Signal Analyzer MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Brochure

Product Brochure
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Signal Analyzer
MS2690A: 50 Hz to 6.0 GHz
MS2691A: 50 Hz to 13.5 GHz
MS2692A: 50 Hz to 26.5 GHz
The Signal Analyzer MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
(MS269xA) has the excellent general level accuracy,
dynamic range and performance of a high-end spectrum
analyzer. Its easy operability and built-in functions are
perfect for tests of Tx characteristics. Not only can it capture
wideband signals but FFT technology supports multifunction
signal analyses in both the time and frequency domains.
Behavior in the time domain that cannot be handled by a
sweep type spectrum analyzer can be checked in the
frequency domain. A wide frequency can be analyzed using
sweep type spectrum analysis functions while detailed
signal analysis of a specific frequency band is supported
too. Moreover, the built-in signal generator function outputs
both continuous wave (CW) and modulated signals for use
as a reference signal source when testing Tx characteristics
of parts and as a signal source for evaluating Rx
characteristics.
Wireless communications are tending toward use of higher
frequencies above 3 GHz and wider bandwidths. However,
general-purpose spectrum analyzers suffer from a degraded
noise floor above 3 GHz due to the 3-GHz baseband, so
they cannot be used to verify the true product performance.
Because the MS269xA baseband can be extended up to
6 GHz it offers excellent level accuracy and modulation
precision at frequencies from 50 Hz to 6 GHz. Adding the
full line of versatile analysis software options eliminates the
need for an external PC at wireless modulation analysis.
Moreover, installing a preselector bypass option
(MS2692A-067) enables use of the signal analyzer and
modulation analysis functions up to 26.5 GHz (MS2692A).
Waveform creation software generates modulation signal
patterns for all common wireless technologies to output
signals for the vector signal generator function.
The high-performance, multi-function MS269xA Signal
Analyzer supports better analysis than more expensive
standalone spectrum analyzers.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Signal Analyzer
MS2690A:50 Hz to 6.0 GHz
MS2691A:50 Hz to 13.5 GHz
MS2692A:50 Hz to 26.5 GHz
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Key Features
Signal Analyzer Functions
Spectrum
Analyzer
Signal
Analyzer
Vector Signal
Generator
Basic Performance/Functions
■ Frequency Range
MS2690A: 50 Hz to 6.0 GHz
MS2691A: 50 Hz to 13.5 GHz
MS2692A: 50 Hz to 26.5 GHz
■ Total Level Accuracy: ±0.3 dB (typ.)
The Absolute Amplitude Accuracy specification described in
catalogs of other spectrum analyzers ignores the important
frequency characteristics, linearity, and attenuator switching
errors. The MS269xA calibration technology supports excellent
level accuracy over the wide frequency range from 50 Hz to 6 GHz
even under measurement conditions including the above three
errors.
■ Dynamic Range*1: 177 dB
TOI*2: ≥+22 dBm
DANL*3: –155 dBm/Hz
■ Improved Level Linearity
■ Internal Reference Oscillator
Pre-installed Reference Oscillator
Aging Rate: ±1 × 10–8/day
Start-up Characteristics: ±5 × 10–8 (5 minutes after power-on)
Rubidium Reference Oscillator (MS269xA-001)
Aging Rate: ±1 × 10–10/month
Start-up Characteristics: ±1 × 10–9 (7 minutes after power-on)
■ Versatile Built-in Functions
[Standard]
- Channel Power
- Occupied Bandwidth
- Adjacent Channel Leakage Power
- Spectrum Emission Mask*4
- Spurious Emission*4
- Burst Average Power
- Frequency Counter*4
- AM Depth*5
- FM Deviation*5
- Multi-marker & Marker List
- Highest 10 Markers
- Limit Line*4
- 2-tone 3rd-order Intermodulation Distortion*4
- Phase Noise
- Power Meter*6
[Option]
- Noise Figure*7
■ Analysis Bandwidth
Standard: 31.25 MHz max.
(50 MHz max. sampling rate = 20 ns resolution, ADC resolution 16 bits)
MS269xA-077: 62.5 MHz max.
(100 MHz max. sampling rate = 10 ns resolution, ADC resolution 14 bits)
MS269xA-078*8, *9,: 125 MHz max.
(200 MHz max. sampling rate = 5 ns resolution, ADC resolution 14 bits)
■ Capture Function
Saves analysis Span × Time signal to internal memory and writes
to hard disk.
Up to 100 Msamples per measurement can be saved to internal
memory.
Examples: Span 1 MHz: Max. capture time 50 s
Span 10 MHz: Max. capture time 5 s
Span 100 MHz: Max. capture time 0.5 s
■ Replay Function
Reads saved data and replays using signal analyzer function.
Examples:
1. Data sharing between separate R&D and manufacturing
2. Later laboratory bench-top analysis of on-site signals
■ Measurement with Sub-trace Display
Splits screen and confirms both main and sub-traces at same
time to check errors.
Main: Spectrum, Frequency vs. Time, Power vs. Time,
Phase vs. Time, CCDF/APD, Spectrogram
Sub: Power vs. Time, Spectrogram
■ Supports 125 MHz Wideband Measurements up to 26.5 GHz
MS269xA-067 Microwave Preselector Bypass*10
MS269xA-078 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz*8
Bypassing preselector improves RF frequency characteristics and
in-band frequency characteristics. Supports modulation analysis
and signal analyzer measurements for signals up to 26.5 GHz.
Vector Signal Generator (MS269xA-020)
■ Frequency Range: 125 MHz to 6 GHz
■ Pre-installed Baseband Generator
Vector Modulation Bandwidth: 120 MHz
Sampling Clock: 20 kHz to 160 MHz
■ Level Accuracy: ±0.5 dB
■ Large-capacity Memory: 1 GB = 256 Msamples
■ Internal AWGN Generator
■ Internal BER Measurement Function
Bit Rate: 100 bps to 10 Mbps
Input Level: TTL
*1: Difference between TOI and DANL as simple guide
*2: TOI (Third Order Intercept)
*3: DANL (Displayed Average Noise Level)
*4: Spectrum Analyzer Functions
*5: Signal Analyzer Functions
*6: Use USB Power Sensors
*7: Noise Figure Measurement Function (Requires MS269xA-017)
[Use Noise Sources (Noisecom, NC346 series)]
equires MS269xA-077
*8: R
*9: Combining with MX269028A-002 wireless LAN IEEE 802.11ac (160 MHz)
measurement software (only for MS269xA) supports modulation analysis
up to 160-MHz bandwidth signals of the IEEE 802.11ac.
See measurement software catalog for more details.
*10: MS269xA-067 can be installed in MS2692A
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Panel Layout
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1 Power switch: Press to switch move between the
standby state in which AC power is supplied and the
Power On state in which the MS269xA in the operating
mode.
2 Hard disk access lamp: Lights up when the MS269xA
internal hard disk is being accessed.
3 Copy key: Press to capture a screen image from the
display and save it to a file.
4 Recall key: Press to recall a parameter file.
5 Save key: Press to save a parameter file.
6 Cal key: Press to display the calibration execution
menu.
7 Local key: Press to return to local operation from
remote control operation through GPIB, Ethernet or
USB (B), and enable panel settings.
8 Remote lamp: Lights up when the MS269xA is in a
remote control state.
9 Preset key: Resets parameters to their initial settings.
10 Function keys: Used for selecting or executing function
menu displayed on the right of the screen.
11 Main function keys 1: Used to set or execute main
functions of the MS269xA.
Executable functions vary depending on the application
currently selected.
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12 Main function keys 2: Used to set or execute main
functions of the MS269xA.
Executable functions vary depending on the application
currently selected.
13 Rotary knob/Cursor key/Enter key/Cancel key:
The rotary knob and cursor keys are used to select
display items or change settings.
14 Shift key: Used to operate any keys with functions
described in blue characters on the panel. First press
the Shift key, then press the target key when the Shift
key lamp lights up green.
15 Numeric keypad: Used to enter numbers on parameter
setup screens.
16 RF Input connector: Inputs an RF signal.
17 RF output control key: If the MS269xA-020 Vector
Signal Generator is installed, pressing enables (On) or
disables (Off) the RF signal output. The lamp of the RF
output control key lights up orange when the RF signal
output is set to On.
18 RF output connector (when MS269xA-020 installed):
Outputs an RF signal.
19 USB connectors (type A): Used to connect a USB
keyboard or mouse or the USB memory supplied with
the MS269xA.
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20 Ref Input connector (reference frequency signal
input connector): Inputs an external reference
frequency signal (10 MHz/13 MHz). It is used for
inputting reference frequency signals with accuracy
higher than that of those inside the MS269xA, or for
synchronizing the frequency of the MS269xA to that of
another device.
21 Buffer Out connector (reference frequency signal
output connector): Outputs the reference frequency
signal (10 MHz) generated inside the MS269xA.
It is used for synchronizing the frequencies between
other devices and the MS269xA based on the reference
frequency signal output from this connector.
22 Trigger Input connector: Inputs a trigger signal from an
25 Aux connector: Composite connector for Vector Signal
Generator options with Marker 1 to 3 outputs, pulse
modulation input, baseband reference clock signal
input, and BER measurement Clock, Data, and Enable
inputs. Converted to BNC using optional AUX Conversion
Adaptor (J1373A).
26 GPIB connector: Used when controlling the MS269xA
externally via GPIB.
27 USB connector (type B): Used when controlling the
MS269xA externally via USB.
28 Ethernet connector: Used for connecting to a personal
computer (PC) or for Ethernet connection.
29 USB connectors (type A): Used to connect a USB
external device. Refer to the operation manual of each
application for operations when a trigger signal is input.
keyboard or mouse or the USB memory supplied with
the MS269xA.
23 Sweep Status Out connector: Outputs a signal that is
30 Monitor Out connector: Used for connection with an
enabled when an internal measurement is performed or
measurement data is obtained.
24 IF Out connector: Outputs an IF signal. 874.988 MHz
is specified as the center frequency during spectrum
analyzer operations, and 875 or 900 MHz is specified
during signal analyzer operations. (Bandwidth ≤31.25
MHz: 875 MHz, Bandwidth >31.25 MHz: 900 MHz)
The IF signal is output without band limitation by RBW
during both spectrum analyzer and signal analyzer
operations.
external display.
31 AC inlet: Used for supplying power.
32 Noise Source Drive connector: This is available when
the MS269xA-017/117 is installed. Supply (+28 V) of
the Noise Source Drive.
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Basic Performance
Excellent Total Level Accuracy: ±0.3 dB (typ.)
(Common to both Spectrum Analyzer and Signal Analyzer
Functions)
With a 6-GHz basic band and level calibration over a wide
frequency range, the MS269xA has excellent total level accuracy.
The Absolute Amplitude Accuracy specification described in
catalogs of other spectrum analyzers ignores the important
frequency characteristics, linearity, and attenuator switching errors.
In contrast, the MS269xA Level Calibration technology assures
excellent level accuracy over a wide frequency range from 50 Hz to
6 GHz even under measurement conditions including the above
three errors. The level accuracy is assured even when the
frequency and attenuator are switched.
The MS269xA total level accuracy includes:
• Frequency characteristics
• Linearity
• Attenuator switching error
Advantage of 6 GHz Basic Band
Conventional spectrum analyzers have a degraded noise floor
above 3 GHz because they use a preselector at the 3-GHz basic
band, which causes lowered measurement accuracy.
The MS269xA basic band of 6 GHz eliminates the degraded noise
floor and improves measurement accuracy.
Advantage of MS269xA Level Accuracy Technology
Conventional spectrum analyzers perform level calibration at just
one frequency point, which causes errors when the frequency
changes. The MS269xA has two built-in signal generators for level
calibration over a wide frequency range from 50 Hz to 6 GHz,
minimizing measurement errors in this frequency range.
Note: Eliminates effect of noise floor
Used only when Uncal does not occur
*1: Excluding Guard Band
MS269xA Block Diagram
Preselector
The MS269xA has a basic band that goes to 6 GHz without a
preselector. Most spectrum analyzers may use a preselector in the
high band to clean-up images but it is extremely difficult to stabilize
the amplitude and frequency characteristics of the preselector. This
instability is the main cause of degraded level accuracy and
modulation precision in measuring instruments.
Additionally, the preselector passband frequency can cause
limitations at analysis bandwidths. No preselector means greater
measurement accuracy.
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MS2692A-067∗ Microwave Preselector Bypass
Bypasses the preselector to improve the RF frequency
characteristics and the in-band frequency characteristics.
When the preselector option is set to On, the image response
elimination filter is bypassed.
Therefore, this function is not appropriate for spurious
measurement to receive the image response.
∗: MS269xA-067 can be installed in MS2692A.
Basic Performance
Example: Level Error Comparison with Different Level Calibration Method
MS269xA
Conventional Spectrum Analyzer
Wideband correction!
→ High accuracy even when frequency changed
The MS269xA total level accuracy includes:
• Frequency characteristics
• Linearity
• Attenuator switching error
Calibrate only for one frequency point
→ Changing frequency causes error!
The absolute amplitude accuracy specifications of
other spectrum analyzers excludes:
• Frequency characteristics
• Linearity
• Attenuator switching error
The measuring instrument level error cannot be said to really meet the specifications if measurement requires addition of a margin to the
product test specification. Since specifications with added margin are severe, even genuinely passing products may sometimes be evaluated
as failing due to this margin.
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Basic Performance
Top Class Dynamic Range
Dynamic range*1: 177 dB
TOI*2: ≥+22 dBm (700 MHz to 4 GHz)
DANL*3: –155 dBm/Hz (30 MHz to 2.4 GHz)
Dynamic range is a key specification for spectrum analyzers. Low
displayed average noise level (DANL) as well as high TOI are
important too.
Low TOI may cause distortion with high-level carrier signals.
Inserting an attenuator can lower the carrier level but this has the
effect of lowering the level of weak spurious, making it hard to
measure.
DANL and distortion relative to mixer level (dB)
Distortion Characteristics (Spectrum Analyzer)
-50
1 DANL
(RBW: 30 Hz)
30 MHz to 2.4 GHz
-60
-70
-80
-90
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3
2 DANL
(RBW: 1 Hz)
30 MHz to 2.4 GHz
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2
3 2nd
Harmonic Distortion
400 MHz to 3 GHz
-100
-110
4 3rd
Order Intermodulation
700 MHz to 4 GHz
-120
-130
-80
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Mixer level (dBm)
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*1: Difference between TOI and DANL as simple guide.
*2: TOI (Third Order Intercept)
*3: DANL (Displayed Average Noise Level)
The MS269xA has an excellent dynamic range supporting true
performance measurements of devices, such as base stations,
requiring wideband measuring instruments.
For example, the 3GPP category-B spurious measurement
specification requires a measuring instrument with severe dynamic
range specifications. If the measurement is within the MS269xA
dynamic range, measurement jigs such as filters and amplifiers are
unnecessary and troublesome calibration is omitted, helping simplify
setup and cut costs.
