
2.048
20
400
0.1
10
200
8.448
20
400
0.1
10
200
34.368
20
400
0.1
10
200
44.736
20
400
0.1
10
200
139.264
20
400
0.1
10
200
51.84
20
400
0.1
10
200
155.52
4
400
0.1
10
1k
622.08
4
800
0.1
10
2k
∗∗:
Full band only
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Filter:
Conform to O.171/O.172, LP, HP0 + LP, HP1 + LP, HP2 + LP, HP + LP, user
Bit rate HP0 HP1 HP2 HP2' HP
LP
(Mbit/s) (Hz) (Hz) (Hz) (Hz) (Hz) (Hz)
1.544
10
10
8k
—
12k
40k
2.048
10
20
18k
700
12k
100k
8.448
10
20
3k
80k
12k
400k
34.368
10
100
10k
—
12k
800k
44.736
10
10
30k
—
12k
400k
139.264
10
200
10k
—
12k
3.5M
51.84
10
100
20k
—
12k
400k
155.52
10
500
65k
—
12k
1.3M
622.08
10
1k
250k
—
12k
5M
2
Accuracy (UIp-p, UI+p, UI-p)
2 UI range: ±R% of reading ±W UIp-p, 20 UI range: ±R% of reading ±W UIp-p, 400 UI range: ±R% of reading ±W UIp-p,
800 UI range: ±R% of reading ±W UIp-p
Fixed error [W]
UIp-p
Pseudo-random signal
Bit rate
HP1 + LP
(Mbit/s)
8 UI
20 UI 400/800 UI
1.544
0.040
0.08
0.22
2.048
0.040
0.08
0.22
8.448
0.040
—
34.368
0.040
44.736
139.264
Bit length
2 UI
8 UI
20 UI
3.5
0.025
0.05
0.15
3.5
0.025
0.05
0.15
215 – 1
0.22
3.5
0.025
—
0.15
215 – 1
0.08
0.22
3.5
0.025
0.05
0.15
223 – 1
0.040
0.08
0.22
3.5
0.025
0.05
0.15
215 – 1
0.040
0.08
0.30
5.0
0.025
0.05
0.15
223 – 1
220 – 1
Clock signal
Bit rate
Jitter measurement
HP2 + LP
2 UI
HP1 + LP
(Mbit/s)
HP2 + LP
2 UI
8 UI
20 UI 400/800 UI
2 UI
1.544
0.015
0.03
0.10
8 UI
20 UI
1.6
0.010
0.02
2.048
0.015
0.03
0.08
0.10
1.6
0.010
0.02
8.448
0.015
0.08
—
0.10
1.6
0.010
—
0.08
34.368
44.736
0.030
0.06
0.18
2.8
0.020
0.04
0.15
0.030
0.06
0.18
2.8
0.020
0.04
139.264
0.15
0.030
0.06
0.22
3.8
0.020
0.04
0.20
SONET/SDH signal
Bit rate
HP1 + LP
(Mbit/s)
HP2 + LP
2 UI
8 UI
20 UI 400/800 UI
51.84e
0.070
0.14
0.30
51.84o
0.070
0.14
0.30
155.52e
0.070
0.14
155.52o
0.070
622.08
0.100
Container
2 UI
8 UI
20 UI
5.0
0.050
0.10
0.20
VC3
5.0
0.050
0.10
0.20
VC3
0.30
5.0
0.025
0.05
0.20
VC4
0.14
0.30
5.0
0.050
0.10
0.20
VC4
0.20
0.30
10.0
0.050
0.10
0.20
VC4-4c
At PRBS 223 – 1
Clock signal
Bit rate
HP1 + LP
(Mbit/s)
HP2 + LP
2 UI
8 UI
20 UI 400/800 UI
2 UI
51.84e
0.050
0.10
0.22
8 UI
20 UI
3.8
0.030
0.06
155.52e
0.050
0.10
0.20
0.22
3.8
0.030
0.06
622.08
0.050
0.10
0.20
0.22
5.0
0.030
0.06
0.20
Frequency error [R]
Frequency error
Frequency range
±10%
0.1 to 20 Hz
±7%
20 Hz to 300 kHz
±8%
300 kHz to 1 MHz
±10%
1 to 3 MHz
±15%
3 to 5 MHz
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UIrms
2 UI range: ±R% ±Y UIrms, 20 UI range: ±R% ±Y UIrms
Fixed error [Y]
UIrms
Pseudo-random signal
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
Clock signal
Bit length
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
0.04
220 – 1
0.02
0.04
0.006
—
34.368
0.008
44.736
0.008
139.264
0.008
HP + LP
HP + LP
2 UI
8 UI
20 UI
1.544
0.004
0.02
0.03
215 – 1
2.048
0.004
0.02
0.03
0.04
215 – 1
8.448
0.004
—
0.03
0.02
0.05
223 – 1
34.368
0.006
0.02
0.04
0.02
0.05
215 – 1
44.736
0.006
0.02
0.04
0.02
0.05
223 – 1
139.264
0.006
0.02
0.04
Container
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
2 UI
8 UI
20 UI
1.544
0.006
0.02
2.048
0.006
8.448
SONET/SDH signal
Jitter measurement
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
Clock signal
HP + LP
2 UI
8 UI
20 UI
51.84e
0.010
0.02
0.06
VC3
51.84o
0.010
0.02
0.06
155.52e
0.010
0.02
0.06
HP + LP
2 UI
8 UI
20 UI
51.84e
0.008
0.02
0.05
VC3
155.52e
0.008
0.02
0.05
VC4
622.08
0.010
0.02
0.06
155.52o
0.010
0.02
0.06
VC4
622.08
0.012
0.03
0.08
VC4-4c
At PRBS 223 – 1
Frequency error [R]
Frequency error
Frequency range
±10%
0.1 to 20 Hz
±7%
20 Hz to 300 kHz
±8%
300 kHz to 1 MHz
±10%
1 to 3 MHz
±15%
3 to 5 MHz
Hit measurement
Count, seconds, % free Seconds
Frequency measurement
Resolution: 0.1 ppm, Display: Hz or ppm (After power-on, calibrates after 60 min warm-up, 23˚ ±5˚C)
Auxiliary interface
Demodulation output, Clock/Reference input
Jitter auto measurement
Jitter tolerance measurement: Evaluates jitter tolerance point automatically
Jitter sweep measurement: Conforms to high-speed jitter tolerance evaluation for mass production, etc.
Jitter transfer measurement: High dynamic range measurement by selective level method (variable)
Jitter frequency measurement: Measures the mapping jitter automatically
Frequency sweep measurement: Measures the jitter tolerance automatically while changing the offset
Modulation frequency: 10 µHz to 10 Hz (sine wave)
Amplitude: 0 to 400,000 UI (10 UIp-p steps)
[UIp-p]
A
B
A0
–20 dB/dec
C
A1
Line wander generation
f0
f1
f2
(Hz)
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
f0
(µHz)
f1
(mHz)
f2
(Hz)
A0
A1
(UIp-p) (UIp-p)
1.544
10
20
10
400,000
2.048
10
20
10
400,000
800
8.448
10
200
10
400,000
8,000
34.368
10
400
10
400,000 16,000
44.736
10
400
10
400,000 16,000
139.264
10
2,000
10
400,000 80,000
51.84
10
400
10
400,000 16,000
155.52
10
2,000
10
400,000 80,000
622.08
10
400
10
400,000 16,000
800
Accuracy: ±Q% of setting ±100 UIp-p
Wander auto
measurement
Error Q
Frequency range
±8%
10 µHz to 0.125 Hz
±12%
0.125 Hz to 1 Hz
±15%
1 to 10 Hz
Automatically evaluates the wander of the sine wave by the wander sweep measurement
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Reference wander
generation (Option 03)
Off: Able to set non-modulated status
TDEV mask:
The 37 types of TDEV masks that are regulated by ITU-T, ETSI, ANSI, and Bellcore standards are available as default.
It is possible to add the wander modulation on the user specified TDEV mask.
Transient: It is possible to change the A (1 – e –63.7t) phase by the timing of the start.
Signal off: It is possible to disconnect the standard signal.
Wander measurement
(Option 02)
Conform to ITU-T O.172
Reference input: 2.048M (HDB3, Clock), 1.544M (AMI/B8ZS, Clock), 64k + 8 kHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz
Sampling frequency: 40 Hz, 1 Hz, 0.1 Hz, 5 mHz (select by MX150001B)
Measurement range
P-P: 0.0 to 2E10 ns, +P/–P: 0.0 to 1E10 ns, TIE: 0.0 to ±1E10 ns
Accuracy: Conform to ITU-T O.172
Measurement time: 10 to 1 x 108 s (max. 120, 000 s; MP1570A only)
Wander application (requires MX150001B Wander Application Software)
TIE: Max. 1 x 108 s, MTIE: Max. 1 x 108 s, TDEV: Max. 1 x 106 s
Frequency offset: Measurement conforms to ANSI TI.105.09
Frequency drift rate: Measurement conforms to ANSI TI.105.09
MRTIE: The evaluation separated from the wander by a frequency offset
Wander tolerance (TDEV) measurement: Evaluation by the various TDEV mask generations
Wander transfer (TDEV) measurement: Calibration method by simulation,outputting results by the one measurement
2
• MU150011A 2.5G Jitter Unit
Conforms to ITU-T O.172
Frequency: 2488.32 MHz
Modulation frequency: 0.1 Hz to 20 MHz
Amplitude: 0 to 808.0 UIp-p
Resolution: 0.001 UIp-p (2 UI range), 0.01 UIp-p (20 UI range), 0.4 UIp-p (800 UI range)
[UIp-p]
800 Ul range
–20 dB/dec
Jitter measurement
808
–20 dB/dec
20 Ul range
20.2
20 Ul range
2.02
–20 dB/dec
0.5
0.2
F1 F1'
F2
F2'
F3
F4
F5
Modulation frequency(Hz)
Jitter generation
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
F1
(Hz)
F1'
(Hz)
2488.32
0.1
60
F2∗
F2'∗
F3∗
F4∗
F5∗
(kHz) (kHz) (MHz) (MHz) (MHz)
2.5
30
1.2
2
20
∗Typical value
Accuracy
2 UI range: (±Q% of setting) ±0.02 UIp-p, 20 UI range: (±Q% of setting) ±0.3 UIp-p, 800 UI range: (±Q% of setting) ±12.5 UIp-p
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
2488.32
Frequency offset
Auxiliary interface
Error Q
Frequency range
±12%
0.1 Hz to 5 kHz
±8%
5 to 500 kHz
±12%
0.5 to 2 MHz
±15%
2 to 20 MHz
Range: ±100 ppm/0.1 ppm steps (jitter on/off)
Accuracy: ±0.1 ppm (after power-on, calibrate after 60 min warm-up, 23˚±5 ˚C)
External clock input, Jitter reference output
Conforms to ITU-T O.172
Frequency: 2488.32 MHz ±100 ppm
Modulation frequency: 10 Hz to 20 MHz
Amplitude: 0.0 to 32 UI
Resolution: 0.001 UIp-p/0.001 UIrms (2 UI range), 0.01 UIp-p/0.01 UIrms (32 UI range)
[UIp-p]
32 Ul range
Jitter measurement
Jitter modulation
32
∗(11.31)
–20 dB/dec
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
2 Ul range
2
∗(0.707)
2488.32
0.2
∗(0.071)
F0
F0'
F2'
F2''
Modulation frequency
F3'
F0
(Hz)
F0'
(Hz)
F2'
F2''
F3'
F4
(kHz) (kHz) (MHz) (MHz)
2 UI
–
100
–
100
1
20
32 UI
10
–
6.25
–
1
20
F4 (Hz)
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Conforms to ITU-T O.172
LP, HP0 + LP, HP1 + LP, HP2 + LP, HP + LP
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
HP0
(Hz)
HP1
(Hz)
HP2
(Hz)
HP
(Hz)
LP
(Hz)
2488.32
10
5k
1M
12k
20M
Accuracy (UIp-p, UI+p, UI–p)
2 UI range: Measurement value ±R% ±W UIp-p, 32 UI range: Measurement value ±R% ±W UIp-p
[MU150008A/150009A/150010A are simultaneously installed, conform to ITU-T O.172]
Fixed error [W]
Input level: –12 to –10 dBm (adds to 0.01 UIp-p/dB at <–12 dBm)
Clock signal
SONET/SDH signal
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
2488.32
HP1 + LP
Container
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
VC4-16c
2488.32
HP2 + LP
2 UI
32 UI
2 UI
32 UI
0.100
2.2
0.050
1.40
HP1 + LP
HP2 + LP
2 UI
32 UI
2 UI
32 UI
0.050
0.60
0.030
0.50
At PRBS 223 – 1
Jitter measurement
Accuracy (UIrms)
2 UI range: ±R% ±Y UIrms, 32 UI range: ±R% ±Y UIrms
Fixed error [Y]
Input level: –12 to –10 dBm (adds to 0.002 UIrms/dB at <–12 dBm)
SONET/SDH signal
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
2488.32
HP + LP
2 UI
32 UI
0.012
0.08
Clock signal
Container
VC4-16c
HP + LP
2 UI
32 UI
0.010
0.16
At PRBS 223 – 1
Frequency error [R]
Frequency error
Frequency range
±7%
5 to 300 kHz
±8%
300 kHz to 1 MHz
±10%
1 to 3 MHz
±15%
3 to 10 MHz
±20%
10 to 20 MHz
Hit measurement
Count, Seconds, % free seconds
Frequency measurement
Resolution: 0.1 ppm, Display: Hz or ppm (after power-on, calibrates after 60 min warm-up, 23˚ ±5˚C)
Auxiliary interface
Reference clock input
Auto jitter measurement
Jitter tolerance measurement: Evaluates jitter tolerance point automatically
Jitter sweep measurement: Conforms to high-speed jitter tolerance evaluation for mass production, etc.
Jitter transfer measurement: High dynamic range measurement by selective level method
Frequency sweep measurement: Measures the jitter tolerance automatically while changing the offset
Wander modulation
Modulation frequency: 10 µHz to 0.2 Hz (sine wave)
Amplitude: 0 to 57,600 UIp-p (30 UIp-p steps)
[UIp-p]
A0
A1
A2
F0
Line wander generation
Bit rate
(Mbit/s)
F1
F2
F3
Modulation frequency (Hz)
F4
Amplitude (UIp-p)
A0
A1
2488.32 57600 6480
F5
Frequency (Hz)
A2
f0
f1
f2
f3
f4
f5
810
10µ
180µ
1.6m
16m
0.13
0.2
Accuracy: ±Q% ±160 UIp-p
Frequency error
Frequency range
±8%
10 µHz to 0.1 Hz
±12%
0.1 to 0.2 Hz
Auto wander measurement
Wander sweep measurement
Reference wander
generation
Reference wander generation is valid when MU150005A/150006A/150007A Option 03 is mounted.
Off: Able to set non-modulated status
TDEV mask:
The 37 types of TDEV masks that are regulated by ITU-T, ETSI, ANSI, and Bellcore standards are available as default.
It is possible to add the wander modulation to the user specified TDEV mask.
Transient: It is possible to change the A (1 – e –63.7t) phase by the timing of the start.
Signal off: It is possible to disconnect the standard signal.
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Wander measurement
Wander measurement is valid when MU150005A/150006A/150007A Option 02 is mounted. Conforms to ITU-T O.172
Reference input: 2.048M (HDB3, clock), 1.544M (AMI/B8ZS, clock), 64k + 8 kHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz
Sampling frequency: 320 Hz, 40 Hz, 1 Hz, 0.1 Hz, 5 mHz (select from MX150001B)
Measurement range
P-P: 0.0 to 2E10 ns, +P/–P: 0.0 to 1E10 ns, TIE: 0.0 to ±1E10 ns
Accuracy: Conform to ITU-T O.172
Measurement time: 10 to 1 x 108 s (Max. 120,000 s: MP1570A only)
Wander application (requires MX150001B Wander Application Software)
TIE: Max. 1 x 108 s
MTIE: Max. 1 x 108 s
TDEV: Max. 1 x 106 s
Frequency offset: Measurement with conform to ANSI TI.105.09
Frequency drift rate: Measurement with conform to ANSI TI.105.09
MRTIE: Evaluation separated from the wander by the frequency variation
Wander tolerance (TDEV) measurement: Evaluation by the various TDEV mask generations
Wander transfer (TDEV) measurement: Calibration method by simulation, outputting results by the one measurement
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• MP0123A ATM Unit
Bit rate
1.544, 2.048, 34.368, 44.736, 139.264, 51.84, 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s
STM-4c /OC-12c (optical)
SDH /SONET
STM-1c /OC-3c (optical)
AAL2
STM-1c /STS-3c
AAL3/4
STM-0 /STS-1
Mapping
ATM/AAL
AAL1
139M (G.832)
AAL5
PDH /DSn
ATM
34M (G.832)
2M (G.704)
45M (G.704)
1.5M (G.704)
Traffic pattern
CBR, burst, sawtooth, CBR/PCR with CDV, Poisson
Test patterns
Cell: Single cell PRBS 9, cross cell PRBS 9/15/23, 16-bit word pattern, edit pattern, time stamp
O.191: Edit pattern
AAL1: Single cell PRBS 9, cross cell PRBS 9/15/23, 16-bit word pattern, edit pattern, time stamp
AAL2 (CPS-PDU): Time stamp
AAL2 (CPS-PACKET): Single cell PRBS 7, 8-bit word pattern, edit pattern
AAL3/4 (SAR-PDU): Time stamp
AAL3/4 (CPCS-PDU): Single cell PRBS 9, cross cell PRBS 9/15/23, 16-bit word pattern, edit pattern
AAL5: Single cell PRBS 9, cross cell PRBS 9/15/23, 16-bit word pattern, edit pattern
Error addition
Cell: HEC, programmable pattern
O.191: Lost cell, misinserted cell, errored cell, SECB
AAL1: Lost cell, SNP, PRBS, word
AAL2 (CPS-PDU): P, SN, OSF
AAL2 (CPS-PACKET): HEC, PRBS, word
AAL3/4 (SAR-PDU): SN, CRC10, segment type, LI, abort
AAL3/4 (CPCS-PDU): CPI, B/E tag mismatch, BA size, AL, length, PRBS, word
AAL5: Frame size, length, CRC32, abort, PRBS, word
Alarm addition
LCD, VP/VC AIS, VP/VC RDI, VP/VC CC, VP/VC loopback cell
PM cell
Error insertion: Lost cell, misinserted cell, BIPV, SECB
Cell editing
O.191, AAL1, AAL2, AAL3/4, AAL5, AIS, RDI, CC, loopback, FM, BR, background (10 ch)
Memorized cell
Possible to send after editing receiver's capture data
Measurement
Mode: Single, repeat, manual
Error
Cell: Cell count, correctable HEC, uncorrectable HEC, non-conforming cell
O.191: Errored cell, lost cell, misinserted cell, SECB
AAL1: SAR-PDU count, lost cell, SNP, uncorrectable SNP, PRBS, word
AAL2: CPS-PDU count, P, OSF, SN, CPS packet count, CID count, HEC, PRBS, word
AAL3/4∗: SAR-PDU count, CRC10, MID count (SAR-PDU with selected MID value), SN, ST (segment type), LI, abort, discarded
PDU (one of SN error, Ll error, abort, COM with ST error, or EOM with ST error), CPCS-PDU count, CPI, B/E tag
mismatch, BA size, AL, length, undeliverded PDU (one of CPI error, B/E tag mismatch, BA size error, AL error, or
length error), PRBS, word
∗CRC10 is calculated for all SAR-PDU. The others are calculated for SAR-PDU with specified MID.
AAL5: CPCS-PDU count, frame size, length, CRC32, abort, discarded PDU (one of frame size error, length error, CRC32 error,
or abort), PRBS, word
FM: Lost cell, misinserted cell, BIPV, SECB
BR: Lost cell, misinserted cell, BIPV, SECB
Alarm: LCD, VP/VC segment AIS, VP/VC end-to-end AIS, VP/VC segment RDI, VP/VC end-to-end RDI, VP/VC segment LOC,
VP/VC end-to-end LOC
LED
LCD, VP-AIS, VP-RDI, VP-LOC, VC-AIS, VC-RDI, VC-LOC, errors
Monitor
Live monitor (1023 channel monitor), traffic monitor, cell monitor
Delay measurement
1-point CDV, 2-point CDV
Capture
1 to 2016 cells
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• MP0131A Add/Drop Unit
Bit rate
1.544, 2.048, 34.368, 44.736, 139.264 Mbit/s
Level/waveform
1.544 Mbit/s: ANSI T1.102, 0/655 ft
44.736 Mbit/s: ANSI T1.102, 0/450/900 ft (0 ft: Drop only)
2.048/34.368/139 Mbit/s: ITU-T G.703
Connector
BANTAM (100 Ω, balanced): 1.544 Mbit/s (AMI/B8ZS)
3-pin Siemens (120 Ω, balanced): 2.048 Mbit/s (HDB3)
BNC (75 Ω, unbalanced): 2.048 Mbit/s, 34.368 Mbit/s (HDB3), 139.264 Mbit/s (CMI)
Mapping
See Fig. 3 and 4
STM-64
x 64
x 16
STM-16
AUG
AU-4
139M (Async.)
VC-4
x4
x3
STM-4
TUG-3
x3
STM-1
TU-3
VC-3
34M (Async.)
x7
AU-3
STM-0
VC-3
45M (Async.)
x7
x3
TUG-2
TU-12
VC-12
2M (Async.)
VC-11
1.5M (Async.)
x4
TU-11
Fig. 3 Add/Drop mapping structure (SDH)
STS-192
STS-48
x 64
x 16
STS3
139M (Async.)
STS3cSPE
x4
STS-12
x3
TUG-3
x3
STS-3
STS-1
TU-3
VC-3
34M (Async.)
x7
45M (Async.)
STS1SPE
x3
x7
VTG
VT2
VT2SPE
2M (Async.)
VT1.5SPE
1.5M (Async.)
x4
VT1.5
Fig. 4 Add/Drop mapping structure (SONET)
• MP0111A Optical 156M/622M (1.31) Unit
Transmit
Bit rate: 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Wavelength: 1310 nm
Output level: –11.5 dBm ±3.5 dB
Optical safety: IEC 825-1 Class 1, 21CFR1040.10 Class Ι
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Receive
Bit rate: 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Sensitivity
156M: –33 to –8 dBm (test pattern: PRBS 223 – 1,
BER 10–10, +10˚ to +40˚C)
622M: –28 to –8 dBm (test pattern: PRBS 223 – 1,
BER 10–10, +10˚ to +40˚C)
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Power measurement
Measurement range: –30 to 0 dBm (peak power)
Accuracy: ≤±1 dB (–20 dBm)
Linearity: ≤±1 dB (–30 to 0 dBm)
• MP0112A Optical 156M/622M (1.55) Unit
Transmit
Bit rate: 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Wavelength: 1550 nm
Output level: –5 dBm ±2 dB
Optical safety: IEC825-1 Class 1, 21CFR1040.10 Class Ι
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Receive
Bit rate: 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Sensitivity
156M: –33 to –8 dBm (test pattern: PRBS 223 – 1,
BER 10–10, +10˚ to +40˚C)
622M: –28 to –8 dBm (test pattern: PRBS 223 – 1,
BER 10–10, +10˚ to +40˚C)
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Power measurement
Measurement range: –30 to 0 dBm (peak power)
Accuracy: ≤±1 dB (–20 dBm)
Linearity: ≤±1 dB (–30 to 0 dBm)
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• MP0113A Optical 156M/622M (1.31/1.55) Unit
Transmit
Bit rate: 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Wavelength: 1310/1550 nm
Output level
1.31 µm: –11.5 dBm ±3.5 dB, 1.55 µm: –5 dBm ±2 dB
Optical safety: IEC825-1 Class 1, 21CFR1040.10 Class Ι
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Receive
Bit rate: 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Sensitivity
156M: –33 to –8 dBm (test pattern: PRBS 223 – 1,
BER 10–10, +10˚ to +40˚C)
622M: –28 to –8 dBm (test pattern: PRBS 223 – 1,
BER 10–10, +10˚ to +40˚C)
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Power measurement
Measurement range: –30 to 0 dBm (peak power)
Accuracy: ≤±1 dB (–20 dBm)
Linearity: ≤±1 dB (–30 to 0 dBm)
• MP0105A CMI Unit
Transmit
Bit rate: 155.52 Mbit/s, Level: 1 ±0.1 V, Connector: BNC (75 Ω)
Receive
Bit rate: 155.52 Mbit/s
–
Level: 1 ±0.1 V (0 to 12 dB, with √ f auto correction and
monitor function)
Connector: BNC (75 Ω)
• MP0108A NRZ Unit
Transmit
Bit rate: 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s
Level: ECL
Connector (data, clock): SMA (50 Ω)
Receive
Bit rate: 155.52, 622.08 Mbit/s
Level: ECL (–2 V)
Connector (data, clock): SMA (50 Ω)
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• MP0122B 1.5/45/52/52 (1.31) Unit
Optical interface
Transmit
Bit rate: 51.84 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Wavelength: 1310 nm
Output level: –11.5 dBm ±3.5 dB
Optical safety: IEC 825-1 Class 1, 21CFR1040.10 Class Ι
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Receive
Bit rate: 51.84 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Sensitivity
52M: –33 to –8 dBm (test pattern: PRBS 223 – 1, BER 10–10,
+10˚ to +40˚C)
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Power measurement
Measurement range: –30 to 0 dBm (peak power)
Accuracy: ≤±1 dB (–20 dBm)
Linearity: ≤±1 dB (–30 to 0 dBm)
Monitor input
Level: 0.1 to 1.0 Vp-p (AC), Connector: SMA (50 Ω)
• MU150008A/150009A/150010A 2.5G Unit
• MU150002A Optical 10G Rx (Narrow) Unit
Bit rate
9953.28, 2488.32 Mbit/s (Option 01)
Optical
input
Sensitivity
10G: –13 to –3 dBm (BER 10–12, NRZ, mark ratio: 1/2,
PRBS: 231 – 1)
2.5G: –29 to –10 dBm (BER 10–11, NRZ, mark ratio: 1/2,
PRBS: 223 – 1) (Option 01)
Connector: FC-PC (SMF)
Power measurement
Range:–16 to 0 dBm (10G, average power),
–30 to –10 dBm (2.5G, average power)
Accuracy: ≤±2 dB (10G, –10 dBm), ≤±2 dB (2.5G, –20 dBm)
Linearity: ≤±2 dB (10G, –16 to 0 dBm),
≤±2 dB (2.5G, –30 to –10 dBm)
Electrical
output
Data output: 0.65 to 1.4 Vp-p
Clock output: 0.65 to 1.3 Vp-p
Connector: SMA 50 Ω
• MU150031A/C Optical 10G Tx (1.55) High Power Unit
Bit rate
2488.32 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Bit rate
MU150031A: 9953.28 Mbit/s
MU150031C: 9953.28 Mbit/s, 2488.32 Mbit/s
Optical
output
Wavelength: 1310 nm (MU150008A), 1550 nm (MU150009A),
1310/1550 nm (MU150010A)
Output level: –4 dBm ±3 dB
Optical safety: IEC825-1 Class 3A, 21CFR1040.10 Class ΙΙΙb
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Optical
output
Wavelength: 1525 to 1565 nm
Output level: +2 dBm ±2 dB
Optical Safety: IEC825-1 (Class 3A), 21CFR1040.10 (Class ΙΙΙb)
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Electrical
input
Optical
input
Sensitivity
Narrow: –28 to –9 dBm (BER 10–10, +10˚ to +30˚C),
–27 to –9 dBm (BER 10–10, 0˚ to +30˚C)
Wide: –20 to –9 dBm (BER 10–10, +10˚ to +40˚C)
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Power measurement
Range: –30 to –9 dBm (peak power)
Accuracy: ≤±2 dB (–20 dBm)
Linearity: ≤±2 dB (–30 to –9 dBm)
Data input
H: 0 to –0.2 V, L: –0.85 to –1.4 V
Clock input
H: 0 to –0.2 V, L: –0.85 to –1.3 V
Connector: SMA (50 Ω)
• MU150061A/B Optical 10G Tx (1.31) Unit
Bit rate
MU150061A: 9953.28 Mbit/s
MU150061B: 9953.28 Mbit/s, 2488.32 Mbit/s
Electrical
I/O
Transmit (NRZ)
Level: ECL (–2 V), Connector (data, clock): SMA (50 Ω)
Receive (NRZ)
Level: ECL (–2 V), Connector (data, clock): SMA (50 Ω)
Monitor input
Level: 0.1 to 1.0 Vp-p (AC), Connector (data): SMA (50 Ω)
Optical
output
Wavelength: 1290 to 1330 nm
Output level: +3 dBm ±2 dB
Optical Safety: IEC825-1 (Class 3A), 21CFR1040.10 (Class ΙΙΙb)
Connector: FC-PC (SM-F)
Auxiliary
interface
External clock input, receive clock output, sync. output
Electrical
input
Data input
H: 0 to –0.2 V, L: –0.85 to –1.4 V
Clock input
H: 0 to –0.2 V, L: –0.85 to –1.3 V
Connector: SMA (50 Ω)
• MU150000A 2.5G/10G Unit
Bit rate
Electrical
I/O
Auxiliary
interface
9953.28, 2488.32 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Transmit (NRZ)
Level
Data H: 0 to –0.2 V, Data L: –0.85 to –1.4 V
Clock H: 0 to –0.2 V, Clock L: –0.85 to –1.3 V
Connector (data, clock): SMA (50 Ω)
Receive (NRZ)
Level
Data: 0.65 to 1.4 Vp-p, Clock: 0.65 to 1.3 Vp-p
Connector (data, clock): SMA (50 Ω)
External clock input, internal clock output, receive clock
output,156M sync. output
• MU150017A/B Optical 10G Rx (Wide) Unit
Bit rate
MU150017A: 9953.28 Mbit/s ±100 ppm
MU150017B:
9953.28 Mbit/s ±100 ppm, 2488.32 Mbit/s ±100 ppm
Optical
output
Wavelength
10G: 1550 nm band,
2.5G: 1310/1550 nm band (MU150017B)
Sensitivity:
–11 to –3 dBm (10G BER10–12, NRZ, VC4-64c,
scramble: on, mark ratio: 1/2, PRBS 223 – 1
–15 to –3 dBm (2.5G BER10–12, NRZ, VC4-16c,
scramble: on, mark ratio: 1/2, PRBS 223 – 1
Connector: FC-SPC (SM-F)
Power measurement
Range: –16 to –2 dBm (10G, average power),
–36 to –2 dBm (2.5G average power)
Accuracy: ≤±2 dB
Electrical
input
Data output: 0.7 to 1.3 Vp-p
Clock output: 0.65 to 1.3 Vp-p
Connector: SMA (50 Ω)
Output phase:
Variable output clock phase according to output data (10G
only)
• MU150001A/B Optical 10G Tx (1.55) Unit
Bit rate
9953.28, 2488.32 Mbit/s (Option)
Optical
output
Wavelength:
10G: 1550 nm band
2.5G: 1310 nm band (Option 01), 1550 nm band (Option 02),
1310/1550 nm band (Option 03)
Output level: –4 dBm ±3 dB
Optical safety: IEC825-1 Class 3A, 21CFR1040.10 Class ΙΙΙb
Connector: FC-PC (SMF)
Electrical
input
Data input
H: 0 to –0.2 V, L: –0.85 to –1.4 V
Clock input
H: 0 to –0.2 V, L: –0.85 to –1.3 V
Connector: SMA 50 Ω
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Unit
Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4/5 Front
√
MP0122A 1.5/45/52M Unit
√∗
√
MP0122B 1.5/45/52/52M (1.31) Unit
√∗
√
Model/Order No.
MP1570A∗1
√
MP0123A ATM Unit
MU150005A 2/8/34/139M, 156/622M Jitter Unit
√
MU150006A 1.5/45/52M, 156/622M Jitter Unit
√
MU150007A 2/8/34/139M, 1.5/45/52M,
156M/622M Jitter Unit
√
MP0111A Optical 156/622M (1.31) Unit
√
MP0112A Optical 156/622M (1.55) Unit
√
MU150008A 2.5G (1.31) Unit
√
MU150009A 2.5G (1.55) Unit
√
MU150010A 2.5G (1.31/1.55) Unit
√
J0908
E0008A
√
MU150011A 2.5G Jitter Unit
√
√
J0747A
J0747B
J0900A
√
MU150000A 2.5G/10G Unit
√
MU150001A/B Optical 10G Tx (1.55) Unit
MU150002A Optical 10G Rx (Narrow) Unit
J0635A
√
MP0105A CMI Unit
√
MP0108A NRZ Unit
√
MU150031A/C Optical 10G Tx (1.55)
High Power Unit
√
MU150061A/B Optical 10G Tx (1.31) Unit
√
MU150017A/B Optical 10G Rx (Wide) Unit
Z0169
F0079
B0329G
Z0486
J0907Q
√
MP0113A Optical 156/622M (1.31/1.55) Unit
MP0131A Add/Drop Unit
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number name and quantity when ordering.
MP0121A 2/8/34/139/156M Unit
√
Note: The same model name units can not be used simultaneously with inserted
them in to the plural slots. Only one unit is usable at a time.
∗: MP0122A/B can not insert in to slot 1 when MP0123A is inserted in to Slot 3
MX150001B
W1719AE
W1720AE
W1721AE
W1722AE
W1723AE
W1724AE
W1725AE
W1726AE
W1763AE
J1002A
J1002B
J1002C
MP0121A
MP0122A
MP0122B∗2
MP0123A
MU150008A∗2
MU150009A∗2
MU150010A∗2
MP0131A
MU150000A
MU150001A∗2
MU150001B∗2
MU150002A∗2
MP0111A∗2
MP0112A∗2
MP0113A∗2
MU150017A
MU150017B
MU150031A
MU150031C
MU150061A
Name
Main frame
SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer
Standard accessories
AC power cord:
1 pc
Printer paper (5 rolls/pack):
1 pack
Fuse, 10 A:
2 pcs
Front cover:
1 pc
Side cover:
1 pc
Remote interlock cord (for MU150001A/B,
MU150008A, MU150009A, MU150010A,
MU150031A/C, MU150061A/B):
1 pc
Remote interlock terminator (for MU150001A/B,
MU150008A, MU150009A, MU150010A,
MU150031A/C, MU150061A/B):
1 pc
Optical output control key (for MU150001A/B,
MU150008A, MU150009A, MU150010A,
MU150031A/C, MU150061A/B):
2 pcs
Fixed optical attenuator (5 dB, for MU150017A/B): 1 pc
Fixed optical attenuator (10 dB, for MU150002A): 1 pc
Coaxial cable (AA-165-200), 20 cm
(for MU150011A):
2 pcs
Optical fiber cable (FC · PC-FC · PC), 1 m (for
MU150002A, MU150008A, MU150009A,
MU150010A, MU150017A/B):
1 pc
Wander (MTIE, TDEV) Measurement Application
Software (supplied with MU150005A-02,
MU150006A-02, MU150007A-02):
1 pc
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 1 Basic operation for SDH):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 1 Basic operation for SONET):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 2 Remote control):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 3 ATM measurement):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 4 2.5G/10G measurement):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 5 Add/Drop function):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 6 Jitter/wander measurement, for
MU150005A/150006A/150007A):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 7 2.5G jitter/wander measurement, for
MU150011A):
1 copy
Wander (MTIE, TDEV) APPLI SOFT manual
(supplied with MX150001B):
1 copy
Semi-rigid cable (for MU150001A/B, MU150031A/C,
MU150061A/B):
2 pcs
Semi-rigid cable (for MU150002A, MU150017A/B): 2 pcs
Semi-rigid cable (for MU150000A):
3 pcs
Plug-in units
2/8/34/139/156M Unit
1.5/45/52M Unit
1.5/45/52/52M (1.31) Unit
ATM Unit
2.5G (1.31) Unit (with optical power meter)
2.5G (1.55) Unit (with optical power meter)
2.5G (1.31/1.55) Unit (with optical power meter)
Add/Drop Unit
2.5G/10G Unit
Optical 10G Tx (1.55) Unit (2 km transmission)
Optical 10G Tx (1.55) Unit (40 km transmission)
Optical 10G Rx (Narrow) Unit (with optical power meter)
Optical 156M/622M (1.31) Unit (with optical power meter)
Optical 156M/622M (1.55) Unit (with optical power meter)
Optical 156M/622M (1.31/1.55) Unit (with optical power
meter, 1.31/1.55 switchable)
Optical 10G Rx (Wide) Unit
Optical 2.5G/10G Rx (Wide) Unit
Optical 10G Tx (1.55) High Power Unit
Optical 2.5G/10G Tx (1.55) High Power Unit
Optical 10G Tx (1.31) Unit
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Model/Order No.
MU150061B
MU150005A
MU150006A
MU150007A
MU150011A
MP0105A
MP0108A
MP1570A-01∗3
MP1570A-02∗3
MP1570A-03∗3
MP1570A-04∗3
MP1570A-06
MP1570A-07
MP1570A-08
MP1570A-09
MP1570A-10∗1
MP1570A-11∗1
MP1570A-13
MP1570A-14
MP1570A-15
MP1570A-22
MU150005A-02
MU150006A-02
MU150007A-02
MU150005A-03
MU150006A-03
MU150007A-03
MU150008A-01
MU150009A-01
MU150010A-01
MU150000A-01
MU150001A/B-01
MU150001A/B-02
MU150001A/B-03
MU150002A-01
MU150002A-04
MP0111A/0112A-37
MP0111A/0112A-38
MP0111A/0112A-39
MP0111A/0112A-40
MP0111A/0112A-43
MP0113A-37
MP0113A-38
MP0113A-39
MP0113A-40
MP0113A-43
MP0122B-37
MP0122B-38
MP0122B-39
MP0122B-40
MP0122B-43
MU150008A-37
MU150008A-38
MU150008A-39
MU150008A-40
Name
Optical 2.5G/10G Tx (1.31) Unit
2/8/34/139M, 156/622M Jitter Unit [jitter generation/
measurement only (requires MP0121A)]
1.5/45/52M, 156/622M Jitter Unit [jitter generation/
measurement only (requires MP0122A/B)]
2/8/34/139M, 1.5/45/52M, 156/622M Jitter Unit [jitter
generation/measurement only (requires MP0121A or
MP0122A/B)]
2.5G Jitter Unit [jitter generation/measurement only
(requires MU150008A/150009A or MU150010A)]
CMI Unit
NRZ Unit
Options
RS-232C
GPIB
Ethernet
VGA output
MUX/DEMUX (2/8/34/139 Mbit/s, for MP0121A)
MUX/DEMUX (1.5/45 Mbit/s, for MP0122A/B)
45M-2M MUX/DEMUX (requires MP0121A and
MP0122A/B)
Japan mapping (requires MP0122A or MP0122B)
SDH
SONET
Frame memory capture (156M/622M, 64 frame)
IP-over-SONET/SDH (requires MP1570A-13)
IP-over-ATM (requires MP0123A)
K1/K2 overwrite through
Wander measurement
Wander measurement
Wander measurement
Wander reference output
Wander reference output
Wander reference output
Frame memory capture (2.5G, 64 frame)
Frame memory capture (2.5G, 64 frame)
Frame memory capture (2.5G, 64 frame)
Frame memory capture (2.5G/10G, 26 frame)
2.5G (1.31)
2.5G (1.55)
2.5G (1.31/1.55)
2.5G
Available for 10G (1.31)
FC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 2 sets
DIN connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
Model/Order No.
Name
MU150008A-43
MU150009A-37
MU150009A-38
MU150009A-39
MU150009A-40
MU150009A-43
MU150010A-37
MU150010A-38
MU150010A-39
MU150010A-40
MU150010A-43
MU150001A/B-37
MU150001A/B-38
MU150001A/B-39
MU150001A/B-40
MU150001A/B-43
MU150002A-37
MU150002A-38
MU150002A-39
MU150002A-40
MU150002A-43
MU150017A/B-37
MU150017A/B-38
MU150017A/B-39
MU150017A/B-40
MU150017A/B-43
MU150031A/C-37
MU150031A/C-38
MU150031A/C-39
MU150031A/C-40
MU150031A/C-43
MU150061A/B-37
MU150061A/B-38
MU150061A/B-39
MU150061A/B-40
MU150061A/B-43
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 1 set)
ST connector (replaceable, 1 set)
DIN connector (replaceable, 1 set)
SC connector (replaceable, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 1 set)
FC connector (replaceable, 1 set)∗4
ST connector (replaceable, 1 set)∗4
DIN connector (replaceable, 1 set)∗4
SC connector (replaceable, 1 set)∗4
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 1 set)∗4
FC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
ST connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
DIN connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
SC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
FC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
ST connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
DIN connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
SC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
FC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
ST connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
DIN connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
SC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
MP1570A-90
MP0121A-90
MP0122A-90
MP0122B-90
MP0123A-90
MU150005A-90
MU150006A-90
MU150007A-90
MU150008A-90
MU150009A-90
MU150010A-90
MU150011A-90
MU150000A-90
MU150001A-90
MU150001B-90
MU150002A-90
MP0111A-90
MP0112A-90
MP0113A-90
MP0105A-90
MP0108A-90
MU150017A/B-90
MU150031A/C-90
MU150061A/B-90
Maintenance service*5
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
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Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
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Model/Order No.
MP1777A
MP9677B
MU967701A
MP1580A
MU150018A
MN9320A
MX150001B
J0796A
J0796B
J0796C
J0796D
J0796E
J0162A
J0162B
J0845A
J0775D
J0776D
J0898A
J0898B
J0635A
J0635B
J0635C
J0660A
J0660B
J0660C
J0756A
J0756B
J0756C
J0747A
J0747B
J0747C
J0747D
J1049A
J1049B
J1049C
J1049D
J1050A
J1050B
J1050C
J1050D
J0322B
J0008
A0006
B0453B
B0454C
B0454D
B0448
B0336C
Name
Application equipment
10 GHz Jitter Analyzer
E/O, O/E Converter
Clock Recovery Unit (9.95328 Gbit/s)
Portable 2.5G/10G Analyzer
2.5G/10G Jitter Unit (for MP1580A)
Optional accessories
Optical Channel Drop Unit (OCD)
Wander (MTIE, TDEV) Measurement Application
Software (supplied with MU150005A-02/150006A-02/
150007A-02)
ST connector (replaceable, with protective caps, 1 set)
DIN connector (replaceable, with protective caps, 1 set)
SC connector (replaceable, with protective caps, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, with protective caps,
1 set)
FC connector (replaceable, with protective caps, 1 set)
Balanced cable, 1 m (Siemens 3p-Siemens 3p)
Balanced cable, 2 m (Siemens 3p-Siemens 3p)
Balanced cable, 6 ft (BANTAM 3P/BANTAM 3P)
Coaxial cable (BNC-P620 · 3C-2WS · BNC-P620,
75 Ω), 2 m
Coaxial cable (BNC-P-3W · 3D-2W · BNC-P-3W, 50 Ω),
2m
Conversion cable (M-1PS · BANTAM 3P), 1 m
Conversion cable (M-1PS · BANTAM 3P), 2 m
Optical fiber cable, 1 m (SM, FC-SPC connector both
ends)
Optical fiber cable, 2 m (SM, FC-SPC connector both
ends)
Optical fiber cable, 3 m (SM, FC-SPC connector both
ends)
Optical fiber cable, 1 m (SM, SC connector, both-ends)
Optical fiber cable, 2 m (SM, SC connector, both-ends)
Optical fiber cable, 3 m (SM, SC connector, both-ends)
Optical fiber cable, 1 m (SM, ST connector, both-ends)
Optical fiber cable, 2 m (SM, ST connector, both-ends)
Optical fiber cable, 3 m (SM, ST connector, both-ends)
Fixed optical attenuator (5 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator (10 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator (15 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator (20 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, SC (5 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, SC (10 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, SC (15 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, SC (20 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, ST (5 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, ST (10 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, ST (15 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, ST (20 dB)
Coaxial cable (11SMA · SUCOFLEX104 · 11SMA), 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Head set
Blank panel (for front slot)
Blank panel (for slot 1 to 3)
Blank panel (for slot 4/5)
Soft case
Carrying case
∗1: Must specify SDH (Option 10) or SONET (Option 11) when ordering depends on your system. The option price is included in the MP1570A.
These two options can be installed simultaneously. But in this case, one
option price is charged.
∗2: Specify the connector to be supplied as the standard connector when ordering the above options. If the connector is not specified the FC connector (MP0111A/0112A/0113A/0122B-37, MU150008A/150009A/150010A/
150001A/150001B/150002A-37) is supplied as standard.
∗3: The video output, RS-232C, GPIB and Ethernet options cannot all be used
simultaneously. Only the video output + RS-232C, or video output + GPIB,
or RS-232C + GPIB board, or Ethernet board combinations support simultaneous use, so change the board combinations according to the purpose.
∗4: With Option 01, 2 sets
∗5: Please ask your local Anritsu Field Office or Sales. Representative for
price and availability.
The units for MP1552A/B and MP1555A/B can be used with MP1570A.
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SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM ANALYZER
MP1570A1
1.5 Mbit/s to 10 Gbit/s
2
Supports North American and European Mapping by One Box
NEW
GPIB
OPTION
MP1570A1 is a SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer which has one
more slot compared with MP1570A. It can measure bit rate of 2488M
(OC-48) or more in North American and European mapping without
the DSn and PDH plug-in units exchange.
Specifications
• General
(Other specifications are same as MP1570A. For the specification, refer to page 152.)
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MP1570A1∗1
Z0169
F0079
B0482
J0907Q
Printer
Internal, external
Internal
memory
Measurement settings memory: 10
Graphics memory: 15
Others
FDD, RS-232C (Option 01)∗1, GPIB (Option 02)∗1,
Ethernet (Option 03)∗1, Video output (Option 04)∗1,
buzzer, clock, help, screen copy
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ,
Pollution degree 2)
Dimensions
and mass
320 (W) x 222 (H) x 350 (D) mm, 12 kg approx.
(excluding plug-in units and options)
J0900A
Power
100 to 240 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤500 VA
J0635A
Temperature
0° to +40°C
∗1: The video output, RS-232C, GPIB and Ethernet options cannot all be
used simultaneously. Only the video output + RS-232C, or video output
+ GPIB, or RS-232C + GPIB board, or Ethernet board combinations support simultaneous use, so change the board combinations according to
the purpose.
J0908
E0008A
J0747A
J0747B
MX150001B
W1882AE
W1719AE
W1720AE
W1721AE
W1722AE
W1723AE
Name
Main frame
SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer
Standard accessories
AC power cord:
1 pc
Printer paper (5 rolls/pack):
1 pack
Fuse, 10 A:
2 pcs
Front cover:
1 pc
Remote interlock cord (for MU150001A/B,
MU150008A, MU150009A, MU150010A,
MU150031A/C, MU150061A/B):
1 pc
Remote interlock terminator (for MU150001A/B,
MU150008A, MU150009A, MU150010A,
MU150031A/C, MU150061A/B):
1 pc
Optical output control key (for MU150001A/B,
MU150008A, MU150009A, MU150010A,
MU150031A/C, MU150061A/B):
2 pc
Fixed optical attenuator
(5 dB, for MU150017A/B):
1 pc
Fixed optical attenuator (10 dB, for
MU150002A):
1 pc
Coaxial cable (AA-165-200, 20 cm, for
MU150011A):
2 pcs
Optical fiber cable (FC · PC-FC · PC, 1 m, for
MU150002A/150008A/150009A/150010A,
MU150017A/B):
1 pc
Wander (MTIE, TDEV) Measurement
Application Software (supplied with
MU150005A-02/150006A-02/150007A-02): 1 pc
MP1570A1 operation manual:
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 1 Basic operation for SDH):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 1 Basic operation for SONET):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 2 Remote control):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 3 ATM measurement):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 4 2.5G/10G measurement):
1 copy
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Model/Order No.
W1724AE
W1725AE
W1726AE
W1763AE
J1002A
J1002B
J1002C
MP0121A
MP0122A
MP0122B∗2
MP0123A
MU150005A
MU150006A
MU150007A
MU150008A∗2
MU150009A∗2
MU150010A∗2
MU150011A
MP0131A
MU150000A
MU150001A∗2
MU150001B∗2
MU150002A∗2
MP0111A∗2
MP0112A∗2
MP0113A∗2
MU150017A
MU150017B
MU150031A
MU150031C
MU150061A
MU150061B
MP0105A
MP0108A
MP1570A1-01∗3
MP1570A1-02∗3
MP1570A1-03∗3
MP1570A1-04∗3
MP1570A1-06
MP1570A1-07
MP1570A1-08
MP1570A1-09
MP1570A1-10∗1
MP1570A1-11∗1
MP1570A1-13
MP1570A1-14
MP1570A1-15
MP1570A1-22
MU150005A-02
MU150006A-02
MU150007A-02
MU150005A-03
MU150006A-03
MU150007A-03
MU150008A-01
MU150009A-01
MU150010A-01
MU150000A-01
MU150001A/B-01
MU150001A/B-02
MU150001A/B-03
MU150002A-01
MU150002A-04
MP0111A/0112A-37
MP0111A/0112A-38
MP0111A/0112A-39
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Name
Model/Order No.
MP1570A operation manual
(Vol. 5 Add/Drop function):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual (Vol. 6 Jitter/wander
measurement, for MU150005A/150006A/
150007A):
1 copy
MP1570A operation manual (Vol. 7 2.5G jitter/
wander measurement, for MU150011A):
1 copy
Wander (MTIE, TDEV) Measurement
Application Software (supplied with
MX150001B):
1 copy
Semi-rigid cable (for MU150001A/B,
MU150031A/C, MU150061A/B):
2 pcs
Semi-rigid cable (for MU150002A, MU150017A/B): 2 pcs
Semi-rigid cable (for MU150000A):
3 pcs
MP0111A/0112A-40
MP0111A/0112A-43
MP0113A-37
MP0113A-38
MP0113A-39
MP0113A-40
MP0113A-43
MP0122B-37
MP0122B-38
MP0122B-39
MP0122B-40
MP0122B-43
MU150008A-37
MU150008A-38
MU150008A-39
MU150008A-40
MU150008A-43
MU150009A-37
MU150009A-38
MU150009A-39
MU150009A-40
MU150009A-43
MU150010A-37
MU150010A-38
MU150010A-39
MU150010A-40
MU150010A-43
MU150001A/B-37
MU150001A/B-38
MU150001A/B-39
MU150001A/B-40
MU150001A/B-43
MU150002A-37
MU150002A-38
MU150002A-39
MU150002A-40
MU150002A-43
MU150017A/B-37
MU150017A/B-38
MU150017A/B-39
MU150017A/B-40
MU150017A/B-43
MU150031A/C-37
MU150031A/C-38
MU150031A/C-39
MU150031A/C-40
MU150031A/C-43
MU150061A/B-37
MU150061A/B-38
MU150061A/B-39
MU150061A/B-40
MU150061A/B-43
SC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
SC connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 3 sets)
FC connector (replaceable, 1 set)
ST connector (replaceable, 1 set)
DIN connector (replaceable, 1 set)
SC connector (replaceable, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 1 set)
FC connector (replaceable, 1 set∗4)
ST connector (replaceable, 1 set∗4)
DIN connector (replaceable, 1 set∗4)
SC connector (replaceable, 1 set∗4)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, 1 set∗4)
FC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
ST connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
DIN connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
SC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
FC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
ST connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
DIN connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
SC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
FC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
ST connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
DIN connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
SC connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (user replaceable, 1 set)
MP0121A-90
MP0122A-90
MP0122B-90
MP0123A-90
MU150005A-90
MU150006A-90
MU150007A-90
MU150008A-90
MU150009A-90
MU150010A-90
MU150011A-90
MU150000A-90
MU150001A-90
MU150001B-90
MU150002A-90
MP0111A-90
MP0112A-90
MP0113A-90
MP0105A-90
MP0108A-90
MU150017A/B-90
MU150031A/C-90
MU150061A/B-90
Maintenance service∗5
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
MP1777A
MP9677B
MU967701A
MP1580A
MU150018A
Application equipment
10 GHz Jitter Analyzer
E/O, O/E Converter
Clock Recovery Unit (9.95328 Gbit/s)
Portable 2.5G/10G Analyzer
2.5G/10G Jitter Unit (for MP1580A)
Plug-in units
2/8/34/139/156M Unit
1.5/45/52M Unit
1.5/45/52/52M (1.31) Unit
ATM Unit
2/8/34/139M, 156/622M Jitter Unit (only jitter
generation/measurement, requires MP0121A)
1.5/45/52M, 156/622M Jitter Unit (only jitter
generation/measurement, requires MP0122A/B)
2/8/34/139M, 1.5/45/52M, 156/622M Jitter Unit
(only jitter generation/measurement, requires
MP0121A or MP0122A/B)
2.5G (1.31) Unit (with optical power meter)
2.5G (1.55) Unit (with optical power meter)
2.5G (1.31/1.55) Unit (with optical power meter)
2.5G Jitter Unit (only jitter generation/measurement,
requires MU150008A, MU150009A, or MU150010A)
Add/Drop Unit
2.5G/10G Unit
Optical 10G Tx (1.55) Unit (2 km transmission)
Optical 10G Tx (1.55) Unit (40 km transmission)
Optical 10G Rx (Narrow) Unit (with optical power meter)
Optical 156M/622M (1.31) Unit (with optical power meter)
Optical 156M/622M (1.55) Unit (with optical power meter)
Optical 156M/622M (1.33/1.55) Unit (with optical
power meter, 1.31/1.55 switchable)
Optical 10G Rx (Wide) Unit
Optical 2.5G/10G Rx (Wide) Unit
Optical 10G Tx (1.55) High Power Unit
Optical 2.5G/10G Tx (1.55) High Power Unit
Optical 10G Tx (1.31) Unit
Optical 2.5G/10G Tx (1.31) Unit
CMI Unit
NRZ Unit
Options
RS-232C
GPIB
Ethernet
VGA output
MUX/DEMUX (2/8/34/139 Mbit/s, for MP0121A)
MUX/DEMUX (1.5/45 Mbit/s, for MP0122A/B)
45M-2M MUX/DEMUX (requires MP0121A and
MP0122A/B)
Japan mapping (requires MP0122A or MP0122B)
SDH
SONET
Frame memory capture (156M/622M, 64 frame)
IP-over-SONET/SDH (requires option of frame
memory/capture)
IP-over-ATM (requires MP0123A)
K1/K2 overwrite through
Wander measurement
Wander measurement
Wander measurement
Wander reference output
Wander reference output
Wander reference output
Frame memory capture (2.5G, 64 frame)
Frame memory capture (2.5G, 64 frame)
Frame memory capture (2.5G, 64 frame)
Frame memory capture (2.5G/10G, 26 frame)
2.5G (1.31)
2.5G (1.55)
2.5G (1.31/1.55)
2.5G
Available for 10G (1.31)
FC connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
ST connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
DIN connector (replaceable, 2 sets)
For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
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Model/Order No.
J0796A
J0796B
J0796C
J0796D
J0796E
J0162A
J0162B
J0845A
J0775D
J0776D
J0898A
J0898B
J0635A
J0635B
J0635C
J0660A
J0660B
J0660C
J0756A
J0756B
J0756C
J0747A
J0747B
J0747C
J0747D
J1049A
J1049B
J1049C
J1049D
J1050A
J1050B
J1050C
J1050D
J0322B
J0008
A0006
B0453B
B0454C
B0454D
Name
Optional accessories
ST connector (replaceable, with protective caps, 1 set)
DIN connector (replaceable, with protective caps, 1 set)
SC connector (replaceable, with protective caps, 1 set)
HMS-10/A connector (replaceable, with protective
caps, 1 set)
FC connector (replaceable, with protective caps,
1 set)
Balanced cable (Siemens 3P-Siemens 3P), 1 m
Balanced cable (Siemens 3P-Siemens 3P), 2 m
Balanced cable (BANTAM 3P/BANTAM 3P), 6 ft
Coaxial cable (BNC-P620 · 3C-2WS · BNC-P620,
75 Ω), 2 m
Coaxial cable (BNC-P-3W · 3D-2W · BNC-P-3W,
50 Ω), 2 m
Conversion cable (M-1PS · BANTAM 3P), 1 m
Conversion cable (M-1PS · BANTAM 3P), 2 m
Optical fiber cable (SM, FC-SPC connector both
ends), 1 m
Optical fiber cable (SM, FC-SPC connector both
ends), 2 m
Optical fiber cable (SM, FC-SPC connector both
ends), 3 m
Optical fiber cable, 1 m (SM, SC connector, both-ends)
Optical fiber cable, 2 m (SM, SC connector, both-ends)
Optical fiber cable, 3 m (SM, SC connector, both-ends)
Optical fiber cable, 1 m (SM, ST connector, both-ends)
Optical fiber cable, 2 m (SM, ST connector, both-ends)
Optical fiber cable, 3 m (SM, ST connector, both-ends)
Fixed optical attenuator (5 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator (10 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator (15 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator (20 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, SC (5 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, SC (10 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, SC (15 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, SC (20 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, ST (5 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, ST (10 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, ST (15 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator, ST (20 dB)
Coaxial cable (11SMA · SUCOFLEX104 · 11SMA), 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Head set
Blank panel (for front panel)
Blank panel (for Slot 1 to 3)
Blank panel (for Slot 4/5)
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∗1: Must specify SDH (Option 10) or SONET (Option 11) when ordering depends on your system. The option price is included in the MP1570A1.
These two options can be installed simultaneously. But in this case, one
option price is charged.
∗2: Specify the connector to be supplied as the standard connector when ordering the above options. If the connector is not specified the FC connector MP0111A/0112A/0113A/0122B-37, MU150008A/150009A/150010A/
150001A/150001B/150002A-37) is supplied as standard.
∗3: The video output, RS-232C, GPIB and Ethernet options cannot all be used
simultaneously. Only the video output + RS-232C, or video output + GPIB,
or RS-232C + GPIB board, or Ethernet board combinations support simultaneous use, so change the board combinations according to the purpose.
∗4: With Option 01, 2 sets
∗5: Please ask your local Anritsu Field Office or Sales. Representative for
price and availability.
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PORTABLE 2.5G/10G ANALYZER
MP1580A
For 2.5G/10G Jitter/Wander Measurements
The MP1580A is a unique and powerful solution for analyzing jitter
at the standard OC-48/192 or STM-16/64 bit rates. It can measure
jitter of 2.5G/10G electrical interfaces (clock signal) with a simple
operation. In addition, when used in combination with the MP1570A
SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer, evaluation of jitter characteristics
in digital transmission lines, systems and devices, such as — jitter
tolerance, jitter transfer, jitter generation, etc., can be performed
easily.
NEW
Application
• Output jitter measurement
The MP1580A can easily measure the jitter clock signal (electrical interface only) by just inputting the output clock of DUT directly.
Functions
• Complies with
the latest ITU-T O.172 and Bellcore GR-1377
standards
The MP1580A conforms to both the OC-192/STM-64 jitter measurement standards and supports required jitter modulation amplitude of
4000 UIp-p and 80 MHz jitter bandwidth.
• Supports 10 GHz wander measurement according to the latest
ITU-T G.813 standard (option)
The MP1580A can generate and measure various types of wander.
It can generate wander in the frequency range of 10 µHz to 10 Hz at
400,000 UIp-p max. In addition, MTIE/TDEV can be measured in
real-time using an external PC and optional application software
(MX150002A).
• Single cabinet support for both 2.5G and 10G jitter/wander
measurements
Just one MP1580A is required for 2.5G and 10G jitter generation and
analysis. When combined with the MP1570A and MU150000A, jitter
can be added to SONET/SDH signals and measured.
• Differences from existing instrument (MP1777A)
Anritsu launched the MP1777A 10 GHz Jitter Analyzer in February
of 1998, as a jitter measurement solution for OC-192/STM-64
(9953M). The new MP1580A Portable 2.5G/10G Jitter Analyzer is
providing more convenience in measurement without the need for
ancillary equipment (network analyzer, external E/O-O/E converter).
Anritsu has also developed a Wide Band O/E Converter
(MU150017A/B) for the MP1570A to support jitter measurement of
80 MHz at 9953.28 Mbit/s as required by ITU-T standard in conjunction with the MP1580A. Although it uses two cabinets, the compact
size makes the system ideal for R&D, manufacturing, installation and
maintenance. In addition, the MP1570A can be controlled from the
MP1580A for performing automatic measurements, such as Jitter
Tolerance and Jitter Transfer.
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Optical signals can be measured easily by combining the MP1580A
with the MP1570A, MU150000A, MU150001A and MU150017A/B.
• Jitter tolerance measurement
When the MP1580A is used with the MP1570A (send/receive jittered
clock), jitter tolerance tests can be performed on OC-192/STM-64
and OC-48/STM-16 signals of electrical and optical interfaces.
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• Jitter transfer measurement
• Wander generation and measurement
When the MP1580A is used with the MP1570A (send/receive jittered
clock), jitter transfer tests can be performed on OC-192/STM-64 and
OC-48/STM-16 signals of electrical and optical interfaces.
The MP1580A can generate and measure of wander conforming to
ITU-T O.172 and also generation of TDEV conforming to ITU-T
G.813. It also can measure TIE (Time Interval Error) by itself and
measure MTIE and TDEV by connection of an external PC in which
MX150002A is installed.
