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Bit Master

The Anritsu Bit Master Eye Pattern Analyzer was created especially with engineers in design, manufacturing, and field organizations in mind. The Anritsu Bit Master measures eye pattern measurements between 0.1 and 12.5 Gbps. This product will aid engineers in fine-tuning, verifying, and troubleshooting their designs. The most useful features of the Bit Master Eye Pattern Analyzer are: the two electrical channel inputs of 25 GHz bandwidth, the affordable price, a rechargeable Li-Ion Battery, an optional internal clock recovery unit, measurements updated at 100 ksamples/sec., and the eye pattern and trigger-less pulse pattern displays of high speed signals. Further benefits of using the handheld Bit Master include its light weight design (less than 4 kg.), small size (315x 211 x 78 mm), and 2 GB of available storage (more than 1,000 measurement setups). There is also an Optional Secure Data Operation (Opion 007), which can come in handy for classified environments.

The Anritsu Bit Master Eye Pattern Analyzer possesses high quality performance, many beneficial features, and is almost half the cost of sampling oscilloscopes. This model allows engineers to increase their productivity rates by testing eye pattern measurements in their workplace or on the go because of its small, lightweight design and handheld capabilities. 

BTS Master

The Anritsu BTS Master Base Station Analyzers MT8221B and MT8222B are utilized for installation and maintenance of wireless networks. The BTS Master series has many capabilities for the Spectrum and Interference Analyzer such as: the option to measure Phase Noise, Occupied Bandwidth, Signal Strength, ACPR, C/I, and Channel Power. The Cable and Antenna Analyzers can measure RL, VSWR, Cable Loss, DTF, Phase, and Gain. The frequency range for the Anritsu BTS Master is 400 MHz to 4 GHz for the MT8221B and 400 MHz to 6 GHz for the MT8222B model. The highlights of this series include: gated sweep, line sweep tools, a standard GPS receiver, an internal power meter, a PIM Analyzer, Zero-span IF Output, an Ethernet/ USB data transfer, USB power sensors up to 26 GHz, less than 5 minute warm-up time, a remote access tool, and a dynamic range > 95 dB.

The Anritsu BTS Master series has a measurement speed of less than 4.5 ms/data point, is only 12.4 in. x 8.3 in. x 3.7 in., and weighs less than 11 pounds, which makes the series an efficient, compact, and portable option for users. The Anritsu BTS Master Base Station Analyzers can support 4G standards and 2g/3G networks.

Cell Master

The Anritsu Cell Master Base Station Analyzer series is designed for installation and maintenance of wireless networks for cell site technicians and RF engineers. The series is comprised of two handheld Base Station Analyzers: the MT8212E and the MT8213E. The Anritsu Cell Master has options for 2G, 3G, and 4G cellular networks. The highlights are: coverage mapping, GPS information on stored traces, a 3 hour battery operation time, E1, T1, T3 Backhaul Analyzer, an Interference Analyzer, and USB Power Sensors (4 GHz to 26 GHz). The Cell Master has an 8.4 inch daylight viewable touchscreen and a dynamic range > 102 dB.

The frequency range for the Anritsu Cell Master series varies slightly between the two models. The frequency range is 2 MHz to 4 GHz for the MT8212E and 2 MHz to 6 GHz for the MT8213E. The measurement capabilities for the Cell Master include: RL, VSWR, cable Loss, DTF, Phase, Occupied Bandwidth, Channel Power, ACPR, and C/I. The Cell Master Base Station Analyzers employ three methods to ensure the performance of a base station transmitter: measuring RF Quality, Modulation Quality, and Downlink Coverage Quality. These three methods enable cell site technicians and RF engineers to efficiently test and verify the installation and commissioning of base stations and cell sites.

Data Analyzer

The Anritsu Data Analyzers series has two different types of analyzers: Data Analyzers and Jitter Analyzers. The MP1630B Data Analyzer is included in the first group. The MP1630B is useful for a variety of applications and renders an oscilloscope useless with its ability to measure the threshold margin and the phase margin at a specific error rate. These results can be exhibited in an eye margin diagram. The MP1632C Data Analyzer is a high performance digital data analyzer which can be used for inspecting digital transmission systems, optical modules, and logic devices. The MP1632C has a frequency range of 10 MHz to 3.2 GHz.