Example: SSB Phase Noise
(Spectrum Analyzer/Signal Analyzer Common)
Basic Performance
Supports 125 MHz Wideband Measurements up to 26.5 GHz
MS2692A-067 Microwave Preselector Bypass*1 + MS2692A-078 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz*2
*1: Can be installed in MS2692A.
*2: Require MS2692A-077.
Supports wideband analysis with high frequencies for satellite communications
Microwave preselector bypass frequency range: 6 GHz to 26.5 GHz (MS2692A)
Installing the microwave preselector bypass supports signal analyzer measurement functions in the above frequency range.
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Basic Performance
Improved Level Linearity
Conventional spectrum analyzers use an analog IF and log amp to
achieve good level accuracy at points near the log scale reference
level, but the accuracy degrades at points that are further away.
The MS269xA uses a digital IF instead of a log amp, which
supports measurements with excellent accuracy at any point.
Example: Level Stability by Switching Reference Level
Level Linearity:
The MS269xA total level accuracy is better than that of
conventional spectrum analyzers but sometimes a power meter
is used when wanting to measure with even higher accuracy.
However, use of a power meter narrows the dynamic range
and errors may also occur easily when switching the power
range. Since a power meter has no frequency selection, the
total power of the input signal is measured. In other words, the
power of the target frequency components cannot be
separated out.
Measurement can be performed with a wide dynamic range
after checking the MS269xA level measurement reference
value with a power meter.
The MS269xA total level accuracy includes:
• Frequency characteristics
• Linearity
• Attenuator switching error
–80.63 dBm
And supports excellent:
• Log scale stability
Dual Sweep Speed: Normal/Fast
When sweep time is set to [Auto], Normal (normal sweep) or Fast
mode (high-speed sweep) can be set. The Fast mode sweeps six
times faster than the Normal mode.
–80.62 dBm
–80.63 dBm
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Example of Sweep Mode Switch Error: (CW –10 dBm input)
Level Error when Switching from Normal to Fast
Basic Performance
Resolution Bandwidth (RBW)
Gate Sweep
Setting Range (Spectrum Analyzer):
30 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence),
50 kHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 20 MHz, 31.25 MHz*1
Setting Range (Spectrum trace in signal analyzer mode):
1 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 sequence), 3 MHz*2, *3, 10 MHz*3
Gate sweep executes sweeping only for the length of time specified
by the gate length, starting from when the trigger condition is met.
A delay time until sweeping starts after the trigger condition is met
can be set using trigger delay.
When monitoring two adjacent signals, the frequency resolution
can be increased by reducing the resolution bandwidth (RBW).
This also has the effect of reducing the noise level.
Conversely, to confirm level variations of 20-MHz band signals
such as LTE, set the RBW to 31.25 MHz.
*1: Instead of Gaussian filter, 31.25 MHz RBW uses filter with flat top
characteristics above 31.25 MHz.
*2: With MS269xA-077 installed and bandwidth setting ≥50 MHz
*3: With MS269xA-077+078 installed and bandwidth setting ≥50 MHz
Trigger Function
Trigger sweep executes sweeping using the specified trigger
condition as the start point. In particular, “SG Marker” starts
analyzer measurement in synchrony with the signal output by
installing MS269xA-020. Using this function supports simple
synchronized measurement even when evaluating signals with
large level variation over time, such as modulation signals.
• Video trigger:
Trigger sweeping starts in synchronization with the rise or fall
of the waveform. A trigger level indicator showing the trigger
level is displayed on the screen.
• Wide IF video trigger:
An IF signal with a wide passing band of about 50 MHz is
detected, and sweeping starts in synchronization with either
the rise or fall of the detected signal.
• External trigger:
Sweeping starts in synchronization with the rise or fall of the
signal input via the Trigger Input connector.
• SG Marker trigger (Requires MS269xA-020):
Sweeping starts in synchronization with the rise or fall of the
marker signal output of MS269xA-020. This function supports
measurement in synchronization with the output signal of
MS269xA-020.
• The gate source can be selected from the following
- Wide IF video trigger
- External trigger
- SG marker trigger (Requires MS269xA-020)
• Setting range and resolution for gate delay
- Setting range: 0 to 1 s
- Resolution: 20 ns
• Setting range and resolution for gate length
- Setting range: 50 μs to 1 s
- Resolution: 20 ns
Three Built-in External Interfaces
The built-in Gigabit Ethernet, USB2.0, and GPIB interfaces support
remote operation.
GPIB: IEEE 488.2, Rear panel, IEEE 488 bus connector
Interface functions: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0,
DC1, DT0, C0, E2
Ethernet: 10/100/1000BASE-T, Rear panel, RJ-45
USB (B): USB2.0, Rear panel, USB-B connector
Saving Measurement Results
Measurement results can be saved to internal hard disk or external
USB memory. Screen dumps and trace data can be saved too.
• Screen dump file type
- BMP
- PNG
• The color of the screen hard copy can be set as follows:
- Normal (same as screen display)
- Reverse
- Monochrome
- Reversed Monochrome
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Signal Analyzer: Basic Performance/Functions
Wide bandwidth × High Accuracy FFT
Analysis
Standard: 31.25 MHz max.
(Sampling rate 50 MHz max = Resolution 20 ns,
ADC resolution 16 bits)
MS269xA-077: 62.5 MHz max.
(Sampling rate 100 MHz max = Resolution 10 ns,
ADC resolution 14 bits)
MS269xA-078∗1, ∗2: 125 MHz max.
(Sampling rate 200 MHz max = Resolution 5 ns,
ADC resolution 14 bits)
Based on the excellent level accuracy and wide dynamic range of
the MS269xA, a signal with an FFT analysis bandwidth of up to
125 MHz can be captured with a level accuracy of ±0.3 dB.
∗1: Requires MS269xA-077
∗2: Combining with MX269028A-002 wireless LAN IEEE 802.11ac (160 MHz)
measurement software (only for MS269xA) supports modulation analysis
up to 160-MHz bandwidth signals of the IEEE 802.11ac.
See measurement software catalog for more details.
∗3: 50 Hz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal
∗4: Excluding Guard Band
Excellent Frequency Characteristics in
Analysis Bandwidth
The Signal Analyzer Extra Band Cal function using the built-in
oscillator for calibration supports analysis bandwidth calibration at
the set frequency.
The excellent in-band frequency characteristics support wideband
modulation analysis with less error.
Save Signals in Internal Memory
Max. Capture Time: 0.5 s to 2000 s
Max. Number of Samples: 100 Msamples
The “Analysis bandwidth × Analysis time” signal is held in internal
memory and saved to hard disk.
Up to 100 Msamples of data can be saved to memory for one
measurement. The frequency span determines the sampling rate. The
following chart shows the maximum capture time per frequency span.
Span
Sampling Rate
Capture Time
1 kHz
2.5 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz
25 kHz
50 kHz
100 kHz
250 kHz
500 kHz
1 MHz
2.5 MHz
5 MHz
10 MHz
25 MHz
31.25 MHz
50 MHz*
62.5 MHz*
100 MHz*
125 MHz*
2 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz
20 kHz
50 kHz
100 kHz
200 kHz
500 kHz
1 MHz
2 MHz
5 MHz
10 MHz
20 MHz
50 MHz
50 MHz
100 MHz
100 MHz
200 MHz
200 MHz
2000 s
2000 s
2000 s
2000 s
2000 s
1000 s
500 s
200 s
100 s
50 s
20 s
10 s
5s
2s
2s
500 ms
500 ms
500 ms
500 ms
Max.
Sampling Data
4M
10M
20M
40M
100M
100M
100M
100M
100M
100M
100M
100M
100M
100M
100M
50M
50M
100M
100M
*: With MS269xA-077: 50/62.5 MHz
With MS269xA-077/078: 50/62.5/100/125 MHz
Replay Function for Comparison Evaluation
This function reads saved data and replays it using the signal
analyzer measurement function.
Examples:
1. Data sharing between separate R&D and manufacturing
2. Later laboratory bench-top analysis of on-site signals
3. Save data at shipment and re-verify if problem occurs
Captured Waveform Data: Selection Screen
Extra Band Cal Frequency Range
Span ≤ 31.25 MHz (Standard): 30 MHz to 6 GHz
Span > 31.25 MHz (MS269xA-077/078): 100 MHz to 6 GHz
∗: Setting center frequency after Extra Band Cal, requires re-execution of
Extra Band Cal.
Example of frequency characteristics in
analysis bandwidth after Extra Band Cal
(With MS269xA-078, Reference Level: –10 dBm,
Input attenuator: 10 dB, Preamp: Off, Span: 125 MHz)
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Signal Analyzer: Trace
Phase vs. Time
The Spectrum trace displays a graph with amplitude on the y-axis
and frequency on the x-axis. The captured IQ data is FFT
processed (fast Fourier transformed) and converted from the time
domain to the frequency domain for display as a spectrum.
The Phase vs. Time trace displays a graph with phase on the
y-axis and time on the x-axis to confirm time variation of the
measured signal phase.
Amplitude
Phase
Spectrum
Time
Frequency
Power vs. Time
CCDF*1/APD*2
The Power vs. Time trace displays a graph with amplitude on the
y-axis and time on the x-axis to confirm changes in power with time
of measured signals.
The CCDF trace displays the power variation probability on the
y-axis and power variation on the y-axis to confirm the CCDF and
APD of measured signals.
Amplitude
*1: CCDF (Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function)
*2: APD (Amplitude Probability Density)
Time
Measurement Results
Frequency vs. Time
Measurement Results
■ CCDF: The CCDF display indicates the cumulative
distribution of transient power variations compared
to average power.
■ APD: The APD display indicates the probability distribution
of transient power fluctuations compared to average
power.
Frequency
The Frequency vs. Time trace displays a graph with frequency on
the y-axis and time on the x-axis to confirm time variation of the
measured signal frequency.
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Signal Analyzer: Trace
Spectrogram
Measurement with Sub-trace Display
The Spectrogram trace displays the level as color with frequency
on the y-axis and time on the x-axis. The captured IQ data is FFT
processed to confirm time variations in the continuous spectrum.
It is useful for monitoring frequency hopping and transient signals.
This function splits the screen into top and bottom halves;
simultaneous display of the sub-trace supports easy monitoring of
fault locations and transient phenomena.
Main: Spectrum, Frequency vs. Time, Power vs. Time,
Phase vs. Time, CCDF/APD, Spectrogram
Sub: Power vs. Time, Spectrogram
The part of a previously captured long-term signal to be monitored
can be selected (Blue part) on the sub-trace to display the problem
part only on the main trace.
Selected Part
No Trace
No Trace mode does not execute signal analysis. Therefore, “IQ
data output” and “IQ data readout using remote commands” can be
executed quickly without the need to wait for completion of
analysis.
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Signal Analyzer: Trace
Example: Sub-trace Display
Confirm analysis range in sub-trace, and target signal status on main trace.
↑ Analysis range
↑ Analysis range
↑ Analysis range
↑ Analysis range
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Signal Analyzer: Applications
Analyze Captured Waveforms using
Third-Party Tools
Analysis tools
Internal
HDD
The MS269xA utilizes proprietary calibration technologies, enabling
digitized baseband data to be used directly in third-party analysis
tools without the need for correction.
Analysis tools
Waveform
memory
Sampling
Capture & Playback Real-World Signals
The MS269xA provides Capture & Playback functionality that
enables laboratory-grade testing of transceiver systems using real
world signals. Using the optional integrated Vector Signal Analyzer
and Vector Signal Generator of the MS269xA, Capture & Playback
allows users to conveniently capture up to 100 MHz of spectrum
and play it back at any designated frequency and amplitude,
making it easy to determine device performance margins.
Applications for Capture & Playback
Validation/Production Test
Captured signals can be used to initiate a communications link and
perform receiver sensitivity testing with a device under test (DUT)
using signals captured from a Golden Unit.
External PC
RAM
drive
1000BASE-T
RF input
Capture
using
Vector Signal
Analyzer
Playback
using
Vector Signal
Analyzer
Device Characterization
Actual baseband signals captured from an RFIC can be used as
simulation for characterizing amplifiers and other downstream
devices or modules.
Electromagnetic Compatibility Test
Problematic RF environments or discrete signals – such as cellular
or Wi-Fi – can be captured and used to evaluate a device’s
susceptibility to RF interference, debug any problems found and
validate the solution
Come here, Watson.
I need you!
Repeatably Test Device Performance
using “Real-World” RF Environments
Playback
“Golden Unit” signal with stability and repeatability
Capture
output signal from “Golden Unit”
Rx
Test
Rx
Test
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Test
Rx
Test
Tx
Test
Rx
Test
Tx
Test
Tx
Test
Tx
Test
Rx
Test
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Rx
Test
Tx
Test
Signal Analyzer: Applications
Capture & Playback Highlights
● Bandwidth and Time Limits
Minimum 10 kHz Bandwidth (2000 s maximum duration)*
Maximum 100 MHz Bandwidth (500 ms maximum duration)*
aximum bandwidth depends upon vector signal analyzer options
*: M
installed (Standard analysis bandwidth or MS269xA-077/078).
● Captured signal may be freely tuned to any output frequency and
amplitude supported by the vector signal generator.
● Any section of the captured waveform record may be selected
and played back.
 Enables user to isolate and reproduce specific signal bursts
 Enables user to change duty cycle of pulsed waveforms
Convert
Digitized data
Waveform data
Internal
HDD
Waveform
memory (SA)
ARB memory
(SG)
Sampling
RF input
RF signal output
Field measurements
Golden Unit output...
Reproduces and
outputs captured
waveform
Playback Block Diagram
Playback Range
Playback any Desired Section of Captured Waveform
Example: Noise Analysis and Record and Replay
Signal Analyzer Capture Function Records Noise
● Save frequency span × Capture time as data file in memory
● Re-sample saved data and output as file to internal or external hard disk
● Recall data saved in internal or external hard disk and analyze as many times as necessary
● Perform multi-domain analysis, such as frequency axis, time axis, spectrogram, etc.
Replay Captured Noise from Vector Signal Generator
● Vector Signal Generator generates waveform pattern using built-in PC based on data captured by Signal Analyzer
● Outputs generated waveform at arbitrary level and frequency → Replay noise
● Simple Capture & Playback function key operations support easy capture through to noise regeneration
MS269xA-020 Vector Signal Generator
• Frequency Range: 125 MHz to 6 GHz
• Output Level: –140 to 0 dBm
• Baseband Generator Clock: 20 kHz to 160 MHz
• Arbitrary Waveform Memory: 1 GB
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Versatile Built-in Functions
Occupied Bandwidth
The MS269xA is fully loaded with all the functions required for
evaluating Tx characteristics. Tests can be performed simply and in
accordance with standards using functions tailored to measurement
contents.
Occupied bandwidth is measured by selecting either the N% or X-dB
mode.
