ANRITSU

Electronic Measuring Instruments
2010

Outline of Anritsu Corporation

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Quality, Reliability Assurance System, and Effort for Environmental Considerations How to Use This Catalog Sales, Shipping, and Service Information Sales Network Index Model Number Index New Products Descriptions

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Optical Measuring Instruments
• ACCESS Masters™ • Coherent OTDR • OTDR Module • Multi-Layer Network Test Platform • Optical Time Domain Reflectometer • OTDR/Chromatic Dispersion Application • Polarisation Mode Dispersion Analyzer • Optical Spectrum Analyzers • Network Master Series Drop Cable Fault Locator Module Optical Channel Analyzer Module • Loss Test Sets • • • • • Handheld Power Meters Light Sources Optical Fiber Identifiers Visual Fault Locator Bare Fiber Adapter

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Pulse Pattern Generators/Error Detectors
• Signal Quality Analyzer • 50G/56 Gbit/s MUX, 50G/56 Gbit/s DEMUX • Eye Pattern Analyzer "Bit Master"

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IP/Network Measuring Instruments
• Data Quality Analyzer • Network Performance Tester • 40G SDH/SONET Analyzer • Network Master Series Gigabit Ethernet Modules • SDH/SONET/PDH/T-Carrier Analyzer • 10 GigE/SDH/SONET/OTN • Ethernet Test Set • All-In-One Field Tester

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Monitoring/Service Assurance
• Integrated OSS Service Assurance Solutions MasterClaw

Mobile/Wireless Communications Measuring Instruments
• • • • • • • • • Signalling Testers Fading Simulator W-CDMA Signalling Tester Protocol Test System (PTS)/ Protocol Conformance Test Toolkit Rapid Test Designer (RTD) SUPL Simulation Server Log to Scenario Converter Protocol Conformance Test System W-CDMA TRX/Performance Test System/ W-CDMA RRM Test System • Modular Application Test Environment (MATE) • CDMA2000 Scenario Composer • Radio Communication Analyzer • Service Tester • Shield Box • Vector Signal Generator • Digital Modulation Signal Generator • Signal Analyzers • Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Testers • Digital Broadcast Signal Analyzer • High Performance Handheld Spectrum Analyzers • Spectrum Masters • Cell Master • BTS Master • Bluetooth Test Set • Bluetooth Audio Test Set • WLAN Test Set

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Signal Analyzers/Spectrum Analyzers
• Signal Analyzers • Spectrum Analyzers • Economy Spectrum Analyzers • Spectrum Master • High Performance Handheld Spectrum Analyzers • VNA Master

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Network Analyzers
• • • • • • Microwave Vector Network Analyzers Microwave Multi-Port Balanced VNA Vector Network Analyzers Vector Network Analyzer Multi-Port Test Sets Broadband and Millimeter Wave Vector Network Analyzer • 4 Port Vector Network Analyzer • Automatic Calibrator • Vector Network Analyzer Automatic Calibrator • VNA Master • Site Master • LMR Master • Cable and Antenna Analyzer • VNA and VNMS Calibration Kits • VNA and VNMS Verification Kits • Network Analyzer • Reflection Bridges • Transformers

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Signal Generators
• RF/Microwave Signal Generators • Synthesized Signal Generator

RF Microwave Measuring Instruments
• • • • • • Microwave Frequency Counter Wideband Peak Power Meters Power Meters Inline High Power Sensor USB Power Sensors Calibration Receiver • • • • • • Resistance Attenuator Programmable Attenuator Pre-Amplifier EMI Probe Dipole Antennas Log-Periodic Antenna • • • • • • Biconical Antenna Rod Antenna Loop Antenna Standard Dipole Antenna Microwave Repeater Checker Signal Generator

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Components
• Fixed Attenuator • Fixed Attenuator for High Power Measurement • Termination • 50 Ω ↔ 75 Ω Impedance Transformer • Bias Tee • Phase Shifter • T-Pad • Four-port Junction Pad • CM Directional Coupler • Directional Coupler • Branch • 50 Ω Coaxial Switching Unit • • • • High-pass Filter Band Pass Filter RF Fuse Holder Fuse Element

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Peripheral Equipment
• Coaxial Cords, Adapters • Waveguide Flanges • Portable Test Rack • F-Series Cabinets • E-Series Cabinets

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Optical Devices
• 1.31/1.55 µm LD Module • 1.48 µm LD Module • 1.48 µm Cylindrical Module • 1.55 µm SLD Module

OUTLINE OF ANRITSU CORPORATION
Anritsu Corporation has always been at the forefront of technical innovation during its long 115-year history and continues this tradition with leading-edge developments in the information and communications business world. The revolution in communications is spreading worldwide as countries rollout new technologies, including Next Generation Networks (NGNs) and Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC). Anritsu measurement instruments and Service Assurance Solutions using advanced measurement platforms for next-generation Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile communications and ultra-high-speed networks are based on the company’s long experience in wireless, IP networks, optical, and digital technologies. In addition to its worldwide sales network, Anritsu’s R&D laboratories and manufacturing bases in Japan, the USA, and Europe help guarantee fast and flexible responses meeting every customer’s measurement needs. Communication networks are a vital part of modern infrastructure supporting our daily and business lives. By strengthening and integrating its measurement technologies, Anritsu will continue its mission to provide measurement solutions assuring safe, secure and comfortable society.

Corporate Information

• Headquarters

Anritsu Corporation 5-1-1 Onna, Atsugi-shi, Kanagawa 43-8555, Japan • First founded as Sekisan-sha in 1895. Established as Anritsu Electric Corporation on March 17, 1931. • Paid-up capital: 14,049 million yen (as of March 31, 2009) • Sales volume: 83,940 million yen (consolidated, year ended March 31, 2009) • Employees: 3697 (consolidated, as of March 31, 2009)

Sales Network

Anritsu Corporation (Japan) Anritsu Company (U.S.A.) Anritsu Electronics Ltd. (Canada) Anritsu Eletrônica Ltda. (Brazil) Anritsu Company S.A. de C.V. (Mexico) Anritsu EMEA Ltd. (U.K.) Anritsu S.A. (France) Anritsu GmbH (Germany) Anritsu S.p.A. (Italy) Anritsu AB (Sweden/Finland) Anritsu A/S (Denmark) Anritsu EMEA Ltd. Representation Office in Russia (Russia) Anritsu EMEA Ltd. Dubai Liaison Office (United Arab Emirates) Anritsu Company Ltd. (P.R. China) Anritsu Company Inc. (Taiwan) Anritsu Corporation, Ltd. (Korea) Anritsu Pte. Ltd. (Singapore) Anritsu Pte. Ltd. India Branch Office (India) Anritsu Pty. Ltd. (Australia)

R&D and Manufactring

Anritsu Corporation (Japan) Tohoku Anritsu Co. Ltd. (Japan) Anritsu Company (U.S.A.) Anritsu Instruments Company (U.S.A.) Anritsu Ltd. (U.K.) Anritsu A/S (Denmark) Anritsu Solutions S.p.A (Italy)

Anritsu Homepage

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QUALITY, RELIABILITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM, AND EFFORT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
ISO9001/14000
Electronic Measurement Instruments products contained in this catalogue are manufactured under a quality system and environment management system in conformance to the ISO international standard.
Factory Location Atsugi, Japan Tohoku, Japan U.S.A Standards ISO9001 ISO14001 ISO9001 ISO14001 ISO9001 ISO14001 Certificate Number JQA-016 JQA-EM0210 JQA-016 JQA-EM0210 6495 EN12275 Registration Date Nov. 15, 199 Aug. 28, 1998 Nov. 15, 199 Aug. 28, 1998 Apr. 27, 1995 Mar. 29, 2007 National Quality Assurance Limited Japan Quality Assurance Organization (JQA) Certification Body

Quality and Reliability Assurance for Products

• Planning Stage

Management resources are focused on measuring instruments related to growing fields such as mobile Internet, WDM and digital broadcasting, system solutions, precision measurement business and device businesses. New products are planned to provide solutions whenever required by users. • Design Stage To realize a design with high-safety and high-reliability, several levels of design assessments are performed. Power consumption is reduced from the viewpoint of environment considerations, starting with evaluation of specifications, legal regulations and parts used. Evaluations are also implemented for improving the recycling ratio, and the design quality is improved. Anritsu utilizes a design process that targets customer satisfaction. • Evaluation Stage In addition to safety, reliability and environment considerations of test models for new products, functions and performance are verified by an operating environmental conditions test and operability, uncertainty, maintainability and flexibility of design are evaluated fully. After passing these tests, the products can be commercialized. • Manufacturing and Inspection Stages Based on our policy, “post-processing is the customer,” the product is manufactured by experienced employees according to the workmanship standards. In the adjustment and inspection stage, automatic measurement is promoted. An expert will be in charge of the adjustment if high-skilled adjustment is required. Traceability System
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)

• After Sold

In each service department, traceability assurance by calibrations based on high-technical capabilities, as well as rapid repair and preventive maintenance are performed.

Parts Standardization and Improving Activities for Quality and Reliability

For parts generally used in each measuring instrument, quality improvement and standardization are actively promoted. All field data is analyzed, arranged and completely made known to each department while required actions are taken for reliability improvement. In addition, failure rate, MTBF observation and parts failure rate are calculated based on this information.

Traceability Assurance

As defined in the International vocabulary of metrology – Basic and general concepts and associated terms (VIM)-JCGM 200: 2008, property of a measurement result whereby the result can be related to a reference, usually national or international standards, through a documented unbroken chain of calibrations. Anritsu system to ensure traceability is shown below.

National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST)

National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

Japan Quality Assurance Organization

Japan Electric Meters Inspection Corporation (JEMIC)

Telecom Engineering Center (TELEC)

JCSS Accredited Laboratory

Anritsu Industrial Solutions Co., LTD. Quality Management Dept.

Anritsu Customer Services Ltd. Calibration Center

Anritsu US Standards Laboratory

European Service Center

Products Inspection Section (Japan)

Products Inspection Section (U.S.A)

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HOW TO USE THIS CATALOG
Standard Products
All measuring instruments appearing in this catalog are standard products. For information on non-standard instruments please contact us.

Numerical Values Used in This Catalog

New Products

Identifies products developed and introduced in the period from October 2008 to September 2009. Measuring instruments whose outline views are marked with conform to EMC and LVD standards.

Ethernet

It is an equipment provided with the external control interface of having suited IEEE802.3.

Products conformed to environment-friendly criteria uniquely set by ourselves is called “Excellent Eco Product.” For the details of the mark and environment-friendly criteria, please refer to Anritsu Corporation home page.

All numerical values are expressed according to the following units: • Output Voltage of Signal Generator The output voltage expressed in a unit of dB or dBµ is calibrated in terms of e.m.f. (open circuit output voltage). 1 µV is equal to 0 dB or 0 dBµ. • Input Power of Level Meter The input power is expressed in a unit of dBm which is terminated by nominal impedance. 0 dBm is equal to 1 mW. Even if the input power is applied to the “high” impedance input terminal, the indicated value is calibrated as mentioned above. • Power Supply Voltage Any rated voltage between 100 V and 20 V is available. Normal operation can be obtained within ±10% of each rated voltage (however, maximum permissible operating voltage is 250 V). • Ambient Temperature, Rated Range of Use “Ambient temperature, rated range of use” in the specifications represents the range of ambient temperature, which guarantees values given in specifications. • External Dimensions External dimensions are indicated in width, height, and depth in millimeters, and do not include controls, fittings, or stands.

Specification Changes

Technical Publications

We reserve the right to discontinue any item without notice and to change specifications at any time without incurring any obligation to incorporate new features in instruments or parts previously sold.

In this catalog you will notice that an outline of usage, noteworthy points, and standards have been prepared. If further information is required please contact us directly. We will be happy to send you the technical publications of your choice.

Accessories

Two types of accessories are available: Supplied and Optional. All instruments include the cost of supplied accessories, including fuses and one operation (or instruction) manual in English. The cost of optional accessories, however, is not included and, therefore, the optional accessories will be supplied only on request. • Measuring Cords The measuring cord in the accessory column is indicated in the sequence of Connector · Cord · Connector. A type S connector is compatible to a type N. 

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SALES, SHIPPING AND SERVICE INFORMATION
Order by Model Number
When ordering, please specify the model number and name of the instrument desired, for example, “MD8470A Signalling Tester.” To prevent misunderstandings, include all necessary specifications and specific instructions in your order. That is to say, include all special options or features such as special color, nonstandard power line voltage, etc. To expedite your order we suggest that you contact us directly.

Returning Instrument for Repairs

Shipment

When returning the instrument to Anritsu for repairs, the following suggestions will help us return it to you in the shortest possible time: • Send complete instructions about what you would like done to the instrument. • If possible, include the “symptoms” or “defects.” • Indicate the return address and, if different, the address to be used for billing purposes. All repairs and recalibrations are carried out at our factory.

Generally, instruments will be shipped within two months of receipt of your order. In the case of “Build-to order products” mentioned in the footnotes, shipment may take from 4 to 7 months. Every endeavor will be made to maintain delivery dates, but no liability is accepted for loss, damage, or delay of instruments, for reasons which are out of our control.

Extension Service

The normal warranty term is one year, but may be extended to three or five years as an option when purchasing equipment. For three or five years extension service, please ask your local Anritsu Field Office or Sales Representative for price and availability.
• Microsoft®, Windows® and MS-DOS® are a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. • Intel®, Pentium® and i386/i486® are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries. • IBM® is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation. • Duroid® is a registered trademark of Bunker Ramo Corporation. • APC-3.® is a registered trademark of Amphenol North America, a division of Bunker Ramo Corporation. • LabWindows and LabVIEW are registered trademarks of National Instruments. • Loctite is a registered trademark of Loctite Corporation. • Kovar is a registered trademark of Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. • MATLAB® is a registered trademark of The MathWorks, Inc. • CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA). • Bluetooth® and related logomarks are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and are used by Anritsu under license. • CompactFlash® is a registered trademark of SanDisk Corporation in the USA and is licensed to the CFA (Compact Flash Association). • IQproducer™ is a registered trademark of Anritsu Corporation. • Bit Master, BTS Master™, Spectrum Master, UMTS Master, VNA Master™, Site Master™, Cell Master, K Connector, and V Connector are a registered trademark of Anritsu Company. • Other companies, product names and service names are registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Terms

Unless previous terms have been arranged, we will use one of the following: • Full payment in advance of shipment • Sight draft against an irrevocable confirmed letter of credit

Quotations and Pro Forma Invoices

FOB, CIF, C&F, etc., quotations, and pro forma invoices are available on request. The instrument price includes a packing charge.

Inspection Surcharge

An inspection surcharge is applied to all orders requiring inspection by government agencies or individually appointed inspectors at our factory.

Special Products Made-to-order

Requests for remodeling standard products for special use will be accepted, but only after detailed discussions.

WARRANTY
All other expressed warranties are disclaimed and all implied warranties for this product, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to a period of one year from the date of delivery. In no event shall all Anritsu group be liable to the customer for any damages, including lost profits, or other incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use this product. 

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SALES NETWORK
Anritsu Corporation 5-1-1 Onna, Atsugi-shi, Kanagawa, 243-8555 Japan Phone: +81-4-223-1111 Fax: +81-4-29-1238

• Russia

• U.S.A.

Anritsu Company 1155 East Collins Blvd., Suite 100, Richardson, TX 75081, U.S.A. Toll Free: 1-800-27-4878 Phone: +1-972-44-1777 Fax: +1-972-71-1877

Anritsu EMEA Ltd. Representation Office in Russia Tverskaya str. 16/2, bld. 1, 7th floor. Russia, 125009, Moscow Phone: +7-495-33-194 Fax: +7-495-935-892

• United Arab Emirates

• Canada

Anritsu Electronics Ltd. 700 Silver Seven Road, Suite 120, Kanata, Ontario K2V 1C3, Canada Phone: +1-13-591-2003 Fax: +1-13-591-100

Anritsu EMEA Ltd. Dubai Liaison Office P O Box 500413 - Dubai Internet City Al Thuraya Building, Tower 1, Suit 701, 7th Floor Dubai, United Arab Emirates Phone: +971-4-370352 Fax: +971-4-38840

• Singapore

• Brazil Anritsu Eletrônica Ltda. Praca Amadeu Amaral, 27 - 1 Andar 01327-010 - Paraiso - São Paulo - SP- Brazil Phone: +55-11-3283-2511 Fax: +55-11-3288-940 • Mexico
Anritsu Company, S.A. de C.V. Av. Ejército Nacional No. 579 Piso 9, Col. Granada 11520 México, D.F., México Phone: +52-55-1101-2370 Fax: +52-55-5254-3147

Anritsu Pte. Ltd. 0 Alexandra Terrace, #02-08, The Comtech (Lobby A) Singapore 118502 Phone: +5-282-2400 Fax: +5-282-2533

• India

Anritsu Pte. Ltd. India Branch Office 3rd Floor, Shri Lakshminarayan Niwas, #272, 80 ft Road, HAL 3rd Stage, Bangalore - 50 075, India Phone: +91-80-4058-1300 Fax: +91-80-4058-1301

• U.K. Anritsu EMEA Ltd. 200 Capability Green, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3LU, U.K. Phone: +44-1582-433200 Fax: +44-1582-731303 • France
Anritsu S.A. 1/18 avenue du Québec-SILIC 720 9191 COURTABOEUF CEDEX, France Phone: +33-1-0-92-15-50 Fax: +33-1-4-4-10-5

• P.R. China (Hong Kong)

Anritsu Company Ltd. Units 4 & 5, 28th Floor, Greenfield Tower, Concordia Plaza, No. 1 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong Phone: +852-2301-4980 Fax: +852-2301-3545

• P.R. China (Beijing)

• Germany

Anritsu GmbH Nemetschek Haus, Konrad-Zuse-Platz 1 81829 München, Germany Phone: +49-89-442308-0 Fax: +49-89-442308-55

Anritsu Company Ltd. Beijing Representative Office Room 2008, Beijing Fortune Building, No. 5, Dong-San-Huan Bei Road, Chao-Yang District, Beijing 100004, P.R. China Phone: +8-10-590-9230 Fax: +8-10-590-9235

• Korea

• Italy

Anritsu S.p.A. Via Elio Vittorini 129, 00144 Roma, Italy Phone: +39--509-9711 Fax: +39--502-2425

Anritsu Corporation, Ltd. 8F Hyunjuk Building, 832-41, Yeoksam Dong, Kangnam-ku, Seoul, 135-080, Korea Phone: +82-2-553-03 Fax: +82-2-553-04

• Sweden

• Australia

Anritsu AB Borgafjordsgatan 13, 14 40 KISTA, Sweden Phone: +4-8-534-707-00 Fax: +4-8-534-707-30

• Finland

Anritsu Pty. Ltd. Unit 21/270 Ferntree Gully Road, Notting Hill, Victoria 318, Australia Phone: +1-3-9558-8177 Fax: +1-3-9558-8255

Anritsu AB Teknobulevardi 3-5, FI-01530 VANTAA, Finland Phone: +358-20-741-8100 Fax: +358-20-741-8111

• Taiwan

• Denmark

Anritsu Company Inc. 7F, No. 31, Sec. 1, NeiHu Rd., Taipei 114, Taiwan Phone: +88-2-8751-181 Fax: +88-2-8751-1817

Anritsu A/S Kirkebjerg Allé 90, DK-205 Brøndby, Denmark Phone: +45-72112200 Fax: +45-72112210 

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INDEX
Outline of Anritsu Corporation. ............................... .2 Quality, Reliability Assurance System, and Effort for Environmental Considerations. ..... .3 How to Use This Catalog.............................................. .4 Sales, Shipping, and Service Information........ .5 Sales Network...................................................................... .6 Index........................................................................................... . Model Number Index....................................................... .9 New Products..................................................................... .12
OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Selection.Guide............................................................................. .23 ACCESS.Masters™...................................................................... .28 Coherent.OTDR............................................................................ .40 OTDR.Module............................................................................... .44 Multi-Layer.Network.Test.Platform................................................ .4 Optical.Time.Domain.Reflectometer............................................. .49 OTDR/Chromatic.Dispersion.Application...................................... .54 Polarisation.Mode.Dispersion.Analyzer........................................ .56 . Optical.Spectrum.Analyzers........................................ .58,.6,.81,.86 Network.Master.Series ..Drop.Cable.Fault.Locator.Module............................................... .61 ..Optical.Channel.Analyzer.Module............................................... .65 Loss.Test.Sets............................................................................... .6 Handheld.Power.Meters. ........................................................ .0,.2 . Light.Sources................................................................................ .4 Optical.Fiber.Identifiers................................................................. .5 Visual.Fault.Locator...................................................................... .90 . Bare.Fiber.Adapter........................................................................ .91

MONITORING/SERVICE ASSURANCE
Integrated.OSS.Service.Assurance.Solutions MasterClaw................................................................................. .1

MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Selection.Guide........................................................................... .18 Signalling.Testers................................................................ .188,.22 Fading.Simulator......................................................................... .195 W-CDMA.Signalling.Tester.......................................................... .201 Protocol.Test.System.(PTS)/ Protocol.Conformance.Test.Toolkit. ............................................ .209 . Rapid.Test.Designer.(RTD)......................................................... .212 SUPL.Simulation.Server. ............................................................ .21 . Log.to.Scenario.Converter.......................................................... .219 Protocol.Conformance.Test.System............................................ .221 W-CDMA.TRX/Performance.Test.System/ W-CDMA.RRM.Test.System....................................................... .223 . Modular.Application.Test.Environment.(MATE)........................... .242 CDMA2000.Scenario.Composer................................................. .244 Radio.Communication.Analyzer.................................................. .24 Service.Tester. ............................................................................ .259 . Shield.Box................................................................................... .264 Vector.Signal.Generator.............................................................. .265 Digital.Modulation.Signal.Generator........................................... .25 Signal.Analyzers.......................................................................... .280 Digital.Mobile.Radio.Transmitter.Testers............................ .290,.301 . Digital.Broadcast.Signal.Analyzer............................................... .304 High.Performance.Handheld.Spectrum.Analyzers. .................... .325 . Spectrum.Masters....................................................................... .331 Cell.Master.................................................................................. .338 BTS.Master................................................................................. .344 Bluetooth .Test.Set........................................................................ .352 Bluetooth .Audio.Test.Set. ............................................................ .360 . WLAN.Test.Set............................................................................ .365

PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS
Selection.Guide............................................................................. .93 Signal.Quality.Analyzer................................................................. .95 50G/56.Gbit/s.MUX,.50G/56.Gbit/s.DEMUX.............................. .106 . Eye.Pattern.Analyzer."Bit.Master". .............................................. .111 .

SIGNAL ANALYZERS/SPECTRUM ANALYZERS
Selection.Guide........................................................................... .36 Signal.Analyzers.......................................................................... .3 Spectrum.Analyzers............................ .396,.404,.409,.415,.420,.426. Economy.Spectrum.Analyzers.................................................... .433 Spectrum.Master................................................................. .438,.459 High.Performance.Handheld.Spectrum.Analyzers. .................... .445. . VNA.Master................................................................................. .451

IP/NETWORk MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Selection.Guide.............................................................................11 Data.Quality.Analyzer. ..................................................................118 . Network.Performance.Tester. ..................................................... .126 . 40G.SDH/SONET.Analyzer. ....................................................... .136 . Network.Master.Series ..Gigabit.Ethernet.Modules......................................................... .142 SDH/SONET/PDH/T-Carrier.Analyzer......................................... .14 10.GigE/SDH/SONET/OTN......................................................... .156 Ethernet.Test.Set. ....................................................................... .163 . All-In-One.Field.Tester................................................................ .166 . 

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NETWORk ANALYZERS
Selection.Guide........................................................................... .463 Microwave.Vector.Network.Analyzers......................................... .465 Microwave.Multi-Port.Balanced.VNA.......................................... .469 Vector.Network.Analyzers........................................................... .41 Vector.Network.Analyzer.Multi-Port.Test.Sets. ........................... .483 . Broadband.and.Millimeter.Wave. Vector.Network.Analyzer............................................................. .489 4.Port.Vector.Network.Analyzer. Automatic.Calibrator.................................................................... .493 Vector.Network.Analyzer.Automatic.Calibrator........................... .495 VNA.Master......................................................................... .49,.50 Site.Master.................................................................................. .515 LMR.Master................................................................................. .522 Cable.and.Antenna.Analyzer. ..................................................... .524 . VNA.and.VNMS.Calibration.Kits................................................. .530. VNA.and.VNMS.Verification.Kits................................................. .532. Network.Analyzer........................................................................ .533 Reflection.Bridges....................................................................... .538 Transformers............................................................................... .539.

COMPONENTS
Fixed.Attenuator.......................................................................... .608 Fixed.Attenuator.for.High.Power.Measurement.......................... .608 Termination.................................................................................. .609 50 Ω ↔ 75 Ω Impedance Transformer....................................... .609 Bias.Tee. ..................................................................................... .610 . Phase.Shifter.................................................................................611 T-Pad........................................................................................... .612 Four-port.Junction.Pad. .............................................................. .612 . CM.Directional.Coupler............................................................... .613 Directional.Coupler...................................................................... .613 Branch......................................................................................... .614 50 Ω Coaxial Switching Unit....................................................... .614 . High-pass.Filter........................................................................... .615 Band.Pass.Filter.......................................................................... .615 RF.Fuse.Holder........................................................................... .616 Fuse.Element.............................................................................. .616

PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT SIGNAL GENERATORS
Selection.Guide........................................................................... .541 RF/Microwave.Signal.Generators....................................... .543,.556 Synthesized.Signal.Generator.................................................... .559 Coaxial.Cords,.Adapters............................................................. .618 Waveguide.Flanges. ................................................................... .620 . Portable.Test.Rack...................................................................... .621 F-Series.Cabinets....................................................................... .622 . E-Series.Cabinets....................................................................... .624

RF MICROWAVE MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
Microwave.Frequency.Counter................................................... .565 Wideband.Peak.Power.Meters........................................... .569,.56 . Power.Meters.............................................................................. .58 Inline.High.Power.Sensor........................................................... .581 . USB.Power.Sensors................................................................... .584 Calibration.Receiver.................................................................... .589 Resistance.Attenuator................................................................. .593 Programmable.Attenuator........................................................... .594 Pre-Amplifier. .............................................................................. .596 . EMI.Probe................................................................................... .59 Dipole.Antennas.................................................................. .598,.599 Log-Periodic.Antenna.................................................................. .600 Biconical.Antenna........................................................................ .601 Rod.Antenna............................................................................... .602 . Loop.Antenna.............................................................................. .602 Standard.Dipole.Antenna............................................................ .603 Microwave.Repeater.Checker..................................................... .604 Signal.Generator......................................................................... .606

OPTICAL DEVICES
1.31/1.55.µm.LD.Module. ........................................................... .62 . 1.48.µm.LD.Module. ................................................................... .629 . 1.48.µm.Cylindrical.Module. ....................................................... .633 . 1.55.µm.SLD.Module.................................................................. .635

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MODEL NUMBER INDEX
3650 Series 3658 Series 36584 Series Calibration Kits ..................................................530 Vector Network Analyzer Automatic Calibrator .....493 4 Port Vector Network Analyzer Automatic Calibrator ..........................................495 3660 Series Verification Kits ..................................................532 37000D Series Microwave Vector Network Analyzer .................465 37000D Series Microwave Multi-port Balanced VNA .................469 3750R Series Calibration Kits ..................................................530 63850 Series Millimeter Wave Multiplier (for MG3690B) .........553

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FI700 Series FiberConnect Optical Fiber Identifier .........................................75 Bare Fiber Adapter ..............................................91

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J0063 J0078 J0395 Fixed Attenuator For High Power Measurement .....608 Fixed Attenuator For High Power Measurement .....608 Fixed Attenuator For High Power Measurement .....608

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A3N1000 Series Bias Tee.......................................................610 A5N1102 Phase Shifter ...........................................................611 AF3B/5B Series 1.31/1.55 μm LD Module.............................627 AF4B Series 1.48 μm LD Module ...........................................629 AF4Y108GA85J 1.48 μm Cylindrical Module ...............................633 AS3B/5B/6B Series 1.55 μm SLD Module ..................................635

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MasterClaw Integrated OSS Service Assurance Solutions .........177

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B0472 BBA9106 Fixed Attenuator For High Power Measurement .......608 Biconical Antenna ....................................................601 MA1612A MA2201A MA2301A MA2302A MA2303A MA2401A MA2402A MA24104A MA24106A MA24108A MA24118A MA2411B Four-Port Junction Pad ............................................612 Reflection Bridge......................................................538 Reflection Bridge......................................................538 Reflection Bridge......................................................538 Reflection Bridge......................................................538 Reflection Bridge......................................................538 Reflection Bridge......................................................538 Inline High Power Sensor ........................................581 USB Power Sensor ..................................................584 USB Power Sensor ..................................................584 USB Power Sensor ..................................................584 Pulse Sensor (for ML2480B series) .........................................577 (for ML2490A series) .........................................571 MA2490A Wideband Sensor (for ML2480B series) .........................................577 (for ML2490A series) .........................................571 MA2491A Wideband Sensor (for ML2480B series) .........................................577 (for ML2490A series) .........................................571 MA2512A Band Pass Filter.......................................................615 MA2601B/C EMI Probe ..........................................................597 MA2740 Series External Mixer (for MS2667C) .............................................414 (for MS2668C) .............................................408 MA29A/J Transformer ..............................................................539 MA313A/J Transformer ..............................................................539 MA314A/J Transformer ..............................................................539 MA315A/J Transformer ..............................................................539 MA422A1 Transformer ..............................................................539 MA5612 Series Dipole Antenna ............................................599 MA8120E Shield Box ................................................................264

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CMA 3000 All-In-One Field Tester .............................................166 CMA5 Series Handheld Power Meter ........................................72 CMA5 Series Light Source ........................................................74 CMA50 Series Handheld Power Meter .......................................70 CMA50 Series Loss Test Set .......................................................67 CMA5000a Multi-Layer Network Test Platform .............................47 CMA5000a CD-OTDR OTDR/Chromatic Dispersion Application.............54 CMA5000a Gigabit Ethernet Module II Ethernet Test Set ...............................................163 CMA5000a OSA 400 Optical Spectrum Analyzer ..................................58 CMA5000a OSA 425 Optical Spectrum Analyzer ..................................58 CMA5000a OTDR Module Series Optical Time Domain Reflectometer ....................49 CMA5000a PMD Polarization Mode Dispersion Analyzer ...............56 CMA5000a-UTA 10 GigE/SDH/SONET/OTN ...............................156 CMA5000a-XTA SDH/SONET/PDH/T-Carrier Analyzer ...............147

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MB-009 MB23B MB24D 50 Ω ↔ 75 Ω Impedance Transformer ....................609 Portable Test Rack ...................................................621 Portable Test Rack ...................................................621

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ML2430A Series Power Meters ..............................................578 ML2480B Series Wideband Peak Power Meter .....................576 ML2490A Series Wideband Peak Power Meter .....................569 ML2530A Calibration Receiver.................................................589

MD
MD1230B MD8430A MD8470A MD8480C Data Quality Analyzer ..............................................118 Signalling Tester .......................................................188 Signalling Tester .......................................................227 W-CDMA Signalling Tester .......................................201 MN4690A Series MN510C MN63A MN65A MN72A

MN
Vector Network Analyzer Multiport Test Sets.......................................483 Resistance Attenuator ..............................................593 Programmable Attenuator ........................................594 Programmable Attenuator ........................................594 Programmable Attenuator ........................................594

ME
ME7828A ME7832A ME7873F ME7874F Broadband and Millimeter Wave Vector Network Analyzer ..........................................489 Protocol Conformance Test System ........................221 W-CDMA TRX/Performance Test System................223 W-CDMA RRM Test System ....................................223

MP
Eye Pattern Analyzer Bit Master ................................................................. 111 MP1590B Network Performance Tester ...................................126 MP1595A 40G SDH/SONET Analyzer .....................................136 MP1797A Jitter Analyzer (for MP1595A) ..................................139 MP1800A Series Signal Quality Analyzer .................................95 MP1821A 50G/56 Gbit/s MUX ..................................................106 MP1822A 50G/56 Gbit/s DEMUX .............................................106 MP414B Loop Antenna ...........................................................602 MP415B Rod Antenna ............................................................602 MP520 Series CM Directional Coupler .....................................613 MP526 Series High-Pass Filter .................................................615 MP529A U-Link .......................................................................618 MP534A/B Dipole Antenna.........................................................598 MP59B 50 Ω Coaxial Switching Unit ....................................614 MP612A RF Fuse Holder........................................................616 MP613A Fuse Element ...........................................................616 MP614B 50 Ω ↔ 75 Ω Impedance Transformer ....................609 MP635A Log Periodic Antenna ...............................................600 MP640A Branch ......................................................................614 MP651A/B Dipole Antenna.........................................................598 MP652B Standard Dipole Antenna .........................................603 MP654A Directional Coupler ..................................................613 MP659A Four-port Junction Pad ............................................612 MP663A Dipole Antenna.........................................................598 MP666A Log Periodic Antenna ...............................................600 MP721 Series Fixed Attenuator ................................................608 MP752A/B Termination...............................................................609 MP8931A Bit Error Rate Tester (for MS8901A) ........................323 MP1026B

MF
MF2400C Series Microwave Frequency Counter ...................565 MF6900A Fading Simulator ......................................................195

MG
MG3641A Synthesized Signal Generator .................................559 MG3642A Synthesized Signal Generator .................................559 MG3681A Digital Modulation Signal Generator ........................275 MG3690B RF/Microwave Signal Generator ..............................543 MG3700A Vector Signal Generator...........................................265 MG37020A RF/Microwave Signal Generator ..............................556 MG724E/G Signal Generator (for MS75B) .................................604 MG724E1/G1 Signal Generator ...............................................606

MH
MH648A Pre-amplifier .............................................................596

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..................................533 MS4640A Series Vector Network Analyzers ................ 331.................................................524 MT MT1810A 4 Slot Chassis (for MP1800A Series) ...........................90 Z Z-164A T-Pad ....409 Spectrum Analyzer .....................................................................................................515 LMR Master ..604 MS8608A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester ......... 331....................................................44 MX MX702500B MX702600B MX785201A MX785220A MX786000A MX786201A MX848600A Log to Scenario Converter ................................................................................... 445 MS4630B Network Analyzer ..................com ...............................524 Broadband SiteMaster Cable and Antenna Analyzer ....... 445 MS2723B High Performance Handheld Spectrum Analyzer .......142 MW MW90010A Coherent OTDR .....................................................522 Broadband SiteMaster Cable and Antenna Analyzer ........................ 507 VNA Master .........................................209 Protocol Conformance Test Toolkit ........344 MT8510B Service Tester ......................76 MS9780A Optical Spectrum Analyzer......396 Spectrum Analyzer .............61 (Optical Channel Analyzer Module) ................................................................. 451......................................................... 325................................................... 280.............................................. 325....404 Spectrum Analyzer ...............................396 Signal Analyzer ................. 377 Handheld Spectrum Analyzer Spectrum Master.................. 451............142 VFL650 V Visual Fault Locator ..........................................................212 SUPL Simulation Server .....................................219 CDMA2000 Scenario Composer ..................................304 MS9710B Optical Spectrum Analyzer............. 377 Signal Analyzer ..................420 Spectrum Analyzer ..86 MS2024A MS2026A MS2026B MS2028B MS2034A MS2036A MS2661C MS2663C MS2665C MS2667C MS2668C MS2681A MS2683A MS2687B MS2690A MS2691A MS2692A MS2711D MU909011A MU Drop Cable Fault Locator Module (for MT9090A) .............................................95 MT8212E Cell Master ............................ 507 VNA Master .515 Site Master ...................426 Spectrum Analyzer .................................................. 451....................................................................................................217 S S331E S332E S361E S362E S412D S810D S820D Site Master ........................................................40 MW9077A/A1/A2/B OTDR Module ................................................................515 Site Master ................................................................................497 VNA Master .244 Protocol Test System (PTS) ......................................................................................................209 Modular Application Test Environment (MATE) .........................................................................................anritsu..........MODEL NUMBER INDEX MS VNA Master ..................................497 VNA Master .......247 MT8852B Bluetooth Test Set ......612 11 http://www....................... 451.242 Rapid Test Designer (RTD) ................................................................................515 Site Master ..338 MT8221B BTS Master .......................................65 MU909060A1/A2/A3 Gigabit Ethernet Modules (for MT9090A) ..............................................290 MS8901A Digital Broadcast Signal Analyzer ....................65 (Gigabit Ethernet Modules).............301 MS8609A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester ..................61 MU909020A Optical Channel Analyzer Module (for MT9090A) .........................................365 MT9083 series ACCESS Master .......................................................360 MT8860C WLAN Test Set....................................................................................................259 MT8820C Radio Communication Analyzer .......... 280.................................. 507 Spectrum Analyzer ........................................................................................................459 MS2712E Spectrum Master.................................................... 438 MS2717B Economy Spectrum Analyzer .......396 Spectrum Analyzer ............................ 377 Signal Analyzer ................................................................................................433 MS2721B High Performance Handheld Spectrum Analyzer ..81 MS9710C Optical Spectrum Analyzer............................................................... 325.......................415 Spectrum Analyzer .......................................433 MS2719B Economy Spectrum Analyzer ............352 MT8855A Bluetooth Audio Test Set ............................. 445 MS2724B High Performance Handheld Spectrum Analyzer ..........28 MT9090A Network Master Series (Drop Cable Fault Locator Module) ...................................................471 MS75B Microwave Repeater Checker....................... 438 MS2713E Spectrum Master................................... 507 VNA Master .............................................433 MS2718B Economy Spectrum Analyzer .......................................................................................................................................................... 280............

and ultra-fast 50G optical modules. On the other hand. The high-amplitude waveforms up to 3.85/1. Moreover. Visible Light Sources. CATV. Moreover. including OTDRs. next-generation devices. CATV. supports customers with the perfect solution for bringing new products to market as early as possible. (For further information see page 28) R&D into Fast 40G and Ultra-fast 50G Devices for Next-Generation Communications MP1821A 50G/56 Gbit/s MUX.49/1. MT9083 ACCESS Master OTDRs solves all these problems by providing all the measurement functions and performance required for optical fiber construction and maintenance in a compact.55/1. MP1822A 50G/56 Gbit/s DEMUX 8 Gbit/s to 56 Gbit/s The MP1821A 50G/56 Gbit/s MUX and MP1822A 50G/56 Gbit/s DEMUX form a 4:1 MUX/DEMUX combination supporting operating frequencies up to 56 Gbit/s. and optical LANs. LAN. Light Sources.3 µm (MMF). etc. MP1821A Build-to order product MP1822A (For further information see page 106) 12 http://www. including access networks such as FTTx. a full range of versatile analysis functions help cut design verification times.625/1. 0.383/1. fiber construction requires measuring instruments with different functions and performance.78/1. lightweight.65 µm (SMF) Optical fibers are a key technology in today’s modern communications systems.NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS All-in-One Solution that Reduces Testing Times to Install and Maintain FTTx.anritsu. as well as a notebook computer for evaluating the FTTx QoS.31/1.. Optical Power Meters. all-in-one unit that eliminates the burden of carrying many different test sets and instruments on-site. The compact remote head supports shorter cabling to the DUT. Technicians maintaining these diverse systems are forced to carry a large variety of test equipment on-site. which minimizes cable effects and assures high signal quality. The full line of versatile functions and excellent performance for R&D into fast 40G. Access and Metro Networks MT9083 Series ACCESS MasterTM 0.com . optical-fiber technologies are playing increasingly important roles in mobile communications and digital broadcasting systems.5 Vp-p as well as 4 psp-p low-jitter waveforms are ideal for evaluating optical modulators and electronic devices.

