Test & Measurement Products (Print) Division 1 catalog

Test & Measurement Products (Print) Division 1 catalog
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Test & Measurement
Catalog 2016
Chapter
Contents
Page
Company profile
❙❙ Our business fields and products
2
1
Aerospace and defense test solutions
❙❙ Radar test systems
❙❙ ILS test system
6
2
Wireless ­communications testers and
systems
❙❙ Wireless device testers
❙❙ Protocol testers
❙❙ Conformance and preconformance testers
❙❙ System accessories
11
3
Oscilloscopes
❙❙ Digital oscilloscopes, probes
36
4
Signal and spectrum analyzers
❙❙ Spectrum analyzers
❙❙ Signal analyzers
❙❙ Accessories for R&S®FSx analyzers
❙❙ Application firmware
52
5
Signal generators
❙❙ RF vector signal generators
❙❙ RF analog signal generators
❙❙ Microwave signal generators
❙❙ Baseband signal generators
❙❙ Application firmware, software solutions
86
6
Network analyzers
❙❙ Vector network analyzers
❙❙ Converters
❙❙ Accessories for network analysis
116
7
Mobile network testing
❙❙ Hardware, software, systems
131
8
EMC and field strength test ­solutions
❙❙ EMI precompliance/compliance
❙❙ EMS/EMF measurements
❙❙ EMC software
❙❙ Broadband amplifiers
❙❙ RF test chambers, EMC accessories
150
9
Power meters
❙❙ Power meters
❙❙ Power sensors
188
10
Audio analyzers
❙❙ Audio analyzers, audio switcher
198
11
Modular instruments
❙❙ Open test platform
202
12
Broadcasting test and ­measurement
solutions
❙❙ RF signal generation
❙❙ RF signal analysis
❙❙ Audio/video signal generation
❙❙ Audio/video signal analysis
212
13
Power supplies
❙❙ Power supplies
236
14
System components
❙❙ Open switch and control platform
❙❙ I/Q data recorder
❙❙ Step attenuator
240
15
Multimeters, power analyzers
❙❙ Digital multimeters
❙❙ Power analyzers
246
Appendix
❙❙ Service and support, trademarks
249
Index
❙❙ Index by type
261
Company profile
For more than 80 years, Rohde & Schwarz
has stood for quality, precision and
­innovation in all fields of wireless
­communications.
The privately owned company group has a global
­presence. It develops, produces and markets a wide range
of electronic capital goods for industry, infrastructure
­operators and government customers.
Rohde & Schwarz is among the market leaders in all of its
business fields, including wireless communications, EMC
and TV test and measurement, TV broadcasting and technologies related to the interception and analysis of ­radio
signals.
Numerous subsidiaries and representatives not only
­ensure competent and customer-oriented on-site support anywhere in the world, they also safeguard customer
investments with comprehensive service and support
offerings.
Our business fields
Test and
Broadcast and
Secure
­measurement
media
communications
T&M instruments and
Broadcast, T&M
Communications
Security products to
Spectrum monitoring
systems for wireless
and studio equip-
systems for air traf-
protect IT infrastruc-
­systems and radio-
communications,
ment for ­network
fic control (ATC) and
tures against cyber
monitoring equip-
automotive, general
operators, broad-
armed forces, en-
attacks
ment for regulatory
purpose electronics
casters, ­studios,
cryption technology
authorities as well
and aerospace and
the film industry
for government au-
as for homeland and
­defense applications
and ­manufacturers
thorities and critical
­external security
of entertainment
infrastructures
electronics
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Cybersecurity
Radiomonitoring
and ­radiolocation
Company Profile
Test and measurement
Rohde & Schwarz is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of electronic test and measurement equipment. Our
products set standards in research, development, production and service. As a key partner of industry, network
­operators and public institutions, we offer a broad spectrum of market-leading solutions for the latest wireless
technologies as well as for microwave applications up to
500 GHz.
The progress that has been made in the fields of aerospace, automotive and material testing as well as the
increasing demand for bandwidth in communications
promote the trend toward ever higher frequencies in
electronics. Rohde & Schwarz meets the needs of these
markets by offering cutting-edge products for signal
generation, signal analysis, network analysis and power
measurements – in all performance classes, from value
to high-end. As the market leader, we deliver all the instruments and systems needed to confirm the electromagnetic compatibility of products with their technical
environment.
Test and measurement.
Our test and measurement portfolio
❙❙ Test and measurement solutions for all wireless technologies
■■ Testers for wireless devices and components
■■ Systems for conformance and acceptance testing in line with all
standards and test criteria
■■ Test and measurement solutions for network optimization
❙❙ Signal and spectrum analyzers
❙❙ Network analyzers
❙❙ Oscilloscopes
❙❙ Signal generators
❙❙ Mobile network testing
❙❙ EMC and field strength test solutions
❙❙ Power meters and voltmeters
❙❙ Audio analyzers
❙❙ Modular instruments
❙❙ Power supplies
❙❙ RF and microwave accessories
❙❙ System components
❙❙ Broadcasting and video T&M and monitoring solutions (see next page)
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Company profile
Broadcast and media
Secure communications
TV viewers and radio listeners in more than 80 countries receive their programs via transmitters from
­Rohde & Schwarz. Our transmitters as well as our T&M and
studio equipment are advancing the progress of digital
broadcasting and the processing of high-resolution video
formats around the globe.
Radiocommunications systems Today’s military missions are typically based on joint operations in a multinational environment. The key to success is achieving information superiority through network centric
operations. Rohde & Schwarz supplies interoperable
radiocommunications systems for deployment on land, at
sea and in the air. Our solutions use efficient encryption
methods that satisfy the highest national and international
security standards.
We offer broadcasters, studios and network operators solutions for the production, post production and distribution
of audiovisual signals. Our solutions support all formats
and resolutions and cover the entire signal processing
chain – from the recording location to the network feed via
headends and to terrestrial broadcasting.
­ ohde & Schwarz supplies producers of consumer elecR
tronics with all necessary T&M equipment for the development and production of satellite receivers, TVs and other
consumer electronics equipment, also and especially for
high-resolution formats such as UHD. Rohde & Schwarz
multistandard platforms cover the wide variety of broadcast and video technologies, providing great flexibility at
all stages of the value chain.
Civil air traffic control agencies in 80 countries and at more
than 200 airports and ATC centers count on reliable radio
systems from Rohde & Schwarz. The company offers complete, state-of-the-art, IP-based communications solutions
– from the controller working position to the antenna.
Encryption technology Rohde & Schwarz develops
highly secure products for protected voice and data transmission via wireless and fixed links – for the military, government authorities and critical infrastructures.
Cybersecurity
According to the estimates of reliable organizations, cyber attacks, especially theft of intellectual property, cause
worldwide economic damage in the three-digit billion dollar range. Intangible assets are not the only industry assets
that need protection. Confidential personal data, which
can run to large volumes in the financial sector, health care
and online commerce, also has to be protected.
Our broadcast and media portfolio
Our secure communications portfolio
❙❙ Digital and analog TV transmitters for all power classes and all
conventional standards worldwide
❙❙ Digital and analog audio broadcast transmitters
❙❙ Audio/video headends
❙❙ Broadcasting and video T&M and monitoring solutions
❙❙ Hardware and software for professional film and video post production
❙❙ Integrated communications systems for civil and military ATC as well as
for the army, navy and air force
❙❙ Encryption technology for all classification levels
Broadcast and media.
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Secure communications.
Company Profile
We offer a wide range of technologically leading solutions
for protecting IT infrastructures. These range from easyto-administrate, all-in-one security solutions for small and
medium-sized enterprises (SME) to complete, secure IT
infrastructures.
Radiomonitoring and radiolocation
The demand for mobile, wireless exchange of information
is continually increasing, but the usable frequency spectrum for radiocommunications and broadcasting is limited.
As a result, it can be expensive when the market determines the price, e.g. in spectrum auctions. That is why
it is important that regulatory authorities ensure proper
technical and legal use of the spectrum. Network operators also have a vital interest in an error-free, performanceoptimized infrastructure and require technical means to
ensure this service.
Rohde & Schwarz provides the necessary equipment.
The company’s receivers, direction finders, signal analyzers, antennas and customized systems have made
Rohde & Schwarz a reliable partner for its customers for decades. Applications include sovereign spectrum management by regulatory authorities and technical monitoring
of radio networks by their operators, as well as securing
critical infrastructures such as power plants and electronic
intelligence to ensure homeland and external security.
Services
Rohde & Schwarz operates a global service network in
­order to safeguard the investments of its customers. The
following on-site services are offered worldwide:
❙❙ Calibration
❙❙ Maintenance and repair
❙❙ Product updates and upgrades
Rohde & Schwarz regional service centers, plants and specialized subsidiaries provide a wide range of additional
services:
❙❙ System integration
❙❙ System support
❙❙ Installation and commissioning
❙❙ Application support
❙❙ Development of customized modules, instruments and
systems
❙❙ Software development
❙❙ Mechanical and electrical design
❙❙ Manufacturing to order
❙❙ Technical documentation
❙❙ Logistics concepts
Service that adds value
❙
❙
❙
❙
❙
Our cybersecurity portfolio
Our radiomonitoring and radiolocation portfolio
❙❙ Firewalls
❙❙ Encryption technology
❙❙ Secure smartphones
❙❙ Secure browsers
❙❙ Secure infrastructures
❙❙ Radio intelligence systems
❙❙ Radar signal analysis systems
❙❙ Spectrum monitoring systems
❙❙ Satellite monitoring systems
❙❙ Signal analysis systems
❙❙ Receivers
❙❙ Direction finders
❙❙ Antennas
❙❙ Solutions for analyzing IP data streams
Radiomonitoring and radiolocation.
Worldwide
Local and personalized
Customized and flexible
Uncompromising quality
Long-term dependability
Services.
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Aerospace and defense test solutions
Chapter 1
Aerospace and
­defense test
­solutions
Manufacturers and operators in aerospace and
defense need dedicated, reliable and accurate test
solutions to meet the demanding requirements for
measurements in the lab and out in the field. From
the portable ILS/VOR analyzer R&S®EVS300 to a
complete radar test system, we equip users with the
tools needed to build systems, keep them running
to specification and to guarantee public safety and
military mission success.
Type
Designation
Description
R&S®EVS300
R&S®EDS300
ILS/VOR analyzer
DME/pulse analyzer
Precision level and modulation analysis for ground and flight inspection
Precise distance and pulse analysis for ground and air measurements
R&S®TS6710
TRM radar test system
All-in-one solution for efficient RF characterization
R&S®TS6600
Radar test generator
Tester for phase-coherent measurements on radar frontends
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R&S®EVS300 VOR/ILS Analyzer
Precision level and modulation analysis for ground
and flight inspection
The R&S®EVS300 is a portable level and modulation analyzer designed especially for starting up, checking and
maintaining ILS, VOR and marker beacon systems.
The integrated rechargeable battery (R&S®EVS-B3 option)
and robust design make it the ideal choice for mobile,
mains-independent measurements in the field. Due to the
high ­measurement speed and the trigger/synchronization
functions, the R&S®EVS300 is also tailor-made for deployment in flight inspection systems.
❙❙ Extremely fast (100 measurements per second)
❙❙ Synchronization via GPS, trigger and remote interfaces
❙❙ Digital separation of course and clearance signals using
only one signal processing channel (R&S®EVS-K3 option)
❙❙ Expandable to support a second signal ­processing
­channel for simultaneous localizer and glide slope
­measurements (R&S®EVS-B1 option)
❙❙ Support for R&S®NRP-Zxx and R&S®NRT-Zxx power
sensors (R&S®EVS-K5 option)
❙❙ Measurement of GBAS and SCAT systems (R&S®EVS-K9
and R&S®EVS-K10 options)
Specifications in brief
Specifications in brief
AF frequency
Frequency
Frequency range
70 MHz to 350 MHz
Preselection filter range
Accuracy (30 Hz ± 3 Hz 2))
≤ 0.03 Hz
Accuracy (1020 Hz ± 50 Hz 2))
≤ 5.0 Hz
Accuracy (9960 Hz ± 100 Hz 2))
≤ 0.5 Hz
Marker beacon
74.7 MHz to 75.3 MHz
ILS LLZ
108 MHz to 112 MHz
FM accuracy
ILS GS
320 MHz to 340 MHz
Frequency scan (¸EVS-K1 option)
VOR, GBAS, SCAT I
108 MHz to 118 MHz
Frequency range
70 MHz to 350 MHz
Start/stop or center/span
user-selectable in range from
70 MHz to 350 MHz
1/3/10/30 kHz
Temperature drift (–10 °C to +55 °C) 1 ppm
≤ 0.1 Hz ± 0.5 % of reading
Level
Max. input power
+13 dBm
Resolution bandwidths
Display range (autorange mode)
–120 dBm to +20 dBm
Inputs and outputs (front panel)
Accuracy at –30 dBm
< 0.8 dB
RF input
N connector, 50 Ω
Linearity error (–70 dB to +0 dB)
< 0.5 dB
AF output
3.5 mm jack socket
Inherent noise (low noise mode)
< –115 dBm
USB
1)
double connector (USB flash drive,
etc.)
Power supply of antenna
output for feeding and remote­
­controlling active antennas
GBAS mode (R&S®EVS-K9 option) and SCAT I mode
(R&S®EVS-K10 option)
Input level range
–90 dBm to +10 dBm
Accuracy at –30 dBm
< 1.0 dB
Intermodulation
TOI, 2 × 10 dBm, f > 200 kHz,
low distortion
ILS signal analysis
> 20 dBm
Input level range
–80 dBm to +10 dBm
Modulation depth (0 % to 95 %)
Accuracy (90/150 Hz ± 2.5 % 2))
≤ 0.5 %
Accuracy (voice/identifier)
≤ 1.0 %
AF, accuracy (90/150 Hz ± 5 Hz )
≤ 0.05 Hz
AF, accuracy (1020 Hz ± 50 Hz 2))
≤ 5.0 Hz
2)
Phase angle (90/150 Hz)
Measuring range; accuracy
< 0.8 dB
Simultaneously measured values
in every slot
station ID, transmission length,
message block ID, FEC, message
type
message types 1 and 4
0° to +120° or ±60°; ≤ 0.2°
DDM measurement, localizer mode
Supported message types
A to H
Accuracy (≤ ±10 % DDM)
≤ 0.04 % DDM ± 0.1 % of reading
Inputs and outputs (rear panel)
Accuracy (> ±10 % DDM)
≤ 0.04 % DDM ± 0.2 % of reading
Remote interface and
GPS/GSM interface (¸EVS-B2
and ¸EVS-K2 options)
LAN interface
RS-232, 9-pin D-Sub connector
DC output
12 V, max. 300 mA
DC input
10 V to 28 V
Baseband/trigger input
BNC connector, 1 MΩ, nominal
Analog output (2 outputs)
BNC connector, 50 Ω, nominal
DDM measurement, glideslope mode
Accuracy (≤ ±20 % DDM)
≤ 0.08 % DDM ± 0.1 % of reading
Accuracy (> ±20 % DDM)
≤ 0.08 % DDM ± 0.2 % of reading
VOR signal analysis
Input level range
–90 dBm to +10 dBm 3)
Azimuth, accuracy
≤ ±0.1° 4)
AM modulation depth (0 % to 50 %)
Accuracy (30/9960 Hz ± 2 % )
≤ 0.5 %
Accuracy (voice/identifier)
≤ 1.0 %
Accuracy (AM distortion)
≤ 1.0 %
2)
Linearity error in range from
–70 dBm to 0 dBm
Slots
3)
4)
1)
2)
RJ-45, 100BaseT
Overload display if in-band or out-of-band signals are overloading.
Max. frequency drift of modulation signal.
Measurement time for input range –90 dBm to –80 dBm: 500 ms.
Azimuth accuracy for input level –90 dBm to –80 dBm: < ±0.3°.
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R&S®EDS300 DME/Pulse Analyzer
Precise distance and pulse analysis for ground
and air measurements
The R&S®EDS300 is a level and modulation analyzer designed for installing and maintaining pulsed, terrestrial
navigation services. Its high sensitivity and compact design make the R&S®EDS300 ideal for conducting field
measurements on the ground and in the air. The DME/
pulse analyzer also features trigger and synchronization
capabilities for easy integration into test vehicles and flight
inspection systems. The R&S®EDS300 offers high-precision distance measurements within a range of up to 200
nautical miles (NM) for terrestrial, pulsed navigation signals from 960 MHz to 1215 MHz (e.g. distance measurement equipment (DME)). The R&S®EDS300 can precisely
determine peak power and reply efficiency and can identify the ground station to be measured.
❙❙ High-precision measurement of DME and TACAN
systems on the ground and in the air (in line with
ICAO Doc. 8071, ICAO Annex 10, STANAG 5034 and
MIL-STD-291C)
❙❙ Precise measurement of all signal parameters (e.g. peak
power, distance, reply efficiency, modulation data) and
detailed pulse shape analysis
❙❙ Multi-DME mode for measuring up to ten DME stations
quasi-simultaneously, i.e. within 50 ms (R&S®EDS-K5)
❙❙ Extremely compact design due to integrated interrogator
in different power classes (one-box solution)
❙❙ Synchronization via GPS, trigger and remote interfaces
Specifications in brief
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
Distance measurement
960 MHz to 1215 MHz
Distance range
Reference frequency, internal
Aging per year
≤ 1 ppm
Level
Absolute level (autorange mode)
Measurement range (average) 1)
–110 dBm to +13 dBm (nom.)
Measurement range (peak) 1)
–100 dBm to +13 dBm (nom.)
DME signal analysis
Standard
ICAO Annex 10, ICAO Doc. 8071
Input level range (pulse recognition –95 dBm to +10 dBm (nom.)
efficiency > 70 %)
DME measurement
Total peak level deviation
(standard DME signal in line
with ICAO Annex 10, level range
0 dBm to –70 dBm, 95 % confidence level, +20 °C to +30 °C)
Pulse spacing uncertainty
0 NM to 400 NM (nom.)
Deviation (–97 dBm to +10 dBm, ≤ 500 ns, ≤ 75 m (nom.),
measurement time ≥ 500 ms ,
≤ 0.05 NM (nom.)
95 % confidence level)
Multi-DME measurement (R&S®EDS-K5 option) 3)
Standard
ICAO Annex 10, ICAO Doc. 8071
Distance measurement (search/
track mode)
Input level range
up to 10 DME channels
Additional level measurement
uncertainty
Distance range
< 1 dB
–95 dBm to +10 dBm (nom.)
0 NM to 310 NM (nom.)
Deviation (–95 dBm to +10 dBm, ≤ 0.05 NM (nom.), 75 m (nom.)
measurement time: 100 ms/channel, 95 % confidence level)
Low-power interrogator (R&S®EDS-B2 option)
< 1 dB (nom.)
Standard
ICAO Annex 10, ICAO Doc. 8071
Maximum output power
(DME peak power), into 50 Ω load
Setting range
20 W (+43 dBm) ± 1.5 dB
Bearing
Standard
ICAO Annex 10, ICAO Doc. 8071
Deviation (–90 dBm to +10 dBm, < 0.5°
standard TACAN signal in line with
­STANAG 5034, modulation depth
of 15 Hz and 135 Hz signals =
20 %, measurement time ≥ 1 s)
Bearing acquisition time
<3s
Maximum output power (DME peak 500 W (+57 dBm) ± 1.5 dB
power, into 50 Ω load)
Power steps
100 W, 250 W, 500 W
< 0.05 µs
TACAN signal analysis (R&S®EDS-K1 option)
Standard
STANAG 5034, MIL-STD-291C
Input level range
–94 dBm to +10 dBm
DME distance measurement (R&S®EDS-K4 option) 2)
Standard
ICAO Annex 10, ICAO Doc. 8071
Input level range
–97 dBm to +10 dBm (nom.)
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–30 dBm to +43 dBm in 0.5 dB
steps
High-power interrogator (R&S®EDS-B4 option)
Overload display in the event of an overload condition caused by in-band or outof-band signals.
2)
Minimum requirement: 20 W low-power interrogator (R&S®EDS-B2), optional:
500 W high-power interrogator (R&S®EDS-B4).
3)
Minimum requirement: additional RX unit (R&S®EDS-B1), 20 W low-power interrogator (R&S®EDS-B2) and DME distance measurement (R&S®EDS-K4), optional:
500 W high-power interrogator (R&S®EDS-B4).
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R&S®TS6710 TRM Radar Test System
State-of-the-art AESA radars contain several thousand
TRMs each and each TRM must be tested separately during development and production. To handle the large number of different measurements and measurement values
involved, testing requires a high degree of automation.
The R&S®TS6710 is an all-in-one solution that offers extremely short test times for ensuring the high throughput
required in production. In addition, it allows measurements to be flexibly configured for development. These capabilities help the manufacturer develop modules, reduce
production cycles and make production more efficient.
Optimum test performance is achieved by specifically
adapting the test cases on the basis of the supplied source
code, either by Rohde & Schwarz or by experts of the customer. Since the test details can be adapted by the customer, it is easy for customers to protect their intellectual
property rights. Because of the wide parameter ranges,
the R&S®TS6710 supports the measurement of TRMs for
diverse applications, e.g. due to its wide frequency range
for future broadband radar equipment.
All-in-one solution for efficient RF characterization
The R&S®TS6710 TRM radar test system allows manufacturers of state-of-the-art AESA radar equipment to perform
fast, automatic RF measurements on transmit-receive
modules (TRM) in development and production. The test
cases supplied with the system are adapted to customer requirements, e.g. to allow automatic control of the
module.
❙❙ Very short test times, e.g. 15 s (typ.) per module
in production
❙❙ Optional extension to eight DUTs per test system
❙❙ Test sequencer for user-configurable test runs
❙❙ Standard test cases with complete source code
❙❙ Custom optimization of tests
❙❙ Turnkey solution from a single source
❙❙ Based on Rohde & Schwarz standard components
■■ R&S®ZVA high-end network analyzer for
RF measurements
■■ R&S®CompactTSVP for fast communications
with the TRM
■■ R&S®OSP-TRM for RF signal conditioning and
DUT multiplexing
Specifications in brief
RF specifications
Frequency range
Max. output power of TRM
1 GHz to 24 GHz
5 µs pulse width, max. 2.5 % duty cycle
Max. output power of test system
50 W
–2 dBm
Dynamic range of spurious emission ­measurement
≤ –60 dBc
Resolution
measurement of pulse shape
30 ns
Typical test times
complete characterization
(25 000 measurement values)
measurement of key parameters
(2500 measurement values, typ. for production)
< 4 min
< 15 s
TRM control
Digital control of TRM
DUT power supply
multichannel with current measurement
❙❙ 40 MHz clock rate
❙❙ programmable level
❙❙ on-board storage of digital commands
up to 64M pattern
❙❙ realtime evaluation of response
≤ 50 V, 50 W
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R&S®TS6600 Radar Test Generator
The R&S®TS6600 test system is an efficient solution for
analyzing radar frontends by means of multichannel,
phase-coherent signals. High level and phase accuracy,
which is required for EUT testing and calibration, is ensured through short recalibration of the test system, which
is performed automatically each time the system is started
and after each temperature change. In conjunction with
the use of all-inclusive test routines, this simplifies tests in
production and service. The system is controlled via a GUI
or from the customer's main measurement software.
Flexible signal generation is a key requirement in
the creation and simulation of radar scenarios. The
­Rohde & Schwarz test system allows the use of predefined,
manually created signal sequences or previously recorded
sequences. The R&S®TS6600 test system can be precisely
configured to match the specific application and the required parameters. Due to its high degree of scalability the
system can be tailored to offer the required functionality
for any application from development to servicing.
Tester for phase-coherent measurements on radar
frontends in development, production and service
To test and calibrate multichannel radar frontends in development, calibration and service, phase-coherent test
signals are required. These may be modulated or unmodulated pulse sequences or even complex, real-world scenarios. ­Vital requirements for such signals are high level and
phase accuracy over a wide dynamic range, high measurement speed and automated test sequences.
❙❙ Generation of up to ten phase-coherent, synchronous
RF signals
❙❙ High-speed level and phase variation over 50 dB dynamic
range by means of waveforms loaded into the tester
(I/Q mode)
❙❙ CW and pulse mode
❙❙ Generation of I/Q data or use of existing I/Q data of
customer-specific waveforms with up to 120 MHz
­bandwidth; playback of realistic reception s­ cenarios
❙❙ Analysis of transmit pulses including power
­measurement
❙❙ EUT multiplexing
❙❙ Rapid, integrated temperature compensation of test
­system by means of integrated power meter
❙❙ Full system calibration (level and phase) by means of
power meter and combiner
❙❙ Software libraries for easy integration into main test
­software
Specifications in brief
Frequency range
1 GHz to 6 GHz
Signal generation
Maximum number of RF channels
10
Level range
–135 dBm to –17 dBm
Phase
±360°
Fast leveling mode
< 1 μs/step over 50 dB dynamic range with 0.15 dB relative level accuracy (I/Q mode)
Signal types
Interface to EUT
❙❙ continuous
❙❙ pulse (≥ 100 ns, 10 ns resolution)
❙❙ stored waveform (up to 120 MHz bandwidth, larger bandwidth on request)
❙❙ spectrum analysis
❙❙ analysis of analog and digital signals (R&S®CompactTSVP)
programmable digital interface for communications with EUT
Interface to test system
software driver for control via standard software (e.g. LabVIEW)
Temperature range
+10 °C to +40 °C
Signal measurement
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Wireless
­communications
testers and systems
2
To keep the backbone of mobile communications
running, powerful mobile networks and mobile
devices are needed.
Rohde & Schwarz offers a full portfolio of wireless
communications testers and systems for the
complex measurements involved. The multistandard,
modular and highly flexible wireless communications
test solutions from Rohde & Schwarz support all
main cellular communications, wireless connectivity,
GNSS and broadband standards in one box.
They can easily be extended to cover the latest
standard enhancements. Benefit from high-speed,
high-precision and exceptional flexible testing
solutions – Rohde & Schwarz is the right partner to
satisfy your test requirements.
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New
New
New
Type
Designation
Description
Radio testers
R&S®CMW500
Wideband radio communication tester
All-in-one test platform for wireless devices
13
R&S®CMW290
Functional radio communication tester
The compact RF tester for service and IoT functional tests
15
R&S®CMW270
Wireless connectivity tester
The non-cellular expert covering WLAN, Bluetooth®, GNSS and
various broadcast technologies
16
R&S®CMW100
Communication manufacturing test set
The compact RF tester for production
17
R&S®CMWrun
Sequencer software tool
Ready-to-use solution for configuring RF and data application
test sequences by remote control
18
Protocol testers
R&S®CMW500
Protocol tester
One tester for all phases of development
19
R&S®CMWcards
Signaling tester
Smart network emulation for all wireless device tests
20
R&S®CMWmars
Multifunctional logfile analyzer
Powerful message analyzer for all R&S®CMW applications and
use cases
21
R&S®CMW-ATE
Terminal testing solution for IMS and VoLTE
Test solution for testing of IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) and
voice over LTE (VoLTE) functionality of wireless devices, from
R&D to conformance testing
22
R&S®CMW-PQA
Test system for performance quality analysis
Automated performance quality analysis (PQA) test solution
23
Platform for testing needs, from development to c
­ onformance
testing
24
Conformance and preconformance testers
R&S®TS8980
RF/RRM test system for LTE, WCDMA and GSM
Page
R&S®TS-ITS100
RF conformance test system for IEEE 802.11p
Integrated test system for testing IEEE 802.11p conformity and
performance of user equipment
25
R&S®TS-RRM
LTE and WCDMA RRM test system
Standalone platform for radio resource management (RRM)
testing of wireless devices in line with 3GPP LTE, 3GPP WCDMA
and operator test plans
26
R&S®TS-LBS
Test system for location based services
Comprehensive test solution for network and satellite-based
­location technology testing of wireless devices and chipsets
27
R&S®TS8991
OTA performance test system
CTIA-compliant OTA measurements – LTE and MIMO inside
29
R&S®TS8996
RSE test system
Fully automatic emission measurements on wireless communications equipment required for R&D and quality assurance
30
R&S®TS8997
Regulatory test system for wireless devices
For compliance with ETSI EN 300328 V1.8.1/V1.9.1 in 2.4 GHz
band and ETSI EN 301893 V1.7.1/V1.8.1 in 5 GHz band
31
Analog radio testers
R&S®CMA180
Radio test set
The reference in radio testing
32
R&S®CTH
Portable radio test set
Always on duty
33
System accessories
R&S®DST200
RF diagnostic chamber
Accurate radiated testing of wireless devices from 700 MHz to
6 GHz
34
R&S®CMW-Z10/-Z11
RF shielding box and antenna coupler
Excellent shielding effectiveness and superior coupling
­characteristics
35
R&S®TS712x
Shielded RF test chambers
Reliable RF tests on devices with radio interface
35
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R&S®CMW500
Wideband Radio ­Communication Tester
The scalable option-based concept allows it to be adapted
to any application.
All-in-one test platform for wireless devices
The R&S®CMW500 can handle the following:
❙❙ LTE-A up to Cat. 10
❙❙ Wireless standards and broadcast technologies, e.g.
LTE (incl. MIMO), WLAN or DVB-T and associated i­nterRAT measurements
❙❙ All phases of development, verification and production
❙❙ All protocol layers, from RF tests and protocol tests to
end-to-end application tests
❙❙ Module tests, system and integration tests, regression
tests, conformance tests and production tests
❙❙ Multi-CMW solution for testing more complex LTE-A
requirements
The R&S®CMW500 is the universal tester for testing the air
interface of wireless devices. The R&S®CMW500 can be
used in all phases of product development and production
and supports­all common cellular and non-cellular wireless
­technologies. The R&S®CMW500 supports and tests all
protocol layers – from the RF to end-to-end data.
To adapt the R&S®CMW500 to the requirements of the
application, the user simply has to select the appropriate
hardware and software components. Rohde & Schwarz
offers preconfigured models for a number of important
­applications.
Platform overview – preconfigured models
New
New
R&S®CMW500
The all-in-one test platform
The R&S®CMW500 wideband radio communication tester is the universal test p
­ latform
for RF integration and protocol development. It is available as the R&S®CMW500 c
­ allbox
and the R&S®CMW500 protocol tester. The R&S®CMW500 includes a fully i­ntegrated endto‑end data solution that permits comprehensive IP throughput and q
­ uality ­measurements.
Thanks to the internal fading simulator, it is easy to perform tests u
­ nder realistic propagation conditions. The R&S®CMW500 can be used in all phases – from p
­ roduct development
to production to service. It is the solution with the widest range of supported technologies.
R&S®CMW290
The compact RF tester
for basic functional tests
The R&S®CMW290 functional radio communication tester is the cost-effective c
­ ompact
version of the R&S®CMW500. The tester is the right instrument for users who need to
measure fundamental RF characteristics or verify the functionality of wireless d
­ evices.
The R&S®CMW290 provides service companies with a high-quality, customized, a
­ utomated
test environment for functional input and output tests. Powerful network e
­ mulation allows IoT/M2M system integrators to functionally test module integration and custom IP
applications.
R&S®CMW270
The expert for all
­non‑cellular technologies
The R&S®CMW270 wireless connectivity tester is a cost-effective alternative for
­development, production and service. The non‑cellular specialist offers features
­comparable to those of the R&S®CMW500. It supports Bluetooth®, WLAN and
broadcast technologies.
R&S®CMW100
The compact RF tester
for ­production
The R&S®CMW100 communications manufacturing test set is based on the R&S®CMW
platform. The flexible RF interface permits simultaneous testing of up to eight RF ports.
The R&S®CMW100 remote control and measurement concepts are compatible with the
R&S®CMW500. Both testers also use the same methods for optimizing test time and
­capacity utilization. The R&S®CMW100 can be used to cost-effectively calibrate and verify
wireless devices in non-signaling mode (analyzer/generator).
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One tester for the entire product lifecycle
The modular R&S®CMW platform covers all test requirements in all phases of the product lifecycle. With just one
basic investment, a wireless device can be tested over its
entire lifecycle – from development to certification and
network optimization to production and service. An existing configuration can easily be modified to handle other
T&M tasks.
Use cases – radio communication test
R&S®CMW platform covering the entire lifecycle of wireless devices
Applications
certification
Applications
performance
and quality
Protocol
development
Protocol
conformance
Signaling
performance
and quality
RF
development
RF
certification
Radio
performance
and quality
Layer
Systems and
applications
development
System
application
verification
Production
and logistics
Service
Wireless device lifecycle
Use of the R&S®CMW platform for wireless technologies
Technology
RF generator
RF analyzer
Network
emulation
Protocol testing
End-to-end
application
testing
Fading support
LTE-A
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WCDMA/HSPA+
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GSM/GPRS/EGPRS
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CDMA2000® 1xRTT,
CDMA2000® 1xEV-DO
●
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(inter-RAT LTE)
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TD-SCDMA
●
●
●
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(conformance
tests)
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WLAN IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
●
●
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(offloading use
cases)
●
WLAN IEEE 802.11 p/ac
●
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Bluetooth® (BR/EDR/LE)
●
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ZigBee
●
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Z-wave
●
●
Cellular technologies
Non-cellular technologies
Broadcast technologies
GNSS
●
DVB-T
●
T-DMB
●
CMMB
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(LE in direct
test mode)
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R&S®CMW290 Functional Radio Communication Tester
2
New
The compact RF tester for service and IoT
functional tests
The R&S®CMW290 is the right instrument for users who
measure fundamental RF characteristics or perform Go/
NoGo checks in line with communications standards. It
verifies that the frequencies and levels of the DUTs comply with specifications to ensure proper operation and that
they do not interfere with other electronic devices. Since
the tester supports all common ­cellular and non-cellular
standards, both handover and coexistence tests can be
performed.
The R&S®CMW290 is also the ideal solution for network
emulation and functional testing of integrated wireless
modules in IoT communications. Not only can users verify
that the RF module was correctly installed in the system,
they can also verify that the IP-based applications were
correctly configured by connecting the devices client software to built-in server software or forwarding IP traffic to
external servers.
Key facts
❙❙ Use cases
■■ Functional tests of cellular and non-cellular devices in
IoT services, reverse logistics and module assembly
■■ Calibration of cellular devices in service and reverse
logistics
❙❙ Simultaneous support of all common wireless
communications standards – cellular and non-cellular up
to 6 GHz on up to two channels
❙❙ Basic RF measurements with/without signaling and pure
functional tests
❙❙ Configurable, simple R&S®CMWrun user interface
(R&S®CMW-KT050) for efficient test sequence execution
❙❙ Optional: integration of manufacturer software to adjust
RF modules
❙❙ Proven R&S®CMW quality, developed for long-term use in
production environments
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R&S®CMW270
Wireless ­Connectivity ­Tester
The R&S®CMW270 was developed to meet the specific requirements of R&D, production, quality assurance, service
and network interoperability testing (IOT) − with a single,
tailorable instrument. It is an ideal choice for demanding
performance tests and measurements in labs and production − from IP application testing under fully controlled
network conditions with a MIMO base station emulator to
high-speed RF and baseband alignment with dual-tester
configuration.
The non-cellular expert covering WLAN,
Bluetooth®, GNSS and various broadcast
technologies
The R&S®CMW270 is a cost-effective alternative for the
development and production of equipment outside conventional cellular networks, and is specifically designed
for the test requirements of IoT (Internet of Things) market. It is a tailored subset within the R&S®CMW500
product family. In addition to WLAN IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
network emulation and Bluetooth® Classic signaling support, the R&S®CMW270 includes generator and analyzer
functionality.
Key facts
❙❙ Continuous frequency range up to 6 GHz
❙❙ Multiple standard RF measurements for WLAN and
Bluetooth®
❙❙ General-purpose ARB generation for WLAN, Bluetooth®,
GPS and broadcast technologies
❙❙ WLAN IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n network emulation
❙❙ Bluetooth® BR/EDR/LE test mode support
❙❙ Bluetooth® classic signaling support
❙❙ Simultaneous uplink burst measurements during
­signaling connection, PER/BER and message analyzer
❙❙ IP-based end-to-end test for WLAN
❙❙ Dual-tester concept with R&S®Multi-Evaluation list mode
for speed and cost-optimized production
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
R&S®CMW270
70 MHz to 6 GHz
Max. frequency drift
R&S®CMW270 base unit
±1 × 10–6
with R&S®CMW-B690A option (OCXO extension)
±5 × 10–8
with R&S®CMW-B690B option (highly stable OCXO ±5 × 10–9
extension)
RF generator
RF output level range
continuous wave (CW), RF1 OUT
–130 dBm to +8 dBm
Output level uncertainty
in temperature range from +20 °C to +35 °C,
no ­overranging, output level > –120 dBm
< 0.6 dB (12-month calibration interval),
< 0.8 dB (24-month calibration interval)
70 MHz
IF bandwidth
RF analyzer
RF input level range
continuous power (CW), RF1 COM, RF2 COM
–84 dBm to +34 dBm
Level uncertainty
in temperature range from +20 °C to +35 °C
< 0.5 dB (12-month calibration interval),
< 0.7 dB (24-month calibration interval)
40 MHz
IF bandwidth
Arbitrary waveform generator (with R&S®CMW-B110A option)
Arbitrary waveform files
maximum sample length
256 Msample
Sample rate
maximum
100 MHz
Memory size
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R&S®CMW100 Communication Manufacturing Test Set
2
New
The R&S®CMW100 together with the
R&S®TS7124 RF shielded box for device testing.
Production solutions for multi‑DUT testing
The R&S®CMW100 communication manufacturing test set
is a new trendsetting product for calibrating and verifying wireless devices. This follow-up to the R&S®CMW500
­focuses on production needs.
The R&S®CMW100 can perform receiver and transmitter
tests for cellular and non-cellular technologies. Like the
R&S®CMW500, the R&S®CMW100 features high measurement accuracy. The R&S®CMW100 offers parallel testing and can be used to optimize test time and capacity
utilization.
The R&S®CMW100 provides high flexibility in a minimum
of space. Based on a new eco-friendly hardware concept,
it features extremely low energy consumption and a very
compact size. The R&S®CMW100 reduces testing costs
and is ideal for use in fully automated robotic production
lines.
Key facts
❙❙ Turnkey R&S®CMWrun based production solution for
different chipset suppliers
❙❙ Continuous frequency range up to 6 GHz
❙❙ Multitechnology solution
❙❙ Parallel testing on up to eight RF ports
❙❙ High measurement performance
❙❙ High measurement accuracy
❙❙ Support of a wide range of methods for reducing test
time and maximizing capacity utilization
❙❙ Minimum space requirements and footprint
❙❙ Low weight
❙❙ Silent
❙❙ High MTBF
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R&S®CMWrun Sequencer Software Tool
Ready-to-use solution for configuring RF and data
application test sequences by remote control – for
all standards supported by the R&S®CMW family
The R&S®CMWrun sequencer software tool meets all requirements for executing remote-control test sequences
on the R&S®CMW500 in R&D, quality assurance, production and service for both current and future wireless equipment. Typical applications are RF pre-conformance tests
according to 3GPP, IP throughput test, battery life tests,
video and audio (VoLTE) performance tests, coexisting
tests and many more.
The software engine is based on the execution of test
DLLs (plug-in assemblies). This architecture not only
­allows easy and straightforward configuration of test sequences without knowledge of specific remote programming of the instrument, it also provides full flexibility in
configuring parameters and limits of the test items provided in the R&S®CMWrun package options for the different
standards.
When the test focus is on preconformance RF testing in
line with the specification rather than 3GPP validation testing, the right choice is the R&S®CMW500 RF tester, remotely controlled via R&S®CMWrun. RF preconformance
testing in line with 3GPP is available for LTE, WCDMA-­
HSPA, GSM, CDMA2000, 1xRTT/1xEV-DO.
Using a standalone R&S®CMW500 and with just a few
configuration clicks for bands, channels and bandwidth,
the tool provides a comprehensive result report, giving the
user a first impression of in-band compliance. This provides benefits in the very early stage of verification, before
doing more complex system tests or validation.
The preconformance testing solution is available in the
­following standard-specific R&S®CMWrun options:
❙❙ R&S®CMW-KT053 WCDMA/HSPA and GSM (planned)
❙❙ R&S®CMW-KT054 for TDSCDMA
❙❙ R&S®CMW-KT055 for LTE/FDD and TDD
❙❙ R&S®CMW-KT058 for CDMA2000® 1xRTT/1xEV-DO
R&S®CMWrun use cases
Throughput
testing
3GPP
3GPP TS testing
(all technologies)
Audio
performance
3GPP2
CDMA2000®
1xRTT/1xEV-DO
Video
analysis
User
experience
testing
Battery
life testing
MIMO
MIMO performance
testing
Preconformance
testing
(in-band)
Bluetooth®
eCall/
ERA-Glonass
R&S®CMWrun
Basic signaling
with different
technologies
Production and service
(high-volume testing)
Coexistence
testing
R4
R3 R3
Vin
Vout
Find attenuation
routines
Chipset support
in non-signaling
mode
Service Mobilfunk
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R&S®CMW500 ­Protocol Tester
One tester for all phases of development
The R&S®CMW500 is the ideal multitechnology protocol
tester, as it provides developers of wireless devices with a
radio access network simulation. Equipped with powerful
hardware and various interfaces to wireless devices, the
R&S®CMW500 can be used throughout all phases of LTE
device development – from the initial software module test
to the integration of software and chipset in R&D, as well
as GCF and PTCRB certification testing of conformance and
performance tests of the protocol stack of 3GPP-compliant
­wireless devices. The R&S®CMW500 provides developers
of LTE protocols with a specification-conforming reference
implementation of the air interface. The comprehensive
functions of the programming interfaces and the highly
detailed representation in the analysis tools can be used to
quickly detect discrepancies in the DUT protocol stack.
Hardware platform
❙❙ LTE protocol tester with a layer 1 to layer 3 protocol stack
implementation in accordance with 3GPP Rel. 8 to
Rel. 11, ­incl. LTE-A features such as CA
❙❙ Future-ready, powerful RF hardware that supports the
3GPP-defined LTE bandwidths from 1.4 MHz to 20 MHz
and all 3GPP frequency bands up to 6 GHz
❙❙ For LTE-A, any combination of bands and bandwidth can
be tested up to 4 carriers, incl. MIMO (multi-CMW)
❙❙ Data rates up to 600 Mbps in the downlink and
100 Mbps in the uplink
❙❙ Integration of the DUT via RF or digital I/Q interface
(realtime, reduced clock); adaptation to ­customer-specific
digital I/Q standards via external adapter unit
❙❙ I/Q over IP mode possible on software-based tests
❙❙ Digital baseband fading with internal fading simulators
❙❙ 2x2, 4x2, 8x2 MIMO
❙❙ Multicell and multi-RAT capability for LTE and LTE-A
intracell, i­ntercell and inter-RAT handover tests (GSM,
WCDMA, CDMA2000, 1xEV-DO, WLAN)
Software components
❙❙ Development environment for layer 1 to layer 3 s­ ignaling
scenarios with automatic configuration of the layers
­below (MLAPI)
❙❙ TTCN2, TTCN3 libraries and software tools for developing
LTE signaling conformance test cases
❙❙ Extensive library with preconfigured messages and
­signaling scenarios for speeding up test development
❙❙ Practice-proven R&S®CMWmars software tool for
carrying out, working on, automating and analyzing
signaling scenarios
❙❙ Graphical test script tool R&S®CMWcards for simplified
creation of wireless signaling tests
Protocol stack test solutions for R & D and protocol conformance
R&D/carrier acceptance tests
R&S®CMW500 protocol stacks
Higher-layer
applications
GUI-based
¸CMWcards
test script
L3 test scenario
Scriptbased
MLAPI
LLAPI
PHY test scenario
Higher
layers
NAS
Layer 3
RRC
PDCP
Protocol conformance
test case
RLC
Layer 2
MAC
Layer 1
PHY
DUT/UE
Protocol conformance tests
Rohde & Schwarz solution
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R&S®CMWcards
Signaling and Application Tester
❙❙ Logfile and failure cause analysis with the
R&S®CMWmars message analyzer
❙❙ Full test script and DUT automation
❙❙ More than 100 sample test cases included
Smart network emulation for all wireless device
tests
Applications
❙❙ Protocol stack feature verification
❙❙ Regression testing
❙❙ Replication of field issues
❙❙ Roaming use cases
❙❙ Simulation of network failures and reject causes
❙❙ Data throughput and performance measurements
❙❙ Application tests (data, voice and video)
The R&S®CMWcards graphical test script definition tool
lets users set up the tests they always wanted, but never
had time to implement. Wireless signaling and application
tests can be created on the R&S®CMW by simply setting
up a hand of cards – no programming required.
Revolutionary card wizards and unique game rules guide
users through setting up test sequences that fully comply with test specifications. They can rapidly reproduce
signaling scenarios for various wireless communications
standards.
Key facts
❙❙ Just GUI, no programming, no code compilation
❙❙ Test creation, parameterization, execution and analysis in
a single tool
❙❙ Multicell support (up to six independent cells)
Testing scope
❙❙ Layer 3 signaling tests for 3GPP LTE (Rel. 8 to Rel. 10),
WCDMA (Rel. 99 to Rel. 8), GSM and inter-RAT
❙❙ 3GPP LTE Rel. 10 carrier aggregation
❙❙ LTE-U and LTE-LAA
❙❙ Cell selection, redirections and handovers
❙❙ IMS and VoLTE including CS fallback and SRVCC
❙❙ LTE-WLAN offload
❙❙ Evolved multimedia broadcast multicast service (eMBMS)
❙❙ Failure scenarios
❙❙ CMAS (WEA) and ETWS public warning system
R&S®CMWcards sample scenario for LTE inter-RAT and multicell tests
Test case
simulation
Different
views for
­parameterization
and monitoring
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R&S®CMWmars ­Multifunctional Logfile Analyzer
Powerful message analyzer for all R&S®CMW
applications and use cases
R&S®CMWmars is the message analyzer for all R&S®CMW
signaling applications. Users can efficiently analyze recorded message logfiles or trace information on the fly
in realtime while a test is running. The convenient, intuitive R&S®CMWmars user interface combined with various
tools and views helps ­users quickly narrow down the root
cause of signaling protocol and lower layer problems.
The multifunctional logfile analyzer provides access to
all information elements of all protocol layers for LTE,
­WCDMA, GSM, TD-SCDMA, CDMA2000®, WLAN and
Bluetooth®, including the IP layer. It is well-established as
the standard analysis tool for customers such as chipset
manufacturers, handset manufacturers and network operators as well as for device certification in test houses.
New
Key facts
❙❙ Access to all protocol stack layers of all wireless
technologies, including the IP data layer
❙❙ Easiest filtering thanks to optimized GUI usability
❙❙ Inline message and message content comparison
❙❙ Pass/fail view at a glance
❙❙ Smart UE capability view for DUT features at a glance
❙❙ Unique graphical timeline view for chronological analysis
❙❙ Easy navigation in logfiles with powerful full-text search
features and bookmarks
❙❙ Realtime display of message flow (online tracing) during
test case execution
❙❙ Effective graphical protocol measurement charts for
throughput and BLER measurements on all layers
❙❙ Postprocessing (offline analysis) of recorded message
logs
❙❙ Powerful scripting interface for automatic logfile analysis
using predefined macros
R&S®CMWmars message logfile for a WLAN offload measurement
High-level
message
flow
Detailed
­message
flow
Decoded
­information
elements
Throughput
­measurements
on all protocol
layers
Bit analysis of
information
elements
­Relationship of
­messages within
­protocol stack
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R&S®CMW-ATE Terminal Testing Solution for IMS and VoLTE
Test solution for testing IP multimedia subsystem
(IMS) and voice over LTE (VoLTE) functionalities of
wireless devices, from R & D to conformance testing
❙❙ Dedicated R&D test case package with configurable
items
❙❙ Option to modify code and create individual IMS test
cases
❙❙ Dedicated conformance (GCF and PTCRB) and network
operator-specific (IOT) test case packages for operator
acceptance and certification testing
❙❙ GSMA IR.92 and IR.94 compliant
❙❙ IMS, VoLTE, SMS over IMS, IMS emergency calls, joyn
(rich communication suite) protocol testing of wireless
devices and chipsets using different RATs
❙❙ Support of various network operator-specific IMS and
VoLTE test plans (IOT) such as Verizon Wireless, AT&T,
T-Mobile US, Docomo and CMCC
❙❙ Support of IMS- and VoLTE-specific GCF WIs and
PTCRB RFTs based on 3GPP TS 34.229-1 and OMA
specifications
❙❙ Wireless device testing for all current and future IP
multimedia subsystem (IMS) functionalities
❙❙ P-CSCF discovery (PCO/DHCP/DNS)
■■ IMS registration and re-registration
■■ IMS authentication and re-authentication
■■ MO/MT calls (MTSI speech and text calls)
■■ Session handling
■■ Supplementary services
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MO/MT SMS over IMS
Emergency calls over IMS (with and without
positioning)
■■ Joyn (rich communication suite)
❙❙ Intuitive GUI
■■ Easy and fast configuration of test cases with
R&S®CONTEST sequencer software
■■ Fast and flexible test plan creation
■■ Fast and easy changing of parameters
❙❙ Powerful reporting
■■ Fast and thorough problem analysis through
visualization of message flow
■■ Automatic pcap file generation for typical IP-based
analysis
■■ IMS-centric verdict presentation in XML log files
■■ Report with pass/fail verdict for seeing results at a
glance
❙❙ Flexible and scalable solution
■■ Upgradeable for LTE protocol testing
■■ Upgradeable for R&S®CMW-PQA VoLTE performance
testing under realistic network conditions
■■ Upgradeable for audio quality tests with the R&S®UPV
audio analyzer, supporting audio analysis with
established mechanisms
■■ Upgradeable for location based services (LBS) and
SUPL 2.0 testing
❙❙ Fully automated test system
■■
■■
Wireless communications testers and systems
R&S®CMW-PQA Test System for
Performance Quality Analysis
The R&S®CMW-PQA is a test solution for measuring the
performance of chipsets and wireless devices under realistic conditions. It simulates the complex network conditions, such as noise, fading and IP impairments, that
wireless devices are exposed to in the real world. This
is the basis for a variety of throughput and performance
measurements.
Wireless device users are promised ever higher data
rates. However, users are not just interested in the data
rate. What they care about most is the quality of the service they are using on their wireless devices. This is why
the R&S®CMW-PQA offers a variety of end-to-end data
throughput measurements and above all, can reliably measure the quality of services such as webpage loading and
video performance.
The R&S®CMW-PQA is the test solution for benchmarking
and optimizing the performance of chipsets and wireless
devices.
Network operators place strong emphasis both on ensuring customer satisfaction and on simplifying network planning. Self-organizing networks (SON) and one of their features (ANR, automatic neighbor relation) represent a first
step toward simplifying network optimization. As a result,
wireless devices are faced with new requirements, whose
fulfillment must be checked. The R&S®CMW-PQA is a platform for call and mobility performance measurements on
wireless devices.
The R&S®CMW-PQA makes it possible to measure endto-end data throughput, call and mobility performance
and the quality of services, such as video performance,
on chipsets and wireless devices under realistic network
conditions. It supports various network operator ­specific
throughput and performance test plans and customized
test plans can be created quickly and easily. As a result,
the performance of chipsets and wireless devices can be
tested under realistic conditions throughout the development process up to approval and bottlenecks during implementation can be identified.
❙❙ Explore the performance of chipsets and wireless devices
from an end-user perspective for numerous technologies
(WCDMA, HSPA+, LTE)
❙❙ Identify bottlenecks in the wireless device's/chipset's
implementation from application down to physical layer
❙❙ Evaluate call and mobility performance of chipsets and
wireless devices
❙❙ Measure the quality of services such as webpage loading
and video performance
❙❙ Supports throughput and performance test plans of
major network operators
Automated performance quality analysis (PQA)
test solution
Specifications in brief
Supported technologies
LTE FDD, LTE TDD, WCDMA/HSPA+
Overview of test methods
Throughput measurements
Call and mobility performance measurements
Quality of service measurements
direction
uplink, downlink, bidirectional, alternating
data sources
Iperf UDP, Iperf TCP, ftp, http
call retainability, call accessibility,
UE measurement reporting,
ANR measurement reporting,
reject cause handling
video quality, webpage loading
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Wireless communications testers and systems
R&S®TS8980 RF/RRM Test System
for LTE, WCDMA and GSM
Scalable R&S®TS8980 setups for different
­requirements
❙❙ Precompliance tests in line with 3GPP TS 36.521-1 (LTE),
3GPP TS 34.121-1 (WCDMA) and 3GPP TS51.010-1
(GSM) (R&S®TS8980S and R&S®TS8980PRE)
❙❙ Full conformance testing in line with 3GPP TS 36.521-1
(LTE), 3GPP TS 34.121-1 (WCDMA) and 3GPP
TS 51.010-1 (GSM) (R&S®TS8980FTA)
❙❙ Network operator specific tests (AT&T, Sprint,
US Cellular, Verizon Wireless, etc.) (R&S®TS8980FTA,
R&S®TS8980PRE)
Flexible architecture supports upgrading
❙❙ Radio resource management (R&S®TS-RRM)
❙❙ Parallel testing of LTE, WCDMA and GSM
R&S®CONTEST software platform
❙❙ Advanced sequencer tool for all technologies
❙❙ Fully automatic runtime optimization
❙❙ Debugging with breakpoints, step-by-step execution
❙❙ Easy-to-use graphical parameterization of test cases
❙❙ Online report with status of progress and pie diagram
❙❙ Test results in HTML, XML or CSV format and internal
and external database access
Consistent RF tests from R & D to conformance
The R&S®TS8980 test system family covers the widest
range of applications on the market. Customers can rely
on consistent test results from R&D stages all the way to
final conformance tests.
Faster time to market
❙❙ Efficient tools
❙❙ Individual definition of tests
❙❙ Comprehensible test logs for efficient debugging
Platform for testing needs, from development to
­conformance testing
The R&S®TS8980 RF test system family covers the ­testing
needs from R&D to conformance for WCDMA, (DC-)HSPA,
LTE and LTE-Advanced in cellular chipsets and mobile stations. It is modular and fully automated for RF transmitter,
receiver and performance measurements. The scalable
hardware and software allows cost-efficient testing solutions for R&D and can be upgraded to precompliance and
final conformance testing.
Precise, reproducible measurement results
The fully automated path calibration used in the
R&S®TS8980 test system and high-speed self-test mechanisms deliver maximum accuracy and reproducibility of
measurement results.
Low cost of ownership
Scalable configurations starting with the R&S®TS8980S
ensure an optimum match of budget and functionality. The
instruments used in the system can be configured to require external calibration only every 24 months.
Efficient use of test system through automation
The system is designed for 24/7 operation to maximize
return on investment and minimize time to market. An optional extension further increases the level of automation
by allowing sequential testing of multiple DUTs on one
system.
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R&S®TS-ITS100 RF Conformance Test
System for IEEE 802.11p
Wireless communications testers and systems
Integrated test system for testing IEEE 802.11p
conformity and the performance of user
equipment
The R&S®TS-ITS100 is an integrated test system for testing IEEE 802.11p conformity and the performance of user
equipment used for C2X (car2car/infrastructure) communications. Thanks to its compact size (with or without a
rack), the R&S®TS-ITS100 can be used throughout the entire value chain – from development to precompliance and
compliance testing.
Complete coverage of worldwide test requirements
❙❙ Complete coverage of regulatory test requirements
■■ RF conformance tests for the EU (ETSI EN 302571)
■■ RF conformance tests for the USA (IEEE 802.11-2012)
and Japan (ARIB STD-T109)
❙❙ Complete coverage of industry performance tests
■■ RF performance tests in line with the C2C-CC basic
system profile, white paper on antenna characterization
and wireless performance aspects
Full automation for high efficiency
❙❙ Fully automatic tests for reproducible test results
❙❙ R&S®OSP-ITS switching module for automatic path
switching during test runs
❙❙ Support for multiple antennas
❙❙ Filters for out-of-band tests
❙❙ Manufacturer-specific plug-ins for user equipment
❙❙ Field2Lab testing
Simple operation with R&S®CONTEST software
platform
❙❙ Advanced sequencer tool
❙❙ Debugging with breakpoints, step-by-step execution
❙❙ Easy-to-use graphical parameterization of test cases
❙❙ DUT services such as graphical antenna configurations
❙❙ Online report with status of progress and pie diagram
❙❙ Summary report with filter for report explorer
❙❙ Test results in HTML, XML or CSV format and internal
and external database access
Future-ready platform
The R&S®TS-ITS100 test system is prepared to handle future features of the intelligent transportation system (ITS)
technology. Rohde & Schwarz is constantly implementing
new functions that are made available to users in the form
of upgrades. As an active contributor to standardization
bodies, Rohde & Schwarz helps promote the development
of wireless technologies. This knowledge and experience
are incorporated into the company’s products.
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Wireless communications testers and systems
R&S®TS-RRM
LTE and WCDMA RRM Test System
❙❙ R&S®TS-RRM testing of radio resource management
technologies in 3GPP TS 36.521-3 (LTE) and
3GPP TS 34.121-1 (WCDMA) devices and chipsets
❙❙ Coverage of RRM conformance and network operator
specific test plans
❙❙ Reusable for LBS OTDOA/eCID
❙❙ Scalable platform for different technologies, covering the
various test needs that arise in R&D, conformance and
network operator acceptance testing
❙❙ Automated for faster test runs and reduction of test time
❙❙ Runs on R&S®CONTEST platforms such as the
R&S®TS8980
Supported technologies
❙❙ WCDMA single mode
❙❙ WCDMA inter-RAT to GSM
❙❙ LTE single mode
❙❙ LTE inter-RAT to WCDMA, GSM, CDMA2000®
Standalone platform for radio resource
management (RRM) testing of wireless devices in
line with 3GPP LTE, 3GPP WCDMA and operator
test plans
The R&S®TS-RRM LTE and WCDMA RRM test system is
a test solution for running WCDMA, LTE, inter-RAT RRM
test cases on wireless devices. It is the perfect solution
for the entire mobile station development lifecycle. The
­R&S®TS-RRM is a fully automated conformance test system prepared for running validated RRM conformance
test cases in the design, precertification and type approval
of wireless devices. In addition to the RRM test cases required by GCF/PTCRB, the R
­ &S®TS-RRM also supports
network operator specific RRM tests.
Different setups
❙❙ R&S®TS-RRM standard setup: supports single-mode test
cases for GCF and PTCRB with almost 100 % of GCF
priority 1 release 8 test cases and about 70 % of all GCF
test cases as well as RX diversity and MIMO
❙❙ R&S®TS-RRM advanced setup: supports 100 % of
all release 8 GCF and PTCRB test cases as well as
RX diversity and MIMO
❙❙ R&S®TS8980FTA in combination with R&S®TS-RRM: for
multibox test cases supporting 100 % of all release 8 GCF
and PTCRB test cases as well as RX diversity and MIMO
Configuration example
¸TS-RRM advanced setup
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¸TS8980FTA + ¸TS-RRM
Wireless communications testers and systems
R&S®TS-LBS
Test System for Location Based Services
Location based services (LBS) testing of satellite, cellular
and hybrid-based location technologies
❙❙ Coverage of 3GPP minimum performance, signaling
conformance (C-plane, U-plane) and network operator
specific test plans
❙❙ Scalable platform for different technologies, covering
various test needs that arise in R&D, conformance and
network operator acceptance testing
❙❙ Automated for faster test execution and reduction of test
time
■■ Automation of DUT for minimum manual intervention
during test runs
■■ Fully automatic path calibration routines that run with
minimum manual intervention
Supported technologies
Comprehensive test solution for network and
satellite-based location technology testing of
wireless devices and chipsets
The R&S®TS-LBS test system family is highly configurable
for testing different location technologies of user equipment (UE) and chipsets. The R&S®TS-LBS represents the
second generation of Rohde & Schwarz LBS test systems.
It fulfills the requirements for LBS conformance testing
and operator acceptance testing on GSM, WCDMA and
LTE devices and chipsets.
Support of satellite, cellular and hybrid-based
­location technologies in UE and chipsets
❙❙ Support of GNSS-based LBS
■■ 3GPP minimum performance
■■ Protocol conformance
■■ Operator test plans
■■ OTA LBS
❙❙ Support of cellular network-based LBS (requires the
R&S®TS-LBS advanced hardware platform)
■■ LTE OTDOA/eCID for LTE
■■ Operator test plans
❙❙ Support of hybrid location technologies
■■ GNSS and OTDOA/eCID
The R&S®TS‑LBS provides complete LBS test coverage through all phases
A-GNSS
minimum
performance
LBS protocol
conformance
Networkbased
positioning
OTDOA/eCID
Carrier
acceptance
A-GNSS
OTA
LBS hybrid
LBS
development
features
Field-to-lab
LTE
A-GNSS
OMA
SUPL 2.0
TTCN3
LTE FDD
OTDOA
eCID
Verizon
test plan
Verizon
LTE GPS
LTE
A-GNSS
OTDOA
WCDMA
A-GNSS
LTE LPP
FDD/TDD
C-plane
LTE TDD
OTDOA
eCID
AT&T
test plan
CTIA 3.2
LTE
A-GNSS
LTE
A-GNSS
hybrid
Margin
search,
PEM,
sweep mode
Recording
and playback,
GPS,
Glonass,
BeiDou
GSM
A-GNSS
RRLP
WCDMA
RRC
C-plane
Interband
OTDOA
T-Mobile
test plan
GSM
RRLP
C-plane
CA
OTDOA
NTT
CoCoMo
test plan
LBS receiver
testing,
GPS,
Glonass,
BeiDou
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Different setups
R&S®CONTEST software platform
Scalable and flexible test system family suitable
for applications ranging from R&D to conformance
­testing of GSM, WCDMA and LTE user equipment
(UE) and chipsets
❙❙ Modular hardware and software depending on individual
test requirements
❙❙ Scalable hardware and software allowing cost-efficient
R&D solutions
❙❙ Availability of upgrade paths for preconformance and full
conformance testing
❙❙ Upgradeability to R&S®CMW-PQA test system for
performance quality analysis
❙❙ Upgradeability to R&S®TS-RRM test system for radio
resource management
Intuitive GUI and powerful ­reporting capabilities
❙❙ Debugging capabilities: breakpoints, step-by-step
execution
❙❙ Easy-to-use graphical parameterization of test cases
❙❙ DUT services including graphical antenna configurations
❙❙ Online report with status of progress and pie diagram for
overview
❙❙ Summary report with filter for report explorer
❙❙ Test results in HTML, XML or CSV format and internal
and external database access
R&S®TS-LBS on different platforms
GNSS testing
(24 channels)
¸TS-LBS
OTDOA + eCID
(24 entry point)
¸TS-LBS NetOP
(¸CMW-PQA
+ ¸SMBV100A)
¸TS-LBS advanced
(¸TS-RRM advanced)
(¸CMW-PQA CA setup)
LBS OTDOA/eCID
LBS A-GNSS LTE/WCDMA/GSM
Support by means of CONTEST
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¸TS-LBS advanced
(complete 3GPP
+ NetOP)
OTA ¸TS8991
performance test
system
+¸SMBV100A
Wireless communications testers and systems
R&S®TS8991
OTA Performance Test ­System
CTIA-compliant OTA measurements – LTE and
MIMO inside
Over-the-air (OTA) measurements are an essential part
of the certification testing of wireless devices that require an omnidirectional antenna radiation pattern. The
R&S®TS8991 OTA performance test system measures the
spatial radiation and sensitivity characteristic as specified
by CTIA and 3GPP.
The R&S®AMS32 system software provides ready-to-use
test templates for OTA measurements and supports all
common wireless standards. The integrated report function collects all measured test data such as graphics or
numeric results, test environments, EUT information and
hardware setup in one document.
In cooperation with Albatross Projects, a world-leading
provider of solutions for RF chambers, various models of
wireless performance test chambers (WPTC) were created.
❙❙ Measurement of OTA performance in line with CTIA,
WiFi-Alliance, CWG, PTCRB standards and test cases
❙❙ For all major cellular and non-cellular technologies,
including A-GPS
❙❙ Time-optimized, configurable test sequences for
qualification and development, based on R&S®AMS32
system software
❙❙ Can be combined with radiated spurious emission and
EMC test systems
❙❙ Turnkey solution with test instruments, system software,
WPTC anechoic test chamber, OTA chamber and EUT
positioner
❙❙ Fast and cost-effective MIMO OTA decomposition test
solution
WPTC model overview
Outer dimensions of
shielding panels
(L × W × H)
Frequency range of test
chamber
Typical range length
CTIA-compliant
WPTC-XS
2.43 m × 2.43 m ×
2.40 m
WPTC-S
3.70 m × 3.10 m ×
3.00 m
WPTC-M
4.60 m × 3.70 m ×
3.45 m
WPTC-L
5.20 m × 4.30 m ×
4.05 m
WPTC-XL
5.80 m × 5.20 m ×
5.10 m
0.7 GHz to 18 GHz
0.7 GHz to 18 GHz
0.7 GHz to 18 GHz
0.4 GHz to 18 GHz
0.4 GHz to 18 GHz
0.64 m
1.02 m
1.30 m
No (R & D)
No (R & D)
Yes
700 MHz: 1.38 m
400 MHz: 1.30 m
Yes
700 MHz: 1.83 m
400 MHz: 1.75 m
Yes
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R&S®TS8996 RSE Test System
Fully automatic emission measurements on
wireless communications equipment required for
R&D and quality assurance
The R&S®TS8996 RSE test system is used for EMI and
spurious emission measurements on wireless communications equipment during EMC and type approval testing.
Typical DUTs are mobile phones, base stations, radio sets
and short-range devices.
The relevant standards stipulate a wide variety of measurements in a very wide frequency range, all of which can be
covered with the R&S®TS8996. For some radiocommunications systems (i.e. short-range devices), higher frequency limits (i.e. 40 GHz) are stipulated for spurious emission
measurements. The R&S®TS8996 can be easily adapted to
customer requirements.
The modular design of the R&S®OSP-F7x filter unit for
carrier frequency suppression allows flexible configuration and easy expansion for various frequency bands. For
measuring radiated spurious emissions from radiocommunications equipment, filter configurations for the following technologies have been prepared: GSM, Bluetooth®,
WLAN, WCDMA (UMTS) and LTE. Others are available on
request.
❙❙ Frequency range from 30 MHz to 18 (40) GHz
❙❙ Radiated measurements in line with ETSI EN 301489,
FCC part 15 and 3GPP TS51.010 standards
❙❙ Conducted spurious emission measurements from
100 kHz to 12.75 GHz on antenna connector of DUT
❙❙ Measurement of spurious emissions from
­radiocommunications equipment
System software
The R&S®EMC32 software enables fully automatic simple
testing. The R&S®EMC32-K2 option offers special features:
❙❙ Automatic setup and control of wireless link
❙❙ Control of different 3D EUT manipulators
❙❙ ERP/EIRP measurement
❙❙ Automatic suppression of carrier signal by R&S®T8996
filter unit
The predefined test sequences allow a high degree of automation. Users are freed from tedious extra work and incorrect settings or signal connections can be avoided right
from the start. Our product managers assist customers
with option selection and system configuration.
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Wireless communications testers and systems
R&S®TS8997 Regulatory Test System for
Wireless Devices
The R&S®TS8997 fully meets these requirements. Measurements are performed using the R&S®EMC32 software platform, which is the standard solution in EMC
test labs. The key components in the test system are the
R&S®EMC32-K97x options and the R&S®TS8997 specific
R&S®OSP module, which provides power measurement
and path switching. A menu-driven navigation system
guides users through the multistage measurements as
required for the technology used and the characteristics
of the unit under test (DUT). The test system supports all
measurements required by the standards, even for complex DUTs such as those featuring MIMO or adaptive
hopping.
The R&S®TS8997 measures the technologies typically used
in wideband wireless devices, i.e. devices with a radio interface, in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands:
❙❙ WLAN 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
❙❙ Bluetooth®
❙❙ Wireless video transmission
❙❙ Radio remote control
For compliance with ETSI EN 300328 V1.8.1/
V1.9.1 in 2.4 GHz band and ETSI EN 301893
V1.7.1/V1.8.1 in 5 GHz band
All wideband transmission systems in the 2.4 GHz and
5 GHz bands must be tested to verify compliance with
ETSI EN 300328 (2.4 GHz band) and ETSI EN 301893
(5 GHz band). The latest versions of these standards require the use of special automated test procedures and
test equipment.
Key facts
❙❙ Fast wideband power measurement that exceeds
ETSI requirements
❙❙ Support for MIMO DUTs with up to four antenna ports
❙❙ Menu-driven, automatic measurements based on radio
technology selected by the user
❙❙ Measurements via RF connection or antenna coupler
❙❙ Tried and tested R&S®EMC32 GUI and software structure
❙❙ Automatic switching of test paths up to 18 GHz
Block diagram of the ¸TS8997 test system
R&S®TS8997
R&S®OSP-B157
Power detector
R&S®EMC32-K97x
Data
sampling
R&S®FSV
signal and
spectrum analyzer
R&S®SMB100A
RF and microwave
signal generator
R&S®SMBV100A
vector signal generator
Power detector
DUT 1)
Power detector
Power detector
RF
RF signal
conditioning
For self-test
and calibration
R&S®CMW, R&S®CBT
or companion device 1)
1)
LAN and USB
Not included
in test system.
RF cable
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Wireless communications testers and systems
R&S®CMA180 Radio Test Set
forms from software defined radios (SDR) and then l­oaded
into the R&S®CMA180 and replayed. The advanced and
efficient user interface makes it easy to learn to use the
R&S®CMA180. Users can quickly reach all settings and
easily perform measurements. Measurement results are
clearly and conveniently displayed.
The reference in radio testing
The R&S®CMA180 is a radiocommunications tester for radio systems that operate in the 100 kHz to 3 GHz range.
Its technology is based fully on digital signal processing
and advanced computing. Intuitive operation and efficient
measurement capabilities make the R&S®CMA180 an indispensable tool for performing radio measurements.
The R&S®CMA180 demodulates and modulates all common analog RF signals, making it ideal for testing transmitters and receivers. For receiver tests, audio signals
from the internal generators or from external sources
can be modulated onto the RF carrier. The audio signals
­demodulated by the device under test (DUT) are fed into
the R&S®CMA180 via analog or digital inputs and then
analyzed. For transmitter tests, the R&S®CMA180 demodulates the received signal and measures the demodulated
audio signal and the RF signal.
Using the ARB generator, users can play back nearly any
type of signal. These signals can be generated with MATLAB® or R&S®WinIQSIM™, including proprietary wave-
❙❙ Frequency range from 100 kHz to 3 GHz
❙❙ Analog modulation and demodulation (CW, AM, FM,
SSB, PM)
❙❙ Up to 150 W peak input power and up to 100 W
continuous input power
❙❙ Signal level for receiver measurements can be lowered to
–140 dBm
❙❙ Integrated audio generators
❙❙ Audio quality tests (SINAD, THD, SNR)
❙❙ Integrated sweeping spectrum analyzer
❙❙ Use of R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensors, no configuration
required
Automation with R&S®CMArun
R&S®CMArun is available for test sequence control.
R&S®CMArun provides a graphical user interface for
programming a test sequence. Individual settings and
measurement tasks can be configured and arranged in
a specific sequence. Sequences, loops and conditional
queries help users easily create and execute complex test
sequences. Each setting and measurement value is logged
and then summarized and stored in a report. For measurements with limit values, pass or fail indicators can be displayed for each measurement. The R&S®CMA180 can also
be controlled using VISA drivers and SCPI commands.
R&S®CMArun offers a separate run environment in which
test sequences are created and executed using a mouse
and keyboard. Additionally, an R&S®CMArun component
has been integrated into the touchscreen, mainly to execute previously created test sequences.
Specifications in brief
RF frequency range
0.1 MHz to 3000 MHz
Output level range
RF generator
up to +16 dBm (max.)
Max. allowed input power
RF input
150 W
Modulation
CW, AM, FM, SSB, PM
ARB generator
R&S®CMA-B110A
bandwidth up to 20 MHz, 1 Gbyte memory
Spectrum analyzer
R&S®CMA-K120
0.1 MHz to 3000 MHz
FFT spectrum analyzer
span
10 kHz to 20 MHz
Audio signals
Connectivity
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analog inputs/outputs, SPDIF,
internal AF generators/analyzers
RF, AF, LAN, USB, DVI, Rohde & Schwarz power
meters, ref freq in/out, trigger in/out,
TTL in/out, GPIB (R&S®CMA-BB12A)
Wireless communications testers and systems
R&S®CTH Portable Radio Test Set
The R&S®CTH100A/R&S®CTH200A includes all the measurement functions needed for reliable testing of transceivers. The measurement results are clearly presented
on a display that is optimized for outdoor use so the
measured values are easily readable even under difficult
­lighting conditions.
With its high measurement accuracy and straightforward
operation, the R&S®CTH100A/R&S®CTH200A delivers
­unrivaled performance and functionality for its class.
❙❙ Frequency measurement
❙❙ Power measurement
❙❙ Over-the-air measurement (R&S®CTH200A)
❙❙ Distance-to-fault measurement (R&S®CTH200A)
❙❙ Voice reporting (R&S®CTH200A)
❙❙ Handy and ergonomic
❙❙ Rugged and all-weatherproof
Model overview
R&S®CTH100A
R&S®CTH200A
Transmitter measurements
Always on duty
The R&S®CTH allows dependable testing of analog FM
radio systems even under challenging environmental
­conditions. The radio test set was designed especially for
outdoor use. Ensuring the smooth functioning of transceivers is the key to successful communications. The
R&S®CTH100A/R&S®CTH200A performs this type of work
without requiring expert knowledge. The user can simply
connect the device under test (DUT) to the R&S®CTH100A/
R&S®CTH200A and immediately begin transmitter and
­receiver measurements.
Forward power
•
•
Reflected power
•
•
Frequency counter
•
•
FM receiver measurements
Squelch
•
•
Demodulation
•
•
Additional measurements
Over the air
–
•
Distance to fault
–
•
Voice reporting
–
•
Specifications in brief
Transmit signal
Frequency range
Frequency setting
RF output level
at RADIO connector
R&S®CTH100A
30 MHz to 512 MHz
R&S®CTH200A
25 MHz to 500 MHz
R&S®CTH100A
5 MHz channel spacing fixed (f = n × 5 MHz), no frequency setting necessary
R&S®CTH200A
setting of user defined frequency or usage of counted TX frequency
R&S®CTH100A
–97 dBm to –120 dBm
R&S®CTH200A, f < 100 MHz
–97 dBm to –120 dBm
R&S®CTH200A, f ≥ 100 MHz
–111 dBm to –134 dBm
RF output level uncertainty
FM modulation
3 dB
FM composite signal
150 Hz and 900 Hz dual tones
FM composite signal uncertainty
2 Hz
Power measurement
forward power, reverse power, CW or FM signals (constant envelope), VSWR (R&S®CTH200A only)
Frequency range
R&S®CTH100A
30 MHz to 512 MHz
R&S®CTH200A
25 MHz to 500 MHz
Power level range
0.1 W to 50 W
Power measurement uncertainty
0.8 dB
Frequency measurement
Frequency range
Frequency counter resolution
R&S®CTH100A
30 MHz to 512 MHz
R&S®CTH200A
25 MHz to 500 MHz
100 Hz
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Wireless communications testers and systems
R&S®DST200 RF Diagnostic Chamber
Accurate radiated testing of wireless devices from
700 MHz to 6 GHz
The R&S®DST200 RF diagnostic chamber is the ideal environment for RF analysis during development. It supports
a wide range of radiated test applications for wireless devices and fits on any R&D lab bench, where it can be used
at all times during the product design and optimization
phase. The R&S®DST200 effectively assists in achieving
high first-time pass rates during final type approval, which
saves time and money.
and service. Compared to applications using large EMC
anechoic chambers, test setups with the R&S®DST200 are
compact and easy to use and generate consistent, comparable results.
❙❙ Anechoic RF chamber with highly effective shielding
> 110 dB for interference-free testing in unshielded
environments
❙❙ Wide frequency range from 700 MHz to 6 GHz covering
all important wireless standards
❙❙ High reproducibility of measurements due to excellent
field uniformity at location of equipment under test (EUT)
❙❙ Compact dimensions suitable for any lab environment
❙❙ Unique mechanical design provides long-term stability
and maintains high shielding effectiveness
❙❙ Simple and effective front door locking mechanism
without pneumatic components
❙❙ Automated 3D positioner for OTA and RSE
precompliance measurements
❙❙ Main test applications
■■ Desense (self-interference) and coexistence testing
■■ Radiated spurious emission (RSE) testing and EMI scan
■■ Verification of over-the-air (OTA) performance
High-quality wireless devices have to pass special radiated
tests such as desense and coexistence tests to ensure
operation without self-interference. Verifying over-the-air
(OTA) performance and measuring radiated spurious emissions (RSE) are also mandatory.
The R&S®DST200 provides support for the radiated tests
that are required in R&D, quality assurance, production
R&S®DST-B165 option.
Specifications in brief
Frequency range
Antenna polarization
700 MHz to 6 GHz (extended range on request)
R&S®DST-B210 option
cross-polarized
R&S®DST-B220 option
right-hand circular-polarized
R&S®DST-B270 option
linear-polarized
700 MHz to 3 GHz, base unit with R&S®DST-B102 option
> 110 dB
3 GHz to 6 GHz, base unit with R&S®DST-B102 option
> 100 dB
Quiet zone
above EUT table, ∅ × L (cylindrical)
200 mm × 30 mm (7.9 in × 1.2 in)
Field uniformity
max. field variation in quiet zone with R&S®DST-B220 option
< 3.2 dB (meas.)
Shielding effectiveness
Field perturbation
Max. EUT dimensions
with R&S®DST-B150 option, 300 MHz to 2.7 GHz
–0.6 dB to +0.6 dB (meas.)
with R&S®DST-B150 option, 2.7 GHz to 6 GHz
–1.5 dB to 1.5 dB (meas.)
with R&S®DST-B160 option, 700 MHz to 2.7 GHz
–1 dB to +1 dB (meas.)
with R&S®DST-B160 option, 2.7 GHz to 6 GHz
–2.3 dB to +2.3 dB (meas.)
W×H×D
400 mm × 330 mm × 400 mm (15.7 in × 13.0 in × 15.7 in)
R&S®DST-B150 option
150 mm × 100 mm × 20 mm (5.9 in × 3.9 in × 0.8 in)
R&S®DST-B160 option
149 mm × 100 mm × 20 mm (5.9 in × 3.9 in × 0.8 in)
R&S®DST-B160 option
257 mm × 190 mm × 20 mm (10.1 in × 7.5 in × 0.8 in)
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Wireless communications testers and systems
System accessories
R&S®CMW-Z10/-Z11 RF Shielding Box and Antenna Coupler
Available options currently include a D
­ -Sub
feedthrough (R&S®CMW-Z12), a USB
feedthrough (R&S®CMW-Z13), a twin N connector (R&S®CMW-Z14) and an audio measurement
accessory (R&S®CMW-Z15). All modules are
optimized so that their effect on shielding characteristics is kept to a minimum. The module
slots are identical, allowing each module to be
inserted into any slot. The optional connectors
can be flexibly assigned. It is also possible to insert customer-specific modules.
❙❙ Excellent shielding characteristics
❙❙ Ultralow reflections
❙❙ Broadband spiral antenna allowing a wide
­variety of applications
❙❙ Optimized antenna structure for extremely
good RF coupling
❙❙ Designed for harsh, continuous duty and
­ergonomic operation
❙❙ Modular options concept and flexible
­assignment of modules
❙❙ Large area for optimum positioning, even of
large DUTs
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Shielding effectiveness
■■ 0.4 GHz to 4 GHz: > 80 dB
■■ 4 GHz to 6 GHz: > 60 dB
❙❙ Outer dimensions (W × H × D):
320.9 mm × 267.5 mm × 527.7 mm
(12.6 in × 10.5 in × 20.8 in)
❙❙ Weight: 9 kg (19.8 lb)
R&S®TS7121/TS7123 Shielded RF Test Chambers
Reliable RF tests on devices with radio
­interface
The R&S®TS712x family of RF test chambers
has been designed to meet the requirements of
automatic production lines. These include long
life, rugged design and automatic opening and
closing of the RF chamber. Featuring high shielding effectiveness over a wide frequency range,
the RF test chambers perform tests on modules
and devices with a radio interface in accordance
with a wide variety of standards such as ISM,
GSM/CDMA2000®/WCDMA, WLAN, Bluetooth®,
­ZigBee, WiMAX™ and LTE.
❙❙ Rugged design for long life
❙❙ Two base models that differ in width:
R&S®TS7121 and R&S®TS7123
❙❙ Automatic and manual version for each model
❙❙ High shielding effectiveness up to 14 GHz
❙❙ Low reflection due to the use of absorbent
material
❙❙ Integrated RF connectors and filter
feedthroughs
❙❙ Variety of options to support applicationspecific configurations
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 300 MHz to 6 GHz
❙❙ Shielding effectiveness:
■■ 500 MHz < f < 3 GHz:
R&S®TS7121: 70 dB (typ.)
R&S®TS7123: 60 dB (typ.)
■■ 300 MHz<f<14 GHz:
R&S®TS7121: 35 dB (typ.)
R&S®TS7123: 40 dB (typ.)
❙❙ Antenna coupler: wideband antenna or
standard specific antenna
❙❙ Standard feedthroughs: RF 4 × N, 1 × 25 and
1 × 9 D-Sub digital I/O filters
❙❙ Optional feedthroughs: USB 2.0 (option
R&S®TS-F23FU2), fiber optic, pneumatic and
customer specific
❙❙ Outer dimensions (W×H×D) automatic version:
■■ R&S®TS7121: 155 mm × 305 mm × 428 mm
(6.10 in × 12.00 in × 16.85 in)
■■ R&S®TS7123: 330 mm × 347 mm × 428 mm
(12.99 in × 13.66 in × 16.85 in)
❙❙ Weight:
■■ R&S®TS7121: 25 kg (55.12 lb)
■■ R&S®TS7123: 35 kg (77.16 lb)
R&S®TS7124 Shielded RF Test Chamber
The R&S®TS7124 features more interior working
space for measurements on larger DUTs. It offers the possibility to integrate an antenna ring
where numerous antennas can be placed to create an own radiation pattern. This makes radiated
power measurements possible at selected orientations. The R&S®TS7124 offers higher shielding
effectiveness and a rugged mechanical design
for reproducible results and a long service life.
The new "soft close" option allows operation of
the automatic version without additional security
equipment.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 300 MHz to 6 GHz
❙❙ Shielding effectiveness: > 80 dB
❙❙ Antenna couplers: wideband antenna or
standard specific antennas
❙❙ Standard feedthroughs: RF 4 × N
❙❙ Optional feedthroughs: digital I/O filters,
USB 2.0 filter, Ethernet filter, fiber optic,
pneumatic and customer-specific
❙❙ Outer dimensions (W × H × D) of automatic
version: 450 mm × 400 mm × 480 mm
(17.72 in × 15.75 in × 18.90 in)
❙❙ Weight: approx. 35 kg (77.16 lb)
❙❙ Integration into 19" rack (optional)
❙❙ Automatically and manually operated versions
❙❙ Automatic model with soft close
❙❙ Antenna couplers for diverse technologies
ISM, GSM/CDMA2000®/WCDMA, WLAN,
Bluetooth®, ZigBee, WiMAX™ and LTE
(optional)
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Oscilloscopes
Chapter 3
Oscilloscopes
Excellent signal fidelity, high acquisition rate,
innovative trigger system and a clever user
interface are what you get with a Rohde & Schwarz
oscilloscope.
Choose from a wide range of oscilloscopes, from
value class for service, maintenance and education
to our top instruments for R&D and EMI debugging
in the 600 MHz to 4 GHz class. Benefit from the high
quality and in-depth development and production
expertise at Rohde & Schwarz.
We continually enhance our oscilloscope portfolio
with new models, applications and accessories.
New
New
Type
Designation
Bandwidth
Channels
Description
Oscilloscopes
R&S®RTO
Digital oscilloscopes
600 MHz, 1 GHz, 2 GHz
4 GHz
2 or 4
4
High-performance oscilloscopes
37
R&S®RTE
Digital oscilloscopes
200/350/500 MHz,
1/1.5/2 GHz
2 or 4
Easy to use, powerful
38
R&S®RTM2000
Digital oscilloscopes
200/350/500 MHz,
1 GHz
2 or 4
Compact, precise, versatile
39
R&S®Scope Rider
Handheld digital oscilloscope
60/100/200/350/500 MHz
2 or 4
Lab performance in a rugged and
­portable design
40
R&S®HMO3000
Mixed signal oscilloscopes
300/400/500 MHz
2 or 4
Digital mixed signal oscilloscope
43
R&S®HMO Compact
Digital oscilloscopes
70/100/150/200 MHz
4
Digital mixed signal oscilloscope
44
R&S®HMO1202
Digital oscilloscopes
100/200/300 MHz
2
Scope of the art with 100/200/300 MHz
bandwidth
45
R&S®HMO1002
Digital oscilloscopes
50/70/100 MHz
2
Scope of the art with 50/70/100 MHz
bandwidth
46
Hardware and software options, accessories
Options and accessories overview
Oscilloscope probes
Oscilloscope probe accessories
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R&S®RTO Digital Oscilloscope
Scope of the art: created to be unique
The R&S®RTO oscilloscopes combine excellent ­signal
­fidelity, high acquisition rate and the world's first ­realtime
digital trigger system with a compact ­device format in the
600 MHz to 4 GHz class. They offer an extensive set of
measurement and analysis functions. The fully optimized
touchscreen operation is amazingly simple.