Pre-installed templates for each standard support easy parameter
setting.
Measure Function
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth
Adjacent Channel Leakage Power
Spectrum Emission Mask
Burst Average Power
Spurious Emission
AM Depth
FM Deviation
Multi-marker & Marker List
Highest 10 Markers
Limit Line
Frequency Counter
2-tone 3rd-order Intermodulation Distortion
Annotation Display (On/Off)
Phase Noise
Power Meter
Noise Figure
SPA*1






SPA
VSA*2



Bandwidth











Independent function
Independent function*3
MS269xA-017*4
Measurement Results
Measurement Results
■ Bandwidth for specified conditions
*1: SPA (Spectrum Analyzer)
*2: VSA (Vector Signal Analyzer)
*3: Use USB Power Sensors
*4: Use Noise Sources (Noisecom, NC346 series)
Adjacent Channel Leakage Power
Channel Power
SPA
VSA
This function measures channel bandwidth power. Three types of
filters (Rect, Nyquist, Root Nyquist) can be selected.
Pre-installed templates for each standard support easy parameter
setting.
SPA
Offset
In-Band
Offset
Measurement Results
Measurement Results
Measurement Results
■ Absolute power per Hz in channel band
■ Total power in channel band
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VSA
This function measures carrier adjacent channel (offset) power
(In-Band).
1 to 12 carriers can be set and switched instantaneously on-screen.
True ACLR performance is measured using the noise cancellation
function to subtract main-frame noise from the measurement result.
Pre-installed templates for each standard support easy parameter
setting.
Bandwidth
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VSA
Useful for Tx Characteristics Evaluation
Measurement Results
■ Absolute power of Offset channel
■ Relative values in relation to reference power selected in
ACP reference
Versatile Built-in Functions
Spectrum Emission Mask
SPA
This function splits the offset part into up to 12 segments; the
measurement parameters and limit lines can be specified to
measure the peak power and margin for each segment. The results
are tabulated below the trace and marked PASS/FAIL. Pre-installed
templates for each standard support easy parameter setting.
Base
Carrier
Offset
Spurious Emission
SPA
This function splits the frequency range into up to 20 segments for
sweeping; the measurement parameters and limit lines can be
specified to measure the peak power and margin for each segment.
The results are tabulated below the trace and marked PASS/FAIL.
In particular, all tests can be completed up to the final stage without
an external PC because the zero-span capture function described
in the technology compliance test is built-in.
Offset
Limit Line
Limit Line
Spurious
Measurement Results
Measurement Results
Measurement Results
■ Peak power (or margin) at offset
■ Each peak frequency
Burst Average Power
Measurement Results
■ Each segment peak power and margin
■ Each peak frequency
SPA
VSA
The average power for the range specified by two markers is
displayed in the time domain. Measurement only requires setting
the measurement start and stop positions on the screen. True
performance is measured using the noise cancellation function to
subtract main-frame noise from the measurement result. Preinstalled templates for each standard support easy parameter
setting.
Start
Stop
Example: Spurious Emission
The Japanese Radio Law governing measurement of spurious
specifies searching for the peak level in the swept frequency
segment using different parameter settings and then
performing zero-span measurement of the found peak point.
The MS269xA spurious measurement function not only
performs the sweep search but also performs the zero-span
measurement automatically as well, and displays the results of
both. Using zero-span measurement, the search screen is
displayed as is while zero-span measurement runs in the
background and the result markers are plotted on the search
screen. Time wasted by screen switching is reduced and the
correlation with the search results can be seen at a glance.
Measurement Example
Start/Stop Position
Measurement Results
Measurement Results
■ Average power of specified range
Search only
Search + Measurement
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Versatile Built-in Functions
VSA
AM Depth
SPA
VSA
Up to 10 markers can be set for this function. Markers may be
either a spot or a zone. Using a zone marker, the peak of a signal
with an unstable variable frequency can be tracked and measured.
Not only can the 10 markers be listed below the trace but the
differences between markers can be calculated and displayed
using the delta setting.
Amplitude
The Power vs. Time trace measurement function is used to confirm
AM depth.
It measures the measured signal AM based on trace data at the
displayed marker. When marker is Off, the whole range is
measured.
Multi-marker & Marker List
Threshold
Time
Measurement Results
Measurement Results
■ +Peak, –Peak, (Peak-Peak)/2, Average
VSA
FM Deviation
The Frequency vs. Time trace measurement is used to confirm the
FM deviation. It measures the maximum and minimum frequencies
from trace data in the marker range. When marker is Off, the whole
range is measured.
Measurement Results
■ Marker point frequency
■ Marker point power
■ Absolute power per Hz in marker bandwidth
■ Total power in marker bandwidth
■ Difference between any markers
Highest 10 Markers
SPA
VSA
Time
Frequency
This function sets the threshold level and auto-detects peaks in the
X (frequency) and Y (level/time) directions.
Sort X
Sort Y
Measurement Results
Measurement Results
■ +Peak, –Peak, (Peak-Peak)/2, Average
Measurement Results
■ Peak Search Y:
Sets up to 10 markers in order of peak level
■ Peak Search X:
Sets up to 10 markers in order of frequency (time) level
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Versatile Built-in Functions
Limit Lines
SPA
Setting Limit Lines
Up to six types of Limit line can be set on the spectrum display
(frequency domain).
In addition to setting the frequency and level of crossover points
manually in sequence from the low frequency, after creating the
right half of a line, the left half can be created by reversing and
copying the right half, to set a symmetric limit line. Additionally, a
Limit line that traces the measured waveform can be created using
the Limit Envelope function. A margin can be set on the Limit line in
the amplitude direction.
Frequency Counter
SPA
This function of the marker functions is used to measure CW
frequencies.
Gate Time sets the measurement target time.
Measurement Results
Evaluating using Limit Line Setting (Limit Test Function)
When the waveform is above or below the Limit line, it is evaluated
automatically as PASS or FAIL. Evaluation is also possible with an
added margin. The target evaluation line can be chosen from any
of six types.
Auto-saving Waveform Data using Limit Line Setting
(Save on Event Function)
When the waveform matches the evaluation conditions (Event), it
can be saved automaticaly as a csv format file. Any one of the
following five Event types can be selected.
(1) Limit Fail: Saves waveform file when evaluation result is Fail
(2) Limit Pass: Saves waveform file when evaluation result is Pass
(3) M
argin Fail: Saves waveform file when evaluation result
including margin is Fail
(4) M
argin Pass: Saves waveform file when evaluation result
including margin is Pass
(5) S
weep Complete: Saves waveform file at every measurement
regardless of evaluation result
Measurement Results
■ Marker point frequency
2-tone 3rd-order Intermodulation
Distortion
By inputting two different frequency CW signals (desired waves),
two-tone third-order intermodulation distortion is generated close to
the desired waves according to non-linear characteristics of Device
Under Test (DUT). Then, Third Order Intercept (TOI) is calculated
from the two-tone third-order intermodulation distortion.
Wanted
Signal
2-tone 3rd-order
Intermodulation
Distortion
Example:
PASS/FAIL evaluation is performed by changing the input
signal level.
The evaluation results for the five line types can be
displayed simultaneously on one screen.
SPA
Wanted
Signal
2-tone 3rd-order
Intermodulation
Distortion
Measurement Results
■ TOI: [dBm]
■ Amplitude: [dBc]
Line: Limit 1, Limit 2, Limit 3, Limit 4, Limit 5, Limit 6
Evaluation Type: Upper Limit, Lower Limit
Crossover (Point): 1 to 100
Margin: Set Margin line for each Limit 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Evaluation Result: PASS, FAIL
Result Save: Auto-save as csv format file
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Versatile Built-in Functions
Annotation Display
SPA
Screen annotations can be set to On or Off. Annotations about
frequency, level, etc., are not displayed at the Off setting.
Power Meter
Power meter function can connect a USB power sensor to the
MS2830A and read the measurement values.
Measurement Results
■ Power: [dBm], [W]
■ Relative power: [dB]
Phase Noise
This function measures phase noise in the 10 Hz to 10 MHz
frequency offset range.
Compatible USB power sensors.
Model
MA24104A*
MA24105A
MA24106A
MA24108A
MA24118A
MA24126A
Frequency Range
600 MHz to 4 GHz
350 MHz to 4 GHz
50 MHz to 6 GHz
10 MHz to 8 GHz
10 MHz to 18 GHz
10 MHz to 26 GHz
*: MA24104A has been discontinued.
10 Hz
Offset
10 MHz
Measurement Results
■ Carrier level
■ Error between set frequency and carrier frequency
■ Marker point phase noise level
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Dynamic Range
+3 to +51.76 dBm
+3 to +51.76 dBm
–40 to +23 dBm
–40 to +20 dBm
–40 to +20 dBm
–40 to +20 dBm
Versatile Built-in Functions
Noise Figure Measurement (MS269xA-017)
Noise Figure is measured with the measurement method of
Y-factor method which uses a Noise Source.
Frequency Mode: Fixed, List, Sweep
DUT Mode: Amplifier, Down Converter, Up Converter
Screen Layout: Graph, Table
Measurement Results Display
■ Graph, List, Spot
Displays measurement results for each trace (Trace1/Trace2).
● Noise Figure (NF) [dB]
● Noise Factor (F) [Linear]
● Gain
● Y-Factor: Power ratio when Noise Source is turned ON/OFF
● T effective: Effective noise temperature
● P Hot: Power measured when Noise Source is On.
● P Cold: Power measured when Noise Source is Off.
Measurement Result: Example of List display
(Frequency Mode: List, Screen Layout: List)
Measurement Result: Example of Graph display
(Frequency Mode: Sweep, Screen Layout: Graph)
Measurement Result: Example of Spot display
(Frequency Mode: Fixed)
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Versatile Built-in Functions
Noise Source
Supports noise sources from Noisecom NC346 series. NC346 series models and summary specifications are listed below.
See the NC346 series catalog and datasheet for detailed specifications.
NC346 series summary specifications
Model
Frequency
[GHz]
RF Connector
NC346A
NC346A Precision
NC346A Option 1
NC346A Option 2
NC346A Option 4
NC346B
NC346B Precision
NC346B Option 1
NC346B Option 2
NC346B Option 4
NC346D
NC346D Precision
NC346D Option 1
NC346D Option 2
NC346D Option 3
NC346C
NC346E
NC346Ka
SMA (M)
APC3.5 (M)
N (M)
APC7
N (F)
SMA (M)
APC3.5 (M)
N (M)
APC7
N (F)
SMA (M)
APC3.5 (M)
N (M)
APC7
N (F)
APC3.5 (M)
APC3.5 (M)
K (M)∗2
Output ENR
[dB]
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 18.0
0.01 to 26.5
0.01 to 26.5
0.10 to 40.0
5 to 7
5 to 7
5 to 7
5 to 7
5 to 7
14 to 16
14 to 16
14 to 16
14 to 16
14 to 16
19 to 25∗1
19 to 25∗1
19 to 25∗1
19 to 25∗1
19 to 25∗1
13 to 17
19 to 25∗1
10 to 17
0.01 to 5
1.15:1
1.15:1
1.15:1
1.15:1
1.15:1
1.15:1
1.15:1
1.15:1
1.15:1
1.15:1
1.50:1
1.50:1
1.50:1
1.50:1
1.50:1
1.15:1
1.50:1
1.25:1
VSWR (maximum @ on/off) [GHz]
5 to 18
18 to 26.5
26.5 to 40
1.25:1
—
—
1.25:1
—
—
1.25:1
—
—
1.25:1
—
—
1.25:1
—
—
1.25:1
—
—
1.25:1
—
—
1.35:1
—
—
1.25:1
—
—
1.35:1
—
—
1.50:1
—
—
1.50:1
—
—
1.75:1
—
—
1.50:1
—
—
1.75:1
—
—
1.25:1
1.35:1
—
1.50:1
1.50:1
—
1.30:1
1.40:1
1.50:1
DC Offset
DC Block
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes∗3
Yes∗3
Yes∗3
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Not required
Required∗3
Required∗3
Required∗3
∗1: Flatness better than ±2 dB
∗2: Compatible with SMA and APC3.5
∗3: When using noise sources output by DC, always use in combination with a DC block.
Specifications outlines of recommended DC Blocks and Adapters
Ordering
RF Connector
Frequency Range
Model
J0805
Name
DC Block, N type (MODEL 7003)
N (M)-N (F)
10 kHz to 18 GHz
J1555A
DC Block, SMA type (MODEL 7006-1)
SMA (M)-SMA (F)
9 kHz to 20 GHz
J1554A
DC Block, SMA type (MODEL 7006)
SMA (M)-SMA (F)
9 kHz to 26.5 GHz
K261
DC Block
K (M)-K (F)
10 kHz to 40 GHz
J0004
Coaxial Adapter
N (M)-SMA (F)
DC to 12.4 GHz
J1398A
N-SMA Adapter
N (M)-SMA (F)
DC to 26.5 GHz
DC Block
Adapter
Typical Low Frequency Insertion Loss measured
on K261 over the range of 1 kHz to 1 MHz.
VSWR
1.35 (max.)
1.50 (9 kHz to 10 kHz)
1.50 (11 kHz to 20 kHz)
1.30 (20 kHz to 20 GHz)
1.50 (9 kHz to 20 kHz)
1.35 (20 kHz to 20 GHz)
1.70 (20 GHz to 26.5 GHz)
See figure (return loss) below
≤1.08 (DC to 3 GHz)
≤1.11 (3 GHz to 6 GHz)
≤1.18 (6 GHz to 12.4 GHz)
≤1.05 (DC to 3 GHz)
≤1.07 (3 GHz to 6 GHz)
≤1.2 (6 GHz to 13.5 GHz)
≤1.3 (13.5 GHz to 20 GHz)
≤1.45 (20 GHz to 26.5 GHz)
Insertion Loss and Return Loss measured on
K261 over the range of 40 MHz to 40 GHz.