The small size and low weight of the instrument makes it very easy to carry around for the field technician working with the Ethernet lines and despite the small size the instrument is equipped with a large display. Key Features • Early support for 3GPP LTE standards • One MD8430A support 2×2 MIMO Intra-RAT handover with 100 Mbps DL and 50 Mbps UL speeds • Inter-RAT tests making effective use of previous MD8480C (UTRAN/GERAN). When outfitted with the Gigabit Ethernet module. The user can easily read and interpret information from the tested lines off the large color display with easy-to-understand colors and graphical symbols. and MD8470A (CDMA2000) hardware investments • Optimized investment from first R&D to protocol conformance testing • Full development and analysis toolset cuts L1. L2.com . connectivity testing and service availability verification. easy-to-use Anritsu Network Master is a comprehensive solution for Gigabit Ethernet testing and for installation and troubleshooting Ethernet communication lines.anritsu. (For further information see page 142) Early Support for Developing Next-Generation LTE Chipsets and Mobile UEs MD8430A Signalling Tester The MD8430A Signalling Tester is a key LTE base station simulator for developing LTE-compliant chipsets and mobile devices. the very compact battery-powered. Using its extensive experience in 3G markets. And the graphical user interface makes it a simple task to configure and operate the instrument.NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS Gigabit Ethernet Testing Redefined! Network Master Series MT9090A Mainframe MU909060A1/A2/A3 Gigabit Ethernet Modules The Ethernet technology is widely deployed and used for numerous applications. The instrument gives the user facilities for easy bandwidth verification. Anritsu has developed the MD8430A as a powerful LTE protocol R&D test solution to help developers bring LTE terminals to market as fast as possible. Therefore easy testing of Ethernet links is very important. and L3 scenario development time and costs (For further information see page 188) 13 http://www.

101 and TS34. and 2×2 MIMO Dual Cells MF6900A Fading Simulator The MF6900A is a Fading Simulator that uses fading processing at the digital baseband stage. The hardware can be expanded to support a maximum of four input and four output ports and new functions such as support for 4×2 MIMO can be added by software updates. cost-cutting. W-CDMA/HSPA. Combination with the MD8480C W-CDMA Signalling Tester also realizes various W-CDMA/HSPA fading simulation such as Moving. Tx/Rx/TRx Diversity which defined by 3GPP TS25. MF6900A connects via a dedicated digital interface to the MD8430A Signalling Tester to configure a simple LTE base station emulator for simulating 3GPP LTE 2×2 MIMO fading. Complete elimination of analog circuits assures excellent maintainability by removing the need for periodic calibration.anritsu. It converts UE field logs (Layer-3 messages) captured in a real network to a file format for reproducing FT faults at the MD8470A or MD8480C BTS simulators in the lab. FT Team (Real Environment) Modification confirmation Field tests Logging tool MX702500B Log to Scenario Converter (LSC) Development Team (Simulated Environment) Key Features MD8480C • Reproduces FT faults in simulated environment • Generates test scenarios from real-network logs • Supports multiple W-CDMA/HSPA and GSM cells and Inter-RAT tests • Excellent operability and flexibility Fault analysis MD8470A (For further information see page 219) 14 http://www.com . MF6900A uses digital baseband processing to assure fading processing with high reproducibility at the same settings while greatly simplifying difficult MIMO power control and achieving high accuracy. Birth-Death.121-1 specification.NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS Fully Digital Fading Simulator Supporting LTE. (For further information see page 195) Fast and Easy Debugging for FT Faults MX702500B Log to Scenario Converter The MX702500B Log to Scenario Converter (LSC) is an innovative. software tool for increasing the efficiency of GSM/ W-CDMA mobile UE development and FT.

Also. and other equipment as necessary to run tests. servers.com . Mobile phone operations under various call processing conditions can be verified using supported communication bearer such as voice call. the MD8470A simulates the operation of TD-SCDMA/HSDPA base stations and provides communication environment for development and verification of TD-SCDMA mobile phone. An automated test environment for AT&T test case battery performance is configured easily for long-term measurement without operator error. MATETM Control MD8470A External PC (For further information see page 242) 15 http://www.anritsu. video call. With the MU847020B GSM Signalling Unit. (For further information see page 227) Battery Performance Test Solution for AT&T IOT MX786000A Modular Application Test Environment (MATE™) The MX786000A MATE runs GUI scripts that automatically control the MD8470A. InterRAT handover between TD-SCDMA/ HSDPA and GSM/GPRS/EGPRS can be supported in a single MD8470A.NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS Protocol Tests and General Function Verification for TD-SCDMA/HSDPA Terminal MX847040B TD-SCDMA/GSM Simulation Kit With the MX847040B TD-SCDMA/GSM Simulation Kit. an HTML summary is created automatically without extra work. With the MX786000A-011 AT&T Battery Life Test Package. packet communication and SMS/MMS. the MATE supports GSM and UMTS battery performance test cases defined by AT&T document “14680 Performance Requirements for GSM and UMTS Terminals” in the 10776 AT&T acceptance criteria.

Spectrum Master allows you to monitor.NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS All-in-One Platform Supporting RF Tx and Rx Tests Up to 3. locate. CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. (For further information see page 247) Compact Handheld Spectrum Analyzer MS2712E/MS2713E Spectrum MasterTM 100 kHz to 4 GHz/6 GHz Regulatory requirements are growing. and TD-SCDMA/HSPA mobile terminals. CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA – USA). Wi-Fi. the multi–functional Spectrum Master eliminates the need for you to learn and carry multiple instruments. and broadcast signals. (For further information see page 331.9G systems MT8820C Radio Communication Analyzer 30 MHz to 2. You're under increasing pressure to meet them while cutting expenses.9G systems.7 GHz Installing various hardware and software options in the all-in-one M T 8 8 2 0 C R a d i o C o m m u n i c a t i o n A n a l y z e r s u p p o r ts TR x characteristics tests of W-CDMA/HSPA/HSPA Evolution. rich functionality. GPIB. and analyze a broad range of cellular.com . Separate control of dual RF. Whether performing complex interference analysis or assessing signal quality. and best-in-class price/performance you've come to expect from Anritsu. GSM/ GPRS/EGPRS. Spectrum Master gives you the ease of use. Spectrum Master does it all. A full range of custom options will support future 3. 2G/3G/4G. And improving system uptime is always a priority. And with a rich array of configuration options. 438) 16 http://www. land mobile radio. Designed to handle the most punishing field conditions. AF. A. and Ethernet interfaces significantly improves manufacturing efficiency by reducing production costs and saving space.anritsu. CDMA2000® 1X. identify.

the BTS Master tests and verifies it all. From cable/antenna quality to downlink over-the-air.com . and best-in-class price/ performance you've come to expect from Anritsu. The lightweight and compact Cell Master quickly troubleshoots problems.anritsu.NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS Compact Handheld Base Station Analyzer MT8212E Cell MasterTM By far the biggest reasons customers abandon a wireless vendor is dissatisfaction with dropped calls and network outages. rich functionality. That's where Cell Master comes in. helping you meet customer expectations as well as KPIs. rich functionality. And Cell Master does all this while delivering the ease of use. modulation. And BTS Master does all this for advanced 3G and 4G networks while delivering the ease of use. (For further information see page 338) High Performance Handheld Base Station Analyzer MT8221B BTS MasterTM By far the biggest reason customers abandon a wireless vendor is dissatisfaction with dropped calls and network outages. RF. you can troubleshoot problems quickly to significantly enhance network reliability to meet increasingly high customer expectations as well as rigorous KPIs. (For further information see page 344) 17 http://www. With BTS Master. That's where BTS Master comes in. Cell Master supports both existing 2G and 3G networks and works flawlessly in even the most punishing outdoor environments. and backhaul quality. and best-in-class price/ performance you've come to expect from Anritsu.

Typical Bluetooth products that can be tested with the MT8855A include stereo and mono headsets. will offer the best accuracy and stability to the toughest measurements. and for the manufacturing engineer trying to maximize throughput without sacrificing accuracy. or the Hands-Free profile. integrated and accessory car kits. and desktop speakers. (For further information see page 471) 18 http://www.NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS For Rapid Audio Measurements on Products Running Bluetooth Audio Profiles MT8855A Bluetooth Audio Test Set 20 Hz to 20 kHz The MT8855A is the world's first test set designed specifically to perform high-quality audio measurements on products using the Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP). the result is the best all-around VNA available on the market today. Module testing is also facilitated using direct connection to the RF and audio connectors.com . Anritsu's MS4640A VNA offers the broadest coverage in a single instrument.anritsu. and for a long time to come. 70 kHz to 70 GHz. And when you can achieve synthesized sweeps at the industry fastest 20 µs/point. mobile phones. digital music players. coupled with excellent raw performance. Broadband Network Analysis Solutions MS4640A Series Vector Network Analyzers 70 kHz to 70 GHz The Anritsu MS4640A Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) offers a new level of performance for device modeling engineers struggling to accurately and reliably characterize their devices. The industry leading 100 dB dynamic range at 70 GHz. for R&D engineers pushing the last fraction of a dB out of their state-of-the-art designs. The additional two decades at the low end are even more impressive than the guaranteed 70 GHz coverage on the high end. Accessory microphones and speakers connect directly to the MT8855A’s audio inputs and outputs to enable the development of a complete test system. The MT8855A is the ideal instrument for both design validation and manufacturing test. the Headset profile. while achieving greater than 80 dB sensitivity. for better device modeling without having to switch to another RF VNA. (For further information see page 360) High Performance.

The standard ME7828A provides basic measurement capabilities for active device testing. (For further information see page 489) 19 http://www. measurement speed. and balanced linear active devices. The VectorStar multiport solution provides 10 MHz to 20/40/70 GHz 4-port capability using an external test set driven by the base VNA. proven switching technology to produce the high accuracy and wide dynamic range necessary to conduct 16 fully corrected S-parameter measurements with speed and accuracy. Two configurations are available. The development of the MN469xA series takes advantage of VectorStar’s 70 GHz highperformance.com . time domain analysis and device characterization. High Performance. The performance and frequency coverage provide designers and manufacturers of microwave/millimeter wave components and devices with a single system to accurately and quickly measure devices from DC to daylight.anritsu.NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS Multiport. The architecture is ideal for single-ended devices. balanced passive devices. and calibration and measurement stability over the broadest frequency range of 70 kHz to 110 GHz. Broadband Network Analysis Solutions MN4690A Series Vector Network Analyzer Multi-port Test Sets 40 MHz to 70 GHz The MN469xA series 4-port test sets for use with its VectorStar MS4640A vector network analyzer (VNA). (For further information see page 483) Broadband S-Parameter Measurements to 110 GHz and Beyond ME7828A Broadband and Millimeter Wave Vector Network Analyzer 70 kHz to 110 GHz (expandable to 500 GHz) The Broadband VectorStar ME7828A vector network analyzer system produces industry-best dynamic range. Both configurations are compatible with existing SUSS and Cascade probe stations and appropriate positioners. The ME7828A-012 delivers additional optimal performance for active device testing. This flexibility allows the removal of the test set for uncompromised 2-port measurements or for use with multiple VNAs.

Equally impressive. and best-in-class price/performance you've come to expect from Anritsu. Anywhere MS2026B/MS2028B VNA MasterTM 5 kHz to 6 GHz/20 GHz The Anritsu VNA Master MS2026B/28B is the industry's broadest frequency. this is ideally suited for tuning applications in the field. (For further information see page 515) 20 http://www. Spectrum Analyzer S331E/S332E. performs calibrations instantly. and DistanceTo-Fault measurements.anritsu. Site Master transforms the traditional fix-after-failure maintenance model to one that helps you identify and fix problems before major failures occur. rich functionality. anytime. which contains a wide variety of radio frequency communications systems. (For further information see page 497) Cable & Antenna Analyzer. this measurement tool offers the industry’s first 12-term error correction algorithm in a handheld VNA. phase. S361E/S362E Site MasterTM To keep up in today's rapidly expanding and evolving wireless communications market. and also many radars and microwave communication systems. And it does all this while delivering the ease of use. anywhere. both coax and waveguide. Using a 3-receiver architecture. the VNA Master can measure all 4 S-parameters at once with a single connection to the DUT. vector corrected 2-port magnitude. The latest Site Master completes sweeps quickly. It specifically addresses complex cable and antenna measurement needs in the field with accurate.NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS The Ultimate Handheld Vector Network Analyzer for Two-Port Measurements Anytime. you're required to service more base stations than ever – both 2G as well as the new 3G and 4G networks. handheld solution for 2-port measurements. Designed to get the job right the first time. With a typical measurement speed of 750 µsec per point. highest performance. and implements fast trace naming under even the most punishing field conditions.com . VNA Master MS2028B covers an unsurpassed frequency band from 5 kHz to 20 GHz.

and iDEN Signal Analyzer.com . P25 Talk-Out Coverage Measurements. Spectrum. The LMR Master is the ideal instrument for Land Mobile Radio (LMR) and Public Safety System technicians and engineers testing the RF performance of P25 and iDEN radios in the VHF/UHF. and P25 Tx Signal Analyzer P25 RF measurements. portable. 400 MHz. AM/FM demodulation. and Base Station analyzer family.anritsu. channel scanner. Antenna. GPS receiver. It builds upon Anritsu's expertise in developing accurate.NEW PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS Cable. (For further information see page 522) 21 http://www. rugged. Antenna. Interference. spectrum analyzer. The S412D can be configured to be equipped with a cable & antenna analyzer. 700 MHz. Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI). RF power meter. and easy-to-use field instrument aimed at simplifying life for field users. interference analyzer. and 800 MHz bands. and P25/iDEN Modulation Analyzer S412D LMR MasterTM 2 MHz to 1600 MHz Anritsu's S412D LMR Master is the latest addition to the successful Cell Master Cable.

................................................ 58.......... 47 Optical Time Domain Reflectometer . 40 OTDR Module ................ 76..................................................................... 44 Multi-Layer Network Test Platform ................................ 90 Bare Fiber Adapter .......... 72 Light Sources ...................................................... 49 OTDR/Chromatic Dispersion Application ..................... 74 Optical Fiber Identifiers .............. 70. 75 Visual Fault Locator.................................... 61 Optical Channel Analyzer Module ............ 86 Network Master Series Drop Cable Fault Locator Module ...................................... 91 22 http://www......................................OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Selection Guide .................... 67 Handheld Power Meters ................................... 23 ACCESS Masters™ ................................................................... 56 Optical Spectrum Analyzers . 81................................ 28 Coherent OTDR ...................... 65 Loss Test Sets .......................................................anritsu......com .............................................. 54 Polarisation Mode Dispersion Analyzer.................................................

8 µm to 1.31/1. 0. 1.55/1.65 µm (SMF) 1535.65 µm √ 1.55/1.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Selection Guide Polarization Mode Dispersion Measurement Eye Pattern Mask Compliance Testing Application Chromatic Dispersion Measurement Optical power Optical identification Light source wavelength Optical return loss measurement Fiber evaluation Loss High accuracy Model Low level Loss-wavelength Medium/high level Fault location Identification Wavelength Splice loss Spectrum High-loss Laser diode testing Remarks Loss Test Sets/ Handheld Power Meter Light Source/ Handheld Power Meter CMA50 Series CMA5 Series MS9710B MS9710C √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 0.anritsu.08 nm 0.383/ 1.85 µm to 1.49/1.85/1.625 µm √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 1.78/1.25 µm to 1.85/1.com .65 µm 0.625 µm (SM) 0.625 µm 0.7 µm 635 nm 0.55/1.3 µm (MMF).31 µm to 1.49/ 1.5 Gbit/s 1.6 µm to 1.31/1.383/1.03 nm to 1565.75 µm Optical Spectrum Analyzer MS9780A CMA5000a OSA 400 CMA5000a OSA 425 OTDR OTDR Module ACCESS Master Coherent OTDR Network Master Eye Pattern Analyzer PMD Analyzer Chromatic Dispersion Analyzer Optical Fiber Identifier Visual Fault Locator CMA5000a OTDR Series MW9077A/A1/A2/B MT9083A/B/C MW90010A MU909011A MU909020A MP1026B CMA5000a PMD CMA5000a CD-OTDR FI700 VFL650 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 23 Others Loss http://www.25 µm to 1.31/1.3 µm (MMF).55 µm (SM) √ √ √ CWDM network analyzer 100 Mbit/s to 12.625/1.78/1.625 µm (SMF) 1.

Flat ∗4: Ferrule type. specify only the connector connected to the measured fiber. Flat and PC. Specify the option number. please refer to individual product page. For connectors without “√” symbols or which do not appear in the table. the required instrument can be supplied according to the order.0 mm∗1 26 27 31 32 33 37 38 39 40 41 42 HFS-13/A (GI)∗3 43 HMS-10/A (SM)∗2 √ √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 47 HRL-10 (APC)∗1 √ √ Adapter Loss Test Sets/ Handheld Power Meter MA9005B CMA50 Series∗5 √ √ √ √ √ √ Light Source/Handheld Power Meter CMA5 Series∗5 MS9710B MS9710C Optical Spectrum Analyzer MS9780A CMA5000a OSA 400∗5 CMA5000a OSA 425∗5 OTDR OTDR Module ACCESS Master Network Master Coherent OTDR PMD Analyzer Chromatic Dispersion Analyzer CMA5000a OTDR Series∗5 MW9077A/A1/A2/B MT9083A/B/C MU909011A MU909020A MW90010A CMA5000a PMD∗5 CMA5000a CD-OTDR∗5 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗4 √∗4 √ √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 √∗4 ∗1: Ferrule type.com TOCP 172∗3 DIN 47256 SC-APC∗1 E-2000∗2 MU∗2 EC∗1 LC∗2 SC FC ST . and number of the optical connector from the table below according to the type of optical connector you use. model name. Connector option number 24 FC-APC key width 2. PC (user replaceable and cleanable) ∗5: For connector and product numbers.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Optical Connector Options for Anritsu Optical Measuring Instruments A variety of optical connectors are used with optical fibers worldwide. No marking: Ferrule type. consult your sales representative.2 mm∗1 Model 25 FC-APC key width 2. If no specification is made. consult the literature on the instrument before specifying the connector option. 24 http://www. Be sure to consult us before ordering. Some measuring instruments use connectors only for PC-polished ends. APC (angled PC) ∗2: Ferrule type. particularly for optical connectors for single-mode fibers. an FC-type connector will be supplied. PC ∗3: Ferrule type. For measuring equipment with more than one control panel. Optical connectors may be designed for either flat-polished or PCpolished ends. to avoid trouble with connectors not fitting.anritsu. For combinations marked with “√” symbols in the table.

convex) Plug 15 5 4 Adapter 15 9.5 9 12 Adapter 9 56 19.75 2-ø2.8 9 . convex: PC) Plug Adapter 27.5 Option 31: EC (angled convex: APC) Plug Adapter 28.5 42 ø9 M8 x 0.5 25 55 Option 27: E-2000 (convex: PC.5 9.4 15 18 22 ø2.2 x ø3.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Unit in mm Option 24: FC-APC key width 2.2 max 56 max 25 13 http://www.com 12.anritsu.25 42 3. angled convex: APC) Plug 31.0 mm (angled convex) Option 37: FC (flat.8 Option 26: SC-APC (angled convex) Option 40: SC (flat.2 mm (angled convex) Option 25: FC-APC key width 2.5 ø2.

5 26 ø2.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Unit in mm Option 32: MU Plug Adapter Option 33: LC Plug 50.9 Adapter 24.4 Adapter 21. convex: PC) Plug Adapter ø2.5 http://www. convex: PC) Option 47: HRL-10 (angled convex) Plug M5.5 M5.anritsu.com .0 13.5 ø7.2 29.5 Option 39: DIN 47256 (flat.5 x 0.5 x 0.5 38.5 ø6.6 16.2 Option 38: ST (flat.

convex: PC) Plug Adapter 23.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Option 41: TOCP 172 (flat) Plug 13 6. flat) Plug Adapter 23.5 1/4-36 UNS 37.anritsu.3 10 .7 Option 42: HFS-13/A (GI.com 1/4-36 UNS 27 37.5 ø9.5 ø9.5 http://www.5 ø2.5 1/4-36 UNS-2A SW8 SW5.5 ø2.5 1/4-36 UNS-2A SW8 SW5.3 Option 43: HMS-10/A (SM.

up to 45 dB.anritsu. enhanced range with full 1 × 64 PON support. both requiring different types of measuring instruments with different performance. In addition. fiber construction requires measuring instruments with different functions and performance. etc. 0.55/1.78/1. 28 http://www. FTTx access networks use single mode (SM) fiber whereas optical LANs use multimode (MM) fiber. optical-fiber technologies are playing increasingly important roles in mobile communications and digital broadcasting systems. including access networks such as FTTx. • MT9083B: High performance. Visible Light Sources.49/1. Anritsu has an MT9083 model for your needs. On the other hand. Whatever your work.31/1. CATV.. long haul or intra-building.com . including OTDRs. frame loss and point-to-point connectivity • Test up to four wavelengths with a single unit . • MT9083C: Ultra-high performance. sealed design provides years of service in the most challenging environments • IP testing option verifies throughput. Light Sources. multimode or both • Unique in-service testing without the need for external filters • Verify connector quality with optional connector inspection microscope Full SCPI Command Support for Remote Operation or Automated Testing Multiple Models to Meet Any Testing Requirement • MT9083A: General purpose. Technicians maintaining these diverse systems are forced to carry a large variety of test equipment on-site. and optical LANs. Key Features • Ready to test in about 15 seconds…and all day without recharging • Specialized testing modes simplify operation • High resolution and high dynamic range ensure quick and through fiber evaluation • Intelligent analysis software identifies problem splices. as well as a notebook computer for evaluating the FTTx QoS. lightweight. connectors and even macrobends • Rugged.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS ACCESS MASTER™ MT9083 Series 0.65 µm (SMF) All-in-One Solution that Reduces Testing Times to Install and Maintain FTTx. But now Anritsu’ s new line of MT9083 ACCESS Master OTDRs solves all these problems by providing all the measurement functions and performance required for optical fiber construction and maintenance in a compact. all-in-one unit that eliminates the burden of carrying many different test sets and instruments on-site. As an example.383/1. good range.625/1. enhanced range with full 1 × 128 PON support. CATV. construction or maintenance.85/1. up to 38 dB. Moreover. Optical Power Meters. core and backbone networks utilize long fibers while optical access networks use short fibers.3 µm (MMF). up to 42 dB. LAN.single mode. Access and Metro Networks NEW Optical fibers are a key technology in today’s modern communications systems.

With its high dynamic range and quick data acquisition.com .OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Optimized for Verifying Pon Splitters Up to 1 × 128 Count Many OTDRs claim to be able to test splitter-based. The MT9083B or C Enhanced Range Mode and a Pulse width of 100 ns provides excellent dynamic range while not compromising deadzone resolution to clearly display multiple.anritsu. cascaded splitters up to an industry-leading 1 × 128 count. the MT9083 provides unparalleled resolution of single or closely spaced. high loss splitters. It is also optimized at the most commonly used pulse widths like 100 ns to provide excellent resolution and measurement distance while greatly reducing test time. Enhanced Performance to Reduce Testing Time by 75% The MT9083B and MT9083C series feature high dynamic range (up to 45 dB) allowing fibers over 200 km to be measured. passive optical networks (PON) but the MT9083 delivers in a way others wish they could. MT9083A Noise Floor MT9083B/C Noise Floor Measurement time: 10 sec Fig. 29 http://www. 2: Improved measurement range from MT9083A to MT9083B/C (100 ns shown) 200 m Fig 1: Typical PON 1 × 64 count System Measurement from the customer premise.

Convenient Features • Supports Two Display Types There are two types of 6.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Exceptional OTDR Performance from the World’s First OTDR Manufacturer Evaluation of access networks ranging from a few kilometers to metro networks reaching up to 100 km in length is becoming commonplace.anritsu. TFT.for any network type. offering easy viewing for working both indoors and outdoors – even in direct sunlight.001 Data Points for Increased Accuracy The MT9083C series also collects up to 150. professional reports are easily generated 30 http://www. 3: With its high resolution optics. and the Enhanced type (MT9083A1). fiber acceptance and exceptions as well as various printing options are possible with only a few mouse clicks. • Multiple Wavelengths and Models With nine available wavelengths spanning both single mode and multimode. Fig. Professional reports including splice loss. • Event Table with User Defined Thresholds PASS/FAIL thresholds for key acceptance criteria such as splice loss.5-inch. 6: Dedicated measurement modes simplify testing for any skill level. • NETWORKS PC Software for Analysis and Reporting Once the data is collected. • Up to 150. requiring OTDRs to have the performance and functions for evaluating both short and long fibers. Up to four of these wavelengths can be combined into a single optical output providing full spectrum characterization. 4: Spans of over 200 km are also easily tested making the MT9083 the only tool you will need .com .001 with a resolution of just 2 m. the MT9083 also features up to 45 dB of dynamic range allowing it to easily test 200 + km spans making it a very useful tool for any network type. FTTx and intra-building faults with ease – providing a level of detail never before seen. the ACCESS Master delivers on both fronts. offering easy viewing for working indoors. the ACCESS Master MT9083 is sure to meet your individual needs. the MT9083 features dedicated measurement modes via the top menu to automate and simplify the task at hand. NetWorks PC emulation software makes analysis and report generation a breeze. the MT9083A provides exceptional detail allowing users to quickly determine where the problem is – even when events are closely spaced. Fig. • Extended Range Testing of 200 + km Fibers In addition to its superb high-resolution performance. Fig. Solutions for Various Measurement Needs • Simple Operation To simplify testing. connector loss and reflectance can be set in the MT9083 allowing technicians to easily assess a fiber’s condition. Failing values are clearly highlighted in the event table alerting technicians of potential problems. 7: Comprehensive. Fig. Designed with this in mind. • Improved Short Fiber Analysis An event dead zone of less than 1m (80 cm typical) and a sampling resolution of 5 centimeters allow the MT9083A to evaluate connections and troubleshoot central office. color LCDs: the Standard type (MT9083A). This provides the necessary detail when installing and maintaining fiber spans.

The ACCESS Master has a built-in IP Network Connection Check function that can be used for both optical fibers and optical access QoS evaluation. Using the MT9083 Download Throughput Measurement function frees the results from the impact of PC performance and provides accurate results. the MT9083 supports SCPI commands. light-weight MT9083 supporting tasks ranging from searching for faults in optical fibers to QoS evaluation to FTTx troubleshooting with just one unit. When an MT9083 is connected to each end of the service. • FTTx Download Speed Evaluation FTTx service performance is easily evaluated from the download throughput. load) and never provided accurate measurements. 9: VIP Mode Fig. Fig. an on-screen highlight blocks out the expected splice locations during trace acquisition. network usage efficiency can be measured easily too.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Template Feature • Video Inspection Probe Support To simplify fiber acceptance. possible causes are displayed on-screen to help isolate the source of the problem. unmanned monitoring applications. Optical Power Meter. This is standard equipment on all single mode models . Connector end faces can be safely viewed and images stored to document all aspects of your network. 270 Hz. The table can also be saved as a text file and exported to a PC spreadsheet program for further manipulation or integration into a standard company template.anritsu. business users are starting to think about guaranteed bandwidth services and higher-speed gigabit services. both the upload and download speeds can be evaluated. • Standard or Optional Integrated Power Meter In the base unit. Remote control can also be used for remote. In addition.a chargeable option on most other OTDRs. This allows the causes of drops in FTTx service speeds to be pinpointed to the network side or the user’s PC side. OS. When equipped with the optional connector video inspection probe (VIP). 1 kHz and 2 kHz modulations for easy fiber identification. and IP tester are built into Anritsu’s compact. Previous evaluation systems were always limited by the PC performance (CPU speed. the Access Master incorporates an onthe-fly template feature to quickly locate and measure all splices in a fiber cable. • Remote Command Support • Connection and Ping Tests ∗ LabVIEW is a registered trademark of Naional Instrumens. Complete Loss Test Set Features • Standard Stabilized Light Source The OTDR port also functions as a stabilized light source providing continuous wave. The MT9083 has an optional built-in 1000BASE-T electrical interface for evaluating Gigabit Ethernet throughput (up to full line rate) for verifying performance on increasing common Gigabit Ethernet service. A True All-in-One Tester An OTDR. • Data Table for Saved Results Loss test set measurements for multiple wavelengths can be saved into a results table for easy comparison and archiving. memory size. 8: Template Mode Optical Access Network QoS Evaluation Using IP Testing Faults that cause drops in FTTx service speed are handled differently according to whether the cause is outside or inside the building. splices and fiber management issues such as macrobends. Additional power meter options are available for higher power transmissions and loop-back testing. the MT9083 becomes a powerful tool for evaluating connector cleanliness and quality. The first step in testing a service is to verify continuity. Through the use of a USB converter and a common scripting program such as LabViewTM. • Throughput Measurement and Frame Counter The ACCESS Master has a two-way throughput measurement function for efficient evaluation of guaranteed bandwidth services. the OTDR port also functions as an integrated power meter for verification of optical power levels. Visible Light Source. • Visual Laser Source for Easy Fault Location and Fiber Identification A Visible Light Source is useful for tracking down bad connections. When issues are present. The optional Visible Light Source is factory installed in the MT9083A and features up to 5 km (3 miles) of operation.com . In addition. The built-in IP Connection Test Function supports both PPPoE and DHCP services. the MT9083 can be quickly integrated and immediately reduce testing times. • Gigabit Ethernet Support • Faults Identified 31 http://www. To simplify and automate testing in manufacturing and lab environments. And since the builtin frame counter functions can be used to measure received frame types and to count error frames.

5 km) 0. mi User selectable (English. fiber length Standard OTDR: User selectable automatic or manual set-up Construction OTDR: Automated. JIS C 0920 TYPE I EN61326-1. 5. except 780 nm: 0. 100 km Fault locate: Provides end/break location. 1. 13 dB/div 1.Fiber end/break: 1 to 99 dB (1 dB steps) Number of detected events: up to 99 Macrobend detection Telcordia universal. 1. multi-wavelength testing Light source: Stabilized Light source (CW. 200 km (MT9083A and B series. dB/km. 100.) Live Fiber detect : Verifies presence of communication light in optical fiber Connection check: Automatic check of OTDR to FUT connection quality Trace overlay and comparison. 50. 25. USB keyboard support. 10. 1 kHz. 6 hours typical continuous testing ∗2: Either high density value is selected depending on distance range ∗3: Except 780 nm ∗4: Resolution: Low Density. Allowable input voltage range: 90 to 264 V. 25.8 lbs) including battery Size: 284 (W) × 200 (H) × 77 (D) mm 11. 100. Video output to PC Operating temperature and humidity: 0° to +40°C (MT9083A and B series). Korean. SOR.6 × 6.13. 0. splice loss.5.anritsu. Type B × 1 (USB mass storage) Internal memory: 440 MB (up to 1000 traces).9 × 3 inches Weight: 2. Simplified Chinese. 25.25. 10.000 traces with 512 MB 12 VDC.5. sweeping halted at 25˚C. Spanish and Swedish . backlight off.01 to 9. Italian. 2 point LSA. with backlight.) Single mode: ±2 dB. m.5. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Testing Modes Fiber Event Analysis OTDR Trace Format Other Functions Environmental Conditions EMC LVD Notes ∗1: Typical.400000 to 1. 068 -1 sec. Portuguese.0 dB (0.15 sec.99 dB (0. 2. 2 kHz output) Loss test set (optional): Power meter and Light source Connector Video Inspection Probe Visual fault locator (optional): Visible red light for fiber identification and troubleshooting Auto or manual operation.5. 200.9 kg (6. Template function. 270 Hz.699999 (0.Reflective and non-reflective events: 0. Russian. <80% (non-condensing) 0° to +45°C (MT9083C series).0 to –20.com . end to end loss.5.1.3.2 × 7. or less 32 http://www.contact Anritsu for availability of others) Normal: 5001. French.Reflectance: –70. 3. TypeA × 1 (memory). 50.5 inch TFT-LCD (640 × 480.01 dB steps) .OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications MT9083A/B/C ACCESS Master Common Specifications Item Without protector (option 010) Dimensions and Mass With protector (option 010) Display Interface Data Storage Power Supply Battery Power Saving Functions Vertical Scale IOR Setting Units Languages Sampling Points∗2 Sampling Resolution∗3 Reflectance Accuracy Distance Accuracy Distance Range General Specifications Size: 270 (W) × 165 (H) × 61 (D) mm 10.000001 steps) km. Except models 062.5. issue 2 (SR-4731) Real time sweep∗4: 0. 2.65. 50 Hz/60 Hz Type: Lithium ion Operating Time∗1: 8 hours Recharge Time: <5 hours (power off) Backlight off: Disable/1 to 99 minutes Auto shutdown: Disable/1 to 99 minutes 0.001 (MT9083C series) 5 cm (min. multimode: ±4 dB ±1 m ±3 × measurement distance × 10 -5 ± marker resolution (excluding IOR uncertainty) Single mode: 0. 1. displayed in table format User defined PASS/FAIL thresholds: . up to 150. 50.5. 0. 100 to 240 VAC.5. Remote control. High density: 20001 or 25001 (MT9083A and B series). 6. 1. 300 km (MT9083C series) Multimode: 0. 2.4 lbs) including battery 6. External memory (USB): up to 30.1 dB steps) .2 kg (4. German. 10. 2. <80% (non-condensing) Storage temperature and humidity: –20° to +60°C. ft. 5.33. transparent type). kft. <80% (non-condensing) Vibration: Conforming to MIL-T-28800E Class 3 Dust proof: MIL-T-28800E Class 2 Drip proof: IP51 (IEC 60529).5 × 2. ORL Averaging modes: Timed (1 to 3600 sec. Traditional Chinese.4 inches Weight: 2. 1. Loss modes: 2 point loss. 5. enhanced indoor/outdoor optional USB 1.