❙❙ 600 MHz to 4 GHz bandwidth, up to 20 Gsample/s
sampling rate, up to 80 Msample standard memory
depth
❙❙ Precise measurements due to very low noise level:
1 % of full scale at 1 mV/div and 1 GHz
Models
Designation
Type
Digital Oscilloscope, 600 MHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTO1002
Digital Oscilloscope, 600 MHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTO1004
Digital Oscilloscope, 1 GHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTO1012
Digital Oscilloscope, 1 GHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTO1014
Digital Oscilloscope, 2 GHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTO1022
Digital Oscilloscope, 2 GHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTO1024
Digital Oscilloscope, 4 GHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTO1044
Application
How the R&S®RTO meets your needs
Embedded design and debugging
❙❙ High acquisition rate to identify rare signal faults fast
❙❙ Innovative trigger system for high accuracy and trigger flexibility
❙❙ High definition: vertical resolution up to 16 bit
❙❙ Hardware-accelerated measurement and analysis functions (e.g. histogram, mask testing)
❙❙ Full vertical resolution of ADC for multiple waveforms thanks to multigrid display
❙❙ Advanced triggering and decoding for up to 4 serial buses
❙❙ Mixed signal analysis
❙❙ Powerful and user-friendly FFT-based spectrum analysis: ideal for time-frequency correlated measurements
and EMI debugging
❙❙ Advanced power measurements for SMPS and DC/DC converters with power analysis software
❙❙ History view function
❙❙ Intuitive user interface for maximum efficiency
❙❙ Active probes with innovative features such as micro button and R&S®ProbeMeter
❙❙ Low weight; lowest acoustic noise; compact lab instrument
❙❙ High signal fidelity provides additional measurement margin
❙❙ Digital trigger for lowest trigger jitter in realtime
❙❙ High definition: vertical resolution up to 16 bit
❙❙ Lowest noise floor in its class
❙❙ Active probe with premium specifications
❙❙ Full bandwidth even at amplitude ranges ≤ 10 mV/div enables true representation of weak signals
❙❙ Jitter option
❙❙ Compliance test software for USB 2.0, 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet and 10GBASE-T Ethernet
❙❙ High signal fidelity for confidence in measurement results
❙❙ High definition: vertical resolution up to 16 bit
❙❙ Advanced trigger and decode option for CAN/CAN-FD/LIN/FlexRay™ interfaces
❙❙ Compliance test software for BroadR-Reach® Ethernet
❙❙ High acquisition rate to identify rare signal faults fast
❙❙ Comprehensive set of automated measurement functions
❙❙ Fast remote interface covering complete function set of instrument
❙❙ Installation in standard 19" racks possible; LXI class C support
Signal validation
Automotive electronics
Manufacturing test
❙❙ High dynamic range due to single-core A/D converter
❙❙ High definition with up to 16-bit resolution and 500 μV/div
❙❙ Full measurement bandwidth even at 1 mV/div
❙❙ Low crosstalk even with high-frequency signals due to
60 dB channel-to-channel isolation
❙❙ Find rare signal faults quickly thanks to industry-leading
one million waveforms per second
❙❙ High measurement speed, even for complex analysis
functions
❙❙ Accurate highly sensitive triggering
❙❙ Triggering and decoding of serial protocols
❙❙ Class-leading 400 MHz logic analysis: 5 Gsample/s and
200 Msample memory on 16 channels
❙❙ Automatic compliance tests
❙❙ EMI debugging with oscilloscopes
❙❙ Jitter analysis
❙❙ Software interface for acquisition and downconversion
of I/Q data
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R&S®RTE Digital Oscilloscope
❙❙ Up to 1 million waveforms/s even when performing
measurements and analysis
❙❙ High definition: vertical resolution up to 16 bit
❙❙ Industry best trigger jitter: < 1 ps (RMS)
❙❙ QuickMeas: key measurement results at the push of a
button
❙❙ Fingertip zoom: signal details at your fingertip
❙❙ Triggering and decoding of serial protocols such as I2C,
SPI and CAN
❙❙ Automated power measurement option
❙❙ Mixed signal analysis with R&S®RTE-B1 mixed signal
option
Models
Easy to use, powerful - simply more scope
More confidence in your measurements, more tools and
fast results, more fun to use – that’s the R&S®RTE digital oscilloscope. From embedded design development
to power electronics analysis to general debugging, the
R&S®RTE offers quick solutions for everyday test and measurement tasks.
❙❙ Bandwidths from 200 MHz to 2 GHz, 5 Gsample/s
sampling rate, up to 40 Msample standard memory
❙❙ Full bandwidth even at 500 μV/div
❙❙ Single-core ADC delivers ENOB of > 7 bit
Designation
Type
Digital Oscilloscope, 200 MHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTE1022
Digital Oscilloscope, 200 MHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTE1024
Digital Oscilloscope, 350 MHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTE1032
Digital Oscilloscope, 350 MHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTE1034
Digital Oscilloscope, 500 MHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTE1052
Digital Oscilloscope, 500 MHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTE1054
Digital Oscilloscope, 1 GHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTE1102
Digital Oscilloscope, 1 GHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTE1104
Digital Oscilloscope, 1.5 GHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTE1152
Digital Oscilloscope, 1.5 GHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTE1154
Digital Oscilloscope, 2 GHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTE1202
Digital Oscilloscope, 2 GHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTE1204
Application
How the R&S®RTE meets your needs
Embedded design and debugging
❙❙ High acquisition rate to identify rare signal faults quickly
❙❙ Innovative trigger system for high accuracy and trigger flexibility
❙❙ High definition: vertical resolution up to 16 bit
❙❙ Hardware-accelerated measurement and analysis functions (e.g. histogram, mask testing)
❙❙ QuickMeas: key measurement results at the push of a button
❙❙ History function: looking back in time
❙❙ Mask test: settings in only seconds
❙❙ Powerful and user-friendly FFT-based spectrum analysis: ideal for time-frequency correlated measurements
and EMI debugging
❙❙ Triggering and decoding of serial protocols such as I2C, SPI and CAN
❙❙ Mixed signal analysis option
❙❙ Power measurements for SMPS and DC/DC converters with power analysis software
❙❙ Intuitive user interface for maximum efficiency
❙❙ Active probes with innovative features such as micro button and R&S®ProbeMeter
❙❙ Low weight; lowest acoustic noise; compact lab instrument
❙❙ High signal fidelity provides additional measurement margin
❙❙ Digital trigger for lowest trigger jitter in realtime
❙❙ Full bandwidth even at an amplitude range of 1 mV/div enables true representation of weak signals
❙❙ High definition: vertical resolution up to 16 bit
❙❙ No crosstalk due to good channel-to-channel isolation
❙❙ Active probes with premium specifications
❙❙ Comprehensive set of automated measurement functions
❙❙ Remote interface covering complete function set of instrument
❙❙ Mask test: settings in only seconds
❙❙ Installation in standard 19" racks possible
❙❙ Ideal for general-purpose debugging
❙❙ Straightforward, smart user guidance
❙❙ Fast access to important tools
❙❙ Lightweight and portable
Signal validation
Production test
Service, maintenance and education
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R&S®RTM2000 Digital Oscilloscope
Scope of the art: compact, precise, versatile
Ease of use combined with fast and reliable results is precisely what users expect from an everyday oscilloscope.
­Rohde & Schwarz has the solution: the R&S®RTM2000.
­Users can now work with two screens in one, quickly access important functions, evaluate results – while other oscilloscopes are still booting up – and see signals otherwise
lost in the noise.
❙❙ Bandwidths from 200 MHz to 1 GHz, up to 5 Gsample/s
sampling rate, up to 20 Msample memory depth
❙❙ Two-channel and four-channel models
Models
Designation
Type
Digital Oscilloscope, 200 MHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTM2022
Digital Oscilloscope, 200 MHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTM2024
Digital Oscilloscope, 350 MHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTM2032
Digital Oscilloscope, 350 MHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTM2034
Digital Oscilloscope, 500 MHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTM2052
Digital Oscilloscope, 500 MHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTM2054
Digital Oscilloscope, 1 GHz, 2 channels
R&S®RTM2102
Digital Oscilloscope, 1 GHz, 4 channels
R&S®RTM2104
Application
How the R&S®RTM2000 meets your needs
General debugging and analysis
❙❙ QuickMeas: key results at the push of a button
❙❙ Logic analysis: 20 Msample with 5 Gsample/s for detailed analysis of digital signals
❙❙ Extensive cursor-based measurements
❙❙ Versatile selection of signal acquisition modes
❙❙ “Smooth” mode for smoothing non-periodic signals
❙❙ Extensive triggering options for keeping track of important signal events
❙❙ Intuitive user interface for highest efficiency
❙❙ Two displays instead of one: VirtualScreen
❙❙ Active probes with innovative features, e.g. micro button and R&S®ProbeMeter
❙❙ Low weight; compact lab instrument
❙❙ Lowest noise floor in its class: excellent measurement accuracy
❙❙ Full bandwidth even at an amplitude range of 1 mV/div enables true representation of weak signals
❙❙ No crosstalk due to good channel-to-channel isolation
❙❙ Active probes with premium specifications
❙❙ Comprehensive set of automated measurement functions
❙❙ Remote interface covering complete function set of instrument
❙❙ Installation in standard 19" racks possible
❙❙ Ideal for general-purpose measurements
❙❙ Simple operation; lightweight and portable
❙❙ Short start-up time
❙❙ Advanced trigger and decode (I2C, SPI, RS-232, UART, audio) options
❙❙ Logic analysis: 20 Msample with 5 Gsample/s for detailed analysis of digital signals
Signal validation
Production testing
Service, maintenance and education
Embedded design
❙❙ Excellent measurement accuracy due to low-noise
frontends
❙❙ Input sensitivity of 1 mV/div at full bandwidth
❙❙ Short boot time of 15 s only
❙❙ High-resolution XGA display
❙❙ QuickMeas: key results at the push of a button
❙❙ Extensive cursor-based measurement functions
❙❙ Two displays instead of one: VirtualScreen
❙❙ Multilingual: choice of nine languages
❙❙ Triggering and decoding of serial protocols: I2C, SPI,
UART/RS-232/RS-422/RS-485, I2S, CAN, LIN, MILSTD-1553 and ARINC 429
❙❙ History function on 460 Msample segmented memory
❙❙ Automated power measurement option
❙❙ Spectrum analysis and spectrogram option
❙❙ 16 digital channels with the R&S®RTM-B1 MSO option
❙❙ High-performance probes with extensive accessories
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Oscilloscopes
R&S®Scope Rider
Handheld Digital Oscilloscope
New
Lab performance in a rugged and portable design
❙❙ 60 MHz to 500 MHz, with 5 Gsample/s sampling rate
❙❙ Isolated channels: CAT IV 600 V/CAT III 1000 V
❙❙ 10 bit A/D converter
❙❙ 500 ksample memory depth
❙❙ 50 000 waveforms per second
❙❙ 5 in 1: lab oscilloscope, logic analyzer (MSO), protocol
analyzer, data logger and digital multimeter (DMM)
❙❙ 7" capacitive touch display
❙❙ Wireless LAN remote control
❙❙ IP51: rugged, dust and water resistant housing
Designation
Type
R&S®Scope Rider model
60 MHz, 2 channels, DMM
100 MHz, 2 channels DMM
200 MHz, 2 channels, DMM
350 MHz, 2 channels, DMM
500 MHz, 2 channels, DMM
60 MHz, 4 channels
100 MHz, 4 channels
200 MHz, 4 channels
350 MHz, 4 channels
500 MHz, 4 channels
60 MHz, 2 channels, MSO, DMM
100 MHz, 2 channels, MSO, DMM
200 MHz, 2 channels, MSO, DMM
350 MHz, 2 channels, MSO, DMM
500 MHz, 2 channels, MSO, DMM
60 MHz, 4 channels, MSO
100 MHz, 4 channels, MSO
200 MHz, 4 channels, MSO
350 MHz, 4 channels, MSO
500 MHz, 4 channels, MSO
R&S®RTH1002
R&S®RTH1012
R&S®RTH1022
R&S®RTH1032
R&S®RTH1052
R&S®RTH1004
R&S®RTH1014
R&S®RTH1024
R&S®RTH1034
R&S®RTH1054
R&S®RTH1002MSO
R&S®RTH1012MSO
R&S®RTH1022MSO
R&S®RTH1032MSO
R&S®RTH1052MSO
R&S®RTH1004MSO
R&S®RTH1014MSO
R&S®RTH1024MSO
R&S®RTH1034MSO
R&S®RTH1054MSO
When debugging embedded devices in the lab or analyzing complex problems in the field, the R&S®ScopeRider
offers the performance and capabilities of a lab oscilloscope combined with the form factor and ruggedness of a
battery-operated handheld device.
Application areas
Electric and industrial installation and
maintenance
Field use
❙❙ Electric installations
❙❙ Motors, fans and pumps
❙❙ Electric drives
❙❙ Sensors and transducers
❙❙ Industrial machinery
Unmatched performance, versatility and
user experience for all kinds of electric
troubleshooting.
Electronic field service and maintenance
❙❙ Robotic systems
❙❙ Solar inverters
❙❙ Backup power supplies
❙❙ Avionic and military systems
❙❙ Medical equipment
❙❙ Rail vehicle systems
Laboratory oscilloscope performance and capabilities for advanced troubleshooting applications in
the field.
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Research and product development
Lab use
❙❙ Embedded systems
❙❙ Industrial controllers
❙❙ Power electronics
❙❙ General electronics
❙❙ Environmental testing
Portable laboratory oscilloscope for all kinds of
debugging tasks with the advantage of isolated
channels for power electronics applications.
Oscilloscopes
Options and accessories overview for R&S®RTx series
Hardware and software options
Hardware options (plug-in)
R&S®RTO
R&S®RTE
R&S®RTM
R&S®RTH
Mixed Signal, 400 MHz, 5 Gsample/s, 16 channels, 100 Msample per channel
R&S®RTO-B1
R&S®RTE-B1
R&S®RTM-B1
–
Mixed Signal Upgrade for non-MSO models, 250 MHz
–
–
–
R&S®RTH-B1
OCXO 10 MHz
R&S®RTO-B4
–
–
–
GPIB Interface
R&S®RTO-B10
R&S®RTE-B10
R&S®RTM-B10 –
SSD Hard Disk, incl. firmware (Windows XP)
R&S®RTO-B18
–
–
SSD Hard Disk, incl. firmware (Windows 7)
R&S®RTO-B18
R&S®RTE-B18
–
–
–
Replacement HDD Hard Disk, incl. firmware (Windows XP)
R&S®RTO-B19
–
–
–
Replacement HDD Hard Disk, incl. firmware (Windows 7)
R&S®RTO-B19
R&S®RTE-B19
–
–
Windows 7 Upgrade Kit
R&S®RTO-U1
–
–
–
Memory Upgrade, 20 Msample per channel
Standard
R&S®RTE-B101 –
–
Memory Upgrade, 50 Msample per channel
R&S®RTO-B101 R&S®RTE-B102 –
–
Memory Upgrade, 100 Msample per channel
R&S®RTO-B102 –
–
–
Memory Upgrade, 200 Msample per channel
R&S®RTO-B103 –
–
–
Memory Upgrade, 400 Msample per channel
R&S®RTO-B104 –
–
–
Bandwidth upgrades, incl. calibration
(depends on oscilloscope family and model) 1)
Software options
R&S®RTO-B20x R&S®RTE-B20x R&S®RTM-B20x –
I2C/SPI Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K1
R&S®RTE-K1
R&S®RTM-K1
UART/RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K2
R&S®RTE-K2
R&S®RTM-K2
R&S®RTH-K1
R&S®RTH-K2
CAN/LIN Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K3
R&S®RTE-K3
R&S®RTM-K3
–
FlexRay™ Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K4
R&S®RTE-K4
–
–
I2S/LJ/RJ/TDM Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K5
R&S®RTE-K5
R&S®RTM-K5
–
MIL-STD-1553 Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K6
R&S®RTE-K6
R&S®RTM-K6
–
ARINC 429 Serial Triggering and Decoding
Ethernet Serial Decoding
R&S®RTO-K7
R&S®RTO-K8
R&S®RTE-K7
R&S®RTE-K8
R&S®RTM-K7
–
–
–
CAN FD Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K9
R&S®RTE-K9
–
–
SENT Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K10
R&S®RTE-K10
–
–
MIPI RFFE Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K40
–
–
–
MIPI D-PHY Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K42
–
–
–
Manchester and NRZ Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K50
R&S®RTE-K50
–
–
8b10b Serial Decoding
R&S®RTO-K52
–
–
–
–
MDIO Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K55
R&S®RTE-K55
–
USB 2.0/1.1/1.0 Serial Triggering and Decoding
R&S®RTO-K60
R&S®RTE-K60
–
–
Space Wire T&D
R&S®RTO-K65
R&S®RTE-K65
–
–
I/Q Software Interface
R&S®RTO-K11
–
–
–
Jitter Analysis
R&S®RTO-K12
–
–
–
–
Clock Data Recovery
R&S®RTO-K13
–
–
History and Segmented Memory
Standard
Standard
R&S®RTM-K15 R&S®RTH-K15
High Definition Mode, vertical resolution up to 16 bit
R&S®RTO-K17
R&S®RTE-K17
–
Spectrum Analysis and Spectrogram
–
–
R&S®RTM-K18 –
–
Advanced Triggering
–
–
–
R&S®RTH-K19
USB 2.0 Compliance Test
R&S®RTO-K21
–
–
–
Ethernet Compliance Test (10/100/1000BASE-T)
R&S®RTO-K22
–
–
–
10G Ethernet Compliance Test
R&S®RTO-K23
–
–
–
BroadR-Reach® Compliance Test
R&S®RTO-K24
–
–
–
MIPI D-PHY Compliance Test
R&S®RTO-K26
–
–
–
Power Analysis
R&S®RTO-K31
R&S®RTE-K31
R&S®RTM-K31 –
Digital Voltmeter (DVM)
–
–
R&S®RTM-K32 –
Wireless LAN
–
–
–
R&S®RTH-K200
Web Interface Remote Control
Standard
Standard
–
R&S®RTH-K201
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Options and accessories overview for R&S®RTx series
Hardware and software options
Accessories
R&S®RTO
R&S®RTE
R&S®RTM
Front Cover
R&S®RTO-Z1
R&S®RTO-Z1
R&S®RTM-Z1
Soft Case
R&S®RTO-Z3
R&S®RTO-Z3
R&S®RTM-Z3
R&S®HA-Z220
R&S®RTO-Z4
R&S®RTO-Z4
R&S®RTM-Z4
–
–
Hard Shell Protective Carrying Case
Transit Case, with trolley function
R&S®RTH
R&S®RTH-Z4
Probe Pouch
R&S®RTO-Z5
R&S®RTO-Z5
–
19" Rackmount Kit
R&S®ZZA-RTO
R&S®ZZA-RTO
R&S®ZZA-RTM –
Ethernet Cable, length: 2 m, crossover
–
–
–
R&S®HA-Z210
USB Cable, length: 1.8 m, standard/mini USB connector
–
–
–
R&S®HA-Z211
Car Adapter
–
–
–
R&S®HA-Z302
Battery Charger for Li-Ion Battery
–
–
–
R&S®HA-Z303
Replacement Battery
–
–
–
R&S®HA-Z306
Spare Power Supply for R&S®RTH incl. power plugs for EU, GB, US
–
–
–
R&S®RT-ZA14
1)
The bandwidth upgrade is performed at a Rohde & Schwarz service center, where the oscilloscope will also be calibrated.
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Oscilloscopes
R&S®HMO3000 Mixed Signal
Oscilloscopes
❙❙ Serial bus trigger and hardware-accelerated decode
including list view options: I2C+SPI+RS-232/UART,
CAN+LIN
❙❙ 28 automeasurement parameters plus statistics, formula
editor, ratio cursor
❙❙ Six-digit hardware counter
❙❙ FFT up to 64k points (dBm, dBV, V (RMS))
❙❙ Pass/fail tests based on masks
❙❙ Automatic search for user-defined events
❙❙ Display: 12-div x-axis, 20-div y-axis (VirtualScreen)
❙❙ 2 × USB for mass storage, Ethernet/USB dual interface
for remote control
Models/options
Digital mixed signal oscilloscope
❙❙ 4 Gsample/s realtime sampling rate, low-noise flash
A/D converter
❙❙ 8 Mpoint memory, zoom up to 200 000:1
❙❙ Automatically or manually adjustable memory depth
❙❙ Segmented memory option (R&S®HOO14)
❙❙ MSO functionality included as standard
(HO3508/HO3516 logic probe required)
❙❙ Vertical sensitivity down to 1 mV/div
❙❙ Trigger modes: slope (A/B), pulse width, video, logic,
serial buses (optional), hold-off
Type
300 MHz Two/Four-Channel Mixed Signal
Oscilloscope
400 MHz Two/Four-Channel Mixed Signal
Oscilloscope
500 MHz Two/Four-Channel Mixed Signal
Oscilloscope
Analysis of I2C, SPI and RS-232/UART signals
on a
­ nalog and logic channels (two buses can be
­analyzed at the same time)
Analysis of I2C, SPI and RS-232/UART signals on all
analog c
­ hannels (only one bus available for analysis)
Analysis of CAN and LIN signals on analog and logic
channels for two buses
Segmented Memory Option
R&S®HMO3032/
R&S®HMO3034
R&S®HMO3042/
R&S®HMO3044
R&S®HMO3052/
R&S®HMO3054
R&S®HOO10
Bandwidth Upgrade from 300 MHz to 500 MHz for
two/four-channel models
Bandwidth Upgrade from 400 MHz to 500 MHz for
two/four-channel models
R&S®HOO352/
R&S®HOO354
R&S®HOO452/
R&S®HOO454
Application
How the R&S®HMO3000 meets your needs
Engineering lab
❙❙ Adjustable memory depth
❙❙ Advanced math functions as standard, math on math possible
❙❙ Automeasurement for 28 user-defined parameters
❙❙ Segmented memory option
❙❙ Low-noise amplifier and A/D converter
❙❙ 1 mV/div sensitivity
❙❙ 50 Ω/1 MΩ input impedance, switchable
❙❙ Bandwidth upgrades via software options
❙❙ Mixed signal option (MSO) with 16 logic channels
❙❙ Optional serial bus trigger and hardware-accelerated decode
❙❙ 6-digit hardware counter
❙❙ FFT with 64k points
❙❙ Remote control for automated data acquisition
❙❙ Pass/fail tests based on user-defined masks with error signal output
❙❙ Automatic signal measurement at the push of a button
❙❙ RS-232/USB, Ethernet or GPIB (IEEE-488) interfaces
❙❙ Fast boot time
❙❙ Low-noise, intelligent temperature management
❙❙ Extended display size through VirtualScreen technology
❙❙ DVI-D output for external display
Analog circuit design
Embedded debugging
Production environment
General purpose and education
Designation
R&S®HOO11
R&S®HOO12
R&S®HOO14
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R&S®HMO Compact Digital Oscilloscopes
❙❙ Serial bus trigger and hardware-accelerated decode
including list view options: I2C+SPI+RS-232/UART,
CAN+LIN
❙❙ 28 automeasurement parameters plus statistics, formula
editor, ratio cursor
❙❙ Six-digit hardware counter
❙❙ FFT up to 64k points (dBm, dBV, V (RMS))
❙❙ Pass/fail tests based on masks
❙❙ Automatic search for user-defined events
❙❙ Display: 12-div x-axis, 20-div y-axis (VirtualScreen)
❙❙ 2 × USB for mass storage, RS-232/USB dual interface for
remote control
Models/options
Digital mixed signal oscilloscope
❙❙ 2 Gsample/s realtime sampling rate, low-noise flash
A/D converter
❙❙ 2 Mpoint memory, zoom up to 50 000:1
❙❙ MSO functionality included as standard (HO3508 logic
probe required)
❙❙ Component tester for capacitors, inductors and
semiconductors
❙❙ Vertical sensitivity down to 1 mV/div
❙❙ Trigger modes: slope (A/B), pulse width, video, logic,
serial buses (optional)
Designation
Type
70 MHz Four-Channel Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
R&S®HMO724
100 MHz Four-Channel Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
R&S®HMO1024
150 MHz Four-Channel Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
R&S®HMO1524
200 MHz Four-Channel Mixed Signal Oscilloscope
R&S®HMO2024
Analysis of I2C, SPI and RS-232/UART signals on
­analog and logic channels (two buses can be a
­ nalyzed
at the same time)
Analysis of I2C, SPI and RS-232/UART signals on all
analog c
­ hannels (only one bus available for analysis)
Analysis of CAN and LIN signals on analog and logic
channels for two buses
Dual Ethernet/USB Interface
R&S®HOO10
IEEE-488 (GPIB) Interface, ­galvanically isolated
HO740
Application
How the R&S®HMO Compact meets your needs
Engineering lab
❙❙ Advanced math functions as standard, math on math possible
❙❙ Automeasurement for 28 user-defined parameters
❙❙ Memory zoom function up to 50 000:1
❙❙ Low-noise amplifier and A/D converter
❙❙ 1 mV/div sensitivity
❙❙ 50 Ω/1 MΩ input impedance, switchable (R&S®HMO152x, R&S®HMO202x)
❙❙ Component tester
❙❙ Mixed signal option (MSO) with 8 logic channels
❙❙ Optional serial bus trigger and hardware-accelerated decode
❙❙ 6-digit hardware counter
❙❙ FFT with 64k points
❙❙ Remote control for automated data acquisition
❙❙ Pass/fail tests based on user-defined masks with error signal output
❙❙ Automatic signal measurement at the push of a button
❙❙ RS-232/USB, Ethernet or GPIB (IEEE-488) interfaces
❙❙ Fast boot time; compact and lightweight design
❙❙ Low-noise, intelligent temperature management
❙❙ Extended display size through VirtualScreen technology
Analog circuit design
Embedded debugging
Production environment
General purpose and education
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R&S®HOO11
R&S®HOO12
HO732
Oscilloscopes
R&S®HMO1202 Digital Oscilloscopes
New
Scope of the art with 100/200/300 MHz
bandwidth
High sensitivity, multifunctionality and an affordable price
– that is what makes the R&S®HMO1202 digital oscilloscope so attractive. From embedded developers to service technicians to educators – with its ample scope of
functions, the R&S®HMO1202 addresses a broad variety
of users. Advanced, powerful technology implemented
in the instrument meets the high requirements of today's
customers. The R&S®HMO1202 digital oscilloscope comes
with numerous upgrade options, providing true investment protection.
Models/options
Designation
Type
Digital Oscilloscope,
100 MHz bandwidth, 2 channels
R&S®HMO1212
Digital Oscilloscope,
200 MHz bandwidth, 2 channels
Digital Oscilloscope,
300 MHz bandwidth, 2 channels
Analysis of I2C, SPI and RS-232/UART signals on
­analog and logic channels (two buses can be ­analyzed
at the same time)
Analysis of I2C, SPI and RS-232/UART signals on all
analog c
­ hannels (only one bus available for analysis)
Analysis of CAN and LIN signals on analog and logic
channels for two buses
R&S®HMO1222
Application
How the R&S®HMO1202 meets your needs
Engineering lab
❙❙ Digital pattern generator with standard bus signals and arbitrary waveform editor
❙❙ Automeasurement function for 28 user-defined parameters
❙❙ Powerful zoom function
❙❙ Fanless design
❙❙ Sensitivity down to 1 mV/div
❙❙ Simultaneous voltmeter measurements on both analog channels
❙❙ Component tester
❙❙ FFT with 128k points
❙❙ Mixed signal option (MSO) with 8 logic channels
❙❙ Optional hardware-accelerated triggering and decoding of serial buses
❙❙ Pass/fail tests based on user-defined masks with error signal output
❙❙ 5-digit hardware counter
❙❙ Function generator for all common waveforms
❙❙ Education mode
Analog circuit design
Embedded debugging
General purpose and education
❙❙ Up to 2 Gsample/s sampling rate, up to 2 Msample
memory depth
❙❙ High vertical sensitivity down to 1 mV/div
❙❙ High acquisition rate to identify signal faults
❙❙ Mixed signal functionality included as standard (2 analog
and 8 digital channels simultaneously available at all
times)
❙❙ Serial bus analysis: hardware-accelerated triggering and
decoding
❙❙ The right signal at hand: pattern generator up to
50 Mbit/s and function generator up to 50 kHz
❙❙ Voltmeter measurements using an oscilloscope
❙❙ Wide selection of automatic measurement functions
❙❙ QuickView: key results at the push of a button
❙❙ FFT: the easy way to analyze the signal spectrum
❙❙ Complex mathematical operations using equation editor
❙❙ Media transfer protocol (MTP): allows the R&S®HMO1202
to connect to a PC like a mobile phone
❙❙ Serial bus trigger and decode: I2C+SPI+RS-232/UART,
CAN+LIN
R&S®HMO1232
R&S®HOO10
R&S®HOO11
R&S®HOO12
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R&S®HMO1002 Digital Oscilloscopes
Scope of the art with 50/70/100 MHz bandwidth
High sensitivity, multifunctionality and a great price –
that is what makes the R&S®HMO1002 digital oscilloscope so special. With its wide range of functions, the
R&S®HMO1002 addresses a broad group of users, from
embedded developers to service technicians to ­educators.
Advanced, powerful technology in a fanless design
meets the high requirements of today's customers. The
R&S®HMO1002 digital oscilloscope includes a wide range
of upgrade options, providing true investment protection
for the future.
❙❙ 1 Gsample/s sampling rate, 1 Msample memory depth
❙❙ High vertical sensitivity down to 1 mV/div
❙❙ High acquisition rate to identify signal faults
❙❙ Mixed signal function as standard
❙❙ Serial bus analysis: hardware-based triggering and
decoding
❙❙ The right signal at hand: pattern generator up to
50 Mbit/s and function generator up to 50 kHz
❙❙ Voltmeter measurements using an oscilloscope
❙❙ Wide selection of automatic measurement functions
❙❙ QuickView: key results at the push of a button
❙❙ FFT: the easy way to analyze the signal spectrum
❙❙ Serial bus trigger and decode: I2C+SPI+RS-232/UART,
CAN+LIN
Models/options
Designation
Type
Digital Oscilloscope,
50 MHz bandwidth, 2 channels
Digital Oscilloscope,
70 MHz bandwidth, 2 channels
Digital Oscilloscope,
100 MHz bandwidth, 2 channels
Analysis of I2C, SPI and RS-232/UART signals
on ­analog and logic channels (two buses can be
­analyzed at the same time)
Analysis of I2C, SPI and RS-232/UART signals on all
analog c
­ hannels (only one bus available for analysis)
Analysis of CAN and LIN signals on analog and logic
channels for two buses
R&S®HMO1002
Application
How the R&S®HMO1002 meets your needs
Engineering lab
❙❙ Digital pattern generator with standard bus signals and arbitrary waveform editor
❙❙ Automeasurement function for 28 different parameters
❙❙ Powerful zoom function
❙❙ Fanless design
Analog circuit design
❙❙ Sensitivity down to 1 mV/div
❙❙ Simultaneous voltmeter measurements on both analog channels
❙❙ Component tester
❙❙ FFT with 128 kpoints
❙❙ Mixed signal function with 8 logic channels
❙❙ Hardware-accelerated triggering and decoding of serial buses
❙❙ Pass/fail tests based on user-defined masks with error signal output
❙❙ 5-digit hardware counter
❙❙ Function generator with all common waveforms
❙❙ Education mode
Embedded debugging
Education
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R&S®HMO1002 +
R&S®HV572
R&S®HMO1002 +
R&S®HV512
R&S®HOO10
R&S®HOO11
R&S®HOO12
Oscilloscopes
Oscilloscope probes and probe accessories
3
R&S®RT-ZS10/20/30.
Rohde & Schwarz
active probes
(1.0 GHz to 6.0 GHz).
R&S®RT-ZD10/20/30.
R&S®RT-ZD01 high-voltage differential probe: safe measurement up to
category CAT III.
Passive probes: the allrounders for ­every oscilloscope.
R&S®RT-ZC20B current probe (100 MHz, 30 A (RMS)).
External power supply for up to four current probes.
Oscilloscope probe accessories
Type
Accessory Set for R&S®RT-ZP10/R&S®RTM-ZP10
R&S®RT-ZA1
Spare Accessory Set for R&S®RT-ZS10/10E/20/30
R&S®RT-ZA2
Pin Set for R&S®RT-ZS10/10E/20/30
R&S®RT-ZA3
Mini Clips
R&S®RT-ZA4
Micro Clips
R&S®RT-ZA5
Lead Set
R&S®RT-ZA6
Pin Set for R&S®RT-ZD20/30
R&S®RT-ZA7
N-Type Adapter for R&S®RT-Zxx oscilloscope probes
R&S®RT-ZA9
SMA Adapter
R&S®RT-ZA10
Probe Power Supply
R&S®RT-ZA13
External Attenuator 10:1, 2.0 GHz, 1 MΩ || 1.3 pF, 70 V DC, 46 V AC (peak) for R&S®RT-ZD20/30
R&S®RT-ZA15
Power Deskew Fixture
R&S®RT-ZF20
Accessory Replacement Set for passive probes ¸RZ-ZI10 and ¸RZ-ZI11
R&S®RT-ZA20
Extended Set for probes ¸RT-ZI10/¸RT-ZI11
R&S®RT-ZA21
Safety Test Leads, red and black, silicone, 600 V CAT IV
R&S®RT-ZA22
20 dB Preamplifier for R&S®HZ-15
R&S®HZ-16
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Oscilloscope probes and probe accessories
HO3508
eight-channel ­
logic probe
(350 MHz, 4 pF).
HZ355
500 MHz ­passive
probe 10:1
with ­automatic
identification.
R&S®RT-ZH10 high-voltage, single-ended probe with extensive set of
accessories.
HZO20
high-­voltage probe
1000:1 (400 MHz,
1 kV (RMS)).
HZO51
AC/DC current probe
(100 A/1000 A,
DC to 20 kHz).
Extensive R&S®RT-ZA1 accessory set for optimal contacting.
HZO30
1 GHz active
probe (0.9 pF,
1 MΩ, ­including
R&S®RT-ZA4 mini clips and R&S®RT-ZA5 micro clips for reliable contacting,
accessories).
especially when using multiple probes.
HZO41
800 MHz active
­differential probe
(10:1, 1 pF, 200 kΩ).
R&S®RT-ZF20 power
deskew and calibration test fixture: easy
deskewing
Extensive set of standard accessories for the R&S®RT-ZS60 single-ended
probe.
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for measurements on
power electronics.
Oscilloscopes
Oscilloscope probes: characteristics
Bandwidth
Attenuation Input
Input
Dynamic
factor
impedance capacitance range
Comment/extras
500 MHz
10:1
10 MΩ
~ 9.5 pF
pre-adjusted for R&S®RTO
R&S®RTM-ZP10 500 MHz
10:1
10 MΩ
~ 9.5 pF
R&S®RT-ZI10
500 MHz
10:1
10 MΩ
12 pF
R&S®RT-ZI11
500 MHz
100:1
100 MΩ
4.6 pF
10:1
500 Ω
0.3 pF
20 V (RMS)
±8 V
Probe
Passive probes
R&S®RT-ZP10
400 V (RMS),
300 V (RMS) (CAT II)
400 V (RMS)
300 V (RMS) (CAT II)
600 V (CAT II)
300 V (CAT II)
600 V (CAT IV)
1000 V (CAT III)
3540 V (CAT I)
pre-adjusted for R&S®RTM
pre-adjusted for R&S®RTH
pre-adjusted for R&S®RTH
Passive broadband probes
R&S®RT-ZZ80
8 GHz
Active broadband probes
Single-ended
R&S®RT-ZS10E
1.0 GHz
10:1
1 MΩ
0.8 pF
R&S®RT-ZS10
1.0 GHz
10:1
1 MΩ
0.8 pF
R&S®RT-ZS20
1.5 GHz
10:1
1 MΩ
0.8 pF
R&S®RT-ZS30
3 GHz
10:1
1 MΩ
0.8 pF
R&S®RT-ZS60
6 GHz
10:1
1 MΩ
0.3 pF
R&S®RT-ZD10
1 GHz
10:1
1 MΩ
0.6 pF
R&S®RT-ZD20
1.5 GHz
10:1
1 MΩ
0.6 pF
R&S®RT-ZD30
3 GHz
10:1
1 MΩ
0.6 pF
R&S®RT-ZD40
4.5 GHz
10:1
1 MΩ
0.4 pF
±5 V, ­
with R&S®RT-ZA15:
±70 V DC/
±46 V AC (peak)
±5 V
R&S®ProbeMeter and m
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for instrument control
Differential
R&S®ProbeMeter and m
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for instrument control; R&S®RT-ZA15
­included with the R&S®RT-ZD10
High voltage probes
Single-ended
R&S®RT-ZH10
400 MHz
100:1
50 MΩ
7.5 pF
1 kV (RMS) (CAT II)
R&S®RT-ZH11
400 MHz
1000:1
50 MΩ
7.5 pF
1 kV (RMS) (CAT II)
100 MHz
100:1
1000:1
8 MΩ
3.5 pF
±140 V (100:1),
±1400 V (1000:1),
1 kV (RMS) (CAT III)
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R&S®RT-ZD01
power supply via USB
Current probes
HZO050
100 kHz
HZO051
20 kHz
R&S®RT-ZC05B
2 MHz
R&S®RT-ZC10
10 MHz
0.01 V/A
30 A
battery-operated
1000 A
battery-operated
500 A (RMS)
150 A (RMS)
Rohde & Schwarz probe interface for
probe detection and power supply
power supply via R&S®RT-ZA13
30 A (RMS)
Rohde & Schwarz probe interface for
probe detection and power supply
R&S®RT-ZC10B
R&S®RT-ZC15B
50 MHz
0.1 V/A
R&S®RT-ZC20
100 MHz
power supply via R&S®RT-ZA13
120 MHz
Rohde & Schwarz probe interface for
probe detection and power supply
power supply via R&S®RT-ZA13
R&S®RT-ZC20B
R&S®RT-ZC30
1 V/A
5 A (RMS)
EMC near field probes
R&S®HZ-14
9 kHz to 1 GHz
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30 MHz to 3 GHz –
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passive and active E and H near-field
probe for EMC debugging
E and H near-field probe for EMC
­debugging, 20 dB gain with
R&S®HZ-16
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Oscilloscopes
Probes
Scope series
R&S®HMO
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Isolated passive probes
R&S®RT-ZI10
500 MHz; 10:1
R&S®RT-ZI11
500 MHz; 100:1
Passive broadband probe
R&S®RT-ZZ80
8 GHz
Active probes: single-ended
HZO30
1 GHz
R&S®RT-ZS10E
1 GHz
R&S®RT-ZS10
1 GHz
R&S®RT-ZS20
1.5 GHz
R&S®RT-ZS30
3 GHz
R&S®RT-ZS60
6 GHz
Active probes: differential
HZ109
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1 GHz
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1.5 GHz
R&S®RT-ZD30
3 GHz
R&S®RT-ZD40
4.5 GHz
High-voltage probes: single-ended
HZO20
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EMC near-field probes
R&S®HZ-14
9 kHz to 1 GHz
R&S®HZ-15
30 MHz to 3 GHz
Temperature probe
R&S®HZ812
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Standard delivery. One probe per oscilloscope channel.
Recommended. Available as an option.
Compatible. System bandwidth may be limited on probe or base unit. Manual configuration on oscilloscope may be necessary for compensation.
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R&S®RTE
R&S®RTO
R&S®RTH
2022/4 2032/4 2052/4 2102/4 1022/4 1032/4 1052/4 1102/4 1002/4 1012/4 1022/4 1044 1002/4 1012/4 1022/4 1032/4 1052/4
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
Chapter 4
Signal and ­spectrum
­analyzers
All Rohde & Schwarz signal and spectrum analyzers,
from basic value and handheld models to benchtop
instruments up to 85 GHz, set standards in
accuracy, RF performance and usability. We support
performance-oriented, cost-conscious users during
the development, production, installation and
servicing of RF systems.
For production and monitoring systems, we also
offer specially designed remote controlled ultracompact spectrum analyzers that require minimal
rack space.
New
New
New
New
Type
Designation
Frequency range
Description
Top class
R&S®FSW
Signal and spectrum analyzer
2 Hz to
8/13.6/26.5/43/50/67/85 GHz
Setting standards in RF performance and usability
53
R&S®FSWP
Phase noise analyzer and VCO
tester
1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
High‑end analysis of signal sources and components
54
R&S®FSMR
Measuring receiver
20 Hz to 3.6/26.5/43/50 GHz
Combines the functions of multiple instruments
55
R&S®FSUP
Signal source analyzer
20 Hz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
Phase noise tester, high-end spectrum and signal analyzer
56
General purpose
R&S®FSVR
Realtime spectrum analyzer
10 Hz to 7/13.6/30/40 GHz
Discover the unseen
57
R&S®FSV
Signal and spectrum analyzer
10 Hz to 4/7/13.6/30/40 GHz
Signal analysis at its best
58
R&S®FPS
Signal and spectrum analyzer
10 Hz to 4/7/13.6/30/40 GHz
Compact and fast for automated tests
59
R&S®FSL
Spectrum analyzer
9 kHz to 3/6/18 GHz
Best performance in its class
60
R&S®FSC
Spectrum analyzer
9 kHz to 3/6 GHz
Compact, cost-efficient solution
61
R&S®HMS-X
Spectrum analyzer
100 kHz to 1.6/3 GHz
One base unit, many possibilities
62
Handheld
R&S®FSH3
Handheld spectrum analyzer
100 kHz to 3 GHz
Compact, flexible, professional and economically priced
solutions
63
R&S®FSH
Handheld spectrum analyzer
9 kHz to 3.6/8/13.6/20 GHz
The all-in-one handheld platform
64
R&S®Spectrum
Rider FPH
Handheld spectrum analyzer
5 kHz to 2/3/4 GHz
The quality you expect at an unexpected price
66
40 GHz to 500 GHz
Spectrum analysis in the waveguide bands above 40 GHz
67
Accessories for R&S®FSx analyzers
R&S®FS-Zxx
Harmonic mixers
Application-specific solutions
Application firm­ware/software packages for R&S®Fxx analyzers
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FSW Signal and Spectrum Analyzer
Setting standards in RF performance and usability
The high-performance R&S®FSW signal and spectrum analyzer was developed to meet demanding customer requirements. Offering low phase noise, wide analysis bandwidth
and straightforward and intuitive operation, the analyzer
makes measurements fast and easy.
The R&S®FSW offers up to 2 GHz analysis bandwidth for
measuring wideband-modulated or frequency-agile signals. Currently, signal and spectrum analyzers measure
different standards (GSM, CDMA2000®, WCDMA, LTE)
separately. The R&S®FSW takes analysis to the next level,
providing capability to measure multiple standards simultaneously. Users can quickly and easily detect and eliminate errors caused by interaction between signals.
❙❙ Frequency range from 2 Hz to
8/13.6/26.5/43/50/67/85 GHz
❙❙ Low phase noise of –137 dBc (1 Hz) at 10 kHz offset
(1 GHz carrier)
❙❙ –88 dBc dynamic range (with noise cancellation) for
WCDMA ACLR measurements
❙❙ Up to 2 GHz analysis bandwidth
❙❙ Realtime analysis up to 160 MHz bandwidth
❙❙ < 0.4 dB total measurement uncertainty up to 8 GHz
❙❙ High-resolution 12.1" (31 cm) touchscreen for convenient
operation
❙❙ Multiple measurement applications can be run and
­displayed in parallel
Specifications in brief
Frequency range
2 Hz to 8/13.6/26.5/43/50/67/85 GHz
1 × 10–7/year
Aging of frequency reference
with R&S®FSW-B4 option
3 × 10–8/year
standard filter
1 Hz to 10 MHz (80 MHz with R&S®FSW-B8 option)
RRC filter
18 kHz (NADC), 24.3 kHz (TETRA), 3.84 MHz (3GPP)
channel filter
100 Hz to 5 MHz
video filter
1 Hz to 10 MHz
Bandwidths
Resolution bandwidths
I/Q demodulation bandwidth
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
10 MHz
with R&S®FSW-B28/-B40/-B80/B160/-B320 /-B500/-B2000 options
2 GHz
with R&S®FSW-B13 option
DANL with preamplifier (R&S®FSW-B24 option)
28/40/80/160/320/500/2000 MHz
–156 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
–159 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
8 GHz
–156 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
20 GHz
–150 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
40 GHz
–144 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
8 GHz
–169 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
20 GHz
–166 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
40 GHz
–165 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
DANL with noise cancellation, preamplifier off, 2 GHz
–169 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
Intermodulation
Third-order intercept (TOI)
WCDMA ACLR dynamic range
f < 1 GHz
+30 dBm (typ.)
f < 3 GHz
+25 dBm (typ.)
8 GHz to 26 GHz
+17 dBm
13.6 GHz to 40 GHz
+15 dBm
with noise cancellation
88 dB
500 MHz carrier
–140 dBc (1 Hz) (typ.)
1 GHz carrier
–137 dBc (1 Hz) (typ.)
10 GHz carrier
–128 dBc (1 Hz) (typ.)
8 GHz
0.4 dB
Phase noise
10 kHz offset from carrier
Total measurement uncertainty
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FSWP Phase Noise Analyzer and
VCO Tester
New
High‑end analysis of signal sources and
components
The R&S®FSWP phase noise analyzer and VCO tester combines extremely low‑noise internal sources and cross‑correlation technology, delivering extremely high sensitivity
for phase noise measurements. As a result, it takes just
seconds to measure even highly stable sources such as
those found in radar applications. Additional options such
as pulsed signal measurements, additive phase noise (including pulsed) characterization and integrated high‑end
signal and spectrum analysis make the analyzer a unique
test instrument.
❙❙ Frequency range from 1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
❙❙ High sensitivity for phase noise measurements thanks
to cross‑correlation and extremely low‑noise internal
reference sources
■■ typ. –172 dBc (1 Hz) at 1 GHz carrier frequency and
10 kHz offset
■■ typ. –153 dBc (1 Hz) at 10 GHz carrier frequency and
10 kHz offset
❙❙ Simultaneous measurement of amplitude noise and
phase noise
❙❙ Measurement of phase noise on pulsed sources at the
push of a button
❙❙ Internal source for measuring additive phase noise,
including on pulsed signals
❙❙ Signal and spectrum analyzer and phase noise analyzer in
a single box
■■ High‑end signal and spectrum analyzer, 10 Hz to
8/26.5/50 GHz
■■ Wide dynamic range thanks to low displayed average
noise level (DANL) of –156 dBm (1 Hz) (without noise
cancellation) and high TOI of typ. 25 dBm
■■ 80 MHz signal analysis bandwidth
■■ Total measurement uncertainty: < 0.2 dB up to 3.6 GHz,
< 0.3 dB up to 8 GHz
■■ Touchscreen operation
■■ Large 12.1" display for simultaneous viewing of multiple
measurement windows
■■ Various measurement applications can be run and
displayed in parallel
❙❙ High measurement speed
❙❙ Low‑noise internal DC sources for VCO characterization
Base unit
Frequency
Frequency range, RF input
Phase noise, amplitude noise measurement
R&S®FSWP8/FSWP26/FSWP50
1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
input signal ≤ 1 GHz
SSB phase noise, spurious signals, integrated RMS
phase deviation, residual FM, time jitter
10 mHz to 30 % of carrier frequency
input signal > 1 GHz
10 mHz to 300 MHz
Phase noise measurement
Measurement results
Offset frequency range
Phase noise sensitivity with R&S®FSWP-B60 option (no. of correlations = 1, start offset = 1 Hz)
RF input
frequency
Offset from carrier, values in dBc (1 Hz)
1 Hz
10 Hz
100 Hz
1 kHz
10 kHz
100 kHz
1 MHz
10 MHz
≥ 30 MHz
10 MHz
–96
–128
–140
–160
–173
–174
–175
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– 100 MHz
–76
–108
–136
–160
–170
–173
–175
–175
–175
1 GHz
–56
–88
–116
–140
–166
–173
–173
–173
–173
3 GHz
–46
–78
–106
–130
–156
–158
–163
–170
–170
7 GHz
–39
–71
–99
–135
–152
–153
–157
–166
–166
10 GHz
–36
–68
–96
–128
–147
–150
–155
–173
–173
16 GHz
–32
–64
–92
–124
–143
–146
–151
–170
–170
26 GHz
–28
–60
–88
–120
–139
–142
–147
–166
–166
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R&S®FSMR Measuring Receiver
❙❙ Audio analyzer with total harmonic distortion (THD) and
SINAD measurement functionality
❙❙ Power meter for connecting R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensors
❙❙ High level linearity of 0.005 dB per 10 dB step for ­precise
level and attenuation ­calibration
❙❙ Wide level measurement range from +30 dBm to
–130 dBm
❙❙ Measurement of modulation depth, frequency deviation
and phase deviation with < 1 % measurement uncertainty
❙❙ Fast RF frequency counter with 0.01 Hz resolution
❙❙ Separate audio input
Combines the functions of multiple instruments
Level calibration – precise, repeatable and easy
The R&S®FSMR measuring receiver has been ­specially
­designed to handle the measurement tasks involved in
the calibration of signal generators and fixed or adjustable
­attenuators.
❙❙ Exceptionally high linearity and level stability across
an extended time and temperature range enable high-­
precision measurements across a longer period of time
❙❙ Automatic VSWR correction when a power sensor with a
power splitter is used
❙❙ Traceability to national standards, R&S®FSMR-Z2
­attenuation calibration kit for verifying the linearity of the
R&S®FSMR
❙❙ High-end spectrum analyzer
❙❙ High-precision level calibration tool
❙❙ Modulation analyzer for AM/FM/φM
Specifications in brief
¸FSMR3
¸FSMR26
¸FSMR43
¸FSMR50
20 Hz to 3.6 GHz
20 Hz to 26.5 GHz
20 Hz to 43 GHz
20 Hz to 50 GHz
Modulation depth
0 % to 100 %
0 % to 100 %
0 % to 100 %
0 % to 100 %
Modulation frequency
10 Hz to 100 kHz
10 Hz to 100 kHz
10 Hz to 100 kHz
10 Hz to 100 kHz
Inherent distortion
0.3 %
0.3 %
0.3 %
0.3 %
Frequency deviation
max. 500 kHz
max. 500 kHz
max. 500 kHz
max. 500 kHz
Modulation frequency
10 Hz to 200 kHz
10 Hz to 200 kHz
10 Hz to 200 kHz
10 Hz to 200 kHz
Phase deviation
max. 10 000 rad
max. 10 000 rad
max. 10 000 rad
max. 10 000 rad
Modulation frequency
10 Hz to 100 kHz
10 Hz to 100 kHz
10 Hz to 100 kHz
10 Hz to 100 kHz
Frequency range
AM modulation measurements
FM modulation measurements
φM modulation measurements
Audio measurements
Frequency range, level ranges
DC, 20 Hz to 1 MHz, 0.4 V, 4 V
DC, 20 Hz to 1 MHz, 0.4 V, 4 V
Frequency range
20 Hz to 3.6 GHz
20 Hz to 43 GHz
Resolution bandwidths
10 Hz to 50 MHz; FFT filters: 1 Hz to 30 kHz; channel filters; EMI bandwidths
Video bandwidth
1 Hz to 10 MHz
1 Hz to 10 MHz
1 Hz to 10 MHz
1 Hz to 10 MHz
1 GHz
–158 dBm (typ.)
–156 dBm (typ.)
–156 dBm (typ.)
–156 dBm (typ.)
26 GHz
–
–151 dB (typ.)
–151 dBm (typ.)
–151 dBm (typ.)
43 GHz
–
–
–140 dBm (typ.)
–140 dBm (typ.)
50 GHz
–
–
–
–133 dBm (typ.)
Spectrum analyzer
20 Hz to 26.5 GHz
20 Hz to 50 GHz
Displayed average noise level (RBW 10 Hz)
Trace detectors
max./min. peak, auto peak, sample, RMS, average, quasi-peak
Phase noise
–123 dBc (1 Hz) (typ.) at 10 kHz from carrier
–123 dBc (1 Hz) (typ.) at 10 kHz from carrier
Span >10 Hz
2.5 ms to 16 000 s
2.5 ms to 16 000 s
2.5 ms to 16 000 s
2.5 ms to 16 000 s
Span = 0 Hz (zero span)
1 µs to 16 000 s
1 µs to 16 000 s
1 µs to 16 000 s
1 µs to 16 000 s
f < 3.6 GHz
110 dB (typ.)
110 dB (typ.)
110 dB (typ.)
110 dB (typ.)
f > 3.6 GHz
–
0 dB
0 dB
0 dB
f > 3.6 GHz, with ¸FSMR-B2 option
–
100 dB (typ.)
100 dB (typ.)
100 dB (typ.)
Sweep time
Image frequency rejection
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R&S®FSUP Signal Source Analyzer
Phase noise tester, high-end spectrum and signal
analyzer in a single box
The R&S®FSUP combines the functionality of a high-end
spectrum and signal analyzer with the advantages of a
pure phase noise tester. The instrument is a unique and
easy-to-use single-box solution for measuring oscillators
and synthesizers in development and production applications. In addition, it leads to enormous cost reductions.
One of the primary tasks in developing transmit and receive modules is to measure oscillator phase noise. This is
necessary not only in the development and production of
state-of-the-art communications and broadcast systems,
but also in special high-tech applications such as radar.
Apart from phase noise, other parameters that need to be
measured when characterizing oscillators include tuning
slope, transient response, power, harmonics and spurious emissions. Amplifier noise is of significant interest as
well. All of these measurements can be carried out with
the R&S®FSUP, the only signal source analyzer that covers
the frequencies up to the microwave range in a single box.
The R&S®FSUP also features very-low-noise DC sources to
enable a wide range of measurements.
❙❙ Frequency range up to 8/26.5/50 GHz
❙❙ Up to 110 GHz with external mixers
❙❙ Low-noise DC outputs for supply and tuning voltages
❙❙ Maximum flexibility for phase noise measurements
❙❙ Noise figure and gain measurements
❙❙ Oscillator characterization
❙❙ Analysis of digital and analog modulated signals
Specifications in brief
Operating modes
signal source analyzer
1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
spectrum analyzer
20 Hz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
with spectrum analyzer
10 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
with phase comparator
1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
Signal source analyzer
Phase noise measurement
Transients measurement
Residual noise
internal reference
1 MHz to 8/26.5/50 GHz
external reference
1 MHz to 8 GHz
with phase comparator and cross-correlation
1 MHz to 8/26/50 GHz
min. frequency offset
10 mHz
max. frequency offset
30 MHz
with phase comparator
1 MHz to 8 GHz 1)
AM noise
see diode data sheet
If the internal phase detector is used.
1)
Sensitivity (typical values)
Sensitivity with internal reference and internal phase detector.
Input level > +10 dBm, spurious and harmonics < –30 dBc, mode “averaged”, +20 °C to +30 °C. LNA gain 40 dB, loop bandwidth ≤ 10 × frequency
­offset, max. 1 kHz. With the R&S®FSUP-B60 low phase noise option and the R&S®FSUP-B61 correlation extension option.
Frequency
Input frequency, values in dBc (1 Hz)
offset
R&S®FSUP8/26/50
R&S®FSUP26/50
R&S®FSUP50
5 MHz
10 MHz
100 MHz
1 GHz
3 GHz
7 GHz
10 GHz
20 GHz
40 GHz
1 Hz
–114
–116
–87
–75
–62
–55
–52
–48
–42
10 Hz
–136
–135
–110
–91
–87
–80
–77
–71
–65
100 Hz
–143
–146
–134
–115
–106
–97
–95
–89
–83
1 kHz
–157
–161
–160
–134
–123
–118
–116
–112
–106
10 kHz
–165
–168
–168
–143
–131
–129
–126
–120
–114
100 kHz
–171
–170
–176
–158
–139
–140
–138
–132
–126
1 MHz
–
–175
–177
–165
–160
–155
–150
–146
–140
10 MHz
–
–
–179
–172
–170
–170
–167
–161
–155
30 MHz
–
–
–179
–172
–170
–170
–170
–165
–159
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R&S®FSVR Realtime Spectrum Analyzer
Discover the unseen
The R&S®FSVR combines a full-featured signal and spectrum analyzer with a realtime spectrum analyzer. Therefore, it provides all the capabilities and features that modern T&M instruments of this kind have to offer.
In realtime operation, the R&S®FSVR seamlessly measures
and displays the spectrum in the time domain with a span
of up to 40 MHz. As a result, it captures every event for
analysis, no matter how brief that event might be.
❙❙ Frequency range from 10 Hz to 7/13.6/30/40 GHz
❙❙ 40 MHz realtime analysis bandwidth for
■■ spectrum with persistence function
■■ spectrogram display
■■ display of power versus time
❙❙ Triggering on frequency masks
❙❙ Full-featured signal and spectrum analyzer with
­analysis software for GSM/EDGE, WCDMA/HSPA+,
LTE, WiMAX™, WLAN, analog and digital modulation
­methods, noise figure and phase noise measurements
❙❙ Exchangeable hard disk for applications that involve the
use of confidential data
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
Aging of frequency reference
10 Hz to 7/13.6/30/40 GHz
without/with R&S®FSV-B4 option
1 × 10–6/1 × 10–7
Realtime spectrum analyzer
Realtime RF bandwidth
100 Hz to 40 MHz
A/D converter
128 Msample/s, 16 bit
Windowing
Blackman Harris, Gauss, flat top, rectangular, Hanning, Kaiser
Measurement points per trace
801
Resolution bandwidth
realtime RF bandwidth/(100 to 400), depending on windowing
Number of spectra per second
250 000/s
Spectrogram update rate
10 000/s
Screen update rate
30/s
Detectors
average (linear or RMS), max./min. peak, sample
Trace functions
max. hold, min. hold, average
FMT
Frequency resolution
realtime bandwidth/801
Trigger span
realtime RF bandwidth
Dynamic range
0 dB to –80 dB below reference level
Spectrum analyzer
Resolution bandwidths
frequency domain
1 Hz to 10 MHz
zero span
1 Hz to 10/20/40 MHz
channel filter
100 Hz to 5 MHz
Video filter
1 Hz to 10/20/28/40 MHz
I/Q demodulation bandwidth
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
With R&S®FSV-B22/-B24 preamplifier
–152 dBm (1 Hz)/–150 dBm
1 GHz/30 GHz
–163 dBm/–162 dBm
TOI
f < 3.6 GHz
16 dBm
Dynamic range (WCDMA ACLR)
without/with noise compensation
70 dB/73 dB
Phase noise (1 GHz carrier frequency)
10 kHz offset from carrier
–106 dBc (1 Hz)
100 kHz offset from carrier
–115 dBc (1 Hz)
1 MHz offset from carrier
–134 dBc (1 Hz)
f < 7 GHz
0.4 dB
Total measurement uncertainty
40 MHz
1 GHz/30 GHz
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R&S®FSV Signal and Spectrum Analyzer
Signal analysis at its best
The R&S®FSV is an exceptionally fast and versatile signal
and spectrum analyzer for performance-oriented, costconscious users working in the ­development, production,
installation and servicing of RF systems.
❙❙ Frequency range up to 4/7/13.6/30/40 GHz
❙❙ Up to 160 MHz signal analysis bandwidth
❙❙ 0.4 dB level measurement uncertainty up to 7 GHz
❙❙ Measurement applications for GSM/EDGE (including
EDGE Evolution), WCDMA/HSPA+, LTE, WiMAX™,
WLAN, CDMA2000®, 1xEV-DO, vector signal analysis
❙❙ Easy on-site upgrading with options
❙❙ –110 dBc (1 Hz) phase noise at 10 kHz frequency offset
❙❙ +15 dBm third-order intercept (TOI)
❙❙ Displayed average noise level (DANL) in 1 Hz bandwidth:
–155 dBm at 1 GHz, –147 dBm at 30 GHz,
with R&S®FSV-B24 preamplifier: –162 dBm at 30 GHz
❙❙ Removable hard drive for applications where security is a
concern
❙❙ Frequency range up to 110 GHz with the R&S®FSV-B21
­option integrated into the R&S®FSV30/40 and the
R&S®FS-Z60/-Z75/-Z90/-Z110/-Z140/-Z170/-Z220/
-Z325/-Z500/ harmonic mixers
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
10 Hz to 4/7/13.6/30/40 GHz
Aging of frequency reference
without/with R&S®FSV-B4 option
1 × 10–6/1 × 10–7
Resolution bandwidths
frequency domain
1 Hz to 10 MHz
zero span
1 Hz to 10/20/28 MHz 1), optionally 40 MHz
channel filter
Video filter
Signal analysis bandwidth
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
(1 Hz bandwidth)
100 Hz to 5 MHz
1 Hz to 10/20/28 MHz, 40 MHz 1)
28 MHz 1)
with R&S®FSV-B70/-B160 options
40 MHz 2)/160 MHz 3)
1 GHz/1 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FSV-B22)
–152 dBm, –155 dBm (typ.)/–162 dBm, –165 dBm (typ.)
3 GHz/3 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FSV-B22)
–150 dBm, –153 dBm (typ.)/–160 dBm, –163 dBm (typ.)
7 GHz/7 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FSV-B22)
–146 dBm, –149 dBm (typ.)/–156 dBm, –159 dBm (typ.)
13 GHz/10 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FSV-B24) –148 dBm, –151 dBm (typ.)/–164 dBm, –167 dBm (typ.)
30 GHz/30 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FSV-B24) –144 dBm, –147 dBm (typ.)/–159 dBm, –162 dBm (typ.)
40 GHz/40 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FSV-B24) –136 dBm, –139 dBm (typ.)/–154 dBm, –156 dBm (typ.)
Third-order intercept (TOI)
f < 3.6 GHz/3.6 GHz to 30 GHz
+13 dBm, +16 dBm (typ.)/+15 dBm, +18 dBm (typ.)
Dynamic range (WCDMA ACLR)
without/with noise compensation
70 dB/73 dB
10 kHz offset from carrier
–106 dBc (1 Hz), –110 dBc (1 Hz) (typ.)
100 kHz offset from carrier
–115 dBc (1 Hz)
1 MHz offset from carrier
–134 dBc (1 Hz)
3.6 GHz/7 GHz
0.29 dB/0.39 dB
R&S®FSV4
100 kHz to 3.6 GHz
R&S®FSV7/13/30/40
100 kHz to 7 GHz
Phase noise
1 GHz carrier frequency
Total measurement uncertainty
R&S®FSV-B9 tracking generator
Frequency range
Frequency offset
R&S®FSV40 (1307.9002K39): max. bandwidth 10 MHz.
Not for the R&S®FSV40 (1307.9002.39).
3)
The R&S®FSV30 and R&S®FSV40 support the R&S®FSV-B160 option only up to 7 GHz.
1)
2)
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up to 1 GHz
Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FPS Signal and Spectrum Analyzer
Compact and fast for automated tests
The R&S®FPS is an exceptionally fast and compact signal
and spectrum analyzer for performance oriented users. In
production and in monitoring systems, only 2 HU of rack
space are required – a reduction of 50 % compared with
traditional instruments.
Key facts
❙❙ Frequency range up to 4/7/13.6/30/40 GHz
❙❙ Up to 160 MHz signal analysis bandwidth
❙❙ 0.4 dB level measurement uncertainty up to 7 GHz
❙❙ Measurement applications for GSM/EDGE (including
EDGE Evolution), WCDMA/HSPA+, LTE, WLAN, vector
signal analysis
❙❙ –110 dBc (1 Hz) phase noise at 10 kHz frequency offset
❙❙ +15 dBm third-order intercept (TOI)
❙❙ –155 dBm displayed average noise level (DANL) at 1 GHz
in 1 Hz bandwidth
❙❙ Removable hard disk for applications where security is a
concern
High throughput for efficient production
❙❙ Up to five times faster than other signal and spectrum
analyzers
❙❙ Fast switchover between instrument setups
❙❙ Fast and accurate measurement results
❙❙ Reduced volume in test racks
❙❙ Customized test routines for production applications
❙❙ Efficient operation via remote control
Ready for tomorrow’s standards
❙❙ Fully digital backend ensures high measurement
accuracy and excellent repeatability
❙❙ 160 MHz signal analysis bandwidth, suitable for WLAN
IEEE 802.11ac
❙❙ Easy transition to the next generation in signal analysis
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
R&S®FPS4/7/13/30/40
10 Hz to 4/7/13.6/30/40 GHz
Aging of frequency reference
without/with R&S®FPS-B4 option
1 × 10–6/1 × 10–7
Resolution bandwidths
standard sweep
1 Hz to 10 MHz
standard sweep, zero span
1 Hz to 10/20/28 MHz, optionally 40 MHz
Signal analysis bandwidth
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
(1 Hz bandwidth)
28 MHz with R&S®FPS-B40 option
40 MHz with R&S®FPS-B160 option
160 MHz
1 GHz
–152 dBm, –155 dBm (typ.)
3 GHz
–150 dBm, –153 dBm (typ.)
7 GHz
–146 dBm, –149 dBm (typ.)
13 GHz
–148 dBm, –151 dBm (typ.)
30 GHz
–144 dBm, –147 dBm (typ.)
1 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FPS-B22)
–162 dBm, –165 dBm (typ.)
3 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FPS-B22)
–160 dBm, –163 dBm (typ.)
7 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FPS-B22)
–156 dBm, –159 dBm (typ.)
10 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FPS-B24)
–164 dBm, –167 dBm (typ.)
30 GHz with preamplifier (R&S®FPS-B24)
–159 dBm, –161 dBm (typ.)
f < 3.6 GHz
+13 dBm, +16 dBm (typ.)
3.6 GHz to 30 GHz
+15 dBm, +18 dBm (typ.)
without noise compensation
70 dB
with noise compensation
73 dB
10 kHz offset from carrier
–106 dBc (1 Hz), –110 dBc (1 Hz) (typ.)
100 kHz offset from carrier
–115 dBc (1 Hz)
1 MHz offset from carrier
–134 dBc (1 Hz)
3.6 GHz/7 GHz/13.6 GHz/30 GHz
0.28 dB/0.39 dB/1 dB/1.32 dB
Intermodulation
Third-order intercept (TOI)
Dynamic range (WCDMA ACLR)
Phase noise
1 GHz carrier frequency
Total measurement uncertainty
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R&S®FSL Spectrum Analyzer
The R&S®FSL is the only instrument in its class that features a tracking generator up to 18 GHz and can analyze
signals with a bandwidth of 28 MHz. In addition, the
R&S®FSL18, which operates at frequencies up to 18 GHz,
supports applications in the ­microwave range.
Best performance in its class
The R&S®FSL is an extremely lightweight, compact spectrum analyzer that is ideal for a large number of applications in development, service and ­production. Though
compact, it offers a wealth of functions more typical of the
high-end range, ensuring an excellent price/performance
ratio.
❙❙ Frequency range from 9 kHz to 3/6/18 GHz
❙❙ All models with and without tracking generator
❙❙ Best RF characteristics in its class
❙❙ Largest signal analysis bandwidth in its class (28 MHz)
❙❙ Low measurement uncertainty, even in microwave range
❙❙ High resolution filter accuracy owing to all-digital
­implementation
❙❙ Robust and compact
❙❙ Carrying handle and low weight (< 8 kg (18 lb))
❙❙ Optional battery operation
❙❙ Wide range of functions, simple operation
❙❙ Easy on-site upgrading with options
Specifications in brief
Frequency range
R&S®FSL3,
model .03
9 kHz to 3 GHz
Frequency accuracy
1 × ​10​–6​
With R&S®FSL-B4, OCXO
1 × ​10​–7​
R&S®FSL3,
model .13
9 kHz to 3 GHz
R&S®FSL6,
model .06
9 kHz to 6 GHz
R&S®FSL6,
model .16
9 kHz to 6 GHz
R&S®FSL18
R&S®FSL18
model .18
model .28
9 kHz to 18 GHz (20 GHz in overrange)
standard with the R&S®FSL18
Resolution bandwidths
Standard
300 Hz to 10 MHz in 1/3 sequence, zero span additionally 20 MHz
With R&S®FSL-B7
10 Hz to 10 MHz in 1/3 sequence, additionally 1 Hz (FFT filter)
Video bandwidths
10 Hz to 10 MHz
Signal analysis bandwidth
28 MHz
Phase noise
–103 dBc (1 Hz) (typ.) at 10 kHz from carrier, 1 GHz
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
With 300 Hz RBW
–117 dBm (typ.)
With 1 Hz FFT RBW and
­preamplifier (R&S®FSL-B7,
R&S®FSL-B22 options)
Third-order intercept (TOI)
500 MHz: –162 dBm (typ.),
3 GHz: –158 dBm (typ.)
Detectors
pos./neg. peak, auto peak, RMS, quasi-peak, average, sample
+18 dBm (typ.)
Level measurement uncertainty < 0.5 dB (30 kHz ≤ f ≤ 3 GHz), < 0.8 dB (3 GHz < f ≤ 6 GHz), < 1.2 dB (6 GHz < f ≤ 18 GHz)
Tracking generator
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
Frequency range
–
1 MHz to 3 GHz
–
1 MHz to 6 GHz
–
10 MHz to 18 GHz
Output level
–
–20 dBm to 0 dBm –
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–20 dBm to 0 dBm –
–30 dBm to –10 dBm
Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FSC Spectrum Analyzer
Compact, cost-efficient solution
The R&S®FSC is a compact, cost-efficient solution that offers all essential features of a professional spectrum analyzer with Rohde & Schwarz quality. It covers a wide range
of applications from simple development tasks to production, or can be used for training RF professionals. Moreover, it is ideal for applications in service or maintenance.
The R&S®FSC features a wealth of functions for simplifying
and speeding up the development and testing of RF products. Its good RF characteristics and its high measurement
accuracy help ensure reliable and reproducible measurement results.
❙❙ Frequency range from 9 kHz to 3 GHz or 6 GHz
❙❙ Resolution bandwidths from 10 Hz to 3 MHz
❙❙ High sensitivity < –141 dBm (1 Hz), with optional
preamplifier < –161 dBm (1 Hz )
❙❙ High third-order intercept > 10 dBm, 15 dBm (typ.)
❙❙ Low measurement uncertainty < 1 dB
❙❙ Precise power measurement with external R&S®NRP-Zxx
USB power sensors
❙❙ Internal tracking generator (models .13/.16)
❙❙ Storage of measurement results on USB flash drive
❙❙ LAN and USB interface for remote control and
transfer of measurement data
❙❙ R&S®FSCView software for simple documentation
of measurement results
❙❙ Compact dimensions, low power consumption of 12 W
Specifications in brief
R&S®FSC3
R&S®FSC6
Frequency range
9 kHz to 3 GHz
9 kHz to 6 GHz
Resolution bandwidth
10 Hz to 3 MHz
Displayed average noise level
without preamplifier, RBW = 1 Hz
10 MHz to 2 GHz
< –141 dBm, –146 dBm (typ.)
2 GHz to 3 GHz
< –138 dBm, –143 dBm (typ.)
3 GHz to 3.6 GHz
–
< –138 dBm, –143 dBm (typ.)
3.6 GHz to 5 GHz
–
< –142 dBm, –146 dBm (typ.)
5 GHz to 6 GHz
–
< –140 dBm, –144 dBm (typ.)
with R&S®FSC-B22 preamplifier option, RBW = 1 Hz
10 MHz to 1 GHz
< –161 dBm, –165 dBm (typ.)
1 GHz to 2 GHz
< –159 dBm, –163 dBm (typ.)
2 GHz to 3 GHz
< –155 dBm, –159 dBm (typ.)
3 GHz to 5 GHz
–
< –155 dBm, –159 dBm (typ.)
5 GHz to 6 GHz
–
< –151 dBm, –155 dBm (typ.)
TOI
1 GHz frequency
Phase noise
500 MHz frequency
30 kHz carrier offset
< –95 dBc (1 Hz)
100 kHz carrier offset
< –100 dBc (1 Hz)
1 MHz carrier offset
< –120 dBc (1 Hz)
Detectors
Level measurement uncertainty
15 dBm (typ.)
sample, max./min. peak, auto peak, RMS
10 MHz < f ≤ 3 GHz
< 1 dB, 0.5 dB (typ.)
3 GHz < f < 3.6 GHz
–
< 1 dB, 0.5 dB (typ.)
3.6 GHz < f ≤ 6 GHz
–
< 1.5 dB, 1 dB (typ.)
Frequency range
100 kHz to 3 GHz
100 kHz to 6 GHz
Output power
0 dBm (nom.)
Tracking generator (models .13/.16)
Dynamic range (transmission)
Display
100 kHz < f < 300 kHz
> 60 dB, 80 dB (typ.)
300 kHz < f < 3 GHz
> 70 dB, 90 dB (typ.)
3 GHz < f < 6 GHz
–
> 70 dB, 90 dB (typ.)
5.7" (14.5 cm) color LCD with VGA resolution
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R&S®HMS-X Spectrum ­Analyzer
New
One base unit, many possibilities
❙❙ Frequency range: 100 kHz to 1.6 GHz/3 GHz 1)
❙❙ Spectral purity: > –100 dBc (1 Hz) (at 100 kHz)
❙❙ Sweep: 20 ms to 1000 s
❙❙ Detectors: auto/min./max. peak, sample, RMS, average,
quasi-peak 2)
❙❙ Various markers/delta markers and peak functions
❙❙ Tracking generator 3)
■■ Frequency range: 5 MHz to 1.6 GHz/3 GHz 1)
■■ Output level: –20 dBm to 0 dBm
❙❙ Direct export of data to USB flash drive,
RS-232/USB dual interface for remote control
❙❙ Fanless design and fast boot time
Specifications in brief
Frequency range
Spectral purity, SSB phase noise
Resolution bandwidths
Third order intercept (TOI)
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
base unit
with HMS-3G (HV212) option
30 kHz from carrier (500 MHz, +20 °C to +30 °C)
100 kHz from carrier (500 MHz, +20 °C to +30 °C)
1 MHz from carrier (500 MHz, +20 °C to +30 °C)
base unit
with HMS-EMC (HV213) option, –3 dB
with HMS-EMC (HV213) option, –6 dB
RBW 10 kHz, VBW 1 kHz, ref. level ≤–30 dBm,
10 MHz to 1.6 GHz/3 GHz 1)
RBW 100 Hz, VBW 10 Hz, ref. level ≤–30 dBm,
10 MHz to 1.6 GHz/3 GHz 1)
preamplifier 1) deactivated
Detectors
Level measurement uncertainty
Output tracking generator 3)
Output impedance
Frequency range
Output level
Display
connector
TFT color VGA display
With HMS-3G (HV212) option.
With HMS-EMC (HV213) option.
3)
With HMS-TG (HV211) option.
1)
2)
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100 kHz to 1.6 GHz
100 kHz to 3 GHz
≤ –85 dBc/Hz 2)
≤ –100 dBc/Hz
≤ –120 dBc/Hz
10 kHz to 1 MHz, 200 kHz
100 Hz to 1 MHz, 200 kHz
200 Hz, 9 kHz, 120 kHz, 1 MHz
typ. +13 dbm
–95 dBm, typ. –104 dBm
–115 dBm 2), typ. –135 dBm 2)
typ. –124 dBm 2)
sample, max./min. peak, auto peak, RMS,
­average, quasi-peak 2)
<1.5 dB, typ. 0.5 dB
N socket
50 Ω
5 MHz to 1.6 GHz/3 GHz 1)
–20 dBm to 0 dBm, in 1-dB steps
16.5 cm (6.5")
Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FSH3 Handheld Spectrum ­Analyzer
Compact, flexible, professional and economically
priced solution
The R&S®FSH3 is a rugged, handheld spectrum analyzer
designed for measurement tasks in the field. The functionality of the analyzer matches that of conventional lab
­instruments.
❙❙ Frequency range up to 3 GHz
❙❙ Easy operation, low weight and rugged design for
field use
❙❙ Channel power measurements, burst power
­measurements in time domain
❙❙ RMS detector
❙❙ Quasi-peak detector
❙❙ AM/FM audio demodulator
❙❙ Field strength measurements with directional and
­isotropic antenna
❙❙ Receiver mode
❙❙ Terminating power sensors up to 4 GHz
❙❙ Directional power sensors up to 4 GHz
❙❙ Test system for EMF measurements (R&S®TS-EMF)
❙❙ Easy data transfer to PC
❙❙ Up to four hours battery operating time
Specifications in brief
Frequency range
100 kHz to 3 GHz
Resolution bandwidths
100 Hz to 1 MHz
Video bandwidths
10 Hz to 1 MHz
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
–135 dBm (100 Hz) (typ.)
TOI
13 dBm (typ.)
SSB phase noise at 100 kHz carrier offset
< –100 dBc (1 Hz)
Detectors
sample, max./min. peak, auto peak, RMS, average, quasi-peak
Level measurement uncertainty
< 1.5 dB, 0.5 dB (typ.)
Dimensions
170 mm × 120 mm × 270 mm (6.7 in × 4.2 in × 10.6 in)
Weight
2.5 kg (5.5 lb)
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FSH Handheld Spectrum A
­ nalyzer
The all-in-one handheld platform
The R&S®FSH is a handheld spectrum analyzer, cable and
antenna tester, vector network analyzer, modulation analyzer, interference analyzer and power meter in a single device. Its ruggedized housing, low weight and easy operation make it indispensable for outdoor work.
❙❙ Frequency range from 9 kHz to 3.6/8/13.6/20 GHz
❙❙ High sensitivity (< –141 dBm (1 Hz),
with preamplifier < –161 dBm (1 Hz)
❙❙ 20 MHz demodulation bandwidth for analyzing
LTE signals
❙❙ Low measurement uncertainty (< 1 dB)
❙❙ Measurement functions for all important measurement
tasks related to the startup and maintenance of
transmitter systems
❙❙ Internal tracking generator and VSWR bridge with built-in
DC voltage supply (bias)
❙❙ Two-port network analyzer
❙❙ Rugged, splash-proof housing for rough work in the field
❙❙ Easy handling due to low weight (3 kg with battery) and
easy-to-reach function keys
❙❙ Easy operation thanks to user configurable, automatic
test sequences (wizard)
Spectrum analysis
Frequency range
models .04/.14/.08/.18/
.13/.23/.20/.30
models .24/.28
Resolution bandwidths
Displayed average noise
level (DANL)
R&S®FSH4
R&S®FSH8
R&S®FSH13
R&S®FSH20
9 kHz to 3.6 GHz
9 kHz to 8 GHz
9 kHz to 13.6 GHz
9 kHz to 20 GHz
100 kHz to 3.6 GHz
100 kHz to 8 GHz
–
–
1 Hz to 3 MHz
without preamplifier, RBW = 1 Hz (normalized)
9 kHz to 100 kHz
< –108 dBm, –118 dBm typ.
(models .04/.14/.08/.18 only)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
< –115 dBm, –125 dBm typ.
1 MHz to 10 MHz
< –136 dBm, –144 dBm typ.
10 MHz to 2 GHz
< –141 dBm, –146 dBm typ.
2 GHz to 3.6 GHz
< –138 dBm, –143 dBm typ.
< –96 dBm, –106 dBm typ.
3.6 GHz to 5 GHz
–
< –142 dBm, –146 dBm typ.
5 GHz to 6.5 GHz
–
< –140 dBm, –144 dBm typ.
6.5 GHz to 13.6 GHz
–
< –136 dBm, –141 dBm typ.
13.6 GHz to 18 GHz
–
–
–
18 GHz to 20 GHz
–
–
–
< –134 dBm,
–139 dBm typ.
< –130 dBm,
–135 dBm typ.
with preamplifier, RBW = 1 Hz (normalized)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
< –133 dBm, –143 dBm typ.
–
1 MHz to 10 MHz
< –157 dBm, –161 dBm typ.
< –155 dBm, –160 dBm typ.
10 MHz to 2 GHz
< –161 dBm, –165 dBm typ.
–
2 GHz to 3.6 GHz
< –159 dBm, –163 dBm typ.
–
3.6 GHz to 5 GHz
–
< –155 dBm, –159 dBm typ.
5 GHz to 6.5 GHz
–
< –151 dBm, –155 dBm typ.
6.5 GHz to 8 GHz
–
< –147 dBm, –150 dBm typ.
8 GHz to 13.6 GHz
–
–
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< –158 dBm, –162 dBm typ.
Signal and spectrum analyzers
Spectrum analysis
R&S®FSH4
R&S®FSH8
R&S®FSH13
13.6 GHz to 18 GHz
–
–
< –155 dBm, –160 dBm typ.
18 GHz to 20 GHz
–
–
–
Third-order intercept (IP3) 300 MHz to 3.6 GHz
3.6 GHz to 20 GHz
Phase noise
> 10 dBm, +15 dBm typ.
–
> 3 dBm, +10 dBm typ.
30 kHz carrier offset
< –95 dBc (1 Hz), –105 dBc (1 Hz) typ.
100 kHz carrier offset
< –100 dBc (1 Hz), –110 dBc (1 Hz) typ.
1 MHz carrier offset
< –120 dBc (1 Hz), –127 dBc (1 Hz) typ.
4
sample, max. peak, min. peak, auto peak, RMS
10 MHz < f ≤ 3.6 GHz
3.6 GHz < f ≤ 20 GHz
Display
Battery operating time
(without tracking
generator)
< –150 dBm,
–155 dBm typ.
frequency 500 MHz
Detectors
Level measurement
uncertainty
R&S®FSH20
< 1 dB, typ. 0.5 dB
–
< 1.5 dB, 1 dB typ.
6.5" color LCD with VGA resolution
R&S®HA-Z204, 4.5 Ah
up to 3 h
R&S®HA-Z206, 6.75 Ah
up to 4.5 h
Dimensions (W × H × D)
194 mm × 300 mm × 69 mm (144 mm) 1)
7.6 in × 11.8 in × 2.7 in (5.7 in) 3 kg (6.6 lb)
Weight
With carrying handle.
1)
Vector network analysis 1)/vector voltmeter 2)
Frequency range
models .24/.28/.23/.30
R&S®FSH4
R&S®FSH8
R&S®FSH13/20
300 kHz to 3.6 GHz
300 kHz to 8 GHz
100 kHz to 8 GHz
Output power (port 1)
0 dBm to –40 dBm
–
Output power (port 2)
0 dBm to –40 dBm
0 dBm to –40 dBm
Reflection measurements (S11, S22)
Directivity
Display modes
300 kHz to 3 GHz
> 43 dB nominal
> 43 dB nominal
> 43 dB nominal 3)
3 GHz to 3.6 GHz
> 37 dB nominal
> 37 dB nominal
> 37 dB nominal 3)
3.6 GHz to 6 GHz
–
> 37 dB nominal
> 37 dB nominal 3)
6 GHz to 8 GHz
–
> 31 dB nominal
> 31 dB nominal 3)
vector reflection and transmission measurement
(R&S®FSH-K42)
vector voltmeter
(R&S®FSH-K45)
magnitude, phase, magnitude + phase, Smith chart, VSWR, reflection c
­ oefficient, mρ,
one-port cable loss, electrical length, group delay
100 kHz to 300 kHz
70 dB typ.
70 dB typ.
–
300 kHz to 3.6 GHz
> 70 dB, 90 dB typ.
> 70 dB, 90 dB typ.
–
3.6 GHz to 6 GHz
–
> 70 dB, 90 dB typ.
–
6 GHz to 8 GHz
–
50 dB typ.
–
100 kHz to 300 kHz
80 dB typ.
typ. 80 dB
typ. 80 dB
300 kHz to 3.6 GHz
> 80 dB, 100 dB typ.
> 80 dB, 100 dB typ.
> 80 dB, 100 dB typ.
3.6 GHz to 6 GHz
–
> 80 dB, 100 dB typ.
> 80 dB, 100 dB typ.
6 GHz to 8 GHz
–
60 dB typ.
60 dB typ.
vector reflection and transmission measurement
(R&S®FSH-K42)
vector voltmeter
(R&S®FSH-K45)
magnitude (attenuation, gain), phase, magnitude + phase, electrical length, group delay
magnitude + phase, Smith chart
Transmission measurements
Dynamic range (S21)
Dynamic range (S12)
Display modes
magnitude + phase
Available for models .24/.28/.23/.30 only; models .24/.28 require R&S®FSH-K42 additionally.
For models .24/.28/.23/.30 only, requires R&S®FSH-K45.
3)
Only S22-measurements.
1)
2)
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®Spectrum Rider FPH
Handheld Spectrum ­Analyzer
New
The R&S®InstrumentView Windows software comes
with the instrument, making it easy to postprocess and
document measurement results and manage instrument
settings.
Key facts
❙❙ Frequency ranges from 5 kHz to 2/3/4 GHz; upgrade via
keycode
❙❙ Solid RF performance
❙❙ Ideal for field use: 8 hour battery life, 2.5 kg (5.5 lb)
weight, backlit keypad, fast boot time, non-reflective
display, small footprint, ruggedized housing
❙❙ Large color display with touch and gesture operation
❙❙ Measurement wizard that supports measurement
campaigns speeds up measurements and prevents errors
❙❙ Features and options for various industries such as
aerospace and defense, wireless communications,
broadcasting, spectrum regulators and education
❙❙ Easy and cost-efficient upgrades of all options via
software keycode
❙❙ Three-year warranty as standard (battery one year)
Standard functions
Two spectrum traces
Six markers absolute or relative
Noise marker
Frequency counter with 0.1 Hz resolution
AM/FM audio demodulator (built-in loudspeaker or headphones)
Limit line monitoring (pass/fail function)
The quality you expect at an unexpected price
The R&S®Spectrum Rider FPH is a versatile, user-friendly
instrument in a rugged and appealing design. The
frequency range of the basic analyzer is 5 kHz to
2 GHz. The upper frequency limit can easily be
extended to 3 GHz or 4 GHz via keycode. It suits both field
and lab applications in indoor and outdoor measurement
environments.
Remote control via USB/LAN interface
Predefined channel tables
Optional software applications
Frequency upgrade from 2 GHz to 3 GHz (R&S®FPH-B3)
Frequency upgrade from 2 GHz to 4 GHz (R&S®FPH-B4 and -B3 required)
Preamplifier (R&S®FPH-B22)
Power sensor support (R&S®FPH-K9)
Channel power meter (R&S®FPH-K19)
Pulse measurements with power sensors (R&S®FPH-K29)
Specifications in brief
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
5 kHz to 2 GHz
Frequency
preamplifier = on
5 kHz to 3 GHz
1 MHz to 10 MHz
< –150 dBm, typ. –160 dBm
with R&S®FPH-B4 option
(R&S FPH-B3 option required)
Frequency resolution
5 kHz to 4 GHz 10 MHz to 3 GHz
< –158 dBm, typ. –163 dBm
3 GHz to 4 GHz
< –156 dBm, typ. –161 dBm
Resolution bandwidth
1 Hz to 3 MHz in 1/3
sequence
with R&S®FPH-B3 option
1 Hz
Displayed average noise level
0 dB RF attenuation, 50 Ω termination, RBW = 100 Hz, VBW = 10 Hz,
sample detector, log scaling, normalized to 1 Hz
Frequency
preamplifier = off
1 MHz to 10 MHz
< –135 dBm, typ. –142 dBm
10 MHz to 1 GHz
< –142 dBm, typ. –146 dBm
1 GHz to 4 GHz
< –140 dBm, typ. –144 dBm
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Third-order intercept (IP3)
Intermodulation-free dynamic range, signal level 2 × –20 dBm,
RF ­attenuation = 0 dB, RF preamplifier = off
f = 1 GHz
+7 dBm (meas.)
f = 2.4 GHz
+10 dBm (meas.)
Total measurement uncertainty
95 % confidence level, +20 °C to +30 °C, SNR > 16 dB, 0 dB to –50 dB
below reference level, RF attenuation auto
10 MHz ≤ f ≤ 4 GHz
< 1.25 dB, typ. 0.5 dB
Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FS-Zxxx Harmonic Mixers
Spectrum analysis in the waveguide bands
above 40 GHz
Frequencies in the high GHz range still require the use of
external harmonic mixers. Such mixers can be c
­ onnected
to an R&S®FSUP26/50, R&S®FSV30/40, R&S®FSVR30/40
or R&S®FSW26/43 provided that these analyzers are
equipped with the R&S®FSx-B21 LO/IF ports option for
external mixers. R
­ ohde & Schwarz mixers cover the frequency range up to 500 GHz. If other mixers are used, up
to 1.1 THz is possible.
4
Overview of external mixers
New
R&S®FS-Z60
R&S®FS-Z75
R&S®FS-Z90
R&S®FS-Z110
RPG FS-Z140
Frequency range
40 GHz to 60 GHz
50 GHz to 75 GHz
60 GHz to 90 GHz
75 GHz to 110 GHz
90 GHz to 140 GHz
Mixer type
balanced dual-diode mixer, no biasing
RF port
WR19 (UG383/UM)
WR15 (UG385/U)
WR12 (UG387/UM)
WR10 (UG387/UM)
WR08 (UG387/UM)
Conversion loss
23 dB (typ.)
20 dB (typ.)
23 dB (typ.)
20 dB (typ.)
28 dB (typ.)
