Anritsu MS2713E Spectrum Master; 9 kHz to 6 GHz Spectrum Analyzer. Supplied with 3 year warranty coverage.
The Anritsu MS2713E spectrum analyzer is a wide band, very sensitive receiver. It works on the principle of "super-heterodyne receiver" to convert higher frequencies (normally ranging up to several 10s of GHz) to measurable quantities. The received frequency spectrum is slowly swept through a range of pre-selected frequencies, converting the selected frequency to a measurable DC level (usually logarithmic scale), and displaying the same on the CRT of the Anritsu MS2713E. The CRT displays received signal strength (y-axis) against frequency ( x-axis).
Some applications for Anritsu MS2713E Spectrum Analyzers include Site Monitoring: Verify that the frequency and signal strength of your transmitter is accurate. Interference: Before a system is installed you use a Anritsu MS2713E spectrum analyzer to verify that the frequencies (you plan to use) are not occupied or if the presence of a very strong signal will interfere with your new setup. Interference can be created by a number of different situations. Other tests that utilize the Anritsu MS2713E spectrum analyzer features include antenna isolation, co-channel interference, adjacent channel power, occupied bandwidth, intermodulation, microwave or satellite antenna alignment, and characterization of components.
Made In USA
2G/3G/4G Signal Analyzer
Features and Options
•Indoor and outdoor coverage mapping (available on MS2712E/13Eonly)
•Field-proven design: three-hour battery, rugged, compact, lightweight
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