The second type of analyzers in the Anritsu Data Analyzer series includes the MP1777A and the MP1797A Jitter Analyzers. The MP1777A Jitter Analyzer evaluates how a DUT operates without causing an error when the jitter amplitude is increased; this product can be used in many ways, such as: the development of STM-64/OC-192 transmission equipment and optical modules presently being installed in submarine transmission systems and main land network lines. The MP1797A Jitter Analyzer also measures jitter characteristics which are used to assess digital transmissions. While evaluating jitter measurements, the model can cover 100 Hz to 80MHz.

Economy Spectrum Analyzer

 Anritsu's new MS271xA/B Economy Microwave Spectrum Analyzers offer predominant execution and propelled capacities. Covering the 9 kHz to 7.1, 13 and 20 GHz extends, the MS271xA/B family effectively handles most RF and microwave range analyzer needs. The sign of the MS271xA/B family is the remarkable phase noise execution. The predominant dynamic scope of 100 dB guarantees quick and exact testing of remote parts that require remarkable linearity. The wide 10 MHz demodulation transmission capacity underpins discretionary GSM, CDMA, W-CDMA, W-CDMA/HSDPA, EVDO, WiMAX and TD-SCDMA estimations. The best part is that the MS271xA/B family is ergonomically outlined so controls are anything but difficult to learn for enhanced profitability in assembling, R&D, and universally useful testing.

With the greater part of its estimation execution and capacity, the MS271xA/B Economy Microwave Spectrum Analyzer Family is not restricted to the creation floor. The propelled abilities and moderate execution of the MS271xB Economy Microwave Spectrum Analyzers guarantee a smooth change from configuration to creation, enhancing time-to-showcase as well as time-to-volume productivity. 

Handheld Analyzer

The Anritsu Handheld Spectrum Analyzers series is ideal for field environments when finding, categorizing, keeping track of, and resolving communications systems issues while maintaining precision and exactness. The Anritsu Handheld Spectrum Analyzers provide high-quality results in RF and physical environments for spectrum monitoring, broadcast proofing, interference analysis, RF and microwave measurements, regulatory compliance, and Wi-Fi and wireless network measurements. This series has measurement capabilities which encompass from 50 Hz to 110 GHz. If external mixing solutions are introduced, coverage can be extended as far as 325 GHz. The MS2712E and MS2713E Spectrum Analyzers have similar features: a dynamic range >102 dB in 1 Hz RBW, a high accuracy power meter, coverage mapping, a tracking generator, and a daylight viewable screen. The MS2724C Spectrum Analyzer covers a frequency range of 9 kHz to 20 GHz and a dynamic range of >104 dB in 1 Hz RBW. The MS2711E Spectrum Analyzer has a dynamic range of >85 dB in 100 Hz RBW, can store 2000 traces, has a touchscreen keyboard, and a less than 5 minute warm-up time. The MS2724B model has a frequency range of 9 kHz to 20 GHz, Ethernet/USB date transfer capabilities, gated sweep, and a high accuracy power meter. 

MT9083 Series

The Anritsu ACCESS Master MT9083 Series eliminates the necessity of experts carrying around multiple types of test equipment, such as OTDRs, light sources, optical power meters, and visible light sources. The ACCESS Master MT9083 Series consists of three models with varying specifications. The MT9083A is the most basic model and can support up to 38 dB, the MT9083B is slightly more advanced with the capability of reaching 42 dB, and the MT9083C is the highest performing model which can extend as far as 45 dB. The MT9083 Series measures fibers over 200 km. This series is portable and durable enough to endure the outside plant environment without being damaged. This series has every measurement function that could be anticipated for optical fiber construction and maintenance. The ACCESS Master MT9083 Series has 440 MB of storage, but with a USB added it can extend to 512 MB. A few of the greatest features of the ACCESS Master MT9083 Series include: high resolution and dynamic range, a battery life of up to 8 hours, analysis software which identifies problem splices, two types of display screens easily viewable inside or outside, the ability to test multiple wavelengths, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, a graphical summary, and a unique password protection option for classified files. 