VSWR RF
2.5 : 1
1.5 : 1
1.5 : 1
1.5 : 1
1.5 : 1
LO frequency range
9.8 GHz to 15.2 GHz
8.0 GHz to 12.84 GHz
7.44 GHz to 15.34 GHz 7.5 GHz to 14.0 GHz
9.0 GHz to 14.0 GHz
Number of harmonics
4
6
6
8
10
RPG FS-Z325 New
RPG FS-Z500
220 GHz to 325 GHz
325 GHz to 500 GHz
RPG FS-Z170
New
RPG FS-Z220
New
140 GHz to 220 GHz
New
Frequency range
110 GHz to 170 GHz
Mixer type
balanced dual-diode mixer, no biasing
RF port
WR06 (UG387/UM)
WR5.1 (UG387/UM)
WR3.4 (UG387/UM)
WR2.2 (UG387/UM)
Conversion loss
30 dB (typ.)
32 dB (typ.)
40 dB (typ.)
58 dB (typ.)
VSWR RF
1.6 : 1
1.5 : 1
2.5 : 1
2.7 : 1
LO frequency range
9.13 GHz to 14.13 GHz
8.72 GHz to 13.72 GHz
10 GHz to 14.77 GHz
9.02 GHz to 13.88 GHz
Number of harmonics
12
16
22
36
LO/IF ports option
R&S®FSV30/40 with R&S®FSV-B21
R&S®FSUP26/50 with R&S®FSUP-B21
LO frequency range
7 GHz to 13.2 GHz
7 GHz to 15.5 GHz
R&S®FSW26/43 with
R&S®FSW-B21
7.65 GHz to 17.45 GHz
LO level
+15 dBm
+15 dBm
15.5 dBm
IF
730 MHz
404.4 MHz
1.3 GHz
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
Application-­specific solutions
R&S®FSW
R&S®FSL
R&S®FSMR
–
•
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
–
•
•
•
•
•
•
• 1)
–
–
70
-K7S
Analog modulation analysis for AM/FM/φM
­including THD and SINAD measurements
FM stereo modulation analysis
•
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
–
70
-K9
Measurement with power sensors
•
–
•
• 1)
•
•
•
• 1)
–
–
-K14
Spectrogram measurements
•
–
•
• 1)
•
–
–
• 1)
–
72
-K15
VOR/ILS measurements
–
–
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
72
-K17
Multicarrier group delay measurements
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
–
-K18
–
•
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
–
-K20
Amplifier and envelope tracking
­measurements
Cable TV measurements, analog and digital
–
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
-K30
Noise figure and gain measurements
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
–
–
73
-K40
Phase noise measurements
•
•
•
•
–
•
• 1)
–
–
74
-K54
EMI measurement application
•
–
•
•
–
–
–
–
–
74
-K60
Transient measurement application
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
75
-K60C
Transient chirp measurement
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
75
-K60H
Transient hop measurement
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
75
-K70
Vector signal analysis
•
•
•
•
–
•
•
–
–
75
-K130PC
Distortion analysis
•
–
•
•
•
•
• 1)
•
–
83
-K112
NFC measurement software
•
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
•
82
-B160R
Realtime spectrum analysis
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
83
Page
R&S®RTO
R&S®FSVR
Pulse measurements
-K7
R&S®FSH
R&S®FPS
-K6
Firmware or PC
­software
R&S®FSx/FPS/RTO
R&S®FSUP
R&S®FSV
General measurement applications
Page
Measurements in line with mobile communications standards
R&S®FSV
R&S®FPS
R&S®FSVR
R&S®FSW
R&S®FSL
R&S®FSMR R&S®FSUP R&S®FSH
R&S®RTO
­
Firmware
R&S®FSx/FPS/RTO
-K5
GSM/EDGE
–
–
–
–
–
•
•
–
–
–
-K10
GSM/EDGE/EDGE Evolution/VAMOS
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
–
–
71
-K72/-K73
3GPP WCDMA DL/UL
•
•
•
•
• 2)
•
•
• 2) 3)
–
76
-K74
3GPP WCDMA HSDPA
– •
– – – •
•
2) 3)
• –
76
-K73+/-K74+
3GPP WCDMA HSPA+
– 4) 5)
•
– 4) 5)
– 4) 5)
–
–
–
• 2) 3)
–
76
-K82/-K83
CDMA2000®
•
•
•
•
• 2)
•
•
–
–
77
-K84/-K85
1xEV-DO
•
•
–
•
–
•
•
• 2) 3)
–
77
-K76/-K77
3GPP TD-SCDMA
•
•
•
•
–
•
•
–
–
77
-K100/-K101
3GPP LTE FDD
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
• 2) 3)
–
80
-K102
3GPP LTE MIMO
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
–
–
80
-K103
3GPP LTE-Advanced uplink
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
80
-K104/-K105
3GPP LTE TDD
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
• 2) 3)
–
80
-K100PC
EUTRA/LTE downlink FDD
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
–
•
81
-K101PC
EUTRA/LTE uplink FDD
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
–
•
81
-K102PC
EUTRA/LTE downlink MIMO
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
–
•
81
-K103PC
EUTRA/LTE uplink MIMO
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
–
•
81
-K104PC
EUTRA/LTE downlink TDD
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
–
•
81
-K105PC
EUTRA/LTE uplink TDD
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
–
•
81
-K110
TETRA Release 2/TEDS
–
–
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
81
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4)
4)
6)
Signal and spectrum analyzers
Other wireless applications
R&S®FSV
R&S®FPS
R&S®FSVR
R&S®FSW
R&S®FSL
R&S®FSMR
R&S®FSUP
R&S®FSH
R&S®RTO
Page
-K8
IEEE 802.15.1 Bluetooth® EDR
•
–
•
–
•
•
•
–
–
71
-K91
IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/j WLAN
•
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
–
78
-K91N
IEEE 802.11 n WLAN
•
•
•
•
•
–
–
–
–
78
-K91AC
IEEE 802.11 ac WLAN
•
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
78
-K91P
IEEE 802.11p WLAN
•
•
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
78
-K93
IEEE 802.16 e-2005 WiMAX™
•
–
•
–
•
–
–
–
–
79
-K95
IEEE 802.11ad WLAN
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
79
-K96/-K96PC
General OFDM vector signal analysis
•
–
•
•
–
–
•
–
–
79
Firmware or PC
­software R&S®FSx
Standard.
Base station only.
3)
See R&S®FSH data sheets.
4)
The functionality of R&S®FS-K74 and R&S®FS-K74+ is included in R&S®FSV-K72.
5)
The functionality of R&S®FS-K73+ is included in R&S®FSV-K73.
6)
Included in R&S®FSL-K72.
1)
2)
Measurement application for wire-connected communications systems
R&S®FSV
R&S®FPS
R&S®FSVR
R&S®FSW
R&S®FSL
R&S®FSMR
R&S®FSUP
R&S®FSH
R&S®RTO
Page
-K192
DOCSIS 3.1 downstream
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
84
-K193
DOCSIS 3.1 upstream
–
–
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
84
Firmware
R&S®FSW
Vector signal explorer base software
R&S®FSV
R&S®FPS
R&S®FSVR
R&S®FSW
R&S®FSL
R&S®FSMR
R&S®FSUP
R&S®FSH
R&S®RTO
Page
-K6
Pulse measurements
•
•
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•
•
–
–
–
•
85
-K7
Analog demodulation analysis
•
•
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•
•
–
–
–
•
85
-K10
GSM measurements
•
•
–
•
•
–
–
–
•
85
-K70
Vector signal analysis
•
•
–
•
•
–
–
–
•
85
-K72
3GPP FDD measurements
•
•
–
•
•
–
–
–
•
85
-K91
IEEE 802.11a/b/g measurements
•
•
–
•
•
–
–
–
•
85
-K91N/AC/P
IEEE 802.11n/ac/p measurements
•
•
–
•
•
–
–
–
•
85
-K100
EUTRA/LTE FDD
•
•
–
•
•
–
–
–
•
85
-K102
EUTRA/LTE-Advanced and MIMO
•
•
–
•
•
–
–
–
•
85
-K104
EUTRA/LTE TDD
•
•
–
•
•
–
–
–
•
85
PC ­software
R&S®VSE
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSL/FSW-K7
AM/FM/φM ­Measurement Demodulator
Analog signal measurement
The R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSL/FSW‑K7 AM/FM/φM measurement demodulator application converts the R&S®FSV/
FSVR/FSL/FSMR/FSUP/FSW into an analog modulation
analyzer for amplitude, frequency or phase-modulated
signals. The following display and analysis alternatives are
available:
❙❙ Modulation signal versus time
❙❙ Spectrum of modulation signal (FFT)
❙❙ RF signal power versus time
❙❙ Spectrum of RF signal
❙❙ Table with numeric display of
■■ Deviation or modulation factor, RMS weighted,
+peak, –peak, ±peak/2
■■ Modulation frequency
■■ Carrier frequency offset
■■ Carrier power
■■ Total harmonic distortion (THD) and SINAD
THD measurement on an amplitude-modulated signal. The first ­harmonic
of the modulation signal is well suppressed by 69 dB. This ­corresponds to
a THD (D2) of less than 0.1 %.
R&S®FSV-K7S FM Stereo Measurements
Comprehensive measurement functions for
complete FM stereo analysis
The R&S®FSV-K7S application firmware expands the functionality of the R&S®FSV-K7 application firmware with
measurements on FM stereo transmitters.
❙❙ Frequency deviation measurement in channels MPX, L,
R, M, S and frequency deviation measurement of ­pilot
and RDS carrier
❙❙ Carrier power and carrier frequency measurement
❙❙ Audio frequency measurement
❙❙ Absolute and relative deviation measurement for easy-toperform S/N ratio and crosstalk attenuation measurement
❙❙ AF spectrum display and display per channel
❙❙ Up to 4 measurement windows
The result summary clearly displays the measurement results of all the
channels; switchover is not required. Additional displays such as the mono
signal or MPX spectrum display support in-depth analysis.
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Wide variety of audio filters and detectors for
­standard-compliant measurements
❙❙ CCIR filter, weighted and unweighted
❙❙ 20 Hz, 50 Hz, 300 Hz highpass filters and 3 kHz, 15 kHz,
23 kHz, 150 kHz lowpass filters
❙❙ Selectable deemphasis of 50 μs, 75 μs, 750 μs
❙❙ Detectors: ±peak/2, +peak, –peak, RMS, RMSxSQR2,
quasi-peak (in line with CCIR 468) and quasi-peakxSQR2
R&S®FS/FSV/FSL-K8
Transmitter Measurements for
Bluetooth® V2.0 and EDR
Signal and spectrum analyzers
The R&S®FS/FSV/FSL-K8 application firmware enhances
the range of applications of the R&S®FSUP/FSMR/FSV/
FSVR/FSL spectrum ­analyzers to include measurements
on Bluetooth® transmitters. All measurements are carried out in line with the ­Bluetooth® RF Test Specification
(­Bluetooth® SIG) Rev. 2.0+EDR and cover basic rate as
well as EDR. I­ntegrated limit value monitoring is provided
for all m
­ easurements and allows analysis of the results in
the ­development and production of Bluetooth® modules.
Basic rate measurements
❙❙ Output power
❙❙ ACP over up to 79 channels
❙❙ Modulation characteristics
❙❙ Initial carrier frequency tolerance
❙❙ Carrier frequency drift
EDR measurements
Analysis of a Bluetooth® signal with R&S®FSV-K8.
R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K10
GSM/EDGE/EDGE ­Evolution Analysis
❙❙ Output power and relative transmit power
❙❙ In-band spurious emissions, gated
❙❙ Carrier frequency stability and modulation ­accuracy
(DEVM)
❙❙ Differential phase encoding
The R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K10 measurement application
firmware enables transmitter tests on mobile stations and
base ­stations. It provides all the functionality needed for
GSM/EDGE, EDGE Evolution and VAMOS.
❙❙ Power measurement in time domain including carrier
power
❙❙ Modulation quality
■■ EVM
■■ Phase/frequency error
■■ Origin offset suppression
❙❙ Spectrum measurements
■■ Modulation spectrum
■■ Transient spectrum
■■ Spurious emissions
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FSV/FSL-K14
Spectrogram ­Measurements
The R&S®FSV/FSL-K14 application firmware adds a spectrogram display and trace recording to the R&S®FSV/
FSVR/FSL. The spectrogram view shows a history of the
spectrum and helps analyze intermittent problems or variations in frequency and level versus time. It also adds a new
trigger, i.e. a time trigger that makes it possible to record a
trace at a regular time interval.
❙❙ Recording of up to 20 000 traces:
approx. 5.5 h c
­ ontinuous monitoring with repetition
­interval set to 1 s
❙❙ Time trigger, 100 ms to 5000 s repetition interval: allows
unattended continuous monitoring
❙❙ Scrolling through recorded traces with markers: replay
and repeated analysis of recorded data
R&S®FS-K15 VOR/ILS Demodulator
Using the R&S®FSMR and R&S®FS-K15, these instruments
can be calibrated by a single box without any additional
VOR/ILS tester.
R&S®FS-K15 replaces the R&S®FMAV modulation analyzer.
It provides the same function set for VOR/ILS analysis and
meets the uncertainty specifications of the R&S®FMAV.
Precise VOR and ILS modulation analysis for
­calibration, development, production and service
The R&S®FS-K15 application firmware adds VOR/ILS analysis capability to the R&S®FSMR. In the R&S®FSMR measuring receiver, the option allows the calibration of VOR/
ILS signal generators and communications/navigation
testers.
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❙❙ Low measurement uncertainty for
■■ ILS DDM (difference in depth of modulation)
■■ VOR phase
■■ Modulation parameters of single signal components
such as 90/150 Hz tones, 30 Hz/9.96 kHz subcarrier
❙❙ All measurement parameters at a glance in an easy-toread table
❙❙ Selective distortion measurements for the 30 Hz, 90 Hz,
150 Hz, 1020 Hz components
❙❙ Analysis of RF or – in the R&S®FSMR – audio input
❙❙ Easy to operate: user simply has to select between VOR
and ILS
R&S®FSW-K18
Amplifier Measurement Application
Characterization and optimization of power
amplifiers, including envelope tracking
measurements
The R&S®FSW-K18 amplifier measurement application enables users to characterize and optimize power amplifiers.
The R&S®FSW-K18 supports the following measurements:
R&S®FS/FSV/FSL/FSW-K30
Noise Figure and Gain Measurements
Signal and spectrum analyzers
❙❙ Conventional power amplifier measurements
■■ Fast and easy characterization of amplifiers, including
AM/AM and AM/φM traces. Measures and models the
linear and nonlinear distortions of amplifiers
❙❙ Envelope tracking measurements
■■ Full characterization of envelope tracking power
amplifiers
■■ Measures the impact of envelope tracking on power
efficiency and signal quality, including instantaneous
power-added efficiency (PAE)
❙❙ Digital pre-distortion
■■ Modeling of the amplifier and computation of
a polynomial model of the power amplifier. The
coefficients can be used by the R&S®SMW-K541 realtime predistortion option
The R&S®FSW-K18 controls a Rohde & Schwarz vector
signal generator, including downloading the currently
used waveform and setting the frequency and power.
The R&S®FSW-K18 synchronizes the measured data
with an ideal I/Q file (reference signal). In addition, the
R&S®FSW-K18 is also capable of generating and uploading
its own waveforms with user-configurable parameters.
Wide variety of RF measurements
The R&S®FS/FSV/FSL/FSW‑K30 application firmware expands the R&S®FSV/FSVR/FSL/FSW signal and spectrum
analyzers by adding measurement functionality otherwise
only provided by special noise measurement analyzers.
The following parameters can be measured at a specified
frequency or in a selectable frequency range:
❙❙ Noise figure in dB
❙❙ Noise temperature in °K
❙❙ Gain in dB
Noise measurements
❙❙ Measurement range from 0 dB to 35 dB
❙❙ Resolution of 0.01 dB
❙❙ Device measurement uncertainty of 0.05 dB
The schematic view of the test setup simplifies measurements on
Gain measurements
❙❙ Measurement range from –20 dB to +60 dB
❙❙ Resolution of 0.01 dB
❙❙ Measurement accuracy of ±0.2 dB
­frequency-converting DUTs.
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FS/FSV/FSW-K40
Phase Noise ­Measurements
Phase noise measurement of a signal source with an R&S®FSW signal
analyzer and R&S®FSW-K40 option.
Blue: original trace.
Yellow: trace with a smoothing factor of 10 %. Residual noise and spot
Fast and easy phase noise measurements
The R&S®FS/FSV/FSW-K40 application firmware enables
the R&S®FSMR/FSV/FSVR/FSW signal and spectrum analyzers to perform fast and easy phase noise measurements
in development and production.
❙❙ Carrier offset frequency range selectable from 1 Hz to
1 GHz in 1/3/10 sequence (1 Hz, 3 Hz, 10 Hz, 30 Hz, etc.)
❙❙ Number of averages, sweep mode and filter bandwidth
for every measurement subrange can be individually
­selected to optimize the measurement speed
❙❙ Fast results for the subranges are obtained by starting
the measurement at the maximum carrier offset
❙❙ Verification of carrier frequency and power prior to each
measurement avoids incorrect measurements
❙❙ Improvement of dynamic range by measuring the
­thermal inherent noise in a reference trace and
­performing noise correction
❙❙ Tabular display of residual FM, residual φM and
RMS ­jitter in addition to measurement trace
❙❙ Limit lines with PASS/FAIL indication
noise results are displayed in ­tables.
R&S®FSV/FSVR/FSW-K54
EMI Measurement ­Application
Bandwidth selection.
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Finding, classifying and eliminating
electromagnetic interference
The R&S®FSV/FSW-K54 EMI measurement application
adds EMI diagnostic functionality to the R&S®FSV/FSW
signal and spectrum analyzers and the R&S®FSVR realtime spectrum analyzer. R&S®FSV/FSW-K54 offers EMI
bandwidths for commercial and military applications,
detectors such as quasi-peak, CISPR-average and RMSaverage, limit lines and correction factors. It allows users
to analyze the effectiveness of shielding measures and the
effects of changes in the circuit or design prior to testing
in the EMC lab.
❙❙ EMI bandwidths for commercial and military standards
❙❙ Standard EMI detectors: quasi-peak, CISPR‑average,
RMS-average
❙❙ Linking of measurement markers to various
EMI ­detectors
❙❙ Limit lines and transducers for typical measurement
tasks
❙❙ Choice of linear or logarithmic scale on frequency axis
❙❙ Seamless analysis of frequency spectrum up to 40 MHz
using the R&S®FSVR
R&S®FSW-K60 Transient Analysis
Signal and spectrum analyzers
Analyzing transient signals, for example signals
from frequency hopping radios or radar chirps
The R&S®FSW-K60 transient analysis option and its extensions R&S®FSW-K60H and R&S®FSW-K60C are designed
to analyze transient signals, for example signals from frequency hopping radios or radar chirps. Detailed numerical results such as switching times, dwell times or rate of
frequency changes as well as corresponding frequency/
amplitude/phase vs time displays are provided.
The R&S®FSW-K60H adds hop analysis. It detects frequency hops automatically or measures according to a
predefinable hop table. Results include dwell time/hop,
switching time, frequency, deviation and many more.
Analysis of a chirp signal with R&S®FSW-K60C. Simultaneous display of
spectrogram, chirp rate, chirp rate deviation and summary table.
R&S®FSV/FPS/FSW-K70
Vector Signal Analysis
Demodulation of a 512QAM signal with R&S®FSW-K70.
The R&S®FSW-K60C adds chirp analysis. It detects FMCW
chirps automatically or from a predefinable chirp table. It
measures parameters such as the chirp rate, chirp length
and linearity of FMCW chirps.
Flexible modulation analysis from MSK to 64QAM
The R&S®FSV/FPS/FSW-K70 application firmware enables
­users to flexibly set the analysis of digitally modulated
single carriers down to the bit level using the R&S®FSV/
FPS/FSVR/FSW. The clear-cut operating concept simplifies
measurements, ­despite the wide range of analysis tools.
❙❙ Modulation formats:
■■ MSK, DMSK, BPSK, QPSK, 8PSK, DQPSK, D8PSK,
π/4-DQPSK, 3π/8-D8PSK, 16QAM to 2048QAM
(R&S®FSW)
❙❙ Symbol rate up to 32 MHz
❙❙ Analysis length up to 50 000 symbols
❙❙ Analysis bandwidth depends on base unit
❙❙ Numerous standard-specific default settings:
■■ GSM, GSM/EDGE, WCDMA, TETRA
❙❙ Display choices for amplitude, frequency, phase,
I/Q, eye diagram, amplitude, phase or frequency error,
­constellation or vector diagram
❙❙ Fast and easy-to-operate equalizer (R&S®FSW-K70)
❙❙ Data aided and non-data aided demodulation
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FSQ-K70 Vector Signal Analysis
For all major mobile communications standards
❙❙ GSM and EDGE
❙❙ WCDMA-QPSK, CDMA2000®-QPSK
❙❙ Bluetooth®, TETRA, PDC, PHS, DECT, NADC
For all common digital modulation modes
❙❙ BPSK, QPSK, OQPSK, π/4-DQPSK
❙❙ 8PSK, D8PSK, 3π/8-8PSK, (G)MSK, 2/4/(G)FSK
❙❙ 16, 32, 64, 128, 256 (D)QAM, 8VSB
❙❙ 25 MHz symbol rate expandable up to 81.6 MHz
Modulation error measurements on EDGE signals.
Optimum representation of results
❙❙ In-phase and quadrature signals versus time
❙❙ Magnitude and phase versus time
❙❙ Eye/vector/constellation diagrams
❙❙ Table with modulation errors
❙❙ Demodulated bitstream
❙❙ Statistical evaluation of modulation parameters
❙❙ Spectral evaluation
❙❙ Amplifier distortion measurements
Universal demodulation, analysis and
documentation of digital radio signals
The R&S®FSQ-K70 application firmware enables users
to analyze digitally modulated carriers down to the bit
level using the R&S®FSMR/FSUP signal and spectrum
analyzers.
R&S®FS-K72/-K73/-K73+/-K74/-K74+,
R&S®FSV/FPS/FSW-K72/-K73
WCDMA 3GPP Measurements
❙❙ Measurement of modulation quality: EVM, peak code
­domain error and relative code domain error
❙❙ Automatic detection of active channels and their data
rate
❙❙ Scrambling code search
❙❙ Automatic detection of modulation formats in HSDPA
and HSPA+
❙❙ Provides the ­functionality needed for base station testing
Option
Description
R&S®FS-K72/-K73
provides all the functionality for testing base
stations (R&S®FS-K72) or user equipment
(R&S®FS-K73) in line with WCDMA Release 99
R&S®FS-K74
extends the capabilities of R&S®FS-K72 to encompass HSPA (high speed packet access) for base
station testing (R&S®FS-K74)
R&S®FS-K73+
adds HSPA+ c
­ apabilities to R&S®FS-K73
R&S®FS-K74+
provides additional functionality for HSPA+ testing
in line with 3GPP Release 7
R&S®FSV/FPS-K72
3GPP BS (DL) analysis, incl. HSDPA
R&S®FSV/FPS-K73
3GPP UE (UL) analysis, incl. HSUPA
Code domain power measurements (3GPP FDD)
R&S®FSW-K72
The application firmware adds measurement ­functions
in line with the 3GPP specifications for the FDD mode to
­Rohde & Schwarz signal and spectrum ­analyzers.
R&S®FSW-K73
3GPP FDD (WCDMA) BS measurements,
incl. HSDPA and HSDPA+
3GPP FDD (WCDMA) MS measurements,
incl. HSDPA and HSDPA+
Demodulation of a WCDMA base-station signal with R&S®FSW-K72.
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R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K76/-K77
TD-SCDMA Test
Signal and spectrum analyzers
Base station and mobile ­station tests on
TD-SCDMA with the R&S®FSMR/FSV/FSW
analyzers
The R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K76/-K77 application firmware
adds measurement functions in line with 3GPP as well
as China Wireless Telecommunication Standard Group
(CWTS) specifications to the R&S®FSMR/FSV/FPS/FSW
signal and spectrum analyzers. It enhances the range of
applications to include code domain power and modulation
measurements on ­TD-SCDMA base stations.
❙❙ Code domain power measurement
❙❙ Easy measurement of modulation quality
❙❙ Automatic detection of active channels
❙❙ Spectrum emission mask
❙❙ Remote control
Demodulation of a TD-SCDMA base station signal with R&S®FSW-K76.
R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K76
Provides the functionality needed for base station testing.
R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K77
Provides user equipment (UE) functionality.
R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K82/-K84
Base Station Test
CDMA2000®/IS-95 base station testing
The R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K82 application firmware enhances the range of applications to include code domain
power and modulation measurements on CDMA2000®
signals for radio configurations 1 to 5 and r­ adio configuration 10. cdmaOne base station signals can be analyzed by
using radio configuration 1 or 2.
1xEV-DO base station testing
The R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K84 application firmware adds
the capability to measure code domain power modulation
accuracy on all four channel types (­pilot, preamble, MAC
and DATA) of a 1xEV-DO base s­ tation signal.
Measurement parameters
Demodulation of a CDMA2000® base station signal with R&S®FSW-K82.
❙❙ Code domain power (code domain analyzer)
❙❙ Code domain power versus time (R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/
FSW-K82)
❙❙ Rho
❙❙ Error vector magnitude (EVM)
❙❙ Peak code domain error
❙❙ Power versus symbol
❙❙ Symbol constellation
❙❙ Channel table
❙❙ Code domain error power
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K83/-K85
Mobile Station Test
Demodulation of a CDMA2000® mobile station signal with R&S®FSW-K83.
R&S®FSx-K91/-K91n/-K91ac/-K91p
WLAN TX ­Measurements
Demodulation of a WLAN 802.11ac signal with R&S®FSW-K91AC.
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Transmitter measurements on 3GPP2 signals with
the R&S®FSMR/FSV/FSW analyzers
The R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K83 application firmware enhances the range of applications to include code domain
power and modulation measurements on CDMA2000®
signals for radio configurations 3 and 4. 1xEV-DV reverse
link channels of release C are also supported. The R&S®FS/
FSV/FPS/FSW-K85 application firmware adds the capability to measure code d
­ omain power modulation accuracy
on all five channel types (PICH, RRI, DATA, ACK and DRC)
as well as TRAFFIC and ACCESS operating modes of an
access terminal.
Measurement parameters
❙❙ Code domain power
❙❙ Code domain power versus time
❙❙ Rho
❙❙ Error vector magnitude (EVM)
❙❙ Peak code domain error
❙❙ Power versus symbol
❙❙ Symbol constellation
❙❙ Channel table
❙❙ Code domain error power
❙❙ Power versus chip (R&S®FS/FSV/FPS/FSW-K85)
WLAN TX measurements with ­­Rohde & Schwarz
­analyzers
The R&S®FSx-K91/-K91n/-K91ac application ­firmware
­enables the R&S®FSW/FSV/FPS/FSVR/FSL ­signal
and spectrum analyzers to perform spectrum and
modulation measurements on signals in line with the
WLAN IEEE 802.11a/b/g/j/n/ac standard.
❙❙ Analysis at the RF or in the analog/digital baseband
❙❙ Demodulation bandwidth of 28 MHz/40 MHz/120 MHz
❙❙ Modulation formats for IEEE 802.11a/g/j/n/ac: BPSK,
QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, 256QAM
❙❙ Modulation formats for IEEE 802.11b: DBPSK, DQPSK,
CCK, short PLCP, long PLCP
❙❙ Very low residual EVM of –44 dB/–46 dB (0.7 % at
2.4 GHz)
❙❙ Legacy/mixed/Greenfield mode of IEEE 802.11n signals
❙❙ Support of up to four MIMO streams
❙❙ Provides complex WLAN measurements at a keystroke
(automatic setting of modulation format)
❙❙ Allows remote control of all functions via IEC/IEEE bus or
LAN
R&S®FSV-K93
WiMAX™/MIMO TX Measurements
Signal and spectrum analyzers
The R&S®FSV‑K93 application firmware allows TX measurements on OFDM and ­OFDMA signals in line with
the WiMAX™ IEEE 802.16-2004 and IEEE 802.16e-2005
standards.
❙❙ Enhances the R&S®FSL/FSV ­analyzers by adding the
capability to ­perform spectrum and modulation measure­
ments on signals in line with the IEEE 802.16-2004 and
IEEE 802.16e‑2005 standards
❙❙ Supports OFDM and OFDMA
❙❙ Complex WiMAX™ measurements at a k
­ eystroke
❙❙ Measurements in RF/IF range and baseband
❙❙ Remote control of all functions via IEC/IEEE bus or LAN
Demodulation of a WiMAX™ signal with R&S®FSV-K93.
R&S®FSW-K95
IEEE 802.11ad Measurements
New
Analysis of a WLAN 802.11ad signal at 60.48 GHz with a 16QAM modulation and an EVM of –32 dB.
Transmitter measurements on WLAN 802.11ad
signals
R&S®FSW-K95 analyzes uplink and downlink signals in line
with WLAN standard 802.11ad in the 60 GHz range. Beside spectral measurements, the R&S®FSW-K95 can analyze modulation accuracy as well. The R&S®FSW-B2000
option and an additional R&S®RTO are needed to obtain
a 2 GHz wide analysis bandwidth for the 1.8 GHz wide
signal.
Modulation quality
❙❙ EVM (pilot, data)
❙❙ Constellation diagram
❙❙ I/Q offset
❙❙ I/Q imbalance
❙❙ Gain imbalance
❙❙ Symbol clock error
❙❙ Center frequency error
❙❙ Time skew
❙❙ Phase error versus symbol
❙❙ Phase tracking versus symbol
Spectrum measurements
❙❙ Spectrum mask
❙❙ Power spectrum
❙❙ Channel frequency response
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FS-K96/-K96PC
OFDM Vector ­Signal ­Analysis
The R&S®FS-K96 software expands the R&S®FSW/FSUP/
FSV/FSVR signal analyzers to feature modulation measurements on general OFDM signals. The OFDM demodulator
is user-configurable and standard-independent.
The R&S®FS-K96 runs only when a LAN or GPIB connection to the Rohde & Schwarz analyzer is established. The
R&S®FS-K96PC runs with and without connection to an
analyzer.
❙❙ Support of OFDM and OFDMA
❙❙ Support of any PSK or QAM modulation format
❙❙ Frequency range from 50 MHz to 3/8/26.5/40 GHz,
­depending on analyzer used
❙❙ Very low residual EVM of below –51 dB for DVB-T,
2k mode
❙❙ RF measurement or I/Q baseband measurement
­(optional)
❙❙ Numerous measurements for OFDM ­signal analysis
The upper part of the display shows the recorded signal in the time
­domain. The lower part shows the constellation diagram.
R&S®FSV/FPS/FSW
-K100/-K101/-K102/-K104/-K105
EUTRA/LTE Signal Analysis
The most important measurement results are listed in a
table to provide a quick overview of the performance of
the transmitter.
❙❙ Error vector magnitude (EVM) of all carriers
❙❙ EVM physical channel
❙❙ EVM physical signal
❙❙ Frequency error
❙❙ Sampling error
❙❙ Modulation parameters: I/Q error, gain imbalance,
quadrature error
❙❙ Power
❙❙ Crest factor
For advanced analysis, a number of graphical displays is
available.
Transmitter measurements on LTE signals
The software analyzes the modulation quality, e.g. EVM or
I/Q imbalance, of 3GPP EUTRA FDD and TDD signals in
both uplink and downlink. When combining two or up to
four signal analyzers, these tasks can even be performed
on MIMO transmitters.
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Designation
Type
EUTRA/LTE FDD downlink measurement application
R&S®FSx-K100
EUTRA/LTE FDD uplink measurement application
R&S®FSx-K101
EUTRA/LTE downlink MIMO measurement application R&S®FSx-K102
(requires R&S®FSx-K100 or R&S®FSx-K104)
EUTRA/LTE-Advanced uplink measurement application R&S®FSW-K103
EUTRA/LTE TDD downlink measurement application
R&S®FSx-K104
EUTRA/LTE TDD uplink measurement application
R&S®FSx-K105
R&S®FS-K100PC/-K101PC/-K102PC/
-K103PC/-K104PC/-K105PC EUTRA/LTE
and LTE-Advanced Signal Analysis
Transmitter measurements on LTE signals
The R&S®FS-K10xPC software is used for transmitter
measurements on 3GPP long term evolution (LTE) and
R&S®FS-K110 TETRA Release 2 Analysis
Adjacent channel power (ACP) measurement: The bandwidth of the TX
channel depends on the number of carriers; the power in the adjacent
Signal and spectrum analyzers
­ TE-Advanced base stations and user equipment. Analysis
L
of MIMO transmitters provides detailed insight into the
performance of the complete system.
❙❙ Convenient analysis due to automatic detection of
modulation formats
❙❙ Large number of display formats to evaluate transmitter
performance
❙❙ Extensive TDD support
❙❙ Spectrum emission mask and adjacent channel leakage
power measurement included for ease of use
❙❙ Automatic measurements
Designation
Type
EUTRA/LTE downlink FDD software (requires license
dongle) on R&S®FS-K100/-K101/-K104/-K105
EUTRA/LTE uplink FDD software (requires license
dongle) on R&S®FS-K100/-K101/-K104/-K105
EUTRA/LTE downlink MIMO software (requires
R&S®FS-K100 or R&S®FS-K104)
EUTRA/LTE downlink MIMO software (requires
R&S®FS-K100 or R&S®FS-K104)
EUTRA/LTE downlink TDD software
R&S®FS-K100PC
EUTRA/LTE uplink TDD software
R&S®FS-K105PC
License dongle (only one dongle per PC required)
R&S®FSPC
R&S®FS-K101PC
R&S®FS-K102PC
R&S®FS-K103PC
R&S®FS-K104PC
Transmitter measurements on TETRA signals
R&S®FS-K110 analyzes uplink and downlink signals in
line with the EN 300392-2 and EN 300394-1 standards. It
­measures the modulation quality (e.g. EVM, I/Q imbalance,
frequency error) and spectrum parameters such as ACP on
continuous and burst signals.
❙❙ Supports 25 kHz, 50 kHz, 100 kHz, 150 kHz channels
❙❙ Supports 4QAM,16QAM and 64QAM data symbols
❙❙ Measurements
■■ Error vector magnitude (EVM)
■■ Power versus time (PvT)
■■ Adjacent channel power (ACP) due to modulation and
­transients
■■ Constellation diagram, selectable per carrier and per
symbol type
■■ Bitstream
■■ Phase and magnitude error
❙❙ Capture length up to 108 slots
­channels is determined by means of a TETRA filter.
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R&S®FS-K112 NFC Measurement Software
❙❙ Automatic detection of NFC-A, NFC-B and NFC-F
transmission methods and manual presetting
❙❙ Measurement of voltage profiles, modulation depth,
modulation index and load modulation including limit
monitoring
❙❙ Measurement of timing parameters (rise/fall times, frame
delay time, overshoot and undershoot)
❙❙ Display of transmitted data and evaluation of commands
and replies (e.g. SENS REQ)
❙❙ Function test: evaluation of listener response to a poll
command
❙❙ Signal and spectrum analyzer/digital oscilloscope
measurements and analysis of data files
❙❙ Use of NFC forum reference polling devices (poller 0,
poller 3, poller 6) to accurately determine the load
modulation
❙❙ Triggering on SENS_REQ and ALL_REQ NFC commands
with the R&S®RTO digital oscilloscope with the
R&S®RTO-K11 option
For spectrum analyzers and oscilloscopes from
Rohde & Schwarz
The R&S®FS-K112PC NFC measurement software extends
the functionality of the R&S®FSV and R&S®FSL signal and
spectrum analyzers and the R&S®RTO digital oscilloscopes
by adding measurement functions for analyzing and measuring NFC signals.
R&S®CSNFC-B8 NFC forum reference equipment
❙❙ Set of antennas for NFC analog measurements
❙❙ Set consisting of three listener antennas, three poller
antennas and two 8-shaped coils
❙❙ Applicable with the R&S®SMBV100A vector signal
generator, R&S®ZVL vector network analyzer, R&S®FSV
signal and spectrum analyzer, R&S®FSL spectrum
analyzer and R&S®RTO digital oscilloscope
Antenna examples.
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R&S®FS-K130PC
Distortion Analysis ­Software
Signal and spectrum analyzers
Amplifier modeling and linearization
The R&S®FS-K130PC distortion analysis software measures and models the linear and nonlinear distortions of
amplifiers, mixers and baseband components. This simplifies and accelerates the development of linearized components, such as power amplifiers. The most important
measurement results are listed in a table to provide a quick
overview of the performance of the transmitter.
❙❙ Measurement of distortion behavior of amplifiers, mixers
and transposers and also direct control of required
measuring instruments, such as signal generators and
signal analyzers, via IEC/IEEE bus, LAN or USB
❙❙ Calculation of coefficients of a distortion model for
DUTs with and without memory in accordance with the
different selectable models (polynomial or Volterra)
❙❙ Calculation of predistortion coefficients
❙❙ Verification of spectral regrowth improvement achieved
Block diagram functions make setup configuration and instrument settings easy and intuitive. The wide variety of measurement results that can
be simultaneously displayed provides a quick overview. The configurable
windows can be easily adjusted to suit various tasks.
R&S®FSW-B160R Realtime Extension
Realtime spectrum.
Seamless display of RF spectra
Equipped with the R&S®FSW-B160R 160 MHz realtime
spectrum analyzer option, the R&S®FSW seamlessly displays RF spectra. It offers a realtime spectrogram in addition to the instantaneous spectrum and a persistence
mode with the signal amplitudes shown in different colors
according to their frequency of occurrence. Frequency-dependent masks help the user reliably detect sporadic signals in the spectrum. While realtime analysis functionality
previously required an extra device, it can now be provided
by simply configuring or retrofitting the R&S®FSW signal
and spectrum analyzer with the R&S®FSW-B160R option.
❙❙ FFT length: selectable from 32k to 16k
❙❙ Realtime analysis bandwidth: up to 160 MHz
❙❙ Signal duration for 100 % POI: 1.87 μs
❙❙ FFT rate: max. 585 938/s
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R&S®FSW-K192
DOCSIS 3.1 OFDM Downstream
New
Analysis of DOCSIS 3.1 signal with R&S®FSW-K192 option.
The R&S®FSW-K192 analyzes DOCSIS 3.1 downstream
signals. This software application offers a wide range of
graphical displays with detailed results as well as tables
listing the key measurement parameters. In addition to
manual input of signal configurations, the R&S®FSW-K192
also offers automatic detection of a variety of signal
parameters.
Modulation quality
❙❙ MER ~57 dB
❙❙ MER versus carrier
❙❙ MER versus symbol
❙❙ MER versus symbol × carrier
❙❙ MER (pilot, data)
❙❙ Constellation diagram
❙❙ Center frequency error
❙❙ Symbol clock error
❙❙ Group delay
Analysis of DOCSIS 3.1 downstream signals
Cable network providers maximize both the downstream
(DS) and upstream (US) data throughput using the existing cable TV network by employing the data over cable
service interface specification (DOCSIS) 3.1.
Decoding
❙❙ LDPC BER
❙❙ LDPC CWER
❙❙ Trigger to frame
R&S®FSW-K193
DOCSIS 3.1 OFDM Upstream
Analysis of DOCSIS 3.1 upstream signals
New
Analysis of DOCSIS 3.1 upstream signal with option R&S®FSW-K193.
Cable network providers maximize both the downstream
(DS) and upstream (US) data throughput using the existing
cable TV network by employing the data over cable service
interface specification (DOCSIS) 3.1. The R&S®FSW-K193
analyzes DOCSIS 3.1 upstream signals. The graphical results and tables are similar to R&S®FSW-K192, even if this
signal has a burst structure and covers a maximum bandwidth of only 96 MHz.
Modulation quality
❙❙ MER ~57 dB
❙❙ MER versus carrier
❙❙ MER versus symbol
❙❙ MER versus symbol × carrier
❙❙ MER (pilot, data)
❙❙ Constellation diagram
❙❙ Center frequency error
❙❙ Symbol clock error
❙❙ Group delay
Spectrum measurements
❙❙ Power spectrum
❙❙ Power versus carrier (synchronous ACP)
❙❙ Spectrum flatness
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Signal and spectrum analyzers
R&S®FS-K196 5G Air Interface Candidates
Extends the capabilities of R&S®FS‑K96 and
R&S®FS‑K96PC
New
The R&S®FS-K196 enables R&D engineers to investigate
the in-band signal properties of generalized frequency division multiplexing (GFDM) and universal filtered multicarrier
(UFMC) which are two of the proposed formats for a 5G
air interface – start developing your 5G transmitter today.
Support of generalized frequency division multiplexing (GFDM).
The R&S®FS-K196 extends the capabilities of the
R&S®FS‑K96 and R&S®FS‑K96PC general purpose OFDM
demodulators by adding two new formats: GFDM and
UFMC. GFDM and UFMC are proposed air interface candidates for 5G. They address the relatively high out-ofband emissions from OFDM signals by filtering the signal,
which changes the signal´s in-band performance.
Researchers and development engineers can use the
R&S®FS-K196 to investigate the effects on signal quality, such as error vector magnitude and the distribution
of signal distortion over both frequency and time. The
R&S®FS‑K196 facilitates the measurement of modulator
parameters such as I/Q imbalance and offset during the
early stages of developing a 5G transmitter, enabling a
faster development.
R&S®VSE-Kxxx
Vector Signal Explorer Software
New
The R&S®VSE vector signal explorer software was developed to bring the
Desktop signal analysis
The R&S®VSE vector signal explorer software brings the
experience and power of Rohde & Schwarz signal analysis
to the desktop, offering a wide range of analysis tools for
troubleshooting and optimizing designs on your PC. The
software enables users to analyze and solve problems in
analog and digitally modulated signals for a wide range
of standards using the signal and spectrum analyzers and
digital oscilloscopes from Rohde & Schwarz.
❙❙ Support of R&S®FSL/FPS/FSV/FSW/RTO
❙❙ Control of multiple instruments from one PC
❙❙ Remote controllable and compatible with R&S®FSW
❙❙ Advanced pulse analysis with R&S®RTO
❙❙ Support of all relevant mobile and wireless
communications standards
power of R&S®FSW signal processing to the engineer’s PC. It analyzes
signals from a wide range of instruments as well as files originating from
simulations or recorded measurements.
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Chapter 5
Signal generators
The portfolio ranges from ultracompact and
unexcelled fast analog and digital signal sources,
optimized for use in production and automated
solutions, to premium class vector signal generators
with multichannel and fading simulation capabilities
for most demanding applications.
Type
Designation
Frequency range
Description
Page
RF vector signal generators
R&S®SMW200A
Vector signal generator
100 kHz to 3/6/12.75/20/31.8/40 GHz
The fine art of signal generation
87
R&S®SMBV100A
Vector signal generator
9 kHz to 3.2 GHz/6 GHz
Generating signals for today and tomorrow
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R&S®SGT100A
SGMA vector RF source
1 MHz to 3 GHz or 6 GHz
Fast and compact production solution
89
R&S®SGS100A
SGMA RF source
1 MHz to 6/12.75 GHz (CW)
80 MHz to 12.75 GHz (I/Q)
Compact – fast – reliable
90
R&S®SGU100A
SGMA up-converter
12 GHz to 20/40 GHz (CW)
12 GHz to 20/40 GHz (I/Q)
High performance up to microwave frequencies
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RF analog signal generators
R&S®SMF100A
Microwave signal generator 100 kHz/1 GHz to 22/43.5 GHz
Signal generation redefined
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R&S®SMA100A
Signal generator
9 kHz to 3 GHz/6 GHz
The standard of excellence in the analog signal
­generator class
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R&S®SMB100A
RF and microwave
signal generator
9 kHz to 1.1/2.2/3.2/6 GHz
100 kHz to 12.75/20/40 GHz
Versatile, compact solution for signal generation
up to 40 GHz
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R&S®SMC100A
Signal generator
9 kHz to 1.1 GHz/3.2 GHz
Flexible and universal all-purpose signal generator
95
R&S®SGS100A
SGMA RF source
1 MHz to 6/12.75 GHz (CW)
80 MHz to 12.75 GHz (I/Q)
Compact – fast – reliable
90
R&S®SGU100A
SGMA up-converter
12 GHz to 20 GHz (CW)
12 GHz to 20 GHz (I/Q)
High performance up to microwave frequencies
91
R&S®SMZ
Frequency multiplier
50/60/75/110 GHz to
75/90/110/170 GHz
Precise and a
­ djustable output levels (for
R&S®SMZ75, R&S®SMZ90 and R&S®SMZ110)
96
Baseband signal generators
R&S®AFQ100A
R&S®AFQ100B
I/Q modulation generator/
UWB signal and I/Q ­modulation generator
High-performance baseband signals
97
R&S®HMF2525
R&S®HMF2550
Arbitrary function
generators
Accurate, versatile and price convenient
98
R&S®EX-IQ-Box
Digital signal interface module
Digital I/Q interface adapter for Rohde & Schwarz
­signal ­generators, analyzers and communications
testers
99
10 μHz to 25/50 MHz
Application-specific solutions
Application firmware packages for Rohde & Schwarz signal generators
100
Software solutions
R&S®WinIQSIM2™
Simulation software
Ideal for the generation of digitally modulated
­signals
113
R&S®Sxx-K3xx
Pulse sequencing, DFS signal generation
Generation of pulsed signals with basic
modulation schemes
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R&S®SMW200A Vector Signal Generator
The fine art of signal generation
The R&S®SMW200A is the vector signal generator
for the most demanding applications. As a result of
its flexibility, performance and intuitive operation,
it is a perfect tool for generating complex, digitally
modulated signals of high quality.
The R&S®SMW200A is the ideal generator for digitally
modulated signals required for the development of new
wideband communications systems, the verification of
3G and 4G base stations or in the aerospace and defense
sector.
The I/Q modulation bandwidth of up to 160 MHz with
internal baseband satisfies fourth-generation ­standards
(e.g. LTE-Advanced and IEEE 802.11ac) and the
R&S®SMW200A is designed to meet future requirements.
Its modular scalable architecture allows users to optimize
the generator to their applications and to upgrade it as
required.
A second RF path can be added, as well as a maximum
of two baseband and four fading simulator modules –
without compromising on signal quality. As a result, the
R&S®SMW200A can create signal scenarios that previously required multiple instruments or could not be implemented at all. From MIMO up to 8x2 via LTE-Advanced
carrier aggregation including fading to multistandard radio
– never before has an instrument offered such high-class
signal generation capability.
If more than two RF paths are required, additional
R&S®SGS100A or R&S®SGT100A signal generator modules
can be connected. The intuitive, touchscreen-based operating concept provides the user with an overview of measurements, no matter how complex and quickly delivers
the desired ­results.
❙❙ Frequency range from 100 kHz to 3 GHz, 6 GHz,
12.75 GHz, 20 GHz, 31.8 GHz or 40 GHz
❙❙ Optional second RF path with 100 kHz up to 3 GHz,
6 GHz, 12.75 GHz or 20 GHz
❙❙ Up to 160 MHz I/Q modulation bandwidth (in RF) with
internal baseband
❙❙ Options for all important digital communications
standards
❙❙ Optional integrated fading simulator with up to 160 MHz
bandwidth
❙❙ Support of all key MIMO modes including 3x3, 4x4 and
8x2, 2x8 and 4x2x2
❙❙ Intuitive operation via touchscreen with block diagram as
key element
Specifications in brief
Specifications in brief
Frequency
I/Q modulation
Frequency range
RF modulation bandwidth
100 kHz to
3/6/12.75/20/31.8/40 GHz
Setting time (SCPI mode, f < 6 GHz) < 1.2 ms, 600 μs (typ.)
Level
Specified level range
3 MHz ≤ f < 20 GHz
Setting time (SCPI mode)
–120 dBm to +18 dBm (PEP)
< 1 ms, 600 μs (typ.)
With external I/Q, “I/Q wideband” on
1 MHz ≤ f ≤ 4 GHz
±25 % of carrier frequency
f > 4 GHz
±1 GHz
With internal baseband,
“I/Q wideband” on, f ≥ 320 MHz
Baseband generator
Spectral purity
Max. waveform length
64/512 Msample, 1 Gsample
Nonharmonics (200 MHz < f <= 1500 MHz)
Supported standards and
­modulation systems
LTE/LTE-Advanced, 3GPP FDD/
HSPA/HSPA+, GSM/EDGE/EDGE
Evolution, CDMA2000®, 1
­ xEV-DO
Rev. A/B, TD-SCDMA, WLAN
IEEE802.11a/b/g/n/j/p/ac, AWGN
and more
Standard (carrier offset > 10 kHz)
< –80 dBc
With R&S®SMW-B22 option
< –90 dBc
SSB phase noise (CW, carrier offset = 20 kHz, f = 1 GHz)
Standard
< –131 dBc, –135 dBc (typ.)
With R&S®SMW-B22 option
< –136 dBc, –139 dBc (typ.)
SSB phase noise (CW, carrier offset = 20 kHz, f = 10 GHz)
Standard
< –111 dBc, –115 dBc (typ.)
With R&S®SMW-B22 option
< –116 dBc, –119 dBc (typ.)
Supported analog modulation
modes
Fading and MIMO
Fading bandwidth
max. 160 MHz
MIMO fading scenarios (depending on options)
2x2, 4x2, 2x4, 3x3, 4x4, 8x2, 2x8,
2x2x2, 2x4x2, 2x2x4, 4x2x2 and
more
Rayleigh, Rice, pure Doppler, static
path, Gaussian, customized and
more
Fading profiles
Analog modulation
±80 MHz
AM, FM (optional), φM (optional),
pulse (optional)
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R&S®SMBV100A Vector Signal Generator
ing back predefined test sequences is available with the
optional baseband arbitrary waveform generator (ARB).
And where it really matters, the optional baseband coder
provides impressive realtime capabilities. It allows the generation of even complex signals directly in the instrument
– no external signal generation software is required.
The R&S®SMBV100A has also been designed for ease of
servicing. Together with its scalability, this helps ensure
very low cost of ownership. The instrument’s compact size
and graphical user interface for intuitive operation help fulfill all possible requirements.
Generating signals for today and tomorrow
The R&S®SMBV100A offers excellent RF performance
along with very high output level and short setting times.
At the same time, the R&S®SMBV100A can be equipped
with an internal baseband generator to allow generation
of a number of digital standards (e.g. 3GPP FDD, HSPA+,
LTE, WLAN IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, GNSS such as GPS and
Glonass). The wide frequency range from 9 kHz to 6 GHz
covers all of the important bands for digital modulation.
Due to its optimal scalability, the R&S®SMBV100A is easy
to customize to meet specific customer requirements. For
production applications, a cost-effective solution for play-
These features make the R&S®SMBV100A ideal in development applications as well as in production and service.
This instrument truly does the job wherever signals with
digital modulation are needed.
❙❙ Internal signal generation for all major digital radio
­standards and use as GNSS simulator, both with optional
­integrated baseband source
❙❙ Highest output level in its class up to 6 GHz, combined
with excellent RF characteristics
❙❙ Lowest cost of ownership due to outstanding
price/­performance ratio and on-site service capabilities
❙❙ Ideal adaptation to customer applications
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
9 kHz to 3.2/6 GHz (CW mode)
1 MHz to 3.2/6 GHz (I/Q mode)
Setting time
< 1.5 ms, < 3 ms (if I/Q modulation is on)
Setting time in list mode
< 1.0 ms
Level
Specified level range
–120 dBm to +18 dBm (PEP)
Setting time
< 1.5 ms, < 3 ms (if I/Q modulation is on)
Setting time in list mode
< 1.0 ms
Spectral purity (at f = 1 GHz)
Nonharmonics (CW, carrier offset > 10 kHz, level > –10 dBm)
< –70 dBc, –84 dBc (typ.)
SSB phase noise (20 kHz carrier offset,1 Hz measurement bandwidth)
< –122 dBc, –128 dBc (typ.)
Wideband noise (carrier offset > 10 MHz, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth, CW)
< –142 dBc
RF modulation bandwidth
Using external I/Q inputs
528 MHz
Using internal baseband section
60/120/160 MHz
Baseband generator
Max. waveform length
32 Msample, 256 Msample, 1 Gsample
Supported standards and digital systems
Depending on options: 3GPP LTE FDD/TDD incl. Rel. 9 and Rel. 10, 3GPP FDD/HSPA/HSPA+, GSM/EDGE/EDGE Evolution, TD-SCDMA, cdmaOne,
CDMA2000®, 1xEV-DO, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/j/p/ac, WiMAX™, TETRA Release 2, Bluetooth®, NFC, user-defined multicarrier CW, AWGN, GNSS (see below), DVB-H/DVB-T, DAB/T-DMB, XM ­Radio, Sirius, HD Radio™, ILS, VOR, DME
GNSS simulation (in realtime)
Supported systems
Number of satellites
Special functions
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GPS, Glonass, Galileo, BeiDou including Augmentation Systems
(SBAS, QZSS, GBAS)
up to 24
moving scenarios (import of NMEA files), multipath, dynamic power
control, atmospheric m
­ odeling, HIL, support for RINEX files
Signal generators
R&S®SGT100A SGMA Vector RF Source
Fast and compact production solution
The R&S®SGT100A is an RF vector signal generator with
an integrated baseband generator. It has been optimized
for use in production and automated applications. Designed as a fast and compact, space-saving solution, it
provides top speed to ensure optimized throughput and
fits into any test system.
❙❙ Fastest vector signal generator with frequency and
level switchover times of 240 µs (typ.) for optimized
throughput in production
❙❙ Smallest standalone vector signal generator up to 6 GHz
with integrated baseband generator (1 HU ½ 19")
❙❙ Integrated baseband generator with I/Q modulation
bandwidth of up to 160 MHz (in RF) supporting all
advanced digital standards, including IEEE 802.11ac
❙❙ Excellent RF performance for EVM and ACLR
❙❙ Easy signal generation for digital standards such as
LTE and LTE-Advanced using the R&S®WinIQSIM2 ™
simulation software
❙❙ Ideal enhancement for the R&S®SMW200A in MIMO
applications with more than two receiving antennas
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
CW mode and I/Q mode
1 MHz to 3 GHz
with the R&S®SGT-KB106 option
CW mode and I/Q mode
1 MHz to 6 GHz
Setting time
with PCIe remote control
< 500 µs
Input frequency for external reference
into R&S®SGT100A
10 MHz, 100 MHz, 1000 MHz
Level
Specified level range
Setting time
–120 dBm to +17 dBm (PEP)
with PCIe remote control,
setting characteristic: AUTO
< 500 µs
Harmonics
level ≤ 8 dBm, CW, I/Q wideband off
< –30 dBc
Nonharmonics
level > –10 dBm, offset > 10 kHz from carrier,
< –76 dBc
f ≤ 1.5 GHz
10 MHz carrier offset, level > 5 dBm,
< –145 dBc
1 Hz meas. bandwidth, CW
20 kHz carrier offset, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth
Spectral purity
Wideband noise
SSB phase noise
f = 1 GHz
< –126 dBc; –133 dBc (typ.)
f = 6 GHz
< –110 dBc; –117 dBc (typ.)
Pulse modulation
optional, with the R&S®SGT-K22 option
on/off ratio > 80 dB
Minimum pulse width
using the integrated pulse generator
20 ns
I/Q modulation
I/Q modulator bandwidth (RF)
Waveform length
using an external analog signal,
100 MHz < f ≤ 2.5 GHz, I/Q wideband
2.5 GHz < f ≤ 6 GHz, I/Q wideband
integrated baseband source
❙❙ R&S®SGT-K521 option
❙❙ R&S®SGT-K521 and R&S®SGT-K522 options
❙❙ R&S®SGT-K521, R&S®SGT-K522 and
R&S®SGT-K523 options
in one-sample steps
20 % of carrier frequency
1 GHz
60 MHz
120 MHz
160 MHz
240 MHz
1 sample to 32 Msample
R&S®SGT-K511 option
1 sample to 256 Msample
R&S®SGT-K511 and R&S®SGT-K512 options
1 sample to 1 Gsample
Waveform changeover time in multisegment
waveform mode
Sample resolution
50 MHz clock rate
(external trigger, without clock change)
equivalent to D/A converter
5 µs (meas.)
ACLR
WCDMA 3GPP FDD, TM 1-64
> 68 dB; 71 dB (typ.)
EVM
IEEE 802.11ac, 160 MHz, MCS 9
0.4 % (typ.)
Supported standards
through R&S®WinIQSIM2™ with additional
options
EUTRA/LTE, LTE-Advanced, 3GPP FDD incl. HSPA/HSPA+, GSM/EDGE/EDGE Evolution,
TD-SCDMA, CDMA2000®/1xEV-DO, TETRA, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/p/ac, IEEE 802.16, Bluetooth®, NFC,
DVB-H/DVB-T, DAB/T-DMB, GPS, Galileo, Glonass, BeiDou
16 bit
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R&S®SGS100A SGMA RF Source
Compact – fast – reliable
The R&S®SGS100A is an RF source designed to meet the
requirements of automated test systems. It is available as
a CW source or as a vector signal generator with an integrated I/Q modulator. With its frequency range of up to
12.75 GHz, the vector signal generator version covers the
essential digital signals. The CW version can be used as a
flexible local oscillator as well as for interference testing
against mobile radio standards.
❙❙ Smallest fully integrated vector signal generator on the
market, space-saving design for system integration
❙❙ High throughput due to very short frequency and level
setting times of 280 µs (typ.) via PCIe interface
❙❙ Smallest fully integrated vector signal generator on the
market, space-saving design for system integration
❙❙ Enables high throughput due to very short frequency and
level setting times of typ. 280 µs via PCIe interface
❙❙ Excellent RF performance in a compact format
❙❙ Maximum output level of typ. +22 dBm for
compensating losses in the setup
❙❙ Closed ALC loop for CW and I/Q modes for highest level
repeatability
❙❙ Wear-free electronic attenuator for high reliability up to
12.75 GHz
❙❙ Low initial costs and low cost of ownership
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
with the R&S®SGS-B106 option
with the R&S®SGS-B106 and R&S®SGS-B112 options
with the R&S®SGS-B106V option
with the R&S®SGS-B106V and R&S®SGS-B112V options
1 MHz to 6 GHz
1 MHz to 12.75 GHz
1 MHz to 6 GHz (CW), 80 MHz to 6 GHz (I/Q)
1 MHz to 12.75 GHz (CW), 80 MHz to 12.75 GHz (I/Q)
with the R&S®SGS-B26 option
–10 dBm to +15 dBm (PEP)
–120 dBm to +15 dBm (PEP) 1)
0.01 dB
Level
Specified level range
Resolution of setting
Level error
Spectral purity
Harmonics
Nonharmonics
Subharmonics
SSB phase noise
I/Q modulator
Modulation bandwidth
Carrier leakage
Suppression of image sideband
Error vector
setting characteristic: auto, temperature range from +18 °C
to +33 °C
1 MHz ≤ f ≤ 3 GHz
3 GHz < f ≤ 12.75 GHz
level ≤ 8 dBm, CW, I/Q wideband off
level > –10 dBm, offset > 10 kHz from carrier
f ≤ 1.5 GHz
1.5 GHz < f ≤ 3 GHz
3 GHz < f ≤ 6 GHz
6 GHz < f ≤ 12.75 GHz
level > –10 dBm 2)
f ≤ 3 GHz
3 GHz < f ≤ 6.5 GHz
6.5 GHz ≤ f ≤ 12.75 GHz
20 kHz carrier offset, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth
f = 1 GHz
f = 2 GHz
f = 10 GHz
80 MHz < f ≤ 1 GHz
1 GHz < f ≤ 12.7 GHz
100 MHz < f ≤ 2.5 GHz, I/Q wideband
2.5 GHz < f ≤ 12.25 GHz, I/Q wideband
without input signal, referenced to full-scale input
up to ±10 MHz
measured with 16QAM, filter root cosine α = 0.5, 10 kHz
symbol rate
f > 80 MHz, RMS
f > 80 MHz, peak value
PEP = peak envelope power.
> 0 dBm for instruments without the R&S®SGS-B26 electronic step attenuator.
1)
2)
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< 0.5 dB
< 0.9 dB
< –30 dBc
< –76 dBc
< –70 dBc
< –64 dBc
< –58 dBc
< –76 dBc
< –68 dBc
< –60 dBc
< –126 dBc, –133 dBc (meas.)
< –120 dBc, –127 dBc (meas.)
< –106 dBc, –113 dBc (meas.)
±5 % of carrier frequency
±50 MHz
±20 % of carrier frequency
±500 MHz
< –45 dBc, < –55 dBc (meas.)
40 dB (meas.)
< (0.4 % + 0.2 % × f/GHz)
< (0.8 % + 0.4 % × f/GHz)
Signal generators
R&S®SGU100A SGMA Upconverter
tension kit provides the required electrical connections and
mechanical stabilization on the front and rear panel. The
combined instruments offer the same connections as the
R&S®SGS100A itself: one RF output for the entire frequency range and one analog I/Q input for vector modulation.
In this setup, tasks are spread automatically and transparently between the two instruments so that users feel as if
they are operating one instrument instead of two.
Two instruments into one: one RF output for the
entire frequency range
Seamless integration into existing user interfaces
When connected via LAN or PCIe, the R&S®SGU100A
is controlled completely via the R&S®SGS100A. The
R&S®SGMA-GUI PC software displays the R&S®SGU100A
as an extension to the R&S®SGS100A and adjusts the
maximum settable frequency range.
The R&S®SGU100A SGMA upconverter offers a frequency
extension to 20 GHz or 40 GHz. When the R&S®SGS100A
and the R&S®SGU100A are connected, they act as a single
instrument for both remote control and manual operation
via the R&S®SGMA-GUI PC software. The R&S®SGU-Z4 ex-
Equipped with the R&S®SGU100A, the R&S®SGS100A
covers the entire frequency range from 10 MHz to 40 GHz
without modulation and from 80 MHz to 40 GHz with
­vector modulation.
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Output frequency range
Input frequency range
Level
Specified level range 1)
Level error 1)
Spectral purity
Harmonics
Nonharmonics 2)
Subharmonics
I/Q modulator
Modulation bandwidth
RF frequency response
Carrier leakage
Suppression of image sideband
Error vector 1)
In combination with R&S®SGS100A.
1)
with R&S®SGU-B120, R&S®SGU-B120V options
10 MHz to 20 GHz
with R&S®SGU-B140, R&S®SGU-B140V options
10 MHz to 40 GHz
❙❙ For frequency settings below 12 GHz, the CW or modulated input signal is amplified 10 MHz to 12.75 GHz
and sent to the output of the instrument or to the optional step attenuator
❙❙ For frequency settings > 12 GHz, the input CW signal is used to generate the I/Q
modulator LO or CW output RF signal
instruments equipped with R&S®SGU-B120 or R&S®SGU-B120V, without option R&S®SGU-B26
10 MHz < f ≤ 50 MHz (bypass mode)
–10 dBm to +8 dBm (PEP)
50 MHz < f ≤ 12 GHz (bypass mode)
–10 dBm to +15 dBm (PEP)
12 GHz < f ≤ 20 GHz
–10 dBm to +17 dBm (PEP)
instruments equipped with R&S®SGU-B140 or R&S®SGU-B140V, without option R&S®SGU-B26
10 MHz < f ≤ 50 MHz (bypass mode)
–10 dBm to +7 dBm (PEP)
50 MHz < f ≤ 12 GHz (bypass mode)
–10 dBm to +13 dBm (PEP)
12 GHz < f ≤ 40 GHz
–10 dBm to +15 dBm (PEP)
setting characteristic: AUTO, temperature range from +18 °C to +33 °C, CW or I/Q mode with full scale modulation
10 MHz < f ≤ 12 GHz
< 0.9 dB (meas.)
12 GHz < f ≤ 20 GHz, > –30 dBm
< 0.9 dB
12 GHz < f ≤ 20 GHz, ≤ –30 dBm
< 1.1 dB
20 GHz < f ≤ 40 GHz, > –30 dBm
< 0.9 dB
20 GHz < f ≤ 40 GHz, –70 dBm to –30 dBm
< 1.1 dB
20 GHz < f ≤ 40 GHz, < –70 dBm
< 1.5 dB
f > 12 GHz, level ≤ 8 dBm
level > –10 dBm, offset > 10 kHz from carrier , 12 GHz < f ≤ 20 GHz
level > –10 dBm, offset > 10 kHz from carrier, f > 20 GHz
f > 12 GHz
< –30 dBc
< –56 dBc (meas.)
< –50 dBc (meas.)
< –55 dBc, < –65 dBc (typ.)
f > 12 GHz
up to ± 100 MHz
up to ±1000 MHz
without input signal, referenced to full-scale input 2)
up to ±10 MHz 2)
measured with 16QAM, filter root cosine, α = 0.5, symbol rate 10 MHz
f > 12 GHz, RMS
f > 12 GHz, peak value
up to ±1000 MHz
< 2 dB (meas.)
< 6 dB (meas.)
< –35 dBc, < –45 dBc (typ.)
40 dB (meas.)
2)
< (2 % + 0.04 % × f/GHz)
< (5 % + 0.1 % × f/GHz)
Value applies after internal readjustment.
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Signal generators
R&S®SMF100A
Microwave Signal G
­ enerator
Signal generation redefined
Signal quality, speed and flexibility are decisive properties
for a signal generator in the microwave range.
The R&S®SMF100A microwave signal generator is a firstrate, state-of-the-art microwave signal generator that sets
new standards. It covers the numerous fields of application encountered in R&D, production, service, maintenance and repair.
The R&S®SMF100A signal generator offers a modern
graphical user interface for fast and intuitive operation. The
settings – which, for the first time in a microwave signal
generator, can be controlled via a block diagram – and the
signal flow can be seen at a glance.
❙❙ Max. frequency range from 100 kHz to 22/43.5 GHz
❙❙ Excellent SSB phase noise of –120 dBc (typ.)
(at 10 GHz with 10 kHz carrier offset)
❙❙ Very high output power of +25 dBm (typ.)
❙❙ Optional pulse modulator with e
­ xcellent data:
> 80 dB on/off ratio, < 10 ns rise/fall time,
< 20 ns pulse width
❙❙ Optional pulse generator
❙❙ Optional removable compact flash disk to meet high
­security ­requirements
❙❙ Connector for R&S®NRPxxS/SN power sensors for
precise ­power measurement
❙❙ Usable for scalar network analysis with R&S®NRPxxS/SN
and R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensors connected
❙❙ Remote control via GPIB, Ethernet or USB
The R&S®SMF100A operates in the wide frequency range
from 100 kHz to 43.5 GHz with specific configurations. In
addition to CW signals, all common types of analog modulation (AM, FM, φM, PM) or combinations thereof can be
generated.
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
100 kHz/1 GHz to 22/43.5 GHz
Setting time
< 4 ms
Setting time in list mode
< 750 µs (typ.)
Level
Level range (depending on options)
–130 dBm to +24 dBm (PEP)
Setting time
< 3 ms
Setting time in list mode
< 750 µs (typ.)
Spectral purity (at f = 10 GHz)
Nonharmonics (carrier offset > 3 kHz)
< –62 dBc
SSB phase noise (20 kHz carrier offset, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth)
< –115 dBc
Wideband noise (carrier offset > 10 MHz, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth, CW)
< –148 dBc (typ.)
Analog modulation
Pulse
Rise/fall time (f > 1 GHz)
< 10 ns
On/off ratio
> 80 dB
AM depth
0 % to 100 %
Maximum FM deviation
40 MHz (f > 21 GHz)
Maximum φM deviation
640 rad (f > 21 GHz)
Special features
Depending on options
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analog ramp sweep, logarithmic AM, pulse train, power analysis
(with R&S®NRPxxS/SN power sensors)
Signal generators
R&S®SMA100A Signal Generator
In addition, a low-­jitter clock synthesizer option supplies
differential clock signals of up to 1.5 GHz i­ndependently of
the RF frequency. This makes the R&S®SMA100A suitable
for a variety of applications – from use in phase noise test
systems through to tests on mixed-signal ICs.
The R&S®SMA100A ­signal generator also offers a modern
graphical user i­nterface for fast and intuitive operation.
The standard of excellence in the analog signal
­generator class
Signal quality, speed and flexibility are the criteria by which
signal generators are measured today. The R&S®SMA100A
perfectly meets these criteria and is a premium-class
­analog generator that sets standards due to its outstanding characteristics.
The R&S®SMA100A combines ­superior signal quality with
very high setting speed, which makes it ideal for any task.
Whether in development, production, service or maintenance, the R&S®SMA100A does an excellent job.
In the frequency range from 9 kHz to 6 GHz, it can generate CW signals as well as all common types of analog
­modulation (AM, FM, φM, PM). Excellent specifications
and a wide range of modulation signals are the characteristic features of the R&S®SMA100A.
The R&S®NRPxxS/SN power sensors can be connected
to the R&S®SMA100A. The user can therefore perform
very precise power measurements directly with the signal
­generator.
❙❙ Very low SSB phase noise of typ. –134 dBc
(20 kHz carrier o
­ ffset, f = 1 GHz, 1 Hz measurement
­bandwidth), –139.5 dBc (typ.) with the R&S®SMA-B22
­enhanced phase noise performance option
❙❙ Wideband noise of –162 dBc (meas.) with carrier offset
> 40 MHz, f = 1 GHz, level = 9 dBm, 1 Hz measurement
bandwidth
❙❙ Nonharmonics < –96 dBc (carrier offset > 10 kHz,
f < 750 MHz, with the R&S®SMA-B22 option)
❙❙ High-stability reference oscillator as standard
❙❙ Very low phase noise at low f­ requencies due to internal
division of the fundamental frequency range (750 MHz to
1500 MHz) down to 6.6 MHz
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
9 kHz to 3/6 GHz
Setting time
< 2 ms
Setting time in list mode
< 450 µs
Level
Level range
–145 dBm to +18 dBm (PEP)
Setting time
< 1.5 ms
Setting time in list mode
< 450 µs
Spectral purity (at f = 1 GHz)
Nonharmonics (carrier offset > 10 kHz)
Standard
< –80 dBc
With option
< –92 dBc
SSB phase noise (20 kHz carrier offset, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth)
Standard
< –131 dBc, –134 dBc (typ.)
With option
< –136 dBc, –141 dBc (typ.)
Wideband noise (carrier offset > 10 MHz,1 Hz measurement bandwidth, CW)
< –153 dBc
Analog modulation
Pulse
Rise/fall time (f > 180 MHz)
< 20 ns, < 7 ns (typ.)
On/off ratio
> 80 dB
AM depth
0 % to 100 %
Maximum FM deviation
40 MHz (f > 3 GHz)
Maximum φM deviation
80 rad (f > 3 GHz)
Special features
Depending on options
VOR/ILS, DME signal generation, pulse train, power analysis (with
R&S®NRPxxS/SN power sensors)
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Signal generators
R&S®SMB100A
RF and Microwave Signal Generator
Versatile, compact solution for signal generation
up to 40 GHz
The compact, versatile R&S®SMB100A RF and microwave
signal generator with a frequency range up to 40 GHz provides outstanding spectral purity and high output power.
In addition, it features easy operation, comprehensive
functionality and low cost of ownership.
Its wide frequency range covers a large number of challenging applications. The R&S®SMB100A is the perfect
choice for applications in the important ISM bands up
to 5.7 GHz as well as for EMC applications because
of its lower frequency limit of 9 kHz. Furthermore,
the R&S®SMB100A can be ideally used for ­measuring
the blocking characteristic up to a CW frequency of
12.75 GHz, as specified in various telecommunications
standards. When it comes to frequently changing level settings, this is the first time that a wear-free electronic step
attenuator is used in this frequency range.
Two frequency options up to 20 GHz and 40 GHz are available to cover the microwave range. These options are suitable for tests on radar systems and antennas in the X and
K bands, for example.
❙❙ Wide frequency range from 9 kHz to 6 GHz or from
100 kHz to 40 GHz
❙❙ Excellent signal characteristics with low SSB phase noise
of –128 dBc (typ.) (at 1 GHz, 20 kHz offset)
❙❙ High output power of up to +27 dBm (typ.)
❙❙ All important analog modulations with AM, FM/φM and
pulse modulation supported
❙❙ Compact size with only two height units and low weight
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range (depending on options)
R&S®SMB-B101/-B102/-B103/-B106
9 kHz to 1.1/2.2/3.2/6 GHz
R&S®SMB-B112/-B112L/-B120/-B120L/-B140/-B140L
100 kHz to 12.75/20/40 GHz
Setting time
< 3 ms
Level
Maximum output power
Setting time
R&S®SMB-B101/-B102/-B103/-B106/-B112/-B112L
1 MHz < f ≤ 12.75 GHz
R&S®SMB-B120 with R&S®SMB-B31
50 MHz < f ≤ 20 GHz
R&S®SMB-B120L with R&S®SMB-B31
100 MHz < f ≤ 20 GHz
R&S®SMB-B140 with R&S®SMB-B32
50 MHz < f ≤ 40 GHz
R&S®SMB-B140L with R&S®SMB-B32
50 MHz < f ≤ 40 GHz
without switching the mechanical attenuator
> +18 dBm
with switching the mechanical attenuator
< 25 ms
f = 1 GHz, carrier offset = 20 kHz,
1 Hz measurement bandwidth
f = 10 GHz, carrier offset = 20 kHz,
1 Hz measurement bandwidth
< –122 dBc, –128 dBc (typ.)
> +16 dBm
> +19 dBm
> +13 dBm
> +16 dBm
< 2.5 ms
Spectral purity
SSB phase noise
< –102 dBc, –108 dBc (typ.)
Analog modulation
Pulse
Rise/fall time
< 500 ns, 100 ns (typ.)
On/off ratio
> 80 dB
AM depth
0 % to 100 %
Maximum FM deviation
138 MHz (f > 25.5 GHz)
Maximum φM deviation
1280 rad (f > 25.5 GHz)
Connectivity
Remote control
GPIB IEEE-488.2, Ethernet (TCP/IP), USB
Peripherals
USB
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Signal generators
R&S®SMC100A Signal Generator
Total cost of ownership is an important factor when
­purchasing a measuring instrument. The R&S®SMC100A,
apart from offering a low initial cost, also boasts low service costs since users can replace defective modules on
their own and verify the level repeatability and accuracy by
using the R&S®NRP-Z91/R&S®NRP-Z92 power sensors.
These outstanding features make the R&S®SMC100A ideal
for use in service and maintenance labs. Due to its small
dimensions and lightweight design, the R&S®SMC100A is
also the perfect choice for field applications or training and
education environments.
Flexible and universal all-purpose signal generator
The R&S®SMC100A offers outstanding signal quality at an
attractive price. It covers the frequency range from 9 kHz
to 1.1 GHz or 3.2 GHz. Output power is > +17 dBm (typ.).
All important functions (AM, FM, φM, PM) are already integrated in the instrument. This makes the R&S®SMC100A
signal generator a flexible and versatile ­instrument.
❙❙ Smallest size and best price/performance ratio in its class
❙❙ Frequency range from 9 kHz to 1.1 GHz/3.2 GHz
❙❙ Maximum output level of > +17 dBm (typ.)
❙❙ AM/FM/φM/PM provided as standard
❙❙ Integrated overvoltage protection
❙❙ Wear-free electronic attenuator
❙❙ Minimized total cost of ownership
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
9 kHz to 1.1/3.2 GHz
Setting time
< 5 ms, 2 ms (typ.)
Level
Level range
–145 dBm to +18 dBm (PEP)
Setting time
< 5 ms, 2 ms (typ.)
Spectral purity (at f = 1 GHz)
Nonharmonics (carrier offset > 10 kHz)
< –60 dBc
SSB phase noise (20 kHz carrier offset, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth)
< –105 dBc, –111 dBc (typ.)
Wideband noise (carrier offset > 10 MHz, 1 Hz measurement bandwidth, CW)
< –138 dBc, –148 dBc (typ.)
Analog modulation
Pulse
Rise/fall time
< 500 ns, 100 ns (typ.)
On/off ratio
> 80 dB
AM depth
0 % to 100 %
Maximum FM deviation
4 MHz (f > 1.6 GHz)
Maximum φM deviation
40 rad (f > 1.6 GHz)
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Signal generators
R&S®SMZ Frequency Multiplier
Precise output levels from 50 GHz to 170 GHz
The R&S®SMZ family of frequency multipliers combines
easy handling and precise output levels in the frequency
range from 50 GHz to 170 GHz. It can be used in diverse
applications, e.g. in the automotive sector with distance
radars, in astronomy with sophisticated telescopes and in
radar interferometry for analyzing the earth's surface.
The family of frequency multipliers consists of four models
R&S®SMZ75/90/110/170 as well as optional ­attenuators
(the attenuator is not available for R&S®SMZ170). The
attenuator is integrated into the same housing as the
frequency multiplier, which simplifies handling. The
R&S®SMZ can be controlled via USB in different ways.
The most convenient way is to use the R&S®SMZ together
with the R&S®SMF100A or R&S®SMB100A microwave
signal generator. This combination operates as a single
unit allowing users to directly enter the wanted frequency and the target level at the R&S®SMZ output on the
R&S®SMF100A or R&S®SMB100A (input of the target level
is not possible for the R&S®SMZ170). The alternative is to
use the R&S®SMZ-K1 external PC software for controlling
the R&S®SMZ frequency multiplier and the microwave signal generator.
Compared with conventional setups, this one-box solution
significantly simplifies setup and operation. Via USB, the
R&S®SMF100A or R&S®SMB100A receives all necessary
data of the connected R&S®SMZ, such as the configuration, the multiplication factor and in particular the precalibrated frequency response. The R&S®SMF100A or
R&S®SMB100A is able to perform automatic correction,
which helps ensure that the frequency and level values set
on the R&S®SMF100A or R&S®SMB100A will actually be
available at the R&S®SMZ output. A costly, error-prone and
time-consuming level measurement using level detectors
or power sensors, which is common for conventional setups, is no longer required.
Very low single sideband phase noise is achieved owing
to the interaction with the high-end R&S®SMF100A microwave signal generator. For a CW signal of 60 GHz,
for example, an outstanding –100 dBc (10 kHz offset) is
achieved after six-fold frequency multiplication with the
R&S®SMZ75.
Frequency multiplier and attenuators
Frequency
Input frequency range
R&S®SMZ75
8.33 GHz to 12.5 GHz
R&S®SMZ90
10 GHz to 15 GHz
R&S®SMZ110
12.5 GHz to 18.4 GHz
R&S®SMZ170
9.1 GHz to 14.2 GHz
R&S®SMZ75
50 GHz to 75 GHz
R&S®SMZ90
60 GHz to 90 GHz
R&S®SMZ110
75 GHz to 110 GHz
R&S®SMZ170
110 GHz to 170 GHz
Input level
R&S®SMZ75/90/110/170
+6.7 dBm to +7.3 dBm
Output level
R&S®SMZ75/90/110
+5 dBm (typ.)
with mechanically controlled attenuator
+4 dBm (typ.)
with electronically controlled attenuator
+1 dBm (typ.)
R&S®SMZ170
+8 dBm (typ.)
with R&S®SMZ-B75M/-B90M/-B110M option
(mechanically controlled attenuator)
with R&S®SMZ-B75E/-B90E/-B110E option
(electronically controlled attenuator)
< –25 dBm
R&S®SMZ75/90/110/170
< –20 dBc (typ.)
Input
R&S®SMZ75/90/110/170
K female (50 Ω)
Output
R&S®SMZ75/90/110/170
WR15/WR12/WR10/WR6.5 waveguide
Output frequency range
Level
Minimum output level
< –15 dBm
Spectral purity
Harmonics, subharmonics, in-band spurious
Connectors
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Signal generators
R&S®AFQ100A I/Q Modulation Generator,
R&S®AFQ100B UWB Signal and
I/Q ­Modulation Generator
High-performance baseband signals
Whether in the commercial or aerospace and defense
field, customers require excellent signal quality, speed and
high flexibility when selecting a signal source. Besides,
there is a growing need for development and testing in
the digital baseband domain. The signals to be created
are ­increasingly complex and dynamic. They use complex
modulation schemes and demand more and more bandwidth. The R&S®AFQ100A and the R&S®AFQ100B are
two state-of-the-art, self-contained and flexible baseband
sources that perfectly meet these requirements.
Featuring a maximum clock rate of 300 MHz, a bandwidth of 200 MHz (RF) and a waveform memory of up to
1 Gsample, the R&S®AFQ100A provides the functionality
and flexibility that is required for development and production tests on receivers and components of modern digital
communications standards such as WiMAX™ and LTE.
The ¸AFQ100B with a bandwidth of 528 MHz (RF), a
clock rate of 600 MHz and a waveform memory of up to
1 Gsample is perfectly suited for applications that require
more bandwidth. Examples are the support of broadband
digital communications systems such as ultrawideband
(UWB) or radar applications where signals with extremely
short pulses and short rise and fall times are needed.
Both R&S®AFQ family members combine flexibility with
outstanding signal quality. Their spurious suppression,
for example, is first-rate and their frequency response extremely linear. All these essential features combined with a
wealth of other functions make the R&S®AFQ100A and the
R&S®AFQ100B very versatile baseband generators.
Specifications in brief
Output memory
Memory clock of the R&S®AFQ100A
1 kHz to 300 MHz
Memory clock of the R&S®AFQ100B
Max. waveform length (data and markers)
1 kHz to 300 MHz (mode 1)
600 MHz (mode 2)
256 Msample/512 Msample/1 Gsample
Amplitude resolution of data words
16 bit, analog and digital
System bandwidth (RF) of the R&S®AFQ100A
200 MHz
System bandwidth (RF) of the R&S®AFQ100B
200 MHz (mode 1), 528 MHz (mode 2)
Signal output
Number of outputs
1 (I and Q)
Resolution
14 bit
Output (unbalanced)
1 V (V pp)
Level range
0 V to 1.5 V (V pp)
Frequency response
±0.1 dB up to 100 MHz
Output (balanced) of the R&S®AFQ100A
2 V (V pp)
Level range
0 V to 3 V (V pp)
Frequency response
±0.1 dB up to 100 MHz
Output (balanced) of the R&S®AFQ100B
1 V (V pp)
Level range
0 V to 1.4 V (V pp)
Frequency response
±2.5 dB up to 264 MHz
Spurious-free dynamic range of the R&S®AFQ100A
83 dBc (typ.)
Spurious-free dynamic range of the R&S®AFQ100B
78 dBc (typ.)
Digital outputs
Port 1
multiplexed I/Q data stream, compatible with other Rohde & Schwarz equipment
Port 2
parallel I/Q interface
Supported standards and digital systems (with R&S®WinIQSIM2™)
R&S®AFQ100A/R&S®AFQ100B, depending on options
R&S®AFQ100B, depending on options
3GPP LTE FDD/TDD incl. Rel. 9 and Rel. 10, 3GPP FDD/HSPA/HSPA+, TD-SCDMA,
GSM/EDGE/EDGE Evolution, cdmaOne, CDMA2000®, 1xEV-DO, TETRA Release 2,
IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, WiMAX™, Bluetooth®, user-defined multicarrier CW, AWGN,
GPS, DVB-H/DVB-T, DAB/T-DMB, XM Radio, S
­ irius, HD Radio™
ECMA-368/IEEE 802.15.3a (UWB)
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Signal generators
R&S®HMF2525/R&S®HMF2550
Arbitrary Function Generators
Accurate, versatile and price convenient
❙❙ Frequency range: 10 μHz to 25/50 MHz
❙❙ Triangle waveforms up to 10 MHz
❙❙ Output voltage: 5 mV to 10 V (V pp) into 50 Ω load
❙❙ Total harmonic distortion: 0.04 % (f < 100 kHz)
❙❙ Waveforms: sine, square, triangle/ramp, pulse, arbitrary
(incl. predefined waveforms such as white/pink noise,
cardinal sine, exponential rise/fall)
❙❙ Modulation modes: AM, FM, pulse, PWM, FSK
(internal and external)
❙❙ External connectors: TRIGGER (I/O), SWEEP (O),
MODULATION (I)
❙❙ External reference input/output (10 MHz) via
BNC connector
❙❙ Arbitrary waveform generator: 250 Msample/s, 14 bit,
256k points
❙❙ PC software (free of charge) to easily create user-defined
waveforms
❙❙ Oscillographic signal display in realtime
❙❙ Front USB connector to easily save and recall waveforms
and settings
❙❙ RS-232/USB dual interface for remote control
❙❙ Fanless design
Options
Designation
Type
Dual Ethernet/USB Interface
HO732
IEEE-488 (GPIB) Interface, ­galvanically isolated
HO740
Specifications in brief
Device characteristics (all specifications valid into 50 Ω load)
Models
HMF2525
HMF2550
Waveforms
Standard
Arbitrary waveforms
Predefined waveforms
Operation modes
Modulation types
Temperature stability
Aging (after one year)
Output characteristics
Waveform output
Output impedance
Signal output
Overload protection
Amplitude
Range
Resolution
Units
Accuracy
DC Offset
Range
Resolution
Units
Accuracy
+18 °C to +28 °C
+25 °C
1 channel, frequency range to 25 MHz
1 channel, frequency range to 50 MHz
sine, square, pulse, ramp, triangle
up to 256 kSample
sine, square (50 %), ramp (positive/negative),
­triangle (50 %), noise (white/pink), cardinal sine,
exponential (rise/fall)
continuous, modulate, sweep, burst
AM, FM, PM, FSK, PWM
1 × 10–6
±1 × 10–6
BNC socket, front panel
50 Ω
on, off, inverted
short-circuit-proof, max. ±15 V of external voltage
into 50 Ω
5 mV (V pp) to 10 V (V pp)
open circuit
10 mV (V pp) to 20 V (V pp)
1 mV
V (V pp) or dBm, selectable
±1 % of setting, ±1 mV (V pp) at 1 kHz
into 50 Ω
open circuit
into 50 Ω
±5 mV to 5 V
±10 mV to 10 V
1 mV
V
±2 % of offset setting
±0.5 % of amplitude setting
±2 mV, ±1 mV/MHz
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R&S®EX-IQ-Box
Digital Signal Interface Module
Digital I/Q interface adapter for ­Rohde & Schwarz
­signal ­generators, analyzers and communications
testers
The R&S®EX-IQ-Box is a digital signal interface module
that provides flexible digital baseband inputs or outputs
for Rohde & Schwarz signal generators, signal analyzers
and communications testers. Its main application field is
the conversion of digital I/Q signals of ­Rohde & Schwarz
instruments into user-defined or standardized digital signal formats and vice versa. The device under test (DUT) is
connected via adapter boards (= breakout boards) that are
plugged directly into the R&S®EX-IQ-Box.
❙❙ Conversion of digital I/Q signals to and from the DUT
❙❙ Flexible user-defined digital I/Q interface settings
(I/Q ­format, bit alignment, clock rate, logic levels, etc.)
❙❙ Two breakout boards included (single-ended, differential
connectors) for connection of the DUT
❙❙ Easy interface configuration via enclosed
R&S®DigIConf software
❙❙ Transient recorder in R&S®DigIConf for visual control of
generated digital signals (I/Q diagram, vector d
­ iagram,
CCDF, spectrum)
CPRI™ digital interface protocol
❙❙ Test of CPRI™ radio equipment (RE) and/or
radio e
­ quipment control (REC)
❙❙ Predefined interface settings
❙❙ Flexible or packed antenna-carrier (AxC) allocation
❙❙ Antenna-carrier (AxC) grouping
❙❙ Easy interface configuration via R&S®DiglConf software
❙❙ Direct waveform playback from 64 Msample
R&S®EX-IQ-Box waveform memory (optional)
❙❙ Multiwaveform playback for output of up to
four waveforms (optional)
❙❙ Recording memory (512 Mbyte) for capturing I/Q data
that is received via the CPRI™ link (optional)
❙❙ Support of R&S®WinIQSIM2™ waveform creation
­software
Specifications in brief
User-defined digital interface protocol
I/Q format
parallel, serial
Sample rate
1 kHz to 100 MHz/200 MHz (SN > 102 000)
Word size
4 bit to 18 bit (depending on R
­ ohde & Schwarz ­instrument)
Logic level
LVTTL, CMOS, LVDS
Max. clock rate
100 MHz (parallel)/400 MHz (serial)
CPRI™ digital interface protocol (optional)
Simulation mode
REC (to test RE), RE (to test REC)
Link direction
uplink, downlink, full-duplex
Supported mobile standards
Control and m
­ anagement
3GPP FDD (incl. HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+), 3GPP LTE FDD/TDD incl.