056.5/6.5/33 dB 36.5 m ≤5/5.50 (issued 26 July 2001) ∗5: 25°C.5/36/33.com .652 3.5/7.10 Excludes deviations caused by conformance to Laser Notice N.5/8.652 3. 059. 25°C ∗7: Dynamic range (one-way back-scattered light). 500. 500. 20.5/7.5/7. 1300. 1383 nm ±2 nm ≤3.) ≤4 m (3 m typ.5 m ≤6/6. 2000. 50. 055. 50.5/8. 1645 nm to 1655 nm 1310/1490/1550 nm ±25 nm 1310/1550/1625 nm ±25 nm 1310/1490/1550/1625 nm ±25 nm 1310/1550/1625 nm ±25 nm.) ≤4/5 m (3/4 m typ. 068 780 nm) at Distance range: 2.5/7.5 dB 34/32. 1000.) 050 051 052 073 054 055 056 057 MT9083A 058 059 060 061 062 068 063 064 065 Laser Safety ∗13 √ 1310 nm ±25 nm 1550 nm ±25 nm 1645 nm to 1655 nm 1310/1550 nm ±25 nm 1550 nm ±25 nm. 500.5 dB.) ≤1 m. Pulse width: 1 µs (all except 850. 100.5/125 µm∗12 1550 nm above 780 nm: 5. 20000 ns 40/39/39 dB ∗11 40/39/38 dB ∗11 38/37/37/36 dB ∗11 38/37/37/36 dB ∗11 SMF: above MMF: 3.) ≤5 m ≤5.5/8. 068 IEC Pub 60825-1:2001 Class1M: option 050. 4000 ns 850 nm: Not support 1000.5 m ≤7/7. 850/1300 nm ±30 nm 850/1300 nm ±30 nm 850 nm ±30 nm HYBRID (SMF/MMF)∗12 Multimode (MMF) 62. 073.5 dB 38/36.5/7.5 m. 064 1300 nm) at Distance range: 25 km Pulse width: 500 ns (Options 063. 50.5 m MT9083B 058 059 063 √ 1310/1550 nm ±25 nm. 060.5/6. 053. 1000.652 3. 500. 2000.5 m ≤6/6. 10000.) ≤1 m ≤1 m 1550 nm: (80 cm typ. 061.5 m ≤6. 2000. 058. 054. 200.5 m ≤6/6. ≤4/5 m (3/4 m typ.5 dB 8 dB (10 ns) 8/36.5/7. 1650 nm ±5 nm 1310/1490/1550 nm ±25 nm 1310/1550/1625 nm ±25 nm 1310/1490/1550/1625 nm ±25 nm 1310/1550/1625 nm ±25 nm.5 dB 36/34. 2000. 200.5 m ≤7/7. 20. 780 nm). 10.5 m. 200. 20. 065. 052. 10.5/29.) ≤3. 2000.5/8.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS OTDR Specifications Options 053 HR/ER Mode √ Wavelength∗5 1310/1550 nm ±25 nm Fiber Type Pulse width Dynamic Range∗6.) IEC Pub 60825-1:2001 Class1: option 051.8/4. 065 850 nm) at Distance range: 25 km Pulse width: 10 ns (Options 062.anritsu. 1310/ 1550 nm) at Distance range: 100 km Pulse width: 4 µs (Options 063. 850/1300 nm: 100 ns. 10 ns Same as SMF & MMF 3. 2000. 1383 nm ±2 nm 1490 nm ±25 nm 1625 nm ±25 nm 780 nm ±20 nm 780 nm ±20 nm. 100.3/4.7 45/45 dB Single Mode (SMF) 10/125 µm ITU-T G. 4000 ns Single Mode (SMF) 10/125 µm ITU-T G. 1000. ≤80 cm (typ. 063. Level SNR = 1 Distance 33 http://www. 20000 ns MT9083C 25/25 dB ∗10 (Pulse width:100 ns) 45/45/43 dB 25/25/23 dB ∗10 (Pulse width:100 ns) 42/41 dB ∗11 42/41/35 dB ∗11 Single Mode (SMF) 10/125 µm ITU-T G.5 m ≤7 m ≤7/5. 4000 ns ≤1 m (80 cm typ.5 dB 36/34.5 m ≤5/5.5/6.5 dB 33.5/29. 100.5/31.5 dB 36/33. 062. 20. 4000.1000. 063. 4000 ns 850 nm: Not Support 1000.5 m ≤7/7.5 km Averaging: 180 sec. 10.) ≤1 m (80 cm typ.5/6. 100. ≤4/5 m (3/4 m typ.5 m ≤6/6. 1550 nm ±25 nm 1310/1550 nm ±25 nm.5 m ≤5. 20. SNR = 1: The level difference between the RMS noise level and the level where near end back-scattering occurs. 500.5 m ≤5. 073 21 CFR1040.5/34..5/7. 057.5 dB 34/32.5 m ≤5/5. 4000. 50.5/32.8 m ≤5/5.5 dB 37 dB 33. 064. 2000.5 m ≤6. 10. 100. 850/1300 nm ±30 nm HYBRID (SMF/MMF)∗11 42/41 dB ∗11 29/28 dB ∗11 ≤5/5.5 dB 38/36. 10000.5 m ≤5/5.8/4. 10. 068.5 m ≤7/7. 28/27 dB 28/27 dB 28 dB ≤1 m (80 cm typ.3 m Deadzone (Fresnel)∗8 Deadzone (Backscatter)∗9 057 053 055 056 057 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 1310/1550/1625 nm ±25 nm 1310/1550 nm ±25 nm 1310/1550 nm ±25 nm. 50. 200. 1000. SNR=1.5 dB 37. 4000. 200. 1645 nm to 1655 nm 1310/1550 nm ±25 nm. 10000. 20000 ns 38. 780 nm: 10 ns ∗6: Pulse widths: 20 µs (Options 050 to 061.

0 dB ∗13: Safety measures for laser products This option complies with optical safety standards in Class 1. ∗15 Power meters (004. 1300. 068. 2 kHz Same as OTDR Specification l1: Fresnel reflection ∗10: Pulse width: 100 ns (ER Mode). 068. 060 to 063. l2: Back-scattered light Power Meter Specifications – Standard on all models ∗14 Standard Integrated Power Meter ∗15 (through OTDR port) Item Maximum Input Measurement Range Fiber Type Optical Connector Accuracy∗19 Supported Wavelengths Features +10 dBm –50 to –5 dBm Same as OTDR Same as OTDR ±6. 063. 270 Hz.652) ∗PC only for UPC connector –50 to +23 dBm 1200 nm to 1700 nm 1310. 1625. 1 kHz. 25°C ∗11: Typical. 1M of IEC 60825-1.. 1383 nm: ±2 nm. 850/1300 nm) 1. 1550. Deviation ±0.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS ∗8: Pulse width: 3 ns (Options 050 to 061. 051. 25˚C (Refer to the figure below) ∗9: Pulse width 10 ns. 058. 1 kHz. ≤3 nm (1650 nm). 25°C (Options 063 to 065. except MT9083C-057) Pulse width 3 ns. Subtract 1 dB for guarantee ∗12: At measurement of 50/125 µm MM Fiber. 060) ∗ 1383 nm (059) ∗ 1650 nm (050. 055. 1310.5 dB.5 dB. loss table Specification Loss Test Set Specifications – Optional on all Models ∗14. 065. Deviation ±0.652). 073. 063. 005 and 007) Option Number Fiber Type Measurement Range∗20 Wavelength Range Calibrated Wavelengths Optical Connector Accuracy∗22 Modulation Features MT9083A/B/C-007 Single Mode: 10/125 µm (G. 25°C (Options 056 to 059. return loss 55 dB.1 dB CW. the dynamic range drops by abot 3. loss table MT9083A/B/C-004 Single Mode: 10/125 µm (G. 068.anritsu.652) –43 to +30 dBm 34 http://www.5/125 µm –67 to +6 dBm∗21 750 nm to 1700 nm 850. 1490. 068. 1650 nm: ±5 nm Same as OTDR Same as OTDR –5 ±1. 1550. 1625. 1490.5% 1310. 780 nm) Return loss: 40 dB. Distance range: 100 km Averaging: 180 sec. 270 Hz. 073. Deviation ±0. 1550 nm) Pulse width: 5 ns (Options 062. SNR = 1. 061.5 dB 0. ≤1 nm (1383 nm) 850/1300/1310/1490/1550/1625 nm: ±30 nm 780 nm: ±20 nm. 1650 nm Universal – uses LP-XX adapters ±5% CW.com . return loss 55 dB. 2 kHz Store reference. 1383. return loss 40 dB. 057. 1625 nm plus ∗ 1490 nm (056. 073) Store reference.5 dB l1 l2 Light Source Specifications – Standard on all models ∗14 Stabilized Light Source (through OTDR port) Item Wavelength∗16 Spectral Width∗16 Wavelength Accuracy Fiber Type Optical Connector Output Power∗16 Output Stability∗17 Modes of Operation∗18 Laser Safety Same as OTDR ≤5 nm (1310 nm) ≤10 nm (1490/1550/1625 nm). All except 850/1300 nm) Pulse width 20 ns. Multimode: 62. 1383.5 dBm ±0. 064. MT9083C-057. 054. 25°C (Options 050 to 055. 053. 1650 nm Universal – uses JXXXX adapters (same as OTDR) Universal – uses MA9005B adapters MT9083A/B/C-005 Single Mode: 10/125 µm (G. 1550. the following descriptive labels are affixed to the product.5 dB.

331 ±5 g typ. 3 A 60 (W) × 34 (H) × 122 (D) mm. Standard Light Source and Power Meter Built-in LS: MT9083A/B/C standard built-in stabilized Light Source. the standard integrated power meter is not available ∗16: CW. 25˚C ∗17: CW. –20 dBm at 1550 nm. values over 1 minute.H.50 (issued 26 July 2001) Same as OTDR ∗14: Some models do not support built-in light source and power meter (See next page) ∗15: If option 004.10 Excludes deviations caused by conformance to Laser Notice N.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Visible Light Source (Option 002) Central Wavelength Optical Output Output Optical Fiber Optical Connector Laser Safety∗23 Environmental 650 nm ±15 nm (at 25˚C) 0 ±3 dBm (CW) 10/125 µm. After zero offset ∗23: Safety measures for laser products This option complies with optical safety standards in Class 3R of IEC 60825-1. model 007: At –10 dBm. 4200 mAh 53 (W) × 19 (H) × 215 (D) mm.652) 2. Charging: +5° to +30˚C. 25˚C model 004/005: At 0 dBm. subtract 3 dB for modulated tones ∗21: –60 to +3 dBm (Option 007 @850 nm) ∗22: CW. the following descriptive labels are affixed to the product. Operating temperature: 0° to +40˚C. 50 Hz/60 Hz 12 Vdc. At –10 dBm. SMF (ITU-T G.5 mm universal IEC Pub 60825-1Class 3R. OPM: MT9083A/B/C standard built-in Optical Power Meter Options MT9083A-050 MT9083A-051 MT9083A-052 MT9083B/C-053 MT9083A-073 MT9083A-054 MT9083A/B-055 MT9083A/B-056 MT9083A/B/C-057 MT9083A/B-058 MT9083A/B-059 Optical Port 1310 nm SM 1550 nm SM 1650 nm SM 1310/1550 nm SM 1310/1550 nm SM 1550 nm SM 1650 nm SM 1310/1550 nm SM 1650 nm SM 1310/1490/1550 nm SM 1310/1550/1625 nm SM 1310/1490/1550/1625 nm SM 1310/1550/1625/1383 nm SM LS √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ OPM √ √ — √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Model MT9083A-060 MT9083A-061 MT9083A-062 MT9083A/B-063 MT9083A-064 MT9083A-065 MT9083A-068 Optical Port 1490 nm SM 1625 nm SM 780 nm SM 850/1300 nm MMF 1310/1550 nm SM 850/1300 nm MMF 850 nm GI 780 nm SM 1550 nm SM LS √ √ — √ √ √ √ — √ OPM √ √ — — √ — — — √ Battery pack: Z0921A Battery Voltage. 21 CFR1040. 0° to 40˚C (±1˚C) difference between max/min. 10 to 95% R. SM fiber 2 m ∗18: Modulation +1. 850 nm. Storage temperature: –20° to +80˚C. Capacity Dimensions and Mass Operating Temperature Lithium Ion secondary battery 11. 005 or 007 is ordered. 1310 nm and 1550 nm Using Master FC connector. 35 http://www. ≤80%RH Storage: –20° to +50˚C.anritsu.5% with 10 minute warm up ∗19: CW input. 1310/1550 nm. ≤80%RH Discharging: –20° to +60˚C. ≤80%RH AC adapter: Z0933A Rated AC Input Rated DC Output Dimensions and Mass Environmental Conditions 100 to 240 VAC. 330 g typ.1 V.com .H. 23˚C ±2 Using Master FC connector ∗20: Peak power. 20 to 80% R.

10% 1 to 720 min. MT9083C Series (OTDR Ultra-high Performance Model) Model/Order No. Enhanced display for indoor/outdoor use 2) Select Optical Configuration Includes choice of OTDR connector adapters – select in step 5 below. 256. SM 1310/1550/1625 nm. printed quick user's guide and user’s manual (CD). in steps of 1% 5. 512. 60.01. VID: 1 to 4094.. SM 1310/1490/1550 nm. 0. 1310/1550 nm SM Application General-purpose model for construction. Single VLAN tag is supported. 20. 1280. Only PPPoE frame.anritsu. Auto negotiation. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. Auto MDI/MDI-X OK/NG Judgment PPPoE. 0. 1518. DHCP. SM 1310/1383/1550/1625 nm.com . 300 s 1% or 5% of the line band 0. The full wire rate is supported. AC charger/adapter. 64. maintenance and fault location General-purpose models for construction. SM 1310/1490/1550/1625 nm. 1. Timeout Threshold: 1 to 60 s Timeout Threshold: 2 to 60 s.1. 15. maintenance and fault location General-purpose plus enhanced macrobend detection at 1625 nm MT9083B Series (OTDR High Performance Model) Model/Order No. 9618 : The frame size 9018 and 9618 can be selected when the link speed is 1000 M. SM 1310/1550/1625 nm. SM 1310/1550 nm & 1650 nm. battery pack (1). MT9083B-053 MT9083B-055 MT9083B-056 MT9083B-057 MT9083B-058 MT9083B-059 MT9083B-063 HR/ER Mode √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Wavelength 1310/1550 nm. 10M/100M Half. Only VLAN frame Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. Hops: 1 to 255 Can be performed after the connection is established by using the Connectivity Check function. 768. MT9083A/B/C MT9083A1/B1/C1 Description ACCESS Master base unit.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS IP Testing Option Options Name Measurement IF IF Speed Connectivity Check Connection Mode VLAN Connection Test Ping Test Trace Route Test Download Throughput Measurement Download File Size Download Throughput Value Throughput Measurement Frame Size Transmit Rate Transmit Duration Time Resolution Loss Tolerance Counter Measurement Measurement Time Frame Type MT9083A/B/C-001 IP Network Connection Check Function 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX : 1 port MT9083A/B/C-011 Gigabit Ethernet Upgrade 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T : 1 port 10M/100M Full. MT9083C-053 MT9083C-057 HR/ER Mode √ √ Wavelength 1310/1550 nm. 10. All frame. 180. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. COS: 0 to 7 Can be executed after the connection is established by using the Connectivity Check function. 128. 1024. Up to 1 GB Download file size [bits] / Download time [s] Can be performed after the connection is established by using the Connectivity Check function. Number of Times: 1 to 999. Model/Order No. name and quantity when ordering. maintenance and fault location plus In-service measurement – integrated filter to block transmissions General-purpose plus 1490 nm for FTTx/PON applications General-purpose plus enhanced macrobend detection at 1625 nm General purpose for any application or full spectrum characterization General-purpose plus supports Water Peak testing at 1383 nm Best unit for contractors or anyone who installs or maintains hybrid networks 36 http://www. Manual VLAN setup is possible in the DHCP Mode and Manual Mode. Standard display for indoor use ACCESS Master base unit. SM Application General-purpose model for construction. line cord. 5. 30. in steps of 1 min. SM 850/1300 nm MM. 1) Specify Base Unit Includes ACCESS Master OTDR. 1 to 100% of the line band (100% at full-wire rate). 9018.

SM 1310/1550 nm. maintenance and fault location General-purpose model for construction. SM 850/1300 nm MM. display cover and shoulder strap) IP Network Connection Check Function Gigabit Ethernet Upgrade (requires option MT9083A/B/C-001) Without Protector option-010 With Protector option-010 4) Select Loss Test Set Options Optical Power Meter Must be added as separate. -005. NOTE: FC-APC and SC-APC are not available for MM OTDR or Optical Power Meter. MT9083A/B/C-002 Visible Laser Diode SMF Optical Power Meter (UPC only) SMF High Power Optical Power Meter (UPC/APC) SMF/MMF Optical Power Meter (UPC/APC) Visible Light Source Description Description 5) Select Connector Types The ACCESS Master MT9083 can be optioned to feature up to three optical ports – single mode OTDR. SM 1310/1550/1625 nm. MT9083A/B/C-004 MT9083A/B/C-005 MT9083A/B/C-007 Model/Order No.com . 3) Select Factory Installed Options Must be added as separate. MM 850 nm.single mode OTDR only (additional charge applies) LC Connector FC Connector Model/Order No. chargeable line items. 37 http://www. MT9083A-050 MT9083A-051 MT9083A-052 MT9083A-073 MT9083A-054 MT9083A-055 MT9083A-056 MT9083A-057 MT9083A-058 MT9083A-059 MT9083A-060 MT9083A-061 MT9083A-062 MT9083A-068 MT9083A-063 MT9083A-064 MT9083A-065 HR/ER Mode Wavelength 1310 nm. SM 1310/1490/1550 nm. MT9083A/B/C-025 MT9083A/B/C-026 MT9083A/B/C-033 MT9083A/B/C-037 Description FC-APC Connector .single mode OTDR only (additional charge applies) SC-APC Connector . multimode OTDR and an Optical Power Meter (options -004. MT9083A/B/C-010 MT9083A/B/C-001 MT9083A/B/C-011 Description Protector option (includes rubber bumpers. Model/Order No. SM 1550 nm & 1650 nm. MM Application General-purpose model for construction. maintenance and fault location General-purpose models for construction. 1310/1550 nm SM 850/1300 nm. MT9083A/B/C-038 MT9083A/B/C-039 MT9083A/B/C-040 MT9083A/B/C-043 ST Connector DIN Connector SC Connector HMS-10/A Connector Description Note: UPC and APC connectors are not compatible – the internal optics are different and must be specified at time or order. SM 1490 nm. maintenance and fault location plus In-service measurement – integrated filter to block transmissions General-purpose plus 1490 nm for FTTx/PON applications General-purpose plus enhanced macrobend detection at 1625 nm General purpose for any application or full spectrum characterization General-purpose plus supports Water Peak testing at 1383 nm FTTx/PON testing Enhanced macrobend detection For troubleshooting live FTTx/PON networks For troubleshooting live FTTx/PON networks plus general testing Best unit for contractors or anyone who installs or maintains hybrid networks Multimode fiber model Multimode fiber model √ Note: Models noted feature user-selectable enhanced range (ER) for measuring PON systems/detecting faults in short time and high resolution (HR) for the shortest dead zone. Model/Order No. maintenance and fault location In-service measurement – integrated filter to block transmissions General-purpose model for construction. chargeable line items. SM 1550 nm.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS MT9083A Series (OTDR Base Model) Model/Order No. SM 1650 nm.must be added as separate line items. and -007). SM 780 &1550 nm. SM 1310/1383/1550/1625 nm. Selecting a single connector code below will populate all optical ports with that connector type or customer can select different adapters by specifying the adapter for each of the three optical ports – see examples below. SM 1310/1550 nm & 1650 nm. SM 1625 nm. Optical Connectors One adapter type is provided for each port at no charge .anritsu. SM 1310/1490/1550/1625 nm. SM 780 nm. Model/Order No.

OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS UPC Ultra Physical Contact APC Angled Physical Contact Examples: 1) MT9083B-053 with MT9083B-004 Power Meter option Customer can specify “MT9083B-040 for the SM OTDR” port and “MT9083B-037 for the OPM” port at no charge. chargeable line items. 3) MT9083C-053 with no options Customer can specify “MT9083C-026 for the SM OTDR” port however an additional charge applies.requires option MT9083A/B/C-001 or MT9083A/B/C-101) Protector Option (Retrofit) SMF/MMF Optical Power Meter (Retrofit) SMF Optical Power Meter (Retrofit) SMF High Power Optical Power Meter (Retrofit) Visible LD (Retrofit) OTDR and Power Meters (MT9083A/B/C-004) J1270 J0617B J0739A J0618D J0618E J0618F J0619B Replacement Adapters Power Meter (MT9083A/B/C-005 only) MA9005B-33 MA9005B-37 MA9005B-37 MA9005B-38 MA9005B-39 MA9005B-43 MA9005B-40 Power Meter (MT9083A/B/C-007 only) LP-LC LP-FC LP-FC LP-ST LP-DIN N/A LP-SC Type LC FC Angled FC (AFC) ST DIN HMS-10A SC (UPC or APC) 38 http://www. J1314 printer cable and BL-80-30 paper rolls) AC Adapter for BL-80R2 Printer Printer Cable for BL-80R2 Printer Printer Paper for BL-80R2 Thermal Printer (10 rolls/set) Retrofit Options for existing units – unit must be returned to authorized service center IP Network Connection Check Function (Retrofit) Gigabit Ethernet Upgrade (Retrofit .com .attache style Hard Carry Case for MT9083 with handle and wheels Replacement Battery Pack for MT9083 Replacement AC Charger/Adapter External Battery Charger Car Plug Cord Connector Video Inspection Probe (VIP) Option PC Emulation Software for Data Analysis and Reporting 12 month Extended Warranty Service 24 month Extended Warranty Service Description Peripherals BL-80R2 BL-100W J1314 BL-80-30 MT9083A/B/C-101 MT9083A/B/C-111 MT9083A/B/C-110 MT9083A/B/C-107 MT9083A/B/C-104 MT9083A/B/C-105 MT9083A/B/C-102 Thermal Printer Kit (must also order BL-100W AC adapter. 2) MT9083A-063 with MT9083A-007 Power Meter option Customer can specify “MT9083A-040 for the SM OTDR” port. “MT9083A-037 for the MM OTDR” port and “MT9083A-037 for the OPM” port at no charge.anritsu. Model/Order No. 6) Select Accessories & Replacement Items Accessories Must be added as separate. W2838AE W2839AE W3272AE B0582A B0583A B0549 Z0921A Z0933A Z0942A J1295 OPTION-545VIP NETWORKS MT9083A/B/C-ES210 MT9083A/B/C-ES310 MT9083 Series ACCESS Master Operation Manual (CD) Hard copy MT9083 Operation Manual Hard copy MT9083 Quick User's Guide Soft Carrying Case Hard Carry Case for MT9083 .

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Basic Kits Model/Order No. Name Z1093B MT9083B1-053-BKIT Model Configuration MT9083B1 MT9083B-053 MT9083B-010 B0582A Z1094A MT9083A1-063-BKIT Model Configuration MT9083A1 MT9083A-063 MT9083A-010 B0582A Model/Order No. Name Z1254A MT9083A1-073-BKIT Model Configuration MT9083A1 MT9083A-073 MT9083A-010 B0582A Name ACCESS Master SMF 1.31/1.55 µm OTDR Protector Soft Carrying Case Name ACCESS Master MMF 0.85/1.3 µm & SMF 1.31/1.55 µm OTDR Protector Soft Carrying Case Model/Order No. Name Name ACCESS Master SMF 1.31/1.55 µm OTDR Protector Soft Carrying Case Model/Order No. Name Z1095B MT9083B1-053-DKIT Model MT9083B1 MT9083B-053 MT9083B-010 B0582A MT9083B-007 MT9083B-002 NETWORKS Z1255A MT9083A1-073-DKIT Model MT9083A1 MT9083A-073 MT9083A-010 B0582A MT9083A-007 MT9083A-002 NETWORKS Name ACCESS Master SMF 1.31/1.55 µm OTDR Protector Soft Carrying Case SMF/MMF Optical Power Meter Visible LD NetWorks Name ACCESS Master SMF 1.31/1.55 µm OTDR Protector Soft Carrying Case SMF/MMF Optical Power Meter Visible LD NetWorks Deluxe Kits

Configuration

Model/Order No. Name

Configuration

Note: Specify the optical connector. -"5) Select Connector Types".

Soft Carrying Case (B0582A)

Hard Carrying Case (B0583A)-Attache style

Hard Carrying Case (B0549)

Video Inspection Probe (OPTION-545VIP)

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MW90010A

Ethernet

Measure Submarine Cables up to 12,000 km Long with 10 m Resolution

The MW90010A Coherent OTDR (C-OTDR) is a measuring instrument for detecting faults in ultra-long optical submarine cables of up to 12,000 km including multiple repeaters (EDFAs). It is the ideal solution for evaluating new cables at service deployment as well as for troubleshooting in-service faults. Ultra-long optical submarine cables use optical amplifiers to boost signals. Successful OTDR measurement through the repeaters requires configuring a backscatter detection system using up and down links. The MW90010A can measure the backscatter light through all repeaters by using coherent detection. As a result, it can display every fault condition, such as optical loss between repeaters, bending loss, distances, breaks, etc., on-screen for waveform data analysis.

Features

• Fault detection with 10 m distance resolution • Compact and lightweight all-in-one design for on-site portability [320 (W) × 177 (H) × 451 (D) mm, 17 kg Max.] • Simple and easy touch-panel operation for easy first-time use by any operator • Wide dynamic range supporting fault detection and troubleshooting of submarine cables with repeaters at 80 km or wider intervals • Built-in tunable light source with high wavelength accuracy of ±0.2 nm for wavelength setting range of 1535.03 nm to 1565.08 nm • Adjustable output power from 0 to +13 dBm

Application
C-OTDR Measurement Example

• Waveform at installation

(Reference comparison) Distance

• Waveform at fault
occurrence Distance Fault

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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Measure Submarine Cables up to 12,000 km Long with 10 m
Resolution The MW90010A can capture data from up to 1.2 million points on the horizontal axis at a fixed resolution of 10 m with no dependency on measured distance. As a result, faults can be located with very high resolution even in fibers longer than 10,000 km. • Lightweight and Compact In comparison to previous optical submarine cable measuring equipment, the MW90010A is less than half the weight (17 kg max.) and size. The all-in-one design incorporates a tunable light source for easy on-site portability and troubleshooting. • Excellent GUI Every stage from setting parameters to starting measurement is made easy using the touch-screen. The rotary knob and keypad can be used for operation too. The easy-to-use design coupled with standard interfaces for USB memory, USB mouse and keyboard, and VGA OUT, makes measurement simple even for novice OTDR operators.

• Simultaneous Display of 8 Waveforms (max.)

Installation and maintenance of optical submarine cables requires comparison of current waveform data with data at cable installation to monitor aging changes. The MW90010A makes this comparison easy because it can display up to 8 waveforms simultaneously, allowing faults to be seen at glance by comparing the install waveform with the fault waveform on one screen.

• Waveform Analysis using Emulation Software

Waveform data measured and saved by the MW90010A can be analyzed on a PC running a Windows OS using the optional NETWORKS (version 4.1 or newer) emulation software (sold separately).

• Remote Operation Function

The MW90010A has a built-in VNC server. When the MW90010A (server) is connected over Ethernet to a PC (client) running either a Windows or Linux OS, the MW90010A GUI can be remotely controlled from the PC to transfer files between the server and client. • Wide Dynamic Range Typical optical submarine cables are designed with repeaters every 50 km to 60 km but the high resolution of the MW90010A easily supports fiber loss measurement of these systems as well as fault location of cables with repeaters spaced at more than 80 km.

Measurement setup for Dynamic Range

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Specifications
MW90010A Coherent OTDR
Fiber under test Optical connector Wavelength (Probe light) Wavelength accuracy Warm-up time Loading light source (Dummy) Pulse width Optical output power ITU-T G.653 (DSF) FC, SC, DIN, HSM-10/A, ST, LC (Replaceable, PC type) 1535.03 nm to 1565.08 nm (ITU-T Grid, Wavelength in vacuum setting with 50 GHz steps) ±0.2 nm (20˚ to 30˚C) 30 minutes (20˚ to 30˚C) “ wavelength of probe light ” +50 GHz or –50 GHz The loading wavelength can be selectable at +50 GHz or –50 GHz of the probe (OTDR) wavelength. 3, 10, 30, 60, 100 µs 0 to +13 dBm, 0.5 dB Steps >17 dB (one way, S/N = 1) Measurement Conditions: • Pulse width: 10 µs • Average times: 216 • Distance range: 1000 km • Smoothing: On • Ps: –57 dBm @ Pin*1 0.5 km (Pulse width: 3 µs) ±10 m ±0.5 × 10–6 × measurement value (m) This does not include optical fiber refraction index (IOR) based uncertainty. 0.02, 0.05, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 5.0, 10.0 dB/div 100 km, 500 km to 12,000 km (in 500 km steps) 10 m 15 minutes (Distance Range: 1000 km, Average times: 216) 28 to 224 1.300000 to 1.700000 (0.000001 steps) –25 to –15 dBm (for OTDR Wavelength Monitor) Real Time Measurement Multiple Trace Display (8 Waveforms maximum) Zoom & Shift Loss Calculation Splice Loss, 2Pt Loss, 2Pt LSA, dB/ km Loss, dB/km LSA, 2Pt & dB/km, 2Pt & dB/km LSA • File Save formats GR-196, SR4731 • USB Memory support • Internal Memory (2.8 GB) • Print External printer, Hard Copy (file: PDF) • Distance Unit miles, feet, kilofeet, meters, kilometers • File Utility File: Copy, Paste, Delete Folder: Create New • Help function 8.4 inch, XGA (1024 × 768) color LCD with touch panel USB (2 ports, REV1.1), Mouse (USB), Keyboard (PS/2), VGA AC 100 to 120 V/200 to 240 V, 50 Hz to 60 Hz, ≤300 VA 320 (W) × 177 (H) × 451 (D) mm, <17 kg Operating temperature and Humidity: +10˚ to +35˚C, <85% RH Storage temperature and Humidity: –10˚ to +50˚C, <85% RH Vibration: Conforms to MIL-STD-810D EN61326-1, EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 IEC Pub 60825-1: 2001 Class 1M: Optical Output Port Class 1: Monitor Port THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH 21 CFR 1040.10 AND 1040.11 EXCEPT FOR DEVIATIONS PURSUANT TO LASER NOTICE. NO.50, DATED JUNE 24, 2007. • • • •

Dynamic range (S/N = 1) (See the block diagram on P41)

• Pase: –20 dBm/ nm @ Pin*1

Dead zone Distance measurement accuracy Vertical scale Distance range Sampling resolution (IOR = 1.500000) Measurement time Average times IOR settings Monitor output

Other functions

Display Interface Power supply Dimensions and Mass Environmental conditions EMC LVD

Laser safety level*2

*1: Ps: Maximum backscatter level at the input [dBm]
Pase: ASE level at the input [dBm]

*2: Laser safety: This product conforms to laser safety standards IEC 60825-1 and 21CFR1040.10 as indicated by the following attached labels.
IDENTIFICATION LABEL
5-1-1,ONNA,ATSUGI-SHI KANAGAWA 243-8555,JAPAN

ANRITSU CORP.
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MANUFACTURED AT:TOHOKU ANRITSU CO., LTD

KORIYAMA PLANT,

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Ordering Information
Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.

Model/order No. MW90010A Main frame Coherent OTDR

Name

W3030AE MW90010A-033*1 MW90010A-037*1 MW90010A-038*1 MW90010A-039*1 MW90010A-040*1 MW90010A-043*1 NETWORKS B0335C B0604A J0617B J1409A J1410A J1411A J1412A J1413A J0057 J0635*2 J0952A Z0914A Z0915A Z0284 W3024AE Z1043A*3 Z0397A*3 Z0411A*3 Z0412A*3 Z0413A*3 Z0414A*3

Standard accessories 1 pc Power Cord: MW90010A Operation Manual 1 copy (CD-ROM version): Options (Optical Connector) LC Connector FC Connector ST Connector DIN 47256 Connector SC Connector HMS-10/A Diamond Connector Application parts Emulation Software (Version 4.1 or newer). Carrying Case RACK MOUNT KIT Replaceable Optical Connector (FC-PC) Replaceable Optical Connector (ST) Replaceable Optical Connector (DIN) Replaceable Optical Connector (SC) Replaceable Optical Connector (HMS-10/A) Replaceable Optical Connector (LC) Optical Adapter FC type Optical Fiber Cord with FC-PC at both ends (SM, with FC-PC at both ends) FC • PC-FC • APC(SG)-1M-SM Ferrule Cleaner Replacement Reel for Ferrule Cleaner (6 pcs/set) Adapter Cleaner (Stick type, 200 pcs/set) MW90010A Operation Manual (Printed version) LC Adapter Cap FC Adapter Cap ST Adapter Cap DIN Adapter Cap SC Adapter Cap HMS-10 Adapter Cap

*1: Required option

Specify the optical connector type. The same type of connector will be supplied for the optical output port, optical input port, and optical monitor port. *2: Specify the optical fiber length as A, B or C (A: 1 m, B: 2 m, C: 3 m) *3: Monitor Output Port optical connector cap. Specify exchangeable optical connectors (J1409A, J1410A, J1411A, J1412A, J1413A, J0617B) as a pair.

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MW9077A/A1/A2/B
1.31 µm (SM)/1.55 µm (SM)/1.625 µm (SM)

Ethernet

Compact and High-performance OTDR Module for Optical Fiber Monitoring Systems

The MW9077A/A1/A2/B OTDR Module is ideal for monitoring optical fiber systems. In recent years, optical-fiber monitoring is being used in many fields including maintenance of optical-communications networks as well as security sensors, flood sensors and disasterprevention systems, etc. The MW9077A/A1/A2/B OTDR Module offers a compact and high-performance solution for optical fiber applications.

• Wide Operating Temperature Range

Features

• Compact A5-size for monitoring optical fiber systems • Wide operating temperature range (–5˚ to +55˚C) • Fast data transmission by Ethernet interface • Compact A5-size for Monitoring Optical Fiber Systems
Space is an important factor in designing a monitoring systems. Factors such as functions, performance, and module size favor use of compact modules. Furthermore, using a compact module helps reduce the size of the whole system, reading to system-wide cost reductions. The compact MW9077A/A1/A2/B OTDR Module is less than A5 size (200 × 130 × 25 mm). Even systems with severe space Limitations can use this module.

The system operating temperature is affected by various environmental factors, such as installation location, and monitored objects. In addition, the heat that the system generates itself influences the operation temperature. As a result, temperature of the monitoring system must also be monitored to assure reliability. The MW9077A/A1 OTDR Module dynamic range is stable from –5˚ to +55˚C, supporting its use in a wide range of temperature environments (MW9077A2/B is stable to +25˚C). • Fast Data Transmission over Ethernet Interface Optical fibers are monitored for various reasons. For example, to assess long-term changes in optical fiber, the system checks the fiber every several hours using an OTDR. In other cases, such as when there is a network fault, the system checks the fiber immediately using an OTDR to find the fiber break. On the other hand, monitoring is always performed to detect changes in the loss of an optical fiber. The MW9077A/A1/A2/B OTDR Module can perform trace sweep at intervals of about 1 second with smoothing by averaging. The Ethernet interface transmits waveform data to a controller at high speeds, making fiber monitoring much easier.
Road repairing Installation of a pillar or a guardrail The crack of the road by the natural phenomenon

MW9077A/A1/A2/B OTDR Module

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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Fast and Precision Operation from Controller
The MW9077A/A1/A2/B OTDR Module has a 10BASE-T compatible Ethernet interface for control over an Ethernet network. (The IP address is set using RS-232C.) A comprehensive set of commands is built-in, including commands for setting measurement conditions, transferring measured data to the controller, along with a full range of file formats, making it easy to match settings with the monitored fiber.
Bottom View
200

Pin connector PS-20PE-D4LT1-PN1

Profile View
5.5 25

POWER LD

130

LINK/ACT

An optical connector

Unit : mm

Appearance of MW9077A/A1/A2/B

Specifications
Model Wavelength∗2 Fiber under test Distance range Pulse width MW9077A 1310 nm ±25 nm MW9077A1 1550 nm ±25 nm MW9077A2∗1 1625 nm ±25 nm MW9077B 1310 nm/1550 nm ±25 nm

10 µm/125 µm single-mode optical fiber (ITU-T G.652) 1, 2.5, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, 250, 400 km 10 ns ±30%, 30 ns ±25%, 100 ns ±10%, 300 ns ±10%, 1 µs ±10%, 3 µs ±10%, 10 µs ±10%, 20 µs ±10% 41 dB (+25˚C, Pulse width 20 µs) 39 dB at –5˚ to +55˚C (S/N = 1) ≤20 m ≤5 m (Typ. 2 m) 0.05 m to 80 m Normal: 5001 or 6251, Fine: 20001 or 25001 1.400000 to 1.699999 (in 0.000001 steps) ±1 m ±3 × Measurement distance × 10–5 ± sampling resolution ±0.05 dB/dB or ±0.1 dB (whichever is greater) ±2 dB Measurement items: Total loss, Each event distance, Connection loss, Return loss or reflectance Threshold values: Connection loss : 0.01 to 9.99 dB (in 0.01 dB steps) Reflectance: –14 to –70 dB (in 0.1 dB steps), Fiber end : 1 to 99 dB (in 1 dB steps) Number of detected events: Up to 99 Automatic setting: Distance range, Pulse width, Averaging count (time) Measurement items: Transmission loss and distance between 2 points, Connection loss, Reflectance Relative distance setting (zero offset cursor), Calendar clock (without backup), Distance unit: m (Fixed) 21CFR Class 1, IEC Pub60825-1 Class 1 +12 Vdc ±1 V, 1.5 A Max. Ethernet interface∗8: 10 Base with 20 pin connector Serial interface: RS-232C : 115.2 kbps (The IP address is set using RS-232C) 200 (W) × 130 (H) × 25 (D) mm, ≤0.6 kg Operating temperature and humidity: –5˚ to +55˚C, ≤95% (no condensation) (MW9077A/A1/B) Operating temperature and humidity: –5˚ to +50˚C, ≤85% (no condensation) (MW9077A2) Storage temperature: –40˚ to +70˚C EN61326-1 40 dB (+25˚C, Pulse width 20 µs) 38 dB at –5˚ to +55˚C (S/N = 1) 39 dB (1.31 µm, +25˚C, Pulse width 20 µs)∗3 38 dB (1.55 µm, +25˚C, Pulse width 20 µs)∗3 (S/N = 1)

Dynamic range

37 dB (+25˚C, Pulse width 20 µs) (S/N = 1)

Dead zone (back scattered light)∗4 Dead zone (Fresnel reflection)∗5 Sampling resolution∗6 Number of sampling points IOR Distance measurement accuracy Loss measurement accuracy (linearity) Return loss measurement accuracy

Automatic measurement∗7

Manual measurement Other functions Laser safety specification Power Interface Dimensions and Mass Environmental conditions EMC

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∗1: When an optical pulse from the MW9077A2 (1.625 µm) is input (in-service monitoring) into an optical fiber used for communications at 1.55 µm, the optical
communications signal is affected by Ramman amplification. Take care when using this setup.