K261 DC Block Return Loss
Recommended DC blocks / Adaptor combinations for MS269xA/MS2830A series signal analyzer
Model
MS269xA series
MS2830A series
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MS2692A
MS2830A-040
MS2830A-041
MS2830A-043
MS2830A-044
MS2830A-045
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Frequency Range
50 Hz to 6 GHz
50 Hz to 13.5 GHz
50 Hz to 26.5 GHz
9 kHz to 3.6 GHz
9 kHz to 6 GHz
9 kHz to 13.5 GHz
9 kHz to 26.5 GHz
9 kHz to 43 GHz
RF connector
N (F)
N (F)
N (F)
N (F)
N (F)
N (F)
N (F)
K (F)
Recommended DC Block Order
Name
J1555A
J1555A
J1554A
Not required
Not required
Not required
J1554A
K261
Recommended Adapter
Order Name
J0004
J1398A
J1398A
Not required
Not required
Not required
J1398A
Not required
Vector Signal Generator (MS269xA-020): Basic Performance
Frequency Range
Frequency Range: 125 MHz to 6 GHz
Resolution: 0.01 Hz step
The Vector Signal Generator (MS269xA-020) frequency range is
125 MHz to 6 GHz, covering the key wireless communication range.
Level Accuracy ±0.5 dB
Output Level Accuracy (CW):
±0.5 dB (–120 dBm ≤ Level ≤ +5 dBm, Frequency ≤3 GHz)
±0.8 dB (–110 dBm ≤ Level ≤ +5 dBm, Frequency >3 GHz)
Example: Frequency Characteristics (Referenced to –5 dBm)
Output Level [dBm]
The MS269xA-020 Vector Signal Generator option covers the
frequency range from 125 MHz to 6 GHz; it has a wide vector
modulation bandwidth of 120 MHz as well as a large built-in
memory for storing 256 Msamples. Its level accuracy is at least as
good as a dedicated signal generator and the ACLR performance is
ideal for Tx tests of devices such as amplifiers and Rx tests of base
stations. The all-in-one analyzer and signal generator supports
simple configuration of space-saving measurement systems as well
as easy signal analysis matching the output timing from the signal
generator option.
Frequency [MHz]
Linearity [dB]
Example: Linearity (Referenced to –5 dBm)
Internal Baseband Generator
Level Setting [dBm]
Vector Modulation Bandwidth: 120 MHz
Sampling Clock: 20 kHz to 160 MHz
Example: SSB Phase Noise
Flatness [dB]
Example: Vector Modulation Bandwidth
SSB Phase Noise [dBc/Hz]
The wideband 120-MHz vector modulation bandwidth is achieved
using the MS269xA-020 baseband signal generator.
The sampling clock supports up to 160 MHz.
Offset Frequency [Hz]
Offset Frequency [MHz]
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Vector Signal Generator (MS269xA-020): Basic Performance
Large-capacity Memory
Internal BER Measurement Function
1GB = 256 Msamples/channel
Input Bit Rate: 100 bps to 10 Mbps
Input Level: TTL Level
Input Signal: Data, Clock, Enable
Connector: Rear panel, Aux connector*
The MS269xA-020 arbitrary waveform memory can save 256 Msamples/
channel as well as multiple waveform patterns at the same time.
Waveform patterns in memory can be output instantaneously by
switching without need to recall from hard disk.
Internal AWGN Generator
Absolute CN Ratio: ≤40 dB
This functions adds AWGN (Additive White Gaussian Noise) to the
wanted waveform in memory. It is ideal for Tx dynamic range tests.
AWGN band set automatically to sampling clock of wanted
signal.
Example: When wanted signal conditions are:
• W-CDMA
• Bandwidth = 3.84 MHz
• Over sampling = × 4
Wanted Signal
AWGN
Wanted Signal + AWGN Signal output from one unit
Versatile Multiple Waveform Generation
Any type of waveform can be generated using the MS269xA-020
Signal Generator option. In addition to using C and simulation tools,
Anritsu's IQproducer can be run on a PC to edit waveform
parameters and output waveforms.
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Adding the MS269xA-020 Vector Signal Generator option includes
a built-in BER tester for measurements up to 10 Mbps. It supports
Rx sensitivity tests by inputting the receiver-demodulated Data/
Clock/Enable to the back of the MS269xA.
Vector Signal Generator (MS269xA-020): Basic Performance
Useful IQproducer Waveform Generation
Software
IQproducer is application software for a PC for editing, creating and
transferring waveform patterns using the MS269xA-020 arbitrary
waveform generation option.
It has the following three main functions.
Parameter Editing:
Function for easily editing parameters matching each
communication method
Simulation:
Function for checking generated waveform pattern before
transfer to CCDF and FFT graphs
Conversion:
Function for converting ASCII format waveform patterns created
by simulation software, files captured using digitizing function,
and MG3700A waveform patterns, into files that can be used by
MS269xA-020
Application
Simplified Tx/Rx Test Setup
Parameter Setting Screen
(HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducer)
Easy AMP Test
Simulation Screen
(CCDF)
Convert Screen
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Excellent Expandability Platform (Hardware)
The versatility of the MS269xA series is tailored easily to the
application by installing modules in expansion slots.
Basic Function and Performance Upgrades
Expansion Functions
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-001
Rubidium Reference Oscillator
This option is a 10 MHz reference crystal oscillator with excellent
frequency stability startup characteristics of ±1 × 10–9 at 7 minutes
after power-on.
Aging Rate: ±1 × 10–10/month
Start-up Characteristics: ±1 × 10–9 (7 minutes after power-on)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-017
Noise Figure Measurement Function
Adds noise figure measurement function.
Noise Figure is measured with the measurement method of
Y-factor method which uses a Noise Source.
MS2691A/MS2692A-003
Preselector Extended Lower Limit (3 GHz)
This option extends the lower limit of the preselector from 5.9 GHz
to 3 GHz. It can only be installed in the MS2691A/MS2692A.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-008
6 GHz Preamplifier
This option increases the sensitivity of the spectrum/signal analyzer
functions and is used for examining low-level signals such as
interference waveforms.
Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 6 GHz
Gain: 14 dB (≤3 GHz)
13 dB (3 GHz < Frequency ≤ 4 GHz)
11 dB (4 GHz < Frequency ≤ 5 GHz)
10 dB (5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 6 GHz)
MS2692A-067 Microwave Preselector Bypass
Bypassing the preselector used for the microwave band improves
RF frequency characteristics and in-band frequency characteristics.
∗: Cannot be installed simultaneously with MS2692A-003/008
Signal Analyzer Function and
Performance Upgrade
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-077
Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5 MHz
This option expands the analysis bandwidth to 62.5 MHz.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-078∗1, ∗2
Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz
This option expands the analysis bandwidth to 125 MHz.
∗1: Requires MS269xA-077
∗2: Combining with MX269028A-002 wireless LAN IEEE 802.11ac (160 MHz)
measurement software (only for MS269xA) supports modulation analysis
up to 160-MHz bandwidth signals of the IEEE 802.11ac.
See measurement software catalog for more details
Usage Example: Record Noise and Replay
When the Vector Signal Generator (MS269xA-020) generates a
signal based on the data captured by the signal analyzer, a
signal that mimics the captured signal can be output*1. The
Capture & Playback function can also be used for capture and
replay using a simple procedure.
For example, a variety of noise sources can be captured and
edited using one MS269xA to evaluate the noise tolerance of a
product. In some cases, it is not possible to capture minute
level fluctuations with a resolution of 20 ns*2, depending on the
noise components. In these circumstances, a signal very close
to the actual noise can be captured and replayed by setting the
resolution to 5 ns*3.
(At signal generation, the setting range of the pattern sampling
rate must be within the 160 MHz upper limit of the vector signal
generator sampling rate.)
*1: Capture time depends on memory capacity.
*2: Sampling rate of 50 MHz at 31.25 MHz FFT band
*3: Sampling rate of 200 MHz at 125 MHz FFT band
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Vector Signal Generator
This option is a high-performance waveform generator covering a
frequency range of 125 MHz to 6 GHz with a 120 MHz wideband
vector modulation band and built-in 256 Msample waveform
memory.
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-050
HDD Digitizing Interface
Installing the MS269xA-050 HDD Digitizing Interface option
captures up to 4 hours of 20 MHz wideband RF signals. It is
convenient for troubleshooting uncommon faults.
Future-proof Platform (Software*)
*: See each software catalog for more details.
Adding measurement software options to the signal analyzer
assures that the modulation analysis and other functions will
support all common current and future communications systems.
Measurement Software for Smart Meter
Measurement Software
Communications
Systems
Model
W-CDMA/
HSPA/HSPA
Evolution
MX269011A
W-CDMA/HSPA
MX269030A
GSM/EDGE
MX269013A
EDGE Evolution
MX269013A-001
ETC/DSRC
MX269014A
TD-SCDMA
MX269015A
World Digital
Wireless
Standards
MX269017A
MX269012A
MX269020A
LTE/
LTE-Advanced
(FDD)
MX269020A-001
MX269021A
MX269021A-001
MX269022A
LTE/
LTE-Advanced
(TDD)
MX269022A-001
MX269023A
MX269023A-001
CDMA2000
MX269024A
MX269024A-001
1xEV-DO
MX269026A
MX269026A-001
MX269028A
WLAN
MX269028A-002∗
Name
W-CDMA/HSPA Downlink
Measurement Software
W-CDMA/HSPA Uplink
Measurement Software
W-CDMA BS
Measurement Software
GSM/EDGE
Measurement Software
EDGE Evolution
Measurement Software
ETC/DSRC
Measurement Software
TD-SCDMA
Measurement Software
Vector Modulation Analysis
Software
LTE Downlink
Measurement Software
LTE-Advanced FDD Downlink
Measurement Software
LTE Uplink
Measurement Software
LTE-Advanced FDD Uplink
Measurement Software
LTE TDD Downlink
Measurement Software
LTE-Advanced TDD Downlink
Measurement Software
LTE TDD Uplink
Measurement Software
LTE-Advanced TDD Uplink
Measurement Software
CDMA2000 Forward Link
Measurement Software
All Measure Function
EV-DO Forward Link
Measurement Software
All Measure Function
WLAN (802.11)
Measurement Software
(Supports IEEE 802.11n/11a/11b/
11g/11j/11p)
802.11ac (160 MHz)
Measurement Software
(for MS269xA)
This software is for PC. This software supports automatic
measurement of the PHY layer and protocol analysis of the PHY/
MAC layer of smart utility network wireless communications (Wi-SUN).
• MX705010A Wi-SUN PHY Measurement Software*1
• MX705110A Wi-SUN Protocol Monitor*2
The MX705010A*1 supports automatic measurement of Wi-SUN
Alliance PHY Conformance test cases. The MS269xA is controlled
by remote commands from this software
*1: Cannot be installed in MS269xA.
Requires the latest firmware of MS269xA.
Requires MX269017A, MS269xA-020 and MX269902A.
MX705110A*2 is possible to check the details of a Wi-SUN protocol.
The wireless signals*3 between communicating wireless
equipments are captured as I/Q data using the MS269xA digitize
function and data analysis is performed by this software. Data
analysis displays the PHY/MAC frame format, Tx timing, etc.
*2: Cannot be installed in MS269xA.
Requires the latest firmware of MS269xA.
*3: IEEE 802.15.4g/e (GFSK)
∗: Only for MS269xA.
Combining with the MS269xA-078 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz
supports modulation analysis up to 160-MHz bandwidth signals of the
IEEE 802.11ac.
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Future-proof Platform (Software*)
Adding a license for the IQproducer waveform generation software
to the vector signal generator option supports easy generation of
test patterns for all common communications systems worldwide.
IQproducer License for MS269xA-020 VSG
Waveform Patterns for MS269xA-020 VSG
Waveforms generated by IQproducer can be downloaded to the
MS269xA main frame in which the MS269xA-020 Vector Signal
Generator is installed, but the following licenses (option) are
required to output the signal.
Various waveforms with preset parameters matching each
communication method are provided. The MS269xA-020 Vector
Signal Generator option outputs RF signals.
Pre-installed reference waveforms are saved on the MS269xA hard
disk for free use.
• MX269901A
• MX269902A
• MX269904A
• MX269905A
• MX269908A
• MX269908A-001∗1
• MX269910A
• MX269910A-001∗2
• MX269911A
• MX269911A-001∗3
• MX269912A
HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducer
TDMA IQproducer
Multi-Carrier IQproducer
Mobile WiMAX IQproducer
LTE IQproducer
LTE-Advanced FDD Option
LTE TDD IQproducer
LTE-Advanced TDD Option
WLAN IQproducer
802.11ac (80 MHz) Option
TD-SCDMA IQproducer
*1: Requires MX269908A.
*2: Requires MX269910A.
*3: Requires MX269911A.
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• Pre-installed Patterns
- W-CDMA
- HSDPA (Test Model5)
- CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
- CDMA2000
- GSM/EDGE
- Digital Broadcasting (ISDB-T/CS/BS/CATV)
- WLAN (IEEE 802.11a/b/g)
- Bluetooth
• Option Patterns
- MX269970A 1xEV-DO Reverse Receiver Test Waveform Pattern
Specifications
The specification is the value after a 30-minute warm-up at a constant ambient temperature.
Typical values are only for reference and are not guaranteed specifications.
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Vector Signal Analysis Function/Spectrum Analyzer Function Common
Frequency
Frequency Range
Frequency Bands
Preselector Range
Frequency Setting Range
Internal Reference
Oscillator
SSB Phase Noise
50 Hz to 6.0 GHz (MS2690A)
50 Hz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A)
50 Hz to 26.5 GHz (MS2692A)
Frequency
Band
50 Hz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz
3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz
5.9 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 8.0 GHz
7.9 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz
13.4 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 20.0 GHz
19.9 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz
0
1–L
1–
1+
2–
2+
Mixer harmonic order
(N)
1
1
1
1
2
2
(with MS2691A-003/MS2692A-003, MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2691A/MS2692A)
(MS2692A)
(MS2692A)
5.9 GHz to 13.5 GHz (Frequency band mode: Normal) (MS2691A)
5.9 GHz to 26.5 GHz (Frequency band mode: Normal) (MS2692A)
3.0 GHz to 13.5 GHz (Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2691A)
3.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz (Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2692A)
0 Hz to 6.0 GHz (MS2690A)
0 Hz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A)
0 Hz to 26.5 GHz (MS2692A)
Setting resolution: 1 Hz
Start-up characteristics (23˚C, referenced to frequency at 24 h after power-on):
±5 × 10–7 (2 minutes after power-on), ±5 × 10–8 (5 minutes after power-on)
Aging rate: ±1 × 10–7/year, ±1 × 10–8/day
Temperature characteristics: ±2 × 10–8 (5˚ to 45˚C)
with MS269xA-001 Rubidium Reference Oscillator
Start-up characteristics (23˚C, referenced to frequency at 24 h after power-on): ±1 × 10–9 (7 minutes after power-on)
Aging rate: ±1 × 10–10/month
Temperature characteristics: ±1 × 10–9 (5˚ to 45˚C)
18˚ to 28˚C, 2 GHz
Frequency Offset
100 kHz
1 MHz
Max.