Rel. 9, CDMA2000®, WiMAX™
realtime via attached instrument, PN16 or PN20 bit pattern via internal test
generator, internal w
­ aveform memory (optional)
one selectable I/Q signal inside r­ eceived CPRI™ frame in realtime via
­attached instrument, internal recording memory (­optional)
fast C&M (Ethernet), slow C&M (HDLC), v
­ endor-specific data
Visualization
graphical display of CPRI™ basic frame c
­ onfiguration
CPRI™ specific ­breakout board
support of SFP modules for optical link, SMA connectors for monitoring or
supply of RX input signal
I/Q payload input
I/Q payload output
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Application-­specific solutions
The tables provide an overview of the digital modulation
systems supported by Rohde & Schwarz signal generators
and show the wide range of applications covered.
R&S®EX-IQ-Box
R&S®AFQ100B
R&S®AFQ100A
R&S®SGT100A
Option
R&S®SMW
R&S®SMBV
R&S®SMBV100A
R&S®SMW200A
Digital modulation systems for Rohde & Schwarz signal generators (internal signal generation)
Page
-K40
GSM/EDGE
•
•
–
–
–
–
106
-K41
EDGE Evolution (incl. VAMOS)
•
•
–
–
–
–
106
-K42
3GPP FDD 1)
•
•
–
–
–
–
105
-K43
3GPP Enhanced BS/MS Tests incl. HSDPA 1)
–
•
–
–
–
–
105
-K44
GPS –
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K45
3GPP FDD HSUPA
–
•
–
–
–
–
105
-K46
CDMA2000®
•
•
–
–
–
–
107
-K47
1xEV-DO Rev. A
•
•
–
–
–
–
107
-K48
IEEE 802.11 (a/b/g)
–
•
–
–
–
–
107
1)
-K49
IEEE 802.16
•
•
–
–
–
–
105
-K50
TD-SCDMA 1)
•
•
–
–
–
–
108
-K51
TD-SCDMA Enhanced BS/MS Tests 1)
•
•
–
–
–
–
108
-K52
DVB-H/DVB-T
•
•
–
–
–
–
111
-K53
DAB/T-DMB
–
•
–
–
–
–
111
-K54
IEEE 802.11 (a/b/g/n/j/p)
•
•
–
–
–
–
110
-K55
EUTRA/LTE
•
•
–
–
–
–
104
-K57
FM stereo/RDS
–
•
–
–
–
–
111
-K58
Sirius
–
•
–
–
–
–
111
-K59
HSPA+
–
•
–
–
–
–
105
-K60
Bluetooth® (incl. EDR, low energy)
•
•
–
–
–
–
110
-K61
Multicarrier CW
•
•
–
–
–
–
103
-K62
AWGN
•
–
–
–
–
–
103
-K65
Assisted GPS
–
–
–
–
–
–
109
-K66
Galileo
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K68
TETRA Release 2
•
•
–
–
–
–
108
104
-K69
LTE Closed-loop BS Test
•
–
–
–
–
–
-K71
Dynamic fading and enhanced resolution
•
–
–
–
–
–
103
-K72
Extended statistics functions
•
–
–
–
–
–
103
-K74
MIMO fading
•
–
–
–
–
–
103
-K75
Higher order MIMO
•
–
–
–
–
–
103
-K76
Multiple entities
•
–
–
–
–
–
103
-K81
LTE log file generation
•
–
–
–
–
–
104
-K83
3GPP FDD HSPA/HSDPA+, Enhanced BS/MS Tests
•
–
–
–
–
–
105
-K84
LTE Release 9 and enhanced features
•
•
–
–
–
–
104
-K85
LTE Release 10/LTE-Advanced
•
•
–
–
–
–
104
-K86
IEEE 802.11ac
•
•
–
–
–
–
110
107
-K87
1xEV-DO Rev. B
•
•
–
–
–
–
-K89
NFC A/B/F
•
•
–
–
–
–
112
-K91
GNSS extension to 12 satellites
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K92
GNSS Enhanced
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K93
GPS P code
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K94
Glonass
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
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R&S®EX-IQ-Box
R&S®AFQ100B
R&S®AFQ100A
R&S®SGT100A
Option
R&S®SMW
R&S®SMBV
R&S®SMBV100A
R&S®SMW200A
Digital modulation systems for Rohde & Schwarz signal generators (internal signal generation), continued
Page
-K95
Assisted Glonass
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K96
GNSS extension to 24 satellites
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K101
GNSS obscuration and automatic multipath
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K102
GNSS antenna pattern
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K103
GNSS spinning/attitude
-K105
QZSS
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K107
BeiDou
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K110
SBAS
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K111
GBAS
–
•
–
–
–
–
109
-K112
LTE Release 11 and enhanced features
•
•
–
–
–
–
104
-K151
ILS
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
-K152
VOR
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
-K153
DME
–
•
–
–
–
–
–
Functionality is instrument-specific.
1)
– Not usable.
• Available.
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R&S®EX-IQ-Box 2)
R&S®AFQ100B
R&S®AFQ100A
R&S®SGT100A
Option
R&S®SMW
R&S®SMBV
R&S®SGT
R&S®AFQ
R&S®EXBOX
R&S®SMBV100A
R&S®SMW200A
Digital modulation systems for Rohde & Schwarz signal generators (R&S®WinIQSIM2™)
Page
-K240
GSM/EDGE
•
•
•
•
•
•
106
-K241
EDGE Evolution (incl. VAMOS)
•
•
•
•
•
•
106
-K242
3GPP FDD
•
•
•
•
•
•
105
-K243
3GPP Enhanced BS/MS Tests incl. HSDPA
–
•
–
•
•
•
105
-K244
GPS 3)
•
•
•
•
•
–
109
-K245
3GPP FDD HSUPA
–
•
–
•
•
•
105
-K246
CDMA2000®
•
•
•
•
•
•
107
-K247
1xEV-DO Rev. A
•
•
•
•
•
•
107
-K248
IEEE 802.11 (a/b/g)
–
•
–
•
•
–
110
-K249
IEEE 802.16
•
•
•
•
•
•
106
-K250
TD-SCDMA
•
•
•
•
•
•
108
-K251
TD-SCDMA Enhanced BS/MS Tests
•
•
•
•
•
•
108
-K252
DVB-H/DVB-T
•
•
•
•
•
–
111
-K253
DAB/T-DMB
•
•
•
•
•
–
111
-K254
IEEE 802.11 (a/b/g/n/j/p)
•
•
•
•
•
•
110
-K255
EUTRA/LTE
•
•
•
•
•
104
-K259
HSPA+
–
•
–
•
•
•
105
-K260
Bluetooth® (incl. EDR, low energy)
•
•
•
•
•
–
110
-K261
Multicarrier CW
•
•
•
•
•
–
–
-K264
ECMA-368 IEEE 802.15.3a (UWB)
–
–
–
–
•
–
–
-K266
Galileo 3)
•
•
•
•
•
–
109
-K268
TETRA Release 2
•
•
•
•
•
–
108
-K283
3GPP FDD HSPA/HSDPA+, Enhanced BS/MS Tests
•
–
•
–
–
–
105
-K284
LTE Release 9 and enhanced features
•
•
•
•
•
•
104
-K285
LTE Release 10/LTE-Advanced
•
•
•
•
•
•
104
-K286
IEEE 802.11ac
•
•
•
•
•
•
110
-K287
1xEV-DO Rev. B
•
•
•
•
•
–
107
-K289
NFC A/B/F
•
•
•
–
–
–
112
-K294
Glonass 3)
•
•
•
•
•
–
109
-K407
BeiDou
•
•
•
•
•
–
–
Digital modulation systems for Rohde & Schwarz signal generators (external PC software or waveforms)
R&S®SMBV100A
R&S®SGT100A
R&S®AFQ100A
R&S®AFQ100B
Playback of XM Radio waveforms
–
•
–
•
•
–
111
-K300
Pulse sequencer
•
•
•
–
–
–
114
R&S®EX-IQ-Box 2)
R&S®SMW200A
Page
-K256
Option
R&S®SMx
R&S®SGT
R&S®AFQ
-K301
Enhanced pulse sequencer
•
•
•
–
–
–
114
-K350
DFS signal generation
•
•
•
–
–
–
115
-K352
Playback of HD Radio™ waveforms
–
•
–
•
•
–
111
-K353
DAB+ streams
–
•
–
–
–
–
111
-K354
T-DMB/DAB streams
–
•
–
–
–
–
111
Only together with CPRI™ digital interface standard.
One satellite only.
2)
3)
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R&S®SMW-B14/-K62/-K71/-K72/-K74/-K75/
-K76 Multipath and Channel Simulation
2x8 MIMO signal generation and channel simulation.
5
Fading: Power delay profile configuration.
Multichannel, fading and interference simulation
with the R&S®SMW200A
The multipath R&S®SMW200A can simulate up to 8 SISO
channels and sophisticated MIMO channels alike. It is a
cost-effective and powerful solution for testing the behavior of products under realistic transmission conditions.
The R&S®SMW200A fading simulator allows emulation
of static fading conditions as well as dynamically changing ones. Complex correlation between the fading paths
as well as geometric antenna setup definition via angle of
arrival/departure is supported. Together with the AWGN
simulation capability, the signal generator is ideal for performance tests in line with all important digital communications standards as well as multi standard radio (MSR)
test scenarios.
Channel simulation options
Fading simulator
AWGN
Dynamic fading and enhanced resolution
Extended statistics functions
MIMO fading
Higher order MIMO
Multiple entities
R&S®SMW-B14
R&S®SMW-K62
R&S®SMW-K71
R&S®SMW-K72
R&S®SMW-K74
R&S®SMW-K75
R&S®SMW-K76
Specifications in brief
Multi-path configuration
Number of RF paths
With additional R&S®SGS100A modules
With additional R&S®SGT100A modules
Number of baseband sources
Fading and MIMO
Installable fading simulators
Max. number of fading channels
Fading paths (per fading channel)
Max. bandwidth
Minimum path delay resolution
1 or 2
up to 4
up to 8
up to 8
1, 2, or 4
16
20
160 MHz
2.5 ps
8xSISO configuration (without fading).
Specifications in brief
Supported MIMO modes
With R&S®SMW-K74 + 2 ×
R&S®SMW-B14
With R&S®SMW-K74 + 4 ×
R&S®SMW-B14
With R&S®SMW-K74 + 4 ×
R&S®SMW-B14 + R&S®SMW-K75
With R&S®SMW-K74 + 4 ×
R&S®SMW-B14 + R&S®SMW-K76
Supported SISO modes
With R&S®SMW-K76
1x2, 2x1, 2x2
1x2, 2x1, 2x2, 2x3, 3x2, 2x4,
4x2, 3x3, 3x4, 4x3, 4x4, 8x1,
8x2, 1x8, 2x8, 2x2x2
2x2x4, 2x4x2
3x2x2, 4x2x2
up to 8 SISO channels without fading simulation
up to 8 SISO channels with
fading simulation
With R&S®SMW-K76 +
4 × R&S®SMW-B14
Fading profiles
Standard: Rayleigh, Pure Doppler, Rice, Lognormal, Static, Constant
Phase
With R&S®SMW-K71: moving delay, birth-death, 2 channel interferer,
HST
With R&S®SMW-K72: Gauss, Gauss DAB, WiMAX Doppler, WiMAX™
Rice, Customized Doppler
Predefined settings
Standard: CDMA2000®, 1xEV-DO, GSM, NADC, PCN, TETRA,
­HiperLAN/2, WiMAX™ ITU, LTE (except HST)
With R&S®SMW-K71: 3GPP FDD WCDMA, 3GPP LTE HST
With R&S®SMW-K72: WiMAX™ SUI, DAB, IEEE 802.11p, SCME
With R&S®SMW-K74 : WiMAX™ MIMO, LTE MIMO,
WLAN 802.11n/ac MIMO
AWGN (R&S®SMW-K62)
C/N
–50 dB to +45 dB
System bandwidth
up to 160 MHz
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R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K55/-K69/-K81/
-K84/-K85/-K112 LTE Signal Generation
R&S®SMW-K69 (together with R&S®SMW-K55)
❙❙ Support of uplink closed-loop base station tests in line
with 3GPP TS 36.141
❙❙ Realtime processing of feedback commands for HARQ
feedback, timing adjustment and timing advance
R&S®SMW-K81 (together with R&S®SMW-K55)
❙❙ Output of log files with intermediate results
(bits/­symbols) from the signal generation chain
❙❙ Generation of summary log files with LTE signal
­description
R&S®SMW-K55 LTE time plan example (downlink).
LTE receiver and performance testing
The LTE signal generation options allow comprehensive
LTE testing of base stations, mobile devices, modules and
components.
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K55, general features
❙❙ In line with 3GPP LTE Release 8
❙❙ FDD and TDD
❙❙ Downlink (OFDMA) and uplink (SC-FDMA)
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K55 LTE downlink
functionality
❙❙ PBCH, PDSCH, PDCCH, PCFICH, PHICH
❙❙ Full MIMO and TX diversity support
❙❙ P-SYNC, S-SYNC and DL reference signals
❙❙ Channel coding and scrambling for PDSCH/PBCH
❙❙ Predefined test models
❙❙ LTE test case wizard (not with R&S®AMU-K55)
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K55 LTE uplink functionality
❙❙ PUSCH incl. channel coding, scrambling and
­multiplexing
❙❙ PUCCH, PRACH
❙❙ Demodulation and sounding reference signals
❙❙ PUSCH frequency hopping type 1 and type 2
❙❙ Group and sequence hopping
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K84 (together with
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K55)
❙❙ In line with 3GPP LTE Release 9
❙❙ MBMS/MBSFN subframes including PMCH
❙❙ Downlink positioning reference signals (PRS)
❙❙ Dual-layer beamforming (TX mode 8)
❙❙ Mapping of logical antenna ports to physical TX antennas
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K85 (together with
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K55)
❙❙ In line with 3GPP LTE Release 10/LTE-Advanced
❙❙ Carrier aggregation
❙❙ Enhanced SC-FDMA
❙❙ PUSCH/PUCCH synchronous transmission
❙❙ Clustered PUSCH
❙❙ PUCCH format 3
❙❙ Generation of CSI reference signals
❙❙ Eight-layer transmission (TX mode 9)
❙❙ UL-MIMO
R&S®SMW-K112/R&S®SMBV-K112 (together with
R&S®SMW-/R&S®SMBV-K55)
❙❙ In line with 3GPP LTE Release 11
❙❙ TDD special subframe configurations
❙❙ DL auto sequence (enhanced Auto DCI)
LTE signal generation options
LTE Release 8
R&S®xxx-K55, R&S®xxx-K255
LTE Closed-loop BS Test
R&S®xxx-K69
LTE log file generation
R&S®xxx-K81
LTE Release 9 and enhanced
features
R&S®xxx-K84, R&S®xxx-K284
LTE Release 10/LTE-Advanced
R&S®xxx-K85, R&S®xxx-K285
LTE Release 11 and enhanced
features
R&S®xxx-K112
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R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K42/-K43/-K45/
-K59/-K83 3GPP FDD/HSPA/HSPA+
Signal generators
The R&S®SMBV-K43 option extends the R&S®SMBV-K42
option to full HSDPA support and dynamic power control.
It allows the simulation of HS-SCCH (high speed shared
control channel) and HS-PDSCH (high speed physical
downlink shared channel) in the downlink in line with
TS 25.211. Generation of HSDPA H-Sets is also supported.
In addition, it is possible to simulate a HS-DPCCH (high
speed dedicated physical control channel) in realtime operation (UE1) and arbitrary waveform mode (UE2 to UE4).
The R&S®SMx/R&S®SMBV-K45 option can generate all
HSUPA physical channels. In the uplink, it supports simulation of one E-DPCCH and up to four E-DPDCHs with
channel ­coding.
The R&S®SMBV-K59 HSPA+ option supports higher-order
modulation (64QAM) for higher data rates, multiple input
multiple output (MIMO) for higher data throughput in the
downlink and continuous packet connectivity (CPC) for reduction of latency and control information overhead.
Example of 3GPP code domain display (downlink, test model 6).
3GPP signal generation
These options provide signal generation capabilities ­in line
with 3GPP FDD Release 11, including HSDPA, ­HSUPA and
HSPA+.
The R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV option combines realtime operation and arbitrary waveform mode for realtime generation of the P-CCPCH and up to three DPCHs in the downlink, for example. In the uplink, one UE can be simulated in
real­time; up to 128 UEs can be simulated via the ARB and
added to the realtime signal.
The R&S®SMW-K83 combines the functionality of the
R&S®SMBV-K43/-K45 and R&S®SMBV-K59 in one option
for the R&S®SMW200A.
3GPP signal generation options
3GPP FDD
R&S®xxx-K42, R&S®xxx-K242
3GPP FDD Enhanced BS/MS
Tests incl. H
­ SDPA
R&S®xxx-K43, R&S®xxx-K243
R&S®xxx-K83, R&S®xxx-K283
3GPP FDD HSUPA
R&S®xxx-K45, R&S®xxx-K245
R&S®xxx-K83, R&S®xxx-K283
HSPA+
R&S®xxx-K59, R&S®xxx-K259
R&S®xxx-K83, R&S®xxx-K283
For supported instruments, see pages 100 to 102.
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R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K40/-K41
GSM/EDGE/EDGE Evolution
GSM/EDGE signal generation
With the R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K40 option, GSM/EDGE
signals can be generated in realtime, whereas the type of
modulation can be changed from slot to slot. In addition,
eight different power levels can be defined for the timeslots. All necessary burst types (e.g. normal (full and half
rate), EDGE, synchronization, access) are supported.
The R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K41 option adds EDGE
­Evolution and VAMOS features such as:
❙❙ Higher symbol rate (325 kHz)
❙❙ Higher-order modulation types: 16QAM, 32QAM
❙❙ Mixed frames with GSM, EDGE and EGPRS2 slots in one
frame (with same symbol rate per frame)
❙❙ “Framed double” sequence mode for generation of
­realistic test scenarios with changing frame content
❙❙ Adaptive QPSK (AQPSK) modulation scheme
GSM/EDGE signal generation options
GSM/EDGE
R&S®xxx-K40, R&S®xxx-K240
EDGE Evolution
R&S®xxx-K41, R&S®xxx-K241
For supported instruments, see pages 100 to 102.
Main GSM/EDGE signal configuration menu of the R&S®SMW200A.
R&S®SMW/SMBV-K49
WiMAX™ Signal Generation
WiMAX™ signal generation
The R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K49 option allows convenient generation of OFDM and OFDMA signals in line
with WiMAX™ IEEE 802.16 Rev. 2 (incl. WiBro) as well as
WiMAX™ IEEE 802.16-2004 and IEEE 802.16e-2005 standards. It covers uplink and downlink as well as SISO and
MIMO signal generation.
❙❙ Full CC and CTC channel coding
❙❙ FCH, DL-MAP and UL-MAP, either automatic or
user-defined
❙❙ DCD, UCD, submaps
❙❙ HARQ, ranging and fast feedback bursts
❙❙ Optional generic MAC headers and CRC for each burst
❙❙ Predefined frames for receiver tests
❙❙ Subchannelization modes
❙❙ Space time coding for up to four antennas
(matrix A, B, C, collaborative spatial multiplexing, CSTD)
❙❙ Multiple zones and segments
The signal generator graphically displays the configured WiMAX™
signal. The time plan shows the different WiMAX™ zones, segments and
burst types.
WiMAX™ signal generation options
IEEE 802.16
R&S®xxx-K49, R&S®xxx-K249
For supported instruments, see pages 100 to 102.
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R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K46/-K47/-K87
CDMA2000® incl. 1xEV-DV and 1xEV-DO
Start screen including basic settings for CDMA2000® of the
R&S®SMW200A.
CDMA2000®, 1xEV-DV and 1xEV-DO signal
­generation
The R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K46 option generates signals
for CDMA2000®, the North American standard for the
third mobile radio generation including IS-95 as a subset. Even signals for 1xEV-DV can be generated using
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K46.
Signal generators
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K46 option for generating
CDMA2000® signals
❙❙ Configuration of up to four base stations or four mobile
stations
❙❙ All special channels and up to 78 channels in the
­downlink (depending on radio configuration)
❙❙ Packet channel in line with 1xEV-DV in the downlink
❙❙ Operating modes in the uplink: traffic, access, enhanced
access and common control
❙❙ Simulation of up to 64 additional mobile stations
❙❙ All channel coding modes included in IS-2000 (frame
quality indicator, convolutional encoder, turbo encoder,
symbol puncture, interleaver, etc.)
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K47 option for generating
signals for 1xEV-DO (Rev. A)
❙❙ Simulation of up to four users in the downlink and up to
four terminals in the uplink
❙❙ Physical layer subtypes 0 and 1 or 2 selectable
❙❙ Downlink data rate selectable through rate index and
packet size
❙❙ Matrix for reverse power control (RPC) allowing flexible
testing of power control
❙❙ Traffic and access mode in the uplink; automatic
setting of different data rates and modulations by
selected ­payload size
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K87 option for generating
signals for 1xEV-DO (Rev. B)
❙❙ Independent configuration of up to four traffic channels
in the downlink or four access terminals in the uplink
❙❙ Support of physical layer subtypes 0, 1, 2 and 3
❙❙ Support of multicarrier operation with up to
16 simultaneous carriers
❙❙ Operating modes in the uplink: traffic and access
❙❙ Simulation of up to 360 additional MAC users
❙❙ Supports configuration of public data as defined in the
standard, such as long code masks for I and Q channel,
preamble length, DRC length
CDMA2000® signal generation options
CDMA2000®
R&S®xxx-K46, R&S®xxx-K246
1xEV-DO Rev. A
R&S®xxx-K47, R&S®xxx-K247
1xEV-DO Rev. B
R&S®xxx-K87, R&S®xxx-K287
For supported instruments, see pages 100 to 102.
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R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K50/-K51
TD-SCDMA Signal Generation
TD-SCDMA slot configuration menu of the R&S®SMW200A.
TD-SCDMA signal generation
The combination of the R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K50 and
-K51 options offers easy, flexible configuration of realtime, fully coded (transport and physical layer) TD-SCDMA
(3GPP TDD LCR) test signals for evaluating components,
power amplifiers, digital baseband receiver chips and
RF receivers in user equipment and base stations. The
­TD-SCDMA signal generation is in accordance with 3GPP
TDD LCR with a chip rate of 1.28 Mcps (low chip rate
mode) and contains the HSDPA and HSUPA functionality
for TD-SCDMA.
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K68
TETRA Release 2 Signal Generation
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K50 TD-SCDMA functionality
❙❙ Simulation of up to four TD-SCDMA cells with variable
switching point of uplink and downlink
❙❙ User-configurable channel table for each slot and
­simulation of downlink and uplink pilot timeslot
❙❙ PRACH can be generated in the uplink
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV TD-SCDMA enhanced
­functionality
❙❙ Enhancing R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K50 to support full
channel coding in fixed coding schemes and user-defined
coding schemes, HSDPA and HSUPA
❙❙ Simulation of up to four TD-SCDMA cells with g
­ eneration
of the coded P-CCPCH (BCH with running SFN) in the
downlink
❙❙ Fixed reference measurement channels RMC 12.2 kbps
up to RMC 384 kbps in both uplink and downlink; user
configuration supported
❙❙ Simulation of HSDPA channels HS-SCCH, HS-PDSCH,
HS-SICH and H-RMC 0.5 Mbps, 1.1 Mbps, 1.6 Mbps,
2.2 Mbps, 2.8 Mbps (QPSK and 16QAM), H-RMC
64QAM; user configuration supported
❙❙ Simulation of HSUPA channels E-DCH FRC from 1 to 4
(QPSK and 16QAM); user configuration supported
TD-SCDMA signal generation options
TD-SCDMA
R&S®xxx-K50, R&S®xxx-K250
TD-SCDMA Enhanced BS/MS Tests
R&S®xxx-K51, R&S®xxx-K251
For supported instruments, see pages 100 to 102.
TETRA Release 2 digital standard
❙❙ In line with ETSI EN 300392-2 digital standard (V3.2.1)
and TETRA conformance testing specification
ETSI EN 300394-1 (V3.1.1)
❙❙ Link direction: downlink and uplink (not for T3)
❙❙ T1 downlink channels 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 21, 22, 24
❙❙ T1 uplink channels 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 21, 23, 24
❙❙ T2 TETRA interferer phase modulation, QAM
❙❙ T3 CW interferer
❙❙ T4 downlink channel 27
❙❙ T4 uplink channels 25, 26
TETRA signal generation options
TETRA Release 2
R&S®xxx-K68, R&S®xxx-K268
For supported instruments, see pages 100 to 102.
TETRA Release 2 main menu of the R&S®SMW200A.
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R&S®SMBV-K44/-K65/-K66/-K67/-K91/K92/-K93/-K94/-K95/-K96/-K101/-K102/K103/-K105/-K107/-K110/-K111
GNSS Simulation with GPS, Galileo,
Glonass, BeiDou including Augmentation
Systems (QZSS, SBAS, GBAS)
Signal generators
GNSS simulation
Whether in the R&D lab or in production, the global
navigation satellite system (GNSS) solution for the
R&S®SMBV100A sets new standards in the field of satellite
simulation. It supports all possible scenarios, from simple
setups with individual, static satellites all the way to flexible scenarios generated in realtime with up to 24 dynamic
satellites from the available GNSS systems.
❙❙ Support of GPS L1/L2 (C/A and P code), Glonass L1/L2,
Galileo E1, BeiDou B1/B2 and QZSS/SBAS L1, including
hybrid constellations
❙❙ Realtime simulation of realistic constellations with up to
24 satellites and unlimited simulation time
❙❙ Flexible scenario generation including moving scenarios,
dynamic power control and atmospheric modeling
❙❙ Configuration of realistic user environments, including
obscuration and multipath, antenna characteristics and
vehicle attitude
❙❙ Static mode for basic receiver testing using signals with
zero or constant Doppler shift
❙❙ Support of Assisted GNSS (A-GNSS) test scenarios,
including generation of assistance data for GPS, Glonass,
Galileo, BeiDou and QZSS/SBAS
❙❙ Realtime external trajectory feed for hardware in the loop
(HIL) applications
❙❙ Logging of simulation data
❙❙ High signal dynamics 1), simulation of spinning vehicles
and precision code (P code) simulations to support
aerospace and defense applications
❙❙ Enhanced simulation capabilities for aerospace applications by supporting ground-based augmentation
systems (GBAS)
❙❙ Support of other digital communications and radio
standards in the same instrument
May be subject to export restrictions.
1)
Start screen with simulation mode selection for the different applications,
hybrid setup for selecting the GNSS used and signal parameters such as
time and l­ocation.
The realtime SPOT (satellites and position online tracker) view is a dynamic
display of the current satellite constellation and provides d
­ ynamic realtime
­information about parameters such as HDOP, PDOP, receiver's ­location
and current simulation time.
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R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K54/-K86
IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/j/p/ac
IEEE 802.11 frameblock sequencer configuration menu of the
For IEEE 802.11n signal generation, channel bandwidths of
20 MHz and 40 MHz are supported. The high throughput
(HT) mode allows high data rate IEEE 802.11n signals to
be generated. Furthermore, this option includes MIMO capabilities (generation of one to four spatial streams; one to
four TX antennas).
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K86 (together with
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K54) for IEEE 802.11ac
❙❙ Support of all mandatory physical layer modes
❙❙ Very high throughput (VHT) frames with 20 MHz,
40 MHz, 80 MHz and 160 MHz transmission bandwidth
❙❙ VHT preambles and signal fields
❙❙ Frame block sequencer for alternating legacy (11a/b/g/
j/p), 11n or 11ac frames within one ARB waveform
❙❙ MIMO modes with 4 transmit antennas
❙❙ BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM and 256QAM modulation
R&S®SMW200A.
WLAN signal generation
The R&S®SMW/SMBV-K54 option allows the generation of
signals in line with the IEEE 802.11a, b, g, n, j and p WLAN
standards.
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K60
Bluetooth® V 4.0 and EDR
Main Bluetooth® signal configuration menu.
WLAN signal generation options
IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/j/p
R&S®xxx-K54, R&S®xxx-K254
IEEE 802.11ac
R&S®xxx-K86, R&S®xxx-K286
For supported instruments, see pages 100 to 102.
Bluetooth® V 4.0 and EDR signal generation
The R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K60 option enables
­Rohde & Schwarz signal g
­ enerators to generate Bluetooth®
signals in line with version 4.0 including EDR and Bluetooth® low energy. The solution allows straightforward
testing of ­Bluetooth® receivers and chipsets. Standardcompliant packets as well as packets with user-defined
content – e.g. for i­ntensive R&D tests – can easily be generated.
❙❙ Bluetooth® 4.0, basic rate + EDR
❙❙ Bluetooth® low energy
❙❙ ACL+EDR, SCO and eSCO+EDR transport modes
❙❙ Support of all packet types
❙❙ Up to 5238 frames (depending on signal generator)
❙❙ Intuitive packet editor
❙❙ Optional data whitening
❙❙ Support of dirty transmitter test
❙❙ Power ramp control including ramp time, rise and fall
­offset
❙❙ Setting of clipping, filter and modulation parameters
Bluetooth® signal generation options
Bluetooth® V 4.0 and EDR
R&S®xxx-K60, R&S®xxx-K260
For supported instruments, see pages 100 to 102.
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R&S®SMBV-K52/-K53/-K57/-K58/
-K256/-K352/-K353/-K354
DVB-H/DVB-T, DAB/T-DMB, XM Radio,
FM Stereo/RDS, Sirius, HD Radio™
Signal generators
Signal generation options for radio and video
­standards
❙❙ Testing mobile communications standards (such as
WCDMA 3GPP FDD, TD-SCDMA, GSM/EDGE) and v
­ ideo
standards with only one signal generator
❙❙ Realtime signal generation for the XM Radio and Sirius
standards
❙❙ Solution tested and approved by Sirius for s­ oftware
­testing and for manufacturing
❙❙ R&S®SMBV-K352 option for playback of all test v
­ ectors
as supplied by iBiquity (iBiquity license required)
❙❙ Realtime generation of FM stereo signals; closed-loop
testing with R&S®UPV or R&S®UPP audio analyzers
­possible
Signal generation options for radio/video standards
DVB-H/DVB-T
R&S®xxx-K52, R&S®xxx-K252
DAB/T-DMB
R&S®xxx-K53, R&S®xxx-K253
XM Radio
R&S®xxx-K256
FM stereo
R&S®xxx-K57
Sirius
R&S®xxx-K58
HD Radio™ test waveforms
(iBiquity license required)
R&S®xxx-K352
DAB+ streams
R&S®xxx-K353
T-DMB/DAB streams
R&S®xxx-K354
For supported instruments, see pages 100 to 102.
HD Radio™ is a trademark of iBiquity Digital Corp.
Sirius main menu.
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R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV-K89
NFC A/B/F Digital Standard
NFC A/B/F signal generation
NFC is based on RFID technology and makes mobile
phones suitable for numerous applications including, for
example, contactless payment of tickets, downloading of
information from a passive RFID tag, use as security ID,
etc. Other than with RFID, some devices can also act as
a reader (poller) and as a listener. There are three types of
NFC, all working on the same frequency of 13.56 MHz,
but with different data rates and modulation characteristics: NFC-A, NFC-B and NFC-F. The R&S®SMW/SMBV-K89
supports all three.
❙❙ Standard-conforming signals for NFC A/B/F
❙❙ Sequence generator with all signals from standard
❙❙ Predefined sequences for polling applications
❙❙ Flexible definition for pulse forms
❙❙ Support for EMV Type A and EMV Type B
NFC sequence configuration panel of R&S®SMBV-K89.
NFC signal generation options
NFC A/B/F digital standard
R&S®xxx-K89, R&S®xxx-K289
For supported instruments, see pages 100 to 102.
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R&S®WinIQSIM2™ Simulation Software
Signal generators
Large variety of digital standards
❙❙ EUTRA/LTE/LTE-Advanced
❙❙ GSM/EDGE, EDGE Evolution, VAMOS
❙❙ 3GPP FDD with HSDPA, HSUPA and HSPA+
❙❙ CDMA2000® with 1xEV-DV
❙❙ 1xEV-DO Rev. A, Rev. B
❙❙ TD-SCDMA
❙❙ IEEE 802.11(a/b/g/n/j/p/ac) WLAN
❙❙ IEEE 802.16 WiMAX™ supporting OFDM and OFDMA
❙❙ DVB-H/DVB-T, DAB/T-DMB
❙❙ UWB (ECMA-368)
❙❙ Bluetooth®, NFC
❙❙ TETRA, TETRA Release 2
❙❙ GPS, Galileo, Glonass (1 satellite), BeiDou
Additional systems in R&S®WinIQSIM2™
Ideal for the generation of digitally modulated
­signals
R&S®WinIQSIM2™ was especially developed for the generation of digitally modulated signals. Complex signals can
easily be generated. The graphical user interface allows
intuitive operation, supported by context-sensitive help.
The convenient way of creating any standard-conforming
waveform with all the included standards and the generation of multicarrier signals and multisegment waveforms
make R&S®WinIQSIM2™ suitable for a wide range of
­applications.
The signals generated with the aid of R&S®WinIQSIM2™
can be output by the R&S®AFQ100A and R&S®AFQ100B
arbitrary waveform generators, the R&S®SMW200A,
R&S®SMBV100A and R&S®SGT100A vector signal
generators.
Some standards also work for the R&S®CMW500 wideband radio communication tester, the R&S®CMW290
functional radio communication tester and the
R&S®CMW270 wireless connectivity tester as well as for
the ­R&S®EX-IQ-Box digital signal interface module (together with CPRI™). R&S®WinIQSIM2™ is delivered with these
arbitrary waveform generators free of charge; it is also
available on the Rohde & Schwarz website.
❙❙ Custom digital waveforms for generating user-definable
digital signals while offering user-selectable modulation
parameters
❙❙ Multicarrier CW signal generation
❙❙ Multicarrier generation allowing several digital signals to
be combined into one waveform with different ­frequency
offsets
❙❙ Multisegment waveform function for multiple ­different
waveforms in an arbitrary waveform generator’s m
­ emory,
ensuring minimum transition times and seamless
­transitions
❙❙ AWGN generation and addition to the signal
❙❙ Import function for importing I/Q samples via a s­ erver
­connection into the R&S®WinIQSIM2™ signal ­generation
chain where filtering can be applied and AWGN can be
added
Extended graphics
❙❙ I and Q versus time
❙❙ Absolute value and phase versus time
❙❙ Vector diagram
❙❙ Constellation diagram
❙❙ FFT magnitude showing the spectrum of the signal
❙❙ Eye diagram of I and Q
❙❙ CCDF (complementary cumulative distribution ­function)
Convenient connections
❙❙ Waveform transmission via GPIB, USB and LAN
❙❙ Local storing of waveforms on PC; data transmission
with USB flash drive
❙❙ Control of instruments by means of remote desktop
connection via LAN
❙❙ Remote control of R&S®WinIQSIM2™
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R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV/R&S®SGT-K300 Pulse Sequencing
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV/R&S®SGT-K301 Enhanced Pulse Sequencing
New
Generation of pulsed signals with basic
modulation schemes
The R&S®Pulse Sequencer software together with the
R&S®SMW/SMBV/SGT-K300 option makes it possible to
generate pulsed signals with basic modulation schemes.
Signals with simple pulses, pulse trains and repetition
of pulses can be generated. In addition, pulse trains
with different pulses and pulse breaks can be generated
sequentially.
All major modulation formats for modulation on pulse are
available with internal and external data sources. Typical
pulse parameters like rise and fall time, ripple, droop, overshoot, etc., can be defined. Only deterministic inter pulse
modulation with frequency hops, staggered pulse repetition intervals and user-defined lists can be used. Instead of
pulses, waveform files can be used in the sequencer with
a repetition count.
❙❙ ARB-based signal generation
❙❙ Multi segment waveform sequencing
❙❙ Pulse shape definition with rise and fall time, droop,
ripple, overshoot
❙❙ Modulation on pulse with all major formats like chirps,
barker codes, polyphase codes, PSKs, AM, FM
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❙❙ Single pulse, pulse train generation with repetition count
per pulse
❙❙ Inter pulse modulation of amplitude, phase, frequency
and other values from pulse to pulse
❙❙ Internal and external data sources for modulation
❙❙ Import of waveform files for sequencing with repetition
count
Enhanced pulse sequencing
The R&S®Pulse Sequencer software together with the
R&S®SMW/SMBV/SGT-K301 option enhances the capabilities of the R&S®SMW/SMBV/SGT-K300 option. The
R&S®SMW/SMBV/SGT-K301 option allows users to utilize
various control elements like loops, nested loops, overlays,
fillers and subsequences for sequencing applications. The
-K301 option can only be used together with the -K300
option.
❙❙ ARB-based signal generation and multi segment
waveform sequencing
❙❙ Single pulse and pulse train generation with repetition
count per pulse
❙❙ Powerful sequencing tool with loops, nested loops,
subsequences and overlays
❙❙ Antenna diagram definition and antenna scan definition
❙❙ Antenna diagrams such as pencil beams, cosecant
beams, Gaussian diagrams, user-defined antenna
diagrams, phased array antenna diagrams
❙❙ Antenna scan types such as helical scans, circular scans,
conical scans
❙❙ Emitter definition based on waveforms, antenna diagram,
antenna scan, attitude information, EIRP and carrier
frequency
Signal generators
❙❙ Receiver definition based on antenna diagram, antenna
scan and attitude information
❙❙ Calculation of signal taking into account one-way free
space propagation according to emitter and receiver
location on the 2D map.
❙❙ Import of R&S®WinIQSIM2™ or customer waveforms for
interference generation
R&S®SMW/R&S®SMBV/R&S®SGT-K350 DFS Signal Generation
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New
Generation of radar signals
The R&S®Pulse Sequencer (DFS) software and its respective software option for the Rohde & Schwarz signal generators have been especially developed for generation of
radar signals as specified by the FCC, ETSI or the Telec
T403 standards.
❙❙ Australia/New Zealand: AS/NZS 4268:2008 (radio
equipment and systems, short range devices, limits and
methods of measurement) (this document refers under
section A9.4 (b) to the DFS test procedures published by
the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC))
❙❙ Supported standards for Europe, US and Japan
■■ United States: FCC 06-96, FCC 13-22A1)
■■ Europe: ETSI EN 301 893 V1.7.1 (2012-06), ETSI
EN 302 502 V1.2.1 (2008-02)
■■ Japan: TELEC-T403 (Japan)
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Chapter 6
Network analyzers
Vector network analysis (VNA) is one of the most
essential RF/microwave measurement techniques.
As a leading manufacturer of T&M equipment,
­Rohde & Schwarz offers a wide range of high-­
performance network analyzers.
Type
Designation
Frequency range
Description
High-end VNA with up to four sources for s­ ophisticated
measurements up to 110 GHz
Network analysis with up to eight test ports
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Leading in speed, dynamic range and ease of operation
119
Multiport vector network analyzer
Vector network analyzer
Vector network analyzer
Vector network analyzer
Cable and antenna analyzer
300 kHz to 8 GHz; 10 MHz
to 24/40/50/67/110 GHz
300 kHz to 8 GHz
10 MHz to 20 GHz
9 kHz to 4.5/8.5 GHz
100 kHz to 20 GHz
10 MHz to 40 GHz
9 kHz to 8.5 GHz
9 kHz to 3 GHz
100 kHz to 4.5/8.5 GHz
9 kHz to 3/6/13.6 GHz
100 kHz to 3.6/8 GHz
Network analysis with up to 24 test ports
Solid performance on a future-oriented platform
Basic, solid-performance network analysis
Cost-efficient compact class
The benchmark for efficiency in the field
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121
122
123
124
Converters
RPG ZCxxx
Millimeter-wave converters
140 GHz to 330 GHz
Millimeter-wave measurements – network analysis
from 140 GHz to 330 GHz, depending on model
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R&S®ZVA-Zxxx
Millimeter-wave converters
50 GHz to 500 GHz
Millimeter-wave measurements in the V, E, W, F, D,
G, J and Y bands – network analysis from 50 GHz to
500 GHz, depending on converter m
­ odel
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RPG ZRX
High dynamic receivers for VNAs
110 GHz to 500 GHz
High-performance frequency extension of vector network analyzers up to 500 GHz, depending on model
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PC-based server platform for automated VNA tests
Advanced measurements on active devices
Two or four VNA ports, up to 48/12 test ports
Manual calibration kits (coaxial)
Manual calibration kit (coaxial)
Manual calibration of VNAs (precision)
Manual calibration of vector network analyzers
(economy)
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129
129
130
129
129
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Vector network analyzers
R&S®ZVA
Vector network analyzer
New
New
New
New
R&S®ZVT
Multiport vector network analyzer
R&S®ZNB4/8
R&S®ZNB20
R&S®ZNB40
R&S®ZNBT
R&S®ZNC
R&S®ZND
R&S®ZVL
R&S®ZVH
Vector network analyzer
Accessories for network analysis
R&S®ZNrun
Automated test software
R&S®ZVAX-TRM
Extension unit
R&S®ZN-Z84/-Z85
Switch matrix
Waveguide calibration kits
R&S®ZV-WRxx
R&S®ZCAN
­Calibration kit
R&S®ZV-Z2xx
­Calibration kits
R&S®ZV-Z170/
Calibration kits
-Z135/-Z129
10 MHz to 67 GHz
10 MHz to 8.5/20 GHz
50 GHz up to 500 GHz
0 Hz to 3 GHz
0 Hz to 67 GHz
0 Hz to
9 GHz/15 GHz/40 GHz
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R&S®ZN-Z15x/
ZN-Z51/ZV-Z5x
Automatic calibration units
100 kHz to 50 GHz
Automatic calibration of v
­ ector network analyzers
(2 up to 24 ports)
130
R&S®ZV-Z3xx/-Z4xx
Verification kits
45 MHz to 50 GHz
Verification of VNA specifications after system error
corrections
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R&S®ZVA Vector Network Analyzer
Network analyzers
Specifications in brief
Number of test ports
2 or 4
Number of internal sources
up to 4 (depending on the model)
Frequency range
R&S®ZVA8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
R&S®ZVA24/40/50/67/110
10 MHz to 24/40/50/67(70)/110 GHz
Measurement time per test point
< 3.5 µs
Measurement time, 201 test points 4.7 ms
Data transfer time, 201 test points
Via IEC/IEEE bus
< 2.9 ms
Via VX11 over 100 Mbit/s LAN
< 1.3 ms
Via RSIB over 100 Mbit/s LAN
< 0.7 ms
Switching time
Between channels
< 1 ms
Between instrument setups
< 10 ms
Max. dynamic range at 10 Hz measurement bandwidth
High-end VNA with up to four sources for
­sophisticated measurements up to 110 GHz
The R&S®ZVA series is an ideal choice for demanding
­measurements on active and passive components and
modules which require high performance and wide versatility. All instruments support scalar and vector measurements on mixers and converters (linear and nonlinear)
and noise measurements on amplifiers as well as pulsed
measurements for aerospace and defense applications.
The frequency range of the high-frequency models can be
extended to more than 500 GHz.
❙❙ First vector network analyzer
■■ with four internal sources up to 110 GHz for fast
two-tone measurements on amplifiers and mixers
■■ up to 110 GHz that generates phase-coherent signals
■■ with IF bandwidths up to 30 MHz for pulsed
­measurements on amplifiers and mixers
❙❙ Phase and group delay measurements of conversion loss
on mixers with and without LO access
❙❙ Harmonic, compression, intermodulation and hot S22
measurements on amplifiers and mixers
❙❙ New method for noise figure definition without noise
source
❙❙ Point-in-pulse, average pulse and pulse profile
­measurements
❙❙ Two internal pulse generators
❙❙ Internal pulse modulators and combiner by means of the
R&S®ZVAX-TRM
❙❙ Embedding/deembedding for impedance matching using
virtual networks
❙❙ True differential measurements to characterize nonlinear
effects of balanced devices
❙❙ Versatile calibration techniques: TOSM, TRL/LRL, TOM,
TRM, TNA, UOSM and AutoCal
❙❙ Operating system: Windows 7
Between test ports
R&S®ZVA8
130 dB, > 140 dB (typ.)
R&S®ZVA24
130 dB, > 135 dB (typ.)
R&S®ZVA40
130 dB, > 140 dB (typ.)
R&S®ZVA50
130 dB, > 140 dB (typ.)
R&S®ZVA67
125 dB, > 135 dB (typ.)
R&S®ZVA110
130 dB (typ.)
With direct receiver access
R&S®ZVA8/24/40/50
> 150 dB (typ.)
R&S®ZVA67
> 145 dB (typ.)
Output power at test port
R&S®ZVA8
> 13 dBm, 15 dBm (typ.)
R&S®ZVA24
> 13 dBm, 18 dBm (typ.)
R&S®ZVA40
> 13 dBm, 18 dBm (typ.)
R&S®ZVA50
> 13 dBm, 18 dBm (typ.)
R&S®ZVA67
> 13 dBm, 18 dBm (typ.)
R&S®ZVA110
8 dBm (typ.)
Power sweep range
> 40 dB, 50 dB (typ.)
IF bandwidths
1 Hz to 30 MHz
Channels, diagrams, traces
> 100
Test points per trace
1 to 60 001
Switching between setups at the click of a mouse.
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R&S®ZVT
Multiport Vector Network ­Analyzer
Hardware options such as direct generator/receiver access
for the individual ports enable versatile test set configuration. Based on this concept, the R&S®ZVT multiport vector
network analyzers provide solutions for even the most demanding measurement tasks.
The R&S®ZVT provides all functions of the
R&S®ZVA, plus features based on multichannel
and multireceiver capability
Network analysis with up to eight test ports
from 300 kHz to 20 GHz
The R&S®ZVT8 contains up to four internal generators and
up to 16 receivers. The R&S®ZVT20 includes up to three
internal generators and up to 12 receivers. This unique
concept with one generator per two test ports makes the
R&S®ZVT ideal for intermodulation measurements, even on
mixers, (true) differential balanced measurements, multi­
receiver measurements with antennas or high throughput
and efficiency in production.
❙❙ Arbitrary frequency conversion measurements
❙❙ Multiport measurements, avoiding any time loss due to
matrix control
❙❙ Flexible configuration of test ports for balanced and
­single-ended measurements
❙❙ True differential measurements, coherence mode
❙❙ Multiple-signal measurements, e.g. intermodulation
­measurements on mixers or double-converting DUTs,
­requiring only a single unit and extremely short runtimes
❙❙ Enhanced performance by parallel measurements on
­several DUTs
❙❙ Multichannel receiver with simultaneous sampling of
channels, e.g. for phase measurements on antenna
­arrays
❙❙ Automatic calibration units
❙❙ Point-in-pulse and pulse profile measurements with up to
16 receivers
R&S®ZVT with d
­ irect generator/­receiver access
Specifications in brief
Meas. receiver
Ref. receiver
R&S®ZVT8
R&S®ZVT20
Number of test ports 1)
2 to 8
2 to 6
Frequency range
300 kHz to 8 GHz
10 MHz to 20 GHz
Measurement time (201 points) 5 ms
Generator
Bias tee
Data transfer time (201 points)
Port 8
Via IEC/IEEE bus
< 2.9 ms
Via VX11 (100 Mbit/s LAN)
< 1.3 ms
Via RSIB (100 Mbit/s LAN)
< 0.7 ms
Switching time
Between channels
Meas. receiver
Ref. receiver
Generator
Bias tee
Meas. receiver
Ref. receiver
Generator
< 1 ms
Between instrument setups
of up to 2001 points
Electronic power sweep range
< 10 ms
Dynamic range (at test ports)
120 dB
Output level
+13 dBm
+10 dBm
Sensitivity at 10 Hz
­measurement bandwidth
IF bandwidths
–110 dBm
–105 dBm
> 50 dB
1 Hz to 1 MHz 2)
Number of channels and traces > 100 3)
Bias tee
Number of points per trace
Port 1
Depending on installed options.
With options up to 30 MHz.
3)
Limited by available RAM capacity.
1)
2)
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Network analyzers
R&S®ZNB Vector Network Analyzer
which ensures reliable measurements over several days
without having to recalibrate the units. These short-depth,
compact two-port and four-port ­analyzers leave plenty of
space on the workbench for the measurement application.
They feature low operating noise thanks to low power consumption and a sophisticated cooling concept. The low
power consumption also reduces operating costs and protects the environment.
The analyzers combine excellent measurement accuracy
with exceptional speed – better than 10 μs per point. They
feature excellent temperature and long-term stability,
Typical effective system data
(best in available frequency range)
R&S®ZNB4/8
R&S®ZNB20
R&S®ZNB40
46 dB
46 dB
42 dB
Source match
41 dB
43 dB
38 dB
Load match
45 dB
44 dB
40 dB
Reflection tracking
0.02 dB
0.05 dB
0.05 dB
0.025 dB
0.02 dB
Measurement speed
Sweep
401 points, normalized, 800 MHz to 1 GHz, 1 MHz IFBW
Data transfer
201 points, via Rohde & Schwarz RSIB protocol and
1 Gbit/s LAN
Switching between channels
Up to 2001 points
Switching between instrument setups
Up to 2001 points
z
z
GH
40
z
GH
GH
20
4.5
8.5
GH
z
Hz
Hz
M
0k
10
Hz
¸ZNB40, two-port, with bias tee
¸ZNB20, two-port and four-port, with bias tee
¸ZNB8, two-port and four-port, with bias tee
¸ZNB8, two-port and four-port, without bias tee
¸ZNB4, two-port and four-port, with bias tee
¸ZNB4, two-port/four-port, without bias tee
Block diagram of the 2-port R&S®ZNB
Directivity
Transmission tracking 0.018 dB
Models
10
With frequency ranges of 9 kHz to 4.5 GHz, 9 kHz to
8.5 GHz, 100 kHz to 20 GHz and 10 MHz to 40 GHz, the
R&S®ZNB vector network analyzers are primarily targeted
at applications in the mobile radio and electronic goods
industries as well as at applications for high-speed PCB
design and aerospace and defense. The R&S®ZNB is the
right choice when it comes to developing, producing
and servicing RF components such as amplifiers, mixers, filters and cables. The R&S®ZNB vector network analyzers feature a wide dynamic range of up to 140 dB (at
10 Hz IF bandwidth, with options R&S®ZNB4-B52/-B54
or ­R&S®ZNB8-B52/-B54), low trace noise of less than
0.004 dB RMS (at 10 kHz IF ­bandwidth) and high output
power of up to +13 dBm, which can be adjusted electronically in a range of more than 95 dB.
9k
Leading in speed, dynamic range and ease of
­operation
❙❙ Wide dynamic range of up to 140 dB
❙❙ Short sweep times of 4 ms for 401 points
❙❙ High temperature stability of 0.01 dB/°C (typ.)
❙❙ Wide power sweep range of 98 dB (with extended power
range option)
❙❙ Wide range of IF bandwidths from 1 Hz to 10 MHz
❙❙ Manual and automatic calibration
❙❙ Large, high-resolution 12.1" screen
❙❙ Touchscreen user interface
❙❙ Two or four test ports (R&S®ZNB40 only available as
2-port model)
4 ms
1.0 ms
(typ.)
< 5 ms
Measuring
receiver
Reflectometer 2
Reference
receiver
Port 2
Measuring
receiver
Reflectometer 1
Reference
receiver
Port 1
< 5 ms
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R&S®ZNBT Vector Network Analyzer
Network analysis with up to 24 test ports
The R&S®ZNBT8 is the first multiport vector network analyzer offering up to 24 integrated test ports. The instrument can simultaneously test multiple DUTs or measure
one DUT with up to 24 ports.
The R&S®ZNBT8 offers short measurement times even in
scenarios with a large number of ports. Other highlights
include a wide dynamic range, high output power levels
and inputs featuring high power-handling capacity. The
instrument operates in a frequency range from 9 kHz to
8.5 GHz. These features make the R&S®ZNBT8 ideal for
applications in the mobile radio, wireless communications
and electronic goods industries. The instrument is primarily used in the development and production of active
and passive multiport components, such as GPS, WLAN,
Bluetooth® and frontend modules for multiband mobile
phones. Its outstanding performance also allows efficient
analysis of base station filters and other highly selective
components.
The R&S®ZNBT8 outperforms switch matrix based
multi­port systems in values like dynamic range, output
power or speed. Its high integration d
­ ensity makes it a
very compact solution for analyzing components with
up to 24 ports – occupying the same rack space as an
R&S®ZNB. The convenient user ­interface makes it easy to
handle even very complex multi­port measurements. The
R&S®ZNBT8 supports various remote control options and
is easy to integrate into automated test systems.
❙❙ Four-port R&S®ZNBT8 base unit
(upgradeable to 8, 12, 16, 20 or 24 ports)
❙❙ Frequency range from 9 kHz to 8.5 GHz
❙❙ Wide dynamic range of up to 140 dB (typ.)
❙❙ Short sweep times (e.g. 6 ms for 201 points)
❙❙ Wide power sweep range up to 98 dB (with extended
power range option)
❙❙ High power-handling capacity
❙❙ IF bandwidths from 1 Hz to 10 MHz
❙❙ High temperature stability of 0.01 dB/°K
❙❙ More than 100 traces and channels
❙❙ Simple configuration of multiport measurements
❙❙ Manual and automatic calibration methods optimized for
multiport applications
❙❙ Compatible with all vector network analyzers from the
R&S®ZVx and R&S®ZNx families
Block diagram of an R&S®ZNBT8
Reflectometer 24
Meas. receiver
Ref. receiver
Generator
Generator
Port 24
Reflectometer 3
Meas. receiver
Ref. receiver
Generator
Port 3
Reflectometer 2
Meas. receiver
Ref. receiver
Generator
Port 2
Reflectometer 1
Meas. receiver
Ref. receiver
Generator
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Network analyzers
R&S®ZNC Vector Network Analyzer
This short-depth, compact two-port analyzer leaves plenty
of space on the workbench for the measurement application. It features low operating noise thanks to low power
consumption and a sophisticated cooling concept. The low
power consumption also reduces operating costs and protects the environment.
Solid performance on a future-oriented platform
High reliability, outstanding ease of operation, maximum
precision and a wide dynamic range – this is what customers expect from a network analyzer. Using state-ofthe-art technology and a user-friendly operating concept,
Rohde & Schwarz has implemented all these features in its
R&S®ZNC vector network analyzer.
❙❙ Frequency range from 9 kHz to 3 GHz
❙❙ Dynamic range of up to 130 dB
❙❙ Short sweep times of 8 ms for 201 points
❙❙ High temperature stability of 0.01 dB/°C (typ.)
❙❙ Wide power sweep range from –50 dBm to +13 dBm (typ.)
❙❙ IF bandwidths from 1 Hz to 300 kHz
❙❙ Manual and automatic calibration
❙❙ Low trace noise of 0.004 dB RMS at 10 kHz IF bandwidth
❙❙ Large, high-resolution 12.1" screen
❙❙ Touchscreen user interface
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Operating in a range from 9 kHz to 3 GHz, the network
analyzer is targeted at applications in the mobile radio
and electronic goods industries. The R&S®ZNC is the right
choice when it comes to developing, producing and servicing RF components such as filters and cables.
The R&S®ZNC has a bidirectional test set for measuring all
four S-parameters of active and passive DUTs. Plus, it offers calibration methods suitable for a wide range of T&M
environments in development and production. The analyzer features excellent temperature and long-term stability,
which ensures reliable measurements over several days
without having to recalibrate the unit.
Block diagram of the R&S®ZNC
Typical effective system data
Directivity
Measuring
receiver
Reference
receiver
Port 2
Measuring
receiver
Reference
receiver
Port 1
Wide range of analysis functions, e.g. for filter adjustment.
9 kHz to 100 kHz
100 kHz to 3 GHz
46 dB
45 dB
Source match
41 dB
40 dB
Load match
44 dB
45 dB
Reflection tracking
0.02 dB
0.02 dB
Transmission tracking
0.028 dB
0.018 dB
Measurement speed
Measurement time
201 points, 200 MHz span, 300 kHz measurement
­bandwidth with 900 MHz center frequency
Measurement time per point
300 kHz measurement bandwidth, CW mode
Time for measurement and data transfer
201 points, 800 MHz start frequency, 1 GHz stop f­ requency,
300 kHz measurement bandwidth
Switching between channels
Up to 2001 points
Switching between instrument setups
Up to 2001 points
< 8 ms
< 4 μs
8 ms (typ.)
< 5 ms
< 5 ms
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R&S®ZND Vector Network Analyzer
The R&S®ZND can easily be upgraded to provide bidirectional measurements and to extend the ­frequency range
up to 8.5 GHz. Users can tailor the instrument to their specific needs in RF component production and development.
The easy-to-operate R&S®ZND is also ideal for training purposes. The analyzer's large touchscreen makes it possible
to display multiple results simultaneously.
The R&S®ZND has the same remote control command
set as the analyzers from the R&S®ZNB family. Users can
switch between instruments without having to modify
control programs.
Basic, solid-performance network analysis
The R&S®ZND is a basic network analyzer that provides
unidirectional measurements up to 4.5 GHz. Options are
available to perform bidirectional measurements and to extend the frequency range to 8.5 GHz.
The R&S®ZND supplements the R&S®ZNB family of network analyzers. The unidirectional R&S®ZND base model
can be used to measure the S‑parameters S11 and S21.
Unidirectional/bidirectional test set
Upgrade options for R&S®ZND base unit
Reflectometer 2
¸ZND
4.5 GHz
unidirectional
Meas. receiver
Ref. receiver
❙❙ Two-port network analyzer for unidirectional
measurements from 100 kHz to 4.5 GHz
❙❙ Frequency range can be extended to 8.5 GHz
❙❙ Test set can be enhanced for bidirectional measurements
❙❙ Touchscreen operation
❙❙ Dynamic range up to 120 dB
❙❙ Power sweep range up to 48 dB
❙❙ Bandwidths from 1 Hz to 300 kHz
❙❙ More than 100 traces and channels
❙❙ Compatible with all Rohde & Schwarz network analyzers
Bidirectional
test set
¸ZND-K5
¸ZND
4.5 GHz
bidirectional
¸ZND-K6
¸ZND
8.5 GHz
bidirectional
Reflectometer 1
¸ZND-K8
Port 2
¸ZND-K1
¸ZND-K7
Meas. receiver
Ref. receiver
¸ZND-K7
Port 1
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¸ZND
8.5 GHz
unidirectional
R&S®ZVL Vector Network Analyzer
Network analyzers
Specifications in brief
Frequency range
R&S®ZVL3/6/13, specified
9 kHz to 3 GHz/6 GHz/13.6 GHz
R&S®ZVL3/6/13, unspecified
5 kHz to 3 GHz/6 GHz/15 GHz
Network analysis
The cost-efficient compact class in network
analysis
❙❙ Network analyzer, spectrum analyzer and power meter in
a single box
❙❙ Digital communications standards
❙❙ Bidirectional test set for displaying all four ­S-parameters
❙❙ R&S®ZVL3-75: 75 Ω vector network analyzer for TV and
CATV measurements­
❙❙ Multitrace display for displaying all relevant ­parameters
❙❙ Distance-to-fault measurement for detecting cable faults
❙❙ Time domain analysis
❙❙ Operation with mouse or hardkeys/softkeys; convenient
user interface with wizards and ­context menus
❙❙ Undo/redo softkey for reversing up to six ­preceding
­operating steps
❙❙ USB connector for R&S®NRPxxS/SN and R&S®NRP-Zxx
power sensors for ­precise power ­measurements
❙❙ DVI-D connector for external ­monitor
❙❙ Internal battery and 12 V DC operation
❙❙ Small, compact, lightweight and portable (< 7 kg)
Measurement time
(201 measurement points,
full two-port-­calibrated)
Data transfer
(201 measurement points)
Dynamic range at 10 Hz
­measurement bandwidth
Output power
< 75 ms
Measurement bandwidths
10 Hz to 500 kHz in 1/2/5 steps
Weight (without battery)
< 7 kg (15.43 lb)
Channels, diagrams and traces
> 100
Measurement points per trace
2 to 4001
Operating system
Windows XP Embedded
1.5 ms
(via RSIB over 100 Mbit/s LAN)
> 115 dB, 123 dB (typ.)
> 0 dBm, +10 dBm (typ.)
Spectrum analysis
6
Resolution bandwidths
Standard
With R&S®FSL-B7 option
300 Hz to 10 MHz in 1/3 steps,
20 MHz at zero span
(1 Hz) 10 Hz to 10 MHz in 1/3 steps
Video bandwidths
10 Hz to 10 MHz
I/Q demodulation bandwidth
20 MHz
SSB phase noise at 500 MHz
–103 dBc (1 Hz) (typ.),
10 kHz carrier offset
Displayed average noise level
Without preamplifier at 1 GHz
< –140 dBm (1 Hz)
With preamplifier at 1 GHz
< –156 dBm (1 Hz),
–163 dBm (typ.)
> +5 dBm, +12 dBm (typ.)
TOI
Detectors
Level measurement uncertainty
(95 % confidence level)
max./min. peak, auto peak, RMS,
quasi-peak, average, sample
< 0.5 dB
Multitrace display for faster DUT c
­ haracterization.
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R&S®ZVH Cable and Antenna Analyzer
The benchmark for efficiency in the field
The R&S®ZVH cable and antenna analyzer is rugged,
handy and designed for use in the field. Its low weight and
simple operation make it indispensable for anyone who
needs an efficient measuring instrument outdoors for the
installation and maintenance of antenna systems.
❙❙ Frequency range from 100 kHz to 3.6 GHz or 8 GHz
❙❙ 100 dB (typ.) dynamic range for filter and antenna
­isolation measurements
❙❙ Built-in DC voltage supply (bias) for active components
such as amplifiers
❙❙ Power meter option for external power sensors and
built-in channel power meter option
❙❙ Saving of measurement results on SD card or USB stick
❙❙ Easy operation with user-configurable automatic tests
(wizard), “one-click” customizable report
❙❙ Easy-to-replace Li-ion battery for up to 4.5 h of operation
❙❙ Rugged, splash-proof housing for rough work in the field
❙❙ Easy handling due to low weight (3 kg with battery) and
easy-to-reach function keys
❙❙ Spectrum analyzer option
❙❙ Vector network analyzer option
Specifications in brief
Frequency range
Standard measurement ­functions
Output power (port 1, port 2)
Maximum permissible spurious ­signal level
Number of points
Distance-to-fault (DTF) measurement
Display modes
Resolution in meters
Horizontal display range
Reflection measurement
Directivity
100 kHz to 3 GHz (nominal)
3 GHz to 3.6 GHz
3.6 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 8 GHz
Display modes
vector network analysis
(R&S®ZVH-K42)
vector voltmeter (R&S®ZVH-K45)
Transmission measurement (with R&S®ZVH-K39 or R&S®ZVH-K42)
100 kHz to 300 kHz
Dynamic range (S21)
300 kHz to 2.5 GHz
2.5 GHz to 3.6 GHz
3.6 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 8 GHz
Display modes
transmission measurement
(R&S®ZVH-K39)
vector network analysis
(R&S®ZVH-K42)
vector voltmeter (R&S®ZVH-K45)
DC voltage supply (DC bias, port 1 and port 2)
Voltage range
internal voltage supply
Maximum output power/current
Maximum voltage/current
external voltage supply
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R&S®ZVH8
100 kHz to 3.6 GHz
100 kHz to 8 GHz
reflection, distance-to-fault, one-port cable loss
0 dBm to –40 dBm (nominal), in 1 dB steps
+17 dBm (nominal)
101, 201, 401, 601, 631, 801, 1001, 1201
return loss (dB), VSWR
(1.58 × velocity factor/span)
3 m to 1500 m
> 43 dB (nominal)
> 43 dB (nominal)
> 37 dB (nominal)
> 37 dB (nominal)
–
> 37 dB (nominal)
–
> 31 dB (nominal)
S11, return loss (dB), VSWR, one-port cable loss
S11, S22, magnitude, phase, magnitude + phase, Smith chart, VSWR,
­reflection coefficient, mρ, one-port cable loss, electrical length, group
delay
magnitude + phase, Smith chart
> 50 dB (nominal)
> 80 dB, 100 dB (typ.)
> 70 dB, 90 dB (typ.)
–
–
S21, magnitude in dB (loss, gain)
> 70 dB, 90 dB (typ.)
> 50 dB (nominal)
S21, S12, magnitude, phase, magnitude + phase, electrical length, group
delay
magnitude + phase
+12 V to +32 V, in 1 V steps
4 W (battery), 10 W (AC supply)/500 mA
50 V/600 mA
Network analyzers
R&S®ZCxxx Millimeter-Wave Converters
New
Network analysis up to 330 GHz
The converters’ wide dynamic range is particularly beneficial for measurements on high-blocking filters and for
on-wafer amplifier measurements, for example. It also
speeds up measurements in general, as it enables the use
of wider bandwidths while maintaining the same excellent
performance.
❙❙ Wide frequency range
■■ 140 GHz to 220 GHz (R&S®ZC220)
■■ 220 GHz to 330 GHz (R&S®ZC330)
❙❙ For use with an R&S®ZVA24, R&S®ZVA40, R&S®ZVA50,
R&S®ZVA67 or R&S®ZVT20 network analyzer
❙❙ Wide dynamic range
■■ > 100 dB, typ. 110 dB (R&S®ZC220)
■■ > 100 dB, typ. 115 dB (R&S®ZC330)
❙❙ Variable output power
❙❙ Automatic parameter setting
❙❙ Easy handling
❙❙ Highly stable measurements
Specifications in brief
Waveguide designation
IEEE 1785
Connector type
Anti-cocking flange
Frequency range
Output power at +7 dBm input power from the
R&S®ZVA/R&S®ZVT20
Output power attenuation
Dynamic range
R&S®ZC220
R&S®ZC330
WM-1295
WM-864
140 GHz to 220 GHz
> –3 dBm, +1 dBm (typ.)
220 GHz to 330 GHz
> –11 dBm, –8 dBm (typ.)
manually adjustable from 0 dB to 40 dB
>100 dB, 110 dB (typ.)
manually adjustable from 0 dB to 40 dB
> 100 dB, 115 dB (typ.)
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R&S®ZVA-Zxx Millimeter-Wave ­Converters
Network analysis up to 500 GHz
Featuring a wide dynamic range, these Rohde & Schwarz
converters offer high operating convenience and allow fast
measurements. Two-port measurements can be performed
using a four-port network analyzer and two converters; no
external generator is required.
When using a two-port ­network ­analyzer, an external
generator is needed to supply the LO signals. The wide
dynamic range is particularly important for high-blocking
filters, for example, but it also speeds up measurements in
general, as it enables the use of wider bandwidths while
maintaining the same excellent performance.
❙❙ Millimeter-wave measurements in the V, E, W, F, D, G, J
and Y bands
❙❙ Network analysis from 50 GHz to 500 GHz depending on
converter model
❙❙ Variable output power
❙❙ Electronic power control (R&S®ZVA-Z110E)
❙❙ Automatic parameter setting
❙❙ Multiport and true differential measurements
❙❙ Pulsed measurements
❙❙ Calibration
❙❙ Applications
■■ On-wafer measurements
■■ True differential measurements
Specifications in brief
R&S®ZVA-Z75
R&S®ZVA-Z90
R&S®ZVA-Z110
R&S®ZVA-Z110E
WR12
WR10
WR10
Waveguide designation
Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) WR15
Connector type
Anti-cocking flange
Frequency range
precision waveguide flange compatible with UG387/U-M
50 GHz to 75 GHz
Output power
Output power attenuation
Range
Dynamic range
60 GHz to 90 GHz
75 GHz to 110 GHz
75 GHz to 110 GHz
at +7 dBm input power from the ¸ZVA/¸ZVT
> 0 dBm, +4 dBm (typ.)
> 6 dBm, +10 dBm (typ.)
manually variable
attenuator
0 dB to 40 dB
adjustable by r­ eduction of RF manually adjustable from electronic power control
input power
0 dB to 40 dB; adjustable
by r­ eduction of RF input
power from 0 dB to 70 dB
0 dB to 70 dB
0 dB to 70 dB
0 dB to 25 dB
> 7 dBm, +10 dBm (typ.)
> –3 dBm, 0 dBm (typ.)
> 90 dB, 110 dB (typ.)
> 100 dB, 115 dB (typ.)
> 100 dB, 110 dB (typ.)
> 95 dB, 110 dB (typ.)
R&S®ZVA-Z140
R&S®ZVA-Z220
R&S®ZVA-Z325
R&S®ZVA-Z500
WR05
WR03
WR02
Waveguide designation
Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) WR08
Connector type
Anti-cocking flange
Frequency range
precision waveguide flange compatible with UG387/U-M
90 GHz to 140 GHz
Output power
Range
220 GHz to 325 GHz
325 GHz to 500 GHz
at +7 dBm input power from the ¸ZVA/¸ZVT
> –1 dBm (n.trc.) 1),
+3 dBm (typ.)
❙❙ for f < 150 GHz: > –18 dBm > –22 dBm (n. trc.) 1),
(n. trc.) 1), –12 dBm (typ.)
–20 dBm (typ.)
❙❙ for f > 150 GHz: > –14 dBm
(n. trc.) 1), –10 dBm (typ.)
manually variable attenuator
❙❙ for f < 480 GHz: > –25 dBm
(n. trc.) 1), –22 dBm (typ.)
❙❙ for f > 480 GHz: > –30 dBm
(n. trc.) 1), –27 dBm (typ.)
0 dB to 40 dB
0 dB to 40 dB
0 dB to 40 dB
0 dB to 40 dB
> 85 dB, 105 dB (typ.)
> 85 dB, 105 dB (typ.)
> 80 dB, 100 dB (typ.)
> 70 dB, 90 dB (typ.)
Output power attenuation
Dynamic range
140 GHz to 220 GHz
n.trc.: not traceable.
1)
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Network analyzers
RPG ZRX High Dynamic Receivers for VNAs
New
High-performance frequency extension of vector
network analyzers up to 500 GHz
The RPG 1) vector network analyzer extenders (VNA extenders) allow high-performance frequency extension of
vector network analyzers up to 500 GHz.
The RPG ZRXxxx high dynamic receivers offer superior
broadband conversion performance. Typical application
examples are antenna measurements. A typical setup
includes an RPG ZRXxxx on the receiving side and a
R&S®ZCxxx millimeter-wave converter on the transmitting side. The available models cover a frequency range
up to 500 GHz. Passive cooling is a standard feature with
all these modules. Also, they are compatible with the
R&S®ZCxxx millimeter-wave converters. The R&S®ZCPS
power supply is also available for the RPG ZRX receivers.
❙❙ Fullband operation
❙❙ Compatible with R&S®ZCxxx series
❙❙ Applications
■■ Vector network analysis
■■ Signal and spectrum analysis
❙❙ LO input power +7 dBm
❙❙ IF frequency range 1 MHz to 2.5 GHz
6
RPG – A Rohde & Schwarz company.
1)
Overview of high dynamic receivers
RPG ZRX170
RPG ZRX220
RPG ZRX260
RPG ZRX330
RPG ZRX500
Frequency range
110 GHz to 170 GHz
140 GHz to 220 GHz
170 GHz to 260 GHz
220 GHz to 330 GHz
325 GHz to 500 GHz
RF port
WR6.5 (UG387/UM)
WR5.1 (UG385/U)
WR4.3 (UG387/UM)
WR3.4 (UG387/UM)
WR2.2 (UG387/UM)
Receiver response
+5 dB (typ.)
+5 dB (typ.)
+5 dB (typ.)
+5 dB (typ.)
+15 dB (typ.)
System NF
15 dB (typ.)
15 dB (typ.)
15 dB (typ.)
15 dB (typ.)
25 dB (typ.)
Dynamic
130 dB (typ.)
135 dB (typ.)
120 dB (typ.)
135 dB (typ.)
115 dB (typ.)
VSWR LO
2:1
1.6:1
2:1
2:1
2:1
VSWR IF
1.5:1
1.5:1
2.3:1
2.3:1
2.3:1
LO frequency range
6.875 GHz to 10.625 GHz 11.66 GHz to 18.34 GHz 14.16 GHz to 21.67 GHz 9.16 GHz to 13.54 GHz 13.88 GHz to 20.83 GHz
LO multiplication
factor
12
12
12
24
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Network analyzers
R&S®ZNrun Automated Test Software
New
The ­R&S®ZNrun automated test software then takes over
communications with the test equipment and configures it
in accordance with the user's specifications.
The ­R&S®ZNrun automated test software helps users
boost measurement speed. The software executes the preconfigured measurements in an optimized sequence that
requires the fewest possible changes to the ­system between one measurement and the next. If a switch ­matrix is
used, the software keeps the number of switching operations and switching levels to a minimum.
PC-based server platform for automated VNA tests
In production environments, measurements need to be
performed on devices under test (DUTs) with an everincreasing number of ports. Vector network analyzers
(VNAs) are often used in combination with other test
equipment in order to perform these tests as quickly and
efficiently as possible. With the ­R&S®ZNrun automated
test software, Rohde & Schwarz offers a powerful control
software application for automated measurements.
Characterization of a complex DUT, such as a ­frontend
module, requires detailed configuration of the test ­setup
and precise definition of the test sequence.
The ­­R&S®ZNrun automated test software simplifies these
tasks. In a first step, the user sets the test equipment to be
used, the number of ports on the DUT and the measurements to be performed.
Functional model of ­R&S®ZNrun software
Configuration
client
Test equipment
and DUTs
¸ZNrun
server
To configure the test, the user can utilize the graphical
user interface (GUI) as well as plug-ins. It is up to the user
to decide whether to use one or the other, or a combination of the two. For example, a test can be configured
in the GUI and plug-ins can be used to add further test
equipment to the VNA. This ability to mix and match gives
users a powerful tool for obtaining the best possible performance from the equipment on hand.
❙❙ Configuration of tests with vector network analyzers in
production systems
❙❙ One software package to manage and control multiple
test setups
❙❙ Optimization of production system speed
❙❙ Integration of external components (power supplies,
multimeters, etc.) in test sequences by using plug-ins
❙❙ Control of DUT, e.g. via RFFE GPIO interface
❙❙ Efficient system error correction on test system
❙❙ Test setups centered around the DUT
­R&S®ZNrun-K2 for controlling multiple test systems
¸ZNrun server
Calibration
client
Measurement
execution unit A
Communicate
VNA 1
Measurement
execution unit B
Communicate
VNA 2
Matrix 1a
Matrix 1b
DUT 1
Measurement
client
The R
­ &S®ZNrun server controls communications between the test
equipment, the DUT and the various clients of the software.
Matrix 2a
Matrix 2b
DUT 2
The ­R&S®ZNrun-K2 multiclient version of the automated test software can
be used to control multiple test systems in parallel, including differently
­configured systems.
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Network analyzers
Accessories for network analysis
R&S®ZVAX-TRM Extension Unit
Measurements on active devices made easy
The R&S®ZVAX-TRMxx (xx = 24, 40, 50, 67 GHz)
extension unit for the R&S®ZVA(T)
simplifies intermodulation, high-power, noise
figure and pulsed measurements on active
devices, mainly transmit/receive modules or
amplifiers. Besides the standard high-power test
set, components for signal conditioning, such
as combiners, pulse modulators and preamplifier
can be fitted as options.
The R&S®ZVAX-TRMxx is directly controlled by
the R&S®ZVA via a graphical user interface. The
combination of an R&S®ZVA and the
R&S®ZVAX-TRMxx behaves like a fully
integrated single box. However, if
multiple R&S®ZVA analyzers are being
used in a lab, they can share one
extension unit. This helps ensure
optimum investment utilization.
Two or four VNA ports, up to 48 test ports
❙❙ Frequency range: 10 MHz to 8.5 GHz
❙❙ Test ports: 6, 12, 18 or 24 ports, SMA(f)
❙❙ Up to 48 ports by combining two R&S®ZN-Z84
matrices
❙❙ Port connector: SMA(f)
❙❙ Damage level: +23 dBm
❙❙ Damage DC voltage: 12 V
❙❙ Impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ Switching time:
■■ USB: < 1 ms (nom.)
■■ LAN: < 2 ms (nom.)
■■ Direct connect: < 100 µs (nom.)
❙❙ Remote control: USB, LAN, direct connect
Two VNA ports with 6 test ports or four
VNA ports with 12 test ports
❙❙ Frequency range: 10 MHz to 20 GHz
❙❙ Test ports: 6 or 12 ports, SMA(f)
❙❙ Up to 12 ports by combining two R&S®ZN-Z85
matrices
❙❙ Port connector: SMA(f)
❙❙ Damage level: +23 dBm
❙❙ Damage DC voltage: 12 V
❙❙ Impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ Switching time:
■■ USB: < 1 ms (nom.)
■■ LAN: < 2 ms (nom.)
■■ Direct connect: < 100 µs (nom.)
❙❙ Remote control: USB, LAN, direct connect
R&S®ZN-Z84 Switch Matrix
6
R&S®ZN-Z85 Switch Matrix
New
R&S®ZCAN/ZV-Z2xx/ZV-Z170/-Z135/-Z129 M
­ anual Calibration Kits (coaxial)
Type, connectors
❙❙ R&S®ZCAN, N (m) and N (f), 75 Ω
❙❙ R&S®ZCAN, N (m) and N (f), 50 Ω
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z270, N (m) or N (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z235, 3.5 mm (m) or 3.5 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z235E, 3.5 mm (m) or 3.5 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z229, 2.92 mm (m) or 2.92 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z224, 2.4 mm (m) or 2.4 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z218, 1.85 mm (m) or 1.85 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z210, 1.0 mm (m) or 1.0 mm (f)
Frequency range
❙❙ 0 Hz to 3 GHz
❙❙ 0 Hz to 3 GHz
❙❙ 0 Hz to 18 GHz
❙❙ 0 Hz to 24 GHz
❙❙ 0 Hz to 33 GHz
❙❙ 0 Hz to 40 GHz
❙❙ 0 Hz to 50 GHz
❙❙ 0 Hz to 67 GHz
❙❙ 0 Hz to 110 GHz
4-in-1 calibration kits
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z170, N (m) or N (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z135, 3.5 mm (m) or 3.5 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z129, 2.92 mm (m) or 2.92 mm (f)
Frequency range
❙❙ 0 Hz to 9 GHz
❙❙ 0 Hz to 15 GHz
❙❙ 0 Hz to 40 GHz
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Accessories for network analysis
R&S®ZN-Z15x/ZN-Z51/ZV-Z5x ­Automatic Calibration Units
Type, connector
❙❙ R&S®ZN-Z151, N (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZN-Z151, SMA (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZN-Z152, SMA (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZN-Z153, SMA (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZN-Z154, SMA (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZN-Z51, N (f) or 3.5 mm (f), individual
configuration of each port possible
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z52, N (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z52, 3.5 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z53, N (f), 75 Ω
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z53, N (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z53, 3.5 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z54, 2.92 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z55, 2.4 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z58, N (f), for R&S®ZVT8 with up to
8 test ports
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z58, 3.5 mm (f)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-Z59, 3.5 mm (f)
Frequency range, ports
❙❙ 100 kHz to 8.5 GHz, 2 ports
❙❙ 100 kHz to 8.5 GHz, 2 ports
❙❙ 100 kHz to 8.5 GHz, 6 ports
❙❙ 100 kHz to 8.5 GHz, 4 ports
❙❙ 100 kHz to 8.5 GHz, 6, 12, 18 or 24 ports 1)
❙❙ 100 kHz to 8.5 GHz, 2 or 4 ports
❙❙ 100 kHz to 18 GHz, 4 ports
❙❙ 10 MHz to 24 GHz, 4 ports
❙❙ 300 kHz to 3 GHz, 2 ports
❙❙ 300 kHz to 18 GHz, 2 ports
❙❙ 300 kHz to 24 GHz, 2 ports
❙❙ 10 MHz to 40 GHz, 2 ports
❙❙ 10 MHz to 50 GHz, 2 ports
❙❙ 300 kHz to 8 GHz, 8 ports
❙❙ 300 kHz to 8 GHz, 8 ports
❙❙ 10 MHz to 20 GHz, 6 ports
1)
6-port base model with options for port extensions
R&S®ZNZ154-B22, R&S®ZNZ154-B32 and
R&S®ZNZ154-B42.
R&S®ZV-WRxx M
­ anual Waveguide Calibration Kits
Designation
❙❙ Calibration kit WR15
❙❙ Calibration kit WR12
❙❙ Calibration kit WR10
❙❙ Calibration kit WR08
❙❙ Calibration kit WR06
❙❙ Calibration kit WR05
❙❙ Calibration kit WR03
❙❙ Calibration kit WR02
Type (models with/without sliding match)
❙❙ R&S®ZV-WR15
❙❙ R&S®ZV-WR12
❙❙ R&S®ZV-WR10
❙❙ R&S®ZV-WR08
❙❙ R&S®ZV-WR06
❙❙ R&S®ZV-WR05
❙❙ R&S®ZV-WR03
❙❙ R&S®ZV-WR02
Frequency range
❙❙ 50 GHz to 75 GHz
❙❙ 60 GHz to 90 GHz
❙❙ 75 GHz to 110 GHz
❙❙ 90 GHz to 140 GHz
❙❙ 110 GHz to 170 GHz
❙❙ 140 GHz to 220 GHz
❙❙ 220 GHz to 325 GHz
❙❙ 325 GHz to 500 GHz
Frequency range
❙❙ 45 MHz to 18 GHz
❙❙ 45 MHz to 26.5 GHz
❙❙ 45 MHz to 40 GHz
❙❙ 45 MHz to 50 GHz
❙❙ 45 MHz to 18 GHz
❙❙ 45 MHz to 26.5 GHz
❙❙ 45 MHz to 40 GHz
❙❙ 45 MHz to 50 GHz
Description
❙❙ T-Check verification device, type N (f to m)
❙❙ T-Check verification device, 3.5 mm (f to m)
❙❙ T-Check verification device, 2.92 mm (f to m)
❙❙ T-Check verification device, 2.4 mm (f to m)
❙❙ Verification kit, type N
❙❙ Verification kit, 3.5 mm
❙❙ Verification kit, 2.92 mm
❙❙ Verification kit, 2.4 mm
Type
❙❙ R&S®ZN-ZTW (model .71)
❙❙ R&S®ZN-ZTW (model .35)
❙❙ R&S®ZN-ZTW (model .10)
Description
❙❙ For type N connectors, 1.5 Nm, 20 mm width
❙❙ For 3.5/2.92/2.4/1.85 mm connectors, 0.9 Nm,
8 mm width
❙❙ For 1.0 mm connectors, 0.45 Nm, 6 mm width
R&S®ZV-Z3xx/ZV-Z4xx V
­ erification Kits
Type
R&S®ZV-Z370
R&S®ZV-Z335
R&S®ZV-Z329
R&S®ZV-Z324
R&S®ZV-Z470
R&S®ZV-Z435
R&S®ZV-Z429
R&S®ZV-Z424
R&S®ZN-ZTW Torque Wrench
New
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Mobile Network Testing Chapter 7
Mobile network
testing
Mobile network testing products from
Rohde & Schwarz and SwissQual cover all
measurement needs during the lifecycle of a mobile
radio network. The combined decades of experience
of both companies in the fields of RF and end-to-end
service quality measurements enable us to offer our
customers a unique portfolio.
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Type
Designation
Description
Benchmarking
SwissQual
Diversity Benchmarker II
Large scale and fully fledged drive-test-based QoE benchmarking
132
New SwissQual
Page
TCM Test Device Containment Module
The test device container for reliable and stable mobile network testing
133
SwissQual
QualiPoc Freerider II
Walk-test-based quality of experience benchmarking
134
New SwissQual
QualiPoc Freerider III
Extended walk- and drive-test-based QoE benchmarking and optimization
135
Drive test software incl. R&S®ROMES4NPA Mobile coverage and QoS measurements in wireless communications
network problem analyzer
QualiPoc Android
Handheld voice and data service quality troubleshooting and optimization
136
Diversity Optimizer
QualiPoc Remote Control
Smartphone-based quality of experience testing and optimization
Unattended, large-scale data collection for network optimization (drive test)
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139
Autonomous mobile network scanner
Ultracompact drive test scanner
Universal radio network analyzer
Radio network analyzer
Radio network analyzer
Radio network analyzer
GPS module
Walk and drive testing with flexible connectivity
All bands, all technologies, simultaneously
Scanner for drive tests and I/Q s­ treaming
Just one drive test covers all standards
Flexible drive test solution
Technology-specific drive test solution
GPS receiver module with PPS output and dead reckoning
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141
142
143
143
143
143
Unattended, network-wide 24/7 service quality monitoring
139
Optimization
R&S®ROMES4
SwissQual
SwissQual
New SwissQual
137
RF scanner
New R&S®TSMA
R&S®TSME
R&S®TSMW
R&S®TSMQ
R&S®TSMU
R&S®TSML
R&S®TSMX-PPS2
Service quality monitoring
QualiPoc Remote Control
New SwissQual
Software
New SwissQual
SwissQual
SwissQual
SwissQual
NetQual NQDI II
NetQual NQDI Classic
NetQual NQView
NetQual NQWeb
Business intelligence for quality of experience benchmarking and optimization
Scalable data analysis and reporting for optimization and benchmarking
Control and monitoring of data collection
Web platform for data management automation, monitoring and reporting
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145
146
147
Systems
R&S®TS51GA30
R&S®TS9955
Coverage suitcase system
High-performance drive test system
Compact case system for outdoor measurements
Drive test platform for accurate and fast coverage measurements in mobile
­radio and broadcasting networks
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Mobile Network Testing
SwissQual Diversity Benchmarker II
Large scale and fully fledged drive-test-based
quality of experience benchmarking
Diversity Benchmarker II is a fully fledged solution for
large-scale drive-test-based quality of experience benchmarking campaigns. It allows mobile operators and testing service providers to assess and compare service quality (QoS and QoE) based on the most comprehensive
set of key performance indicators (KPI) and accurate test
scenarios.
Benchmarker II is based on a highly reliable, modular and
scalable hardware platform which guarantees unmatched
system stability, outstanding testing flexibility, high operational efficiency and maximum future readiness. Combined with SwissQual’s versatile and productive data management, analysis and reporting suite NetQual, SwissQual
offers the most powerful solution for network service
benchmarking.
The scalable, multichannel solution can measure multiple
operators and their services in parallel (up to 48 channels),
collecting voice, messaging, video and data KPIs. In addition, an optional RF scanner, such as the Rohde & Schwarz
R&S®TSMW or R&S®TSME, can be supported to provide a
full representation of the physical RF environment.