Specifications
Frequency
Range: 9953.28, 2488.32 MHz
Offset range: ±100 ppm
Resolution: 0.1 ppm
Accuracy: ±0.1 ppm (calibrate after 60 min warm-up, 23 ±5˚C)
Generation function: Clock signal output, data signal output (with MP1570A), jitter on, wander on/off
Modulation source: Internal (sine wave), external (for jitter generation function only)
Modulation frequency accuracy: fm ±100 ppm (0.1 Hz to 80 MHz)
Jitter generation: Conform to ITU-T O.172
Jitter amplitude [UIp-p]
4000 Ul range
Slope : –20 dB/dec
80 Ul range
Slope : –20 dB/dec
A2'
0.5 Ul range
A1
f0
f1 f2
Bit rate
(bit/s)
f0
(Hz)
f1
(Hz)
9953.28M
0.1
15
f3
Modulation frequency (Hz)
f4
f5
f2
(Hz)
f3
(kHz)
f4
(MHz)
f5
(MHz)
A1
(UIp-p)
A2'
(UIp-p)
A2
(UIp-p)
A3'
(UIp-p)
A3
(UIp-p)
600
100
2
80
0.5
4
80
100
4000
0.5 UI range: 0.000 to 0.505 UIp-p (0.001 UIp-p steps)
80 UI range: 0.00 to 80.80 UIp-p (0.05 UIp-p steps)
4000 UI range: 0 to 4040 UIp-p (2 UIp-p steps)
1000 Ul range
Jitter amplitude [UIp-p]
Jitter generation
A3
A3'
A2
A3
A3'
A2
Slope : –20 dB/dec
20 Ul range
Slope : –20 dB/dec
A2'
0.5 Ul range
A1
f0
f1 f2
f3
Modulation frequency (Hz)
Bit rate
(bit/s)
f0
(Hz)
f1
(Hz)
2488.32M
0.1
15
f4
f5
f2
(Hz)
f3
(kHz)
f4
(MHz)
f5
(MHz)
A1
(UIp-p)
A2'
(UIp-p)
A2
(UIp-p)
A3'
(UIp-p)
A3
(UIp-p)
600
100
2
20
0.5
1
20
25
1000
0.5 UI range: 0.000 to 0.505 UIp-p (0.001 UIp-p steps)
20 UI range: 0.00 to 20.20 UIp-p (0.01 UIp-p steps)
1000 UI range: 0 to 1010 UIp-p (1 UIp-p steps)
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Wander generation: 10 µHz to 10 Hz, 0 to 400,000 UIp-p (1 UIp-p steps), conform to ITU-T O.172
Wander generation
Wander amplitude [UIp-p]
A0
Slope : –20 dB/dec
A1
F0
F1
Modulation frequency (Hz)
F2
Bit rate
(bit/s)
F0
(µHz)
F1
(mHz)
F2
(Hz)
A0
(UIp-p)
A1
(UIp-p)
Steps
(UIp-p)
2488.32M
10
400
10
400,000
16,000
1
9953.28M
10
400
10
400,000
16,000
1
Jitter amplitude [UIp-p]
Measurement functions: UIp-p, UI + peak, UI – peak, UIrms, hit count, hit second, %F second, peak jitter
Measurement mode: Repeat, single, manual
Display: Current, last
Measurement interval: 1 to 99 s, 1 to 99 min, 1 to 99 h, 1 to 99 day
Jitter measurement: Conform to ITU-T O.172
20 Ul range
20
2 Ul range
2
0.2
F1
Bit rate
(bit/s)
9953.28M
Jitter amplitude [UIp-p]
F2
F2'
Modulation frequency (Hz)
Range
(UI)
2488.32M
Jitter measurement
F1'
F1
(Hz)
F1'
(Hz)
F3
F4
F2
(kHz)
F2'
(kHz)
F3
(MHz)
F4
(MHz)
20
2
—
100
—
100
1
20
10
—
10
—
1
20
2
—
100
—
400
4
80
20
10
—
40
—
4
80
F2
(Hz)
F2'
(Hz)
F3
(kHz)
4000 Ul range
4000
1000 Ul range
1000
2
F1
F1'
F2 F2'
Modulation frequency (Hz)
F1'
(Hz)
F3
Bit rate
(bit/s)
Range
(UI)
F1
(Hz)
2488.32M
1000
—
1
—
12.1
5
9953.28M
4000
1
—
12.1
—
20
UIp-p measurement
2 UI range: 0.000 to 2.020 UIp-p (0.001 UIp-p steps)
20 UI range: 0.00 to 20.20 UIp-p (0.01 UIp-p steps)
1000 UI range: 0 to 1010 UIp-p (1 UIp-p steps, 2488.32 Mbit/s only)
4000 UI range: 0 to 4040 UIp-p (2 UIp-p steps, 9953.28 Mbit/s only)
UI rms measurement
2 UI range: 0.000 to 0.714 UIrms (0.001 UIrms steps)
20 UI range: 0.00 to 7.17 UIrms (0.01 UIrms steps)
Filters:
Confirming to ITU-T O.172 and Bellcore GR1377
LP, HP0 + LP, HP1 + LP, HP1' + LP, HP2 + LP, HP + LP, HP' + LP, LP' (1000/4000 UI range only),
HP0 + LP' (1000/4000 UI range only)
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Bit rate
(bit/s)
HP0
(Hz)
2488.32M
10
9953.28M
10
HP1
(kHz)
HP1'
(kHz)
HP2
(MHz)
5
—
10
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HP'
(kHz)
HP
(kHz)
LP
(MHz)
LP'
(kHz)
1
—
12
20
5
4
50
12
80
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Off: Able to set non-modulated status∗
TDEV mask:
The 37 types of TDEV masks that are regulated by ITU-T, ETSI, ANSI, and Bellcore standards are available as default.
It is possible to add the wander modulation on the user specified TDEV mask.
Transient: It is possible to change the A (1 – e –63.7t ) phase by the timing of the start.
Signal off: It is possible to disconnect the standard signal.
Wander tolerance (TDEV) measurement: Evaluation by the various TDEV mask generations
Reference wander
generation
(Option 03)
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Conform to ITU-T O.172
Reference input: 2.048M (HDB3, clock), 1.544M (AMI/B8ZS, clock), 64k + 8 kHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz
Sampling frequency: 40 Hz, 1 Hz, 0.1 Hz (select by MX150002A)
Measurement range
P-P: 0.0 to 2E10 ns, +P/–P: 0.0 to 1E10 ns, TIE: 0.0 to ±1E10 ns
Measurement time: 10 to 1 x 108 s (max. 120,000 s; MP1570A only)
Wander application (requires MX150002A Wander Application Software)
TIE: Max. 1 x 108 s, MTIE: Max. 1 x 108 s, TDEV: Max. 1 x 106 s
Frequency offset: Measurement conforms to ANSI TI.105.09
Frequency drift rate: Measurement conforms to ANSI TI.105.09
Wander tolerance (TDEV) measurement: Evaluation by the various TDEV mask generations
Wander
measurement
(Option 02)
Other measurement
Jitter transfer, frequency measurement, jitter tolerance, jitter sweep, frequency sweep, wander sweep (with MP1570A)
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 100 (H) x 350 (D) mm, ≤10 kg (with MU150018A)
Power
≤250 VA
Temperature range
0˚ to +40˚C (operating), –20˚ to +60˚C (storage)
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗: Only non-modulated status can be set without this option.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MP1580A
Name
Main frame
Portable 2.5G/10G Analyzer
J1074
J1075
Standard accessories
AC power cord:
1 pc
Fuse, 6.3 A:
1 pc
Front cover:
1 pc
MP1580A operation manual
(Vol 1 Jitter/wander):
1 copy
MP1580A operation manual
(Vol 2 Remote control):
1 copy
Wander Measurement Application Software
(MTIE/TDEV) ∗Supplied with MU150018A-02: 1 pc
MX150002A operation manual (wander application)
∗Supplied with MX150002A:
1 copy
Semirigid cable Tx (for connection to MP1570A): 1 pc
Semirigid cable Rx (for connection to MP1570A): 1 pc
MU150018A
Plug-in unit
2.5G/10G Jitter Unit
MP1580A-01
MP1580A-02
MP1580A-04
MU150018A-02
MU150018A-03
Options
RS-232C
GPIB
VGA
Wander measurement
Wander reference output phase modulation
MP1580A-90
MU150018A-90
Maintenance service
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
F0093A
B0489
W1889AE
W1890AE
MX150002A
W1892AE
MP1570A
MP1570A-02
MP1570A-10∗
MP1570A-11∗
MU150000A
MU150001A
MU150001B
MU150001A/B-01
MU150001A/B-02
MU150001A/B-03
MU150017A
MU150017B
MP9677B
MU967701A
MP35A
Model/Order No.
J0661A
J0006
J0007
J0008
J0696A
J0696C
J0900E
J0162A
J0162C
J0845A
J0775D
J0776D
B0490
B0491
B0492
Name
Optical accessories
RS232C cable (cross cable with D-sub 9 pin connector
at both ends), 2 m
GPIB cable, 0.5 m
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Coaxial cord (AA-165-500), 0.5 m
Coaxial cord (AA-165-1000), 1 m
Coaxial cord (AA-165-1500), 1.5 m
Balanced cord (Siemence 3P · Siemence 3P) 1 m
Balanced cord (Siemence 3P · Siemence 3P), 2 m
Balanced cord, (Bantam 3P · Bantam 3P), 6 ft
Coaxial cord (BNC-P620 · 3C-2WS · BNC-P620, 75 Ω),
2m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P-3W · 3D-2W · BNC-P-3W, 50 Ω),
2m
Joint plate (to mount MP1580A and MP1570A in a stack)
Soft case
Hard carrying case
∗: Must specify SDH (Option 10) or SONET (Option 11) when ordering depends on your systems. The option price is included in the MP1570A.
These two options can be installed simultaneously. But in this case, one
option is charged.
Peripherals
SONET/SDH/PDH/ATM Analyzer
GPIB (requires to combine with MP1580A)
SDH
SONET
2.5G/10G Unit (electrical for MP1570A)
Optical 10G Tx (1.55) Unit ∗2 km, for MP1570A
Optical 10G Tx (1.55) Unit ∗40 km, for MP1570A
2.5G (1.31, option for MP1570A)
2.5G (1.55, option for MP1570A)
2.5G (1.31/1.55, option for MP1570A)
Optical 10G Rx (Wide) Unit ∗For MP1570A
Optical 2.5G/10G Rx (Wide) Unit ∗For MP1570A
E/O, O/E Converter
Clock Recovery Unit (9953.28 MHz) ∗For MP9677B
Matching Transformer
(BNC-J/Siemence, C42334-A282, 75/120 Ω)
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DATA QUALITY ANALYZER
MD1230A
Complete Performance Testing and Monitoring with One Unit
IP Networks are spreading rapidly throughout society in line with the
expansion of networks carrying voice, video, and mission-critical
data. And now maintenance of network quality has become an important theme.
Development of network equipment and systems requires the measurement of network performance and QoS evaluations. In addition,
network operations and maintenance require monitoring of in-service traffic, latency, and frame arrival time variation (frame jitter) as
well as prompt troubleshooting.
The MD1230A integrates both performance testing and network
monitoring into one instrument.
Applications
• R&D
RFC2544 test
The six standard RFC1242 and RFC2544 tests: Throughput,
Latency, Frame Loss Rate, Back-to-Back-Frame, System Recovery,
and Reset, can be performed automatically with the results displayed
graphically or in table form. The test efficiency has been improved
through automation.
BGP4 link flap/route flap test
The MD1230A can emulate the BGP4 (Border Gateway Protocol version 4) speaker for a maximum of 8 devices. It can also perform link
flap tests for neighboring routers and route flap tests for up to 800
routes. (However, it cannot use routes advertised by the DUT in the
route flap test.)
• Manufacturing
Automated testing using GPIB commands (MD1230A Option 02)
Preset test items for production lines of network devices, etc., can be
executed automatically and the measurement results saved. The
MD1230A supports GPIB commands and almost all its functions can
be executed via GPIB. In addition, several MD1230As can be controlled from one controller. Since the automated control programs
use well-known GPIB commands, users' development costs of application software can be saved.
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• Maintenance
VPN QoS traffic monitoring
Since traffic can be measured according to 8 priority levels based on
the VLAN tag user priority field specified by IEEE802.1D and the
least 3 bits of the DSCP field specified by RFC2474, it is also possible to measure QoS traffic for other packets not generated by the
MD1230A.
If user-defined filters are used, VoIP traffic (specified UDP port number) to which specific MPLS labels are appended can be measured
in real time.
Protocol analysis
Layer 2 to Layer 4 protocol decode can be performed on captured
packets. Any problems with frame transportation are basically covered by the MD1230A protocol decode function of Layer 2 to Layer
4.
Remote latency (MD1230A Option 05)
The MD1230A has an optional GPS function and it can perform time
synchronization with remote MD1230A units to measure frame latency of a long distance. Moreover, the capture function can be triggered when the measured latency exceeds the user setting. At present, there are services for guaranteeing VPN latency but if these
services develop a fault, the MD1230A is very helpful.
Functions
• Physical interface for 10 Mbit/s to 10 Gbit/s
The MD1230A has the interface modules shown in the table below,
and other interface modules will be added to the list. The Gigabit
Ethernet Module has a Giga-Bit Interface Converter (GBIC) that can
be changed to support 1000BASE-SX/LX/LH/ZX ports.
10/100M Ethernet Module
8 ports
Gigabit Ethernet Module
2 ports
2.5G (1.31) Module
1 port
2.5G (1.55) Module
1 port
10G (1.31) Module
1 port
10G (1.55) Module
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• Expandable to 320 ports (100BASE-TX)
Any combination of five interface modules can be installed in the
MD1230A. Moreover, a maximum of eight MD1230A units can be
daisy chained via Ethernet with one unit acting as a controller for all
units. Furthermore, time synchronization is performed by connecting a clock to the daisy chain. Latency between any ports can be
measured. The number of ports can be expanded up to a maximum
of 320 by using the 10M/100M Ethernet module.
Module
10M/100M
Ethernet
Gigabit
Ethernet
2.5G
10G
No. of ports/module
8
2
1
1
No. of modules/unit
5
5
5
5
No. of ports/unit
40
10
5
5
No. of ports for 8
connections
320
80
40
40
• Real-time measurement of in-service traffic
Traffic monitoring
The MD1230A can measure send and receive byte/frame counts,
QoS frame counts in 8 priority ranks, counts of each error type, count
of SONET/SDH alarms, etc., in real time. In addition, when the
above-described filter function is used, specific frame traffic can be
measured for each port. This is an extremely powerful function
– for example, in VPN services, specific MPLS VoIP frames (specified by UDP port number) can be extracted.
• Powerful and flexible filter/trigger conditions
The MD1230A has powerful and flexible filter and trigger functions
that can be set independently for each port as shown in the following table.
Trigger
condition
Filter
condition
√
√
√
√
Condition
√
√
√
√
Destination
MAC address
Source
MAC address
Destination IP
address
Source IP
address
√
√
User-defined
32 bit pattern
√
√
User-defined
32 bit pattern
√
Remarks
10M/100M Ethernet and
Gigabit Ethernet support those
conditions. MAC address
mask permits portion match.
Two sets of user-defined 32
bit pattern conditions per port.
Sets offset and pattern match
at any frame position. Pattern
mask permits portion match.
2.5G (1.31), 2.5G (1.55), 10G
(1.31), 10G (1.55) support
those conditions. IP address
mask permits portion match
Good frame, FCS error,
undersize, fragment, oversize,
oversize/FCS error, dribble
error, alignment error, IP
header checksum error, TCP
header checksum error, UDP
header checksum error
√
Error condition
√
√
Ext. trigger input
Rising edge of pulse
√
—
Traffic over
When traffic setting overflows
√
—
Latency over
When latency setting overflows
Latency
The MD1230A is able to measure the latency of simplex data transfer. When up to eight MD1230A units are daisy chained, latency can
be measured by interconnecting a clock signal for time synchronization. In addition, when a GPS antenna is connected, latency can be
measured between remote locations.
• Full wire rate transmission of user-edited data stream
The MD1230A can send a maximum of 256 data streams per port at
the full wire rate. Data editing is a simple three-step procedure described below.
Step 1: Setting frame data
The frame editor is used to edit the frame data for any of the
Ethernet, PPP, Cisco HDLC, ARP, IPv4, IPv6, IPX, MPLS, VLAN,
TCP, UDP, IGMP, RIP and DHCP protocols. The protocol header format is displayed on screen, and header input by the user is also supported. Part or all of the IP address and MAC address can be set to
increment, decrement or random. When IPv6, IP address portion of
32 bits less can be set to increment, decrement or random.
As an example, when filtering only VoIP frames on an MPLS network, the MPLS label is specified as a 32 bit pattern (1), and VoIP
frames are specified at the UDP header port number field as a 32 bit
pattern (2). As a result, if only VoIP frames are captured on the
specified MPLS network, the number of packets can be counted.
Filtering to label
MPLS tag
Filtering to VoIP frame at port
number field
UDP header
• Support for MPLS, IPv6, BGP4, etc., protocol decode
The 256 Mbyte max. capture buffer does not drop frames even at the
full wire rate of 10 Gbit/s. The in-service capture function is an especially powerful and useful tool for troubleshooting the causes of
network faults. Captured frames can be searched on the basis of
specified conditions and interesting frames can be selected and displayed. Each port has an independent capture buffer and is unaffected by other ports.
Moreover, each of the Ethernet, PPP, LCP, MPLS, VLAN, ARP, IPv4,
ICMP, IPv6, TCP, UDP, IGMP, RIP, BGP4 and DHCP protocols can
be decoded and displayed for captured frames. When 10M/100M
Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet, IPX can be decoded.
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Step 2: Setting stream control
The interval gap of the frame set in step 1 is set and the data stream
is defined. Commonly, an actual network load is not a stationary
load but a burst load. To simulate this type of load, the MD1230A
has a multi-burst function. In addition, a random frame interval can
be simulated by setting to random within a specified packet interval
range.
Step 3: Combining Data Stream
Up to 256 data streams defined in step 2 can be combined per port.
Any number of data streams can also be repeated a specified number of times.
• Compact and lightweight unit with built-in Windows®98 OS
For easy and familiar operability, the MD1230A uses the built-in
Windows®98. In addition, it also has a USB port for connecting a printer or external storage media. A PS/2 keyboard connector and USB
connector on the front panel support connection of a keyboard and
USB mouse. The MD1230A’s easy operability, compact size and lightweight offer the perfect solution for convenient on-site troubleshooting.
• Remote control from PC
When the MX123001A Data Quality Analyzer Control Software (sold
separately) is installed in a PC running Windows®98, up to eight
MD1230A units can be controlled via a network.
• Automated measurement using GPIB commands (Option)
Almost all the MD1230A functions can be executed by GPIB commands. An automated test system can be configured by operating
the MD1230A from the user's application software. In addition, the interface for sending and receiving GPIB commands can be selected
from any of the optional GPIB (MD1230A Option 02), RS-232C
(MD1230A Option 01) and Ethernet (MD1230A Option 03) interfaces.
Specifications
• MD1230A (main frame)
Sync clock input
Frequency: 64 kHz + 8 kHz ±50 ppm, 2.048 MHz ±50 ppm, 1.544 MHz ±50 ppm, 2.048 Mbit/s ±50 ppm, 1.544 Mbit/s ±50 ppm
Interface
2M: ITU-T G.703 Table 10, HDB3
1.5M: B8ZS, AMI ANSI T1.403
Level (64k): 0.63 to 1.1 Vo-p
Code (64k): AMI with 8 kHz violation
Connector
BNC (75 Ω): 2 MHz, 2 Mbit/s
Siemens (120 Ω, balanced): 2 MHz, 2 Mbit/s, 64 kHz + 8 kHz
Bantam (100 Ω, balanced): 1.5 MHz, 1.5 Mbit/s
Trigger output
Level: TTL (active high), impedance: 75 Ω (BNC)
Trigger input
Usable as capture buffer trigger
Level: TTL (Active high), connector: 75 Ω (BNC)
Sync I/O
MD1230A time sync signal, impedance: 75 Ω (BNC)
Interfaces
RS-232C, GPIB (Option 02), Ethernet (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX), USB port x 2 , PS/2 keyboard connector, GPS antenna (option 05),
video output (VGA)
Built-in memory
Measurement conditions: 10 sets, Measurement results: 10 sets
External storage
3.5" FDD
OS
Windows ® 98 Second Edition
Auto test
RFC2544 Tests (throughput, latency, frame loss rate, back-to-back frame, system recovery, reset)
Traffic monitor
Ethernet frame count for max. 64 flow, IP packet count for max. 64 flow, frame count for each protocol
Traffic map
Ethernet data flow for max. 64 flow, IP data flow for max. 64 flow
LEDs
Power fail, errors, alarms, remote, local, HDD, power
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 177 (H) x 350 (D) mm, ≤15 kg (excluding options and modules)
Power supply
85 to 132 Vac/170 to 250 Vac (auto switching), 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤530 VA
Relative humidity
0˚ to +40˚C (except when HDD or FDD are active.)
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN61010-1: 1993/A2: 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
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• Ethernet Module
Model
MU120101A
Ports
LEDs
Frame settings
MU120102A
1000BASE-SX/LX/LH/ZX∗1
Number of ports: 2
Connector: SC
Link speed: 1000 Mbit/s
Duplex mode: Full
Auto negotiation: On/off
Flow control: On/off
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Number of ports: 8
Connector: RJ-45
Link speed: 10/100 Mbit/s
Duplex mode: Full, half
Auto negotiation: On/off
Flow control: On/off
Link, Tx/collision, Rx/error
2
Link, Tx, Rx/error
MAC address: Fixed, increment, decrement, random (changeable parts specified in nibble units)
VLAN tag∗2: Fixed, increment, decrement, random
MPLS label∗2: Up to 10 MPLS labels can be appended. Fixed setting
Protocol editing: IPv4, IPv6, TCP, UDP, IGMP, ICMPv4, RIP, DHCP, IPX, ARP, pause control
Data field:
Can set any 4 parts in data field
All 1s, all 0s, alternate 1/0 (each bit, each 2 bits, each nibble, each byte, each 2 bytes), increment, decrement, random, user
programmed, single PRBS9, time stamp, sequence number, test frame
Frame length
18 to 10,000 bytes (settable as auto, fixed, increment, or random)
Stream settings
Stream transport mode:
Continuous, continuous burst, stop after this stream, next stream, jump to stream.
Jump to stream for count (loop count: 1 to 16000000, frame count per burst: 1 to 16000000, burst count per stream: 1 to 16000000)
48 bytes to 64 kbytes (settable as auto, fixed, increment, or random)
Stream settings
Inter frame gap
10BASE-T:
8000 ns to 170 s, resolution at 800 ns, settable as fixed, random
100BASE-TX:
800 ns to 170 s, resolution at 80 ns, settable as fixed
Inter burst gap
10BASE-T:
8000 ns to 170 s, resolution at 800 ns, settable as fixed
100BASE-TX:
800 ns to 170 s, resolution at 80 ns, settable as fixed
Inter stream gap
10BASE-T:
8000 ns to 170 s, resolution at 800 ns, settable as fixed
100BASE-TX:
800 ns to 170 s, resolution fixed at 80 ns, settable as fixed
Inter frame gap:
64 ns to 120 s, resolution at 16 ns, settable as fixed, random
Inter burst gap:
64 ns to 120 s, resolution at 16 ns, settable as fixed
Inter stream gap:
64 ns to 120 s, resolution at 16 ns, settable as fixed
Number of stream
256 streams/port
Error insertion
Collision, FCS error, dribble bit error, undersize error, oversize
error, fragments error, oversize/FCS error, IP header checksum
error, TCP/UDP header checksum error
FCS error, undersize error, oversize error, fragments error,
oversize/FCS error, IP header checksum error, TCP/UDP
header checksum error
Counter
Transmitted frame, received frame, transmitted bytes, received
bytes, fragments, undersize, oversize, oversize/bad CRC, FCS error,
line error, flow control, alignment error, dribble bit error, collision,
capture trigger, capture filter, transmitted ARP reply, transmitted
ARP request, transmitted ping reply, transmitted ping request,
received ARP reply, received ARP request, received ping reply,
received ping request, QoS 0 to 7, user defined 1, user defined 2,
transmitted IP, received IP, IP checksum error, TCP checksum
error, UDP checksum error
Transmitted frame, received frame, transmitted bytes, received
bytes, fragments, undersize, oversize, oversize/bad CRC, FCS
error, line error, flow control, byte alignment error, capture trigger,
capture filter, transmitted ARP reply, transmitted ARP request,
transmitted ping reply, transmitted ping request, received ARP
reply, received ARP request, received ping reply, received ping
request, QoS 0 to 7, user defined 1, user defined 2, transmitted
IP, received IP, IP checksum error, TCP checksum error, UDP
checksum error
Latency
Maximum, minimum, average measure
Frame arrival time
variation measurement
Time resolution: 1 µs, 10 µs, 100 µs, 1 ms, 10 ms, 100 ms, 1 s
QoS counter setting
Using QoS described below, 8-level priority frame count: IEEE802.1D VLAN tag user priority field, least 3 bits of RFC2474 DSCP field
Capture buffer
8 Mbytes/port
32 Mbytes/port
Capture filter
At following conditions for each port, capture filter condition settings:
Destination MAC address, source MAC address, 32-bit pattern (settable bit length and offset) x 2, error conditions
Capture trigger
At following conditions for each port, capture trigger condition settings:
Destination MAC address, source MAC address, 32-bit pattern (settable bit length and offset) x 2, error conditions, traffic over,
latency over, external trigger input
Protocol decode
Ethernet, MPLS, VLAN, ARP, IPX, IPv4, ICMP, IPv6, TCP, UDP, IGMP, RIP, BGP4, DHCP
Protocol emulate
ARP, PING, IGMP, BGP4
∗1: 1000BASE-SX/LX/LH/ZX can be chosen by exchanging GBIC that is a optional accessories.
∗2: Both VLAN tag and MPLS labels can not be used simultaneously.
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• POS Module
Model
MU120103A
OC-48/STM-16
Wavelength: 1260 to 1360 nm
Number of port: 1
Connector: SC
Bit rate: 2488.320 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Output level: –5 to 0 dBm
Input sensitivity: –18 to 0 dBm
Ports
MU120104A
MU120105A
MU120106A
OC-48/STM-16
Wavelength: 1500 to 1580 nm
Number of port: 1
Connector: SC
Bit rate: 2488.320 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Output level: –1.0 to +2.0 dBm
Input sensitivity: –28 to –9 dBm
OC-192/STM-64
Wavelength: 1290 to 1330 nm
Number of port: 1
Connector: SC
Bit rate: 9953.280 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Output level: –6 to 0 dBm
Input sensitivity:
–11 to –1.0 dBm
OC-192/STM-64
Wavelength: 1530 to 1565 nm
Number of port: 1
Connector: SC
Bit rate: 9953.280 Mbit/s (NRZ)
Output level: –1.0 to +2.0 dBm
Input sensitivity:
–14 to –3.0 dBm
LEDs
Link, Tx, Rx/error, optical send
Clocks
Internal (MU120103A/120104A : ±50 ppm variable, MU120105A/120106A : ±100 ppm), receive signal, lock (64 kHz + 8 kHz,
1.5 MHz, 2 MHz, 1.5 Mbit/s, 2 Mbit/s)
SDH/SONET settings
Frame: SDH/SONET
Alarm addition: LOS, LOF, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, MS-TIM, AU-AIS, AU-LOP, HP-SLM, HP-TIM, HP-RDI, HP-UNEQ
Timing: Single, single burst frame, alternative [alarm frame (0 to 8000), Normal frame (0 to 8000)], all
Error insertion: FAS, bits all, B1, B2, B3, MS-REI, HP-REI
Timing:
Single, single burst bit (1 to 64000), rate (1E-3, 1E-4, 1E-5, 1E-6, 1E-7, 1E-8, 1E-9),
programmed rate [AE-B ∗A: 1.0 to 9.9 (0.1 steps), B: 3 to 10]
APS (K1/K2)
Sequence generation: 2 to 64 words, repeat (8000 frames)
PPP
PPP
Mapping
STM-16C
VC4∗ 16C
STM-64C
CiscoHDLC
VC4∗ 64C
CiscoHDLC
Bulk
Bulk
Frame settings
Frame length
PPP scramble: On/off
PPP FCS: CRC32
MPLS label: Up to 10 MPLS labels can be appended. Fixed setting
Protocol editing: IPv4, IPv6, TCP, UDP, IGMP, ICMPv4, RIP, DHCP
Data field:
Can set any 4 parts in data field.
All 1s, all 0s, alternate 1/0 (each bit, each 2 bits, each nibble, each byte, each 2 bytes), increment, decrement, random, user
programmable, single PRBS9, time stamp, sequence number, test frame
8 bytes to 64 kbytes (settable as auto, fixed, increment, or random)
Stream transport mode:
Continuous, continuous burst, stop after this stream, next stream, jump to stream.
Jump to stream for count (loop count: 1 to 16000000, frame count per burst: 1 to 16000000, burst count per stream: 1 to 16000000)
Stream settings
Inter frame gap:
3.2 ns to 120 s, resolution at 3.2 ns, settable as fixed, random
Inter burst gap:
3.2 ns to 120 s, resolution at 3.2 ns, settable as fixed
Inter stream gap:
3.2 ns to 120 s, resolution at 3.2 ns, settable as fixed
Inter frame gap:
0.8 ns to 120 s, resolution at 0.8 ns, settable as fixed, random
Inter burst gap:
0.8 ns to 120 s, resolution at 0.8 ns, settable as fixed
Inter stream gap:
0.8 ns to 120 s, resolution at 0.8 ns, settable as fixed
Number of streams
256 streams/port
Error insertion
FCS error, abort frame, fragment, undersize, IP header checksum error, TCP/UDP header checksum error
SONET/SDH:
B1, B2, B3, HP-IEC, MS-REI, HP-REI, LOS, LOF, OOF, MS-AIS, MS-RDI, AU-AIS, AU-LOP, HP-SLM, HP-TIM, HP-RDI,
HP-UNEQ
Justification: NDF, +PJC, –PJC
PPP/IP/TCP/UDP:
Transmitted frame, received frame, transmitted bytes, received bytes, received bytes before stuffing, transmitted bytes after stuffing,
fragment, undersize, oversize, FCS error, abort error, capture trigger, capture filter, transmitted ping reply, transmitted ping request,
received ping reply, received ping request, QoS 0 to 7, user defined 1, user defined 2, transmitted IP, received IP, IP checksum
error, TCP checksum error, UDP checksum error
Counter
Latency
Maximum, minimum, average
Alarm arrival time
variation measurement
Time resolution: 1 µs, 10 µs, 100 µs, 1 ms, 10 ms, 100 ms, 1 s
QoS counter settings
Using least 3 bits of RFC2474 DSCP field, 8-stage priority packet count
Capture buffer
64 Mbytes
256 Mbytes
Capture filter
At following conditions for each port, capture filter condition settings:
Destination IP address, source IP address, 32-bit pattern (settable bit length and offset) x 2, error conditions
Capture trigger
At following conditions for each port, capture trigger condition settings:
Destination IP address, source IP address, 32-bit pattern (settable bit length and offset) x 2, error conditions, traffic over, latency
over, external trigger input
Protocol decode
PPP, LCP, IPCP, MPLS, IPv4, ICMPv4, IPv6, TCP, UDP, IGMP, RIP, BGP4, DHCP
Protocol emulate
PING, IGMP, BGP4
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MD1230A
Main frame
Data Quality Analyzer
F0079
B0329G
B0500A
W1930AE
Standard accessories
Power cord, 2.5 m:
Fuse, 10 A:
Front cover (for 3/4MW4U):
Side cover:
MD1230A operation manual (CD-ROM)∗1:
MD1230A-01
MD1230A-02
MD1230A-03
MD1230A-05
Options
RS-232C control
GPIB control
Ethernet control
GPS module
MX123001A
Software
Data Quality Analyzer Control Software
MU120101A
MU120102A
MU120103A
MU120104A
MU120105A
MU120106A
Plug-in modules
10M/100M Ethernet Module
Gigabit Ethernet Module∗2
2.5G (1.31) Module
2.5G (1.55) Module
10G (1.31) Module
10G (1.55) Module
MD1230A-90
MU120101A-90
MU120102A-90
MU120103A-90
MU120104A-90
MU120105A-90
MU120106A-90
Maintenance service*3
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 3 years
G0105A
G0106A
G0107A
G0108A
J0788B
J0773B
J1119B
J1110B
J1109B
J0755D
J0162B
J0845A
J0008
B0448
B0336C
Z0321A
Z0541A
J0149A
J0149B
J0149C
B0501B
W1927AE
W1929AE
W1928AE
Optional accessories
GBIC SX 850 nm∗4
GBIC LX 1310 nm∗4
GBIC LH 1310 nm∗4
GBIC ZX 1550 nm∗4
Optical fiber cord (SM, SC-SC connector both ends), 2 m
Optical fiber cord (GI, SC-SC connector both ends), 2 m
Optical fiber cable (duplex, MM), 2 m
LAN cable (straight, 5 m)
LAN cable (cross, 5 m)
Coaxial cord (BNC-P620 · 3C-2WS · BNC-P620, 75 Ω), 2 m
Balanced cable (Siemens 3p-Siemens 3p), 2 m
Balanced cable (BANTAM 3P/BANTAM 3P), 6 ft
GPIB cable, 2 m
Soft case
Carrying case (for 3/4MW4U, 350D)
Keyboard (PS/2)
Mouse
Fixed optical attenuator (SC, 5 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator (SC, 10 dB)
Fixed optical attenuator (SC, 15 dB)
Blank panel
MD1230A operation manual
MD1230A remote control operation manual
MX123001A software operation manual
1
2
1
1
1
pc
pcs
pc
pc
pc
2
∗1: Includes W1927AE, W1928AE and W1929AE operation manuals. Printed
version sold separately.
∗2: MU120102A requires two GBIC modules (sold separately).
∗3: Please ask your local Anritsu Field Office or Sales Representative for price
and availability.
∗4: GBIC module is sold per one piece. MU120102A has two GBIC interface.
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MP1220B
1.5 Mbps (T1) to 622 Mbps (STM-4c/OC-12c)
For Construction and Maintenance of ATM Networks
The MP1220B is a portable measuring instrument for ATM networks;
it can measure the PDH/SDH physical layer, the ATM layer, and the
AAL. It is the perfect instrument for troubleshooting ATM networks
during construction and maintenance and has a wide range of convenient applications in manufacturing inspection of ATM devices.
Features
• Supports various interfaces from 1.5 Mbps (T1) to 622 Mbps (STM4c/OC-12c) SONET and SDH
• Simultaneous measurement and real-time analysis up to the ATMCPCS layer of two channels(up/down stream)
• Automated traffic monitoring of 1,023 network channels for bandwidth utilization
• Uses formatted payload data conforming to ITU-O.191 recommendations for cell delay performance measurements
• Small, lightweight, rack mount or portable
• Supports a variety of remote control testing configurations
• Online manuals and online help
Measurement items for test cells
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Graphical display of alarm/error history
Cell capture display (hexadecimal)
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Automatic evaluation and measurement of AAL type
for 1023 channels
Specifications
• MP1220B ATM Quality Analyzer
Display
10.4 inch TFT color LCD with touch panel (analog resistive membrane)
Memory storage
3.5 inch floppy disk drive (1.44 MB/720 KB) and hard disk drive (≥500 MB)
Buzzer
Alarm, error
External interface
RS-232C (D-sub 9-pin), printer (Centronics, D-sub, 25-pin), keyboard (PS/2, mini-DIN, 6-pin), mouse (PS/2, mini-DIN, 6-pin), VGA
(analog RGB, D-sub, 15-pin)
Slots
6 (two channels max.)
EMC
EN55011: 1991, Group 1, Class A
EN50082-1: 1992
Harmonic current emissions; EN61000-3-2: 1995, Class D
Safety
EN61010-1: 1993 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution Degree ΙΙ)
Dimensions and mass
284 (W) x 221.5 (H) x 365 (D) mm, ≤12 kg (excluding units)
Power supply
100 to 120/200 to 240 Vac (autoswitching), 50 to 60 Hz, ≤300 VA
Operating range
Operating: 5˚ to 50˚C (excluding FDD), Storage: –20˚ to 60˚C
• MU120001A STM-4/OC-12 Unit
Bit rate
51.84, 155.52, 622.08 Mbps
Frames
SDH/SONET
Output signal
Connector: FC (replaceable), 1.31 µm band (SM)
Clock: Internal (±10 ppm), external, receive
Level: –15 to –8 dBm
Code: NRZ
Optical safety: IEC825-1 Class 1, 21CFR1040.10 Class Ι
Input signal
Connector: FC (replaceable), 1.31 µm band (SM)
Frequency range: ±100 ppm
Level: –34 to –8 dBm (51.84 Mbps, 155.52 Mbps), –28 to –8 dBm (622.08 Mbps)
Code: NRZ
Functions
SOH/POH setting, SOH/POH monitoring, path trace, empty cell setting, cell scramble (de-scramble) on/off, coset on/off, HEC error
correction on/off
Error addition: Bit, B1, B2, B3, FEBE-L, FEBE-P, cell
Alarm addition: LOS, LOF, AIS-L, RDI-L, AIS-P, RDI-P, LCD
Error measurement: B1, B2, B3, MS-REI (FEBE-L), HP-REI (FEBE-P), HEC corrected cells, HEC uncorrected cells
Alarm measurement: LOS, OOF, LOF, MS-AIS (AIS-L), MS-RDI (RDI-L), AU-AIS (AIS-P), HP-RDI (RDI-P), AU-LOP (LOP-P), LCD
Pointers: Monitor, ±justification, NDF
Auxiliary output: Receive clock output, trigger output
• MU120002A STM-1/OC-3 Unit
Bit rate
155.52 Mbps
Frames
SDH/SONET
Output signal
Connector
Optical: SC 1.31 µm (SM); Electrical: BNC 75 Ω
Clock: Internal (±10 ppm), external, receive
Optical level: –15 to –8 dBm
Electrical level: 1 ±0.1 Vp-p (CMI)
Code
Optical: NRZ, Electrical: CMI
Optical safety: IEC825-1 Class 1, 21CFR1040.10 Class Ι
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Input signal
Connector
Optical: SC 1.31 µm (SM/MM); Electrical: BNC 75 Ω
Frequency range: ±100 ppm
Optical level: –28 to –8 dBm (SM)
Electrical level: 1 ±0.1 Vp-p (CMI) ∗Cable loss: 0 to 12 dB, Monitor: 20 dB attenuated level of above level can be applied.
Code
Optical: NRZ; Electrical: CMI
Functions
SOH/POH setting, SOH/POH monitoring, path trace, empty cell setting, cell scramble (de-scramble) on/off, coset on/off, HEC error
correction on/off
Error addition: Bit, B1, B2, B3, FEBE-L, FEBE-P, cell
Alarm addition: LOS, LOF, AIS-L, RDI-L, AIS-P, RDI-P, LOP-P, LCD
Error measurement: B1, B2, B3, MS-REI (FEBE-L), HP-REI (FEBE-P), HEC corrected cells, HEC uncorrected cells
Alarm measurement: LOS, OOF, LOF, MS-AIS (AIS-L), MS-RDI (RDI-L), AU-AIS (AIS-P), HP-RDI (RDI-P), AU-LOP (LOP-P), LCD
Pointers: Monitor, ±justification, NDF, history record
Auxiliary output: Receive clock output, trigger output
• MU120010A T1/T3 Unit
Bit rate
1.544 Mbps (T1), 44.736 Mbps (T3)
Frames
1.5M ESF (PLCP: on/off), 45M C-bit parity (PLCP: on/off), 45M M23 (PLCP: on/off)
Output signal
Connector
BNC: 75 Ω unbalanced (T3); 8-pin modular: 100 Ω balanced (ISO/IEC 10173, T1)
Clock: Internal (±10 ppm), external, receive
Level: 2.4 to 3.6 Vo-p (T1), 0.36 to 0.85 Vo-p (T3)
Code
T1: B8ZS, T3: B3ZS
Input signal
Connector
BNC: 75 Ω unbalanced (T3); 8-pin modular: 100 Ω balanced (ISO/IEC 10173, T1)
Frequency range: ±130 ppm (T1), ±20 ppm (T3)
Level: 2.4 to 3.6 Vo-p (T1), 0.36 to 0.85 Vo-p (T3) ∗Monitor: 20 dB attenuated level of above level can be applied.
Code
T1: B8ZS, T3: B3ZS
Functions
Empty cell setting, cell scramble (de-scramble) on/off, coset on/off, HEC error correction on/off
Error addition: Bit, FEBE, PLCP-BIP-8, PLCP-FEBE, cell
Alarm addition: LOF, LOS, AIS, yellow, idle, PLCP-LOF, PLCP-yellow, LCD
Error measurement: Code, CP, FEBE, CRC6, PLCP-BIP-8, PLCP-FEBE, HEC corrected cells, HEC uncorrected cells
Alarm measurement: LOS, OOF, AIS, yellow, idle, PLCP-OOF, PLCP-yellow, LCD
Auxiliary output: Receive clock output, trigger output
• MU120011A E1/E3/E4 Unit
Bit rate
2.048 Mbps (E1), 34.368 Mbps (E3), 139.264 Mbps (E4)
Frames
2M-CRC-4 off (PLCP: on/off), 2M CRC4 on (PLCP: on/off), 34M G.751 (PLCP: on), 34M GH.832 (PLCP: off), 139M G.832 (PLCP: off)
Output signal
Connector
D-sub (9-pin): 120 Ω balanced (E1); BNC: 75 Ω unbalanced (E1/E3/E4)
Clock: Internal (±10 ppm), external, receive
Level: 3 ±0.3 Vo-p (E1 balanced), 2.37 ±0.237 Vo-p (E1 unbalanced), 1 ±0.1 Vo-p (E3), 1 ±0.1 Vp-p (E4)
Code
E1/E3: HDB3, E4: CMI
Input signal
Connector
D-sub (9-pin): 120 Ω balanced (E1); BNC: 75 Ω unbalanced (E1/E3/E4)
Frequency range: ±100 ppm (E1/E4), ±20 ppm (E3)
Level: 3 ±0.3 Vo-p (E1 balanced), 2.37 ±0.237 Vo-p (E1 unbalanced), 1 ±0.1 Vo-p (E3), 1 ±0.1 Vp-p (E4)
∗Cable loss: 0 to 6 dB (E1), 0 to 12 dB (E3, E4), Monitor: 20 dB attenuated level of above level can be applied.
Code
E1/E3: HDB3, E4: CMI
Functions
Empty cell setting, cell scramble (de-scramble) on/off, coset on/off, HEC error correction on/off (E1, E3)
Error addition: Bit, BIP-8, REI, PLCP-BIP-8, PLCP-FEBE, cell
Alarm addition: LOF, LOS, AIS, RA, RA (MF), RDI, PLCP-LOF, PLCP-yellow, LCD
Error measurement: CRC4, code, BIP-8, REI, PLCP-BIP-8, PLCP-FEBE, HEC corrected cells, HEC uncorrected cells
Alarm measurement: LOS, OOF, AIS, MF loss (CRC), MF loss (sig), RA, RA (MF), RDI, PLCP-OOF, PLCP-yellow, LCD
Trail trace: Monitor, setting
Auxiliary output: Receive clock output, trigger output
• MU120012A E1/E3 Unit
Bit rate
2.048 Mbps (E1), 34.368 Mbps (E3)
Frames
2M-CRC-4 off (PLCP: on/off), 2M CRC4 on (PLCP: on/off), 34M G.751 (PLCP: on), 34M G.832 (PLCP: off)
Output signal
Connector
D-sub (9-pin): 120 Ω balanced (E1); BNC: 75 Ω unbalanced (E1/E3)
Clock: Internal (±10 ppm), external, receive
Level: 3 ±0.3 Vo-p (E1 balanced), 2.37 ±0.237 Vo-p (E1 unbalanced), 1 ±0.1 Vo-p (E3)
Code: HDB3
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Input signal
Connector
D-sub (9-pin): 120 Ω balanced (E1); BNC: 75 Ω unbalanced (E1/E3)
Frequency range: ±100 ppm (E1), ±20 ppm (E3)
Level: 3 ±0.3 Vo-p (E1 balanced), 2.37 ±0.237 Vo-p (E1 unbalanced), 1 ±0.1 Vo-p (E3)
∗Cable loss: 0 to 6 dB (E1), 0 to 12 dB (E3), Monitor: 20 dB attenuated level of above level can be applied.
Code: HDB3
Functions
Empty cell setting, cell scramble (de-scramble) on/off, coset on/off, HEC error correction on/off
Error addition: Bit, BIP-8, REI, PLCP-BIP-8, PLCP-FEBE, cell
Alarm addition: LOF, LOS, AIS, RA, RA (MF), RDI, PLCP-LOF, PLCP-yellow, LCD
Error measurement: CRC4, code, BIP-8, REI, PLCP-BIP-8, PLCP-FEBE, HEC corrected cells, HEC uncorrected cells
Alarm measurement: LOS, OOF, AIS, MF Loss (CRC), MF Loss (Sig), RA, RA (MF), RDI, PLCP-OOF, PLCP-yellow, LCD
Trail trace: Monitor, setting
Auxiliary output: Receive clock output, trigger output
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Bit rate
32.00 Mbps (25M)
Output signal
Connector: 8-pin modular jack, 100 Ω (RJ45)
Clock: Internal (±10 ppm), external, receive
Level: 2.7 to 3.4 Vp-p (1 symbol)
Code: NRZI (4B/5B)
Input signal
Connector: 8-pin modular jack, 100 Ω (RJ45); Frequency: ±100 ppm; Level: 2.7 to 3.4 Vp-p (1 symbol); Code: NRZI (4B/5B)
Functions
Empty cell setting, coset on/off
Error addition: Code, cell
Alarm addition: LOS
Error measurement: Code, HEC uncorrected cell, illegal cell
Alarm measurement: LOS
Sync event: Send, measure
Auxiliary output: Receive clock output, trigger output
• MU120016A 6.3M Unit
Bit rate
6.312 Mbps (6.3M)
Output signal
Connector: BNC, 75 Ω
Clock: Internal (±10 ppm), external, receive
Level: 2 ±0.3 Vo-p
Code: B8ZS
Input signal
Connector: BNC, 75 Ω
Frequency: ±30 ppm
Level: 2 ±0.3 Vo-p ∗Cable loss: 0 to 6 dB, Monitor: 20 dB attenuated level of above level can be applied.
Code: B8ZS
Functions
Empty cell setting, cell scramble (de-scramble) on/off, coset on/off, HEC error correction on/off
Error addition: Bit, CRC5, cell
Alarm addition: LOS, AIS, RAI, LOF, LCD
Error measurement: CRC5, HEC corrected cell, HEC uncorrected cell
Alarm measurement: LOS, AIS, RAI, LOF, LCD
Auxiliary output: Receive clock output, trigger output
• MU120017A 6.3/25M Unit
Bit rate
Output signal
6.312 Mbps (6.3M), 32.00 Mbps (25M)
Connector
BNC: 75 Ω (6.3M); 8-pin modular jack, 100 Ω (RJ45, 25M)
Clock: Internal (±10 ppm), external, receive
Level: 2 ±0.3 Vo-p (6.3M), 2.7 to 3.4 Vp-p (25M, 1 symbol)
Code
6.3M: B8ZS, 25M: NRZI (4B/5B)
Input signal
Connector
BNC: 75 Ω (6.3M); 8-pin modular jack, 100 Ω (RJ45, 25M)
Frequency range: ±30 ppm (6.3M), ±100 ppm (25M)
Level: 2 ±0.3 Vo-p (6.3M), 2.7 to 3.4 Vp-p (25M, 1 symbol)
∗Cable loss: 0 to 6 dB (6.3M), Monitor: 20 dB attenuated level of above level can be applied (6.3M).
Code
6.3M: B8ZS, 25M: NRZI (4B/5B)
Functions
Empty cell setting, cell scramble (de-scramble) on/off (6.3M only), coset on/off, HEC error correction on/off (6.3M only), sync event
send (25M only)
Error addition
6.3M: Bit, CRC5, cell
25M: Code, cell
Alarm addition
6.3M: LOS, AIS, RAI, LOF, LCD
25M: LOS
Error measurement
6.3M: CRC5, HEC corrected cell, HEC uncorrected cell
25M: Code, HEC uncorrected cell, illegal cell
Alarm measurement
6.3M: LOS, AIS, RAI, LOF, LCD
25M: LOS
Sync event (25M only): Send, measure
Auxiliary output: Receive clock output, trigger output
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• MU120020A QoS Unit
Foreground cells
(test cells)
O.191, extended O.191, OAM test cell (PRBS 15), null, AAL1, AAL3/4, (For null, AAL1, AAL3/4, next pattern settable to payload.
PRBS 9, PRBS 15, PRBS 15 (non-inverted), PRBS 23, time stamp, programmable)
Cell generation timing
CBR, burst, sawtooth waveform, CBR with CDV, VBR, Poisson distribution, manual, external edge, external level, detailed CBR,
burst for UPC measurement, programmable
Background cell
CBR (10 types)
OAM cell
AIS, RDI, continuity check, loopback, programmable, forward monitoring, backward reporting, PM activation/deactivation, CC
activation/deactivation
Capture
Capacity: 4095 cells
Filter: All cells, specified cells, header +first byte of payload match/mismatch cells
Trigger: Manual, OAM cell receive, cell error detect, cell loss detect, cell misinsertion detect, cell tagging, external input signal, etc.
Display: Hexadecimal, ASCII, cell interval, translate
Single-channel
Error addition: Cell loss, cell error
Error detection: Bit error, error cell, cell loss, cell misinsertion, non-conforming cell, etc. (measurement items differ according to test cell)
Alarm detection: VP-AIS, VP-RDI, VP-LOC, VC-AIS, VC-RDI, VC-LOC
Others:
Bandwidth, total cells, cell delay measurement, 1 point CDV measurement, 2 point CDV measurement, cell interval measurement
1023 channel
measurement
(live monitor)
Detect and measure 1023 channels on line
Measurement items: Total cell count, CLP = 0 cell count, CLP = 1 cell count, OAM cell count
Auxiliary input
Trigger input
• MU120021A Protocol Unit
Send/receive memory
8 MB (≥130,000 cells, send: 8 MB, receive: 8 MB, send + receive: 4 + 4 MB selectable)
Cell send
Transmit from memory according to time stamp. Able to transmit in every 1 cell. Able to edit AAL1, AAL3/4, AAL5 frame
Capture
Capacity: ≥130,000 cells (at 8 MB receive setting)
Filter: All cells, all cells (excluding idle cells), up to 16 specified channels
Trigger: Specified event, specified event occurrence times, sequential event (second event after first event)
Event: Specified channel, SN abnormality, ST abnormality, CRC abnormality, specified pattern, external input signal, etc.
Display: Cell, SAR, CPCS, time stamp
Single-channel
measurement
AAL type automatic evaluation and measurement
Error addition: Cell loss, cell error
Measurement items:
Cell count, CPCS-PDU count, assembled timer timeout PDU count, frame size error count, CPI error count, SN error count, ST
error count, LI error count, about count, BE tag error count, BA size error count, AL error count, length error count, CRC error
count, etc. (measurement items differ according to AAL type)
1023 channel
measurement
(live monitor)
Detect and measure 1023 channels on line. AAL type automatically detected and measured
Measurement items: Cell count, CPCS count, etc. (measurement items differ according to AAL type)
External interface
Trigger input (capture event)
• MX122020A Protocol Decoding Software
Supported protocols
ATM (ITU-T I.361), OAM (ITU-T I.610), AAL5-CPCS (ITU-T I.363), SSCOP (ITU-T Q.2110), UNI 3.1/4.0 (ATM forum),
LLC (RFC2225), SNAP (RFC2225), ATMARP/InATMARP (RFC2225), IP (RFC791), ICMP (RFC792), UDP (RFC768),
TCP (RFC793)
Decoded file type
Data captured by MU120021A Protocol Unit and saved in binary format
Operating environment
MP1220B or a PC running with Windows 3.1/95/98
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
Model/Order No.
MP1220B
Mainframe
ATM Quality Analyzer
F0012
W1304AE
W1305AE
Z0339
Z0340B
Z0343A
Z0345A
Standard accessories
AC power cord:
Fuse, 3.15 A:
MP1220B operation manual:
MP1220B remote control operation manual:
Software recovery floppy disk∗1:
Protective cover (without keyboard):
Input pen:
Accessory bag:
MP1220B-01
MP1220B-02
MP1220B-03
MU120001A-38
MU120001A-39
MU120001A-40
MU120001A-43
Options
RS-232C control
GPIB control
Ethernet control
ST connector
DIN connector
SC connector
HMS-10/A connector
MU120001A
W1308AE
W1314AE
Units
STM-4/OC-12 Unit
MU120001A operation manual
MU120001A remote control operation manual
MU120002A
W1309AE
W1315AE
STM-1/OC-3 Unit
MU120002A operation manual
MU120002A remote control operation manual
MU120010A
W1310AE
W1316AE
T1/T3 Unit
MU120010A operation manual
MU120010A remote control operation manual
MU120011A
W1311AE
W1317AE
E1/E3/E4 Unit
MU120011A/120012A operation manual
MU120011A/120012A remote control operation manual
MU120012A
W1311AE
W1317AE
E1/E3 Unit
MU120011A/120012A operation manual
MU120011A/120012A remote control operation manual
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
pc
pcs
copy
copy
pc
pc
pc
pc
∗1: Sold only to MP1220B users
Note: Please consult our sales department about adding the VBR functions to
your MP1220B.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Name
MU120015A
W1312AE
W1318AE
ATM25M Unit
MU120015A/120016A/120017A operation manual
MU120015A/120016A/120017A remote control
operation manual
MU120016A
W1312AE
W1318AE
6.3M Unit
MU120015A/120016A/120017A operation manual
MU120015A/120016A/120017A remote control
operation manual
MU120017A
W1312AE
W1318AE
6.3/25M Unit
MU120015A/120016A/120017A operation manual
MU120015A/120016A/120017A remote control
operation manual
MU120020A
W1313AE
W1319AE
QoS Unit
MU120020A operation manual
MU120020A remote control operation manual
MU120021A
W1371AE
W1372AE
Protocol Unit
MU120021A operation manual
MU120021A remote control operation manual
MX122020A
W1648AE
Application software
Protocol Decoding Software
MX122020A operation manual
J0008
J0775D
J0776D
J0635B
J0660B
J0796A
J0796B
J0796C
J0796D
J0796E
J0844A
J0838A
Z0319A
Z0340A
Z0340B
B0414A
B0163
Optional accessories
GPIB cable, 2 m
Coaxial cord, 2 m (75 Ω)
BNC cord, 2 m (twin shield)
Optical fiber cord (FC/PC-FC/PC-2m-SM), 2 m
Optical fiber cord (SC/PC-SC/PC-2m-SM), 2 m
Replaceable optical connector (ST)
Replaceable optical connector (DIN)
Replaceable optical connector (SC)
Replaceable optical connector (HMS-10/A)
Replaceable optical connector (FC)
ISO 10173 cable (T1), 2 m
UTP category 3 cable (25M), 2 m
PS/2 mouse
Protective cover (with keyboard)
Protective cover (without keyboard)
Hard case
Soft case
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PCM CHANNEL ANALYZER
MS371A/A1
For Simultaneous Measurement of 30 Channels with MS120A
(MS371A1)
The MS371A/A1 is an overall measuring instrument with many measuring functions for digital primary hierarchy transmission. It can be
used to measure (1) voice encode/decode performance characteristics, (2) frame alignment/alarm test, (3) bit, code, and frame errors, (4)
timing jitter, and (5) signalling, etc.
The primary hierarchy (PCM) digital transmission system has been
commonly used as the foundation for ISDNs. Therefore, there are
many existing equipment and transmission channels to be maintained.
The necessary measurements are diverse and much time and labor
is needed to evaluate them when commissioning and maintaining
transmission circuits and equipment. The increasing number of PCM
systems has made improved measurement evaluation efficiency a
necessity.
The Anritsu MS371A/A1 has most of the functions required to measure
PCM systems. It is an all-purpose measuring instrument designed to
improve measurement efficiency. Measurements of PCM voice encode/decode performance require much time and labor. The MS371A/
A1 stores the measurement sequence and parameters in its internal
memory and makes automatic measurements to markedly improve
efficiency. It has a GPIB control function, which with the MS120A
Channel Selector permits measurement of 30 channels in one sequence. It also compares the measured results to a reference value,
judges them, and displays GOOD or NO GOOD automatically. The
measured results can then be printed out on the built-in printer.
Another special feature is that the report of the measured results can
also be printed out an external printer.
In conventional measuring systems, the results are edited by a personal computer or some other external device. However, the MS371A/
A1 performs this function internally and prints out to the external printer. This unique function can instantaneously prepare test performance
sheets during installation and report the results of periodic maintenance without the need for manual or computer evaluation.
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Features
• Automatic measurement of A-A, A-D, D-A and D-D (A: analog,
D: digital)
This analyzer automatically measures most of the items stipulated in
ITU-T Rec. G.712/713/714. The test sequence and parameters are
stored internally, and new test sequences or parameters can be entered by the operator. Also, measurement can be done manually or
via GPIB.
• Frame alignment/alarm test
Frame alignment and alarm tests stipulated in ITU-T Rec. G.704/
O.162 can be made.
• Error measurement
Error rate, error count, error second, and % error-free second can be
measured by detecting the bit, frame, and code errors.
• Timing jitter measurement
Jitter modulation is available. Also jitter amplitude and jitter immunity can be measured.
• Signalling measurement
Manipulation/monitoring of the signalling bit and E&M signalling distortion can be measured.
• GPIB controller
A GPIB controller function has been incorporated. One to thirty
channels can be tested automatically and continuously through the
channel selector.
• Built-in printer
Results are printed out by the built-in printer. In automatic measurement, all results can be printed out or the printout can be limited to
results failing the evaluation.
• External printer
Results from channels 1 to 30 can be edited according to measuring
item and printed out. A report, such as a test performance sheet, can
be prepared immediately after the completion of measurements.
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Functions
• Automatic measurement mode
The MS371A/A1 stores the reference frequency, the level difference
in the frequency, the subsequent frequency for measurement, and
the procedure for compensation operations at each frequency. As a
result, the corrected result is reached automatically. Then the measured result is compared to a reference value in the memory to evaluate whether or not it passes or fails; evaluation is automatic.
If it fails, the item, condition, and results can be printed out (fail-only
printout or complete printout of results can be selected). In automatic
measurement, the MS371A/A1 can measure the 15 items shows in
the table below, including attenuation/frequency distortion. The measurement table summary indicates whether items can be measured
or not by comparing the measurement configuration with measurement items. Functions that cannot be executed cannot be measured
in principle.
In the automatic measuring mode, voice encode and decode performance characteristics can be measured. Encode and decode performance characteristics in the voice frequency are recommended in
ITU-T Rec. G712/713/714/792 Q.507. Many items are required for
voice frequency evaluation, and many points must be measured for
each item.
In attenuation/frequency distortion, some compensation of the measurement value is required for each measurement frequency because
of the absolute level difference caused in the reference frequency.
Manual correction requires much time and effort to obtain the correct
result.
Summary of automatic measurement
Measurement configuration
Measurement item
A-A
A-D
D-A
D-D
A-D/D-A∗2
Level setting
√
√
√
√
√
Attenuation frequency distortion
√
√
√
√
√
Variation of gain with input level (tone)
√
√
√
√
√
Variation of gain with input level (noise)
√
√
√
√
√
Total distortion including quantizing distortion (tone)
√
√
√
√
√
Total distortion including quantizing distortion (noise)
√
√
√
√
√
Idle channel noise
√
√
√
√
√∗1
√∗1
Far-end crosstalk
√∗1
Near-end crosstalk
√
√
Go-to-return crosstalk
√
√∗1
Return loss
√
√∗1
√∗1
√∗1
√∗1
√
√
Spurious out-of-band signal
√
Discrimination against out-of-band input signal
√
√
Longitudinal balance
√
√
√
E&M signalling distortion
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
∗1: Only when used with channel selector
∗2: Measures D/A immediately after measuring A/D
As an application example, the measurement of PCM terminal voice
encode and decode performance characteristics is shown below.
This measuring method is used when installing PCM terminal equipment.
Measurement items shown in the table of measurement summary are
executed in the measuring sequence programmed into the MS371A/A1.
(The operator can set individual items to be executed or omitted.)
After measurement in channel 1, the MS371A/A1 controls the MS120A
Channel Selector via the GPIB, connects the measuring terminal of
Digital
signal
generator
Measured PCM
terminal
equipment
MS120A
Channel
Selector
MS371A/A1
PCM Channel Analyzer
Digital
signal
analyzer
the MS371A/A1 to channel 2 of the PCM terminal equipment, and remeasures.
Measurement of one system portion of the terminal equipment is finished
from channel 1 to 30 automatically in the same way. Upon completion
of measurement, the measured results of channel 1 to 30 are edited
according to each measurement item and output to the external printer.
As mentioned above, voice channel measurement is fully automated,
with no chance for miss operation.
Analog
signal
generator
A
Analog
signal
analyzer
B
1S
2S
1S
2S
3S
3S
30S
30S
1R
2R
3R
1R
2R
3R
30R
30R
PCM S
PCM R
GPIB
Printer
The MS371A/A1 controls the MS120A Channel Selector via GPIB. Port A scans from 1R to 30R
and port B scans from 1S to 30S. This permits automatic testing of 30 PCM channels (1 system).
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Alarm simulation
Frame, multiframe, or signal loss pseudo-errors can be inserted into
the signal by the MS371A/A1 to test the alarm response of the equipment.
Error measurement
Per-channel (64 kbit/s) bit errors can be measured. Bit, line code, and
frame word errors at 2 Mbit/s can also be measured. The error rate,
error second, and % error-free second of these errors can then be
automatically calculated.
Jitter measurement
In the digital signal generator, jitter can be generated at 2 Mbit/s interface and the digital signal analyzer can measure the jitter in a received
signal. Combined use of jitter generation and error measuring functions enables measurement of jitter immunity.
Order wire
The front panel of the MS371A/A1 has a phone jack. Connection of a
handset permits use of the circuit to be measured as an order wire.
• Manual measurement mode
Table 1 summarizes the manual measurements. Manual measurements can be classified broadly as follows: voice channel, word test,
alarm simulation, error measurement, signalling measurement, jitter
measurement, and order wire.
Voice channel measurement
Manual measurement is used when varying the parameters more
finely than in automatic measurement or when no measurement can
be made in automatic measuring sequences, as in end-to-end measurement. Manual measurement is also suited to observing changes
in results over time.
Word test
Voice channel, frame, non-frame, and multiframe words can be manipulated or monitored. Thus, spare bits included in the multiframe
and non-frame can be functionally tested and defined and by the circuit user. The drop insert function of the voice channel can also be
tested.