–116 dBc/Hz
–137 dBc/Hz
Amplitude
Measurement Range
Max. Input Level
Input Attenuator
Input Attenuator
Switching Error
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off
DANL to +30 dBm
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
DANL to +10 dBm
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off
CW Average power: +30 dBm (Input attenuator: ≥10 dB)
DC Voltage: 0 Vdc
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
CW Average power: +10 dBm (Input attenuator: 0 dB)
DC Voltage: 0 Vdc
0 to 60 dB, 2 dB steps
Referenced to 10 dB input attenuator
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off
Frequency band mode: Normal
±0.2 dB (≤6.0 GHz, 10 to 60 dB)
±0.75 dB (>6.0 GHz, 10 to 60 dB)
Frequency band mode: Spurious
±0.2 dB (<3.0 GHz, 10 to 60 dB)
±0.75 dB (≥3.0 GHz, 10 to 60 dB)
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
Frequency band mode: Normal
±0.65 dB (≤6.0 GHz, 10 to 60 dB)
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Vector Signal Analysis Function/Spectrum Analyzer Function Common (Continuation)
Reference Level
Log scale: –120 to +50 dBm, or Equivalent level
Linear scale: 22.4 µV to 70.7 V, or Equivalent level
Setting resolution: 0.01 dB, or Equivalent level
Log scale: dBm, dBµV, dBmV, dBµV (emf), dBµV/m, V, W
Linear scale: V
Excluding the noise floor effect
Setting Range
Units
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off
±0.07 dB (Mixer input level: ≤–20 dBm)
±0.10 dB (Mixer input level: ≤–10 dBm)
Frequency band mode: Normal, Mixer input level: ≤0 dBm
±0.15 dB (≤6.0 GHz)
±0.50 dB (>6.0 GHz) (MS2691A)
±0.60 dB (>6.0 GHz) (MS2692A)
Frequency band mode: Spurious, Mixer input level: ≤0 dBm
±0.15 dB (<3.0 GHz)
±0.50 dB (≥3.0 GHz) (MS2691A)
±0.60 dB (≥3.0 GHz) (MS2692A)
Linearity Error
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
±0.07 dB (Preamp input level: ≤–40 dBm)
±0.10 dB (Preamp input level: ≤–30 dBm)
Frequency band mode: Normal
±0.50 dB (Preamp input level: ≤–20 dBm, ≤6.0 GHz)
18˚ to 28˚C, after CAL, Input attenuator: 10 dB
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off
±0.35 dB (9 kHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(9 kHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
without MS2692A-067, or Microwave Preselector Bypass: Off, after Preselector tuning
±1.50 dB (6.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
±2.50 dB (13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
RF Frequency
Characteristics
1 dB Gain Compression
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
±0.65 dB (100 kHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(100 kHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off, Mixer input level
≥+3 dBm (100 MHz ≤ Frequency < 400 MHz)
≥+7 dBm (400 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(400 MHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
≥+3 dBm (3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2691A)
(6.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz) (MS2691A)
≥0 dBm (3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious) (MS2692A)
(6.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) (MS2692A)
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On, Preamp input level
≥–20 dBm (100 MHz ≤ Frequency < 400 MHz)
≥–15 dBm (400 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(400 MHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
Spurious Response
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off, Mixer input level: –30 dBm
Harmonic (dBc)
≤–60
≤–75
SHI (dBm)
≥+30
≥+45
(10 Hz ≤ Frequency ≤ 400 MHz)
(400 MHz < Frequency ≤ 3.0 GHz)
without MS2692A-067, Mixer input level: –10 dBm
2nd Harmonic Distortion
Harmonic (dBc)
≤–90
≤–90
SHI (dBm)
≥+80
≥+80
(>3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(≥1.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
with MS2692A-067, Microwave Preselector Bypass: Off, Mixer input level: –10 dBm
Harmonic (dBc)
≤–70
SHI (dBm)
≥+60
(3 GHz < Frequency ≤ 13.25 GHz)
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On, Preamp input level: –45 dBm
Harmonic (dBc)
≤–50
≤–55
Residual Response
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SHI (dBm)
≥+5
≥+10
(10 Hz ≤ Frequency ≤ 400 MHz)
(400 MHz < Frequency ≤ 3.0 GHz)
Frequency: ≥1 MHz, Input attenuator: 0 dB, 50Ω terminated
Signal Analyzer: with MS269xA-077/078, Except bandwidth setting: >31.25 MHz
≤–100 dBm
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Vector Signal Analysis Function/Spectrum Analyzer Function Common (Continuation)
Connector
RF Input
IF Output
External Reference Input
Reference Signal Output
Sweep Status Output
Trigger Input
Noise Source Drive
External Reference
USB
Monitor Output
Aux
Display
Front panel, N-J, 50Ω (nominal)
18˚ to 28˚C, Input attenuator: ≥10 dB
VSWR: ≤1.2 (nominal, 40 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 3.0 GHz)
≤1.5 (nominal, 3.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz)
≤2.0 (nominal, 6.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
Rear panel, BNC-J, 50Ω (nominal)
Frequency: 875 MHz (Signal Analyzer, without MS269xA-077/078, or Bandwidth: ≤31.25 MHz)
900 MHz (Signal Analyzer, with MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz)
874.988 MHz (Spectrum Analyzer)
Gain: 0 dB (nominal) (Referenced to RF input level, RF frequency: 1 GHz, Input attenuator: 0 dB)
IF Bandwidth: 120 MHz (nominal)
Rear panel, BNC-J, 50Ω (nominal)
Frequency: 10 MHz,13 MHz
Operation range: ±1 ppm
Input level: –15 dBm ≤ Level ≤ +20 dBm, 50Ω (AC coupling)
Rear panel, BNC-J, 50Ω (nominal)
Frequency: 10 MHz
Output level: ≥0 dBm (AC coupling)
Rear panel, BNC-J
Output level: TTL Level (High level at sweeping or waveform capture)
Rear panel, BNC-J
Input level: TTL Level
This is available when the MS269xA-017/117 is installed.
Supply(+28 V) of the Noise Source Drive.
Rear Panel, BNC-J
Output Voltage: 28 ±0.5 V, Pulsed
Control from external controller (Excluding power-on)
Ethernet 10/100/1000BASE-T, Rear panel, RJ-45
GPIB: IEEE 488.2, Rear panel, IEEE 488 bus connector
Interface functions: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT0, C0, E2
USB (B): USB2.0, Rear panel, USB-B connector
USB2.0 Supporting waveform hard copy to external device, and saving main frame settings
USB-A connector (Front panel: 2 ports, Rear panel: 2 ports)
Rear panel, VGA compatible, mini D-Sub 15 pin
When using MS269xA-020 trigger input/output
Rear panel, 68 pins (DX10BM-68S equivalent)
XGA-color LCD (1024 × 768 resolution), 8.4 inch (213 mm)
General Specifications
Dimensions and Mass
Power Supply
Temperature Range
EMC
CE
LVD
RoHS
340 (W) × 200 (H) × 350 (D) mm (Excluding projections), ≤13.5 kg (Excluding options)
100 V(ac) to 120 V(ac), 200 V(ac) to 240 V(ac) (–15/+10%, 250 V max.), 50 Hz/60 Hz (±5%)
≤260 VA (Excluding options), ≤440 VA (Including all options, max.)
Operating: +5˚ to +45˚C, Storage: –20˚ to +60˚C
EN61326-1, EN61000-3-2
EN61010-1
EN50581
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Spectrum Analyzer Function
Frequency
Span
Display Frequency Accuracy
Resolution Bandwidth
(RBW)
Video Bandwidth (VBW)
Range: 0 Hz, 300 Hz to 6.0 GHz (MS2690A)
0 Hz, 300 Hz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A)
0 Hz, 300 Hz to 26.5 GHz (MS2692A)
Resolution: 2 Hz
Accuracy: ±0.2% (Number of Trace points: 10001)
± [Display frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + Span frequency × Span accuracy + RBW × 0.05 + 2 × N
+ Span frequency/(Number of trace points – 1) ] Hz
N: Mixer harmonic order
Setting range: 30 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence), 50 kHz, 5, 10, 20, 31.25 MHz
*31.25 MHz: Can be set when Span: 0 Hz only
Selectivity (–60 dB/–3 dB): 4.5:1 (Nominal, 30 Hz to 10 MHz)
Setting range: 1 Hz to 10 MHz (1-3 sequence), 5 kHz, Off
VBW mode: Video Average, Power Average
Amplitude
18˚ to 28˚C, Detector: Sample, VBW: 1 Hz (Video Average), Input attenuator: 0 dB
without MS269xA-008, 6.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz: without MS2692A-067
Frequency
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 6.0 GHz
6.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 10.0 GHz
10.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz
13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 20.0 GHz
20.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz
Max.
–135.0 [dBm/Hz]
–145.0 [dBm/Hz]
–155.0 [dBm/Hz]
–153.0 [dBm/Hz]
–153.0 [dBm/Hz]
–152.0 [dBm/Hz]
–151.0 [dBm/Hz]
–150.0 [dBm/Hz]
–147.0 [dBm/Hz]
–143.0 [dBm/Hz]
Frequency band mode
Max.
–150.0 [dBm/Hz]
–159.0 [dBm/Hz]
–166.0 [dBm/Hz]
–165.0 [dBm/Hz]
–164.0 [dBm/Hz]
–161.0 [dBm/Hz]
–159.0 [dBm/Hz]
Frequency band mode
Max.
–135.0 [dBm/Hz]
–145.0 [dBm/Hz]
–153.0 [dBm/Hz]
–152.0 [dBm/Hz]
–151.0 [dBm/Hz]
–150.0 [dBm/Hz]
–149.0 [dBm/Hz]
Frequency band mode
Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
Displayed Average Noise
Level (DANL)
Frequency
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 5.0 GHz
5.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz
Normal
Normal
Normal
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: Off
Frequency
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 5.0 GHz
5.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 6.0 GHz
Normal
Normal
Normal
18˚ to 28˚C, after CAL, Input attenuator: ≥10 dB, Auto Sweep Time Select: Normal, RBW: ≤1 MHz,
Detection: Positive, CW, Excluding the noise floor effect
Total Level Accuracy∗
∗: The Total level accuracy
is found from root sum of
squares (RSS) of RF
characteristics, linearity
error, and input attenuator
switching error.
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without MS269xA-008, Preamp: Off
Mixer input level: ≤0 dBm,
±0.5 dB (50 Hz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(50 Hz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
after Preselector tuning
±1.8 dB (6.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
±3.0 dB (13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
Preamp input level: ≤–20 dBm
±1.0 dB (100 kHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(100 kHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
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Spectrum Analyzer Function (Continuation)
Spurious Response
18˚ to 28˚C, ≥300 kHz separation
2-tone 3rd-order
Intermodulation Distortion
Image Response
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off
with MS2692A-067, Microwave Preselector Bypass: Off
Mixer input level: –15 dBm (per waveform)
≤–60 dBc (TOI: +15 dBm) (30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 400 MHz)
≤–66 dBc (TOI: +18 dBm) (400 MHz ≤ Frequency < 700 MHz)
≤–74 dBc (TOI: +22 dBm) (700 MHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(700 MHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
≤–66 dBc (TOI: +18 dBm) (4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
≤–45 dBc (TOI: +7.5 dBm) (6.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
Preamp input level: –45 dBm (per waveform)
≤–73 dBc (TOI: –8.5 dBm) (30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 400 MHz)
≤–78 dBc (TOI: –6 dBm) (400 MHz ≤ Frequency < 700 MHz)
≤–81 dBc (TOI: –4.5 dBm) (700 MHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(700 MHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
≤–78 dBc (TOI: –6 dBm) (4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
without MS2692A-067
≤–70 dBc (Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz)
≤–65 dBc (13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
Sweep
Sweep Mode
Sweep Time
Single, Continuous
Setting range: 2 ms to 1000 s (Span: ≥300 Hz), 1 µs to 1000 s (Span: 0 Hz)
Waveform Display
Detector
Number of Trace Points
Scale
Trigger Function
Gate Function
Pos&Neg, Positive Peak, Sample, Negative Peak, RMS
1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 (Span: >500 MHz)
101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 (100 MHz < Span ≤ 500 MHz)
(300 Hz ≤ Span ≤ 100 MHz, Sweep time: >10 s)
11, 21, 41, 51, 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 (300 Hz ≤ Span ≤ 100 MHz, Sweep time: ≤10 s)
(Span: 0 Hz, Sweep time: ≤10 s)
101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 (Span: 0 Hz, Sweep time: >10 s)
Log display: 10 div/12 div, 0.1 to 20 dB/div (1-2-5 sequence)
Lin display: 10 div, 1 to 10%/div (1-2-5 sequence)
Trigger mode: Free Run (Trig Off), Video, Wide IF, External (TTL)
SG Marker (with MS269xA-020), BBIF (with MS269xA-040)
Gate mode: Off, Wide IF, External
SG Marker (with MS269xA-020), BBIF (with MS269xA-040)
Measurement Functions
Adjacent Channel
Leakage Power (ACP)
Burst Average Power
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth (OBW)
Spectrum Emission Mask
Spurious Emission
Frequency
Counter
Accuracy
Gate Time
Range
2-tone 3rd-order
Intermodulation Distortion
Reference: Span Total, Carrier Total, Both side of Carrier, Carrier Select
Adjacent channel specification: 3 channels × 2 (Normal Mode), 8 channels × 2 (Advanced Mode)
In time domain, displays average power in specified time
Absolute value measurement: dBm, dBm/Hz
N% of Power, X-dB Down
Pass/Fail evaluation at Peak/Margin measurement
Pass/Fail evaluation at Worst/Peaks measurement
Span: ≤1 MHz, RBW: 1 kHz, S/N: ≥50 dB, Gate time: ≥100 ms,
± (Marker frequency × Frequency reference accuracy + (0.01 × N/Gate Time[s]) Hz)
N: Mixer harmonic order
100 μs to 1 s
Measures IM3 and TOI from two-tone signal.
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Vector Signal Analysis Function
Common
Trace Mode
Spectrum, Power vs. Time, Frequency vs. Time, Phase vs. Time, CCDF, Spectrogram, No Trace
without MS269xA-077/078
Specified analysis bandwidth from center frequency
1 kHz to 25 MHz (1-2.5-5 sequence), 31.25 MHz
Bandwidth
with MS269xA-077
Adds the 50 MHz, 62.5 MHz bandwidths to the standard analysis bandwidths.
with MS269xA-077/078
Adds the 50, 62.5, 100, and 125 MHz bandwidths to the standard analysis bandwidths.