❙❙ Extensive technology test support including GSM, GPRS,
EDGE, WCDMA, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, CDMA,
EV-DO, LTE, LTE-A (Cat6)
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❙❙ More than 200 devices supported, including the latest
Android smartphones, USB modems and RF scanners
(Rohde & Schwarz, PCTel)
❙❙ Comprehensive KPI analysis: more than 250 key
performance indicators (incl. ETSI) available in realtime as
well as in postprocessing
❙❙ Full logging and decoding of multiple protocol layers on
all technologies: 3GPP, L2, L3, TCP/IP text decoding of L3
messages and TCP/IP packets
❙❙ Wide range of options for benchmarking and service
testing:
■■ Voice telephony: call to any number, speech MOS
■■ Data: ping, FTP/FTPS DL/UL, HTTP/HTTPS DL/UL,
PING, DL capacity, Iperf UDP/TCP
■■ Browsing: HTTP
■■ Messaging: SMS, MMS, email (SMTP, POP3, IMAP)
■■ Video streaming (YouTube)
Mobile Network Testing
SwissQual TCM Test Device Containment Module
New
The TCM is fully compatible with SwissQual’s Diversity
Benchmarker II and can be used as an alternative to the
existing ASM (audio slide-in module). The TCM enables
multiple use cases for large-scale and fully fledged drive
test-based quality of experience benchmarking campaigns.
Vehicle roof box setup
TCMs can be installed in the specially designed SwissQual
VRB vehicle roof box and connected to SwissQual’s Diversity Benchmarker II. The VRB can contain up to 16 TCMs
(measurement channels) and ensures uniform RF and temperature conditions. The roof box and the IP65 rated cable
duct for the cable entry into the vehicle are ready for any
weather condition.
Customized installation
TCMs can also be installed in a customized setup, based
on the drive test vehicle’s configuration (e.g. in-car) or customer-specific requirements.
The test device container for reliable and stable
mobile network testing
The TCM test device containment module sets optimal
conditions for uninterrupted data collection in a stable environment. It ensures maximum data quality for large-scale
benchmarking campaigns with Diversity Benchmarker II
and offers the following key product benefits:
Superior temperature control
The TCM features a patent pending thermal conditioning
mechanism. This unique feature provides active cooling
and heating inside the TCM and a forced airflow around
the device itself. As a result, the sensor-controlled system ensures that all test devices operate at a stable and
uniform temperature level, independent of varying TCM
ambient temperatures. TCM is the foundation for true
benchmarking and guarantees maximum data quality and
comparable results, also for repetitive measurements (e.g.
in different climatic conditions).
❙❙ Enables the use of unmodified test devices
(smartphones) and their built-in RF antennas
❙❙ Ensures stable thermal environments and uniform
conditions for all test devices to guarantee comparable
results
❙❙ Allows simulation of multiple end-user scenarios
(handheld, beside head) in different environments
(pedestrian, in-car, in-house), using configurable RF
attenuation per device
❙❙ Supports a unique device self-healing feature to minimize
failures or lost data to prevent repeat drives
❙❙ Offers convenient test device access and simplifies future
product updates
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Mobile Network Testing
SwissQual QualiPoc Freerider II
QualiPoc Freerider II provides extensive functionalities to
test voice, data, video and messaging to assess quality of
service (QoS) and quality of experience (QoE) from a real
end-user perspective.
Freerider II offers network operators and service providers
the capabilities to more effectively and economically analyze and benchmark their services, optimize their wireless
network coverage and capacity and ultimately improve
end-user experience.
Thanks to its compact and discreet design, its ease-of-use
and flexibility, Freerider II allows efficient walk-test-based
measurements at lower operational costs.
Walk-test-based quality of experience
benchmarking
QualiPoc Freerider II is a portable, lightweight, multichannel benchmarking solution for walk-test-based quality of
experience benchmarking campaigns, especially for indoor
locations, pedestrian zones and public transport.
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❙❙ Extensive technology support including GSM, GPRS,
EDGE, WCDMA, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, CDMA,
EV-DO, LTE, LTE-A (Cat6)
❙❙ Support of a wide range of Android smartphones
❙❙ Full range of service testing options
■■ Voice telephony: call to any number, speech MOS
■■ Data: ping, FTP DL/UL, HTTP DL/UL, PING, DL capacity,
Iperf UDP/TCP
■■ Browsing: HTTP
■■ Messaging: SMS, MMS, email (SMTP, POP3, IMAP)
■■ Video streaming (YouTube)
❙❙ Comprehensive KPI analysis: more than 250 key
performance indicators (incl. ETSI) available in realtime as
well as in postprocessing
❙❙ Full logging and decoding of multiple protocol layers on
all technologies: 3GPP, L2, L3, TCP/IP, IMS, SIP and text
decoding of L3 messages, TCP/IP and RTP packets
Mobile Network Testing
SwissQual QualiPoc Freerider III
New
The compact, lightweight and well-designed backpack
provides extensive functionalities to test voice, data, video
and messaging to assess quality of service (QoS) and quality of experience (QoE) from a real end-user perspective,
including the complete information about the physical RF
environment.
Its future-ready concept, the various applications, the outstanding performance and the ease-of-use make QualiPoc
Freerider III the ultimate portable benchmarking solution.
Extended walk- and drive-test-based quality of
experience benchmarking and optimization
Freerider III marks the third generation of SwissQual’s
smartphone-based and portable benchmarking solution for
extended walk- and drive-test-based quality of experience
benchmarking and optimization.
❙❙ Extensive technology support including GSM, GPRS,
EDGE, WCDMA, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, CDMA,
EV-DO, LTE, LTE-A (Cat6)
❙❙ Support of a wide range of Android smartphones
❙❙ Optional multiband and multitechnology R&S®TSME RF
scanner
❙❙ Full range of service testing options
■■ Voice telephony: call to any number, speech MOS
■■ Data: ping, FTP DL/UL, HTTP DL/UL, PING, DL capacity,
Iperf UDP/TCP
■■ Browsing: HTTP
■■ Messaging: SMS, MMS, email (SMTP, POP3, IMAP)
■■ Video streaming (YouTube)
❙❙ Comprehensive KPI analysis: more than 250 key
performance indicators (incl. ETSI) available in realtime as
well as in postprocessing
❙❙ Full logging and decoding of multiple protocol layers on
all technologies: 3GPP, L2, L3, TCP/IP, IMS, SIP and text
decoding of L3 messages, TCP/IP and RTP packets
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Mobile Network Testing
R&S®ROMES4 Drive Test Software incl. R&S®ROMES4NPA Network Problem Analyzer
Mobile coverage and QoS measurements
R&S®ROMES4 is a test platform for mobile measurements
in all modern radio networks. In combination with scanners and test mobile phones, it forms a complete system
for coverage and quality of service (QoS) measurements.
Besides pure recording and visualization of test parameters, data is processed instantly and statistics are calculated in realtime. Currently, the following technologies are
supported: GSM/EDGE, WCDMA/HSPA+, CDMA2000®
1xEV‑DO Rev. A, WLAN, WiMAX™ (IEEE 802.16e), TETRA,
TD-LTE and LTE-FDD. Standard-compliant RF level measurements can be time- and distance-triggered.
❙❙ One software solution for all technologies
❙❙ Flexible handling of licenses reduces startup costs
❙❙ Use of highly accurate, fast RF test and measurement
equipment (Rohde & Schwarz scanners): many reliable
measured values and results
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❙❙ Parallel measurements with up to 8 mobile phones per
license; this saves time, allowing existing r­ esources to be
utilized more effectively and saving ­operating expenses
(OPEX)
❙❙ Automatic evaluation after completion of ­measurement
by means of the integrated replay function or
R&S®ROMES4NPA network problem analyzer, which
considerably reduces OPEX
❙❙ Automatic identification of GSM interferences:
­considerable OPEX reduction
❙❙ Unique scanner support for six technologies (GSM,
WCDMA, CDMA2000® 1xEV-DO, WiMAX™, TD-LTE,
LTE-FDD and TETRA)
❙❙ Mobile support including LTE carrier aggregation, VoLTE
and voice quality measurements
❙❙ Automatic transmitter detection feature minimizes the
setup time for a scan and ensures, that all present and
relevant channels are evaluated
SwissQual QualiPoc Android
Mobile Network Testing
❙❙ Extensive technology test support including GSM, GPRS,
EDGE, WCDMA, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, CDMA,
EV-DO, LTE, LTE-A (Cat6)
❙❙ Extensive set of service tests for voice, data, video and
messaging such as
■■ GSM, GPRS, EDGE, WCDMA, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSDPA
DC, LTE-FDD & TD-LTE, CDMA2000®, EV-DO
■■ Full recording and decoding of protocol layers on the
supported technologies: 3GPP, L2, L3, TCP/IP, IMS, SIP
■■ Direct decoding of L3 text messages and TCP/IP, RTP
packets on smartphones
❙❙ Full logging and decoding of multiple protocol layers on
all technologies
■■ 3GPP, L2, L3, TCP/IP, IMS, SIP and text decoding of L3
messages, TCP/IP and RTP packets
❙❙ Video quality (VMOS)
■■ Video quality testing for multimedia IP-based video
services (e.g. YouTube) in the presence of encrypted
bitstream data using the J.343.1 algorithm
❙❙ Optimization testing
■■ Configuration of standard voice and data testing tasks
■■ Static forcing of technology as well as channel and cell
locking
■■ BTS list with cell name identification
■■ Customizable notification for L3 messages and L1
values
Handheld voice and data service quality
troubleshooting and optimization
QualiPoc Android is a multifunctional smartphone-based
tool for voice and data service quality troubleshooting and
RF optimization. As the premier handheld troubleshooter,
QualiPoc Android sets a new industry standard for smartphone-based mobile network testing.
QualiPoc is based on the latest commercial Android smartphones. It supports all mobile network technologies used
worldwide and covers multiple protocol layers as well as
the IP stack in realtime. QualiPoc Android provides extensive test functions for voice, including MOS, data, video
streaming and messaging tests to assess and reflect
the real end-user experience (QoS/QoE) within a mobile
network.
The multifunctional QualiPoc Android is a cost-efficient
and powerful pocket solution for every RF engineer, who
performs daily tasks such as site verification and commissioning, troubleshooting and RF optimization.
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Mobile Network Testing
SwissQual Diversity Optimizer
Smartphone-based quality of experience testing
and optimization
Diversity Optimizer is a powerful and flexible multitechnology RF and service quality (QoS) optimization tool for
mobile operators and infrastructure vendors. It runs on
standard laptops for drive tests and tablets for indoor and
walk-test-based measurements.
Diversity Optimizer supports more than 100 test devices,
including the latest commercially available Android smartphones, USB modem data devices, SIP clients and RF
scanners such as the R&S®TSME Scanner. External devices can all be easily connected via standard PC interfaces, including USB, PCIe and Ethernet. Running on a PCbased operating system, Diversity Optimizer can also be
equipped with SwissQual QualiPoc Android smartphones,
offering the portability and flexibility of a handheld tool
with the power of PC.
With its intuitive and easy-to-use interface, the possibility to connect up to six test devices and an RF scanner,
Diversity Optimizer supports all possible optimization test
scenarios. Diversity Optimizer is an ideal solution for driveand walk-test-based optimization campaigns.
❙❙ Extensive technology test support including GSM, GPRS,
EDGE, WCDMA, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, CDMA/
EV-DO, LTE, LTE-A
❙❙ Support of a wide range of devices, including Android
smartphones, data devices, SIP clients and RF scanners
(R&S®TSMW/TSME)
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❙❙ Full logging and decoding of multiple protocol layers on
all technologies: 3GPP and 3GPP2 RF, L2, L3, TCP/IP,
including PPP, RTSP, SIP and more
❙❙ Full range of service testing options
■■ Voice telephony: CS & VoIP speech MOS, noise
suppression, active and passive echo, round trip time
■■ Data: ping, FTP, UDP, HTTP, data capacity, Iperf
■■ Browsing: WAP, HTTP, IE
■■ Messaging: SMS, MMS, email
■■ Video over IP: video streaming portals, including
YouTube, supporting MPEG4, H.263 and H.264 streams
with resolutions from QCIF to 720p HD
■■ Voice, data, video and messaging testing stacks running
on Android
❙❙ More than 250 key performance indicators (incl. ETSI)
available in realtime as well as in postprocessing
SwissQual QualiPoc Remote Control
New
Mobile Network Testing
QualiPoc Remote Control is an essential component to
cost-effectively monitor service quality status in realtime
from a real end-user perspective; and helps to reduce operational costs in the field. Ultimately, QualiPoc Remote
Control ensures seamless quality of service.
Targeted, 24/7 and unattended service quality
monitoring in hotspots
Thanks to its smart design and self-healing functions,
QualiPoc Remote Control continuously reports the perceived end-user service quality in realtime. Installed in
stationary and moving hotspots, such as shopping malls,
airports, business districts, trains, metro, etc., QualiPoc
Remote Control enables mobile operators to ensure stable
quality of service where it matters most. Network and service instabilities, or errors that have an adverse effect on
end-user experience are immediately detected; network
and service operation centers are instantly alarmed so that
they can take prompt action.
Unattended network-wide non-stop service
quality monitoring and optimization
QualiPoc Remote Control is a versatile, smartphone-based
mobile network probe for unattended network-wide nonstop service quality monitoring and optimization. It is remotely controlled and in realtime delivers a continuous
stream of KPIs and insight into network quality just as the
customer perceives it. This enables multiple applications in
fixed or moving locations. These include targeted 24/7 service quality monitoring in realtime, or large-scale data collection on one or more mobile networks for the purpose of
optimization.
24/7 and unattended large-scale data collection for
network optimization (drive test)
QualiPoc Remote Control deployed in fleets, for example
in taxis, buses, couriers, etc., offers a cost-efficient way to
collect measurements for optimization and enables mobile operators, infrastructure vendors and testing service
providers to continuously collect data from a real end-user
perspective. The fleets are monitored via a web-based application that displays the status of the probes in cockpits
and on maps such as OpenStreetMap. Tests are remotely
configured and scheduled; the performance of each service is visible in a dedicated dashboard displaying test results and alarms in realtime.
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Mobile Network Testing
R&S®TSMA Autonomous Mobile Network Scanner
New
Walk and drive testing with flexible connectivity
The scanner measures up to eight technologies simultaneously in the 350 MHz to 4.4 GHz wireless communications
bands. It can be combined with an R&S®TSME to perform
LTE MIMO measurements.
The compact R&S®TSMA autonomous mobile network
scanner offers all that is needed for walk tests and drive
tests. WLAN or Bluetooth® connects the smartphones/
tablets used for data collection. The autonomous mobile
network scanner can also run comprehensive drive test
software, such as R&S®ROMES or SwissQual Diversity
Optimizer, on its built‑in i5 processor. Multitechnology and
multiband measurements provide full flexibility.
As in-building traffic in cellular networks grows, there is
an increased need for indoor measurements. While traditional drive test systems consist of a laptop with test
mobile phones and scanners, there are also walk test solutions that use tablets and smartphones. The R&S®TSMA
enhances such solutions, providing the user with accurate
insight into the RF environment.
With its light weight of only 1180 g and optional hotswappable batteries, the R&S®TSMA is the ideal companion on a walk test campaign or for remote or unattended
operation.
❙❙ Multiband support from 350 MHz to 4.4 GHz
❙❙ GSM, WCDMA, LTE FDD, LTE TDD, CDMA2000®,
1xEV-DO, TETRA, WiMAX™ and spectrum analysis
simultaneously in one scanner
❙❙ Connects to Windows PC, Android UE or tablet
❙❙ Integrated Intel PC can run Windows-based software
with R&S®TSME support
❙❙ Compact, lightweight design
❙❙ Internal GPS/Glonass receiver
The R&S®TSMA combines the technology of the
R&S®TSME ultracompact drive test scanner with a highperformance Intel processor. The scanner can run PCbased drive test software and smartphones can be connected via USB.
Technology
Technology supported
SIB decoding
GSM ●
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WCDMA
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CDMA2000® ●
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1xEV-DO (Rel. 0/Rev. A/Rev. B)
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WiMAX™ IEEE 802.16e ●
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TD-LTE ●
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LTE-FDD
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TETRA, TETRA DMO ●
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TD-SCDMA ●
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RF power scan
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R&S®TSME Ultracompact Drive Test Scanner
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All bands, all technologies, simultaneously
The extremely compact R&S®TSME offers all that is required for mobile use. Multitechnology measurements and
multiband support provide full flexibility and an optimal
price/performance ratio for both drive tests and walk tests.
The scanner measures up to eight technologies simultaneously and seamlessly in wireless communications bands
from 350 MHz to 4.4 GHz. It is possible to cascade multiple scanners. For LTE applications, R&S®TSME scanners
can be combined for measurements. The LTE Downlink
Allocation Analyzer Feature allows to non-intrusively measure the load in an LTE cell. Also LTE eMBMS measurements are supported. The scanner supports automatic
channel detection in WCDMA, LTE FDD/TDD, CDMA,
­EV-DO and TETRA networks.
With its light weight of only 650 g and low power consumption of max. 15 W, the R&S®TSME meets all the requirements placed on a drive test scanner.
❙❙ Multiband support from 350 MHz to 4.4 GHz
❙❙ Up to eight technologies simultaneously in one scanner
❙❙ Compact, lightweight design
❙❙ Low power consumption
❙❙ Internal GPS/Glonass receiver
R&S®TSME-Z3 backpack system
❙❙ Maximum autonomy
❙❙ Flexible measurement configuration
❙❙ Rugged and lightweight
Technologies SIB
­supported
decoding
GSM ●
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WCDMA
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CDMA2000® ●
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1xEV-DO (Rel. 0/Rev. A/Rev. B)
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WiMAX™ IEEE 802.16e
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TD-LTE ●
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LTE-FDD
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TETRA, TETRA DMO ●
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TD-SCDMA ●
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RF power scan
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R&S®TSME-Z3 backpack system.
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R&S®TSMW Universal Radio Network ­Analyzer
Scanner for drive tests and I/Q streaming
The R&S®TSMW universal radio network analyzer is a platform for optimizing all conventional wireless communications networks. Two frontends for any input frequency
from 30 MHz to 6 GHz, preselection and software-defined
architecture offer unsurpassed performance while providing m
­ aximum flexibility. In addition to functioning as
a scanner for wireless communications networks, the
R&S®TSMW is also an ideal digital I/Q baseband receiver.
Owing to its hardware platform, the R&S®TSMW univer­
sal radio network analyzer offers maximum flexibility. For
example, the R&S®TSMW comes in handy as an LTE scanner and it can be utilized together with the R&S®ROMES4
drive test software to roll out and optimize 3GPP EUTRA
networks. With its two frontends, the scanner supports
2x2 and 4x2 LTE FDD and TDD MIMO measurements. The
LTE downlink allocation analyzer feature allows non-intrusive measurement of the load in an LTE cell. In addition
to LTE, other wireless communications technologies such
as GSM, ­WCDMA, CDMA2000® 1xEV-DO, TETRA and
WiMAX™ are ­supported simultaneously. The scanner supports automatic channel detection in WCDMA, LTE FDD/
TDD, CDMA, EV-DO and TETRA networks.
Moreover, the R&S®TSMW can be used as a realtime
­scanner for I/Q baseband data. The R&S®TSMW-K1 option
­offers a MATLAB® and a C++ interface via which I/Q measurement data can be captured and evaluated.
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❙❙ User-definable input frequency range from 30 MHz to
6 GHz
❙❙ Two independent RF and signal processing paths,
each with a bandwidth of up to 20 MHz
❙❙ Integrated preselection for high intermodulation
­suppression while dynamic range is high
❙❙ Support of
■■ LTE-FDD and TD-LTE
■■ LTE eMBMS and LTE-A
■■ TD-SCDMA
❙❙ Parallel measurements in GSM, WCDMA, LTE,
CDMA2000®, 1xEV-DO, TETRA and WiMAX™ networks
with the R&S®ROMES4 drive test software
❙❙ Spectrum measurements with the RF power scan option
❙❙ I/Q baseband streaming and capturing
❙❙ Integrated GPS
❙❙ Open interfaces for integration into individual software
solutions
❙❙ Flexibility in choice of drive test software
Technologies SIB
­supported
decoding
GSM
●
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WCDMA
●
●
CDMA2000®
●
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1xEV-DO (Rel. 0/Rev. A/Rev. B)
●
●
WiMAX™ IEEE 802.16e
●
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TD-LTE
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LTE FDD
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TETRA, TETRA 2, TETRA DMO
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TD-SCDMA
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Mobile Network Testing
R&S®TSMx Radio Network Analyzers
Powerful scanner family for mobile applications
The R&S®TSML, R&S®TSMU and R&S®TSMQ form a family
of radio network analyzers with scanner functionality. Their
compact size and low power consumption make them ideal for mobile applications. Even a fully equipped backpack
solution can easily be implemented in order to perform indoor measurements, for example.
When combined with the R&S®ROMES4 drive test software, the scanners provide their full-range functionality
and maximum performance. Interference measurements,
automatic neighborhood measurements or fast spectrum
measurements can be performed in virtually no time. The
software has been designed for multicore CPUs to enable
simultaneous multiple measurements.
❙❙ No band limiting – support of all frequencies from
80 MHz to 3 GHz/6 GHz
❙❙ Decoding of all broadcast information
❙❙ Low weight and low power consumption
❙❙ Suitable for GSM, WCDMA, CDMA2000® 1xEV-DO,
spectrum, CW
❙❙ High measurement speed in all technologies
Device
GSM
WCDMA
CDMA2000® 1×EV-DO CW
R&S®TSML-G
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R&S®TSML-W
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•
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R&S®TSML-C
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•
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R&S®TSML-CW
–
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•
R&S®TSML-GW
•
•
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R&S®TSMU
•
•
•
•
R&S®TSMQ
•
•
•
•
Dark shaded area: simultaneous or single measurement possible.
R&S®TSMX-PPS2 GPS Module
Highly sensitive GPS receiver with integrated
automotive dead reckoning (ADR)
❙❙ Pulses per second (PPS) output
❙❙ 50 channels
❙❙ Update rate of 1 Hz
❙❙ Compact, light and versatile
Supported instruments
The R&S®TSMX-PPS2 is a GPS receiver module with time
synchronization pulse/PPS output and automotive dead
reckoning (ADR) for high-precision measurements, e.g. in
combination with the R&S®TSMx drive test scanners.
The R&S®TSMX-PPS2 with time synchronization/PPS
­pulses can be used in combination with one of the
­following instruments:
❙❙ R&S®TSMQ
❙❙ R&S®TSML-C/-G/-W
❙❙ R&S®TSML-CW/-GW
❙❙ R&S®TSMU with R&S®TSMU-K11/-K12/-K13
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SwissQual NetQual NQDI II
New
Business intelligence for quality of experience
benchmarking and optimization
The NQDI II network quality data investigator is the postprocessing system that maximizes the potential of collected measurement data for network and service optimization
and benchmarking. Based on data from all radio technologies, service quality and network information, NQDI II provides automated data validation, detailed quality analysis
and troubleshooting and long-term reporting.
Intuitive workflows, designed around practical use cases,
allow fast statistical analysis and flexible troubleshooting.
Workflows can be easily created, modified and shared,
increasing productivity and knowledge reuse. SQL databases combined with online analytical processing (OLAP)
cubes provide extremely fast execution of data slicingand-dicing and enable full interactivity, introducing a new
concept for reporting. Drilldown and filtering of big data to
single measurement values are also possible. Consequently, the insights gained through high-quality benchmarking
data empower engineers to take action and managers to
make strategic decisions – with just a few clicks.
❙❙ Analysis of a wide range of services
■■ Voice, data, browsing, messaging, video over IP
❙❙ Extensive technology test support including GSM, GPRS,
EDGE, WCDMA, LTE, LTE DC, VoLTE, HSPA+, HSDPA
DC, PSTN, ISDN, IP
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❙❙ Off-the-shelf reporting:
■■ Rich set of predefined workflow reports available to
cover major use cases
❙❙ Automated analysis
■■ CS calls and PS services with failure cause
categorization to immediately find the top qualitydegrading network problems detected in the
measurement data
❙❙ Voice and video analysis
■■ Using the unique SQuad, VMon, VQuad and videoMOS
quality algorithms and data analysis based on the
correlation of information from service and application
layers down to RF
❙❙ Web compatibility
■■ Fully compatible with the NetQual NQWeb platform for
corporate-wide distributed presentation and reporting
■■ Ready to integrate into Microsoft SQL Reporting
Services® using the SSAS OLAP cubes
❙❙ Database management
■■ OLAP cubes storing aggregated results for long-term
trend and correlation analysis
■■ NQDI databases and OLAP cubes are easily managed
with the integrated data management tool, without the
need for specific SQL server or database knowledge
Mobile Network Testing
SwissQual NetQual NQDI Classic
7
Scalable data analysis and reporting for optimization
and benchmarking
Today’s increasing network complexity requires an increased level of intelligence in order to evaluate network
and service performance and take action to improve it.
Data collected during measurements campaigns represents a mine of information, but without a proper analysis layer the potential of such information remains unexploited. While evaluating the collected data is imperative,
critical decisions should be made based on automatically
validated data that is in accordance with the highest quality standards.
SwissQual’s NQDI Classic network quality data investigator is a post processing system that maximizes the potential of data collected by QualiPoc and Diversity products
for network and service optimization and benchmarking.
Based on data from all radio technologies, NQDI Classic
provides automated data validation, detailed quality analysis and troubleshooting and long-term reporting for voice
and data services.
❙❙ More than 200 KPIs available for network and service
performance, reporting and trending with several
possible sorting parameters, including operator,
technology and map region
■■ The extensive set of standard reports includes voice,
video, data, messaging, GSM, WCDMA, CDMA, GPRS/
EDGE, HSPA+, HSPA DC, LTE
❙❙ Web compatibility
■■ Fully compatible with the NetQual NQWeb platform for
corporate-wide distributed presentation and reporting
❙❙ Database management
■■ NQDI Classic databases are easily managed with the
integrated data management tool, without the need for
specific SQL server or database knowledge
■■ NQDI Classic can create and build historical databases
to provide a global overview and trending over time
❙❙ Extensive technology test support including GSM, GPRS,
EDGE, WCDMA, LTE, CDMA/EV-DO, WiMAX, HSPA+,
HSDPA DC, iDEN, IS-136, TDMA, PSTN, ISDN and IP
❙❙ Postprocessing provides in-depth voice and video
analysis using the unique SQuad, VMon and VQuad
quality algorithms and data analysis based on the
correlation of information from service and application
layers down to RF
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SwissQual NetQual NQView
Test configuration and control, data live display
and file replay
NetQual NQView is the unique graphical user interface for
SwissQual’s Diversity Benchmarker II and Diversity Optimizer. Whether a quick summary on an ongoing test or
thorough troubleshooting, NQView allows users to create
individual workspaces and fully customized monitors. For
a quick start, a complete set of predefined monitors offers
a glance at the radio conditions or a comprehensive summary of the ongoing drive test.
NQView is designed for drive tests with intelligent functions that make it safe. For example, it includes customizable audio alarms that send alerts only when necessary.
The Safe Driver mode gives the user a restricted amount
of information which is clearly visible when the speed limit
has been reached.
NQView allows the user to configure test scenarios, monitor the status of tasks and campaigns and replay measurement files for in-depth and immediate post processing of
the executed measurement. NQView is also able to replay
QualiPoc files for quick and effective troubleshooting and
postprocessing.
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❙❙ Laptops or tablets with Windows 7 (32- or 64-bit).
Dedicated NQView consoles available depending on use
case and license
❙❙ Extensive technology test support including GSM, GPRS,
EDGE, WCMDA, LTE, LTE-A, CDMA/EV-DO, HSPA+,
HSDPA DC, PSTN, ISDN and IP
❙❙ More than 70 predefined monitors for application,
network, L3 signaling, device technology and RF
scanning
❙❙ Benchmarking operation
■■ Display mode for phones, data devices, PSTN/ISDN
channels, LAN adapters and RF scanners
■■ Powerful overview status display of all devices,
including test results
❙❙ Optimization operation
■■ Easy configuration of standard voice and data testing
tasks
■■ Static and dynamic realtime forcing of technology,
frequency band, channel, cell barring and handover
❙❙ Replay mode supporting loading multiple files from
Diversity and QualiPoc
■■ Play controls with play speed setting, step forward or
backward and slide bar control
■■ Find function with time, event, layer 3 message and KPI
search support
Mobile Network Testing
SwissQual NetQual NQWeb
7
Web Portal for data management automation,
monitoring and reporting
With the constant demand for new services and better
network performance, it is crucial for mobile operators to
measure their subscriber’s QoE in a reliable, accurate and
reproducible way and to compare themselves with competitors. For that purpose, mobile operators run extensive
measurement campaigns to quantify the marginal improvement needed to match or overtake competition, pinpointing specific areas where further optimization activities
or network improvements are needed. In order for those
measurement campaigns to be successful and cost-efficient, the process from data collection to result publishing
must run smoothly so as to minimize the end-to-end effort
and time without compromising the quality of the results.
This requires a tool that combines faultless and automated
information management, transfer and processing with
powerful analysis and reporting capabilities.
NQWeb is a platform that hosts a range of web applications to provide just those requirements to help unlock the
value of customer perception oriented tests performed
by SwissQual QualiPoc and Diversity products. This is
achieved by controlling the retrieval, storage, organization
and reporting of data collected during drive and walk tests,
hence assisting engineers in network changes and managers in strategic decisions.
❙❙ Web-portal based on 32- and 64-bit Windows server as
well as Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit platforms
❙❙ Role-based user management with dedicated user
accounts or LDAP authentication
❙❙ Wide technology coverage: GSM, GPRS, EDGE,
WCDMA, LTE, CDMA, EV-DO, WiMAX, HSPA+, HSDPA
DC, iDEN, IS-136
❙❙ Concurrent access to NQDI databases over the intranet
with over 200 network and service KPIs for reporting
(Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Reporting Services)
❙❙ Fully configurable plot engine which supports more
than 500 map plot items in MapInfo (MapXtreme®), all
exportable to Google Earth
❙❙ Automatic report generation for email distribution
❙❙ SQL-based alarm scripting with SMS, email and SNMP
alarm system interface
❙❙ Fleet monitoring with dashboards displaying realtime test
result summaries, probe status monitoring in maps and a
dedicated alert history monitor for QualiPoc remote units
❙❙ Scheduling of postprocessing and alarm tasks
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R&S®TS51GA30 Coverage Suitcase System
Compact case system for outdoor measurements
The R&S®TS51GA30 coverage suitcase system integrates
the latest drive test technology into a compact, portable
suitcase. Four test mobile phones allow measurements
using different standards at the same time so that measurements can be carried out on several networks simultaneously. This solution is ideal for portable coverage measurements and offers maximum flexibility.
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❙❙ High-end R&S®TSMx radio network analyzer
❙❙ Up to four mobile phones
❙❙ Supported mobile phones: Nokia, Qualcomm, QualiPoc
❙❙ GPS receiver with PPS output
❙❙ High-performance notebook with Windows and
R&S®ROMES software
❙❙ Battery buffer for the R&S®TSMx
❙❙ Ruggedized suitcase with connectors for external
­antennas and power supply
Mobile Network Testing
R&S®TS9955 High-Performance Drive Test System
7
Drive test platform for accurate and fast
coverage measurements in mobile radio and
broadcasting ­networks
The R&S®TS9955 provides the high-performance measurement data needed for planning, ­installation, optimization and quality monitoring of radio networks. This
­custom-designed system supports high-precision, fast
field strength measurements.
In the appropriate configuration, the drive test system
can deliver immediate results from comprehensive realtime interference analysis. Further time-consuming
postprocessing is not ­required. This is a unique system
design offered only by Rohde & Schwarz.
❙❙ Extremely flexible system concept for perfectly
­customized solution
❙❙ Numerous types of high-quality Rohde & Schwarz
­receivers available for various applications, including
■■ CW measurements from 9 kHz to 7 GHz
■■ GSM, GPRS, EDGE, WCDMA, CDMA2000® 1xEV-DO,
WiMAX™, TD-LTE, LTE-FDD, TETRA
■■ EMC
❙❙ Easy means of competitive analysis (benchmarking),
e.g. for four or more network operators in one drive
❙❙ Measurements in accordance with the Lee criterion
­(distance-triggered)
❙❙ Quality of service (QoS) measurement
❙❙ Interference and pilot pollution analysis
❙❙ Realtime handover analysis
❙❙ Missing neighbor analysis
❙❙ Channel impulse response analysis
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EMC and field
strength test
­solutions
Rohde & Schwarz offers an exceptional range
of EMC and field strength test equipment, from
standalone instruments to customized turnkey test
chambers.
The EMC test solutions support all relevant
commercial, automotive, military and aerospace
standards as well as ETSI and FCC standards for
radiated spurious emissions and audio breakthrough
measurements. Decades of experience in the field of
EMC measurements has made us the world market
leader.
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EMC and field strength test solutions Type
Designation
EMI precompliance/compliance
R&S®ESU
EMI test receiver, 20 Hz to 8/26.5/40 GHz
R&S®ESR
EMI test receiver, 9 kHz to 3/7/26 GHz
Description
Page
Maximum-precision, standard-compliant EMI measurements at high
­measurement speed
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More speed – more insight – more intelligence
157
R&S®ESRP
EMI test receiver, 9 kHz to 3/7 GHz
Precompliance measurements – fast and straightforward
158
R&S®ESL
EMI test receiver, 9 kHz to 3/6 GHz
The EMC expert for every lab bench
159
R&S®TS9975
EMI test system
Tests in accordance with commercial, A&D and automotive standards
160
Standard-compliant all-in-one solution for EMS measurements
162
EMS measurements
R&S®CEMS100 Compact EMS/EMI test platform
R&S®TS9980
EMS test system for audio and video
and TV monitoring
EMS measurements on sound and TV broadcast receivers, s­ atellite receivers and
DVB/DAB receivers
163
R&S®TS9982
EMS test system
Radiated and conducted EMS measurements in line with commercial, wireless,
automotive and A&D standards
164
Simple, frequency-selective measurement of EMF emissions
168
EMC software
R&S®ES-SCAN EMI software
User-friendly software for EMI measurements
169
R&S®EMC32
EMC measurement software platform
For use in development, for compliance and batch testing
170
Visual inspection software
A new way to eliminate human inattention
172
Broadband amplifiers
R&S®BBA150
Broadband amplifier
Excellent microwave amplifiers with high power density
173
R&S®BBL200
Liquid-cooled power amplifiers for high field strengths
174
Compact diagnostic chambers, fully anechoic rooms for EMC and field strength
test solutions up to test sites for automotive test solutions
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178
EMF measurements
R&S®TS-EMF
Portable EMF measurement system
New R&S®AdVISE
Broadband amplifier
RF test chambers
Albatross
Test chambers
Projects
EMC accessories
Disturbance voltage measurements
R&S®ENV216/ENV432/ENV4200, R&S®ESH3-Z6
V-networks for EMC measurements on power supply networks
R&S®ENY21/ENY41/ENY81, R&S®ENY81-CA6
Coupling networks for EMC measurements on telecommunications ports
179
R&S®EZ-12, R&S®EZ-25
Antenna impedance converter, 150 kHz highpass filter
180
R&S®ESH2-Z2/-Z3, R&S®ESH2-Z31, R&S®ESH3-Z2
Voltage probes, attenuator, pulse limiter
180
Current probes for disturbance current measurements on cables
181
Absorbing clamps for EMC measurements on cables
182
R&S®HZ-10, R&S®HZ-14/HZ-15/HZ-16
Pickup coil, E and H near-field probe sets
183
¸HFH2-Z2/HFH2-Z6
Loop/rod antennas
184
R&S®HZ-9
Power supply
184
R&S®AM524
Active antenna system
184
R&S®HL033/HL040E/HL046E/HL050(E)/HL223
Log-periodic antennas
185
R&S®HM020
Triple-loop antenna
186
R&S®HK116E, R&S®HF907, R&S®HL562E
Biconical antenna, double-ridged waveguide horn ­antenna, ULTRALOG antenna
187
Disturbance current measurements
R&S®EZ-17, R&S®ESV-Z1
Disturbance power measurements
R&S®EZ-24, R&S®MDS-21
Field strength measurements
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Introduction
EMC = EMI + EMS
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is the capability of
an electrical device or system to operate in its electromagnetic environment without disturbing it or being disturbed
by it. EMC is an important criterion of product quality. To
ensure EMC of a product in the most economical way, appropriate measures should be taken early in the design
phase.
In line with the definition, EMC is subdivided into electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS). Legislation prescribes compliance with
maximum values for EMI and minimum values for EMS.
The applicable limits, the measurement methods and instruments to be employed are specified in the relevant
standards.
Conformity mark
To show their conformity to the EMC requirements prescribed by law, all electrical devices have to be marked accordingly, e.g. by the CE conformity mark required in the
entire European Economic Area.
EMI measurements
For measuring electromagnetic disturbance, the disturbance sink, which in the commercial sector is the radio
listener or TV viewer, is replaced by the measuring instrument. As a result, all test receivers for commercial EMI
measurements should have human-like response built in:
they must have a quasi-peak-weighting detector to show
the human perception of disturbance as a measured value.
Disturbance measurements higher than 1 GHz use peak,
CISPR-average and RMS-average weighting.
In the military sector, the disturbance sink is assumed to
be a technical device that responds to the maximum disturbance level. Therefore, the peak level of disturbance is
measured.
Disturbance is emitted by the equipment under test in various ways of coupling. Therefore, the EMC standards contain procedures for coupling the test receiver to the equipment under test, as well as for the environment of the EUT
and its operation.
EMS measurements
For measuring electromagnetic susceptibility, the different disturbance sources occurring in practice are replaced
by appropriate generators, the interfering signals of which
are applied to the EUT via suitable coupling/decoupling
networks.
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For monitoring the proper functioning of the EUT, suitable
monitoring equipment can be provided, which so far has
not been defined in the relevant EMC standards. In many
cases, highly shielded video cameras with a monitor are
used for this purpose.
EMC measurement software
Reproducible EMC measurements are only possible if a
number of rules and standards for the measuring instruments and the measurement methods used are complied
with.
For computer-controlled EMC measurements, two different software tools are available. The R&S®ES-SCAN EMI
software is used to quickly and easily collect, evaluate and
document disturbance voltage, power and field strength
data. The R&S®EMC32 software platform includes various
modules for electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS) measurements. Due to
its flexible structure the software can be optimally adapted
to the requirements of almost any commercial or military
EMC application.
These tools relieve the user of routine settings and offer every convenience – from automatic consideration of
frequency-dependent transducer factors of the coupling/
decoupling networks, automatic selection of the applicable limit lines, display of the results in graphical or tabular
form to the generation of test reports. Similar convenience
is provided by the automatic EMI test routines implemented in the R&S®ESU, R&S®ESR, R&S®ESRP and R&S®ESL
test receivers. They allow fully automatic time-saving
measurements without an external controller, so that very
compact test setups can be implemented.
EMC test systems
Planning and implementation of practice-oriented EMC
test systems requires a great deal of specialized knowledge and experience. This is what Rohde & Schwarz specialists have. All their expertise goes into turnkey EMC test
systems, which are the fastest means for obtaining correct
EMC measurements.
These systems are always tailored to the specific needs of
the customer to provide the optimum solution to the tasks
at hand. We can offer everything from small systems to
complete test houses with shielded anechoic chamber and
the required infrastructure, covering all major standards in
the commercial, automotive, wireless and military range.
EMC and field strength test solutions
EMC standards in the European Economic Area
The number of standards published in the Official Journals
are steadily increasing. The different types of standards include generic standards, which can be applied in all cases
not covered by specific product or product family standards. The product (family) standards are divided into standards limiting low-frequency and high-frequency emission
(radio disturbance suppression) and standards defining the
requirements of immunity to electromagnetic emission.
There is also a series of specific product standards that define EMC requirements.
Generic standards – emission
❙❙ EN 61000-6-3: Residential, commercial and lightindustrial environments
❙❙ EN 61000-6-4: Industrial environments
Generic standards – immunity
❙❙ EN 61000-6-1: Residential, commercial and light i­ndustry
environment
❙❙ EN 61000-6-2: Industrial environment
Product family standards and product standards for
low-frequency emission
❙❙ EN 61000-3-2: Limits for harmonic currents up to 16 A
per phase
❙❙ EN 61000-3-3/EN 61000-3-11: Limits for voltage
­fluctuations and flicker up to 16 A/75 A per phase
❙❙ EN 61000-3-12: Limits for harmonic currents up to 75 A
per phase
Product family standards for high-frequency
­emission
❙❙ EN 55011: ISM equipment
❙❙ EN 55012: Automotive equipment – protection of ­­­offboard receivers
❙❙ EN 55013: Sound and TV broadcast receivers
❙❙ EN 55014-1: Household appliances, electric tools and
similar apparatus
❙❙ EN 55015: Lighting equipment
❙❙ EN 55022: Information technology equipment
❙❙ EN 55025: Automotive equipment – protection of ­­onboard receivers
❙❙ EN 55032: Multimedia equipment
❙❙ EN 55103-1: Audio and video equipment for professional
use
Product standards for immunity
❙❙ EN 55014-2: Household appliances, electric tools and
similar ­apparatus
❙❙ EN 61547: Lighting equipment
❙❙ EN 55020: Sound and TV broadcast receivers
❙❙ EN 55024: Information technology equipment
❙❙ EN 55103-2: Audio and video equipment for professional
use
Special standards for signal transmission in lowvoltage installations
❙❙ EN 50065-1: Signaling on low-voltage electrical
­installations, Part 1: General requirements, frequency
bands and electromagnetic disturbances
❙❙ EN 50065-2-x: Immunity
Product standards containing EMC requirements
❙❙ EN 50083-2: Cable networks for TV and sound signals
❙❙ EN 50090-2-2: Electronic systems for homes and
­buildings
❙❙ EN 62040-2: Uninterruptible power systems
❙❙ EN 50130-4: Alarm systems
❙❙ EN 50148: Electronic taximeters
❙❙ EN 60974-10: Arc welding equipment
❙❙ EN 50263: Measuring relays and protection equipment
❙❙ EN 50270: Gas sensors
❙❙ EN 50293: Road traffic signal systems
❙❙ EN 50295, EN 60439-1, EN 60947-x-x: Low-voltage
switchgear and control gear
❙❙ EN 50370-1, -2: Machine tools
❙❙ EN 60034-1: Rotating electrical machines
❙❙ EN 60204-31: Sewing machines
❙❙ EN 62052-x, EN 62053-x, EN 62054-x: Several AC ­watthour meters, tariff and load control equipment
❙❙ EN 60601-1-2: Medical electrical equipment
❙❙ EN 50428, EN 60669-2-x: Switches for household and
similar fixed electrical installations
❙❙ EN 60730-x-x: Automatic electric controls for household
and similar use
❙❙ EN 60870-2-1: Telecontrol equipment and systems
❙❙ EN 60945: Maritime navigational equipment
❙❙ EN 61008-1, EN 61009-1, EN 61543: Residual current
circuit breakers
❙❙ EN 61037: Electronic ripple control receivers for tariff and
load control
❙❙ EN 61204-3: Low-voltage power supplies
❙❙ EN 61131-2: Programmable controllers
❙❙ EN 61326-x: Electrical equipment for measurement,
­control and laboratory use
❙❙ EN 61800-3: Adjustable speed electrical power drive
­systems
❙❙ EN 61812-1: Time relays for industrial and residential use
❙❙ EN 617, EN 618, EN 619, EN 620: Continuous handling
­equipment
❙❙ EN 12015, EN 12016: Elevators and escalators
❙❙ EN 12895: Industrial trucks
❙❙ EN 13241: Doors and gates
❙❙ EN 13309: Construction machinery with internal power
supply
❙❙ EN 14010: Power driven parking equipment for vehicles
❙❙ EN ISO 14982: Agricultural and forestry machinery
❙❙ ETSI EN 301489: Radio equipment and services
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Frequency
range
Test
receivers
Accessories and extras
From 20 Hz
R&S®ESU
R&S®ESR + -B9
R&S®ESRP + -B29
R&S®ESU
R&S®ESR
R&S®ESRP 1)
R&S®ESL 1)
R&S®EZ-17 current probe
From 9 kHz
Uninterruptible power systems (UPS)
Professional audio/video equipment
Electric railways
Medical electrical apparatus
Maritime navigation equipment
Low-voltage switchgear and
control gear
CISPR 32; EN 55103-1
EN 50121-x
EN 60601-1-2
EN 60945
EN 60947-x-x
Military equipment and systems
–
DEF-STAN 59-411 (UK); VG95370/95373
–
MIL-STD-461
EN 50091-2
Information technology and
telecommunications equipment
(ITE)
CISPR 22
EN 55022; VDE 0878 Part 22
J55022
FCC Part 15, Subpart B
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R&S®EZ-25 150 kHz highpass filter
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R&S®ENV4200 V-network
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R&S®ENY21 coupling network
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R&S®ENY41 coupling network
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R&S®ESH2-Z2 voltage probe
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R&S®HZ-14 probe set
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R&S®HM020 triple-loop antenna
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R&S®HZ-3/HZ-4 power supply cable
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R&S®HZ-9 power supply
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R&S®EZ-17 current probe
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R&S®ESV-Z1 current probe
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R&S®MDS-21 absorbing clamp
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R&S®HZ-14 probe set
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R&S®HZ-15 probe set
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R&S®HK116 biconical antenna
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R&S®HL223 log-periodic antenna
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R&S®HL562E ULTRALOG antenna
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R&S®ESU
R&S®ESR
R&S®ESRP 1)
R&S®ESL 1)
R&S®HL050, R&S®HF907 antennas
R&S®ESU
R&S®ESR
R&S®ESRP 1)
R&S®HL050, R&S®HF907 antennas
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Other antennas on request
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Other antennas on request
R&S®HL050, R&S®HF907 antennas
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Accessories
Other antennas on request
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to 26.5/40 GHz R&S®ESU26/40
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R&S®HFH2-Z2 loop antenna
R&S®EZ-12 antenna impedance converter
R&S®ESU
R&S®ESR
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R&S®HFU-Z tripod
R&S®ENY81 coupling network
From 6 GHz
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From 3 GHz
Cable distribution systems
TV/sound
Fluorescent lamps and luminaires
CISPR 15
EN 55015; VDE 0875 Part 2/15-1
J55015
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R&S®ENV432 four-line V-network
From 1 GHz
Mains signaling equipment
Electrical devices,
household appliances
and electric tools
CISPR 14-1
EN 55014-1; VDE 0875 Part 14
J55014-1
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R&S®HFH2-Z6 rod antenna
R&S®ESU
R&S®ESR
R&S®ESRP 1)
R&S®ESL 1)
EN 50083-2
Sound and TV broadcast receivers
CISPR 13
EN 55013; VDE 0872 Part 13
J55013
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R&S®HZ-1 tripod
From 30 MHz
EN 50065-1
Vehicles, boats and combustion
engines
CISPR 12/CISPR 25; ECE 10
EN 55012; VDE 0879 Part 1, 2, 3
JASO D001-82
SAE J 551, J 1113
International
Europe and Germany
Japan
USA
Standards
Generic emission standards
Industrial, scientific and
medical equipment
CISPR 11
EN 55011; VDE 0875 Part 11
J55001
FCC Part 18, Subpart C
Group of equipment
EN 61000-6-3/4
EMC and field strength test solutions
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< 1 GHz MES with LBRDC using LEOs
1.5/1.6/2/2.4 GHz MES for satellite
GSM
1.5 GHz receive-only MES for
data communications
VHF maritime mobile radio telephone
TETRA and ancillary equipment
2.4 GHz wideband transmission
and HiperLAN
Commercially available amateur radio
equipment
On-site and wide-area paging
equipment
CB radio and ancillary equipment
VSAT, SNG and TES equipment
VHF FM broadcasting transmitters
Second-generation
cordless telephones (CT2)
Wireless microphones and similar
equipment
Fixed radio links
GSM 900 MHz
GSM 1800 MHz
ERMES paging receivers
Generic EMC standard for
radio equipment
PMR equipment
DECT equipment
Short range devices (SRD)
9 kHz to 40 GHz
EMC and field strength test solutions
Telecom systems of large dimensions
EN 300832
EN 301721
EN 300831
EN 301489-20
EN 301489-19
EN 301843-2
EN 301489-18
EN 301489-17
EN 301489-15
EN 301783-2
EN 300741
EN 301489-2
EN 301489-13
EN 301489-12
EN 301489-11
EN 302018-2
ETS 300384/447
EN 301489-10
EN 301489-9
EN 300385
EN 301489-4
EN 301489-7
ETS 300340
EN 300339
EN 301489-1
EN 301489-5
EN 301489-6
EN 300220, 330, 440
EN 301489-3
EN 300127
Legend
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For MIL-STD-461 only.
Current probe from 5 Hz to 2 MHz/20 Hz to 100 MHz
Shielded, calibrated field pickup coil from 5 Hz to 10 MHz
Current probe from 20 Hz to 100 MHz
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Shielded, calibrated field pickup coil from 5 Hz to 10 MHz
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Tripod for R&S®HFH2-Z2 loop antenna
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Active loop antenna from 9 kHz to 30 MHz
Tripod for R&S®HFH2-Z6 rod antenna
Active rod antenna from 9 kHz to 30 MHz
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Two-wire ISN from 150 kHz
Four-wire ISN from 150 kHz
Eight-wire ISN from 150 kHz
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Near-field probe set from 9 kHz to 1 GHz
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Triple-loop antenna from 9 kHz to 30 MHz
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Power supply for R&S®HFH2-Z2/-Z6 active antennas and antenna impedance converter
Power supply cables, length: 3 m/10 m
Current probe from 20 Hz to 100 MHz
Current probe from 20 Hz to 600 MHz
Absorbing clamp from 30 Hz to 1000 MHz
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Tripod for R&S®HK116, R&S®HL223
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Directional antenna from 1 GHz to 18 GHz, e.g. log-periodic
antenna, or double-ridged waveguide horn antenna
Double-ridged waveguide horn antenna
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R&S®ESU EMI Test Receiver
Maximum-precision, standard-compliant EMI
­measurements at high measurement speed
The R&S®ESU family of CISPR 16-1-1-compliant EMI test
receivers meets all commercial and military standards
for electromagnetic interference measurements. The
R&S®ESU-K53 FFT-based time domain scan option ­allows
users to perform preview measurements up to 1000 times
faster than with conventional EMI test receivers. The
R&S®ESU also features automatic and interactive measurement functions, IF analysis and up to three detectors in
parallel, including the average detector with meter time
constant (CISPR-average), the RMS-average detector and
the amplitude probability distribution function (APD) in line
with CISPR 16.
❙❙ Combination of standard-compliant EMI test receiver
and high-end spectrum analyzer
❙❙ Excellent RF characteristics
❙❙ Very low measurement uncertainty
❙❙ Full compliance with CISPR 16-1-1 basic standard
❙❙ Fast time domain scan (FFT) option
❙❙ Receiver mode with IF analysis function
❙❙ Internal preselection (can be switched off in analyzer
mode)
❙❙ Integrated 20 dB preamplifier up to 3.6 GHz as standard
❙❙ Wide choice of detectors incl. CISPR-average, ­RMSaverage and APD function in line with CISPR 16
❙❙ CISPR and MIL-STD compliant measurement ­bandwidths
❙❙ Scan settings in tabular format (max. 10 subranges)
❙❙ Frequency scan with max. three detectors in parallel
(max. 2 million test points/trace)
❙❙ Second RF input (max. 1 GHz, pulse-protected)
❙❙ Time domain display for evaluation of timing behavior of
disturbances (e.g. click rate analysis)
❙❙ Fully and partially automatic measurements (preview
measurement, data reduction, final measurement)
❙❙ Automatic consideration of coupling devices such as line
impedance stabilization networks, probes, cables and
­antennas using transducer factors and sets
❙❙ Simultaneous measurement of multiple traces for
parallel evaluation
❙❙ Continuous bargraph display and marker functions
for precise measurements
❙❙ Automatic disturbance voltage measurements using
­remotely controllable line impedance stabilization
networks (LISN) from Rohde & Schwarz
❙❙ Predefined transducer factors
❙❙ Library of limit lines for commercial standards
❙❙ Integrated report generator
❙❙ Optional low-noise preamplifiers up to 8/26.5/40 GHz
(R&S®ESU-B24)
Specifications in brief
Frequency
R&S®ESU8
R&S®ESU26
R&S®ESU40
Frequency range, RF input 1
20 Hz to 8 GHz
20 Hz to 26.5 GHz
20 Hz to 40 GHz
Frequency range, RF input 2
20 Hz to 1 GHz
20 Hz to 1 GHz
20 Hz to 1 GHz
Reference frequency
aging 1 × 10–7/year, optionally 2 × 10–8/year (R&S®FSU-B4)
Spectral purity
< –128 dBc (1 Hz), –133 dBc (1 Hz) (typ.) at 10 kHz
Preselection
12 preselection filters from 20 Hz to 3.6 GHz, can be switched off in analyzer mode
Preamplifier (standard)
can be switched between preselection and 1st mixer, 20 dB gain, 1 kHz to 3.6 GHz frequency range
Resolution bandwidth
3 dB bandwidths
10 Hz to 10 MHz in 1/2/3/5 steps
6 dB bandwidths (EMI)
10/100/200 Hz, 1/9/10/100/120 kHz, 1 MHz
FFT filters (–3 dB, analyzer mode)
1 Hz to 30 kHz in 1/3 sequence
Channel filters
44 bandwidths, 100 Hz to 5 MHz
Detectors (receiver mode)
max./min. peak, RMS, average, quasi-peak, CISPR-average, RMS-average
Display range
DANL up to +30 dBm
Intermodulation
Third-order intercept (TOI), without preselection/
preamplifier (< 3.6 GHz)
1 dB compression of input mixer (< 3.6 GHz)
> +17 dBm
+13 dBm (nom.)
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> +17 dBm
> +17 dBm
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R&S®ESR EMI Test Receiver
the same time, the R&S®ESR functions as a full-featured,
powerful signal and spectrum analyzer for lab applications. Featuring realtime spectrum analysis capability with
a wide range of diagnostic tools, the test receiver also enables detailed analysis of disturbance signals and their history. The R&S®ESR comes with a clearly structured, intuitive touchscreen interface and is very easy to use.
More speed – more insight – more intelligence
The R&S®ESR measures conducted and radiated disturbances in the frequency range from 10 Hz to 26 GHz in
compliance with the CISPR 16-1-1 standard. Using an FFTbased time domain scan, the instrument measures electromagnetic disturbances at an extremely high speed. At
❙❙ EMI test receiver and signal/spectrum analyzer combined
in a single instrument
❙❙ Compliant with CISPR 16-1-1 Ed. 3.1
❙❙ Preselection with integrated 20 dB preamplifier
❙❙ Resolution bandwidths in line with CISPR and in decade
steps from 10 Hz to 1 MHz (MIL-STD-461, DO-160)
❙❙ Ultrafast time domain scan in addition to conventional
stepped frequency scan
❙❙ Realtime spectrum analysis with up to 40 MHz span for
detailed investigation of disturbance signals
❙❙ Time domain display with high resolution (50 µs)
❙❙ Automatic test routines
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
R&S®ESR3/R&S®ESR7/R&S®ESR26
9 kHz to 3.6 GHz/7 GHz/26 GHz
Preselection
can be switched off in analyzer mode
16 fixed filters
Preamplifier
can be switched on/off
1 kHz to 7 GHz, 20 dB gain (nom.)
RF attenuation ≥ 10 dB; RF preamplifier off
RF attenuation ≥ 10 dB; RF preamplifier on
RF attenuation ≥ 10 dB
input 1
input 2
RF attenuation ≥ 10 dB; 10 µs
input 1
input 2
RF attenuation 0 dB; RF preamplifier and
­preselection off
30 dBm (equates 1 W)
23 dBm (equates 0.2 W)
Level
Max. RF level (CW)
Max. pulse voltage
Max. pulse energy
1 dB compression
150 V
450 V
1 mWs
20 mWs
+3 dBm (nom.)
IF and resolution bandwidths
3 dB bandwidths
6 dB bandwidths
Detectors
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
10 Hz to 10 MHz in 1/2/3/5/10 steps
200 Hz, 9 kHz, 120 kHz, 1 MHz (impulse
bandwidth)
receiver mode
max./min. peak, quasi-peak, RMS, a
­ verage,
­average with meter time constant
(CISPR-average), RMS-average (CISPR-RMS)
receiver mode, nominal, average detector (AV), RF attenuation = 0 dB, 50 Ω termination
preamplifier off
500 MHz, bandwidth = 120 kHz
< 6 dBµV
3 GHz, bandwidth = 1 MHz
< 17 dBµV
preamplifier on
Number of sweep (trace) points
500 MHz, bandwidth = 120 kHz
< –7 dBµV
3 GHz, bandwidth = 1 MHz
< 5 dBµV
analyzer mode (standard)
101 to 32 001
analyzer mode (EMI)
101 to 200 001
receiver mode
max. 4 000 000
realtime analyzer (option)
801
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R&S®ESRP EMI Test Receiver
At the same time, the R&S®ESRP is a full-featured, powerful signal and spectrum analyzer for lab applications. The
R&S®ESRP comes with a straightforward menu structure
that together with the intuitive touchscreen makes the test
receiver very easy to operate in any mode.
Precompliance measurements – fast and
straightforward
The R&S®ESRP EMI test receiver has been designed for
diagnostic measurements during development and for precompliance measurements in order to prepare ­products
for final certification testing. It measures e
­ lectromagnetic
disturbances in the frequency range from 10 Hz to 7 GHz,
using either conventional stepped frequency scan or an
FFT-based time domain scan, a method that significantly
speeds up measurements.
❙❙ EMI test receiver and signal/spectrum analyzer combined
in one box
❙❙ Optional preselection and preamplifier (R&S®ESRP-B2)
❙❙ Resolution bandwidths in line with CISPR, optionally in
decade steps from 10 Hz to 1 MHz (R&S®ESRP-B29)
❙❙ Weighting detectors: max./min. peak, average, RMS,
quasi-peak, average with meter time constant and RMS
in line with current CISPR 16-1-1 version
❙❙ Standard-compliant disturbance measurements for
pulsed disturbances with repetition frequencies ≥ 10 Hz
(with R&S®ESRP-B2 preselection/preamplifier option)
❙❙ Very fast FFT-based time domain scan option
(R&S®ESRP-K53)
❙❙ Automatic test routines
❙❙ IF analysis option (R&S®ESRP-K56)
Specifications in brief
Frequency
Frequency range
R&S®ESRP3/R&S®ESRP7
9 kHz to 3.6 GHz/7 GHz
Preselection (R&S®ESRP-B2 option)
can be switched off in analyzer mode
16 fixed filters
Preamplifier (R&S®ESRP-B2 option)
can be switched on/off
1 kHz to 7 GHz, 20 dB gain (nom.)
RF attenuation ≥ 10 dB; RF preamplifier off
RF attenuation ≥ 10 dB; RF preamplifier on
RF attenuation ≥ 10 dB
30 dBm (= 1 W)
23 dBm (= 0.2 W)
150 V
Max. pulse energy
RF attenuation ≥ 10 dB, 10 µs
1 mWs
1 dB compression
RF attenuation 0 dB, RF preamplifier and
­preselection off
+ 3 dBm (nom.)
3 dB bandwidths
analyzer (span ≥ 10 Hz) and receiver
10 Hz to 10 MHz in 1/2/3/5/10 steps
6 dB bandwidths
analyzer and receiver
Level
Max. RF level (CW)
Max. pulse voltage
IF and resolution bandwidths
Detectors
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
200 Hz, 9 kHz, 120 kHz,
1 MHz (impulse bandwidth)
receiver mode
max./min. peak, quasi-peak, RMS, a
­ verage,
­average with meter time constant
(CISPR-average), RMS-average (CISPR-RMS)
receiver mode, nominal, average detector (AV), RF attenuation = 0 dB, 50 Ω termination
preamplifier off
500 MHz, bandwidth = 120 kHz
< 6 dBµV
3 GHz, bandwidth = 1 MHz
< 17 dBµV
preamplifier on
Number of sweep (trace) points
500 MHz, bandwidth = 120 kHz
< –7 dBµV
3 GHz, bandwidth = 1 MHz
< 5 dBµV
analyzer (standard)
101 to 32 001
analyzer (EMI)
101 to 200 001
receiver
max. 4 000 000
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R&S®ESL EMI Test Receiver
The combination of good RF characteristics and all of the
important functions needed for fast, precise measurement and evaluation of the EMC of a device under test in
accordance with commercial standards is unmatched in
this instrument class. The diverse analysis capabilities and
time-saving automated test routines make the R&S®ESL
the obvious choice for any d
­ evelopment lab that needs to
prepare for EMC certification tests.
Compact, cost-effective measuring receiver
The R&S®ESL EMI test receiver combines two ­instruments
in one, measuring EMC disturbances in accordance with
the latest standards and also ­serving as a full-featured
spectrum analyzer for ­diverse lab applications. The
R&S®ESL is designed to meet the needs of cost-conscious
users who want to perform diagnostic and precompliance
EMI measurements from 9 kHz up to 3 GHz or 6 GHz.
❙❙ First-ever combination of an EMI test receiver and
­spectrum analyzer in the entry-level class
❙❙ All major functions of an advanced EMI test r­ eceiver,
­including fully automated test routines
❙❙ Weighting detectors: max./min. peak, average, RMS,
quasi-peak as well as average with meter time constant
(CISPR-average) and RMS-average (CISPR-RMS)
❙❙ Predefined transducer factors
❙❙ Library of limit lines for commercial standards
❙❙ Compact, lightweight instrument, can be batterypowered­for mobile applications
Specifications in brief
R&S®ESL3 (model .03) R&S®ESL3 (model .13) R&S®ESL6 (model .06) R&S®ESL6 (model .16)
Frequency range
9 kHz to 3 GHz
Frequency accuracy (standard)
1 × 10–6
With R&S®FSL-B4 (OCXO)
1 × 10
9 kHz to 3 GHz
9 kHz to 6 GHz
9 kHz to 6 GHz
–7
Measurement time
Receiver mode/scan (per frequency step)
selectable from 100 μs to 100 s
Analyzer mode/sweep time
selectable from 2.5 ms to 16000 s, zero span from 1 μs to 16000 s
Resolution bandwidths
3 dB bandwidths
10 Hz to 10 MHz in 1/3 sequence
6 dB bandwidths (EMI)
200 Hz, 9 kHz, 120 kHz, 1 MHz (impulse bandwidth)
Video bandwidth, analyzer mode
1 Hz to 10 MHz in 1/3 sequence
Level
Max. RF level (input attenuation ≥ 10 dB)
+30 dBm (= 1 W)
Max. pulse energy (10 µs pulse width)
10 mWs
Max. pulse voltage
150 V
Third-order intercept (f ≥ 30 MHz)
+18 dBm (typ.)
1 dB compression (0 dB RF attenuation,
+ 5 dBm
­preamplifier = off, f > 200 MHz)
Displayed average noise level (0 dB RF attenuation, 50 Ω termination, RBW = 1 kHz, VBW = 1 Hz, sample detector, log scaling, normalized to 1 Hz,
R&S®FSL-B22 preamplifier option on)
9 kHz < f < 3 MHz
–130 dBm (typ.)
f = 500 MHz
–162 dBm (typ.)
f = 3 GHz
–158 dBm (typ.)
Detectors (EMI)
Level measurement uncertainty (95 %
­confidence level, +20 °C to +30 °C,
S/N >16 dB, 0 dB to –50 dB from
reference level)
Tracking generator
max./min. peak, quasi-peak, RMS, average, average with meter time constant (CISPR-average),
RMS-average (CISPR-RMS)
10 MHz < f ≤ 3 GHz: < 0.5 dB
3 GHz < f ≤ 6 GHz: < 0.8 dB
no
yes
no
yes
Frequency range
–
1 MHz to 3 GHz
–
1 MHz to 6 GHz
Output level
–
–20 dBm to 0 dBm
–
–20 dBm to 0 dBm
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R&S®TS9975 EMI Test System
From system design and implementation to installation
and training, these turnkey systems and our EMC experts
provide everything from a single source, enabling the customer to concentrate on testing.
Commercial standards (examples)
❙❙ CISPR11 to 32
❙❙ IEC/EN 55011 to IEC/EN 55032
❙❙ ANSI-C63.4
❙❙ FCC Part 15, Part 18
❙❙ 2014/30/EU
❙❙ Customer-specific requirements
❙❙ IEC 60601-1-2 Edition 4.0
A&D standards (examples)
❙❙ MIL-STD-461
❙❙ RTCA DO160
❙❙ Country-specific requirements
❙❙ Customer-specific requirements
Automotive standards (examples)
❙❙ CISPR12
❙❙ CISPR25
❙❙ UN/ECE R10
❙❙ Customer-specific requirements
For tests in line with wireless EMC standards,
e.g. ETSI EN 301489, see our R&S®TS8996 RSE
test system for radiated spurious emissions
measurements.
Commercial application in anechoic test chamber with R&S®ESRP EMI
test receiver.
Tests in line with commercial, A&D and
automotive standards
The R&S®TS9975 is the base system for conducted and
radiated EMI measurements. Due to its modular design, it
covers a wide range of applications and can be very easily
adapted to the measurement task at hand. Any configuration is possible – from conducted measurements and a
small precompliance system with compact test cell to an
accredited test system for complete vehicles. Combinations of different applications or incremental expansion
can also be implemented without any problem.
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For a combined EMS/EMI solution in line with
commercial standards, see our R&S®CEMS100 EMC
test system.
Main features
❙❙ Conducted EMI measurements from 0.15 MHz to
30 MHz
❙❙ Radiated EMI measurements from 30 MHz to 40 GHz
(200 GHz)
❙❙ System automation via automatic path switching
❙❙ Equipment for system calibration
System configuration
The system features a highly modular hardware and software concept. Customized systems can be configured
from a variety of instruments. The system is a complete
package of hardware, user-friendly software, system services and installation. Users can very quickly learn to use
the system.
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¸TS9975 block diagram
39HU system mainframe
Control room
Fully anechoic room
¸SMB100A
signal generator (optional)
AP1
¸OSP open switch
and control platform
¸HL562E
Option:
calibration
antennas
¸ESU40 test receiver
System controller
¸EMC32 software
up to 40 GHz
Antenna mast controller
AP2
Turntable controller
CP1
8
Agenda:
Fibre optic links
LAN
RF cable 6 GHz
RF cable 40 GHz
Anechoic chamber
Radiated emissions are measured mostly in an anechoic
chamber as an alternative to an open area test site (OATS).
This requires a remote controlled turntable and an automatic antenna mast with a control unit. These optional
components can be supplied with the system and controlled by the system software. For development and quality assurance purposes, smaller test cells that easily fit into
the lab are available. The upper frequency limit of the test
system is 40 GHz (200 GHz using mixers) and depends on
the type of DUT and the applied standard.
Test receiver
The test receiver (R&S®ESR, R&S®ESRP or R&S®ESU)
forms the core of the system. It evaluates and displays
emissions in line with the relevant standards. If precompliance measurements are sufficient for EMC testing, a spectrum analyzer can be used instead of the test receiver.
Test antennas and LISN
Suitable test antennas such as the R&S®HL562E and
R&S®HF907 as well as artificial mains networks (LISN) are
used for measuring emissions.
Switching unit
The R&S®OSP switching unit configured with appropriate
plug-in modules for switching antennas and transducers is
integrated into the system.
Test software
The R&S®TS9975 EMI test system comes with the
R&S®EMC32 test software. The software makes it possible
to carry out automatic and manual EMI measurements
in line with all relevant standards. The R&S®EMC32 test
software is a convenient, cost-effective and reliable tool,
enabling fast and easy system operation and high throughput. The extended test and configuration capabilities ensure high reproducibility of results.
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R&S®CEMS100
Compact EMS/EMI Test Platform
Standard-compliant all-in-one solution for
EMS measurements
Setting up an EMS/EMI test system is a very complex
process requiring significant investment. The steps involved include custom planning, design, installation
and configuration of various components and standalone instruments as well as the RF-shielded anechoic
chamber. ­Rohde & Schwarz is offering the standardized
R&S®CEMS100 test platform that is a flexible, reliable and
cost-effective off-the-shelf solution for radiated EMS measurements in line with IEC/EN 61000-4-3. It covers the
most common frequency ranges and field strengths needed for precompliance tests and certification.
The R&S®CEMS100 control software is the tried and tested
R&S®EMC32, which is used on a daily basis in many test
laboratories worldwide. User experience is tapped continuously to aid in further development of the software. Users
and test houses that already rely on the R&S®EMC32 software have confirmed that it is very easy to integrate the
R&S®CEMS100 into existing test environments.
❙❙ Certifiable base system for commercial standards
❙❙ EMS measurements from 80 MHz to 3 GHz, 10 V/m
❙❙ EMS and EMI measurements without changing antennas
❙❙ Scalable and expandable for further EMC applications
❙❙ Various proven EUT monitoring capabilities
❙❙ Immediate deployment with preconfigured hardware and
software
Components of the R&S®CEMS100
¸CEMS100
¸SMB100A
RF and microwave signal generator
Amplifier unit
Directional
coupler
¸OSP
open switch and
control platform
¸EMC32
EMC measurement software
¸NRP2
power meter
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¸ESR
EMI test receiver
(optional)
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R&S®TS9980 EMS Test System for Audio and Video and TV Monitoring
Measuring the electromagnetic susceptibility
(EMS) of sound and TV broadcast receivers,
satellite r­ eceivers and DVB/DAB receivers
Automatic measurements in line with:
❙❙ EN 55020
❙❙ CISPR 20
The growth in communications via terrestrial and satellite
links and the frequency crowding in cable networks may
affect reception quality. Comprehensive EMS tests are
used to verify the capability of receivers to operate satisfactorily even under adverse conditions. These tests cover
the following measurements:
❙❙ Input immunity (S1)
❙❙ Immunity to RF voltages (S2a)
❙❙ Immunity to RF currents (S2b)
❙❙ Immunity to radiated fields (S3)
❙❙ Screening effectiveness (S4)
❙❙ Keyed carrier (S5)
❙❙ Immunity to radiated fields for large EUTs (S6)
Since these tests are highly complex and involve a large
number of single measurements, they are carried out with
automatic test systems. The R&S®TS9980 test system is
available in three versions to meet the needs of different
products and applications:
❙❙ R&S®TS9980 audio
■■ FM: VHF (mono/stereo)
■■ AM: LF/MF/HF (mono)
❙❙ R&S®TS9980 AV multistandard
■■ PAL: B/G, I, D/K
■■ SECAM: D/K, L/L'
■■ NTSC: M/N
❙❙ R&S®TS9980 DVB multistandard
■■ DVB-C
■■ DVB-S
■■ DVB-T
■■ ATSC
■■ DAB
R&S®T80-K1 system software
The powerful R&S®T80-K1 software package is the basis
for automatic control and monitoring of the R&S®TS9980
test system as well as for data collection and analysis.
The effective and economical use of the R&S®TS9980 test
­system is only possible through automation.
Benefits
❙❙ Improved reproducibility and higher accuracy of
­measurement results
❙❙ Automatic generation of comprehensive test reports
❙❙ Permanent system monitoring
❙❙ Improved data management through integrated database
❙❙ Automatic calibration and correction of frequency-­
dependent parameters
Software options
❙❙ R&S®T80-K7 (DVB upgrade)
❙❙ R&S®T80-K8 (DAB upgrade)
❙❙ R&S®T80-K13 (S4 option)
❙❙ R&S®T80-K14 (S5 option)
❙❙ R&S®T80-K15 (S6 option)
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R&S®TS9982 EMS Test System
Radiated and conducted EMS measurements in
line with commercial, wireless, automotive and
A&D standards
The R&S®TS9982 EMS test system is the base system
for conducted and radiated EMS measurements. Due
to its modular design, it covers a wide range of applications and can be very easily adapted to the measurement task at hand. Any configuration is possible – from
conducted measurements and a small precompliance
system with compact test cell to an accredited test system for complete vehicles with a field strength level of
200 V/m or greater. Combinations of different applications
or incremental expansion can also be implemented without any problem. All test systems are controlled by the
R&S®EMC32 test software with its various capabilities, including extensive DUT and system monitoring. From system design and implementation to installation and training, these turnkey systems and our EMC experts provide
everything from a single source, enabling the customer to
concentrate on testing.
System configuration
The R&S®TS9982 consists of an EMS control unit, one or
more amplifiers, transducers for conducted measurements
(CDNs, injection clamps, etc.), antennas for radiated measurements and a field probe. The system is software controlled, which allows reproducible and fully automatic test
sequences. You can also activate the interactive test mode
for running further tests or making modifications. The
EMS control unit contains a signal generator, a power meter and the R&S®OSP switching unit, which is configured
with appropriate plug-in modules. This includes the control
of an interlock circuit and the possibility to drive external
power relays up to 10 kW. Based on experience gained
from the large number of systems implemented world-
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wide, all system components have been ideally matched
to one another, yielding efficient field generation on the
DUT.
In the 1 GHz to 40 GHz frequency range, a mobile microwave test system is used directly adjacent to the DUT, thus
preventing high RF cable loss above 3 GHz. Provisions for
safety are included in the system, for example, we integrate an interlock circuit that switches off the RF power
when the door of the chamber is opened.
Test software
The R&S®TS9982 EMS test system comes with
R&S®EMC32 EMC test software. The software makes it
possible to carry out automatic and manual EMS measurements to all relevant standards. R&S®EMC32 is a convenient, cost-effective and reliable tool, enabling fast and
easy system operation and high throughput. The extended
test and configuration capabilities ensure high reproducibility of results.
Commercial tests
Covered standards (examples)
This test system covers all relevant standards for radiated
and conducted commercial measurements for the different ranges of applications.
❙❙ IEC/EN 61000-4-3, -6, -20 and -21
❙❙ EN 61000-6-1 and -2
❙❙ CISPR 24/EN 55024
❙❙ EN 60601-1-2 Edition 4.0
Features
A typical test level is 10 V (+80 % AM 1 kHz modulation)
in the 150 kHz to 80 MHz frequency range for conducted
measurements and a field strength of 10 V/m (+80 % AM
1 kHz modulation) from 80 MHz to 6 GHz in a uniform
field area of 1.5 m × 1.5 m.
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System design
Transducers (conducted): The system can include a coupling/decoupling network (CDN), EM clamp and a bulk
current injection (BCI) clamp as transducers.
Antenna: The R&S®HL046E EMS antenna is optimally designed for efficient field generation in line with EN 610004-3. Due to its compact design, it is also suitable for
small anechoic chambers. It covers a frequency range
of 80 MHz to 3 GHz, making time-consuming antenna
changes unnecessary.
Amplifiers: The amplifier power is optimally adapted to
the transducers or the antenna as well as to the required
test level, yielding an excellent price/performance ratio.
The R&S®BBA and R&S®BBL series amplifiers are designed
in such a way that with the required upward modulation
of 80 %, the amplifier's 1 dB compression point is not exceeded and spurious emissions do not exceed a value of
–15 dBc. In line with EN 61000-4-3, the amplifier saturation
check after completion of the field uniformity calibration
is mandatory. Monitoring of the amplifier's forward and
reflected power and of the injected current in the case of
BCI, is integrated in the system.
Accessories: The system comes with all accessories
(such as a field probe, including tripod and load resistor)
necessary for operation and calibration.
Wireless tests
Standards
Measurements of this type are based on the standards and
technical regulations published by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). EMC is defined in
ETSI EN 301489 with its subparts for the different wireless
services.
❙❙ CDMA2000®, 1xEV-DO
❙❙ GSM, GPRS, EDGE
❙❙ UMTS, HSPA, HSPA+
❙❙ LTE
❙❙ Bluetooth®
❙❙ WLAN IEEE 802.11
Coverage of other standards is available on request. In
addition, measurements in line with the commercial standards for ITE and telecommunications equipment conforming to IEC/EN 61000-4-3, -6 (EMS) are available. The
system can be used both in design and type approval
testing.
Main features
The standards specify a wide variety of measurements in a
very wide frequency range.
❙❙ Conducted and radiated EMS measurements
❙❙ Audio breakthrough measurement to monitor audio
quality in uplink and downlink
❙❙ Multiple monitoring capabilities
Audio breakthrough measurement
Communication
antenna
Communication
tester
RF generator
Power meter
Power amplifier
EMS
antenna
Power
sensor
Power
sensor
Audio
analyzer
Artificial
mouth
Calibrator
Acoustic tube
(plastic)
Measurement
microphone
Audio box
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❙❙ Automatic stimulation and monitoring of the air link to
the wireless device
❙❙ Automatic handover between different services or
frequency bands
❙❙ System automation through automatic path switching
❙❙ Equipment for calibration of the audio path and system
check
The audio test system must be very sensitive and it must
not interact with the electric field applied at the DUT.
Therefore, the audio signal is transferred from the DUT to
the reception unit via a plastic tube. The reception unit itself is shielded against electromagnetic fields and placed
at an appropriate distance from the DUT.
Automotive tests
Test software
The R&S®EMC32 control software features all necessary
measurement routines for testing wireless devices. It supports fully automatic measurements for certification as
well as interactive measurements during development and
device modification.
System design
The R&S®TS9982 EMS test system is based on a standard
commercial EMS test system as defined by IEC/EN 610004-3 and -6 for radiated and conducted measurements. In
addition, it is equipped with all necessary components to
establish and maintain the radio link and to monitor DUT
performance. This includes the monitoring of audio quality,
bit error rate measurements and interfaces to equipment
for end-to-end data testing.
Communications tester
An R&S®CMW500 wideband radio ­communication tester
is integrated into the test system to set up, switch and
control the link to the DUT in a defined operating state. It
combines all common wireless standards in one unit. It
is also used for analysis of the wireless link quality to the
DUT and as an interface for audio and data throughput
monitoring.
Audio equipment
The audio measurement is carried out by the R&S®UPP audio analyzer. All accessories for measurement and calibration such as microphone and artificial mouth are included.
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Standards
❙❙ ISO 11451 and ISO 11452
❙❙ 2004/104/EC, 2005/49/EC, 2005/83/EC, 2006/28/EC and
2009/19/EC
❙❙ Customer-specific requirements
Features
The system allows tests to be performed in line with the
above standards. It can also take additional requirements
into account, such as those of different vehicle manufacturers – in particular special test levels and frequency ranges as well as pulse modulations as they are used to test
electromagnetic susceptibility to radar applications. Precompliance test systems based on test cells (e.g. GTEM
cells) are also available. The scope of systems ranges from
compact car component test systems to test sites for vehicles, including electric powered and hybrid cars.
System design
These systems are designed on the basis of customer
requirements. Due to the high field strengths and the associated amplifier power (R&S®BBA and R&S®BBL series
amplifiers), stringent demands are placed on the infrastructure, while the large DUTs require special concepts
for efficient field generation. In addition to pure field generation, features such as efficient system utilization, high
degree of system automation, complex interfaces to the
DUT and service concepts are important factors for these
projects.
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Software
The R&S®EMC32 software includes the specific functionality necessary for automotive applications. Versatile
monitoring possibilities – from TTL levels to TCP/IP, GPIB
and RS-232 communications to CAN, LIN, MOST and
FlexRay™ bus monitoring – are also important for these
measurements.
A&D tests
Standards
❙❙ MIL-STD-461
❙❙ MIL-STD-464
❙❙ RTCA DO 160
❙❙ Customer-specific requirements
❙❙ Country-specific requirements
Features
The detailed configuration of the test system depends on
the required measurements, test levels and the DUT characteristics. It may range from a test system for a single
test to the coverage of all EMC tests in line with MILSTD-461 and RTCA DO160. The system design is based on
experience gained from the large number of A&D test systems implemented worldwide.
EMS microwave test.
Microwave tests up to 40 GHz
The test system for 1 GHz to 18 GHz or 40 GHz is a mobile
rack that includes all necessary equipment such as signal
generator, power amplifier and power meter. This prevents
cable losses, allowing more amplifier power to be used for
field generation. The system can be configured for different test levels up to 200 V/m CW and 3000 V/m pulsed at
a test distance of 1 m. It is controlled by the EMC software
from outside the chamber via fiber-optic link.
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R&S®TS-EMF
Portable EMF Measurement System
Simple, frequency-selective measurement of
EMF emissions
In combination with Rohde & Schwarz spectrum analyzers,
the R&S®TS-EMF measurement system detects high-­
frequency electromagnetic fields (EMF). The isotropic antenna, together with the software, which has been specifically designed for EMF measurements, allows simple and
precise on-site evaluation of total and individual emissions.
❙❙ Automated EMF measurements
❙❙ Precise measurements of even complex scenarios and
RF signals
❙❙ Wide frequency range from 9 kHz to 6 GHz using
­isotropic antennas
❙❙ Isotropic antenna for detecting fields independent of
­direction and polarization
❙❙ Combined use possible with various Rohde & Schwarz
spectrum analyzers and test receivers
Safety based on exact measurements for
­reproducible and reliable results
❙❙ Evaluation of total emissions, individual radio services or
individual frequencies
❙❙ Measurements in line with all common EMF standards
and measurement methods
❙❙ Correct evaluation of even complex scenarios or
RF signals
❙❙ Excellent reproducibility using automated measurements
Efficient on-site measurements
❙❙ Fast, simple measurements owing to predefined test
­routines
❙❙ On-site interpretation of results using integrated report
generation
❙❙ Easy adaptation to local conditions
❙❙ Versatile use due to the compact one-box solution with
the R&S®FSL spectrum analyzer
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Suitable for a wide range of applications
❙❙ Investigation of specific problems or radio signals by
­directly setting individual measurement parameters
❙❙ Additional manual measurements using a full-featured
spectrum analyzer
❙❙ Optional storage of raw measurement data for further
­in-depth result evaluation
❙❙ Precise extrapolation for WCDMA using CPICH
­demodulation
❙❙ Support for LTE measurements through decoding and
­frequency-selective procedure
Future-oriented
❙❙ Coverage of the complete frequency range from 9 kHz
to 6 GHz, extendable up to 40 GHz using additional
­antennas
❙❙ Measurements of advanced radio services with wide
bandwidths and high crest factors
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R&S®ES-SCAN EMI Software
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User-friendly software for EMI measurements
R&S®ES-SCAN is a cost-efficient and user-friendly
­Windows software application that has been developed for
­Rohde & Schwarz test receivers and spectrum analyzers.
The main requirements of EMI measurements have been
combined in an easy-to-use application: measurement settings and storage, scan data acquisition and display with
automatic data reduction, peak search with acceptance
limit and selection of subranges, final measurement with
worst-case selection, report generation and measurement
data storage.
R&S®ES-SCAN offers all the advantages of an ­up-to-date
software tool, including operation via keyboard and
mouse, table editor, configurable report generation and
printout of reports on any Windows printer. A wizard supports the user of the R&S®ES‑SCAN EMI software at all
stages of ­operation. Online help texts explain all software
functions; an operating manual is therefore not required.
❙❙ Menu-controlled configuration of test receivers and
signal/spectrum analyzers and ­storage of settings on
controller, i­ncluding limit lines and transducer factors
❙❙ Reliable acquisition, evaluation and documentation of
measurement data
❙❙ Graphical display of scan data with automatic data
­reduction
❙❙ Marker function, including marker to peak and
tune ­receiver to marker frequency
❙❙ Automatic peak search with selectable acceptance limit
and selectable subranges
❙❙ Editable frequency list for semi-automatic or interactive
final m
­ easurements
❙❙ Fine tuning function for fast detection­of local maxima
❙❙ Flexible configuration of report generation for different
report layouts
❙❙ For use with the R&S®ESR, R&S®ESRP and R&S®ESL
EMI test receivers, the R&S®FSL spectrum ­analyzer,
the R&S®FSV signal and spectrum analyzer and the
R&S®FSVR realtime spectrum analyzer
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R&S®EMC32 EMC Measurement ­Software Platform
R&S®EMC32 as virtual instrument, e.g. user interface for 3D result evaluation.
For use in development, for compliance and batch
testing
The R&S®EMC32 EMC measurement software can be used
for all electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic susceptibility (EMS) measurements. The software is
a modern and powerful tool for controlling and monitoring
Rohde & Schwarz devices as well as third-party equipment.
Its comprehensive and modular configuration capabilities
and its open software structure ensure reliable collection,
evaluation and documentation of measurement results.
❙❙ Cost-efficient
❙❙ Flexible and scalable
❙❙ Future-ready
❙❙ Modular concept allowing flexible adaptation to
­customer needs
❙❙ Predefined hardware setups to support easy ­generation
of test setups
❙❙ Support of measurements in line with all major s­ tandards
in the commercial, wireless, automotive and military
range
❙❙ Manual and automatic EMI and EMS measurements
❙❙ Fully automatic and interactive sequences
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❙❙ Customer or EUT-specific data handling
❙❙ Extensive EUT monitoring capabilities and user-specific
actions
❙❙ Interface to lab management system
❙❙ User administration for managing different user profiles
EMS qualification test with several EUT monitoring channels.
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Basic packages and expansion modules for the
R&S®EMC32 EMC measurement software
Basic packages and expansion modules for the
R&S®EMC32 EMC measurement software
Module
Application
R&S®EMC32-K56
R&S®EMC32-S
Basic package for EMS measurements
R&S®EMC32-EB
Basic package for EMI measurements
R&S®EMC32-K1
Enhanced EMS functionality for automotive/
A&D measurements
Measurement of audio breakthrough and spurious
emissions in wireless communications
Susceptibility measurements in r­ everberation
­chambers in line with EN 61000-4-21
(R&S®EMC32-K4 also required)
EMS auto test functionality
R&S®EMC32-K2
R&S®EMC32-K3
R&S®EMC32-K4
R&S®EMC32-K6
R&S®EMC32-K7
R&S®EMC32-K8
R&S®EMC32-K10
Measurements in line with MIL-STD-461E/F
CS103/4/5
Generic drivers for RF generators, power meters and
oscilloscopes
Database interface to laboratory management
systems
EMI auto test functionality
R&S®EMC32-K10A EMI auto test extension for spurious measurements
in line with ETSI EN 300 328, 301 893
R&S®EMC32-K11 Test plan generation and automatic control with test
sequencer
R&S®EMC32-K21 Automation of additional measurement tasks using
macro language
R&S®EMC32-K22 Measurement of RF radiation patterns of antennas
and EUTs
R&S®EMC32-K23 3D evaluation for R&S®EMC32-K10 EMI auto test
R&S®EMC32-K24
Interactive measurement for R&S®EMC32-K10
EMI auto test
R&S®EMC32-K251 TD-SCDMA option for R&S®EMC32-K2
R&S®EMC32-K26
LTE option for R&S®EMC32-K2
R&S®EMC32-K33
EMI measurements in reverberation chambers in line
with EN 61000-4-21 (R&S®EMC32-K10 also required)
Shielding effectiveness measurement
R&S®EMC32-K48
R&S®EMC32-K51
EMI evaluation with flexible scan sequences (e.g. in
line with GMW 3091/3097)
R&S®EMC32-K84
R&S®EMC32-U9E
R&S®EMC32-U9S
EMI measurement in line with MIL-STD: transmitter
in ­transmit mode
Report interface to word processing apps
Update to version 9 for R&S®EMC32-EB, -E and -E+
basic package
Update to version 9 for R&S®EMC32-S basic
package
Application overview (examples)
Application
Standards EMS
Industrial and
­household products
­(commercial)
Information technology (commercial)
IEC/EN 61000-4-3, -6
Standards EMI
CISPR 11/EN 55011,
CISPR 14-1/EN 55014-1,
ANSI-C 63.4 FCC 15, 18
CISPR 24/EN 55024,
CISPR 22/EN 55022,
IEC/EN 61000-4-3, -6
CISPR 32/EN 55032,
ANSI-C 63.4 FCC 15, 18
Medical devices
EN 60601-1-2,
EN 60601-1-2,
­(commercial)
EN 60601-2-x
CISPR 11/EN 55011
Wireless devices
ETSI EN 301498-x,
ETSI EN 301489-x,
­(commercial)
ETSI EN 300826
3GPP TS 51.010,
ETSI EN 301908-1,
ETSI EN 300328-1,
FCC part 15
Automotive
ISO 11451, ISO 11452,
2004/104/EC CISPR 12,
SAE J1113, SAE J551,
SAE J551/2 CISPR 25,
2014/30/EU
SAE J1113/41
reverberation chamber reverberation chamber
(mode-tuned)
(mode-tuned)
Military/avionics
MIL-STD-461E/F,
MIL-STD-461E/F,
MIL-STD-461E/F,
CE 101, CE 102, CE 106,
CS 103, CS 104, CS 105, RE 101, RE 102, RE 103,
RTCA/DO-160,
RTCA/DO-160,
MIL-STD-464
VG 95370-95377,
DEF-STAN 49-41,
GAM-EG 13
Consumer products,
CISPR 13/EN 55013
­radio/TV (commercial)
CISPR 32/EN 55032,
Interactive measurement mode
in EMI measurements.