Table 1 Manual measurement summary
Measurement configuration
Measurement item
Level measurement
Gain measurement
A-A
A-D
D-A
D-D
Tone (FLM)
√
√
√
√
Tone (SLM)
√
√
√
√
Noise
√
√
√
√
Tone (FLM)
√
√
√
√
Tone (SLM)
√
√
√
√
√
√
Digital mW (FLM)
√
√
Noise
√
√
√
√
Tone
√
√
√
√
Noise
√
√
√
√
Idle channel noise
√
√
√
√
Return loss
√
Digital mW (SLM)
Total distortion including
quantizing distortion
√
Spurious out-of-band signal
Coder offset
Peak code detection
√
Tone
√
√
Noise
√
√
Tone
√
√
Noise
√
√
Longitudinal balance
√
√
√
√
Voice channel
Word test
Alarm simulation
Error measurement
Frame
√∗1
Non frame
√∗1
Multiframe
√∗2
AIS
√∗1
Signal loss
√∗1
Frame error
√∗1
Multiframe error
√∗1
Remote end frame error
√∗1
Remote end multiframe alarm
√∗2
Error rate
√
Number of errors
√
Error seconds
√
√
% error free seconds
Signalling measurement
Jitter measurement
E&M signalling distortion
√
√∗3
√∗2
Bit test
√∗2
Jitter immunity
√∗5
√∗6
Jitter
Order-wire circuit
√
√
∗1: When both digital interfaces of the transmitter/receiver are 2 M balanced or unbalanced
∗2: When both digital interfaces of the transmitter/receiver are 2 M balanced or unbalanced 30 channels, CAS
∗3: When the digital interfaces of the receiver is 2 M balanced or unbalanced 30 channels, CAS
∗4: When the digital interfaces of the transmitter is 2 M balanced or unbalanced 30 channels, CAS
∗5: When the digital interface of the transmitter is 2 M balanced or unbalanced
∗6: When the digital interface of the receiver is 2 M balanced or unbalanced
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Specifications
Sine wave signal output
Analog signal
generator
Noise signal output
Conforms to ITU-T Rec. O.131
Output interface
Activating signal generator
Frequency range: 200 Hz to 10 kHz
Frequency resolution: 10 Hz
Frequency accuracy: ±0.1% ±0.1 Hz
Spurious including harmonics:
>70 dB down (400 to 3500 Hz, +5 dBm), >60 dB down (200 to 400 Hz, +5 dBm),
>50 dB down (3500 to 10000 Hz, +5 dBm)
Level range: –80 to 13.1 dBm
Level resolution: 0.1 dB
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Spectral span: 3.9 Hz
Bandwidth: 200 Hz (350 to 550 Hz)
Repetition rate: 256 ms
Level range: –85 to 0 dBm
Level resolution: 0.1 dB
Connector: 3-pole CF
Impedance: 600, 900 Ω balanced
Relative level: –20 to 10 dBr, 0.1 dB steps
Max. DC isolation: ±60 V
DC loop: ICT, OGT selectable
Current direction: Normal, reverse selectable (ICT only)
Spectral span: 7.81 Hz
Bandwidth: 200 Hz
Output level: –55 dB0 nominal
Output interface: Same as analog signal generator
Filters
In-band pre-filter: 200 to 6000 Hz
Out-of-band pre-filter: 4.2 to 72 kHz
Psophometric filter: Conforms to ITU-T Rec. O.41
3 kHz flat filter: 300 to 3400 Hz
Band pass filters: 200, 300, 420, 500, 600, 820, 1020, 2400 2800, 3000, 3400, 3600 Hz selectable
Notch filters: 820, 1020 Hz selectable
Filter for S/N meter: Conforms to ITU-T Rec. O.131
Input interface
Connector: 3-pole CF
Impedance: 600, 900 Ω, high (> 20 kΩ), balanced, unbalanced selectable
Relative level: –20 to +10 dBr, 0.1 dB steps
Max, DC isolation: ±60 V
DC loop: ICT, OGT selectable
Current direction: Normal, reverse, selectable (ICT only)
Sine wave signal output
Frequency range: 200 to 3990 Hz
Frequency resolution: 10 Hz
Frequency accuracy: ±0.1%, ±0.1 Hz
Level range: –60 to 3.1 dBm0
Level resolution: 0.1 dB
Analog receiver
Noise signal output
Conform to ITU-T Rec. O.131
Spectral span: 3.9 Hz
Bandwidth: 200 Hz (350 to 550 Hz)
Repetition rate: 256 ms
Level range: –65 to 0 dBm0
Level resolution: 0.1 dB
Digital mW signal
Conforms to ITU-T Rec. G.711
Alarm simulation signal
PCM alarm signals: AIS, signal loss selectable
Frame error signals: 1 in 2, 2 in 4, 3 in 4, 1.5 x 10–3, 1.5 x 10–4, 1.5 x 10–5, 1.5 x 10–6 selectable
Multiframe error signal: 1 in 2, 2 in 2
Remote end frame alarm: Alarm bit “0” or “1” settable
Remote end multiframe alarm: Alarm bit “0” or “1” settable
Word pattern manipulation
Telephone channel time slot: 00000000 to 11111111 settable
Frame word: 00000000 to 11111111 settable
Non-frame word: 00000000 to 11111111 settable
Multiframe word: 00000000 to 11111111 settable
Error measurement signal
Pseudo-random binary sequence for 64 kbit/s: 211–1 (ITU-T Rec. O.152)
Pseudo-random binary sequence for 2.048 Mbit/s: 215–1 (ITU-T Rec. O.151)
Signalling bit test signal
Possible to set logic “0” or “1” to selected signalling channel in any bit: a, b, c
Signalling distortion measurement
signal (possible to inject measurement signal to selected signalling
channel in any bit: a, b, c, d)
Pulse speed: 10, 20 pps selectable
Marker ratio: 10 to 90%, 1 % steps
PCM output interface
Conforms to ITU-T Rec. G.703,
G.704 (2.048 MHz, however,
CRC code is not inserted)
Output impedance: 120 Ω balanced, 75 Ω unbalanced selectable
Telephone channel number: 30, 31 channels selectable
Signalling: Channel associated signalling, common channel signalling selectable
Coding: HDB3, AMI selectable
Synchronization: Internal, external 8 kHz frame signal (TTL), external 2.048 MHz clock signal (TTL)
or from digital signal receiver selectable
Connector: 3-pole CF (120 Ω bal.), BNC (75 Ω unbal.)
TTL output interface
Telephone channel number: 32 channels at 2.038 Mbit/s, signal channel at 64 kHz
Synchronization: Internal, external 8 kHz frame signal (TTL), external 64 kHz (64 kbit/s interface),
external 2.048 MHz (2.048 Mbit/s interface) or frame signal from digital signal
receiver
Connector: D-sub 25 pole (rear panel)
Digital signal
generator
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Filters
Psophometric filter: Conforms to ITU-T Rec. O.41
3 kHz flat filter: 300 Hz to 3.4 kHz
Band pass filter: 200, 300, 420, 500, 600, 820, 1020, 2400, 2800, 3000, 3400, 3600 Hz selectable
Notch filter: 820, 1020 Hz selectable
Filter for S/N meter: Conforms to ITU-T Rec. O.131
Alarm display
Signal loss, AIS, frame loss, multiframe loss is indicated with the red LED display.
Coder offset detection
Measurement range: –128 to +128
Peak code detection
Measurement range: –128 to +128
Remote end alarm detection
Remote end frame alarm, remote end multiframe alarm
World pattern monitor
Telephone channel, frame word, non-frame word, multiframe word
Error detection
Detectable error: Code, frame, word, bit
Measurement item: Error ratio, errored second, % error-free second, error count
Acceptable bit error measurement pattern (64 kbit/s): 211–1 ( ITU-T Rec. O.152)
Acceptable bit error measurement pattern (2.048 Mbit/s): 215–1 (ITU-T Rec. O.151)
Time base: 1 to 9999 s
Signalling bit monitor
Possible to display on selected signalling channel in a, b, c, d bit
Signalling distortion meter (possible to measure selected signalling
channel in any bit: a, b, c, d)
Acceptable pulse speed: 10, 20 pps
Mark ratio range: 0 to 100%
Digital receiver
PCN input interface
Conforms to ITU-T
Rec. G.703, G.704 (2.048 MHz)
TTL input interface
Input impedance: 120 Ω balanced, 75 Ω unbalanced selectable
Number of telephone channels: 30, 31 channels selectable
Signalling: Channel associated signalling, common channel signalling selectable
Coding: HDB3, AMI selectable
Synchronization: Regenerated frame and multiframe from incoming PCM signals
Connector: 3-pole CF (120 Ω bal.), BNC (75 Ω, unbal.)
Number of telephone channels: 32 channels at 2.048 Mbit/s, single channel at 64 bit/s
Synchronization: External 8 kHz frame signal
Connector: D-sub 25-pole (rear panel)
Amplitude of modulated jitter
Frequency mode: Conforms to ITU-T Rec. O.171
Amplitude of modulated jitter:
10 UI
0.5 UI
2 Hz
100 kHz
Range: 1 UI, 10 UI selectable
Amplitude and frequencies: Conforms to ITU-T Rec. O.171
Amplitude of measured jitter:
Amplitude of modulated jitter
Jitter detection (PCM interface only)
2.4 kHz
45 kHz
Frequency
10 UI
0.5 UI
20 Hz 2.4 kHz
45 kHz 100 kHz
Frequency
E&M test signal
generator
E&M signalling
receiver
Measurement parameters
Pulse speed: 10, 20 pps selectable
Mark ratio: 10 to 90%, 1% steps
Interface
DC sink current: 100 mA maximum (make)
Output impedance: >22 kΩ (brake)
Switch voltage: 53 V maximum
Connector: 3-pole CF (rear panel)
Measuring range
Interface
Pulse speed: 10 to 20 pps
Mark ratio: 0 to 100%
Input impedance: 3.3 kΩ internally pulldown to –48 V
Connector: 3-pole CF (rear panel)
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Others
General
Order wire
Voice signal output: Analog signal generator or selected digital signal generator output port
Voice signal input: Analog signal receiver or selected digital signal receiver input port
Headset connector: 4-pole modular telephone jack
Loudspeaker (for audible alarm
and received voice monitor)
Monitor: Selected telephone channel in digital signal or analog input signal
Monitor level: Adjustable with knob on front panel
Display
128 x 256 dots LCD with back light
Built-in printer
Printing method: Thermal
Printing letter: 20 characters/line
Real time clock
YY, MM, HH, mm, ss (Y: year, M: month, D: date, H: hour, m: minute, s: second)
GPIB
(conforms to IEEE Std. 488-1978)
Implementation: SH1, AH1, T6, TE0, L4, LE0, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C1, C2, C3, C27
Power
AC: 100 V
Dimensions and mass
425 (W) x 177 (H) x 451 (D) mm, ≤25 kg
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
+10
–15 %,
2
50/60 Hz, approx. 130 VA
The MS371A1 is the same as the MS371A but also has 64 kb/s co-contradirectional interface.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MS371A
MS371A1
Name
Main frame
PCM Channel Analyzer
PCM Channel Analyzer
J0443
F0011
F0012
F0040
F0043
F0044
F0046
Z0031A
W0161AE
Standard accessories
Balanced cable
(both ends with Siemens 3P-type plug):
BNC cable (both ends with BNC-type plug):
TTL interface connector:
AC power cord, 2.5 m:
DC power plug:
Fuse, 2 A:
Fuse, 3.15 A:
Fuse, 0.315 A:
Fuse, 1 A:
Fuse, 1.6 A:
Fuse, 3.15 A:
Thermal paper for printer:
MS371A/A1 operation manual:
MS120A∗1
J0162A
J0081
A0006
MB23A
MB24A
J0007
J0008
B0169A
B0239A
B0239B
B0043
B0020
Optional accessories
Channel Selector
Balanced cable, 1 m
BNC cable (both ends with BNC-type plug, 3C-2V), 2 m
Headset
Portable Test Rack
Portable Test Rack
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Transport quilting
Protective carrying case (for MS371A)
Protective carrying case (for MS371A1)
Rack mount kit 4U (2 pcs/set)
Protective cover (2 pcs are needed.)
J0162B
J0081
J0586
4 pcs
2 pcs
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
2 pcs
1 pc
3 pcs
1 pc
2 pcs
2 rolls/set
1 copy
∗1: Do not meet the EMC and low voltage directives of European Union.
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DIGITAL TRANSMISSION ANALYZER
ME3401A
For Measuring Error of DS-3, DS-2, DS-1C and DS-1 Systems
GPIB
OPTION
The ME3401A offers portability and easy operation and is ideal for
testing, evaluating, and monitoring DS-2, DS-1C, and DS-1 system
as well as the DS-3 system. This multifunctional instrument has five
error detection functions (bit, parity, frame, bipolar violation, and CRC6), seven measurement functions (error rate, error count, error seconds, % error free seconds, threshold error seconds, error performance data, and alarm seconds), jitter modulation and measurement
functions, and multiplexer test functions. These functions make the
ME3401A a powerful tool for commissioning, and production tests,
as well as for maintaining, and troubleshooting digital radios, fiber
optic systems, and digital multiplexers. In addition, live traffic performance can be measured by using a wide input range, the frame error
detection function, the demultiplex function, and the built-in printer.
The printer outputs the measurement results and automatically
records the time, and contents when an error or alarm occurs. The receiver makes it easy to measure the error rate or error count distribution and error performance∗. ∗: ITU-T G.821
Features
• Suitable for all systems: DS-3, DS-2, DS-1C, and DS-1
• Jitter modulation and measurement (option)
• Demultiplex function
• Various error detection and measurement functions
• Through data function
The MP1560A STM/SONET Analyzer is an error analyzer for the
Network Node Interface (NNI) of the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
(SDH). The MP1560A provides many useful functions for evaluating
equipment during design, manufacturing, and development and is
especially suited for evaluating the transmission characteristics of the
52, 100, and 156 Mb/s interfaces used in SDH equipment.
The transmitter and receiver are housed in one frame and optical interfaces (plug-in unit) are provided. In addition to functions for setting
and storing 64 frames of data in memory (option 01), a PTA controller
function (option 03/04) and 28-channel (maximum) simultaneous
measurement function (option 02) can be built-in.
STM/SONET ANALYZER
MP1560A
Supports Japanese, ITU-T and SONET Specifications
Features
• Meets mappings for ITU-T (Europe), SONET (North America), and
Japan
• Can be used to analyze a variety of signal sources: optical (1.31/
1.55 µm), unipolar, CMI, B3ZS (52 Mb/s), AMI (100 Mb/s)
Many measurement items and functions for inserting alarms and
errors
• OH byte can be set and monitored
• ADD and DROP for 1.5 Mb/s, 2 Mb/s, 64 kb/s, 192 kb/s, 576 kb/s
• Built-in floppy disk drive
•
Custom-made product
GPIB
The MS369B uses new technology to measure the characteristics of
PCM CODECs (Coder, Decoder). Single-channel CODECs (SCC)
are already being produced by many semiconductor makers for PCM
terminal equipment, digital exchanges, PBX, digital telephones, and
so on. The number of SCCs in use is increasing gradually. In addition,
former common-channel CODECs used time sharing among a number of channels. Measuring the characteristics of one single channel
make it possible to dispense with measurement of the other common
channels. For equipment using SCCs, however, the encoding and
decoding characteristics for each channel must be measured. As a
result, more channels must be measured which will lead to demands
for improved measuring performance.
The MS369B uses DSP (Digital Signal Processing) technology to reduce measuring time and to improve measuring accuracy. It also incorporates a high-performance, special-purpose LSI developed by
Anritsu. The MS369B reduces measuring time and automates measurement using GPIB, and increases production and maintenance
efficiency.
PCM CODEC ANALYZER
MS369B
For Measuring CODECs
GPIB
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Features
• Both A-law and µ-law measurement
• A-A, D-A, A-D, and D-D measurement
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COMMUNICATIONS
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INSTRUMENTS
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NETWORK DATA ANALYZER
MD6430A
50 bit/s to 10 Mbit/s
One Instrument for Installation and Maintenance
GPIB
OPTION
The MD6430A Network Data Analyzer can measure errors on 13 different interfaces for leased lines (64 kbit/s to 6.3 Mbit/s), ISDN (BRI,
PRI), and V/X series interfaces, making it suitable for installation and
maintenance of a variety of networks.
Measurements include bit errors, alarms, delay time, frequency, digital level measurements, user pattern send/trace, etc., all of which
can be displayed on the large color LCD.
Error performance (ITU-T G.821, G.826, M.2100) is available with
various pseudorandom patterns and user patterns up to 1024 characters. Frame Relay measurement function, ISDN signaling function
(optional), and a simultaneous two-channel monitoring function are
also provided. Single button “quick” function and touch-screen ensure easy operation. This unit offers the user sophisticated functions
required for installation and maintenance in a small compact unit.
Features
• One unit supports installation and maintenance of leased lines,
ISDN, and frame relay
• Single button quick test operation
• Lightweight, with a battery-operated function
Applications
• Many applications ranging from low-speed modems to highspeed digital lines
The MD6430A can evaluate the quality of lines ranging from low-speed
modems to high-speed digital lines spanning 50 bit/s to 10 Mbit/s.
• Support for various interfaces
The MD6430A supports G.703 64k, I.430/I-430a 192k, G.703/G.704/
I.431 1.5M, 2M, 2M CMI, 6.3M, V.24/V.28, V.35, V.36, RS-449, X.20,
X.21, TTL/CMOS interfaces in a number of optional units designed
to meet customer needs.
Units
Interfaces
Uses
MU643000A
G.703 64k, I.430/I430-a 192k,
G.703/G.704/I.431 1.5M,
G.703/G.704/I.431 2.0M, 2M CMI,
G.703/G.704 6M
Europe and
Japan
MU643000B
G.703 64k, I.430/I430-a 192k,
G.703/G.704/I.431 1.5M, 2M CMI,
G.703/G.704 6M
Japan
MU643000C
G.703 64k, I.430/I430-a 192k,
G.703/G.704/I.431 2.0M
Europe
Note: All interface units support V.24/V.28, V.35, V.36, RS-449, X.20, X.21, and
TTL/CMOS.
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• Wide variety of measurement functions
Various measurements, such as error, alarm, clock slip, delay, frequency, and digital level can be performed. Also, can send user patterns with tracing functions.
• Frame relay measurements
Frame relay network connections (conforming to PVC and ITU-T
Q.933 Annex A) can be tested by the MD6430A. The user can also
monitor the congestion status such as FECN, BECN, and CLLM.
• Optional ISDN signaling functions (BRI, PRI)
The unit can be connected to ISDN networks so that both voice communication and error measurement can be performed.
• Error data analysis and storage functions
Error data can be collected in log or histogram format. This data can
also be stored in internal memory or on a floppy disk for later analysis.
• Touch-screen
The touch-screen, large color LCD, and pop-up menus provide a
much better GUI operating environment.
• Battery operation
When a commercial power supply is not available, the optional battery pack provides operation for up to 3 hours, and 5 hours in power
save operation.
• Full range of error measurement screens
Various measurement items can be displayed simultaneously for error
count, error rate, block error count, clock slip count, character error
count, error performance (G.821, G.826, M.2100), HDLC error (bad
frame, abort frame), and various types of alarm. The user can select
the desired items and can display them using the zoom function.
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• Supports frame relay measurements
• Supports ISDN networks (BRI, PRI)
Specific DLCI connections can be checked. PVC status checking
procedures are supported.
The unit can be connected to the ISDN public telephone network.
Return testing using one unit can be done by using the call loop function as below.
MD6430A
MD6430A
Call request
Data
Call
acceptance
Clear request
Data
Clear
confirmation
Frame relay measurement sequence
• Voice channel function
The CODEC function permits voice communications over a specified
channel. Simultaneous voice communications and measurements
are possible.
• Substantial analysis functions
Error status and alarm condition can be logged and displayed as histograms. The received data can also be captured.
• Easy operation
The touch-screen and pop-up menus are quick and user-friendly,
making operation easy for all levels of expertise.
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Specifications
Interface
High speed: G.703 64k, I.430/I430-a 192k, G.703/G.704/I.431 1.5M∗1, ∗2, G.703/G.704/I.431 2.0M∗1, ∗3, 2M CMI∗1, ∗2,
G.703/G.704 6M∗1, ∗2 (2-wire simultaneous monitoring)
Low speed: V.24/V.28, V.35, V.36, RS-449, X.20, X.21, TTL/CMOS (Send/receive simultaneous monitoring)
Clock
(high-speed interface)
Internal clock: 64 kbit/s, 1.544 Mbit/s∗1, ∗2, 2.048 Mbit/s, 6.312 Mbit/s∗1, ∗2 (accuracy ≤±5 ppm)
External clock: 64k + 8k or slave sync to received data (slave oscillation range: ≤±100 ppm)
G.703 64k clock mode
Centralized clock, codirectional clock
Code law
(high-speed interface)
G.703 64k: AMI
I.430/I430-a 192k: AMI
G.703/G.704/I.431 1.5M: AMI/B8ZS∗1, ∗2
G.703/G.704/I.431 2.0M: AMI/HDB3∗1, ∗3
2M CMI: CMI
G.703/G.704 6M:B8ZS∗1, ∗2
Impedance
64k: 110 Ω/HIGH, 192k: 50/100 Ω/HIGH, 1.5M:100 Ω/HIGH, 2 M:75/120 Ω/HIGH, 2M CMI: 110 Ω/HIGH, 6M: 75 Ω/HIGH
Frames
(high-speed interface)
G.703/G.704/I.431 1.5M∗1, ∗2: 12MFP (G.704), 24MFP (G.704), 24MFP (NTT), unframe
G.703/G.704/I.431 2.0M∗1, ∗3: 16MFP (30B + D), 16MFP (31B), 2MFP (30B + D), 2MFP (31B), Unframe
2M CMI∗1, ∗2: PBX (TTC), CRV, ST (send only), unframe
G.703/G.704 6M∗1, ∗2: 4MFP (G.704), unframe
Data bit rate
(high-speed interface)
64k x n: 64 to 6272 kbit/s (n =1 to 98∗4 , sequential or mixed configuration may be selected.)
56k (1-7) x n: 56 to 5488 kbit/s (n =1 to 98∗4 )
56k (2-8) x n: 56 to 5488 kbit/s (n =1 to 98∗4 )
8k x n: 8, 16, 32 kbit/s
2.4k x n: 2.4 to 48 kbit/s (n = 1 to 20, sequential or mixed configuration may be selected for X.50 20 multiframe.)
0.6k x n: 0.6 to 48 kbit/s (n = 1 to 80, sequential or mixed configuration may be selected for X.50 80 multiframe.)
Others: Signaling, 1.544 Mbit/s
Send clock
(low-speed interface)
Internal clock
Sync (ST1): 50 bit/s to 10 Mbit/s (5 bit/s steps. However, V.24/V.28 and X.20 up to 200 kbit/s)
Async: 50, 75, 100, 110, 150, 200, 256, 300, 400, 500, 512, 600, 768, 800, 1k, 1.2k, 1.6k, 1.8k, 2k, 2.4k, 2.56k, 3k, 3.2k, 3.6k, 4.8k,
7.2k, 8k, 9.6k, 12k, 12.8k, 14.4k, 16k, 16.8k, 19.2k, 28.8k, 32k, 38.4k, 46k, 48k, 50k, 56k, 56.6k, 64k, 72k, 76.8k, 115.2k (bit/s)
Self oscillation accuracy: ≤±5 ppm
External clock (ST2, RTS): Frequency for each interface of 50 to10 Mbit/s (may be inverted.)
Receive clock
(low-speed interface)
External clock (ST, RTS): Frequency for each interface of 50 to 10 Mbit/s (May be inverted)
Internal clock (Async):
50, 75, 100, 110, 150, 200, 256, 300, 400, 500, 512, 600, 768, 800, 1k, 1.2k, 1.6k, 1.8k, 2k, 2.4k, 2.56k, 3k, 3.2k, 3.6k, 4.8k,
7.2k, 8k, 9.6k, 12k, 12.8k, 14.4k, 16k, 16.8k, 19.2k, 28.8k, 32k, 38.4k, 46k, 48k, 50k, 56k, 56.6k, 64k, 72k, 76.8k, 115.2k (bit/s)
Error measurement
pattern
Pseudorandom pattern: PRBS 6, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 20, 23, RPRBS 20 (reversed PRBS20), QRSS, positive/negative logic
Programmable pattern: 8 bit repetitive (start-stop sync: 5 to 8 bits)
Code pattern: 1:1, ALL 1, ALL 0
User pattern: 1 to 1024 characters (1 character steps), for character error measurement
Send pattern
User pattern: 1 to 128 kbyte
Error insertion
Error type: bit, bit + code, code
Insertion types
Single: 1 bit error inserted each time insert button pressed
Repeat: 1 bit error inserted each second
Cyclic: 2.5E-1 to 1.7E-7
Start-stop
synchronization
Start bit length: 1 bit
Stop bit length: 1, 1.5, 2 bits
Data length: 5, 6, 7, 8 bits
Parity: None, odd, even
Error/alarm measurement
Detected errors: Bit, code, parity, CRC, frame, character
Measurements:
Error count, error rate, block error count, block error rate, ES, EFS, clock slip, clock slip seconds, pattern sync loss count/time,
frame sync loss time, alarm time, signal loss time, AC power loss time
Error performance: G.821, G.826, M.2100
Measurement modes
Single: 1 s to 99 d 23 h 59 min 59 s
Repeat: 1 s to 99 d 23 h 59 min 59 s
Manual: 1 y max.
Measurement range
Error rate: 1.00E-15 to 1.00E00, Error count: 0 to 9.99E15
Pattern trace
Trace byte count: 1 Mbit max.
Trace start trigger: Manual, code detect
Trace stop trigger: Manual, code detect, code mismatch detect, trace byte count
Trigger detect delay: 0 to 8,000 bytes
Frequency measurement
Measurement range: DC to 10 MHz, Accuracy: ≤ (±5 ppm ±1 digit)
Delay time measurement
(Sync. mode only)
Measurement range: 0 to 16 s (0.001 ms steps)
Frame relay
measurement
Measurement items: Correct test packet count, lost test packet count, HDLC bad frame count, HDLC abort frame count
PVC connect confirmation test: To MD6430A or circuit loopback test (Conforms to ITU-T Q.933 Annex A)
DLCI: 16 to 991 (1 steps)
Test packet send interval time: 5 to 30 s (1 s steps)
Traffic congestion status monitoring: BECN, FECN, CLLM message detection (Conforms to ITU-T Q.922 Annex A)
Digital level measurement
Code law: A-law, µ-law
Measurement range: –60 to +3 dBm (0.1 dBm steps)
Send pattern: 0 dBm, 1 kHz pattern (Conforms to ITU-T G.711)
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ISDN calling/called function
INS64, INS1500 (Option: MU643000A/B-01), ETS1 ISDN (Option: MU643000A/C-02)
MUX/DEMUX
Able to drop/insert specified channels in high-speed interface through X.21 interface at 64k x n (n = 1 to 98)
Voice communication
Voice communication possible in any TS in high-speed interfaces (except G.703 64 kbit/s)
Error analysis
Displays sequential error/alarm measurement data and graphs
Signal monitor lamp
Indicates status of each signal line
External printer
Interface Centronics, D-sub 25-pin connector
External printer output
Enables printout of error measurement data
Measurement start time: Prints time and measurement conditions
During measurement: Prints specified error and alarm occurrence at each detected instance or at predefined time interval
Measurement stop time: Prints measured total results
Prints on screen contents
Display
Color TFT-LCD (8.4 inch)
Remote interface
RS-232C, D-sub 9-pin connector, GPIB (option)
Memory
3.5 inch FDD
Built-in timer
Year, month, day, hour, minute, second
Power supply
AC: 85 to 250 V, DC: Lithium ion battery (rechargeable, optional accessory), 50 VA
Battery operation time
3 h (max.) ∗5 h when using power save function
Operating temperature
0˚ to 50˚C, (FDD and at battery usage: +5˚ to +40˚C)
Dimensions and mass
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 94 (D) mm, ≤4.2 kg (excluding battery)
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
3
∗1: Specification when using MU643000A Datacom Interface
∗2: Specification when using MU643000B Datacom Interface
∗3: Specification when using MU643000C Datacom Interface
∗4: Max. n value depends on interfaces
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MD6430A
Standard accessories
ADP60WB24.0 AC adapter (100 to 240 Vac/24 Vdc converter):
Power cord:
Z0406A
Touch pen (for touch panel):
Z0402A
Protective cover (protects display):
W1542AE
MD6430A operation manual (includes
MU643000A/B/C):
W1543AE
MD6430A remote control operation manual
(includes MU643000A/B/C):
MD6430A sample program (remote sample program):
Z0417
Z0403A
Belt with hook (MD6430A carrying belt):
MD6430A-01
J1026A
Options
GPIB
GPIB cable (for MD6430A-01’s accessory), 2 m
MU643000A
MU643000B
MU643000C
Units
Datacom Interface Unit (for Europe and Japan)
Datacom Interface Unit (for Japan)
Datacom Interface Unit (for Europe)
MU643000A-01
MU643000A-02
MU643000B-01
MU643000C-02
MU643000A-22
MU643000B-22
MU643000C-22
Options
JT-Q921/Q931 ISDN signaling
ETSI ISDN signaling
JT-Q921/Q931 ISDN signaling
ETSI ISDN signaling
CAS/FAS option (for Europe and Japan)
CAS/FAS option (for Japan)
CAS/FAS option (for Europe)
Z0404A
B0441
B0442
B0443
A0006
J0654A
J0661A
J0920B
J0913A
J0914A
Model/Order No.
Name
J0915A
Main frame
Network Data Analyzer
J0916A
1
1
1
1
pc
pc
pc
pc
1 copy
1 copy
1 pc
1 pc
Optional accessories
Lithium ion battery pack (battery pack for main frame)
Hard carrying case
Soft carrying case
Rack mount kit
Headset
Serial interface cross cable [D-Sub 9-pin (female) · D-Sub
9-pin (male)], 2 m (for remote control of main frame)
RS-232C straight cable [D-Sub 9-pin (female) · D-Sub
25-pin (male)], 2 m (for remote control of main frame)
Cross cable [D-Sub 9-pin (female) · D-Sub 25-pin (male)],
3 m (for remote control of main frame)
Measurement cable [D-Sub 25-pin (male) · half pitch
36-pin], 2 m (for V.24/V.28)
Measurement cable [V.35 connector (male) · half pitch
36-pin), 2 m (for V.35)
J0945
J0929
J0388B
J0390
J0392B
J0917A
J0923
J0463C
J0959B
J0844A
J0127B
J0939
J0921B
J0922B
J0924B
J0930
J0960B
J0946A
J0946B
J0950
J0968
J0969C
J0925B
J0926B
J0927B
J0928B
Name
Measurement cable [D-Sub 37-pin (male) · half pitch
36-pin], 2 m (for V.36/RS-449)
Measurement cable [D-Sub 15-pin (male) · half pitch 36-pin],
2 m (for X.20/X.21, using B terminal as ST1 output type)
Measurement cable [D-Sub 15-pin (male) · half pitch 36-pin],
2 m (for X.20/X.21, using B terminal as ST2 input type)
Cross measurement cable [D-Sub 15-pin (male) · half
pitch 36-pin], 2 m (for X.20/X.21 MUX/DEMUX)
DCE/DTE conversion adapter (D-Sub 25-pin, for V.24/V.28)
DCE/DTE conversion adapter (D-Sub 34-pin, for V.35)
DCE/DTE conversion adapter (D-Sub 37-pin, for
V.36/RS-449)
TTL/CMOS connection box∗1 (I/O connector: BNC type)
Measurement cable (both-end Amphenol half pitch 36-pin),
1 m (for connection between MD6430A to TTL/CMOS)
Measurement cable [both-end 8-pin modular (RJ45) with
shield], 2 m (for 192k)
Measurement cable (RJ45 8-pin modular · clip), 2 m (for 192K)
ISO1073 cable [both-end 8-pin modular (ISO10173)], 2 m
(for 1.5M, 2M)
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 2 m (for 2M, 6M)
Coaxial cord (C-H3T type plug · BNC), 2 m (for 6M)
Measurement cable [8-pin modular (ISO10173) · M-1PS],
2 m (for 1.5M, 2M)
Measurement cable (mini-BANTAM · M-1PS), 2 m
(for 64k, 2M CMI)
Measurement cable (mini-BANTAM · I-214APS), 2 m (for
external input clock, 64k + 8k)
Measurement cable (mini-BANTAM · M-3912), 2 m (for
64k, Siemens type)
Measurement cable (mini-BANTAM · clip), 2 m (for 64k, 2M, CMI)
Measurement cable [8-pin modular (ISO10173) · M-3912],
1 m (for 1.5M/2M)
Measurement cable [8-pin modular (ISO10173) · M-3912],
2 m (for 1.5M/2M)
Measurement cable [8-pin modular (ISO10173) · clip],
2 m (for 1.5M/2M)
Balance cable (RJ45 · ISO10173), 2 m (for 192k)
Unbalance cable [SP3CP/3CV-P (BNC)], 2 m (for 6M)
Y cable (D-sub 25-pin · half pitch 36-pin/D-sub 25-pin),
2 m (for V.24/V.28 monitor)
Y cable (D-sub 25-pin · half pitch 36-pin/D-sub 25-pin),
2 m (for V.35 monitor)
Y cable (V.37 · half pitch 36-pin/D-sub 37), 2 m (for
V.36/RS-449 monitor)
Y cable (D-sub 15-pin · half pitch 36-pin/D-sub 15-pin),
2 m (for X.20/X.21 monitor)
∗1: Cable (J0923) required when using with TTL/CMOS interface
Note: For details of the measurement cable, refer to the Measurement Cable Selection Guide in the MD6430A Application Note.
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DATA TRANSMISSION ANALYZER
MD6420A
For Evaluating Quality of Digital Data Networks
GPIB
OPTION
Bit error rate measurement is the most critical parameter in evaluating the quality of digital transmission modes. However, conventional
methods, which measure only average bit error rates, are inadequate.
In the MD6420A, various types of extension and remote control units
are provided as options, as well as units which allow the use of various types of interfaces.
The measuring conditions can be stored in memory and recalled prior to measurement with the touch of a single key. An error analysis
function allows histograms of either error or alarm data to be quickly
and easily displayed. In addition, the analyzer is portable so that it
can be used on site for maintenance operations.
Features
• Can measure a variety of devices from low-speed modems to
high-speed digital lines
Can be configured to a variety of communications protocols via ITU-T
V, X, G, and I series by using plug-in units. Can perform high-quality
evaluations of data communications systems that have bit rates from
50 b/s to 10 Mb/s.
• Simultaneous error measurement of various error parameters
The error count (bit error, parity error, and CRC error, etc.) error rate,
block error count, block error rate, US, %US, SES, %SES, DM, %DM,
ES, %ES, EFS, %EFS, AT, %AT, BBER, clock slip, and synchronization loss can be measured, Alarm states such as AIS can be continuously monitored∗.
∗: Conforms to ITU-T G.821
• Data will not be lost if a power failure occurs during measurement
If an AC power failure occurs during error rate measurements, all data
obtained prior to the failure is recalled from memory and the measurement is automatically continued when the power is resupplied. When
the power returns, the time at which power failure occurred is displayed
on the EL display.
• Storage and statistical analysis of error measurement data
When a error analysis unit is used, the error measurement data can
be stored in the unit. The results of stored data analyses can be displayed as a histogram.
Example of display screen
• Overall display of error measurements
Up to 22 measurement items can be monitored simultaneously. If a
power failure occurs during measurements then measurements will
be continued from the time at which the power is resupplied. The
failure time (PWL) will be displayed when power is resupplied.
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• Histogram screen
The number of errors and the rates of which errors occurred can be
displayed relative to the time of measurement. The parameters which
are to be displayed on the horizontal and vertical axes can be selected by the user.
DATA COMMUNICATIONS MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Combinations of interface and extension units
The MD6420A can be combined with many plug-in units to perform a variety of measurement.
MD0633A
Error Analyzer
MD0610D/D1
Word Memory
√
√
√
√
√
MD0621C V.36 (RS-449)
√
√
√
√
MD0621D X.20 (RS-423)/X.21 (RS-422)
√
√
√
√
MD0622B G.703/G.704 1.544 Mb/s Bipolar
√
MD0622D G.703/G.704 6.312 Mb/s Bipolar
√
MD0622E G.703 64 kb/s
MD0623A/A1
G.703/G.704 2.048 Mb/s Bipolar
MD0623B G.703/G.741 8.448 Mb/s Bipolar
√
∗
√
√∗
√
∗
√
∗
MD0632C
2.048 Mb/s
Jitter
√
√
MD0632B
1.544 Mb/s
Jitter
√
MD0621B V.35
MD0632A
64 kb/s Jitter
MD0630A
Distortion
Measurement
MD0621A V.24/V.28 (RS232C)
MD0630B
CODEC
MD0627A
Analog
Interface units
Extension units
√
√
√
√∗
MD0625B I.431 1.544 Mb/s
√∗
√
MD0625C/C1 I.431 2.048 Mb/s
√∗
√
MD0626A TTL
√∗
MD0628B DS1
√∗
MD0628C DS1C
√∗
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
3
∗: Except DC voltage measurement
Interface units
• V/X series
Extension units
• Analog
MD0621A
V.24/V.28 (RS-232C)
MD0621B
V.35
MD0621C
V.36 (RS-449)
MD0621D
X.20 (RS-423)/X.21 (RS-422)
• G.703
MD0627A
Analog
• Measurement extension
MD0630A
Distortion Measurement
MD0630B
CODEC
MD0610D/D1
Word Memory
G.703/G.704 1.544 Mb/s Bipolar
MD0632A
64 kb/s Jitter
MD0622D
G.703/G.704 6.312 Mb/s Bipolar
MD0632B
1.544 Mb/s Jitter
MD0622E
G.703 64 kb/s
MD0632C
2.048 Mb/s Jitter
MD0623A/A1
G.703/G.704 2.048 Mb/s Bipolar
MD0623B
G.703/G.741 8.448 Mb/s Bipolar
MD0622B
• Error analysis
MD0633A
Error Analyzer
• I.431
MD0625B
I.431 1.544Mb/s
MD0625C/C1
I.431 2.048Mb/s
• TTL
MD0626A
Remote control units
MD0620A
GPIB
MD0620B
RS-232C
TTL
• For North America
MD0628B
DS1
MD0628C
DS1C
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Specifications
Sending
clock
signal
Receiving
clock
signal
Pattern
Internal clock signal
(ST1, ASYNC, ST/SP)∗1
Clock:
50 to 20 kb/s in 5 b/s steps, 20 k to 400kb/s in 100 b/s steps
512 k, 576 k, 672 k, 768 k, 1024 k, 1152 k, 1344 k, 1536 k, 1920 k, 2048 k, 4096 k, 8192 kb/s
Accuracy
Self oscillation: ±5 ppm
Slave oscillation: Subject to 8 kb/s or 8 kb/s of (64 k + 8 k) external input or receiving data
Slave oscillation range: ≥ ±100 ppm
External input
Operated by the external input clock signal (TTL level or sine waves)
External clock signal (ST2, RT)
Clock (inversion can be used.) by each 50 b/s to 10 Mb/s interface
External clock signal (RT)
Clock (inversion can be used.) by each 50 b/s to 10 Mb/s interface
Internal clock signal
(ASYNC, ST/SP)
50, 70, 100, 150, 200, 256, 300, 400, 500, 512, 600, 768, 800, 1 k, 1.2 k, 1.6 k, 1.8 k, 2 k, 2.4 k, 2.56 k, 3 k,
3.6 k, 4.8 k, 7.2 k, 9.6 k, 14.4 k, 19.2 kb/s
Code
A, Z, 1:1, 3:1, 1:3, 7:1, 1:7
Programmable pattern
8 bit repetition (5 to 8 bits for ST/SP, 5 bits for 2.0 M G.704 spare bit)
Pseudorandom pattern
2n – 1 bits repetition (n: 6, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 20, 23), positive/negative logic
Word pattern
8 bits x 8 k words (manual input, setting, user’s pattern)
FOX pattern
Conforms to ITU-T (EBCDIC, ASCII, EBCD, BAUDOT)
Error
insertion
Manual error
Single-bit error whenever the key is pressed or single-bit error every second
Cyclic error
2.5 x 10–1 to 1.7 x 10–7(N x 10–n, N: 1.0, 1.1, 1.3, 1.5, 1.7, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0)
Start-stop
synchronization
Start-stop bit length
Start bit: 1 bit, Stop bit: 1, 1.5, and 2 bits
Data length
5, 6, 7 and 8 bits
Parity
None, odd, even
Error
measurement
Pattern
trace
Detection error
Bit error, code error, parity error, CRC error and frame mismatch are selected.
Measurement items
Error count, error rate, block error count, block error rate, ES, %ES, DM, %DM, SES, %SES, US, %US, EFS,
%EFS, AT, %AT, BBER clock slip, sync count/time, frame sync loss time, signal loss, AC power failure time
Block length
25 to 216 bits or 101 to 1016 bits
Measurement time
102 to 109 bits measurement and repetition of 1 s to 999 hr 59 min. 59 s
Display of measurement results
Among the measurement results, five or all optional items can be displayed simultaneously. The buzzer
sounds if an error is detected (the volume can be adjusted). The lapse time after the measurement starts is
displayed in units of seconds.
No. of trace bytes
32 KB max.
Traces stop trigger
Manual code detection, not code detection, signal lines ON/OFF, No. of trace bytes, external input signal
ON/OFF
Delay trace after trigger detection
Trace data display
Voltage measurement
10 to 8000 bytes
Displays together with trace stop time in HEX, JIS8, ASCII, EBCDIC, EBCDIK, EBCD, Baudot bit (shift: +4 to
–3 bits)
Measuring range: –30 to +30 V
Accuracy: ±5% ±1 digit
Frequency measurement and count
Measuring range: DC to 10 MHz
Accuracy:±5 ppm ±1 digit
Display: Decimal 7 digits
Time measurement∗3
Measuring range: 0 to 10 sec.(10 µs steps) except for ASYNC and ST/SP
Accuracy: ±5 ppm ±1 digit
Display: Decimal 7 digits
Signal monitor lamp
Displays the status of each signal line (“1”/“ON” : green or red∗2, “0”/“OFF”: lamp off)
External output
Error: Negative logic, TTL level (half clock with of receiving clock)
Pattern sync loss: Negative logic, TTL level
Clock: Receiving gate clock, TTL level
Receiving clock: TTL level
(64 k + 8 k) b/s clock: 64 kb/s clock with 8 kb/s violation, AMI, RZ, 1.0 V±10%, Impedance: 120 Ω
Video output: Composite video signal (vertical: 16.666 ms ±100 ppm, horizontal: 63.61 µs±100 ppm, 1 Vp-p±10%
External input
Clock: 50 b/s to 10 Mb/s, TTL
(64 k +8 k) b/s clock: 64 kb/s clock with 8 kb/s violation, AMI/RZ, Input level: 0.6 to 1.1 Vp-p, Impedance: 110 Ω
Trigger: TTL level
Printing in error measurement
Print
output
Other printing
At measurement start: Prints measurement conditions and time
During measurement
Print time, error count and alarm generation/recovery information at specified intervals
Prints time and measurement result after start of measurement
Prints time and error count at termination of each measurement cycle
At measurement end: Prints time and measurement result
Prints measurement conditions, measurement results, and time in manual measurement
Internal timer
Year, month, day, hour, minute, second
Power
85 to 132 Vac/170 to 250 Vac (changeable), 47 to 64 Hz, ≤180 VA (with full units)
Operating temperature range
0° to 40°C
Connectable unit
5 units max.
Dimensions and mass
319 (W) x 177 (H) x 450 (D) mm, ≤10.5 kg
∗1: Up to 20 kb/s for ASYNC and STSP
∗2: Denotes red LED alarm
∗3: Can not measure delay time for async system and start-stop system
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
MD6420A (main frame)
Model/Order No.
Name
Model/Order No.
Name
MD6420A
Main frame
Data Transmission Analyzer
MD0622D
W0600AE
Standard accessory
MD0622D operation manual:
F0013∗
F0012∗
B0301
Z0031A
B0254C
B0254D
W0618AE
Standard accessories
Power cord, 2.6 m:
Fuse, 5 A:
Fuse, 3.15 A:
Protection cover:
Printer paper:
Blank panel (for interface units):
Blank panel (for remote control units):
MD6420A operation manual:
J0393
J0127B
Optional accessories
Double-ended 15-pin connector cable, 2 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m
MD0622E
G.703 64 kb/s Interface Unit
W0601AE
Standard accessory
MD0622E operation manual:
J0162A
J0162B
J0162C
J0162D
J0537
J0164
J0440
Optional accessories
Balanced cord (M-3912 · – · M-3912), 1 m
Balanced cord (M-3912 · – · M-3912), 2 m
Balanced cord (M-3912 · – · M-3912), 2.5 m
Balanced cord (M-3912 · – · M-3912), 5 m
Balanced cord (M-3912 · – · M-1PS), 2 m
Balanced cord (M-3912 · – · M-214-SP), 2 m
Balanced cord (CS1-MM2), 2 m
1
2
2
1
2
5
1
1
pc
pcs
pcs
pc
rolls
pcs
pc
copy
MD6420A-02
Options
Sending pattern synchronized signal output
(video output cannot be used with this option.)
Sending pattern for word memory, 32 KB
B0291B
B0251F
B0302
B0251E
A0006
J0386
J0315
J0612B
J0050B
J0127B
J0106
Z0174
J0673A
Optional accessories
Carrying case (with casters)
Shoulder bag (for MD6420A)
Rack mount kit
Unit housing case (accommodates 10 units)
Headset
Probe for external input (BNC-P · IC clip), 2 m
Balanced cord (I-214APS · – · M-1PS), 2 m
Balanced cord (M-3912 · – · M-3912), 2 m
Balanced cord [M-214S · – · M-214S (shielded) ], 2 m
Coaxial cable (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P)
Coaxial cable (3CV-P2 · M-1P), 2 m
Service kit for MD6420A
Double-ended 25 pin cross cable, 3 m
MD6420A-01
∗: Supplied one kind of fuse depending on the power supply voltage specified
when ordering.
MD0623A
MD0623A1
Name
MD0621A
V.24/V.28 (RS-232C) Interface Unit
W0595AE
Standard accessory
MD0621A operation manual:
J0387
J0388
Optional accessories
Double-ended 25-pin connector cable, 2 m
25-pin DCE-DTE conversion adapter (used for DTE mode)
1 copy
MD0621B
V.35 Interface Unit
W0596AE
Standard accessory
MD0621B operation manual:
J0864B
J0390
Optional accessories
Double-ended 34-pin connector cable, 2 m
34-pin DCE-DTE conversion adapter (used for DTE mode)
1 copy
MD0621C
V.36 (RS-449) Interface Unit
W0597AE
Standard accessory
MD0621C operation manual:
J0391
J0392
Optional accessory
Double-ended 37-pin connector cable, 2 m
37-pin DCE-DTE conversion adapter (used for DTE mode)
MD0621D
X.20 (RS-423)/X.21 (RS-422) Interface Unit
W0598AE
Standard accessory
MD0621D operation manual:
J0393
Optional accessory
Double-ended 15-pin connector cable, 2 m
W0599AE
J0393
J0440
J0990
J0991
Optional accessories
Double-ended 15-pin connector cable, 2 m
Balanced cord (CS1-MM2), 2 m
Measurement cable (D-SUB15/SBMD06FBS), 2 m
Measurement cable (D-SUB15/CLIP), 2 m
1 copy
G.703/G.704 2.048 Mb/s Bipolar Interface Unit
(120 Ω balanced)
G.703/G.704 2.048 Mb/s Bipolar Interface Unit
(75 Ω balanced)
Optional accessories
Double-ended 15-pin connector cable, 2 m
Balanced cord (CS1-MM2), 2 m
120 Ω/75 Ω adapter (balanced/unbalanced converter)
Coaxial cable (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 2 m
1 copy
MD0623B
G.703/G.741 8.448 Mb/s Bipolar Interface Unit
W0603AE
Standard accessory
MD0623B operation manual:
J0127B
Optional accessory
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 2 m
MD0625B
I.431 1.544 Mb/s Interface Unit
W0606AE
Standard accessory
MD0625B operation manual:
J0393
J0440
J0539
J0540
J0594
1 copy
1 copy
Optional accessories
Double-ended 15-pin connector cable (GMP-AS12-001), 2 m
Balanced cord, CS1-MM2, 2 m
Cable with 15-pin and modular connectors,
(ISO4903 · 15P-IS8877 · 8P), 3 m
Cable with 15-pin connector and screw terminals,
[ISO4903 · 15P-4 screw terminals (3 mm) ], 3 m
Cable with 8-pin modular connector, and alligator clip,
ISO8877-8P alligator, 2 m
MD0625C
MD0625C1
I.431 2.048 Mb/s Interface Unit (120 Ω balanced)
I.431 2.048 Mb/s Interface Unit (75 Ω balanced)
W0607AE
Standard accessory
MD0625C/C1/C2 operation manual:
J0393
J0440
J0442
J0539
J0127B
J0540
G.703/G.704 1.544 Mb/s Bipolar Interface Unit
1 copy
J0393
J0440
J0442
J0127B
1 copy
Standard accessory
MD0622B operation manual:
3
Standard accessory
MD0623A/A1 operation manual:
1 copy
MD0622B
1 copy
W0602AE
Interface units
Model/Order No.
G.703/G.704 6.312 Mb/s Bipolar Interface Unit
1 copy
Optional accessories
Double-ended 15-pin connector cable (GMP-AS12-001), 2 m
Balanced cord (CS1-MM2), 2 m
120 Ω/75 Ω adapter (balanced/unbalanced converter)
Cable with 15-pin and modular connectors,
(ISO4903 · 15P-IS8877 · 8P), 3 m
Coaxial cable (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 2 m
Cable with 15-pin connector and screw terminals,
[ISO4903 · 15P-4 screw terminals (3 mm) ], 3 m
MD0626A
TTL Interface Unit
W0608AE
Standard accessory
MD0626A operation manual:
J0127B
J0386
Optional accessory
Coaxial cable (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 2 m
Probe for external input (BNC-P · IC clip)
1 copy
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Model/Order No.
Remote control units
Name
MD0628B
DS1 Interface Unit
W0610AE
Standard accessory
MD0628B operation manual:
J0167B
Optional accessory
Balanced cord (WECO310 · – · WECO310), 2 m
Model/Order No.
MD0620A
1 copy
J0008
MD0628C
DS1C Interface Unit
W0611AE
Standard accessory
MD0628C operation manual:
J0167B
Optional accessory
Balanced cord (WECO310 · – · WECO310), 2 m
MD0620B
1 copy
J0387
J0673A
Extension units
Model/Order No.
Name
MD0627A
Analog Unit
W0609AE
Standard accessory
MD0627A operation manual:
J0135
Optional accessory
Balanced cord (I-214APS · – · M-1PS), 2 m
MD0630A
Distortion Measurement Unit
W0614AE
Standard accessory
MD0630A operation manual:
MD0630B
CODEC Unit
W0614AE
Standard accessory
MD0630B operation manual:
J0127B
J0050B
MA29A
64 kb/s Jitter Unit
W0616AE
Standard accessory
MD0632A/B/C operation manual:
J0127B
Optional accessory
Coaxial cable (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 2 m
MD0632B
1.544 Mb/s Jitter Unit
W0616AE
Standard accessory
MD0632A/B/C operation manual:
J0127B
Optional accessory
Coaxial cable (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 2 m
MD0632C
2.048 Mb/s Jitter Unit
W0616AE
Standard accessory
MD0632A/B/C operation manual:
J0127B
Optional accessory
Coaxial cable (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 2 m
1 copy
1 copy
1 copy
1 copy
Error Analyzer Unit
(1 MB, RAM: 512 KB, memory card: 512 KB)
W0617AE
Standard accessory
MD0633A operation manual:
P0008
P0009
Optional accessories
Plug-in memory card (256 KB)
Plug-in memory card (512 KB)
MD0610D
MD0610D1
Word Memory Unit (8 KB)
Word Memory Unit (32 KB)
W0143AE
Standard accessory
MD0610D/D1 operation manual:
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1 copy
Optional accessories
Coaxial cable (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 2 m
Balanced cord [M-214S · – · M-214S (shielded) ], 2 m
75 Ω/600 Ω Conversion Transformer
(for self-returning of voice output)
MD0632A
MD0633A
1 copy
1 copy
1 copy
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Name
GPIB Remote Control Unit
(The operation is described in the MD6420A operation
manual.)
Optional accessory
GPIB cable, 2 m
RS-232C Remote Control Unit
(The operation is described in the MD6420A operation
manual.)
Optional accessories
Double-ended 25-pin connector cable, 2 m
Double-ended 25-pin cross cable, 3 m
DIGITAL MOBILE
COMMUNICATIONS
MEASURING
INSTRUMENTS
Selection Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206
Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter
Testers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207, 213, 220
Digital Modulation Signal Generators . . . . 230, 237, 248
W-CDMA Signalling Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 251
Signalling Testers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 254, 256
Bluetooth Test Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259
Radio Communication Analyzers . . . . . . . . . . 265, 269
W-CDMA Area Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 278
Radio Communication Test System . . . . . . . . . . . . 281
W-CDMA Virtual Signaling Test System . . . . . . . . 286
Measuring Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 289
Error Rate Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 289
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Mobile communication measurement equipment
(example of an application; various other types of measurement equipment are also available)
Equipment to be measured
Communication system
Mobile equipment
Digital
Time-domaincapable
spectrum
analyzer
√
√
√
√
MS8608A/8609A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
MS8604A
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
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Error rate tester
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MS2661B/C,
MS2663C,
MS2665C,
MS2667C,
MS2668C
MS2683A
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CDMA (ARIB STD-T53)
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Japan
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WCPE
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Digital mobile
radio transmitter
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PCN (DCS1800)
Radio communication analyzer
GSM
EDGE
Type of
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CT2
Europe etc.
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π/4 DQPSK M-16QAM
CDMA
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GFSK
PACS
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DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO TRANSMITTER TESTER
MS8609A
9 kHz to 13.2 GHz
Measures Wide-Band Signals up to IMT-2000 2 Mbit/s
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GPIB
The MS8609A is a transmitter tester equipped with an internal spectrum analyzer, a modulation analyzer and a power meter. One tester
covers the development, manufacturing of base stations, mobile stations to construction, maintenance of base stations.
The spectrum analyzer has resolution bandwidths up to 20 MHz,
meaning that it can readily support measurement of a 2 Mbit/s (16
Mcps) wide-band signal for IMT-2000.
The modulation analyzer realizes all Vector Signal Analysis (VSA)
functions through high-speed DSP. The power sensor can perform
highly accurate power measurements of ±0.4 dB by using an amorphous power sensor.
Up to three dedicated measurement software options (such as WCDMA and GSM/EDGE) can be installed simultaneously. Input signals can be selected from either RF or I/Q inputs. For I/Q signals,
balanced or unbalanced input can also be selected.
It is equipped with GPIB, RS-232C and 10 Base-T (optional) interfaces for remote measurement. High-speed GPIB data transmission
of 120 kbyte/s enables high-speed measurement on the manufacturing line. The monitor uses an easy-to-see 6.5 type TFT color LCD.
MX860901B W-CDMA Measurement Software
• Parameter setup
The measurement parameters such as modulation accuracy and
code domain power are set on the screen shown below.
Measurement are simply performed via a soft-key menu after setting
the measurement parameters.
• Base station code domain power
Only 3 seconds are required for measurement. Either automatic detection of scrambling code from SCH, or specification of scrambling
code can be selected.
• Modulation accuracy measurement
The modulation accuracy of base station and mobile equipment can
be measured and modulation analysis of multiple waveforms can be
performed. The residual vector error (rms) accuracy is high (1%,
typical).
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• Mobile terminal code domain power
Displays the code domain power measurement results of phase I
and phase Q, separately. Either synchronization with DPCCH or
specification of spreading factor and code can be selected.
MX860902A GSM Measurement Software
• Parameter setup
The measurement parameters such as GMSK modulation of GSM
and 8PSK modulation of EDGE are set on the screen shown below.
Measurement are simply performed via a soft-key menu after setting
the measurement parameters.
• Modulation accuracy measurement
The modulation accuracy is high. (The residual phase error of GMSK
modulation: rms, < 0.5° and residual EVM of 8PSK modulation: rms,
< 1.0%)
• Transmitter power measurement
The screen displays the amplitude waveforms with horizontal axis a
symbol, vertical axis a level and the template simultaneously.
• I/Q level measurement
Measures and displays each I and Q input voltage (rms, p-p value).
dBmV or mV units are selectable.
• Spectrum analyzer function
This analyzer has a wide dynamic range and various useful measurement functions.
• Power meter function
The built-in power meter uses the amorphous power sensor and the
measurement accuracy is very high (±0.4 dB).
• Trellis display function
The screen displays the trellis and the modulation accuracy result simultaneously.
• Output RF spectrum measurement
The output RF spectrum measurement can be performed at high
speed and simply.
• Spurious measurement
Spurious measurement has three kinds of method: Sweep, Search,
and Spot. These can be selected depending on the usage.
• EDGE constellation display
The following screen represents constellation display through the filter of the EDGE constellation display of the GSM standard. And the
screen represents constellation display of the 8PSK modulation
through Nyquist filter and Gaussian inverse correction filter.
• Demodulation data monitoring
After de-spreading, up to 10 frames of I/Q data can be evaluated with
external application software. (Sample soft-ware can be provided.)
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Specifications
• MS8609A
Frequency range
9 kHz to 13.2 GHz
Max. input level
+20 dBm (100 mW), continuous average power
Input impedance
Power meter
50 Ω, VSWR: ≤1.3 (30 MHz to 3 GHz)
Except power meter
50 Ω, VSWR: ≤1.5 (input attenuator: ≥4 dB, ≤3 GHz) / ≤2.3 (input attenuator: ≥10 dB, >3 GHz)
Input connector
N-type
Reference oscillator
Frequency: 10 MHz
Starting characteristics: ≤5 x 10 –8/day (after 10 minute warm-up, compared to frequency after 24 hour warm-up)
Aging rate: ≤2 x 10 –8/day, ≤1 x 10 –7/ year (compared to frequency after 24 hour warm-up)
Temperature characteristics: ±5 x 10 –8 (0˚ to 50˚C, compared to frequency at 25˚C)
Power meter
Frequency range: 30 MHz to 3 GHz
Level range: –20 to +20 dBm
Measurement accuracy (after zero calibration): ±10%
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Frequency
Frequency setting
Setting range: 9 kHz to 13.2 GHz, Pre-selector range: 3.15 to 13.2 GHz (Band 1 and 2)
Frequency accuracy
Accuracy: ± (display frequency x reference frequency accuracy + span x span accuracy + resolution bandwidth x 0.15 +
10 x N Hz)
Normal marker: Same as display frequency accuracy
Delta marker: Same as span accuracy
Frequency span setting range: 0 Hz, 5 kHz to 13.2 GHz
Span accuracy: ±1.0% (at single band sweep, number of data points: 1001)
RBW (resolution bandwidth)
Setting range: 300 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence), 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 20 MHz (Band 0)
Accuracy: ±20% (300 Hz to 10 MHz), ±40% (20 MHz)
Selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB): ≤15:1
VBW (video bandwidth): 1 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence), off
Sideband noise: ≤–108 dBc/Hz (1 GHz, 10 kHz offset), ≤–120 dBc/Hz (1 GHz, 100 kHz offset)
Amplitude
Maximum input level
Continuous average power: +20 dBm, DC voltage: 0 V
Average noise level (RBW: 300 Hz, VBW: 1 Hz):
[Without Option 08]
≤–124 dBm + 1.5 x f [GHz] dB (1 MHz to 2.5 GHz, Band 0)
≤–120 dBm + 1.5 x f [GHz] dB (2.5 to 3.2 GHz, Band 0)
≤–116 dBm (3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1)
≤–107 dBm (7.7 to 13.2 GHz, Band 2)
[With Option 08]
≤–122 dBm + 1.8 x f [GHz] dB (1 MHz to 2.5 GHz, Band 0)
≤–120 dBm + 1.8 x f [GHz] dB (2.5 to 3.2 GHz, Band 0)
≤–116 dBm (3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1)
≤–107 dBm (7.7 to 13.2 GHz, Band 2)
Residual response: ≤–100 dBm (1 MHz to 3.2 GHz, Band 0), ≤–90 dBm (3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1)
Reference level
Setting range: –100 to +30 dBm
Accuracy:
±0.75 dB (+0.1 to 20 dBm), ±0.5 dB (–49.9 to 0 dBm), ±0.75 dB (–69.9 to –50 dBm), ±1.5 dB (–80 to –70 dBm)
∗After calibration, frequency: 50 MHz, span: 1 MHz (Input attenuator, RBW, VBW and sweep time are set to AUTO.)
Input attenuator: 0 to 62 dB (2 dB steps)
Frequency response:
±0.6 dB (9 kHz to 3.2 GHz, Band 0), ±1.5 dB (3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1∗1), ±2.0 dB (7.7 to 13.2 GHz, Band 2∗1)
Log linearity:
±0.4 dB (0 to –20 dB, RBW: ≤1 kHz), ±1.0 dB (0 to –90 dB, RBW: ≤1 kHz)
2nd harmonic distortion:
≤–60 dBc (10 to 200 MHz), ≤–75 dBc (200 to 850 MHz, Band 0), ≤–70 dBc (0.85 to 1.6 GHz, Band 0),
≤–90 dBc (1.6 to 6.6 GHz, Band 1 and 2)
Two-tone 3rd order distortion:
≤–70 dBc (10 to 100 MHz), ≤–85 dBc (0.1 to 3.2 GHz), ≤–80 dBc (3.15 to 7.8 GHz), ≤–75 dBc (7.7 to 13.2 GHz)
∗Frequency difference of two signals: ≥50 kHz, mixer input: –30 dBm
1 dB gain compression: ≥0 dBm (≥100 MHz), ≥+3 dBm (≥500 MHz, Band 0), ≥–3 dBm (≥3150 MHz, Band 1 and 2)
Sweep
Setting range: 10 ms to 1000 s (frequency axis sweep), 1 µs to 1000 s (time axis sweep)
Trigger switch: Free-run, triggered
Trigger source: Wide IF video, Line, External (TTL level), External (±10 V)
Trigger delay
Pre-trigger range: –time span to 0 s
Resolution: time span/500 or 100 ns whichever is larger.
Post trigger: 0 µs to 65.5 ms
Resolution: 100 ns (sweep time: ≤4.9 ms), 1 µs (sweep time: ≥5 ms)
Gate sweep mode
Gate delay range: 0 to 65.5 ms (resolution: 1 µs), Gate length range: 2 µs to 65.5 ms (resolution: 1 µs)
Spectrum
analyzer
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Spectrum
analyzer
Functions
Number of data points: 501, 1001
Detection modes: Normal, Positive peak, Negative peak, Sample, Average, rms (Option 04)
Display functions: Trace A, Trace B, Trace A/B, Trace A/BG, Trace A/Time
Storage functions: Normal, View, Max hold, Min hold, Average, Linear average, Cumulative, Overwrite
Markers
Signal search: Auto tune, Peak → CF, Peak → Ref, Scroll
Zone markers: Normal, Delta
Marker function: 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.