Network Analyzer

The Anritsu Network Analyzer series consists of three products: the MD1260A, the MS4630B, and the MW9076B4. The MD1260A Ethernet Analyzer is designed for manufacturing inspection of transmission equipment supporting 40G/100G ethernet and connecting and authorizing networks. This model ensures high-speed networks’ superiority, is capable of being connected to as many as 16 MD1260A products, and can use OTU4-GMP mapping. The MS4630B Network Analyzer is ideal for electronics production lines which request quick and precise measurements with a frequency range of 10 Hz to 300 MHz. The MS4630B is great for high-speed evaluation of IF filter resonance and group delay characteristics. This Network Analyzer has a sweep speed of 150, a dynamic range of 120 dB, and can even simultaneously display the measured passband and spurious band data, which was not available on previous models. The MW9076B4 is small, light, and an ease for users to utilize its many functions. This model contains a large 8.4 inch TFT-LCD display screen, a lithium ion battery, a rotary encoder to effortlessly transfer markers, and a connector for external CRT. The MW9076B4 also has a useful option to view measured and saved data on the same screen to compare results. The differences can be shown as a waveform to display distance and level variances.

Network Master

The Anritsu Network Master MT1000A is a compact product of less than 3.5 kg., designed for installation and maintenance of communications networks, and covering speeds of 1.5 Mbps to 10 Gbps. This model also supports communication networks up to 10G, has a time synchronization measurement with GPS clock, fiber status monitoring, and comes equipped with Uplink and Downlink spectrum measurements for cell sites. The Anritsu MT1000A possesses a 9 inch display screen easily viewable both inside and outside to enhance portability, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/LAN connectivity options, and multiple remote-control options, making it easy to control on the go. This model is made to last and can withstand being transported and used in outdoor environments. Some useful information to know about the MT1000A is the following: the model has a 10.8 V rechargeable Li-ion battery, a standard operating time of around 4 hours, a charging time ranging from 3 to 6 hours on average, and an operating temperature range of 0 to +45 degrees C. The Anritsu Network Master MT1000A has many great measurement functions, such as: optical power, spectrogram, layer 2 alarms, SFP Data, and spectrum. Functions of the Network Master can be modified on an as needed basis by the user. 

PIM Master

 The Anritsu PIM Master (Passive Intermodulation) Analyzer series is designed to commission and maintain global wireless networks. The Anritsu PIM Master series has the perfect tools to assess performance at access sites such as Remote Radio Head (RRH) installations or indoor Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS). The compact and light size makes it easy to perform PIM testing without worrying about substantial lifting. The Distance-to-PIM feature (DTP), a standard feature for all models in the Anritsu PIM Master series, enables experts to discover the location of PIM faults inside the feed system and RF interconnects. Distance-to-PIM is the only feature that can spot the location of: dirty, corroded, over torqued, and microscopic arcing connectors, and PIM outside the antenna system. However, PIM measurements and Line Sweep measurements should both be used to confirm the quality of an antenna feed line because a PIM test cannot measure VSWR. One of the unique options of the MW82119B PIM Master is the cable and antenna analyzer (Option 331) and a frequency range of 2 MHz to 3 GHz. This model can measure RL, VSWR, Cable Loss, DTF, and Phase. The Anritsu PIM Master can perform measurements such as: PIM versus Time, Noise Floor, Swept PIM, and Distance-to-PIM. 


The Anritsu ACCESS Master MT9080 Series is ideal for metro area FTTx access network testing; the series has an optical power measurement function and a light source throughout each model. The visible light source has a wavelength of 650 nm and an optical output > -3 dBm. The Anritsu ACCESS Master MT9080 Series contains products with a dynamic range from 22 dB to 26.5 dB. This series was created for professionals connecting and sustaining fiber links to the premises (FTTP), home (FTTH), or curb (FTTC). The keypad is easy to use; with one-button measurements for testing, metro-area precision is guaranteed. The Anritsu MT9080 Series is lighter and smaller than previous series. A few of the most useful features are: the ability to narrow down the locations of adjacent fault points, an integrated OTDR and optical power meter function, the ability to reach 1 m event dead zone (useful for short-distance optical fiber assessment in FTTx applications, IP Network Connectivity Check Function (Option 001), and optical pulse testing. One thing to keep in mind is that while operating an MT9080 Series product with a hardware version of 2 or later, the visible light source and IP network connectivity check functions can be installed simultaneously.

