The main radio network of the site master S820E, with frequency options of 1 MHz - 8, 14, 20, 30 and 40 GHz, it is the most advanced site master. The available options for the Analyzer Networks (VNA) and Voltmeter (VVM) allow users to easily extend the S820E's versatility at any time. Adding options to the S820E is a hassle, you want simply buy the options, and install the activation keys that provided by Anritsu. No need to send the tool to a service department because all of the hardware and calibration required before leaving the factory was made for the S820E.
The S820E has the highest level of manual radio network analyzer in its class, and more standard measurement capabilities than other similar products. Currently, the Video Inspection Probe (firmware version V1.17 or greater) (VIP) software users can check the fiber connections and perform the Pass / Fail test as standard IEC 61300-3-35 in addition to the old coaxial / size The waveguide is currently supported by the S820E. All that is required to check the fiber interface is an Anritsu compatible with the USB Video Inspection Probe (sold separately), such as the G0306A 400x USB VIP. VIP results may be saved as image files, measurement files, or converted to PDF reports directly from your device. Measuring files obtained with the S820E VIP mode are fully compatible with the Anritsu wired visual testing products, such as the MT1000A Network Master Pro Award, MT1100A Network Master Flex, and the MT9000 series of OTDR products.
Full-back VNA mode, 4 S-Parameter provides simultaneous measurement capability with a customizable quad display. The industry standard produces compatibility with S2P file format (3 S2P file types are available). S2P files can be imported into the VNA Benchtop Anritsu (Vector Star ™ and Shock Line ™) for ease of comparison of field and lab values.
VM Mode with A / B and B / A capability compared to S820E is used as a droplet replacement for Old Voltmeters Vector.
The VVM Mode also directly supports reflection / transfer measurements that eliminates to the need for an external CW source and external connections, bridges or slots. Vector Error Correction can be used to measure reflections or transmissions, which provides absolute measurement data for the DUT, as well as any cables, adapters, or equipment that may be required to connect directly to the DUT. Multi-display mode is also available to facilitate easy comparison with other common types of measurements, and the manual table viewer allows simultaneous measurement of up to 12 DUT and 1 reference, which is very useful for setting up multi-array antenna systems. Provides industry-leading dynamic range, measurable stability, and excellent repeatability, while system failure is inevitable, this is suitable for installing and verifying critical gradients.
Using advanced prototyping technology, our Premium Vector Star VNA models and our latest Shock Line ™ VNA models are used. The S820E delivers the benchtop radio network performance in a compact handheld package. Handheld wireless network cables and analytics / analytics of market vectors on the market today cannot match the dynamic range performance of the S820E models. With 110 dB of dynamic range up to 40 GHz, the S820E even surpasses the previous generation VNA Benchtop performance. Modern connectivity options (USB, Ethernet), as well as full remote control capabilities.
The S820E replaces the previous S810D / S820D network cable and analyzes the antenna and brings all the capabilities of these models. The S820E also includes a "classic mode" that allows former users of the S8X0D Series to immediately produce the manufacturer with the least extra effort.
A built-in help menu provides easy access to help and also includes a full user guide.
The ability to measure the standard 1 port includes:
Loss of cable
Loss of return to distance
VSWR distance with error
Hi-Precision RF Power (USB Sensor Required)
The ability to measure standard 2 ports includes:
Measure two port transmissions
2-port transmission measurements (output sensors required)
Drop Cable Voltage 2 ports (Output Sensor Required)
Optional network vector analyzer capabilities include:
Completely reversible, no need to change the DUT to measure S12 and S22
Simultaneous measurement of all 4 S-Parameters for a 2-port device
Four-screen customizable 1.2-3 or 4-track display tracking format with any combination of tracking covers
A large selection of graph types, including impedance impedance and obscure impedance resistance
IFBW selection from 10 Hz to 100 kHz in 1/2/5 format
Save S2P files (3 formats), measurement files (.svna), screenshots (.png), CSV and TXT files
The reference bandwidth (both ports) also has a compensation
The user defined arbitrary data points is not limited to the fixed choice
Insert (user selection on / off) reduces the need for re-calibration
Independent tracking coordination, markers, constraints, and pass / fail tests
Optional Vector Voltmeter capabilities include:
Error Vector Corrected Reflection and Transmission for accurate measurements of devices
The A / B or B / A capability can be used as a droplet replacement for the legacy Vector Voltmeter.
IFBW variable variable from 10 Hz - 100 kHz to optimize performance
Flexible measurement formats include:
LogMag & Phase
LinMag & Phase
The display of the simultaneous measurement table is from 12 + 1 reference machines
Several stored file formats such as .vvm, CSV (.csv), text (.txt) or image (.png)
Measuring the loss of a 2-port transmission cable and using the USB external sensor allows users to measure carefully the loss of long cables and waveguide assemblies, each end of the assembly being away from each other. Sensors may extend up to 85 meters (278 feet) using the Anritsu USB Extender (2000-1717-R) and the appropriate length of the UTP Cat 6 cable. Anritsu offers a 22.5-meter cable Cat 5e (2100-28-R) to meet the most needs of the program.
The patented RF interference method allows for accurate measurement in the presence of high RF activity. Whatever the size of the coaxial and waveguide is supported.
Internal architecture on the one hand to provide cutting edge performance, 4 fully reverse-vector receivers, Vector 2 port analysis. This architecture allows future upgrade options that extend the most powerful capabilities of this tool to prove its future investment for the coming years.
The Sweep Line Tool (LST) is a free software tool that analyzes the trends, problems, and performance of the system in addition to generating a professional report.