Measurements
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Noise power: dBm/Hz, dBm/ch, dBµ√Hz
C/N: dBc/Hz, dBc/ch
Occupied bandwidth: Power N% method, X-dB down method
Adjacent channel power
Reference measurement: Total power, reference level, in-band method
Display methods: Channel specified display (3 channels x 2), graphic display
Average power of burst signal: Average power within specified time range of time domain waveform
Template comparison measurement (time sweep): Upper limit x 2, lower limit x 2
Mask measurement (frequency sweep): Upper limit x 2, lower limit x 2
Others
Display: Color TFT-LCD, VGA 6.5 type
Hard copy: Hard copy of screen via parallel interface (ESC/P compatible printer)
Memory card interface: ATA flash card (3.3/5V)
GPIB:
Can be controlled from external controller (except power switch) when specified as device
Interface functions: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C0, E2
Parallel interface: Centronics printer I/F, D-sub 25-pin connector (female)
Video output: Analog RGB output, D-sub 15-pin connector (female)
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 177 (H) x 411 (D) mm (except handle, feet, front cover and fan cover), ≤16 kg (nominal)
Power
100 to 120/200 to 240 Vac (–15/+10%, max. voltage: 250 V, automatic voltage selection), 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤400 VA
Operating temperature
and humidity
0˚ to 50˚C, ≤85% (no condensation)
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN61010-1: 1993/A2: 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
∗1: Reference frequency: 50 MHz, input attenuator: 10 dB, 18˚ to 28˚C
• MX860901B W-CDMA Measurement Software
Guaranteed specifications after Adjust Range and Power Calibration keys pressed
Modulation/frequency
measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz, 50 MHz to 2.3 GHz (Option 08)
Input level: –60 to +20 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: off), –80 to +10 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: on ∗1)
Carrier frequency accuracy: ±(reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz)
∗Input level: ≥–30 dBm (pre-amplifier: off), ≥–40 dBm (pre-amplifier: on ∗1),1 code channel
Modulation accuracy (residual vector error): <2% (rms)
∗Input level: ≥–30 dBm (pre-amplifier: off), ≥–40 dBm (pre-amplifier: on ∗1), 1 code channel
Origin offset accuracy: ±0.5 dB
∗Input level: ≥–30 dBm (pre-amplifier: off), ≥–40 dBm (pre-amplifier: on ∗1), 1 code channel, relative to signal with origin
offset of –30 dBc
Waveform display (for one-channel to multi-channel)
Constellation display, vector error vs. chip, phase error vs. chip, amplitude error vs. chip
Code domain analysis
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz, 50 MHz to 2.3 GHz (Option 08)
Input level: –60 to +20 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: off), –80 to +10 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: on ∗1)
Code domain power accuracy:
±0.1 dB (code power: ≥–10 dBc), ±0.3 dB (code power: ≥–25 dBc)
∗Input level: ≥–10 dBm (pre-amplifier: off), ≥–20 dBm (pre-amplifier: on ∗1)
Code domain error
Residual error: <–50 dB
Accuracy: ±0.5 dB (error: relative to signal with origin offset of –30 dBc)
∗Input level: ≥–10 dBm (pre-amplifier: off); ≥–20 dBm (pre-amplifier: on ∗1), spread factor: 512 (down-link)/256 (up-link)
Display
Function: Code domain power, code domain error
Spread factor: 4 to 256 (up-link)/4 to 512 (down-link), spread factor auto detection function, I/Q separately at up-link
Amplitude measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz, 50 MHz to 2.3 GHz (Option 08)
Input level: –60 to +20 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: off), –80 to +10 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: on ∗1)
Transmitter power measurement
Measurement range: –20 to +20 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: off), –20 to +10 dBm
(average power, pre-amplifier: on ∗1) ∗Auto calibrated at internal power meter
Accuracy: ±0.4%
Power measurement linearity:
±0.2 dB (0 to –40 dB) ∗Input level: ≥–10 dBm (pre-amplifier: off); ≥–20 dBm (pre-amplifier: on ∗1), after the range adjusted,
with the reference level setting unchanged
Filter selection function: Power measurement through RRC (α= 0.22) filter
Transmitter power control measurement function: Relative power per slot, NO/GO evaluation
Occupied bandwidth
measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz
Input level: –60 to +20 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: off), –80 to +10 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: on ∗1)
Measurement method
Sweep method: Displays result after signal measured with sweep spectrum analyzer
FFT method: Displays result after FFT
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Adjacent channel
power measurement
Spurious measurement
I/Q signal
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz, 50 MHz to 2.3 GHz (Option 08)
Input level: –10 to +20 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: off)
Measurement method
Sweep method (all): Calculates and displays result after signal measured with sweep spectrum analyzer
Sweep method (separate): Calculates and displays power after each adjacent channel measured with sweep spectrum analyzer
Filter method: Measures and displays power of adjacent channels after passing via built-in receiving filters (RRC: α = 0.22)
Measurement range
Input level: ≥0 dBm (filter method, wide dynamic range mode)
Code channel (1 code): ≥55 dBc (5 MHz offset), ≥62 dBc (10 MHz offset)
Code channel (16 multi-code): ≥50 dBc (5 MHz offset), ≥60 dBc (10 MHz offset, without Option 08)
Input level: ≥–10 dBm (filter method, wide dynamic range mode)
Code channel (1 code): 55 dBc (5 MHz offset, typical), 62 dBc (10 MHz offset, typical)
Code channel (16 multi-code): 50 dBc (5 MHz offset, typical), 60 dBc (10 MHz offset, typical)
Measurement frequency: 9 kHz to 12.75 GHz (except within carrier frequency ±50 MHz)
Input level (transmitter power): 0 to +20 dBm (average power, pre-amplifier: off)
Measurement method
Sweep method:
Sweeps the specified range of frequency using the spectrum analyzer, and then detects and displays the peak value.
Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power rate. Waveform detection mode: average
Spot method:
Measures the specified frequency with time domain from the spectrum analyzer and then displays the average value.
Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power rate. Waveform detection mode: average
Search method:
Sweeps the specified frequency range using the spectrum analyzer to detect the peak value, then measures the frequency
using the time domain to display the average value. Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power
rate. Waveform detection mode: average
Measurement range∗2:
≥79 dB (RBW: 1 kHz, 9 to 150 kHz, Band 0)
≥79 dB (RBW: 10 kHz, 150 kHz to 30 MHz, Band 0)
≥79 dB (RBW: 100 kHz, 30 to 1000 MHz, Band 0)
≥76 –f [GHz] dB (RBW: 1 MHz, 1 to 3.15 GHz, Band 0)
≥76 dB (RBW: 1 MHz, 3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1)
∗Carrier frequency: 1.8 to 2.2 GHz
Input: Balanced, unbalanced
Input impedance: 1 MΩ (parallel capacity: <100 pF), 50 Ω
Balanced input
Differential voltage: 0.1 to 1 V (p-p), In-phase voltage: ±2.5 V
Unbalanced input: 0.1 to 1 V (p-p), AC/DC switchable
Measurement items:
Modulation accuracy, code domain power, amplitude, occupied bandwidth (FFT method), I/Q level
Residual vector error: <2% (rms) ∗Input level: ≥0.1 V (rms), DC coupling
I/Q level measurement: Measures and displays each I, Q input voltage (rms, p-p)
I/Q phase difference measurement:
When the CW signal is inputted to I and Q input terminals, measures and displays the phase difference between I- and
Q-phase signals.
∗1: Can be set when MS8609A-08 option is installed in the main unit.
∗2: When carrier frequency is in a 2030.354 to 2200 MHz range, spurious will be generated at the frequency below.
f (spurious) = f (input) –2030.345 MHz
• MX860902A GSM Measurement Software
Guaranteed specifications after Adjust Range and Power Calibration keys pressed
Modulation/frequency
measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 2.7 GHz
Input level:
–40 to +20 dBm (burst average power, pre-amplifier: off), –60 to +10 dBm (burst average power, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Carrier frequency accuracy: ± (reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz)
∗Input level (burst average power): ≥–30 dBm (pre-amplifier: off), ≥–40 dBm (pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Residual phase error (GMSK modulation): <0.5 deg (rms), <2.0 deg (peak)
∗Input level (burst average power): ≥–30 dBm (pre-amplifier: off), ≥–40 dBm (pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Residual EVM (8PSK modulation): <1% (rms)
Waveform display:
Trellis (GMSK modulation), eye pattern, EVM vs. bit (8PSK modulation), phase vs. bit, amplitude vs. bit, I/Q diagram
Amplitude measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 2.7 GHz
Input level: –40 to +20 dBm (burst average power, pre-amplifier: off), –60 to +10 dBm (burst average power, pre-amplifier: on ∗1)
Transmitter power measurement (auto calibrated at internal power meter)
Measurement range: –10 to +20 dBm (burst average power), –10 to +10 dBm (burst average power, pre-amplifier: on ∗1)
Accuracy: ±0.4 dB
Power measurement linearity:
±0.2 dB (0 to –30 dBm) ∗Input level (burst average power): ≥–10 dBm (pre-amplifier: off); ≥–20 dBm (pre-amplifier: on ∗1),
without changing the reference level setting after range optimization
Carrier-off power measurement range
Input level (burst average power): ≥–10 dBm (pre-amplifier: off), ≥–20 dBm (pre-amplifier: on ∗1)
Normal mode: ≥60 dB (compared with burst average power)
Wide dynamic range mode: ≥80 dB (compared with 10 mW of burst average power)
∗Measurement limit is decided by average nose level (≤–70 dBm, 50 MHz to 2.7 GHz).
Rise/fall characteristics:
Display rising/falling edges while synchronizing to modulation data of signal data to be measured. Standard line display
possible (measured by 1 MHz bandwidth). NO/GO judgment function
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Output RF spectrum
measurement
Frequency range: 100 MHz to 2.7 GHz
Input level:
–10 to +20 dBm (burst average power, pre-amplifier: off), –20 to +10 dBm (burst average power, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Modulation portion measurement range: ≥60 dB (≥200 kHz offset), ≥68 dB (≥250 kHz offset)
∗CW signal, RBW: 30 kHz (<1.8 MHz offset), RBW: 100 kHz (≤1.8 MHz offset)
Transient portion measurement range: ≥63 dB (CW, ≥400 kHz offset)
Spurious measurement
Measurement frequency: 100 kHz to 12.75 GHz (except within carrier frequency ±50 MHz)
Input level (transmitter power): 0 to +20 dBm (burst average power, pre-amplifier: off)
Measurement method
Sweep method:
Sweeps the specified range of frequency using the spectrum analyzer, and then detects and displays the peak value.
Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power rate. Waveform detection mode: average
Spot method:
Measures the specified frequency with time domain from the spectrum analyzer and then displays the average value.
Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power rate. Waveform detection mode: average
Search method:
Sweeps the specified frequency range using the spectrum analyzer to detect the peak value, then measures the frequency
using the time domain to display the average value. Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as
power rate. Waveform detection mode: average
Measurement range:
≥72 dB (RBW: 10 kHz, 100 kHz to 50 MHz, Band 0)
≥72 dB (RBW: 100 kHz, 50 to 500 MHz, Band 0)
≥66 –f [GHz] dB (RBW: 3 MHz, 0.5 to 3.15 GHz, Band 0, except harmonic frequency)
≥66 dB (RBW: 3 MHz, 3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1)
∗Carrier frequency: 0.8 to 1 GHz, 1.8 to 2 GHz
I/Q signal
Input: Balanced, unbalanced
Input impedance: 1 MΩ (parallel capacity: <100 pF), 50 Ω
Balanced input
Differential voltage: 0.1 to 1 V (p-p), In-phase voltage: ±2.5 V
Unbalanced input: 0.1 to 1 V (p-p), AC/DC switchable
Measurement items: Modulation accuracy, I/Q level
Modulation accuracy
Residual phase error: <0.5 deg (rms), DC coupling
Residual EVM: <1.0% (rms), DC coupling
∗Input level: ≥0.1 V (rms), 18˚ to 28˚C
I/Q level measurement: Measures and displays each I, Q input voltage (rms, p-p)
I/Q phase difference measurement:
When the CW signal is inputted to I and Q input terminals, measures and displays the phase difference between I- and
Q-phase signals.
∗1: Can be set when MS8609A-08 option is installed in the main unit.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
Model/Order No.
MS8609A
Main frame
Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester
J0996
JT32MA3-NT1
F0014
J0576B
MX268001A
W1709AE
W1744AE
W1745AE
Standard accessories
Power cord, 2.6 m:
RS-232C cable:
PC-ATA card (32 MB):
Fuse, 6.3 A:
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m:
File Transfer Utility:
MS8608A/8609A operation manual (Vol. 1):
MS8608A/8609A operation manual (Vol. 2):
MS8608A/8609A operation manual (Vol. 3):
MS8609A-01
MS8609A-04
MS8609A-05
MS8609A-08
MS8609A-09
MS8609A-35
MS8609A-46
MS8609A-47
MS8609A-48
Options
Precision frequency reference (aging rate: 5 x 10–10/day)
Digital resolution bandwidth
Rubidium reference oscillator
Pre-amplifier
Ethernet interface
7.9 GHz frequency extension
Auto-power recovery
Rack mount without handle (JIS)
Rack mount without handle (IEC)
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Name
MX860901B
MX860902A
W1746AE
W1795AE
Measurement software
W-CDMA Measurement Software
GSM Measurement Software
MX860801B/860901B operation manual
MX860802A/860902A operation manual
J0576D
J0127C
J0127A
J0007
J0008
MA1612A
J0395
B0472
B0452A
B0452B
B0329G
B0488
Optional accessories
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 2 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 0.5 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Four-Point Junction Pad (5 to 3000 MHz)
High-power fixed attenuator (30 dB, 30 W, DC to 8 GHz)
High-power fixed attenuator (30 dB, 100 W, DC to 18 GHz)
Hard carrying case (with casters)
Hard carrying case (without casters)
Front cover (3/4 MW4U)
Rear panel protective pad
MS8609A-90
MS8609A-91
Maintenance service
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 5 years
DIGITAL MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO TRANSMITTER TESTER
MS8608A
9 kHz to 7.8 GHz
Transmitter Tester for W-CDMA 3GPP Specification
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GPIB
The MS8608A is a transmitter tester equipped with an internal spectrum analyzer, a modulation analyzer and a power meter. One tester
covers the development to manufacturing of base stations, mobile
stations and devices.
The spectrum analyzer has resolution bandwidths up to 20 MHz,
meaning that it can readily support measurement of a 2 Mbit/s (16
Mcps) wide-band signal for IMT-2000.
The modulation analyzer realizes all Vector Signal Analysis (VSA)
functions through high-speed DSP processing.
The power sensor can perform highly accurate power measurements
of ±0.4 dB by using an amorphous power sensor.
Up to three dedicated measurement software options (such as WCDMA and GSM/EDGE) can be installed simultaneously.
Input signals can be selected from either RF or I/Q inputs. For I/Q
signals, balanced or unbalanced input can also be selected.
It is equipped with GPIB, RS-232C and 10 Base-T (optional) interfaces for remote measurement. High-speed GPIB data transmission
of 120 kbyte/s enables high-speed measurement on the manufacturing line. The monitor uses an easy-to-see 6.5 type TFT color LCD.
MX860801B W-CDMA Measurement Software
• Parameter setup
The measurement parameters such as modulation accuracy and
code domain power, etc. are set on the screen shown below.
Measurement are simply performed via a soft-key menu after setting
the measurement parameters.
Feature
• Broadband signal support (up to IMT-2000 2 Mbit/s)
• Base station code domain power
Only 3 seconds are required for measurement. Either automatic detection of scrambling code from SCH, or specification of scrambling
code can be selected.
• Modulation accuracy measurement
The modulation accuracy of base station and mobile equipment can
be measured and modulation analysis of multiple waveforms can be
performed. The residual EVM (rms) accuracy is high (1%, typical).
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• Mobile terminal code domain power
• Modulation accuracy measurement
Displays the code domain power measurement results of phase I
and phase Q, separately. Either synchronization with DPCCH or
specification of spreading factor and code can be selected.
The modulation accuracy is high. (The residual phase error of GMSK
modulation: rms, <0.5° and residual EVM of 8PSK modulation: rms,
<1.0%)
• Transmitter power measurement
The screen displays the amplitude waveforms with horizontal axis a
symbol, vertical axis a level and the template simultaneously.
• Power meter function
The built-in power meter uses the amorphous power sensor and the
measurement accuracy is very high (±0.4 dB).
• Trellis display function
The screen displays the trellis and the modulation accuracy result simultaneously.
• Output RF spectrum measurement
The output RF spectrum measurement can be performed at high
speed and simply.
• Spurious measurement
Spurious measurement has three kinds of method: Sweep, Search,
and Spot. These can be selected depending on the usage.
• EDGE constellation display
The following screen represents constellation display of the 8PSK
modulation through Nyquist filter and Gaussian inverse correction filter.
• Demodulation data monitoring
After de-spreading, up to 10 frames of I/Q data can be evaluated with
external application software (Sample software can be provided).
MX860802A GSM Measurement Software
• Parameter setup
The measurement parameters such as GMSK modulation of GSM
and 8PSK modulation of EDGE are set on the screen.
Measurement are simply performed via a soft-key menu after setting
the measurement parameters.
Specifications
• MS8608A
Frequency range
9 kHz to 7.8 GHz, 9 kHz to 7.9 GHz (with option 35)
Max. input level
High-power input: +40 dBm (10 W), Low-power input: +20 dBm (100 mW)
Input impedance
High-power input
50 Ω, VSWR: ≤1.2 (≤3 GHz)/≤1.3 (>3 GHz)
Low-power input
Power meter: 50 Ω, VSWR: ≤1.3 (≤3 GHz)
Except power meter: 50 Ω, VSWR: ≤1.5 (≤3 GHz)/≤2.0 (>3 GHz) ∗Input attenuator: ≥4 dB
Input connector
N-type (high-power input), SMA-type (low-power input), BNC-type (I/Q input)
I/Q input
Input: Balanced, unbalanced
Input impedance: 1MΩ (parallel capacitance: <100 pF), 50 Ω
Balanced input
Differential Voltage: 0.1 to 1V(p-p), In-phase voltage ±2.5 V
Unbalanced input: 0.1 to 1V(p-p), AC/DC switchable
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Reference oscillator
Frequency: 10 MHz
Starting characteristics: ≤5 x 10–8 (compared to frequency after 24 hour warm-up characteristics after 10 minute warm-up)
Aging rate: ≤2 x 10–8/day, ≤1 x 10–7/year (compared to frequency after 24 hour warm-up)
Temperature characteristics: ≤5 x 10–8/day (0˚ to 50˚C, compared to frequency at 25˚C)
Power meter
Frequency range: 30 MHz to 3 GHz
Level range: 0 to +40 dBm (high-power input), –20 to +20 dBm (low-power input)
Measurement accuracy (after zero calibration): ±10%
Spectrum analyzer
Frequency
Amplitude
Frequency setting
Setting range: 9 kHz to 3.2 GHz (Band: 0), 3.15 to 7.8 GHz (Band: 1) ∗Setting resolution: 1 Hz
Pre-selector range: 3.15 to 7.8 GHz (Band: 1)
Frequency accuracy
Display accuracy: ± (display frequency x reference frequency accuracy + span x span accuracy + resolution bandwidth x 0.15 + 10 Hz)
Normal marker: Same as display frequency accuracy
Delta marker: Same as span accuracy
Frequency span setting range: 0 Hz, 5 kHz to 7.8 GHz
Span accuracy: ±1.0% (at single band sweep)
RBW (resolution bandwidth)
Setting range: 300 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence), 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 20 MHz (Band 0)
Accuracy: ±20% (300 Hz to 10 MHz)
Selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB): ≤15:1
VBW (video bandwidth): 1 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence), off
Sideband noise: ≤–108 dBc/Hz (1 GHz, 10 kHz offset), ≤–120 dBc/Hz (1 GHz, 100 kHz offset)
Maximum input level
Continuous average power: +40 dBm (high-power input), +20 dBm (low-power input)
DC voltage: 0 V
Average noise level (at RBW: 300 Hz, VBW: 10 Hz):
[Without Option 08]
≤–104 dBm + 1.5 f [GHz] dB (high-power input, 1 MHz to 2.5 GHz, Band 0, input attenuator: 20 dB)
≤–100 dBm + 1.5 f [GHz] dB (high-power input, 2.5 to 3.2 GHz, Band 0, input attenuator: 20 dB)
≤–100 dBm + 0.8 f [GHz] dB (high-power input, 3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1, input attenuator: 20 dB)
[With Option 08]
≤–102 dBm + 1.8 f [GHz] dB (high-power input, 1 MHz to 2.5 GHz, Band 0, input attenuator: 20 dB)
≤–100 dBm + 1.8 f [GHz] dB (high-power input, 2.5 to 3.2 GHz, Band 0, input attenuator: 20 dB)
≤–100 dBm + 0.8 f [GHz] dB (high-power input, 3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1, input attenuator: 20 dB)
[Without Option 08]
≤–124 dBm + 1.5 f [GHz] dB (low-power input, 1 MHz to 2.5 GHz, Band 0, input attenuator: 0 dB)
≤–120 dBm + 1.5 f [GHz] dB (low-power input, 2.5 to 3.2 GHz, Band 0, input attenuator: 0 dB)
≤–120 dBm + 0.8 f [GHz] dB (low-power input, 3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1, input attenuator: 0 dB)
[With Option 08]
≤–122 dBm + 1.8 [GHz] dB (low-power input, 1 MHz to 2.5 GHz, Band 0, input attenuator: 0 dB)
≤–120 dBm + 1.8 f [GHz] dB (low-power input, 2.5 to 3.2 GHz, Band 0, input attenuator: 0 dB)
≤–120 dBm + 0.8 f [GHz] dB (low-power input, 3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1, input attenuator: 0 dB)
Residual response:
≤–80 dBm (high-power input, 1 MHz to 3.2 GHz, input attenuator: 20 dB)
≤–70 dBm (high-power input, 3.15 to 7.8 GHz, input attenuator: 20 dB)
≤–100 dBm (low-power input, 1 MHz to 3.2 GHz, input attenuator: 0 dB)
≤–90 dBm (low-power input, 3.15 to 7.8 GHz, input attenuator: 0 dB)
Reference level
Setting range: –80 to +50 dBm (high-power input), –100 to +30 dBm (low-power input)
Accuracy (high-power input, after calibration):
±0.5 dB (–29.9 to +20 dBm), ±0.75 dB (–49.9 to –30 dBm, +20.1 to +40 dBm), ±1.5 dB (–60 to –50 dBm)
Accuracy (low-power input, after calibration):
±0.5 dB (–49.9 to +0 dBm), ±0.75 dB (–69.9 to –50 dBm, +0.1 to +20 dBm), ±1.5 dB (–80 to –70 dBm)
∗Frequency: 50 MHz, span: 1 MHz (Input attenuator, RBW, VBW and sweep time are set to AUTO.)
RBW switching uncertainty: ±0.3 dB (300 Hz to 5 MHz, referenced to RBW: 3 kHz)
Input attenuator: 20 to 82 dB (high-power input), 0 to 62 dB (low-power input), 2 dB steps
Frequency response: ±0.6 dB (9 kHz to 3.2 GHz, Band 0), ±1.0 dB (3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1)
∗Referenced to 50 MHz, input attenuator: 30 dB (high power input)/10 dB (low power input), 18˚ to 28˚C
Log linearity: ±0.5 dB (0 to –20 dB, RBW: ≤1 kHz), ±1.0 dB (0 to –90 dB, RBW: ≤1 kHz)
2nd harmonic distortion:
≤–60 dBc (10 to 200 MHz, Band 0, mixer input: –30 dBm)
≤–75 dBc (200 to 850 MHz, Band 0, mixer input: –30 dBm)
≤–70 dBc (0.85 to 1.6 GHz, Band 0, mixer input: –30 dBm)
≤–90 dBc (1.6 to 3.9 GHz, Band 1, mixer input: –10 dBm)
Two tone 3rd order intermodulation distortion: ≤–70 dBc (10 to 100 MHz), ≤–85 dBc (0.1 to 7.8 GHz)
∗Frequency difference of two signals: ≥50 kHz, mixer input: –30 dBm
1 dB gain compression: ≥0 dBm (≥100 MHz), ≥+3 dBm (≥500 MHz)
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Functions
Number of data points: 501
Detection modes: Normal, Positive peak, Negative peak, Sample, Average, rms (option 04)
Display functions: Trace A, Trace B, Trace A/B, Trace A/BG, Trace A/Time
Storage functions: Normal, View, Max hold, Min hold, Average, Cumulative, Overwrite
Markers
Signal search: Auto tune, Peak → CF, Peak → Ref, Scroll
Zone markers: Normal, Delta
Marker function: 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.
Measurements
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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 power
Reference measurement: Total power, reference level, in-band method
Display methods: Channel specified display (3 channels x 2), graphic display
Average power of burst signal: Average power within specified time range of time domain waveform
Template comparison measurement (time sweep): Upper limit x 2, lower limit x 2
Mask measurement (frequency sweep): Upper limit x 2, lower limit x 2
Spectrum analyzer
Sweep
Setting range: 10 ms to 1000 s (frequency axis sweep), 1 µs to 1000 s (time axis sweep)
Trigger switch: Free-run, triggered
Trigger source: Wide IF video, video, external (TTL level), external (±10 V), line
Trigger delay
Pre-trigger range: –time span to 0 s
Resolution: time span/500 or 100 ns whichever is lager.
Post trigger: 0 µs to 65.5 ms, Resolution: 100 ns (sweep time: ≤4.9 ms), 1 µs (sweep time: ≥5 ms)
Gate sweep mode
Gate delay range: 0 to 65.5 ms (resolution: 1 µs)
Gate length range: 2 µs to 65.5 ms (resolution: 1 µs)
Others
Display: Color TFT-LCD, VGA 6.5 type
Hard copy: Hard copy of screen via parallel interface (ESC/P compatible printer)
Memory card interface: ATA Flash card (3.3/5 V)
GPIB:
Can be controlled from external controller (except power switch) when specified as device
Interface functions: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C0, E2
Parallel interface: Centronics printer I/F, D-sub 25-pin connector (female)
Video output: Analog RGB output, D-sub 15-pin connector (female)
Dimensions and mass
320 (W) x 177 (H) x 411 (D) mm (except handle, feet, front cover and fan cover), ≤16 kg (nominal)
Power
100 to 120/200 to 240 Vac (–15%/+10%, max. voltage: 250 V, automatic voltage selection), 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤400 VA
Operating temperature
and humidity
0˚ to 50˚C, ≤85% (no condensating)
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class A), EN61326 (1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN61010-1: 1993/A2: 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
• MX860801B W-CDMA measurement software
Guaranteed specifications after Adjust Range and Power Calibration keys pressed
Modulation/frequency
measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz, 50 MHz to 2.3 GHz (with option 08)
Input level: –40 to +40 dBm (average power, high-power input), –60 to +20 dBm (average power, low-power input),
–80 to +10 dBm (average power, low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Carrier frequency accuracy: ± (reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz)
∗Input level: ≥–10 dBm (high-power input), ≥–30 dBm (low-power input), ≥–40 dBm (low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1),
at 1 code channel
Modulation accuracy (residual EVM): <2% (rms)
∗Input level: ≥–10 dBm (high-power input), ≥–30 dBm (low-power input), ≥–40 dBm (low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1),
at 1 code channel
Origin offset accuracy: ±0.5 dB
∗Input level: ≥–10 dBm (high-power input), ≥–30 dBm (low-power input), at 1 code channel, relative to signal with origin offset of
–30 dBc
Waveform display (for 1 CH to multi-channel)
Constellation display, EVM vs. chip, amplitude error vs. chip, phase error vs. chip
Code domain analysis
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz, 50 MHz to 2.3 GHz (with option 08)
Input level: –40 to +40 dBm (average power, high-power input), –60 to +20 dBm (average power, low-power input),
–80 to +10 dBm (average power, low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Code domain power measurement accuracy:
±0.1 dB (code power: ≥–10 dBc), ±0.3 dB (code power: ≥–25 dBc)
∗Input level: ≥+10 dBm (high-power input), ≥–10 dBm (low-power input), ≥–20 dBm (pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Code domain error measurement
Residual error: <–50 dB, Measurement accuracy: ±0.5 dB (at error of –30 dBc)
∗Input level: ≥+10 dBm (high-power input), ≥–10 dBm (low-power input), ≥–20 dBm (pre-amplifier: on∗1),
spread factor: 512 (down-link)/256 (up-link)
Display function: Code domain power, code domain error
Spread factor: 4 to 256 (up-link)/4 to 512 (down-link), I/Q separately displayed at up-link
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Amplitude
measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz, 50 MHz to 2.3 GHz (with option 08)
Input level: –40 to +40 dBm (average power, high-power input), –60 to +20 dBm (average power, low-power input),
–80 to +10 dBm (average power, low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Transmitter power measurement
Measurement range: 0 to +40 dBm (average power, high-power input), –20 to +20 dBm (average power, low-power input),
–20 to + 10 dBm (average power, low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Accuracy: ±0.4 dB (calibrated at internal power meter)
Power measurement linearity: ±0.2 dB (0 to –40 dB)
∗Input level: ≥+10 dBm (high-power input), ≥–10 dBm (low-power input), ≥–20 dBm (pre-amplifier: on∗1) , after the range
adjusted, with the reference level setting unchanged
Filter selection function: Power measurement through RRC (α = 0.22) filter
Transmitter power control measurement function: Relative power per slot, NO/GO evaluation
Occupied bandwidth
measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz
Input level: –40 to +40 dBm (average power, high-power input), –60 to +20 dBm (average power, low-power input),
–80 to +10 dBm (average power, low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Sweep mode: Displays result after signal measured with sweep spectrum analyzer
FFT mode: Displays result after FFT
Adjacent channel
power measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz, 50 MHz to 2.3 GHz (with option 08)
Input level: +10 to +40 dBm (average power, high-power input), –10 to +20 dBm (average power, low-power input)
Sweep method (all): Calculates and displays result after signal measured with sweep spectrum analyzer
Sweep method (separate): Calculates and displays power after each adjacent channel measured with sweep spectrum analyzer
Filter method: Measures and displays power of adjacent channels after passing via built-in receiving filters (RRC: α = 0.22)
Measurement range
Input level: +20 to +40 dBm (high-power input), 0 to +20 dBm (low-power input)
≥55 dBc (5 MHz offset), ≥62 dBc (10 MHz offset)
∗Filter method, wide dynamic range mode, 1 code channel
≥50 dBc (5 MHz offset), ≥60 dBc (10 MHz offset) ∗At 16 multi-code channel
Input level: +10 to +40 dBm (high-power input), –10 to +20 dBm (low-power input)
55 dBc (5 MHz offset), 62 dBc (10 MHz offset)
∗Filter method, wide dynamic range mode, 1 code channel (typical)
50 dBc (5 MHz offset), 60 dBc (10 MHz offset) ∗At 16 multi-code channel (typical)
Spurious
measurement
Measurement frequency: 9 kHz to 7.8 GHz (except within carrier frequency ±50 MHz)
Input level (transmitter power):
+20 to +40 dBm (average power, high-power input), 0 to +20 dBm (average power, low-power input)
Measurement method
[Sweep method]
Sweeps the specified range of frequency using the spectrum analyzer, and then detects and displays the peak value.
Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power rate. Waveform detection mode: average
[Spot method]
Measures the specified frequency with time domain from the spectrum analyzer and then displays the average value.
Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power rate. Waveform detection mode: average
[Search method]
Sweeps the specified frequency range using the spectrum analyzer to detect the peak value, then measures the frequency
using the time domain to display the average value. Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power
rate. Waveform detection mode: average
Measurement range∗2
[Carrier frequency: 1.8 to 2.2 GHz]
≥79 dB (RBW: 1 kHz, 9 to 150 kHz, Band 0), ≥79 dB (RBW: 10 kHz, 150 kHz to 30 MHz, Band 0),
≥79 dB (RBW: 100 kHz, 30 to 1000 MHz, Band 0)
[Normal mode]
≥76 –f [GHz] dB (RBW: 1 MHz, 1 to 3.15 GHz, Band 0), ≥76 dB (RBW: 1 MHz, 3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1)
[Spurious mode (with option 03)]
≥76 dB (RBW: 1 MHz, 1.6 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1)
I/Q signal
Input: Balanced, unbalanced
Input impedance: 1 MΩ (parallel capacity: <100 pF), 50 Ω
Balanced input
Differential voltage: 0.1 to 1 V (p-p), In-phase voltage: ±2.5 V
Unbalanced input: 0.1 to 1 V (p-p), AC/DC switchable
Measurement items:
Modulation accuracy, code domain power, amplitude, occupied bandwidth (FFT method), I/Q level
Residual vector error: <2% (rms) ∗Input level: ≥0.1 V (rms), DC coupling
I/Q level measurement: Measures and displays each I, Q input voltage (rms, p-p)
I/Q phase difference measurement:
When the CW signal is inputted to I and Q input terminals, measures and displays the phase difference between I- and
Q-phase signals.
∗1: Can be set when MS8608A-08 option is installed in the main frame.
∗2: When carrier frequency is in a 2030.354 to 2200 MHz range, spurious will be generated at the frequency below.
f (spurious) = f (input) – 2030.345 MHz
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• MX860802A GSM measurement software
Guaranteed specifications after Adjust Range and Power Calibration keys pressed
Modulation/frequency
measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 2.7 GHz
Input level:
–20 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, high-power input)
–40 to +20 dBm (average power within burst, low-power input)
–60 to +10 dBm (average power within burst, low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Carrier frequency accuracy:
±(reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz)
∗Input level (average power within burst: ≥–10 dBm (high-power input): ≥–30 dBm (low-power input),
≥–40 dBm (low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Residual phase error (GMSK modulation):
<0.5˚ (rms), <2.0˚ (peak) ∗Input level (average power within burst): ≥–10 dBm (high-power input),
≥–30 dBm (low-power input), ≥–40 dBm (low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Residual EVM (8PSK modulation): <1% (rms)
Waveform display:
Trellis (GMSK modulation), eye pattern, EVM vs. bit (8PSK modulation), phase vs. bit, amplitude vs. symbol, I/Q diagram
Amplitude
measurement
Frequency range: 50 MHz to 2.7 GHz
Input level:
–20 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, high-power input)
–40 to +20 dBm (average power within burst, low-power input)
–60 to +10 dBm (average power within burst, , low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Transmitter power measurement (auto calibrated at internal power meter)
Measurement range:
+10 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, high-power input)
–10 to +20 dBm (average power within burst, low-power input)
–10 to +10 dBm (average power within burst, low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Accuracy: ±0.4 dB
Power measurement linearity:
±0.2 dB (0 to –30 dBm) ∗Input level (average power within burst): +10 dBm (high-power input), ≥–10 dBm (low-power input ),
≥–20 dBm (low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1), without changing the reference level
setting after range optimization
Carrier-off power measurement range
[Input level (average power within burst)]
+10 dBm (high-power input), ≥–10 dBm (low-power input), ≥–20 dBm (low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
[Normal mode]
≥60 dB (compared with average power within burst)
[Wide dynamic range mode]
≥80 dB (high-power input: 1 W, compared with 10 mW of average power within burst, low-power input)
∗Measurement limit is decided by average nose level (≤50 dBm, 50 MHz to 2.7 GHz).
Rise/fall characteristics:
Display rising/falling edges while synchronizing to modulation data of signal data to be measured. Standard line display
possible (measured by 1 MHz bandwidth). NO/GO judgement function
Output RF spectrum
measurement
Frequency range: 100 MHz to 2.7 GHz
Input level:
+10 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, high-power input)
–10 to +20 dBm (average power within burst, low-power input)
–20 to +10 dBm (average power within burst, low-power input, pre-amplifier: on∗1)
Modulation portion measurement range:
≥60 dB (≥200 kHz offset), ≥68 dB (≥250 kHz offset)
∗CW signal, RBW: 30 kHz (<1.8 MHz offset), RBW: 100 kHz (≥1.8 MHz offset)
Transient portion measurement range: ≥63 dB (CW, ≥400 kHz offset)
Spurious
measurement
Measurement frequency: 100 kHz to 7.8 GHz (except within carrier frequency ±50 MHz)
Input level (transmitter power):
+20 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, high-power input)
0 to +20 dBm (average power within burst, low-power input)
Measurement method
[Sweep method]
Sweeps the specified range of frequency using the spectrum analyzer, and then detects and displays the peak value.
Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power rate. Waveform detection mode: average
[Spot method]
Measures the specified frequency with time domain from the spectrum analyzer and then displays the average value.
Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power rate. Waveform detection mode: average
[Search method]
Sweeps the specified frequency range using the spectrum analyzer to detect the peak value, then measures the frequency
using the time domain to display the average value. Calculates the rate for transmission power value and displays it as power
rate. Waveform detection mode: average
Measurement range
[Carrier frequency: 0.8 to 1 GHz, 1.8 to 2 GHz]
≥72 dB (RBW: 10 kHz, 100 kHz to 50 MHz, Band 0), ≥72 dB (RBW: 100 kHz, 50 to 500 MHz, Band 0)
[Normal mode]
≥66 –f [GHz] dB (RBW: 3 MHz, 0.5 to 3.15 GHz, Band 0, except harmonic frequency)
≥66 dB (RBW: 3 MHz, 3.15 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1)
[Spurious mode (with option 03)]
≥66 dB (RBW: 3 MHz, 1.6 to 7.8 GHz, Band 1)
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I/Q signal
Input: Balanced, unbalanced
Input impedance: 1 MΩ (parallel capacity: <100 pF), 50 Ω
Balanced input
Differential voltage: 0.1 to 1 V (p-p), In-phase voltage: ±2.5 V
Unbalanced input: 0.1 to 1 V (p-p), AC/DC switchable
Measurement items: Modulation accuracy, I/Q level
Modulation accuracy
Residual phase error: <0.5˚ (rms), DC coupling
Residual EVM: <1.0% (rms), DC coupling
∗Input level: ≥0.1 V (rms), 18˚ to 28˚C
I/Q level measurement: Measures and displays each I, Q input voltage (rms, p-p)
I/Q phase difference measurement:
When the CW signal is inputted to I and Q input terminals, measures and displays the phase difference between I- and
Q-phase signals.
∗1: Can be set when MS8608A-08 option is installed in the main frame.
Ordering information
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Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MS8608A
Main frame
Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester
J0996B
JT32MA3-NT1
F0014
J0576B
MX268001A
W1709AE
W1744AE
W1745AE
Standard accessories
Power cord, 2.6 m:
RS-232C cable:
PC-ATA card (32 MB):
Fuse, 6.3 A:
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m:
File transfer utility:
MS8608A/8609A operation manual (Vol. 1):
MS8608A/8609A operation manual (Vol. 2):
MS8608A/8609A operation manual (Vol. 3):
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
copy
copy
copy
MS8608A-03
MS8608A-04
MS8608A-05
MS8608A-08
MS8608A-09
MS8608A-35
MS8608A-46
MS8608A-47
MS8608A-48
Options
Precision frequency reference
(aging rate: 5 x 10–10/day)
Extension of pre-selector lower limit (to 1.6 GHz)
Digital resolution bandwidth
Rubidium reference oscillator
Pre-amplifier (100 kHz to 3 GHz)
Ethernet interface
7.9 GHz frequency extension
Auto-power recovery
Rack mount without handle (IEC)
Rack mount without handle (JIS)
MX860801B
MX860802A
W1746AE
W1795AE
Measurement software
W-CDMA Measurement Software
GSM Measurement Software
MX860801B/860901B operation manual
MX860802A/860902A operation manual
J0576D
J0127C
J0127A
MA1612A
J0395
B0472
J0007
J0008
B0452A
B0452B
B0329G
B0488
Optional accessories
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 2 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 0.5 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m
Four-Way Junction Pad (5 to 3000 MHz)
High-power fixed attenuator (30 dB, 30 W, DC to 8 GHz)
High-power fixed attenuator (30 dB, 100 W, DC to 18 GHz)
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Hard carrying case (with casters)
Hard carrying case (without casters)
Front cover (3/4MW4U)
Rear panel protective pad
MS8608A-90
MS8608A-91
Maintenance service
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 5 years
MS8608A-01
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DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO TRANSMITTER TESTER
MS8604A
100 Hz to 8.5 GHz
For Mobile Communications Systems Worldwide
PTA
The MS8604A offers full test performance in a single unit capable of
evaluating the major characteristics of transmitters used in digital mobile communication worldwide. Applicable systems are PDC, PHS,
NADC, digital MCA, GSM, DCS1800 (PCN), CT2, DECT, WCPE,
PACS, RCR STD-39 and TETRA. In addition, the MS8604A has
GMSK and p/4 DQPSK universal analysis functions for analysis of the
GMSK and p/4 DQPSK modulation signal. It covers frequencies from
100 Hz to 8.5 GHz and measures spurious emissions over a broad frequency range. It can also measure RF signals directly up to 10 W (average burst power), and baseband devices can be evaluated using its
I/Q signal input function (option). The MS8604A is ideal for high-speed
measurement of carrier frequency, modulation accuracy, antenna power, leakage power during carrier-off, transmission ramp-up and rampdown power, and occupied bandwidth (adjacent channel power, spurious emissions, and signal transmission rate)∗ of digital mobile transmitters. In addition to measurements conforming to EIA/TIA, ETSI,
RCR, and MKK standards, DSP (digital signal processing) and highspeed measurement functions based on a unique measurement algorithm combine to greatly reduce the time required for manufacturing
and inspecting transmitters. PTA functions enabling free programming
of test procedures are provided as a standard feature.
∗: Measurement items depend on the measurement software. For details, refer
to the specifications.
Features
• Major transmitter functions evaluated by a single system
• Compatible with NADC, PDC, PHS, Digital MCA, GSM, DCS1800
•
•
(PCN), CT2, DECT, WCPE, PACS, RCR STD-39 TETRA systems,
and GMSK and π/4 DQPSK universal measurement (measurement
software can be installed as an option)
High-speed measurement (under 1 second for modulation-accuracy
measurements)
Input up to 10 W (internal 20 dB attenuator and power meter for
high power levels)
Measurement example
• Quick configuration for different communication systems
Optional measurement software can be installed in the MS8604A.
When these options are chosen, the communication system can be
selected by pressing a single key.
• One-touch selection of measurement items
Measurement items can be selected by pressing a single key. The input connector (RF/IQ), maximum input power, and type of signal for
measurement (uplink/downlink, channel number/frequency, frequency
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GPIB
steps, synchronizing words) can be preset. In particular, synchronizing
words can be predefined to any value. Measurement can be performed
in either the single-measurement mode (one measurement performed
each time key pressed) or in the automatic continuous repeat mode.
• Measurement of frequency, modulation accuracy
Frequency and modulation accuracy (vector error, phase error) can be
measured. The numerical display and modulation waveform (constellation etc.) are displayed simultaneously, providing an accurate
visual representation of the modulation waveform.
DIGITAL MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
• Direct measurement with broadband power sensor
The tester has a high-performance power meter comparable to the
Anritsu ML4803A. A broadband amorphous-element power sensor
is coupled directly for high-precision measurement.
• Internal calibration signal
An internal 1 mW calibration signal is provided for calibrating the
sensitivity of the power sensor automatically by pressing the CAL
ADJUST key.
• High-power measurements
Antenna power up to 10 W max (burst average power) can be measured directly using the internal high-power attenuator. This highpower attenuator is pre-calibrated for accurate measurement of
transmitter power levels.
• Measurement of antenna power and leakage power during
carrier-off
At measurement of burst signal antenna power, the power-on intervals are auto-detected based on the modulated wave, so an external
synchronization trigger is not needed. In addition, the average power during power-on intervals is automatically matched to a template
value, simplifying measurement automation. Any template can be
set, and three types can be stored. The leakage power during carrier-off can be measured as either an absolute value or as an on/off
ratio. When the carrier-off power is low, measurements can be performed in a wide-dynamic-range mode (during single-mode measurements with synchronizing word).
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Wide dynamic range mode (PDC)
• Application software
The application software extends the analysis function of the MS8604A
by using PTA (Personal Test Automation) functions. The application
software provides sophisticated analysis of digital modulation signals.
The MX3512A uses π/4 DQPSK analysis software. The MX3513A
uses M16QAM analysis software. The MX3518A/3519A/3520A are
adjacent channel power and spurious measurement software for
GSM, DCS1800 (PCM), DECT, and CT2 systems.
Applicable system
Measurement software
PDC
Option 11
PHS
Option 12
NADC
Option 13
Digital MCA
Option 14
GSM
MX3512A
MX3513A
MX3518A
DCS1800 (PCN)
DECT
Application software
(supplied by PMC)
Option 15
CT2
MX3519A
MX3520A
General-purpose GMSK
–
WCPE
RCR STD-39
Normal mode (PDC)
PACS
Option 16
–
TETRA
General-purpose
π/4 DQPSK
Spectrum analyzer
General
Specifications
• MS8604A
Frequency range
100 Hz to 8.5 GHz
Max. input level
(continuous wave average power)
+40 dBm (10 W)
Reference oscillator
Frequency: 10 MHz
Starting characteristics: ≤5 x 10–8/day (option: ≤2 x 10–8/day after 30 min. warm-up)
∗After 10 min. of warm-up, compared to the frequency after 24-hour warm-up
Aging rate: ≤2 x 10–8/day (option: ≤5 x 10–9/day), ≤1 x 10–7/year (option: ≤5 x 10–8/year)
∗Compared to the frequency after 24-hour warm-up
Temperature characteristics: 5 x 10–8 (option: 3 x 10–8)
∗0° to 50°C, relative to the frequency at 25°C
Frequency
Setting range: 100 Hz to 8.5 GHz (resolution: 1 Hz), 0 to 2 GHz (freq. band: 0), 1.7 to 7.5 GHz (freq. band: 1–),
6.5 to 8.5 GHz (freq. band: 1+)
Preselector range: 1.7 to 8.5 GHz (bands: 1–/1+)
Display accuracy: ± (display freq. x reference freq. accuracy + span x span accuracy)
Span
Setting range: 0 Hz, 100 Hz to 8.5 GHz
Accuracy: ±2.5% (span ≥1 kHz), ±5% (100 Hz ≤span <1 kHz)
RBW
Setting range: 10 Hz to 3 MHz (3 dB), 1-3 sequence
Accuracy: ±20%
Selectivity (60/3 dB); ≤15:1 (100 kHz to 3 MHz), ≤12:1 (10 Hz to 30 kHz)
VBW: 1 Hz to 3 MHz, off, 1-3 sequence
Signal purity (SSB, 1 MHz to 4 GHz):
≤–100 dBc/Hz (10 kHz offset), ≤–115 dBc/Hz (50 kHz offset), ≤–120 dBc/Hz (100 kHz offset)
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Level measurement
Reference level
Frequency response
Linearity
(after calibration)
Power meter
Spectrum analyzer
Dynamic range
Spurious
Amplitude
Sweep
Level measuring range: Average noise level to +40 dBm
Average noise level: ≤–112 dBm (10 MHz to 8.5 GHz, RBW 10 Hz, VBW 1 Hz, input att. setting 20 dB)
Residual response: ≤–75 dBm (1 MHz to 8.5 GHz, input att. setting 20 dB)
Setting range: –80 to +40 dBm
Accuracy: ±0.5 dB (–30 to +20 dBm), ±0.75 dB (–40 to –30 dBm, +20 to +40 dBm), ±1.5 dB (–60 to –40 dBm)
∗After calibration and at freq. 100 MHz, span ≤2 MHz, and in auto mode for input att., RBW, VBW and
sweep time settings
RBW switching error (after calibration): ±0.3 dB (RBW: ≤300 kHz), ±0.7 dB (RBW: ≥1 MHz)
LOG/LIN switching error: ±0.3 dB (after calibration)
Input attenuator
Setting range: 20 to 75 dB in 5 dB steps
Switching error: ±0.3 dB (referred to input att. 30 dB, at 100 MHz)
±0.5 dB (100 MHz to 2 GHz, band: 0), ±1 dB (1.7 to 8.5 GHz, bands: 1–/1+)
∗Referred to at 100 MHz, input att. 30 dB, temperature 18° to 28°C (after tuning preselector at bands 1–/1+)
LOG: ±0.3 dB (0 to –20 dB, RBW: ≤1 MHz), ±1 dB (0 to –60 dB, RBW: ≤100 kHz),
±1.5 dB (0 to –80 dB, RBW: ≤10 kHz)
LIN: ±5% (to reference level)
2nd harmonics:
≤–70 dBc (5 to 800 MHz, band: 0, mixer input level: –30 dBm),
≤–80 dBc (800 to 850 MHz, band: 0, mixer input level: –30 dBm),
≤–90 dBc (850 MHz to 2.1 GHz, bands: 1–, mixer input level: –10 dBm)
Two-signal third-order intermodulation distortion: ≤–70 dBc (10 to 50 MHz), ≤–85 dBc (50 MHz to 2.1 GHz)
∗Frequency difference between two signals ≥50 kHz, mixer input level: –30 dBm
Image response: ≤–70 dBc
Multiple-response: ≤–70 dBc (bands: 1–/1+)
Sweep time
Setting range: 20 ms to 1000 s (TRACE-FREQ., data points: NORMAL), 50 ms to 1000 s at other conditions
Accuracy: ±10% (20 ms to 200 s), ±15% (200 to 1000 s)
Sweep mode: CONTINUOUS, SINGLE
Trigger: FREE RUN, TRIGGERED
Trigger source: VIDEO, LINE, EXT (±10 V), EXT (TTL)
Gate mode (OFF, random sweep mode)
GATE DELAY: 0 to 65.5 ms (in 1 µs steps)
GATE LENGTH: 20 µs to 65.5 ms (in 1 µs steps, GATE END: INT)
GATE END: INT/EXT
Time domain
waveform display
Sweep time: 50, 100 to 900 µs (data point: NORMAL, One most significant digit can be set.)
1 ms to 1000 s (data point: NORMAL, Two most significant digits can be set.)
100, 200 to 800 µs (data point: DOUBLE, One most significant digit can be set as even number.)
1 ms to 1000 s (data point: DOUBLE, Two most significant digits can be set as even number.)
Delay time
Pre-trigger: –time span to 0 s (in 1 point steps)
Post trigger: 0 to 65.5 ms (in 1 µs steps)
Amplitude display resolution: 50 µs to 49 ms, 10 bits (0.1% of full scale)
50 ms to 1000 s, 14 bits (0.01% of full scale)
Detection mode
POS PEAK, SAMPLE, NEG PEAK
Number of points
NORMAL: 501 points, DOUBLE: 1002 points
AM/FM demodulation
Demodulated waveform display and monitoring demodulated audio signal with internal speaker
Auxiliary inputs/
outputs
IF output 21.4 MHz: –10 dBm ±2 dB (at top of screen, with output terminated by 50 Ω terminator), BNC connector
Y output: 0 to 0.5 V ±0.1 V (at range between top and bottom of screen, LOG: 10 dB/div., LIN: 10%/div., 100 MHz
and with output terminated by 75 Ω terminator), BNC connector
External trigger input
Input 1: Max. ±10 V (in 0.1 V steps, rising/falling edges selectable and pulse width ≥10 µs), BNC connector
Input 2: TTL level (rising/falling edges selectable and pulse width ≥10 µs), BNC connector
Frequency range
100 kHz to 5.5 GHz
Level range
–20 to +20 dBm
Instrumentation accuracy
±0.5%
Zero set
±0.5% of full scale at most sensitive range (100 µW range)
Zero shift between ranges
±0.2% of full scale zero setting at most sensitive range
Calibration oscillator
Freq: 50 MHz, Output: 1.00 mW, Accuracy: ±1.2%
Applicable power sensor
MA4601A
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Display
640 x 400 dot, 9-inch EL
Inputs/outputs on rear panel
Reference input: 10 MHz ±10 Hz, 2 to 5 Vp-p, ≥50 Ω, BNC connector
Reference buffer output: 10 MHz, 2 to 3 Vp-p (with the output terminated by 200 Ω terminator), BNC connector
Separate video output: Compatible with 8-pin DIN connector
External memory
One slot for can be connected.
Save/recall
Internal memory (4 sets of spectrum and Tx test conditions), can save/recall setting conditions at external memory (PMC)
Direct plotting
Can hard-copy screen via GPIB 2
GPIB 1
(IEEE 488.2)
External
control
GPIB 2
(IEEE 488.1)
I/O port
PTA
As device controlled by host, all functions except power switch
Controls other instruments as controller using PTA
SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C0 (C1, C2, C3 and C24 with PTA)
Controls other instruments as controller
SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR0, RL0, PP0, DC0, DT0, C1, C2, C3, C4, C28
Output port A/B: 8-bit (TTL level), Input/Output port C/D: 4-bit (TTL level), Exclusive port: 3-bit (TTL level)
Control signal: 4 (TTL level), +5 V output: Max. 50 mA
RS-232C (Option 02)
Controls other instruments as controller
Language
PTL: High level language interpreter based on BASIC
Programming
Using external keyboard
Program memory
On PMC or FD
Upload/download from/to PC
Programming capacity
900 KB
Operating temperature
0° to 50°C
Power
85 to 132/170 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤500 VA
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 221.5 (H) x 451 (D) mm, ≤27 kg
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• Option 11: Measurement software (for PDC)
The following specifications are guaranteed if the internal level is optimized using the auto range of the MS8604A calibration function.
Modulation/
frequency
measurement
Amplitude
measurement
Occupied
bandwidth
measurement
Frequency range
400 kHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level
–10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
∗When using the low power input connector, measurement to levels 20 dB lower than the above values
is possible.
Frequency accuracy
± (accuracy of reference oscillator +1 Hz)
Modulation accuracy
± (2% of indicated value +0.5%)
Origin offset accuracy
±0.5 dB to signal level of –30 dBc
Transmission rate accuracy
±1 ppm
Measuring range of
transmission rate
42 kbps ±100 ppm
Waveform display
Constellation display
Measurement time
≤1 s(except transmission rate measurement), ≤3 s(transmission rate measurement)
Frequency range
10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Transmission power accuracy
±10% (using high power input after calibration with MA4601A Power Sensor)
Carrier-off power
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≥65 dB (to average power of burst signal)
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–60 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz)
∗Measurement range is ≥95 dB for 3 W input level of average power of burst signal.
Rise/fall edge characteristic
Display rising/falling edges while synchronizing with modulation characteristics data of measured signal
Measurement time
≤1 s
Impedance
50 Ω (VSWR: ≤1.2)
Frequency range
10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Standard mode
(spectrum analyzer mode)
Measurement: Displays results of occupied bandwidth measurement after measuring signal with spectrum
analyzer
Measurement time: Approx. 12 s in full rate when number of data points set to Normal
High-speed mode
Measurement: Displays results of occupied bandwidth measurement after FFT of measured signal
Measurement time: ≤1 s
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Adjacent
channel power
Frequency range
100 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Measurement
Measurement range
Spurious
measurement
Standard mode: Displays results of leakage power of adjacent channel measurement after measuring signal
with spectrum analyzer; measurement time: approx. 13 s when number of data points set to
Normal-All
High-speed mode: Displays results of leakage power of adjacent channel measured after passing signal through
internal root-Nyquist filter; measurement time: ≤1.5 s
Standard mode: ≥60 dB (50 kHz offset), ≥65 dB (100 kHz offset)
High-speed mode: ≥60 dB (50 kHz offset), ≥65 dB (100 kHz offset)
∗Ratio of average power of burst signal to average value of leakage power of adjacent channel at burst-on time
Frequency range
10 MHz to 8.5 GHz (except frequency range ±1 MHz of carrier frequency)
Input level range
(transmission power)
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Measurement range
≥65 dB (10 MHz to 1.7 GHz), ≥75 dB (1.7 to 8.5 GHz)
∗At carrier frequency range 800 MHz to 1.7 GHz
I/Q input (Option 03)
Input level range: 0.3 to 1.5 Vp-p
Input impedance: 5 kΩ, AC/DC coupling (switchable)
Measurement items: Modulation, amplitude, occupied bandwidth
• Option 12: Measurement software (for PHS)
The following specifications are guaranteed if the internal level is optimized using the auto range of the MS8604A calibration function.
Modulation/
frequency
measurement
Amplitude
measurement
Occupied
bandwidth
measurement
Frequency range
10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level
–10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
∗When using the low power input connector, measurement to levels 20 dB lower than the above values
is possible.
Frequency accuracy
± (accuracy of reference oscillator +10 Hz)
Modulation accuracy
± (2% of indicated value +0.7%)
Origin offset accuracy
±0.5 dB to signal level of –30 dBc
Transmission rate accuracy
±1 ppm
Measuring range of
transmission rate
384 kbps ±100 ppm
Waveform display
Constellation display
Measurement time
≤1 s (except transmission rate measurement), ≤2 s (transmission rate measurement)
Frequency range
10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Transmission power accuracy
±10% (using high power input after calibration with MA4601A Power Sensor)
Carrier-off power
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≥55 dB (to average power of burst signal)
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–50 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz)
∗Measurement range is ≥69 dB for 80 mW input level of average power of burst signal.
Rise/fall edge characteristics
Display rising/falling edges while synchronizing with modulation data of measured signal
Measurement time
≤1 s
Impedance
50 Ω (VSWR: ≤1.2)
Frequency range
10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Standard mode
(spectrum analyzer mode)
Measurement: Displays results of occupied bandwidth measurement after measuring signal with spectrum analyzer
Measurement time: Approx. 4 s when number of data points of spectrum analyzer set to Normal
Measurement: Displays results of occupied bandwidth measurement after FFT of measured signal
Measurement time: ≤1 s
High-speed mode
Adjacent
channel power
Spurious
measurement
Frequency range
100 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Measurement
Standard mode: Displays results of leakage power of adjacent channel measurement after measuring signal with
spectrum analyzer; measurement time: approx. 5 s when number of data points set to Normal-All
High-speed mode: Displays results of leakage power of adjacent channel measured after passing signal through
internal root-Nyquist filter; measurement time: ≤1.5 s
Measurement range
Standard mode: ≥60 dB (600 kHz offset), ≥60 dB (900 kHz offset)
High-speed mode: ≥60 dB (600 kHz offset), ≥60 dB (900 kHz offset)
∗Ratio of average power of burst signal to average value of leakage power of adjacent channel at burst-on time
Frequency range
10 MHz to 8.5 GHz (except frequency range ±50 MHz of carrier frequency)
Input level range
(transmission power)
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Measurement range
I/Q input (Option 03)
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Input level range: 0.3 to 1.5 Vp-p
Input impedance: 5 kΩ, AC/DC coupling (switchable)
Measurement items: Modulation, amplitude, occupied bandwidth
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• Option 13: Measurement software (for NADC)
The following specifications are guaranteed optimizing the internal level using the auto range of the MS8604A calibration function.
Modulation/
frequency
measurement
Amplitude
measurement
Occupied
bandwidth
measurement
Adjacent
channel power
Frequency range
400 kHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level
–10 to +40 dBm (burst average power)
∗When using the low power-input connector, measurement to levels 20 dB lower than the above values
is possible.
Frequency accuracy
± (accuracy of reference oscillator +1 Hz)
Modulation accuracy
± (2% of indicated value +0.5%)
Origin offset accuracy
±0.5 dB to signal level of –30 dBc
Transmission rate accuracy
±1 ppm
Measuring range of
transmission rate
48.6 kbps ±100 ppm
Waveform display
Constellation display
Measurement time
≤1 s (except transmission rate measurement), ≤3 s (transmission rate measurement)
Frequency range
10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Transmission power accuracy
±10% (using high-power input after calibration with MA4601A Power Sensor)
Carrier-off power
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≥65 dB (to average power of burst signal)
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–60 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz)
∗Measurement range is ≥96 dB for +36 dBm input level of average power of burst signal.
Rise/fall edge characteristics
Display rising/falling edges while synchronizing with modulation data of measured signal
Measurement time
≤1 s
Impedance
50 Ω (VSWR: ≤1.2)
Frequency range
10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Standard mode
(spectrum analyzer mode)
Measurement: Displays results of occupied bandwidth measurement after measuring signal with spectrum analyzer
Measurement time: Approx. 12 s in full rate when number of data points set to Normal
High-speed mode
Measurement: Displays results of occupied bandwidth measurement after FFT of measured signal
Measurement time: ≤1 s
Frequency range
100 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Measurement
Measurement range
Spurious
measurement
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Standard mode: Displays results of leakage power of adjacent channel measurement after measuring signal with
spectrum analyzer; measurement time: approx. 13 s when number of data points set to Normal-All
High-speed mode: Displays results of leakage power of adjacent channel measured after passing signal through
internal root-Nyquist filter; measurement time: ≤2 s
High-speed mode: ≥30 dB (30 kHz offset), ≥60 dB (60 kHz offset), ≥65 dB (90 kHz offset)
∗Ratio of average power of burst signal to average value of leakage power of adjacent channel at burst-on time
Frequency range
10 MHz to 8.5 GHz (except frequency range ±1 MHz of carrier frequency)
Input level range
(transmission power)
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Measurement range
I/Q input (Option 03)
≥65 dB(10 MHz to 1.7 GHz), ≥75 dB (1.7 to 8.5 GHz) ∗At carrier frequency range 800 MHz to 1.7 GHz
Input level range: 0.3 to 1.5 Vp-p
Input impedance: 5 kΩ, AC/DC coupling (switchable)
Measurement items: Modulation, amplitude, occupied bandwidth
• Option 14: Digital MCA measurement software (for Digital MCA)
The following specifications are guaranteed if the internal level is optimized using the auto range of the MS8604A calibration function.
Maximum input level
Frequency range
Input level range
Modulation/
frequency
measurement
Amplitude
measurement
10 W (average power), 50 W (peak power: ≤1 ms)
400 kHz to 2.1 GHz
–10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
∗When using the low power input connector, measurement to levels 20 dB lower than the above is possible.
Carrier frequency
(phase trace method)
Accuracy: ± (accuracy of reference oscillator +5 Hz)
Modulation accuracy
Accuracy: ±3% (normal slot), ±4% (sub slot)
Transmission rate
Range: ±100 ppm, Accuracy: ±2 ppm (normal slot)
Waveform display
Constellation display
Measurement time
≤2 s (except transmission rate measurement), ≤10 s (transmission rate measurement)
Frequency range
10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Antenna power measurement
Accuracy: ±10% (using high power input connector after calibration with MA4601A Power Sensor)
Leakage power at carrier-off
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≤55 dB
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–60 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz)
Amplitude waveform display
Displays amplitude waveform while synchronizing with modulation data (synchronous symbol) of
measured signal
Display time: 108 ms (displays frame), 18 ms (displays slot), 3.6 ms (displays rising/falling)
Measurement time
≤2 s
Impedance
50 Ω, VSWR: ≤1.2
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Occupied
frequency
bandwidth
measurement
Adjacent
channel power
Spurious
measurement
Frequency range
10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal)
Measurement method
Standard mode:
Displays results of occupied bandwidth measurement after measuring signal with spectrum analyzer;
measurement time: approx. 50 s
High speed mode:
Displays results of occupied bandwidth measurement after FFT of measured signal; measurement time: ≤1 s
Frequency range
100 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level range
+10 to +40 dBm
Measurement method
Standard mode:
Displays results of leakage power of adjacent channel measurement after measuring signal with
spectrum analyzer; measurement time: approx. 50 s
High speed mode:
Displays results of leakage power of adjacent channel measurement after measuring signal passed
through internal filter (bandwidth: 18 kHz); measurement time: ≤2 s
Measurement range
High-speed mode: Ratio of average power of burst signal to value of leakage power of adjacent channel at
burst-on time ≤58 dB (standard mode, high speed mode)
Frequency range
10 MHz to 8.5 GHz (except frequency range ±1 MHz of carrier frequency)
Input level range
(transmission power)
+10 to +40 dBm (burst average power)
Measurement range
≤65 dB (10 MHz to 1.7 GHz), ≤75 dB (1.7 to 8.5 GHz) ∗For carrier frequency range 850 MHz to 1.7 GHz
I/Q input (Option 03)
Input level range: 0.3 to 1.5 Vp-p
Input impedance: 5 kΩ, AC/DC coupling (switchable)
Measurement items: Modulation, amplitude, occupied bandwidth
• Option 15: Measurement software (for GMSK)
The following specifications are guaranteed if the internal level is optimized using the auto range of the MS8604A calibration function.