∗2: At 25˚C, Pulse width : 1 µs ∗3: The dynamic range specification at a pulse width of 3 µs is shown below 26.5 dB (1.31 µm, +25˚C), 25.5 dB (1.55 µm, +25˚C), (S/N = 1) ∗4: At pulse width 10 ns ∗5: At pulse width 10 ns, Return loss: 35 dB (MW9077A/A1/A2), 40 dB (MW9077B) ∗6: IOR = 1.500000 ∗7: Automatic measurement is support function : Automatic measurement results are not guaranteed. There is a possibility to miss detection of event. Please
check each result at on your own.

∗8: Signal exchange with 10BASE-T
Note: This product outputs the pulse light of a high peak power. When this product is used in the state where it connected with transmission equipment, attaching a wavelength filter etc. should take care about the input of too much OTDR pulse light to Receiver. There is a possibility of damaging Receiver of transmission equipment.

Ordering Information

Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.

Model/Order No. MW9077A∗1 MW9077A1∗1 MW9077A2∗1 MW9077B∗1 W2254AE∗2 MW9077A-01 MW9077A/A1/A2/B-33∗3 MW9077A/A1/A2/B-37∗3 MW9077A/A1/A2/B-38∗3 MW9077A/A1/A2/B-39∗3 MW9077A/A1/A2/B-43∗3 MW9077A/A1/A2/B-25∗3 MW9077A/A1/A2/B-26∗3 Main frame OTDR Module OTDR Module OTDR Module OTDR Module

Name (Wavelength (Wavelength (Wavelength (Wavelength 1.31 µm) 1.55 µm) 1.625 µm) 1.31/1.55 µm) 1 copy

Standard accessory MW9077A/A1 Operation Manual:

Options 1550 nm Filter (Factory option, 1550 nm cut filter inside) LC Connector (Factory option, Fixed) FC Connector (Factory option, Fixed) ST Connector (Factory option, Fixed) DIN Connector (Factory option, Fixed) HMS-10/A Connector (Factory option, Fixed) FC-APC Connector (Factory option, Fixed) SC-APC Connector (Factory option, Fixed)

∗1: In the case of purchase, Please concluded a sales contract. ∗2: A new table is attached at purchase of the MW9077A2/B. ∗3: Standard connector for specified option. If not specified, SC connector
(Fixed) supplied as standard.

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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS MULTI-LAYER NETWORK TEST PLATFORM

CMA5000a

All-in-one Platform for SONET/SDH, OTN, Gigabit Ethernet, DWDM, OTDR, ORL, PMD, CD

Improved customer service, easy maintenance and lower costs are key issues for operators of high-speed data services. The CMA5000a Multi-Layer Network Test Platform has a full range of versatile modules and easy to use touch panel, supporting fast network rollout and maintenance at lower total cost.

Module Specifications
Module Measurement Network performance measurement 10G Ethernet LAN-PHY, WAN-PHY SONET (optical) OC3/12/48/192 SDH (optical) STM1/4/16/64 OTU1/2 Gigabit Ethernet performance measurement 10/100/1000 M Ethernet SONET/SDH performance measurement DS1 to OC192/STM64 Jitter and Wander (up to 2.5G) Optical spectrum analysis DWDM channel selection Optical Time Domain Reflectometer Polarization mode dispersion measurement Wavelength dispersion measurement Optical pulse test Platform Bay

• Multi-measurement Functions

UTA

SBA, MBA

2

The CMA5000a measurement modules support SONET/SDH, OTN, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, DWDM, OTDR, ORL, PMD, and CD measurements. For field-testing, one unit supports all required physical layer, data link layer, network layer, and transport layer measurement items. • Lower Total Cost of Ownership One CMA5000a supports all measurements required for rolling out an optical network and maintenance follow-up. Multiple measurement modules can be set and operated simultaneously in one mainframe, eliminating the need for other single-function specialist measuring instruments and cutting total cost of ownership. The easy to use touch panel and GUI shorten operator training too. • Fast Service Roll-out The consistent GUI between measurement modules simplifies work, allowing the operator to focus on evaluating each network layer efficiently and contributing to the fastest service rollout and maintenance. A touch of a button can generate PDF-formatted report of measurement conditions and results. Engineer can operate CMA5000a over Ethernet to support measurements at local site.

GIGE II

SBA, MBA

1

XTA

SBA, MBA

2

OSA OTDR PMD CD-OTDR

MBA SBA, MBA MBA SBA, MBA

4 1 4 1

See each module data sheet for detailed configurations.

Small Bay Adapter (SBA) 2 Bays

Medium Bay Adapter (MBA) 4 Bays

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CMA5000a Specifications
Platform CPU/RAM Operating system Display Hard disk Media drive Interface SBA: 5000A-150-DC MBA: 5000A-250-DC 733 MHz Celeron/512 MB Windows® XP Pro SP2 10.4” color XGA (1024 × 768) LCD (touch panel) 40 GB DVD/CD-R/W Audio in/out VGA Output USB 2.0 (4 Ports) 10/100 Ethernet 100 to 240 VAC (Auto-switching), 50 Hz/60 Hz 150 W SBA: 371 (W) × 246 (H) × 140 (D) mm, 5.9 kg 14.6 (W) × 9.7 (H) × 5.5 (D) in, 13 lbs MBA: 371 (W) × 246 (H) × 180 (D) mm, 6.81 kg 14.6 (W) × 9.7 (H) × 7.1 (D) in, 15 lbs SBA: 2 (one battery as standard accessory)* MBA: 2 (two batteries as standard accessory) Li-Ion EN61326-1, EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1

Power supply

Dimensions and Mass

Battery No. Battery type EMC LVD

*: Additional 5000A-BATT Battery may be required depending on module configurations.
Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. Celeron® is a registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries.

Ordering Information

Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.

Model/Order No. 5000A-150-DC-xx 5000A-250-DC-xx

Description Main frame SBA main frame featuring two bays MBA main frame featuring four bays xx: Choose the accessory power cable from following: IT Italy; SW: Switzerland; AU: Australia; EU: Europe; UK: Great Britain, US: USA, Japan Accessories Replacement AC Adapter Replacement Power cable (xx: cable connector type) Replacement Touch panel stylus Replacement Quick Start Guide Application parts USB English keyboard with trackball Hard case for SBA main frame Hard case for SBA/MBA main frame with extra module capacity Soft case for SBA/MBA main frame Soft case for SBA main frame

5000A-AC CORD-C5-xx STYLUS-3PK 5000A-OPMAN USB-KEYBD-US 5000A-HCASE-SBA 5000A-HCASE-DLX 5000A-SCASE 5000A-SBATOTE

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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS OPTICAL TIME DOMAIN REFLECTOMETER

CMA5000a OTDR Module Series
Expansive Series of High Performance OTDR Modules for the CMA5000a Spanning Single Mode, Multimode and Hybrid Solutions

The CMA5000a Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) application is based on over 30 years of development and experience in characterizing optical fibers. Our world–class OTDR modules continue this tradition with the latest in high performance hardware and dedicated, easy to use software. The compact size of the OTDR Application module allows another module (OTDR or test fiber box) to be inserted into a small bay adapter and up to three more into a medium or large bay adapter.

Dedicated, Ease to Use Software

To simplify testing, the CMA5000a features dedicated testing modes to automate and simplify the task at hand. FAULT LOCATE mode is designed for someone just starting out or the novice who only uses an OTDR occasionally. Simply connect the fiber and press test. The unit will verify the fiber is connected correctly, select testing parameters, execute the test and provide a text response indicating fault/break location and end to end loss.

Benefits

• Never obsolete – modular design allows new or additional modules to be added • Sophisticated analysis software provides consistent and accurate fiber characterization • Dedicated testing modes simplify commonly performed tasks • Easy to use for any skill level - from fault location to advanced fiber analysis • Touch screen and hard key user interfaces ensure smooth and efficient operation • Solutions for all network types: Metro, CWDM, ultra-long haul and PON based, FTTP deployments • Complete fiber characterization from 10 available wavelengths • Automated, on-the-box reporting
High Performance Hardware
To satisfy even the most demanding testing requirements, the CMA5000a series OTDR modules, feature a multitude of available wavelengths including 850 nm, 1300 nm, 1310 nm, 1383 nm, 1490 nm, 1550 nm, 1625 nm and 1650 nm. Up to four of these wavelengths can be combined into a single optical port providing full spectrum fiber characterization at the press of a button and are ideal for testing backbone or metro networks that deploy CWDM. For ultralong haul systems, the CMA5000a OTDR modules feature up to 50 dB of dynamic range (enough to see approximately 250 km of fiber) with an impressive 1 meter resolution. Fault Locate Mode – ease to read results

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For those who have more experience or would like to perform more advanced testing, CLASSIC OTDR mode allows the user to select all parameters, compare up to eight traces and even generate splice loss reports.

Exclusive PON mode for FTTx Networks

Challenging new architectures such as Fiber-To-The-x (FTTx) deployments that incorporate Passive Optical Networks (PON) are also easily addressed with our exclusive PON MODE solution featuring dead zones as small as 1 meter and the ability to classify splitters as large as 1 × 32.

Classic OTDR – advanced testing Cable commissioning is also automated through the use of CONSTRUCTION OTDR mode where a wizard allows the user to select the required testing wavelengths, number of fibers and file naming scheme. The wizard then becomes the project manager guiding the user through the testing and ensuring consistency with testing parameters and file naming – virtually eliminating user induced errors. PON Mode – Exclusive testing solution optimized for splitter based networks.

• Reflectance and Optical Return Loss

Construction OTDR – automated multi-fiber testing

With data rates increasing and video applications growing exponentially, reflectance and optical return loss (ORL) become key parameters that will make or break your network. To simplify testing these, Anritsu has developed a unique OTDR based, ORL application that provide continuous wave meter accuracy, combined with the troubleshooting ability of an OTDR to add the expertise you need in testing today’s demanding optical systems. Simply connect the fiber, enter your PASS/FAIL threshold and press test. If a test fails ORL, a quick press of our exclusive troubleshooting key presents a table listing the top three contributors to the failing ORL – complete with location. By identifying the problem connector, technicians will save hours of random troubleshooting time. The ORL option also functions as a 1 km single mode launch box increasing its value. • Added Value To further increase the value of your CMA5000a OTDR, it can be equipped with an integrated power meter, a high output stabilized light source and integrated Visual Fault Locator (VFL). These options are integrated into the single slot OTDR module and do not require an additional module slot like some other solutions. In addition, all OTDR wavelengths are available as stabilized light sources reducing the equipment cost and providing a complete endto-end loss testing solution. Whatever your testing needs, our world-class OTDR products are designed to reduce the time to install, commission and maintain fiber spans.

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100. 10. 20. 10000. 1000.anritsu. 20.5/2.7 m 5493∗6 37/37/37/37 dB 6. 20.5 µm) Multimode (50 µm) Pulse width∗2 Single Mode: 5.75 dB (typical) • Quad Single Mode/Multimode and Multimode Models Model 5260 5261 5262 5266 5269 Wavelength∗1 850 nm ±30 nm 1300 nm ±30 nm 1310 nm ±20 nm 1550 nm ±25 nm 850 nm ±30 nm 1300 nm ±30 nm Optical fiber type Multimode (50 µm). 20000 ns 5. 30000 ns Single Mode (8 µm to 10 µm) 5. 100. 50. 2000. 10000. 5000. 500. 2000. Single Mode (8 µm to 10 µm) Multimode (62. 50. 50. 10000. the End-to-End Loss Accuracy for Class B PONs is ± 0. 500. 20. 200. 200. 5000. 20000 ns Optical fiber type Pulse width∗2 Dynamic range (typical) (SNR = 1)∗3 37/36 dB 40/40 dB 40/40/40 dB 43/45 dB 43/45/43 dB 50 dB 35/35/35/35 dB Deadzone (typical) (back-scattered)∗4 9/9 m 8/6 m 8/6/6 m 10/10 m 10/10/10 m 10 m 8/9/6/6 m Deadzone (typical) (Fresnel)∗5 4/3. 10. 20. 50. 50. 500. 200. 500. 10 µs pulse width ∗2: Wavelength and range dependent ∗3: SNR=1 with up to 256k averages (subtract approximately 2 dB of range to 98% peak noise. 1000. 1000. 200.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications • Single Mode Models Model 5225 5235 5236 5245 5246 5254 5283 Wavelength∗1 1310 nm ±20 nm 1550 nm ±25 nm 1310 nm ±20 nm 1550 nm ±25 nm 1310 nm ±20 nm 1550 nm ±25 nm 1625 nm ±15 nm 1310 nm ±20 nm 1550 nm ±25 nm 1310 nm ±20 nm 1550 nm ±25 nm 1625 nm ±15 nm 1550 nm ±25 nm 1310 1383 1550 1625 nm nm nm nm ±20 nm ±3 nm ±25 nm ±15 nm 5. 10. 20000.5 m 1.5 m 4/3 m 4/3/3 m 5/5 m 6/5/5 m 5m 4/5/3/3 m 5491∗6 1310 nm ±20 nm 1490 nm ±10 nm 1550 nm ±25 nm 1310 1490 1550 1625 nm nm nm nm ±20 ±10 ±25 ±15 nm nm nm nm 40/40/40 dB 6. 100. 1000 ns Dynamic range (typical) (SNR = 1)∗3 24/26/35/35 dB 24/26/35/35 dB 24/26/40/40 dB 24/26 dB 24/26 dB Deadzone (typical) (back-scattered)∗4 7/8/10/10 m 7/8/10/10 m 7/8/10/10 m 5/7 m 5/7 m Deadzone (typical) (Fresnel)∗5 5/5/5/5 m 5/5/5/5 m 5/5/5/5 m 2. 20000 ns Multimode: 5. 2000.com . Single Mode (8 µm to 10 µm) Multimode (62. 50. 1000 ns 5.7 m ∗1: At 23˚C. 100. 2000. 500.5 m 3/3 m ∗1: At 23˚C. 200. Bellcore TR-TSY-000196 Issue 2) ∗4: Deadzones measured on –45 dB reflections ∗5: Using Bellcore TR-TSY-000196 Issue 2 51 http://www. 100. 5000. 5000. 1000.5 m 1. Bellcore TR-TSY-000196 Issue 2) ∗4: Deadzones measured on –45 dB reflections ∗5: Using Bellcore TR-TSY-000196 Issue 2 ∗6: For 549x Modules. 100. 10. 500. 10000. 10 µs pulse width ∗2: Range dependent ∗3: SNR = 1 with up to 256k averages (subtract approximately 2 dB of range to 98% peak noise. 200. 20.5 µm).

anritsu. 1310.300000 to 1. FDA (21 CFR 1040. Multi-fiber testing). Standard OTDR. 250. USC. Visual Fault Locator (VFL).0025% of distance measurement ± distance resolution ± index uncertainty ±0. 1490.) CW. 1550. 5261 or 5262. 15. 52 http://www.com . 20. 0.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Common Specifications Distance range∗ Sampling resolution∗ Sampling points IOR settings Distance measurement accuracy Loss measurement accuracy (linearity) Loss resolution Laser safety Optical connector Operating modes EMC LVD Single mode: 5. Construction (Automated Multi-wavelength.04 dB/dB 0. Networks (data processing and report generation) Optional: Power Meter. 10 Class 2) Multimode (50 µm or 62. –55 to –50 dBm) ±0. 125. SC. 1. 75.5 µm) LED (850 nm/1300 nm ±30 nm) –25 dBm (min) +0.01 watts ±4% (–50 to +5 dBm) ±8% (+5 to +10 dBm. Stabilized Light Source.01 dB. AFC. UST. 1 kHz. 5261. ASC Multimode: Universal with FC. 40. 300 km Multimode: 5. ST Fault locate. 64 km Single mode: 0. 1300. 0.5. 4. Video Inspection Probe (VIP) EN61326-1. 8. 2.1 dB (8 hours) ∗1: Quad models 5260.2 dB (8 hours) CW. 16 m Multimode: 0.5 mm universal IEC 60825-1 Class II. ∗2: Visible Fault Locator not available on 5260. 50. 5262 only feature single mode light sources.5.125. 4 m Up to 256. 0.125. 1. 1625 nm Standard: –55 to +10 dBm CATV: –45 to +20 dBm 0. 20. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 ∗: Wavelength and range dependent • Loss Test Set Option Specifications (optional) Type Stabilized Light Source∗1 Output Stability (at 23˚C) Modes of operation Connector type Detector type Wavelength range Calibrated wavelengths Power Meter Power range Resolution Accuracy Linearity Connector type Wavelength Visual Fault Locator∗2 Output Transmission modes Connector type Safety Single mode (8 µm to 10 µm) Laser (same wavelength and specs as OTDR) –8 dBm (min) ±0. 2 Hz 2.700000 0.001 dB IEC60825-1 Class I and CDRH Class 1 Requirements (Eye safe) 21 CFR 1040 Single mode: Universal with UFC. 2.000 1. 2 kHz Same as OTDR InGaAs 780 nm to 1800 nm 850.10 dB (–50 to +5 dBm) Universal (uses LP-XX adapters) 650 nm ±20 nm 0 dBm into 9 µm/125 µm fiber (max.

-001. 50 dB dynamic range. Light Source and VFL Options (-000.OTDR C • Module Number: 54 A B . VFL. with FC/UPC connector 5266-001-OTDR-UFC 53 http://www. 40/40/40 dB dynamic range. 37 dB dynamic range. 62. 62.anritsu. dual-wavelength 1310 nm/1550 nm 36 = Singlemode. 62 or 63 refer to next section) AFC = FC/APC UFC = FC/UPC USC = SC/UPC ASC = SC/APC UST = ST/UPC AST = ST/APC C = Connector Options for Quad units (60. 37/36 dB dynamic range. 50 µm 83 = Singlemode.5 µm multimode and 40 dB 1310 nm/1550 nm single mode 63 = Quad 24/26 dB 850 nm/1300 nm 50 µm multimode and 40/40 dB 1310 nm/1550 nm single mode 66 = Multimode 24/26 dB dynamic range.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. dual-wavelength 850 nm/1300 nm.com .5 µm. a Meter Connector Adapter (LP-XX) is also included at no charge. 40/40/40 dB dynamic range. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. dual-wavelength 850 nm/1300 nm. The CMA5200 OTDR’s are Single Bay modules that include one OTDR/Source Universal Adapter (UC-130-XX) at no charge. single-wavelength 1550 nm 60 = Quad 24/26 dB 850 nm/1300 nm 50 µm multimode and 35 dB 1310 nm/1550 nm single mode 61 = Quad 24/26 dB 850 nm/1300 nm 62.5 µm multimode and 35 dB 1310 nm/1550 nm single mode 62 = Quad 24/26 dB 850 nm/1300 nm 62. Please contact Anritsu for a comprehensive list. name and quantity when ordering. tri-wavelength 1310 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm 45 = Singlemode. quad wavelength 1310 nm/1490 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm • Example of Order Number and Specification 5236-210-OTDR-AFC Singlemode. c = PM port) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 = none = UFC = USC = UST = AFC = ASC = AST = DIN = LC A = Select an OTDR Module 91 = Singlemode. quad-wavelength 1310 nm/1383 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm B = Select Meter. b = MM port. 43/45/43 dB dynamic range. Additional OTDR modules are available in various combinations of wave lengths and dynamic ranges. dual-wavelength 1310 nm/1550 nm 46 = Singlemode. tri-wavelength 1310 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm 54 = Singlemode. ( a b c : a = SM port. dual-wavelength 1310 nm/1550 nm 35 = Singlemode. For units with a Power Meter option.OTDR C A = Select an OTDR Module 25 = Singlemode. 5261 or 5262 module) 210 = +20 dBm Meter and Light Source 211 = +20 dBm Meter. Power Meter and Light Source with FC/APC connector Multimode 24/26 dB dynamic range. tri-wavelength 1310 nm/1490 nm/1550 nm 93 = Singlemode. 40 dB dynamic range. 40/40 dB dynamic range. Light Source or VFL 001 = VFL Only (Not available on 5260. -110 and -111 options not available with 5491 and 5493 models) 000 = No Meter. 37 dB dynamic range. Light Source and VFL C = Select Connector (APC not available on multimode. and 63 only) Select connector for each port. dual-wavelength 850 nm/1300 nm.5 µm 69 = Multimode 24/26 dB dynamic range. 43/45 dB dynamic range. 62. tri-wavelength 1310 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. for Quad 60. • Module Number: 52 A B . 61. 61.

The CMA5000a OTDR/CD measurement system gives installers and network providers a combined module that can be used as an OTDR and a chromatic dispersion measurement system. The field portable CMA5000a OTDR/CD is an accurate system available for measuring both Chromatic Dispersion. ±0.and L. resulting in increased revenue for the network provider. The combined unit has an auto-test feature that will determine the optimum settings.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS OTDR/CHROMATIC DISPERSION APPLICATION CMA5000a CD-OTDR Measure Chromatic Dispersion and Loss in One Step The field portable CMA5000a OTDR/Chromatic Dispersion (OTDR/ CD) measurement system is a dedicated module that combines the advanced capabilities of Anritsu’s OTDR technology with Anritsu’s experience in Chromatic Dispersion. Anritsu understands how valuable your time is. In addition.7 ps/nm/km or ±4% (greater number) Typically ±10 nm 6 <4 minutes for 50 km One ∗: C. The CMA5000a OTDR/CD measurement system has been designed to provide optimal test efficiency to facilitate quicker turn-up of services and reduce the cost of testing. loss and attenuation on all single-mode fiber types providing installers. Chromatic Dispersion Specifications Wavelength range Dynamic range Dispersion range Dispersion accuracy∗ λ0 Accuracy Number of testing wavelengths Test time Number of fibers required 1310 nm to 1625 nm 37 dB (100 km is the typical range when using all 6 wavelengths) There is no physical limitation on either the negative or positive dispersion that can be measured. This translates into improved network performance and efficiency. as well as a reduction in the testing time. The CMA5000a OTDR/CD measurement system is based upon the industry accepted time-offlight measurement method (FOTP-168) that can evaluate chromatic dispersion of individual fiber links.anritsu. intuitive setup menus guide the user through a few minor settings that minimize the testing and setup times. Utilizing a single fiber for the test and multiple wavelengths results in an increase in the accuracy of the measurement.bands 54 http://www. easy-to-use setup menus and single-button operation. carriers and system providers increased revenue through optimized network bandwidth. so we’ve provided intuitive.com . reducing testing times while increasing network performance. while improving efficiency and reducing operational expenses through proper CD mitigation and compensation techniques.

__ __ __ A A = Connector UFC = FC/UPC USC = SC/UPC UST = ST/UPC 55 http://www.04 dB/dB 5 ns to 20 μs 0.1 m. 2.com . 1. 125. 300 km 0.0001 mi 5.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS OTDR Module Specifications Fiber Type Center wavelength Single-mode (Tri-wavelegth) 1310 nm ±20 nm 1550 nm ±20 nm 1625 nm ±15 nm 1310 nm: <15 nm 1550 nm: <15 nm 1625 nm: <15 nm 1310 nm: 38 dB 1550 nm: 38 dB 1625 nm: 38 dB 1310 nm: 4 m 1550 nm: 4 m 1625 nm: 4 m 1310 nm: 9 m 1550 nm: 8 m 1625 nm: 9 m 0.125. The CMA5302 OTDR based Chromatic Dispersion unit is a single bay module that can be used in either an SBA and MBA. Bellcore TR-TSY-000196 Issue 2) ∗2: Using Bellcore TR-TSY. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Spectral width (RMS) Dynamic range (typical)∗1 Initial reflective deadzone (typical)∗2 Initial non-reflective deadzone (typical)∗3 Linearity Pulsewidth∗4 Distance resolution Distance range setting Loss resolution Distance sampling (Range Dependent) Data points Distance accuracy Laser safety EMC LVD ∗1: SNR = 1 with up to 256k averages (subtract approximately 2 dB of range to 98% peak noise. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. 1 ft. 0. Module Number: 5302 . name and quantity when ordering.21 -CDOTDR. 250. It features time of flight CD measurements as well as traditional tri-wavelength OTDR testing. 0.001 dB 0. 0.000 0. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. 0.0025% of distance measurement ± distance resolution ± index uncertainty Meets IEC60825-1 Class I and CDRH Class 1 Requirements (Eye Safe) 21 CFR 1040 EN61326-1. 50. 16 m Up to 256.25.000196 Issue ∗3: Deadzones measured on –45 dB reflections ∗4: Wavelength dependent Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. 20.5. 8. 4.anritsu.0001 km.

Reference: 5403-006-PMD • 1550 nm C+L Wavelength Source This is the ultra-broadband wavelength source offering 1550 nm operation and a minimum PMD measurable of 0.com . Reference: 5403-005-PMD • 1550 nm High Power Source This is the ultra high power source offering 1550 nm operation and highest dynamic range. This is the standard source offering 1550 nm operation.035 ps. It provides more than +2 dBm output power at 1550 nm. High Dynamic and Reliable PMD Measurement at the Press of One Button The CMA5000a PMD application increases revenue through complete PMD characterization. Reference: 5403-004-PMD • Dual 1550 nm&1625 nm Wavelength Source This is the dual wavelength source offering 1550&1625 nm operation. The PMD module provides up to 160 ps for a birefringent fibre and 80 ps for telecom fibre. By utilizing the CMA5000a's PMD application to characterize the data rate capability of each fiber and transmitting at each fiber's maximum data rate. giving more than 43 dB dynamic range at 1550 nm for 1 ps PMD and more than 35 dB at 1550 nm for 10 ps PMD when used with the CMA5000a PMD module. Reference: 5400-001-PMD • Optical Sources All sources come with a soft bag. the negative effects of PMD may be minimized.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS POLARISATION MODE DISPERSION ANALYZER CMA5000a PMD Fast. giving more than 51 dB dynamic range at 1550 nm for 1 ps PMD and more than 43 dB at 1550 nm for 10 ps PMD when used with the CMA5000a PMD module. As a result. It provides more than –1 dBm output power at 1550 nm. It is targeted for very low PMD measurement.pdf format at the press of a button PMD Module/Optical Sources/PMD Artifact • PMD Module It is a double deep module which operates in a CMA5000a MBA or LBA. It provides more than –10 dBm output power at 1550 nm. Reference: 5402-000-PMD 56 http://www. giving more than 55 dB dynamic range at 1550 nm for 1 ps PMD and more than 47 dB at 1550 nm for 10 ps PMD when used with the CMA5000a PMD module. giving more than 52 dB dynamic range at 1550 nm for 1 ps PMD and more than 44 dB at 1550 nm for 10 ps PMD when used with the CMA5000a PMD module. Reference: 5403-003-PMD • Dual 1310 nm&1550 nm Wavelength Source This is the dual wavelength source offering 1310 nm & 1550 nm operation. Reference: 5403-010-PMD • PMD Artefact This is a piece of birefringent fiber with 1 ps PMD. • Test through multiple EDFAs • Easy to use touch screen interface combined with an innovative parameter set-up scheme • Professional. comprehensive reporting of all settings and test results in a standard . giving more than 64 dB dynamic range at 1550 nm for 1 ps PMD and more than 56 dB at 1550 nm for 10 ps PMD when used with the CMA5000a PMD module. installers. carriers and system providers can release the full potential of high data rate optical networks. to optimize high data rate networks. • Standard 1550 nm Wavelength Source Increase Revenue through Accurate PMD Characterization: • Patented interferometric technique based on a pi-shifted Michelson interferometer • Comply to EIA/TIA FOTP-124 and IEC-60793-1-48 • No auto-correlation peak for accurate characterization of all necessary PMD parameters: PMD. It provides more than +11 dBm output power at 1550 nm. a universal fibre optic PC connector and operate on battery.anritsu. It provides more than –2 dBm output power at 1550 nm. It will provide very high dynamic range and is suitable for most optical fiber and optical cable PMD characterization tests. It is designed for very long fiber PMD measurements that can test lengths over 300 km. length PMD coefficient and second order PMD value Added Value through Performance: • Multiple test modes simplify and automate tests for several applications including multiple scans and long term PMD testing • All band testing through a large choice of light sources • Highest dynamic range on the market: 55 dB with standard light source and more than 64 dB with the high power source Reduced Cost of Measurement: • Fast measurement time: less than 8 seconds.

06 ps (for strongly coupled fiber) 8 seconds 20 seconds Yes Yes EN61326-1. PMD range is up to 160 ps for a birefringent fiber and 80 ps for telecom fiber.035 ps.065 ps 1550 C+L –10 dBm 43 dB 0.) 1550 HP +11 dBm 64 dB 0. It provides more than +11 dBm output power at 1550 nm. Reference : 5403-006-PMD • 1550 nm C+L-Band Source This is the ultra-broadband wavelength source offering 1550 nm operation and a minimum PMD measurement of 0. It provides more than –2 dBm output power at 1550 nm. Reference : 5403-005-PMD • 1550 nm High Power Source This is the ultra high power source offering 1550 nm operation and the highest dynamic range. Reference: 5402-000-PMD • PMD Module and Light Source Order Guide Order Number 5400-001-PMD-YY 5402-000-PMD-YY 5403-003-PMD-X 5403-004-PMD-X 5403-005-PMD-X 5403-006-PMD-X 5403-010-PMD-X Description Base PMD Double Deep Module.06 ps 1550 & 1625 –2 dBm 51 dB 0. Reference: 5403-010-PMD • PMD Artifact The PMD Artifact is a piece of bi-refringent fiber with 1 ps PMD.5 mm diameter (FU. giving more than 51 dB dynamic range at 1550 nm for 1 ps PMD and more than 43 dB at 1550 nm for 10 ps PMD when used with the CMA5000a PMD module. It is targeted for very low PMD measurements. • Standard 1550 nm Wavelength Source This is the standard source offering 1550 nm operation. Reference : 5403-004-PMD • Dual 1550 nm and 1625 nm Source This is the dual wavelength source offering 1550 nm &1625 nm operation.com .035 ps ∗1: Typical Telecommunication fibers ∗2: Polarization maintaining fiber or artifact measurement ∗3: Dynamic range depends of the output power of associated light source. It provides more than –10 dBm output power at 1550 nm. It will provide very high dynamic range and is suitable in most optical fiber and optical cable PMD characterization tests. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. Reference : 5403-003-PMD • Dual 1310 nm and 1550 nm Source MBA This is the dual wavelength source offering 1310 nm &1550 nm operation. • PMD Module The PMD application is a double deep module which operates in a CMA5000a MBA or LBA. giving more than 43 dB dynamic range at 1550 nm for 1 ps PMD and more than 35 dB at 1550 nm for 10 ps PMD when used with the CMA5000a PMD module. It provides more than +2 dBm output power at 1550 nm. name and quantity when ordering. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Polarization Mode Dispersion Source Specifications 1550 Output power Related dynamic range∗5 Minimum measurable PMD Battery operation +2 dBm 55 dB 0. It provides more than –1 dBm output power at 1550 nm. giving more than 52 dB dynamic range at 1550 nm for 1 ps PMD and more than 44 dB at 1550 nm for 10 ps PMD when used with the CMA5000a PMD module. Reference: 5400-001-PMD • Optical Sources All sources listed below come with a soft bag. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.06 ps Yes. SU. 9 h autonomy (30 h typ. TU) 57 http://www. ∗4: Inside CMA5000a MBA platform ∗5: For 1 ps PMD. It is targeted for ultra long haul PMD measurements as you can test more than 300 km of fibers. universal fiber optic physical contacting MBA connector and operate on AC or battery. 160 ps PMD Artifact Polarized Broadband 1550 nm Battery Powered Light Source Polarized Broadband dual 1310 nm & 1550 nm Battery Powered Light Source Polarized Ultra-broadband 1550 nm C+L-band Battery Powered Light Source Polarized Broadband dual 1550 nm & 1625 nm Battery Powered Light Source Polarized Broadband 1550 nm High Power Battery Powered Light Source X = Power Cord Option: U = US E = Europe G = Great Britain A = Australia YY = Connector Option: FU = FC/UPC SU = SC/UPC FA = FC/APC SA = SC/APC Note: All light sources come with a universal connector compatible with all PC connectors with 2. giving more than 64 dB dynamic range at 1550 nm for 1 ps PMD and more than 56 dB at 1550 nm for 10 ps PMD when used with the CMA5000a PMD module.08 ps 1310 & 1550 –1 dBm 52 dB 0.06 ps (for weakly coupled fiber) 1% ±0.anritsu.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Polarization Mode Dispersion Module Specifications Operating wavelengths Random pmd measurement range∗1 Deterministic measurement range∗2 Dynamic range∗3 Accuracy Repeatability Measurement time for 45 ps scanning range Measurement time for 160 ps scanning range Test through EDFA Battery operation∗4 EMC LVD 1250 nm to 1650 nm 80 ps 160 ps See below 1% ±0. giving more than 55 dB dynamic range at 1550 nm for 1 ps PMD and more than 47 dB at 1550 nm for 10 ps PMD when used with the CMA5000a PMD module. subtract 8 dB to this value for 10 ps PMD Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.

This OSA is ready for field operation and harsh environment. When characterizing and documenting such stringent performance levels. • Best in Class Optical Rejection for Accurate OSNR Measurements Optical REJECTION Ratio (ORR) is a very important parameter for an Optical Spectrum Analyzer. Its internal calibration valid over all temperature range gives you accurate power and wavelength measurement in all conditions without any user calibration OSA 400 The OSA 400 extends the performances of the OSA 425 and provides lab specifications in a rugged field module. 58 http://www. Two different modules are available to meet all test requirements: the OSA 425 and the OSA 400. OSNR measurements are no longer limited by the OSA optical response. With its high Optical Rejection Ratio. The compact size of the OSA module conveniently fits into the CMA5000a Multi-Layer Network Test Platform using a medium bay adapter. these OSA modules for the CMA5000a are the perfect tools for testing large wavelength range CWDM system.1). With best in class ORR. the CMA5000a Optical Spectrum Analysis (OSA) applications are the ideal single solution for facilitating accurate and efficient channel management. Operating from 1250 nm to 1650 nm. this OSA can compute OSNR measurements with very high accuracy. 25 or 12. The unique flat top filter can drop signals up to 40 Gb/s to perform transport analysis. This parameter gives the noise floor at a specified distance away from the center wavelength of the channel under test (see fig.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS OPTICAL SPECTRUM ANALYZERS 1250 nm to 1650 nm CMA5000a OSA 425/OSA 400 Field Portable DWDM/CWDM Testers Today’s competitive environment demands that networks offer exceptional performance and reliability with minimal down time.anritsu. ORR values are generally specified either at 50. the OSA400 is the perfect tool for measuring accurate OSNR on DWDM channels. more than 65 dBc at 50 GHz from peak. Fig 1: Two peaks at 50 GHz spacing with OSA 400. The OSA applications lower CWDM and DWDM installation and maintenance costs by providing industry leading spectral analysis of system critical parameters.com . OSA 425: the optimized cost OSA.5 GHz away from the center of the channel. High ORR values guarantee high OSNR measurement accuracy. power balancing and tuning throughout the network.