The Anritsu ACCESS Master MT9081 Series is an upgraded version of the MT9080 Series, which is more basic, did not have an IP test function, and had a lower dynamic range. The ACCESS Master MT9081 Series is created for last-mile FTTx metro access network testing and short- and long-haul fiber test and maintenance applications. The Anritsu ACCESS Master MT9081 Series is ideal for experts installing and sustaining fiber links to the premises (FTTP), home (FTTH), or curb (FTTC). Typical features consist of an integrated OTDR, light source, and optical power meter function, which improves the maintenance function. The ACCESS Master MT9081 Series has an optional Ethernet/IP test capability which can measure download speed up to full wire rate for 10M/100M BASE-TX or 1000BASE-T connections. This ensures that FTTX network performance can be assessed accurately, without being distorted by a PC. The keypad is easy to navigate with one-button measurements, which deliver metro-area analysis and precision. The 38.5 dB dynamic range ensures its usability on fiber lengths as long as 94 miles (150 km), which complies with most OTDR specifications. The operating temperature ranges from 0 to +40 degrees C, while the storage temperature ranges from -20 to +60 degrees C. 

The Anritsu ACCESS Master MT9083 Series eliminates the necessity of experts carrying around multiple types of test equipment, such as OTDRs, light sources, optical power meters, and visible light sources. The ACCESS Master MT9083 Series consists of three models with varying specifications. The MT9083A is the most basic model and can support up to 38 dB, the MT9083B is slightly more advanced with the capability of reaching 42 dB, and the MT9083C is the highest performing model which can extend as far as 45 dB. The MT9083 Series measures fibers over 200 km. This series is portable and durable enough to endure the outside plant environment without being damaged. This series has every measurement function that could be anticipated for optical fiber construction and maintenance. The ACCESS Master MT9083 Series has 440 MB of storage, but with a USB added it can extend to 512 MB. A few of the greatest features of the ACCESS Master MT9083 Series include: high resolution and dynamic range, a battery life of up to 8 hours, analysis software which identifies problem splices, two types of display screens easily viewable inside or outside, the ability to test multiple wavelengths, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, a graphical summary, and a unique password protection option for classified files. 

37000A Series

The 37000A Vector Network Analyzer series is a cleared recurrence signal generator series that delivers a stage bolted (and leveled) output motion inside a scope of 22.5 MHz to 20 GHz. All Series 372XXA VNA models utilize phase lock control of the signal source module with the goal that the output recurrence is exact and stable. The output flag is stage bolted by the – 6 MHz/volt control flag from the A8 Source Lock/Separation Control PCB Assembly. All Series 37000A VNA models utilize a solitary YIG-tuned oscillator to deliver key recurrence source signals from 2.0 to 20 GHz. All other yield frequencies are received from the principal frequencies produced by the YIG-tuned oscillator. The flag source yield frequencies for the low end bit of the recurrence extend (22.5 MHz to 2.0 GHz) are created by changing over YIG crucial flags in the scope of 6.3225 to 8.3 GHz.

The signal source output frequencies for the high end portion of the frequency range (20 to 40 GHz) are produced by the Switched Double Module that doubles the YIG fundamental signals in the range of 10 to 20 GHz. The Switched Double Module (SDM) is located in the Test Set Module. The A21A2 Source Control PCB assembly provides all bias and control signals for the SDM. Among the main highlights this series offers are: Fast Sweeping Synthesized Source, Solid-State Transfer Switch, Four Channel Receiver, LRL/LRM Calibration, Fast Measurement Throughput via GPIB, Auto Reversing Test Set, Four Independent Displays, Internal Hard and Floppy Disk Drives and Adapter Removal Calibrations.

37000B Series

The Anritsu 37000B series of Microwave Vector Network Analyzers are devices created to quickly and efficiently measure S-parameters within the 22.5 MHz to 65 GHz range. The 37000B series makes passive device measurements accurately. The 37217B is a less costly choice for low-microwave component assessment as high as 8.6 GHz. The other models in the Anritsu 37000B series offer a wider frequency range at a higher cost. Each model in the series is comprised of a sweeping synthesized source, an auto-reversing S-parameter test set, and a receiver with four channels. Every device in the Anritsu 37000B series also has an internal floppy drive with 1.44 MB. This series of Microwave VNAs has measurement update rates faster than 3 ms per point. A few of the great benefits of this series include: the remote programming function, the small size (10.5 x 17 x 23 inches), a wide dynamic range, the cost-effective ability to upgrade a specific model to another in the series, the internal floppy disk drive, frequency accuracy, and much more. The Anritsu 37000B series also has many options available if the user needs additional features, such as: a rack mount, high-speed time domain capability, an external hard disk drive, and reference loop extension cables. 