Maximum input level
General GMSK
GSM,
DCS1800
(PCN)
+40 dBm
Frequency
10 MHz to 3 GHz
Input level
–10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –30 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Setting
Bit rate: 100 bps to 1.25 Mbps (resolution: 0.1 bps)
BT: 0.2 to 1.0 (bit rate: 100 bps to 160 kbps), 0.2 to 0.5 (bit rate: 160 kbps to 1.25 Mbps)
Analysis bit number: 50 to 1000 bits
Frame length:
Analysis bit number – 4000 bits (continuous signal), (analysis bit number x 2) – 4000 bits (burst signal)
Measurement signal: Continuous signal, burst signal
Modulation/frequency measurement (phase trace method)
Measurement item: Carrier frequency, phase error
Waveform display: Eye pattern, trellis, phase error vs. bit number, amplitude error vs. bit number, I/Q diagram
Amplitude measurement
Measurement item: Transmission power (average power of burst signal)
Waveform: Displays amplitude waveform while synchronizing with modulation data (rise/fall, slot, and frame
changeable)
Impedance: 50 Ω, VSWR: ≤1.2 (high power input connector)
FM deviation measurement
Measurement item: Maximum frequency deviation
Waveform: FM demodulation waveform (continuous demodulation or eye pattern changeable),
display range = standard frequency deviation x 2
Occupied bandwidth
measurement
Displays results of occupied bandwidth measurement (99%) after FFT of measurement signal
Modulation/frequency
measurement (phase trace
method)
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: –10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –30 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Carrier frequency measurement accuracy: ±(reference oscillator accuracy +10 Hz)
Phase error measurement (residual phase error): ≤0.5° rms, ≤2° peak
Waveform display: Eye pattern, trellis, phase error vs. bit number, amplitude error vs. bit number, I/Q diagram
Measurement time: ≤1 s (measured at mobile station), ≤1 s (measured at base station)
Amplitude measurement
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: +10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –10 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Transmission power measurement accuracy: ±0.4 dB (±10%)
∗After calibration using MA4601A Power Sensor, at high power input connector; linearity: +0.3 dB
(at 0 to –30 dB)
Leakage power during carrier-off
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≥55 dB (ratio between transmission power and average noise level)
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–50 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz,
at high power input)
Waveform: Displays amplitude waveform while synchronizing with modulation data
Measurement time: ≤1 s (measured at mobile station), ≤2 s (measured at base station)
FM deviation measurement
Same as general GMSK measurement
Occupied bandwidth
measurement
Same as general GMSK measurement
Output RF spectrum
Available, combined with the MX3518A
Spurious emissions
Available, combined with the MX3518A
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Modulation/frequency measurement (phase trace method)
Amplitude measurement
DECT
FM deviation measurement
Same as general GMSK measurement
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: +10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –10 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Transmission power measurement accuracy: ±0.4 dB (±10%)
∗After calibration using MA4601A Power Sensor, at high power input connector; input level: ≥+15 dBm
Leakage power during carrier-off
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≥50 dB (ratio between transmission power and average noise level)
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–45 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz, at high
power input)
Waveform: Displays amplitude waveform while synchronizing with modulation data
Measurement time: ≤2 s (except for double slot measurement)
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: +10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –10 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Maximum frequency deviation: Measurement of section specified by marker
Residual FM: ≤±5 kHz peak
Average frequency measurement: Measurement of section specified by marker
Waveform: FM demodulation waveform (continuous demodulation or eye pattern changeable)
Measurement time: ≤2 s (except for double slot measurement)
Occupied bandwidth
Measurement
Same as general GMSK measurement
Emissions due to modulation
Available, combined with the MX3519A
Emissions due to transmitter
transients
Available, combined with the MX9516A
Spurious emissions
Available, combined with the MX9516A
Modulation/frequency measurement (phase trace method)
Same as general GMSK measurement
Amplitude measurement
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: +10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –10 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Transmission power measurement accuracy: ±0.4 dB (±10%)
∗After calibration using MA4601A Power Sensor, at high power input connector
Leakage power during carrier-off
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≥60 dB (ratio between transmission power and average noise level)
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–50 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz, at high
power input)
Waveform: Displays amplitude waveform while synchronizing with modulation data
Measurement time: ≤1 s (except for multiplex-3 measurement)
FM deviation measurement
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: +10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –10 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Maximum frequency deviation: Measurement of section specified by marker
Residual FM: ≤±200 Hz peak (10 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz)
Average frequency measurement: Measurement of section specified by marker
Waveform: FM demodulation waveform (continuous demodulation or eye pattern changeable)
Measurement time: ≤1 s (except for multiplex-3 measurement)
Occupied bandwidth
measurement
Same as general GMSK measurement
Adjacent channel power
Available, combined with the MX3520A
Out of band power arising from
transmitter transients
Available, combined with the MX3520A
Spurious emissions
Available, combined with the MX3520A
CT2
I/Q input (Option 03)
Input level range: 0.3 to 1.5 Vp-p
Input impedance: 5 kΩ, AC/DC coupling (switchable)
Measurement items: Modulation, amplitude, occupied bandwidth
• Option 16: Measurement software (for π/4 DQPSK)
The following specifications are guaranteed if the internal level is optimized using the auto range of the MS8604A calibration function.
Maximum input level
Generalpurpose
π/4 DQPSK
+40 dBm
Frequency
10 MHz to 4 GHz
Input level
–10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –30 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Setting
Symbol rate: 1 to 600 k symbol/s (2 to 1200 kb/s), setting resolution: 0.1 symbol/s
α (roll-off factor): 0.2 to 1.0 (symbol rate: 1 to 320 k symbol/s), 0.2 to 0.5 (symbol rate: 320 to 600 k symbol/s),
setting resolution: 0.01
Number of analysis symbols: 48 to 1000 symbols
Frame length: Number of analysis symbols — 5800 symbols (continuous signal),
(number of analysis symbols x 2) — 5800 symbols (burst signal)
Measurement signal: Continuous signal, burst signal
Modulation/frequency
measurement (phase trace
method)
Measurement item: Carrier frequency, modulation accuracy
Waveform: Displays constellation, eye pattern, vectors error vs. symbol number, phase error vs. symbol
number, amplitude error vs. symbol number
Amplitude measurement
Measurement item: Transmission power (average power of burst signal)
Waveform: Displays amplitude waveform while synchronizing with modulation data (rise/fall, slot, and
frame changeable)
Impedance: 50 Ω, VSWR; ≤1.2 (high power input connector)
Occupied bandwidth
measurement
Displays results of occupied bandwidth measurement (99%) after FFT of measurement signal
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Modulation/frequency
measurement (phase trace
method)
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: 0 to +40 dBm (high power input), –20 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Carrier frequency measurement accuracy: ±(reference oscillator accuracy +10 Hz)
Modulation accuracy (residual vector error): ≤1%rms, ≤3%peak
Waveform: Displays constellation, eye pattern, vectors error vs. symbol number, phase error vs. symbol number,
amplitude error vs. symbol number
Measurement time: ≤2 s
Amplitude measurement
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: +15 to +40 dBm (high power input), –5 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Transmission power measurement accuracy: ±0.4 dB (±10%)
∗After calibration using MA4601A Power Sensor, at high power input connector
Leakage power during carrier-off
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≥55 dB (ratio between transmission power and average noise level)
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–50 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz, at high
power input)
Waveform: Displays amplitude waveform while synchronizing with modulation data
Measurement time: ≤2 s
Occupied bandwidth
measurement
Same as general-purpose π/4 DQPSK measurement
Modulation/frequency
measurement (phase trace
method)
Frequency: 400 kHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: –10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –30 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Carrier frequency measurement accuracy: ±(reference oscillator accuracy +1 Hz)
Modulation accuracy (residual vector error): ≤0.5%rms, ≤2%peak
Waveform: Displays constellation, eye pattern, vectors error vs. symbol number, phase error vs. symbol number,
amplitude error vs. symbol number
Measurement time: ≤1 s
Amplitude measurement
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: +10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –10 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Transmission power measurement accuracy: ±0.4 dB (±10%)
∗After calibration using MA4601A Power Sensor, at high power input connector
Leakage power during carrier-off
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≥65 dB (ratio between transmission power and average noise level)
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–60 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz, at high
power input)
Waveform: Displays amplitude waveform while synchronizing with modulation data
Measurement time: ≤1 s
Occupied bandwidth
measurement
Same as general-purpose π/4 DQPSK measurement
Modulation/frequency
measurement (phase trace
method)
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: –10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –30 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Carrier frequency measurement accuracy: ±(reference oscillator accuracy +10 Hz)
Modulation accuracy (residual vector error): ≤1%rms, ≤3%peak
Waveform: Displays constellation, eye pattern, vectors error vs. symbol number, phase error vs. symbol number,
amplitude error vs. symbol number
Measurement time: ≤1 s
Amplitude measurement
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: +10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –10 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Transmission power measurement accuracy: ±0.4 dB (±10%)
∗After calibration using MA4601A Power Sensor, at high power input connector
Leakage power during carrier-off
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≥55 dB (ratio between transmission power and average noise level)
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–50 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz, at high
power input)
Waveform: Displays amplitude waveform while synchronizing with modulation data and CRC data (mobile
station measurement)
Measurement time: ≤1 s
Occupied bandwidth
measurement
Same as general-purpose π/4 DQPSK measurement
Modulation/frequency
measurement (phase trace
method)
Frequency: 400 kHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: –10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –30 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Carrier frequency measurement accuracy:±(reference oscillator accuracy +1 Hz)
Modulation accuracy (residual vector error):
≤0.5%rms/≤2%peak (symbol time), ≤0.7%rms/≤3%peak (1/2 symbol time)
Waveform: Displays constellation, eye pattern, vectors error vs. symbol number, phase error vs. symbol number,
amplitude error vs. symbol number
Measurement time: ≤1 s
Amplitude measurement
Frequency: 10 MHz to 2.1 GHz
Input level: +10 to +40 dBm (high power input), –10 to +20 dBm (low power input)
Transmission power measurement accuracy: ±0.4 dB (±10%)
∗After calibration using MA4601A Power Sensor, at high power input connector
Leakage power during carrier-off
Measurement range in Normal mode: ≥65 dB (ratio between transmission power and average noise level)
Average noise level in Wide dynamic range mode: ≤–60 dBm (100 MHz ≤frequency ≤2.1 GHz, at high
power input)
Waveform: Displays amplitude waveform while synchronizing with modulation data
Measurement time: ≤1 s
Occupied bandwidth
measurement
Same as general-purpose π/4 DQPSK measurement
WCPE
RCR STD-39
(π/4 DQPSK
digital mobile
communication
system for
public works)
PACS
TETRA
I/Q input (Option 03)
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Input level range: 0.3 to 1.5 Vp-p
Input impedance: 5 kΩ, AC/DC coupling (switchable)
Measurement items: Modulation, amplitude, occupied bandwidth
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MS8604A
J0114A
P0005
MA4601A
J0370N
F0014
W0682AE
MS8604A-01
MS8604A-02
MS8604A-03
MS8604A-11
MS8604A-12
MS8604A-13
MS8604A-14
MS8604A-15
MS8604A-16
W0722AE
W0876AE
W0973AE
Name
Model/Order No.
Main frame
Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester
Standard accessories
Coaxial cord, UG-21D/U · RG-9A/U · UG-21D/U, 1 m:
Power cord, 2.5 m:
PMC (32 KB):
Power Sensor:
Power sensor connector cable, 0.5 m:
Fuse, 6.3 A:
MS8604A operation manual:
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1
1
1
1
2
1
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
pcs
copy
Options
Reference quartz oscillator (aging rate: ≤5 x 10–9/day)
RS-232C interface (for external control)
I/Q input
Measurement software Ver. 3
(PDC, added to the MS8604A firmware at the factory)
Measurement software Ver. 3
(PHS, added to the MS8604A firmware at the factory)
Measurement software Ver. 3
(NADC, added to the MS8604A firmware at the factory)
Measurement software Ver. 2
(Digital MCA, added to the MS8604A firmware at the factory)
Measurement software Ver. 2
(GMSK, added to the MS8604A firmware at the factory)
Measurement software
(π/4 DQPSK, added to the MS8604A firmware at the factory)
Measurement software operation manual
(supplied with Option 14)
Measurement software operation manual
(supplied with Option 15)
Measurement software operation manual
(supplied with Option 16)
Name
MX3512A
MX3513A
MX3518A
MX3519A
MX3520A
Application software (supplied with PMC)
π/4 DQPSK Analysis Software (for MS8604A-11/12/13)
Digital MCA Analysis Software (for MS8604A-14)
GSM Application Software (for MS8604A-15)
DECT Application Software (for MS8604A-15)
CT2 Application Software (for MS8604A-15)
MC3305A
MC3306A
J0007
J0008
P0006
P0007
P0008
P0009
MA4001A
MP59B
MP640A
MP654A
MP520C
MP520D
J0395
J0055
562
B0329D
B0331D
B0332
B0333D
B0334D
Peripheral equipments and parts
JIS Type PTA Keyboard
ASCII Type PTA Keyboard
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
PMC, 64 KB
PMC, 128 KB
PMC, 256 KB
PMC, 512 KB
Range Calibrator
50 Ω Coaxial Switch (DC to 3 GHz, 50 Ω)
Branch (DC to 1.7 GHz, 40 dB)
Directional Coupler (0.8 to 3 GHz, 30 dB)
CM Directional Coupler (25 to 500 MHz, 50 Ω, N type)
CM Directional Coupler (100 to 1700 MHz, 50 Ω, N type)
Fixed attenuator for high-power (30 dB, 30 W, DC to 8 GHz)
Coaxial adapter (NC-P · BNC-J)
DC block (10 MHz to 12.4 GHz, NARDA product)
Protective cover
Front handle kit (2 pcs/set)
Joint plate (4 pcs/set)
Rack mount kit
Hard carrying case (with protective cover and casters)
Previously-purchased MS8604A measurement software options (Option 11,
Option 12, Option 13, Option 14 and Option 15) can be upgraded to the latest
version (with fee). For details, please contact your sales representative.
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DIGITAL MODULATION SIGNAL GENERATOR
MG3681A
250 kHz to 3 GHz
W-CDMA Device, Mobile Equipment, Base Station Test
GPIB
The MG3681A is a high performance digital modulation signal generator that incorporates a broadband vector modulator. It generates
the complex high-accuracy signals required for research and development to mass-production of digital mobile communication systems
and related devices.
It has a frequency range of 250 kHz to 3 GHz, covering the frequency bands of all major mobile communications systems. In addition, it
uses quadrature vector modulation to provide high-quality frequency
characteristics, distortion characteristics, and S/N ratio. It can perform accurate sensitivity tests of receivers in high-speed modulation
communication systems, as well as test transmitter adjacent-channel
power characteristics.
Expansion options such as the MU368040A CDMA Modulation Unit,
which generates modulation signals for W-CDMA communication
systems, can be installed in the seven expansion slots. Various modulation signal waveforms can be generated with the expansion units
and associated software.
The MG3681A also has superior AM and FM analog modulation
functions for testing conventional analog communications systems.
Its high signal purity and various functions such as memory and
sweep capabilities are useful in general-purpose signal generation
applications.
Vector modulation frequency response
Features
• Comprehensive expandability
• Excellent analog performance
Performance and functions
• Broadband vector modulation
The modulation frequency response of ±3 dB at the modulation frequency from DC to 30 MHz is achievable by the high-speed base
band signal processor and broadband quadrature modulator. The
MG3681A provides broadband vector modulation for W-CDMA and
other high-speed data communication systems. Accurate broadband
vector modulation is also available by using the external I/Q signals
as well as internal modulation using the optional digital modulation
unit installed.
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• Excellent adjacent channel power characteristics
• Excellent noise characteristics
Adjacent channel power characteristic is important for evaluating devices and radio receivers. The MG3681A provides excellent adjacent
channel power characteristics by using a proven circuit configuration.
It offers excellent rejection of adjacent channel signals, such as –68
dBc/ 3.84 MHz (1 code, typical ) for adjacent channel and –75
dBc/3.84 MHz (1 code, typical) for 1st alternate channel. This makes
the MG3681A an excellent choice for evaluating intermodulation distortion of power amplifiers.
The MG3681A can be used for interference testing of radio receivers
and as sources of various local oscillator and reference signals.
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SSB phase noise characteristics
• Compatibility with W-CDMA systems
Pattern: 3G TS25.141 V3.2.0 (Release 1999) 6.1.1.1
Test Model 1=PCCPCH+SCH+Primary CPICH+PICH+DPCH x 16 Codes
Spectrum Analyzer: RBW = 30 kHz, VBW = 30 kHz, Sweep Time = 100 ms
Average = 20, Det Mode = Sample
Adjacent channel power characteristic
(16 code multiwave)
• High-resolution output level setting of 0.01 dB
The output level can be set with 0.01 dB resolution across the entire
level range. This is useful for device tests, level calibration of power
meter etc., requiring precise level settings.
• Excellent level accuracy
Even low levels can be output with high accuracy due to use of a
high-precision, high-reliability step attenuator and high-speed level
calibration method. As a result, highly sensitive receivers can be
measured accurately.
Output level frequency response
The MG3681A can generate up-link and down-link signals with the
W-CDMA modulation standard corresponding to 3GPP (FDD) with
the installation of the MX368041A W-CDMA Software and the
MU368040A CDMA Modulation Unit.
Connection with mobile equipment and base stations
For down-link simulation, the MG3681A outputs P-CCPCH, P-SCH
and S-SCH to synchronize with mobile equipment for up to three
base stations simultaneously. It incorporates an external trigger to
control the generation timing of the CDMA modulation waveform for
base-station connection tests.
Optional filter factor
The baseband filter can be switched between Nyquist and rootNyquist, and the roll-off ratio can be set between 0.10 and 1.00 in
step of 0.01.
Modulation data downloading
Modulation can be performed using the data downloaded by the
MX368041A W-CDMA Software. In addition, the symbol data downloaded before diffusion can be used to generate channel formats
such as DPCH and PRACH when physical format specification
changes occur. It also allows insertion of special test patterns and bit
errors. The waveform data can also be downloaded after diffusion to
control the crest factors of multiple waves.
Power control function
Using the externally inputted TTL level signals, the channel power
can be controlled in 1 dB and 1 slot steps. In addition, the internal
program function enables the code power to be programmed for
every slot in each channel at the maximum period of 64 slots. This is
useful for checking the power control function.
Multiwaves generation
The channels that can be set, such as channelization codes and
code power, can be increased up to 12 waveforms. The stored waveform table function enables the generation of multiple waveforms up
to 512 channels (at Phase 1). In multiwave mode, MG3681A can
generate signals with ratios of peak power to average power of up to
18 dB (except base band filtering effect).
Supports chip rates up to 16.5 Mcps
The MG3681A can output a CDMA modulation waveform whose diffusion and modulation methods are in accordance with 3GPP standard at the chip rate of 1.6 to 16.5 Mcps (set resolution: 1 cps)
Output level accuracy
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Specifications
• MG3681A main frame
Frequency
Range
250 kHz to 3000 MHz, Resolution: 0.01 Hz
Accuracy
Depends on installed reference oscillator, Reference frequency accuracy: ± (5% of FM setting deviation + 5 Hz)
for frequency modulation
Internal reference
oscillator
Aging rate: ±1 x 10–6/year, Temperature stability: ±1 x 10–6 (0˚ to 50˚C)∗1
External reference
input
10 MHz/13 MHz auto-switching, ±10 ppm, ≥0.7 V(p-p)/50 Ω (AC coupled), BNC connector (rear panel)
Buffer output
10 MHz, TTL level (DC coupled), BNC connector (rear panel)
Switching time
≤20 ms (response time from final command to ±500 Hz of set frequency on GPIB at CW, ALC on, except when
setting frequency is crossing over 600 MHz and 1010 MHz)
Range
–143 to +13 dBm (settable range: –143 to +17 dBm)
Unit
dBm, W, dBµV, V (dBµV, V selected terminate/open voltage display)
Resolution
0.01 dB (dBm, dBµV units), 3 digit (W, V units)
Frequency response
±1 dB (CW, ALC on, 0 dBm)
CW, ALC on
Accuracy
Output
level
Signal
Frequency
Level
≤+13 dBm, ≥–127 dBm
<–127 dBm
≤1 GHz
±1 dB
±2 dB
>1 GHz
±2 dB
±3 dB
Output connector
50 Ω, N-type connector (front panel)
Switching time
≤50 ms (normal mode), ≤100 ms (safety mode), ≤10 ms (continuous mode)
∗Response time from final command to ±0.5 dB of final level on GPIB at CW, ALC on
Special setting mode
Continuous mode:
Level continuously adjustable in set value range of ±10 dB (dBm, dBµV units only)
For vector modulation by optional digital modulation unit, continuous mode variance depends on modulation setting
Safety mode: Mechanical attenuator decreases level to prevent generation of high-level signal spikes
ALC mode
ALC on
Usage: Continuous wave or pulse modulation wave (burst wave) with RF On time of 10 µs or more
ALC time constant: Auto, 500 ns, 2.4 µs, 5 µs, 24 µs, 50 µs, 240 µs, 500 µs selectable
At Auto, automatically selected depending on frequency, AM and vector modulation [when digital modulation
unit (option) is used]
The ALC time constant is automatically selected, depending on the set frequency, regardless of the time constant
selected on the front panel
ALC off
Usage: Pulse modulation wave (burst wave) whose RF on time is less than 10 µs
Restrict item: Without AM
ALC calibration: Automatic during ALC Calibration operation and at frequency/level setting change
Spurious
Harmonics: <–30 dBc
Non harmonic:
Frequency
15 kHz to 300 MHz offset
>300 MHz offset
≤2500 MHz
<–60 dBc
<–30 dBc
>2500 MHz
<–30 dBc
Those related power: <–40 dBc ∗CW, ≤0 dBm
SSB phase noise
<–118 dBc/Hz (≥10 MHz, ≤1010 MHz), <–112 dBc/Hz (>1010 MHz) ∗At CW, 20 kHz offset
purity
Range
Fixed frequency spurious
–50 dBc (660, 1320 MHz)
–
0 to 100% (cannot set internal/external modulation independently), Resolution: 0.1%
≤0 dBm, ALC on, in band of ±1.5 dB based on modulation frequency of 1 kHz
Upper limit frequency
Modulation frequency
response
≥0.4 MHz, <2 MHz
≥2 MHz, <10 MHz
≥10 MHz
AM
FM
Frequency
Lower limit frequency
DC (Internal modulation, External
modulation DC coupled), 20 Hz
(External modulation AC coupled)
Vector modulation and
wideband AM off
AM: 30%
3 kHz
10 kHz
10 kHz
AM: 80%
1 kHz
10 kHz
10 kHz
Vector modulation or
wideband AM on
AM: 30%
1 kHz
Internal modulation
Depends on AF synthesizer (Option 21)
External modulation
2 V(p-p) approx., 600 Ω, AC/DC coupled switchable, BNC connector (front panel)
Modulation signal
polarity
Positive/negative switchable
Range
∗Cannot set internal/external modulation independently.
Resolution
10 Hz (0 to 10 kHz deviation), 100 Hz (10.1 to 100 kHz deviation), 1 kHz (101 to 1000 kHz deviation),
10 kHz (1010 to 2000 kHz deviation)
Modulation frequency
response
DC to 20 kHz (internal modulation, external modulation DC coupled), 20 Hz to 20 kHz (external modulation AC coupled)
∗In band of ±1 dB based on modulation frequency of 1 kHz
0 to 1000 kHz (≥10 MHz, ≤1010 MHz), 0 to 2000 kHz (>1010 MHz)
Internal modulation
Depends on AF synthesizer (Option 21)
External modulation
2 V(p-p) approx., 600 Ω, AC/DC coupled switchable, BNC connector (front panel)
Modulation signal
polarity
Positive/negative switchable
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Range
øM
Wideband
AM
Pulse
modulation
Vector
modulation
0 to 6.28 rad (≥10 MHz, ≤1010 MHz), 0 to 12.56 rad (>1010 MHz)
∗Cannot set internal/external modulation independently.
Unit
rad, deg
Resolution
rad unit: 0.01 rad, deg unit: 1 deg
Modulation frequency
response
DC to 20 kHz (internal modulation, external modulation DC coupled), 20 Hz to 20 kHz (external modulation AC coupled)
∗In band of ±1 dB based on modulation frequency of 1 kHz
Internal modulation
Depends on AF synthesizer (Option 21)
External modulation
2 V(p-p) approx., 600 Ω, AC/DC coupled switchable, BNC connector (front panel)
Modulation signal
polarity
Positive/negative switchable
Modulation frequency
response
DC to 15 MHz (±2 dB bandwidth), DC to 30 MHz (±3 dB bandwidth)
∗External modulation, input level: 0.9 V(p-p), ≥100 MHz, ≤0 dBm, modulation frequency of 1 kHz
Internal modulation
Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option)
External modulation
≤1 V(p-p), 50 Ω, BNC connector (front panel), sensitivity: 1 V(p-p) = 100%
On/off ratio
>60 dB
Rise/fall time
<100 ns (external modulation)
Minimum pulse width
<500 ns (external modulation)
Pulse repetition
frequency
DC to 1 MHz (external modulation, ALC off)
4
Internal modulation
Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option)
External modulation
TTL level, positive logic, 50 Ω, BNC connector (front panel)
Modulation frequency
response
DC to 15 MHz (±2 dB bandwidth), DC to 30 MHz (±3 dB bandwidth)
∗External modulation, input level: 0.5 V(rms), ≥100 MHz, ≤0 dBm, modulation frequency of 1 kHz
Vector error
≤2.5%(rms) ∗External modulation, input level: 0.5 V(rms), ≥100 MHz, ≤0 dBm, 3.84 Msps QPSK modulation
Internal modulation
External modulation
Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option)
–––––
√(I2 + Q2 ) = 0.5 V(rms), I/Q = ±1.5V(peak), 50 Ω, BNC connector (front panel)
Quadrature degree
adjustment function
Adjustment range: ≥±1 deg
I/Q change
I, Q signal changeable (RF spectrum invert)
Simultaneous modulation
Modulation depth and deviation same for combinations below:
AM (internal/external), FM (internal/external), øM (internal/external)
Frequency and waveform of modulation signal source same for combinations below:
AM (internal)/FM (internal), AM (internal)/øM (internal)
Simultaneous modulation impossible as below:
FM/øM, wideband AM/vector modulation, vector (internal)/Vector (external) modulation
AF signal output
Depends on AF synthesizer (Option 21)
I/Q signal
output∗2
Memory
function
Sweep
function
Special
display
Display
Output level
Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option)
Signal source
Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option)
Output connector
50 Ω, BNC connector (front panel)
Basic parameter
memory
512 sets of frequency and level
All parameter memory
All parameters including 100 sets maximum of analog modulation and digital modulation units (option)
Sweep parameter
Basic parameter memory address
Sweep pattern
Start address → stop address
Sweep time
1 ms to 600 s (per memory; memory recall time restricts lower limit, resolution: 1 ms)
Sweep mode
Auto (repetition sweep), single (single sweep)
Relative display
Frequency, output level (dBm, dBµV units only)
Offset display
Frequency (offset range: –3 to +3 GHz), output level (offset range: –55 to +55 dB, dBm, dBµV units only)
Size
7.2 inch, 480 x 640 dots, color D-STN
On/off setting
Panel display on/off
Backup function
Panel lock
function
External
interface
All items reset at power-on except following: Input data contents, remote condition, contents of GPIB data being
transferred, RPP operation condition, screen condition, main function selections
Panel lock
Disable operation of all keys except front panel power key, panel lock key, local key and contrast key
Knob hold
Disable rotary knob on front panel operation
GPIB
Controls all functions except power key, local key and contrast key
Connector: rear panel
PC card
Memory card (memory backup, screen hard copy)
Connector: JEIDA Ver 4/4.1 PCMCIA Rel 2.0, 1 slot (rear panel)
Trigger
Executes item specified by command-input signals (3 bits) from following items:
Frequency step-up/step-down, output level step-up/step-down, basic parameter recall address up/down, output level
on/off
Interface: TTL level
Connector: D-sub 9-pin, female (rear panel)
Reverse power protection
≤50 W (≤1 GHz), ≤25 W (>1 GHz), ±50 V (DC)
Power
AC 100 to 120/200 to 240 V (–15/+10%, 250 V max, automatic selection), 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤300 VA
Temperature
Operating: 0˚ to 50˚C, Storage: –20˚ to 60˚C
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Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 177 (H) x 451 (D) mm, ≤25 kg (excluding option)
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
LVD
∗1: Aging rates down to 5 x
are available as reference crystal oscillator (MG3681A Option 01/02).
∗2: Possible to expand the function with MG3681A Option 11
10–10/day
• Options
Option 01 (Reference
crystal oscillator)
Frequency: 10 MHz
Aging rate: ±5 x 10–9/day
Start-up characteristics: 1 x 10–7 (After 10 min, compared to frequency after 24 h warm-up)
Temperature stability: ±3 x 10–8 (0˚ to 50˚C)
Option 02 (Reference
crystal oscillator)
Frequency: 10 MHz
Aging rate: ±5 x 10–10/day
Start-up characteristics: 1 x 10–7 (After 10 min, compared to frequency after 24 h warm-up)
Temperature stability: ±5 x 10–9 (0 to 50˚C)
Option 11 (Additional
function of I/Q output)
Functions: Adds level, offset setting, and differential output functions to I/Q output
Level
–
–
Range: 80 to 120% of nominal level, Resolution: 0.1% ∗2 sets of I/I and Q/Q set independently, 50 Ω termination
Offset
–
–
Range: –0.5 to +1.5 V, Resolution: 0.5 mV ∗4 sets of I, I , Q, Q set independently, 50 Ω termination
Quadrature degree variable function
Range: ±5 deg, Resolution: 0.5 deg
Differential output: I, Q signals (Using front I/Q input connector)
Signal source: Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option)
Output connector: 50 Ω, BNC connector (front panel)
Option 21 (AF synthesizer)
Frequency: 0.01 Hz to 400 kHz, Resolution: 0.01 Hz, Accuracy : same as reference oscillator
Waveform: Sine, triangular, square, sawtooth
Frequency response:
±1 dB [sine wave, level: 2 V(p-p), offset: 0 V, 600 Ω termination, reference to 1 kHz, 10 Hz to 100 kHz]
Harmonics: ≤–50 dB [sine wave, level: 2 V(p-p), offset: 0 V, 600 Ω termination, 1 kHz]
Level
Range: 0 to 4 V(p-p), Resolution: 1 mV(p-p), Accuracy: ± [8% of set level + 2 mV(p-p)] ∗600 Ω termination
Offset
Range: –2 to +2 V, Resolution: 1 mV, Accuracy: ± (8% of set level + 2 mV) ∗600 Ω termination
Output connector: 600 Ω, BNC connector (front panel)
• MU368040A CDMA Modulation Unit (incorporated in the MG3681A)
Usable Software
MX368041A W-CDMA Software
Occupied slot number
2 slots
Firmware back up size
CDMA: 2 Mbyte, DSP: 2 Mbyte, FPGA: 4 Mbyte
Mass
700 g
EMC
Same as MG3681A
LVD
Same as MG3681A
• MX368041A W-CDMA Software (with MG3681A and MU368040A)
System
W-CDMA (FDD)
Spreading method
Direct sequence
Modulation method
Up-link: BPSK (data), HPSK (spreading)
Down-link: QPSK (data), QPSK (spreading)
W-CDMA phase
Phase 1, 2, 3 (Phase 2, 3: only for the chip rate)
Channel number
Phase 1: 1 to 512, Phase 2: 1 to 1024, Phase 3: 1 to 2048
Spreading factor
Phase 1: 1 to 512, Phase 2: 1 to 1024, Phase 3: 1 to 2048
Chip rate
Phase 1: 1.6 to 4.125 Mcps, Phase 2: 3.2 to 8.25 Mcps, Phase 3: 6.4 to 16.5 Mcps
Symbol rate
Chip rate/spreading factor
Data rate accuracy
Depends on installed reference oscillator in the MG3680 series or depends on external reference oscillator
Filter mode
ACP (preference to the Adjacent Channel Power ratio), EVM (preference to the Error Vector Magnitude)
Base band filter
Nyquist or Root Nyquist, Roll off ratio: 0.1 to 1.0, Resolution: 0.01
Editable code number
Downloaded
data
Symbol data code
number
1 to 12 (for the settings after spreading process)
2 code max. (The available number of external physical data codes that can be downloaded. When the multi-code
function is used, the total number is 9 codes.)
Symbol data length
4 M symbol/1 code (without power sequence), 1 M symbol/1 code (with power sequence)
Wave data length
Arbitrary wave form data: 512 k word x 2 ch (1 word = 16 bit)
Internal real-time coding channels
P-CCPCH (base station simulation)
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Base station
simulation
Channelization code: Editable for the each 1 to 12 channels
Code: OVSF
Setting range: 0 to (spreading factor – 1)
Scrambling code∗1
Code: Gold sequence
Scrambling code number setting: 00000 h to 3FFFF h
Scrambling code initial phase setting: 00000 h to 3FFFF h
Scrambling code Q-phase offset setting: 00000 h to 3FFFF h
Scrambling code period: 00001 h to 40000 h
Mobile station
simulation
Channelization code: Editable for the each 1 to 12 channels
Code: OVSF
Setting rage: 0 to (spreading factor – 1)
Scrambling code∗1
Long
Code: Gold sequence (HPSK or QPSK)
Scrambling code number setting: 00000 h to 1FFFFFF h
Scrambling code period setting: 0000001 h to 2000000 h
Short∗2
Code: 256 chips sync short scrambling sequence
Scrambling code number setting: 000000 h to FFFFFF h
Spreading
code
4
Internal generating data
Pseudo-random pattern (PN 9, PN 15, PN 23), arbitrary 16 bit repeat pattern (CH11, 12 : Variable repeat pattern of
max. 32 bit)
Code domain power
–40 to 0 dB, off, resolution: 0.1 dB
Power
control
Internal program
function
Programmable each channel’s slot power, period: 2 to 64 slot, resolution: 1 dB
External control
function
Control the arbitrary code power synchronizing with the slot timing by the external input signal (TTL),
resolution: 1 dB
The frame timing offset from the scrambling code’s first phase (resolution: 1 symbol)
The offset of the each scrambling code’s phase (resolution: 1 chip)
Offset
Symbol point of the I/Q output: 0, π/4 rad
I/Q phase
Input signals
Aux.
signal
Output signals
I/Q signal
Output level
Vector error
RF signal
Data: Physical layer (before the spreading) data input (serial).
Frame Clock/Trig: External frame sync. signal input (adjustable the trigger delay)
Power Control: External power control input (1 dB step power control of any 1 code)
Ref. Clock: Sync. input signal for base-band clock (chip rate x 2n)
∗n: phase 1 = 0 to 2, Phase 2 = 0 to 1, Phase 3 = 0
Input connector: TTL, BNC connector (front panel)
Data Clock: Sync. output signal for data output
Data: Symbol data output before spreading
Symbol Clock: Symbol clock output
Ref. Clock: Base-band clock (chip rate x 2n) ∗n: Phase 1 = 0 to 3, Phase 2 = 0 to 2, Phase 3 = 0 to 1
Frame Clock: Pulse output of frame period
Slot Clock: Pulse output of time slot period
Code: Exclusive OR data, channelization code and scrambling code
Output connector: TTL, BNC connector (rear panel)
–––––
√(I2 + Q2 ) = 0.200 V(rms)
∗Maximum code number : 1, filter mode: EVM, 50 Ω termination, connector: BNC connector (front panel)
≤3%(rms) ∗Chip rate: 3.84 Mcps, maximum code number: 1, filter mode: EVM, 18˚ to 35˚C
Frequency rage
10 to 3000 MHz
Output power rage
–143
–143
–143
–143
Continuous mode
range
–10 to +8 dB (maximum code number: except 16 to 19),
–10 to +7.14 dB (maximum code number: 16 to 19)
to
to
to
to
+5 dBm (maximum code number: 1 to 7), –143 to +4 dBm (maximum code number: 8 to 12),
+3 dBm (maximum code number: 13 to 15), –143 to +2.14 dBm (maximum code number: 16 to 19),
+2 dBm (maximum code number: 20 to 31), –143 to +1 dBm (maximum code number: 32 to 50),
0 dBm (maximum code number: ≥51)
Burst on/off ratio
>60 dB (1.9 to 2.3 GHz)
Vector error
≤2%(rms) ∗1.9 to 2.3 GHz, 0 dBm, chip rate: 3.84 Mcps, maximum code number: 1, filter mode: EVM
Carrier leak
≤–30 dBc (≤0 dBm, 18˚ to 35˚C, 1.9 to 2.3 GHz)
Image rejection
≤–40 dBc (≤0 dBm, after calibration, 1.9 to 2.3 GHz)
Level accuracy
Level accuracy of CW ±1.2 dB (1.9 to 2.3 GHz, chip rate: 3.84 Mcps, maximum code number: 1, scrambling code: on,
power control function: off)
Adjacent channel
power ratio
–64 dBc/3.84 MHz (5 MHz offset), –71 dBc/3.84 MHz (10 MHz offset), –68 dBc/3.84 MHz (typical, 5 MHz offset),
–75 dBc/3.84 MHz (typical, 10 MHz offset)
∗1.9 to 2.3 GHz, –3 dBm, maximum code number: 1, filter mode: ACP, 18˚ to 35˚C, by spectrum analyzer with
RMS detector
Spurious
Necessary firmware back up size
<–60 dBc (1.9 to 2.3 GHz, chip rate: 3.84 Mcps, maximum code number: 1, filter mode: ACP)
CDMA: 300 kbyte, DSP: 250 kbyte, FPGA: 100 kbyte
∗1: Equipped with three generators, selectable each channel or off. The start timing of each generator can set with 1 chip resolution.
∗2: Only one selectable from three scrambling code generator
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MG3681A
Main frame
Digital Modulation Signal Generator
B0325
F0014
W1708AE
Standard accessories
Power cord, 2.6 m:
GPIB connector shield cap:
Fuse, 6.3 A:
MG3681A operation manual:
1
1
2
1
pc
pc
pcs
copy
MG3681A-21
Options
Reference oscillator (aging rate: 5 x 10–9/day)
Reference oscillator (aging rate: 5 x 10–10/day)
Additional function of I/Q output (level and offset setting,
differential output)
AF synthesizer (0.01 Hz to 400 kHz, resolution: 0.01 Hz)
MG3681A-90
MG3681A-91
Maintenance service
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 5 years
MU368010A
MU368040A
MU368060A
Expansion units
TDMA Modulation Unit∗1,∗2
CDMA Modulation Unit∗1,∗2
AWGN Unit∗1
W1835AE
W1758AE
W1955AE
Standard accessories
MU368010A operation manual:
MU368040A operation manual:
MU368060A operation manual:
MU368010A-90
MU368010A-91
MU368040A-90
MU368040A-91
MU368060A-90
MU368060A-91
Maintenance service
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 5 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 5 years
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 5 years
MX368011A
MX368012A
MX368041A
MX368042A
Softwares*1
PDC Software (for MU368010A)
GSM Device Test Software (for MU368010A)
W-CDMA Software (for MU368040A)
IS-95 Device Test Software (for MU368040A)
W1836AE
W1837AE
W1759AE
W1838AE
Standard accessories
MX368011A operation manual:
MX368012A operation manual:
MX368041A operation manual:
MX368042A operation manual:
J0576B
J0576D
J0127C
J0127A
J0007
J0008
B0329C
B0331C
B0332
B0333C
B0334C
Optional accessories
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 2 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 0.5 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Front cover (1MW4U)
Front handle (2 pcs/set)
Joint plate (4 pcs/set)
Rack mount kit
Carrying case (Hard type, with front cover and casters)
MG3681A-01
MG3681A-02
MG3681A-11
1 copy
1 copy
1 copy
1
1
1
1
copy
copy
copy
copy
∗1: For the details of expansion units and software, refer to the each catalog.
∗2: The software is required to use the MU368010A/368040A
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DIGITAL MODULATION SIGNAL GENERATOR
MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B, MG3672A
300 kHz to 2.25/2.75 GHz
For Measuring Signals of Digital Mobile Communication Systems in North America, Europe and Japan
4
GPIB
The MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A are digital modulation
signal generators equipped with a high-performance quadrature
modulator. They output the signals needed to develop, test, and evaluate digital mobile communications equipment and related devices
with expansion units.
The MG3670B/C operates from 300 kHz to 2.25 MHz; the
MG3671A/B and MG3672A operate 300 to 2.75 MHz. Both provide
a stable and precise output as well as spectrum purity up to +13
dBm, even with modulation. In addition to testing receiver sensitivity
and excess input, they can be used for testing IF stage performance
and for evaluating device quality. A CMOS-level mode is provided for
I/Q signal input. The input frequency band covers the CDMA spread
spectrum band, expanding the range of applications.
The MG3670C/3671B/3672A can be expanded by rear panel extension connectors to use for auxiliary signal output functions special to
communication system. MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A
can be used in combination with up to eight modulation units and a
burst function unit simultaneously.
The MG0301C/0302A/0305A/0307A/0311A modulation units have a
continuous data generator capable of generating arbitrarily-programmable data signals and ITU-T specification PN9/15 stage PRBS signals. They also have band-limiting filters and can output I/Q baseband signals.
The MG0303A Burst Function Unit uses the frame and slot configuration stipulated by various communication systems and has a modulation pattern generator function and a function for ramp control of
carrier burst signals. It can also handle data editing and scrambling.
The MG0310A Modulation Unit generates SS + QPSK/OQPSK modulated (1.2288 Mcps) I/Q baseband signals, supporting the CDMA
system (TIA/EIA/IS-95) used in US Digital Cellular Systems and the
US Personal Communications Service (PCS).
Anritsu-developed DSP and ASIC technology is used in the MG0310A
to achieve superior waveform quality factor (ρ) and spurious emission characteristics. Channel multiplexed signals are supported for
both forward and reverse links. With two MG0310A units mounted in
the MG3670C/3671B/3672A, all the test signals required to conform
to TIA/EIA/IS-95, -97, and -98 can be generated. Simultaneous outputs from the rear extension connectors using long and short codes,
etc., support a wide range of applications including RF related tests,
IF stage performance tests, and device and module quality evaluation. (Option 25 is required to install the MG0310A in the
MG3670B/3671A. The auxiliary signal output function is not installed,
so long/short codes cannot be output.)
The MG0312A QPSK Modulation Unit generates QPSK/OQPSK
modulated I/Q baseband signals at 8 high-speed bit rates between
500 kbps and 2.4576 Mbps. Built-in modulation data includes PN7/
PN9/PN15/PN23 pseudorandom patterns. Use over a wide range is
supported by multiple baseband filters and the Phase Encoding function, which allows modulation data to be voluntarily phase mapped
onto a constellation. At the 2.4576 Mbps rate, the evaluation of transmission section devices and modules can be performed such as RF
power amplifier for CDMA mobile stations.
Communication systems
Units
PHS, PDC, PDC_H,
NADC, TFTS
MG0301C
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit
GSM, PCN (DCS1800),
CT2
MG0302A
GMSK Modulation Unit
DECT
MG0305A
GFSK Modulation Unit
PACS, WCPE, PHS
MG0307A
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit
TETRA
MG0311A
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit
IS-95
MG0303B
Burst Function Unit
MG0310A CDMA Modulation Unit∗1
MG0312A QPSK Modulation Unit
∗1 MG3670B, MG3671A: Requires Option 25
Features
• Compatible with communication system measurement signals of
Japan, North America and Europe
• High modulation accuracy (≤1.8% rms vector error)
• Outputs modulation signals suited to each communication system
• Internal pattern generator with data-editing and scrambling functions
• Outputs IS-95 channel multiplex signal
• Wide range (30 MHz, 3 dB) I/Q Input (only for MG3672A)
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Basic performance
• I/Q input supporting wide range of applications (only for
MG3672A)
The MG3672A is equipped with wide-band I/Q input from DC to 30
MHz (3 dB) so that wide-band quadrature modulation can be performed. This ensures that the MG3672A will remain fully compatible
with communication systems for which band expansion is planned in
the future.
SSB phase noise at 1.9 GHz
• Large output level
Through use of new AGC circuitry, the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B,
and MG3672A produce a highly precise output at levels down to
–143 dBm with stable frequency characteristics, not only for output
of unmodulated signals but also with π/4 DQPSK modulation accompanied by amplitude fluctuations and when outputting burst signals.
The MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A can generate a high
output level of up to +13 dBm over a broad range of frequencies, so
amplifiers are not needed even when testing receivers for excess
input and in testing other devices.
Frequency response for I/Q external modulation (typical values)
• I/Q signal I/O over broad frequency range (only for MG3670B/C,
MG3671A/B)
A quadrature modulator is built in, and external I/Q signals can be input to enable use with a variety of digital modulation modes, including QPSK, 8PSK, and M16QAM. The modulation band for I/Q input
signals is broad, covering the CDMA spread spectrum bandwidth.
Further, by adding an expansion unit, I/Q signal output can be obtained from the internal data generator. Either 50 Ω or CMOS-level
compatibility can be selected for I/Q signals. Functions for adjusting
the level balance, offset, and phase are also provided for greater utility in evaluating modulators/demodulators and other devices.
Output level frequency characteristics
Level (dB)
0
–1
–2
–3
(50 Ω/0.5 Vrms mode)
30 k
100 k 300 k
1M
3M
I/Q signal input frequency (Hz)
10 M
Frequency response for I/Q external modulation (typical values)
• Excellent spectral purity
The SSB phase noise characteristic is an excellent –120 dBc/Hz or
less (100 kHz offset). The adjacent channel power characteristic excels as the interference signal source during modulation.
Output level accuracy at 1.9 GHz
• High modulation accuracy
A vector error of less than 1.8%rms is assured for output levels up to
+5 dBm over the entire operating frequency range. This high modulation accuracy is also achieved when the expansion units are used.
Even when the MG0301C and MG0303B units are installed and π/4
DQPSK modulation burst signals are generated, the vector error is
less than 1.8%rms. The MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A
enable measurement and quality evaluation of receivers and other
devices with more than adequate precision.
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Functions and performances with expansion unit
• Frame structure and data
TDMA
The MG0303B incorporates TDMA frames for various kinds of communication systems, as well as modulation patterns for each time
slot. Modulation patterns for device evaluation and for up/down communication channels are provided and are output at the timing required by the system. Hence the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B, and
MG3672A can generate the burst signals needed to measure various
digital communication systems.
Time slots specified for different communication systems can be selected freely. There is considerable freedom in choosing the modulation pattern within slots; either a PN9 or PN15 TCH segment can be
chosen, and part of the data outside the TCH segment can be edited.
The pattern memory function can be used to store and recall patterns.
A data scrambling function is provided as standard, and any initial
code can be set permitting more sophisticated evaluations and diagnostics using the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A as a supposed base station and mobile equipment.
The internal modulation pattern can also be driven by an external
clock, so margin tests can be conducted by varying the clock pulse.
• Excellent leakage power characteristics during carrier-off
The rising and falling edges of burst signals have a gentle waveform
with a duration equivalent to two symbols, and the leakage power
during carrier-off characteristics are excellent.
4
PHS
Pattern edit display
Slot rise time waveform
CDMA
MG0310A has various TIA/EIA/IS-95 frame formats and encoder
functions built-in for each channel type. For example, frame format of
signalling, communication, and Multiplex Option 1 are provided to
support Rate Set 1 (1200 ... 9600 bps) and Rate Set 2 (1800 ...
14400 bps) for the Traffic Channel. In combination with the Burst
Randomizer function, this allows system support at all rates, even for
reverse links. For internal data you can select either a PN7, 9, or 15
pseudo-random pattern, or a user settable 16-bit data repeating pattern, all fully editable. Operation can be from internal RAM user-definable sequence data or from external serial data.
• Superior spurious emission characteristics
Spurious emissions are guaranteed to be lower than –60 dBc (±900
kHz detuning, 30 kHz bandwidth) and –70 dBc (±1.98 MHz detuning,
30 kHz bandwidth) with MG0310A installed in the MG3670C/3671B/
3672A mainframe (for output level: 0 dBm, baseband filter: SPEC 2).
Using this baseband filter gives a waveform quality factor (ρ) of 0.999
or better. This filter conforms to IS-95, providing 3-step switching.
Selecting the best step for each evaluation item gives even higher
performance. This excellent basic performance in a standard digital
modulation signal generator makes it the ideal choice for the development and manufacture of digital mobile wireless equipment and
related devices/modules.
Pattern setting display
Modulation spectrum
(with MG0310A installed in the MG3670C/3671B/3672A)
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Specifications (refer to the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B, and MG3672A data sheet for more details)
• MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B, and MG3672A Digital Modulation Signal Generator
Carrier
frequency
Frequency range
300 kHz to 2250 MHz (MG3670B/C), 300 kHz to 2750 MHz (MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Accuracy
Depends on installed reference oscillator∗1
Internal reference
oscillator
Frequency: 10 MHz
Start-up characteristics: ≤1 x 10–7/day (after 30 min. warm-up), ≤5 x 10–8/day (after 60 min. warm-up)
Aging rate: ≤2 x 10–8/day (after 24 h warm-up)
Temperature characteristics: ≤±5 x 10–8 (0˚ to 50˚C)
External reference
input
10 MHz or 13 MHz (±10 ppm), 2 to 5 Vp-p, BNC connector (rear panel)
Reference output
10 MHz, 2 to 5 Vp-p, BNC connector (rear panel)
Level range∗2
–143 to +13 dBm (resolution: 0.1 dB)
Frequency response
≤±1 dB (at 0 dBm output)
Level accuracy∗2
Output
Signal purity
Digital
modulation
Pulse
modulation
Memory
function
Other
functions
Output level/frequency
≤1000 MHz
–33 to +13 dBm
±1 dB
±2 dB
–123 to –33.1 dBm
±1.5 dB
±2 dB
–136 to –123.1 dBm
±3 dB
±4 dB
>1000 MHz
Impedance
50 Ω, N-type connector
Continuously
variable level∗2
Continuously variable output over 20 dB range (+8 to –12 dB) in 0.1 dB steps within upper and lower limits of any
output level
Level unit
dBm, dBµ, µV, mV, V (dBµ, µV, mV, V selected terminate/open voltage display)
Interference
radiation
≤1 µV ∗Measured 25 mm from cabinet (except rear panel) with two-turn 25 mm diameter loop antenna, terminated
with 50 Ω load, ≤+5 dBm output, CW
Spurious
(at ≤+5 dBm output)
≤–65 dBc (≥100 kHz offset, ≤±100 MHz bandwidth), ≤–50 dBc (≥100 kHz offset, full band),
≤–40 dBc [≥2.65 GHz, spurious at 5.4–Fout (carrier frequency) GHz], ≤–30 dBc (harmonics)
SSB phase noise
≤–120 dBc/Hz (100 kHz offset, CW)
Internal modulation
Depends on installed modulation unit (MG0301C/0302A/0305A/0307A/0310A/0311A/0312A)
External
modulation
For MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B
Any modulation using I/Q input signal
Input frequency: DC to 1.2 MHz∗3
Input level: √ I2 ± Q2 ≤0.5 Vrms, BNC connector ∗I/Q ≤1.5 Vp-p (50 Ω), I/Q ≤10% to 100% of 1.5 Vp-p (CMOS)
Vector error: ≤1.8%rms (I/Q input level: 1 Vrms/50 Ω, at ≤+5 dBm output)
For MG3672A
50 Ω input
Input frequency: DC to 30 MHz (BW: 3 dB, 18˚ to 30˚C), Input level: √ I2 ± Q2 ≤1.0 Vrms, I/Q ≤1.5 Vp-p
CMOS input
Input frequency: DC to 1.2 MHz, Input level: √ I2 ± Q2 ≤1.0 Vrms, I/Q ≤1.5 Vp-p
I/Q output
Outputs I/Q signal at internal modulation (MG0301C/0302A/0305A/0307A/0310A/0311A/0312A installed)
Input
TTL level, BNC connector, polarity selectable
On/off ratio
≥40 dB (at ≥0 dBm output)
Transition time
≤2 µs, minimum pulse width: 10 µs
Frequency memory
1000 carrier frequencies (save and recall)
Parameter memory
100 panel settings (save and recall)
Relative display
Carrier frequency, output level
I/Q signal adjustment
Variable offset, balance, phase (only output) of I/Q input/output signal (DC to 1.2 MHz)
Backup
Last settings stored at power-off
Reverse power
protection
Maximum reverse input power: 50 W (<1000 MHz), 25 W (≥1000 MHz), ±50 Vdc
GPIB
All functions except power switch and panel lock switch controlled
Interface function: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT0, C0, E2
Operating temperature
0˚ to 50˚C
Power
100 to 120/200 to 240 Vac (switchable), 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤550 VA
Dimensions and mass
(426±5) W x (221.5±4) H x (451±5) D mm, ≤27 kg
∗1: Internal reference oscillator accuracy: 2 x 10–8/day (23˚ ±5˚C), calibrated after 24 h operation
∗2: Depended on the specifications of each units when MG0310A unit are installed.
∗3: Refer to the “Frequency response for I/Q external modulation (typical value)” on page 217 for the input frequency range. Typical values are given for reference
only to assist in the use of this instrument, and are not guaranteed specifications.
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• MG0301C π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit (incorporated in the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Applicable
communication system
PDC, PDC_H, PHS, NADC, TFTS
Modulation system
π/4 DQPSK
Vector error
I/Q signal: ≤1.5%rms (at 50 Ω output), RF signal: ≤1.8%rms (at ≤+5 dBm output)
Internal modulation
data
Pseudorandom pattern: PN15, PN9
Free 4-bit repetition pattern (ex: 1010, 1111)
External modulation
data
DATA CLOCK: Covering ±5% of bit rate
DATA: Digital data synchronized with DATA CLOCK
SYMBOL CLOCK: Clock specified by DATA synchronized with DATA CLOCK
TTL level, BNC connector, polarity selectable
I/Q signal output
Selectable 50 Ω or CMOS (600 Ω), BNC connector
50 Ω setting [modulation data: 0000 (TFTS: 1111)]: 1 Vp-p ±2% (MG3670A/B/C, MG3671A/B), 2 Vp-p ±2% (MG3672A)
CMOS setting [modulation data: 0000 (TFTS: 1111)]
Variable in 10% steps over range of 10% to 100% of 1 Vp-p ±2%, variable offset voltage: 0 to 4 V in 1 mV steps (MG3670A/B/C,
MG3671A/B)
Variable in 10% steps over range of 10% to 100% of 2 Vp-p ±2%, variable offset voltage: 0 to 4 V in 1 mV steps (MG3672A)
PDC, PDC_H
Carrier frequency range:
300 kHz to 2250 MHz∗1 (incorporated in the MG3670B/C), 300 kHz to 2750 MHz (incorporated in the MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 42 kbps
Baseband filter: Root Nyquist (α = 0.5), Nyquist (α = 0.5)
PHS
Carrier frequency range:
1 to 2250 MHz∗1 (incorporated in the MG3670B/C), 1 to 2750 MHz (incorporated in the MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 384 kbps
Baseband filter: Root Nyquist (α = 0.5), Nyquist (α = 0.5)
Adjacent channel power ratio: ≤–74 dB (600/900 kHz offset, ±96 kHz band, ≥10 MHz)∗2
NADC
Carrier frequency range:
300 kHz to 2250 MHz∗1 (incorporated in the MG3670B/C), 300 kHz to 2750 MHz (incorporated in the MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 48.6 kbps
Baseband filter: Root Nyquist (α = 0.35), Nyquist (α = 0.35)
TFTS
Carrier frequency range:
300 kHz to 2250 MHz∗1 (incorporated in the MG3670B/C), 300 kHz to 2750 MHz (incorporated in the MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 44.2 kbps
Baseband filter: Root Nyquist (α = 0.4), Nyquist (α = 0.4)
∗1: The upper frequency is limited by the specifications of the main frame in which this unit is installed.
∗2: Applicable when this unit is installed in MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A. Not applicable when this unit is installed in MG3670A.
• MG0302A GMSK Modulation Unit (incorporated in the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Applicable communication system
GSM, DCS1800 (PCN), CT2
Modulation system
GMSK
Phase error
I/Q signal: ≤1˚
≤2˚
RF signal: ≤1˚
≤2˚
rms,
rms,
rms,
rms,
≤3˚
≤5˚
≤3˚
≤5˚
peak
peak
peak
peak
(at
(at
(at
(at
1 Vrms/50 Ω output, 25˚ ±5˚C, after 30 min. warm-up)
1 Vrms/50 Ω output)
≤+5 dBm output, 25˚ ±5˚C, after 30 min. warm-up)
≤+5 dBm output)
Internal modulation data
Pseudorandom pattern: PN15, PN9, free 4-bit repetition pattern (ex: 1010, 1111)
External modulation data
DATA CLOCK: Covering ±5% of bit rate, DATA: Digital data synchronized with DATA CLOCK
∗TTL level, BNC connector, polarity selectable
I/Q signal output
Selectable 50 Ω or CMOS (600 Ω), BNC connector
50 Ω setting (modulation data: 0000): 1 Vp-p ±2% (MG3670A/B/C, MG3671A/B), 2 Vp-p ±2% (MG3672A)
CMOS setting (modulation data: 0000)
Variable in 10% steps over range of 10% to 100% of 1 Vp-p ±2%, variable offset voltage: 0 to 4 V in 1 mV steps
(MG3670A/B/C, MG3671A/B), Variable in 10% steps over range of 10% to 100% of 2 Vp-p ±2%, variable offset voltage:
0 to 4 V in 1 mV steps (MG3672A)
GSM/PCN (DCS1800)
Carrier wave frequency range:
1 to 2250 MHz∗1 (incorporated in the MG3670B/C), 1 to 2750 MHz (incorporated in the MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 270.833 kbps
Baseband filter: Gaussian filter BbT = 0.3
CT2
Carrier wave frequency range: 300 kHz to 2250 MHz∗1(incorporated in the MG3670B/C),
300 kHz to 2750 MHz (incorporated in the MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 72 kbps
Baseband filter: Gaussian filter BbT = 0.5
∗1: The upper frequency is limited by the specifications of the mainframe in which this unit is installed.
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• MG0305A GFSK Modulation Unit (incorporated in the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Applicable communication system
DECT
Modulation system
GFSK
Vector error
I/Q signal: ≤12 kHz (at 1 Vrms/50 Ω output), RF signal: ≤12 kHz (at ≤+5 dBm output, modulation data: FFFF)
Internal modulation data
Pseudo-random pattern: PN15/PN9, Free 16-bit repetition pattern (ex: 0F0F, 00FF)
External modulation data
DATA CLOCK: Covering ±5% of bit rate, DATA: Digital data synchronized with DATA CLOCK
∗TTL level, BNC connector, polarity selectable
I/Q signal output
Selectable 50 Ω or CMOS (600 Ω), BNC connector
50 Ω setting (modulation data: 0000): 1 Vp-p ±6% (MG3670A/B/C, MG3671A/B), 2 Vp-p ±6% (MG3672A)
CMOS setting (modulation data: 0000)
Variable in 10% steps over range of 10% to 100% of 1 Vp-p ±6%, variable offset voltage: 0 to 4 V in 1 mV steps
(MG3670A/B/C, MG3671A/B), Variable in 10% steps over range of 10% to 100% of 2 Vp-p ±6%, variable offset voltage:
0 to 4 V in 1 mV steps (MG3672A)
Phase polarity
Polarity reversal of frequency deviation during modulation is possible.
Carrier frequency range:
5 to 2250 MHz∗1 (incorporated in the MG3670B/C), 5 to 2750 MHz (incorporated in the MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 1152 kbps
Deviation ratio: 70% (202 kHz), 90% (259 kHz), 100% (288 kHz), 140% (403 kHz), at BbT=0.5
Baseband filter: Gaussian filter BbT = 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, at deviation ratio = 100%
DECT
∗1: The upper frequency is limited by the specifications of the mainframe in which this unit is installed.
• MG0307A π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit (incorporated in the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Applicable communication system
PACS, WCPE, PHS
Modulation system
π/4 DQPSK
Vector error
I/Q signal: ≤1.5%rms (at 1 Vrms/50 Ω output), RF signal: ≤1.8%rms (at ≤+5 dBm output)
Internal data mode
Pseudo-random pattern: PN15, PN9
Free 16-bit repetition pattern (ex: 0F0F, 00FF): WCPE
Free 4-bit repetition pattern (ex: 0101, 0011): PACS, PHS
External data mode
DATA CLOCK: Covering ±5% of bit rate
DATA: Digital data synchronized with DATA CLOCK
SYMBOL CLOCK: Clock specified by DATA synchronized with DATA CLOCK
TTL level, BNC connector, polarity selectable
I/Q signal output
Selectable 50 Ω or CMOS (600 Ω), BNC connector
50 Ω setting (modulation data: 0000): 1 Vp-p ±5% (MG3670A/B/C, MG3671A/B), 2 Vp-p ±5% (MG3672A)
CMOS setting (modulation data: 0000)
Variable in 10% steps over range of 10% to 100% of 1 Vp-p ±5%, variable offset voltage: 0 to 4 V in 1 mV steps
(MG3670A/B/C, MG3671A/B), Variable in 10% steps over range of 10% to 100% of 2 Vp-p ±5%, variable offset voltage:
0 to 4 V in 1 mV steps (MG3672A)
Phase encode function
Invertible phase polarity at modulation
PACS
Carrier frequency range:
1 to 2250 MHz∗1 (incorporated in the MG3670B/C), 1 to 2750 MHz (incorporated in the MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 384 kbps
Baseband filter: Root Nyquist (α = 0.5), Nyquist (α = 0.5)
WCPE
Carrier frequency range:
5 to 2250 MHz∗1 (incorporated in the MG3670B/C), 5 to 2750 MHz (incorporated in the MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 1152 kbps
Baseband filter: Root Nyquist (α = 0.5), Nyquist (α = 0.5)
PHS
Carrier frequency range:
1 to 2250 MHz∗1 (incorporated in the MG3670B/C), 1 to 2750 MHz (incorporated in the MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 384 kbps
Baseband filter: Root Nyquist (α = 0.5), Nyquist (α = 0.5)
Adjacent channel power ratio: ≤–74 dB (600/900 kHz offset, ±96 kHz band, ≥10 MHz)∗2
∗1: The upper frequency is limited by the specifications of the mainframe in which this unit is installed.