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R&S®AdVISE Visual Inspection Software
New
A new way to eliminate human inattention
R&S®AdVISE is a video-based monitoring/advisory system
for use in an EMC test environment. This video detection
system is designed to automate the process of visually
detecting failures of a device under test (DUT) during immunity testing, eliminating human inattention and saving
test time.
The primary objective of the R&S®AdVISE visual inspection
software is to provide the operator with a tool to automate
the process of visually detecting failures of devices under
test. R&S®AdVISE is available in two versions:
❙❙ As an adjunct system to the R&S®EMC32 EMS system
❙❙ As a standalone system for video analysis outside the
scope of an EMC system
When R&S®AdVISE runs with the R&S®EMC32 or a similar system, it will provide the highest level of automation
for controlling EMC equipment. The analysis comprises a
comparison of each video frame with a reference frame
for changes in specified areas referred to as regions of interest (ROI). ROIs are defined by the operator during test
con-figuration and stored in a database.
This test configuration information is used by the
R&S®AdVISE video analysis subsystem to analyze each
frame in real time. Additionally, R&S®AdVISE has the
capability to capture sound emanating from the device
under test and allows it to be manually analyzed for
abnormalities.
The R&S®AdVISE system is not limited to only functioning
in an EMC environment. The R&S®AdVISE system can be
used in any environment where the user wishes to visually monitor events that are deviations from a reference or
standard. The R&S®AdVISE system analyzes data at rates
of up to 30 frames per second per camera and can "see"
transitory events that a human may miss.
❙❙ Automated video failure detection system capable
of supporting up to two SD/HD/2K video streams to
eliminate human inattention
❙❙ Support of video streams at up to 30 frames per second
and continuous monitoring of video streams to detect
configured changes
❙❙ User-defined regions of interest (items to be monitored);
32 ROIs per video stream possible
Model overview
Type
R&S®AdVISE-LT (ite)
R&S®AdVISE-ML (mid-level)
R&S®AdVISE-HP (high-performance)
Features
❙❙ R&S®EMC32 can be run on the same hardware platform
❙❙ Only 1 camera supported
❙❙ Max. 30 frames per second
❙❙ 16 ROIs supported
❙❙ R&S®EMC32 can be run on the same hardware platform
❙❙ Only 1 camera supported
❙❙ Max. 30 frames per second
❙❙ 32 ROIs supported
❙❙ Support of 2 cameras
❙❙ 30 to 60 frames per second per camera
❙❙ Min. 32 ROIs per camera
❙❙ Dedicated PC platform required
❙❙ Separate hardware platform required to run R&S®EMC32
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R&S®BBA150 Broadband Amplifier
Excellent amplifiers from 9 kHz to 6 GHz with
high power density
The R&S®BBA150 broadband amplifier family generates
power in the frequency range from 9 kHz to 6 GHz. The
compact amplifiers are rugged and feature high availability.
They are ideal for amplitude, frequency, phase and pulse
modulation. Extensive switching options for input, output
and sample ports are available for different applications.
The R&S®BBA150 broadband amplifiers cover a total of
four frequency bands: 9 kHz to 250 MHz, 80 MHz to
1 GHz, 0.8 GHz to 3 GHz and 2.5 GHz to 6 GHz. They can
be used to address a variety of applications, including the
various standards for EMS measurements up to 6 GHz.
In the industry environment, the R&S®BBA150 broadband
amplifiers are suitable for development and product valida-
tion tests in quality assurance and in the development and
production of components. Other fields of use include
research, physical engineering and communications.
The R&S®BBA150 broadband amplifiers are based on a
modular, lightweight design that is optimized for the required frequency band. They are available in two versions.
The low-power amplifier comes as a 4 HU 19" rackmount
that can be used as a desktop model or installed in a rack.
Devices with higher power must be installed in racks. The
amplifiers are operated either using display and buttons, or
via remote control interface (automated operation) or via a
web browser.
The modular concept is a prerequisite for upgrading power
and frequency range later on. The worldwide service concept and the global availability of spare parts promote the
trust and confidence of customers.
❙❙ Frequency ranges: 9 kHz to 250 MHz, 80 MHz to
1.0 GHz, 0.8 GHz to 3.0 GHz and 2.5 GHz to 6.0 GHz
❙❙ Output power from 15 W to 3000 W
❙❙ 100 % mismatch tolerance
❙❙ Suitable for amplitude, frequency, phase and pulse
modulation
❙❙ Three-year warranty and worldwide spare parts
availability
Specifications in brief
RF specifications
Frequency ranges
instantaneously
Gain flatness
9 kHz to 250 MHz
80 MHz to 1 GHz
0.8 GHz to 3.0 GHz
2.5 GHz to 6.0 GHz
125/160/200/400/700/1300/2500 W
(51.0/52.0/53.0/56.0/58.4/61.1/64.0 dBm)
70/125/160/250/500/1000/1250/1500/2000/3000 W
(48.5/51.0/52.0/54.0/57.0/60.0/61.0/61.8/63.0/64.8 dBm)
30/60/110/200/400/700 W
(44.8/47.8/50.4/53.0/56.0/58.4 dBm)
15/30/60/100/200 W
(41.8/44.8/47.8/50.0/53.0 dBm)
±3.5 dB (or better, see data sheet)
Nominal power
9 kHz to 250 MHz
Gain adjustment range
> 15 dB
Spurious
–80 dBc, max. –65 dBc
Modulation capability
AM, FM, φM, PM
80 MHz to 1 GHz
690 MHz to 3.2 GHz
2.5 GHz to 6.0 GHz
Input level for nominal output power
Nominal forward output power
Output mismatch protection, VSWR
–3.4 dBm
VSWR < 6:1
VSWR > 6:1
continuous, without foldback
continuous, with gradual foldback to approx. 50 % of output
power, depending on load impedance
100 %, without damage
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R&S®BBL200 Broadband Amplifier
Liquid-cooled power amplifiers for high field
strengths
The R&S®BBL200 broadband amplifiers from 9 kHz
to 225 MHz open up applications requiring high field
strengths and high amplifier power. Especially in EMC
­environments, they easily fulfill typical requirements as
specified by relevant standards as well as those resulting
from the physical characteristics of the antennas being
used. This includes outstanding performance at 1 dB compression and high mismatch tolerance. The amplifiers are
designed for continuous operation even under mismatch
conditions.
The R&S®BBL200 broadband amplifiers are liquid-cooled,
which makes them compact and especially quiet. The
pump units, compression tanks and amplifier components
are all located in the rack. Only the compact heat exchanger needs to be located separately, which has the advantage that the bulk of the waste heat can be dissipated
outside the amplifier room. All of the liquid cooling components are already in use in Rohde & Schwarz h
­ igh-power
TV transmitters. Thousands of these transmitters have
been in operation worldwide for years, offering unparalleled reliability.
The R&S®BBL200 amplifier family's modular design makes
it easy, for example, to remove amplifier plug-ins. The
­liquid cooling is also straightforward. Self-connecting and
self-shutting valves reliably ensure perfect sealing, even
during maintenance and service.
❙❙ Frequency range from 9 kHz to 225 MHz
❙❙ 3000 W, 5000 W and 10 000 W output power
❙❙ 100 % mismatch tolerance
❙❙ Liquid-cooled, compact and quiet
❙❙ For amplitude, frequency, phase and pulse modulation
❙❙ Worldwide service network and global spare parts
availability
Specifications in brief
RF data
Frequency range
instantaneously
9 kHz to 225 MHz
Nominal power
3000/5000/10 000 W (64.8/ 67.0/70.0 dBm)
Gain flatness
±3.0 dB
Gain adjustment range
> 15 dB
Spurious, carrier offset > 100 kHz
–80 dBc , max. –70 dBc
Modulation capability
AM, FM, φM, PM
Input level for nominal output power
–3.4 dBm
Nominal forward output power
VSWR < 6:1
continuous, without foldback
VSWR > 6:1
continuous, with gradual foldback to approx. 50 % of output
power, depending on load impedance
100 %, without damage
Output mismatch protection, VSWR
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Compact Diagnostic Chambers
Pre-compliant test sites provide consistent and reproducible measurements of the EMI performance of a EUT,
while the EMS test can be performed full compliant for
certification. Recognized as a working tool to assist the
R&D engineer during development, the family of pre-compliant EMC test sites includes semi-anechoic chambers
(SAC) as well as fully anechoic rooms (FAR) for 3 m test
distance.
The end-user has a choice between the two. In connection
with the chamber validation correlation factors from the
3 m FAR performance to a 10 m OATS can be worked out
and provided. Compact in size with a total height between
2.6 m (8.4 ft) and 3.6 m (11.8 ft), the pre-compliant test
site (CDC) is ideal for office and laboratory areas.
The completely modular configuration of the CDC and
the durable pan shielding system enables an upgrade to a
compliant 3 m test site at a later stage in a time and cost
efficient way. All pre-compliant test sites provide shielding compliant to EN 50147-1. Conducted EMC measurements, according to all of the relevant standards, can be
performed in all chambers, provided that the geometry of
the test site allows it.
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Room dimensions
Room type (L × W × H)
E-CDC, QZ Ø 1 m
M-CDC, QZ Ø 1 m
C-CDC, QZ Ø 1.2 m
XL-CDC, QZ Ø 1.5 m
Total required space
6.1 m × 3.1 m × 2.71 m
(20 ft × 10.1 ft × 8.9 ft)
7.3 m × 3.1 m × 3.16 m
(24 ft × 10.1 ft × 10.4 ft)
7.5 m × 3.3 m × 3.46 m
(24.6 ft × 10.8 ft × 11.4 ft)
7.8 m × 4.2 m × 3.76 m
(25.6 ft × 13.8 ft × 12.3 ft)
Shielding external
6.1 m × 3.1 m × 2.55 m
(20 ft × 10.1 ft × 8,4 ft)
7.3 m × 3.1 m × 3.0 m
(24 ft × 10.1 ft × 9.8 ft)
7.3 m × 3.4 m × 3.3 m
(24 ft × 11.2 ft × 10.8 ft)
7.6 m × 4.0 m × 3.6 m
(24.9 ft × 13.1 ft × 11.8 ft)
Clear internal
5.52 m × 2.2 m × 1.97 m
(18.1 ft × 7.2 ft × 6.5 ft)
6.59 m × 1.93 m × 2.28 m
(21.6 ft × 6.3 ft × 7.5 ft)
6.59 m × 2.23 m × 2.58 m
(21.6 ft × 7.3 ft × 8.5 ft)
6.89 m × 2.83 m × 2.88 m
(22.6 ft × 9.3 ft × 9.4 ft)
Performance
Example of C-CDC
Standard
Frequency range
Test distance
Test volume
Test frequency
Test axis
Deviation
NSA FS
ANSI C63.4, CISPR 16-1-4, EN 55016-1-4
30 MHz to 1 GHz
3m
1.2 m
1.2 m
1.2 m
30 MHz to 100 MHz 101 MHz to 200 MHz 201 MHz to 1 GHz
off axis
off axis
off axis
±6 dB
±5 dB
±4 dB
Site VSWR
CISPR 16-1-4, EN 55016-1-4
1 GHz to 18 GHz
3m
1.2 m
off axis
≤ 6 dB
Field uniformity
IEC 61000-4-3, EN 61000-4-3
80 MHz to 18 GHz
3m
1.5 m × 1.5 m vertical plane
80 MHz to 18 GHz
in axis
0 dB to +6 dB/75 % rule
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Fully Compliant Anechoic Test Chambers
Fully compliant test sites and their components are designed to have the lowest possible contribution to the
total measurement uncertainty of the test facility, (i.e. to
allow reproducible, accurate and fast measurements). Our
family of fully compliant EMC test sites includes all semianechoic chambers (SAC) for 3 m, 5 m and 10 m test distance and fully anechoic rooms (FAR) for 3 m and 5 m test
distance.
The chamber validation of these solutions is described
in CISPR 16-1-4. The final dimensions of the 10 m semianechoic chambers depend a lot on the dimensions of the
EUT, whereas the dimensions of the fully-anechoic 3 m
and 5 m chambers easily can be standardized.
All fully compliant test sites provide shielding compliant
to EN 50147-1 and IEEE 299. Conducted EMC measurements, according to all of the relevant standards, can be
performed in all chambers, provided that the geometry of
the test site allows it.
Room dimensions
Room type (L × W × H)
FAR 3 m, QZ Ø 1.5 m
SAC 3 m, QZ Ø 2 m
SAC 5 m, QZ Ø 3 m
SAC 10 m, QZ Ø 3 m
SAC 10 m, QZ Ø 4 m
Total required space
9.0 m × 4.8 m × 4.4 m
(29.5 ft × 15.7 ft × 14.4 ft)
10 m × 6.1 m × 6.05 m
(32.8 ft × 20 ft × 19.8 ft)
13.1 m × 8.3 m × 3.46 m
(42.9 ft × 27.2 ft × 11.3 ft)
20 m × 12.8 m × 9.25 m
(65.6 ft × 41.9 ft × 30.34 ft)
21.2 m × 13.4 m × 9.25 m
(69.6 ft × 43.9 ft × 30.3 ft)
Shielding external
8.8 m × 4.6 m × 4.2 m
(28.9 ft × 15.1 ft × 13.8 ft)
9.4 m × 5.5 m × 5.55 m
(30.8 ft × 18 ft × 18.2 ft)
12.1 m × 7.3 m × 6.0 m
(39.6 ft × 23.9 ft × 19.6 ft)
19 m × 11.8 m × 8.55 m
(62.3 ft × 38.7 ft × 28.05 ft)
20.2 m × 12.4 m × 8.55 m
(66.3 ft × 40.6 ft × 28.05 ft)
Clear internal
7.7 m × 3.33 m × 3.26 m
(25.3 ft × 10.9 ft × 10.7 ft)
8.26 m × 4.23 m × 4.75 m
(27 ft × 13.8 ft × 15.5 ft)
10.96 m × 5.4 m × 5.2 m
(35.9 ft × 17.7 ft × 17.1 ft)
17.4 m × 9.9 m × 7.1 m
(57.1 ft × 32.5 ft × 23.3 ft)
18.6 m × 10.5 m × 7.1 m
(61 ft × 34.4 ft × 23.3 ft)
NSA
CISPR 16-1-4, ANSI C63.4,
EN 55016-1-4
30 MHz to 1 GHz
3m
1.5 m
off axis
±4 dB
Site VSWR
CISPR 16-1-4, EN 55016-1-4
Field uniformity
IEC 61000-4-3, EN 61000-4-3
1 GHz to 18 GHz
3m
1.5 m
off axis
≤ 6 dB
80 MHz to 18 GHz
3m
1.5 m × 1.5 m (vertical plane)
in axis
0 dB to +6 dB/75 % rule
Performance
Example for 3 m FAR
Standard
Frequency range
Test distance
Test volume
Test axis
Deviation
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EMC Test Sites for the Automotive Industry
The family of EMC test sites for the automotive industry
and their suppliers of electric and ESA - electronic subassemblies include semi-anechoic chambers (SAC) for
1 m, 3 m, 5 m and 10 m test distance. For 20 years, the
automotive industry has considered the semi-anechoic
chamber as “state-of-the-art” for vehicle testing and the
same has held true for component testing for the last decade. The distinction between the so-called CISPR 25 and
automotive chamber is caused by the significant difference in size, cost and the variety of measurements to be
performed.
CISPR 25 or ESA test chambers are used for emission and
immunity testing on electronic sub-assemblies.
A higher integration along with much higher clock frequencies of ESA’s in vehicles makes the “inner EMC” of
vehicles the challenge of today. The vehicle is driven by the
chassis dynamometer to simulate various traffic situations
and cover all functional stresses. All CISPR 25 and automotive test sites provide a shielding compliant to EN 50147-1
and IEEE 299. Conducted EMC measurements, according to all of the relevant standards can be performed in all
chambers, provided that the geometry of the test site and
its configuration allows it.
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Room dimensions
Room type (L × W × H)
CISPR 25
SAC 5 m, Automotive QZ Ø 4 m
SAC 10 m, Automotive QZ Ø 5.5 m
Total required space
5.5 m × 4.3 m × 3.5 m
(18.04 ft × 14.11 ft × 11.48 ft)
15.6 m × 9.7 m × 6.6 m
(51.2 ft × 31.8 ft × 21.65 ft)
25.1 m × 16.4 m × 9.8 m
(82.3 ft × 53.8 ft × 32.15 ft)
Shielding external
5.5 m × 4.3 m × 3.3 m
(18.04 ft × 14.11 ft × 10.83 ft)
15.1 m × 9.1 m × 6.0 m
(49.5 ft × 29.8 ft × 19.68 ft)
24.1 m × 15.4 m × 9.0 m
(79 ft × 50.5 ft × 29.52 ft)
Clear internal
4.62 m × 3.42 m × 2.86 m
(15.16 ft × 11.22 ft × 9.38 ft)
13.96 m × 7.2 m × 5.2 m
(45.8 ft × 23.6 ft × 17 ft)
22.51 m × 13.5 m × 7.55 m
(73.85 ft × 44.29 ft × 24.6 ft)
CISPR 25
30 MHz to 1 GHz
1m
2.5 m × 1.0 m
in axis
±6 dB
CISPR 25
1 GHz to 2.5 GHz
1m
2.5 m × 1.0 m
in axis
±6 dB
Performance
Site attenuation, example of CISPR 25 (ALSE validation)
Standard
CISPR 25
Frequency range
150 kHz to 30 MHz
Test distance
1m
Test bench size
2.5 m × 1.0 m
Test axis
in axis
Deviation
±6 dB
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EMC accessories for disturbance voltage/current/power and field strength measurements
For disturbance voltage measurements
R&S®ENV216 Two-Line V-Network
Disturbance voltage measurements on
­single-phase EUTs
❙❙ Several models for Germany, United Kingdom,
France, China/Australia, USA
❙❙ Air-core design and artificial hand
❙❙ Switch-selectable highpass filter of 150 kHz
❙❙ Built-in 10 dB attenuator pad
❙❙ Built-in pulse limiter (can be switched off)
❙❙ Remote control with TTL levels (compatible
with Rohde & Schwarz EMI test receivers)
❙❙ Compact, lightweight
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 9 kHz to 30 MHz
❙❙ Continuous current up to 16 A
(depending on model)
❙❙ Simulated impedance: (50 μH + 5 Ω) || 50 Ω in
line with CISPR 16-1-2 Amd. 2:2006
❙❙ V-network in line with CISPR, EN, VDE, ANSI,
FCC Part 15 and MIL-STD-461D, E and F
❙❙ Calibrated in line with CISPR 16-1-2 and
ANSI C63.4
Disturbance voltage measurements on
­three‑phase EUTs
❙❙ Meets the requirements of CISPR 16‑1‑2,
EN55016-1-2 and ANSI C63.4
❙❙ Air-core design and artificial hand
❙❙ Built-in 10 dB attenuator pad
❙❙ Built-in pulse limiter (can be switched off)
❙❙ Automatic temperature monitoring
❙❙ Remote control with TTL levels (compatible with
Rohde & Schwarz measuring receivers)
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range from 9 kHz to 30 MHz
❙❙ Power-handling capacity up to 32 A, constant
current
❙❙ Simulated impedance (50 µH + 5 Ω) || 50 Ω in
line with CISPR 16-1-2
❙❙ V-network in line with CISPR, EN, VDE, ANSI,
FCC Part 15 and MIL-STD-461D, E and F
❙❙ Calibrated in line with CISPR 16-1-2 and
ANSI C63.4
Disturbance voltage measurements at high
currents
The R&S®ENV4200 V-network meets the requirements of CISPR 16-1-2, EN 55016-1-2 and
ANSI C 63.4 for V-networks with impedance in
the frequency range from 150 kHz to 30 MHz.
The maximum attainable current of the V-network
is limited by the voltage drop at the standardized
inductances (CISPR 16-1-2 limits the voltage drop
to 5 % of the AC supply voltage) and by unavoidable heat losses.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 150 kHz to 30 MHz
❙❙ Impedance: 50 µH || 50 Ω, magnitude and
­phase in line with CISPR 16-1-2 Amd. 2:2006
❙❙ Artificial hand
❙❙ Continuous current up to 4 × 200 A
❙❙ Air-core design
❙❙ Built-in pulse limiter (can be switched off)
❙❙ Remote control with TTL levels (compatible
with Rohde & Schwarz EMI test receivers)
Measurements of disturbance voltage and
susceptibility in low-impedance power supply networks
The R&S®ESH3-Z6 is a single-phase V-network
with an equivalent circuit of (5 μH + 1 Ω) || 50 Ω
for the frequency range from 100 kHz to
200 MHz. The R&S®ESH3-Z6 is rated for a continuous current up to 115 A and can handle s­ urges
of up to 500 A for a maximum time of 30 s. Its
screw terminals ensure a low-impedance connection of test device and power s­ upply.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 0.1 MHz to 200 MHz
❙❙ Continuous current up to 115 A
❙❙ Impedance: (5 µH + 1 Ω) || 50 Ω
❙❙ In line with
■■
CISPR 25 (on-board power supply systems)
■■ CISPR 16-1-2 and EN 55016-1-2
(low-impedance power supplies)
■■ MIL-STD-461, DEF-STAN 59-411 and DO-160
❙❙ Calibrated in line with CISPR 16-1-2 and
ANSI C63.4
R&S®ENV432 Four-Line V-Network
R&S®ENV4200 200 A Four-Line V-Network
R&S®ESH3-Z6 150 A Single-Line V-Network
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For disturbance voltage measurements
R&S®ENY21 Two-Wire Coupling Network
Radio disturbance and immunity
­measurements on unshielded, symmetrical
telecommunications ports
❙❙ Radio disturbance measurements in line with
■■ CISPR 22: 2005 and EN 55022: 2010 figure D.1
(150 kHz to 30 MHz)
■■ CISPR 32 and EN 55032 figure G.1
❙❙ Immunity measurements in line with CISPR 24
and EN 55024 (150 kHz to 80 MHz)
❙❙ CISPR 16-1-2 compliant
❙❙ Adapter sets to meet standardized LCL
requirements (55 dB and 65 dB) and to
accommodate various telecommunications
interfaces
❙❙ High transmission bandwidth for w
­ anted signal
(100 MHz)
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range
■■ Radio disturbance: 150 kHz to 30 MHz
■■ Immunity: 150 kHz to 80 MHz
❙❙ Asymmetrical impedance
■■ Imped. (0.15 MHz to 30 MHz): 150 Ω ± 20 Ω
■■ Phase angle (0.15 MHz to 30 MHz): 0 ° ± 20 °
■■ Imped. (> 30 MHz to 80 MHz): 150 Ω ± 40 Ω
❙❙ Voltage division factor in asymmetrical circuit
■■ 150 kHz to 30 MHz: 10 dB (typ.) ± 1 dB
❙❙ Maximum permissible values
■■ Max. RF input voltage: < 15 V
■■ Max. DC voltage ­
between line/ground: 100 V
■■ Max. AC voltage b
­ etween line/ground: 63 V
■■ Max. DC current: 600 mA (current on each
­individual wire of one pair or on different pairs)
Radio disturbance and immunity
­measurements on unshielded, symmetrical
telecommunications ports
❙❙ Radio disturbance measurements in line with
■■ CISPR 22: 2005 and EN 55022: 2010 figure D.2
(150 kHz to 30 MHz)
■■ CISPR 32 and EN 55032 figure G.2
❙❙ Immunity measurements in line with CISPR 24
and EN 55024 (150 kHz to 80 MHz)
❙❙ CISPR 16-1-2 compliant
❙❙ Adapter sets to meet standardized LCL
requirements (55 dB and 65 dB) and to
accommodate various telecommunications
interfaces
❙❙ High transmission bandwidth for w
­ anted signal
(100 MHz)
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range
■■ Radio disturbance: 150 kHz to 30 MHz
■■
Immunity: 150 kHz to 80 MHz
❙❙ Asymmetrical impedance
■■ Imped. (0.15 MHz to 30 MHz): 150 Ω ± 20 Ω
■■ Phase angle (0.15 MHz to 30 MHz): 0 ° ± 20 °
■■ Imped. (> 30 MHz to 80 MHz): 150 Ω ± 40 Ω
❙❙ Voltage division factor in asymmetrical circuit
■■ 150 kHz to 30 MHz: 10 dB (typ.) ± 1 dB
❙❙ Maximum permissible values
■■ Max. RF input voltage: < 15 V
■■ Max. DC voltage ­
between line/ground: 100 V
■■ Max. AC voltage b
­ etween line/ground: 63 V
■■ Max. DC current: 600 mA (current on each
­individual wire of one pair or on different pairs)
Radio disturbance ­measurements
on ­unshielded, symmetrical
­telecommunications ports
❙❙ Radio disturbance measurements in line with
■■ CISPR 22: 2005 and EN 55022: 2010 figure D.3
(150 kHz to 30 MHz)
■■ CISPR 32 and EN 55032 figure G.3
❙❙ CISPR 16-1-2 compliant
❙❙ Adapter sets to meet standardized LCL
requirements (55 dB and 65 dB) and to
accommodate various telecommunications
interfaces
❙❙ High transmission bandwidth for w
­ anted signal
(100 MHz)
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 150 kHz to 30 MHz
❙❙ Asymmetrical impedance
■■ Imped. (0.15 MHz to 30 MHz): 150 Ω ± 20 Ω
■■ Phase angle (0.15 MHz to 30 MHz): 0 ° ± 20 °
❙❙ Voltage division factor in asymmetrical circuit
■■ 150 kHz to 30 MHz: 10 dB (typ.) ± 1 dB
❙❙ Maximum permissible values
■■ Max. RF input voltage: < 15 V
■■ Max. DC voltage ­
between line/ground: 100 V
■■ Max. AC voltage b
­ etween line/ground: 63 V
■■ Max. DC current: 600 mA (current on each
­individual wire of one pair or on different pairs)
R&S®ENY41 Four-Wire Coupling Network
R&S®ENY81 Eight-Wire Coupling Network
R&S®ENY81-CA6 Eight-Wire Coupling Network for cable category CAT 6
Radio disturbance ­measurements
on ­unshielded, symmetrical
­telecommunications ports
❙❙ Radio disturbance measurements in line with
■■ CISPR 22: 2005 and EN 55022: 2010 figure D.3
■■ CISPR 32 and EN 55032 figure G.3
❙❙ Immunity measurements in line with CISPR 24
and EN 55024 (150 kHz to 80 MHz)
❙❙ CISPR 16-1-2 compliant
❙❙ 75 dB longitudinal conversion loss (LCL)
❙❙ High transmission bandwidth for w
­ anted signal
(250 MHz)
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range
■■ Radio disturbance: 150 kHz to 30 MHz
■■ Immunity: 150 kHz to 80 MHz
❙❙ Asymmetrical impedance
■■ Imped. (0.15 MHz to 30 MHz): 150 Ω ± 20 Ω
■■ Phase angle (0.15 MHz to 30 MHz): 0 ° ± 20 °
■■ Imped. (> 30 MHz to 80 MHz): 150 Ω ± 40 Ω
❙❙ Voltage division factor in asymmetrical circuit
■■ 150 kHz to 30 MHz: 9.5 dB (typ.) ± 1 dB
❙❙ Maximum permissible values
■■ Max. RF input voltage: < 15 V
■■ Max. DC voltage ­
between line/ground: 100 V
■■ Max. AC voltage b
­ etween line/ground: 63 V
■■ Max. DC current: 600 mA (current on each
­individual wire of one pair or on different pairs)
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For disturbance voltage measurements
R&S®EZ-12 Antenna Impedance Converter
Broadband matching unit for test ­receivers
and spectrum analyzers with low-­impedance
inputs
The R&S®EZ-12 is used for high-impedance measurements of disturbance voltage at the feedpoint of a vehicle-mounted antenna in the long-,
­medium-, shortwave and FM bands in line with
VDE 0879 Part 2 and CISPR 25. For measurements in the VHF FM range, the antenna signal
can be switched to a separate 50 Ω input.
❙❙ Flat frequency response
❙❙ High sensitivity and overload capacity
❙❙ Calibration in line with CISPR 25:2008
❙❙ Remotely controlled FM range switch
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 150 kHz to 30 MHz
(120 MHz)
❙❙ RF input: SO 10599-1
❙❙ Input impedance: > 100 kΩ, < 10 pF (at 1 MHz)
❙❙ Gain factor for direct input to antenna
­connector: +11.2 dB ±1 dB
❙❙ Correction factor (nom. gain in line with
CISPR 25 is 10 dB): 10 dB
❙❙ VSWR: ≤ 1.4
❙❙ Noise voltage at output (input terminated with
antenna simulator; AVG, BW = 10 kHz)
■■ f > 150 kHz: < –5 dBµV
■■ f > 500 kHz: < –7 dBµV
❙❙ 1 dB compression point: > 107 dBµV
R&S®EZ-25 150 kHz Highpass Filter
Conducted emission measurements in the
presence of longwave mains disturbance
signals
For the measurement of equipment that r­ equires
higher selectivity at the transition between
130 kHz and 150 kHz as shown in Fig. 2 of
­CISPR 16-1-1 (e.g. signaling equipment as
defined in EN 50065-1), a highpass filter may
be added in front of the measuring receiver to
improve the selectivity and achieve the values
­stipulated in EN 50065 Part 1 without impairing
the passband of the measuring receiver.
❙❙ Conducted emission measurements in line with
EN 50065 Part 1
❙❙ Very steep slope in line with CISPR 16-1-1
❙❙ Suitable for any CISPR measuring receiver
❙❙ Relative attenuation > 50 dB below 130 kHz
❙❙ Built-in 10 dB attenuation pad for exact 50 Ω
termination of LISN
❙❙ High pulse energy capability (50 mWs)
❙❙ Calibrated response
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Passband: 150 kHz to 30 MHz
❙❙ Insertion loss in passband: 9.5 dB to 11.5 dB
❙❙ VSWR in passband: < 1.2
❙❙ Stopband: below 130 kHz
❙❙ Minimum attenuation in stopband: 60 dB
❙❙ Attenuation in transition region
■■ 146 kHz: < 12 dB
■■ 145 kHz: > 12 dB
■■ 140 kHz: > 24 dB
■■ 130 kHz: > 60 dB
❙❙ Max. input voltage (continuous): 137 dBµV
❙❙ Max. impulse energy (50 µs): 50 mWs
❙❙ Dimensions (L × W × H):
145 mm × 95 mm × 52 mm
(5.7 in × 3.74 in × 2.05 in)
❙❙ Weight: 500 g (1.1 lb)
R&S®ESH2-Z2/-Z3 Voltage Probes, R&S®ESH2-Z31 Attenuator
R&S®ESH2-Z2 active voltage probe
The active voltage probe is used for measuring
disturbance voltages on lines that do not carry
AC supply voltage.
Specifications in brief (R&S®ESH2-Z2/-Z3)
❙❙ Frequency range: 9 kHz to 30 MHz
❙❙ Measurement range (AVG, 200 Hz IF bandwidth
with Rohde & Schwarz test receivers): –20 dBµV
to +120 dBµV/+10 dBµV to +150 dBµV
R&S®ESH2-Z3 passive voltage probe
❙❙ Attenuation, uncertainty of calibration:
The passive voltage probe is suitable for
10 dB, 0.5 dB/30 dB, 0.5 dB
­measuring disturbance voltages (on AC supply
❙❙ Input impedance:
lines) in line with C
­ ISPR 16-2-1 and EN 55016-2-1. 118 kΩ ± 5 % || 8 pF/1.5 kΩ ± 5 % || 8 pF
❙❙ Max. input voltage
■■ f < 63 Hz: 100 V/250 V
R&S®ESH2-Z31 attenuator
■■ f < 500 Hz: 5 V/250 V
For checking the disturbance source impedance
■■ 9 kHz to 30 MHz: 3 V/30 V
in line with EN 55016-2-1 and CISPR 16-2-1
R&S®ESH3-Z2 Pulse Limiter
High RF input levels and high-energy disturbance
pulses generated on artificial mains networks
when the DUT is switched on and off can damage the RF input circuits of test receivers. The
R&S®ESH3-Z2 pulse limiter limits and reduces
the disturbance level.
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Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 0 Hz to 30 MHz
❙❙ Insertion loss: 10 dB ± 0.3 dB
❙❙ Frequency response: ≤ ±0.3 dB
❙❙ SWR with 50 Ω termination,
input/output: ≤ 1.06/≤ 1.25
❙❙ Power handling capacity in continuous mode:
1W
❙❙ Pulse power handling capacity:
E = 0.1 Ws (6 ms)
❙❙ Dimensions (L × W × H):
94 mm × 25 mm × 25 mm
(3.70 in × 0.98 in × 0.98 in)
❙❙ Weight: 120 g (0.26 lb)
EMC and field strength test solutions
For disturbance current measurements
R&S®EZ-17 Current Probe
Emission and susceptibility measurements
The R&S®EZ-17 model .02 with its extremely
flat frequency ­response is optimal for current
measurements and for measuring screening
­effectiveness.
Due to its high load capacity, model .03 is
­recommended for EMS measurements (bulk
­current injection).
❙❙ Model .02 for emission measurements
❙❙ Model .03 for emission and susceptibility
­measurements
❙❙ High sensitivity and overload capability
❙❙ Wide frequency range
❙❙ High load capacity for DC and AC current
❙❙ Small dimensions despite large inner d
­ iameter
(30 mm)
❙❙ Simple clamping thanks to spring-loaded
­mechanism
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 20 Hz to 100 MHz
❙❙ Range with constant transducer factor (–3 dB):
1 MHz/2 MHz to 100 MHz
❙❙ Transducer factor reduced by 20 dB/decade in
range from 20 Hz to 1 MHz/2 MHz
❙❙ Source impedance: ≤ 0.8 Ω/≤ 1 Ω
❙❙ Transfer impedance ZT in range with constant
transducer factor: 3.16 Ω/7.1 Ω
❙❙ Transducer factor k in range with flat frequency
response: –10 dB/–17 dB
❙❙ Load capacity (RF current measurement)
■■ Max. DC current or peak, AC current:
300 A (f < 1 kHz)
■■ Max. RF current (RMS):
2 A (f > 1 MHz)/1 A (f > 1 MHz)
❙❙ Load capacity of model .03 (EMS measurement)
■■ Max. power at RF connector: 10 W
(f > 1 MHz)
R&S®ESV-Z1 VHF Current Probe
The R&S®ESV-Z1 current probe is used for
­selective or broadband measurements of very
small or very large RF currents in electric lines.
It is shielded against electrostatic effects and
­complies with CISPR 16-1-2 and VDE 0876.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 9 kHz to 600 MHz
❙❙ Measurement range (AVG, 7.5 kHz IF
bandwidth): –33 dBµA to +117 dBµA
❙❙ Transfer admittance (Yt = Iin/Vout):
0.1 S (20 MHz to 600 MHz)
❙❙ Transducer factor (k = 20 log (Yt/s):
–20 dB (20 MHz to 600 MHz)
❙❙ Max. current (superimposed on RF current or
peak AC current): 50 A
❙❙ Max. diameter of conductor: 13.5 mm (0.53 in)
❙❙ Dimensions (Ø × height):
55 mm × 20 mm (2.17 in × 0.79 in)
❙❙ Weight: 130 g (0.29 lb)
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For disturbance power measurements
R&S®EZ-24 Ferrite Clamp
The R&S®EZ-24 ferrite clamp is used to improve
the reproducibility of disturbance field strength
measurements and of d
­ isturbance power and
screening effectiveness measurements.
In a 50 Ω circuit, the clamp produces decoupling
attenuation of more than 15 dB in the range
from 30 MHz to 1 GHz. The ferrite clamp can be
opened to insert the cable to be loaded.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 1 MHz to 1 GHz
❙❙ High reproducibility of disturbance field
strength measurements
❙❙ Calibrated in line with CISPR 16-1-3
❙❙ Maximum diameter of cable: 22 mm (0.87 in)
Drafts on the measurement of radiated emission
call for ferrite absorbers to load cables in order to
improve the reproducibility of disturbance field
strength measurements. Ferrite absorbers also
help improve the quality of disturbance power and
screening effectiveness measurements.
R&S®MDS-21 Absorbing Clamp
The R&S®MDS-21 absorbing clamp can be used
together with EMI test receivers to measure the
disturbance power of cables in line with CISPR 13
or EN 55013, CISPR 14‑1 or EN 55014-1, as
well as EN 50083-2. When used with two-port
measurement devices, the clamp makes it possible to measure the screening effectiveness of
cables in line with DIN 47250 Part 6, IEC 96‑1 and
EN 50083‑2.
It can also be used for measuring the efficiency
of disturbance suppression devices for highvoltage ignition systems in line with CISPR 12 or
EN 55012.
High-energy pulses are coupled out and taken to
the measuring receiver. This means that measuring receiver inputs must be thoroughly protected.
The clamps are also suitable for use as coupling
clamps in order to test the immunity of electronic
devices.
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Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 30 MHz to 1000 MHz
❙❙ Calibrated in line with CISPR 16-1-3
❙❙ Ball bearing rollers for c
­ ontinuous use in
­automatic measurements
❙❙ Maximum diameter of cable: 20 mm (0.79 in)
EMC and field strength test solutions
For field strength measurements
R&S®HZ-10 Shielded, Calibrated Magnetic Field Pickup Coil (MIL)
Measurement of magnetic field strengths in
line with relevant standards
The R&S®HZ-10 shielded, individually calibrated
magnetic field pickup coil allows magnetic field
strengths in the frequency range from 20 Hz to
200 kHz to be measured in line with commercial
and military standards (MIL-STD-461/462,
DEF-STAN 59-61, GAM-EG 13, VG 95377 Part 13
and EN 55103-1). These standards specify limits
for the magnetic flux density in the frequency
range from 30 Hz to 50 kHz or 200 kHz and
prescribe an electrostatically shielded coil with
a ­defined number of turns for measuring the
magnetic flux density. The coil comes with a
­calibration certificate for the range from 5 Hz to
10 MHz.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 5 Hz to 10 MHz
❙❙ Antenna factor: calibration certificate supplied
with coil
❙❙ Coil
■■ Diameter: 133 mm (5.23 in)
■■ Number of turns: 36
■■ Type of wire: 7-41, litz wire
■■ Resistance: 10 Ω
■■ Inductance: 415 µH
❙❙ Connector: Twinax female
❙❙ Dimensions (W × H × D):
142 mm × 178 mm × 29 mm
(5.59 in × 7.01 in × 1.14 in)
❙❙ Weight: 260 g (0.57 lb)
R&S®HZ-14 H Near-Field Probe Set
Diagnostic tools for detecting EMC trouble
spots
The R&S®HZ-14 near-field probe set can be used
together with test receivers, spectrum analyzers
or oscilloscopes to determine electromagnetic
emissions of any type. The main application is
the diagnosis of emissions from printed boards,
cables and leakage spots in shielded enclosures.
The two passive H-field probes can be used for
a local susceptibility test. The R&S®HZ-14 probe
set allows quantitative analysis. It comes in a
handy transit case.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ H-field probes
■■ Max. input power:
≤ 30 MHz: 0.5 W; > 30 MHz: 0.25 W
■■ VSWR (f > 30 MHz): < 2
❙❙ E-field probe
■■ Frequency response: ±3 dB
■■ Sensitivity: 13 mV/V
❙❙ Connectors: SMA female
❙❙ Preamplifier
■■ Frequency range: 9 kHz to 1 GHz
■■ Gain: 30 dB ± 2 dB, ±1 dB (typ.)
■■ Noise figure: < 4 dB (at +25 °C, 100 MHz),
< 3 dB (typ.)
Equipment supplied
■■ Max. output level (1 dB compression): 8 dBm
❙❙ Two passive H-field probes
■■ Input/output: BNC female/N male
(9 kHz to 30 MHz and 30 MHz to 1 GHz)
■■ Impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ One active E-field probe (9 kHz to 1 GHz)
■■ VSWR: < 1.5
❙❙ One 30 dB preamplifier for the H-field probe
■■ DC powering: 10/15 V ± 0.1 V, < 100 mA
(can be powered from all Rohde & Schwarz test
■■ DC connector: LEMO
receivers and spectrum analyzers)
❙❙ Test jig for functional testing of H-field
probes and simplified normalization of H-field
­measurements with the aid of a tracking
generator and normalization functions provided
in spectrum analyzers
R&S®HZ-15 Probe Set and R&S®HZ-16 Preamplifier for E and H Near-Field Emission Measurements
The R&S®HZ-15 probe set contains special
probes from 30 MHz to 3 GHz for near-field
­emission measurements on electronic modules
and can be used together with test receivers,
spectrum analyzers and oscilloscopes. Inserting
the R&S®HZ-16 preamplifier between the nearfield probe and the spectrum analyzer makes
it easier to measure very weak high-frequency
fields of up to 3 GHz.
Specifications in brief (R&S®HZ-15)
❙❙ Frequency range: 30 MHz to 3 (1.5) GHz
❙❙ One E-field probe with large surface of approx.
2 cm × 5 cm up to 1.5 GHz
❙❙ One E-field probe with sharp tip of 0.2 mm in
width
❙❙ Two H-field probes with loop diameter of
approx. 10 mm and 25 mm
❙❙ One H-field probe with active groove of 0.5 mm
❙❙ Five probes for easy diagnostic measurements
❙❙ Special, electrically shielded magnetic field
probes
❙❙ Probe tips adapted to near-field measurement
❙❙ High-resolution measurements
❙❙ Easy-to-determine magnetic field orientation
❙❙ Easy operation and handling
Specifications in brief (R&S®HZ-16)
❙❙ Frequency range: 100 kHz to 3 GHz
❙❙ Gain: 20 dB (from 1.5 GHz decreasing to 17 dB)
❙❙ Noise figure: 4.5 dB
❙❙ Max. input power: +13 dBm
❙❙ Operating voltage: 12 V
❙❙ Plug-in power supply: 100 V to 240 V,
50 Hz/60 Hz, Euro connector (2 mm × 4 mm),
adapter for USA and Japan
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EMC and field strength test solutions
For field strength measurements
¸HFH2-Z2 Rod Antenna
Broadband active loop antenna for measuring the magnetic field strength
❙❙ Frequency range: 9 kHz to 30 MHz
❙❙ Antenna factor k, referred to 1/m: 20 dB (E-field)
❙❙ Accuracy: 1 dB
❙❙ Measurement range (200 Hz IF bandwidth, AV ind.)
■■ Lower limit, frequency-dependent, 9 kHz to 1 MHz: +40 dB(μV/m) to +10 dB(μV/m)
■■ Lower limit, frequency-dependent, 1 MHz to 30 MHz: +10 dB(μV/m) to +5 dB(μV/m)
■■ Upper limit: 140 dB(μV/m)
❙❙ Connectors
■■ RF: BNC female, 50 Ω
■■ Supply and coding (antenna factor): 12-contact Tuchel female
■■ Length of connecting cables: 10 m (393.70 in)
❙❙ Current drain (±10 V): < 40 mA
❙❙ Dimensions (loop diameter): 590 mm (23.23 in)
❙❙ Weight in transit case, without cable: 12 kg (26.46 lb)
¸HFH2-Z6 Rod Antenna
Broadband active rod antenna for measuring the electrical component of radiated EMI in
test setups in line with CISPR 25
❙❙ Frequency range: 9 kHz to 30 MHz
❙❙ Antenna factor k, referred to 1/m: 10/20 dB, selectable
❙❙ Accuracy: 1 dB
❙❙ Measurement range (200 Hz IF bandwidth, AV ind.)
■■ Lower limit, frequency-dependent: +15 dB(μV/m) to –18 dB(μV/m)
■■ Upper limit: 140 dB(μV/m), 130 dB(μV/m) with k = 10 dB
❙❙ Connectors
■■ RF: BNC female, 50 Ω
■■ Supply and coding (antenna factor): 12-contact Tuchel female
■■ Length of connecting cables: 10 m (393.70 in)
❙❙ Current drain (±10 V): < 45 mA
❙❙ Dimensions
■■ Counterpoise: 600 mm × 600 mm (23.62 in × 23.62 in)
■■ Rod height: 1000 mm (39.37 in)
❙❙ Weight without cable: 5 kg (11.02 lb)
R&S®HZ-9 Power Supply
Power supply for the R&S®EZ-12 antenna impedance converter and the R&S®HZ-14 probe set for
E and H near-field measurements in situations
where these instruments cannot be supplied directly from a measuring receiver or when it is not
possible to connect the instrument to the measuring receiver (standalone operation)
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Output voltages: ±10 V ± 0.1 V
❙❙ Max. current load: 100 mA
❙❙ DC connector: 12-contact Tuchel female
❙❙ AC supply: 100 V to 120 V/220 V to 240 V,
±10 %
❙❙ Dimensions (W × H × D): 129 mm × 67 mm ×
205 mm (5.08 in × 2.64 in × 8.07 in)
❙❙ Weight: 1.7 kg (3.75 lb)
For measuring low-level signals in anechoic
chambers
The R&S®AM524 active antenna system has been
designed for measuring low-level signals in anechoic chambers. Criteria for dimensioning such
antennas are different from those of active antennas used outside shielded rooms.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range (in three subranges)
100 Hz to 1 GHz
❙❙ Input impedance 50 Ω
❙❙ Antenna factor (without attenuator or amplifier)
■■ 100 Hz to 30 MHz: 0 dB
■■ 100 MHz: –10 dB
■■ 1 GHz: 19 dB (typ.)
❙❙ Field sensitivity (∆f = 1 Hz, S/N = 0 dB)
■■ 100 Hz: 0 dB(µV/m) (typ.)
■■ 100 kHz: –43 dB(µV/m) (typ.)
■■ 30 MHz: –51 dB(µV/m) (typ.)
■■ 100 MHz: –54 dB(µV/m) (typ.)
■■ 1 GHz: –37 dB(µV/m) (typ.)
R&S®AM524 Active Antenna System
Essential parameters for antennas used in anechoic chambers are for instance low dimensions, high large-signal immunity and maximum
sensitivity.
❙❙ Extremely high sensitivity
❙❙ Excellent large-signal characteristics
❙❙ Wide frequency range
❙❙ Especially suitable for TEMPEST measurements
❙❙ Individual calibration in line with ANSI C63.5
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EMC and field strength test solutions
For field strength measurements
R&S®HL033 Log-Periodic Broadband ­Antenna
Detection and measurement of RF signals
❙❙ Extremely broadband
❙❙ Only one antenna required to cover a wide
­frequency range
❙❙ Low frequency dependence of radiation
­patterns and input impedance
❙❙ Can be used as transmit antenna
❙❙ Metal parts electrically connected to mast
­flange for protection against electric charges
and lightning
❙❙ Highly weatherproof
❙❙ Stable installation due to optional center
­bracket
❙❙ Individual calibration in line with ANSI C63.5
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 80 MHz to 2 GHz
❙❙ Polarization: linear
❙❙ Input impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ VSWR: ≤ 2
❙❙ Max. input power (Tamb = +30 °C)
■■ 80 MHz: 460 W + 100 % AM
■■ 2 GHz: 120 W + 100 % AM
❙❙ Gain: 6.5 dBi (typ.)
❙❙ Max. wind speed (without ice deposit):
150 km/h
❙❙ Dimensions (L × W):
approx. 1800 mm × 1960 mm
(70.87 in × 77.17 in)
❙❙ Weight: approx. 5 kg (11.02 lb)
R&S®HL040E Log-Periodic Broadband ­Antenna
For broadband transmission and reception
under open-field and laboratory conditions
Precise construction and optionally available individual calibration make the antenna suitable for
field strength and EMI measurements.
Power rating and matching (VSWR) allow its use
in EMS measurements where field strengths of
10 V/m or higher are required.
❙❙ Wide frequency range
❙❙ Suitable for susceptibility and emission
measurements
❙❙ Stable radiation patterns over frequency range
ensure optimum illumination of EUT
❙❙ Low cross-polarization
❙❙ Compact size, low weight
❙❙ Ease of handling
❙❙ Sturdy design
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 400 MHz to 6 GHz
❙❙ Polarization: linear
❙❙ Input impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ VSWR: < 2.0
❙❙ Max. input power:
■■ 400 MHz: 100 W CW
■■ 1 GHz: 90 W CW
■■ 3 GHz: 50 W CW
■■ 6 GHz: 35 W CW
❙❙ Gain: typ. 5.5 dBi
❙❙ Front-to-back ratio
■■ 400 MHz to 4.5 GHz: > 20 dB
■■ 4.5 GHz to 6 GHz: > 15 dB
❙❙ Cross-polarization: typ. −25
­­
dB
❙❙ Max. wind speed (without ice deposit):
275 km/h
❙❙ Dimensions (H × W × L): approx. 130 mm ×
430 mm × 550 mm (5.1 in × 16.9 in × 21.6 in)
❙❙ Weight: approx. 2.5 kg (5.5 lb)
R&S®HL046E High Gain Log-Periodic Antenna
Antenna for EMS ­measurements
❙❙ High antenna gain, i.e. low amplifier power
­required
❙❙ No change of antennas needed over wide
­frequency range
❙❙ Uniform object irradiation due to optimized
­radiation patterns
❙❙ Small size, suitable for use in test chambers
❙❙ Reduced influence of test chamber
❙❙ Antenna gain approximately constant over
entire frequency range
❙❙ Wall mounting possible
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 80 MHz to 3 GHz
❙❙ Polarization: linear
❙❙ Input impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ VSWR: < 2 (< 2.5 GHz); < 2.5 (≥ 2.5 GHz)
❙❙ Practical gain: > 8 dBi (typ.)
❙❙ Max. input power
■■ 80 MHz: 1400 W + 100 % AM
■■ 3 GHz: 250 W + 100 % AM
❙❙ Optional trolley
■■ Height continuously adjustable between
­approx. 1 m and 1.75 m above ground
■■ Optional pneumatic actuators
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For field strength measurements
R&S®HL050 Log-Periodic Antenna
Log-periodic directional antenna for linear
polarization
❙❙ Extremely wide frequency range
❙❙ Rotation-symmetrical radiation patterns
❙❙ High gain due to V-shaped configuration of
­antenna elements
❙❙ Can be used in the lab and for open-area
­applications
❙❙ Can be used as a separate antenna or as a feed
for microwave directional antennas
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 850 MHz to 26.5 GHz
❙❙ Polarization: linear
❙❙ Input impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ VSWR: ≤ 2.5
❙❙ Max. input power: 10 W to 2 W
❙❙ Gain: 8.5 dBi (typ.)
❙❙ Max. wind speed (without ice deposit):
180 km/h
❙❙ Dimensions (∅ × H, with radome):
approx. 210 mm × 300 mm (8.27 in × 11.81 in)
❙❙ Weight: approx. 0.7 kg (1.54 lb)
For EMI and EMS measurements
Outstanding power rating and matching (VSWR)
allow its use in EMS applications where field
strengths of 10 V/m or higher are required.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 750 MHz to 6 GHz
❙❙ Polarization: linear
❙❙ Input impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ VSWR: ≤ 2.5; < 2 (typ.)
❙❙ Max. input power: 100 W CW
❙❙ Gain: 8.5 dBi (typ.)
❙❙ Dimensions (∅ × H, with radome):
approx. 210 mm × 450 mm (8.3 in × 17.7 in)
❙❙ Weight: approx. 1.4 kg (3.1 lb)
R&S®HL050E Log-Periodic Antenna
❙❙ Wide frequency range
❙❙ Suitable for susceptibility and emission
measurements
❙❙ Stable radiation patterns over frequency range
ensure optimum illumination of EUT
❙❙ Very low cross-polarization
❙❙ Compact size, low weight
❙❙ Ease of handling
❙❙ Outstanding power rating up to 6 GHz
R&S®HL223 Log-Periodic Antenna
For measurement, monitoring and
­transmission
Owing to its broadband characteristics and the
virtually frequency-independent radiation patterns, the R&S®HL223 covers a very wide frequency range. The sturdy construction makes
the antenna suitable for stationary and mobile
applications. Each antenna is supplied with an
individual calibration certificate so that measurements can be performed in addition to monitoring and transmitting.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 200 MHz to 1.3 GHz
❙❙ Polarization: linear
❙❙ Input impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ VSWR: ≤ 2, 1.6 (typ.)
❙❙ Max. input power: 1500 W to 600 W CW
❙❙ Gain: > 6 dBi
❙❙ Max. wind speed (without ice deposit):
200 km/h
❙❙ Dimensions (L × W):
approx. 710 mm × 765 mm
(27.95 in × 30.12 in)
❙❙ Weight: approx. 2 kg (4.41 lb)
Large loop antenna system
The R&S®HM020 is a large loop antenna system
in line with CISPR 16-1-4, for electric lighting
equipment in line with CISPR 15 and for
induction sources in line with CISPR 11.
Dimensions (W × H × D); weight
❙❙ Loops set up, normal mode:
2.49 m × 2.57 m × 2.07 m; 45 kg
(98.03 in × 101.18 in × 81.50 in; 99.21 lb)
❙❙ Loops set up, reduced height:
2.49 m × 2.09 m × 2.07 m
(98.03 in × 82.28 in × 81.50 in)
❙❙ Transport crate: 2.68 m × 2.32 m × 0.57 m
(105.51 in × 91.34 in × 22.44 in)
❙❙ R&S®HM020Z1 basic pedestal:
0.9 m × 1 m × 0.9 m; 40 kg
(35.43 in × 39.37 in × 35.43 in; 88.18 lb)
❙❙ R&S®HM020Z2 adapter pedestal:
0.9 m × max. 0.5 m × 0.9 m; 30 kg
(35.43 in × max. 19.69 in × 35.43 in; 66.14 lb)
R&S®HM020 Triple-Loop Antenna
❙❙ Frequency range: 9 kHz to 30 MHz
❙❙ Loops switchable between X, Y and Z planes
❙❙ Transducer factor of current probe:
0 dB, ­referred to 1 S
❙❙ RF connector: N female, 50 Ω
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EMC and field strength test solutions
For field strength measurements
R&S®HK116E Biconical Antenna
For radiated emission measurements
❙❙ Wide frequency range
❙❙ Radiation patterns virtually independent of
­frequency
❙❙ Individual calibration in line with ANSI C63.5
(free-space calibration) and ARP 958
❙❙ Low weight
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 20 MHz to 300 MHz
❙❙ Polarization: linear
❙❙ Input impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ VSWR: 2.5 (typ.)
❙❙ Max. input power: 75 W CW
❙❙ Dimensions (L × W × H):
approx. 1380 mm × 530 mm × 780 mm
(54.3 in × 20.9 in × 30.7 in)
❙❙ Weight: approx. 3 kg (6.6 lb)
R&S®HF907 Double-Ridged Waveguide Horn Antenna
Broadband directional antenna, ideal for
EMC ­measurements
❙❙ Wide frequency range
❙❙ High gain and low VSWR for measurement
of weak signals and generation of high field
strengths without any significant return loss
❙❙ Radiation pattern contains only one main lobe
over the entire frequency range
❙❙ Ideal for use in EMC laboratories
❙❙ Compact size, low weight
❙❙ Each antenna is calibrated individually in line
with ANSI C63.5 and SAE ARP 958
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 800 MHz to 18 GHz
❙❙ Polarization: linear
❙❙ Polarization decoupling: > 25 dB, > 30 dB (typ.)
❙❙ Input impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ VSWR: ≤ 3.0 (f < 1.5 GHz); < 2.0 (f ≥ 1.5 GHz)
❙❙ Max. input power: 300 W CW/500 W PEP
❙❙ Gain: 5 dBi to 14 dBi (typ.)
❙❙ Dimensions (L × W × H):
approx. 305 mm × 280 mm × 226 mm
(12.0 in × 11.0 in × 8.9 in)
❙❙ Weight: approx. 1.9 kg (4.2 lb)
EMI and EMS measurements in an
extremely wide frequency range
❙❙ Suitable for susceptibility and emission
measurements
❙❙ No change of antennas needed throughout the
whole frequency range
❙❙ Radiation patterns in E and H plane practically
rotationally symmetrical (from 200 MHz to
6 GHz)
❙❙ Compact size, low weight
❙❙ High gain, low antenna factor
❙❙ Movable tripod optionally available
❙❙ Individual calibration in line with ANSI C63.5
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Frequency range: 30 MHz to 6 GHz
❙❙ Polarization: linear
❙❙ Cross-polarization: < −20 dB
❙❙ Nominal impedance: 50 Ω
❙❙ VSWR: < 2 (typ.)
❙❙ Max. input power (Tamb = +40 °C)
■■ 30 MHz: 225 W CW
■■ 80 MHz: 900 W CW
■■ 250 MHz: 750 W CW
■■ 1 GHz: 420 W CW
■■ 3 GHz: 270 W CW
■■ 6 GHz: 150 W CW
❙❙ Gain: 8 dBi (typ.) from 200 MHz
R&S®HL562E ULTRALOG Antenna
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Power meters and power sensors
Chapter 9
Power meters and
power sensors
Power meters and power sensors from
Rohde & Schwarz stand for highest measurement
accuracy and reliability – and have done so for
decades.
Rohde & Schwarz power sensors are intelligent
standalone instruments with a flexible connection
concept. The comprehensive USB-capable sensor
portfolio is designed to operate with the power
meter base unit or a PC/laptop. The latest power
sensor family can also be controlled via LAN.
This makes power meters from Rohde & Schwarz
unique on the market.
New
Type
Designation
Description
R&S®NRP2
R&S®NRPxxS/SN
Power meter
Power sensors
The ultimate solution for power measurements
Three-path diode power sensors with USB and LAN
Page
189
190
R&S®NRP-Zxx
Power sensors
USB power sensors for power measurements with a base unit or standalone on a PC
192
R&S®NRPV
Virtual power meter
Easy RF power measurements with R&S®NRPxxS/SN and R&S®NRP-Zxx power
­sensors on a PC
195
R&S®NRP-Z5
Sensor hub
Connecting up to four R&S®NRPxxS/SN and R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensors
195
R&S®NRPC
Calibration kits
Calibration of power sensors
196
R&S®NRT
Power reflection meter
Power measurement on transmitters, amplifiers, ­industrial RF and
­microwave ­generators
197
R&S®NRT-Zxx/
R&S®NAP-Zx
Power sensors
Intelligent sensors: simply plug in and measure
197
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R&S®NRP2 Power Meter
The ultimate solution for power measurements
The R&S®NRP2 power meter is ideal for a vast number of
applications in R&D, production and maintenance as well
as in calibration laboratories. In addition to the R&S®NRP2
base unit, there are a number of power sensors available
to perform diverse measurements. Complex signals with
digital modulation (e.g. as required by advanced mobile
radio standards such as WCDMA and LTE) are handled as
easily as are CW signals, carriers with analog modulation
(e.g. AM, FM) and pulsed RF.
The R&S®NRP2 simultaneously supports up to four power
sensors of the R&S®NRP family. Function keys on the front
panel provide quick access to the most important functions. Users can open the frequency setting menu or zero
the connected sensors at the push of a button. The mode
key provides direct access to all available measurement
functions.
User-programmable save/recall memory locations ­allow
fast access to personal settings. Presets for all major mobile radio standards, such as 3GPP LTE, 3GPP WCDMA,
GSM/EDGE, WLAN and Bluetooth®, ensure correct measurement with a minimum of keystrokes.
Power meters and power sensors
functions are color-coded and can be seen at a glance. Results are presented in numerical and graphical display windows that can be easily configured.
Key facts
❙❙ Small, lightweight and ruggedized base unit for
­production, laboratory and mobile applications
❙❙ Simple operation due to window-based graphical user
interface
❙❙ Presets for fast, standard-compliant measurements
❙❙ Simultaneous operation of up to four power sensors
(with the R&S®NRP-B2 and R&S®NRP-B5 options)
❙❙ Sensor check source (R&S®NRP-B1 option)
❙❙ Ethernet, USB and GPIB remote ­interfaces for integration
in automated test setups as standard
Emulation of other common power meters
The R&S®NRP2 can interpret the command set of other
power meters. Legacy instruments in existing systems can
be quickly replaced by the R&S®NRP2 without additional
programming effort.
Expandable to up to four measurement channels
The R&S®NRP2 standard configuration includes one measurement channel. The base unit can be optionally expanded to two (R&S®NRP-B2) or four (R&S®NRP-B2 and
R&S®NRP-B5) measurement channels.
Dual-mode test generator
An optionally integrated high-precision 1 mW reference
source (R&S®NRP-B7 sensor check source) can be used
in CW mode to check the function of all R&S®NRP power
sensors. In the pulse mode, the test generator can be
used to check the pulse measurement performance of the
R&S®NRP-Z8x wideband power sensors.
The brilliant TFT color display supports the intuitive,
­window-based operating concept. Key parameters and
All R&S®NRPxxS/SN power sensors offer USB capability and the
Numerical display.
R&S®NRPxxSN sensors can be additionally controlled via LAN.
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Power meters and power sensors
R&S®NRPxxS/SN
USB and LAN Power Sensors
New
Key facts
❙❙ Maximum dynamic range: –70 dBm to +23 dBm
❙❙ Frequency range: 10 MHz to 50 GHz
❙❙ More than 50 000 readings/s
❙❙ Flexible operation with R&S®NRP2 base unit, laptop/PC
and many Rohde & Schwarz instruments
❙❙ Control and monitoring via LAN and USB
❙❙ Easy LAN operation from a web browser
❙❙ TVAC-compliant LAN sensor up to 33 GHz
Detachable cables for flexible operation
The R&S®NRP-ZKU USB interface cable can be used to
connect a power sensor to a laptop/PC via the USB interface. This is an extremely space-saving and also costefficient solution that does not require a base unit. Two
software tools – R&S®Power Viewer Plus and R&S®NRPV
virtual power meter – are available to simplify sensor operation from a laptop/PC. These tools support all measurement functions implemented in the sensors.
Taking power measurements to the next level
The R&S®NRP power sensors have long been recognized for delivering supreme precision and speed. The
R&S®NRPxxS and R&S®NRPxxSN power sensors take
power measurements to the next level. All R&S®NRPxxS/
SN power sensors offer USB capability and the
R&S®NRPxxSN sensors can be additionally controlled via
LAN. This makes the R&S®NRP power meter portfolio
unique in the industry.
The R&S®NRPxxS/SN three-path diode power sensors are
self-contained, fully characterized instruments. They can
be operated with the R&S®NRP2 base unit, with a laptop/
PC via USB and with many Rohde & Schwarz instruments
(e.g. signal generators, signal and spectrum analyzers, network analyzers). The R&S®NRPxxSN power sensors additionally offer LAN capability, allowing remote control over
large distances.
The R&S®NRPxxS and R&S®NRPxxSN power sensors are
based on an enhanced three-path technology. This substantially reduces the sensors' measurement noise, providing a lower measurement limit of –70 dBm and a dynamic
range of 93 dB. The result is a significant enhancement in
measurement speed and accuracy, especially at low levels.
This applies to continuous wave (CW) signals as well as to
signals of any bandwidth and type of modulation.
The R&S®NRP-ZK6 interface cable is intended for operating
a power sensor on the R&S®NRP2 base unit. It can also be
used for connecting the power sensor to diverse
Rohde & Schwarz signal generators and signal and spectrum analyzers to enhance these instruments with a highperformance power meter.
Each sensor available as LAN model
Each R&S®NRPxxS sensor from the R&S®NRP product
range is available as a LAN model (R&S®NRPxxSN). LAN
models are equipped with an additional LAN interface
without compromising sensor features and performance.
Remote monitoring via LAN over any distance
The R&S®NRPxxSN LAN power sensors are ideal for remote monitoring applications, e.g. for satellite systems or
particle accelerators, where sensors need to be placed at
different points in the system. The LAN interface makes it
easy to overcome large distances between the various test
points and the control center.
Recommended extras
for NRPxxS/SN power sensors
R&S®NRP-ZKU USB interface cable, length: 0.75 m
R&S®NRP-ZKU USB interface cable, length: 1.5 m
R&S®NRP-ZKU USB interface cable, length: 3 m
R&S®NRP-ZKU USB interface cable, length: 5 m
R&S®NRP-ZK6 six-pole interface cable, length: 1.5 m
R&S®NRP-ZK6 six-pole interface cable, length: 3 m
R&S®NRP-ZK6 six-pole interface cable, length: 5 m
R&S®NRP-Z5 sensor hub
R&S®NRP-ZAP1 power over Ethernet (PoE) switch
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Simultaneous, location-independent remote monitoring of multiple
R&S®NRPxxSN power sensors using a web browser
WLAN
LAN
DUT
Internet
WLAN
PoE switch
¸NRPxxSN
Mobile
Internet
DUT
PoE switch
¸NRPxxSN
Specifications in brief
Sensor type,
­connector type
Frequency range Power measurement
range
Impedance matching (SWR)
Rise time, Uncertainty for power measurevideo
ments at +20 °C to +25 °C
bandwidth
absolute (in dB) relative (in dB)
Three-path diode power sensors
R&S®NRP8S/SN
N (m)
R&S®NRP18S/SN
N (m)
10 MHz to 8 GHz
100 pW to 200 mW
(–70 dBm to +23 dBm)
10 MHz to 18 GHz 100 pW to 200 mW
(–70 dBm to +23 dBm)
R&S®NRP33S/SN
3.5 mm (m)
10 MHz to 33 GHz 100 pW to 200 mW
(–70 dBm to +23 dBm)
R&S®NRP33SN-V
3.5 mm (m)
10 MHz to 33 GHz 100 pW to 200 mW
(–70 dBm to +23 dBm)
R&S®NRP40S/SN
2.92 mm (m)
50 MHz to 40 GHz 100 pW to 100 mW
(–70 dBm to +20 dBm)
R&S®NRP50S/SN
2.4 mm (m)
50 MHz to 50 GHz 100 pW to 100 mW
(–70 dBm to +20 dBm)
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.13
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.13
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20
> 8.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.25
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.13
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20
> 8.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.25
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.30
> 26.5 GHz to 33.0 GHz: < 1.35
< 5 µs
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.13
> 100 kHz
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20
> 8.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.25
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.30
> 26.5 GHz to 33.0 GHz: < 1.35
50 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.13
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20
> 8.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.25
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.30
> 26.5 GHz to 33.0 GHz: < 1.35
> 33 GHz to 40.0 GHz: < 1.37
50 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.13
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20
> 8.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.25
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.30
> 26.5 GHz to 33.0 GHz: < 1.35
> 33 GHz to 40.0 GHz: < 1.37
> 40 GHz to 50.0 GHz: < 1.40
0.053 to 0.065
0.022 to 0.050
0.053 to 0.094
0.022 to 0.069
0.053 to 0.134
0.022 to 0.136
0.053 to 0.134
0.022 to 0.136
0.073 to 0.138
0.028 to 0.142
0.073 to 0.183
0.028 to 0.184
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Power meters and power sensors
R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensors
❙❙ Up to 1500 measurements/s (­buffered mode)
❙❙ Low sensitivity to harmonics
R&S®NRP-Z211/-Z221 two-path diode power sensors
❙❙ Excellent price/performance ratio
❙❙ 80 dB dynamic range for CW and modulated signals
❙❙ Two-path diode power sensor with enhanced inter-range
performance
❙❙ Continuous average, burst average, timeslot average,
time gating and trace mode supported (50 kHz video
bandwidth)
❙❙ Automatic burst detection and acquisition
The right sensor for all applications
The R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensors function as independent
measuring instruments and are completely characterized
over frequency, level and ­temperature. The sensors can be
operated either on an R&S®NRP2 base unit or directly on
a laptop/PC. They are also supported by numerous signal
generators, signal analyzers, spectrum analyzers and network analyzers from Rohde & Schwarz.
The R&S®NRP-Z4 passive USB adapter cable is all that is
needed to connect the sensors to a laptop/PC. To measure
power levels below the minimum trigger threshold, an
external trigger signal is required. This signal can be conveniently supplied via the trigger input of the R&S®NRP-Z3
active USB adapter cable or the R&S®NRP-Z5 sensor hub.
The sensor hub allows users to connect up to four sensors
to a laptop/PC without additional adapters and to simultaneously start the measurements using an external trigger
signal.
R&S®NRP-Z22/-Z23/-Z24 three-path diode power
sensors
❙❙ Truly universal power sensors for a vast number of
­applications up to 18 GHz
❙❙ Innovative three-path diode power sensor with enhanced
inter-range performance
❙❙ 90 dB dynamic range for CW und modulated signals
❙❙ Continuous average, burst average, timeslot average,
time gating and trace mode supported (100 kHz video
bandwidth)
❙❙ Automatic burst detection and acquisition
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R&S®NRP‑Z8x wideband power sensors
❙❙ Peak power measurements of radar and mobile
­communications signals up to 44 GHz with up to 30 MHz
RF video bandwidth; sensor rise time < 13 ns
❙❙ Automatic burst detection and acquisition
❙❙ Ultrafast statistical analysis (one-­million point CCDF
­within < 25 ms)
❙❙ Accurate continuous power measurements on
­modulated and unmodulated signals in the range from
–60 dBm to +20 dBm
❙❙ High measurement repeatability due to very low zero drift
of < 150 nW for single-shot events and statistics,
< 2 nW for repetitive measurements
R&S®NRP-Z9x average power sensors
❙❙ Specially designed for EMC applications
❙❙ Measurement of continuous average power
❙❙ 90 dB dynamic range for CW and modulated signals
❙❙ Low sensitivity to harmonics
R&S®NRP-Z27/-Z37 power sensor modules
❙❙ Power sensor with additional RF signal output
❙❙ Developed for use with the R&S®FSMR measuring
­receiver
❙❙ For precise calibration of T&M equipment
❙❙ DC to 18 GHz (R&S®NRP-Z27)
❙❙ DC to 26.5 GHz (R&S®NRP-Z37)
❙❙ Level range from –24 dBm to +26 dBm
R&S®NRP-Z28/-Z98 level control sensors
The sensors are used where high-precision RF power is required as a reference source over a high dynamic range.
❙❙ Integrated one-box solution for classic power splitter/
power sensor combination
❙❙ Special directional power sensor with integrated power
splitter
❙❙ For applications requiring a precisely known level to be
fed in (e.g. calibration of measuring receivers)
❙❙ 10 MHz to 18 GHz (R&S®NRP-Z28)
❙❙ 9 kHz to 6 GHz (R&S®NRP-Z98)
❙❙ Improvement of the absolute level accuracy of signal
generators
Power meters and power sensors
R&S®NRP-Z5x thermal power sensors
❙❙ Suitable for very demanding reference applications
up to 110 GHz
❙❙ Industry-proven DC coupled thermoelectric test cell
❙❙ Highly accurate continuous average power
­measurements
❙❙ Linearity uncertainty < 0.007 dB
Recommended extras for NRP-Zxx power sensors
R&S®NRP-Z2 sensor extension cable
R&S®NRP-Z3 active USB adapter cable
R&S®NRP-Z4 passive USB adapter cable
R&S®NRP-Z5 sensor hub for up to four R&S®NRP‑Zxx power sensors
R&S®NRPZ-K1 option key for R&S®NRPV virtual power meter
PC application
Specifications in brief
Sensor type,
connector
Frequency range Power measurement Impedance matching (SWR)
range, maximum
­input power
Three-path diode power sensors
R&S®NRP-Z22,
N (m)
Rise time, Uncertainty for power measure­video
ments at +20 °C to +25 °C
bandwidth
absolute (in dB)
relative (in dB)
10 MHz to 18 GHz 2 nW to 2 W
(–57 dBm to +33 dBm)
max. 3 W (AVG)/
10 W (PK, 10 µs)
R&S®NRP-Z23,
10 MHz to 18 GHz 20 nW to 15 W
N (m)
(–47 dBm to +42 dBm)
max. 18 W (AVG)/
100 W (PK, 10 µs)
R&S®NRP-Z24,
10 MHz to 18 GHz 60 nW to 30 W
N (m)
(–42 dBm to +45 dBm)
max. 36 W (AVG)/
300 W (PK, 10 µs)
Two-path diode power sensors
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.14
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20
> 8.0 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.25
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.30
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.14
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.25 < 8 µs
> 8.0 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.30 > 50 kHz
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.41
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.14
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.25
> 8.0 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.30
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.41
0.079 to 0.178
0.022 to 0.112
0.078 to 0.199
0.022 to 0.110
0.078 to 0.222
0.022 to 0.110
R&S®NRP-Z211,
N (m)
R&S®NRP-Z221,
N (m)
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz:
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz:
> 8.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz:
0.054 to 0.110
0.022 to 0.112
0.054 to 0.143
0.022 to 0.142
10 MHz to 8 GHz
1.0 nW to 100 mW
(–60 dBm to +20 dBm)
10 MHz to 18 GHz max. 400 mW (AVG)/
2 W (PK, 10 µs)
< 1.13
< 1.20 < 10 µs
< 1.13 > 40 kHz
< 1.20
< 1.25
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Wideband power sensors
R&S®NRP-Z81,
N (m)
R&S®NRP-Z85,
2.92 mm (m)
R&S®NRP-Z86,
2.4 mm (m)
R&S®NRP-Z86,
2.4 mm (m)
Power sensor
50 MHz to 18 GHz
50 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.16
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20
> 8.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.25
50 MHz to 40 GHz
50 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.16
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20
> 8.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.25
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.30
1 nW to 100 mW
> 26.5 GHz to 40.0 GHz: < 1.35
50 MHz to 40 GHz (–60 dBm to +20 dBm) 50 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.16 < 13 ns
max. 200 mW (AVG)/ > 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20 > 30 MHz
1 W (PK, 1 µs)
> 8.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.25
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.30
> 26.5 GHz to 40.0 GHz: < 1.35
50 MHz to 44 GHz
50 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
< 1.16
> 2.4 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.20
> 8.0 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.25
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.30
> 26.5 GHz to 40.0 GHz: < 1.35
> 40.0 GHz to 44.0 GHz: < 1.40
modules
R&S®NRP-Z27,
N (m)
DC to 18 GHz
R&S®NRP-Z37,
3.5 mm (m)
DC to 26.5 GHz
DC to 2.0 GHz:
< 1.15
> 2.0 GHz to 4.2 GHz: < 1.18
> 4.2 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.23
4 µW to 400 mW
> 8.0 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.25
(–24 dBm to +26 dBm) > 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.35 –
max. 500 mW (AVG)/ DC to 2.0 GHz:
< 1.15
30 W (PK, 1 µs)
> 2.0 GHz to 4.2 GHz: < 1.18
> 4.2 GHz to 8.0 GHz: < 1.23
> 8.0 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.25
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.30
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.45
0.130 to 0.150
0.039 to 0.148
0.130 to 0.180
0.039 to 0.165
0.130 to 0.180
0.039 to 0.165
0.130 to 0.190
0.039 to 0.165
0.070 to 0.112
0.032
0.070 to 0.122
0.032
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Specifications in brief
Sensor type,
Frequency range Measurement range, Impedance matching (SWR)
connector
max. ­input power
Average power sensors
R&S®NRP-Z91,
N (m)
9 kHz to 6 GHz
R&S®NRP-Z92,
N (m)
9 kHz to 6 GHz
200 pW to 200 mW
(–67 dBm to +23 dBm)
max. 400 mW (AVG)/
1 W (PK, 10 µs)
2 nW to 2 W
(–57 dBm to +33 dBm)
max. 3 W (AVG)/
10 W (PK, 10 µs)
9 kHz to 2.4 GHz:
> 2.4 GHz to 6.0 GHz:
< 1.13
< 1.20
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
> 2.4 GHz to 6.0 GHz:
10 MHz to 2.4 GHz:
> 2.4 GHz to 4.0 GHz:
> 4.0 GHz to 8.0 GHz:
> 8.0 GHz to 18 GHz:
9 kHz to 2.4 GHz:
> 2.4 GHz to 4.0 GHz:
> 4.0 GHz to 6.0 GHz:
Rise time,
­video BW
Uncertainty for power measurements at +20 °C to +25 °C
absolute (in dB)
relative (in dB)
0.047 to 0.083
0.022 to 0.066
< 1.14
< 1.20
0.079 to 0.151
0.022 to 0.087
< 1.11
< 1.15 < 8 µs
< 1.22 > 50 kHz
< 1.30
< 1.11 –
< 1.15
< 1.22
0.047 to 0.130
0.022 to 0.110
0.047 to 0.083
0.022 to 0.066
0.040 to 0.082
0.010
0.040 to 0.101
0.010
0.040 to 0.108
0.010
0.040 to 0.138
0.010
0.040 to 0.143
0.010
0.040 to 0.248
0.010
0.040 to 0.318
0.014
–
Level control sensors
R&S®NRP-Z28,
N (m)
10 MHz to 18 GHz
R&S®NRP-Z98,
N (m)
9 kHz to 6 GHz
200 pW to 100 mW
(–67 dBm to +20 dBm)
max. 700 mW (AVG)/
4 W (PK, 10 µs)
Thermal power sensors
R&S®NRP-Z51,
N (m)
DC to 18 GHz
R&S®NRP-Z52,
3.5 mm (m)
DC to 33 GHz
R&S®NRP-Z55,
model .03,
2.92 mm (m)
DC to 40 GHz
R&S®NRP-Z55
model .04,
2.92 mm (m)
DC to 44 GHz
R&S®NRP-Z56,
2.4 mm (m)
DC to 50 GHz
R&S®NRP-Z57,
1.85 mm (m)
DC to 67 GHz
R&S®NRP-Z58,
1 mm (m)
DC to 110 GHz
DC to 100 MHz:
< 1.03
> 100 MHz to 2.4 GHz: < 1.06
> 2.4 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.13
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.16
DC to 100 MHz:
< 1.03
> 100 MHz to 2.4 GHz: < 1.06
> 2.4 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.13
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.16
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.22
> 26.5 GHz to 33.0 GHz: < 1.28
DC to 100 MHz:
< 1.03
> 100 MHz to 2.4 GHz: < 1.06
> 2.4 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.13
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.16
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.22
> 26.5 GHz to 40.0 GHz: < 1.28
DC to 100 MHz:
< 1.03
> 100 MHz to 2.4 GHz: < 1.06
> 2.4 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.13
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.16
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.22
> 26.5 GHz to 40.0 GHz: < 1.28
300 nW to 100 mW
> 40.0 GHz to 44.0 GHz: < 1.30
(–35 dBm to +20 dBm)
–
< 1.03
max. 300 mW (AVG)/ DC to 100 MHz:
> 100 MHz to 2.4 GHz: < 1.06
10 W (PK, 1 µs)
> 2.4 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.13
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.16
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.22
> 26.5 GHz to 40.0 GHz: < 1.28
> 40.0 GHz to 50.0 GHz: < 1.30
DC to 100 MHz:
< 1.03
> 100 MHz to 2.4 GHz: < 1.06
> 2.4 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.13
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.16
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.22
> 26.5 GHz to 40.0 GHz: < 1.28
> 40.0 GHz to 50.0 GHz: < 1.30
> 50.0 GHz to 67.0 GHz: < 1.35
DC to 100 MHz:
< 1.05
> 100 MHz to 2.4 GHz: < 1.08
> 2.4 GHz to 12.4 GHz: < 1.18
> 12.4 GHz to 18.0 GHz: < 1.23
> 18.0 GHz to 26.5 GHz: < 1.28
> 26.5 GHz to 40.0 GHz: < 1.38
> 40.0 GHz to 50.0 GHz: < 1.46
> 50.0 GHz to 67.0 GHz: < 1.56
> 67.0 GHz to 80.0 GHz: < 1.60
> 80.0 GHz to 95.0 GHz: < 1.66
> 95.0 GHz to 110.0 GHz:< 1.70
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R&S®NRPV Virtual Power Meter
Power meters and power sensors
Specifications in brief
Measurement modes
Number of power sensors to be
used simultaneously (= number of
channels)
Continuous average
continuous average (numeric),
time gate (numeric), timeslot (bargraph), burst average (numeric),
trace (graphical), statistics
(graphical)
1 to 4
Max. number of m
­ easurements per 4
­measurement window
Measurand
average, peak, random
Timeslot
Easy power measurements via PC application
In combination with the R&S®NRPV virtual power meter
software, the USB capability of the R&S®NRPxxS/SN and
R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensors can be ideally utilized. The
software covers all sensor functions and supports up to
four sensors connected to a laptop/PC. The sensors are
automatically detected when plugged in and added to all
open measurement windows (hot plugging).
❙❙ Support of all sensor dependent measurement modes
❙❙ Supports all NRPxxS/SN power sensors
❙❙ NRP-Zxx operational with a sensor based keycode option
R&S®NRPZ-K1
❙❙ Multiple traces in one measurement window
❙❙ Automatic pulse analysis
❙❙ Flexible marker functionality
R&S®NRP-Z5 Sensor Hub
Max. number of timeslots
16
Nominal width
0 s to 999.999 s
Exclude areas at start and end of
slot
Fences
0 to nominal width
1 (valid for all slots),
length: 0 to nominal width
Time gate
Max. number of gates
4
Gate length
0 s to 999.999 s
Fences
1 per gate, length: 0 to gate length
Trace
Max. number of traces per
­measurement window
Measurand
8 (4 physical plus 4 math)
Math functions
ratio, difference, SWR
average, peak, random
Statistics
Max. number of traces per
­measurement window
Aperture
5 (4 physical plus AWGN reference
trace)
10 ns to 1 s
Distribution function
CCDF (lin), CCDF (log), CDF (lin),
CDF (log), PDF (lin)
Connecting up to four
R&S®NRPxxS/SN and R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensors
The R&S®NRP-Z5 can host up to four R&S®NRPxxS/SN and
R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensors. A professional trigger solution allows simultaneous internal and external triggering of
all connected sensors.
❙❙ Connection of up to four R&S®NRPxxS/SN and
R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensors
❙❙ Internal triggering, individual for each sensor
❙❙ Bidirectional trigger bus for external and synchronous
triggering
❙❙ Trigger master mode (with R&S®NRP-Z8x)
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R&S®NRPC Calibration Kits
In combination with a remotely controllable microwave
generator, an R&S®NRP2 power meter and the free-ofcharge R&S®Recal+ PC software, the calibration kits enable users to calibrate the power sensors of the R&S®NRP
and R&S®FSH families in just a few minutes. Calibration
also includes writing the updated ­calibration values to
the sensor’s data memory. Plug-ins for the R&S®ZVA and
R&S®ZVB vector network analyzers are available for impedance calibration. The calibration uncertainty is determined
individually for each power sensor, taking the relevant influence quantities into account.
Four models are currently available:
❙❙ R&S®NRPC18 for power sensors with N connector
(DC to 18 GHz)
❙❙ R&S®NRPC33 for power sensors with 3.5 mm connector
(DC to 33 (26.5) GHz)
❙❙ R&S®NRPC40 for power sensors with 2.92 mm connector
(DC to 40 GHz)
❙❙ R&S®NRPC50 for power sensors with 2.4 mm connector
(DC to 50 GHz)
Calibration of power sensors
The four modular R&S®NRPC calibration kits are used to
calibrate power sensors of the R&S®NRP and R&S®FSH
families, as well as other makes, to a very high level of
accuracy. Following calibration, the sensors are within
the specified calibration uncertainties and usually remain
below these uncertainties. Each calibration kit includes a
highly accurate power standard that is traceable to primary
power standards of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB, Germany’s national metrology institute) by
means of a calibration certified by the Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle (DAkkS, Germany’s national accreditation
body).
The R&S®NRPCxx-B1 option is used for regular verification
of each R&S®NRPC model. It consists of a thermal power
sensor calibrated to the associated power standard and
aligned such that it displays, for each frequency point, the
same value as the power standard.
Key facts
❙❙ Program-controlled calibration of the power sensors of
the R&S®NRP and R&S®FSH families
❙❙ Short measurement times for high throughput
❙❙ Modular concept for cost-effective, flexible operation
❙❙ DAkkS-certified, PTB-traceable
Calibration of an R&S®NRP-Z55 thermal power sensor.
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Power meters and power sensors
R&S®NRT Power Reflection Meter
Specifications in brief (base unit)
Frequency range
200 kHz to 4 GHz (sensor-dependent)
Power measurement
range
Measurement inputs
0.7 mW to 2 kW (sensor-dependent)
1 to 3 (4), one active
For R&S®NRT-Zxx p
­ ower
one input on front panel, two additional
sensors
­inputs on rear panel (R&S®NRT-B2 option)
For R&S®NAP-Zx power
one input on rear panel (R&S®NRT-B1 option)
sensors
Measurement functions
Power
forward power and power absorbed by load
in W, dBm, dB or % (dB and % referenced to
measured value or reference value)
average power, average burst power, peak
envelope power, peak-to-average ratio
(crest factor), complementary cumulative
­distribution function
SWR, return loss, reflection coefficient,
reverse-to-forward power ratio in %, reverse
power
Power parameters
Power measurement on transmitters, amplifiers,
­industrial RF and microwave generators
❙❙ Simultaneous display of power and reflection
❙❙ Measurement of average power irrespective of
­modulation mode
❙❙ Measurement of peak power, crest factor and average
burst power
❙❙ Compatible with all main digital standards, such as
GSM/EDGE, ­WCDMA, cdmaOne, CDMA2000®, PHS,
NADC, PDC, TETRA, DECT, DAB, DVB-T
❙❙ Intelligent sensors: simply plug in and measure
❙❙ Digital interface between power sensor and base unit
❙❙ Direct connection of power sensor to a PC
Reflection
R&S®NRT-Z44 directional power sensor.