Auto-setting depending on RBW
without MS269xA-077/078, or Bandwidth: ≤31.25 MHz
2 kHz to 50 MHz (1-2-5 sequence)
Sampling Rate
with MS269xA-077, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
100 MHz
with MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
100 MHz, 200 MHz
Set length of capture time
without MS269xA-077/078, or Bandwidth: ≤31.25 MHz
Min. capture time length: 2 µs to 50 ms (determined depending on analysis bandwidth)
Max. capture time length: 2 to 2000 s (determined depending on analysis bandwidth)
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Capture Time
with MS269xA-077, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
Min. capture time length: 1 µs (determined depending on analysis bandwidth)
Max. capture time length: 500 ms
Trigger
ADC Resolution
with MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
Min. capture time length: 500 ns to 1 µs (determined depending on analysis bandwidth)
Max. capture time length: 500 ms
Trigger mode: Free Run (Trig Off), Video, Wide IF Video, External (TTL)
SG Marker (with MS269xA-020), BBIF (with MS269xA-040)
16 bits
Spectrum Display Function
Function Outline
Analysis Time Range
Frequency
Frequency Setting Range
Displays any time length in captured waveform data and spectrum in frequency range
Analysis start time: Set analysis start time point from waveform data header
Analysis time length: Set analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Set center frequency and Span in frequency range of waveform data
without MS269xA-077/078, or Bandwidth: ≤31.25 MHz
0 Hz to 6.0 GHz (MS2690A), 0 Hz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A), 0 Hz to 26.5 GHz (MS2692A)
with MS269xA-077, or with MS269xA-077/078, without MS2692A-067, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
100 MHz to 6.0 GHz
with MS269xA-077, or with MS269xA-077/078, with MS2692A-067, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
100 MHz to 26.5 GHz
without MS269xA-077/078, or Bandwidth: ≤31.25 MHz
Setting range: 1 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 sequence)
Selectivity (–60 dB/–3 dB): 4.5:1 (nominal)
Resolution Bandwidth
(RBW)
with MS269xA-077, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
Setting range: 3 kHz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence)
Selectivity (–60 dB/–3 dB): 4.5:1 (nominal)
with MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
Setting range: 3 kHz to 10 MHz (1-3 sequence)
Selectivity (–60 dB/–3 dB): 4.5:1 (nominal)
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Spectrum Display Function (Continuation)
18˚ to 28˚C, after CAL, Input attenuator: ≥10 dB, Center frequency, CW, RBW: Auto, Time Detection: Average,
Marker Result: Integration or Peak (Accuracy), Excluding the noise floor effect
Mixer input level: ≤0 dBm
without MS269xA-077/078, or Bandwidth: ≤31.25 MHz
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off
±0.5 dB (50 Hz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(50 Hz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
Total Level Accuracy∗
∗: The Total level accuracy
is found from root sum of
squares (RSS) of RF
characteristics, linearity
error, and input attenuator
switching error.
after Preselector tuning
±1.8 dB (6.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
±3.0 dB (13.5 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
with MS269xA-077, or with MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off
±0.5 dB (100 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
with MS269xA-077, or with MS269xA-077/078
with MS2692A-067, Microwave Preselector Bypass: On, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
±1.8 dB (6.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
±3.0 dB (13.5 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
Preamp input level: ≤–20 dBm
without MS269xA-077/078, or Bandwidth: ≤31.25 MHz
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
±1.0 dB (100 kHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(100 kHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
with MS269xA-077, or with MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
±1.0 dB (100 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
18˚ to 28˚C, Input attenuator: 0 dB
without MS269xA-008, 6.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz: without MS2692A-067
Frequency
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 6.0 GHz
6.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 10.0 GHz
10.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz
13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 20.0 GHz
20.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz
Max.
–132.5 [dBm/Hz]
–142.5 [dBm/Hz]
–152.5 [dBm/Hz]
–150.5 [dBm/Hz]
–150.5 [dBm/Hz]
–149.5 [dBm/Hz]
–148.5 [dBm/Hz]
–147.5 [dBm/Hz]
–144.5 [dBm/Hz]
–140.5 [dBm/Hz]
Frequency band mode
Max.
–147.5 [dBm/Hz]
–156.5 [dBm/Hz]
–163.5 [dBm/Hz]
–162.5 [dBm/Hz]
–161.5 [dBm/Hz]
–158.5 [dBm/Hz]
–156.5 [dBm/Hz]
Frequency band mode
Max.
–132.5 [dBm/Hz]
–142.5 [dBm/Hz]
–150.5 [dBm/Hz]
–149.5 [dBm/Hz]
–148.5 [dBm/Hz]
–147.5 [dBm/Hz]
–146.5 [dBm/Hz]
Frequency band mode
Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
Displayed Average Noise
Level (DANL)
Frequency
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 5.0 GHz
5.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz
Normal
Normal
Normal
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: Off
Adjacent Channel Leakage
Power Measurement (ACP)
Channel Power
Occupied Bandwidth (OBW)
Frequency
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 5.0 GHz
5.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 6.0 GHz
Normal
Normal
Normal
Reference: Span Total, Carrier Total, Both Sides of Carriers, Carrier Select
Adjacent channel specification: 3 channels × 2
Absolute value measurement: dBm, dBm/Hz
N% of Power, × dB Down
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Power vs. Time Display Function
Function Outline
Analysis Time Range
Resolution Bandwidth
AM Depth
(Peak to Peak Measurement)
Burst Average Power
Displays variation in power of captured waveform with time
Analysis start time: Sets analysis start time point from waveform data header
Analysis time length: Sets analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Filter type: Rect, Gaussian, Nyquist, Root Nyquist, Off, (Default: Off)
Roll-off ratio: 0.01 to 1 (Set for Nyquist, Root Nyquist)
Filter frequency offset: Set center frequency of filter in wavelength data frequency band
Measures with AM depth or marker function
+Peak, –Peak, (P-P)/2, Average
Measures average power of burst signal
Frequency vs. Time Display Function
Function Outline
Analysis Time Range
Operation Level Range
Frequency (Vertical axis)
Display Frequency Accuracy
FM Deviation
(Peak to Peak Measurement)
Displays variation in frequency of input signal with time from captured waveform data
Analysis start time: Sets analysis start time point from waveform data header
Analysis time length: Sets analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
–17 to +30 dBm (Input attenuator: ≥10 dB)
Sets center frequency and Span in waveform data frequency range
Display frequency range: 1/25, 1/10, 1/5, 1/2 of RBW
Input frequency range: 10 MHz to 6 GHz
Input level: –17 to +30 dBm (Span: ≤31.25 MHz, Scale: Span/25)
CW input: ± (Reference oscillator accuracy × Center frequency + Display frequency range × 0.01) Hz
Measures with FM deviation or marker function
+Peak, –Peak, (P-P)/2, Average
Phase vs. Time Display Function
Function Outline
Analysis Time Range
Phase (Vertical axis)
Displays phase time fluctuation of input signal from captured waveform data
Analysis start time: Sets analysis start time point from waveform data header
Analysis time length: Sets analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Display mode: Wrap, Unwrap
Display phase range: 0.01 deg./div to 200 Gdeg./div
Offset: –100 deg. to +100 Mdeg.
CCDF/APD Display Function
Function Outline
Analysis Time Range
Display
Resolution Bandwidth
(RBW)
Displays CCDF and APD of waveform data captures for fixed time
Analysis start time: Sets analysis start time point from waveform data header
Analysis time length: Sets analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Displays CCDF or APD as graph
Histogram resolution: 0.01 dB
Numeric display: Average Power, Max Power, Crest Factor
Filter type: Rectangle, Off, (Default: Off)
Filter frequency offset: Sets filter center frequency in waveform data frequency band
Spectrogram Display Function
Function Outline
Analysis Time Range
Frequency
Resolution Bandwidth
(RBW)
Displays spectrogram for time period in captured waveform data
Analysis start time: Sets position of analysis start after waveform data header
Analysis time length: Sets analysis time length
Setting mode: Auto, Manual
Settable as center frequency and span frequency of waveform data
Setting range: 1 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 sequence)
Selection (–60/–3 dB): 4.5: 1 (nominal)
Digitize Function
Function Outline
Waveform Data
External Output
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Outputs captured waveform data to internal hard disk or external device
Format: I, Q (32 bit Float Binary format)
Level: Sets 0 dBm input to √(I2 + Q2) = 1
Level accuracy: Same as Total level accuracy of Signal Analyzer
Output to external PC via Ethernet
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Replay Function
Function Outline
Measurable Waveform Data
Condition
Captured waveforms can be replayed again by using the VSA function to read saved digitize data
Format: I, Q (Binary format)
Combination of Span, Sampling rate, and Minimum Capture Sample:
Span
1 kHz
2.5 kHz
5 kHz
10 kHz
25 kHz
50 kHz
100 kHz
250 kHz
500 kHz
1 MHz
2.5 MHz
5 MHz
10 MHz
18.6 MHz
20 MHz
25 MHz
31.25 MHz
50 MHz
62.5 MHz
100 MHz
125 MHz
Sampling Rate Minimum Capture Sample
2 kHz
74000 (37 s)
5 kHz
160000 (32 s)
10 kHz
310000 (31 s)
20 kHz
610000 (30.5 s)
50 kHz
730000 (14.6 s)
100 kHz
730000 (7.3 s)
200 kHz
730000 (3.65 s)
500 kHz
730000 (1.46 s)
1 MHz
730000 (730 ms)
2 MHz
730000 (365 ms)
5 MHz
730000 (146 ms)
10 MHz
730000 (73 ms)
20 MHz
730000 (36.5 ms)
20 MHz
730000 (36.5 ms)
25 MHz
730000 (29.2 ms)
50 MHz
730000 (14.6 ms)
50 MHz
730000 (14.6 ms)
100 MHz
730000 (7.3 ms)
100 MHz
730000 (7.3 ms)
200 MHz
730000 (3.65 ms)
200 MHz
730000 (3.65 ms)
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MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-001 Rubidium Reference Oscillator
Function Outline
Generates 10 MHz reference signal with higher frequency stability
MS2691A/MS2692A-003 Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz
Cannot be installed simultaneously MS2692A-003 and MS2692A-067.
Function Outline
Extends lower limit of preselector to 3 GHz
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-008 6 GHz Preamplifier
Cannot be installed simultaneously MS2692A-008 and MS2692A-067.
Frequency
Range
100 kHz to 6 GHz
Amplitude
Measurement Range
Max. Input Level
Gain
Noise Factor
Displayed average noise level to +10 dBm
CW Average power: +10 dBm (Input attenuator: 0 dB)
DC Voltage: 0 Vdc
14 dB (Frequency ≤ 3.0 GHz), 13 dB (3.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 4.0 GHz), 11 dB (4.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 5.0 GHz),
10 dB (5.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz)
7.0 dB (Frequency ≤ 3.0 GHz), 8.5 dB (3.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 4.0 GHz), 9.5 dB (4.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz)
Spectrum analyzer function: 18˚ to 28˚C, Input attenuator: 0 dB, Detector: sample, VBW: 1 Hz (Video average)
Vector signal analysis function: 18˚ to 28˚C, Input attenuator: 0 dB
Preamp: On
Frequency
Displayed Average Noise
Level (DANL)
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 5.0 GHz
5.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz
Max. (Spectrum
analyzer function)
–150.0 [dBm/Hz]
–159.0 [dBm/Hz]
–166.0 [dBm/Hz]
–165.0 [dBm/Hz]
–164.0 [dBm/Hz]
–161.0 [dBm/Hz]
–159.0 [dBm/Hz]
Max. (Vector signal
analysis function)
–147.5 [dBm/Hz]
–156.5 [dBm/Hz]
–163.5 [dBm/Hz]
–162.5 [dBm/Hz]
–161.5 [dBm/Hz]
–158.5 [dBm/Hz]
–156.5 [dBm/Hz]
Max. (Spectrum
analyzer function)
–135.0 [dBm/Hz]
–145.0 [dBm/Hz]
–153.0 [dBm/Hz]
–152.0 [dBm/Hz]
–151.0 [dBm/Hz]
–150.0 [dBm/Hz]
–149.0 [dBm/Hz]
Max. (Vector signal
analysis function)
–132.5 [dBm/Hz]
–142.5 [dBm/Hz]
–150.5 [dBm/Hz]
–149.5 [dBm/Hz]
–148.5 [dBm/Hz]
–147.5 [dBm/Hz]
–146.5 [dBm/Hz]
Frequency band mode
Normal
Normal
Normal
Preamp: Off
Frequency
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz
3.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 5.0 GHz
5.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 6.0 GHz
Input Attenuator
Switching Error
Frequency band mode: Normal
±0.65 dB (≤6.0 GHz, 10 to 60 dB)
Reference Level
RF Frequency
Characteristics
Linearity Error
1 dB Gain Compression
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18˚ to 28˚C, After CAL, Input attenuator: 10 dB
±0.65 dB (100 kHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(100 kHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
Excluding the noise floor effect
±0.07 dB (Preamp input level*: ≤–40 dBm)
±0.10 dB (Preamp input level*: ≤–30 dBm)
Frequency band mode: Normal
±0.5 dB (Preamp input level*: ≤–20 dBm, frequency: ≤6.0 GHz)
Preamp input level*
≥–20 dBm (100 MHz ≤ Frequency < 400 MHz)
≥–15 dBm (400 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(400 MHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Frequency band mode
Normal
Normal
Normal
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Spurious Response
2nd Harmonic Distortion
2-tone 3rd-order
Intermodulation Distortion
Preamp input level*: –45 dBm
Harmonic SHI
≤–50 dBc
≥+5 dBm (10 Hz ≤ Frequency ≤ 400 MHz)
≤–55 dBc
≥+10 dBm (400 MHz < Frequency ≤ 3.0 GHz)
18˚ to 28˚C, Preamp input level*: –45 dBm (per waveform), ≥300 kHz separation
≤–73 dBc (TOI: –8.5 dBm) (30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 400 MHz)
≤–78 dBc (TOI: –6 dBm) (400 MHz ≤ Frequency < 700 MHz)
≤–81 dBc (TOI: –4.5 dBm) (700 MHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
(700 MHz ≤ Frequency < 3.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Spurious)
≤–78 dBc (TOI: –6 dBm) (4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
*: Preamp input level = RF input level – Input attenuator setting value
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-017 Noise Figure Measurement Function∗1
Frequency
Frequency range
Frequency setting range
MS2690A: 30 MHz to 6 GHz
MS2691A: 30 MHz to 6 GHz
MS2692A: 30 MHz to 6 GHz
MS2690A: 10 MHz to 6 GHz
MS2691A: 10 MHz to 13.5 GHz
MS2692A: 10 MHz to 26.5 GHz
NF Measurement
Within the measurement range,
Attenuator = 0 dB*2
Measurement range
Instrument Uncertainty
– 20 to +40 dB
ENR: 4 to 7 dB ±0.02 dB
ENR: 12 to 17 dB ±0.025 dB
ENR: 20 to 22 dB ±0.03 dB
GAIN Measurement
Measurement range
Instrument Uncertainty
Within the frequency range
–20 to +40 dB
Within the measurement range
≤0.07
Resolution Bandwidth
Setting Range
100 kHz to 8 MHz
Connector
Noise Source
Connector: Rear Panel, BNC-J
Output Voltage: 28 ±0.5 V, Pulsed
*1: Recommending the NC346 Series noise sources by Noisecom company
*2: Recommend to use Pre Amp
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MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator
Frequency
Range
Resolution
125 MHz to 6 GHz
0.01 Hz steps
Output Level
Setting range
Units
Resolution
Level Accuracy
Linearity
Connector
VSWR
Max. Reverse Input
–140 to +10 dBm (CW), –140 to 0 dBm (Modulation)
dBm, dBµV (Terminated, Open)
0.01 dB
18˚ to 28˚C, CW
Output level: p
±0.5 dB
(≤3.0 GHz)
–120 ≤ p ≤ +5 dBm
–110 ≤ p ≤ +5 dBm
±0.8 dB
(>3.0 GHz)
–127 ≤ p < –120 dBm ±0.7 dB
(≤3.0 GHz)
–127 ≤ p ≤ –110 dBm
±2.5 dB (typ.) (>3.0 GHz)
–136 ≤ p < –127 dBm ±1.5 dB (typ.) (≤3.0 GHz)
18˚ to 28˚C, CW, Referenced to –5 dBm output
Output level: p
±0.2 dB (typ.) (≤3.0 GHz)
–120 ≤ p ≤ –5 dBm
–110 ≤ p ≤ –5 dBm
±0.3 dB (typ.) (>3.0 GHz)
N-J connector, 50Ω [Front panel, SG Output (MS269xA-020) ]
CW: ≤–5 dBm, Modulation: ≤–15 dBm
1.3 (≤3.0 GHz)
1.9 (>3.0 GHz)
1 W peak (≥300 MHz), 0.25 W peak (<300 MHz)
Signal Purity
Harmonic Spurious
Non-harmonic Spurious
Output level: ≤+5 dBm, CW, Output frequency: ≥300 MHz
≤–30 dBc
Output level: ≤+5 dBm, CW, Offset: ≥15 kHz (from Output frequency)
<–68 dBc (125 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 500 MHz)
<–62 dBc (500 MHz < Frequency ≤ 1.0 GHz)
<–56 dBc (1.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 2.0 GHz)
<–50 dBc (2.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz)
Vector Modulation
18˚ to 28˚C, SG Level Auto CAL: On
Vector Accuracy
Carrier Leak
Image Rejection
ACLR
CW and Level Error at
Vector Modulation
Spectrum Inversion
W-CDMA (DL1code)
Output level: ≤–5 dBm, Output frequency: 800 MHz to 2700 MHz
≤2% (rms)
Output frequency: ≥300 MHz
≤–40 dBc
Output frequency: ≥300 MHz, Using 10 MHz max. sine wave
≤–40 dBc
Output level: ≤–5 dBm,
Using W-CDMA (Test Model 1 64DPCH) signal, 300 MHz ≤ Output frequency ≤ 2.4 GHz
≤–64 dBc/3.84 MHz (5 MHz offset), ≤–67 dBc/3.84 MHz (10 MHz offset)
AWGN signal with bandwidth of 5 MHz, Output frequency: ≥300 MHz
±0.2 dB (Output level: ≤–15 dBm)
±0.4 dB (typ., –15 dBm < Output level: ≤–5 dBm)
Supported
Pulse Modulation
On/Off ratio
Rising/Falling Edge Time
Pulse Repetition Frequency
External Panel Modulation
Signal Input
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≥60 dB
≤90 ns (10 to 90%)
DC to 1 MHz (Duty 50%)
AUX connector (Rear panel), 600Ω, 0 to 5 V, Threshold value: approx. 1 V
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Arbitrary Waveform Generator
Waveform Resolution
Marker Output
Internal Baseband
Reference Clock
External Baseband
Reference Clock
Waveform Memory
AWGN Addition Function
14 bits
Three signals (three signals in waveform pattern, or real-time three signals generation), TTL, polarity inversion function
Range: 20 kHz to 160 MHz
Resolution: 0.001 Hz
Range: 20 kHz to 40 MHz
Division, Multiplier function: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 of input signal
Input connector: AUX connector (Rear panel), 0.7 Vp-p min. (AC/50Ω), or TTL
Memory: 256 Msamples
CN Ratio absolute value: ≤40 dB
BER Measurement
Connector
Input Level
Input Signal
Input Bit Rate
Measured Patterns
Synchronization
Establishing Condition
Re-synchronization
Judgment Condition
Measured Bit Count
Measured Error Bit Count
Measurement End
Conditions
Auto Re-synchronization
Function
Operation at Resync.