∗2 Wavelength repeatability∗4 Wavelength stability∗5 Wavelength linearity∗2 Maximum total safe power Power range per channel∗2. but in practical it can vary from one wavelength to another. 0. The combination of the OSA module and the SONET/SDH module (XTA or UTA module) in the same CMA5000a platform is particularly useful to completely test WDM links carrying SONET/SDH signals.000 sampling points) <2 s 1024 1 pm 0.1. ∗10 Pdl + Repeatability∗9 Optical resolution bandwidth (FWHM)∗2 Setting resolution bandwidth Optical rejection ratio∗2. 200 & 500 pm∗12 Full. For a 40 Gbit/s system the bandwidth of the device may need to exceed 80 GHz.anritsu. WDM networks are commonly used to transport SDH/ SONET signal. ±15 pm∗3 ±5 pm ±10 pm ±15 pm +25 dBm –70 to +20 dBm –75 dBm ±0.3 dB ±0. the bandwidth of the filter within the spectrum analyzer may need to be in excess of 20 GHz.2. For practical use. 0. 100. as well as the sidebands of the modulated signal. the gain is one of the most important parameter to measure.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Automatic EDFA tests Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers (EDFAs) are commonly used in today’s WDM networks.5 GHz from peak >40 dB <70 pm OSA 400 OSA 425 59 http://www.1 dB ±0. That’s why it is important to be able to measure the dependence of the EDFA gain to these parameters with an OSA.5 GHz from peak >45 dB 8 s (for 400 nm and 80. For example. In the case of a 10 Gbit/s modulated signal. • Unique Channel Drop Filter (OSA 400 only) Fig 2: Input and Output EDFA curves display on the same graph for immediate analysis. The main challenge is to ensure that the bandwidth of the filter does not degrade the integrity of the channel under test. The OSA 400 filter can support modulation rate up to 40 Gbps. the gain is depending on many other parameters: wavelengths.1 dB ±0. Several channels are transmitted on the fiber at the same time. The noise figure of an EDFA must also be checked as this value will determine how many amplifiers can be cascaded on a link. polarization.04 dB ±0.4 dB ±0.15 dB <60. the EDFA gain is supposed to be flat in its operating window. The OSA 400 has unique embedded channel drop filter. depending on the modulation technique. The CMA5000a OSA’s provide automatic test for fast and easy EDFA characterization. Nevertheless. The deployment of DWDM systems presents system engineers and maintenance personnel with the added challenge of how to selectively choose one channel among many and analyze its performance. Specifications Osa specifications Spectral range Wavelength accuracy∗1. The bandwidth of the filter is also adjustable depending on the modulation rate of the signal. it is necessary to select and drop the corresponding wavelength. 1 nm 65 dBc at ±50 GHz from peak 55 dBc at ±25 GHz from peak 35 dBc at ±12. Optical amplification is the main function of an EDFA and consequently.com .01 dB Yes Yes (Automatic) 40 dBc at ±50 GHz from peak 35 dBc at ±25 GHz from peak 25 dBc at ±12. Each data channel is carried on its own unique wavelength. Any wavelength can be selected via the tunable flat top sharp-edge filter. 0. ∗7 Power accuracy∗8 Power repeatability∗4 Power linearity∗1 Power flatness∗2 Power stability∗5 Polarization dependent loss∗9. To analyze the SDH/SONET signal. ∗6 Noise floor∗6.1 dB ±0. it is desirable that the bandwidth of the filter be large enough to accommodate center wavelength drift of both the channel under test and the measuring device.5. power… In theory. ∗11 Optical return loss Maximum measurement time Scanning time∗13 Channel number Wavelength readout resolution Power readout resolution Internal temperature sensor Internal wavelength calibration 1250 nm to 1650 nm ±40 pm.

name and quantity when ordering. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 ∗8: at –15 dBm in C band (1530 nm to 1570 nm) ∗9: at 1550 nm. The CMA 5500 OSA’s are double-deep (4-Bay) modules that must be used with an MBA or LBA.1 dB 20 pm Width at 0.com . The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.2 dB >FWHM/2 Up to 65 dB OSA 400 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA OSA 425 ∗1: Signal from –30 to +5 dBm from 15˚ to 30˚C ∗2: In C&L band (1530 nm to 1610 nm) ∗3: User offset with external calibration ∗4: in 5 consecutive scans ∗5: in 1 hour ∗6: with averaging ∗7: in C band (1530 nm to 1570 nm) General Specifications Temperature Humidity Battery operation Calibration cycle Warranty EMC LVD Operating: 0˚ to +40˚C Storage: –20˚ to +70˚C 95% RH non-condensing Yes 1 year recommended 1 year standard EN61326-1. References 5510-100-OSA-XXX 5525-000-OSA-XXX XXX= connector option Description OSA 400 with filter: High resolution Optical Spectrum Analyzer covering 1250 nm to 1650 nm with channel selector for signals up to 40 Gbps OSA 425: Optical Spectrum Analyzer covering 1250 nm to 1650 nm UFC = FC/UPC USC = SC/UPC AFC = FC/APC ASC = SC/APC 60 http://www. at 23˚C ±2˚C ∗10: Typical ∗11: with the finest resolution ∗12: ±10% ∗13: 45 nm scan ∗14: For FWM >150 pm Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. ∗10 Optical bandwidth resolution Flatness∗14 Crosstalk∗2 1250 nm to 1650 nm Up to 40 Gbps User selectable from 60 to 800 pm <10 dB ±40 pm 5 pm ±0. Each module includes a large choice of connector styles with channel isolation feature that allows the user to select a channel to be isolated to an output port for input to additional test equipment (such as BERT) for optical signals up to 40 Gb/s. The CMA 5500 OSA modules cover the 1250 nm to 1650 nm spectral range.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Channel Drop Features Channel drop features Spectral range Modulation rate Filter bandwidth∗9 Insertion loss∗9 Autopositioning accuracy∗10 Wavelength resolution Polarization dependent loss∗9. Two modules are available: the OSA 425 (standard OSA) and the OSA 400 (includes channel isolation feature). The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.anritsu.

Connector end faces can be safely viewed and images stored to document all aspects of your network. the MU909011A becomes a powerful tool for evaluating connector cleanliness and quality. • Quick Startup The MT9090A is ready for measurement in about 15 seconds so productive work can start immediately. the MT9090A is perfect for the outside plant environment and can easily be managed with one hand. • Rugged With no fans or vents to allow dust and moisture to enter the unit. Purpose-Built for Short Fiber Applications 61 http://www. Its ease of use. the MT9090A typically provides 3. deadzones of less than 1 meter (3 feet) and a built-in 10 m (30 ft) launch fiber to ensure everything is evaluated. The standard softcase with shoulder strap further increases portability when traveling from the truck to the testing site. low price. MDU riser cables and CO cabling • Exclusive. too expensive and too complicated. This coupled with an optional car cigarette lighter cord guarantees the MT9090A is ready when you are. modular test set.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Network Master Series MT9090A MAINFRAME MU909011A DROP CABLE FAULT LOCATOR MODULE 780 nm/1550 nm (SMF) Last Mile Testing Redefined! MT9090A/MU909011A Overview Until now. The MT9090A from Anritsu finally addresses this need by providing all of the features and performance required for installation and maintenance of short fibers in a compact. Handheld OTDRs and Fault Locators lacked the resolution and in such short spans while mini-OTDRs were too large.com . Data sampling of five centimeters and deadzones of less than one meter. Anritsu designed the MT9090A from the ground up. • Video Inspection Probe Support When equipped with the optional connector video inspection probe (VIP). • Long Battery Life Since AC power is not always available where you need it. The MT9090A represents an unmatched level of value and ease of use. wide screen color display that is easy to read indoors or out • Fixed parameters simplify operation and ensure proper set-up – just press “START” • High resolution and extremely short deadzones ensure thorough short fiber evaluation • Rugged. purpose-built solution for short fiber applications such as FTTx drop cables.anritsu. Key Features • Unique. especially at fiber pedestals. while not compromising performance. the MT9090A was designed for the challenging outside plant environment. The MT9090A represents a new era in drop cable and premise testing. • Portable With its lightweight design and user friendly dimensions. ensure accurate and complete fiber evaluation while a simple testing sequence requires only one key press to initiate – allowing anyone to make error-free measurements. intra-building riser cables and cell towers have different testing requirements. integrated launch fiber provides accurate initial connector measurement without external devices • High resolution. high-resolution and size make this the perfect product for “last mile” and intra-building testing. sealed design provides years of service in the most challenging environments • Modular platform ensures maximum return on investment • Compact and lightweight design for maximum portability in the field • Complete FTTx maintenance tool including optical power meter and visible source “red light” • Unique 780 nm wavelength for in-service maintenance of PONs without filters • High performance without a high price • Verify connector quality with optional connector inspection microscope Realizing that short fiber premise applications such as FTTx drop cables. the right tool just didn’t exist for cost effectively testing short fibers.5 hours of testing on a single charge. It features 5 cm resolution for accurate mapping of events.

• Screen Capture Function Screen shots are sometimes useful for adding to reports so the MT9090A features the ability to save screen shots as Bitmap images. A customizable testing sequence automates testing and guides novice users. It also provides excellent readability both indoors and outdoors. the MU909011A has 10 m (30 ft) of fiber built-in so initial fiber connections can be verified without the need for additional patchcords or launch fibers. • Full Trace View The user can also select to view the full trace for additional information or to initiate real time testing.all settings are fixed to ensure accurate and consistent results for any skill level. Step 1 – Connect fiber and power on • Integrated Power Meter (through OTDR port) The optional power meter allows users to verify the presence of signals and then fault locate with one instrument – and without having to disconnect and move the fiber to another port. A full event table of all characteristics is also shown providing additional information on the fiber under test.anritsu. • Event Table with User Defined Thresholds PASS/FAIL thresholds for key acceptance criteria such as splice loss. fixed parameters and PASS/FAIL classification. • Free and Simple Software Upgrades • <1 m Dead Zone for Short Fiber Analysis With less than 1 m dead zones. its hardware and user interface are optimized for simplicity. the length. reflectance and total span loss can be set in the MT9090A allowing technicians to easily assess a fiber’s condition. • No Experience Required With the MT9090A.3 inch wide screen display is the perfect format for viewing OTDR results. greatly simplifying file transfers. Operation is quite similar between modules so the user is immediately familiar with operation. dragged and dropped into the PC memory. With an automated testing sequence. The MT9090A also supports the use of USB memory sticks. • Easy “drag and drop” File Transfers When the MT9090A is connected to a PC via a USB cable. anyone can certify and troubleshoot drop cables or premise networks. but with many other vendors data. the MT9090A is more than capable. Add to this auto file saving and naming for easy. you tend to choose ones that are innovative and from established companies. portability.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • 4. total loss and PASS/FAIL status are displayed within seconds.3 inch Wide Screen Display for Easy Viewing The high resolution. The user simply connects the fiber and presses “START” for true one-button testing . • Visible Light Source An optional visible laser diode “red light” to visually troubleshoot splices. connectors and the fiber management is also available. Fault locator module Installation and Maintenance Simplified Since the MT9090A is purpose built for testing short fiber spans. • Real Time Sweeping In the field. 62 http://www. • Installation Simplified The MU909011A fault locator module provides easy and accurate verification of drop cable installation. FTTX and intra building cables. When you need to install and maintain optical networks. easy operation and of course price. Mainframe Despite its size…it is not a toy! When buying products. the MT9090A is perfect for evaluating central office. the expertise is built in. Users can interchange different wavelength fault locator modules or perform other optical network testing such as optical channel analysis with the available CWDM channel analyzer module. we understand the importance of performance. this should also apply. the internal memory can be directly accessed. Firmware upgrades are easily performed via USB and available from the Anritsu website for registered users or through Anritsu customer support. error-free documenting of your network. • Integrated Launch Fiber To further simplify testing. full color. reliability. • Common OTDR Data Format The MT9090A supports the universal Telcordia SR-4731 format making it compatible with not only legacy Anritsu and NetTest products. Having been in the test and measurement business for a long time. 4. Failing values are clearly highlighted in the event table alerting technicians of potential problems. Upon completion. • Simple Data Storage With internal data storage plus support for external USB memory devices. • Modular Design The MT9090A features a modular design allowing modules to be easily changed in the field. Data can be selected. real-time sweeping is often very useful to confirm correct fiber splicing and placement.com .

A1. Simplified Chinese.anritsu.0 km). Dust and Drip proof: IP 51 EN61326-1. Maximum input: +10 dBm Connector: 2. A3-050/060 1550 nm ±30 nm 63 http://www.com .000 ft). As a unique approach to this. 50 cm (Distance range 10 km) (IOR = 1.) Languages Integrated Optical Power Meter (Optional) Visible laser diode (Optional) Power supply Battery Environmental conditions EMC LVD Laser safety Spanish.000 ft) or 10 km (32. French.5 mm universal. Italian.0 dB Fresnel: <1 m*3. displayed in table format based on user defined PASS/FAIL thresholds 2 point loss. 1625 nm or 1650 nm wavelengths were used to test active fibers however these wavelengths typically need costly WDM couplers and filters in the network. External (USB): up to 30. Anritsu also offers a 780 nm Fault Locator module that can be used to troubleshoot inservice FTTx networks without costly filters and without disruption to other customers. A2.3 inch TFT-LCD (480 × 272. module and battery): <800 g (<2 lbs. With the MT9090A.50000) 20001 (Distance range 1.5 km (8. 100 to 240 VAC.1.0 km (3. same port as OTDR Power range: –45 to –5 dBm.5 km (8. 50 Hz/60 Hz NiMH. issue 2 (SR-4731) Integrated launch fiber: 10 m (30 ft) Connector inspection microscope (Optional). 2. 10 cm (Distance range 2. *2: Fiber bending loss (attenuation) cannot be detected at the 780 nm wavelength.9”) (Including mainframe and module) Weight (including mainframe. Traditional Chinese. Accuracy: ±0. FTTx maintenance becomes difficult when only one or two users are down. as well as total fiber length. German. • A Unique Approach to In-Service Maintenance Step 3 – Read Results Test results including all splices and connectors. loss and PASS/FAIL status are shown in an easy to read table. transparent type) USB 1. 20001 (Distance range 10 km) Internal memory: 40 MB (up to 2000 traces).SOR).) 4.0001 steps) ft. Backscatter: <5 m*4 5 cm (Distance range 1.652) 1. MU909011A set automatically <10 ns >7.000 traces with 1 GB 1. English Wavelength 1550 nm. with backlight. Since multiple users share the common feed fiber. one box does it all ! Step 1 – Verify ONT Fault Step 2 – Disconnect fiber from ONT and connect to MT9090A Step 3 – Verify signal presence and level Good signal – replace ONT No signal – press “continue” to launch fault locate test Low signal . Type B × 1 (USB mass storage) • MU909011A Drop Cable Fault Locator Module Model Wavelength*1 Fiber type Distance range Pulse width Dynamic range*2 Deadzone Sampling resolution Sampling points Data storage IOR setting Units Fiber event analysis Loss modes OTDR trace format MU909011A.5 hours (typical)*6.0 km (3. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 IEC Pub 60825-1: 2001 Class1: MU909011A/A1/A2/A3-050/060/052/062*10 1. verifies connector condition and clealiness Other functions Connection check: Automatic check of OTDR to FUT connection quality Live fiber detect : Verifies presence of communication light in optical fiber Real time sweep: <1 sec (typ. Wavelength: 650 ±15 nm. Allowable input voltage range: 90 to 264 V. This offers a clear advantage over PON specific power meters that only verify signal presence but still rely on an additional OTDR or fault locator to locate the cause. *2 Step 4 – Review Results *1: At actual work. A2. A3-052/062 780 nm ±20 nm 10 µm/125 µm SMF (ITU-T G.press “continue” to launch fault locate test (780 nm will not interfere with 1490 nm or 1550 nm transmissions)*1. 25001 (Distance range 2. Recharge time:<3 h*7 Operation: 0˚ to +50˚C. Laser safety: IEC Pub 60825-1: 2001 Class3R: MU909011A1/A3-050/060/052/062*9 (CW) 9 VDC. dB/km Telcordia universal (. Anritsu cannot guarantee in advance that there will be no impact on communications.5” × 3. Storage: –20˚ to +60˚C Vibration: MIL-T-28800E Class 3.5 km).5 km). m Automatic.3000 to 1.000 ft) or 2. Specifications • MT9090A Mainframe Dimensions and Mass Display Interface 190 (W) × 96 (H) × 48 (D) mm (7.000 ft) set automaticallly MU909011A. Output: 0 ±3 dBm.0 km). A1.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Step 2 – Press “START” The connection check feature ensures that the fiber to be tested is properly cleaned and connected correctly. Type A × 1 (memory).000 ft).7000 (0.5 dB*5. Only use the 780 nm OTDR after confirming that there is no effect on the customer's communications system. Traditionally.8” × 1. Operating time: 3. <80% (non-condensing)*8.

25˚C *3: Return loss 45 dB. APC. power meter B0600A B0601A Z1023A B0602A J1402A W2988AE W2989AE OPTION-545VIP MU909011A/A1/ A2/A3-ES210 MU909011A/A1/ A2/A3-ES310 • Replacement Adaptors Model/Order No.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS *1: @25˚C *2: Averaging: 10 seconds. UPC. Connector Type FC Connector (UPC: Models -050 and -052 only) ST Connector (UPC: Models -050 and -052 only) DIN 47256 Connector (UPC: Models -050 and -052 only) SC Connector (UPC: Models -050 and -052 only) FC-APC Connector key width 2. name and quantity when ordering.5 dB. APC. visible laser diode. APC. AC charger/adapter.10. power meter 1550 nm. visible laser diode 780 nm. power meter 1550 nm. power meter 780 nm. power meter 1550 nm. Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. Description AC Adapter (Replacement) NiMH Battery Pack (Replacement) Hard Case Standard Soft Case Strap Deluxe Soft Case (for MT9090A) Car Plug Cord MU909011A Operation Manual (Hardcopy) MU909011A Operation Manual (CD) Connector Inspection Microscope Kit 12 month Extended Warranty (total 2 years warranty) 24 month Extended Warranty (total 3 years warranty) • Select Module Option Model/Order No. single mode. APC 780 nm. APC. single mode. visible laser diode. APC. single mode. MU909011A MU909011A1 MU909011A2 MU909011A3 MU909011A-039 MU909011A-040 Description Drop Cable Fault Locator Module Drop Cable Fault Locator Module (with visible laser diode) Drop Cable Fault Locator Module (with Power Meter) Drop Cable Fault Locator Module (with visible laser diode and Power Meter) MU909011A-025 MU909011A-026 Includes printed operation manual • Select Accessories Model/Order No. UPC. *10: Class 1 of IEC 60825-1 and the 21CFR1040. single mode. single mode. UPC. APC. single mode. single mode. single mode. • Select Mainframe Model/Order No.10. sweeping halted at 25˚C *7: 10˚ to 30˚C. visible laser diode. Power OFF *8: 10˚ to 30˚C (During Recharging battery. 25˚C *4: Return loss: 45 dB. MU909011A-050 MU909011A1-050 MU909011A2-050 MU909011A3-050 MU909011A-060 MU909011A1-060 MU909011A2-060 MU909011A3-060 MU909011A-052 MU909011A1-052 MU909011A2-052 MU909011A3-052 MU909011A-062 MU909011A1-062 MU909011A2-062 MU909011A3-062 Description 1550 nm. single mode. APC 1550 nm. Deviation ±0. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. single mode. single mode. –20 dBm @ 1550 nm. single mode. power meter 780 nm. single mode. UPC. Power OFF) *9: Class 3R of IEC 60825-1 and the 21CFR1040. SNR = 1. G0203A G0202A Must be added as separate line items. MU909011A-037 MU909011A-038 One adapter included at no charge – must be added as a separate line item. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.com . single mode.5 dB down from the peak of Fresnel) *5: CW input. power meter 780 nm. single mode. UPC. visible laser diode. power meter 780 nm. UPC. visible laser diode 1550 nm.anritsu. J1413A J0617B J0618D J0618E J0619B J0739A Must be added as separate line items. visible laser diode 780 nm.0 mm (APC: Models -060 and -062 only) SC-APC Connector (APC: Models -060 and -062 only) • Select Module Model/Order No. 25˚C *6: back light low. MT9090A Includes battery pack. 25˚C (1. standard soft case and strap Description Mainframe (with color LCD) • Select Connector Adapter Model/Order No. visible laser diode 1550 nm. single mode. Description LC (UPC: Models -050 and -052 only) FC (UPC: Models -050 and -052 only) ST (UPC: Models -050 and -052 only) DIN (UPC: Models -050 and -052 only) SC (UPC or APC: all models) FC (APC: Models -060 and -062 only) 64 http://www. UPC 780 nm. UPC 1550 nm.

695 and G.8” × 1. Providing fast and reliable measurements in every environment. without the use of special tools and without requiring calibration. Light.2 dB∗1 ≥12 dB∗2.5 dB∗1 ±0. compact.anritsu.2 standards. with backlight.3 dB∗2 ±0. Reliable measurements at a glance Starting in less than 30 seconds and reaching stability after a warmup time inferior to 5 minutes.694. Type A × 1 (memory).1.5 dB∗1 ±0. maintenance and troubleshooting of CWDM access networks.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Network Master Series MT9090A MAINFRAME MU909020A OPTICAL CHANNEL ANALYZER MODULE All 18 CWDM channels Optical CWDM Channel Monitoring The Network Master Optical Channel Analyzer is a low price CWDM analyzer designed to measure and monitor power and wavelength over the 18 CWDM channels. Specifications • MT9090A Mainframe Dimensions and Mass Display Interface 190 (W) × 96 (H) × 48 (D) mm (7.9”) (Including mainframe and module) Weight (including mainframe. Its friendly software interface. comes with a universal optical connector. with pass and fail indicators. Type B × 1 (USB mass storage) • MU909020A Optical Channel Analyzer Module Number of channels Channel pass band Channel wavelength accuracy Power range per channel Channel power accuracy Channel power linearity Total power accuracy Total power linearity Maximum total safe power Maximum channel safe power Instrument repeatability Channel imbalance (adjacent channels) All 18 CWDM channels. compliant to ITU-T G. module and battery): <800 g (<2 lbs. easy to clean by the operator.com . rugged and easy to use instrument is the ideal and essential mate of each technician for installation.695 ±1 nm∗2 –40 to +10 dBm ±0. transparent type) USB 1. and is interchangeable with other Network Master modules. makes it easy to use for any skill level. compliant to ITU-T G.2 ±6. the OCA is instantaneously operational to monitor CWDM networks.) 4.5 nm. this modular device is a low cost alternative to more complex OSA for the emerging CWDM market.694.3 inch TFT-LCD (480 × 272. it is ideal for field applications. This small. The OCA module is fully compliant with ITU-T G.5” × 3. with no moving part and battery operation. with comprehensive graph and table displays of wavelength and power levels and drifts. ∗3 Continued on next page 65 http://www.3 dB∗2 +17 dBm +13 dBm ±0. reducing the need for training.

• Select Mainframe Model/Order No. AC charger/adapter. name and quantity when ordering. Description FC (UPC: Models -050) SC (UPC or APC: all models) FC (APC: Model -060 only) 66 http://www. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. and strap. Power OFF ∗6: Specifications are guaranteed from 10˚ to 40˚C. MU909020A-050 MU909020A-060 • Select Connector Adapter Model/Order No. Connector Type FC Connector (UPC: Model -050 only) SC Connector (UPC: Model -050 only) FC-APC Connector key width 2. G0203A G0202A B0600A B0601A Z1023A B0602A CD005568 CD005780 Description OCA with UPC Optical Connector OCA with APC Optical Connector MU909020A-ES310 MU909020A-ES210 Must be added as separate line items. Channel imbalance >15 dB for wavelengths spacing >20 nm ∗4: Backlight low ∗5: 10˚ to 30˚C. Operating time: 4 hours (typical)∗4.com . MT9090A Description Mainframe (with color LCD) • Select Accessories Model/Order No. Description AC Adaptor (Replacement) NiMH Battery Pack (Replacement) Hard Case Standard Soft Case Strap Deluxe Soft Case (for MT9090A) Hardcopy MT9090A/MU909020A Operation Manual Hardcopy MT9090A/MU909020A Quick Reference Guide 2 Years Extended Warranty Service (total 2 years warranty) 3 Years Extended Warranty Service (total 3 years warranty) • Select Base Module Model/Order No. MU909020A Includes battery pack. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. operation manual on CD Description Optical Channel Analyzer Module • Select Connector Interface Model/Order No.anritsu. Operation possible from 0˚ to 50˚C. Storage: –20˚ to +60˚C Vibration: MIL-T-28800E Class 3.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Polarization dependant loss Power supply Battery Environmental conditions EMC LVD ±0. Power OFF) Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. Dust and Drip proof: IP 51 EN61326-1. 100 to 240 VAC NiMH. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 ∗1: Measured at –10 dBm ∗2: Signal from –35 to +10 dBm ∗3: for wavelengths spacing >15 nm. Recharge time: <3 hours (typical)∗5. ∗7: 10˚ to 30˚C (During Recharging battery. standard soft case. MU909020A-037 MU909020A-040 MU909020A-025 MU909020A-026 One adapter included at no charge – must be added as a separate line item. <80% (non-condensing)∗7.0 mm (APC: Model -060 only) SC-APC Connector (APC: Model -060 only) • Replacement Adaptors Model/Order No.3 dB 9 VDC. Operation possible with 4 × AA alkaline: operating time depends on batteries type Operating: 0˚ to +50˚C∗6. J0617B J0619B J0739A Must be added as separate line items.

OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS LOSS TEST SETS

CMA50 Series
850 nm, 1300 nm (MM), 1310 nm, 1490 nm, 1550 nm, 1625 nm (SM)

Ideal for Bi-Directional Testing

Fast and easy-to-use, Anritsu’s CMA50 series of Loss Test Sets is designed for both attenuation and power throughput measurements on fiber optic links. They are offered with common calibrated wavelengths and connector options to meet any testing requirement from FTTx networks to long haul telephony links to multimode LAN, and CATV. The CMA50 Loss Test Sets can make your measuring experience simple and error free with bi-directional testing option, pass or fail threshold analysis, large capacity for test results storage, and RJ45 interface Network Testing option. The light-weight, rugged design, assures units are built for the most demanding cable installation environments and will provide years of valuable service.

Key Benefits

• Up to 4 high power sources per unit, out of a single port • EZ Test one button bi-directional measurement option • Pass/Fail indicators for in-field compliance • Rugged design withstands years of use in the most challenging environments • Stores up to 100,000 data sets (4 MB of user data) • Visual Fault Locator source standard • LAN Access and network testing option via RJ45 port • File Transfer via USB port • Three years warranty

Specifications
Model Emitter Type Wavelength (nm)*1 Output Power Source Linewidth (FWHM) Model Wavelength of Operation Measured Range Calibration Accuracy*3, *4 Linearity*1 Maximum Input Power Dual Wavelength Variant 50LTS35 Laser Diode 1310 nm/1550 nm ±20 nm –7 dBm (G.652 Fiber) <5 nm/<5 nm Standard 850 nm, 1300 nm, 1310 nm, 1490 nm, 1550 nm, 1625 nm and all standard CWDM wavelengths (ITU-T G694.2) –75 to +10 dBm ±0.2 dB (±5%) ±0.1 dB (–65 to +2 dBm) +10 dBm ±0.1 dB (–37 to +23 dBm) +27 dBm –50 to +27 dBm Laser Diode 1310 nm/1490 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm ± 20 nm –7 dBm (G.652 Fiber) <5 nm/<5 nm/<5 nm/<5 nm Power Meter Port C Option 50LTS3456 Quad Wavelength Variant 50LTS8335*2 LED on MM port, Laser Diode on SM port 850 nm ±20 nm, 1300 nm +30/–20 nm (MM) 1310 nm/1550 nm ±20 nm (SM) –7 dBm (G.652 Fiber) –20 dBm (62.5 µm/125 µm GI fiber) <50 nm/<200 nm/<5 nm/<5 nm

*1: Typical specs at 23˚C *2: 50LTS8335 unit has one port for Single Mode Fiber and one port for Multi Mode Fiber *3: Calibrated at 23˚C, 1310 nm and –10 dBm power input *4: 850 nm: ±0.35 dB

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General
Modulation Modes Stability (1 hours)*1 Modulation Detection*2 Wavelength Recognition Display Resolution Visual Fault Locator Power Supply Auto Shutoff Connector Style Operating Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range Dimensions Mass Warranty EMC LVD Laser Safety CW, 270 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz modulation for fiber recognition ±0.05 dB at 1310 nm and 1550 nm, ±0.15 dB at 1490 nm and 1625 nm, ±0.1 dB at 850 nm and 1300 nm CW, 270 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz modulation recognition Automatic recognition of calibrated wavelengths (when used in conjunction with a CMA50 LTS) 0.01 (mW, µW, nW, dBr, dBm) Visible laser source at 650 nm allowing to visually detect a fiber fault up to 5 km Rechargeable battery pack, 4 AA batteries or 110/220 V AC adapter Programmable (1 to 99 minutes or disabled) FC, SC, ST, DIN, LC –10˚ to +50˚C –25˚ to +60˚C 110 (W) × 210 (H) × 41.3 (D) mm <550 g (including batteries) 3 years EN61326-1, EN55011 EN61010-1 IEC 60825-1: 2001 class 1, 21CFR class 1

*1: After 10 minutes warm-up *2: Input power: ≥–50 dBm
Options
N Option Network Test B Option EZ Test O Option ORL LAN access and network level continuity and frame time delay through TCP/IP protocol over its built-in 10/100 Mbps Network Interface Card. One button multiple wavelength bi-directional measurement. Optical Return Loss (ORL) option allows the measurement of optical return loss readings required for high speed transmission systems.

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Ordering Information
Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.

The CMA50 Loss Test is a combination of a Power Meter and a Light Source in the same unit. A Loss Test Set can be ordered with a choice for the Light Source desired wavelengths, bi-directional option, Power Meter detector type and connector options.

• Model Number:
Model Number 50LTS35XS-xxx 50LTS35BS-xxx 50LTS3456BS-xxx 50LTS3456BC-xxx 50LTS3456OS-xxx 50LTS3456OC-xxx 50LTS8335XS-xxx 50LTS8335BS-xxx 50LTS8335OC-xxx Description 1310 nm/1550 nm + S 1310 nm/1550 nm + B + S 1310 nm/1490 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm + B + S 1310 nm/1490 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm + B + C 1310 nm/1490 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm + B + O + S 1310 nm/1490 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm + B + O + C 850 nm/1300 nm/1310 nm/1550 nm + S 850 nm/1300 nm/1310 nm/1550 nm + B + S 850 nm/1300 nm/1310 nm/1550 nm + B + O + C

B: With bi-directional O: Optical Return Loss (inclusive of bi-directional) X: Without Option S: Standard detector (–75 to +10 dBm) C: CATV detector (–50 to +27 dBm) xxx = Connector Options AFC = FC/APC UFC = FC/UPC USC = SC/UPC ASC = SC/APC UST = ST/UPC ULC = LC/UPC UDN = DIN/UPC

CMA50 – Loss Test Set Additional Options (ordered as separate line items) 50-OPT-N = Network Test Option This option enables the RJ45 connector to perform tests such as ping, delay, etc. 50-OPT-V = VFL Option This option includes a visible (red) light source used for fiber identification and troubleshooting. CMA50 – Loss Test Set Notes 1. Customers that want different style connectors on the Power Meter and Light Source ports need to order an additional Power Meter connector as a separate line item. 2. Customers that want different style connectors on MM/SM Light Source ports need to order an additional connector as a separate line item.

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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS HANDHELD POWER METERS

CMA50 Series

850 nm, 1300 nm (MM), 1310 nm, 1490 nm, 1550 nm, 1625 nm (SM) and all standard CWDM wavelengths

Fast, Accurate and Easy-to-use

Fast, accurate and easy-to-use, Anritsu’s CMA50 series of Power Meters is designed for attenuation and throughput measurements of fiber optic links. Units are offered with common calibration wavelength and connector options to meet any testing requirement from FTTx networks to long haul telephony links to multimode LAN, and CATV. All CMA50 Power Meters feature large mass storage capacity, and pass or fail indicators for in field compliance. The light-weight, rugged design, assures that they are built for the most demanding cable installation and maintenance environments and will provide years of valuable service.

Key Benefits

• Reasonable pricing puts high quality testing in every technician's hand • High input power capacity enables characterization of RF TV optical signals • Pass/Fail indicators for in–field compliance • Stores up to 100,000 data sets (4 MB of user data) • Visual Fault Locator source option • LAN Access and network testing option via RJ45 port: Ideal for troubleshooting ONT/ONU in FTTx networks • File Transfer via USB port • Three years warranty

Specifications
Model Wavelength of Operation Measured Power Range Calibration Accuracy*1, *2 Linearity*3 Maximum Input Power Standard 850 nm, 1300 nm, 1310 nm, 1490 nm, 1550 nm, 1625 nm and all standard CWDM wavelengths (ITU-T G694.2) –75 to +10 dBm ±0.2 dB (±5%) ±0.1 dB (–65 to +2 dBm) +10 dBm

*1: Calibrated at 23˚C, 1310 nm and –10 dBm power input *2: 850 nm: ±0.35 dB *3: 23˚C

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General
Modulation Detection*1 Wavelength Recognition Display Resolution Power Supply Battery Operation Auto Shutoff Connector Style Operating Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range Dimensions Mass Warranty EMC LVD 270 Hz, 1 kHz and 2 kHz modulation recognition Automatic recognition of calibrated wavelengths (when used in conjunction with a CMA50 LTS) 0.01 (mW, µW, nW, dBr, dBm) Rechargeable battery pack, 4 AA batteries or 110/220 V AC adapter 20 hours (Typical) Programmable (1 to 99 minutes) or disabled FC, SC, ST, DIN, LC –10˚ to +50˚C –25˚ to +60˚C 110 (W) × 210 (H) × 41.3 (D) mm <910 g (including batteries) 3 years EN61326-1, EN55011 EN61010-1

*1: Input power: ≥–50 dBm
Options
N Option Network Test V Option Visual Fault Locator LAN access and Network level continuity and frame time delay through TCP/IP protocol over its built–in 10/100 Mbps Network Interface Card. Visible laser source at 650 nm allowing to visually detect a fiber fault up to 5 km

Ordering Information

Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.

The CMA50 Power Meter can be ordered with a choice of connector options (d):

• Model Number:
50PMSA Standard detector (–75 to +10 dBm) A = Connector Options FC = FC/UPC and FC/APC SC = SC/UPC and SC/APC LC = LC/UPC and LC/APC DN = DIN/UPC and DIN/APC CMA50 – Power Meter Additional Options (ordered as separate line items) 50-OPT-N = Network Test Option This option enables the RJ45 connector to perform tests such as ping, delay, etc. 50-OPT-V = VFL Option This option includes a visible (red) light source used for fiber identification and troubleshooting.

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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS HANDHELD POWER METERS

CMA5 Series

850 nm, 1300 nm, 1310 nm, 1490 nm, 1550 nm, 1625 nm

Economical, Accurate and Easy-to-use Handheld Units

The CMA5 Series Power Meters are economical, accurate and easy-touse handheld units for attenuation and power throughput measurements on point-to-point fiber optic links. Units feature a rugged design, built to withstand the difficult testing environment of fiber optic cable installation and maintenance. A large LCD display and a dual powering system including a 9 V battery and an optional power adapter ensuring the CMA5 Series will adapt to any situation. With no warm up time, fast response time, auto-zeroing capabilities and tone detection, the CMA5 Series helps reduce measurement time. The CMA5 Power Meters are ideal for testing single-mode and multimode fibers in various types of applications, thanks to multiple wavelength calibration at 850 nm/1300 nm for datacom testing needs, 1310 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm for all WDM testing, as well as 1490 nm for FTTx testing needs. Its linear amplifier technology combined with InGaAs detector ensure long-time accuracy and all units come with 3 years warranty.

Key Benefits

• Pocket-sized and rugged design • Three-years warranty • Multiple calibration wavelengths to address all network types: datacom, multimedia, WDM as well as FTTx • High input power capacity enables optical amplifier characterization
and multimedia/CATV measurements

Specifications
Model Connector Adapter Fiber Type Calibrated Wavelengths Power Range Guaranteed Specifications Power Range Accuracy*1 Linearity*1 Modulation Detect Stability (8 Hours)*2 Warranty Auto-Zeroing Warm Up Time FC, SC, ST MM/SM 850 nm, 1300 nm, 1310 nm, 1490 nm, 1550 nm, 1625 nm –60 to +10 dBm –60 to +5 dBm (–50 to +10 dBm at 850 nm) ±0.2 dB (±0.5 dB @ 850 nm) ±0.2 dB (±0.5 dB @ 850 nm) 2 kHz ±0.1 dB (–10 dBm at 25˚C) 3 years Yes 0s –50 to +23 dBm –40 to +23 dBm 5P100 5P100C

*1: ±0.5 dB at 850 nm *2: At 25˚C

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Model Display Power Supply Dimensions Mass Operational Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range Relative Humidity EMC LCD 9 V battery or optional AC adapter (Option: Input 100 to 200 VAC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz) 75 (W) × 145 (H) × 25 (D) mm 250 g –10˚ to +50˚C –25˚ to +60˚C 5 to 95% non-condensing EN61326-1, EN61000-3-2 5P100 5P100C

CMA5 Power Meter could be used in conjunction with CMA5 Light source as well as CMA50, the all-in-one Handheld tester.

Ordering Information

Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.

The CMA5 Power Meters can be ordered with a choice of detector types (A) and connector options (B).

• Model Number:
5P100 A B

A = Wide Area Detector Type blank = Standard detector (–60 to +5 dBm) C = CATV detector (–40 to +23 dBm) B = Connector Options FC = FC/UPC and FC/APC SC = SC/UPC and SC/APC ST = ST/UPC and ST/APC

CMA5 – Accessories (ordered as separate line items)
CMA5-POUCH CMA5-BAT CMA5-AC CMA5-AD-PM-FC CMA5-AD-PM-SC CMA5-AD-PM-ST CMA5-AD-PM-ALL3 Carrying pouch w/shoulder strap 9 V Battery AC power adapter for CMA5 series FC Power Meter connector adapter for 5P100 SC Power Meter connector adapter for 5P100 ST Power Meter connector adapter for 5P100 FC/SC/ST Power Meter connector adapters for 5P100

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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS LIGHT SOURCES

CMA5 Series
850 nm, 1300 nm, 1310 nm, 1550 nm

Economical and Stable Laser Source

The CMA5 Series Light Sources provide an economical and stable laser source for use in point-to-point attenuation measurement. Units feature a rugged design, built to withstand the difficult testing environment of fiber optic cable installation and maintenance. A dual powering system including a 9 V battery and an optional power adapter, ensure the CMA5 series will adapt to any situation. To further protect your investment, 3 years warranty is standard.

Key Benefits

The CMA5 Light Sources are ideal for testing single-mode and multimode fibers as they are offered in a variety of wavelengths to meet testing applications from datacom with 850 nm and 1300 nm to WDM with 1310 nm/1550 nm/1625 nm wavelengths. Single and dual wavelength models are available and have only one output port. Based on advanced technologies of precision laser control with modulation tones and no warm up time, the CMA5 Series helps reduce measurement time.

• Pocket-sized and rugged design • Three-years warranty • Up to two wavelengths on a single port to address all network types from datacom to WDM • Interchangeable fiber-optic adapters
Specifications
Model Emitter Type Wavelength Output Power Source Linewidth

Ordering Information

Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.