∗2: Applicable when this unit is installed in MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A. Not applicable when this unit is installed in MG3670A.
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• MG0311A π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit (incorporated in MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Applicable communication system
TETRA
Modulation system
π/4 DQPSK
Vector error
I/Q signal: ≤1.5%rms (at 50 Ω output); RF signal: ≤1.8%rms (at ≤+5 dBm output)
Internal modulation data
Pseudo-random pattern: PN15/PN9, Free 4-bit repetition pattern (ex: 0101, 0011)
External modulation data
DATA CLOCK: Covering ±5% of bit rate
DATA: Digital data synchronized with DATA CLOCK
SYMBOL CLOCK: Clock specified by DATA synchronized with DATA CLOCK
∗TTL level, BNC connector, polarity selectable
I/Q signal output
Selectable 50 Ω or CMOS (600 Ω), BNC connector
50 Ω setting (modulation data: 0000): 1 Vp-p ±5% (MG3670A/B/C, MG3671A/B), 2 Vp-p ±5% (MG3672A)
CMOS setting (modulation data: 0000)
Variable in 10% steps over range of 10% to 100% of 1 Vp-p ±5%, variable offset voltage: 0 to 4 V in 1 mV steps
(MG3670A/B/C, MG3671A/B), Variable in 10% steps over range of 10% to 100% of 2 Vp-p ±5%, variable offset voltage:
0 to 4 V in 1 mV steps (MG3672A)
Phase encode function
Invertible phase change polarity at modulation
TETRA
Carrier frequency range:
300 kHz to 2250 MHz∗1 (incorporated in MG3670B/C), 300 kHz to 2750 MHz (incorporated in MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Bit rate: 36 kbps
Baseband filter: Root Nyquist (α = 0.35), Nyquist (α = 0.35)
Adjacent channel leakage power ratio∗2: ≤–48 dB (25 kHz offset, ±9 kHz band), ≤–67 dB (50 kHz offset, ±9 kHz band)
∗1: The upper frequency is limited by the specifications of the mainframe in which this unit is installed.
∗2: Also applicable when this unit is installed in the MG3670A with option 11 (low adjustment channel leakage power). This unit can not be installed in the
MG3670A without option 11.
• MG0303B Burst Function Unit (incorporated in the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
Applicable communication system
Internal data mode
TDMA framing specified for each system; modulation in each time slot using any internal modulation data
Internal data
Pseudo-random pattern: PN15/PN9∗1 (for device)
Specified pattern based on communication channel format specified for each system:
Up/down communication channel, VOX signal control
TCH section consists of pseudo-random pattern PN15/PN9∗1
External data mode
DATA CLOCK: Covering ±5% of bit rate
DATA: Digital data synchronized with DATA CLOCK
SYMBOL CLOCK: Clock specified by DATA synchronized with DATA CLOCK
BURST GATE: Burst signal synchronized with DATA CLOCK (on: ≥14 symbols, off: ≥8 symbols)
TTL level, BNC connector, polarity selectable
Modulation
signal
Burst trigger input
Control
signal
output
RF output
Burst wave output synchronized with trigger input signal of burst repetition rate (frame cycle) at internal modulation
Input period: ≤burst repetition rate ±1 symbol [PDC, PDC_H, PHS, NADC, GSM, PCN (DCS1800), CT2, DECT, PACS,
WCPE, TETRA], ≤burst repetition rate ±1/2 symbol (TFTS)
TTL level, BNC connector (rear panel), polarity selectable
Burst trigger output
Outputs 1-symbol wide pulse at same cycle as burst waveform output at internal modulation
TTL level, BNC connector (rear panel), polarity selectable
Pattern sync output
Following outputs selectable at internal modulation
PN CLOCK: Data clock corresponding to pseudo-random pattern part
PN GATE: Gate signal corresponding to pseudo-random pattern part
RF GATE: Signal for controlling pulse modulator in accordance with burst signal output
TTL level, BNC connector (rear panel)
Burst gate output
Outputs gate signal corresponding to burst waveform output at internal modulation
TTL level, BNC connector (rear panel), polarity selectable
Burst on/off ratio
≥80 dB (+5 dBm output, PDC, PDC_H, NADC, CT2, TFTS, TETRA), ≥75 dB (+5 dBm output, PHS, GSM, PCN, PACS),
≥70 dB (+5 dBm output, DECT, WCPE)
Rise/fall time
Equivalent to 2 symbols
Memory (pattern memory)
Burst repetition rate
NADC
PDC, PDC_H, PHS, NADC, TFTS (with MG0301C)
GSM, PCN (DCS1800), CT2 (with MG0302A)
DECT (with MG0305A)
PACS, WCPE, PHS (with MG0307A)
TETRA (with MG0311A)
Max. 100 patterns/system (save and recall of internal modulation pattern data)
20 ms
Slot configuration
For device, up/down communication channel
Output slot select
On/off selectable for any slots of slot 0 to slot 2 (excluding all slots off)
Edit function
SYNC/SACCH/CDVCC: Any data, DATA: PN9, PN15∗1 selectable
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PDC
PDC_H
PHS
TFTS
GSM, PCN
(DCS1800)
CT2
DECT
PACS
WCPE
PHS
Burst repetition rate
20 ms (PPC), 40 ms (PDC_H)
Slot configuration
For device, up/down communication channel, up VOX control
Output slot select
On/off selectable for any slots of slot 0 to slot 2 (PDC)/slot 5 (PDC_H) ∗excluding all slots off
Edit function
SW/CC/SACCH: Any data, TCH: PN9, PN15∗1 selectable
Scramble function
TCH + SF + SACCH scramble on/off, any scramble code setting
Burst repetition rate
5 ms
Slot configuration
For device, up/down communication channel, VOX control
Output slot select
On/off selectable for any slots of slot 1 to slot 4 (excluding all slots off)
Edit function
UW/SA: Any data, TCH: PN9, PN15∗1 selectable
Scramble function
TCH + CRC, scramble and secret scramble on/off, any scramble code setting
Adjacent channel
power leakage ratio
≤–74 dB (600/900 kHz offset, ±96 kHz band, ≥10 MHz)∗2
Burst repetition rate
80 ms
Slot configuration
For device, up/down communication channel
Output slot select
On/off selectable for any slots of slot 0 to slot 16 (Device/UP TCH: Slots 16 is off at all time, excluding all slots off)
Edit function
S: Any data, DATA: PN9, PN15∗1 selectable
Burst repetition rate
4.615 ms
Slot configuration
For device, normal burst (communication channel)
Output slot select
On/off selectable for any slots of slot 0 to slot 7 (excluding all slots off)
Edit function
TS: Any data, E: PN9, PN15∗1 selectable
Burst repetition rate
2 ms
Slot configuration
Up/down communication channel (MUX 1.2, MUX 1.4, MUX 2)
Edit function
D, B, Da, Db, CHM/SYNC data selectable
Scramble function
B scramble on/off, any scramble code setting
Burst repetition rate
10 ms
Slot configuration
For device, up/down communication channel
Output slot select
Full slot: Slot 0 to slot 11 (down channel), slot 12 to slot 23 (up channel)
Half slot: Slot 0-0 to slot 11-1 (down channel), slot 12-0 to slot 23-1 (up channel)
Double slot: Slot 0 to slot 10 (down channel), slot 12 to slot 22 (up channel)
∗On/off selectable for any slots (excluding all slots off)
Edit function
S, H, T: Any data
D: PN15/PN9∗1, all-0 or all-1 selectable (for device evaluation)
D: PN15/PN9∗1, TEST or REP-8 bits any data selectable (for communication channel)
Burst repetition rate
2.5 ms
Slot configuration
For device, up/down communication channel
Output slot select
On/off selectable for any slots of slot 0 to slot 7 (excluding all slots off)
Edit function
PN: PN9, PN15∗1 selectable (for device), DE/SC/R/SYC/PCC: Any data, FC: PN9∗1, PN15∗1, all-0 or all-1 selectable
(PN15 selectable only for 1 slot)
Burst repetition rate
10 ms
Slot configuration
For device, up/down communication channel
Output slot select
Full slot: Slot 0 to slot 11 (down), slot 12 to slot 23 (up); Half slot: Slot 0-0 to slot 11-1 (down), slot 12-0 to slot 23-1 (up);
Double slot: Slot 0 to slot 10 (down), slot 12 to slot 22 (up) ∗On/off selectable for any slots (excluding all slots off)
Edit function
S/H/T: Any data
D: PN9∗1, PN15∗1, all-0 or all-1 selectable (for device)
D: PN9∗1, PN15∗1, TEST or REP 8-bits any data selectable (for communication channel)
Burst repetition rate
5 ms
Slot configuration
For device, up/down communication channel, VOX control, sync burst
Output slot select
On/off selectable for any slots of slot 1 to slot 4 (excluding all slots off)
Edit function
UW/SA etc.: Any data, TCH: PN9, PN15∗1 selectable
Scramble function
TCH + CRC, scramble on/off, any scramble code setting
Adjacent channel
leakage power ratio
≤–74 dB (600/900 kHz offset, ±96 kHz band, ≥10 MHz)∗2
Burst repetition rate
V + D mode: 1.02; Excluding CH13, 255 to 30000 symbols; CH13
PDO mode: 1.00; Excluding CH14, 126 to 30000 symbols; CH14
Burst pattern
Following channel types selectable
V + D mode: CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4, CH13; Downlink, CH7, CH8, CH9, CH10, CH11; Uplink
PDO mode: CH5, CH6, CH14; Downlink, CH12; Uplink
Slot configuration
V + D mode: DEVICE, NORMAL, SYNC; Downlink, DEVICE NORMAL, CONTROL; Uplink
PDO mode: NORMAL, SYNC; Downlink, START, EVEN, ODD, END; Uplink
Output slot select
V + D mode: On/off selectable for any slots of slot 1 to slot 4 (excluding CH13 and all slots off)
Frame 1 to Frame 17 set to the same values
PDO mode: Variable slot numbers of slot 1 to slot 150 (excluding CH14)
TETRA
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TETRA
Edit function
V + D mode: Downlink NORMAL; Any SB, SSB, NTS field data
SYNC; Any FC, SSB1, STS, SBB, SB2 field data
Uplink
NORMAL; Any SB, NTS field data
CONTROL; Any SCB, ETS field data
PDO mode: Downlink SYNC; Any FC, SB, STS field data
NORMAL; Any SB, NTS field data
Uplink
START; Any ETS, SB field data, R bit Length
EVEN; Any NTS field data
Scramble function
Any scramble code setting
∗1: The pseudorandom pattern in each slot has a different phase, and its pattern is continuous within the data field of slots.
∗2: Applicable when this unit is installed in MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B, and MG3672A. Not applicable when this unit is installed in MG3670A.
• MG0310A CDMA Modulation Unit (incorporated in the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A)*1
Carrier frequency range
4 kHz to 2250 MHz (MG3670B/C), 4 kHz to 2750 MHz (MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
RF output level
–143 to +8 dBm, 0.1 dB steps (1 channel only on, PCB MUX must be off when traffic present)
–143 to +4 dBm, 0.1 dB steps (multiplex channel)
Frequency response, level accuracy: Depends on main frame (after level calibration)
Supported systems
IS-95: US Digital Cellular System
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Modulation format
Forward link: SS + QPSK; Reverse link: SS + OQPSK
Chip rate
1.2288 Mcps
Baseband filters
IS-95 recommended filters: SPEC 1, SPEC 2, SPEC 3, SPEC 1 + EQ, SPEC 2 + EQ, SPEC 3 + EQ
Nyquist filters: α = 0.2, 0.25, 0.3, 0.35, 0.4, 0.45, 0.5
Root Nyquist filters: α = 0.2, 0.25, 0.3, 0.35, 0.4, 0.45, 0.5
Forward
link
Reverse
link
Multiplex channels
Channels 1 to 5
Supported channels
CH 1: Current Pilot, Off
CH 2 to CH 5: Nth Pilot, Sync, Paging, Traffic, OCNS, Off
(Sync available for 1 selected channel only, all channels cannot be turned off simultaneously.)
Spread code
Walsh code + Short code
Walsh code
Point: 0, Sync: 32, Paging: 1 to 7, Traffic: 8 to 31/33 to 63, OCNS: 0 to 63
(Except for Pilot code, same code number cannot be set for multiple channels.)
Short code offset
0 to 3276 chips in 64 chip steps (for Current Pilot), 1 chip steps (for Nth Pilot)
Data rate
Sync 1200 bps, Paging: 4800/9600 bps, OCNS: 19200 sps, Traffic: 1200/2400/4800/9600 bps,
1800/3600/7200/14400 bps (Single channel selection only, except for 9600/14400 bps)
Channel level
(RF output level + upper limit for each no. of multiplex channels) to –20 dB in 0.1 dB steps
Upper limit for each no. of multiplex channels: –3 dB (2 channels), –5 dB (3 channels), –6 dB (4 channels), –7 dB (5 channels)
∗Level is set automatically for channel with highest CH number, user setting not possible.
Scramble function
Long code scramble on/off (for Paging/Traffic/OCNS)
PCB MUX function
Power control bit transmission on/off (for Traffic)
PCB data: Selectable 256 bit data repeating pattern
Long code mask
42 bits can be set by user in each channel (scramble On, PCB MUX On)
Multiplex channels
Channels 1 to 4
Supported channels
CH 1: Traffic, Access, Interfered
CH 2 to CH 4: Traffic, Access, Interfered, Off
Spread code
Long code + short code
Long code mask
42 bits can be set by user in each channel.
Data rates
Access: 4800 bps, Interfered: 28800 sps
Traffic: 1200/2400/4800/9600 bps, 1800/3600/7200/14400 bps (For CH1 only on, except for 9600/14400 bps)
Channel level
(RF output level + upper limit for each no. of multiplex channels) to –15 dB in 0.1 dB steps,
Upper limit for each No. of multiplex channels: 0 dB (2 channels), 2 dB (3 channels), –3 dB (4 channels)
CH 1 is fixed on upper limit, user setting not possible.
Power monitor
function
CH 1 to CH 4 composite output level, CH 2 to CH 4 composite output level (N), S/N ratio of CH 1 output level (S),
CH 1 Eb/N (Multiplex channel only)
Frame offset
0 to 15 power control group (PCG) in 1 PCG steps
Internal frame structure
Frame formats for all channel types specified by IS-95
Internal modulation data
Pseudo-random patterns: PN7, PN9, PN15
Fixed pattern: User settable 16 bit data repeating pattern
Sequence data: User can set sequence data in internal RAM (2048 bits x 7 blocks) as repeating pattern of 1 to 8192 frames.
External modulation data
Using internal time reference clock
Data Clock: Data rate clock synched to Ref Clock and Frame Clock
Data: Digital data synched to Data Clock
ESTM Clock: 0.5 pulse/s clock synched to Ref Clock and Data Clock
Frame Clock: Channel frame clock synched to Ref Clock and ESTM Clock
BNC connector, TTL level, polarity switchable
Using external time reference clock
Ref Clock: ±2% of 19.6608, 9.8304, 4.9152, 2.4576 or 1.2288 MHz
Data: Digital data synched to Data Clock
ESTM Clock: 0.5 pulse/s clock synched to Ref Clock and Data Clock
Frame Clock: Channel frame clock synched to Ref Clock and ESTM Clock
BNC connector, TTL level, polarity switchable
I/Q signal output
50 Ω or CMOS (600 Ω), BNC connector
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≤0 dBm output, CH1 only on, level control program function Off
VEM ≤2.5%rms, ρ ≤0.9992 (With SPEC 1 baseband filter)
VEM ≤3.5%rms, ρ ≤0.999 (With SPEC 2 baseband filter)
VEM ≤9.7%rms, ρ ≤0.99 (With SPEC 3 baseband filter)
VEM ≤3.0%rms (With Nyquist/Root Nyquist baseband filter)
Modulation accuracy (VEM),
Waveform quality (ρ)
0 dBm output, 30 kHz bandwidth (Forward link/Reverse link, Default)
Offset frequency
Baseband filter
Spurious emissions
≥750 kHz
≥900 kHz
≤–55 dBc
≤–60 dBc
≤–45 dBc
≤–60 dBc
≤–70 dBc
≤–65 dBc
≤–75 dBc
SPEC 1 + EQ/SPEC 1
SPEC 2 + EQ/SPEC 2
SPEC 3 + EQ/SPEC 3
≥1.98 MHz
Level control program function
Variable level in 1 dB steps from RF output level to 0 to –20 dB range in 1.25 ms units (program interval: 800 ms)
Control signal I/O
Long code trigger input, ESTM output, ESTM alignment output, data output, data clock output, frame clock output, time
reference clock output, TTL level, BNC connector (rear panel)
Auxiliary signal outputs∗2
Long code, short code I/Q: TTL level, BNC connector (rear panel)
Long code trigger, 26.7 ms clock, 80 ms clock,TTL level, D-sub connector (rear panel)
∗1: This expansion unit cannot be mounted in the MG3670A mainframe.
∗2: MG3670B/3671A can mount MG0310A fitted with Option 25, but in this case the auxiliary signal output function is not available.
• MG0312A QPSK Modulation Unit (incorporated in the MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B and MG3672A)*1
Carrier frequency range
10 to 2250 MHz (MG3670B/C), 10 to 2750 MHz (MG3671A/B and MG3672A)
RF output level
–143 to +8 dBm, 0.1 dB steps
Continuously variable level range
Variable in steps of 0.1 dB in a range of 12 dB (+8 to –4 dB) from any RF output level to the upper or lower limit level.
Modulation system
QPSK, OQPSK
Bit rate
0.5, 0.512, 1.0, 1.024, 1.5, 2.0, 2.048, 2.4576 Mbps
Baseband filters
FIR filter∗2: FIR 1, FIR 2, FIR 3 (at a bit rate of 2.4576 Mbps)
Root Nyquist: α = 0.3, 0.4, 0.5 (operable at all bit rates)
Nyquist: α = 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5 (operable at all bit rates)
Vector error (RF output)
≤1.8%rms (bit rate: ≤1.5 Mbps), ≤3%rms (bit rate: ≥2 Mbps, Nyquist/Root Nyquist filters),
≤2.2%rms∗3 (bit rate: 2.4576 Mbps, FIR 1 filter), ≤3%rms∗3 (bit rate: 2.4576 Mbps, FIR 2 filter),
≤10%rms∗3 (bit rate: 2.4576 Mbps, FIR 3 filter) ∗At ≤0 dBm output
Internal modulation data
Pseudo-random patterns: PN7, PN9, PN15, PN23
Fixed pattern: Iteration of any 16-bit data (Example: 2D2DH)
External modulation data
DATA CLOCK: ±5% of the bit rate
DATA: Digital data synchronized with the data clock
SYMBOL CLOCK: Symbol definition clock synchronized with the data clock (BNC connector, TTL level, polarity selectable)
I/Q signal output
Selectable between 50 Ω or CMOS (600 Ω), BNC connector
Phase encoding function
The phase mapping of data on a constellation can be set.
At 2.4576 Mbps bit rate, 0 dBm output level, 30 kHz bandwidth
Offset frequency
Spurious emissions
Baseband filter
≥900 kHz
≥1.98 MHz
FIR 1
≤–55 dBc
≤–60 dBc
FIR 2, Nyquist α = 0.2
≤–55 dBc
≤–70 dBc
FIR 3
≤–60 dBc
≤–75 dBc
∗1: This expansion unit cannot be mounted in the MG3670A mainframe.
Please consult your sales representative regarding the addition of expansion units to previously purchased MG3670A-11 mainframes.
∗2: Finite Impulse Response filter conforming to the TIA/EIA/IS-95 specifications
∗3: The waveform quality ρ conforming to the TIA/EIA/IS-95 specifications is ≥0.9995 (FIR 1), ≥0.999 (FIR 2), ≥0.99 (FIR 3).
• Options
Model
Start-up characteristics
MG3670/3671/3672 Option 01
7 x 10–8/day (after 30 min. warm-up)
3 x 10–8/day (after 60 min. warm-up)
5x
MG3670/3671/3672 Option 02
2 x 10–8/day (after 60 min. warm-up)
2 x 10–9/day (after 24-h warm-up)
MG3670/3671/3672 Option 03
–
Aging rate
5x
10–9/day
10–10/day
(after 24-h warm-up)
(after 48-h warm-up)
Temperature characteristic (0˚ to 50˚C)
±5 x 10–8
±1.5 x 10–8
±5 x 10–9
MG3670B Option 20
RF off release function (When RF is off, level display and level setting is enabled.)
MG0301C Option 22
PHS LCCH super frame control pattern function (artificial base station signal output for field strength measurement: A PS
connection test is impossible.)
MG0302A Option 23
CT2 MUX3 control pattern function
MG3670B/3671A Option 25
Format upgrade (enables MG0310A to be used in MG3670B/3671A)
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MG3670B
MG3670C
MG3671A
MG3671B
MG3672A
MG0301C
MG0302A
MG0303B
MG0305A
MG0307A
MG0310A
MG0311A
MG0312A
J0576B
J0127A
B0325
F0014
F0012
W0869AE
W0932AE
W1462AE
W0872AE
W0691AE
W0851AE
W0949AE
W1183AE
B0405A
B0406A
W1050AE
Model/Order No.
Name
Mainframe
Digital Modulation
Digital Modulation
Digital Modulation
Digital Modulation
Digital Modulation
Signal
Signal
Signal
Signal
Signal
Generator
Generator
Generator
Generator
Generator
Expansion units (factory installed)
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit (for PDC, PDC_H, PHS,
NADC and TFTS communication systems)
GMSK Modulation Unit [for GSM, PCN (DCS1800), and
CT2 communication systems]
Burst Function Unit [for PDC, PDC_H, PHS, NADC, TFTS,
GSM, PCN (DCS1800), CT2, DECT, PACS and WCPE
communication systems]
GFSK Modulation Unit (for DECT communication system)
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit (for PACS, WCPE, PHS
communication systems)
CDMA Modulation Unit (for IS-95 communication system)
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit (for TETRA communication
system)
QPSK Modulation Unit
Standard accessories (for mainframe)
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m:
1 pc
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m: 2 pcs
Power cord, 2.5 m:
1 pc
Shielded cover for GPIB:
1 pc
Fuse, 6.3 A (for 100 Vac power supply):
2 pcs
Fuse, 3.15 A (for 200 Vac power supply):
2 pcs
MG3670B/C operation manual
(supplied with MG3670B/C):
1 copy
MG3671A/B operation manual
(supplied with MG3671A/B):
1 copy
MG3672A operation manual
(supplied with MG3672A):
1 copy
Standard accessories (for expansion units)
MG0301C/0303B operation manual
(supplied with MG0301C):
MG0302A/0303B operation manual
(supplied with MG0302A):
MG0305A/0303B operation manual
(supplied with MG0305A):
MG0307A/0303B operation manual
(supplied with MG0307A):
MG0310A operation manual
(supplied with MG0310A):
Exchange sheet for front panel
(supplied with MG0310A):
Exchange sheet for real panel
(supplied with MG0310A):
MG0312A operation manual
(supplied with MG0310A):
Name
MG3670/3671/3672-01
MG3670/3671/3672-02
MG3670/3671/3672-03
MG3670-20
MG3670B/3671A-25
Options (for mainframe)
Reference oscillator
Reference oscillator
Reference oscillator
RF off release function
Format upgrade
MG0301C-22
MG0302A-23
Options (for expansion units)
PHS LCCH super frame control pattern
CT2 MUX3 control pattern
J0127C
J0003A
J0576D
J0004
J0007
J0008
B0329D
B0331D
B0332
B0333D
B0334D
Optional accessories
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 0.5 m
Coaxial cord (SMA-P · 3D-2W · SMA-P), 1 m
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 2 m
Coaxial adapter (N-P · SMA-J)
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Protective cover
Front handle kit (2 pcs/set)
Joint plate (4 pcs/set)
Rack mount kit
Carrying case (with casters and protective cover)
MS8604A
MT8801C
MD1620B
MD1620C
MD6420A
MP1201C
MS2683A
Optional equipment
Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester
Radio Communication Analyzer
Signalling Tester [PDC 800 MHz, PDC 1.5 GHz
(MD1620B-01)]
Signalling Tester (PHS 1.9 GHz)
Data Transmission Analyzer
Error Rate Tester
Spectrum Analyzer
1 copy
1 copy
1 copy
1 copy
1 copy
1 pc
1 pc
1 copy
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DIGITAL MODULATION SIGNAL GENERATOR
MG3660A
300 kHz to 2.75 GHz
Economy Version of MG3671A with Same Basic Features
GPIB
The MG3660A has all the basic functions of the higher-level
MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B, and identical GPIB and front-panel operation. In addition, the same expansion units can be used.
• The MG3660A is an economic version of the MG3671A/B with the
same basic features.
Specifications
Carrier
frequency
Frequency range
300 kHz to 2750 MHz
Accuracy
Depends on installed reference oscillator∗1
Internal reference
oscillator
Frequency: 10 MHz
Start-up characteristics: ≤1 x 10–7/day (after 30-min. warm-up), ≤5 x 10–8/day (after 60-min. warm-up)
Aging rate: ≤2 x 10–8/day (after 24-h warm-up)
Temperature characteristics: ≤±5 x 10–8 (0° to 50°C)
External reference input
10 MHz or 13 MHz (±10 ppm), 2 to 5 Vp-p, BNC connector (rear panel)
Reference output
10 MHz, 2 to 5 Vp-p, BNC connector (rear panel)
Level range
–143 to +13 dBm (resolution: 0.1 dB)
Frequency response
Within +1 dB (at 0 dBm output)
Level accuracy
Output
Signal purity
Output level/frequency
≤1000 MHz
>1000 MHz
–33 to +13 dBm
±1 dB
±2 dB
–123 to –33.1 dBm
±1.5 dB
±2 dB
–136 to –123.1 dBm
±3 dB
±4 dB
Impedance
50 Ω, N-type connector
Continuously-variable
level
Continuously-variable output over 20 dB range (+8 to –12 dB) in 0.1 dB steps within upper and lower limits of
any output level
Level unit
dBm, dBµ, µV, mV, V (dB µ, µV, mV, V selected terminate/open voltage display)
Interference radiation
≤1 µV ∗measured 25 mm from cabinet (except rear panel) with two-turn 25 mm diameter loop antenna,
terminated with 50 Ω load, ≤+5 dBm output, carrier wave
Spurious
≤–65
≤–50
≤–40
≤–30
SSB phase noise
≤–116 dBc/Hz (100 kHz offset, CW)
dBc
dBc
dBc
dBc
(≥100 kHz offset, ±100 MHz bandwidth)
(≥100 kHz offset, full band)
[spurious of (5.4 – Fout) GHz at ≥2.65 GHz]
(harmonics)
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Digital
modulation
Pulse
modulation
Memory
function
Other functions
Internal modulation
Depends on installed modulation unit (MG0301C, MG0302A, MG0305A, MG0307A, MG0311A)
External modulation
Any modulation using I/Q input signal
Input frequency: DC to 1.2 MHz∗2
Input level: √ I2 + Q2≤0.5 Vrms, BNC connector
∗I/Q : ≤1.5 Vp-p (50 Ω), I/Q: ≤10% to 100% of 1.5 Vp-p (CMOS)
Vector error: ≤2.5%rms (I/Q input level: 0.5Vrms/50 Ω, at ≤+5 dBm output)
I/Q output
Outputs I/Q signal at internal modulation (MG0301C, MG0302A, MG0305A, MG0307A, or MG0311A installed)
Input
TTL level, BNC connector, polarity selectable
On/off ratio
≥40 dB (at ≥0 dBm output)
Transition time
≤2 µs, minimum pulse width: 10 µs
Frequency memory
1000 carrier frequencies (save and recall)
Parameter memory
100 panel settings (save and recall)
Relative display
Carrier frequency, output level
I/Q signal adjustment
Offset, balance, phase (only output) of I/Q input/output signal
Backup
Last settings stored at power-off
Reverse power protection
Maximum reverse input power: 50 W (<1000 MHz), 25 W (≥1000 MHz), ±50 V (DC)
GPIB
All functions except power switch and panel lock switch controlled
Interface function: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT0, C0, E2
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Operating temperature
0° to 50°C
Power
85 to 132/170 to 250 Vac (automatically selected), 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤350 VA
Dimensions and mass
426 ±5 (W) x 221.5 ±4 (H) x 451 ±5 (D) mm, ≤23 kg
∗1: Internal reference oscillator accuracy: 2 x 10–8/day (23° ±5°C), calibrated
after 24-h operation
• Expansion units
shown below for the input frequency range. Typical value are given for
reference only to assist in using this instrument, and are not guaranteed
specifications.
The MG3660A expansion units can be used with the MG3670B/C,
MG3671A/B. For the specifications, refer to page 248. However,
when an expansion unit is mounted in the MG3660A, the specifications change as shown below.
∗2: Refer to the “frequency response for I/Q external modulation (typical value)”
MG0301C π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit
1
Level (dB)
0
–1
Vector error
RF signal: ≤2.5%rms (+5 dBm output)
PHS, PDC_H,
NADC, TFTS
Carrier frequency: 300 kHz to 2750 MHz
PHS
Carrier frequency: 1 to 2750 MHz
Adjacent channel leakage power ratio:
≤–69 dB (600/900 kHz offset, ±96 kHz band, ≥10 MHz)
–2
MG0302A GMSK Modulation Unit
–3
(50 Ω/0.5 Vrms mode)
–4
30 k
100 k
300 k
1M
3M
I/Q signal input frequency (Hz)
10 M
GSM,
PCN (DCS1800)
Carrier frequency: 1 to 2750 MHz
CT2
Carrier frequency: 300 kHz to 2750 MHz
MG0303B Burst Function Unit
RF output
Burst on/off ratio:
≥75 dB (+5 dBm output, PDC, PDC_H, NADC, TFTS,
TETRA, CT2)
PHS
Adjacent channel leakage power ratio:
≤–69 dB (600/900 kHz offset, ±96kHz band, ≥10 MHz)
MG0305A GFSK Modulation Unit
Vector error
RF signal: ≤18 kHz (≤+5 dBm output)
DECT
Carrier frequency: 5 to 2750 MHz
MG0307A π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit
Vector error
RF signal: ≤2.5%rms (≤+5 dBm output, modulation
data FFFF)
PACS, WCPE
Carrier frequency: 1 to 2750 MHz
PHS
Carrier frequency: 1 to 2750 MHz
Adjacent channel leakage power ratio:
≤–69 dB (600/900 kHz offset, ±96 kHz band, ≥10 MHz)
MG0311A π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit
Vector error
RF signal: ≤2.5%rms (≤+5 dBm output)
TETRA
Carrier frequency: 300 kHz to 2750 MHz
Adjacent channel leakage power ratio:
≤–45 dB (25 kHz offset, ±9 kHz band)
≤–62 dB (50 kHz offset, ±9 kHz band)
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Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MG3660A
Main frame
Digital Modulation Signal Generator
MG0301C
MG0302A
MG0303B
MG0305A
MG0307A
MG0311A
Expansion units (factory installed)
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit
GMSK Modulation Unit
Burst Function Unit
GFSK Modulation Unit
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit
π/4 DQPSK Modulation Unit
Standard accessories (for main frame)
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m:
1 pc
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m: 2 pcs
Power cord, 2.5 m:
1 pc
Shielded cover for GPIB:
1 pc
Fuse, 5 A:
2 pcs
MG3660A operation manual:
1 copy
J0576B
J0127A
B0325
F0013
W1005AE
Standard accessories (for expansion units)
MG0301C/0303B operation manual
(supplied with MG0301C):
MG0302A/0303B operation manual
(supplied with MG0302A):
MG0305A/0303B operation manual
(supplied with MG0305A):
MG0307A/0303B operation manual
(supplied with MG0307A):
MG0311A/0303B operation manual
(supplied with MG0311A):
W0872AE
W0691AE
W0851AE
W0949AE
W1042AE
1 copy
1 copy
1 copy
1 copy
1 copy
MG3660A-01
MG3660A-02
MG3660A-03
Options (for main frame)
Reference oscillator (aging rate: 5 x 10–9/day)
Reference oscillator (aging rate: 2 x 10–9/day)
Reference oscillator (aging rate: 5 x 10–10/day)
J0127C
J0003A
J0576D
J0004
J0007
J0008
B0329D
B0331D
B0332
B0333D
B0334D
Optional accessories
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P), 0.5 m
Coaxial cord (SMA-P · 3D-2W · SMA-P), 1 m
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 2 m
Coaxial adapter (N-P · SMA-J)
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Protective cover
Front handle kit (2 pcs/set)
Joint plate (4 pcs/set)
Rack mount kit
Carrying case (with casters and protective cover)
MS8604A
MD1620B
MD1620C
MD6420A
MP1201C
MS2683A
Optional equipment
Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester
Signalling Tester
Signalling Tester
Data Transmission Analyzer
Error Rate Tester
Spectrum Analyzer
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W-CDMA SIGNALLING TESTER
MD8480A
For the Development of W-CDMA Mobile Stations
NEW
4
GPIB
The MD8480A has a full lineup of advanced functions for testing
third-generation W-CDMA mobile stations. Its air interface meets the
3GPP specifications, and it can be used as a base station simulator.
The test functions include mobile station modulation and demodulation processing, protocol sequence tests such as location registration, origination, termination, handover (option), disconnection from
mobile station/network, various applications such as voice and packet communications as well as communications between two mobile
stations.
In summary, the MD8480A is the ideal instrument for developing 3G
W-CDMA mobile stations and application software.
Features
• Modulation/demodulation tests for W-CDMA mobile station
• Protocol sequence tests for W-CDMA mobile station
• Flexible settings of test parameters and sequences for protocol sequences
• Voice and packet communications test, and communications testing between two mobile stations
Measurement example
• Modulation/demodulation function tests
In the modulation test, fixed-pattern or PN9 data is output from the
mobile station modulation section and compared with the obtained
demodulation result on the trace screen of the MD8480A. It is also
possible to simultaneously measure BLER and BER (BER requires
external BER counter). In addition, the received signal timing error
can also be displayed.
In the demodulation test, fixed-pattern or PN9 data is output from the
MD8480A and compared with the modulation signal from the mobile
station.
• Protocol sequence test
The test items include broadcast information transmission location
registration, mobile station origination/termination, disconnection
from mobile station/network, and handover (option). In addition, any
parameter and sequence can be defined and quasi-normal tests
and SMS test are also supported. Furthermore, data communications between the mobile station and MD8480A can be monitored simultaneously. These functions are ideal for efficient troubleshooting
and testing the mobile station protocol sequence.
Application tests
• AMR voice test
A handset is connected to the MD8480A to perform a voice test between the mobile station and MD8480A.
• User data test
Any data can be inserted into the DTCH being transmitted and the
demodulated DTCH data is output externally. This is an effective
method for measuring error rate.
• IP packet test
A PC with 10Base-T connection is connected to the MD8480A to test
the IP protocol data communications.
• PPP packet test (option)
A PC with RS-232C is connected to the MD8480A to test the PPP
protocol data communications. PPP is the internet dial-up connection protocol.
• PPP test (built-in server)
This is another PPP protocol test in which the PPP protocol stack is
executed by the MD8480A that acts as the PPP terminal. The PC
functions as the Ethernet medium and performs IP level communications. High-speed Ethernet communications at 384 kbps are supported.
• ISDN test (option)
A videophone, etc., is connected to the MD8480A to test the video
and audio communications between the mobile station and
MD8480A.
• Communications between two mobile stations test
Two MD8480A are connected by a 10Base-T Ethernet connection to
test communications between two mobile stations.
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Specifications
Frequency range
Tx: 2110 to 2170 MHz, Rx: 1920 to 1980 MHz
I/O connector
Main
N-type, Impedance: 50 Ω, VSWR: ≤1.3
Downlink
SMA-type, Impedance: 50 Ω, VSWR: ≤2.0
Uplink
SMA type, Impedance: 50 Ω, VSWR: ≤2.0
Reference oscillator
Frequency: 10 MHz
Startup characteristics: ≤5 x 10–8/day (10 minutes after power-on, reference to 24 hours after power-on)
Aging rate: ≤2 x 10–8/day, ≤1 x 10–7/year (reference to 24 hours after power-on)
Temperature characteristics: ≤5 x 10–8 (0˚ to 50˚C, reference to 25˚C)
External reference input: 10 MHz, 2 to 5 Vp-p
General
Frequency
Range: 2110 to 2170 MHz (200 kHz steps)
Output level
Maximum output level
Main: –25 dBm (each channel), –15 dBm (overall)
Downlink: –10 dBm (each channel), 0 dBm (overall)
Setting resolution: 0.1 dB
Accuracy: ±1.5 dB
Spreading
Codes: Scrambling, channelization, synchronization
Chip rate: 3.84 MHz
Modulation
Method: QPSK
Modulation band limit: Root Nyquist filter (a= 0.22)
EVM: ≤10% rms
Transmitter
Receiver
AWGN
Setting resolution: 0.1 dB
Frequency
Range: 1920 to 1980 MHz, Step: 200 kHz
Input level
Range: –30 to +40 dBm (main), –50 to +20 dBm (uplink)
Sync.
Rake receive: None, Capture range: ±200 chip (DPCCH), ±100 chip (preamble)
100 to 120/200 to 240 Vac (250 V max.), automatic switching, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤430 VA
Power
Ambient temperature
0˚ to +50˚C (operating), –40˚ to +70˚C (storage)
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 310 (H) x 500 (D) mm, ≤35 kg
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN61010-1: 1993/A2: 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
Option functions
Additional function
MU848057A
MU848058A
2BS soft handover
√
√
MU848055A
MU848053A
MD8480A-01
3BS soft handover
√
√∗1
√
√∗1
√
√∗1
√
√
√
√∗1
√
√
MX848001A-01 MX848041A-01
MX848041A
√
ISDN
Tx diversity (1RF OUT)
Tx diversity (2RF OUT)
Hard handover
√
√∗2
√
√∗2
√
Ciphering
∗1: Requires two equipment sets
∗2: Requires when using both MX848001A-01 and MX848041A
The options are all shared functions.
• Requires MD8480A + MU848057A + MU848058A + MU848058A for 3BS soft handover function
This configuration also supports 2BS soft handover function.
• Requires MD8480A + MU848057A + MU848058A + MU848058A + MD8480A-01 + MX848001A-01 for Tx
Diversity (2RF OUT)
This configuration also supports the 2BS soft handover function, 3BS soft handover function, Tx diversity (1RF OUT) function and hard handover.
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
MD8480A
Main frame
W-CDMA Signalling Tester
MU848051A
MU848052A
MU848053A
MU848056A
MU848057A
MU848058A
MU848059A
Unit (incorporated in the main frame)
CPU:
Frame Decoder:
Rx Baseband:
Voice Codec:
Frame Coder:
Tx Baseband:
Timing Generator:
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
J0127F
J0576B
J1010
J1007
F0014
W1945AE
A0010
Standard accessories
W-CDMA Signalling Tester Control software:
W-CDMA Signalling Tester Firmware:
W-CDMA Signalling Tester FPGA:
W-CDMA Signalling Tester ISDN/PPP:
10Base-T cross cable, 5 m:
Monitor board:
Monitor cable, 80-pin:
Monitor cable, 20/50-pin:
Power cord, 2.6 m:
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m:
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m:
U-link:
RS-232C cable (cross), 2 m:
Fuse, 6.3 A:
MD8480A operation manual (CD-ROM):
Blank board (at option uninstalled):
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
8
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
pcs
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
pcs
pc
pcs
pc
pcs
MU848053A
MU848055A
MU848057A
MU848058A
MD8480A-01
Option units
Rx Baseband
ISDN
Frame Coder
Tx Baseband
Additional RF unit
MX848001A-01
MX848041A
MX848041A-01
Software
W-CDMA signalling tester Tx diversity
W-CDMA Signalling Tester Ciphering
Tx Diversity for Ciphering
G0082
Z0430
Peripherals
Personal computer∗1 (for control)
Microsoft Visual C++ V6.0∗2 (standard edition)
MX848000A
MX848001A
MX848002A
MX848003A
J0892
G0091
J1005
J1006
4
∗1 OS: Windows 95/98/ME/2000, Windows NT4.0 Workstation
CPU: 200 MHz or better with minimum of 32 MB of memory and 10BaseT and RS-232C interfaces (D-Sub 9pin) and CD-ROM drive.
∗2 Microsoft Visual C++ Version 6.0 is a registered trademark of Microsoft
Corporation in USA and other countries.
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SIGNALLING TESTER
MD1620B
PDC 800 MHz, PDC 1.5 GHz (Option 01)
For Testing General Operations and Functions of PDC Terminals
GPIB
The MD1620B has all functions which are necessary for operation
tests and function tests of mobile stations for PDC system for a 800
MHz band (1.5 GHz band: Option 01). It has an air-interface based
on RCR STD-27C and works as a simulator for the base station.
The MD1620B can test sequences, such as standby, location registration, call initiated/call present, channel handover, disconnection by
the network end, and disconnection by the mobile station. It also provides many measurement and test functions, such as time alignment
and handover time measuring function, real-time display of information reported from the mobile station during communications with the
base station, and controls to the mobile station.
The MD1620B is the best choice for connection tests at the last
stage of production lines and for function tests at the development
stage.
With the MS8604A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester and the
MG3670B/C, MG3671A/B, and MG3660A Digital Modulation Signal
Generator, measuring systems for digital cellular systems can be
easily constructed.
Features
• Can set parameters and sequences used for sequence tests
• Can test layer 3 semi normal sequences
• Can do real-time measurements of time alignment and handover
time
Sequence monitor
• Real-time display of time alignment and handover time
The conditions of the mobile station under test are displayed in realtime on the monitor screen of the execution condition.
And also, the MD1620B can control time alignment (TA) and transmitting power (POW) to the mobile station.
• Can easily create digital cellular measuring systems
• Provides easy-to-use operation system by windows and menu selections
Measurement example
• By pressing a key once the sequence measurement starts
By pressing the Start key once, the screen display changes to the
sequence monitor screen, and the sequence test starts automatically.
The test item under measurement is displayed in a reverse-display
mode, and a position displayed in a reverse-mode moves as the test
is proceeding.
Each result of the test is indicated with a mark (“•” or “X”).
For example, • Registration is displayed when the location registration sequence is performed correctly, and X Registration when errors are detected during the location registration sequence test.
When a series of the sequence tests are completed and all the items
are displayed with “•” marks, an operator knows at a glance that the
mobile station under test has passed.
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Specifications
Rx
traffic channels
A control channel that the MD1620B sends out as a simulator of the
base station and broadcast information are set on the control channel setting screen and traffic channels are set on the traffic channel
setting screen. For channel handover during communications, the
test is performed by alternatively switching the traffic channel 1 and
the traffic channel 2.
Tx
• Can freely set the parameters of the control channel and the
Frequency range
810 to 826 MHz, 1477 to 1501 MHz (Option 01), 860
to 898 MHz (Option 03), 834 to 843 MHz (Option 06)
Frequency setting
interval
25 kHz steps
Number of carriers 2
Transmission level
range
13 to 83 dBµV∗1/carrier
Transmission level
accuracy
±2 dB (24 to 83 dBµV) at 25° ±5°C
Frequency range
940 to 956 MHz, 1429 to 1453 MHz (Option 01), 915
to 940 MHz (Option 03), 889 to 898 MHz (Option 06)
Frequency setting
interval
25 kHz steps
Number of carrier
1
4
Receiving level range 77 to 149 dBµV∗1
Reference
oscillator
Receiving error rate BER ≤1 x 10–6 at 77 dBµV
Control channel setting
Frequency
10 MHz
Stability
Aging rate: 2 x 10–8/day, 2 x 10–7/year
Temperature characteristic: ±5 x 10–8 (relative to 25°C)
External reference
input signal
10 MHz, 2 to 5 Vp-p
External control
GPIB: SH1, SR1, DC1, C0, AH1, RL1, DT0, T5,
PP0, L4
RS232C bit rate: 600, 1200, 2400, 4800 bps
Floppy
3.5-inch floppy disk, MS-DOS∗2 format
2DD format: 720 KB (when formatted)
2HD format: 1.2 MB (when formatted)
Power
85 to 132 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤230 VA
Temperature range
0° to 50°C (5° to 45°C when using a floppy)
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 221.5 (H) x 451 (D) mm, ≤20 kg
∗1: 0 dB µV = –113 dBm
∗2: MS-DOS is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MD1620B
Traffic channel setting
• Can freely set layer 3 sequences
Sequences used for location registration, call initiated/call present,
channel handover, disconnection by the mobile station, and disconnection by the network end can be freely changed. Also, information
elements included in each message can be freely set.
Moreover, the tester can set arbitrary sequences to Option 01 and
Option 02 and be used for testing of RT sequence during communications and semi-normal sequence.
Sequence setting
Name
Main frame
Signalling Tester
Z0244A
Z0244B
Z0244C
W0685AE
Standard accessories
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m:
Fuse, 3.15 A:
Power cord, 2.5 m:
System disc (3.5-inch):
System disc for back-up (3.5-inch):
Software disc for test (3.5-inch):
MD1620B operation manual:
MD1620B-01
MD1620B-03
MD1620B-06
MD1620B-13
Options
PDC 1.5 GHz
PDC 800 MHz band frequency extend option
PDC 800 MHz 3 band extend option
Trace function
CU10NA3S-C
CU111A3N-C
J0007
J0008
J0324
B0329D
B0331D
B0332
B0333D
B0334D
Optional accessories
Circulator (810 to 956 MHz, TDK)
Circulator (1429 to 1513 MHz, TDK)
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
RS232C cable, 3 m
Cover
Front handle (2 pcs/set)
Joint plate (4 pcs/set)
Rack mount kit
Carrying case (with a cover and casters)
J0576B
F0012
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
pcs
pcs
pc
pc
pc
pc
copy
Notes:
• The MD1620B is developed according to RCR STD-27C. However, test sequences for Appendix 1 (authentication and encryption) is not provided.
• When connecting the MD1620B to a MS with a cable or antennas, a circulator optionally provided is necessary.
• Optional trace function stored on a system disk can be used only with the
MD1620B having the same serial number as the number indicated on the
system disk.
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SIGNALLING TESTER
MD1620C
PHS 1.9 GHz
For Testing General Operations and Functions of PHS Terminals
Custom-made product
GPIB
The MD1620C has all the functions needed for operation tests and
function tests of CS/PS for PHSs. The MD1620C has an air-interface
according to RCR STD-28 and can be used as a PS/CS simulator.
Control sequences, such as standby, registration, origination, termination, CH handover, disconnection-by-CS, and disconnection-by-PS
can be tested.
The MD1620C is the best choice for connection tests at the last stage
of production lines of PS/CS and for function tests at the development stage. With the MS8604A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter
Tester and the MG3670B/3671A/3660A Digital Modulation Signal
Generator, measuring systems for PHS systems can be constructed
easily.
Features
• The MD1620C has a built-in CODEC, and communication tests between the simulator and a CS/PS are possible using a hand-set
supplied as a standard accessory.
• Parameters and optional sequences for tests can be freely defined.
• Layer-3 sequences can be freely defined and layer 3 semi-normal
sequence tests are possible.
• Defined sequences and parameters can be stored on a 3.5 inch
floppy disk.
• Easy-to-use operation system by windows and menu selection method
Sequence monitor screen (CS simulation mode)
• Real-time display of slot error rates and a receiving level
The MD1620C displays slot error rates and a receiving level (the
transmission level from a PS) in real time. By turning a rotary knob
on the front panel, a transmission level can be continuously
varied.
Measurement example
• Sequence test starts at a stroke of a key
By pressing the Start key on the front panel, the screen changes to
the sequence monitor screen, and the sequence test starts.
Execution conditions and test results of the sequence test are displayed as a flowchart. The test sequence under execution is indicated
with a cursor in a reverse display mode, shown in the figure top right,
and the cursor moves to next test sequence as the test proceeds.
Sequence test results are indicated with a mark (“•” or “X”). For example, when the registration sequence is performed correctly, the
“•” mark is displayed on its left side, and the “X” mark is displayed
when an error is detected. When the sequence test ends and each
sequence is displayed with the “•” mark, an operator knows at a
glance that a DUT is OK.
Execution condition monitor screen (CS simulation mode)
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• Control signals of up-link and down-link can be displayed by
• Can be freely defined layer 3 sequences
using a trace function provided as an option.
By using the trace function, up-link and down-link control signals sent
or received by PS or CS during a sequence test are stored in built-in
memories and are displayed after the sequence test ends. Max. 100
steps back from the test end are displayed in layer 2 and layer 3 levels and with elapsed time in 10 ms steps. This function allows engineers to find out the cause(s) when errors occurred during the sequence test and is indispensable to software debug and tests.
Basic test sequences, such as registration, origination, termination,
handover, disconnection by CS, and disconnection by PS are stored
on a 3.5-inch floppy disk supplied as a standard accessary. In addition, sequences according to user’s applications can be defined by
modifying the basic test sequences or adding messages to the sequence, and parameters in messages can be set freely. By defining
arbitrary sequences in Option 01 and Option 02, sequence tests for
supplement service and semi-normal sequence can be done.
4
Trace screen (CS simulation mode)
• Can freely set parameters of the control/communication CH
When being used as a CS simulator, a control CH and broadcasting
information that the MD1620C sends can be set at the control CH
setting screen and communications CH can be set at the communication CH screen. Handover test during communications can be
performed by alternating a communication CH 1 and a communication CH 2.
Control CH setting screen (CS simulation mode)
Sequence setting screen
(CS simulation mode: origination sequence)
• Parameters and sequences defined can be stored on a 3.5-inch
floppy disk.
Parameters and test sequences defined can be stored as a file on a
floppy disk (up to 100 files can be stored). Trace data resulting from
using the trace function can be also stored on a floppy disk.
File management screen
Communication CH setting screen (CS simulation mode)
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Tx
Specifications
Frequency range
1895.15 to 1917.95 MHz
Frequency setting
interval
300 kHz steps
Number of carriers
2 carriers
Rx
Transmission level
range
Transmission level
accuracy
Reference
oscillator
Ordering information
13 to 83 dBµV
Model/Order No.
MD1620C
∗1
per carrier
±2 dB (24 to 83 dBµV) at 25° ±5°C
Frequency range
1895.15 to 1917.95 MHz
Frequency setting
interval
300 kHz steps
Number of carriers
1 carrier
Receiving level range
77 to 149 dBµV∗1
Receiving error rate
BER ≤1 x 10–8 at 77 dBµV
Frequency range
10 MHz
Stability
Aging rate: 2 x 10–8/day, 2 x 10–7 year
Temperature characteristics:
±5 x 10–8 (referred at 25°C)
External reference
input signal
10 MHz, TTL level
External control
GPIB: SH1, SR1, DC1, C0, AH1, RL1, DT0,
T5, PP0, L4
RS-232C bit rate: 600, 1200, 2400, 4800 bps
3.5-inch floppy disk, MS-DOS∗2 format
2DD format: 720 KB (when formatted)
2HD format: 1.2 MB (when formatted)
85 to 132/170 to 250 Vac, 47.5 to 63 Hz,
≤230 VA
Floppy
Power
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 221.5 (H) x 451 (D) mm, ≤20 kg
∗1: 0 dBµV = –113 dBm
∗2: MS-DOS is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
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Name
Main frame
Signalling Tester (Custom-made product)
Z0252A
Z0252B
Z0252C
G0057
W0778AE
Standard accessories
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m:
Fuse, 3.15 A:
Power cord, 2.5 m:
System disk (3.5-inch):
System disk for back-up (3.5-inch):
Disk for calibration (3.5-inch):
Hand-set
MD1620C operation manual:
MD1620C-13
MD1620C-15
Option
Trace function
Frequency expansion
CU111A3N-C
J0657
J0658
J0007
J0008
J0324
B0329D
B0331D
B0332
B0333D
B0334D
Optional accessories
Circulator (1895 to 1918 MHz, TDK product)
Adapter (N-P · SMA-J)
Adapter (SMA-P · SMA-J), L-type
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
RS-232C cable, 3 m
Cover
Front handle (2 pcs/set)
Joint plate (4 pcs/set)
Rack mount kit
Hard carrying case (with covers and casters)
J0576B
F0012
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
pcs
pcs
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
copy
Notes:
• The MD1620C is developed according to RCR STD-28. However, test sequences for Appendix 1 (authentication) and Appendix 2 (subscriber data
write-in) are not provided.
• When connecting the MD1620C to a PS or a CS with a cable or antennas, a
circulator optionally provided is necessary.
• Optional trace function stored on a system disk can be used only with the
MD1620C having the same serial number as the number indicated on the
system disk.
DIGITAL MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Bluetooth™ TEST SET
MT8850A
2.4 GHz Reference Bluetooth Transceiver
Test Bluetooth Modules and Products with a Bluetooth Interface
NEW
4
The MT8850A is Anritsu’s entrant into the fast-growing Bluetooth
world of wireless communications for mobile PCs, mobile phones
and other portable devices. The MT8850A Bluetooth Test Set measures the radio performance of Bluetooth modules and Bluetooth
products – quickly and at low cost.
Features
• Fast
The rapid "Quick Test" measurement script is pre-configured for ease
of operation. Production test scripts can run in as little as 10 seconds, measuring power, frequency, modulation and receiver sensitivity (BER).
• One touch testing
Once the MT8850A has been configured, each device is tested with
a single keystroke. Press RUN to initiate a link, activate a test mode,
perform the measurement, and report the results.
• Authoritative
Tests are made exactly as defined in the Bluetooth RF Test
Specification. All measurements are traceable to National Standards
so that you can be totally confident in both your production testing
and design proving.
• Reference Bluetooth transceiver
A custom designed transceiver offers 1 kHz frequency accuracy at
the start of any packet, and it is in full compliance with the requirements for the "Dirty Transmitter" for true receiver sensitivity measurements. In addition to the standard dirty transmitter table, you can
define customized stress conditions with user-settable values of
Carrier Frequency Offset Modulation Index, Symbol Timing Error,
and simulated carrier frequency drift.
• Remote control
Both GPIB and RS 232 interfaces are offered as standard. Creating
test programs has been simplified by the MT8850A’s capability for
initiating a test using a single command and then having results returned in a single string.
• Small size and weight
MT8850A takes up minimal space in your test system, thanks to its
half-rack size and light weight. Where Bluetooth interfaces are being
introduced into existing products, the disturbance to the test system
is minimized.
• Editing tests
Define your own test scripts for customizing test measurements to
your specific requirements. Each test can be enabled or disabled
and within any other test; parameters, such as hopping, and can be
enabled or disabled; the number of measured packets can be defined and the specific test frequencies initiated.
• Single test mode
A single test can be run continuously. This allows, for example, the
BER of a link to be monitored as additional interfering Bluetooth devices are activated or the distance between the EUT and the
MT8850A is increased.
• Making a link
The BT address can be entered manually using the keypad, or it can
be discovered and selected using Inquiry via the GPIB or RS 232 interface, or it can be read through the EUT HCI interface (RS 232).
Once the EUT BT address is known a Bluetooth link is established
using Paging. This process typically takes 200 ms.
• Field upgradeable
The Bluetooth protocol stack is held in FPGA so that future versions
of the core Bluetooth specification can be installed locally. The instrument’s main program is held in flash memory; consequently,
product enhancements can be downloaded in the field.
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• Design proving
Because measurements are made in accordance with the Bluetooth
RF Test Specification, the MT8850A is the ideal instrument for preconformance testing and design proving. The MT8850A lets you gain
confidence in your product before submitting it to a Bluetooth
Qualification Test Facility for approval. For the TX output spectrum
and spurious emissions tests, the MT8850A can establish a BT link
and set the EUT to transmit the appropriate DH1 packets at a fixed
frequency _ just add an Anritsu MS2661C or MS2665C Spectrum
Analyzer to your test system.
• BlueSuite support software
A complementary BlueSuite software package gives PC control of
the MT8850A for advanced design proving measurements on
Bluetooth radios. Use BlueSuite to view burst power profiles, modulation eye diagrams, display graphs of the output power of the 79 frequencies and many other advanced diagnostic tools.
Specifications
Output power
General
Link
conditions
Measurement
Power control
General
Link
conditions
Measurement
Modulation characteristics
General
Link
conditions
Measurement
MT8850A measures average and peak power according to the Bluetooth RF Test Specification measurement of output power is
made with the EUT in test mode, loopback enabled and hopping on. MT8850A transmits the longest supported packets and longest
supported payload length with a PRBS 9 payload. Power is measured at three defined frequencies. MT8850A identifies the position
of p0 and measures the power of every bit in the packet.
Hopping
ON
Test mode
ON
Loopback
Loopback only
Payload
PRBS 9
Packet type
Longest supported
Supported measurements
Average power, peak power
Number of measurement frequencies
Three, default to qualification specification or user defined
Measurement range
+22 dBm to -35 dBm average power (+23 dBm peak power)
Resolution
0.1 dB
Accuracy
+20 dBm to -35 dBm, ±1 dB
+22 dBm to +20 dBm, ±1.5 dB
MT8850A measures power control according to the Bluetooth RF Test Specification. Measurement of power control is made with
the EUT in test mode, loopback enabled, and hopping off. MT8850A transmits DH1 packets, with a PRBS 9 payload. Power control
is measured at three defined frequencies. MT8850A uses standard LMP commands to set the EUT power. MT8850A identifies the
position of p0 and measures the power of every bit in the packet.
Hopping
OFF
Test mode
ON
Loopback
Loopback only
Payload
PRBS 9
Packet type
DH1
Supported measurements
Average power at each power step, step size
Number of measurement frequencies
Three, default to qualification specification or user defined
Measurement range
+22 dBm to -35 dBm average power (+23 dBm peak power)
Resolution
0.1 dB
Accuracy
+20 dBm to -35 dBm, ±1 dB
+22 dBm to +20 dBm, ±1.5 dB
MT8850A measures modulation characteristics according to the Bluetooth RF Test Specification. Measurement of modulation
characteristics is made with the EUT in test mode, loopback enabled, and hopping off. MT8850A transmits longest supported
packets with the defined payload to the EUT. Modulation characteristics are measured at three defined frequencies.
Hopping
OFF
Test mode
ON
Loopback
Loopback or TX mode
Payload
11110000 and 10101010
Packet type
Longest supported
Supported measurements
Frequency deviation. ∆f1max, ∆f2max, ∆f1avg, ∆f2avg and (∆f2avg/∆f1avg)
Number of measurement frequencies
Three, default to qualification specification or user defined
RF input measurement range
+20 dBm to -35 dBm
Deviation measurement range
0 Hz to 350 kHz peak
Deviation resolution
1 kHz
Accuracy
1 kHz
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Initial carrier frequency tolerance
General
Link
conditions
Measurement
Carrier frequency drift
General
Link
conditions
Sensitivity - single slot packets
Measurement
General
Link
conditions
MT8850A measures initial carrier frequency tolerance according to the Bluetooth RF Test specification. Measurement of initial
carrier frequency is made with the EUT in test mode, TX mode and hopping on and/or off. MT8850A transmits DH1 packets, with a
PRBS 9 payload. Initial carrier frequency is measured at three defined frequencies. MT8850A identifies the position of p0 and
measures the average frequency of the 4 preamble bits.
Hopping
OFF and ON
Test mode
ON
Loopback
Loopback or TX mode
Payload
PRBS 9
Packet type
DH1
Supported measurements
Initial carrier frequency error
Number of measurement frequencies
Three; default to qualification specification or user defined
RF input measurement range
+20 dBm to -35 dBm
Initial frequency error measurement range
0 Hz to ±150 kHz
Frequency resolution
1 kHz
Accuracy
1 kHz
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MT8850A measures carrier frequency drift according to the Bluetooth RF Test Specification Measurement of frequency drift is made
with the EUT in test mode, with either loopback or transmitter test mode enabled. EUT transmits longest supported packets with a
10101010 payload to the EUT. Measurements are made with hopping off and then with hopping on. Frequency drift is measured at
three defined frequencies with hopping off and every frequency with hopping on.
Hopping
OFF and ON
Test mode
ON
Loopback
Loopback or TX mode
Payload
10101010
Packet type
All supported packet lengths
Supported measurements
Carrier frequency drift
Number of measurement frequencies
Three with hopping off then every frequency with hopping on
RF input measurement range
+20 dBm to -35 dBm
Frequency drift measurement range
0 Hz to 200 kHz, and > 2000/50 µs
Frequency resolution
1 kHz
Accuracy
1 kHz
MT8850A measures single slot sensitivity according to the Bluetooth RF Test Specification. BER and FER are measured with the EUT
in test mode and loopback on. MT8850A transmits DH1 packets, with a PRBS 9 payload to the EUT. The user can select to run the
measurement with hopping on or off. Dirty transmitter conditions as defined in the Bluetooth test specifications can be enabled.
Hopping
OFF or ON, user selectable
Test mode
ON
Loopback
ON
Payload
PRBS 9
Packet type
DH1
Dirty transmitter
(as defined in RF test spec)
ON or OFF, user selectable
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Supported measurements
Number of measurement frequencies
BER, total number of bit errors and FER
Three with hopping off, or hopping on
Number of measured bits
1 to 32,768 packets (216 to 7,077,888 bits)
MT8850A transmitter output range
0 dBm to -80 dBm, resolution 0.1 dB
BER/FER measurement range
0.00% to 100%
BER/FER resolution
0.01%
Sensitivity - single slot packets
MT8850A transmits the first 20 ms with the first set of measurement conditions, the
second 20 ms with the second set of measurement conditions up to the tenth set of
conditions. The cycle is then repeated until the test is complete.
Measurement
conditions
Carrier frequency
offset
Modulation index
Symbol
1
75 kHz
0.28
-20 ppm
2
14 kHz
0.30
-20 ppm
3
-2 kHz
0.29
+20 ppm
4
1 kHz
0.32
+20 ppm
5
39 kHz
0.33
20 ppm
6
0 kHz
0.34
-20 ppm
7
-42 kHz
0.29
-20 ppm
8
74 kHz
0.31
-20 ppm
9
-19 kHz
0.28
-20 ppm
10
-75 kHz
0.35
+20 ppm
Measurement
Dirty transmitter specification
In addition to the above measurement conditions, MT8850A transmits with a sine wave,
frequency modulation, with a deviation of ±25 kHz. rate 1.6 kHz, synchronized to zero
phase at the packet start.
Dirty transmitter
user control
Sensitivity - multi-slot packets
General
Link
conditions
Measurement
Any entry in the dirty transmitter table can be edited within the
following ranges:
• Carrier frequency offset: 0 Hz to 100 kHz, 1 kHz resolution
• Modulation index 0.25 to 0.38, 0.01 resolution
• Symbol timing error: 0 ppm, +20 ppm or 20 ppm
MT8850A measures multi-slot sensitivity according to the Bluetooth RF Test Specification. BER and FER are measured with the
EUT in test mode and loopback on. MT8850A transmits DH5 packets (or DH3 packets if DH5 not supported by EUT), with a PRBS
9 payload to the EUT. The user can select to run the measurement with hopping on or off. Dirty transmitter conditions as defined in
the Bluetooth test specifications can be enabled.