Measurement Mode
Display
Polarity Inversion Function
Clear Measurement Function
AUX connector (Rear panel)
TTL Level
Data, Clock, Enable
100 bps to 10 Mbps
PN9, PN11, PN15, PN20, PN23, ALL0, ALL1, 01 Repeat
PN9Fix, PN11Fix, PN15Fix, PN20Fix, PN23Fix, User Define
PN Signal: PN stage × 2 bit error free
At PNFix Signal: 0 PN stage × 2 bit error free, PN signal and sync establishment, establish sync with PNFix signal at PN stage
error free from PNFix signal header bit
ALL0, ALL1, 01 Repeat: 10 bit error free
User Define: 8 to 1024 bits (variable) error free, Select header bit used at sync detection
x/y
y = Measured bit count: Select from 500, 5000, 50000
x = y bit error bit count: Setting range 1 to y/2
≤232 – 1 bits
≤231 – 1 bits
Measured bit count, Measured error bit count
On/Off
Select from Count Clear, and Count Keep
Single, Endless, Continuous
Status, Error, Error Rate, Error Count, Sync Loss Count, Measured bit count
Data, Clock, Enable polarity inversion
Clear measured value saved at sync during BER measurement, and select measurement from 0
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-050 HDD Digitizing Interface
Bandwidth, Sampling Rate,
Recorded Data Format
Recording Time
Number of Recorded File
Resample Function
Trigger Function
Count Mode
Interface
Bandwidth
100, 250, 500 kHz, 1, 2.5, 5 MHz
10 MHz, 18.6 MHz
20 MHz
Sampling Rate
200, 500 kHz, 1, 2, 5, 10 MHz
20 MHz
25 MHz
Recorded Data Format
Floating Decimal Format
Fixed Decimal Format
(16 bits)
5 seconds to 4 hours
1000 files max.
Convert by resampling at data retrieval, Setting range: Sampling rate/2 to Sampling rate
Video, Wide IF Video, External, SG Marker
Capturing times: 1 to 20 times
Connector: External Serial ATA Connector
Data rate: 1.5 Gbps
Hot Plug: Not supported (The main frame and external HDD must be off when connecting/disconnecting connectors.)
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MS2692A-067 Microwave Preselector Bypass
Bypasses the preselector to improve the RF frequency characteristics and the in-band frequency characteristics.
When the preselector option is set to On, the image response elimination filter is bypassed.
Therefore, this function is not appropriate for spurious measurement to receive the image response.
Microwave Preselector Bypass: On (with MS2692A-067), Microwave Preselector Bypass: Off (with special directions)
Cannot install simultaneously with MS2692A-003, MS2692A-008.
Frequency
Frequency Range
6.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz
Amplitude
RF Frequency Characteristics
Displayed Average Noise
Level (DANL)
Image Responses
18° to 28°C, after CAL, Input attenuator: 10 dB, Microwave Preselector Bypass: On
±1.0 dB (6.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz)
±1.5 dB (13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
∗ with MS2692A-067, Microwave Preselector Bypass: Off, see Signal Analyzer/Spectrum Analyzer (RF Frequency Characteristics)
18° to 28°C, Detector: Sample, VBW: 1 Hz (Video average), Input attenuator: 0 dB
Microwave Preselector Bypass: On or Off
–146 dBm/Hz (6.0 GHz ≤ Frequency < 10.0 GHz)
–145 dBm/Hz (10.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz)
–142 dBm/Hz (13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 20.0 GHz)
–138 dBm/Hz (20.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
Microwave Preselector Bypass: Off
≤–60 dBc (6.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-077 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5 MHz
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-078 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz (Requires MS269xA-077)
Common
with MS269xA-077
Adds the 50 MHz, 62.5 MHz bandwidths to the standard analysis bandwidths.
Bandwidth
with MS269xA-077/078
Adds the 50, 62.5, 100, and 125 MHz bandwidths to the standard analysis bandwidths.
Auto-setting depending on RBW
with MS269xA-077, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
100 MHz
Sampling Rate
with MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
100 MHz, 200 MHz
Set length of capture time
with MS269xA-077, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
Min. capture time length: 1 µs (determined depending on analysis bandwidth)
Max. capture time length: 500 ms
Capture Time
Resolution Bandwidth
(RBW)
ADC Resolution
Frequency
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with MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
Min. capture time length: 500 ns to 1 µs (determined depending on analysis bandwidth)
Max. capture time length: 500 ms
with MS269xA-077, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
Setting range: 3 kHz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence)
Selectivity (–60 dB/–3 dB): 4.5:1 (nominal)
with MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
Setting range: 3 kHz to 10 MHz (1-3 sequence)
Selectivity (–60 dB/–3 dB): 4.5:1 (nominal)
with MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
14 bits
without MS2692A-067, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
100 MHz to 6.0 GHz
with MS2692A-067, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
100 MHz to 26.5 GHz
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Amplitude
18˚ to 28˚C, Input attenuator: 0 dB
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off, Frequency band mode: Normal
Frequency
100 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.2 GHz
2.2 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz
Max.
–147.0 [dBm/Hz]
–145.0 [dBm/Hz]
–143.0 [dBm/Hz]
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On, Frequency band mode: Normal
Displayed Average Noise
Level (DANL)
Frequency
100 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.2 GHz
2.2 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4.0 GHz
4.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz
Max.
–160.0 [dBm/Hz]
–158.0 [dBm/Hz]
–154.0 [dBm/Hz]
with MS2692A-067, Microwave Preselector Bypass: On
Frequency
6.0 GHz < Frequency < 10.0 GHz
10.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz
13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 20.0 GHz
20.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz
Total Level
Accuracy∗
∗: The Total level accuracy
is found from root sum of
squares (RSS) of RF
characteristics, linearity
error, and input attenuator
switching error.
Max.
–140.0 [dBm/Hz]
–136.0 [dBm/Hz]
–133.0 [dBm/Hz]
–129.0 [dBm/Hz]
18˚ to 28˚C, after CAL, Input attenuator: ≥10 dB, Center frequency, CW, RBW: Auto, Time Detection: Average,
Marker Result: Integration or Peak (Accuracy), Excluding the noise floor effect
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off, Mixer input level: ≤0 dBm, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
±0.5 dB (100 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On, Preamp input level: ≤–20 dBm, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
±1.0 dB (100 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
with MS269xA-077, or MS269xA-077/078, Bandwidth: >31.25 MHz
with MS2692A-067, Microwave Preselector Bypass: On
±1.8 dB (6.0 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
±3.0 dB (13.5 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
Excluding the noise floor effect
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off, Frequency band mode: Normal
±0.07 dB (Mixer input level: ≤–20 dBm)
±0.10 dB (Mixer input level: ≤–10 dBm)
±0.30 dB (Mixer input level: ≤0 dBm, Frequency: ≤6.0 GHz)
Linearity Error
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On, Frequency band mode: Normal
±0.07 dB (Mixer input level: ≤–40 dBm)
±0.10 dB (Mixer input level: ≤–30 dBm)
±0.50 dB (Mixer input level: ≤–20 dBm)
with MS2692A-067, Microwave Preselector Bypass: On
±0.60 dB (Mixer input level: ≤0 dBm, Frequency: > 6.0 GHz)
18˚ to 28˚C, After CAL, Input attenuator: 10 dB
without MS269xA-008, or Preamp: Off
±0.35 dB (100 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
RF Frequency
Characteristics
with MS269xA-008, Preamp: On
±0.65 dB (100 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6.0 GHz, Frequency band mode: Normal)
with MS2692A-067, Microwave Preselector Bypass: On
±1.0 dB (6.0 GHz < Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz)
±1.5 dB (13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz)
Note: Amplitude errors may occur in digitized IQ data at a probability of 0.0001 ppm or less. (AD converter maker nominal specifications) when the Analysis
Bandwidth Extension 62.5 MHz/125 MHz option operates at the 50 MHz/62.5 MHz/100 MHz/125 MHz bandwidth setting.
Typical (typ.):
Performance not warranted. Must products meet typical performance.
Nominal (nom.):
Values not warranted. Included to facilitate application of product.
Example:
Performance not warranted. Data actually measured by randomly selected measuring instruments.
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Ordering Information
Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.
Model/Order No.
Name
- Main Frame MS2690A
Signal Analyzer (50 Hz to 6.0 GHz)
MS2691A
Signal Analyzer (50 Hz to 13.5 GHz)
MS2692A
Signal Analyzer (50 Hz to 26.5 GHz)
- Standard Accessories :1 pc
Power Cord
P0031A
USB Memory (>1 GB USB2.0 Flash Driver)
:1 pc
Z0541A
USB Mouse
:1 pc
Install CD-ROM
(Application software, instruction manual CD-ROM) :1 pc
- Options MS2690A-001
Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
6 GHz Preamplifier (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
MS2690A-008
Noise Figure Measurement Function
MS2690A-017
Vector Signal Generator (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
MS2690A-020
HDD Digitizing Interface
MS2690A-050
Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5 MHz
MS2690A-077
2
Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz
MS2690A-078∗
(Requires MS2690A-077)
MS2691A-001
Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz
MS2691A-003
(Extends lower limit of preselector to 3 GHz)
MS2691A-008
6 GHz Preamplifier (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
MS2691A-017
Noise Figure Measurement Function
MS2691A-020
Vector Signal Generator (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
MS2691A-050
HDD Digitizing Interface
MS2691A-077
Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5 MHz
MS2691A-078∗2 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz
(Requires MS2691A-077)
MS2692A-001
Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
MS2692A-003
Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz
(Extends lower limit of preselector to 3 GHz)
MS2692A-008
6 GHz Preamplifier (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
MS2692A-017
Noise Figure Measurement Function
MS2692A-020
Vector Signal Generator (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
MS2692A-050
HDD Digitizing Interface
MS2692A-067∗3 Microwave Preselector Bypass
MS2692A-077
Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5 MHz
MS2692A-078∗2 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz
(Requires MS2692A-077)
- Retrofit Options MS2690A-101
Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
MS2690A-108
Noise Figure Measurement Function Retrofit
MS2690A-117
Vector Signal Generator Retrofit (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
MS2690A-120
HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit
MS2690A-150
1
∗
Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5 MHz Retrofit
MS2690A-177
MS2690A-178∗1, ∗2 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz Retrofit
(Requires MS2690A-077/177)
MS2690A-180∗4 CPU/Windows7 Upgrade Retrofit
MS2691A-101
Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz Retrofit
MS2691A-103
(Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz)
MS2691A-108
6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
MS2691A-117
Noise Figure Measurement Function Retrofit
MS2691A-120
Vector Signal Generator Retrofit (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
MS2691A-150
HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit
1
∗
MS2691A-177
Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5 MHz Retrofit
MS2691A-178∗1, ∗2 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz Retrofit
(Requires MS2691A-077/177)
MS2691A-180∗4 CPU/Windows7 Upgrade Retrofit
*1: The MS269xA-177/178 cannot be retrofitted to the MS269xA already
fitted with the MS269xA-004/104 option (discontinued).