• Dual Wavelength Light Source
5L83 Laser Diode 850 nm/1300 nm ±20 nm –7 dBm (62.5 µm/125 µm on MM fiber) <5 nm 5L35 Laser Diode 1310 nm/1550 nm ±20 nm –7 dBm (on SM fiber) <5 nm

The CMA5 Light Sources can be ordered with a choice of wavelengths (A) and connector options (B):

• Model Number:
5L A B

• General
Wavelength Accuracy at 25˚C Stability (8 hours) Modulation Warranty Warm Up time Display Power Supply Battery Warning Auto Shutoff Output Connector Dimensions Mass Operational Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range Relative Humidity EMC ± 20 nm ±0.1 dB (at 25˚C) CW, 270 Hz, 1 kHz, or 2 kHz 3 years 0s LED indicators 9 V battery or optional 9 V AC adapter (Options: Input 100 to 240 V AC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz) Yes Yes FC, SC, ST 75 (W) × 145 (H) × 25 (D) mm 250 g –10˚ to +50˚C –25˚ to +60˚C 0 to 95% non-condensing EN61326-1, EN61000-3-2

A = Wavelengths 83 = 850 nm/1300 nm 35 = 1310 nm/1550 nm B = Connector Options FU = FC/UPC FA = FC/APC SU = SC/UPC SA = SC/APC TU = ST/UPC CMA5 – Accessories (ordered as separate line items)
CMA5-POUCH CMA5-BAT CMA5-AC CMA5-AD-LS-FC CMA5-AD-LS-SC CMA5-AD-LS-ST CMA5-AD-LS-ALL3 Carrying pouch w/shoulder strap 9 V Battery AC power adapter for CMA5 series FC Light Source connector adapter SC Light Source connector adapter ST Light Source connector adapter FC/SC/ST Light Source connector adapters

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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS OPTICAL FIBER IDENTIFIERS

FI700 Series

Single-Hand Operation and Wide Detection Range

The FI700 Series of Optical Fiber Identifiers is the safe, economical and non-destructive way to identify active lit optical fibers. These rugged units use local detection technology, which employs a macro-bend method, eliminating the need to open the fiber at the splice point for identification. All models detect continuous wave, live optical transmission and low frequency modulated tones at 270 Hz, 1 kHz, and 2 kHz. The presence of traffic, the direction of the transmission and modulated tones on the fiber are indicated by LEDs. In addition, the FI720 models

measure the fiber's relative power and displays the reading on a two-digit, seven-segment LED. This allows for measurement of power loss through a splice or connector.

Features and Benefits

Optical Specifications
Model Insertion loss Spectral response Optical tone receiver Maximum range Relative power Fiber stress FI710 <0.5 dB* 800 nm to 1700 nm 270 Hz, 1 kHz and 2 kHz –40 to 0 dBm No None; Macro-bending

• Detection of modulated tones; 270 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz • Single-hand operation • Light weight (0.2 kg/7.5 oz.) • Interchangeable head for ribbon, jacketed and coated fiber allows virtually any fiber to be identified • Detects all light source and loss test set modulation frequencies
FI720 FI720C

–40 to 0 dBm; ±2.0 dBm Yes

–20 to +20 dBm; ±2.0 dBm

*: Mean Detectable Signal Power for single-mode fiber at 1310 nm.
Dual window single-mode Fiber compatibility Coating diameter Coating Optical characteristics Minimum fiber slack 8 nm to 10 mm diameter 250 mm diameter High refractive index acrylate (Using Corning 1528) 0.75 µm required for detection

General Specifications
Power Operation Operating temperature Storage temperature Humidity Dimensions (W × H × D) Weight One 9 volt Alkaline battery Approximately 10,000 readings –20˚ to +50˚C (–4˚ to 122˚ F) –40˚ to +60˚C (–40˚ to 140˚ F) 0 to 90% non-condensing 4.2 × 19.1 × 2.5 cm (1.3 × 7.5 × 1.0 inches) 0.2 kg (7.5 oz)

Ordering Information

Please specify the model/order number, name and quantity when ordering.
The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.

A Fiber Identifier is a non-intrusive tool used to determine if a fiber has traffic on it prior to breaking the connection and interrupting service. All Fiber Identifiers operate on a 9-volt battery and include a 3 mm, 900 µm, ribbon adapter, manual, and carry case.

• Model Numbers:
FI710: Basic Optical Fiber Identifier FI720: Optical Fiber Identifier with relative power reading FI720C: High Power (CATV) Optical Fiber Identifier

• Fiber Identifier Accessories:
TD-30418 TD-30419 TD-30420 TD-34788 TD-30421 75 250 µm buffered fiber adapter 900 µm buffered fiber adapter 3 mm fiber adapter 2 mm adapter Replacement leather pouch for Fiber Identifier http://www.anritsu.com

OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS OPTICAL SPECTRUM ANALYZER

MS9710C
0.6 µm to 1.75 µm

GPIB

High Performance for DWDM Optical Communications

The MS9710C Optical Spectrum Analyzer is a diffraction-grating spectrum analyzer for analyzing optical spectra in the 600 nm to 1750 nm wavelength band. In addition to uses such as measurement of LD and LED spectra, it has functions for measuring the transmission characteristics of passive elements such as optical isolators, as well as NF/Gain of optical fiber amplifier systems. In addition to its basic features, the superior stability and reliability of the diffraction grating offer the severe level and wavelength specifications particularly in the WDM band. The MS9710C has the dynamic range, reception sensitivity, and sweep speed requested by users, backed by Anritsu’s high-level technology. The high sensitivity meets the exacting demands placed on today’s measuring instruments. In particular, the excellent wavelength and level specifications fully meet the dense WDM requirements (1520 nm to 1620 nm). The MS9710C is the successor to the popular MS9710B but with improved functions and higher performance. The specifications have been upgraded for the important 1.55 µm band for WDM communications and have also been optimised to include the new requirements for L-band (1570 nm to 1620 nm) use. In addition to the high reliability and excellent basic performance, this analyzer has a full range of application functions to support accurate measurement in the fastest possible time.

Distance from peak wavelength Normal dynamic range mode High dynamic range mode

0.2 nm 42 dB (45 dB typical) 42 dB (45 dB typical)

0.4 nm 58 dB 60 dB

1 nm 62 dB 70 dB

High-dynamic range measurement example with DFB-LD spectrum passed via narrow-band Band-Pass Filter (BPF).
DFB-LD Narrow-band BPF MS9710C

Features

• Wavelength accuracy of ±20 pm (C-band) and ±50 pm (L-band) • Dynamic range of 42 dB (0.2 nm from peak wavelength), 70 dB (1 nm from peak wavelength) • WDM measurement of wavelength, level, and SNR for up to 300
channels

• Relying on WDM Transmission

Performance and Applications

• 70 dB Dynamic Range

The dynamic range at 0.2 nm from the peak wavelength is better than 42 dB and is a high 58 dB min. at 0.4 nm from the peak, permitting high-accuracy measurement of DWDM systems with a 50 GHz (0.4 nm) channel spacing. The analyzer demonstrates its excellence in SNR measurement of WDM light sources, as well as in evaluation of narrow-band optical band pass filters.

As a result of the need for increased transmission capacity, R&D into large-capacity transmission techniques is becoming more active, and Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) is now in use. This WDM transmission technology requires quantitative measurement of the signal quality and wavelength transmission characteristics of each channel. Measuring instruments for this purpose require highly-accurate wavelength and level measurements. Furthermore, accurate measurement of fiber-amplifier NF requires extremely good polarization dependant loss characteristics and level linearity specifications. The MS9710C design achieves excellent wavelength and level specifications for this purpose in the 1520 nm to 1620 nm wavelength band and also in the extended band (L-band) to 1620 nm. In particular, the wavelength accuracy can be calibrated automatically using an optional internal reference wavelength light source; the post-calibration accuracy is better than ±20 pm. http://www.anritsu.com

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Specifications for WDM Application
Main frame, option Wavelength accuracy∗1 MS9710C ±20 pm (1530 nm to 1570 nm) ±50 pm (1520 nm to 1600 nm) With Option 15∗2 ±20 pm (1520 nm to 1620 nm)

Applications

• Spectrum Analysis for WDM Communication Systems

Wavelength 50 pm (FWHM of internal optical BPF) resolution Resolution accuracy Level flatness to wavelength Polarization dependency Level linearity ≤±3% (1530 nm to 1570 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm) ±0.1 dB (1530 nm to 1570 nm) ±0.3 dB (1520 nm to 1620 nm) Resolution: 0.5 nm, ATT: off ±0.05 dB (1550 nm/1600 nm) ±0.05 dB (1550 nm) ±0.05 dB (1550 nm/1600 nm) ≤±3% (1520 nm to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm) ±0.1 dB (1520 nm to 1620 nm)

The wavelength, level, and SNR of up to 300 WDM channels can be analyzed. A new noise level left/right average function (shown below) has been added to SNR measurement. In addition, the noise level is normalized to a per nm figure. Accurate SNR measurement can be achieved due to the high-resolution accuracy of the MS9710C.

–50 to 0 dBm (ATT: off), –30 to +20 dBm (ATT: on)

∗1: After calibration with optical reference wavelength light source ∗2: L-band enhancement

• Full Function Lineup

In addition to its excellent basic functions, the MS9710C comes with a full lineup of other useful functions summarized in the following table.
Device analysis Waveform analysis Application measurement Modulation, pulsed light measurement Markers Power monitor Vacuum wavelength display External interfaces For analyzing and evaluating waveforms of optical devices (DFB-LDs, FP-LDs, LEDs) For waveform analysis by RMS and threshold methods, SMSR, half-width evaluation, WDM waveform analysis EDFA NF and gain measurement, polarization mode dispersion measurement Max. frequency range (VBW) = 1 MHz Multimarkers: Marker function for max. 300 points Zone markers: For waveform analysis within zone Peak/dip search: Searches for a peak or dip Functions an optical power meter Converts displayed wavelength to value in vacuum GPIB, RS-232C, VGA monitor output

The measurement results described above can be switched to a table display that can be saved and recalled in text format. Both the wavelength and frequency are shown in the table.

In addition to saving and recalling measurement data, etc., waveforms saved to floppy disk can be easily and directly read by a personal computer. The PC screen shown on the right is displaying an image of the MS9710C screen saved to floppy disk. Screen images can be saved to FD media and output as Windows ® bitmap-format files. In addition, since the data can be output in text-file format, it can be manipulated easily using spreadsheet software.

• 3.5 inch Internal FDD

• NF Measurement of Fiber Amplifier (EDFA)

NF measurement by the optical method using an optical spectrum analyzer measures the light input to and output from the EDFA. NF is determined by the beat noise between the optical signal and the Amplified Spontaneous Emission (ASE) from the EDFA as well as by the beat noise between the ASE. Since the MS9710C measures the ASE level with very high accuracy, three methods can be used to measure NF: 1. Pulse measurement (JIS: under discussion), 2. Level calibration using fitting, and 3. Polarization nulling. Moreover, measurement can be performed with the required dynamic range, level linearity, and polarization dependency.

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OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Convenient Light Source Option, Including Reference
Wavelength Light Source for Better Accuracy Any one of the Wavelength reference & SLD light source (Option 13), SLD light source (Option 14), Wavelength reference light source (Option 05), and White light source (Option 02) can be installed in the MS9710C. The block diagram of the SLD light source & Reference wavelength light source option is shown below. This option has two separate output ports: Port 1 for wavelength calibration, and the Port 2 for measuring transmission characteristics. When the MS9710C is calibrated automatically by inputting the reference wavelength light source, post-calibration wavelength accuracy in the 1520 nm to 1620 nm range is better than ±20 pm (Option 15). This is very useful in precision absolute measurement of the wavelengths of light sources used in WDM systems.
MS9710C SM fiber Port 1 (reference wavelength light output) Port 2 (SLD light output)

The following diagram shows the spectrum of the SLD light source output from Port 2. When this light source is used instead of the earlier white light source for measurement of the wavelength transmission characteristics of optical receiver elements, it is possible to achieve a 20 dB wider dynamic range.

SLD light source

Acetylene (C2H2) cell

Spectrum of SLD light The following diagram is a measurement example of the transmission characteristics of an optical band pass filter using the SLD light source.

SM fiber

Block diagram of SLD light source & Reference wavelength light

Measurement of optical bandpass filter If this dynamic range is not required, a lower-cost white light source can be installed instead.

Specifications

• MS9710C Optical Spectrum Analyzer
Main frame, option Applicable optical fiber Optical connector∗1 Measurement range Accuracy Stability Linearity Resolution Wavelength Read resolution MS9710C 10 µm/125 µm SM fiber (ITU-T G.652) User replaceable (FC, SC, ST, DIN, HMS-10/A), factory option (E2000, FC-APC, SC-APC, HRL-10) 600 nm to 1750 nm ±20 pm (1530 nm to 1570 nm)∗2, ±50 pm (1520 nm to 1600 nm)∗2 ±5 pm ±20 pm (1530 nm to 1570 nm) 0.05, 0.07, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0 nm (RBW: 3 dB optical filter; transmission bandwidth) 5 pm ≤±2.2% (1530 nm to 1570 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm) ≤±3% (1530 nm to 1570 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm) ≤±7% (1530 nm to 1570 nm, resolution: 0.1 nm) ≤±4% (1520 nm to 1530 nm, 1570 nm to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm) ≤±5% (1520 nm to 1530 nm, 1570 nm to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm) ≤±10% (1520 nm to 1530 nm, 1570 nm to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.1 nm) ±20 pm (1520 nm to 1620 nm)∗2 With Option 15 (L-band enhancement)

±200 pm (1530 nm to 1570 nm)∗3, ±300 pm (600 nm to 1750 nm)∗3

Resolution∗4

≤±2.2% (1520 nm to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm) ≤±3% (1520 nm to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm) ≤±7% (1520 nm to 1620 nm, resolution: 0.1 nm)

≤±7% (600 nm to 1520 nm, 1620 nm to 1750 nm, resolution: 0.5 nm) ≤±15% (600 nm to 1520 nm, 1620 nm to 1750 nm, resolution: 0.2 nm) ≤±30% (600 nm to 1520 nm, 1620 nm to 1750 nm, resolution: 0.1 nm) Continued on next page

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optical ATT: off) –90 to +10 dBm (1250 nm to 1600 nm. optical ATT: off) –55 to +10 dBm (1700 nm to 1750 nm.05 dB (1550 nm. optical attenuator: off ∗6: Typical value for reference. VBW: 10 kHz. ±0.1 dB (1520 nm to 1620 nm.07 nm. 0˚ to +30˚C.5 nm. FDD: 20 to 80%) Shock: 30 G. optical ATT: off) –70 to +10 dBm (1600 nm to 1700 nm. optical ATT: off) ±0. optical ATT: on) ±0. optical ATT: off) ±0. no polarization fluctuation) ±0. sweep width: 500 nm. storage temperature: –20˚ to +60˚C.02 dB (1 min. resolution: 0. optical ATT: off) ±0.5 nm. sweep average: 10 times] ±0. +30˚ to +50˚C. 42 dB (0. +30˚ to +50˚C.5 s (normal dynamic mode. 0˚ to +30˚C ∗5: Setting resolution: 0. 58 dB (0. +30˚ to +50˚C. ≤16. VBW: 10 Hz. option MS9710C –65 to +10 dBm (600 nm to 1000 nm.1 dB (1530 nm to 1570 nm.) 320 (W) × 177 (H) × 350 (D) mm.05 dB (1550 nm.5 nm High-dynamic range mode (+20˚ to +30˚C): 70 dB (1 nm from peak wavelength). ∗2: After Wl cal (ref) at wavelength reference optical light source (Option 05/13). optical ATT: off) –60 to +10 dBm (600 nm to 1000 nm.5 nm.5 kg EN61326-1. –30 to +20 dBm. resolution: ≥0. 0˚ to +30˚C.05 dB (1550 nm/1600 nm. +30˚ to +50˚C. wavelength: 1550 nm.com . not guaranteed specification 79 http://www. optical ATT: on) With Option 15 (L-band enhancement) Measurement range Level Accuracy Stability Flatness Linearity Polarization dependency Dynamic range∗5 Optical return loss Sweep Display Memory Printer Interface Operating conditions Power supply Dimensions and Mass EMC LVD ∗Setting resolution: ≥0. 0. optical ATT: off) –75 to +10 dBm (1600 nm to 1700 nm. optical ATT: off) –50 to +10 dBm (1700 nm to 1750 nm.4 nm from peak wavelength). resolution: 0. input: –23 dBm. 0˚ to +30˚C. –30 to +20 dBm. optical ATT: on) –65 to +23 dBm (1100 nm to 1600 nm. resolution: ≥0. resolution: 0.5 inch FDD (for MS-DOS® format) Internal (thermal type) GPIB. optical ATT: off) ±0. Please specify when ordering. +30˚ to +50˚C.1 nm) ±0. 60 dB (0. –50 to 0 dBm. +30˚ to +50˚C.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Main frame.3 dB (1520 nm to 1620 nm.1 nm. 42 dB (0. 0˚ to +30˚C. 150 VA (max. center wavelength: 1200 nm.5 Hz to 63 Hz. 11 ms pulse. 47.05 to 0. optical ATT: off) –85 to +10 dBm (1000 nm to 1250 nm. optical ATT: on) [Resolution: ≥0.4 nm from peak wavelength). Relative humidity: ≤90% (no condensation. optical ATT: off) –70 to +23 dBm (1100 nm to 1600 nm.05 nm.4 dB (1300 nm/1550 nm. color TFT-LCD A/B (2 trace).1 dB (1300 nm) ±0. 0˚ to +30˚C. optical ATT: off) –80 to +10 dBm (1000 nm to 1250 nm.anritsu. sweep start to stop.05 dB (1550 nm/1600 nm.2 nm from peak wavelength) Normal mode (+20˚ to +30˚C): 62 dB (1 nm from peak wavelength). half sine 85 to 132 VAC/170 to 250 VAC. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 ∗1: One of these connector is attached. 3.2 nm ∗3: After Wl cal (Ext) at DFB-LD and soon external optical light source ∗4: Actual screen resolution. optical ATT: off) –85 to +10 dBm (1250 nm to 1600 nm.05 dB (1550 nm/1600 nm). no optical input. optical ATT: off) ±0. sampling point: 501) 6. –50 to 0 dBm. input: –23 dBm. RS-232C. 0˚ to +30˚C.2 nm from peak wavelength) ≥35 dB (1300 nm/1550 nm) Sweep width: 0.4 inch. resolution: 0.2 nm to 1200 nm Sweep speed (typical)∗6: 0. VGA output Operating temperature: 0˚ to +50˚C (FDD: +5˚ to +50˚C).

Sweep Speed. Exchangeable-type optical connectors (FC. One conversion cord is supplied for connecting other optical connectors to the FC connector. ∗2: Factory options. ST. ∗4: Factory option ∗5: User replaceable · Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. HMS-10/A) are supplied when specified at ordering.04 dB (MS9710C setting resolution: 1 nm. the FC connector (MS9710C-37) is supplied as standard.5 m: Printer Paper: MS9710C Operation Manual: Remote Control Operation Manual: LabVIEW® Driver (RS-232C): LabVIEW® Driver (GPIB): Front Cover: Options White Light Source∗2 Wavelength Reference Light Source∗2 Wavelength Reference & SLD Light Source∗2 SLD Light Source∗2 L-band Enhancement∗3 FC-APC Connector∗4 SC-APC Connector∗4 E2000 Connector∗4 EC (Radial) Connector∗4 FC Connector∗5 ST Connector∗5 DIN Connector∗5 SC Connector∗5 HMS-10/A Connector∗5 HRL-10 Connector∗4 Application parts RS-232C Cable (9P-9P) RS-232C Cable (9P-25P) GPIB Cable. HMS-10/A) 0˚ to +40˚C ∗1: Specify the connector to be supplied as the standard connector when ordering the above options.5 s 10 kHz 0. 1 m Replaceable Optical Connector (FC) Replaceable Optical Connector (ST) Replaceable Optical Connector (DIN) Replaceable Optical Connector (HMS-10/A) Replaceable Optical Connector (SC) FC-PC · FC-PC 2M-SM (FC-PC optical fiber cord. DIN. ST. name and quantity when ordering. to ensure stable operation. HMS-10/A) 0˚ to +40˚C 1530 nm band Acetylene ∗: Measured after one hour warm-up • SLD Light Source (Option 14) Wavelength range Output level Output level stability∗ Spectrum half width Optical connector Operating temperature 1450 nm to 1650 nm >–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm) >–60 dBm/nm (1450 nm to 1650 nm) ±0.5 s Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. ∗3: Specify the wavelength reference light source (Option 05 or Option 13). ST. 2. SM) Ferrule Cleaner Replacement Reel for Ferrule Cleaner (for Z0282) Cleaner for Optical Adapter (stick type) Tilt Stand 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 pc pc rolls copy copy pc pc pc ∗1: Data for reference (501 points no averaging. constant temperature. Two units cannot be installed simultaneously. SC. constant temperature. DIN. –90 dBm –80 dBm –70 dBm –60 dBm –50 dBm –40 dBm MS9710C Name Main frame Optical Spectrum Analyzer Standard accessories Optical Connector Adapter∗1: Power Cord. Minimum Light Reception Sensitivity∗1 VBW Sweep speed (typ) Minimum light reception sensitivity∗2 10 Hz 30 s 100 Hz 5s 1 kHz 0.5 s 100 kHz 0. SC. DIN. The above specifications were obtained 2 hours after power-on. SC. · LabVIEW® is a registered trademark of National Instruments. measured for 20 min at 1550 nm) >70 nm (typical: 90 nm) User replaceable type (FC.04 dB (MS9710C setting resolution: 1 nm. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. Model/Order No. If the connector is not specified. measured for 20 min at 1550 nm) >70 nm (typical: 90 nm) User replaceable type (FC. • Wavelength Reference Light Source (Option 05) Wavelength reference 1530 nm band Acetylene • Wavelength Reference & SLD Light Source (Option 13) Wavelength range Output level Output level stability∗ Spectrum half width Optical connector Operating temperature Wavelength reference 1450 nm to 1650 nm >–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm) >–60 dBm/nm (1450 nm to 1650 nm) ±0. Z0312 W1579AE W1580AE MX971003S MX971003G B0329G MS9710C-02 MS9710C-05 MS9710C-13 MS9710C-14 MS9710C-15 MS9710C-25 MS9710C-26 MS9710C-27 MS9710C-31 MS9710C-37 MS9710C-38 MS9710C-39 MS9710C-40 MS9710C-43 MS9710C-47 J0654A J0655A J0007 J0617B J0618D J0618E J0618F J0619B J0635B Z0282 Z0283 Z0284 B0330C • White Light Source (Option 02) Optical output Wavelength range Operating temperature ≥–59 dBm/1 nm (multimode fiber input)∗ 900 nm to 1600 nm +18˚ to +28˚C ∗: –65 dBm (typ) measured with MS9710C (at 1 nm wavelength resolution) which has single-mode fiber at the input. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. 2 m.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • VBW.com .anritsu. no polarization change. ∗: Measured after one hour warm-up 80 http://www.5 s 1 MHz 0. no polarization change. not guaranteed specifications) ∗2: RMS noise level (1250 nm to 1600 nm) Note: Warm-up the MS9710C for about 5 min.

• –90 dBm Guaranteed Optical Reception Sensitivity Features • 70 dB Dynamic Range • –90 dBm Guaranteed Optical Reception Sensitivity • Internal 3. • 70 dB Dynamic Range The measurement dynamic range of the MS9710B in the normal measurement mode at a wavelength 1 nm from the peak wavelength is 62 dB.) 81 http://www. as well as the NF/Gain of optical fiber systems. In addition to having a much wider dynamic range. In the high dynamic range measurement mode. In addition to the high reliability and excellent basic performance.6 µm to 1. it has functions for measuring the transmission characteristics of passive elements such as optical isolators. particularly in the 1. The high sensitivity meets the exacting demands placed on today’s measuring instruments. as well as in evaluation of narrow-band optical band pass filters. The RMS noise level at wavelengths from 1250 nm to 1600 nm is –90 dBm max. and sweep speed requested by users. backed by Anritsu’s high-level technology. the excellent wavelength and level specifications fully meet the dense WDM requirements in the 1.anritsu.55 µm band. The analyzer demonstrates its excellence in SMSR measurement of DFB-LDs. The MS9710B has the dynamic range.55 µm DFB-LD optical source of –85 dBm. In addition.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS OPTICAL SPECTRUM ANALYZER MS9710B 0. In addition to uses such as measurement of LD and LED spectra. The screen display below is the waveform obtained when measuring a 1.75 µm GPIB For Evaluating LED/LD Spectra and Transmission Characteristics of Passive Elements The MS9710B Optical Spectrum Analyzer is a diffraction-grating spectrum analyzer for analyzing optical spectra in the 600 nm to 1750 nm wavelength band.55 µm band. the S/N can be improved using sweep averaging. the superior stability and reliability of the diffraction grating easily pass the severe specifications required for precise measurement of WDM communications methods. 50% lighter) eliminates the large cumbersome image of earlier analyzers by perfectly combining portability with high performance. reception sensitivity. In particular. only 25 seconds are required for the measurement. better than 70 dB can be achieved. its compact portability (approx. (See top screen in adjoining column. this analyzer has a full range of application functions to support accurate measurement in the fastest possible time.5 inch FDD (Windows®) • Optical Pulse Measurement • Full Range of WDM Application Functions Performance and Functions The MS9710B has achieved an improved S/N over a wide range by taking thorough countermeasures to noise and stray light.com . In addition to its basic features.

Level calibration using fitting. 82 http://www.anritsu. accurate measurement of fiber-amplifier NF requires extremely good polarized light dependency and level linearity specifications. half-width evaluation.com . NF measurement by the optical method using an optical spectrum analyzer measures the light input and output to and from the EDFA.53 µm to 1. SMSR. level linearity. Polarized light nulling. The MS9710B permits extremely quick and simple waveform analysis of up to 300 spectra. three methods can be used to measure NF: 1. NF is determined by the beat noise between the optical signal and the amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) as well as by the beat noise between the ASE (see below). In particular.55 µm Transmission Band As a result of the need for increased transmission capacity. The screen display below shows an example of the tilt gain. Moreover. • NF Measurement of Fiber Amplifier (EDFA) Applications • Spectrum Analysis for WDM Communication System The wavelength characteristics for the gain. the wavelength accuracy can be calibrated automatically using an optional internal reference wavelength light source — the post-calibration accuracy is better than ±0. RS-232C An important factor determining the upper limit of the transmission bit rate is the polarization mode dispersion (PMD). The MS9710B design has achieved excellent wavelength and level specifications for this purpose in the 1. The wavelength difference (λ2 – λ1) between the peak wavelength (λ 1) and the wavelength at the Nth peak (λ 2) are read directly. In evaluation. and the PMD is calculated from the following equation: PMD = K N – 1 λ1 · λ2 × C ∆λ • Polarization Mode Dispersion where: K is the mode coupling factor and C is the speed of light (m/s). • Relying on 1. LEDs) For waveform analysis by RMS and threshold methods. 2. WDM waveform analysis EDFA NF and gain measurement.) Zone markers: For waveform analysis within zone Peak/dip search: Searches for a peak or dip Also functions an optical power meter Converts displayed wavelength to value in vacuum GPIB. and polarization dependency. pulsed light measurement Markers Power monitor Vacuum wavelength display External interfaces In addition to its excellent basic functions. Furthermore. Measuring instruments for this purpose require more accurate wavelength and level measurement. This WDM transmission technology requires quantitative measurement of the wavelength transmission characteristics between each channel. PMD measurement (See applications.) Max. The MS9710B can be used as a fixed analyzer to perform simple and automated measurement in the wavelength domain and immediately computes the PMD by data processing from the measured waveform. Since the MS9710B measures the ASE level with very high accuracy. Evaluation of WDM systems requires measurement without repeated calibration at each measurement and the MS9710B achieves high-accuracy measurement with high repeatability. it is very important to measure this quantitatively.57 µm wavelength band. measurement can be performed with the required dynamic range. and 3. PMD is measured in the time and wavelength domains (see below). 128 points (See applications. frequency range (VBW) = 1 MHz Multimarkers: Marker function for max. The waveform and level (SNR) of each peak exceeding the set threshold is displayed. R&D into large-capacity transmission techniques is becoming more active and wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) is ready to use.05 nm. and signal to noise ratio (SNR) between each channel are difficult problems in WDM transmission technology.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Full Function Lineup Device analysis Waveform analysis Application measurement Modulation. FP-LDs. For analyzing and evaluating waveforms of optical devices (DFB-LDs. Pulse measurement (JIS Method: under discussing). the MS9710B comes with a full lineup of other useful functions summarized in the following table.

1 nm. ST. sweep averaging: 10 times) –85 to +10 dBm (1000 nm to 1250 nm. the VBW must be set to a wider bandwidth than the modulation frequency of the measured light (see below). The waveform in the diagram on the right shows measurement of an optical pulse (OTDR’s light source) with a pulse width of 1 µs and a duty cycle of 1%. an optical source that does not have a sync signal can be measured in the same manner by setting an appropriate gate time. after wavelength calibration) ±0. no polarization shift) Linearity: ±0. the data can be held by this sync signal. 1 nm Resolution accuracy∗2: ±≤2. VBW: 10 Hz. Spectrum of SLD light source Specifications Fiber • MS9710B Optical Spectrum Analyzer 10 µm/125 µm SM fiber (ITU-T G. post-calibration wavelength accuracy in the 1. ±≤7% (resolution: 0. and White light source (Option 02) can each be installed in the MS9710B. This option has two separate output ports: Port 1 for wavelength calibration and Port 2 for measuring transmission characteristics.07. +10 to +30˚C.1. However. As a result. ±≤30% (resolution: 0. FC-APC.1 nm (1530 nm to 1570 nm. at other wavelength) Measurement range: –65 to +10 dBm (600 nm to 1000 nm.5 nm to 1 nm. after calibration with wavelength reference light source option) Stability: ±5 pm (smoothing: 11 points.05 nm (1530 nm to 1570 nm. When the MS9710B is calibrated automatically by inputting the reference light for the wavelength. MS9710B SLD light source Acetylene (C2H2) cell SM fiber Port 1 (reference wavelength light output) Port 2 (SLD light output) • Measurement of Modulated and Pulsed Light The synchronization signal for the measured modulated/pulsed light is input to the external input trigger on the rear panel. +10 to +30˚C. attenuator: on) Accuracy: ±0.1 nm. ±≤3% (resolution: 0. The maximum settable VBW in the MS9710B is 1 MHz.02 dB (1550 nm.1 nm) Stability: ±0. HMS-10/A Factory option (not user replaceable): E-2000. 1550 nm ±20 nm). –23 dBm.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Convenient Light Source Option (reference wavelength or white light) for better accuracy The Wavelength reference & SLD light source (Option 13). SLD light source (Option 14).1 nm.52 µm to 1.1 dB (1530 nm to 1570 nm) Continued on next page Optical connector∗1 Wavelength Level 83 http://www.2. sweep averaging: 10 times) –75 to +10 dBm (1600 nm to 1700 nm. sweep averaging: 10 times) –65 to +20 dBm (1100 nm to 1600 nm.5 nm. When this light source is used instead of the earlier white light source for measurement of the wavelength transmission characteristics of optical receiver elements. With this analyzer. at other wavelength). The block diagram of the SLD light source and reference wavelength light source option is shown below. resolution: 0. at half-width center wavelength) Linearity: ±20 pm (1530 nm to 1570 nm) Resolution: 0. +10 to +30˚C. received light sensitivity and sweep time. 0. 1 minute. for accurate spectrum measurement. 1550 nm ±20 nm). DIN. after calibration with wavelength reference light source option) ±0. sweep averaging: 10 times) –90 to +10 dBm (1250 nm to 1600 nm.) SM fiber Block diagram of SLD light source & Reference wavelength light The following diagram shows the spectrum of the SLD light output from Port 2.2 nm (1530 nm to 1570 nm. 0.4 dB (1300 nm/1550 nm. SC. VBW: 10 Hz. VBW: 10 Hz.2% (resolution: 0. resolution: ≥0. Wavelength reference light source (Option 05).652) User replaceable: FC. +10 to +30˚C.com . constant temperature. +10 to +30˚C. the spectrum of the modulated or pulsed light can be measured accurately without data loss.3 nm (600 nm to 1750 nm.05 dB (1550 nm.57 µm range is better than ±0. after wavelength calibration) ±0.anritsu. at other wavelength). This is very useful in precision absolute measurement of the wavelengths of light sources used in WDM systems.5 nm. HRL-10 Range: 600 nm to 1750 nm Accuracy: ±0. VBW: 10 Hz.2 nm. 0. EC (Radial). (Refer to the specifications page for the relationship between VBW.2 nm. SC-APC. 1 minute.07 nm to 0. VBW: 10 Hz. sweep averaging: 10 times) –55 to +10 dBm (1700 nm to 1750 nm.05 nm.2 nm. ±≤7% (resolution: 0.5. In addition. resolution: 0. 1550 nm ±20 nm). ±≤15% (resolution: 0. –23 dBm. it is possible to achieve a 20 dB wider dynamic range. resolution: ≥0. 0 to –50 dBm) Flatness: ±0.

SC. ST.55 µm band.5 s 10 kHz 0. ST.3 µm/1. • Wavelength Reference & SLD Light Source (Option 13) Wavelength range Output level Output level stability∗ Spectrum half width Optical connector Operating temperature Wavelength reference 1450 nm to 1650 nm >–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm) >–60 dBm/nm (1450 nm to 1650 nm) ±0.55 µm band) Sweep width: 0.05 dB (1.1 dB (1. measured for 20 min at 1550 nm) >70 nm (typical: 90 nm) User replaceable type (FC. Please specify when ordering. 47. –90 dBm –80 dBm –70 dBm –60 dBm –50 dBm –40 dBm • Wavelength Reference Light Source (Option 05) Wavelength reference 1530 µm band Acetylene ∗1: Data for reference. HMS-10/A) 0˚ to +40˚C 1530 nm band Acetylene ∗: Measured after one hour warm-up • SLD Light Source (Option 14) Wavelength range Output level Output level stability∗ Spectrum half width Optical connector Operating temperature 1450 nm to 1650 nm >–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm) >–60 dBm/nm (1450 nm to 1650 nm) ±0.) 320 (W) × 177 (H) × 350 (D) mm. ≤16. 150 VA (max.5 inch FDD (for Windows®) Internal (thermal type) GPIB.55 µm band.5 nm. no polarization change. normal mode measurement) ≥35 dB (1.3 µm band. power monitor. constant temperature. B (2 traces). +20˚ to +30˚C) (±1 nm. constant temperature.5 nm. normal mode measurement) (±0. The above specifications were obtained 2 hours after power-on. 0. +20˚ to +30˚C) (±0. resolution: 0. measured for 20 min at 1550 nm) >70 nm (typical: 90 nm) User replaceable type (FC. DIN.07 nm. Sweep Speed. no polarization change. resolution: ≥0.55 µm band. high-dynamic range mode measurement. SC.04 dB (MS9710B setting resolution: 1 nm.07 nm.5 Hz to 63 Hz.25 µm to 1.07 nm. 1. Relative humidity: ≤90% (no condensation) 85 to 132 VAC/170 to 250 VAC.anritsu.55 µm band. resolution: ≥0. DIN.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Polarization dependency Dynamic range Optical return loss Sweep Display Memory Printer Interface Main functions Operating conditions Power supply Dimensions and Mass EMC LVD ±0.4 inch color TFT-LCD A.5 nm).5 s 100 kHz 0. Minimum Light Reception Sensitivity∗1 VBW Sweep speed (typ) Minimum light reception sensitivity∗2 10 Hz 30 s 100 Hz 5s 1 kHz 0. ∗2: Actual screen resolution ∗3: Typical value for reference. resolution: 0. normal mode measurement.com . RS-232C Optical pulse measurement. resolution: 0. not guaranteed specifications ∗2: RMS noise level (1.5 s 1 MHz 0. not guaranteed specification • White Light Source (Option 02) Optical output Wavelength range Operating temperature ≥–59 dBm/1 nm (multimode fiber input)∗ 900 nm to 1600 nm +18˚ to +28˚C • VBW. VBW: 10 kHz) 6.5 kg EN61326-1. 3.5 nm) 70 60 62 58 dB dB dB dB (±1 nm.07 nm. wavelength auto-calibration Operating temperature: 0˚ to +50˚C (FDD: +5˚ to +50˚C). EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 ∗1: One of these connector is attached.04 dB (MS9710B setting resolution: 1 nm.55 µm band.2 nm to 1200 nm Sweep speed∗3 (typical): 0.5 s (sweep width: 500 nm.5 s ∗: –65 dBm (typ) measured with MS9710B (at 1 nm wavelength resolution) which has single-mode fiber at the input. 1. ±0. resolution: 0. HMS-10/A) 0˚ to +40˚C ∗: Measured after one hour warm-up 84 http://www. 1.6 µm) Note: Warm-up to the MS9710B for about 5 minutes to ensure stable operation. 1. storage temperature: –20˚ to +60˚C. high-dynamic range mode measurement.

