VNA Master MS2037C (5 kHz to 15 GHz)
- Ultimate accuracy with 12-term error correction
- User-defined Quad Display for viewing all 4 S-Parameters
- 350 μs/data point sweep speed
+ Spectrum Analyzer (9 kHz to 15 GHz)
- Measure: Occupied Bandwidth, Channel Power, ACPR, C/I
- DANL: –160 dBm in 1 Hz RBW
- Dynamic Range: > 104 dB in 1 Hz RBW
- Burst Detect
The VNA Master MS2037C is Anritsu s mid-tier model of the the MS202xC/3xC family, offering Vector Network Analyzer frequency coverage from 5 kHz to 15 GHz PLUS a Spectrum Analyzer covering 9 kHz to 15 GHz. The VNA Master MS2037C offers a high-performance spectrum analyzer with ultra-low noise floor. Based on Anritsu’s industry-leading handheld platform, the VNA Master MS2037C offers unmatched measurement capabilities and precision; reducing the number of different tools needed to analyze modern communication systems on land, sea, air and in space.
Equally impressive, this measurement tool offers the industry s first 12-term error correction algorithm in a handheld VNA. With a typical measurement speed of 350 µsec per point, this is ideally suited for tuning filters in the field, where multiple S-parameters often interact during tuning. Using a 3-receiver architecture, the MS2037C can measure and display all 4 S-parameters at once with with a single connection to the DUT.
RF engineers and technicians in the field provide installation and maintenance support for aerospace, defense, and general purpose communication systems around the world. These might typically include radars on Navy and Coast Guard ships, communications on Army vehicles, flight-line test on Air Force, Marine, and commercial aircraft. They support VHF Omni-directional Range (VOR) antennas in radio navigational systems globally. They will be routinely faced with a wide variety of system elements that can cause failures in the overall system: antennas, cables, filters, multiplexers, amplifiers, isolators, circulators, switches, and other sophisticated elements.
VNA Master also serves in new high technology applications such as radome/dielectric tests in the field. Its VNA error-correction functions vital to innovative test fixtures for dielectrics, laminates, ferrites, lossy paints, and more, offered by manufacturers such as Damaskos, Inc. Another novel application is the age-old problem of fault location in aircraft and shipboard wire cable bundles that snake through bulkheads and compartments. See Application Note in Library Tab.
+ Spectrum Analyzer (9 kHz to 15 GHz)
At the test site, the systems contain sophisticated transmitters and receivers, which require characterization of their complex transmitter and receiver (LO) signals for proper performance. These comprehensive signal tests increase the job complexity for the maintenance technician, on top of the VNA tests already needed. A field-friendly spectrum analyzer can greatly simplify this task. Spectrum analysis data are especially critical in microwave systems such as radars, defense electronics and communication systems up to 15 GHz.
The MS2037C VNA Master + Spectrum Analyzer adds a powerful spectrum diagnostic capability in the field to the already powerful MS2027C VNA Master! Don’t let the small footprint fool you; this combined instrument powerhouse offers performance and features that rival bench-top alternatives for simplifying spectrum monitoring, interference analysis, and other general purpose signal measurements in the field. A built-in pre-selector eliminates confusing spurious responses when doing interference test with many signals. They deliver a 30 MHz capture bandwidth, 10 MHz RBW and blazing fast sweep speeds, resulting from better data acquisition and computation.
These new models offer significant new features such as an internal routine which optimizes sweeps at the fastest possible speed for the most accurate data displays. The VNA Master offers broad spectrum analysis frequency coverage, impressive dynamic range, and excellent phase noise performance from 9 kHz to 15 GHz. Applications include field tests for backhaul microwave, or for measurements of the critical 5th harmonic of 3G base stations.
The VNA Master + Spectrum Analyzer includes many one-button standard measurement sequences, including field strength, occupied bandwidth, channel power, adjacent channel power ratio, and carrier to interference (C/I) ratio. In addition, the built-in AM/FM/SSB demodulator simplifies the task of identifying interfering signals. Overall, the VNA Master + Spectrum Analyzer is a powerful handheld tool for general purpose spectrum analysis anywhere, anytime. Interference Analyzer (Option 25) is particularly valuable for revealing co-location signal problems.
|Option||Description||Option Ordering Number|
|Option 2||Time Domain (includes Option 0501, Distance Domain)||MS2037C-0002|
|Option 7||Secure Data Operation||MS2037C-0007|
|Option 10||Built-in Variable Voltage Bias Tee||MS2037C-0010|
|Option 11||K(f) Test Port Connector||MS2037C-0011|
|Option 15||Vector Voltmeter||MS2037C-0015|
|Option 19||High Accuracy Power Meter (Requires USB Sensors, sold separately)||MS2037C-0019|
|Option 25||Interference Analysis - provides a spectrogram display, signal strength
with audible tone and RSSI (received signal strength indication)
(requires external antenna)
|Option 27||Channel Scanner (requires external antenna)||MS2037C-0027|
|Option 31||GPS Receiver (requires GPS antenna, sold separately)||MS2037C-0031|
|Option 77||Balanced/Differential S-Parameters, 1-port||MS2037C-0077|
|Option 501||Distance Domain||MS2037C-0501|
|Option 509||AM/FM/PM Demodulation Analyzer||MS2037C-0509|
|Option 98||Z-540 Calibration||MS2037C-0098|
|Option 99||Premium Calibration||MS2037C-0099|