∗2: Combining the MS269xA-078 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz
and MX269028A-002 wireless LAN IEEE 802.11ac (160 MHz)
measurement software (only for MS269xA) supports modulation analysis
up to 160-MHz bandwidth signals of the IEEE 802.11ac.
See measurement software catalog for more details.
∗3: Cannot be installed simultaneously with MS2692A-003/103/008/108 and
MS2692A-004/104 option (discontinued).
∗4: Contact our sales representative for more details.
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Product Brochure l
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A
Model/Order No.
Name
MS2692A-101
Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit (Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month)
Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz Retrofit
MS2692A-103
(Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz)
MS2692A-108
6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit (100 kHz to 6 GHz)
MS2692A-117
Noise Figure Measurement Function Retrofit
MS2692A-120
Vector Signal Generator Retrofit (125 MHz to 6 GHz)
MS2692A-150
HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit
MS2692A-167∗3 Microwave Preselector Bypass Retrofit
MS2692A-177∗1 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5 MHz Retrofit
MS2692A-178∗1, ∗2 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125 MHz Retrofit
(Requires MS2692A-077/177)
MS2692A-180∗4 CPU/Windows7 Upgrade Retrofit
- Software Options CD-ROM with License and Operation manuals
W-CDMA/HSPA Downlink Measurement Software
MX269011A
W-CDMA/HSPA Uplink Measurement Software
MX269012A
GSM/EDGE Measurement Software
MX269013A
MX269013A-001 EDGE Evolution Measurement Software
(Requires MX269013A)
MX269014A
ETC/DSRC Measurement Software
MX269015A
TD-SCDMA Measurement Software
MX269017A
Vector Modulation Analysis Software
MX269020A
LTE Downlink Measurement Software
MX269020A-001 LTE-Advanced FDD Downlink Measurement Software
(Requires MX269020A)
MX269021A
LTE Uplink Measurement Software
MX269021A-001 LTE-Advanced FDD Uplink Measurement Software
(Requires MX269021A)
MX269022A
LTE TDD Downlink Measurement Software
MX269022A-001 LTE-Advanced TDD Downlink Measurement Software
(Requires MX269022A)
MX269023A
LTE TDD Uplink Measurement Software
MX269023A-001 LTE-Advanced TDD Uplink Measurement Software
(Requires MX269023A)
MX269024A
CDMA2000 Forward Link Measurement Software
MX269024A-001 All Measure Function (Requires MX269024A)
MX269026A
EV-DO Forward Link Measurement Software
MX269026A-001 All Measure Function (Requires MX269026A)
MX269028A
WLAN (802.11) Measurement Software
MX269028A-002∗2 802.11ac (160 MHz) Measurement Software
(For MS269xA. Requires MX269028A)
MX269030A
W-CDMA BS Measurement Software
MX269901A
HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducer
MX269902A
TDMA IQproducer
MX269904A
Multi-Carrier IQproducer
MX269905A
Mobile WiMAX IQproducer
MX269908A
LTE IQproducer
MX269908A-001 LTE-Advanced FDD Option (Requires MX269908A)
MX269910A
LTE TDD IQproducer
MX269910A-001 LTE-Advanced TDD Option (Requires MX269910A)
MX269911A
WLAN IQproducer
MX269911A-001 802.11ac (80 MHz) Option (Requires MX269911A)
MX269912A
TD-SCDMA IQproducer
MX269970A
1xEV-DO Reverse Receiver Test Waveform Pattern
- Other Software Options These software are for PC.
MX705010A
Wi-SUN PHY Measurement Software
MX705110A
Wi-SUN Protocol Monitor
- Warranty Service MS2690A-ES210 2 Years Extended Warranty Service
MS2690A-ES310 3 Years Extended Warranty Service
MS2690A-ES510 5 Years Extended Warranty Service
MS2691A-ES210 2 Years Extended Warranty Service
MS2691A-ES310 3 Years Extended Warranty Service
MS2691A-ES510 5 Years Extended Warranty Service
MS2692A-ES210 2 Years Extended Warranty Service
MS2692A-ES310 3 Years Extended Warranty Service
MS2692A-ES510 5 Years Extended Warranty Service
Model/Order No.
W2850AE
W2851AE
W2852AE
W2853AE
W2854AE
W2855AE
W2856AE
W2857AE
W2914AE
W2929AE
W3117AE
W3118AE
W3655AE
W3656AE
W3098AE
W3099AE
W3060AE
W3061AE
W3100AE
W3101AE
W3031AE
W3032AE
W3044AE
W3045AE
W3305AE
W3306AE
W3014AE
W3064AE
W3015AE
W3065AE
W3209AE
W3210AE
W3521AE
W3522AE
W3201AE
W3202AE
W3203AE
W3204AE
W3528AE
W3529AE
W2860AE
W2861AE
W3108AE
W3109AE
Name
- Application Parts Following operation manuals provided as hard copy
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual
(Main frame Operation)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and
MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Operation Manual
(Main frame Remote Control)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual
(Signal Analyzer Function Operation)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and
MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Operation Manual
(Signal Analyzer Function Remote Control)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and
MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Operation Manual
(Spectrum Analyzer Function Operation)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and
MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Operation Manual
(Spectrum Analyzer Function Remote Control)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Operation Manual
(Vector Signal Generator Option Operation)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Operation Manual
(Vector Signal Generator Option Remote Control)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A
Operation Manual
(IQproducer for Vector Signal Generator Option)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A
Operation Manual
(Standard Waveform Pattern for Vector Signal Generator
Option)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and
MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Operation Manual
(Phase Noise Measurement Function Operation)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and
MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Operation Manual
(Phase Noise Measurement Function Remote control)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and
MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A-017 Operation Manual
(Noise Figure Measurement Function Operation)
MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and
MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A-017 Operation Manual
(Noise Figure Measurement Function Remote Control)
MX269011A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269011A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269012A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269012A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269013A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269013A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269014A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269014A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269015A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269015A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269017A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269017A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269020A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269020A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269021A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269021A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269022A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269022A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269023A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269023A Operation Manual (Remote Control)
MX269024A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269024A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269026A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269026A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269028A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269028A Operation Manual (Remote Control)
MX269030A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269030A Operation Manual (Remote control)
MX269050A Operation Manual (Operation)
MX269050A Operation Manual (Remote control)
Model/Order No.
W2915AE
W2916AE
W2917AE
W2918AE
W3023AE
W3221AE
W3488AE
W3582AE
W3675AE
K240B
MA1612A
J0576B
J0576D
J0127A
J0127B
J0127C
J0322A
J0322B
J0322C
J0322D
J0805
J1554A
J1555A
K261
J0004
J1398A
J0911
J0912
41KC-3
J1261A
J1261B
J1261C
J1261D
J0008
J1373A*
B0597A
B0589A
MA24105A
MA24106A
MA24108A
MA24118A
MA24126A
Z1037A
Name
MX269901A Operation Manual
MX269902A Operation Manual
MX269904A Operation Manual
MX269905A Operation Manual
MX269908A Operation Manual
MX269910A Operation Manual
MX269911A Operation Manual
MX269912A Operation Manual
MX269970A Operation Manual
Power Divider
(K connector, DC to 26.5 GHz, 50Ω, K-J, 1 W max)
Four-Port Junction Pad (5 MHz to 3 GHz, N-J)
Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P), 1 m
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), 2 m
Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P), 0.5 m
Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P),
0.5 m (DC to 18 GHz)
Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P),
1 m (DC to 18 GHz)
Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P),
1.5 m (DC to 18 GHz)
Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P),
2 m (DC to 18 GHz)
DC Block, N type (MODEL 7003)
(10 kHz to 18 GHz, N-P · N-J)
DC Block, SMA type (MODEL 7006)
(9 kHz to 26.5 GHz, SMA-P · SMA-J)
DC Block, SMA type (MODEL 7006-1)
(9 kHz to 20 GHz, SMA-P · SMA-J)
DC Block (10 kHz to 40 GHz, K-P · K-J)
Coaxial Adapter (DC to 12.4 GHz, 50Ω, N-P · SMA-J)
N-SMA Adapter (DC to 26.5 GHz, 50Ω, N-P · SMA-J)
Coaxial Cord, 1.0 M (for 40 GHz)
(DC to 40 GHz, approx. 1 m)
(SF102A, 11K254/K254/1.0M)
Coaxial Cord, 0.5 M (for 40 GHz)
(DC to 40 GHz, approx. 0.5 m)
(SF102A, 11K254/K254/0.5M)
Fixed Attenuator, 3 dB (DC to 40 GHz, 3 dB)
Ethernet Cable (Shield type, straight), 1 m
Ethernet Cable (Shield type, straight), 3 m
Ethernet Cable (Shield type, cross), 1 m
Ethernet Cable (Shield type, cross), 3 m
GPIB Connection Cable, 2.0 m
AUX Conversion Adapter
(AUX → BNC, for vector signal generator option)
Rack Mount Kit (EIA)
Carrying Case (Hard type, with casters)
Inline Peak Power Sensor
(350 MHz to 4 GHz, with USB A to mini B cable)
USB Power Sensor
(50 MHz to 6 GHz, with USB A to mini B cable)
Microwave USB Power Sensor
(10 MHz to 8 GHz, with USB A to Micro-B cable)
Microwave USB Power Sensor
(10 MHz to 18 GHz, with USB A to Micro-B cable)
Microwave USB Power Sensor
(10 MHz to 26 GHz, with USB A to Micro-B cable)
Installation Kit
(required when retrofitting options or installing software)
*: The J1373A AUX Conversion Adapter is not a standard accessory for the
MS269xA-020/120 Vector Signal Generator Option.
Product Brochure l
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J1373A
AUX Conversion Adapter
MA24106A
USB Power Sensor
B0589A
Carrying Case (Hard type)
Trademarks:
• IQproducer™ is a registered trademark of Anritsu Corporation.
• MATLAB® is a registered trademark of The MathWorks, Inc.
• CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA).
• The Bluetooth ® mark and logos are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and are used by Anritsu under license.
• Pentium® is registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries.
• Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.
• CompactFlash® is a registered trademark of SanDisk Corporation in the United States and is licensed to CFA (Compact Flash Association).
• WiMAX® is a trademark or registered trademark of WiMAX Forum.
• Wi-SUN® is a registered trademark of Wi-SUN Alliance.
• Wi-Fi® is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance.
• Other companies, product names and service names are registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
• United States
• Italy
Anritsu Company
Anritsu S.r.l.
Anritsu India Private Limited
1155 East Collins Blvd., Suite 100, Richardson,
TX 75081, U.S.A.
Toll Free: 1-800-267-4878
Phone: +1-972-644-1777
Fax: +1-972-671-1877
Via Elio Vittorini 129, 00144 Roma, Italy
Phone: +39-6-509-9711
Fax: +39-6-502-2425
2nd & 3rd Floor, #837/1, Binnamangla 1st Stage,
Indiranagar, 100ft Road, Bangalore - 560038, India
Phone: +91-80-4058-1300
Fax: +91-80-4058-1301
• Canada
Anritsu Electronics Ltd.
700 Silver Seven Road, Suite 120, Kanata,
Ontario K2V 1C3, Canada
Phone: +1-613-591-2003
Fax: +1-613-591-1006
• Brazil
Anritsu Eletronica Ltda.
Praça Amadeu Amaral, 27 - 1 Andar
01327-010 - Bela Vista - Sao Paulo - SP
Brazil
Phone: +55-11-3283-2511
Fax: +55-11-3288-6940
• Mexico
Anritsu Company, S.A. de C.V.
Av. Ejército Nacional No. 579 Piso 9, Col. Granada
11520 México, D.F., México
Phone: +52-55-1101-2370
Fax: +52-55-5254-3147
• United Kingdom
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
200 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3LU, U.K.
Phone: +44-1582-433200
Fax: +44-1582-731303
• France
Anritsu S.A.
12 avenue du Québec, Bâtiment Iris 1- Silic 612,
91140 VILLEBON SUR YVETTE, France
Phone: +33-1-60-92-15-50
Fax: +33-1-64-46-10-65
• India
• Sweden
• Singapore
Anritsu AB
Kistagången 20B, 164 40 KISTA, Sweden
Phone: +46-8-534-707-00
Fax: +46-8-534-707-30
• Finland
Anritsu AB
Teknobulevardi 3-5, FI-01530 VANTAA, Finland
Phone: +358-20-741-8100
Fax: +358-20-741-8111
• Denmark
Anritsu A/S
Torveporten 2, 2500 Valby, Denmark
Phone: +45-7211-2200
Fax: +45-7211-2210
• Russia
Anritsu Pte. Ltd.
11 Chang Charn Road, #04-01, Shriro House
Singapore 159640
Phone: +65-6282-2400
Fax: +65-6282-2533
• P.R. China (Shanghai)
Anritsu (China) Co., Ltd.
Room 2701-2705, Tower A,
New Caohejing International Business Center
No. 391 Gui Ping Road Shanghai, 200233, P.R. China
Phone: +86-21-6237-0898
Fax: +86-21-6237-0899
• P.R. China (Hong Kong)
Anritsu Company Ltd.
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Representation Office in Russia
Tverskaya str. 16/2, bld. 1, 7th floor.
Moscow, 125009, Russia
Phone: +7-495-363-1694
Fax: +7-495-935-8962
• Spain
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Representation Office in Spain
Edificio Cuzco IV, Po. de la Castellana, 141, Pta. 5
28046, Madrid, Spain
Phone: +34-915-726-761
Fax: +34-915-726-621
• United Arab Emirates
Unit 1006-7, 10/F., Greenfield Tower, Concordia Plaza,
No. 1 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East,
Kowloon, Hong Kong, P.R. China
Phone: +852-2301-4980
Fax: +852-2301-3545
• Japan
Anritsu Corporation
8-5, Tamura-cho, Atsugi-shi, Kanagawa, 243-0016 Japan
Phone: +81-46-296-6509
Fax: +81-46-225-8352
• Korea
Anritsu Corporation, Ltd.
5FL, 235 Pangyoyeok-ro, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si,
Gyeonggi-do, 13494 Korea
Phone: +82-31-696-7750
Fax: +82-31-696-7751
• Germany
Anritsu EMEA Ltd.
Dubai Liaison Office
• Australia
Anritsu GmbH
902, Aurora Tower,
P O Box: 500311- Dubai Internet City
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971-4-3758479
Fax: +971-4-4249036
Unit 20, 21-35 Ricketts Road,
Mount Waverley, Victoria 3149, Australia
Phone: +61-3-9558-8177
Fax: +61-3-9558-8255
Nemetschek Haus, Konrad-Zuse-Platz 1
81829 München, Germany
Phone: +49-89-442308-0
Fax: +49-89-442308-55
Anritsu Pty. Ltd.
• Taiwan
Anritsu Company Inc.
7F, No. 316, Sec. 1, NeiHu Rd., Taipei 114, Taiwan
Phone: +886-2-8751-1816
Fax: +886-2-8751-1817
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