2. 3. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. table display) Wavelength Reference & SLD Light Source∗2 SLD Light Source∗2 FC-APC Connector∗3 SC-APC Connector∗3 E2000 Connector∗3 EC (Radial) Connector∗3 FC Connector∗4 ST Connector∗4 DIN Connector∗4 SC Connector∗4 HMS-10/A Connector∗4 HRL-10 Connector∗3 Application parts RS-232C Cable (9P-9P) RS-232C Cable (9P-25P) GPIB Cable. If the connector is not specified. DIN. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. One conversion cord is supplied for connecting other optical connectors to the FC connector. SC. SM) Ferrule Cleaner Replacement Reel for Ferrule Cleaner (for Z0282) Cleaner for Optical Adapter (stick type) Tilt Stand ∗1: Specify the connector to be supplied as the standard connector when ordering the above options. Model/Order No. Two units cannot be installed simultaneously. 2 m.anritsu. 85 http://www.5 m: Fuse. MS9710B Name Main frame Optical Spectrum Analyzer Standard accessories Optical Connector Adapter∗1: Power Cord. ∗2: Factory options.com . ST. · LabVIEW® is a registered trademark of National Instruments. 1 m Replaceable Optical Connector (FC) Replaceable Optical Connector (ST) Replaceable Optical Connector (DIN) Replaceable Optical Connector (HMS-10/A) Replaceable Optical Connector (SC) FC-PC · FC-PC 2M-SM (FC-PC optical fiber cord. Exchangeable-type optical connectors (FC. name and quantity when ordering. the FC connector (MS9710B-37) is supplied as standard. ∗3: Factory option ∗4: User replaceable · Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.15 A (for 100/200 Vac system): Printer Paper: MS9710B Operation Manual: Remote Control Operation Manual: LabVIEW® Driver (RS-232C): LabVIEW® Driver (GPIB): Front Cover: 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 pc pc pcs rolls copy copy pc pc pc F0012 Z0312 W1283AE W1284AE MX971003S MX971003G B0329G MS9710B-02 MS9710B-05 MS9710B-06 MS9710B-10 MS9710B-13 MS9710B-14 MS9710B-25 MS9710B-26 MS9710B-27 MS9710B-31 MS9710B-37 MS9710B-38 MS9710B-39 MS9710B-40 MS9710B-43 MS9710B-47 J0654A J0655A J0007 J0617B J0618D J0618E J0618F J0619B J0635B Z0282 Z0283 Z0284 B0330C Options White Light Source∗2 Wavelength Reference Light Source∗2 Monitor Output Functional Addition (Frequency display. HMS-10/A) are supplied when specified at ordering.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.

5 nm from peak 60 dB 58 dB 86 http://www. The analyzer demonstrates its excellence in SMSR measurement of DFB-LDs. Its high sensitivity meets the exacting demands placed on today's measuring instruments. Its input section has been redesigned to support fibers with core diameters of 50 µm/62.6 µm to 1. particularly in the 1. which is backed by Anritsu's high-level technology. has the dynamic range. the S/N can be improved using sweep averaging. The screen display below shows the waveform after 10 averagings. the S/N is improved by more than 5 dB. etc. the excellent wavelength and level specifications fully meet the dense WDM requirements in the 1. the superior stability and reliability of the diffractiongrating capability easily passes the severe specifications required for the precise measurement of WDM communications methods. High-dynamic range measurement example with DFB-LD spectrum passed via narrow-band BPF. as well as the NF/Gain of optical fiber amplifier systems.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS OPTICAL SPECTRUM ANALYZER MS9780A 0. The RMS noise level at wavelengths from 1250 nm to 1600 nm is –90 dBm max. the input section of the MS9780A can be used to measure the spectra of LDs and LEDs.5 µm. it has functions for measuring the transmission characteristics of passive elements such as optical isolators. 50. • 70 dB Dynamic Range The measurement dynamic range of the MS9780A in the normal measurement mode at a wavelength 1 nm from the-peak wavelength is 62 dB. as well as in evaluation of narrowband optical band pass filters. In addition to its basic features. this analyzer has a full range of application functions to support accurate measurement in the fastest possible time. and 62.com . better than 70 dB can be achieved. reception sensitivity and sweep speed requested by users. Measurement mode High dynamic range Normal Dynamic range (at SM fiber) 1 nm from peak 70 dB 62 dB 0. In particular.anritsu.55 µm band.5 µm The MS9780A Optical Spectrum Analyzer is a diffraction-grating spectrum analyzer for analyzing optical spectra in the 600 nm to 1750 nm wavelength band. In addition.75 µm GPIB For Fibers with Core Diameters of 10. The MS9780A. In addition to uses such as measurement of LD and LED spectra. DFB-LD Narrow-band BPF MS9780A Features • 70 dB Dynamic Range • –90 dBm Guaranteed Optical Reception Sensitivity • Optical Pulse Measurement • Full Range of WDM Application Functions • Tracking with Tunable Laser Source Applications • –90 dBm Guaranteed Optical Reception Sensitivity The MS9780A has achieved an improved S/N over a wide range by taking thorough countermeasures to noise and stray light.55 µm band. In addition to the high reliability and excellent basic performance. In the high-dynamic range measurement mode.

Measurement of optical band pass filter If this dynamic range is not required. In evaluation. half-width evaluation.52 µm to 1. This is very useful in precision absolute measurement of the wavelengths of light-sources used in WDM systems. it is very important to measure this quantitatively. Applications • Spectrum Analysis for WDM Communication Systems Difficult problems in WDM transmission technology are the wavelength characteristics for the gain. SLD light source (Option 14). wavelength reference light source (Option 05).anritsu. and Port 2 for measuring transmission characteristics.) Multimarkers: Marker function for max.57 µm-range is better than ± 0. transmission characteristics can be measured in wide range of 900 nm to 1750 nm. it is possible to achieve a 20 dB wider dynamic range.com . MS9780A SM fiber Port 1 (reference wavelength light output) Port 2 (SLD light output) Markers Power monitor Vacuum wavelength display External interfaces SLD light source Acetylene (C2H2) cell SM fiber Block diagram of SLD light source & Reference wavelength light The following diagram shows the spectrum of the SLD light output from Port 2. FP-LDs. The waveform and level (SNR) of each peak exceeding the set threshold is displayed. and signal to noise ratio (SNR) between each channel. This option has two separate output ports: Port 1 for wavelength calibration.05 nm. PMD measurement (See applications. RS-232C • Convenient Light Source Option (refer wavelength light) for Better Accuracy Any one of the wavelength reference & SLD light source (Option 13). a lower-cost white light source can be installed instead. For analyzing and evaluating waveforms of optical devices (DFB-LDs. Spectrum of white light source 87 http://www. and white light source (Option 02) can be installed in the MS9780A. the MS9780A comes with a full lineup of other useful functions summarized in the following table.) Max. LEDs) For waveform analysis by RMS and threshold methods. 128 points (See applications. The MS9780A permits extremely quick and simple waveform analysis of up to 128 spectra. When this light is used. WDM waveform analysis EDFA NF and gain measurement. pulsed light measurement In addition to its excellent basic functions. The block diagram of the wavelength reference & SLD light source option is shown below. frequency range (VBW) = 1 MHz (See applications. When this light source is used instead of the earlier white light source for measurement of the wavelength transmission characteristics of optical receiver elements.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Full Function Lineup Device analysis Waveform analysis Application measurement Modulation. The screen display below shows an example of the tilt gain. When the MS9780A is calibrated automatically by inputting the reference light for the wavelength. The following figure shows the spectrum of the white light source.) Zone markers: For waveform analysis in zone specified zone Peak/dip search: Searches for a peak or dip Also functions an optical power meter Converts displayed wavelength to value in vacuum GPIB. The following figure shows an example of measuring the transmission characteristics of optical band pass filter using the SLD light. SMSR. post-calibration wavelength accuracy in the 1.

constant temperature.5 nm) ∗1550 nm. +10˚ to +30˚C) Measurement range (attenuator: on. 1 minute) Linearity∗2: ±0. after calibration with wavelength reference light source option)∗2 ±0.15 dB (1300 nm/1500 nm.5 nm/1. wavelength auto-calibration Operating temperature: 0˚ to +50˚C (FDD: +5˚ to +50˚C).3 nm (600 nm to 1750 nm.07 nm Wide dynamic range mode: 70 dB (±1 nm).07 nm.07 nm to 0.07∗2.1 dB (1550 nm.2 for a core diameter of 50 µm/125 µm and 0.5 nm) ∗1550 nm.5 s –90 dBm –80 dBm –70 dBm –60 dBm –50 dBm –40 dBm ∗: Measured after one hour warm-up ∗1: Data for reference. GI (50 µm/125 µm)∗1.0 nm. 0.5 s 100 kHz 0. 0. –85 to +10 dBm (1000 nm to 1250 nm). 0. 0. resolution: 0. normal mode measurement. not guaranteed specification • White Light Source (Option 02) Optical output Wavelength range Operating temperature ≥–59 dBm/1 nm (typical value: –55 dBm/1 nm) 900 nm to 1600 nm +18˚ to +28˚C • SLD Light Source (Option 14) Wavelength range Output level Output level stability∗ Spectrum half width Optical connector 1450 nm to 1650 nm >–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm) >–60 dBm/nm (1450 nm to 1650 nm) ±0.5 Hz to 63 Hz.04 dB (MS9780A setting resolution: 1 nm. no polarization change.275 for 62. resolution: 0.1. 60 dB (±0. ∗1: The NA of GI fiber is 0. 0˚ to +30˚C)∗4: –65 to +10 dBm (600 nm to 1000 nm). HMS-10/A) 0˚ to +40˚C 1530 nm band Acetylene Operating temperature ∗: Measured after one hour warm-up • VBW.5 kg EN61326-1.1 due to the spectroscope ∗2: Connects to SM fiber (10 µm/125 µm) ∗3: Effective resolution value ∗4: VBW: 10 Hz.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications Fiber • MS9780A Optical Spectrum Analyzer SM (9. no polarization change. DIN.2. resolution: 0. DIN.6 dB (1300 nm/1500 nm. B (2 trace). SC.25 µm to 1. HMS-10/A) 0˚ to +40˚C • Wavelength Reference Light Source (Option 05) Wavelength reference 1.53 µm band Acetylene • Wavelength Reference & SLD Light Source (Option 13) Wavelength range Output level Output level stability∗ Spectrum half width Optical connector Operating temperature Wavelength reference 1450 nm to 1650 nm >–40 dBm/nm (1550 nm ±10 nm) >–60 dBm/nm (1450 nm to 1650 nm) ±0. after wavelength calibration with external light source) ±0. –55 to +10 dBm (1700 nm to 1750 nm.2 nm to 1200 nm Sweep speed (typical∗5): 0. SC. VBW: 10 kHz) 6. measured for 20 min at 1550 nm) >70 nm (typical: 90 nm) User replaceable type (FC. resolution: ≥0.2 nm). –23 dBm. 1. However. the permissible NA is 0. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Wavelength Resolution Level Sweep Display Memory Printer Interface Main functions Operating conditions Power supply Dimensions and Mass EMC LVD limitations.5 nm) Measurement range (attenuator: off.5 s 10 kHz 0.4 inch color TFT-LCD A. after calibration with wavelength reference light source option)∗2 Stability: ±5 pm (1 minute) Setting: 0.5 nm) Dynamic range∗2 Normal mode: 62 dB (±1 nm).6 µm) Note: Warm-up to the MS9780A for about 5 minutes to ensure stable operation.5 µm/125 µm. 25˚ ±5˚C Return loss∗2: 32 dB (1300 nm/1550 nm) Sweep width: 0. measured for 20 min at 1550 nm) >70 nm (typical: 90 nm) User replaceable type (FC. Storage temperature: –20˚ to +60˚C Relative humidity: ≤90% (no condensation) 85 to 132 VAC/170 to 250 VAC. resolution: 0. 47. ±7% (1300 nm/1550 nm. 3. RS-232C Optical pulse measurement. –75 to +10 dBm (1600 nm to 1700 nm). –50 to 0 dBm) Polarization dependency∗2: ±0.1 dB (1550 nm.5 s 1 MHz 0. resolution: 0.) 320 (W) × 177 (H) × 350 (D) mm.5.5 inch FDD (for Windows®) Internal (thermal type) GPIB. constant temperature. resolution: 0. sweep average: 10 times ∗5: Typical value for reference.5 µm/125 µm)∗1 Range: 600 nm to 1750 nm Sweep width: 0.05 nm (1550 nm ±20 nm. ST.2 nm) Stability∗2: ±0.5 s (sweep width: 500 nm.2 nm to 1200 nm Accuracy: ±0. power monitor. The above specifications were obtained 2 hours after power-on.∗3: ±30% (1300 nm/1550 nm. ±15% (1300 nm/1550 nm.1 nm (1550 nm ±20 nm.1 nm).2 nm. 0˚ to +30˚C): –65 to +20 dBm (1100 nm to 1650 nm) Accuracy∗2: ±0.04 dB (MS9780A setting resolution: 1 nm. 58 dB (±0. 88 http://www. ≤16.0 nm Accuracy∗2. not guaranteed specifications ∗2: RMS noise level (1. resolution: ≥0. GI (62.com .2 nm. resolution: ≥0. Minimum Light Reception Sensitivity∗1 VBW Sweep speed (typ) Minimum light reception sensitivity∗2 10 Hz 30 s 100 Hz 5s 1 kHz 0. ST. Sweep Speed. –90 to +10 dBm (1250 nm to 1600 nm). resolution: 0. –23 dBm. 150 VA (max.anritsu. 0.5 µm/125 µm).

2 m Optical Fiber Cord with Lens Attached to End (200 µm core diameter). the FC connector (MS9780A-37) is supplied as standard. HMS-10/A) are supplied when specified at ordering. · LabVIEW® is a registered trademark of National Instruments. If the connector is not specified. ∗2: Factory options. Exchangeable-type optical connectors (FC. 2 m Ferrule Cleaner (Cletop A type. name and quantity when ordering. SC.5 m: Fuse. Two units cannot be installed simultaneously. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. ST. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. 89 http://www. 1 pc) Tape for Ferrule Cleaner (6 pcs/set) Cleaner for Optical Adapter (stick-type. MS9780A Name Main frame Optical Spectrum Analyzer Standard accessories Optical Connector Adapter∗1: Power Cord. One conversion cord is supplied for connecting other optical connectors to the FC connector.15 A (for 100 Vac system): Printer Paper: MS9780A Operation Manual: Remote Control Operation Manual: LabVIEW® Driver (RS-232C): LabVIEW® Driver (GPIB): Front Cover: Options White Light Source∗2 Wavelength Reference Light Source∗2 Monitor Output (VGA output)∗3 Wavelength Reference & SLD Light Source∗2 SLD Light Source∗2 E2000 Connector∗3 FC Connector∗4 ST Connector∗4 DIN Connector∗4 SC Connector∗4 HMS-10/A Connector∗4 Application parts RS-232C Cable (9P-9P) RS-232C Cable (9P-25P) GPIB Cable. 2. Model/Order No.anritsu.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. 1 m Replaceable Optical Connector (FC) Replaceable Optical Connector (ST) Replaceable Optical Connector (DIN) Replaceable Optical Connector (HMS-10/A) Replaceable Optical Connector (SC) FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-GI (50/125 µm) FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-GI (62.com . 3. 200 pcs/set) Tilt Stand 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 pc pc pcs rolls copy copy pc pc pc F0012 Z0312 W1477AE W1478AE MX978001S MX978001G B0329G MS9780A-02 MS9780A-05 MS9780A-06 MS9780A-13 MS9780A-14 MS9780A-27 MS9780A-37 MS9780A-38 MS9780A-39 MS9780A-40 MS9780A-43 J0654A J0655A J0007 J0617B J0618D J0618E J0618F J0619B J0893B J0894B J0203 J0204 Z0282 Z0283 Z0284 B0330C ∗1: Specify the connector to be supplied as the standard connector when ordering the above options.5/125 µm) Optical Fiber Cord with Lens Attached to End (50 µm core diameter). ∗3: Factory option ∗4: User replaceable · Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. DIN.

5 mm to 1. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. This handheld.5 mm ferrule connectors (FC. and one which includes an adapter that allows use with 1.5 mm and 1. E2000. Diameter: 12 mm. Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.anritsu. visible laser source emits a bright beam of red light into a fiber. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. Key Features and Benefits • Both CW and pulsed mode are available • Lightweight (<60 g) • 40 hours continuous operation • Cost effective solution Optical Specifications Emitter Type Wavelength (nm) CW output power Modulation modes Range Power Fiber type Temperature range Dimensions Laser Diode 635 nm >–3 dBm (500 µW) into a single mode or multi mode fiber CW or Pulsed (2 Hz to 3 Hz) >5 km Two AAA alkaline batteries Multimode or Single-mode –10˚ to +50˚C Length: 168 mm. A Visual Fault Locator is a “red” light that allows users visually see the light in the fiber. MU).5 mm connectors VFL-650-UNI: VFL adaptable to all 2.25 mm ferrule connectors as well (LC. name and quantity when ordering. DIN). Two versions are available: one with a universal port for 2. ST. allowing you to see a break as a glowing or blinking red light.25 mm adapter (only) 90 http://www.OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS VISUAL FAULT LOCATOR VFL650 Compact and Cost-Effective Design Now you can easily isolate high losses and faults in optical fiber cable with the VFL650 Visual Fault Locator.com . Weight: <60 g • Model Number: VFL-650-250: VFL compatible with all 2. This is a useful tool to aid in fiber identification and troubleshooting for macro bends and near end fiber breaks. SC.25 mm connectors VFL-650-ADPT: VFL 2.

OPTICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS BARE FIBER ADAPTER FiberConnect Coupling Unterminated Fiber or Optical Components to Test Equipment The FiberConnect is the ultimate time saving solution for coupling unterminated fiber or optical components to test equipment. By allowing the user to perform optical measurements without terminating.com . LC. E2000.375 inches) 240 × 80 × 200 mm (9. DIN 90 g (3.5 µm/125 µm X = 3: Multimode 50 µm/125 µm XXX=Connector and polish UFC = Ultra FC USC = Ultra SC UST = Ultra ST AFC = Angled FC (single mode only) ASC = Angled SC (single mode only) Package Includes • FiberConnect • Maintenance kit • Magnetic stand • Manual • Cleaning brush • Carrying case • Index matching oil • Spare pigtail • 90 days warranty General Specifications Operating temperature Storage temperature Connector types Weight (with cable) Unit size (W × H × D) Case size (W × H × D) –10˚ to +50˚C (14˚ to 122˚F) –40˚ to +60˚C (–40˚ to 140˚F) FC.2 oz) 35 × 32 × 35 mm (with suction cup) (1. D4. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. name and quantity when ordering.5 × 8 inches) 91 http://www. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. The low loss and highly repeatable connection made using the FiberConnect is similar to that of connectorized fiber.5 × 3.375 × 1.) 2000 min. which requires additional equipment and procedures.25 × 1. Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.5 µm/125 µm or 50 µm/125 µm 1m <0. ST. Optical Specifications Fiber type Single-mode Multimode Pigtail length Insertion loss Number of insertions Back reflectance 9 µm/125 µm 62.6 dB (typ. test time can be significantly reduced over 50% compared to other methods. SC.anritsu. <–50 dB FiberConnect-X-XXX X = 1: Single-mode 9 µm/125 µm X = 2: Multimode 62.

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Device Test GbE. SONET/SDH Optical Module.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS Selection Guide Model Application 10 Gbit/s Optical Module. Device Test 10GE-PON Upstream Test 20 Gbit/s High Speed Interconnect Test 40 Gbit/s DQPSK Optical Module Test 100 GbE Module Test 40 Gbit/s Optical Module Test Eye Pattern Analysis and Mask Compliance Testing MP1800A Signal Quality Analyzer √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ MT1810A 4-Slot Chassis √ √ MP1821A 50G/56 Gbit/s MUX MP1822A 50G/56 Gbit/s DEMUX MP1026B Eye Pattern Analyzer √ √ 93 http://www.anritsu.com .

5 Vp-p)] MU181020A-012 High Performance Data Output (0.8 Vp-p)] MU181020A-011 Variable Data Output [Data Output (0.1 to 12.5 Gbit/s (Built-in Clock) MU181020A-002 0.5 Gbit/s (Clock Recovery included) MU181040A-002 0.8 to 12.5 GHz 4port Synthesizer MU181000A/B-001 Jitter Modulation MU181800A 12.0 Vp-p) Pulse Pattern Generator (PPG) MU181020A-030 Variable Data Delay <Parallel Syncing> MU181020A-010 Variable Data Output [Data Output (0.8 to 12.anritsu.5 GHz Synthesizer Clock Generator MU181000B 12.1 to 12.5 Gbit/s MU181040A-020 Clock Recovery MU181040A-030 Variable Clock Delay Optical Interface MU181600A Optical Transceiver (XFP) MU181601A Optical Transceiver (SFP) √ √ √×4 √ √ √ √ √ √ √×4 √ √ √ √ √×4 √ √ √×2 √×3 √×4 √×2 √×2 √ √ √×3 √ √×4 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ 10 Gbit/s Optical Module 10 Gbit/s EA.com .25 to 2.5 Vp-p)] MU181040A 12.5 Gbit/s ED MU181040A-001 9. EML Module PON OLT Upstream √ 4ch PPG (w/o Clock) √ 4ch ED Electrical Device √ √ √×3 √×4 √ √×3 √×4 Error Detector (ED) 94 http://www.5 Gbit/s (MU181000A or external clock source is required) MU181020A-021 Differential Clock Output (0.1 to 2.0 Vp-p) MU181020A-013 Variable Data Output [Data Output (0.5 GHz Clock Distributor MU181020A 12.05 to 2.5 Gbit/s PPG MU181020A-001 9.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS MP1800A/MT1810A Selection Guide Category Model Name/Function MP1800A Signal Quality Analyzer MP1800A-014 2-Slot for PPG and/or ED MP1800A-015 4-Slot for PPG and/or ED Main Frame MP1800A-016 6-Slot for PPG and/or ED MT1810A 4 Slot Chassis MT1810A-014 2-Slot for PPG and/or ED MT1810A-015 4-Slot for PPG and/or ED MU181000A 12.05 to 0.5 to 3.

8 Gbit/s to 12. SQA series offer a variety of high quality output waveform options.225 Gbit/s to 1.5625 Gbit/s MU181040A 12.5 Gbit/s: MU181020A.25 Gbit/s • 2.5 Gbit/s PPG (Option-001) No synthesizer is required due to the built-in clock source and the following operating frequencies are also supported by the clockdivision function.5 Gbit/s PPG/ED module (Option-001) operates over a wide band of 10 Gbit/s from 9.anritsu.5 to 3.1 Gbit/s to 28 Gbit/s frequency band thru PPG/ED and MUX/DEMUX module selection • 8 Gbit/s to 28 Gbit/s: MU182020A/21A. Signal Quality Analyzer (SQA) series.45 Gbit/s to 3.9 Gbit/s to 6. • Low-jitter High-quality Waveforms • Pull-down Menu for Selecting Installed Interfaces 95 http://www.8 Gbit/s to 12. MU181040A (Option-002) • 9. • Excellent Cost-Effective 10 Gbit/s Configuration Features • Wide Bandwidth 0. The combination of low-jitter.5 Gbit/s for configuring a cost-effective measurement system. PON modules up to 12. are versatile Bit Error Rate Test Systems (BERTS) for serial and parallel test applications up to 28 Gbit/s. MU182040A/41A • 0. MU181040A (Option-001) The 12.5 Vp-p (MU182020A/21A-013) The required output level is easily set as shown below using the pull-down menus.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS SIGNAL QUALITY ANALYZER MP1800A Series Small and Flexible Cost-efficient BER Test Solution MP1800A MT1810A MP1800A and MT1810A.1 Gbit/s to 28 Gbit/s Supports 0.5 Vp-p (MU181020A/B-013) High Amplitude: 0.8 Gbit/s to 12. SFP.5 Gbit/s.1 Gbit/s to 14 Gbit/s: MU181020B.5 Gbit/s ED (Option-001) No external clock input is required due to the built-in clock recovery function. MU181040B • 0. high-quality output waveform. Low Jitter: 8 ps p-p (MU181020A/B-012) High Amplitude: 0. and devices for 43.1 Gbit/s to 12. Optimized for both cost and functionality.5 Gbit/s • 4. • 9.com . High speed optical modules and Devices up to 28 Gbit/s. MU181020A 12.5G and beyond in combination with MP1821A/1822A.5 to 3. and high-amplitude output PPG and MUX modules can be tailored to the application. SQA series offer suitable BERTS solution for XFP.125 Gbit/s • 1. as well as several input varieties while maintaining a low entry price point.5 Gbit/s: MU181020A. MUX and DEMUX.

• Signal Quality Analysis • Differential Electrical Interfaces • Versatile Pattern Generation Bit error rates can be classified according to the following conditions and BER can be analyzed by separation into Transition Error due to degraded Data Tr/Tf and Non-Transition Error due to baseline noise. adding a PRBS231 – 1.) Phase Margin MU181040A/B-002: 60 ps (typ.5 GHz clock recovery function.) (12. 2n – 1 (n = 7. PPG Data Phase Shift Function Independent Mode MU181020A/B-030: ±1 UI (1 mUI resolution) CH Synchronization or Combination Mode MU181020A/B-030: ±64 UI (1 mUI resolution) ED Clock Phase Shift Function MU181040A/B-030: ±1 UI (1 mUI resolution) MUX Data Phase Shift Function Independent Mode MU182020A/21A-030: ±2 UI (2 mUI resolution) MU182020A/21A-031: ±2 UI (2 mUI resolution) CH Synchronization or Combination Mode MU182020A/21A-030: ±64 UI (2 mUI resolution) MU182020A/21A-031: ±64 UI (2 mUI resolution) DEMUX Clock Phase Shift Function MU182040A/41A-030: ±2 UI (2 mUI resolution) MU182040A/41A-031: ±2 UI (2 mUI resolution) Supports Two Optical Interface Types MU181600A/01A Supported wavelengths and bit rates for SFP and XFP modules can be customized freely by changing modules. 10GFC. XAUI. G-PON. 9. pattern to the payload allows setting of a continuous pattern across frames. 23.com .5 Gb/s. 11. Internal sinusoidal jitter: 80 MHz max. • Wideband Clock Recovery The MU181040A/B-020 options supports wideband clock recovery for use with the following. Insertion/Omission Errors Insertion Error: Error where 1 written at bit that should be 0 Omission Error: Error where 0 written at bit that should be 1 Transition/Non-Transition Errors Transition Error: Error at 0 → 1 or 1 → 0 bit transition Non-Transition Error: Error at contiguous 0 s or 1 s bits Waveform quality can be analyzed quantitatively using versatile analysis functions. 11. • Eye Margin • Eye Diagram • Q Measurement • Bathtub Measurement • ISI Analysis • Capture Function (128 Mbits) Pseudorandom patterns (PRBS) Because all PRBS rates required by the standards are supported up to PRBS231 – 1.1 to 12. the optimum phase value can be set using the high-resolution phase shift function.. the output power and extinction ratio can be changed as necessary using the 0. connecting an external modulation source to the input connector supports impression of any modulation factor. 128 Mbits max. OC12/STM4.5 Gbit/s) • Optical Interface 96 http://www. 4GFC. OC192/STM64. 10GE-PON Upstream Test • Optical Loop Test • Transmission Test using Quantum Noise Technology The PPG/ED. 15. • Burst Measurement • Phase Shift Function Data Pattern Setting Screen • High Input Sensitivity & Wide Phase Margin Using the high-input sensitivity ED Rx function supports direct input and evaluation of low-amplitude data. 23) Data Pattern Patterns required by each application can be created with flexibility. 2n – 1 (n = 7. 10. 15. 10GFC w/FEC The MU181040A-001 supports the standard 9. Sequence Pattern A variety of programmable patterns can be output in any sequence and combining various patterns offers effective support for applications requiring sequence processing. Input Sensitivity MU181040A-001: <50 mVp-p MU181040A/B-002: 10 mVp-p (typ. Mixed Pattern A mixed data and PRBS pattern can be output. SATA 3 Gb/s.5 Gbit/s wideband E/O. OC48/STM16. SATA 6 Gb/s. OTU1.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS • Jitter Addition The MU181000A/B Jitter Modulation Function (Option-001) offers a built-in function for adding sinusoidal jitter up to 80 MHz. 20. Both differential and single-ended interfaces are standard. 2GFC. • E-PON. O/E converter. Moreover. 9. and the 100 Ω differential interface required to receive LVDS signals is supported. 10GbE. MU181620A/40A These options are used for the 10GbE stressed eye test. GbE. (1-bit resolution) Alternate Pattern Two patterns (A and B) can be set and the A/B pattern can be output at any timing. MUX/DEMUX module phase shift function offers phase shifting over a wide range at all frequency bands. PCI Express II. etc. PCI Express I. OC3/STM1. 10. OTU2. 2n. At creation of SONET/ SDH frames. Additionally. The following application evaluations using burst signals are supported.anritsu. G975FEC. 1GFC. all BER are supported. 20. 31) Zero Substitution Pattern All 0s and All 1 s patterns can be added to PRBS patterns for performing CDR tolerance tests. SATA1. 10GbE w/FEC.8 GHz to 12.

the PPG/ED modules can be configured with various other modules to build a custom system. • Bathtub Performs optimum bit error rate based on changes in bit error rate relative to phase. Guide for the MP1800A series. see the Option Selection MP1800A Pattern Timing when Sending PRBS7 on All Channels (Pattern Sync) • Remote Control • Control over GPIB. 97 http://www. and Ethernet • High backwards portability with MP1763. crosstalk and skew tolerance are easily evaluated by synchronizing several PPG patterns and shifting phases.anritsu. • Bit Error Analysis using ISI Used to confirm bit error rate in each specified block or bit position and for bit error rate correlation with inter-symbol interference. • Eye Diagram Used to obtain bit error rate contours linking specified bit error rate points. RJ). and MP1764 remote commands • Eye Margin For confirming DATA threshold and phase margins. Additionally.com .PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS • Multi-channel Configuration Due to the modular platform design. DJ. ∗: For details about possible module combinations. Can be used to check change in Q value for clock phase. And performs jitter analysis (TJ. • Q Measurement Calculates Q value from bit error rate using change in threshold value.

• Application 3: Evaluation of 56 Gbit/s High-speed Devices A 4-channel PPG and 4-channel ED are used in combination with the MP1821A 50G/56Gbit/s MUX and MP1822A 50G/56Gbit/s DEMUX to function as a 56 Gbit/s BERTS.anritsu. 98 http://www.5 Gbit/s option.8 Gbit/s to 12.5 Gbit/s using one MP1800A. (MU181020A-001) Various wavelengths and bit rates can be defined by changing optical modules in the optical transceiver slot. • Application 2: 10 Gbit/s PON OLT Module Inspection Each PPG slot can output pre-bias and reset signals for the PON BER test.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS Applications • Application 1: Manufacturing Inspection of 10 Gbit/s Devices A measurement system can be configured with no external clock source using the PPG 9. (Level: H: 0 V. L: –1 V) The PON OLT Upstream test can be performed at up to 12.com .

anritsu.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS • Application 4: Stressed Receiver Conformance Test Sine Noise Sampling Oscilloscope Optical Fiber Coaxial Cable Power Penalty Results Screen (OMA vs.com . BER) • Application 5: 100 GbE EML/Optical Device Evaluation • Application 6: 20G Band Ultrafast Interconnect Evaluation 99 http://www.

0 m MU181000A/B Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 1 pc Name 100 http://www. name and quantity when ordering.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS • Application 7: 40G Band DQPSK Optical Module/Device Evaluation Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. MP1800A J0491 Z0306A Z0541A B0329G B0574A MX180000A Z0897A MP1800A-001 MP1800A-101 MP1800A-002 MP1800A-102 MP1800A-014 MP1800A-015 MP1800A-016 J0008 Z0917A Z0922A B0588A B0576A B0566A W2745AE W2747AE W2749AE W2799AE MP1800A-190 MP1800A-ES310 MP1800A-ES510 Main frame Signal Quality Analyzer Standard accessories Shield Power Cord (13A): Wrist Strap: USB Mouse: Front Cover for 3/4MW 4U: MP1800A Protect Cover: Signal Quality Analyzer Control Software: MP1800A Manual CD: Options GPIB GPIB Retrofit LAN LAN Retrofit 2-Slot for PPG and/or ED 4-Slot for PPG and/or ED 6-Slot for PPG and/or ED Optional accessories GPIB Cable 2 m Shielded LAN Cable.5 GHz Synthesizer Standard accessories Coaxial Cable 0.3 m: Options Jitter Modulation Jitter Modulation Retrofit Optional accessories Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cord 2. MT1810A J0491 Z0306A J1109B B0575A Z0897A MX180000A MT1810A-014 MT1810A-015 B0587A B0576A B0591A W2746AE W2748AE W2749AE W2799AE MT1810A-190 MT1810A-ES310 MT1810A-ES510 Main frame 4 Slot Chassis Standard accessories Shield Power Cord (13A): Wrist Strap: LAN Cable (CAT5. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.com .5 GHz Synthesizer Model/Order No. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. • MP1800A Signal Quality Analyzer Model/Order No. MU181000A J1349A MU181000A-001 MU181000A-101 J1137 J0127B W2750AE MU181000A-ES310 MU181000A-ES510 Unit/Module 12. 5 m: MT1810A Protect Cover: MP1800A Manual CD: Signal Quality Analyzer Control Software: Options 2-Slot for PPG and/or ED 4-Slot for PPG and/or ED Optional accessories Rack Mount Kit Blank Panel MT1810A Hard Carrying Case MT1810A Operation Manual MT1810A Installation Guide MX180000A Operation Manual MX180000A Remote Control Operation Manual Calibration service 25G PPG/MUX Calibration Retrofit Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 1 1 1 1 1 1 pc pc pc pc pc pc Name • MU181000A 12.anritsu. 5 m (CAT5. Straight) English USB Keyboard (104 key) Rack Mount Kit Blank Panel MP1800A Hard Carrying Case MP1800A Operation Manual MP1800A Installation Guide MX180000A Operation Manual MX180000A Remote Control Operation Manual Calibration service 25G Calibration of PPG and MUX Retrofit Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 pc pc pc pc pc pc pc Name • MT1810A 4 Slot Chassis Model/Order No. Cross).

0 Vp-p) Differential Clock Output (0. K-J.25 to 2.5 Gbit/s Variable Data Output (0. MU181020A J1137 J1341A MU181020A-001 MU181020A-002 MU181020A-010 MU181020A-110 MU181020A-011 MU181020A-111 MU181020A-012 MU181020A-112 MU181020A-013 MU181020A-113 MU181020A-021 MU181020A-121 MU181020A-030 MU181020A-130 J1359A J1359A J1359A J1359A J1137 J1359A J1137 J1342A J1343A J1360A W2752AE MU181020A-ES310 MU181020A-ES510 Unit/Module 12.1 to 12.8 m Coaxial Cable 1.0 m MU181800A/B Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service Options 9.3 m Coaxial Cable 1. SMA): Standard accessories for Option-012/112 Coaxial Adapter (K-P. MU181800A J1137 J1349A J1343A W2751AE MU181800A-ES310 MU181800A-ES510 Name Unit/Module 12.5 Vp-p) Retrofit High Performance Data Output (0.anritsu. J1343A × 1> MU181020A/B Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 2 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs 1 pc • MU181800B 14 GHz Clock Distributor Model/Order No.5 to 3.5 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0. MU181800B J1137 J1349A J1343A W2751AE MU181800B-ES310 MU181800B-ES510 Name Unit/Module 14 GHz Clock Distributor Optional accessories Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0.1 to 2.05 to 0.0 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Output (0.0 m Measurement Kit <J1342A × 2.5 to 3.0 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Delay Variable Data Delay Retrofit Standard accessories for Option-011/111 Coaxial Adapter (K-P.5 Gbit/s PPG Standard accessories Terminator (50 Ω): Open: 3 pcs 1 pc Name • MU181800A 12. MU181000B J1349A MU181000B-001 MU181000B-101 J1137 J0127B W2750AE MU181000B-ES310 MU181000B-ES510 Name Unit/Module 12.3 m: Options Jitter Modulation Jitter Modulation Retrofit Optional accessories Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cord 2.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS • MU181000B 12. K-J.8 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Output (0.com .05 to 2.0 Vp-p) High Performance Data Output (0.5 Vp-p) Retrofit Differential Clock Output (0.5 Gbit/s PPG Model/Order No.8 to 12.8 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0. SMA): Standard accessories for Option-021/121 Coaxial Adapter (K-P. SMA): Terminator (50 Ω): Optional accessories Coaxial Adapter (K-P. SMA) Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0.5 GHz 4port Synthesizer Standard accessories Coaxial Cable 0.5 GHz 4 port Synthesizer Model/Order No. K-J.5 GHz Clock Distributor Model/Order No.05 to 0.0 m MU181000A/B Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 4 pcs • MU181020A 12.25 to 2. SMA): Standard accessories for Option-013/113 Coaxial Adapter (K-P.0 m MU181800A/B Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 101 http://www.5 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0. K-J.5 Gbit/s 0.3 m Coaxial Cable 1.5 GHz Clock Distributor Optional accessories Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0.1 to 2.05 to 2. K-J.