37000C Series

The 37000C series vector network analyzers offer the vast set of measurement capabilities. The frequency measurement range spans around 22.5 MHz to 65 GHz. The 37000C Network Analyzers incorporate the multiple source control capability, which enables ratio measurements. These measurements are carried out at the same input and output frequency. It also allows the user to control two sources separately and offers the amplitude and phase tracking capability of the signals.

The 37000C network analyzer enables the calibration for the power flatness. It allows adjusting the output power at each measurement point. Thus, constant power is provided at test port across well-defined frequency span. The network analyzer comes with four measurement channels. The user can perform analysis in the frequency domain and high-speed time domain. It also offers four levels of IF bandwidth. It has the values of 10 KHz, 1 KHz, 100 Hz and 10 Hz. The user can also utilize six markers. These are independent of each other. They help to read out measurement data with more ease and can point out filter parameters that are critical. It does so automatically. The 37000C Vector Network Analyzers has an 8.5 inch LCD display screen on each model.

37000D Series

The Anritsu Lightning 37000D Vector Network Analyzer series are versatile microwave and millimeter-wave analyzing gadgets, optimized to satisfy the evolving challenges which technicians in the satellite, radar, and other high speed module markets are constantly experiencing. The Lightning 37000D Vector Network Analyzers (VNAs) are engineered with new and amazing features that increase output, while at the same time providing a broader spectrum of regular application functions that are highly suitable for technicians, who are poised towards the invention of improved designs.

 The 37300D (premium) models are high performance two-port VNA models with features that include gain compression, internal bias tees, step attenuators and an extended power range. The 37300D series have 4 frequency range options: 20 GHz (37347D), 40 GHz (37369D), 50 GHz (37377D), and 65 GHz (37397D).  They are designed for both active and passive device applications. Where utility is paramount, a 37300D VNA model is a perfect device. The 37200D (standard) series also have two ports, but are designed to analyze passive applications. Just like the 37300D series, they are also available in 4 frequency range options which are 20 GHz (37247D), 40 GHz (37269D), 50 GHz (37277D), and 65 GHz (37297D).

However, a set of application features like Multiple Source Control mode and Frequency Offset, E/O and O/E measurements, High Stability Frequency Reference, Embed/De-embed Application, NxN Calibration, Rear Panel IF Inputs, and 1Hz Frequency Resolution are universal to both series.

37000E Series

The Lighting 37000E series consists of micro and millimeter-wave Vector Network Analyzers to address the expanding needs of satellite, RADAR, Defense, and Broadband communications markets. This series offers complete measurement solutions from 20, 40, or 65 GHz, as there are three different kinds of models available, each with a diverse operating range. The 37000E series consists of models with a capability to perform analysis for both the active and passive devices, while the other models can perform analysis for passive component test applications alone.

This range and its products are ideal for those who are looking for multipurpose and versatile testing solutions. Each model from the Anritsu 37000E series, can be employed for testing needs like Amplifier Testing, Multiport Testing, measurements across Optoelectronic devices, Embedding and de-embedding, etc.

The instruments in this series are made capable of handling several type of graphs including but not limited to, Linear Magnitude, Real and Imaginary, Group Delay and Log Polar etc. These charts are displayed through a comprehensive and colored LCD. The Anritsu Lightning 37000E is capable of connecting to a personal computer directly, and thus the user could always enjoy several benefits of working with measured values on a computer.

54100A Series

The 54100A Series of Scalar Network Analyzers incorporates models and estimation segments from 1 MHz to 110 GHz. Estimation Modes: Transmission (dB), Return Loss (dB), Precision Return Loss (dB), SWR (straight SWR), Power (dBm), discretionary Distance-To-Fault (feet or meters) and Relative Group Delay (ns). This series can offer a recurrence Range between 1 MHz to 50GHz. The most widely recognized failure in a microwave radio connection is the transmission line, the waveguide and additionally coaxial links which associate radio hardware to the reception apparatuses. With the 54100A Arrangement discretionary Distance-To-Fault (DTF) Software, the user can introduce and keep up tower hardware with certainty. Programmed against associating programming and windowing channels guarantee the tops on the DTF show are truly there, not incorrect blame signs caused by re-reflections.

Among the main features of this series, you can find: fast, exact estimation of transmission, return misfortune, exactness return loss, SWR, amass delay, total influence, and DTF, built-in computerization highlights including DTF, and transmission and return loss (or SWR).