Specifications in brief (directional power sensors)
R&S®NRT-Z14
R&S®NRT-Z43
R&S®NRT-Z44
Frequency range
0.006 W to 120 W (average),
300 W (peak)
25 MHz to 1 GHz
0.0007 W to 30 W (average),
75 W (peak)
400 MHz to 4 GHz
0.003 W to 120 W (average),
300 W (peak)
200 MHz to 4 GHz
SWR (referenced to 50 Ω)
max. 1.06
Insertion loss
max. 0.06 dB
Directivity
min. 30 dB
R&S®NAP-Z6
max. 1.07 (from 0.4 GHz to 3 GHz),
max. 1.12 (from 3 GHz to 4 GHz)
max. 0.06 dB (from 0.4 GHz to 1.5 GHz),
max. 0.09 dB (from 1.5 GHz to 4 GHz)
min. 30 dB (from 0.4 GHz to 3 GHz),
min. 26 dB (from 3 GHz to 4 GHz)
R&S®NAP-Z7
max. 1.07 (from 0.2 GHz to 3 GHz),
max. 1.12 (from 3 GHz to 4 GHz)
max. 0.06 dB (from 0.2 GHz to 1.5 GHz),
max. 0.09 dB (from 1.5 GHz to 4 GHz)
min. 30 dB (from 0.2 GHz to 3 GHz),
min. 26 dB (from 3 GHz to 4 GHz)
R&S®NAP-Z8
Power measurement range
0.3 W to 1.1 kW
0.05 W to 200 W
0.5 W to 2 kW
Frequency range
25 MHz to 1 GHz
0.4 MHz to 80 MHz
0.2 (0.4) MHz to 80 MHz
SWR (referenced to 50 Ω)
max. 1.07
max. 1.03 (max. 1.02 from 1.5 MHz to 30 MHz)
Up to 0.3 GHz
max. 0.05 dB
–
–
Up to 0.5 GHz
max. 0.10 dB
–
–
Entire frequency range
max. 0.15 dB
max. 0.015 dB
max. 0.015 dB
Directivity
min. 25 dB
min. 35 dB (from 1.5 MHz to 30 MHz)
Power measurement range
Insertion loss
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Audio analyzers
Chapter 10
Audio analyzers
Measurement accuracy and dynamic range at the
limits of what is possible combined with unique
measurement capabilities make a Rohde & Schwarz
audio analyzer ideal for research, development and
quality assurance tasks.
Rohde & Schwarz audio analyzers enable users to
perform virtually all measurements required in the
audio world. For analog and digital interfaces, audio
analyzers specially designed for use in production
deliver the high measurement speed, parallel
signal processing in multichannel applications and
stable continuous operation that are vital in this
environment.
Type
Designation
Description
R&S®UPV
R&S®UPP
Audio analyzer
Audio analyzer
Compact instrument for all audio measurements
Audio analyzer for use in the lab and in production
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200
R&S®UPZ
Audio switcher
Multichannel switcher for audio channel inputs and outputs
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R&S®UPV Audio Analyzer
All test signals/measurement functions in a single box
❙❙ Wide variety of analog and digital (optional) test signals
❙❙ Extensive measurement capabilities, on analog and
­digital (optional) interfaces
❙❙ Efficient as well as multichannel FFT analysis with a
­resolution down to the mHz range
❙❙ User-programmable filters can be adapted to the
­measurement task at hand in only a few seconds
❙❙ Everything included; no peripherals required
Compact instrument for all audio measurements
The R&S®UPV enables users to perform virtually all measurements that are necessary in the audio world: frequency response measurement, total harmonic distortion (THD)
displays, spectral displays, analysis of digital interfaces and
much more. The generator is just as versatile. It can be
used to create any conceivable signal from sine-wave and
noise signals up to multisine-wave signals.
❙❙ Suitable for all interfaces: analog, digital and combined
❙❙ Simultaneous display of multiple measurement functions
❙❙ Sampling rate up to 400 kHz
❙❙ User-programmable filters for analyzer and generator
❙❙ Compact all-in-one instrument with integrated PC
❙❙ Slots for optional interfaces
PESQ®, PEAQ® and POLQA® are registered trademarks of
OPTICOM Dipl.-Ing. M. Keyhl GmbH, Germany.
1)
Largest variety of interfaces in a single instrument
❙❙ Analog generator outputs as standard
❙❙ Dual-channel analyzer with analog inputs as standard
❙❙ Expansion up to 16 measurement channels
❙❙ Digital audio interfaces (optional)
❙❙ Digital protocol analysis and generation (optional)
❙❙ Jitter and interface test (optional)
❙❙ Test of audio ICs with I²S interfaces (optional)
❙❙ The universal serial interface allows virtually any audio
circuit to be adapted (optional)
Options for other applications
❙❙ The PESQ® 1) measurement option analyzes speech
­signals in line with psycho-acoustic methods
❙❙ The PEAQ® measurement option analyzes broadband
audio signals in line with psycho-acoustic methods
❙❙ The POLQA® measurement option analyzes broadband
speech quality in line with psycho-acoustic methods
❙❙ Standard-compliant measurements on hearing aids
❙❙ Acoustic measurements on mobile phones
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Specifications in brief
Dual-channel analog analyzer
Frequency range
DC/10 Hz to 21.76 kHz/40 kHz/80 kHz/250 kHz
Voltage range
0.1 µV to 110 V
Measurement functions (base unit and options)
RMS wideband, RMS selective, peak, quasi-peak, S/N, DC, FFT, THD, THD+N, SINAD, Mod Dist,
DFD, DIM, polarity, waveform, f­ requency, phase, group delay, rub & buzz, 1/n octave analysis,
­undersample FFT, PESQ®, PEAQ®, POLQA®
Analog generator
Voltage (balanced, RMS, sine, open circuit)
0.1 mV to 20 V
Output signals (base unit and options)
sine, multisine, sine burst, sine² burst, Mod Dist, DFD, noise, arbitrary ­waveform, ­polarity, FM, AM,
DC, play WAV files, ­stereo sine, DIM, square
Digital analyzer/generator
Digital audio interfaces (optional)
Audio bits
8 bit to 24 bit
Clock rate
30 kHz to 200 kHz
Format
professional and consumer format in line with AES3 and IEC 60958
I2S interface (optional)
Audio bits
8 bit to 32 bit
Clock rate
6.75 kHz to 400 kHz
Universal serial interface (optional)
Data lines
1 to 4
Audio bits
8 bit to 32 bit
Clock rate
0.85 kHz to 400 kHz
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R&S®UPP Audio Analyzer
❙❙ Powerful, multichannel FFT analysis with ­resolution down
to below 1 Hz; overlapping FFT analysis available as
option
❙❙ User-programmable filters that take only seconds to
adapt to the individual measurement task
❙❙ Integrated controller; manual operation requires only an
external monitor, a mouse and a keyboard
Large variety of interfaces in a single ­instrument
❙❙ Analog generator outputs (two-channel)
❙❙ Two, four or eight-channel analyzer with analog inputs
❙❙ Digital audio interfaces for professional studio operation
and for consumer electronics (R&S®UPP-B2 option)
❙❙ I²S interfaces for testing audio ICs (R&S®UPP-B2 option)
❙❙ HDMI™ device testing (R&S®UPP-B4 option)
Audio analyzer for use in the lab and in production
High measurement speed, parallel signal processing in
multichannel applications and high reliability in continuous
operation are vital requirements to be met by audio analyzers that are used in production. If, on top of that, a costefficient instrument is what you need, the solution is the
R&S®UPP audio analyzer.
Depending on the model, two, four or eight channels are
processed in parallel; by cascading multiple instruments,
users can simultaneously trigger up to 48 measurement
channels.
The R&S®UPP audio analyzer is a compact instrument of
low height and comes without front panel control elements or integrated display. In combination with an external monitor, mouse and keyboard, it becomes a full-featured, manually operable measuring instrument. It has an
integrated controller and the required software is already
installed. Users can start taking measurements right away.
When used in test systems, the R&S®UPP can be remotecontrolled via LAN, USB or IEC/IEEE bus. Here too, the integrated controller is advantageous: Since the analyses are
performed on the instrument's computer, the test system's
controller does not have to provide any additional performance. Featuring the same operating philosophy and
remote control commands, the R&S®UPV and R&S®UPP
audio analyzers support convenient teamwork – for example, when R&D and production use both ­Rohde & Schwarz
audio analyzer types.
All test signals and measurement functions in a
­single box
❙❙ Generation of a wide variety of analog and – optionally –
digital test signals
❙❙ Broad scope of measurements on both analog
and – ­optionally – digital interfaces
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R&S®UPP-B2 option providing digital audio interfaces
in line with AES/EBU and S/P DIF as well as I²S
interfaces
This option provides the digital audio interfaces (balanced,
unbalanced and optical) for measurements on digital audio
devices as well as I²S interfaces for measurements on
integrated circuits.
HDMI™ device testing (R&S®UPP-B4 option)
High-definition multimedia interface (HDMI™) is used
to digitally transmit high-definition video signals and up
to eight audio channels in maximum quality via a single
common cable. The R&S®UPP-B4 option provides the
R&S®UPP ­audio analyzer with HDMI 1.4.
Decoding of Dolby®-coded data streams
(R&S®UPP-K41 option)
The HDMI standard also provides for the transmission of
coded audio signals. The R&S®UPP-K41 option allows realtime decoding of compressed audio data streams in line
with the Dolby® Digital and Dolby® Digital Plus methods on
the S/P DIF and HDMI inputs of the R&S®UPP-B4 option.
Extended audio/video measurements
(R&S®UPP-K45 option)
This option extends the functionality of the R&S®UPP-B4
option to include generator signals and measurements
that go beyond purely audio operation: examples are
bit error rate testing, lip sync function and basic video
­parameter analysis.
R&S®UPP-B8 eight-channel generator
This option generates up to eight test signals that can
consist of multiple signal components and differ from
channel to channel. Analog and digital generator signals
(S/P DIF format) are available at two D-Sub female connectors. This option can also be used to generate background
noise in line with ETSI ES 202396-1 for mobile phone
measurements.
Audio analyzers
Dolby® compliance testing
Dolby Laboratories 1) requires that new products utilizing
Dolby® technologies be subjected to comprehensive compliance tests. Licensees may not sell any new product unless and until it has been tested and approved by Dolby®.
Software packages available for the R&S®UPP audio analyzer enable Dolby® licensees to largely automate these
tests.
The software guides the user through the entire test. The
individual test steps are compiled exactly in line with
­ olby® specifications as required for the type of DUT and
D
its inputs and outputs. The software lets Dolby® licensees
run the required tests automatically and provides the necessary documentation to supply to Dolby® to make the test
process easier, quicker and less prone to error. It allows
the entire compliance test to be performed in much less
time.
The required test software for the R&S®UPP audio analyzer
is distributed by Dolby Laboratories directly to its licensees
at no additional cost.
Specifications in brief
Analog analyzer
Frequency range (bandwidth 22/40/80 kHz)
DC/10 Hz to 21.76/40/80 kHz
Voltage range (RMS, sine)
1 µV to 50 V
Measurement functions: RMS wideband, RMS selective, peak, S/N, DC, FFT, THD, THD+N, S
­ INAD, Mod Dist, DFD, polarity, waveform, frequency,
phase, group delay
Analog generator
Voltage (balanced, RMS, sine, open circuit)
0.2 mV to 14 V
Output signals: sine, stereo sine, multisine, sine burst, Mod Dist, DFD, noise, arbitrary waveform, polarity, DC, play WAV files
Digital analyzers/generators
Digital audio interfaces (optional)
Audio bits
8 bit to 24 bit
Clock rate
30 kHz to 200 kHz
Format
professional and consumer format in line with AES3 or IEC 60958
I2S interface (optional)
Audio bits
8 bit to 32 bit
Word clock rate
6.75 kHz to 200 kHz
HDMI™ interface (optional)
1)
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Channels
1 to 8
Audio bits
8 bit to 24 bit
Clock rate
32 kHz to 192 kHz
Dolby® is a registered trademark of Dolby Laboratories.
R&S®UPZ Audio Switcher
Control via any PC is also possible. Up to 16 input switchers plus 16 output switchers can be cascaded, allowing up
to 128 input or output channels to be switched.
Specifications in brief
Nominal switching capacity
(­resistive load)1)
Crosstalk (balanced 600 Ω load) 2)
Multichannel switcher for audio channel inputs
and outputs
As an add-on unit to the Rohde & Schwarz audio analyzers,
the R&S®UPZ audio switcher can be used whenever input or output signals have to be switched over to multiple
channels or DUTs. Users can directly operate the switcher
from the graphical user interface of the R&S®UPV and
R&S®UPP audio analyzers.
33 V, 0.5 A
20 kHz
–140 dB (typ.)
100 kHz
–126 dB (typ.)
Series resistance (per signal pin)
< 0.3 Ω (typ.)
Shunt capacitance
(each signal pin to ground)
< 90 pF (typ.)
For max. relay life: max. 5 W or 0.2 A.
Between any two channels into 600 Ω.
1)
2)
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Chapter 11
Modular instruments
Production testing is performed in various ­industries.
Testing departments want to flexibly configure
­required functions in compact units so that
future requirements can be covered without large
additional investments.
Type
Designation
R&S®TS-PCA3
CompactTSVP test and ­measurement
Open test platform based on CompactPCI and PXI
chassis
PowerTSVP switching ­application chassis Open test platform based on CAN bus
R&S®TS-PWA3
Description
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System controllers
New
R&S®TS-PSC57
System controller
CompactPCI embedded system controller
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R&S®TS-PSCX
Interface panel
Front interface panel for R&S®TS-PSC5 system controller
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R&S®TS-PSC0
System controller
CompactPCI – PCI remote system controller
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R&S®TS-PSC07
System controller
CompactPCI – PCIexpress remote system controller
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Digital multimeter and in-circuit test
R&S®TS-PSAM
Analog source and m
­ easurement module Scanning multimeter and data acquisition unit
205
R&S®TS-PICT
In-circuit test extension
Analog ICT in conjunction with the R
­ &S®TS-PSAM
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Signal routing and switching
R&S®TS-PMB
Switch matrix module
High-density, 90-channel, full matrix relay-multiplexer module
R&S®TS-PSM1
Power switching module
High-power multiplexer and multiple DUT power switching module
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R&S®TS-PSM2
Multiplex and switch ­module
Medium-power multiplexer and switching module
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R&S®TS-PSM3
High-power switching module
Automotive DUT supply and load switching up to 30 A
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R&S®TS-PSM4
Multiplex and switch module
Power multiplexer and DUT power switching module
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R&S®TS-PSM5
High-power switching module
Automotive DUT supply and load switching up to 50 A
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Communications, digital I/O and mixed signal acquisition
R&S®TS-PDFT
Digital functional test ­module
Programmable 32-bit digital pattern I/O and serial communications interfaces
208
R&S®TS-PHDT
High-speed digital test module
208
R&S®TS-PIO3B and
R&S®TS-PTRF
Digital I/O module and signal port and
transmission module
Programmable 32-bit digital high speed I/O and real
time comparison
Digital control and coil driver with power outputs
R&S®TS-PXM1
R&S®TS-PXB2
R&S®TS-PIO2
Switching extension module
Backplane extension module
Analog and digital I/O module
Switching extension module with a total of 32 switches
Fast, comprehensive tests in automobile production
Analog and digital 16-channel stimulus and measurement unit for mixedsignal DUT testing
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209
209
208
Arbitrary waveform generator and signal analyzer
R&S®TS-PFG
Function generator module
Dual-channel arbitrary waveform generator with isolated outputs
210
R&S®TS-PAM
Signal analyzer module
Eight-channel digitizer and waveform a
­ nalyzer
210
R&S®TS-PSU
Power supply and load ­module
Four-quadrant source with integrated m
­ easurement unit
210
R&S®TS-PSU12
Power supply and load module
Four-quadrant source with integrated m
­ easurement unit
210
Power supplies
In-system calibration
R&S®TS-ISC
In-system calibration kit
On-site calibration solution for the R&S®CompactTSVP
211
R&S®TS-PCAL2
Calibration module
On-site calibration module for chassis rear I/O
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R&S®TS-PCA3 CompactTSVP
Test and Measurement Chassis
Modular instruments
For cost-effective peripheral control via CAN bus, the
R&S®TS-PSYS1 CAN controller interface is included as a
rear I/O module.
The R&S®CompactTSVP is offered as a test and measurement platform (R&S®TS-PCA3) and as a switching application platform (R&S®TS-PWA3). Various measurement
modules for industrial use in research, development and
production are available.
Specifications in brief
Modular instrument chassis for CompactPCI and PXI modules
Enclosure
standard 19" rackmount, 4 HU,
suitable for 3 HU CompactPCI
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Peripheral slots
Open test platform based on CompactPCI and PXI
The R&S®CompactTSVP family has been developed for
high-performance ATE applications. The chassis contains
a mechanical frame, digital backplane, analog backplane,
mains switching and filtering, power supply and diagnostic
extensions.
R&S®TS-PWA3 PowerTSVP
Switching A
­ pplication Chassis
Control backplane
Bus systems
❙❙ CompactPCI/PXI, 32 bit, 33 MHz
in line with PICMG 2.0 Rev. 3.0
❙❙ Rear I/O support IEEE 1101.11-1998
❙❙ CAN 2.0b, 1 Mbit
❙❙ PXI trigger bus, 8 signals
The chassis contains a mechanical frame, digital backplane, analog backplane, mains switching and filtering,
power supply and diagnostic extensions. For cost-effective
peripheral control via CAN bus, the R&S®TS-PSYS2 slave
interface is included as a rear I/O module.
Various Rohde & Schwarz switching and measurement
modules controlled by the CAN bus interface can be deployed in this chassis.
Specifications in brief
Open test platform based on CAN bus
The R&S®TS-PWA3 PowerTSVP chassis was created as a
cost-efficient subsystem for switching applications. It can
be used to build systems ranging from dedicated switching instruments to complex switching applications in test
and measurement systems.
Modular instrument chassis for dedicated Rohde & Schwarz
­modules with CAN bus control
Enclosure
standard 19" rackmount, 4 HU,
suitable for 3 HU CompactPCI
Peripheral slots
16
Control backplane
Bus systems
❙❙ CAN 2.0b, 1 Mbit
❙❙ Slots 1 to 16, peripheral slots for
CAN-bus-controlled modules
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Modular instruments
Modules of the R&S®CompactTSVP family: system controllers
R&S®TS-PSC57 System Controller
CompactPCI embedded system controller
❙❙ Test and measurement computing platform for
R&S®CompactTSVP instruments
The CompactPCI system controller board combines the performance of Intel’s Core™2 Duo
2.26 GHz CPU with the high integration of the
GS45 Express chipset. Legacy interfaces can be
accessed on the R&S®CompactTSVP instrument
rear panel via the additional rear I/O module,
which is included.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Packaging:
3 U dual-slot CompactPCI CPU board
❙❙ Processor: Intel® Core™2 Duo 2.26 GHz
❙❙ RAM: 4 Gbyte DDR3 SO-DIMM
❙❙ HDD: 250 Gbyte, enhanced availability type
(around-the-clock access)
❙❙ Computer interfaces
■■ 5 × USB 2.0
■■ 3 × 1 Gbit Ethernet
■■ 1 × PS/2
■■ 1 × RS-232
■■ 1 × DVI-I
❙❙ Operating system: Windows 7 Ultimate
R&S®TS-PSCX Interface Panel
Front interface panel for system controller
TS-PSC5
❙❙ Accessory product to expand the legacy ports
of the R&S®TS-PSC5 industrial embedded
computer
Specifications in brief
■■ Legacy expansion panel for R&S®TS-PSC5
system controller
■■ 4 × USB 2.0
■■ 2 × Ethernet, RJ-45
■■
DVI and VGA monitor
The R&S®CompactTSVP chassis can be equipped
to be deployed as a benchtop instrument.
R&S®TS-PSC0 System Controller
CompactPCI – PCI remote system controller
❙❙ An external PC – can be used as
R&S®CompactTSVP system controller for the
R&S®CompactTSVP chassis (R&S®TS-PCA3)
❙❙ Ideal for solutions where the system design
requires the PCI-bus-based hardware to be
integrated into the system
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Remote interface: StarFabric
❙❙ External host PC: PCI bus
❙❙ Implementation: transparent PCI bridge,
serial PCI to CompactPCI link
❙❙ Interface location: rear panel of
R&S®CompactTSVP chassis, controller slot 1
The transparent, serial S
­ tarFabric interface is
ready to run without any software installation
and has nearly no influence on the system performance compared to the e
­ mbedded controller
solution.
R&S®TS-PSC07 System Controller
New
CompactPCI – PCIexpress remote system
controller
Modern desktop and industrial PCs that are
equipped with PCIexpress extension slots can
also be used as a system controller for the
R&S®CompactTSVP chassis (R&S®TS-PCA3).
The transparent downstream PCIe X1 cable interface is ready to run without software driver
installation and provides sophisticated system
performance.
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Specifications in brief
❙❙ Remote interface: PCIexpress
❙❙ External host PC: PCIexpress bus
❙❙ Implementation: transparent PCIe bridge
❙❙ Interface location: rear panel of
R&S®CompactTSVP chassis, controller slot 1
Modular instruments
Modules of the R&S®CompactTSVP family: digital multimeter and in-circuit test
R&S®TS-PSAM Analog Source and ­Measurement Module
Scanning multimeter and data acquisition
unit
❙❙ Floating measurement of voltage, current
(AC/DC) and resistance in 2 und 4-wire mode
❙❙ Analog in-circuit test with short, contact and
continuity test
❙❙ Test of resistors, diodes, bipolar transistors,
jumpers/switches and discharge of capacitors
❙❙ Measurement synchronization via PXI clock
and trigger
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Voltage ranges
■■ DC: ±10 mV to ±125 V
■■ AC: ±20 mV to ±90 V (RMS)
❙❙ Current ranges
■■ DC: ±1 µA to ±1 A
■■ AC: ±100 µA to ±1 A
❙❙ Resistance ranges: 1 Ω to 10 MΩ
❙❙ Sample rate: 0.01 sample/s to 200 ksample/s
❙❙ DC source: ±5 V, 100 mA, 4-quadrant
❙❙ Discharge unit: max. 125 V DC, 400 mA
❙❙ Bus interface: CompactPCI/PXI
Analog ICT in conjunction with the­
­R&S®TS-PSAM
❙❙ Test of R, L, C, diodes, transistors, parallel R-C
❙❙ For guarded measurements in 3, 4, 6-wire
technology
❙❙ Measurement of inductors, capacitors and
­impedances
Specifications in brief
❙❙ AC source: referenced to GND
❙❙ Voltage: 0.1 V, 0.2 V, 1.0 V
❙❙ Voltage offset: off, pos., neg.
❙❙ Impedance: 1 Ω, 10 Ω, 1 kΩ, 10 kΩ
❙❙ Frequency: DC, 100 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz
❙❙ Measurement unit: referenced to GND
❙❙ Current ranges: 1 µA to 200 mA
❙❙ Sample rate: max. 200 ksample/s
❙❙ Working voltage: max. 60 V DC
❙❙ Bus interface: CompactPCI/PXI
High-density, 90-channel, full matrix
­relay-multiplexer module
The R&S®TS-PMB establishes test channels for
functional and in-circuit tests. It provides all routing of signals between DUT and measurement
modules via the R&S®CompactTSVP analog bus.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Switching: relay, full matrix
❙❙ Configuration: 90 channels to 2 × 4 buses
❙❙ Deployed as
■■ Single matrix: 90 pins to 4 bus lines
■■ Single matrix: 45 pins to 8 bus lines
■■ Dual matrix: 45 pins to 4 bus lines
❙❙ Analog measurement bus access to 8 bus lines
❙❙ Voltage: max. 125 V DC
❙❙ Current: max. 1 A
❙❙ Power: max. 10 W
❙❙ Switch time: 0.5 ms (incl. bouncing)
❙❙ Bus interface: CAN
R&S®TS-PICT In-Circuit Test Extension
R&S®TS-PMB Switch Matrix Module
The general-purpose switch matrix module can
handle input signals up to 125 V and up to 1 A.
It provides self-test capability and fast switching
of signal paths.
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R&S®TS-PSM1 Power Switching Module
High-power multiplexer and multiple DUT
power switching module
❙❙ Power switching module for supplies and loads
❙❙ Can handle voltages up to 70 V with
■■ 8 high-power channels with max. 16 A
■■ 10 power channels with max. 2 A
■■ 4 high-power 4-to-1 multiplexer channels with
max. 16 A
❙❙ Indirect high-current measurements on highpower channels via shunt resistors; routing of
corresponding voltage via analog m
­ easurement
bus
❙❙ Self-test of all relays via analog measurement
bus and R&S®TS-PSAM
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Switching: high and medium-power relays
❙❙ Configuration MP: 10 × SPST front – front/rear
❙❙ Configuration HP
■■ 8 × SPST rear – front, shunt
■■ 2 × SP 4:1 MUX front – front
■■ 2 × SP 4:1 MUX rear – rear
❙❙ Voltage: max. 60 V DC
❙❙ Current MP/HP: max. 2 A/16 A
❙❙ Power MP/HP: max. 150 W/480 W
❙❙ Switch time MP: 5 ms (incl. bouncing)
❙❙ Switch time HP: 10 ms (incl. bouncing)
❙❙ Bus interface: CAN
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Modules of the R&S®CompactTSVP family: signal routing and switching
R&S®TS-PSM2 Multiplex and Switch ­Module
Medium-power multiplexer and switching
module
❙❙ Medium-power switching module for voltages
up to 125 V and 2 A
❙❙ Eight independent groups of 3 SPST/1 SPDT
relay channels or 4-to-1 DPST relay
­multiplexers
❙❙ Relay multiplexers can be cascaded via local
power buses
❙❙ Indirect current measurements on each SPxT
channel via shunt resistors
❙❙ Direct current measurements up to 1 A on
all channels via R&S®CompactTSVP analog
­measurement bus and R&S®TS-PSAM
Specifications in brief
Switching: 8 independent relay groups
❙❙ Configuration
■■ 3 × SPST + SPDT, shunt or
■■ DP 4:1 MUX
❙❙ Voltage: max. 125 V DC
❙❙ Current: max. 2 A
❙❙ Power: max. 60 W
❙❙ Switch time: 5 ms (incl. bouncing)
❙❙ Bus interface: CAN
Automotive DUT supply and load switching
up to 30 A
❙❙ 8 high-power channels for currents up to 30 A
❙❙ 8 medium-power channels for currents up to
2A
❙❙ Switching voltage up to 30 V
❙❙ Integrated current measurement via current
sensors and analog bus coupling
❙❙ Rear I/O access to the power signals for
unique flexibility during system integration
and seamless adaptation to power supplies
and loads within a system paradigm based on
R&S®PowerTSVP
❙❙ Unique comprehensive selftest and
measurement of relay contact resistance
Specifications in brief
❙❙ High-power channels
■■ Switching voltage: max. DC 30 V
■■ Switching current: max. 30 A
■■ Switching power: max. DC 900 W
■■ Operate/release time: < 8 ms (typ.)
❙❙ Medium-power channels
■■ Switching voltage: max. DC 30 V
■■ Switching current: max. 2 A
■■ Switching power: max. DC 60 W
■■ Operate/release time: < 6 ms (typ.)
❙❙ Adaptation to R&S®TS-PRIO3 rear I/O module
■■ All high-power and medium-power channels
Power multiplexer and DUT power
­switching module
❙❙ 12 high-power channels for currents up to 16 A
❙❙ 8 medium-power channels for currents up to
2A
❙❙ Switching voltage up to 30 V
❙❙ Integrated current measurement via shunt
resistors and analog bus coupling
❙❙ Rear I/O access to the power signals for
unique flexibility during system integration
and seamless adaptation to power supplies
and loads within a system paradigm based on
R&S®PowerTSVP
❙❙ Unique comprehensive selftest and
measurement of relay contact resistance
Specifications in brief
❙❙ High-power channels
■■ Switching voltage: max. DC 30 V
■■ Switching current: max. 30 A
■■ Switching power: max. DC 900 W
■■ Operate/release time: < 8 ms (typ.)
❙❙ Medium-power channels
■■ Switching voltage: max. DC 30 V
■■ Switching current: max. 2 A
■■ Switching power: max. DC 60 W
■■ Operate/release time: < 6 ms (typ.)
❙❙ Adaptation to R&S®TS-PRIO2 rear I/O module
■■ All high-power and medium-power channels
Automotive DUT supply and load switching
up to 50 A
❙❙ 4 high-power channels for currents up to 50 A
❙❙ 4 medium-power channels for currents up to
2A
❙❙ Switching voltage up to 24 V
❙❙ Integrated current measurement via current
sensors and analog bus coupling
❙❙ Rear I/O access to the power signals for
unique flexibility during system integration
and seamless adaptation to power supplies
and loads within a system paradigm based on
R&S®PowerTSVP
❙❙ Unique comprehensive selftest and
measurement of relay contact resistance
Specifications in brief
❙❙ High-power channels
■■ Switching voltage: max. DC 24 V
■■ Switching current: max. 50 A
■■ Switching power: max. DC 1120 W
■■ Operate/release time: < 14 ms (typ.)
❙❙ Medium-power channels
■■ Switching voltage: max. DC 30 V
■■ Switching current: max. 2 A
■■ Switching power: max. DC 60 W
■■ Operate/release time: < 6 ms (typ.)
❙❙ Adaptation to R&S®TS-PRIO5 rear I/O module
■■ All high-power and medium-power channels
R&S®TS-PSM3 High-Power Switching Module
R&S®TS-PSM4 Multiplex and Switch Module
R&S®TS-PSM5 High-Power Switching Module
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Modular instruments
Modules of the R&S®CompactTSVP family: rear I/O instrument extensions
Support slide – rear I/O module application
4 HU
Standard cPCI/PXI
module
Front
Rear
130 mm
160 mm
80 mm
External
loads or
supplies
DUT
Rear I/O extensions for switching modules
R&S®TS-PRIOx rear I/O instrument extensions
The R&S®TS-PRIOx modules are a ruggedized implementation of modular
rear I/O switching module extensions to make high current switching an
intrinsic part of the test system.
❙❙ Distribution of a power supply to multiple DUTs
❙❙ Flexible distribution of power supplies to DUTs including sense lines via
medium-power relays
❙❙ Connection of test loads, original loads or simulated and electronic
actuators in automotive test scenarios
❙❙ Multiplexing of power supplies and electronic loads
Switching module
R&S®TS-PIO3B, R&S®TS-PTR
R&S®TS-PMB, R&S®TS-PSM2
R&S®TS-PSM3
R&S®TS-PSM4
R&S®TS-PSM5
Suitable rear I/O
R&S®TS-PRIO4
R&S®TS-PRIO
R&S®TS-PRIO3
R&S®TS-PRIO2
R&S®TS-PRIO5
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Feedthrough from rear panel to switching module
❙❙ All switching lines typically supported
❙❙ In conjunction with power switch modules, both force and sense lines
are supported
❙❙ High-power rear I/O provides mounting brackets for ground terminals
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Modules of the R&S®CompactTSVP family: communications, digital I/O and mixed signal acquisition
R&S®TS-PDFT Digital Functional Test ­Module
Programmable 32-bit digital pattern I/O and
serial communications interfaces
❙❙ 32 digital output channels with pattern
­acquisition rate up to 20 MHz
❙❙ One programmable output level per group
❙❙ High output current and short-circuit ­protection
❙❙ Four high-power open drain channels,
fully ­protected and capable of pulse width
­modulation
❙❙ Five SPST relay channels
❙❙ 32 digital input channels with two
­programmable input threshold levels per group
for hysteresis or level monitoring
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Output channels: 32, in 4 groups
❙❙ Voltage/group: –3 V to +10 V, tristate
❙❙ Current/channel: 80 mA
❙❙ Sample rate: 0.01 sample/s to 20 Msample/s
❙❙ Input channels: 32, in 4 groups
❙❙ Threshold/group: 0 V to 9.5 V
❙❙ Data buffer: 128/64/32 kbyte at 8/16/32 bit
❙❙ DUT interfaces: CAN, K-line, RS-232, SPI, I2C
❙❙ Bus interface: CompactPCI/PXI
R&S®TS-PHDT High-Speed Digital Test Module
Programmable 32-bit digital high speed I/O
and realtime comparison
❙❙ High pattern rate up to 40 MHz
❙❙ HIGH and LOW programmable, two thresholds
❙❙ Large memory capacity of 1.5 Gbyte
❙❙ Independent pattern sets, selectively
executable and reusable without new
download
❙❙ Tristate at full speed, RTZ clock formatting
❙❙ Forbidden-zone detection
❙❙ Realtime comparison and results: pass/fail,
failed channels, failed pattern
❙❙ Timing resolution down to 12.5 ns
❙❙ Triggering/synchronization with analog PXI
measurement modules
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Output channels: 32, in 4 groups
❙❙ Voltage/group: –3 V to +10 V, tristate
❙❙ Tristate control: bitwise
❙❙ Current/channel: 80 mA
❙❙ Sample rate: 0.01 sample/s to 40 Msample/s
❙❙ Input channels: 32, in 4 groups
❙❙ Threshold/group: 0 V to 9.5 V
❙❙ Data buffer: 3 × 64 Msample × 64 bit
❙❙ Bus interface: CompactPCI/PXI
R&S®TS-PIO3B Digital I/O Module and R&S®TS-PTRF Signal Port and Transmission Module
Digital control and coil driver with power
outputs
The R&S®TS-PIO3B is a versatile digital I/O module with 64 channels. It offers eight ports with
eight digital I/O lines each that have MOSFET
output drivers. The circuitry is designed to drive
RF relays with all common control voltages. The
high current-carrying capacity makes the module
a universal coil driver. An SPI interface offers the
capability to control external SPI modules.
The transmission to front module R&S®TS-PTRF
is designed to either route the digital signals to
the front connector or distribute digital ports to
control auxiliary modules, e.g. R
­ &S®TS-PXM1.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Digital I/O channels: 64, in 8 groups
❙❙ Voltage: 0 V to 35 V
❙❙ Current output: max. 200 mA per bit,
1 A per port
❙❙ Analog inputs: 8
❙❙ Level range : 0 V to 5 V
❙❙ Resolution: 10 bit
❙❙ Accuracy: ±(100 mV + 5 %)
❙❙ SPI interface: SPI SCLK
MOSI 5 V TTL output with 300 Ω series
MISO 5 V TTL input
❙❙ Bus interface: CAN
R&S®TS-PXM1 Switching Extension Module
General-purpose switching extension of the
R&S®TS-PIO3B digital I/O module
❙❙ Breakout and routing of internal signals from
adjacent PXI modules, e.g. boundary scan lines
❙❙ Discrete wiring of DUTs with auxiliary voltages
in the functional test
❙❙ Connection of load resistances to DUT outputs
❙❙ Simple control via one R&S®TS-PIO3B control
port each for up to eight R&S®TS-PXM1
switching extension modules
❙❙ Can be used on slots A1 to A4, which in
the past were ordinarily not used for DUT
connections and in front of controller slots 1
and 2; if needed, PXI slots can be kept free for
additional measurement modules
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Specifications in brief
❙❙ Relay organization: 8 × 4PDT
❙❙ Switching voltage: 30 V DC (max.)
❙❙ Switching current: 2 A (max.)
❙❙ Switching power: 60 W (max.)
❙❙ Relay control: 8-bit, low active
Modular instruments
Modules of the R&S®CompactTSVP family: communications, digital I/O and mixed signal acquisition
R&S®TS-PXB2 Backplane Extension Module
R&S®TS-PXB2
Flexible expansion of the
R&S®CompactTSVP and R&S®PowerTSVP
with two additional CAN bus slots
The R&S®TS-PXB2 is a backplane extension
module for slots A1 and A2.
As a result, PXI slots can be kept free to preferably equip them with measurement modules.
The cabling kit for the backplane option likewise
includes a breakout of the system CAN bus on
the rear I/O slot 4 for controlling remote modules
directly in the test fixture.
Furthermore, the R&S®TS-PXB2 option makes it
possible to route 24 signals to the instrument's
backplane, e.g. to the R&S®TS-PIO3B option´s
digital I/O ports 5, 6 and 7.
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Expansion by two CAN bus slots at slots A1,
A2 without linkup to the analog bus
❙❙ Breakout of the CAN bus to the rear panel
❙❙ Breakout of each of the 24 digital I/O channels
of slots A1 and A2 on the rear panel
❙❙ Use in the R&S®CompactTSVP and
R&S®PowerTSVP
❙❙ Bus interface: CAN
Analog and digital 16-channel stimulus and
measurement unit for mixed-signal DUT
­testing
❙❙ Analog and digital signal acquisition with high
measurement resolution of 24 bit for level
­ranges up to ±27 V
❙❙ Sampling rate of up to 5 ksample/s for inputs
and outputs
❙❙ Autocorrection feature for all input and output
channels
❙❙ Analog and digital stimulus outputs, offering
static and dynamic signal outputs
❙❙ 16-bit resolution, high output level up to ±27 V
❙❙ Versatile signal switching and
DUT ­interconnection
❙❙ Stimulus and acquisition channels providing
floating operation
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Output channels: 16, in 4 groups, floating
high/low voltage: ±27 V/±27 V (L per group)
❙❙ Current/channel: 12 × 15 mA, 4 × 100 mA
❙❙ Modes: analog, digital, frequency
❙❙ Input channels: 16, in 4 groups, floating
❙❙ High/low threshold: ±27 V/±27 V
(both per group)
❙❙ Data buffer: 4 × 5 ksample (Aout/Dout/Ain/Din)
❙❙ Sample rate: 0.01 sample/s to 5 ksample/s
❙❙ Bus interface: CAN
R&S®TS-PIO2 Analog and Digital I/O Module
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Modules of the R&S®CompactTSVP family: arbitrary waveform generator and signal analyzer
R&S®TS-PFG Function Generator Module
Dual-channel arbitrary waveform generator
with isolated outputs
❙❙ Arbitrary waveform generator module featuring
two floating signal outputs with i­ndependent
channel isolation
❙❙ High output level range up to 40 V (Vpp)
❙❙ High sampling rate of 25 Msample/s per
­channel
❙❙ Output of standard waveforms up to 1 MHz
sine, square, triangle, arbitrary waveform
❙❙ Sequencing of multiple memory sections and
multiple repetitions
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Channels: 2, fully independent, floating,
­cascadable
❙❙ Voltage ranges: ±1 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, ±20 V
❙❙ Voltage resolution: 16 bit
❙❙ Output current: max. 250 mA
❙❙ Data buffer: 1 Msample per channel
❙❙ Sample rate: 0.01 sample/s to 25 Msample/s
❙❙ Standard waveforms: sine wave, triangle,
square wave (1 Hz to 1 MHz), DC static
❙❙ Pulse: min. 500 ns (1 % to 99 %)
❙❙ Output ranges: ±1 V to ±20 V, max. 40 V (Vpp)
❙❙ Output current: max. ±250 mA
❙❙ Bus interface: CompactPCI/PXI
Eight-channel digitizer and waveform
­analyzer
❙❙ Digitizer module featuring two fully
­independent, floating acquisition units
❙❙ Acquisition modes with up to eight single-­
ended or four differential channels
❙❙ High sampling rate of 20 Msample/s for each
acquisition unit
❙❙ Multichannel signal recording for up to eight
channels at 5 Msample/s
❙❙ Synchronous acquisition of eight programmable comparator signals and PXI trigger
❙❙ Wide dynamic range with 14-bit resolution
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Acquisition units: 2, fully independent and
­floating
❙❙ Data buffer: 1 Msample per acquisition unit
❙❙ Channels per unit: 4
❙❙ Voltage ranges: ±0.2 V to 100 V (per channel)
❙❙ Resolution: 14 bit
❙❙ Sample rate: 0.02 sample/s to 20 Msample/s
❙❙ Relay multiplexer: 3:1 per channel
❙❙ Bus interface: CompactPCI/PXI
R&S®TS-PAM Signal Analyzer Module
Modules of the R&S®CompactTSVP family: power supplies
R&S®TS-PSU Power Supply and Load ­Module
Four-quadrant source with integrated
­measurement unit
❙❙ Two independent, floating channels of fourquadrant sources with separate sensing per
channel
❙❙ Programmable current and voltage limiting
❙❙ Integrated voltage and current measurement
unit per channel
❙❙ Electronic load simulation of 20 W per channel
❙❙ Output and recording of voltage and current
profiles
❙❙ Protection against overvoltage, overcurrent,
overtemperature and short circuits
❙❙ 4-to-1 relay multiplexer for force and sense
lines of each channel
Specifications in brief
❙❙ Output channels: 2, floating, fully independent,
4 quadrants, cascadable
❙❙ Voltage ranges: ±15 V, ±50 V (16 bit)
❙❙ Current ranges: 10 mA, 100 mA, 3 A (16 bit)
❙❙ Data buffer: 2 × 10 ksample (Vout/Iout)
❙❙ Measurement unit: voltage or current
❙❙ Data buffer: 10 ksample
❙❙ Sample rate: 0.01 sample/s to 10 ksample/s
❙❙ Bus interface: CAN
R&S®TS-PSU12 Power Supply and Load Module
Four-quadrant source with integrated
­measurement unit
❙❙ Two independent, floating channels of fourquadrant sources with separate sensing per
channel
❙❙ Programmable current and voltage limiting
❙❙ Same feature set as the R&S®TS-PSU but with
R&S®TS-PDC internal ­primary power supply
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Specifications in brief
❙❙ Output channels: 2, floating, fully independent,
4 quadrants, cascadable
❙❙ Voltage ranges: ±12 V (16 bit)
❙❙ Current ranges: 10/100/500 mA (16 bit)
❙❙ Data buffer: 2 × 10 ksample (Vout/Iout)
❙❙ Measurement unit: voltage or current
❙❙ Data buffer: 10 ksample
❙❙ Sample rate: 0.01 sample/s to 10 ksample/s
❙❙ Bus interface: CAN
Modular instruments
Modules of the R&S®CompactTSVP family: in-system calibration
R&S®TS-ISC In-System Calibration Kit
On-site calibration solution for the
R&S®CompactTSVP
The R&S®TS-ISC in-system calibration kit contains the fundamental tools for c
­ alibrating
all modular instruments available for the
R&S®CompactTSVP product family.
Specifications in brief
The R&S®TS-ISC in-system calibration kit
­consists of the following components:
❙❙ R&S®TS-PCAL2 calibration module
❙❙ Calibration adapters
■■ R&S®TS-PCALA
■■ R&S®TS-PCALB
■■ R&S®TS-PCALC
The most important benefit for systems deployed
on the factory floor is that all modules that must ❙❙ R&S®TS-PKL cable for connecting the adapters
to the external multimeter
be calibrated may remain in the instrument chassis slots. Additionally, a dedicated type of highly
accurate multimeter is required to achieve a corresponding measuring accuracy during calibration.
R&S®TS-PCAL2 Calibration Module
On-site calibration module for chassis
rear I/O
The R&S®TS-PCAL2 calibration module is used
to provide traceable calibration signals. It can be
integrated into multiple chassis on the factory
floor to prepare each R&S®CompactTSVP instrument for on-site calibration without changing the
module configuration.
Specifications in brief
The R&S®TS-PCAL2 provides the following
­functionalities:
❙❙ Floating 5 V reference source
❙❙ Three reference resistors for resistance
­measurements
❙❙ Ground-referenced current source, adjustable
up to 1 A current measurements
❙❙ Floating signal generator for dynamic
An on-board relay multiplexer connects the
­measurements of
■■ DC: –40 V to +40 V
components to the analog bus lines on an
­R&S®TS-PMB module which has to be installed in ■■ AC, sinusoidal:
2 V to 80 V (V pp) in frequency range from
front of the R&S®TS-PCAL2 module.
20 Hz to 50 kHz
0.2 V to 2 V (V pp) in frequency range from
50 kHz to 1 MHz
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Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
Chapter 12
Broadcasting and
multimedia test
and measurement
solutions
Rohde & Schwarz supplies producers of consumer
electronics with all the T&M equipment needed to
develop and produce satellite receivers, TVs and
other consumer electronics equipment, including
high-resolution formats such as UltraHD.
For broadcasters as well as cable network operators,
we offer high-performance instruments for digital
and analog baseband generation, modulation,
demodulation and analysis, including baseband
analysis. Our multistandard platforms cover the
wide variety of broadcast and video technologies,
providing great flexibility at all stages of the value
chain.
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Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
Type
Designation
RF signal generation
R&S®BTC
Broadcast test center
New R&S®AVBrun
Description
Page
Reference signal generator with audio/video analysis functions
214
Test suite software
Pre-conformance testing in line with D-Book, NorDig and E-Book
215
R&S®SFE
Broadcast tester
Compact signal generator for digital and analog TV and audio broadcasting
­standards
216
R&S®SFE100
Test transmitter
Powerful broadcast s­ ignal generator for p
­ roduction test systems
217
R&S®SFC
Compact modulator
Test signals for TV and audio broadcasting – compact and cost-effective
218
R&S®SFC-U
USB compact modulator
Test signals for TV and audio broadcasting – compact and cost-effective
219
R&S®CLGD
DOCSIS cable load generator
Multichannel signal generator for DOCSIS 3.1 downstream and upstream
220
R&S®CLG
Cable load generator
Simulation of analog and digital cable TV networks with full channel loading
221
R&S®SLG
Satellite load generator
Multichannel digital satellite TV modulator
222
223
RF signal analysis
R&S®ETL
TV analyzer
R&S®ETH
Handheld TV analyzer
Universal multistandard platform for the analysis of TV, DAB, mobile TV and
FM ­radio s­ ignals
Portable digital TV signal analysis up to 3.6 GHz/8 GHz
R&S®ETC
Compact TV analyzer
Economical TV transmitter testing
225
R&S®EFL110/
R&S®EFL120
Cable TV analyzer and leakage
detector
Detecting interference in cable TV and LTE networks
226
R&S®EFL240/
R&S®EFL340
Portable TV test receiver
Professional installation of cable and satellite TV systems and antennas
227
R&S®DVMS
Digital TV monitoring system family
Ensuring high quality of digital TV network operation
228
R&S®BCDRIVE
Broadcast drive test software
Efficient coverage analysis for terrestrial broadcast signals
231
A/V interface testing of consumer electronics devices
232
Audio/video generation
Video test center
R&S®VTC
Video tester
R&S®VTE
Compact video tester
R&S®VTS
R&S®DVSG
Digital video signal generator
224
Development and quality assurance of 2D/3D TV displays
233
Streaming of MPEG transport streams over IP
234
R&S®Stream Libraries
Test signal libraries for development, production and testing of TV components
235
Audio/video analysis
R&S®DVMS
Digital TV monitoring system family
Ensuring high quality of digital TV network operation
228
A/V interface testing of consumer electronics devices
232
R&S®TSStream
R&S®VTC
R&S®VTE
R&S®VTS
Multi-TS streaming software
Video test center
Video tester
Compact video tester
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R&S®BTC Broadcast Test Center
standards, simulates transmission channels and simultaneously carries out audio and video tests on DUTs. All this is
made possible by using diverse interface, generator and
analysis modules.
Due to its extremely fine scalability, the R&S®BTC can be
tailored to meet different customer and test requirements
while simultaneously optimizing costs. This eliminates the
need for expensive and time-consuming test setups with
many separate T&M instruments.
Reference signal generator with audio/video
analysis functions
The R&S®BTC broadcast test center is a reference signal
generator featuring analysis functions and automated tests
for audio, video and multimedia applications. It is a unique
combination of outstanding technical features and a modular, flexible design to meet the highest demands.
The multistandard R&S®BTC offers a complete DUT environment in a single instrument. As a high-end signal generator, it generates RF signals for all global broadcasting
Integrated and automated test sequence control as well as
test suites ensure that test results are reproducible while
reducing test times.
❙❙ Signal generation and DUT analysis
❙❙ Modular design
❙❙ Automated test sequences in line with recognized
test specifications
❙❙ Realtime video/audio transport stream generation
❙❙ Realtime signal generation for all global
broadcasting standards
Specifications in brief
RF signal
Frequency range
R&S®BTC-B3103/R&S®BTC-B3203
100 kHz to 3300 MHz
R&S®BTC-B3106/R&S®BTC-B3206
100 kHz to 6000 MHz
Frequency resolution
0.001 Hz
Level
R&S®BTC base unit
–120 dBm to +18 dBm (PEP)
Level accuracy
auto mode: 100 kHz ≤ f ≤ 6 GHz
< 0.5 dB
Internal I/Q bandwidth
Broadband noise
160 MHz
at 1 Hz and > 10 MHz offset
< –157 dBc (typ.)
Modulation systems
Cable TV
DVB-T2, DVB-T2 Lite, DVB-T, DVB-H, DTMB, CMMB, T-DMB, ISDB-T, ISDB-Tmm, ISDB-TB,
ISDB-T 1 seg., ATSC/8VSB, ATSC-M/H
DVB-C2, DVB-C (J.83/A), ISDB-C (J.83/C), J.83/B (US cable)
Satellite TV
DVB-S2X, DVB-S2, DVB-S, DSNG, DirecTV
Analog TV
B/G, D/K, I/I1, M/N, L/L’
Terrestrial TV and mobile TV
Digital audio broadcasting
DAB, DAB+, ISDB-TSB
Analog audio broadcasting
AM, FM mono, FM stereo with RDS
Additional functions
Multimedia generator, T2-MI Gateway
Audio/video generator
elementary stream generator, transport stream player, transport stream analyzer, transport stream
multiplexer, error injection, table editor and table masking, T2-MI realtime gateway (optional)
file format
Rohde & Schwarz proprietary
AWGN noise generator
signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)
–30 dB to +60 dB
Noise generator extension
operating modes
Fading simulator
up to max. 4 fading simulators,
with 2x2 and 4x4 MIMO profiles
and 1x2, 1x3, 1x4 MRC testing
❙❙ impulsive noise
❙❙ phase noise
❙❙ noise with bandwidth limitation
40 paths per fading simulator
BER measurement
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Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
R&S®AVBrun Test Suite Software New
Pre-conformance testing in line with D-Book,
NorDig and E-Book
Set-top boxes and multimedia devices that use audio,
video and wireless protocols require a reliable, high-performance, efficient automated test system. The R&S®AVBrun
test suite software allows users to organize, manage and
execute test sequences for product validation and production testing.
R&S®AVBrun test suite software supports composite,
component and HDMI™ input signals and offers a comprehensive solution for video and audio quality analysis.
The entire test suite software runs on a single box, the
R&S®BTC and reduces the complexity of test setups and
handling procedures. The minimum hardware translates to
minimum service and maintenance. R&S®AVBrun reduces
testing and development time, effectively lowers investment and maintenance costs and increases manpower
efficiency.
The R&S®AVBrun test suite software is based on the digital
terrestrial television (DTT) precompliance testing requirements for interoperable TV as specified in D-Book, European E-Book 1) and NorDig Unified Test Plan for Integrated
Receiver Decoders 1).
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R&S®AVBrun features an easy-to-use user interface and
covers testing configurations such as loss compensation,
multiple interfering signals and smart learning for controlling the DUT using infrared remote control.
Users simply click the run button to execute the test sequences. The performance of the DUT is then compared
against the threshold limits defined in each standard specification and a report log of the test results is generated.
The flexible R&S®AVBrun test suite software also allows
users to customize their test methods and to define their
own threshold limits for evaluating picture degradation
and BER measurements.
For further data processing, users can save and export the
test results as a report in different common file formats,
such as CSV, PDF or TXT. The report summarizes all test
cases and includes test parameters and status as measured against the specified limits.
❙❙ Upgradeable to other TV and radio broadcast standards
❙❙ Customizable test methods and parameters
❙❙ User-friendly drag and drop test execution with path
compensation
❙❙ Perceptual evaluation of video quality using the R&S®VTC
❙❙ Ensured reproducibility and consistency in test results
In preparation.
The R&S®BTC with R&S®AVBrun test suite software offers users an automated test environment
RF
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Load test case
configuration file
to R&S®BTC
DUT
Video signal
CCVS/HDMI
PC only required for setup of
test case configuration file
Via LAN
USB
Send
commands
via infrared
Infrared remote
control
Can be connected to R&S®BTC
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R&S®SFE Broadcast Tester
Compact signal generator for digital and analog
TV and audio broadcasting standards
The R&S®SFE is a multistandard signal generator that supports all common TV standards and a number of audio
broadcasting standards. Whether analog or digital terrestrial TV, cable, satellite or mobile TV, or sound broadcasting – the R&S®SFE modulates all these signals in realtime.
For this purpose, it combines a high-quality RF modulator,
a universal realtime coder and diverse baseband signal
sources in a single unit.
❙❙ Versatile multistandard signal generator with realtime
coding
❙❙ High-precision signal generation over wide frequency
and level range
❙❙ Integrated transport stream generator and A/V generator
❙❙ Flexible signal generation with ARB waveform generator
❙❙ Simulation of multipath propagation and single-­frequency
networks
❙❙ Receiver tests with noise source and BER tester
❙❙ Compact design and convenient graphical user interface
Specifications in brief
RF signal
Frequency range
100 kHz to 2.7 GHz
Frequency resolution
1 Hz
Level
–110 dBm to +15 dBm
Level accuracy
< 1.0 dB
Spectral purity
SSB phase noise
at 300 MHz and 20 kHz carrier offset
< –115 dBc (1 Hz)
Broadband noise
> 10 MHz
< –135 dBc (1 Hz)
Digital realtime modulation systems
Terrestrial TV
DVB-T2, DVB-T, DTMB, ISDB-T, ISDB-TB, ATSC/8VSB
Cable TV
DVB-C2, DVB-C, J.83/B, ISDB-C
Satellite TV
DVB-S, DVB-S2, DIRECTV
Mobile TV
DVB-H, T-DMB, ISDB-T 1 seg., CMMB, ATSC-M/H
Digital audio broadcasting
DAB, DAB+, ISDB-TSB
Analog realtime modulation systems
Analog TV
B/G, D/K, I, M/N, L
Analog audio broadcasting
AM, FM mono, FM stereo with RDS
ARB-based modulation systems
Digital audio broadcasting
HD Radio™, DRM, DRM+ 1)
Digital TV
DVB-T2, CMMB
Baseband signal sources
Transport stream generator
file format
GTS, Rohde & Schwarz proprietary
data rate (including null packets)
100 kbit/s to 214 Mbit/s
file format
TRP, T10, ETI, MFS, PMS, BIN
data rate
100 kbit/s to 90 Mbit/s
memory
256 Msample
sample rate
up to 100 Msample/s
AWGN generator
signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)
–30 dB to +60 dB
Fading simulator
number of paths
12
fading profiles
static, constant phase, pure Doppler, Rayleigh, Rice
PRBS measurement
clock, data, enable inputs
MPEG-2 transport stream measurement
ASI input
Transport stream player
ARB waveform generator
Simulation and analysis functions
BER measurement
In preparation.
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R&S®SFE100 Test Transmitter
Powerful broadcast ­signal generator for
­production test systems
The R&S®SFE100 is a multistandard test transmitter providing realtime coding for broadcast ­signals. It supports
all common digital and analog TV standards and a number
of audio broadcasting standards. Its flexible customization
options make the R&S®SFE100 suitable for a wide variety
of applications – from production and quality ­assurance
to simple development applications. The R&S®SFE100 is
available with or without front panel controls.
❙❙ Versatile multistandard test transmitter with ­realtime
coding
❙❙ High-precision signal generation over wide f­ requency
and level range
❙❙ Integrated power amplifier for high output levels
(optional)
❙❙ Integrated baseband signal sources
❙❙ User-friendly control elements and convenient ­remote
operation
❙❙ Economical models without display and keys
❙❙ Optimized for use in production test systems
❙❙ Low power consumption
Specifications in brief
RF signal
Frequency range
without power amplifier
100 kHz to 2.7 GHz
with power amplifier
47 MHz to 862 MHz
Frequency resolution
Level
1 Hz
without power amplifier
–110 dBm to +15 dBm
with power amplifier
+27 dBm, adjustable from 0 dB to 30 dB
SSB phase noise
at 300 MHz and 20 kHz carrier offset
< –115 dBc (1 Hz)
Broadband noise
> 10 MHz
< –135 dBc (1 Hz)
Spectral purity
Digital realtime modulation systems
Cable TV
DVB-T2, DVB-T, DTMB, ISDB-T, ISDB-TB,
ATSC/8VSB
DVB-C2, DVB-C, J.83/B, ISDB-C
Satellite TV
DVB-S, DVB-S2, DIRECTV
Mobile TV
DVB-H, T-DMB, ISDB-T 1 seg., CMMB,
ATSC-M/H
DAB, DAB+, ISDB-TSB
Terrestrial TV
Digital audio broadcasting
Analog realtime modulation systems
Analog TV
B/G, D/K, I, M/N, L
Analog audio broadcasting
AM, FM mono, FM stereo with RDS
ARB-based modulation systems
Digital audio broadcasting
HD Radio™, DRM, DRM+ 1)
Digital TV
DVB-T2, CMMB
Baseband signal sources
Transport stream generator
Transport stream player
ARB waveform generator
file format
GTS, Rohde & Schwarz proprietary
data rate (including null packets)
100 kbit/s to 214 Mbit/s
file format
TRP, T10, ETI, MFS, PMS, BIN
data rate
100 kbit/s to 90 Mbit/s
memory
256 Msample
sample rate
up to 100 Msample/s
Noise generator
AWGN, signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)
–30 dB to +60 dB
In preparation.
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R&S®SFC Compact Modulator
signal generator with integrated transport stream player,
audio/video generator and optional noise source.
Test signals for TV and audio broadcasting –
­compact and cost-effective
The R&S®SFC compact modulator is an economical
­multistandard signal source. It supports realtime coding
for all conventional digital and analog TV and audio broadcasting standards. The R&S®SFC is equipped with a built-in
computer, making it ideal for standalone operation.
The R&S®SFC has an extremely compact design. Though
small in size, it is a full-featured TV and audio broadcasting
The R&S®SFC compact modulator is particularly wellsuited for rack installation in production test systems. It is
controlled using remote desktop via LAN or remotely with
SCPI commands. The instrument can also be operated
directly with a mouse, keyboard and monitor – with the
same tried and tested graphical user interface (GUI) as the
R&S®SFU and R&S®SFE.
❙❙ Optimized for use in production test systems
❙❙ Low power consumption for reduced operating costs
❙❙ Multistandard signal generator with realtime coding
❙❙ Integrated baseband signal sources
❙❙ Integrated AWGN generator
❙❙ ASI transport stream input
❙❙ Digital I/Q input
Specifications in brief
RF characteristics
Frequency range
base unit
30 MHz to 900 MHz
with R&S®SFC-K83 option
30 MHz to 3000 MHz
Frequency setting resolution
Level setting range
1 Hz
base unit
–31.5 dBm to 0 dBm (RMS) for DVB-T
with R&S®SFC-K84 option
–110 dBm to 0 dBm (RMS) for DVB-T
Modulation systems
Terrestrial TV and mobile TV
Cable TV
DVB-T2, DVB-T, DVB-H, DTMB, CMMB, T-DMB,
ISDB-T, ISDB-TB, ISDB-T 1 seg.,
ATSC/8VSB, ATSC-M/H
DVB-C2, DVB-C, ISDB-C, J.83/B
Satellite TV
DVB-S2, DVB-S, DIRECTV
Analog TV
B/G, D/K, I, M/N, L
Digital audio broadcasting
DAB, DAB+, ISDB-TSB
Analog audio broadcasting
FM mono, FM stereo with RDS
Additional functionality
Transport stream player
file format
TRP, T10, ETI, MFS, PMS, BIN
Audio/video generator
file format
Rohde & Schwarz proprietary
AWGN
signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)
–30 dB to +60 dB
General data
Operating temperature range
Dimensions
+5 °C to +45 °C
W × H × D, without handles
Weight
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229 mm × 54.4 mm × 406 mm
(9.02 in × 2.14 in × 16 in)
4 kg (8.82 lb)
Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
R&S®SFC-U USB Compact Modulator
Test signals for TV and audio broadcasting –
compact and cost-effective
The R&S®SFC-U USB compact modulator is an economical multistandard signal source. It supports realtime coding for all conventional digital and analog TV and audio
broadcasting standards. The R&S®SFC-U is a USB device
designed for use with a PC.
The R&S®SFC-U has an extremely compact design.
Though small in size, it is a full-featured TV and audio
broadcasting signal generator with integrated transport
stream player, audio/video generator and optional noise
source.
The R&S®SFC-U USB compact modulator offers the same
signal generator functions as the R&S®SFC in an even
smaller housing, making room on the lab bench for the
DUT and other equipment. The R&S®SFC-U is connected
to the USB port of a host PC and controlled from the PC.
The wide range of functions make the R&S®SFC-U ideal
for developing software and hardware for TVs and set-top
boxes.
❙❙ Optimized for use in production test systems
❙❙ Low power consumption for reduced operating costs
❙❙ Multistandard signal generator with realtime coding
❙❙ Integrated baseband signal sources
❙❙ Integrated AWGN generator
❙❙ ASI transport stream input
❙❙ Digital I/Q input
Specifications in brief
RF characteristics
Frequency range
base unit
30 MHz to 900 MHz
with R&S®SFC-U-K83 option
30 MHz to 3000 MHz
Frequency setting resolution
Level range
1 Hz
base unit
–31.5 dBm to 0 dBm RMS for DVB-T
with R&S®SFC-U-K84 option
–110 dBm to 0 dBm RMS for DVB-T
Level setting resolution
MER
0.1 dB
for OFDM modulation
> 40 dB
Modulation systems
Terrestrial TV and mobile TV
Cable TV
DVB-T2, DVB-T, DVB-H, DTMB, CMMB, T-DMB,
ISDB-T, ISDB-TB, ISDB-T 1 seg., ATSC/8VSB,
ATSC-M/H
DVB-C2, DVB-C, ISDB-C, J.83/B
Satellite TV
DVB-S2, DVB-S, DIRECTV
Analog TV
B/G, D/K, I, M/N, L
Digital audio broadcasting
DAB, DAB+, ISDB-TSB
Analog audio broadcasting
FM mono, FM stereo with RDS
Additional functionality
Transport stream player
file format
TRP, T10, ETI, MFS, PMS, BIN
Audio/video generator
file format
Rohde & Schwarz proprietary
AWGN
signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)
–30 dB to +60 dB
General data
Operating temperature range
Dimensions
Weight
+5 °C to +45 °C
W × H × D, without handles
177 mm × 40 mm × 241 mm
(6.97 in × 1.57 in × 9.49 in)
1.5 kg (3.31 lb)
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R&S®CLGD DOCSIS Cable Load Generator
Multichannel signal generator for DOCSIS 3.1
downstream and upstream
The R&S®CLGD is a multichannel signal generator for
simulating a cable TV network with full channel loading. It
generates broadband data signals for DOCSIS 3.1 as well
as digital and analog TV channels. In the downstream or
upstream, signals can be freely combined, allowing users
to simulate any conceivable channel loading scenario in
the lab.
The R&S®CLGD is the first generator that simultaneously
produces signals for DOCSIS 3.1, DOCSIS 3.0, digital cable TV in line with J.83/A/B/C and analog cable TV.
Its downstream frequency range is 47 MHz to 1002 MHz
for TV and 47 MHz to 1794 MHz for ­DOCSIS 3.1. Within
this range, the R&S®CLGD generates multiple DOCSIS 3.1
channels with up to 192 MHz bandwidth each.
The level, frequency, forward error correction (FEC) and
constellation of these channels can be set independently.
At the same time, the R&S®CLGD produces a large number of digital and analog TV signals that can be placed
anywhere below or between the DOCSIS 3.1 signals.
The DOCSIS 3.1 channels and digital TV channels are
implemented in realtime. The data to be transmitted can
be fed in via IP or internally generated by the R&S®CLGD.
The upstream frequency range is from 5 MHz to 204 MHz.
Within this range, ­DOCSIS 3.1 orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) signals can be freely combined with DOCSIS 3.0 TDMA or CDMA signals.
The flexible multichannel signal generation capabilities of
the R&S®CLGD enable it to simulate network loading in a
reproducible manner, making it ideal for testing tuners, cable modems and upstream CMTS receivers. The influence
of QAM and TDMA/CDMA signals in adjacent channels on
DOCSIS 3.1 signal reception is a research topic of great
interest. The R&S®CLGD makes such simulations realistic
by adding different types of interference, such as noise,
reflections and narrowband interference.
The generator is accommodated in a 19" housing that
takes up a mere two height units. The complex signal generation process can be conveniently controlled from a PC
or via a web interface. Remote control through SCPI commands enables the generator to be used in automatic test
systems. The R&S®CLGD can be adapted to various application requirements thanks to its software option concept.
❙❙ Frequency range in downstream: 47 MHz to 1218 MHz
(extendable to 1794 MHz)
❙❙ Frequency range in upstream: 5 MHz to 204 MHz
❙❙ DOCSIS 3.1, DOCSIS 3.0, J.83/A/B/C and analog TV
❙❙ Up to six times 192 MHz signal bandwidth for
DOCSIS 3.1
❙❙ ARB generator bandwidth up to 200 MHz
Specifications in brief
Specifications in brief
RF parameters
Upstream modulation
Frequency range
DOCSIS 3.1
Downstream
47 MHz to 1218 MHz
modulation mode
OFDM
with R&S®CLGD-K3018 option
47 MHz to 1794 MHz
bandwidth
24 MHz, 48 MHz, 96 MHz
Upstream
5 MHz to 204 MHz
DOCSIS 3.0
Level, per channel
100 dBµV
Level, total
62 dBmV
MER, OFDM
in line with DOCSIS 3.1 specification
ARB waveform generator
MER, J.83/A/B/C
typ. 45 dB
Bandwidth
Downstream modulation
modulation mode
TDMA, CDMA
bandwidth
800 kHz, 1.6 MHz, 3.2 MHz, 6.4 MHz
200 MHz
Number of files played simultaneously, bandwidth
DOCSIS 3.1
up to 10 MHz
4
Bandwidth
up to 192 MHz
10 MHz to 100 MHz
2
Constellation
up to 4096QAM
100 MHz to 200 MHz
1
FFT mode
4k, 8k
J.83/A/B/C
Interference simulation
Noise
AWGN, impulsive noise, phase noise
Microreflections
in line with SCTE 40
Bandwidth
6 MHz, 7 MHz, 8 MHz
Constellation
64QAM, 256QAM
AC hum, amplitude modulation
47 Hz to 200 Hz, 0 % to 6 %
Symbol rate
5.0 Msymbol/s to 7.0 Msymbol/s
Narrowband interference
ARB waveform up to 20 MHz
bandwidth
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R&S®CLG Cable Load Generator
American 6 MHz channel spacing or up to 119 channels
using the European 8 MHz spacing. Users can define the
signal levels and frequencies separately for each channel.
Each digital channel can transmit a transport stream or a
pseudo random bit sequence (PRBS). The analog channels
carry a test pattern with test tones.
Simulation of analog and digital cable TV
networks with full channel loading
The R&S®CLG cable load generator is a multichannel ­signal
generator for cable TV signals. It was the world's first instrument to simulate cable TV networks with full channel
loading. The R&S®CLG generates both digital and analog
TV signals. These signals can be freely combined, allowing
users to simulate any conceivable channel loading scenario in the lab.
The R&S®CLG has a frequency range from 47 MHz to
1002 MHz, covering all cable TV frequency bands used
worldwide. Within this frequency range, the R&S®CLG can
generate up to 158 analog and digital channels using the
The R&S®CLG can be fully remote controlled, making it
ideal for integration into automatic test systems.
❙❙ Full simulation of cable TV networks
❙❙ Any combination of digital and analog modulations
❙❙ American and European channel plan
❙❙ Individual level and frequency settings for each channel
❙❙ External transport stream feeding via IP
❙❙ Internal test pattern generation
❙❙ Generation of CW signals for CSO/CTB measurements
❙❙ Easy operation on a PC via a web GUI
❙❙ Remote control using SCPI or SNMP
Specifications in brief
RF parameters
Frequency
Output power
setting range
47 MHz to 1002 MHz
step size
1 Hz
sum power of all active channels
25 dBmV to 60 dBmV
accuracy (at maximum output level and with
­attenuator set to 0 dB)
step size per channel
≤ ±1 dB
frequency response in 6 MHz channel
≤ 0.25 dB
0.1 dB
CSO/CTB (in line with ANSI/SCTE 06 2009)
with CW signals in 157 channels
> 60 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio
f ≤ 600 MHz
> 53 dBc
f > 600 MHz
> 51 dBc
standards
J.83/A (DVB-C), J.83/B, J.83/C (ISDB-C)
constellations
64QAM, 256QAM
MER
40 dB (typ.)
content
transport stream or PRBS
standards
PAL, SECAM, NTSC
bandwidths
6 MHz, 7 MHz, 8 MHz
Modulation
QAM
Analog TV
OFDM
Arbitrary waveform generator
content
color bar test pattern and 1 kHz tone
standards
ISDB-T
bandwidths
6 MHz
content
PRBS
sample rate
max. 4 waveform files with 20 Msample/s each
Other
CW, FM radio
Simulation of signal impairments
Tilt
linear across entire frequency range
0 dB to ±18 dB
AC hum
AM modulation depth
0 % to 6 %
hum frequency
47 Hz to 200 Hz, step size 0.1 Hz
AWGN
C/N
–60 dB to 0 dB in up to 16 channels
noise bandwidth
automatically coupled with symbol rate or user
defined to 10 MHz
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R&S®SLG Satellite Load Generator
Multichannel digital satellite TV modulator
The R&S®SLG satellite load generator is a multichannel signal generator for digital satellite TV. It is the world's first integrated instrument to simulate TV satellite bands with full
channel load. The R&S®SLG generates satellite TV signals
using different standards and parameters and combines
them in any desired manner. Users can simulate any conceivable uplink and downlink configurations in the lab.
The R&S®SLG has a frequency range from 250 MHz to
3000 MHz, covering all satellite IF frequency bands used
worldwide. The R&S®SLG can simultaneously generate up
to 32 digital satellite TV transponder signals in line with
DVB-S/DVB-S2/DVB-S2X and ISDB-S/ISDB-S2 1), or a signal in line with DVB‑S2 wideband. Up to 16 transponders
can transmit MPEG transport streams; the other transponders carry PRBS data. The transport streams are fed into
the instrument via IP or ASI inputs. The R&S®SLG uses its
integrated transport stream generator to play short transport stream files. Each channel can contain an ARB waveform or a CW carrier instead of a TV signal.
The R&S®SLG is primarily suited for performing RF tests
on satellite TV components. Its interfaces, which are commonly used in consumer electronics and professional
satellite electronics, make the generator ideal for testing
tuners and set-top boxes as well as upconverters, amplifiers and satellite payloads. Because it can simultaneously
generate multiple channels with high symbol rates, the
R&S®SLG is also well suited for performing stress tests on
systems that process large data quantities, such as transcoders, conditional access middleware and military surveillance data processing systems.
The R&S®SLG can be fully remote controlled, making it
ideal for integration into automatic test systems. All this
functionality has been packed into a compact 19" 1 HU
housing. Previously a rack full of modulators was needed
to generate as many satellite TV signals as the R&S®SLG
does.
❙❙ Satellite IF range from 250 MHz to 3000 MHz
❙❙ Up to 32 simultaneous transponder signals
❙❙ Independent setting of symbol rate, FEC, level and
frequency
❙❙ DVB-S/S2, DVB-S2 wideband, DVB-S2X, DVB-S2X
channel bonding and ISDB-S/S2 1) modulation standards
❙❙ Signal quality of 40 dB MER (typ.)
ISDB-S/S2 in preparation.
1)
Specifications in brief
Specifications in brief
RF parameters
AWGN and phase noise
Frequency range
250 MHz to 3000 MHz
AWGN bandwidth, 1 dB drop
510 MHz
Number of channels, in one
500 MHz band
Frequency response, in one
500 MHz band
Level
max. 32
C/N setting range
up to –10 dB
Phase noise, for each active carrier
user-defined up to 10 MHz offset
from carrier
≤ ±1.25 dB
Arbitrary waveform generator
per carrier
≥ –14.5 dBm
overall
≥ –3 dBm
Level setting range
Step size
0 dB to –30 dB
0.1 dB
Modulations
Satellite TV standards
DVB-S/DSNG, DVB-S2, DVB-S2X,
ISDB-S/S21)
Symbol rate
for 32 carriers
0.1 Msymbol/s to 30 Msymbol/s
for 8 carriers
5 Msymbol/s to 72 Msymbol/s
for 1 carrier
45 Msymbol/s to 416 Msymbol/s
MER in bands 3, 4 and 5
for 32 carriers with 30 Msymbol/s 46 dB (typ.) with equalizer,
40 dB (typ.) without equalizer
for 8 carriers with 72 Msymbol/s 46 dB (typ.) with equalizer,
36.5 dB (typ.) without equalizer
for 1 carrier with 416 Msymbol/s 40 dB (typ.) with equalizer,
30.5 dB (typ.) without equalizer
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Memory space, total
≥ 400 Mbyte
Number of files played
simultaneously
File size
max. 4
Aggregate sample rate, sum of all
played files
Interfaces
≤ 288 Msample/s
≤ 256 Mbyte/number of played files
RF outputs
primary
50 Ω SMA
secondary
75 Ω F; DiSEqC™ version 2.1,
level 2.2
2 × BNC
Monitor outputs, RF, ASI
Transport stream inputs
ASI
2 × 75 Ω BNC
ASI, IP
2 × 10/100/1000BASE-T, RJ-45,
1 × SFP+
Control interface
Ethernet
10/100BASE-T, RJ-45
Format
web browser interface, SCPI, SNMP
Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
R&S®ETL TV Analyzer
Universal multistandard platform for the analysis
of TV, mobile TV, DAB and FM radio signals
The R&S®ETL TV analyzer stands for all-in-one. It combines
the functionality of a TV and FM (radio) signal analyzer, a
video and MPEG TS analyzer as well as a spectrum analyzer in a single instrument. The R&S®ETL also contains
generators to create analog video signals, audio signals
and MPEG-2 transport streams.
Its wide range of functions and flexible configuration make
the R&S®ETL TV analyzer the universal reference for the
analysis of TV signals – for TV and cable network operators, transmitter manufacturers, service technicians and
regulatory authorities.
The R&S®ETL TV analyzer has primarily been designed
to provide reproducible, high-quality analysis of TV and
sound broadcasting signals such as are needed at the
transmitter site, at the cable headend or for quality assurance during production.
The R&S®ETL is ideal for both stationary and portable use.
The compact, rugged housing makes outdoor use possible, e.g. for coverage measurements within a terrestrial
TV or sound broadcasting transmitter network.
❙❙ Frequency range from 500 kHz to 3 GHz
❙❙ TV, FM (radio), video, audio, MPEG-2 transport stream
and spectrum analysis in a single box
❙❙ FPGA and chip-based realtime demodulators for ­analog
TV, DVB-T2, DVB-T, DVB-H, ATSC/8VSB, ATSC Mobile
DTV, ­ISDB‑T(B), J.83/A/C, DVB-C, J.83/B, DTMB, T‑DMB/
DAB and FM (radio)
❙❙ Baseband outputs
❙❙ Preselection with additional 75 Ω RF input
❙❙ Video signal generator
❙❙ Audio signal generator
❙❙ MPEG-2 transport stream generator/recorder
❙❙ Support of power sensors
❙❙ DC input and rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Main applications
Acceptance testing, maintenance and servicing of
TV, mobile TV, DAB and FM transmitters
❙❙ Precise analysis of signal quality at transmitter output
❙❙ Measurements to optimize transmitter operating
­parameters
❙❙ Measurement of spurious emissions
❙❙ Detection of faults
❙❙ Documentation of signal parameters
❙❙ Remote maintenance via IP networks with
remote ­desktop function
Quality assurance during the production of
modulators and TV, DAB and FM transmitters
❙❙ Reproducible analysis of signal quality of modulators and
transmitters
Optimization of TV, mobile TV, DAB and FM
transmitter networks
❙❙ Measurement of receive levels and signal quality at
­reception site
❙❙ Checking and optimization of digital single-frequency
networks (SFN)
❙❙ Systematic determination of receive quality in
­transmission area (coverage measurement)
Specifications in brief
Frequency range
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
Level
Inherent modulation error ratio (MER)
Video S/N
500 kHz to 3 GHz
FM (radio)
75 MHz to 110 MHz
50 MHz to 3 GHz, preamplifier off
≤ –140 dBm (1 Hz)
500 MHz, preamplifier on, preselector on
–166 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
3 GHz, preamplifier on, preselector on
–161 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
quasi-error-free for digital standards depending
on transmission modes
T-DMB/DAB with R&S®ETL-B203 preselector,
preamplifier on
signal level ≥ –30 dBm, f ≤ 1.3 GHz
–90 dBm to +10 dBm
DTMB
≥ 34 dB
analog TV mode
≥ 60 dB
–92 dBm
≥ 40 dB, 46 dB (typ.)
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R&S®ETH Handheld TV Analyzer
Portable digital TV signal analysis up to
3.6 GHz/8 GHz
The R&S®ETH handheld TV analyzer was specially developed for coverage measurements as well as for service
and maintenance work on DVB-T, DVB-H and ISDB-T gapfiller and low-power transmitters. The universal capabilities of the R&S®ETH also make it useful in the repair and
development of TV components. The R&S®ETH handheld
TV analyzer is the compact combination of a TV analyzer,
spectrum analyzer and network analyzer.
❙❙ Comprehensive TV, spectrum and network ­analysis
functionality
❙❙ Display of constellation diagram, channel impulse
response and MER(k)
❙❙ Integrated preselection
❙❙ Fast and precise measurement due to realtime
­demodulation
❙❙ BER measurement and ASI transport stream output
❙❙ Optimized for field use
❙❙ Compact, lightweight, rugged
❙❙ Splashproof and dustproof
❙❙ Easy-to-replace lithium-ion battery
❙❙ Network coverage measurement with R&S®BCDRIVE
❙❙ Easy operation and convenient data exchange with PC
Specifications in brief
RF characteristics
Frequency range
model .14
100 kHz to 3.6 GHz
model .18
100 kHz to 8.0 GHz
DVB-T/DVB-H receiver (R&S®ETH-K140 option) and ISDB-T receiver (R&S®ETH-K160 option)
Quasi-error-free input level range
RF = 500 MHz, RF preselection on
–76 dBm to +10 dBm (typ.)
Inherent modulation error ratio (MER)
RF = 500 MHz, RF preselection off, level = –30 dBm
> 43 dB, 46 dB (typ.)
RF = 500 MHz, RF preselection on, level = –45 dBm
> 41 dB, 44 dB (typ.)
RF = 500 MHz, Δf = 30 kHz
< 98 dBc (1 Hz)
RF = 500 MHz, Δf = 100 kHz
< 100 dBc (1 Hz)
RF = 500 MHz, Δf = 1 MHz
< 125 dBc (1 Hz)
0 dB RF attenuation, RF preselection off
+7 dBm (typ.)
0 dB RF attenuation, RF preselection on
–6 dBm (typ.)
Phase noise
Third-order intermodulation (TOI)
Spectrum analysis
Displayed average noise level (DANL)
10 MHz < RF < 2 GHz, 0 dB RF attenuation
RF preselection off
–156 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
RF preselection on
–165 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
Resolution bandwidths
100 Hz to 3 MHz in 1/3 sequence
Video bandwidths
10 Hz to 3 MHz in 1/3 sequence
Network analysis
Tracking generator output level
–40 dBm to 0 dBm in 1 dB steps
Data points
631
Dynamic range for transmission measurements 300 kHz to 3.6 GHz
> 70 dB, 90 dB (typ.)
General data
Battery operating time
Weight
up to 4.5 h
including battery
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Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
R&S®ETC Compact TV Analyzer
tivity and selectivity, users can activate an integrated preselector followed by a preamplifier.
The core component of the R&S®ETC is an FPGA-based
realtime digital TV demodulator that optimizes realtime
BER measurements and provides a demodulated ­MPEG-2
transport stream at the ASI output. The instrument also
offers a comprehensive set of transmitter measurement
functions including amplitude, phase and group delay
measurements for DVB-T2, DVB-T and ISDB-T. Further advantages of the compact TV analyzer are its high measurement speed and fast booting and mode switching times,
which significantly reduces the time needed for test procedures.
Economical TV transmitter testing
The R&S®ETC compact TV analyzer offers a comprehensive set of measurement functions for DVB-T2, DVB-T/
DVB-H and ISDB-T digital TV transmitter testing. It is also
useful for service and maintenance of TV transmitters as
well as for testing modulators in R&D or quality assurance
environments. The design of the analyzer is ideal for coverage measurements in broadcast network planning.
The R&S®ETC is specialized in TV analysis and also performs spectrum and scalar network analysis as well as
power measurements. For tests that require higher sensi-
❙❙ Support of DVB-T2, DVB-T/DVB-H and ISDB-T digital TV
standards
❙❙ Wide frequency range up to 3.6 GHz or 8 GHz
❙❙ Precision MER measurement in realtime (44 dB (typ.) at
500 MHz)
❙❙ Wide input level range from –76 dBm to +10 dBm for
quasi-error-free transport stream decoding
❙❙ Spectrum analyzer DANL of –165 dBm (1 Hz) (typ.)
❙❙ Comprehensive analysis of digital signal transmission
❙❙ Support of MPEG decoding and analysis
❙❙ Easy operation, network coverage analysis and automatic
test measurement
Specifications in brief
DVB-T2 analysis (R&S®ETC-K240), DVB-T/DVB-H analysis (R&S®ETC-K140) and ISDB-T analysis (R&S®ETC-K160)
Quasi-error-free input level range
RF = 500 MHz, RF preselection on, 64QAM, CR 1/2
Inherent modulation error ratio (MER)
0 dB RF attenuation, 64QAM nonhierarchical modulation, 8K FFT, 1/32 guard interval, slow channel adaptation
–76 dBm to +10 dBm (typ.)
level = –30 dBm, RF preselection off
RF = 50 MHz to 862 MHz
> 40 dB
RF = 500 MHz
44 dB (typ.)
level = –45 dBm, RF preselection on
Phase noise
Noise figure
Third-order intermodulation (TOI)
RF = 50 MHz to 862 MHz
> 38 dB
RF = 500 MHz
43 dB (typ.)
RF = 500 MHz
∆f = 30 kHz
< 98 dBc (1 Hz)
∆f = 100 kHz
< 100 dBc (1 Hz)
∆f = 1 MHz
< 125 dBc (1 Hz)
RF = 500 MHz
RF preselection off
< 22 dB, 18 dB (typ.)
RF preselection on
< 14 dB, 11 dB (typ.)
0 dB RF attenuation
RF preselection off
+7 dBm (typ.)
RF preselection on
–6 dBm (typ.)
Second-harmonic intercept point (SHI) 50 MHz < RF < 1.5 GHz, 0 dB RF attenuation
RF preselection off
+30 dBm (typ.)
RF preselection on
+60 dBm (typ.)
Signal level uncertainty
RF < 3.6 GHz
< 1.0 dB, < 0.5 dB (typ.)
Frequency uncertainty
internal reference
2 × 10–6
with the R&S®HA-Z240 GPS receiver
2.5 × 10–8
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Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
R&S®EFL110/EFL210
Cable TV Analyzer and Leakage Detector
The R&S®EFL110/210 receiver offers unprecedented sensitivity in its class and can be used to verify compliance with
the strict limits defined by the US FCC regulatory authority.
The R&S®EFL110/210 can be operated as a spectrum analyzer and as an FFT analyzer. The spectrogram display of
measurement results makes it possible to detect even sporadic interference and simplifies working with a directional
antenna. A directional antenna suitable for the UHF and
VHF band is available as an accessory.
Field measurements must be fast and simple. The
R&S®EFL110/210 helps in many ways: Its clear-cut, ergonomic keypad allows intuitive operation. Preinstalled channel tables save valuable time when entering parameters.
The supplied R&S®EFL-Suite software transfers measurement results saved in log files to a PC.
Detecting interference in cable TV and
LTE networks
The R&S®EFL110/EFL210 cable TV analyzer and leakage
detector is a handy, portable instrument for detecting radiated emissions. It is rugged, easy to operate and has been
optimized for use in the field.
The R&S®EFL110/EFL210 has been optimized for ­mobile
use. It is compact, lightweight and robust and its lithiumion battery supplies power for more than four hours of operation. The instrument and its wide range of accessories
come in a carrying bag.
Thanks to its sensitive receiver and straightforward graphical display, the R&S®EFL110/210 can detect even weak
and sporadic interference. Specially for ­troubleshooting
US cable TV networks, the R&S®EFL210 has been
equipped with a test receiver that supports the J.83/B and
NTSC cable TV standards.
❙❙ Frequency range from 5 MHz to 2500 MHz
❙❙ Minimum detectable signal level 11 μV/m in
E-UTRA bands 12, 13, 14 and 17
❙❙ Minimum detectable signal level 19 μV/m in
aeronautical radio band from 108 MHz to 139 MHz
❙❙ Battery operation > 4 h
Specifications in brief
Specifications in brief
FFT analyzer
Spectrum analyzer
Frequency bands
Frequency range
5 MHz to 2500 MHz
FM radio band
80 MHz to 108 MHz
Span
100 kHz to 2500 MHz
Aeronautical radio band 1)
108 MHz to 139 MHz
Bandwidth
VHF/UHF band
139 MHz to 700 MHz
Resolution bandwidth
300 Hz to 6.4 MHz
700 MHz LTE band 1)
700 MHz to 800 MHz
Video bandwidth
100 Hz to 1 MHz
GSM band
800 MHz to 950 MHz
WiFi band
2400 MHz to 2500 MHz
Level
Minimum detectable signal with R&S®EFL-Z100
in the aeronautical radio band,
RBW 18 kHz, 10 MHz span
in the 700 MHz LTE band,
RBW 18 kHz, 10 MHz span
FFT analysis
19 μV/m
Maximum level
22 dBm
Setting range
–105 dBm to +20 dBm
Sensitivity
11 μV/m
RBW 800 kHz, 100 MHz span
≤ –88 dBm
RBW 36 kHz, 5 MHz span
≤ –100 dBm
Trace function, 2 traces
max. hold, min. hold
100 MHz
Markers, 3 markers
peak, search, delta
FFT bandwidth
20 MHz
TV test receiver (only R&S®EFL210)
Marker functions
peak search, peak to center, delta
Measurement functions
Maximum span
Graphical display, split screen
Digital: J.83/B
FFT spectrum and waterfall
Acoustic signal, built-in loudspeaker pitch of tone proportional to measured field strength
Analog: NTSC, PAL, SECAM
level, C/N, MER, BER, constellation,
MPEG, ­video and audio output
videoscope, level, V/A, C/N, video
and audio output
The instrument is optimized for maximum sensitivity in the aeronautical band
and in the 700 MHz LTE band.
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Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
R&S®EFL240/R&S®EFL340
Portable TV Test Receiver
Its favorable price makes the test receiver extremely attractive for these applications. The clear-cut ergonomic keypad
of the R&S®EFL240/R&S®EFL340 allows ­intuitive operation.
The scan and log function and the macro ­measurement
function largely automate frequent measurement tasks.
Pre-installed channel tables and trans­ponder lists save the
user valuable time when entering ­parameters.
Professional installation of cable and satellite
TV systems and antennas
The R&S®EFL240/R&S®EFL340 is a compact, portable
TV test receiver for satellite, cable and terrestrial television.
Its versatile measurement functions and its operating convenience are ideal for the installation of cable TV systems,
satellite receiver systems, in-building distribution systems
and antennas.
