Anritsu Spectrum Master MS2720T Spectrum Analyzer

Operating convenience is of paramount importance when equipment is used in the field.

To achieve greater operating convenience several parameters are tied to related parameters. The input attenuation value by default is tied to the reference level, reducing the number of parameters a field technician may have to set. Also the RBW/VBW ratio and the span/RBW ratio default to values that meet most user’s needs but can be changed by users to meet specific needs, further easing the technician’s burden and reducing the chances of errors.

Measurement flexibility is important for lab use. Resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth can be independently set to meet a user’s measurement needs. In addition the input attenuator value can be set by the user and the preamplifier can be turned on or off as needed.

For maximum flexibility, sweeping can be set to free run, or to do a single sweep. In zero span, the sweep can free run, be set to trigger when a signal meets or exceeds a certain power level or it can be externally triggered. The span can be set anywhere from 10 Hz to 9, 13, 20, 32 or 43 GHz in addition to zero span.

Continuous frequency coverage from 9 kHz to 43 GHz with option 743 gives the wireless professional the performance you need for the most demanding measurements.

Whether your need is for spectrum monitoring, hidden signal detection, RF and microwave signal measurements, microwave backhaul testing or cellular signal measurements, the Spectrum Master family gives you the tools you need to make the job easier and more productive. Improved phase noise and faster sweep speeds earn this instrument a home on the lab bench for general purpose spectrum analyzer measurements.

The built-in AM/FM/SSB demodulator simplifies the job of identifying interfering signals.

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