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   ANRITSU MS2034B   Description / Specification:    
ANRITSU MS2034B 4 GHz VNA Master Handheld Vector Network/ Spectrum Analyzer

The Anritsu MS2034B VNA Master is a compact handheld solution to address cable, antenna, component, and signal analysis needs in the field. The VNA Master model offers benchtop accuracy and high performance S-parameter measurements in portable form. With frequency coverage from 500 kHz up to 4 GHz in a truly handheld, battery-operated, rugged, multi-function instrument, the VNA Master also provides a field-friendly touchscreen user interface.
Includes a spectrum analyzer which multiplies user convenience by combining both a VNA and a separate spectrum analyzer into a single measurement powerhouse for the harsh RF and physical environments of field test. Whether it is for spectrum monitoring, broadcast proofing, interference analysis, RF and microwave measurements, regulatory compliance, 3G/4G, Land Mobile Radio, or wireless data network measurements, this VNA/Spectrum Analyzer combination is the ideal instrument for making fast and reliable measurements in the field.

Frequency Range: 500 kHz to 4 GHz.
Frequency Accuracy: 2.5 ppm.
Frequency Resolution: 1 Hz.
Test Port Power High Port Power:
  +3 dBm 500 kHz to < 3 GHz,
  0 dBm 3 GHz to 4 GHz.
Test Port Power Low Port Power: -25 dBm.
Maximum Input (Damage Level ) VNA Port 1 or 2: +23 dBm, ± 50 VDC.
Transmission Dynamic Range: 2 MHz to ≤ 4 GHz.
Sweep Speed (Typical): 500 kHz to 6 GHz, 850 μs/point.
Noise Floor:
  500 kHz to 3 GHz -100 dBm,
  3 GHz to 4 GHz -103 dBm.
Interference Immunity:
  On-Channel +17 dBm at > 1.0 MHz from carrier frequency,
  On-Frequency 0 dBm within ± 10 kHz of the carrier frequency.

Measurement Parameters: S11, S21.
Number of Traces Four: TR1, TR2, TR3, TR4.
Domains: Frequency Domain, Distance Domain.
Frequency: Start Frequency, Stop Frequency, Center Frequency, Span.
Distance: Start Distance, Stop Distance.
Frequency Sweep Type Linear: Single Sweep, Continuous.
Data Points: 2 to 4001 (arbitrary setting); data points can be reduced without recalibration.

Spectrum Analyzer.
Frequency Range: 9 kHz to 4 GHz (tunable to 0 Hz).
Tuning Resolution: 1 Hz.
Frequency Span: 10 Hz to 4 GHz including zero span.
Sweep Time Minimum: 100 ms, 7 μs to 3600 s in zero span.
Resolution Bandwidth (RBW): 10 Hz to 3 MHz in 1-3 sequence ± 10% (1 MHz max in zero-span) (-3 dB bandwidth).
Video Bandwidth (VBW): 1 Hz to 3 MHz in 1-3 sequence (-3 dB bandwidth) (auto or manually selectable).
Dynamic Range: > 102 dB (2.4 GHz), 2/3 (TOI-DANL) in 1 Hz RBW.
Reference Level Range: -150 dBm to +30 dBm.
Attenuator Range: 0 dB to 55 dB in 5 dB steps.
Maximum Continuous Input: +30 dBm.

-0010 Built-in Bias-Tee, +12 V to +32 V variable.
-0015 Vector Voltmeter.
-0019 High Accuracy Power Meter (requires external USB sensor, sold separately).
-0025 Interference Analyzer.
-0027 Channel Scanner.
-0031 GPS Receiver.
-0431 Coverage Mapping.
-0509 AM/FM/PM Demodulation Analyzer.


Related RF Terms and Definitions. For a complete list go to our  Terms and Definitions Page.

Average Power
Average power means that the energy transfer rate is to be averaged over many periods of the lowest frequency involved. For a CW signal, the lowest frequency and highest frequency are the same, so average power and power are the same. For an amplitude modulated wave, the power must be averaged over many periods of the modulation component of the signal as well.

A harmonic of a wave is a component frequency of the signal that is an integer multiple of the fundamental frequency, i.e. if the fundamental frequency is f, the harmonics have frequencies 2f, 3f, 4f, . . . etc.

Phase Noise
Phase noise is the frequency domain representation of rapid, short-term, random fluctuations in the phase of a waveform, caused by time domain instabilities. Phase noise (L(f)) is typically expressed in units of dBc/Hz, representing the noise power relative to the carrier contained in a 1 Hz bandwidth centered at a certain offsets from the carrier.

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