Hopping
OFF or ON, user selectable
Test mode
ON
Loopback
ON
Payload
PRBS 9
Packet type
DH5 (or DH3 packets if DH5 not supported by EUT)
Dirty transmitter
(as defined in RF test spec)
ON or OFF, user selectable measurement
Supported measurements
BER, total number of bit errors and FER
Number of measurement frequencies
Three with hopping off, or hopping on
Number of measured bits
1 to 32,768 packets (for DH3, 1,464 to 47,972,352 bits), (for DH5, 2,712 to 88,866,816 bits)
MT8850A transmitter output range
0 dBm to -80 dBm, 0.1 dB resolution
BER/FER measurement range
0.00% to 100%
BER/FER resolution
0.01%
Dirty transmitter specification
As for single-slot sensitivity section except; in addition to the measurement condition
table, MT8850A transmits with a sine wave, frequency modulation, with a deviation of
±40 kHz, rate 500 Hz (3 slots) or 300 Hz (5 slots), synchronized to zero phase at the
packet start.
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Maximum input level
General
Link
conditions
MT8850A measures BER and FER at the EUT maximum input level according to the Bluetooth RF Test Specification. Measurement
is made with the EUT in test mode, loopback enabled, and hopping off. MT8850A transmits the DH1 packets with a PRBS 9
payload. The MT8850A transmitter level is set so that the EUT receiver input level is -20 dBm. BER and FER are measured at three
defined frequencies.
Hopping
OFF
Test mode
ON
Loopback
ON
Payload
PRBS 9
Packet type
DH1
Supported measurements
BER and FER for -20 dBm at receiver input
Number of measurement frequencies
Measurement
EUT control
interface
Frequency
standard
Rear panel
connectors
Three, default to qualification specification or user defined
Number of measured bits
1 to 32,768 packets (216 - 7,077,888 bits)
Transmitter power settable range
0 dBm to -80 dBm
Resolution
0.1 dB
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Provides HCI commands to EUT through a standard RS 232 interface. Interface meets requirements of Bluetooth V1.1 specification
for HCI UART transport layer. Cable supplied.
Frequency
10 MHz
Accuracy
±0.5 ppm at 25ºC
Temperature Stability
±0.5 ppm, -10ºC to +85ºC
Aging (1st year)
±1.0 ppm
Aging (over 10 years)
±2.5 ppm, including year 1
External frequency standard input
Rear panel BNC socket, 50 Ω 1 volt
Output 1
TTL high when MT8850A TX on
Output 2
TTL high when MT8850A RX active
Input 1
For service use only
GPIB
IEE 488.2 Offers full instrument control as standard. User can also read the 4 x over-sampled magnitude and frequency values of
each data bit in the last measured packet
RS 232
RS 232 interface offering full instrument control as standard
Power
requirements
Supply
85 to 264 Volts AC
47 to 63 Hz
150 VA MAX
Operating temperature
5 to +40ºC
Operating humidity
20% to 75%
Safety
Complies with IEC 1010-1
EMC
Conforms to the protection requirements of EEC Council Directive 89/336/EEC.
Dimensions
216.5 mm x 88 mm x 380 mm
Weight
<3.45 kg
Environmental
Size and weight
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Modulation
Level
Frequency
MT8850A signal generator
Frequency range
2.40 to 2.5 GHz
Frequency resolution
1 kHz
Frequency accuracy
As frequency standard ± 25 Hz
Settling time (when hopping)
<160 µs to ± 75 kHz during the establishing of a link. When a link has been established and the EUT been
placed into test mode, the MT8850A transmitter is pre-tuned to ±1 kHz of the nominal channel frequency at
the beginning of its data burst for both fixed frequency or hopping measurements.
Amplitude range
0 dBm to -80 dBm
Amplitude accuracy
±1 dB
Amplitude resolution
±0.1 dB
Output impedance
50 Ω (nominal)
Output VSWR
1.5:1 (typically 1.3)
Adjacent channels 3 or higher -40 dBc
Spurious
30 MHz to 1 GHz; -36 dBc
1 GHz to 12 GHz; -30 dBc
1.8 GHz to 1.9 GHz; -47 dBc
5.15 GHz to, 5.3 GHz; -47 dBc or -80 dBm,
whichever is greater
Modulation
GFSK
Modulation index
Variable, 0.25 to 0.38 (125 kHz to 190 kHz)
Mod index resolution
0.01
Mod index accuracy
1 kHz
Baseband filter
BT=0.5
Modulation
Level
Frequency
MT8850A measuring receiver
Range
2.40 to 2.5 GHz
Resolution
1 kHz
Settling time
<160 µs to 75 kHz during the establishment of a link. When a link has been established and the EUT has
been placed into test mode, the MT8850A receiver is pre-tuned to ±1 kHz of the nominal channel frequency.
Accuracy
As frequency standard ±25 Hz
Measurement channel bandwidth
3 MHz
Range Power measurement
accuracy
+22 dBm to -35 dBm average power
±1 dB (+20 dBm to -35 dBm)
Input VSWR
1.5:1
Damage level
+25 dBm
Resolution
0.1 dB
Modulation
GFSK
Deviation measurement range
0 to 350 kHz peak
Accuracy
1 kHz
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MT8850A
Name
Included accessories
Power cord for destination country
Operation manual
RS232 cable for firmware update
Remote control programming manual
Certificate of calibration
EUT control interface lead (RS232)
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Name
MT8850A-01
MT8850A-03
MT8850A-06
MT8850A-10
MT8850A-20
MT8850A-30
D41310
760-209
Options and accessories
Rack mount kit, single unit
Rack mount kit, side by side
rear mount RF and EUT connectors
Bluetooth antenna and adapter
Spare EUT control interface lead (RS 232)
Extra Operation and Remote control programming manual
Soft carry case
Hard transit case
Bluetooth Test Set
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RADIO COMMUNICATION ANALYZER
MT8820A
30 MHz to 2.7 GHz
Supports Third Generation W-CDMA
NEW
4
GPIB
The MT8820A hardware platform covers a frequency range of 30
MHz to 2.7 GHz.
When dedicated measurement software and hardware (options) are
installed, this single platform supports evaluation of all the main
transmission/reception test items for W-CDMA terminals.
Advanced DSP and parallel measurement technologies dramatically
reduce wireless manufacturing and inspection test times.
Furthermore, several measurement items can be selected freely for
batch measurement.
A one-touch operation also allows for each selected batch measurement item to be executed repeatedly for a designated number of
times. Pass/fail evaluation of the main measurement items including
transmission frequency, modulation accuracy, output power, adjacent channel power, occupied frequency bandwidth, BER, etc., can
be performed easily and quickly.
The built-in GPIB interface enables the MT8820A to be integrated
into automated production lines as well as to configure an automated test system for after-sales maintenance.
Tests
3GPP TS34.121
5.2
5.3
5.4.3
5.5.1
Transmitter tests
Receiver tests
5.8
W-CDMA measurement functions
(Using Option 01 and W-CDMA measurement software)
• Transmitter tests
Output power
This test measures the output power of the W-CDMA terminal with
the power controlled to maximum, minimum and any other power.
When the number of measurements is set to two or more, the max.,
mean, and min. values of the result are displayed, providing evaluation of the terminal randomness. This repeat measurement function
is also supported for other measurements.
Test items
Max. peak transmission power
Frequency error
Min. transmission power
Transmission off power
Occupied frequency bandwidth (OBW)
5.9
Spectrum radiation mask
5.10
Adjacent channel power ratio (ACLR)
5.13.1
Error vector amplitude (EVM)
5.13.2
Peak code domain error
6.2
Reference sensitivity level
6.3
Max. peak input level
Frequency error
This test measures the frequency error of the W-CDMA terminal.
The absolute error (kHz) and relative error (ppm) can be measured
and displayed simultaneously.
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Occupied frequency bandwidth
This test measures the occupied frequency bandwidth of the WCDMA terminal. The ratio of the frequency band to the total power
can be changed in the range of 80.0% to 99.9%.
Spectrum emission mask
This function performs pass/fail evaluation of the W-CDMA terminal
spectrum emission mask. Frequency components are checked within ±12.5 MHz of the center frequency that are exceeding the specified limits of the 3GPP standards.
Adjacent channel power
This test measures the adjacent channel power of the
W-CDMA terminal. The leakage power at points ±5 and
±10 MHz from the center frequency can be measured at high speed
using an advanced measurement algorithm.
• Down link RF signal generation function
The relative level of each of the CPICH∗1, P-CCPCH∗2, SCH∗3,
PICH∗4, DPCH∗5, S-CCPCH∗6, and AICH∗7 code channels can be set
in the range of –30.0 to 0.0 dB. In addition, OCNS∗8 and AWGN∗9
are also provided, making it possible to generate any down link modulation signal required for transmitter and receiver tests. The RF
output level can be set in 0.1 dB steps across a range of –140 to –10
dBm (MAIN I/O connectors)
∗1: Common Pilot Channel, ∗2: Primary Common Control Physical Channel,
∗3: Synchronization Channel, ∗4: Paging Indicator Channel, ∗5: Dedicated
Physical Channel, ∗6: Secondary Common Control Physical Channel,
∗7: Acquisition Indication Channel, ∗8: Orthogonal Channel Noise Simulator,
∗9: Additive White Gaussian Noise
• Receiver tests
Bit error rate measurement
Bit error rate can be measured by the loopback method specified in
the 3GPP standards. In addition, bit error rate can also be measured
by directly inputting the demodulated data and clock signals from a
PDC terminal when the PDC terminal test is executed. Either PN9
or PN15 can be selected as the data pattern that is inserted in the
down link RF signal.
Modulation analysis
This test performs modulation analysis of the W-CDMA terminal. In
addition to the error vector magnitude (EVM) specified in the 3GPP
measurement items, the phase error, amplitude error and origin offset can also be measured.
Peak code domain error
The test measures the peak code domain error of the W-CDMA terminal.
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• Call processing function
Connection tests
Various connection tests such as registration, origination, termination, disconnection from terminal, disconnection from network, etc.,
can be performed by using the call processing function. In addition,
the voice signal from the terminal can be echoed-back during conversation to perform a simple voice communications test.
Measurement results batch read command
All the results of a single batch measurement can be read using the
ALLMEAS command. Specific measurement results can be selected and reported by specifying the measurement items, for example
ALLMEAS MOD (for modulation analysis). The load on the GPIB
bus of both the MT8820A and the host PC has been lightened by reducing the number of GPIB commands to increase throughput.
Moreover, the number of steps in the control program has been reduced, making it easy to understand and easy to write comprehensive remote control programs.
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Specifications
• MT8820A (main frame)
General
Frequency range: 30 to 2700 MHz
Max. input level: +35 dBm (MAIN 1)
MAIN 1 I/O
Impedance: 50 Ω
VSWR: ≤1.2 (<1.6 GHz), ≤1.25 (1.6 to 2.2 GHz), ≤1.3 (>2.2 GHz)
Connector: N type
AUX 1 output
Impedance: 50 Ω
VSWR: ≤1.3 (at SG Output level: ≤–10 dBm)
Connector: SMA type
Reference oscillator
Frequency: 10 MHz
Level: TTL
Startup characteristics: ≤±5 x 10–8 (at 10 min after startup referenced to frequency 24 h after startup)
Aging rate: ≤±2 x 10–8/day, ≤±1 x 10–7/year (referenced to frequency 24 h after startup)
Temperature characteristics: ≤±5 x 10–8
Connector: BNC type
External reference input
Frequency: 10 MHz or 13 MHz (±1 ppm)
Level: ≥0 dBm
Impedance: 50 Ω
Connector: BNC type
RF signal generator
Frequency
Frequency range: 30 to 2700 MHz (setting range: 0.4 to 2700 MHz)
Setting resolution: 1 Hz
Accuracy: Due to reference oscillator accuracy
Output level
Level range: –140 to –10 dBm (MAIN 1), –130 to 0 dBm (AUX 1)
Resolution: 0.1 dB
Accuracy: ±1.0 dB (–120 to –10 dBm, MAIN 1, after calibration), ±1.0 dB (–110 to 0 dBm, AUX 1, after calibration)
Signal purity
Non-harmonic spurious: ≤–50 dBc (offset frequency: ≥100 kHz), ≤–40 dBc [spurious of (4.8 –Fout) GHz at ≥2.1 GHz]
Harmonics: ≤–25 dBc
Uninterrupted level variation
Variable range: 0 to –30 dB
Setting resolution: 1 dB
Others
Display: Color 8.4" TFT LCD, 640 x 480 dots
External control
GPIB: Control from external host with main unit as device (excluding some functions such as power-on), no external
device control
Interface functions: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C0, E2
Power supply
100 to 120/200 to 240 Vac (–15/+15%, 250 V max.), 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤300 VA (with Option 01)
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 221.5 (H) x 498 (D) mm (excluding projections), ≤23 kg
Environmental conditions
Operating temperature and humidity: 0˚ to +50˚C, ≤95% (no condensation)
Storage temperature and humidity: –20˚ to +60˚C, ≤95% (no condensation)
EMC: EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Class A), EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2: 1998 (Class A), EN61326: 1997/A1: 1998 (Annex A)
LVD: EN61010-1: 1993/A2: 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
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• Option 01 (W-CDMA measurement hardware), MX882000A W-CDMA Measurement Software
Modulation analysis
Frequency: 300 to 2200 MHz
Input level: –30 to +35 dBm (MAIN)
Carrier frequency accuracy: Reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz
Modulation accuracy (residual vector error): ≤2.5% (at input of 1-DPCCH and 1-DPDCH)
RF power
Frequency: 300 to 2200 MHz
Input level: –65 to +35 dBm (MAIN)
Measurement accuracy: ±0.5 dB (–25 to +35 dBm), ±0.7 dB (–55 to –25 dBm), ±0.9 dB (–65 to –55 dBm) ∗After calibration
Linearity: ±0.2 dB (–40 to 0 dB, ≥–55 dBm), ±0.4 dB (–40 to 0 dB, ≥–65 dBm)
Measurement object: DPCH, PRACH
Occupied bandwidth
Frequency: 300 to 2200 MHz
Input level: –10 to +35 dBm (MAIN)
Adjacent channel power
Frequency: 300 to 2200 MHz
Input level: –10 to +35 dBm (MAIN)
Measurement points: ±5 MHz, ±10 MHz
Measurement range: ≥50 dB (at ±5 MHz), ≥55 dB (at ±10 MHz)
RF signal generator
Output frequency: 300 to 2200 MHz (1 Hz step)
Channel level (CPICH, P-CCPCH, SCH, PICH, DPCH, S-CCPCH, AICH):
Off, –30.0 to 0.0 dB [0.1dB step, relative level for Ior (total level)]
Channel level (OCNS): Off, Auto-setting
Channel level accuracy: ±0.2 dB (relative level accuracy for Ior)
AWGN level: Off, –20 to +5 dB (0.1 dB step)
AWGN level accuracy: ±0.2 dB (relative level accuracy for Ior)
Bit error rate measurement
Functions: Insert PN9 or PN15 pattern in DTCH
Measurement items: BER
Measurement objective: Loop-back data imposed in up-channel, serial data input from rear-panel call processing I/O port
Call processing
Origination control:
Registration, origination, disconnection from network, disconnection from mobile station (executes each processing based on
3GPP standards and performs pass/fail judgment)
Mobile station control: Output level, loop-back (executes each mobile function control based on 3GPP standards)
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
Main frame
Radio Communication Analyzer
MT8820A
HB288064C5
CA68ADP
W1940AE
Standard accessories
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m:
Power cord, 2.6 m:
Compact flash card:
PC card adapter:
MT8820A operation manual (CD-ROM):
MT8820A-01
MX882000A
Options
W-CDMA Measurement Hardware
W-CDMA Measurement Software (requires MT8820A-01)
J0576B
J0576D
J0127A
J0127C
J0007
J0008
MN8110A
B0332
B0333G
B0499
B0499B
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1
1
1
1
pc
pc
pc
pc
copy
Application parts
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 2 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 1 m
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 0.5 m
GPIB connection cable, 1 m
GPIB connection cable, 2 m
I/O Adapter (for call processing I/O)
Extender boards (4 pcs/set)
Rack mount kit
Carrying case
(hard type with protective cover and casters)
Carrying case
(hard type with protective cover but no casters)
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RADIO COMMUNICATION ANALYZER
MT8801C
300 kHz to 3 GHz
Support for CDMA, GSM, DECT, IS-136A, PDC and PHS
4
GPIB
Every major radio communication system in the world including
AMPS/PCS1900, GSM400/900/1800/1900, GPRS, HSCSD, DECT,
IS-136A, PDC, and PHS can be evaluated using just one MT8801C
Radio Communication Analyzer, covering the 300 kHz to 3 GHz frequency band in one hardware platform, and the dedicated measurement software options. The call processing test and sensitivity test
using the loopback method are possible for GSM/DCS1800/PCS1900,
CDMA, IS-136A and DECT. In addition, connection testing as well as
send testing while communicating, are also possible for PDC and
PHS measurement by using the call processing function, and the
PDC uplink RCH can be monitored (RSSI, estimated error rate) too.
FM radio transmission/reception tests are simplified by using the optional analog measurement function, and the optional spectrum analyzer function covering 10 MHz to 3 GHz is very useful for maintaining as well as measuring spurious near carrier on production
lines. GPIB and RS-232C interfaces are standard, so MT8801C can
be incorporated easily into automated production lines or on-site automated testing systems.
The time required for testing equipment on production lines is greatly reduced using the high-speed adjacent channel power and occupied bandwidth measurement functions based on Anritsu’s proprietary measurement algorithm and DSP (Digital Signal Processing).
Furthermore, major transmission test items such as transmission frequency, modulation accuracy (phase error), transmission power,
rise/fall characteristics of burst wave, adjacent channel power, etc.
can be measured and judged pass/fail for the limit value of each item.
MX880117A
Tx and Rx measurements of PHS mobile stations
including call processing
MX880132A
Tx and Rx measurements of PHS base stations
and mobile stations
PHS
DECT
Tx and Rx measurements both portable part and
MX880118A fixed part for DECT including call processing
(requires option 07)
GSM
Option 11
Audio test of GSM mobile stations including call
processing (requires MX880115A and option 01)
CDMA
Option 12
Tx and Rx measurements of mobile stations
including call processing (requires option 01)
Transmission test
• Batch measurements of transmission test items
Only about 1 second is required to measure all major transmission
test items, including frequency, modulation accuracy, origin offset,
transmission rate, transmission power, leakage power during carrieroff, rise/fall edge characteristics, occupied bandwidth, and adjacent
channel power. Pass/fail decisions for limit value of each test item
can also be displayed.
Features
• 1 unit for GSM, DECT, IS-136A, PDC and PHS systems
• All basic transmission and reception measurements performed by 1 unit
System
type
Measurement
software option
IS-136A
MX880113A
AMPS
PCS1900
Tx and Rx measurements of AMPS analog mobile
MX880114A stations and PCS1900 digital mobile telephones
including call processing (requires option 01)
Description
Tx and Rx measurements of IS-136A mobile stations
including call processing (requires option 01)
GSM400/
Tx and Rx measurements of GSM and advanced
900/1800/ MX880115A GSM mobile stations including call processing
1900
and multiple timeslot measurements
PDC
MX880116A
Example of linked send measurement items (PDC)
Tx and Rx measurements of PDC mobile stations
including call processing
MX880131A Tx and Rx measurements of PDC mobile stations
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• Calibration functions
A built-in thermocouple power sensor is used for calibration, providing accurate measurement of absolute values such as average power within burst signal and leakage power during carrier-off. There is
no need for other instruments; just one press of the CAL key during
measurement performs calibration.
• Wide-band power meter
The power meter with built-in thermocouple power sensor can accurately measure power between 0 and +40 dBm.
• Modulation analysis
The user can display the waveform as either frequency deviation,
eye diagram or constellation diagram to easily show any irregularities
in the modulation.
• Measurement of antenna power rise/fall edge characteristics
Antenna power rise/fall edge characteristics can be measured simultaneously with antenna power measurements. In addition, the
marker points can be moved and the power can be read directly with
1/10 symbol resolution.
• Adjacent channel power measurement
The MT8801C can measure adjacent channel power for each communication system at high speed.
• Receiver sensitivity measurement
This function displays the error count and error rate in the RF input
or DATA/CLOCK input measured signal.
Analog measurement
• Analog measurement function (Option 01)
The MT8801C has general analog measurement functions too.
Efficient FM TX/RX testing is made easy by built-in signal generator,
AF oscillator, RF analyzer (power meter, frequency counter, FM
measurement) and audio analyzer functions. This function is especially useful for the IS-136A analog test.
• Transmission measurement
Characteristics such as frequency, power, and frequency deviation
can be measured easily.
• Reception measurement
An FM modulated signal is output to permit measurement of the frequency and level of the AF signal from a receiver, as well as SINAD
and distortion.
Spectrum analysis
• Spectrum analyzer function (Option 07)
The spectrum analyzer with synthesized local oscillator covers a frequency range of 10 MHz to 3 GHz with a resolution of 1 Hz. In addition to a C/N of –115 dBc (100 kHz offset), the RBW can be set to 300
Hz to 1 MHz, the VBW to 3 to 100 kHz, and the sweep time in the frequency domain to 100 ms to 1000 s (1 ms to 1000 s in time domain).
The total level accuracy is an astonishing ±1.5 dB due to the analyzer’s excellent linearity and the level calibration function. Moreover,
the average noise level is just –85 dBm max (at 10 MHz to 1 GHz),
and the secondary harmonic distortion is –60 dB max (100 MHz to
1.5 GHz).
Bit error rate measurement (IS-136A)
• Call processing function
The MT8801C acts as a pseudo base station permitting to judge
pass/fail for registration, origination, termination, communication, handover (PHS: TCH switching type only), disconnection from network,
and disconnection from mobile station at the sequence monitor
screen.
Sequence monitor display (GSMGPRS)
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IS-136A modulated wave measurement
Options
• Option 04: AF low impedance output
This option converts the output impedance of the AF oscillator of the
Option 01 analog measurement to low impedance. It permits direct
driving of an external speaker connected to the AF output connector.
• Option 11: GSM audio test
When using with the MX880115A GSM Measurement Software,
speech Tx/Rx characteristics can be measured in accordance with
GSM Rec. RPE LTP (Full Rate Speech CODEC).
The audio signal generated by the MT8801C is digitally processed
and ideal audio signal is sent. In addition, this option can also be
used to digitally process an audio signal sent from a GSM terminal
for high-reliability and high-accuracy measurement.
• Option 12: CDMA measurement
The Option 12 can measure the following systems; USA 800-MHz
cellular band (TIA/EIA/IS-95A standard), USA 1.9 GHz PCS band
(ANSI J-STD-008 standard), Japan 800-MHz cellular band (ARIB
STD-T53 standard).
The CDMA and analog dual mode standardized in the IS-95A standard are supported.
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Specifications
• MT8801C
Frequency range
300 kHz to 3 GHz
Maximum input level
+40 dBm (10 W, MAIN connector), +20 dBm (100 mW, AUX connector)
Input/output connector
MAIN I/O connector
Impedance: 50 Ω, N-type
VSWR: ≤1.2 (≤2.2 GHz), ≤1.3 (>2.2 GHz)
AUX input/output connector: TNC-type
Reference oscillator
Frequency: 10 MHz
Starting characteristics: ≤5 x 10–8/day (after 10 minutes of warm-up, referred to frequency after 24 hours warm-up)
Aging rate: ≤2 x 10–8/day, ≤1 x 10–7/year (referred to frequency after 24 hours warm-up)
Temperature characteristics: ≤5 x 10–8 (0˚ to 50˚C, referred to frequency at 25˚C)
External standard input: 10 MHz or 13 MHz (±1 ppm), input level: 2 to 5 Vp-p
Power meter
Frequency range: 300 kHz to 3 GHz
Level range: 0 to +40 dBm, –10 to +40 dBm (CDMA measurement)
Level accuracy: ±10% (0 to +40 dBm, after zero point calibration), ±10% (–10 to +40 dBm, 18˚ to 28˚C, at average value,
after zero point calibration)
Signal generator
Frequency
Range: 300 kHz to 3 GHz
Resolution: 1 Hz
Accuracy: Reference frequency accuracy ±100 mHz
Output level
Level range (no modulation or analog modulation): –133 to –13 dBm (MAIN connector), –133 to +7 dBm (AUX connector)
Level accuracy: ±1 dB (10 MHz to 2.2 GHz, ≥–123 dBm, 18˚ to 28˚C), ±3 dB (10 MHz to 2.2 GHz, ≥–133 dBm),
±2 dB (>2.2 GHz, ≥–123 dBm, 18˚ to 28˚C), ±4 dB (>2.2 GHz, ≥–133 dBm)
Radiated interference:
1 µV/50 Ω (carrier frequency measured, 25 mm from front panel with two-turn 25 mm diameter loop antenna)
Signal purity
Spurious: ≤–50 dBc (at CW, offset frequency 100 kHz to ≤50 MHz; where carrier frequency: other than 1300 MHz to
1400 MHz and 2000 MHz to 2100 MHz), ≤–40 dBc (for all band)
Harmonics: ≤–25 dBc (at CW)
Others
Display: Color TFT-LCD, 7.8 inch, 640 x 480 dots
Hard copy:
Enables data hard copy of the display through a parallel interface (applicable only for EPSON VP series or equivalent)
GPIB: This equipment is specified as a device, can be controlled from external controller (excluding power switch and FD
ejection key). No controller function
Interface: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C0, E2)
Parallel
Conform to the Centronics. Outputs printing data to printer. Data line exclusive for output: 8
Control line: 4 (BUSY, DTSB, ERROR, PE)
Connectors: D-sub 25 pins, female (equivalent to the connector of IBM-PC/AT built-in printer)
RS-232C: All functions except power switch controlled by external controller (baud rate: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 bps)
Dimensions and mass
426 (W) x 221.5 (H) x 451 (D) mm, ≤22 kg
Power
100 to 120/200 to 240 Vac (automatic voltage switch system), 47.5 to 63 Hz, ≤300 VA
Operating temperature
0˚ to 50˚C
EMC
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Class A)
EN61000-3-2: 1995/A2, 1998 (Class A)
EN61326: 1997/A1, 1998 (Annex A)
LVD
EN610101-1: 1993/A2, 1995 (Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2)
• Option 01: Analog measurement
RF signal generator
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Output level range: –133 to –13 dBm (MAIN connector), –133 to +7 dBm (AUX connector)
FM deviation: 0 to 40 kHz (resolution: 10 Hz)
Accuracy: Set value ±5% ±1 digit (internal modulation frequency: 1 kHz, excluding residual FM)
Internal modulation: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
External modulation: 20 Hz to 20 kHz (limited to 1Vpeak into 600 Ω)
Flatness: ±0.5 dB (referenced to 1 kHz between 0.3 to 3 kHz with 4 kHz deviation)
±1 dB (referenced to 1 kHz between 20 Hz to 20 kHz with 4 kHz deviation)
Distortion: ≤–50 dB (internal modulation frequency: 1 kHz, demodulation bandwidth: 0.3 to 3 kHz, frequency deviation: 5 kHz)
AF Generator
Frequency range: 20 Hz to 20 kHz, Setting resolution: 0.1 Hz, Accuracy: Same as reference oscillator
Output
Level range: 0.1 mVrms to 3.0 Vrms (EMF, MAIN output impedance: 600 Ω)
0.1 mVrms to 0.3 Vrms (EMF, MAIN output impedance: 50 Ω)
Setting resolution: 1 µV (output level: <4 mV), 10 µV (output level: <40 mV)
100 µV (output level: <0.4 V), 1 mV (output level: ≤3 V)
Accuracy (bandwidth: <30 kHz)
Unbalanced output: ±0.5 dB (frequency: 1 kHz, output level: ≥1 mV), ±1 dB (frequency: 20 Hz to 20 kHz, output level: ≥1 mV)
Floating output: ±2 dB (frequency: 1 kHz, output level: ≥1 mV)
Output impedance
MAIN output: 600 Ω, 50 Ω selectable (unbalanced, BNC connector)
DUT interface microphone output: 600 Ω, floating
Distortion: <–50 dBc (bandwidth: <30 kHz, frequency: 1 kHz, output level: 1 V)
<–45 dBc (bandwidth: <30 kHz, frequency: 20 Hz to 20 kHz, output level: 1 V)
Noise generator: White noise passed through a weighting filter (conforming to ITU-T Rec. G.227)
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Frequency range: 300 kHz to 3 GHz
Input range: 0 to +40 dBm (MAIN connector)
Accuracy: ±10% (after zero calibration)
IF level meter
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Input range: 0 to +40 dBm (MAIN connector)
Accuracy: ≤10% (after calibration with internal RF power meter)
Linearity: ±0.3 dB (0 to –30 dB)
Frequency counter
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Input level range: –15 to +40 dBm (MAIN connector), –40 to +20 dBm (AUX connector)
Resolution: 1 Hz
Accuracy: ±(reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz)
Method: IF frequency counting (bandwidth: ±30 kHz)
Modulation
FM
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Input level range: –15 to +40 dBm (MAIN connector), –40 to +20 dBm (AUX connector)
Filters (3 dB cut-off frequency): HPF (300 Hz, 50 kHz), LPF (3 kHz, 15 kHz)
Deviation: 0 to 20 kHz
Demodulation frequency: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Accuracy: 1% + residual FM (demodulation frequency: 1 kHz)
Frequency response: ±0.5 dB (referenced to 1 kHz)
Residual FM: 8 Hz-rms (demodulation frequency: 0.3 to 3 kHz)
Distortion: 0.3% (modulation frequency: 1 kHz, demodulation bandwidth: 0.3 to 3 kHz)
øM
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Input level range: –15 to +40 dBm (MAIN connector), –40 to +20 dBm (AUX connector)
Filters (3 dB cut-off frequency): HPF (300 Hz, 50 kHz), LPF (3 kHz, 15 kHz)
Deviation: 0 to 10 rad
Demodulation frequency: 300 Hz to 3 kHz
Accuracy: 1% + residual øM (modulation frequency: 1 kHz)
Frequency response: ±0.5 dB (referenced to 1 kHz)
Residual øM: 0.01 rad-rms (demodulation bandwidth: 0.3 to 3 kHz)
Distortion: 0.5% (modulation frequency: 1 kHz, demodulation bandwidth: 0.3 to 3 kHz, deviation: 5 rad)
FM demodulation output
Deviation: 0 to 40 kHz (4/40 kHz range selectable)
Demodulation frequency range: 50 Hz to 10 kHz
Output level: 4 Vpeak (EMF, at full-scale range)
Output impedance: 600 Ω
Frequency response: ±1 dB
Distortion: 1% (FM frequency: 1 kHz, demodulation bandwidth: 0.3 to 3 kHz, frequency deviation: 4 kHz)
Filters (3 dB cut-off frequency): HPF (300 Hz), LPF (3 kHz)
De-emphasis: 750 µs
Transmission measurement
RF power meter
Audio analyzer
Input impedance: 600 Ω/100 kΩ selectable (unbalanced, BNC connector)
Bandpass filter
HPF: 400 Hz (for tone rejection)
De-emphasis: 750 µs
Weighting filter: ITU-T P.53, C-MESSAGE
AF Level meter
Frequency range: 30 Hz to 20 kHz
Level range: 1 mVrms to 30 Vrms
Accuracy: ±0.5 dB
AF frequency counter
Frequency range: 30 Hz to 20 kHz
Level range: 30 mVrms to 30 Vrms
Accuracy: ±0.1 Hz
Distortion meter
Frequency range: 100 Hz to 5 kHz
Level range: 30 mVrms to 30 Vrms
Accuracy: ±1 dB (frequency: 1 kHz, distortion factor: 1%)
Mass
≤500 g
• Option 04:
AF oscillator
AF low impedance output
Output impedance∗1: ≤1 Ω (MAIN connector, unbalanced, BNC connector)
Maximum output current: ≥100 mApeak (MAIN connector)
Waveform distortion:
–50 dBc (band: <30 kHz, 1 kHz, output level: 0.3 V), –45 dBc (band: <30 kHz, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, output level: 0.3 V)
∗1: <1 Ω fixed (can not exchange to 50/600 Ω)
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• Option 07: Spectrum analyzer
Frequency
Band
Band 0: 0 Hz to 3 GHz, Band 1: 10 MHz to 3 GHz; HPF: On/off switchable (Band 1, 1.6 to 3 GHz)
Setting range
0 to 3 GHz (Band: 0), 10 MHz to 3 GHz (Band: 1); Resolution: 1 Hz
Display accuracy: ± (display frequency x reference frequency accuracy + span x span accuracy)
Marker frequency accuracy
Normal marker: Same as display frequency accuracy; Delta marker: Same as span accuracy
Span setting range: 0 Hz or 10 kHz to 3 GHz (Band: 0), 0 Hz or 10 kHz to 2.99 GHz (Band: 1)
Span accuracy: ±2.5%
Resolution bandwidth
Setting range: 300 Hz to 1 MHz (3 dB BW, 1-3 sequence)
Accuracy: ±2% (300 Hz to 300 kHz), ±10% (1 MHz)
Selectivity (60 dB:3 dB): ≤5:1
Video bandwidth: 3 Hz to 100 kHz (1-3 sequence) or through ∗Setting range is limited by resolution bandwidth.
Sideband noise: ≤–95 dBc/Hz (1 GHz, 10 kHz offset), ≤–115 dBc/Hz (1 GHz, 100 kHz offset)
Amplitude (band 1)
Maximum input level
Continuous average power: +40 dBm (MAIN connector), +20 dBm (AUX connector)
DC voltage: 0 V
Average noise level (resolution bandwidth: 1 kHz, video bandwidth: 10 Hz)
≤–90 dBm (10 MHz to 2.2 GHz), ≤–85 dBm (>2.2 GHz) ∗MAIN connector input, input attenuator: 20 dB
≤–110 dBm (10 MHz to 2.2 GHz), ≤–105 dBm (>2.2 GHz) ∗AUX connector input, input attenuator: 0 dB
Residual response: ≤–70 dBm (MAIN connector, input attenuator: 20 dB), ≤–90 dBm (AUX connector, input attenuator: 0 dB)
Level accuracy
±1.5 dB (MAIN connector, reference level: +10.1 to +40 dBm, at 0 to –50 dB of reference level)
±1.5 dB (AUX connector, reference level: –9.9 to +20 dBm, at 0 to –50 dB of reference level)
Reference Level
Setting range: ≤–60 to +50 dBm (MAIN connector), ≤–80 to +30 dBm (AUX connector)
Setting resolution: 0.1 dB
Accuracy: ±0.5 dB (MAIN connector, +10.1 to +40 dBm), ±1.0 dB (MAIN connector, –60 to +10 dBm), ±0.5 dB (AUX
connector, –9.9 to +20 dBm), ±1.0 dB (AUX connector, –80 to –10 dBm) ∗After calibration, frequency: 100
MHz, span: 2 MHz; Input attenuator, resolution bandwidth, video bandwidth, sweep time are AUTO.)
Resolution bandwidth switching deviation: ±0.1 dB (resolution bandwidth reference: 3 kHz)
Frequency characteristics: ±0.5 dB [100 MHz reference, input attenuation: 30 dB (10 dB for AUX input), 18˚ to 28˚C]
Log linearity:
±0.5 dB (0 to –50 dB, resolution bandwidth: ≤1 MHz), ±1.0 dB (0 to –70 dB, resolution bandwidth: ≤30 kHz),
±1.0 dB (0 to –80 dB, resolution bandwidth: ≤1 kHz)
∗10 MHz to 2.2 GHz, reference level: ≥0 dBm (MAIN connector)/≥–20 dBm (AUX connector)
Spurious (2nd harmonic distortion): ≤–55 dBc (10 to 100 MHz), ≤–60 dBc (100 to 1500 MHz) ∗Mixer input: –30 dBm
Sweep
Sweep time:
100 ms to 1000 s (frequency domain sweep), 100 ms to 1000 s (time domain sweep, resolution bandwidth: ≤1 kHz)
10 ms to 1000 s (time domain sweep, resolution bandwidth: 3 to 10 kHz), 1 ms to 1000 s (time domain sweep, resolution
bandwidth: ≥30 kHz)
Trigger switch: FREERUN, TRIGGERED
Trigger source:
WIDE IF VIDEO (3 dB bandwidth: ≥20 MHz, trigger slope: RISE/FALL), EXT (trigger: TTL level, trigger slope: RISE/FALL)
Trigger delay
Range: 0 µs to 100 ms, Resolution: 2 µs
Gate sweep
Displays spectrum of input signal at specified gate on frequency domain display
Gate delay: 2 µs to 100 ms from trigger start point (resolution: 2 µs)
Gate width: 2 µs to 100 ms from gate delay point (resolution: 2 µs)
Functions
Others
Marker functions
Signal search: PEAK → CF, PEAK → REF
Zero marker: NORMAL, DELTA
Marker function: MARKER → CF, MARKER → REF, ZONE → SPAN
Peak search: PEAK, NEXT PEAK, NEXT RIGHT PEAK, NEXT LEFT PEAK
Measurement function
Noise power: dBm/Hz, dBm/ch
C/N: dBc/Hz, dBc/ch
Occupied bandwidth: N% of power method, X-dB down method
Adjacent channel power: Reference total power method, reference level method, channel designate display (2 channels
x 2), graphic display
Average power within a burst: Average power of time domain waveform within specified time
Number of data point: 501 points
Detector mode
POS PEAK: Displays max. point between sample points, NEGATIVE PEAK: Displays min. point between sample points,
SAMPLE: Displays momentary value at sample points
Display memory
TRACE A: Displays frequency spectrum, TRACE B: Displays frequency spectrum,
Trace time: Displays time domain waveform at center frequency
Storage function: NORMAL, VIEW, MAX HOLD, MIN HOLD, AVERAGE, CUMULATIVE, OVER WRITE
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Rx measurement
Tx measurement
• Option 11: GSM audio test
Decoding characteristics
Frequency range: 50 Hz to 4 kHz
Level range: 0 to 3.2768 V
Accuracy: ±1 Hz (500 Hz to 2 kHz)
AF oscillator
Frequency range: 50 Hz to 20 kHz (setting resolution: 50 Hz)
Accuracy: Same as reference oscillator
Output level range: 50 mVrms to 3 Vrms (EMF) ∗Setting resolution: 0.1 mV
Accuracy (bandwidth: <30 kHz)
Unbalanced output: ±0.5 dB (1 kHz, ≥1 mV), ±1 dB (20 Hz to 20 kHz, ≥1 mV)
Floating output: ±2 dB (1 kHz, ≥1 mV)
Output impedance
Main output: 600 Ω, 50 Ω (unbalanced, BNC connector)
Microphone input: 600 Ω (floating, DUT interface)
Waveform distortion (bandwidth: <30 kHz): <–50 dBc (1 kHz, 1 Vrms), <–45 dBc (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 1 Vrms)
Coded signal
Frequency range: 50 Hz to 4 kHz (setting resolution: 50 Hz)
Level range: 0 to 2.2 V (setting resolution: 0.1 mV)
AF level measurement
Frequency range: 30 Hz to 20 kHz
Level range: 1 mVrms to 30 Vrms
Accuracy: ±0.5 dB
AF frequency measurement
Frequency range: 30 Hz to 20 kHz
Level range: 30 mVrms to 30 Vrms
Accuracy: ±0.1 Hz
• Option 12: CDMA measurement
Signal generator
Frequency range
IS-95A: 869.01 to 893.97 MHz (30 kHz step)
J-STD-008: 1930.00 to 1989.95 MHz (50 kHz step)
ARIB STD-T53: 832.0125 to 833.9875 MHz, 843.0125 to 845.9875 MHz, 860.0125 to 869.9875 MHz (12.5 kHz step)
KORER-PCS: 1805.05 to 1870.00 MHz (50 kHz step)
Level setting range:
–133 to –18 dBm (Main connector, AWGN off), –133 to +2 dBm (AUX connector, AWGN off)
–133 to –24 dBm (Main connector, AWGN on), –133 to –4 dBm (AUX connector, AWGN on)
Relative level accuracy:
±0.2/20 dB (Relative level accuracy at level change in time response of open-loop power control 18˚ to 28˚C)
Waveform quality: >0.99 (pilot channel: 0 dB)
Channel level accuracy: ±0.2 dB (relative level accuracy between any 2 channels)
AWGN level accuracy: ±0.2 dB (relative level for forward traffic channel)
Reception measurement
FER measurement: FER measurement value, error frame number, test frame number, reliability limit (pass/fail)
Transmission measurement
Frequency range
IS-95A: 824.01 to 848.97 MHz (30 kHz step)
J-STD-008: 1850.00 to 1909.95 MHz (50 kHz step)
ARIB STD-T53: 887.0125 to 888.9875 MHz, 898.0125 to 900.9875 MHz, 915.0125 to 924.9875 MHz (12.5 kHz step)
KORER-PCS: 1715.05 to 1780.00 MHz (50 kHz step)
Modulation analysis
Level range: –20 to +40 dBm (average power within a burst, main connector only)
Waveform quality measurement range: 0.9 to 1.0
Measurement error: ±0.003 (after executing adjust range)
Residual vector error: <5% (after executing adjust range)
Power measurement (IF level meter)
Measurement range: –50 to +40 dBm
Measurement accuracy:
±0.4 dB (0 to +40 dBm, after executing power meter calibration)
±0.4 dB (–10 to +40 dBm, after executing power meter calibration, 18˚ to 28˚C)
±0.7 dB (–10 to +40 dBm, after executing internal oscillator calibration, 18˚ to 28˚C)
Linearity: ±0.1 dB (0 to –10 dB), ±0.2 dB (–10 to –20 dB), ±0.5 dB (–20 to –40 dB) ∗Referred to reference level: ≥–10 dBm
Input connector: Main connector only
Occupied bandwidth measurement
Level range: 0 to +40 dBm (average power within a burst, MAIN connector), –20 to +20 dBm (average power within a
burst, AUX connector)
Spurious close to the carrier measurement
Level range: 0 to +40 dBm (average power within a burst, MAIN connector), –20 to +20 dBm (average power within a
burst, AUX connector)
Measurement range: ≥50 dB (900 kHz offset), ≥60 dB (1.98 MHz offset)
Spurious measurement
Level range: 0 to +40 dBm (average power within a burst, MAIN connector), –20 to +20 dBm (average power within a
burst, AUX connector)
Measurement range: ≥60 dB
Call processing
Functions:
Registration, origination, termination, conversation, loopback, hard handoff, disconnection from network, disconnection
from mobile station, CDMA → analog handoff (IS-95A), soft handoff (MX880201A-01), softer handoff (MX880201A-01)
Protocol: IS-95A (CDMA, analog), J-STD-008, ARIB STD-T53
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Reception
measurement
Transmission measurement
• MX880113A IS-136A Measurement Software (extracts)
Digital
Frequency/modulation measurement
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 2.2 GHz
Modulation accuracy: ± (2% of indicated value + 0.5%)
Amplitude measurement
Input level range: +10 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, MAIN connector)
Transmitter power accuracy: ±10% (MAIN connector, after calibration)
Adjacent channel power measurement
Measurement range: ≥30 dB (30 kHz offset), ≥60 dB (60 kHz offset), ≥65 dB (90 kHz offset)
Batch measurement functions
Measurement time: ≤1.5 s (amplitude measurement in normal mode)
Analog
Same as Option 01
Digital
Signal generator
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Level range: –133 to –13 dBm (MAIN connector), –133 to +7 dBm (AUX connector)
Modulation accuracy: ≤3%rms
Error rate measurement
Measurement pattern: PN9 (measures TCH data of up communication burst at RF input)
Number of measurement bits: 1 to 99999999
Analog
Same as Option 01
Call processing
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Pass/fail judgement of registration, origination, termination communication, handoff, disconnection from network,
disconnection from mobile station
Reception
measurement
Transmission
measurement
• MX880114A AMPS/PCS1900 Measurement Software (extracts)
Frequency/modulation
measurement
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 2.2 GHz
Residual phase error accuracy: ≤0.5˚ rms, ≤2˚ peak
Amplitude measurement
Input level range: –5 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, MAIN connector)
Calibration input level range: +10 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, MAIN connector)
Transmission power accuracy: ±0.4 dB (+10 to +40 dBm), ±0.7 dBm (–5 to +40 dBm)
∗MAIN connector, after calibration by using built-in power meter with same Tx reference level as calibration
Output RF spectrum
measurement
Modulation portion measurement range: ≥50 dB (200 kHz offset), ≥66 dB (250 kHz offset)
Transition portion measurement range: ≥57 dB (400 kHz offset)
All measurement items
Measurement time: ≤2.0 s (amplitude measurement: normal mode, except MS report measurement)
Signal generator
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Level range: –133 to –13 dBm (MAIN connector), –133 to +7 dBm (AUX connector)
Phase error: ≤1˚ rms, ≤4˚ peak
Error rate measurement
Measurement pattern: 10 test patterns selectable
Number of measurement samples: 1 to 99999999 (FER, CΙb, CΙΙ)
Call processing
Pass/fail judgement of registration, origination, termination, communication, hand-over, disconnection from network,
disconnection from mobile station
Analog measurement
Same as Option 01 for AMPS
Reception
measurement
Transmission
measurement
• MX880115A GSM Measurement Software (extracts)
Frequency/modulation
measurement
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 2.2 GHz
Residual phase error accuracy: ≤0.5˚ rms, ≤2˚ peak
Amplitude measurement
Input level range: –5 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, MAIN connector)
Calibration input level range: +10 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, MAIN connector)
Transmission power accuracy: ±0.4 dB (+10 to +40 dBm), ±0.7 dBm (–5 to +40 dBm)
∗MAIN connector, after calibration by using built-in power meter with same Tx reference level as calibration
Output RF spectrum
measurement
Modulation portion measurement range: ≥50 dB (200 kHz offset), ≥66 dB (250 kHz offset)
Transition portion measurement range: ≥57 dB (400 kHz offset)
All measurement items
Measurement time: ≤2.0 s (amplitude measurement: normal mode, except MS report measurement)
Signal generator
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Level range: –133 to –13 dBm (MAIN connector), –133 to +7 dBm (AUX connector)
Phase error: ≤1˚ rms, ≤4˚ peak
Error rate measurement
Measurement pattern: 10 test patterns selectable
Number of measurement samples: 1 to 99999999 (FER/CRC, CΙb, CΙΙ, FAST)
Call processing
Pass/fail judgement of registration, origination, termination, communication, hand-over, disconnection from network,
disconnection from mobile station
Analog measurement
Same as Option 01 for AMPS
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Reception
measurement
Transmission
measurement
• MX880116A PDC Measurement Software with Call Processing (extracts)
Frequency/modulation
measurement
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 2.2 GHz
Modulation accuracy: ±(2% of indicated value + 0.5%)
Amplitude measurement
Input level range: +10 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, MAIN connector)
Transmitter power accuracy: ±10% (MAIN connector, after calibration by using built-in power meter)
Adjacent channel power
measurement
Measurement range: ≥60 dB (50 kHz offset), ≥65 dB (100 kHz offset)
Batch measurement
functions
Measurement time: ≤1.5 s (amplitude measurement in normal mode; occupied bandwidth and adjacent channel power
measurement on high-speed mode)
Signal generator
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Level range: –133 to –13 dBm (MAIN connector), –133 to +7 dBm (AUX connector)
Modulation accuracy: ≤3%rms
Error rate measurement
Measurement pattern: PN9, PN15
Number of measurement bits: 102, 103, 2556, 104, 105, 106, ∞
Call processing
Pass/fail judgement of registration, origination, termination, communication, hand-over, disconnection from network,
disconnection from mobile station
Reception
measurement
Transmission
measurement
• MX880117A PHS Measurement Software with Call Processing (extracts)
Frequency/modulation
measurement
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 2.2 GHz
Modulation accuracy: ±(2% of indicated value + 0.7%)
Amplitude measurement
Input level range: +10 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, MAIN connector)
Transmitter power accuracy: ±10% (MAIN connector, after calibration by using built-in power meter, at +10 to +40 dBm)
Adjacent channel power
measurement
Measurement range: ≥60 dB (600 kHz offset), ≥65 dB (900 kHz offset)
Batch measurement
functions
Measurement time: ≤1.5 s (amplitude measurement in normal mode; occupied bandwidth and adjacent channel power
measurement on high-speed mode)
Signal generator
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Level range: –133 to –13 dBm (MAIN connector), –133 to +7 dBm (AUX connector)
Modulation accuracy: ≤3%rms
Error rate measurement
Measurement pattern: PN9, PN15
Number of measurement bits: 102, 103, 2556, 104, 105, 106, ∞
Call processing
Pass/fail judgement of registration, origination, termination, communication, hand-over, disconnection from network,
disconnection from mobile station
Reception
measurement
Transmission
measurement
• MX880118A DECT Measurement Software (extracts)
Frequency/modulation
measurement
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 2.2 GHz, RF carrier accuracy: ±250 Hz + reference oscillator accuracy,
Frequency drift measurement accuracy: ±250 Hz, Modulation measurement accuracy: ±10 kHz
Amplitude measurement
Input level range: –5 to +40 dBm (MAIN connector)
Calibration input level range: +15 to +40 dBm (MAIN connector)
Transmitter power accuracy:
±0.4 dB (+15 to +40 dBm), ±0.7 dB (–5 to +15 dBm) ∗MAIN connector, after calibration by using built-in power meter
Adjacent channel power
measurement
Emission due to modulation:
–8 dBm/160 µW at M ±1, –30 dBm/1 µW at M ±2, –44 dBm/40 nW at M ±3, –47 dBm/20 nW at M ±4 and M ±5
Emission due to transmitter transient:
–6 dBm/250 µW at M ±1, –13 dBm/40 µW at M ±2, –23 dBm/4 µW at M ±3, –30 dBm/1 µW at M ±4 and M ±5
All measurement items
Frequency, deviation, frequency drift, Tx power, carrier-off power, template pass/fail, timing, adjacent channel emission
Signal generator
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Level range: –133 to –13 dBm (MAIN connector), –133 to +7 dBm (AUX connector)
Modulation error: ≤±8% (at 288 kHz deviation, frequency 10 MHz to 2.2 GHz)
Error rate measurement
Modes: FER, BER (Quick Mode), BER (Full Mode)
Measurement pattern: 0000111100001111, 0011001100110011, 0101010101010101, 1010 64 x 1 64 x 0 1010,
pseudo-random (D-M2), ETSI patterns
Number of measurement bits: 1 to 99000 k
Call processing
Bearer setup, bearer release, hand-over, loopback
Reception
measurement
Transmission
measurement
• MX880131A PDC Measurement Software (extracts)
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Frequency/modulation
measurement
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 2.2 GHz
Modulation accuracy: ± (2% of indicated value + 0.5%)
Amplitude measurement
Input level range: +10 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, MAIN connector)
Transmitter power accuracy: ±10% (MAIN connector, after calibration by using built-in power meter)
Adjacent channel power
measurement
Measurement range: ≥60 dB (50 kHz offset), ≥65 dB (100 kHz offset)
Batch measurement
functions
Measurement time: ≤1.5 s (amplitude measurement in normal mode; occupied bandwidth and adjacent channel power
measurement on high-speed mode)
Signal generator
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Level range: –133 to –13 dBm (MAIN connector), –133 to +7 dBm (AUX connector)
Modulation accuracy: ≤3%rms
Error rate measurement
Measurement pattern: PN9, PN15
Number of measurement bits: 102, 103, 2556, 104, 105, 106, ∞
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Reception
measurement
Transmission
measurement
• MX880132A PHS Measurement Software (extracts)
Frequency/modulation
measurement
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 2.2 GHz
Modulation accuracy: ± (2% of indicated value + 0.7%)
Amplitude measurement
Input level range: +10 to +40 dBm (average power within burst, MAIN connector)
Transmitter power accuracy: ±10% (MAIN connector, after calibration by using built-in power meter)
Adjacent channel power
measurement
Measurement range: ≥60 dB (600 kHz offset), ≥65 dB (900 kHz offset)
Batch measurement
functions
Measurement time: ≤1.5 s (amplitude measurement in normal mode; occupied bandwidth and adjacent channel power
measurement on high-speed mode)
Signal generator
Frequency range: 10 MHz to 3 GHz
Level range: –133 to –13 dBm (MAIN connector), –133 to +7 dBm (AUX connector)
Modulation accuracy: ≤3%rms
Error rate measurement
Measurement pattern: PN9, PN15
Number of measurement bits: 102, 103, 2556, 104, 105, 106, ∞
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Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MT8801C
Name
Main frame
Radio Communication Analyzer
F0014
Standard accessories
Coaxial cord (N-P · 5D-2W · P), 1 m:
Coaxial adaptor (N-J · NC-P):
Power cord:
Fuse, 6.3 A:
MT8801C-01
MT8801C-04
MT8801C-07
MT8801C-11
MT8801C-12
MX880113A
MX880114A
MX880115A
MX880116A
MX880117A
MX880118A
MX880131A
MX880132A
MX880201A-01
Options*1
Analog Measurement
AF Low Impedance Output (requires Option 01)
Spectrum Analyzer
GSM Audio Test (requires MX880115A and Option 01)
CDMA Measurement (requires Option 01)
IS-136A Measurement Software (requires Option 01)
AMPS/PCS1900 Measurement Software (requires Option 01)
GSM Measurement Software
PDC Measurement Software with Call Processing
PHS Measurement Software with Call Processing
DECT Measurement Software (requires Option 07)
PDC Measurement Software
PHS Measurement Software
Soft Handoff (for CDMA, requires Option 12)
MS8604A
MD6420A
MS2683A
MG3672A
Peripherals
Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester
Data Transmission Analyzer
Spectrum Analyzer
Digital Modulation Signal Generator
J0127C
J0769
J0040
MA1612A
J0395
J0007
J0008
B0329D
B0331D
B0332
B0333D
B0334D
J0742A
J0743A
Optional accessories
Coaxial cord (BNC-P · G-58A/U · NC-P), 0.5 m
Coaxial adapter (BNC-J · NC-P)
Coaxial adapter (N-P · NC-J)
Four-Point Junction Pad
Fixed attenuator for high power (30 dB, 30 W, dc to 9 GHz)
GPIB cable, 1 m
GPIB cable, 2 m
Front cover (1MW 5U)
Front handle kit (2 pcs/set)
Joint plate (4 pcs/set)
Rack mount kit
Carrying case (hard type, with protective cover and casters)
RS-232C cable (for PC-98 PC, D-sub 25-pin), 1 m
RS-232C cable (for DOS/V PC, D-sub 9-pin), 1 m
J0576B
J0768
1
2
1
2
pc
pcs
pc
pcs
∗1: Installed in Anritsu. It can be retrofitted to an already purchased MT8801C.
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W-CDMA AREA TESTER
ML8720B
2110 to 2200 MHz
For W-CDMA Base Station Area Investigation and Maintenance
The ML8720B is used for investigation and maintenance to evaluate
the radio wave propagation characteristics in the area of a W-CDMA
base station. When it is connected to a GPS receiver, the measured
data can be correlated with positioning information (latitude and longitude).
The measurement items include functions for measuring the
RSCP∗1, Ec/No∗2 and SIR∗3, which is used to evaluate the strength
of the radio wave received from each base station; and the delay profile, which is used to evaluate the delay characteristics of the radio
wave caused by multipath propagation.
There are two measurement modes: the unspecified base station
measurement mode, and the specified base station measurement
mode. The CPICH∗4 from the base station is measured in both cases. In the unspecified base station measurement mode, measurement is performed without knowing the base station scrambling
code.
In the specified base station measurement mode, measurement is
performed using the known base station scrambling code.
∗1: Received Signal Code Power
∗2: Ratio of desired receive power per chip to receive power density in band
∗3: Signal Interference Ratio
∗4: Common Pilot Channel
• High-speed and high-accuracy area analysis
RSCP, Ec/No and SIR can be measured at 30 cm intervals (at specified base station and single-channel measurement) while travelling
at 100 km/h in a monitoring vehicle to provide fast and accurate area
analysis.
• Correlation with GPS positioning data
The measured data can be correlated with GPS positioning data (latitude and longitude) and saved to a memory card. In addition, the
measured data and positioning information can be downloaded at
real time to an external PC via the RS-232C interface.
• High-accuracy measurement using diversity function
When used in combination with the optional diversity function, even
higher-accuracy measurements, such as CPICH transmit diversity
format and receive antenna diversity can be performed.
• Master/slave mode
In addition to stand-alone measurement using a single unit, several
ML8720B units can be connected as one master and several slaves,
permitting parallel master/slave measurements. A separate measurement channel can be specified for each ML8720B to greatly reduce the initial code detection time.
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NEW
• Handy type
At only 4 kg, the ML8720B is easily portable for both outside and inside work. And the large 8.4" color LCD is easy to view.
• 3-hour battery operation
The lithium-ion battery pack provides more than 3 hours of operation
and a spare battery pack solves even long-term measurement problems.
• Large-capacity memory cards
Large amounts of measured data can be saved to large-capacity
flash-memory cards (256 MB max.).
Measurement examples
• Channel display
The measurement results for all the receive channels (32 max.) can
be displayed simultaneously as a graph and as data. Additionally, it
is possible to set measurement interval and to select the cumulative
processing (max., min., median, average) for the internally accumulated data in the set measurement interval.
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• Delay profile display
• Time/Distance variation display
This displays the delay profile for one selected channel and the multipath can be confirmed visually. In addition, time or distance range
can be selected for the horizontal axis.
A time/distance variation of the RSCP, Ec/No and SIR are displayed.
The time variation can be measured in 10 ms intervals for 10 ms to
500 s and the max., min., median or average value of the cumulative
totals can be displayed. The distance variation can be measured using the vehicle wheel pulse (external trigger) for 1 to 500 pulses and
the max., min., median or average value of cumulative totals can be
displayed.
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• Finger display
This displays the measured data for one selected channel path (finger).
When the diversity option is installed, the RSCP for up to 12 paths
can be evaluated simultaneously.
Specifications
Frequency range
2110 to 2200 MHz
Input impedance
50 Ω (SMA-type connector)
Frequency setting resolution
200 kHz (W-CDMA measurement mode), 1 kHz (spectrum monitor mode)
Reference oscillator
Aging rate: ±1 x 10 –6/year
Receive signals
P-CPICH, S-CPICH
Power measurement
Measurement range
W-CDMA measurement mode: –117 to –33 dBm
Spectrum monitor mode: –123 to –33 dBm
Resolution: 0.1 dB
Display units: dBm, dBµV, dBµV/m (spectrum monitor mode)
Accuracy: ±2 dB (RSCP)
Average noise level (spectrum monitor mode): ≤–127 dBm (RBW: 4 kHz)
SIR Accuracy: ±3 dB (at dynamic range: –100 to –40 dBm, SIR: 5 to 20 dB)
Dynamic characteristics: RSCP, SIR measurement at 0 to 100 km/h (averaged distance: 50 m)
Measurement items
Specified base station, unspecified base station, spectrum monitor
Base station measurement
Measurement items:
Received signal code power (RSCP), ratio of desired receive power per chip to receive power density (Ec/No), signal
interference ratio (SIR)
Measurement modes: Time variation (internal trigger) distance variation (external trigger)
Sampling interval: 10 ms min. (at 1 channel measurement)
Measurement channels: 32 max.
Sync acquisition time: 600 ms x the number of search channel
Data processing method: Average, median, max., min., 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90%
Measurement displays:
All channel, delay profile, each finger, fluctuation (fluctuation is only for specification base station measurement)
Spectrum monitor function
Frequency span: 4 MHz, 90 MHz
Resolution bandwidth: 4 kHz
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Other functions
Master/slave function: Daisy chain of multiple ML8720B, parallel measurement
GPS connection: Supports NMEA-0183 format
Remote control: Via RS-232C
File I/O: Read measurement conditions, output measured results file
Diversity function: Transmit diversity, receive antenna diversity (Option 01)
Interface
IF output: ≥10 dBµV (190 MHz), BNC connector
External reference input: 2 to 5 Vp-p (10 MHz), BNC connector
External trigger input: 1.5 Vdc ±(2 to 13 Vp-p), BNC connector
Sync output: TTL level, BNC connector
RS-232C-1: For external computer (max. 115.2 kbps), D-sub 9-pin connector
RS-232C-2: For GPS (supports NMEA-0183 format), mini-DIN 8-pin connector
Printer: 8-bit parallel I/F (conform to Centronics), D-sub 25-pin connector
Keyboard: Mini-DIN 6-pin connector
External monitor: VGA, mini-DIN 10-pin connector
Storage media
FDD (3.5", 2HD), ATA flash card
Display
640 x 480 dots, 8.4" color LCD
Environment conditions
Temperature and humidity: 0˚ to +40˚C/≤85% (operating), —25˚ to +60˚C/≤85% (storage)
Vibration: MIL-T-28800E Class 3
Drop test: 76 cm drop (Bellcore standard)
EMC: EN61326 (1997/A1, 1998) Class A, EN61000-3-2 (1995/A2, 1998) Class A, EN61326 (1997/A1, 1998) Annex A
LVD: EN61010-1 (1993/A2, 1995) Installation Category ΙΙ, Pollution degree 2
Power
10 to 26.4 Vdc
100 to 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz (with AC adapter)
Battery: Z0404A Lithium Ion Battery Pack
Power consumption: 35 W max., 20 W (typical), 30 W (typical with Option 01)
Battery continuous operation time: 3 h (typical), 2 h (typical with Option 01)
Dimensions and mass
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 78 (D) mm, ≤4 kg (with battery pack)
290 (W) x 194 (H) x 123 (D) mm, ≤5 kg (with Option 01 and battery pack)
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Name
Main frame
W-CDMA Area Tester
ML8720B
Z0402A
Z0403A
Z0516
Z0517
Standard accessories
ML8720B operation manual:
Lithium Ion Battery Pack:
AC adapter:
Power cord:
Protective cover:
Belt with hook:
Antenna:
Antenna mount (with 5 m cable):
ML8720B-01
Option
Diversity function
ML8720B-90
ML8720B-91
ML8720B-96
ML8720B-97
Maintenance service
Extension service 3 years
Extension service 5 years
Extension service 3 years (with Option 01)
Extension service 5 years (with Option 01)
JT128MA3-NT1
JT256MA3-NT1
Z0436
Z0435
B0442
Z0526
J0127D
J0654A
J0977
J0978
Application parts
PC-ATA card (128 MB)
PC-ATA card (256 MB)
Hard carrying case
Soft carrying case [430 (W) x 300 (H) x 170 (D) mm]
Soft carrying case [440 (W) x 310 (H) x 110 (D) mm]
Case for installation (for main frame)
BNC cable (for external trigger connection)
Serial interface cable (for connecting IBM-PC/AT)
Serial interface cable (for connecting GPS)
VGA conversion cable (for connecting external monitor)
W1893AE
Z0404A
J1069
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
copy
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
pc
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RADIO COMMUNICATION TEST SYSTEM
ME7812 Series
Low-Cost Automatic Test System for cdmaOne/PDC/PHS Mobile Stations
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GPIB
The ME7812 series test system is for automatic testing of cdmaOne
mobile station for both the Japanese ARIB system and the NorthAmerican IS-95 system and PDC/PHS mobile stations. It can also be
used for testing dual mode stations of the North-American AMPS
(analog) and cdmaOne.