❙❙ Multistandard test receiver for DVB-T2, DVB-T, DVB-H,
DVB-C, DVB-S, DVB-S2, analog TV and FM radio
❙❙ Extensive measurement functions for cable, satellite and
antenna
❙❙ Measurement of constellation, MER(f) and echos
❙❙ MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 decoding and video output
❙❙ Videoscope functionality
❙❙ Spectrum measurement with zoom function and
combo mode
❙❙ Common interface for encrypted programs
❙❙ 5.7" TFT color display for SD and HD video output
❙❙ Ergonomic design and easy operation
❙❙ Automated measurements simplify routine work
❙❙ Wide range of accessories supplied
❙❙ R&S®EFL-Suite software for transferring measurement
results to a PC
❙❙ Battery operation > 4 h
Specifications in brief
RF parameters
Frequency range
spectrum analysis
5 MHz to 2500 MHz
cable TV return channel
5 MHz to 47 MHz
FM sound broadcasting
88 MHz to 108 MHz
terrestrial and cable TV
47 MHz to 1500 MHz
satellite TV
950 MHz to 2200 MHz
terrestrial standards and cable standards
60 dB
satellite standards
55 dB
Standards
terrestrial; cable; satellite
DVB-T2/DVB-T/DVB-H; DVB-C; DVB-S, DVB-S2
MPEG analysis
parameter display
NID, video PID, audio SID, service information
Video and audio output
video
MPEG-2, MPEG-4, SD, HD (1080p)
audio
MPEG-1 L2, Dolby, AC3, AAC, DD+
level range
10 dBμV to 130 dBμV
video and audio output
span
PAL (B/G, D/K, I), SECAM (B/G, D/K, L), NTSC,
teletext
100 kHz to 2500 MHz (full span)
resolution bandwidth
300 Hz to 6.4 MHz
Dynamic range
Digital TV
Level range
Analog TV
Spectrum analyzer
Interfaces
General data
15 dBμV to 130 dBμV
enhanced functions
max./min. hold, zoom, marker, trigger
RF input
75 Ω
ASI input/output
BNC, female, 75 Ω
video input/output
SCART, HDMI™ (output only)
LNB and antenna control, via RF socket
DC out, 22 kHz tone, DiSEqC, SCR
operating temperature range
0 °C to +40 °C
weight, including battery
2.48 kg (5.47 lb)
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R&S®DVMS
Digital TV Monitoring System Family
Front view of the R&S®DVMS1.
Rear view of the R&S®DVMS1.
Front view of the R&S®DVMS4.
All relevant errors at the RF, IP, TS and T2-MI level are recognized and reported immediately. Thumbnail display and
electronic program guide (EPG) simplify visual monitoring
of the transmitted contents. Remote access is supported
via an integrated web server allowing independent, simultaneous access from different locations. SNMP and SNMP
traps are supported for integration into central network
management systems.
High-quality analysis functions and easy-to-understand
displays complement the system‘s extensive array of monitoring functions. The analysis functions include program
clock reference (PCR) analysis and buffer analysis as well
as analysis of data and object carousels as used for system software update (SSU) and HbbTV®, for example. As a
result, the R&S®DVMS is also ideal for troubleshooting, for
example at a multiplex center or headend. Due to its small
size, the R&S®DVMS1 in particular is a versatile and valuable tool for development.
Rear view of the R&S®DVMS4.
Ensuring high quality of digital TV network
operation
The R&S®DVMS family is a professional, attractively priced
and compact solution for monitoring digital TV networks.
It includes the R&S®DVMS1 and the R&S®DVMS4. Typical
fields of applications for the R&S®DVMS family are signal
monitoring at transmitter site, satellite uplink or headend.
The R&S®DVMS1 (1 HU, ½ rack width) makes it possible
to simultaneously monitor an RF signal and an ASI signal
or as an alternative up to four IP flows. The R&S®DVMS4
(1 HU) allows simultaneous monitoring of up to four RF/IP/
ASI signals. Interface modules for DVB-T/DVB-T2, DVB-S/
DVB-S2 as well as for IP (optical/electrical) are available.
Comparison of models
R&S®DVMS1
R&S®DVMS4
Number of module slots
1
4
Maximum number of
­simultaneously monitored
inputs
4 (1 × TS and/or
1 × RF or 4 × TS IP)
4 (TS, RF and TS IP
in any combination)
TS interfaces integrated in
base unit
–
4 × TS
Total maximum bit rates of
all inputs used
360 Mbit/s (IP),
86 Mbit/s (ASI/RF)
360 Mbit/s
(IP + ASI + RF)
Integrated display (configure IP address, check
firmware version or input
status)
Width
–
yes
½ rack
full rack
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❙❙ Simultaneous monitoring of up to four signals
❙❙ RF modules for DVB-T/DVB-T2 and DVB-S/DVB-S2
❙❙ IP module for electrical and optical (SFP) connections
❙❙ Support for DVB, ATSC and ISDB-T/ISDB-TB transport
streams
❙❙ T2-MI and BTS support
❙❙ Optional functions for detailed analysis
❙❙ Modular and extremely compact design (1 HU)
Immediate detection of all relevant errors at the RF,
IP, TS, T2-MI and BTS level
❙❙ Extensive RF measurements for DVB-T/DVB-T2 and
DVB‑S/DVB‑S2 signals
❙❙ Extensive IP measurements
❙❙ Template function for transmission parameters
❙❙ Monitoring of DVB, ATSC and ISDB-specific TS
❙❙ T2-MI monitoring
❙❙ Template function for transport stream characteristics
❙❙ Detection of transport stream changes
❙❙ Data rate monitoring
❙❙ EPG/EIT monitoring
❙❙ MIP monitoring in SFN networks
❙❙ Encryption monitoring
Extensive analysis and visualization functions
❙❙ Constellation display
❙❙ Spectrum display (DVB-T and DVB-T2)
❙❙ Echo pattern display (DVB-T and DVB-T2)
❙❙ MDI display (IP flows)
❙❙ Thumbnail display
❙❙ EPG display
❙❙ Graphic display of data rates and table repetition rates
❙❙ Table interpreter
❙❙ PCR analysis
❙❙ PTS analysis
Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
Use cases
❙❙ Elementary stream analysis for video and audio
according to buffer model
❙❙ Analysis of DVB object and data carousels
❙❙ Analysis of video encoding quality (qPSNR analysis)
Monitoring of a single DVB-T2 transmitter including
related transmitter feed
The R&S®DVMS1 is used to monitor both the broadcast
signal (RF and PLP characteristics) and the T2-MI signal
fed to the transmitter (see figure).
Simple operation and configuration
❙❙ Clearly structured dialogs for all settings (monitoring
characteristics, signal input and instrument)
❙❙ Detailed configuration capabilities for all monitoring
functions and limits
❙❙ Convenient callup of measurement functions via view
selector window
❙❙ Protection against unauthorized use by defining
user‑specific operation rights
❙❙ Monitored signals
■■ Transmitter feed (T2-MI over ASI)
■■ Transmitter output (DVB-T2)
❙❙ Required module
■■ One R&S®DVMS-B55 DVB-T/DVB-T2 receiver module
Extensive range of monitoring features
❙❙ Monitoring of multiple DVB-T/DVB-H and DVB-S/DVB-S2
signals through a single input with scheduler suite
❙❙ Triggered recording and archiving of transport stream
segments
❙❙ Detailed monitoring and error logging
❙❙ Different profiles for bit rate measurements for long-term
and peak evaluation
❙❙ Permanent or temporary suppression of error messages
with hiding of events function
Powerful network functions
❙❙ Multiple user access via standard web browser
(Java‑based) or VNC viewer
❙❙ Integration in network management systems via built-in
SNMP interface
❙❙ Simple data exchange using FTP
❙❙ Firewall-protected access
❙❙ Streaming of selected program or PID to any point in
network
Monitoring of one MUX at transmitter site
The R&S®DVMS4 is used for monitoring one MUX at a
transmitter site. The SFN characteristics are monitored
using directional antennas to receive the signals from all
transmitters in the SFN (see upper figure on next page).
❙❙ Monitored signals
■■ Signal reception (DVB-S2)
■■ Transmitter feed (T2-MI over IP)
■■ Transmitter output (DVB-T2)
■■ SFN characteristics (DVB-T2)
❙❙ Required modules
■■ Two R&S®DVMS-B55DVB-T/DVB-T2 receiver modules
■■ One R&S®DVMS-B51 DVB-S/DVB-S2 receiver module
■■ One R&S®DVMS-B40 IP module
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Monitoring of a single DVB-T2 transmitter including related transmitter
feed
Transmitted
RF signal
Transmitter
feed
Network
TX
T2-MI
DVB-T2
Remote
Local
operation
and SNMP
operation
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Simultaneous monitoring of one DVB-T and one
DVB-T2 transmitter and related transmitter feeds
The R&S®DVMS4 is used to monitor both the broadcast
signals (RF and PLP/TS characteristics) and the T2-MI/TS
signals fed to the transmitter (see lower figure).
❙❙ Monitored signals
■■ 2 × transmitter feed (T2-MI over IP and TS over IP)
■■ 2 × transmitter output (DVB-T and DVB-T2)
❙❙ Required modules
■■ Two R&S®DVMS-B55 DVB-T/DVB-T2 receiver modules
■■ One R&S®DVMS-B40 IP module
Monitoring of one MUX at a transmitter site
Satellite
reception
Transmitted
RF signal
IRD
Transmitter
feed
Off-air
reception
TX
T2-MI
DVB-T2
DVB-S2
Network
DVB-T2
Remote
Local
operation
and SNMP
operation
Simultaneous monitoring of one DVB-T and one DVB-T2 transmitter
and related ­transmitter feeds
Transmitted
RF signals
TX 1
Transmitter
feeds
TX 2
TS
f1
f2
DVB-T2
T2-MI
Net- Remote
work operation
and SNMP
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Local
operation
Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
R&S®BCDRIVE
Broadcast Drive Test Software
ing to verify that the planned network coverage has been
achieved.
The R&S®BCDRIVE broadcast drive test software manages
this task quickly with a minimum of resources. Depending
on the number of frequencies to be measured in parallel,
the program can control one or more R&S®ETL, R&S®ETC
or R&S®ETH TV analyzers to quickly and accurately perform the measurements needed for quality assessment
and root cause analysis in line with a variety of terrestrial
broadcast standards. The R&S®ETL can run the software
directly, eliminating the need for an additional control
computer. All that is needed are a USB GPS receiver and
the corresponding antennas.
Efficient coverage analysis for terrestrial
broadcast signals
Reliable coverage of specific regions is of central importance for terrestrial broadcast network operators. A series
of real field measurements are needed after commission-
❙❙ Support of all relevant measurements in line with a
variety of terrestrial broadcast standards
❙❙ Highly informative output through precise signal quality
recording every second using the R&S®ETL, R&S®ETC or
R&S®ETH TV analyzer
❙❙ Efficient drive tests through intuitive program operation
and measurement of multiple frequencies in parallel
❙❙ Effective conversion of test results for Google Earth, or
alternatively in CSV format for maximum flexibility
System overview
GPS signal
Broadcast signal(s)
One or more R&S®ETL, R&S®ETC or R&S®ETH TV analyzers
and a GPS receiver
¸BCDRIVE broadcast
drive test software
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Individual analysis with
spreadsheet file
Effective analysis
with Google Earth file
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R&S®VTC Video Test Center
R&S®VTE Video Tester
R&S®VTS Compact Video Tester
Mobile high-definition link (MHL) interface testing
❙❙ Realtime protocol analysis
❙❙ Control bus (CBUS) testing
❙❙ Generation of user-defined patterns and patterns in line
with MHL, CEA-861-E
❙❙ Compliance testing of sources, sinks and dongles for
MHL interfaces
High-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) testing
❙❙ HDMI signal analysis up to 18 Gbit/s
❙❙ HDMI signal generation up to 18 Gbit/s (6G mode)
❙❙ HDMI 1.4 and 2.0a testing in line with the HDMI
compliance test specification (CTS)
A/V interface testing of consumer electronics
devices
Rohde & Schwarz offers audio/video T&M instruments covering the entire value chain in the consumer electronics
sector – the R&S®VTC video test center for development
applications, the R&S®VTE video tester for automated applications in test setups and the R&S®VTS compact video
tester for manufacturing applications. The R&S®VTC/VTE/
VTS video testers are used for testing video and audio interfaces on consumer electronics equipment.
With test modules for HDMI™ and analog A/V interfaces and comprehensive analysis capabilities, these
­instruments support a spectrum of applications. The
future-oriented, modular platforms accommodate up to
eight (R&S®VTC), three (R&S®VTE) or one (R&S®VTS) test
module(s) and can be equipped with additional software to
optimally suit the requirements of specific applications.
The test instruments perform standard interface protocol
tests and also analyze media content in realtime during
­application tests on consumer electronics equipment. This
makes it easy to verify whether mobile devices provide the
required video quality when video content is transmitted
over a Long Term Evolution (LTE) link. It is also possible to
measure the picture failure point (PFP) on broadcast and
cellular terminal devices.
Key facts
❙❙ Universal platform for HDMI 2.0, MHL 1.4/2.2 and
analog A/V interfaces
❙❙ Protocol compliance testing
❙❙ Enhanced video and audio analysis
❙❙ Touchscreen user interface with multilingual support
❙❙ Integrated test automation and report generation
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Time domain analysis solution with full 6 Gbps
support for TMDS sources
❙❙ Powerful eye diagram analysis using subsampling
❙❙ Precompliance measurement solution for HDMI sources
Analog audio/video interface testing
❙❙ Composite (CCVS, CVBS) signal analysis
❙❙ YCbCr/RGB/RGBHV component signal analysis
❙❙ Powerful two-channel audio analysis
RF test signal generation for TV and audio broadcast
standards
❙❙ Realtime coding of all relevant analog and digital
standards
❙❙ Integrated transport stream player and analog audio/
video generator
❙❙ Extensive test signal libraries of transport streams and
analog test patterns
Complementary functions for media content analysis
❙❙ Video analysis of composite or digital component signals
in the time domain
❙❙ Double-ended video and audio quality analysis
❙❙ Audio analysis
❙❙ Psycho-acoustic measurements
Easy operation
❙❙ Local operation via touchscreen
❙❙ Remote control and remote operation over a network
from a tablet or PC
❙❙ Remote control for integration in automated test systems
❙❙ Integrated R&S®AVBrun test sequencer
R&S®DVSG Digital Video Signal Generator
Development and quality assurance of
2D/3D TV displays
The R&S®DVSG digital video signal generator supports the
development and quality assurance of latest-generation TV
sets and projectors. It is a cost-efficient, one-box solution
that generates the audio and video signals required for
these tasks.
❙❙ Configurable digital and analog video and audio output
❙❙ HDTV, SDTV and 3D formats up to 1080p in line with
HDMI 1.4
❙❙ PC formats up to WUXGA
❙❙ Reference source for moving sequences
❙❙ Preinstalled Konica Minolta analysis software
❙❙ MPEG-2 transport stream recording and playback
Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
Uncompressed, high-precision video and audio
­signals
The R&S®DVSG-K10 A/V signal generator option makes it
possible to test displays with up to 12-bit color depth. The
A/V signal generator outputs uncompressed 2D and 3D
video content with a maximum resolution of 1080p in line
with HDMI 1.4 and PC resolutions of up to 1920 × 1200
(WUXGA). In addition, multi-motion test sequences help
enhance picture quality by checking motion blur, deinterlacing and film detection, for example. Comprehensive
­audio functionalities have been added to the A/V signal
generator to allow the assessment of sound quality.
Output of compressed live signals
The R&S®DVSG-B30 A/V signal player option provides
­exactly the type of signals that a display must be able to
handle when operated by an end user. The A/V signals are
generated on the basis of MPEG-2 transport streams. In
addition to the large set of signals supplied with the
option, users can also use their own recordings of 2D and
3D transport streams. This feature makes it possible to
easily simulate any live scenario in the lab.
Recording and playing of transport streams
The R&S®DVSG-K20 TS player and recorder option can
­record and play MPEG-2 transport streams. The numerous transport streams supplied with the option are played
in a seamless loop. It is also no problem to play transport
stream recordings of other devices.
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R&S®TSStream Multi-TS Streaming Software
Streaming of MPEG transport streams over IP
R&S®TSStream is used to play multiple MPEG transport streams simultaneously over a single IP interface.
All transport streams are output as a seamless loop.
R&S®TSStream is ideal for feeding data into the R&S®CLG
and R&S®SLG multichannel TV signal generators and for
testing IPTV equipment.
The R&S®TSStream multi-TS streaming software streams
a number of MPEG transport stream files simultaneously
over a single IP interface. The individual transport streams
result in a high overall bit rate. To make the streams available on a standard PC, the R&S®TSStream software does
not play the transport stream files directly from the hard
disk but first loads them into the RAM. The maximum
number and length of the transport streams depends
solely on the PC's available RAM.
For uninterrupted operation, TV receivers require a continuous signal. This is why R&S®TSStream plays out all transport stream files at the MPEG level in a seamless loop.
The PCR, PTS, DTS and continuity counter parameters are
continuously restamped. When a transport stream file con-
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tains a seamless elementary stream, the receiver even
delivers an interruption-free video and audio signal.
R&S®TSStream is especially suitable for feeding data
into the R&S®CLG cable load generator and R&S®SLG
satellite load generator. This makes it possible to reproducibly simulate real-world cable TV network configurations and satellite transponder assignments in the lab.
R&S®TSStream can also be used as a signal source to test
IPTV equipment.
R&S®TSStream features an intuitive graphical user interface. Status, memory occupancy and processor load are
continuously displayed. Drag & drop operation makes it
easier to work with a large number of transport streams. A
special feature is the import function for configuration files
from the R&S®CLG and R&S®SLG, which quickly and easily
adopts these instruments' settings in R&S®TSStream.
❙❙ Total streaming bit rate ≥ 5 Gbit/s
❙❙ More than 128 transport streams simultaneously
❙❙ All MPEG transport stream formats
R&S®Stream Libraries
Broadcasting and multimedia test and measurement solutions
Baseband streams for special customer requirements
❙❙ Generation of customer-specific transport streams with
the R&S®DV-ASC advanced stream combiner software
❙❙ Generation of customer-specific transport streams or
analog CCVS signals as a service
Support of numerous transmission standards
❙❙ Digital TV
❙❙ Mobile TV
❙❙ Audio broadcasting
❙❙ Analog TV
Test signal libraries for development, production
and testing of TV components
Whenever the development, production and testing of
TV components or devices is involved, suitable test signals are needed. To meet this need, Rohde & Schwarz offers not only the generators and modulators that are required but also an extensive collection of stream libraries.
The R&S®DV-ASC advanced stream combiner software
complements the stream library collection. This software
provides an easy way to generate customized MPEG-2
transport streams for DVB, ATSC and ISDB-T. Alternatively,
Rohde & Schwarz offers the generation of customized test
signals as a service.
High-quality video contents
❙❙ High-quality video sequences also for 4k
❙❙ Precise test patterns
❙❙ Numerous resolutions, including full HD
❙❙ MPEG-2, H.264 coding and HEVC coding
High-quality audio contents
❙❙ Detailed audio signals
❙❙ Precise test tones
❙❙ Surround/multichannel sound
❙❙ Various coding methods, including MPEG-4 HE-AAC v2
Efficient use
❙❙ Standard-compliant, reliable operation worldwide
❙❙ Available at the push of a button
❙❙ Clear and simple property rights
❙❙ Comprehensive documentation
❙❙ Support of numerous transmission standards
❙❙ High-quality video and audio contents
❙❙ Efficient use
Extensive collection of libraries
❙❙ HEVC stream library
❙❙ Basic stream library
❙❙ Extended SDTV library
❙❙ Extended HDTV library
❙❙ 3D TV library
❙❙ ISDB-T transport streams
❙❙ CMMB transport streams
❙❙ ATSC and ATSC Mobile DTV streams
❙❙ DVB-T2-MI streams
❙❙ T-DMB/DAB streams
❙❙ DAB+ streams
❙❙ French DMB streams
❙❙ Transport streams for EMC tests
❙❙ Analog TV test pattern
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Large variety of applications
❙❙ Testing of TVs, set-top boxes and mobile TV handsets
❙❙ EMC testing of TVs in line with CISPR
❙❙ Testing of decoders and encoders
❙❙ Testing of analog/digital TV networks and t­ ransmitters
❙❙ Testing of radio receivers
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Power supplies
Having the right power supply for the right
application is crucial. Rohde & Schwarz provides
a wide range of laboratory power supplies that
are tailored to a variety of uses with the features
required for a specific application.
Type
Designation
Description
R&S®HMC8041
R&S®HMC8042
R&S®HMC8043
R&S®HMP2020
R&S®HMP2030
R&S®HMP4030
R&S®HMP4040
Programmable one/two/three-channel power supplies
100 W, up to 32 V and up to 10 A
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Programmable two/three-channel power supplies
188 W, up to 32 V and up to 10 A per channel
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Programmable three/four-channel power supplies
384 W, up to 32 V and up to 10 A per channel
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R&S®HMC8041/8042/8043
Programmable One/Two/Three-Channel
Power Supplies
Models/options
Designation
Type
Power Supply, 3 channels, 100 W (33 W/channel,
3 A (max.)), with GPIB interface
Power Supply, 3 channels, 100 W (33 W/channel,
3 A (max.)), without GPIB interface
Power Supply, 2 channels, 100 W (50 W/channel,
5 A (max.)), with GPIB interface
Power Supply, 2 channels, 100 W (50 W/channel,
5 A (max.)), without GPIB interface
Power Supply, 1 channel, 100 W (10 A (max.)),
with GPIB interface
Power Supply, 1 channel, 100 W (10 A (max.)),
without GPIB interface
R&S®HMC8043-G
R&S®HMC8042-G
R&S®HMC8042
R&S®HMC8041-G
R&S®HMC8041
One, two or three channels – the R&S®HMC804x power
supplies with their specifications and wide range of functions are ideal for use in development labs and industrial
environments. Thanks to their high energy efficiency, the
linear power supplies remain cool and quiet, even at maximum load. Practical interfaces and connectors allow users
to work quickly and conveniently with the R&S®HMC804x,
even in 19" racks.
Key facts
❙❙ 0 V to 32 V per channel, 3/5/10 A per channel (model
dependent)
❙❙ High energy efficiency, low heat dissipation and quiet
fans
❙❙ Low residual ripple due to linear postregulation
❙❙ Convenient parallel and serial operation via V/I tracking
❙❙ Overvoltage protection (OVP) for all outputs
❙❙ Overpower protection (OPP) for all outputs
❙❙ FuseLink (freely combinable electronic fuses)
❙❙ EasyArb function for user-definable V/I curves
❙❙ EasyRamp for simulating a start-up curve (directly
programmable on device)
❙❙ Sequencing (sequenced start of channels)
❙❙ Analog input for external control via voltage (0 V to 10 V)
and current (4 mA to 20 mA)
❙❙ Trigger input for starting/controlling EasyArb
❙❙ Data logging to USB flash drive in CSV format
Specifications in brief
Line and load regulation (SENSE connected)
Constant voltage mode
Constant current mode
Voltage ripple, 20 Hz to 20 MHz (front connector)
(V = 16 V, I = Imax × 0.5)
Current ripple, 20 Hz to 20 MHz
(V = 16 V, I = Imax × 0.5)
Response time with SENSE compensation
Max SENSE compensation
R&S®HMC8043
100 W, up to 32 V and up to 10 A
R&S®HMC8043
R&S®HMC8042, R&S®HMC8041
R&S®HMC8043
R&S®HMC8042, R&S®HMC8041
R&S®HMC8043, R&S®HMC8042
< 0.02 % + 3 mV
< 0.03 % + 5 mV
< 0.03 % + 200 µA
< 0.03 % + 300 µA
450 µV (RMS)/4 mV (V pp)
R&S®HMC8041
all models
1 mV (RMS)/5 mV (V pp)
typ. < 1 mA (RMS)
10 % to 90 % load change
1 ms (±20 mV)
1V
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R&S®HMP2020/R&S®HMP2030
Programmable Two/Three-Channel
Power Supplies
Models/options
Designation
Type
Programmable Two-Channel Power Supply
R&S®HMP2020
Programmable Three-Channel Power Supply
R&S®HMP2030
Dual Ethernet/USB Interface
HO732
IEEE-488 (GPIB) Interface, galvanically isolated
HO740
188 W, up to 32 V and up to 10 A per channel
❙❙ R&S®HMP2020: 1 × 0 V to 32 V/0 A to 10 A;
1 × 0 V to 32 V/​0 A to 5 A (188 W)
❙❙ R&S®HMP2030: 3 × 0 V to 32 V/0 A to 5 A (188 W)
❙❙ Low residual ripple due to linear postregulators
❙❙ Realtime voltage, current and power values
❙❙ High setting and readback resolution: 1 mV and
0.1/0.2/1.0 mA (depending on current and model)
❙❙ FuseLink (electronic fuse) freely combinable for all
channels
❙❙ FuseDelay tunable up to 250 ms
❙❙ EasyArb function directly programmable on device
❙❙ PC software (free of charge) for easy generation of userdefined waveforms
❙❙ Independently adjustable overvoltage protection (OVP)
for each channel
❙❙ Advanced parallel and serial operation via V/I tracking
❙❙ Front connectors: 4 mm (0.16 in) safety sockets
❙❙ Rear connectors for all channels including SENSE
❙❙ RS-232/USB dual interface, remote control via SCPIbased commands
Specifications in brief
Outputs
advanced parallel and series
operation
Compensation of lead resistances
sense
❙❙ simultaneous switching on/off of active channels via “output” button
❙❙ common voltage and current control using tracking mode (individual
channel linking)
❙❙ individual mapping of channels which shall be affected by FuseLink
overcurrent protection (switchoff)
❙❙ all channels galvanically isolated from each other and the protective earth
1V
Overvoltage/overcurrent
protection
Electronic fuse
OVP/OCP
adjustable for each channel
adjustable for each channel, may be combined using FuseLink
Response time
Output values
Residual ripple
Arbitrary function EasyArb
< 10 ms
R&S®HMP2030
3 × 0 to 32 V/0 to 5 A (2.5 A at 32 V, 80 W max.)
R&S®HMP2020
voltage, 3 Hz to 100 kHz
1 × 0 to 32 V/0 to 10 A (5 A at 32 V, 160 W max.)
1 × 0 to 32 V/0 to 5 A (2.5 A at 32 V, 80 W max.)
< 150 µV (RMS)
current, 3 Hz to 100 kHz
< 1 mA (RMS)
voltage, 3 Hz to 20 MHz
typ. 1.5 mV (RMS)
parameters of points
voltage, current, time
number of points
128
dwell time
10 ms to 60 s
repetition rate
continuous or burst mode with 1 to 255 repetitions
trigger
manually via keyboard or via interface
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R&S®HMP4030/R&S®HMP4040
Programmable Three/Four-Channel
Power Supplies
Models/options
Designation
Type
Programmable Three-Channel Power Supply
R&S®HMP4030
Programmable Four-Channel Power Supply
R&S®HMP4040
Dual Ethernet/USB Interface
HO732
IEEE-488 (GPIB) Interface, ­galvanically isolated
HO740
384 W, up to 32 V and up to 10 A per channel
❙❙ R&S®HMP4030: 3 × 0 V to 32 V/0 A to 10 A (384 W)
❙❙ R&S®HMP4040: 4 × 0 V to 32 V/0 A to 10 A (384 W)
❙❙ Low residual ripple due to linear postregulators
❙❙ Realtime voltage, current and power values
❙❙ High setting and readback resolution: 1 mV and
0.1/0.2/1.0 mA (depending on current and model)
❙❙ FuseLink (electronic fuse) freely combinable for all
channels
❙❙ FuseDelay tunable up to 250 ms
❙❙ EasyArb function directly programmable on device
❙❙ PC software (free of charge) for easy generation of userdefined waveforms
❙❙ Independently adjustable overvoltage protection (OVP)
for each channel
❙❙ Advanced parallel and serial operation via V/I tracking
❙❙ Front connectors: 4 mm (0.16 in) safety sockets
❙❙ Rear connectors for all channels, including SENSE
❙❙ RS-232/USB dual interface, remote control via SCPIbased commands
Specifications in brief
Outputs
advanced parallel and series
operation
Compensation of lead resistances
sense
❙❙ simultaneous switching on/off of active channels via “output” button
❙❙ common voltage and current control using tracking mode (individual
channel linking)
❙❙ individual mapping of channels which shall be affected by FuseLink
overcurrent protection (switchoff)
❙❙ all channels galvanically isolated from each other and the protective earth
1V
Overvoltage/overcurrent
protection
Electronic fuse
OVP/OCP
adjustable for each channel
adjustable for each channel, may be combined using FuseLink
Response time
Output values
Residual ripple
Arbitrary function EasyArb
< 10 ms
R&S®HMP4040
4 × 0 to 32 V/0 to 10 A (5 A at 32 V, 160 W max.)
R&S®HMP4030
3 × 0 to 32 V/0 to 10 A (5 A at 32 V, 160 W max.)
voltage, 3 Hz to 100 kHz
< 150 µV (RMS)
current, 3 Hz to 100 kHz
< 1 mA (RMS)
voltage, 3 Hz to 20 MHz
typ. 1.5 mV (RMS)
parameters of points
voltage, current, time
number of points
128
dwell time
10 ms to 60 s
repetition rate
continuous or burst mode with 1 to 255 repetitions
trigger
manually via keyboard or via interface
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Chapter 14
System components
For demanding computational tasks, ­Rohde & Schwarz
offers system controllers, switch units and test
chambers that are versatile and flexible in everyday
use. Excellent EMC shielding, reliable test results
and modular solutions are core benefits of these
­instruments.
Type
Designation
Description
R&S®OSP
R&S®IQR
Open switch and control platform
I/Q data recorder
Modular solution for RF switch and control tasks
Realtime recording and streaming of digital I/Q data
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R&S®RSC
Step attenuator
Precise signal levels and high repeatability
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Open Switch and Control ­Platform
System components
Powerful control and RF relay modules
The switch and control modules are inserted into the three
rear module slots 1). The versatile 18 GHz or 40 GHz RF
relay modules, 10 GHz semiconductor relay modules and
­digital input/output modules and modules with terminated
relays can be combined as required, allowing users to
configure the R&S®OSP cost-efficiently according to the
­application.
Special modules such as the R&S®OSP-B104,
R&S®OSP-B114 and R&S®OSP-PM-I make it easier to implement EMS test systems.
Modular solution for RF switch and control tasks
The R&S®OSP open switch and control platform is a modular platform designed to handle RF switch and control
tasks. A number of optional modules make the R&S®OSP
ideal for a wide range of applications from simple RF
switch functions to automatic path switchover in complex
RF test systems such as EMC systems.
The R&S®OSP120 and R&S®OSP130 base units can be
controlled via Ethernet. The R&S®OSP130 has a display
with a control panel. The individual switch and control modules of the R&S®OSP130 and of all connected
R&S®OSP150 extension units can be manually operated
using the control panel.
Modular, reliable, cost-efficient
The modularity of the R&S®OSP family helps ensure the
fast setup of test and measurement configurations for applications in production, test labs and development departments. The ability to implement complex wiring by means
of a single switch and control platform is an essential prerequisite for reliable and reproducible measurements that
can be automated to enable cost-efficient test sequences.
Compact and flexible
The R&S®OSP units are accommodated in a compact 19"
2HU cabinet. The sophisticated CPU control functionality provides maximum flexibility for controlling switch and
control modules and makes high-­performance external interfaces available.
Expandability
Up to four R&S®OSP150 extension units can be connected
via the CAN bus port of the base units. This allows the
range of functions of the base units to be considerably
expanded while also making it possible to economically
meet increasing requirements at a later point in time.
Easy control and system integration
All base units of the platform can be controlled via the
­Ethernet interface. This interface makes it possible to
­connect the platform directly to a PC, integrate it into test
systems or remotely operate it via a corporate network.
Unlike the R&S®OSP120, the R&S®OSP130 has a control
panel with a keyboard for direct manual operation of the
R&S®OSP130 and any extension units that are connected.
Manual operation of the R&S®OSP120 is possible by connecting an external keyboard and a monitor. The supplied
operating software or a web GUI can be used to control
the switch and control modules easily and directly without
special software knowledge.
Of course, it is also possible to control the platform from
application programs such as LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI,
Agilent VEE, C++, C#, Visual Basic, Visual Basic .NET.
As an alternative, it is also possible to insert one or two modules into the two
front slots of the R&S®OSP120 and R&S®OSP150.
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Front view of the R&S®OSP120 and rear view of the R&S®OSP
2 module slots
2 USB ports
DVI port
Power switch
CAN bus port
Power supply
Ethernet interface
3 module slots
Combinations of the R&S®OSP120 or R&S®OSP130 with the R&S®OSP150
CAN bus
R&S®OSP150
R&S®OSP120
or
R&S®OSP130
A few example modules
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extension units can be
cascaded
CAN bus
R&S®OSP150
System components
Overview of modules
Designation and description
Type
Module width
Base units
Open Switch and Control Platform, with monitor interface 1)
R&S®OSP120
Open Switch and Control Platform, with display and control panel 1)
R&S®OSP130
Extension Unit 1)
R&S®OSP150
Universal RF switch modules with SMA plug
RF Switch Module, 6 × coaxial changeover relays (SPDT), 0 Hz to 18 GHz
R&S®OSP-B101
standard
RF Switch Module, 6 × coaxial changeover relays (SPDT), (SMA), 0 Hz to 18 GHz, latching
R&S®OSP-B101L
standard
RF Switch Module, 2 × coaxial multiposition relays (SP6T), 0 Hz to 18 GHz
R&S®OSP-B102
standard
RF Switch Module, 2 × SP6T (SMA), 0 Hz to 18 GHz, not terminated, latching
R&S®OSP-B102L
standard
RF Switch Module, 6 × coaxial changeover relays (SPDT), 0 Hz to 40 GHz
R&S®OSP-B111
standard
RF Switch Module, 2 × coaxial multiposition relays (SP6T), 0 Hz to 40 GHz
R&S®OSP-B112
standard
RF Switch Module, 2 × DPDT (SMA), 0 Hz to 18 GHz, not terminated
R&S®OSP-B116
standard
RF Switch Module, 1 × SP8T (SMA), 2 × SPDT (SMA), 0 Hz to 18 GHz, not terminated
R&S®OSP-B119
standard
RF Switch Module, 6 × SPDT (SMA), SSR, 9 kHz to 6 GHz
R&S®OSP-B107
standard
RF Switch Module, 6 × SPDT (SMA), SSR, 9 kHz to 10 GHz, terminated
R&S®OSP-B127
standard
RF Switch Module, n × SP6T (SMA), SSR, 9 kHz to 10 GHz, terminated, n= 1 to 3
R&S®OSP-B128
standard
RF Switch Module, 3 × SPDT (SMA), 0 Hz to 18 GHz, terminated
R&S®OSP-B121
standard
RF Switch Module, 3 × SPDT (SMA 2.92, K), 0 Hz to 40 GHz, terminated
R&S®OSP-B121H
standard
RF Switch Module, 1 × SP6T (SMA), 0 Hz to 18 GHz, terminated
R&S®OSP-B122
standard
RF Switch Module, 6 × SPDT (SMA) and 1 × SP6T, 0 Hz to 18 GHz, terminated
R&S®OSP-B123 2)
double
RF Switch Module, 3 × SPDT (SMA) and 2 × SP6T, 0 Hz to 18 GHz, terminated
R&S®OSP-B124 2)
double
RF Switch Module, 6 × SPDT (SMA) and 3 × SP6T, 0 Hz to 18 GHz, terminated
R&S®OSP-B125 2)
triple
RF Switch Module, 3 × SP6T (SMA), 0 Hz to 18 GHz, terminated
R&S®OSP-B126 2)
triple
RF Switch Module, 1 × SP8T (SMA), terminated, 2 × SPDT (SMA), not terminated, 0 Hz to 18 GHz
R&S®OSP-B129
standard
RF Switch Module, 3 × SPDT (N), 0 Hz to 12.4 GHz and 3 × SPDT (BNC), 0 Hz to 900 MHz
R&S®OSP-B106
double
RF Switch Module, 2 × SPDT (N), 0 Hz to 12.4 GHz
R&S®OSP-B131
standard
RF Switch Module, 6 × SPDT (N), 0 Hz to 12.4 GHz
R&S®OSP-B132
double
RF Switch Module, 2 × DPDT (N), 0 Hz to 12.4 GHz
R&S®OSP-B136
standard
Passive Module for integration of one R&S®NRPxxS/SN or R&S®NRP-Zxx power sensor
R&S®OSP-PM-I
standard
EMS Module with drivers for four external power relays, additional digital inputs/outputs, interlock
R&S®OSP-B104
standard
EMS Module for small systems with 1 × N relay (DPDT), digital inputs/outputs, interlock with SPDT
R&S®OSP-B114
standard
Digital I/O Module, 16 × digital inputs, 16 × digital outputs
R&S®OSP-B103
standard
Digital I/O Module, 16 × digital inputs, 16 × RS-422 outputs, 4 × analog voltages
R&S®OSP-B158
standard
Multiplexer Module, 6-channel, 4-wire multiplexer
R&S®OSP-B108
standard
Universal RF switch modules with N plug
Special modules
Accessories, see data sheet PD 5213.9928.22.
The R&S®OSP-B119, R&S®OSP-B122 to R&S®OSP-B126 and R&S®OSP-B129 relay modules can be built in or retrofitted in the R&S®OSP120/130/150 models produced as
of May 2010.
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R&S®IQR I/Q Data Recorder
Realtime recording and streaming of digital
I/Q data
The R&S®IQR is a high-speed recorder for recording and
playing digital I/Q data streams. When used in combination with one Rohde & Schwarz instrument that has the
R&S®Digital I/Q Interface, the R&S®IQR can store and play
data in realtime.
The R&S®IQR is an ideal storage medium for applications
such as providing interference or test signals, drive tests,
realtime storage of data when archiving RF signals and for
playing recorded I/Q signals. The I/Q data recorder is well
suited for research and development applications, for drive
tests when measuring GNSS signals, wireless communications and broadcast signals and for military applications.
❙❙ Recording and playing of digital I/Q data with a sample
rate of up to 99.5 Msample/s or up to 398 Mbyte/s
❙❙ 2 × 16 bit I/Q data width
❙❙ Touchscreen for easy manual operation
❙❙ Two models for various requirements: R&S®IQR20
with up to 20 Msample/s and R&S®IQR100 with up to
99.5 Msample/s depending on the memory packs used
❙❙ Easily removable memory packs with hard disk drives
(HDD) for stationary use and with solid state drives (SSD)
for higher data rates and mobile use
❙❙ More than 6 hours recording of I/Q data with a
bandwidth of 20 MHz (e.g. FM radio) when using the
R&S®IQR-B119F memory pack (1.9 Tbyte)
❙❙ Very robust in combination with the R&S®IQR-B1xxF
memory pack (SSD, no moving parts as with HDD)
❙❙ Very compact combination of devices for receiving
(R&S®TSMW) and recording (R&S®IQR)
❙❙ R&S®IQR-K101 option allowing I/Q data recorded with
the R&S®FSx or R&S®TSMW to be exported for further
processing, e.g. to MATLAB®
❙❙ R&S®IQR-K102 option for GPS meta data recording, e.g.
when performing drive tests with a combination of the
R&S®TSMW and R&S®IQR
❙❙ R&S®IQR-K103 option uses the recorded coordinates
(R&S®IQR-K102 option) to additionally display the
traveled route or the current position on a map section
❙❙ R&S®IQR-K105 option supports the recording and export
of multiplexed I/Q data streams using the R&S®TSMW
❙❙ Extensive internal and external trigger modes for
controlling recording and playing
❙❙ Optional recording of and playing of two I/Q data streams
using R&S®TSMW and two generators (R&S®IQR-K105
and -K107).
Specifications in brief
Data interfaces
DIGITAL IQ IN/OUT (R&S®Digital I/Q Interface)
no simultaneous data transfer in both directions
1 × I/Q input, 1 × I/Q output
input clock rate
66 MHz to 100 MHz
output clock rate
100 MHz
I/O 1 to I/O 8
trigger signals, synchronization signals
max. two trigger and s­ ynchronization signals
Reference clock
BNC input socket
10 MHz
BNC output socket
10 MHz
I/Q data
I/Q word size
Sample rate
Data rate
16 bit per channel
R&S®IQR20
1 ksample/s to 20 Msample/s
R&S®IQR100
1 ksample/s to 99.5 Msample/s 1)
R&S®IQR20
up to 80 Mbyte/s
R&S®IQR100
up to 398 Mbyte/s 1)
Depending on the memory pack used.
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System components
R&S®RSC Step Attenuator
67 GHz are available to meet the requirements of wireless communications, electronic products and aerospace
and defense. The R&S®RSC is available with one ­internal
step attenuator and allows up to four a
­ dditional external
step attenuators to be controlled.
The R&S®RSC offers a wide scope of functions, including
frequency response correction and display of attenuation
deviation relative to a nominal value. Moreover, it can display an overall attenuation value, taking into account additional test setup components such as high-power attenuators. The R&S®RSC covers a broad range of applications
from power measurements to high-precision calibration.
Precise signal levels and high repeatability
The R&S®RSC is a switchable, mechanical step attenuator. It is available in various models with different upper
frequency limits (6 GHz or 18 GHz), maximum attenuation
ranges and minimum settable step sizes. The R&S®RSC
can also control external step attenuators with frequency
ranges from DC to 40 GHz or 67 GHz.
The R&S®RSC step attenuator is an ideal choice in all
­applications that call for precise signal levels. Operation is
intuitive and all settings are visible at a glance. Featuring
high attenuation accuracy and high linearity, the R&S®RSC
delivers reliable results and ensures stable conditions
for the test setup. This simplifies work for developers of
RF components.
In automated test systems, the R&S®RSC stands out for
its high repeatability of 0.02 dB, long life and high reliability with specified 10 million switching cycles. Various
frequency ranges from DC to 6 GHz, 18 GHz, 40 GHz and
Its low weight and compact dimensions make the
R&S®RSC ideal for flexible applications in the lab. The step
attenuator can be manually operated via its front panel
keypad. The built-in screen shows current d
­ evice settings
at a glance. The R&S®RSC takes up just half a rack width
(½ 19"). It can be delivered with RF connectors optionally
on the front or rear panel. Various interfaces (IEC/IEEE,
LAN and USB) are available for remote control. These features make the device ideal for system applications as well.
❙❙ Step attenuators with frequency ranges up to 6 GHz,
18 GHz, 40 GHz and 67 GHz
❙❙ Maximum attenuation ranges up to 139.9 dB, 115 dB
and 75 dB
❙❙ Minimum step sizes of 0.1 dB, 1 dB and 5 dB
❙❙ Control of one internal plus up to four external step
­attenuators by a single R&S®RSC
❙❙ Outstanding accuracy due to frequency response
­correction and user calibration
Specifications in brief
R&S®RSC
model .03/.13 1)
R&S®RSC
model .04/.14 1)
R&S®RSC
model .05/.15 1)
R&S®RSC-Z405
external step
­attenuator
DC to 40 GHz
R&S®RSC-Z675
external step
­attenuator
DC to 67 GHz
Frequency range
DC to 6 GHz
DC to 6 GHz
DC to 18 GHz
Attenuation range
0 dB to 139 dB
0 dB to 139.9 dB
0 dB to 115 dB
0 dB to 75 dB
0 dB to 75 dB
Connectors
type N (f)
type N (f)
type N (f)
2.92 mm (f)
1.85 mm (f)
Minimum attenuation
step size
Matching
1 dB
0.1 dB
5 dB
5 dB
5 dB
up to
Attenuation uncertainty up to
(relative to attenuation
at 0 dB)
Repeatability
Maximum power
­handling capability
> 20 dB
> 20 dB
> 20 dB
> 20 dB
> 20 dB
< 0.2 dB + 1 % of
­attenuation value
< 0.07 dB + 0.5 %
of attenuation value
(corrected)
< 0.6 dB + 1 % of
­attenuation value
< 0.5 dB
< 0.5 dB
0.02 dB (typ.)
CW
1W
pulse < 10 µs
Maximum voltage
Operating life
Switching speed
200 W
pulse < 10 µs
150 V
> 10 × 106 switching cycles
> 1 × 106 switching cycles
< 25 ms
< 30 ms
Model .0x: RF connectors on front panel; model .1x: RF connectors on rear panel.
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Multimeters, power analyzers
Chapter 15
Multimeters,
power analyzers
Get accurate and reliable voltage, current,
power, frequency, impedance and temperature
measurements with Rohde & Schwarz meters.
New
Type
Designation
Description
R&S®HMC8012
Digital multimeter
5 ¾-digit digital multimeter (480 000 points) for measurements up to 100 kHz
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R&S®HMC8015
Power analyzer
Multifunctional power analyzer for wired measurements up to 100 kHz
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R&S®HMC8012 Digital Multimeter
Models/options
Designation
Type
Digital Multimeter, 5¾-digit
R&S®HMC8012
Digital Multimeter, 5¾-digit, incl. IEEE-488 (GPIB)
R&S®HMC8012-G
IEEE-488 (GPIB) Interface, for R&S®HMC series
R&S®HOC740
5 ¾-digit digital multimeter (480 000 points) for
measurements up to 100 kHz
❙❙ Measurement range: DC to 100 kHz
❙❙ Resolution: 1 µV, 100 nA, 1 mΩ, 1 pF, 1 Hz, 0.1 °C/F
❙❙ Basic accuracy: 0.015 % (DC)
❙❙ True RMS measurement, AC and AC+DC
❙❙ 5¾-digit display (480 000 counts)
❙❙ Simultaneous display of three measurement functions,
e.g. DC+AC+statistics
❙❙ Measurement rate: up to 200 values/s
❙❙ Measurement functions: V (DC), I (DC), V (AC), I (AC),
frequency, DC power, resistance (two- and four-wire),
temperature (PT100/PT500/PT1000), capacitance, diode
and continuity test
❙❙ Mathematic functions: limit testing, min./max., average,
offset, DC power, dB, dBm
❙❙ Data logging to internal memory or USB flash drive in
CSV format
❙❙ Interfaces: USB-TMC/-VCP, Ethernet, LXI, IEEE-488
(GPIB)
❙❙ SCPI commands largely compatible with Agilent 34410A
(R&S®HMC8012-G): R&S®HMC8012 incl. IEEE-488 (GPIB)
interface
Specifications in brief
Display
Measurements
Measurement rate
Measurement range
Basic accuracy
Frequency range
voltage (DC/AC)
current (DC/AC)
resistance
capacitance
voltage (AC)
current (AC)
❙❙ 5 ¾ digits (480 000 counts)
❙❙ up to three values simultaneously
❙❙ colour TFT
❙❙ voltage
❙❙ current
❙❙ frequency
❙❙ power
❙❙ resistance (two and four-wire)
❙❙ temperature
❙❙ capacitance
❙❙ diode
❙❙ continuity
up to 200 measurements/s
400 mV to 1000 V/750 V (5 ranges, resolution 1 μV)
20 mA to 10 A (4 ranges, resolution 100 nA)
400 Ω to 250 MΩ (7 ranges, resolution 1 mΩ)
5 nF to 500 μF (6 ranges, resolution 1 pF)
0.015 %
10 Hz to 100 kHz
20 Hz to 10 kHz
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R&S®HMC8015 Power Analyzer
New
Multifunctional power analyzer for wired
measurements up to 100 kHz
Simultaneous acquisition of voltage and current, high resolution and a perfect balance between sampling rate and
bandwidth: top-class technical characteristics and a wide
range of functions make the R&S®HMC8015 power analyzer a practical choice for development labs and industrial
environments, for service and support and for educational
settings. State-of-the-art, powerful technology coupled
with versatile and practical connection options meet the
needs of a broad variety of users while satisfying demanding customer requirements.
Key facts
❙❙ Measurement range: DC to 100 kHz
❙❙ Measurement rate: 500 ksample/s
❙❙ Simultaneous display of voltage and current with 16 bit
resolution each
❙❙ Basic accuracy: 0.05 %
❙❙ 26 measurement and mathematical functions
❙❙ Data logging to USB flash drive in CSV format or
remotely via interface
❙❙ Oscillographic waveform diagram (option)
❙❙ Display of harmonics as a bargraph or table (option)
❙❙ Realtime integrator
❙❙ Limit tests with pass/fail indication (option)
❙❙ In line with ENERGY STAR, EN 50160, EN 50564,
EN 61000-3-2, IEC 62301 (option)
Models/options
Designation
Type
Power Analyzer
R&S®HMC8015
Power Analyzer, incl. IEEE-488 (GPIB) interface
R&S®HMC8015-G
Advanced Analysis Option, voucher
HVC151
Advanced I/O Option, voucher
HVC152
OneBox Tester Option, voucher
HVC153
Specifications in brief
Display
❙❙ 5 digits
❙❙ 6 or 10 values simultaneously
❙❙ Harmonics as bargraph (option)
❙❙ Graphical signal trend (option), trend chart (option)
❙❙ Colour TFT
❙❙ voltage
❙❙ current
❙❙ active power
❙❙ apparent power
❙❙ reactive power
❙❙ power factor
❙❙ phase shift
❙❙ frequency
❙❙ THD
❙❙ energy
❙❙ extended analysis (option)
simultaneously acquisition of voltage and current with 500 ksample/s
Measurements
Acquisition rate
Measurement range
voltage
15 V to 1800 V (peak, 7 ranges, resolution: 100 μV)
current
15 mA to 60 A (peak, 12 ranges, resolution: 100 nA)
Basic accuracy
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0.05 %
Appendix 
Appendix
Service and support
Description
Page
Rohde & Schwarz worldwide
Service that adds value
250
251
Training and application support
254
The future lies with systems
256
Service for systems
258
Global sales and service locations, trademarks
260
Index by type
261
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Rohde & Schwarz
worldwide
Headquarters
Plants
At company headquarters in Munich, around 2600 employees work in research and development, central sales
and service, marketing and administration.
Memmingen plant
[email protected]
Contact
Corporate communications
Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG
Corporate Communications
Mühldorfstraße 15
81671 Munich, Germany
Phone +49 89 4129 139 58
Fax +49 89 4129 135 63
[email protected]
Sales
The addresses of the local sales companies can be found
at: www.sales.rohde-schwarz.com
Customer support
Our regional support centers will be happy to answer any
questions regarding our products and service:
❙❙ Europe, Africa, Middle East
Phone +49 89 4129 123 45
[email protected]
❙❙ North America
Phone 1 888 837 87 72 (1 888 TEST RSA)
[email protected]
❙❙ Latin America
Phone +1 410 910 79 88
[email protected]
❙❙ Asia Pacific
Phone +65 65 13 04 88
[email protected]
❙❙ China
Phone +86 800 810 82 28 (+86 400 650 58 96)
[email protected]
Teisnach plant
[email protected]
Vimperk plant
[email protected]
Singapore and Malaysia plants
Phone +65 6307 0000
Subsidiaries
Arpège SAS
[email protected]
gateprotect GmbH
[email protected]
GEDIS GmbH
[email protected]
ipoque GmbH
[email protected]
HAMEG Instruments GmbH
[email protected]
Rohde & Schwarz Asia Pte. Ltd.
Singapore, phone +65 6307 0000
Rohde & Schwarz DVS GmbH
[email protected]
Rohde & Schwarz SIT GmbH
[email protected]
RPG Radiometer Physics GmbH
[email protected]
S.C. Rohde & Schwarz Topex S.A.
[email protected]
Sirrix AG
[email protected]
SwissQual AG
[email protected]
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Service that adds
value
Dear Customers,
I am often asked what has made Rohde & Schwarz
so successful over so many decades and enabled
the company to drive technological progress in its
fields of business. One aspect is the passion with
which we work every day in our development labs
to push the limits of what is physically feasible.
Another is our desire to create only products that
meet customer expectations in terms of technology,
functionality and quality.
Our service philosophy is another key factor
to our success. For us it goes without saying
that we offer our customers the best possible
support in all phases of the product lifecycle. We
therefore provide a wide variety of customized
service offerings, which we plan in dialog with
our customers and our specialists as early as the
product development phase. This lets us identify
and cater to individual needs early on, in order to
minimize costs while maximizing availability and
autonomy. Our comprehensive and continually
growing range of services is designed to ensure that
you are satisfied with every aspect of our products.
I am convinced that this commitment, implemented
by our worldwide network of dedicated, expert
service personnel, is one of the major factors behind
the success of our company.
Investment protection, tailor-made
Rohde & Schwarz offers full-range service at your command. You can mix and match our s­ ervices ­according to
your technical and budgetary ­requirements.
¸Extended Warranty
The ¸Extended Warranty offers cost control while giving you full service from the start. If there is a problem,
you are insured against extra service costs. For a fraction
of the purchase price, you can rest easy for years with the
security afforded by manufacturer service.
❙❙ Low, predictable costs
❙❙ Safe and dependable
❙❙ Transparent and flexible
To make sure you get the full benefit of the functionality
and precision of your instruments for the longest possible
time, we offer a range of services that are tailored to your
specific needs. Choose extended warranty for complete
protection in case of repair, or the attractive extended warranty with calibration coverage package for additional regular calibration of your instrument. Both are available with
terms of one to four years.
Extended warranty:
❙❙ Repair in case of malfunction
❙❙ R&S®Manufacturer Calibration if necessary during repair
❙❙ Firmware updates
❙❙ Preventive maintenance and reliability modifications
Extended warranty with calibration coverage additionally
covers:
❙❙ Planned calibrations in line with Rohde & Schwarz
guidelines and ISO/IEC 17025
❙❙ Calibration as needed during technical upgrades
Sincerely yours,
Christian Leicher (President and COO)
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Rohde & Schwarz calibration services
Our various calibration products enable us to tailor our
services to your individual needs. Whether you choose
our Rohde & Schwarz manufacturer calibration or a
­Rohde & Schwarz accredited calibration – you will always
receive a service package that is more complete and comprehensive than what a pure service provider can provide.
We offer attractive contract solutions for all our products.
Our sales and service representatives will be happy to help
you determine the right solution for your requirements.
R&S®Accredited Calibration
R&S®Accredited Calibration ensures compliance with international standards and calibration data traceability. Many
standards require R&S®Accredited Calibration as proof of
competence. Our accredited service centers not only measure accredited parameters, they also verify all product
characteristics. R&S®Accredited Calibration is as comprehensive and in‑depth as ­R&S®Manufacturer Calibration and
provides additional accreditation documentation.
R&S®Manufacturer Calibration
R&S®Manufacturer Calibration ensures you a comprehensive range of services. As the manufacturer, we take care
of all required adjustments, software updates and hardware modifications. We document each calibration with a
certificate that contains both the incoming and outgoing
status of your instrument. This enables you to evaluate
your intrument’s past performance and draw conclusions
R&S®Accredited
Calibration
about future performance. Like all ­Rohde & Schwarz calibrations, R&S®Manufacturer Calibration is based on national and international standards.
Multivendor Performance Calibration
We also service other manufacturers’ instruments. As an
equipment manufacturer, we know the relevant parameters for a definitive calibration. That is what makes us a
competent partner for calibrating other manufacturers’
instruments. During multivendor performance calibration,
all required manufacturer-specified instrument parameters
are measured. You receive a calibration certificate and
documentation of measurement results. These services
are also available as accredited services.
Depot calibration
Take advantage of all the benefits of our fast and efficient
depot service. With Rohde & Schwarz depot calibration,
your instrument is returned after just a few days. Express
depot calibration takes just one day plus shipping time.
We will be happy to take care of the logistics for you – just
ask.
On‑site calibration
Would you like to reduce your downtime even more? We
can come to you with our mobile calibration system – no
need for time‑consuming packing and shipping. Our sales
and service representatives will be happy to sit down with
you and tailor a calibration concept to your needs.
R&S®Manufacturer
Calibration
Multivendor Performance Calibration
ISO 17025 accredited
●
–
optionally accredited
ISO 9001 certified
●
●
●
Calibrated in line with ISO 17025
●
●
●
Traceability to national/international
standards
●
●
●
Virus and malware scan for
­Rohde & Schwarz products
●
●
●
Incoming results
●
●
●
Comprehensive measurement in line with
manufacturer specifications
●
●
●
Firmware update
●
●
–
Required adjustments
●
●
–
Preventive maintenance/performance
modifications
●
●
–
Outgoing results (after repair or
adjustment)
Calibration certificate
●
●
–
●
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¸Online Service Management
●
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Service report
●
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Cleaning
●
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Electrical safety test
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Rohde & Schwarz standard price repair
If a Rohde & Schwarz product ever does need to be repaired, smooth handling is required: without hassle, without losing time and without any unpleasant surprises
regarding costs. That‘s why Rohde & Schwarz offers its
customers a standard price repair option: an intelligent
comprehensive solution featuring guaranteed all-inclusive
fixed prices, little handling effort and efficient procedures.
Scope of the Rohde & Schwarz standard price repair:
❙❙ Repair of the equipment
❙❙ Full calibration in line with ISO 17025, including
documentation of the test results 1)
❙❙ 12-month service warranty on the entire equipment 2)
❙❙ Latest firmware and hardware updates 3)
With the standard price repair, you are always on the safe
side:
❙❙ Defined fixed price
❙❙ Smooth handling
❙❙ Minimum effort
❙❙ Reliable repair by the manufacturer
❙❙ Updates and calibration included
❙❙ Extensive service warranty
❙❙ Efficient: A good management system should make
even complex things easier. The ¸Online Service
Management helps you organize your service cases,
making previous, current and scheduled calibrations
easy to enter and manage. The easy operation and
clear navigation save you time as well as unnecessary
paperwork
Functions and operation
❙❙ Equipment: Manage your equipment − see at a glance
whether an instrument was recently calibrated or needs
to be in the near future
❙❙ Service requests: Place service requests, track the status
of orders or review past services. You can also download
calibration and service reports
❙❙ Contracts and more: Keep your contracts in view
and store your personal data − user, division, contact
information and much more
¸Online Service Management
¸Online Service Management provides you with a
clear overview and helps you save time by simplifying the
management of instrument data, service cases and test
equipment. You also benefit from numerous service management functions. A clear user interface makes operation
intuitive.
Advantages
❙❙ Secure: ¸Online Service Management gives you
secure access to all service-related data, 24/7. Just log
on to the password-protected area at my.rohde-schwarz.
com/service to conveniently manage your service
requests and calibration schedule, wherever you are
❙❙ Comprehensive: To make sure that you have more time
for your core business, we put all your instrument data
together in one place for an easy overview. It shows
you all the documentation and configuration data
for your instruments, as well as the status of repairs
and calibrations. At a glance, you can track service
cases, make new requests and see active and inactive
warranties
For equipment requiring calibration.
Applies to the repaired component if the system consists of several components, e.g. amplifier modules. Please see our General Conditions of Delivery and
Service for more warranty information.
3)
Such modifications, e.g. precautionary component replacement, are performed
as part of the continuous product improvement process and do not change the
specifications or other product characteristics.
1)
2)
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Training and
­application support
The product portfolio of Rohde & Schwarz is
accompanied by a comprehensive choice of training
seminars and detailed application notes. By offering
comprehensive application notes and practiceoriented training, we want to show you how to
use our products most effectively. This ranges from
first-time users who can choose from detailed
introductory courses and practical T&M examples up
to seasoned users who can gain deep insight into
the numerous – and very special – ways to use the
high-performance solutions from Rohde & Schwarz.
Training
The extensive choice of seminars includes everything from
standard training classes on numerous topics in radio engineering and test and measurement to practice-oriented
product training for Rohde & Schwarz solutions. If needed,
customer-specific training programs specially designed to
meet your wishes and requirements are held in order to
achieve optimum benefit for the participants. Skilled trainers convey concise, practice-oriented knowledge at our
state-of-the-art, fully equipped training center in M
­ unich.
Alternatively, training can also be held on the customer’s
premises or at any other location of choice. Limiting the
number of participants helps ensure better communications between participant and trainer.
Knowledge is conveyed more intensely and extra time is
available for questions so that the participants can put
their newly gained knowledge and skills into practice immediately after the seminar.
Comprehensive choice of training seminars
Standard seminars
Detailed seminars are offered on ­numerous topics in radio engineering and T&M such as RF
and EMC testing, as well as classes covering the
fields of wireless communications, television and
antennas from the b
­ asics up to workshop level.
Customized seminars
These seminars aim at providing optimum benefit
for customers and their participants. The training
content is tailored specifically to the customer’s
wishes and requirements.
Hands-on experience
Practical exercises are an essential part of all seminars to help ensure that the material just learned
can be tried out immediately using state-of-theart test setups. This is crucial for understanding
and clarifying the training content in detail.
Small groups
The number of participants is intentionally kept
small so that everyone has sufficient time for
questions as well as the opportunity to try out the
class content in a hands-on environment.
Trainers/training staff
The trainers continuously keep their technical
knowledge up to date. They not only possess
technical expertise, they are also able to convey it
in an understandable and lasting manner.
Location
Classes may be held at the state-of-the-art training center at company headquarters in Munich.
Optionally, seminars can take place on the customer’s premises or at any other suitable location.
Timetable
Standard training classes are scheduled twice a
year. For dates, see the Rohde & Schwarz homepage. The schedule for customized seminars is
drawn up together with the individual customer.
Languages
The seminars are conducted either in German or
English. If needed, special training classes can be
held in other languages.
Registration and organization
All detailed information regarding the seminars – including class descriptions, registration,
cost, procedure and content – is provided on the
­Rohde & Schwarz homepage.
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Skill and up-to-date knowledge are top priorities in all our
seminars. The company’s intensive participation in relevant
bodies – such as for the standardization of state-of-the-art
wireless communications – is reflected in training classes,
which are always cutting-edge both in theory and T&M expertise. Our customers also benefit from this.
Application support
Rohde & Schwarz has created a series of application notes,
application cards and application videos to share our
knowledge of instruments, principles and methods and
to assist you in getting the best performance from your
­Rohde & Schwarz instruments.
❙❙ Local application engineers help you successfully
implement your specific application on site using
­Rohde & Schwarz T&M solutions and provide advice on all
T&M matters
❙❙ Application relevant questions will be answered at
[email protected]
❙❙ A large number of application notes, often combined
with helpful application programs or T&M examples, can
be downloaded from www.rohde-schwarz.com/appnote
❙❙ Use apps from Rohde & Schwarz on your smart phone
or tablet on Google Play, Apple AppStore or Windows
PhoneStore (see picture)
Abstracts of some popular application notes
Download application notes from www.rohde-schwarz.com/appnote
R&S®EMC32 EUT Monitoring with R&S® Digital Oscilloscopes
(1MA242)
This application note describes how to use the mask and limit test features
of the R&S®RTO, R&S®RTE and R&S®RTM digital oscilloscopes for EUT
monitoring of signal forms, jitter, etc. with the R&S®EMC32 measurement
software. The mask test function allows autonomous characterization of
digital signal integrity during EMS tests. The R&S®EMC32 software records
violations of user-defined limits or mask templates and evaluates the immunity threshold at frequencies of critical electromagnetic susceptibility.
R&S®Commander – Versatile Software Tool for ­Rohde & Schwarz
­Instruments (1MA74)
RSCommander is a popular software tool that makes your daily business
easier when operating R
­ ohde & Schwarz T&M instruments and especially
when using them via remote control. In addition to many other useful functions, screenshots from T&M instruments can be generated and trace data
can be output in o
­ rder to process it on your computer. The tool also provides convenient access to the T&M equipment’s file management system.
Multi-Channel Signal Generation Applications with R&S®SMW200A
(1GP106)
The R&S®SMW200A vector signal generator has the outstanding ability
to simultaneously generate up to eight independent signals from a single
instrument. This application note gives an overview of common multichannel application examples. The advanced multichannel architecture allows
realizing even complex applications like MSR, carrier aggregation, MIMO or
enhanced interference scenarios with a minimum of effort.
Wideband mm-Wave Signal Generation and Analysis (1MA257)
This application note aims at simplifying the task of generating digital modulated mm-Wave signals and looks into the analysis part as well. Automotive RADAR as well as 5G candidate spectrum falls into the mm-W range.
Latest signal and spectrum analyzers like the R&S®FSW85 are first to allow
use in V- and E-band up to 85 GHz without external frequency conversion.
Up to 2 GHz of modulation bandwidth can be covered using the option
R&S®FSW-B2000.
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The future lies with
systems
Customer-specific solutions are implemented to
an increasing extent by integrating measuring
instruments and specially developed devices into
overall systems. R
­ ohde & Schwarz has many years of
experience implementing turnkey EMC test centers,
conformance test systems for mobile phones, mobile
test systems for coverage measurements and mobile
phone production lines.
Rohde & Schwarz test systems
❙❙ Production test systems, board testers
❙❙ Conformance test systems for mobile phones
❙❙ Conformance test system for IEEE 802.11p
❙❙ Mobile network testing systems for cellular networks
❙❙ EMC and antenna test systems
Production test systems, board testers – a strong
­concept
A development and production chain is only as strong as
its weakest links, which used to be highly complex measurement systems and time-consuming final testing. Market launch of the products was often subject to delays.
Today, to reduce test time, production test systems and
conformance systems from Rohde & Schwarz can be used
wherever electronic equipment is produced. Efficient solutions in this field range from precompliance test equipment to complete production lines.
System applications
In numerous branches of industry, measurements and
tests often have to be carried out repeatedly on a series of
DUTs, e.g. in:
❙❙ Incoming inspection: component and module tests
❙❙ Production: automatic alignment
❙❙ Quality assurance: testing at the various stages of
­production and final ­testing
❙❙ Research and development: series measurements on
­prototypes
❙❙ Service: long-time measurements (e.g. of temperature) at
defined test intervals
The unique Rohde & Schwarz modular hardware and software concept supports a large variety of test combinations
for alignment, RF test, optical check, board test, etc.
Project handling by Rohde & Schwarz
Conformance test systems for mobile phones and
­devices of digital radio networks
Rohde & Schwarz test systems, especially for conformance
testing, are at the leading edge in their field. Our customers benefit from this high innovation potential. Specialists
at Rohde & Schwarz implement the latest requirements for
A high-performance measurement system requires extensive development and design efforts. The choice of the
right instruments and components as well as their careful installation are essential for the high performance and
availability of a system.
System design at Rohde & Schwarz ensures full utilization of a large variety of measuring instruments of advanced technology and highest precision from both
­Rohde & Schwarz and other manufacturers. System responsibility lies always with Rohde & Schwarz, irrespective
of the origin of the measuring equipment and individual
system components.
Rohde & Schwarz has experienced, optimally trained staff
to implement a project from the initial planning to the operational system.
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Our production test systems are tailored to customer
needs and provide overall solutions: measurements with
DUT adaptation also in the RF range via test prods; with
conveyor belts; networking within user-­specific computer
networks; logistics; consulting and advice r­ egarding the
selection of suitable tests for optimizing measurement
times and test depth.
Appendix 
conformance measurements in the appropriate test systems using ultramodern measuring equipment from our
production.
This synergy of available equipment and new system applications yields optimum results. For instance, it is possible to achieve maximum test depth while ensuring the
highest degree of ergonomics and operational reliability.
Another great advantage is self-calibration. Customers can
utilize all these benefits to make their products fit for both
present-day and future markets.
Mobile network testing systems for cellular networks
Rohde & Schwarz test systems are not only used where
electronics is produced but also where it is made to
work: in mobile radio networks, for instance. Our range of
mobile coverage and quality measurement systems ensures full monitoring of mobile radio networks as well as
smooth, optimal operation.
EMC and antenna test systems
Rohde & Schwarz offers test systems and turnkey test
­facilities including:
❙❙ Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
❙❙ Radiated spurious emission (RSE) and audio
breakthrough (ABT)
❙❙ Radiated test of wireless devices (OTA)
❙❙ Antenna test
❙❙ Regulatory test
❙❙ Electromagnetic field measurement (EMF)
❙❙ Interference test
❙❙ Test environment for development, certification and
production
Rohde & Schwarz offers complete test systems that can
handle all complex aspects in this field. Precompliance
tests at the manufacturer, acceptance tests in accredited
test houses, market monitoring by government authorities
– Rohde & Schwarz always provides an appropriate solution ranging from the compact system based on a test cell
to the complete test center.
Applications
❙❙ Commercial
❙❙ Wireless
❙❙ Automotive components
❙❙ Automotive vehicles
❙❙ MIL
❙❙ Medical
Future-oriented design
Rohde & Schwarz measurement and test systems feature
extremely flexible hardware and software concepts that
­allow adaptation to modified requirements at any time.
References
Rohde & Schwarz measurement and test systems are successfully used all over the world. Tailored to the needs of
the customers, the test systems can be found at renowned
industrial companies, test houses and government institutes − an impressive list of references can be supplied on
request.
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Rohde & Schwarz
service for
­conformance test
systems
Rohde & Schwarz systems combine the latest
achievements in hardware and software with
the know-how and experience gained over many
decades. In line with the Rohde & Schwarz system
philosophy, the high level of expertise does not
stop with system development, but is maintained
during the operational life of the systems thanks
to the services offered. Hotline support, continual
updating of system software and test cases, fast
repair and replacement of faulty equipment and
modules are essential for maintaining high system
availability. Rohde & Schwarz offers complete
packages and solutions for servicing the systems.
Our objective is customer satisfaction throughout
the entire product lifecycle.
Calculable operating costs
Unexpected downtimes disrupt operations and tie up
valuable resources in administrative and order a
­ pproval
procedures. Unfortunately, failures in highly complex
­systems and equipment can never be fully excluded – but
the time and expense associated with such failures can.
­Rohde & Schwarz system service contracts mean calculable operating costs and allow you to focus on your core
tasks.
Contractually assured services
Rohde & Schwarz offers full-range service for test s­ ystems.
As the original equipment manufacturer, we ­provide the
most qualified, responsive and thorough service available.
Customer care is especially important to us. We support
you with services tailored to your needs:
❙❙ Short response times are ensured by the
­Rohde & Schwarz problem report database
❙❙ Short system downtimes due to spare instruments pool
❙❙ High availability of loan units
❙❙ Excellent support by experienced system specialists
After-warranty service
The after-warranty service supplements the standard
­warranty services of Rohde & Schwarz to satisfy the
high demands placed on maximum system availability,
­optimum performance and efficiency.
Problem report service
❙❙ Access to the Rohde & Schwarz problem report database
❙❙ Analysis of the problem reports and test logs, including
tests on Rohde & Schwarz reference test systems
❙❙ Solution proposals
Hotline service
❙❙ Designated support engineer available for all questions
related to system hardware, software, functionality and
handling
Repair service
❙❙ Repair of system hardware – if possible on-site
❙❙ Access to common pool of loan units, calibrated by an
accredited Rohde & Schwarz laboratory
❙❙ Escalation procedure to provide additional resources
if problems arise during repair
❙❙ Associated travel and transport cost
Proactive on-site customer visits by system support
specialists
❙❙ System performance optimization
❙❙ Face-to-face consultation to maximize system utilization
❙❙ Up-to-date information on the latest software
enhancements
❙❙ Collecting requests for new features
Software service
Software service includes enhancements of purchased
features and ensures compliance with the latest revisions
of industry-standard specifications.
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❙❙ Implementation of changes in line with relevant 3GPP
test specifications and network operator test plans
❙❙ Revalidation of GCF/PTCRB relevant test cases
(to be performed by approved test laboratories)
❙❙ Bug fixes and minor enhancements
❙❙ Delivery of updated software including documentation
Service for systems under warranty
The comprehensive standard system warranty from
­Rohde & Schwarz also includes all after-warranty and software services.
Supported systems
❙❙ R&S®TS8980
❙❙ R&S®TS8991
❙❙ R&S®TS8997
❙❙ R&S®TS-ITS100
❙❙ R&S®TS-LBS
❙❙ R&S®TS-RRM
❙❙ R&S®CMW-ATE
❙❙ R&S®CMW-PQA
Calibration service
Calibration service assures that system parameters will
be checked at recommended system calibration intervals.
A correction and/or update will be performed if required.
❙❙ R&S®Accredited Calibration in line with EN ISO/IEC 17025
and DIN EN ISO 9001
❙❙ Recommendation of system-specific calibration intervals
❙❙ Traceability of calibration results to national and
international standards
❙❙ Delivery of calibration certificates and service reports
❙❙ On-site calibration (R&S®Accredited Calibration and
R&S®Manufacturer Calibration) for a minimum downtime
Ensuring best product performance through r­ egular
maintenance and calibration
Preventive care and maintenance improve a product‘s reliability and performance. During regular system calibration,
our mobile calibration teams take utmost care to maximize
equipment reliability and availability. U
­ sing our modern
test and diagnostic systems, we perform a detailed analysis of your equipment and can detect the first signs of irregularities of any type. Calibration at R
­ ohde & Schwarz is
considerably more than merely checking compliance with
specifications. We keep your equipment in top shape.
Always on the safe side with Rohde & Schwarz
­system service contracts
❙❙ Defined price
❙❙ Smooth handling
❙❙ Minimum downtime
❙❙ Efficient processes
❙❙ Reliable repair by the manufacturer
❙❙ 12-month service warranty
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Global sales and service locations
Finland
Norway
Sweden
Estonia
Latvia
Lithuania
Denmark
United
Kingdom
Russian
Federation
Poland
Netherlands
Czech Republic
France
Austria
Switzerland
Italy
Ukraine
Hungary
Slovenia Romania
Bulgaria
Serbia
Spain
Azerbaijan
Portugal
Greece
Turkey
Malta
Cyprus
Canada
Cologne
Germany
Munich
Ottawa
Portland
Columbia/Maryland
USA
Los Angeles
Kazakhstan
Dallas
Algeria
Tunisia
Monterrey
Sales level
Jordan
Saudi
Arabia
Senegal
Chengdu
Pakistan
UAE
Karachi
Oman
New Delhi
China
India
Shenzhen
Mumbai
Hyderabad
Bangalore
Japan
Seoul
South
Daejeon Tokyo
Korea
Kanagawa
Gumi City
Osaka
Guangzhou
Hanoi
Vietnam
Nigeria
Sales locations
Beijing
Xi'an
Islamabad
Israel
Egypt
Mexico
Mexico City
Service level
Mongolia
Azerbaijan
Thailand
Penang
Shanghai
Taipei
Taiwan
Kaohsiung
Hong
Kong
Ho Chi
Minh City
Philippines
Malaysia
Selangor
Colombia
Kenya
Backup service
Singapore
Indonesia
Area support center
Brazil
Local service center
Calibration and maintenance with
standardized automatic calibration
systems
Calibration and maintenance
Maintenance
Rio de Janeiro
São Paulo
Chile
Australia
South Africa
Uruguay
Sydney
Argentina
Melbourne
Canberra
New Zealand
Trademarks
Trade names are trademarks of the owners
❙❙ R&S® is a registered trademark of Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG. Example: R&S®FSC spectrum analyzer
❙❙ Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corp., USA
❙❙ WiMAX™ Forum is a registered trademark of the WiMAX Forum. WiMAX, the WiMAX Forum logo, WiMAX Forum
Certified and the WiMAX Forum Certified logo are trademarks of the WiMAX Forum
❙❙ The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such
marks by ­Rohde & Schwarz is under license
❙❙ CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA)
❙❙ Dolby® is a registered trademark of Dolby Laboratories.
❙❙ The terms HDMI™ and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface and the HDMI logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.
❙❙ MHL™, Mobile High-Definition Link and the MHL Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of the MHL, LLC.
Published by
Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG
Arrangement, layout: Gerhard Krätschmer, Department GF-MC1
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Appendix 
Index by type
Type
Designation
Page
A
R&S®AdVISE
New
Visual Inspection Software
172
R&S®AFQ100A
I/Q Modulation Generator
97
R&S®AFQ100B
UWB Signal and I/Q Modulation Generator
R&S®AFQ-Kxxx
Application-Specific Solutions (firmware or software – overview)
100
Active Antenna System
184
Pre-Conformance Testing in line with D-Book, NorDig and E-Book
215
R&S®BBA150
Broadband Amplifier
173
R&S®BBL200
Broadband Amplifier
174
R&S®BCDRIVE
Broadcast Drive Test Software
231
R&S®BTC
Broadcast Test Center
214
R&S®CEMS100
Compact EMS/EMI Test Platform
162
R&S®CLG
Cable Load Generator
221
R&S®CLGD
DOCSIS Cable Load Generator
220
R&S®CMW-ATE
Terminal Testing Solution for IMS and VoLTE
22
R&S®CMW-PQA
Test System for Performance Quality Analysis
23
R&S®CMW-Z10/-Z11
RF Shielding Box and Antenna Coupler
35
R&S®CMA180
Radio Test Set
32
Communication Manufacturing Test Set
17
Wireless Connectivity Tester
16
Functional Radio Communication tester
15
R&S®CMW500
Wideband Radio Communication Tester
13
R&S®CMW500
Protocol Tester
19
R&S®CMWcards
Signaling Tester
20
Multifunctional Logfile Analyzer
21
R&S®CMWrun
Sequencer Software Tool
18
R&S®CTH
Portable Radio Test Set
33
R&S®AM524
R&S®AVBrun
New
97
B
C
R&S®CMW100
New
R&S®CMW270
R&S®CMW290
R&S®CMWmars
New
New
D
R&S®DST200
RF Diagnostic Chamber
R&S®DVMS
Digital TV Monitoring Family
228
34
R&S®DVSG
Digital Video Signal Generator
233
E
R&S®EDS300
DME/Pulse Analyzer
R&S®EFL110/EFL120
Cable TV Analyzer and Leakage Detector
226
8
R&S®EFL240/EFL340
Portable TV Test Receiver
227
R&S®EMC32
EMC Measurement Software Platform
170
R&S®ENV216
Two-Line V-Network
178
R&S®ENV432
Four-Line V-Network
178
R&S®ENV4200
200 A Four-Line V-Network
178
R&S®ENY21/41/81
Two/Four/Eight-Wire Coupling Network
179
R&S®ENY81-CA6
Eight-Wire Coupling Network for Cable Category CAT 6
179
R&S®ES-SCAN
EMI Software
169
R&S®ESH2-Z2/-Z3
Voltage Probes
180
R&S®ESH2-Z31
Attenuator
180
R&S®ESH3-Z2
Pulse Limiter
180
R&S®ESH3-Z6
150 A Single-Line V-Network
178
R&S®ESL
EMI Test Receiver
159
R&S®ESR
EMI Test Receiver
157
R&S®ESRP
EMI Test Receiver
158
R&S®ESU
EMI Test Receiver
156
R&S®ESV-Z1
VHF Current Probe
181
R&S®ETH
Handheld TV Analyzer
224
R&S®ETL
TV Analyzer
223
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Type
Designation
R&S®ETC
Compact TV Analyzer
Page
R&S®EVS300
VOR/ILS Analyzer
R&S®EX-IQ-Box
Digital Signal Interface Module
R&S®EXBOX-Kxxx
Application-Specific Solutions (firmware or software – overview)
100
R&S®EZ-12
Antenna Impedance Converter
180
R&S®EZ-17
Current Probe
181
R&S®EZ-24
Ferrite Clamp
182
R&S®EZ-25
150 kHz Highpass Filter
180
225
7
99
F
R&S®FPS
Signal and Spectrum Analyzer
R&S®FPS-Kxxx
Application-Specific Solutions (firmware or software – overview)
R&S®FS-Zxx
External Mixers
67
R&S®FSC
Spectrum Analyzer
61
R&S®FSH3
Handheld Spectrum Analyzer
63
R&S®FSH
Handheld Spectrum Analyzer
64
R&S®FSL
Spectrum Analyzer
60
R&S®FSMR
Measuring Receiver
R&S®FSx-Kxxx
Application-Specific Solutions (firmware or software – overview)
R&S®FSUP
Signal Source Analyzer
56
R&S®FSV
Signal and Spectrum Analyzer
58
R&S®FSVR
Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer
57
R&S®FSW
Signal and Spectrum Analyzer
53
Phase Noise Analyzer and VCO Tester
54
R&S®FSWP
New
59
100
55
100
H
R&S®HF907
Double-Ridged Waveguide Horn Antenna
187
R&S®HK116E
Biconical Antenna
187
R&S®HL033/HL040
Log-Periodic Broadband Antenna
185
R&S®HL046E
High Gain Log-Periodic Antenna
185
R&S®HL050/HL050E/HL223
Log-Periodic Antennas
186
R&S®HL562E
ULTRALOG
187
R&S®HM020
Triple-Loop Antenna
186
R&S®HMC8012
Digital Multimeter
247
Power Analyzer
248
R&S®HMC804x
Power Supplies
237
R&S®HMF25xx
Arbitrary Function Generators
98
R&S®HMO
Compact Digital Oscilloscopes
44
R&S®HMO1002
Digital Oscilloscopes
46
Digital Oscilloscopes
45
R&S®HMC8015
R&S®HMO1202
New
New
R&S®HMO3000
Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes
R&S®HMP20x0
Programmable Two/Three-Channel Power Supply
238
Programmable Three/Four-Channel Power Supply
239
R&S®HMP40x0
R&S®HMS-X
New
Spectrum Analyzer
43
62
R&S®HZ-9
Power Supply
184
R&S®HZ-10
Shielded, Calibrated Magnetic Field Pickup Coil (MIL)
183
R&S®HZ-14, R&S®HZ-15
H Near-Field Probe Set, Probe Set for E and H Near-Field Emission M
­ easurements
183
R&S®HZ-16
Preamplifier
183
I/Q Data Recorder
244
Absorbing Clamp
182
R&S®NAP-Zx
Power Sensors
197
R&S®NRP2
Power Meter
189
Power Sensors
190
R&S®NRP-Zxx
Power Sensors
192
R&S®NRP-Z5
Sensor Hub
195
R&S®NRPC
Calibration Kits
196
R&S®NRPV
Virtual Power Meter
195
R&S®NRT/NRT-Zxx
Power Reflection Meter/Power Sensors
197
I
R&S®IQR
M
R&S®MDS-21
N
R&S®NRPxxS/SN
New
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Type
Designation
Page
O
R&S®OSP
Open Switch and Control Platform
241
R&S®ROMES4
Drive Test Software including Network Problem Analyzer R&S®ROMES4NPA
136
R&S®RSC
Step Attenuator
245
R&S®RTE
Digital Oscilloscope
38
R&S®RTM2000
Digital Oscilloscope
39
R&S®RTO
Digital Oscilloscope
R&S®RTO-Kxxx
Application-Specific Solutions (firmware or software – overview)
R&S®RT-Zxx
Oscilloscope Probes
R
37
100
41
S
R&S®Scope Rider
New
Handheld Digital Oscilloscope
40
R&S®SFC
Compact Modulator
218
R&S®SFC-U
USB Compact Modulator
219
R&S®SFE
Broadcast Tester
216
R&S®SFE100
Test Transmitter
217
R&S®SGS100A
SGMA RF Source
R&S®SGT100A
SGMA Vector RF Source
R&S®SGT-Kxxx
Application-Specific Solutions (firmware or software – overview)
R&S®SGU100A
SGMA Up-Converter
R&S®SLG
Satellite Load Generator
R&S®SMA100A
Signal Generator
93
R&S®SMB100A
RF and Microwave Signal Generator
94
R&S®SMBV100A
Vector Signal Generator
88
R&S®SMC100A
Signal Generator
95
R&S®SMF100A
Microwave Signal Generator
92
R&S®SMW200A
Vector Signal Generator
R&S®SMx-Kxxx
Application-Specific Solutions (firmware or software – overview)
R&S®SMZ
R&S®Spectrum Rider FPH
Frequency Multiplier
New
Handheld Spectrum Analyzer
90
89
100
91
222
87
100
96
66
R&S®Stream Libraries
Test Signal Libraries
235
SwissQual
Diversity Benchmarker II
132
SwissQual
Diversity Optimizer
138
NetQual NQDI II
144
SwissQual
NetQual NQDI Classic
145
SwissQual
NetQual NQView
146
SwissQual
NetQual NQWeb
147
SwissQual
QualiPoc Android
137
SwissQual
QualiPoc Freerider II
134
QualiPoc Freerider III
135
QualiPoc Remote Control
139
TCM Test Device Containment Module
133
R&S®T80-K1
System Software
163
R&S®TS-EMF
Portable EMF Measurement System
168
R&S®TS-ISC
In-System Calibration Kit
211
R&S®TS-ITS100
RF Conformance Test System for IEEE 802.11p
R&S®TS-LBS
Test System for Location Based Services
R&S®TS-PAM
Signal Analyzer Module
210
R&S®TS-PCA3
CompactTSVP Test and Measurement Chassis
203
R&S®TS-PCAL2
Calibration Module
211
R&S®TS-PDFT
Digital Functional Test Module
208
R&S®TS-PFG
Function Generator Module
210
R&S®TS-PICT
In-Circuit Test Extension
205
R&S®TS-PIO2
Analog and Digital I/O Module
209
R&S®TS-PIO3B
Digital I/O Module
208
R&S®TS-PMB
Switch Matrix Module
205
R&S®TS-PRIOx
Rear I/O Transmission Module
207
R&S®TS-PSAM
Analog Source and Measurement Module
205
SwissQual
SwissQual
SwissQual
SwissQual
New
New
New
New
T
25
27
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Appendix 
Type
Designation
Page
R&S®TS-PSC0
System Controller
204
System Controller
204
R&S®TS-PSC07
New
R&S®TS-PSC57
System Controller
204
R&S®TS-PSM1
Power Switching Module
205
R&S®TS-PSM2/3/4/5
Multiplex and Switch Module
206
R&S®TS-PSU/TS-PSU12
Power Supply and Load Module
210
R&S®TS-PTR
Signal Transmission Module
207
R&S®TS-PTRF
Signal Port and Transmission Module
208
R&S®TS-PWA3
PowerTSVP Switching Application Chassis
203
R&S®TS-PXM1
Switching Extension Module
208
R&S®TS-PXB2
Backplane Extension Module
209
R&S®TS-RRM
LTE and WCDMA RRM Test System
R&S®TS51GA30
Coverage Suitcase System
R&S®TS6600
Radar Test Generator
R&S®TS6710
TRM Radar Test System
R&S®TS712x
Shielded RF Test Chambers
35
R&S®TS8980
RF/RRM Test System for LTE, WCDMA and GSM
24
R&S®TS8991
OTA Performance Test System
29
R&S®TS8996
RSE Test System
30
R&S®TS8997
Regulatory Test System for Wireless Devices
R&S®TS9955
High-Performance Drive Test System
149
R&S®TS9975
EMI Test System
160
R&S®TS9980
EMS Test System for Audio and Video and TV Monitoring
163
R&S®TS9982
EMS Test System
164
Autonomous Mobile Network Scanner
140
R&S®TSME
Ultracompact Drive Test Scanner
141
R&S®TSMQ/TSMU/TSML
Radio Network Analyzers
143
R&S®TSMW
Universal Radio Network ­Analyzer
142
R&S®TSMX-PPS2
GPS Module
143
R&S®TSStream
Multi-TS Streaming Software
234
R&S®UPP
Audio Analyzer
200
R&S®UPV
Audio Analyzer
199
R&S®UPZ
Audio Switcher
201
Video Test Center/Video Tester/Compact Video Tester
232
Simulation Software
113
Manual Calibration Kits
129
Millimeter-Wave Converters
125
R&S®ZN-Z15x/ZN-Z51
Automatic Calibration Units
130
R&S®ZN-Z84
Switch Matrix
129
Switch Matrix
129
R&S®ZNB
Vector Network Analyzer
119
R&S®ZNBT
Vector Network Analyzer
120
R&S®ZNC
Vector Network Analyzer
121
R&S®ZND
Vector Network Analyzer
122
Automated Test Software
128
High Dynamic Receivers for VNAs
127
R&S®ZV-WRxx
Waveguide Calibration Kits
130
R&S®ZV-Z170/135/129, ZV-Z2xx
Calibration Kits
129
R&S®ZV-Z3xx/ZV-Z4xx/ZV-Z5x
Verification Kits
130
R&S®ZVA-Zxxx
Millimeter-Wave Converters
126
R&S®ZVA
Vector Network Analyzer
117
R&S®ZVAX-TRM
Extension Unit
129
R&S®ZVH
Cable and Antenna Analyzer
124
R&S®ZVL
Vector Network Analyzer
123
R&S®ZVT
Multiport Vector Network Analyzer
118
R&S®TSMA
New
26
148
10
9
31
U
V
R&S®VTC/VTE/VTS
W
R&S®WinIQSIM2™
Z
R&S®ZCAN
R&S®ZCxxx
R&S®ZN-Z85
R&S®ZNrun
RPG ZRX
New
New
New
New
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Test & Measurement
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Phase Noise Analyzer and VCO Tester
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