The test method can be selected from the IS-95A, J-STD-008, ARIB
STD-T53 KOREA-PCS (cdmaOne), RCR STD-27 (PDC) and RCR
STD-28 (PHS) standards, the TELEC Technical Standard
Conformity Certification, and a high-speed method.
A full range of options permits the test system to be configured for
both production lines and specific applications. A personal computer
running Windows 98 can be used as a system controller.
Models
Application systems
ME7812A
cdmaOne
ME7812B
cdmaOne, PDC
ME7812C
cdmaOne, PHS
ME7812D
cdmaOne, PDC, PHS
ME7812E
PDC
ME7812F
PHS
ME7812G
PDC, PHS
Features
• Standards-based measurement
• Easy-to-understand GUI operations and help guide
Functions and performance
• LAN connection, data collection and system management
A network of plural test systems can be constructed easily using the
Windows 98 Network Drive Assignment function. The test conditions
and data can be saved into a server∗1. In addition, network construction services are supported.
∗1: Requires LAN card in PC
• Automatic correction of frequency characteristics
The I/O frequency characteristics of the test system with the options
must be corrected. The MX781250A Level Correction Software measures the correction data automatically. Maintenance and periodical
updates are made easily using these corrected frequency characteristic values. I/O level errors can be detected by comparing the current and previous corrected values.
• Switching unit for continuous tests
The ME7411A Switching Unit for Transceiver Continuous Test is
used for testing two mobile stations alternately. It eliminates the time
required to change mobile stations, allowing continuous testing∗2.
∗2: The ME7410A or ME7413A switches the RF signals.
• Compact high-performance coaxial switch
The ME7413A Coaxial Switch can be connected directly to the RF
I/O connector of the MT8801B/C and MT8802A. It is especially suitable for maintenance of mobile stations. The power is supplied and
controlled from the controller.
• For maintenance of mobile stations
Call processing allows PDC, PHS, and cdmaOne mobile stations to
be tested in the actual operation conditions (communication mode).
Communication test is also possible.
• High-speed measurement
TELEC Technical Standard Conformity Test items, such as frequency, transmission rates, antenna power, carrier-off leakage power, occupied bandwidth, adjacent channel power, spurious emissions and
radiated spurious emissions can be measured for PDC/PHS in less
than 30 seconds.
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• Test by call processing or test mode control
• Free choice of system components
Any frequency channel (L, M, H, ALL) can be selected for each test
item of call processing or test mode control. The selected items can
be tested continuously.
System components can be chosen to match the required functions.
For example, a signal generator can be chosen for 3-signal application.
• Help guide
A help guide supports the software products. Either Japanese help
guide or the English help guide (only for cdmaOne) can be selected
at installation.
• Example of test data output
• Flexible tests with various parameters
Specifications and average, etc., parameters can be set for each test
item, providing optimum test conditions suitable for the mobile station
model or test purpose.
Data printout
Graphical data printout
Only cdmaOne graphical data can be saved on disk.
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Test items (For system construction, please refer to the individual data sheet.)
• ME7812A/B/C/D
Measurement items
System
Options
cdmaOne
Standard
Option 03/13
Option 04
Maximum RF output power
Frequency error
Waveform quality factor
Transmit time error
Gated output power
Occupied bandwidth
TX spurious (close to fc) at maximum RF output power
TX spurious (points) at maximum RF output power
CDMA TX tests
TX spurious (inside-band) at maximum RF output power
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TX spurious (outside-band) at maximum RF output power
TX spurious emissions
Open loop output power
Time response of open loop power control
Range of closed loop power control
Minimum controlled output power
Stand-by output power
Access probe output power
Demodulation of forward traffic channel in AWGN
Receiver sensitivity and dynamic range
CDMA RX tests
Single tone desensitization
Intermodulation spurious response attenuation
RX spurious emissions
RF frequency error
RF output power
Compressor
Transmit electrical audio response
Analog TX tests
Modulation deviation limiting
SAT
SA
FM hum and noise
Modulation distortion
RF sensitivity
RSSI
Electrical audio frequency response
Analog RX tests
Audio muting
Expander
Hum and noise
Audio harmonic distortion
CDMA origination and termination
Call processing test
Voice test
CDMA-to-analog hand-off
Analog origination/release
DC test∗1
Current consumption
: Tests with call processing and test mode control
: Test with call processing
: Test with test mode control
∗1: A DC power supply and a multimeter are required.
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• ME7812B/D/E/G
System
Measurement items
Software
Options
PDC
MX781217A (with processing)
Standard
Option 03/13
Option 04
MX781232A
Standard
Option 03/13
Option 04
Frequency error
Modulation accuracy
Transmission rate
Antenna power deviation
Leakage power during carrier-off
Burst transmission transient response characteristics
TX tests
Occupied bandwidth
Adjacent channel power
Transmission timing
Spurious emission strength
Transmission intermodulation
Transmission output control characteristics
Time alignment
Receiver sensitivity
Bit error rate floor characteristics
Interference level
Adjacent channel selectivity
RX tests
Intermodulation characteristics
Spurious sensitivity
Receiver level detection
Network quality detection
Secondary emission strength
Call processing test
DC test∗1
Origination/termination disconnection
Voice test
Current consumption
: Tests with call processing and test mode control
: Test with call processing
: Test with test mode control
∗1: A DC power supply and a multimeter are required.
∗2: ME7410A-03 and ME7812B/C/D-03 are required.
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• ME7812C/D/F/G
System
Measurement items
Software
Options
PHS
MX781217A (with processing)
Standard
Option 03/13
Option 04
MX781232A
Standard
Option 03/13
Option 04
Frequency error
Modulation accuracy
Transmission rate
Antenna power deviation
Leakage power during carrier-off
∗2
∗2
Burst transmission transient response characteristics
TX tests
Occupied bandwidth
Adjacent channel power
∗4
Transmission timing
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Spurious emission strength
Transmission intermodulation
∗3
∗3
Transmission output control characteristics
2 signal 3rd order distortion
∗4
Receiver sensitivity
Bit error rate floor characteristics
Interference level
Adjacent channel selectivity
RX tests
Intermodulation characteristics
Spurious sensitivity
Receiver level detection
Network quality detection
Secondary emission strength
Call processing test
DC test∗1
Origination/termination disconnection
Voice test
Current consumption
: Tests with call processing and test mode control
: Test with call processing
: Test with test mode control
∗1: A DC power supply and a multimeter are required.
∗2: High-speed method only
∗3: ME7410A-03 and ME7812B/C/D-03 are required.
∗4: PHS base station (CS) test only
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W-CDMA Virtual Signaling Tester (VST),
W-CDMA Protocol Test System (PTS)
MX785101A,
MX785201A
Development and Proving
3G Terminals
NEW
• Layer 3 to layer 1 service primitives to configure and initiate layer
1 operation
• Service primitives to and from user provided code modules for UE
control
The layer 2 protocol stack and layer 3 test tools are functionally
equivalent to those used in the Anritsu VST (Virtual Signaling Tester).
An application-programming interface (API) to enable user generated
C-language test scenarios to be executed is available for the PTS.
MX785101A
The MX785101A VST (Virtual Signaling Tester) and MX785201A
PTS (Protocol Test System) is a family of test and verification tools
from Anritsu for next generation wireless products. They have been
developed to provide the test support today’s research and development engineers need to successfully meet demanding performance
and time to market targets.
They provide a common user interface thus reducing operator learn
time as development progresses and migrates over the range of
Anritsu’s 3G development tools.
In addition, test procedures generated for the PTS can be run on the
VST and vice versa. This enables test procedures to be developed
very early in the development cycle and to evolve as the user equipment evolves. A substantial saving in the investment in development
of test procedures can be realized.
Features
• W-CDMA protocol test capability
• 3GPP Standard compliant development tool
• Common user interface across Anritsu development tools
• Comprehensive on-line help
• Environment supporting TTCN test case execution
• TTCN test procedure library available
• Re-use of test cases on VST (Virtual Signaling Tester) and
The MX785101A VST software provides an environment to exercise
Layer 3 and Layer 2 signaling protocols defined within the Third
Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). When linked to the customer’s signaling protocol development environment, Layer 3 and
Layer 2 Test Procedures running on the VST platform enable verification and subsequent validation of the signaling protocol Software
Under Test.
The VST executes on a standard Windows PC. The SUT (Software
Under Test) may reside on any machine that can be connected via a
TCP/IP port to the Windows PC running the VST. In order to interface to the VST, the User Equipment (UE) abstract layer 1 and UE
adapter software components are required for the Software Under
Test. The VST Network (NW) abstract layer 1 and adapter components can be used as a starting point to develop these components.
The Abstract Layer 1 has also been developed in such a way that
users can easily customize it in order to simulate specific features of
the air interface.
Evolution with 3GPP
The capability of the VST & PTS will evolve and additional capability added in-line with the 3GPP specifications. When available, the
PTS will run the 3GPP Conformance Test Suite as defined in
TS34.123.
In addition, the Protocol Test System will support the layer 1 and layer
2 parameter sets defined in the 3GPP specifications TS34.108.
System overview
ATS
Manager
Web
Server
Protocol
Analyzer
National Instruments
TestStand™
PTS Core Framework
Results
database
User
Application
Executable
Test Suite
PTS
SUT
Control
Application
(Protocol Test System)
MX785201A
The MX785201A PTS software is combined with the MD8480A WCDMA Signaling Tester to make a system providing an environment
to exercise Layer 3 and Layer 2 signaling protocols defined within the
Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP).
The PTS and VST software component runs on a Windows 95/NT™
PC. They execute TestStand™ test sequences made up of calls into
a library of TTCN test cases through which can be defined:
• Sequences of layer 3 messages and expected responses
• Layer 3 to layer 2 service primitives to trigger specific layer 2 procedures, or to configure layer 2 operation
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Logger
C – API
RLC
MAC
MD8480A
PHY
RF
PTS Core Software
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ATS manager
SUT Control Application
The MX785201A PTS frame-work provides an API to support automatically communicating with the UE to replace keyboard or internal
(to UE) signals.
Logger and Results Database
The logger captures data from the majority of components in the system and stores it in the Results Database. This data is used by the
Protocol Analyzer to create message sequence charts and display
decoded messages.
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The ATS Manager provides a user interface which allows configuration of the MX785201A PTS, launch of the test sequencer tool to select and execute pre-prepared Layer 3 and Layer 2 Test Procedures
and browse the results of the Test Procedures using the Protocol
Analyzer.
Protocol Analyzer
All Layer 3, Layer 2 and Layer 1 message exchanges between the
MX785201A PTS and the System Under Test are logged. These
messages are decoded to show the name and content of each field
and displayed using the Protocol Analyzer. Raw captured data is
displayed in hexadecimal format.
National Instruments TestStand™
The MX785201A PTS uses the National
Instruments TestStand™ run-time engine as a high
level sequencing tool. The TestStand™ development system is used to create test sequences.
C-API
As an alternative language to develop Layer 3 and Layer 2 Test
Procedures, a 'C' based Application Programmer's Interface (C-API)
is included in the form of a DLL.
Executable test suite
Layer 3 and Layer 2 test cases are implemented using TTCN (Tree
and Tabular Combined Notation). Created TTCN tests are compiled to
an Executable Test Suite (ETS) which interfaces to the MX785201A
PTS via the GCI Management Interface and the GCI Operational
Interface. These provide an open, standardized interface to TTCN
based executable test suites. The MX785201A PTS has been developed to work with the Telelogic Test Suite TTCN Browser tool.
The GCI framework provided by the MX785201A PTS provides support for a number of Test Suite Operations (TSOs) and also Protocol
Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS/PIXIT).
Codec
RLC and MAC
RLC and MAC layers conforming to the 3GPP specifications
TS25.322 Radio Link Control Protocol Specification and TS25.321
Medium Access Control Specification are supplied as part of
MD8480A.
TE (Terminal Equipment)
The TE is an optional software component available as part of the
MD8480A in the MX785201A PTS. It supports a number of features
including voice AMR 12.2K Codec, ISDN, IP and PPP.
Layer 1
The MX785201A PTS provides a physical layer 1 through the
MD8480A that can communicate with a terminal.
Simple installation
The distribution software set is provided on CD-ROM with a self-contained installation program.
The installation process is straightforward and the user is guided
through the process using self-explanatory prompts. The PTS Quick
Start Guide details the installation procedure and information about
the hardware setup requirements.
The ETS is supported by a codec capable of encoding and decoding
Radio Resource Control (RRC), Non Access Stratum (NAS) and lower layer configuration data.
Thin RRC
A thin RRC is provided to load NAS messages into RRC direct transfer messages and unload NAS messages from RRC direct transfer
messages transparently.
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Libraries available
Conformance libraries
Integration libraries
These libraries currently are being written by 3GPP and when they
are available they will be the authority for 3GPP conformance.
These libraries are expected to change as the 3GPP specifications
are refined. Anritsu will provide the latest versions available and for
those users within the support scheme, the libraries will be updated
regularly.
Integration libraries provide a proven set of test scripts that have
been tested on real terminals. These test cases take the user
through specific milestones (e.g. RRC Connection, location update,
voice call, etc.) and provide a straightforward method for testing of
terminals during the integration process. They provide a step by step
test approach to prove functionality in a UE.
Executable TTCN Integration Library
The Test Procedures are 3GPP compliant and are designed to be
customized to the particular needs of an Integration environment.
The PTS Integration Library provides TestStand‘ Sequences in an
executable form of the TTCN test cases. National Instruments
TestStand™ is required to implement these cases.
TTCN Integration Library Source Code
This Library includes the source code for the Test Procedures and
TestStand‘ sequences included in MX785201A-30. This will allow
more experienced users to make changes to the parameters in order
to test more specific details of the terminal deisgn.
The PTS is intended to evolve along with 3GPP specifications and
terminal capability. Version 2.0 is planned to evolve as shown in the
timeline below.
2.0.0
2.1.0
2.2.0
2.3.0
Single cell
Multi cell
Multi cell Inter-freq
Multi RAT
3GPP ASP/PCO
R&D libraries
R&D libraries provide more flexible test capability and allow experienced designers to exercise their terminals beyond the requirements
of 3GPP. These libraries will become available in executable form
and as source code as the standards eveolve.
Copyright © 1995 –1999 The Apache Group. All rights reserved.
"This product includes software developed by the Apache Group for use in the Apache
HTTP server project (http://www.apache.org/)"
Copyright © 2000 National Instruments Corporation. All rights reserved. All contents and
trademarks © 2001 PtS Plc/GLOBEtrotter software Inc. All rights reserved.
(http://www.PtS.co.uk)
Ordering information
Please specify model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
For full information please request the MX785101A or MX785201A
data sheet.
Model/Order No.
Name
Model/Order No.
Name
MX785101A
VST Core Software Single Cell ETS Framework
MX785201A
PTS Core Software Single Cell ETS Framework
MX785101A-30
MX785101A-31
Note:
Libraries
Executable TTCN Integration Library
TTCN Integration Library Source Code
For latest information on options and libraries
available, please refer to your local Anritsu sales office
MX785201A-30
MX785201A-31
Note:
Options
Executable TTCN Integration Library
TTCN Integration Library Source Code
For latest information on options and libraries
available, please refer to your local Anritsu sales office
MX785101A-01
MX785101A-20
MX785101A-21
MX785101A-22
MX785101A-23
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Support
National Instruments TestStand™
Software Update and Maintenance Contract
Training Course (2 days)
Premium Support (per day)
Installation & Commissioning (1 day)
For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
MX785201A-01
MX785201A-20
MX785201A-21
MX785201A-22
MX785201A-23
Support
National Instruments TestStand™
Software Update and Maintenance Contract
Training Course (2 days)
Premium Support (per day)
Installation & Commissioning (1 day)
DIGITAL MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Recent radio communication systems such as the Personal Digital
Cellular and MCA require high-speed and multichannel field strength
measurements. The ML5655C Measuring Receivers meet these requirements and can be used as part of a mobile system for measuring radio wave propagation characteristics.
MEASURING RECEIVER
ML5655C
1.4 to 1.55 GHz
For Measuring Field Strength of Digital Cellular Phones
and MCA Systems
Applications
• Automatic radio wave propagation measurement system
• Radio wave propagation characteristics measurement system
Features
• 1 ms sampling rate
• 10%, 50%, 90% values calculation
• Measuring transmitter spurious, and measuring low-level signals in
R&D and production
• Portable design
4
GPIB
OPTION
ERROR RATE TESTER
MP1201C
40 Hz to 1.2 MHz
For R&D, Manufacturing and Maintenance of Digital Systems
The MP1201C is a compact, easy-to-use tester operating at a clock
frequency of 40 Hz to 1.2 MHz. It is composed of a separate transmitter and receiver; the transmitter sends an M-series pseudo-random signal similar to that of an actual circuit, and the receiver displays the error rate of measured signals using LEDs. A GPIB is provided as standard equipment. In addition to measuring the reception
sensitivity of digital radio systems and the bit error rate of digital
transmission systems, the MP1201C is ideal for systems R&D, manufacturing, and maintenance.
Features
• Bit error rate and error pulse count measurement
• Pseudo-random (PN9, PN15) and fixed (1010 - - ) pattern measurement
• Error insertion
• Auto sync on/off
• Printer output
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MEASURING
INSTRUMENTS
Cable Mate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 292
HandHeld Spectrum Analyzer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 294
Site Master . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 297
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CABLE MATE
C751,
C752
5 to 1000 MHz
5 to 1200 MHz
For Accurate Return Loss/SWR Measurements
The Cable Mate is a precision hand held return loss/SWR and fault
location measurement instrument. Built-in fault location and wattmeter
capabilities are available if required, allowing users to configure
Cable Mate to meet their specific need. It’s lightweight, rugged design, and wide temperature range make it ideal for field applications.
Cable Mate’s frequency domain reflectometry technique allows it to
find problems before they became catastrophic faults. Advanced
features such as distance-to-fault windowing functions are incorporated in the Cable Mate design.
Cable Mate Software Tools is a free software program provided with
every Cable Mate unit. It provides many useful features including a
database for Cable Mate measurements, Smith chart display of S11,
“drag-n-drop” overlay for measurement comparison, capability to
download data to a PC, and distance-to-fault calculation from return
loss or SWR plots. Advanced printing capabilities are provided by
Cable Mate Software Tools, including user definable plot scaling and
a multiple plots per page option.
Cable Mate assures that coaxial lines have been installed properly.
Subsequent use of Cable Mate allows maintenance technicians to
find and verify problems quickly. The Bandwidth of in-house wiring can
be verified from outside. Advanced techniques can identify the presence of unauthorized cable boxes.
Cable Mate is designed for field requirements. Its rugged construction survives rough field treatment. Battery power, light weight, small
size, wide temperature range, and simple user interface are exactly
what cable television technicians want today. Cable Mate is the best
solution for coaxial line installation and maintenance.
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Features
• Accurate return loss/SWR measurements
• Built-in distance-to-fault (C752 model only)
• Distance-to-fault windowing functions
• Cable insertion loss test
• Optional wattmeter
• Synthesizer accurate to 75 ppm
• 10 kHz resolution
• Internal memory saves up to 40 traces, 2 calibrations and 9 setups
• Direct printing via RS-232 serial port
• Remote operation via RS-232 serial port
Applications
• Cable television
• 75 Ω coaxial cable systems
HANDHELD MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Ordering information
Specifications*1
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model
Frequency range
C751
C752
5 to 1000 MHz
5 to 1200 MHz
Frequency accuracy
CW mode: 75 ppm
Frequency resolution
10 kHz
Immunity to
interfering RF
signals up to∗2
+10 dBm
Return loss
Range: 0 to 54 dB, Resolution: 0.01 dB
SWR
Range: 1 to 65, Resolution: 0.01
Distance-to-fault
–
Vertical range
Return loss: 0 to 54 dB
SWR: 1 to 65
Horizontal range (meter):
0 to 128 x resolution
Horizontal resolution,
rectangular windowing
resolution (meter):
1.5 x 108 (νp )/∆ frequency∗3
Wattmeter
(RF power monitor)
option
Display range: –80 to +80 dBm, 10 pW to 100 kW
Detector range: –50 to +20 dBm, 10 nW to 100 mW
Offset range: 0 to +60 dB
Resolution: 0.1 dB, 0.1 W
Cable insertion loss
Range: 0 to 20 dB, Resolution: 0.01 dB
Test port connector
Precision N female, 75 Ω
Maximum input
without damage
N (f) test port: +22 dBm
RF power detector: +20 dBm, 75 Ω
Trace memory
40
Instrument
configuration
9
Calibration memory
2
Temperature
Operating: 0°C to +50°C
Storage: –20°C to +75°C
Weight
1.14 kg (2.5 lbs.) nom
Size
203.2 mm x 177.8 mm x 57.2 mm
(8 in x 7 in x 2.25 in)
General
Electromagnetic compatibility: Meets European
community requirements for CE marking
RS232: 9-pin, D-sub, three wire serial
∗1: All specifications apply when calibrated at ambient temperature after a five
Model/Order No.
Name
C751
C752
Main Frame
Site Master (5 to 1000 MHz)
Site Master (5 to 1200 MHz), built in DTF
CM/STS
CM/STL
2300-211
10580-00011
10580-00013
D41955
40-74
806-62
800-411
Standard accessories
N type, standard short (75 Ω)
N type, standard load (40 dB, 75 Ω)
Cable mate software tools
Cable mate operating manual
Cable mate programming manual
Soft carrying case
AC-DC adapter
Automotive cigarette lighter/12 Volt DC adapter
Serial interface cable
Option 01
Option 05
Options
Switch standard calibration components to precision N
components
RF watt meter power monitor (5 to 1200 MHz, RF
detector not included)
2000-755
Optional accessories
Precision adapters, DC to 1.5 GHz, N (f)/F (f), 75 Ω
Precision adapters, DC to 1.5 GHz, N (f)/F (m), 75 Ω
Precision adapters, DC to 1.5 GHz, N (m)/F (m), 75 Ω
Precision adapters, DC to 1.5 GHz, N (m)/F (f), 75 Ω
Test port cable armored, 1.5 meter, N (m) to N (f), 75
Ω, 1.2 GHz
Detector extender cable 7.6 m (25 ft.)
Detector extender cable 15.2 m (50 ft.)
Detector extender cable 30.5 m (100 ft.)
Detector extender cable 61 m (200 ft.)
RF detector, 5 to 1200 MHz, N (m), 50 Ω, 75 Ω
Transit Case
HP deskjet printer (includes: serial-to-parallel interface
cable, black print cartridge, and US power cable)
Spare serial-to-parallel converter cable
Black print cartridge
Rechargeable battery for deskjet printer
Power cable (Europe) for deskjet printer
Power cable (Australia) for deskjet printer
Power cable (U.K.) for deskjet printer
Power cable (So. Africa) for deskjet printer
Seiko DPU-414-30BU thermal printer (120 VAC),
includes: internal battery, thermal printer paper, serial
cable, U.S. power cable
Seiko DPU-414-30BU thermal printer (220 VAC),
includes: internal battery, thermal printer paper, serial
cable, Euro. power cable
US adapter (for Seiko DPU414-30BU printer)
Euro adapter (for Seiko DPU414-30BU printer)
Battery pack (cable (for Seiko DPU414-30BU printer)
Spare serial –to-parallel cable9-pin (m) to 9-pin (f) cable
(for Seiko DPU414-30BU printer)
Five (5) rolls of thermal paper
ND44173
Upgrades
C751-to-C752 upgrade
1091-136
1091-137
1091-168
1091-169
15NNF75-1.5A
800-109
800-110
800-111
800-112
5400-71N75L
760-215A
2000-766
2000-753
2000-661
2000-662
2000-663
2000-664
2000-665
2000-667
2000-754
minute warm up.
∗2: Immunity performance is represented for a typical worst-case condition.
2000-761
Measurements were made in CW mode by injecting a signal into the Cable
Mate through a coupler with the same signal injected through the coupled
arm. In field applications, signals are modulated and varying in frequency
rather than CW. Immunity is typically better when swept frequencies are
used.
∗3: Where νp is the cable’s relative propagation velocity. ∆ frequency is the stop
frequency minus the start frequency (in Hz). Wide frequency sweeps improve
resolution but reduce maximum display range.
2000-1002
2000-1003
2000-1004
2000-1012
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HANDHELD SPECTRUM ANALYZER
MS2711B
100 kHz to 3.0 GHz
Fast, Accurate, Repeatable, Portable
Spectrum Analysis
NEW
The MS2711B Handheld Spectrum Analyzer provides the “ultimate”
in measurement flexibility for field environments and applications requiring mobility. Unlike traditional spectrum analyzers, the MS2711B
features a rugged, ultra-lightweight, battery-operated design that enables users to conduct spectrum analysis measurements – anywhere, anytime.
Providing complete freedom from AC/DC power requirements, the
MS2711B enables you to locate, identify, record and solve communication systems problems quickly and easily, without sacrificing
measurement accuracy.
Whether you are installing, maintaining, or troubleshooting a modern
wireless communication system, the MS2711B provides exceptional
performance combined with ease-of-use and broad functionality –
making it an ideal solution for engineers and technicians who conduct field measurements in the 100 kHz to 3.0 GHz frequency range.
In fact, it is ideal for finding the source of interfering signals in modern wireless systems.
Rugged and Reliable
Because the MS2711B was designed specifically for field environments, it can easily withstand the day-to-day punishment of field use.
Rugged packaging also keeps the MS2711B performing in harsh environments.
Easy-to-Use
Not only is the MS2711B the lightest fully-functional spectrum analyzer available at 4.5 pounds (base model including battery), operation is straight-forward and driven by firmware that simplifies the
process of making measurements and interpreting the results shown
on the large, high-resolution LCD display. The menu-driven user interface is easy to use and requires little training.
A full range of marker capabilities such as peak, center and delta
functions are also provided, giving users a faster and more comprehensive measurement of displayed signals. Limit lines simplify amplitude measurements, giving users the capability to create quick,
simple, pass/fail measurements. Frequency, span and amplitude
functions are easily configured for optimum performance. Used together with the Save setup feature, these functions can help to make
testing easier and faster for less experienced users.
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Powerful Trace Management
Users are able to store ten test setups along with 200 measurement
traces internally in the unit’s memory. The stored data can be easily
downloaded to a personal computer (PC) or a printer via an RS-232
serial cable for further analysis. A notebook computer can be used
with the RS-232 interface for automated control and data collection
in the field.
A number of options are available that expand the MS2711B’s capabilities, including an internal tracking generator (option 20), an internal RF Power monitor (option 5) and a preamplifier (option 8).
To meet the challenges of today’s wireless market, Anritsu Company
has developed a new pre-amp option (option 8) for its revolutionary
MS2711B hand-held spectrum analyzer which increases the analyzer’s sensitivity and dynamic range while improving measurement
time. With the pre-amp option, the MS2711B is particularly effective
in measuring low-level signals. The handheld spectrum analyzer’s
sensitivity is improved to –114 dBm (full span). With this option, the
MS2711B can identify and make measurements on low-level signals
much faster than previously possible.
The improved sensitivity, dynamic range, and measurement speed
complement the existing benefits of the MS2711B. Weighing only 4.9
pounds (including a NiMH battery, fully loaded, base model only at
4.5 pounds), the MS2711B is the world’s lightest fully functional
hand-held spectrum analyzer with the built-in tracking generator option (option 20).
MS2711B has been enhanced so that it can make highly accurate
channel power measurements, occupied bandwidth and Adjacent
Channel Power Ratio (ACPR) measurements. These are increasingly critical measurements, particularly for power amplifiers used in
wireless communication systems. With the enhancements, the
MS2711B has dedicated one button channel power, occupied bandwidth, and ACPR measurement capability to significantly reduce test
time and expense. The MS2711B also features local language
graphical user interface support (in Chinese, Japanese, French,
German, and Spanish).
HANDHELD MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Features
• Lightweight (4.5 lbs - base model, 4.9 lbs with tracking generator option 20)
• Synthesized-based performance
• Wide dynamic range
• One button, ACP, 0BW, channel power measurement
• Quick zoom-in, zoom-out display
• 5 min warm up
• Manual and automatic attenuator control
• Improved user interface, with local language support in 5 different
languages
• Automatic overload and ESD protection
• Built-in AM/FM demodulation
• Built-in field strength measurement
• Ability to store 6 and recall antenna factors
• Full range of marker capabilities including peak, center, and delta
functions
• Limit lines for quick, simple pass/fail measurements
• Rugged, reliable packaging
• Battery operated design
– 2.5 hours of continuous operation
– Built-in energy conservation that extends battery life beyond an
eight-hour workday
– Operation using a 12.5 Vdc source AC-DC adapter or automotive
cigarette lighter adapter, which simultaneously charges the battery
– Field replaceable battery
• Built in clock and calender
• Low cost ownership, global warranty
• Data storage and memory
– Store up to ten test setups and 200 measurement traces in nonvolatile memory
– Stored data is easily and quickly downloaded to a personal computer (PC) or printer
• Powerful trace management
– Automatically date/time stamped
– Alphanumeric labeling
• PC reporting software
– Windows® 95/98/2000/ME, NT Workstation compatible
– Supports long file names for descriptive labeling
– Can display an unlimited number of traces for comparison to historical performance
• Monochrome LCD with backlight capability display
• Power monitor option
• Direct printer control via RS232 serial port
Applications
Convenient operating procedures, high sensitivity, and excellent repeatability enable the MS2711B to pinpoint the smallest system performance degradation and allow for easy verification of system compliance. Typical applications include
• Transmitter Spectrum Analysis – occupied bandwidth, power, modulation measurements, location and identification of in-band, outof-channel spurious and out-of-band spurious signals
• Receive Signal Analysis – measure receiver sensitivity, locate and
identify sources of interfering signals
• Modulation identification, modulation depth, deviation, and spectral mask
• Signal Strength Mapping – to determine the most suitable location for
antennas, base stations, and repeaters; or pinpoint Electromagnetic
(EM) leakage in broadcast systems
Specifications
General
Amplitude
Frequency
Except where noted otherwise, specified values are obtained after warming up the Anritsu MS271B Handheld Spectrum Analyzer for 5 minutes at a constant
ambient temperature. The typical values are given for reference and are not guaranteed.
Frequency range
100 kHz to 3.0 GHz
Frequency reference
Aging: ±1 ppm/yr
Accuracy: ±2 ppm
Frequency span
100 kHz to 3 GHz in 1, 2, 5 step selections in auto mode, plus zero span
Sweep time
≥650 ms full span; 500 ms zero span
Resolution bandwidth (–3dB width)
10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz, 1 MHz, ±20%
Video bandwidth (Range –3dB)
100 Hz to 300 kHz in 1-3 sequence
SSB Phase Noise @30 kHz Offset
≤–75 dBc/Hz, 30 kHz offset
Spurious responses
Input related: ≤–45 dBc
Spurious residual responses
≤–95 dBm
Measurement range
–95 dBm to 20 dBm (≥300 kHz)
–115 dBm to 20 dBm (≥300 Hz with Option 8)
Displayed average noise level
≤–115 dBm (≥300 kHz, typical with Option 8)
≤–95 dBm (≥300 kHz, typical)
≤–80 dBm (< 299 kHz, typical)
Dynamic range
>65 dB, typical
Total level accuracy
±2 dB, ≥200 kHz, typical; ±3 dB, <200 kHz, typical
Display range
2 to 15 dB/div. In 1 dB steps
Ten divisions displayed
Max input level
+20 dBm, maximum damage
–25 dBm with Option 8
+50 Vdc
Attenuator
Range: 0 to 50 dB, selected manually or automatically coupled to the reference level
Resolution: 10 dB steps
RF input VSWR
2.0:1
Internal trace memory
200 maximum
Setup storage
10 test setups
RS-232
9 pin D-sub, three wire serial
Electromagnetic compatibility
Meets European community requirements for CE marking
Temperature
Operating: 0°C to 50°C, humidity 85% or less
Non-operating: –20°C to +75°C
Power supply
External DC Input: +12.5 to +15 volts dc, 1100 mA max
Size
25.4 cm (W) 17.8 cm (H) x 6.10 cm (D)
10.0 in (W) x 7.0 in (H) x 2.4 in (D)
Weight
2.04 kg (4.5 lbs.) includes battery, 2.2 kg (4.9 lbs) fully loaded
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MS2711B Preamplifier specifications
Frequency
Amplitude
Frequency range
1.0 MHz to 3.0 GHz
Measurement range
+20 dBm to –115 dBm
Displayed average noise level
≤–115 dBm (full span typical), ≥300 kHz RBW
MS2711B Tracking generator specifications
Frequency
Output
Frequency range
10.0 MHz to 3.0 GHz
Frequency resolution
5.0 KHz
Tracking offset range
±5.0 MHz
Output power level
0 to –60 dBm
Output power level resolution
0.1 dB
Absolute level accuracy
±1.5 dB
Output flatness
≤±1.5 dB (10 MHz – 3 GHz)
Output tracking VSWR
<1.5:1
Tracking draft
1 dB
Dynamic range
>85 dB
Spurious harmonics
≤–20 dBc
Ordering Information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
MS2711B
Standard Accessories
User’s Guide
Soft Carrying Case
AC – DC Adapter
Automotive Cigarette Lighter/12 Volt DC Adapter
One Year Warranty
CD ROM containing Software Management Tools
Serial Interface Cable
Rechargeable battery, NiMH
10580-0070
Option 5
Option 8
Option 20
5400-71N50
42N50A-30
1091-26
1091-27
1091-172
34NN50A
34NFNF50A
15NN50-1.5C
15NN50-3.0C
15NN50-5.0C
15NNF50-1.5C
15NNF50-3.0C
15NNF50-5.0C
15ND50-1.5C
15NDF50-1.5C
510-90
510-91
510-92
510-96
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HandHeld Spectrum Analyzer: 100 kHz to 3000 MHz
Optional Accessories
RF Watt Meter Power Monitor (RF Detector not included)
Pre-amplifier (built-in)
Tracking generator (built-in)
RF Detector, N(m), 50 Ohm, 1 to 3000 MHz
30 dB, 50 Watt, Bi-directional, DC to 18 GHz,
N(m) to N(f) Attenuator
Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ohm, N(m) to SMA(m)
Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ohm, N(m) to SMA(f)
Adapter, DC to 1.3 GHz, 50 Ohm, N(m) to BNC(f)
Precision Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ohm, N(m) to N(m)
Precision Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ohm, N(f) to N(f)
Test port cable armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to N(m), 3.5 GHz
Test port cable armored, 3.0 meter, N(m) to N(m), 3.5 GHz
Test port cable armored, 5.0 meter, N(m) to N(m), 3.5 GHz
Test port cable armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to N(f), 3.5 GHz
Test port cable armored, 3.0 meter, N(m) to N(f), 3.5 GHz
Test port cable armored, 5.0 meter, N(m) to N(f), 3.5 GHz
Test port cable armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to
7/16 DIN(m), 3.5 GHz
Test port cable armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to
7/16 DIN(f), 3.5 GHz
Adapter 7/16 (f) to N(m), 3.5 GHz
Adapter, DC to 3.5 GHz, 50 Ohm, 7/16 (f)-N(f)
Adapter, DC to 3.5 GHz
Adapter 7/16 DIN (m) to 7/16 DIN (m), 3.5 GHz
For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
Model/Order No.
Name
510-97
48258
40-115
806-62
800-441
760-215A
2300-347
10580-00074
10580-00071
10580-00072
633-27
2000-1029
2000-1030
2000-1031
2000-1032
2000-1034
2000-1035
Adapter 7/16 DIN (f) to 7/16 DIN (f), 3.5 GHz
Spare soft carrying case
Spare AC/DC adapter
Spare automotive cigarette lighter/12 Volt DC adapter
Spare serial interface cable
Transit case for Anritsu HandHeld Spectrum Analyzer
Anritsu HandHeld Spectrum Analyzer Software Tools
Anritsu HHSA User’s Guide, Model MS2711B (spare)
Anritsu HHSA Programming Manual, Model MS2711B
Anritsu HHSA Maintenance Manual, Model MS2711B
Rechargeable battery, NiMH
Battery charger, NiMH with universal power supply
Portable antenna, 50 Ohm, SMA (m) 1.71-1.88 GHz
Portable antenna, 50 Ohm, SMA (m) 1.85-1.99 GHz
Portable antenna, 50 Ohm, SMA (m) 12.4-2.5 GHz
Portable antenna, 50 Ohm, SMA (f) 806-869 MHz
Portabel antenna, 50 Ohm, SMA (m) 902-960 MHz
2000-766
2000-753
2000-661
2000-663
2000-664
2000-665
2000-667
2000-755
2000-1002
2000-1003
2000-1194
2000-1004
2000-1008
2000-1012
2000-1046
Printers
HP DeskJet printer
Includes: interface cable, black print cartridge, and US
power cable
Spare serial-to-parallel converter cable
Black print cartridge
Power cable (Europe) for DeskJet printer
Power cable (Australia) for DeskJet printer
Power cable (UK) for DeskJet printer
Power cable (So. Africa) for DeskJet printer
Five (5) rolls of thermal paper
U.S. adapter (for Seiko DPU-414-30B)
Euro. adapter (for Seiko DPU-414-30B)
Japan adapter (for Seiko DPU-414-30B)
Battery Pack (for Seiko DPU-414-30B)
Sieko DPU-414-30B thermal printer (120 VAC)
Includes: internal battery, thermal printer paper,
serial cable, US power cable
Serial 9-pin (m) to 9-pin (f) cable
Serial-to Parallel Converter Cable
HANDHELD MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
SITE MASTER
S100C/S200C/S300C/S800A Series
2 MHz to 20 GHz
For Analyzing Cable and Antenna Problems
S331C
NEW
S332C
S251C
5
S113C
S114C
S820A
GPIB
Site Master is the instrument of choice for transmission line/antenna
installation and maintenance. It is the best way to reduce maintenance expenses and improve quality. It replaces stacks of heavy, expensive, and complex test equipment. Site Master’s frequency domain
reflectometry technique allows it to locate faults before they become
catastrophic faults, thereby creating huge cost savings.
The Site Master is a precision, hand-held return loss/SWR and fault location measurement instrument. The Site Master series offers wide frequency coverage, from 2 MHz to 20 GHz. Built-in fault location, RF power monitor, bias tee, and spectrum analysis capabilities are available. Light weight,
rugged design, and wide temperature range make them ideal for field
applications. Site Master’s proprietary design provides superior immunity
to on-channel RF interference, which is important for live site testing.
Site Master Software Tools is a Windows® compatible software program
provided with every Site Master unit. This software program provides
many useful features, including a database for Site Master measurements,
Smith Chart display of S11, zoom capability, a “drag-n-drop” overlay for measurement comparison, the capability to download data to a PC, the capability to upload data such as custom cable list or traces to selected Site
Master model, and distance-to-fault calculation from return loss or SWR plots.
Advanced printing capabilities are provided by Site Master Software Tools
including user definable plot scaling and a multiple plots per page option.
Site Master is the first test tool to provide the required accuracy, interference immunity, and repeatability for transmission line/antenna commissioning, and maintenance of today’s wireless systems infrastructures.
• Six markers
• Graticule lines
• Test Port Detector (S113C, S114C only)
• Trace overlay
• Direct printing via RS-232 serial port
• Remote operation via RS-232 serial port
Return loss
Features
• Accurate return loss/SWR and fault location measurements
• Accurately tests RF transmission lines and antennas
• Superior immunity to on-channel interference for testing at
co-located antenna sites
• Multilingual user interface: German, Spanish, French,
Chinese, Japanese
• Insertion Loss/Gain (S251C only)
• Spectrum analysis (S114C and S332C only)
• Optional RF power monitor
• Optional built-in bias tee (S251C only)
• Synthesizer accurate to 75 ppm
• Internal memory saves up to 200 traces
• Instrument configuration up to 10 configurations
• Alphanumeric trace naming (“C” version only)
• Time, Date stamp (“C” version only)
• Field replaceable battery (“C” version only)
• Segmented limit lines
Distance-to-fault
Applications
Cellular, ISM, PCS/PCN, paging service, safety service, avionics,
two-way radio, military, and microwave point-to-point radio.
Site Master allows implementation of preventative maintenance procedures. Unlike TDRs and spectrum analyzers/tracking generators,
Site Master can spot RF degradation before failures occur. Problems
can be fixed before expensive cables or waveguides are ruined.
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Site Master is designed for field requirements. Its rugged construction survives rough field treatment. Battery power, light weight, small size, wide
temperature range, and simple user interface are exactly what field technicians want today. Technicians can test antennas from ground level because Site Master’s distance-to-fault measurement compensates for cable
insertion loss. Furthermore, spectrum analysis, available in certain Site
Master models, allows technicians and field engineers to quickly identify
and solve common RF system problems, such as coverage, interference,
and other path related signal problems. Site Master offers a new and better method to install and maintain transmission lines and antennas.
Specifications*1
Model
Frequency range
S251C
S113C/S331C
S114C/S332C
625 to 2500 MHz
2 to 1600 MHz (S113C)
25 to 4000 MHz (S331C)
2 to 1600 MHz (114C)
25 to 4000 MHz (S332C)
10 kHz
100 kHz
100 kHz
Frequency resolution
Frequency accuracy (CW mode)
75 ppm
Display data points
Selectable: 130, 259, 517
Immunity to interfering RF signals
On-frequency∗3
S251C
S113C
S331C
S114C
S332C
+10 dBm (RF out), +30 dBc transmission
+10 dBm
-5 dBm
+10 dBm
-5 dBm
+17 dBm
+17 dBm
+17 dBm
+17 dBm
+17 dBm
On-channel∗4
Return loss
Range: 0 to 54 dB; Resolution: 0.01 dB
SWR
Range: 1 to 65; Resolution:0.01
Cable loss
Range: 0 to 20 dB; Resolution: 0.01 dB
Insertion Loss/Gain
S251C only
Distance-to-fault
RF power monitor (Option 5)
Bias Tee (Option 10A)
S251C only
Display range: –120 to +100 dB
Resolution: 0.1 dB
N/A
N/A
Vertical range
Return loss: 0 to 54 dB
SWR: 1 to 65
Horizontal range (meter): 0 to (dp x resolution), where dp = 128, 256 or 512
Horizontal resolution, rectangular windowing resolution (meter): (1.5 x 108) (υp)/ ∆ frequency∗5
Display range: -80 to +80 dBm, 10 pW to 100 kW
Detector range: -50 to +20 dBm, 10 nW to 100 mW
Offset range: 0 to +60 dB
Resolution: 0.1 dB
+15 VDC, Surge: 275 mA maximum,
25 ms; Steady State: 240 mA maximum
N/A
N/A
Frequency range
N/A
N/A
100 kHz to 1600 MHz (S114C)
100 kHz to 3000 MHz (S332C)
Accuracy
N/A
N/A
± 2 ppm
Aging
N/A
N/A
± 1 ppm/yr
0 Hz (zero span), 100 kHz to full span
Spectrum analysis
Frequency span
N/A
N/A
Resolution bandwidth
N/A
N/A
10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz, 1 MHz
Video Bandwidth
N/A
N/A
100 Hz to 300 kHz in 1-3 sequence
Display datapoint
N/A
N/A
400
SSB Phase Noise @ (1 GHz)
30 kHz offset
N/A
N/A
≤ –75 dBc/Hz
Spurious responses (Input related)
N/A
N/A
< –95 dBm
Spurious responses (residual)
N/A
N/A
≤ –45 dBc
Dynamic range
N/A
N/A
≥ 65 dB
Average noise level
N/A
N/A
≤ –97 dBm (full span)
Measurement range
N/A
N/A
+20 dBm to –97 dBm
Display range
N/A
N/A
2 to 15 dB/div in 1 dB steps,
10 divisions display
Total level accuracy
N/A
N/A
± 2 dB >300 kHz, typical
± 3 dB <300 kHz, typical
N/A
N/A
2.0:1
RF power detector:
+20 dBm, 50 Ω, +50 Vdc
RF IN Spectrum Analyzer port:
+20 dBm safe input,
+27 dBm damage level,
Peak Pulse Power +50 Vdc
RF power detector:
+20 dBm, 50 Ω, +50 Vdc
RF input VSWR
Trace memory
Up to 200
Instrument configuration∗6
10
Test port connector
Precision N female
Maximum input
Temperature
RF OUT test port:
+22 dBm, 50 Ω, +50 Vdc
RF IN test port:
+10 dBm, 50 Ω, +50 Vdc
RF power detector:
+20 dBm, 50 Ω, +50 Vdc
Operating: 0°C to +50°C
Storage: –20°C to +75°C
Weight
2.18 kg (4.78 lbs.) nominal
Size
25.4 cm x 17.8 cm x 6.1 cm (10 in x 7 in x 2.4 in)
General
Electromagnetic compatibility: Meets European community requirements for CE marking.
RS232: 9 pin D-sub, three wire serial
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∗1: All specifications apply when calibrated at ambient temperature after a five minutes warm up.
∗2: In most applications, immunity is typically better because interferring signals are modulated and varying in frequency rather than being CW. Measurements
were made in CW mode by injecting a signal into the Site Master through a coupler.
∗3: On-Frequency interference immunity is specified to within +10 kHz of the carrier frequency.
∗4: On-Channel interference immunity is specified to within 1 MHz of the carrier frequency.
∗5: Where υp is the cable’s relative propagation velocity. ∆ frequency is the stop frequency minus the start frequency (in Hz). Wide frequency sweeps improve
resolution but reduce maximum display range.
∗6: Calibration stored with instrument configuration.
InstaCal® Calibration Module*
The InstaCal calibration module is available for all one-port Site
Master models (S113C, S114C, S331C and S332C). With InstaCal,
users can cut the time required to calibrate the Site Master by as
much as 50%. Moreover, InstaCal reduces the potential for calibration
error. With discrete calibration components users are required to
connect, disconnect, and reconnect the various calibration components
during the calibration process, which greatly increases the potential for
calibration/measurement error. With InstaCal, users are only required
to connect the InstaCal calibration module once – the calibration process
sequences automatically, ensuring an accurate calibration of the Site
Master. The benefit is calibrated measurements in much less time.
∗The InstaCal® Calibration Module exhibits slightly degraded directivity performance compared to precision loads. Users having applications that require DTF-RL measurements
> | 38 dB | may want to consider using precision load calibration components in place of the
InstaCal calibration module for greater measurement accuracy.
InstaCal® Module ICN50
5
Specifications*1
Model
Frequency range
S810A/S818A/S820A
3.3 to 10.5 GHz (S810A)
3.3 to 18.0 GHz (S818A)
3.3 to 20.0 GHz (S820A)
Frequency accuracy (CW mode)
75 ppm
Frequency resolution
1 MHz
Immunity to interfering RF signals up to∗2
–10 dBm
Return loss
Range: 0 to 54 dB, Resolution: 0.01 dB
SWR
Range: 1 to 65, Resolution: 0.01
Cable/Waveguide Loss
Range: 0 to 20 dB, Resolution: 0.01 dB
Distance-to-fault
(S810A, S818A, S820A)
Vertical range
Return loss: 0 to 54 dB
SWR: 1 to 65
Horizontal range: 0 to 128 x (resolution)
Horizontal resolution, rectangular windowing resolution (meter):
Coax: (1.5 x 108)(υp)/∆ frequency∗3
Waveguide: (1.5 x 108)(√(1–(Fc/F1)2)/∆ frequency)∗4
Wattmeter (RF power monitor, Option 5)
Display range: –80 to +80 dBm, 10 pW to 100 kW
Detector range: –50 to +20 dBm, 10 nW to 100 mW
Offset range: 0 to +60 dB
Resolution: 0.1 dB, 0.1 x W
Trace memory
70
Instrument configuration with calibration
6
Test port connector
Precision N female
Maximum input without damage
N(f) test port: +22 dBm
RF power detector: +20 dBm, 50 Ω
Temperature
Operating: 0°C to 50°C
Storage: –20°C to 75°C
Weight
1.36 kg (3.0 lbs.) nom (S800A series)
Size
203.2 mm x 177.8 mm x 57.2 mm (8 in x 7 in x 2.25 in)
General
Electromagnetic compatibility: Meets European community requirements for CE marking.
RS232: 9-pin D-sub, three wire serial
∗1: All specifications apply when calibrated at ambient temperature after a five minute warm up.
∗2: In most applications, immunity is typically better because interferring signals are modulated and varying in frequency rather than being CW. Measurements
were made in CW mode by injecting a signal into the Site Master through a coupler.
∗3: Where υp is the cable’s relative propagation velocity. ∆ frequency is the stop frequency minus the start frequency (in Hz). Wide frequency sweeps improve
resolution but reduce maximum display range.
∗4: Where Fc is the waveguide’s cutoff frequency (in Hz) and F1 is the start frequency (in Hz). ∆ frequency is the stop frequency minus the start frequency (in
Hz). Wide frequency sweeps improve resolution but reduce maximum display range.
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Ordering Information
Please specify model/order number, name, and quantity when ordering.
Model/Order No.
Model S113C
Model S114C
Model S251C
Model S331C
Model S332C
Model S810A
Model S818A
Model S820A
Name
Main frame
Site Master (2 to 1600 MHz), Built in DTF
Site Master (2 to 1600 MHz), Built in DTF,
Spectrum Analysis (100 kHz to 1.6 GHz)
Site Master (625 to 2500 MHz), Built in DTF, 2-port
Site Master (25 to 4000 MHz), Built in DTF
Site Master (25 to 4000 MHz), Built in DTF,
Spectrum Analysis (100 kHz to 3.0 GHz)
Site Master (3.3 to 10.5 GHz), Built in DTF
Site Master (3.3 to 18.0 GHz), Built in DTF
Site Master (3.3 to 20.0 GHz), Built in DTF
Standard accessories
InstaCAL (standard on S113C, S114C, S331C, S332C)
User’s Guide
Soft Carrying Case
AC-DC Adapter
Automotive Cigarette Lighter/12 Volt DC Adapter
One Year Warranty
CD ROM containing Fault Location (DTF), Smith Chart,
and Software Management Tools
Serial Interface Cable
Rechargeable battery, NiMH ( “C” version only)
Precision ruggedized K(m) to N(f) adapter (S820A only)
Option 5
Option 10A
Option
RF Watt Meter Power Monitor (RF detector not included)
Built-in Bias Tee (240 mA) - S251C only
42N50A-30
42N50-20
ICN50
5400-71N50
560-7N50B
560-7K50
560-7VA50
IN50C
22K50
22KF50
22N50
22NF50
SM/STS
SM/STSNF
SM/PL
SM/PLNF
SM/STL
OSLN50LF
OSLNF50LF
28K50
28KF50
28N50-2
28NF50-2
2000-767
2000-768
15ND50-1.5C
15NN50-1.5C
15NN50-3.0C
15NN50-5.0C
15NNF50-1.5B
15NNF50-1.5C
15NNF50-3.0C
15NNF50-5.0C
15KKF50-1.5A
15NDF50-1.5C
15RKKF50-1.5A
800-109
800-110
800-111
800-112
34NN50A
34NFNF50
34RKNF50
34RSN50
Optional accessories
Attenuator, 30 dB, DC to 18 GHz, 50 W
Attenuator, 20 dB, DC to 18 GHz, 5 W
InstaCAL (standard on S113C, S114C, S331C, S332C)
RF Detector, N(m), 50 Ohm, 1 to 3000 MHz
RF Detector, N(m), 50 Ohm, 10 MHz to 20 GHz
RF Detector, K(m), 50 Ohm, 10 MHz to 40 GHz
RF Detector, V(m), 50 Ohm, 10 MHz to 50 GHz
5W Limiter, N(m)-N(f), 18 GHz
Precision K(m) Short/Open, 40 GHz
Precision K(f) Short/Open, 40 GHz
Precision N(m) Short/Open, 18 GHz
Precision N(f) Short/Open, 18 GHz
Standard N(m) Short, 3.5 GHz
Standard N(f) Short, 3.5 GHz
Precision N(m) Load, 42 dB, 4.0 GHz
Precision N(f) Load, 42 dB, 4.0 GHz
Standard N(m) Load, 35 dB, 3.5 GHz
Precision N(m) Open/short/Load, 42 dB, 4.0 GHz
Precision N(f) Open/short/Load, 42 dB, 4.0 GHz
Precision N(m) Load, 40 GHz
Precision N(f) Load, 40 GHz
Precision N(m) Load, 40 dB, 18 GHz
Precision N(f) Load, 40 dB, 18 GHz
Precision Open/Short/Load, 7-16 (m), 3.5 GHz
Precision Open/Short/Load, 7-16 (f), 3.5 GHz
Test Port Ext. Cable, 3.5 GHz, 1.5 meters
Test Port Ext. Cable, 6 GHz, 1.5 meters
Test Port Ext. Cable, 6 GHz, 3.0 meters
Test Port Ext. Cable, 6 GHz, 5.0 meters
Test port cable armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to N(f), 18 GHz
Test port cable armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to N(f), 6.0 GHz
Test port cable armored, 3.0 meter, N(m) to N(f), 6.0 GHz
Test port cable armored, 5.0 meter, N(m) to N(f), 6.0 GHz
Test port cable armored, 1.5 meter, K(m) to K(f), 26.5 GHz
Test port cable armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(f), 3.5 GHz
Test port cable armored, 1.5 meter, K(m) to K(f), 26.5 GHz
Detector extender cable, 7.6 m (25 ft.)
Detector extender cable, 15.2 m (50 ft.)
Detector extender cable, 30.5 m (100 ft.)
Detector extender cable, 61 m (200 ft.)
Precision N(m) to N(m) Adapter, 18 GHz
Precision N(f) to N(f) Adapter, 18 GHz
Precision Ruggedized K(m) to N(f) Adapter, 20 GHz
Precision Ruggedized WSMA(m) to N(m) Adapter, 20 GHz
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For product ordering information, see pages 4 – 10
Model/Order No.
K220B
K222B
1091-26
1091-27
1091-80
1091-81
1091-172
510-90
510-91
510-92
510-93
510-96
510-97
D41955
48258
40-115
806-62
800-441
760-213
760-215A
633-27
2300-347
10580-00014
10580-00060
10580-00030
10580-00065
10580-00015
10580-00061
10580-00066
10580-00022
10580-00062
10580-00031
10580-00067
2000-766
2000-753
2000-661
2000-662
2000-663
2000-664
2000-665
2000-667
2000-1008
2000-761
2000-755
2000-756
2000-1002
2000-1003
2000-1194
2000-1004
2000-1012
2000-1029
2000-1030
2000-1031
2000-1032
2000-1034
2000-1035
Name
Precision K(m)-K(m) Adapter, 40 GHz
Precision K(f)-K(f) Adapter, 40 GHz
Adapter N(m) to SMA(m), 18 GHz
Adapter N(m) to SMA(f), 18 GHz
Adapter, N(f) to SMA(n), 18 GHz
Adapter, N(f) to SMA(f), 18 GHz
Adapter, DC to 1.3 GHz, 50 Ohm, N(m) to BNC(f)
Adapter 7-16(f) to N(m), 3.5 GHz
Adapter 7-16(f) to N(f), 3.5 GHz
Adapter 7-16(m) to N(m), 3.5 GHz
Adapter 7-16(m) to N(f), 3.5 GHz
Adapter 7/16 (m) to 7/16 (m), 3.5 GHz
Adapter 7/16 (f) to 7/16 (f), 3.5 GHz
Spare Soft Carrying Case
Spare Soft Carrying Case for “C” version Site Master
Spare AC/DC Adapter
Spare Automotive Cigarette Lighter/12 Volts DC adapter
Spare Serial Interface Cable
Transit Case for S800 Series Site Master
Transit Case for Site Master
Rechargeable battery, NiMH for “C” version Site Master
Spare Site Master Software Tools
Spare Site Master S810A, S818A User’s Guide
Spare Site Master User’s Guide (S113C, S114C, S331C
& S332C)
Spare Site Master S820A User’s Guide
Spare Site Master User’s Guide (S251C)
Site Master Programming Manual (for S810A, S818A, S820A)
Site Master Programming Manual (for S113C, S114C,
S331C, S332C)
Site Master Programming Manual (for S251C)
Site Master Maintenance Manual (for S810A & S818A)
Site Master Maintenance Manual (for S113C, S114C,
S331C & S332C)
Site Master Maintenance Manual (for S820A)
Site Master Maintenance Manual (for S251C)
HP DeskJet printer includes: serial-to-parallel interface
cable, black print cartridge, and US power cable
Spare serial-to-parallel converter cable
Black print cartridge
Rechargeable battery for DeskJet printer
Power cable (Europe) for DeskJet printer
Power cable (Australia) for DeskJet printer
Power cable (UK) for DeskJet printer
Power cable (So. Africa) for DeskJet printer
Seiko DPU-441-30BU thermal printer (120VAC)
Includes: internal battery, thermal printer paper,
serial cable, US power cable
Seiko DPU-441-30BU thermal printer (220VAC)
Includes: internal battery, thermal printerpPaper,
serial cable, Euro power cable
Five (5) rolls of thermal paper
Spare serial 9-pin to 25-pin D-sub converter cable
(Seiko DPU-411)
US Adapter (for Seiko DPU-41-30BU printer)
Europe Adapter (for Seiko DPU-41-30BU printer)
Japan adapter (for Seiko DPU-414-30B)
Battery pack (for Seiko DPU-41-30BU printer)
Spare serial 9-pin(m) to 9-pin (f) cable
(for Seiko DPU-414-30BU printer)
Battery charger, NiMH for “B” version Site Master
Portable antenna, SMA (m) 1.71 to 1.88 GHz
Portable antenna, SMA (m) 1.85 to 1.99 GHz
Portable antenna, SMA (m) 2.4 to 2.5 GHz
Portable antenna, SMA (f) 806 to 869 MHz
Portable antenna, SMA (m) 902 to 960 MHz
HANDHELD MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Universal Waveguide Component Accessories
Precison waveguide calibration components
Part number
Freq. range
Waveguide type
XXUM40
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric
Description
3.30 to 4.90 GHz
WR229, WG11A
PDR40
Compatible flanges
XXUM48
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric
3.95 to 5.85 GHz
WR187, WG12
CAR48, PAR48, UAR48, PDR48
XXUM58
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric
4.90 to 7.05 GHz
WR159, WG13
CAR58, PAR58, UAR58, PDR58
XXUM70
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric
5.85 to 8.20 GHz
WR137, WG14
CAR70, PAR70, UAR 70, PDR70
XXUM84
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric
7.05 to 10.00 GHz
WR112, WG15
CBR84, UBR84, PBR84, PDR84
XXUM100
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric
8.20 to 12.40 GHz
WR90, WG16
CBR100, UBR100, PBR100, PDR100
XXUM120
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric
10.00 to 15.00 GHz
WR75, WG17
CBR120, UBR120, PBR120, PDR120
XXUM140
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric
12.40 to 18.00 GHz
WR62, WG18
CBR140, UBR140, PBR140, PDR140
XXUM220
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric
17.00 to 26.50 GHz
WR42, WG20
CBR220, UBR220, PBR220, PDR220
XXUA229
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US
3.30 to 4.90 GHz
WR229, WG11A
CPR229F, CPR229G, UG-1350/U, UG-1351/U,
UG-1726/U, UG-1727/U
XXUA187
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US
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
XXUA159
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US
4.90 to 7.05 GHz
WR159, WG13
CPR159F, CPR159G, UG-1354/U, UG-1355/U,
UG-1730/U, UG-1731/U
XXUA137
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US
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
XXUA112
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US
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
XXUA90
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US
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
XXUA75
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US
10.00 to 15.00 GHz
WR75, WG17
WR75
XXUA62
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US
12.40 to 18.00 GHz
WR62, WG18
UG-541A/U, UG-419/U, UG-1665/U, UG1666/U
XXUA42
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US
17.00 to 26.50 GHz
WR42, WG20
XXCMR229
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR
3.30 to 4.90 GHz
WR229, WG11A
CMR229
XXCMR187
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR
3.95 to 5.85 GHz
WR187, WG12
CMR187, UG1475/U, UG1480/U
XXCMR159
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR
4.90 to 7.05 GHz
WR159, WG13
CMR159
XXCMR137
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR
5.85 to 8.20 GHz
WR137, WG14
CMR137, UG1476/U, UG1481/U
XXCMR112
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR
7.05 to 10.00 GHz
WR112, WG15
CMR112, UG1477/U, UG1482/U
XXCMR90
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR
8.20 to 12.40 GHz
WR90, WG16
CMR90, UG1478/U, UG1483/U
XXUER40
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, UER
3.30 to 4.90 GHz
WR229, WG11A
UER40
XXUER48
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, UER
3.95 to 5.85 GHz
WR187, WG12
UER48
XXUER58
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, UER
4.90 to 7.05 GHz
WR159, WG13
UER58
XXUER70
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, UER
5.85 to 8.20 GHz
WR137, WG14
UER70
XXUER84
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, UER
7.05 to 10.00 GHz
WR112, WG15
UER84
XXUER100
1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, UER
8.20 to 12.40 GHz
WR90, WG16
UER100
UG-596A/U, UG-595/U, UG-597/U, UG-598A/U
Note: Part number Ordering information
Prefix (XX)
- 23 for 1/8 λ offset short
- 24 for 3/8 λ offset short
- 26 for Precision waveguide load
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Precison waveguide-to-coaxial adapters
Part number
302
Description
Freq range
Waveguide type
Compatible flanges
35UM40N
Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric
3.30 to 4.90 GHz
WR229, WG11A
PDR40
35UM48N
Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric
3.95 to 5.85 GHz
WR187, WG12
CAR48, PAR48, UAR48, PDR48
35UM58N
Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric
4.90 to 7.05 GHz
WR159, WG13
CAR58, PAR58, UAR58, PDR58
35UM70N
Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric
5.85 to 8.20 GHz
WR137, WG14
CAR70, PAR70, UAR 70, PDR70
35UM84N
Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric
7.05 to 10.00 GHz
WR112, WG15
CBR84, UBR84, PBR84, PDR84
35UM100N
Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric
8.20 to 12.40 GHz
WR90, WG16
CBR100, UBR100, PBR100, PDR100
35UM120N
Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric
10.00 to 15.00 GHz
WR75, WG17
CBR120, UBR120, PBR120, PDR120
35UM140N
Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric
12.40 to 18.00 GHz
WR62, WG18
CBR140, UBR140, PBR140, PDR140
35UM220K
Coaxial Adapter, K(m), Metric
17.00 to 26.50 GHz
WR42, WG20
CBR220, UBR220, PBR220, PDR220
35UA229N
Coaxial Adapter, N(m), US
3.30 to 4.90 GHz
WR229, WG11A
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