K-J.1 to 14 Gbit/s Variable Data Output (0. MU181040A MU181040A-001 MU181040A-002 MU181040A-020 MU181040A-120 MU181040A-030 MU181040A-130 J1341A J1341A J1359A J1137 J1137 J1359A J1137 J1342A J1343A J1360A W2753AE MU181040A-ES310 MU181040A-ES510 Unit/Module 12.0 Vp-p) High Performance Data Output (0.0 Vp-p) Retrofit 25 Gbit/s Variable Data Delay 25 Gbit/s Variable Data Delay Retrofit 28 Gbit/s Variable Data Delay 28 Gbit/s Variable Data Delay Retrofit Standard accessories for Option-002/102 Coaxial Adapter (K-P.5 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Clock Output (0.8 m. MU181020B J1137 J1341A MU181020B-002 MU181020B-011 MU181020B-111 MU181020B-012 MU181020B-112 MU181020B-013 MU181020B-113 MU181020B-021 MU181020B-121 MU181020B-030 MU181020B-130 J1359A J1359A J1359A J1359A J1137 J1359A J1137 J1342A J1343A J1360A W2752AE MU181020B-ES310 MU181020B-ES510 Unit/Module 14 Gbit/s PPG Standard accessories Terminator (50 Ω): Open: 3 pcs 1 pc Name • MU181040B 14 Gbit/s ED Model/Order No. SMA) Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0. K connector) Cable Kit for 20A/40A (Tx/Rx. SMA): MU182020A Semi-Rigid Cable Set (MUX-PPG)∗1: Options 28 Gbit/s Extension 28 Gbit/s Extension Retrofit Clock Input Band Switch Clock Input Band Switch Retrofit Variable Data Output (0. SMA): Terminator (50 Ω): Standard accessories for Option-020/120 Terminator (50 Ω): Optional accessories Coaxial Adapter (K-P.0 m Measurement Kit <J1342A × 2.5 Vp-p) Retrofit Differential Clock Output (0. SMA): Standard accessories for Option-020/120 Coaxial Adapter (K-P.5 to 2.0 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Output (0. SMA): Standard accessories for Option-021/121 Coaxial Adapter (K-P.5 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0. K-J. K-J.5 to 3.0 m Measurement Kit <J1342A × 2. J1343A × 1> MU181020A/B Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 2 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs 1 pc • MU182020A 25 Gbit/s 1ch MUX Model/Order No.8 m Coaxial Cable 1. SMA): Standard accessories for Option-013/113 Coaxial Adapter (K-P.5 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Output (0.75 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0.5 Gbit/s ED Options 9. SMA) Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0.5 Gbit/s Clock Recovery Clock Recovery Retrofit Variable Clock Delay Variable Clock Delay Retrofit Standard accessories for Option-001 Open: Standard accessories for Option-002 Open: Coaxial Adapter (K-P. SMA) Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0.1 to 2. K-J.5 to 2.25 to 1. SMA): Standard accessories for Option-012/112 Coaxial Adapter (K-P. J1343A × 1> Coaxial Attenuator (3 dB) <41KC-3> Coaxial Attenuator (6 dB) <41KC-6> Coaxial Attenuator (10 dB) <41KC-10> Coaxial Attenuator (20 dB) <41KC-20> Power Divider <K240C> MU182020A/MU182021A Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 2 pcs 1 pc 5 pcs 4 pcs 2 pcs 1 pc Name • MU181040A 12.0 Vp-p) Differential Clock Output (0. J1342A × 2. K-J.5 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0.5 to 2. J1343A × 1> MU181040A/B Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 3 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs 1 pc Name Options 0.75 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Output (0.5 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0. SMA): Optional accessories Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0.com .anritsu. K-J.0 m Coaxial Adapter (K-P.8 to 12.5 Vp-p) Retrofit High Performance Data Output (0.0 Vp-p) Variable Clock Output (0.25 to 2. K-J. J1343A × 1> MU181040A/B Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 2 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs 1 pc Name MU182020A-001 MU182020A-101 MU182020A-002 MU182020A-102 MU182020A-010 MU182020A-110 MU182020A-011 MU182020A-111 MU182020A-013 MU182020A-113 MU182020A-021 MU182020A-121 MU182020A-030 MU182020A-130 MU182020A-031 MU182020A-131 J1359A J1359A J1137 J1342A J1343A J1359A J1427A J1428A J1439A J1448A J1449A J1450A J1451A J1452A J1453A J1454A W3128AE MU182020A-ES310 MU182020A-ES510 102 http://www. K-J.0 m Measurement Kit <J1342A × 2.5 to 3. SMA) Cable Kit for 20A/40A (Tx/Rx. Opt16) Cable Kit for 21A (Tx.05 to 2.1 to 14 Gbit/s Clock Recovery Clock Recovery Retrofit Variable Clock Delay Variable Clock Delay Retrofit Standard accessories for Option-002 Open: Coaxial Adapter (K-P. Opt15) Measurement Kit (K connector) <J1439A × 2.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS • MU181020B 14 Gbit/s PPG Model/Order No. Opt15/16) Coaxial Cable (0. K-J.05 to 2.5 to 2.5 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0.5 to 3.1 to 2.25 to 2.8 m Coaxial Cable 1. K-J.5 Gbit/s ED Model/Order No.5 to 3.0 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Delay Variable Data Delay Retrofit Standard accessories for Option-011/111 Coaxial Adapter (K-P.25 to 1. K-J. K-J.1 to 12. SMA): Terminator (50 Ω): Standard accessories for Option-020/120 Terminator (50 Ω): Optional accessories Coaxial Adapter (K-P. MU181040B MU181040B-002 MU181040B-020 MU181040B-120 MU181040B-030 MU181040B-130 J1341A J1359A J1137 J1137 J1359A J1137 J1342A J1343A J1360A W2753AE MU181040B-ES310 MU181040B-ES510 Unit/Module 14 Gbit/s ED Options 0.8 m Coaxial Cable 1. SMA): Terminator (50 Ω): Optional accessories Coaxial Adapter (K-P. MU182020A J1137 J1341A J1359A Unit/Module 25 Gbit/s 1ch MUX Standard accessories Terminator (50 Ω): Open: Coaxial Adapter (K-P.8 m Coaxial Cable 1. K-J.5 Gbit/s 0.

Opt16) Coaxial Cable (0.5 Vp-p) Retrofit Differential Clock Output (0. Opt15) Measurement Kit (K Connector) <J1439A × 2.75 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0. K-J. SMA) Cable Kit for 20A/40A (Tx/Rx. Opt16) Cable Kit for 41A (Rx.5 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0.8 m.5 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Output (0.5 to 3.8 m.8 m Coaxial Cable 1. Opt15/16) Coaxial Cable (0. K connector) Cable Kit for 20A/40A (Tx/Rx.0 Vp-p) Retrofit 25 Gbit/s Variable Data Delay 25 Gbit/s Variable Data Delay Retrofit 28 Gbit/s Variable Data Delay 28 Gbit/s Variable Data Delay Retrofit Emphasis Control∗2 Emphasis Control Retrofit∗2 Standard accessories for Option-002/102 Coaxial Adapter (K-P.5 to 2. SMA) Cable Kit for 20A/40A (Tx/Rx.8 m Coaxial Adapter (K-P. Opt15) Cable Kit for 41A (Rx. J1343A × 1> MU182040A/MU182041A Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 1 pc 4 pcs 3 pcs 2 pcs 1 pc Name MU182021A-001 MU182021A-101 MU182021A-002 MU182021A-102 MU182021A-010 MU182021A-110 MU182021A-011 MU182021A-111 MU182021A-013 MU182021A-113 MU182021A-021 MU182021A-121 MU182021A-030 MU182021A-130 MU182021A-031 MU182021A-131 MU182021A-040 MU182021A-140 J1359A J1359A J1137 J1342A J1343A J1359A J1427A J1428A J1439A J1448A J1449A J1450A J1451A J1452A J1453A J1454A W3128AE MU182021A-ES310 MU182021A-ES510 103 http://www. K connector) Cable Kit for 20A/40A (Tx/Rx.25 to 1.anritsu.25 to 1. K-J. MU182021A J1137 J1341A J1359A Unit/Module 25 Gbit/s 2ch MUX Standard accessories Terminator (50 Ω): Open: Coaxial Adapter (K-P.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS • MU182021A 25 Gbit/s 2ch MUX Model/Order No. Opt15) Measurement Kit (K Connector) <J1439A × 2.5 to 2. SMA): MU182040A Semi-Rigid Cable Set (DEMUX-ED)∗1: Options 28 Gbit/s Extension 28 Gbit/s Extension Retrofit Clock Input Band Switch Clock Input Band Switch Retrofit 25 GHz Variable Clock Delay 25 GHz Variable Clock Delay Retrofit 28 GHz Variable Clock Delay 28 GHz Variable Clock Delay Retrofit Standard accessories for Option-002/102 Coaxial Adapter (K-P. SMA): MU182021A Semi-Rigid Cable Set (MUX-PPG)∗1: Options 28 Gbit/s Extension 28 Gbit/s Extension Retrofit Clock Input Band Switch Clock Input Band Switch Retrofit Variable Data Output (0. SMA): Optional accessories Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0. SMA): Optional accessories Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0.com .0 m Coaxial Adapter (K-P.5 to 3.0 Vp-p) Differential Clock Output (0. MU182040A J1137 J1341A J1359A Unit/Module 25 Gbit/s 1ch DEMUX Standard accessories Terminator (50 Ω): Open: Coaxial Adapter (K-P. SMA): Standard accessories for Option-021/121 Coaxial Adapter (K-P. J1342A × 2.5 to 2. K-J.5 to 2.5 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0. J1343A × 1> Coaxial Attenuator (3 dB) <41KC-3> Coaxial Attenuator (6 dB) <41KC-6> Coaxial Attenuator (10 dB) <41KC-10> Coaxial Attenuator (20 dB) <41KC-20> Power Divider <K240C> MU182020A/MU182021A Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 2 pcs 1 pc 9 pcs 6 pcs 4 pcs 1 pc MU182040A-001 MU182040A-101 MU182040A-002 MU182040A-102 MU182040A-030 MU182040A-130 MU182040A-031 MU182040A-131 J1359A J1137 J1342A J1359A J1427A J1429A J1430A J1439A J1448A J1449A W3129AE MU182040A-ES310 MU182040A-ES510 Name • MU182040A 25 Gbit/s 1ch DEMUX Model/Order No.75 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Output (0. J1342A × 2. K-J. Opt16) Cable Kit for 21A (Tx. K-J. K-J. K-J.

5/125) Ferrule Cleaner Ferrule Cleaning Replacement Tape (6 pcs/set) Adapter Cleaner (Stick type.5/125) Ferrule Cleaner Ferrule Cleaning Replacement Tape (6 pcs/set) Adapter Cleaner (Stick type.8 m.5/125) SC · PC-LC · PC-1M-GI (62. 200 pcs/set) MU181600A/MU181601A Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service • MU181620A Stressed Eye Transmitter Model/Order No.5/125) SC · PC-LC · PC-1M-GI (62. Opt15) Measurement Kit (K Connector) <J1439A × 2. 200 pcs/set) Ferrule Side Face Cleaner MU181620A Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 1 pc 1 pc • MU181600A Optical Transceiver (XFP) Model/Order No.155 Gbit/s to 2.com . K-J. Opt15) Cable Kit for 41A (Rx. SMA): MU182041A Semi-Rigid Cable Set (DEMUX-ED)∗1: Options 28 Gbit/s Extension 28 Gbit/s Extension Retrofit Clock Input Band Switch Clock Input Band Switch Retrofit 25 GHz Variable Clock Delay 25 GHz Variable Clock Delay Retrofit 28 GHz Variable Clock Delay 28 GHz Variable Clock Delay Retrofit Standard accessories for Option-002/102 Coaxial Adapter (K-P. MU181600A∗3 J1355A J0541E J0541A J1137 J1342A G0174A G0175A G0176A J1344A J1139A J1345A J1346A J1347A J1348A Z0282 Z0283 Z0284 W2754AE MU181600A-ES310 MU181600A-ES510 Name Unit/Module Optical Transceiver (XFP) Standard accessories Semirigid Cable: 6 dB Fixed Attenuator: 10 dB Fixed Attenuator: Optional accessories Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0. K-J. SMA) Cable Kit for 20A/40A (Tx/Rx. MU181601A∗4 J0541E J1137 J1343A G0177A G0178A G0179A J1344A J1139A J1345A J1346A J1347A J1348A Z0282 Z0283 Z0284 W2754AE MU181601A-ES310 MU181601A-ES510 Name Unit/Module Optical Transceiver (SFP) Standard accessories 6 dB Fixed Attenuator: 1 pc MU182041A-001 MU182041A-101 MU182041A-002 MU182041A-102 MU182041A-030 MU182041A-130 MU182041A-031 MU182041A-131 J1359A J1137 J1342A J1359A J1427A J1429A J1430A J1439A J1448A J1449A W3129AE MU182041A-ES310 MU182041A-ES510 Optional accessories Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 1.5/125) FC · PC-LC · PC-1M-GI (62.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS • MU182041A 25 Gbit/s 2ch DEMUX Model/Order No.95 Gbit/s to 11. Opt16) Cable Kit for 41A (Rx.anritsu. J1343A × 1> MU182040A/MU182041A Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 1 pc 8 pcs 5 pcs 4 pcs 1 pc Name • MU181601A Optical Transceiver (SFP) Model/Order No. MU182041A J1137 J1341A J1359A Unit/Module 25 Gbit/s 2ch DEMUX Standard accessories Terminator (50 Ω): Open: Coaxial Adapter (K-P. MU181620A MU181620A-001 MU181620A-002 MU181620A-003 MU181620A-011 MU181620A-012 MU181620A-013 MU181620A-037 MU181620A-040 J1137 1 pc 2 pcs 2 pcs J1404A J1405A J0617B J0619B J0635A J0660A J1342A Z0282 Z0283 Z0284 Z0916A W2998AE MU181620A-ES310 MU181620A-ES510 Name Unit/Module Stressed Eye Transmitter Options 1310 nm Reference 1550 nm Reference 1310 nm/1550 nm Reference 1310 nm Stressed Eye 1550 nm Stressed Eye 1310 nm/1550 nm Stressed Eye FC Connector SC Connector Standard accessories for Option-011/012/013 1 pc Terminator (50 Ω): Standard accessories for Option-011/013 Semirigid Cable: Standard accessories for Option-012/013 Semirigid Cable: Optional accessories Replaceable Optical Connector (FC-PC) Replaceable Optical Connector (SC) FC · PC-FC · PC-1M-SM SC · PC-SC · PC-1M-SM Coaxial Cable 0. 200 pcs/set) MU181600A/MU181601A Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 104 http://www.8 m 850 nm XFP Module (9.0 m 850 nm SFP Module (1.062 Gbit/s to 4.95 Gbit/s to 10.8 m Ferrule Cleaner Ferrule Cleaning Replacement Tape (6 pcs/set) Adapter Cleaner (Stick type. K-J.25 Gbit/s) 1310 nm SFP Module (0. SMA) Optional accessories Terminator (50 Ω) Coaxial Cable 0.95 Gbit/s to 11.67 Gbit/s) LC · PC-LC · PC-1M-SM FC · PC-LC · PC-1M-SM SC · PC-LC · PC-1M-SM LC · PC-LC · PC-1M-GI (62.30 Gbit/s) 1550 nm XFP Module (9.67 Gbit/s) 1550 nm SFP Module (0.75 Gbit/s) LC · PC-LC · PC-1M-SM FC · PC-LC · PC-1M-SM SC · PC-LC · PC-1M-SM LC · PC-LC · PC-1M-GI (62. Opt16) Coaxial Cable (0. J1342A × 2. K connector) Cable Kit for 20A/40A (Tx/Rx.10 Gbit/s) 1310 nm XFP Module (9.8 m Coaxial Adapter (K-P.155 Gbit/s to 2.5/125) FC · PC-LC · PC-1M-GI (62.

20 cm. etc. we recommend using the following accessories.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS • MU181640A Optical Receiver Model/Order No.anritsu. K(m) to K(m) Coaxial Attenuator (3 dB) 41KC-3 Coaxial Attenuator (6 dB) 41KC-6 Coaxial Attenuator (10 dB) 41KC-10 Coaxial Attenuator (20 dB) 41KC-20 ∗3: The XFP module is sold separately. or with using two PPGs modules (MU181020A/B) for the emphasis generation. An optional external attenuator can be added to the combined signal to help reduce waveform distortion or jitter caused by reflection. 105 http://www. K-J.8 m Ferrule Cleaner Ferrule Cleaning Replacement Tape (6 pcs/set) Adapter Cleaner (Stick type. Note that Anritsu supports only SFP modules purchased from Anritsu. MU181640A J1359A MU181640A-004 MU181640A-037 MU181640A-040 J0617B J0619B J0635A J0660A J0893B J0894B J1342A Z0282 Z0283 Z0284 Z0916A W2999AE MU181640A-ES310 MU181640A-ES510 Unit/Module Optical Receiver Standard accessories Coaxial Adapter (K-P.com . When generating an emphasis signal as described above. Power Divider K240C K120MM-20CM DC to 40 GHz. ∗4: The SFP module is sold separately. J1427A. SMA): Options Band Width 8. 50 Ω. an emphasis signal can be generated downstream of the Power Divider. MX180001A W2884AE MX180002A W2885AE MX180003A W2886AE MX180004A W2887AE MX180005A W2926AE standard. Note that Anritsu supports only XFP modules purchased from Anritsu. J1428A. J1429A.5/125) Coaxial Cable 0. 200 pcs/set) Ferrule Side Face Cleaner MU181640A Operation Manual Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service 1 pc Name • Software Model/Order No. and J1430A is attached as a ∗2: When the MU182021A-040 is installed and a Power Divider is connected externally by combining between each Data. Name SDH/SONET Pattern Editor MX180001A Operation Manual Stressed Eye Measurement Control Software MX180002A Operation Manual GbE/10 GbE Pattern Editor MX180003A Operation Manual PON Application Software MX180004A Operation Manual Jitter Application Software MX180005A Operation Manual ∗1: One of J1448A.5 GHz FC Connector SC Connector Optional accessories Replaceable Optical Connector (FC-PC) Replaceable Optical Connector (SC) FC · PC-FC · PC-1M-SM SC · PC-SC · PC-1M-SM FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-GI (50/125) FC · PC-FC · PC-2M-GI (62.

The MP1821A 50G/56 Gbit/s MUX and MP1822A 50G/56 Gbit/s DEMUX supports operation frequencies up to 56 Gbit/s to meet these needs.5 Vp-p max. ISI Analysis and Capture functions are supported. the de-code function performs logic evaluation of pre-code blocks. • Compact Remote Head Shorter cables to the DUT keep signal quality high. Bathtub. and OIF are working to define issues and new standards for next-generation 40 Gbit/s and 100 Gbit/s networks. These new standards use WDM transmission equipment and phase-modulation technologies to curb symbol rate but further expansion of transmission capacity requires higher symbol rates.com . A full range of versatile analysis functions help cut design verification times. Operation Frequency Anritsu provides the best measurement solutions for fundamental R&D in the 40 Gbit/s market and ultra-fast next-generation communications at more than 50 Gbit/s. supports customers with the perfect solution for bringing new products to market as early as possible. Moreover. IEEE.1 Gbit/s to 28 Gbit/s. In addition. Moreover. • Sophisticated Waveform High-speed Tr/Tf and low-jitter waveforms are ideal for evaluating electronic devices. Moreover. etc. WiMAX. • Pre-Code/De-code Functions 40G DPSK/ODB modulation signals are generated to evaluate optical modulators using the pre-code function. LTE.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS 50G/56 Gbit/s MUX. 50G/56 Gbit/s DEMUX MP1821A/MP1822A 8 Gbit/s to 56 Gbit/s R&D into Fast 40G and Ultra-fast 50G Devices for Next-Generation Communications NEW MP1821A Build-to order product MP1822A Internet Exchanges (IX) and ISPs require larger network capacities as more Internet users access more rich-content services over faster access networks such as DSL. high amplitude waveform • 30 to 70% wide crosspoint adjustment function • Automatic Measurement Function Eye Margin. To meet these needs. Q. Key Features • Supports 56 Gbit/s Max.anritsu. Eye Diagram. It supports direct evaluation of wafer on the probe station. 106 http://www. a full line of versatile functions and excellent performance for R&D into 40 Gbit/s fast next-generation devices. Troubleshooting at the early R&D phase cuts repeat work and time to product rollout. • Flexible Expandability The MP1800A Signal Quality Analyzer supports operating frequencies from 0. • 8 ps (20 to 80%) high-speed Tr/Tf time • 4 psp-p low-jitter waveform • 3. direct driving of modulators without an external amplifier supports high-quality measurement results. ITU-T. and ultra-fast 50 Gbit/s optical modules. FTTx. combination with the MP1821A/22A expands supported speeds to 56 Gbit/s and minimizes R&D investment for next-generation technologies.

107 http://www. Sophisticated Waveform: Direct driving of modulators without external amplifier supports high-quality measurements. such as Bathtub. Sophisticated Waveform: High-speed Tr/Tf & low-jitter waveforms for electronic device evaluation. • Ultra-fast Device–On-wafer Evaluation Photo source of probe station: SUSS MicroTec Anritsu Solution Compact Remote Head: Direct on-wafer device evaluation. Pre-Code/De-code Functions: Generates 40G DPSK/ODB supported modulation signals for evaluation.anritsu. cut design verification times. Automatic Measurement Function: Full line of versatile analysis functions.com .PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS Application Example • Ultra-fast Optical Module Evaluation LD: Laser Diode PM: Phase Modulator MZM: Mach-Zehnder Modulator OD: Optical Delay Anritsu Solution Compact Remote Head: Minimizes cable effects for assured high signal quality.

PCML. –2V.0 or 1. ±25 mV ±15% typ. 8 GHz to 56 GHz (option-001.anritsu. General Specifications USB Interface USB 2.) (option-002 installed) MP1821A-010 MP1821A-011 2 (Data/xData) H: 0 V.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS Specifications Item Operation Frequency External Clock Input Number of Input Input Frequency Input Amplitude Termination Connector Data Output Number of Output Amplitude∗ Offset∗ Current Limiting Fixed Interface Crosspoint∗ Tf/Tf∗ Total Jitter∗ Waveform Distortion (0 peak)∗ Termination Output ON/OFF Function Connector Clock Output Number of Output Frequency Amplitude Termination Connector 1/2 Clock Output Number of Output Frequency Amplitude Termination Connector 1/4 Clock Output Number of Output Frequency 8 Gbit/s to 50 Gbit/s 8 Gbit/s to 56 Gbit/s (option-001 installed) 1 4 GHz to 25 GHz 4 GHz to 28 GHz (option-001 installed) 4 GHz to 25 GHz. Data3.4 Vp-p min. (Fixed) 50 Ω/AC Coupling SMA (f. DC switching DC: 50 Ω/GND.4 to 1.) 1 Output clock frequency is same of input clock frequency 0. 4 psp-p typ.) 1 2 GHz to 12. 1.0 Vp-p 50 Ω/AC Coupling K (f. 4A 100 (W) × 70 (H) × 140 (D) mm Dimension 100 (W) × 90. 50 Ω/GND Yes V (f. L: –0.5 to 2.. SCFL.2 Vp-p max.4 Vp-p min.3V • MP1821A 50G/56 Gbit/s MUX Specification MP1821A-013 0..4 Vp-p min.5 Vp-p/2 mV steps – –2 to +3. (20 to 80%) 8 ps typ.9 (H) × 140 (D) mm (option-030 installed) Mass <5 kg Operation Temperature 15° to 35°C EMC EN61326-1. AC.1% step 10 ps typ. EN61000-3-2 LVD EN61010-1 ∗: Values when using oscilloscope with residual jitter <200 fs (RMS) and sampling bandwidth >70 GHz 108 http://www. Data4) Input level 0/–1 V Termination 50 Ω/GND Connector SMA (f.0 Vp-p max. NCML.5 to 3.3 Voh/1 mV steps – Source 50 mA.) V (f.1 Type B × 1 Power Supply AC Adapter 19 Vdc.com .5 Vp-p/2 mV steps Amplitude Termination Connector 1/4 Data Input Number of Input 4 (Data1.) Variable Data Delay (option-030 installed) Phase Shift Range –1000 to +1000 mUI/4 mUI steps Setting Error ±50 mUIp-p typ.) V (f. LVPECL 50% ±15% 30 to 70%/0. 8 GHz to 50 GHz (option-002 installed) 4 GHz to 28 GHz. Data2. (20 to 80%) 4 psp-p typ.5 GHz 2 GHz to 14 GHz (option-001 installed) 0. 1.) (option-002 installed) 1 4 GHz to 25 GHz 4 GHz to 28 GHz (option-001 installed) 0..4 V 0. (Fixed) 50 Ω/AC Coupling K (f.) ±25 mV ±10% typ. (Fixed) 50 Ω/AC Coupling K (f. 002 installed) 0. 1. Sink 80 mA – NECL.0 Vp-p max. +1.

Data2. Data3.4 Vp-p min. 50 Ω/AC Coupling SMA (f..4 to 1. 56 Gbit/s) 50 Ω/GND V (f.9 (H) × 140 (D) mm (option-030 installed) Mass <5 kg Operation Temperature 15° to 35°C EMC EN61326-1.2 to 0.) 1 2 GHz to 12. 8 GHz to 56 GHz (option-001.) V (f.com .2 Vp-p max. 002 installed) 0.5 Vp-p (single-ended) –0. typ.5 to +0. 70 mVp-p typ. (50 Gbit/s) 200 deg. (40 Gbit/s). 4A 100 (W) × 70 (H) × 140 (D) mm Dimension 100 (W) × 90. EN61000-3-2 LVD EN61010-1 109 http://www.) Specification Amplitude Termination Connector 1/4 Data Input Number of Input 4 (Data1. 8 GHz to 50 GHz (option-002 installed) 4 GHz to 28 GHz.) (option-002 installed) 2 (Data.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS • MP1822A 50G/56 Gbit/s DEMUX Item Operation Frequency External Clock Input Number of Input Input Frequency Input Amplitude Termination Connector Data Input Number of Input Input Format Input Amplitude Threshold Voltage Input Sensitivity Phase Margin Termination Connector 1/4 Clock Output Number of Output Frequency 8 Gbit/s to 50 Gbit/s 8 Gbit/s to 56 Gbit/s (option-001 installed) 1 4 GHz to 25 GHz 4 GHz to 28 GHz (option-001 installed) 4 GHz to 25 GHz.5 V (single-ended) 50 mVp-p typ.0 Vp-p 50 Ω/AC Coupling K (f. 19 Vdc.5 GHz 2 GHz to 14 GHz (option-001 installed) 0. General Specifications USB Interface USB 2.1 Type B × 1 Power Supply AC Adapter.0 or 1. (50 Gbit/s. Data4) Output Level 0/–0.anritsu.4 V Termination 50 Ω/GND Connector SMA (f. xData) NRZ 0. 1.) Variable Clock Delay (option-030 installed) Phase Shift Range –1000 to +1000 mUI/4 mUI steps Setting Error ±50 mUIp-p typ.

5 to 3. name and quantity when ordering.anritsu.5 to 2.com .) -V (f.8 m.) -V (f. K Connector) Cable Kit for 4ch PPG Cable Kit for 4ch ED MP1821A/22A Operation Manual (Booklet) 1 pc 5 2 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 pcs pcs pcs pcs pc pc pc pc pc Name 110 http://www.) -K (f.5 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Output (0.8 m.4 Vp-p Fixed) Retrofit Variable Data Output (0. K Connector) Cable Kit for 4ch PPG Cable Kit for 4ch ED MP1821A/22A Operation Manual (Booklet) 2 pcs 5 2 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 pcs pcs pc pcs pc pc pc pc pc Name • MP1822A 50G/56 Gbit/s DEMUX Model/Order No. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. • MP1821A 50G/56 Gbit/s MUX Model/Order No.0 m: Terminator <V Connector>: Terminator <SMA Connector>: Open <SMA Connector>: USB Cable: AC Adaptor: Power Cord.) Adaptor Coaxial Cable (0.5 m: MP1821A/22A Manual CD: MX180000A Software CD: Options 56 Gbit/s Extension Clock Input Band Switch Data Output (0. MP1822A J1343A J1363A J1137 J1341A J1475A Z1312A J0017 Z1307A Z0918A MP1822A-001 MP1822A-002 MP1822A-030 MP1822A-101 MP1822A-102 MP1822A-130 J1486A J1090 J1108 J1379A J1144 J1380A J1381A J1477A J1359A J1486A J1439A J1474A J1476A W3207AE Main frame 50G/56 Gbit/s DEMUX Standard accessories Coaxial Cable 1.5 Vp-p) Variable Data Output (0.0 m: Protection Cap <V Connector>: Terminator <SMA Connector>: Open <SMA Connector>: USB Cable: AC Adaptor: Power Cord.5 to 2.) Adaptor Optional accessories Coaxial Cable <V120MM-30CM> Coaxial Cable <V120MM-50CM> Coaxial Attenuator <41V-3> Coaxial Attenuator <41V-6> Coaxial Attenuator <41V-10> Coaxial Attenuator <41V-20> Coaxial Adaptor <V (m.5 m: MP1821A/22A Manual CD: MX180000A Software CD: Options 56 Gbit/s Extension Clock Input Band Switch Variable Clock Delay 56 Gbit/s Extension Retrofit Clock Input Band Switch Retrofit Variable Clock Delay Retrofit MP1822A-002/102 standard accessories V (m.5 Vp-p) Variable Data Delay 56 Gbit/s Extension Retrofit Clock Input Band Switch Retrofit Data Output (0.5 Vp-p) Retrofit Variable Data Delay Retrofit MP1821A-002/102 standard accessories Protection Cap <V Connector> Optional accessories Coaxial Cable <V120MM-30CM> Coaxial Cable <V120MM-50CM> Coaxial Attenuator <41V-3> Coaxial Attenuator <41V-6> Coaxial Attenuator <41V-10> Coaxial Attenuator <41V-20> Coaxial Adaptor <V (m.K-J. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. SMA) V (m.) -K (f.) Adaptor Coaxial Cable (0. MP1821A J1343A J1145 J1137 J1341A J1475A Z1312A J0017 Z1307A Z0918A MP1821A-001 MP1821A-002 MP1821A-010 MP1821A-011 MP1821A-013 MP1821A-030 MP1821A-101 MP1821A-102 MP1821A-110 MP1821A-111 MP1821A-113 MP1821A-130 J1363A J1090 J1108 J1379A J1144 J1380A J1381A J1477A J1359A J1486A J1439A J1474A J1476A W3207AE Main frame 50G/56 Gbit/s MUX Standard accessories Coaxial Cable 1. SMA) V (m.4 Vp-p Fixed) Variable Data Output (0. 2.)> Coaxial Adaptor (K-P.5 to 3. 2.) -K (f.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.K-J.)> Coaxial Adaptor (K-P.

PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS BIT MASTER™ MP1026B Eye Pattern Analyzer 100 Mbps to 12. When using the new MP1026B fully-integrated (Option 3) optical interface. the Bit Master conducts the same compliance mask test for typically half the cost of a general purpose sampling oscilloscope. manufacturing. For example. however. rugged. engineers can roam between manufacturing.5 Gbps in a handheld. First. you pay a premium in terms of cost-of-test by using a general purpose sampling oscilloscope instead of the Bit Master. and pre turn-up areas. engineers in design. Eye pattern measurements are typically performed with a general purpose sampling oscilloscope which is often a shared resource because of its expense and complexity. anywhere. Eye Pattern Measurements on Every Bench High speed circuits. and field organizations are using eye pattern measurements everyday to finetune. customer service. With a single keystroke. manufacturing. the Bit Master reveals whether or not the transmitter is ready for deployment. the Bit Master is typically one-half the cost of a general purpose sampling oscilloscope. and troubleshoot their designs. A more portable solution can increase engineering’s productivity as eye pattern measurements are required in their everyday tasks. Compliance Mask Testing Compliance mask testing is an important part of verifying that high speed signals are meeting the standards with adequate margin for reliable operation in the field. test labs. and bit error rate tester (BERT) to troubleshoot problems on-site. the Bit Master is a practical instrument that enables engineers to increase productivity by more freely conducting eye pattern. Under tremendous pressure to accelerate deployment. optical spectrum analyzer (OSA).1 Gbps to 12. 1310 and 1550 nm wavelengths • Optional internal clock recovery unit (CRU) with 25 mV typical sensitivity • Optional Secure Data Operation available for classified environments • Handheld eye pattern analyzer that can operate on battery power for nearly 3 hours • Surprisingly affordable price 111 http://www. the Bit Master offers two compelling reasons for design. To complicate matters. deployment of new high-speed networks may require more sophisticated tools beyond optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR). Engineers not only perform eye pattern measurements at their benches. Engineers often waste their time waiting to get access to this shared resource despite the attempts of their managers to increase their productivity. measurements on their network equipment and in their environment anytime.5 Gbps Ethernet Eye Pattern Measurements Just Got Personal The rapid growth of the Internet is fueling the deployment of high speed next generation networks. optical power meter (OPM). verify.anritsu. and battery-powered instrument. Second. and field engineers to consider this innovative new product. tailored for everyday use. Anritsu introduces the Bit Master MP1026B Eye Pattern Analyzer that offers eye pattern measurements for data rates from 0. but they are routinely called to locations throughout the facility for consultation. Key Features • Eye pattern analyzer with two electrical channel inputs of 25 GHz bandwidth each • Eye pattern and pulse pattern displays of high speed signals • Optional 62.com . engineers can freely roam their facility conducting eye pattern measurements without compromising performance and features for their everyday tasks. Engineers believe that feedback from eye pattern measurements is insightful when trying to quickly isolating sources of eye closure. transceivers.5 µm FC connection optical channel supports multimode 850. especially for 10 Gbps transmitters. When equipped with the handheld Bit Master. Unfortunately. that doesn’t compromise on performance nor skimp on features. their instruments limit how fast they can isolate problems and propose solutions. With outstanding performance for the size. The better approach is to equip every engineer with an affordable instrument. and transponders are vital transmitting components of the physical layer that routinely require engineers to measure eye patterns. Every engineer’s bench should have an eye pattern analyzer.

fall time. The Bit Master is equipped with these insightful pulse pattern measurements so engineers can easily and affordably observe high speed signals. an engineer can determine whether the source of eye closure is related to any number of pulse parameters: rise time.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS Each Bit Master ships with a test assistant: a copy of Anritsu’s Master Software Tools for Windows ® 2000/XP. delay. the Bit Master is a valuable tool to quickly identify the causes of eye closure during design and troubleshooting tasks. optional clock recovery does not currently support these data rates. 112 http://www. transition time.anritsu. optional internal clock recovery and optional external optical channel can simplify setups for these measurements. levels. At a glance.0625 Gbps 2GFC: 2. and JPEGs (limited only by PC memory) • Post-processing histograms • Add. Using this exciting new product.975): 10. edit. anytime.3125 Gbps 10GE + FEC: 11. however.5 Gbps testing.5 Gbps 10GE for LX4 (10GBase-X): 3. the Bit Master can easily inform an engineer on the root cause of eye closure at high data rates.com . traces.666 Gbps OC-192/STM-64: 9.709): 2. Ethernet 1GE: 1. width. the Bit Master also supports remote programming via the Ethernet interface Master Software Tools (MST) • Powerful data management tool for storing and sifting through measurement results. Extend the Capabilities with Valuable Options • Popular Supported Data Rates The standard Bit Master offers up to 12. Contact the factory for alternatives or use an external clock recovery circuit to support 4 GFC.0 (full-speed).08 Mbps OC-48/STM-16: 2.51875 Gbps SONET/SDH OC-3/STM-1: 155.10 Gbps Fibre channel 1GFC: 1. Simply specify the pattern length and the Bit Master will measure the pulse pattern of high-speed repetitive signals without the need for a pattern trigger. linearity. and manage masks using Master Software Tools • Update with the latest firmware • Remote programming via Ethernet Master Software Tools and Remote Programming MP1026B Bit Master A typical manufacturing setup is shown in the above simplified diagram. settling time. and longer-term wander. overshoot. Using the Bit Master.09): 10. droop. one can quickly isolate undesirable pulse properties that limit performance or impact production yields. • Connect to a PC using USB2.488 Gbps OC-48/STM-16 + FEC (G.709 Gbps *1: 10GBase-X and 4GFC are also supported when supplied with clock.25 Gbps*1 8GFC: 8. The MP1800A provides the data and clock for the setup while the Bit Master measures the compliance mask and conducts eye and pulse pattern analysis. With all this portable measurement power.953 Gbps OC-192/STM-64 + FEC (G. This allows an operator to add the processing capabilities of a PC and this software utility to the MP1026B Eye Pattern Analyzer to form a powerful and flexible measurement solution.664 Gbps OC-192/STM-64 + FEC (G7. Trigger-less Pulse Pattern Measurements Unlike the go/no-go results of a BERT. ringing. For automation. suppliers of next generation network equipment can more profitably manufacture their high speed modules. which is sufficient for testing the popular data rates shown in the following table. period. preshoot. or Direct Ethernet • Store an unlimited number of setups. For additional flexibility. In addition. the Bit Master is uniquely capable of performing pulse pattern measurements anywhere.52 Mbps OC-12/STM-4: 622.5 Gpbs 10GFC + FEC: 11.3 Gbps 10GFC: 10.125 Gbps 4GFC: 4.125 Gpbs*1 10GE (10GBase-W): 9. Ethernet LAN.953 Gbps 10GE (10GBase-R): 10.25 Gbps 2GE: 2.

or an external USB memory device. HDMI) reveal go-no-go compliance with industry standard data specifications. Infinite persistence eye pattern. this information can be overwritten with factory default setup information by holding down the Escape key while powering on the instrument. The following typical measurements highlight features available for precisely measuring eye pattern. The supported data rates and sensitivity are shown in the following table. Use histograms to extract statistical data of eye pattern performance. Setup and measurement information can be stored ONLY to the external Compact Flash memory module. Note trace math indicator in upper right corner of this screen capture. Bit Master extracts a clock from the high speed signal for more convenient measurements than using external references. The additional Mask Margin function in dashed lines show percentage margins from the specified mask border.1 Gbps to 2. Although the last setup information is still automatically stored internally. the time histogram in the lower right corner shows the jitter in the crossing point. the Bit Master has the requisite performance to tame 12.8 Gbps to 12. Use CH1 and CH2 inputs and trace math features to measure differential and common mode signals. these masks (here. With two electrical channels of 25 GHz (–3 dB bandwidth). respectively. Differential signal measurements. For example. Dual-trace overlay pulse pattern. 113 http://www. Clock Recovery (Option 2) Mask Margin Compliance. It is intended for measurements on highly secure data handling equipment and systems.com .5 Gbps high speed testing. Give it a try and we think you’ll agree.5 Gbps 0. Use overlay and histogram to simultaneously display two traces and perform statistical analysis. Description Data rates Sensitivity Specification 9.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS Typical Eye and Pulse Pattern Measurements The Bit Master has plenty of powerful features to help extract information from measurement results. a very useful feature.anritsu.7 Gbps 25 mVp-p typical Secure Data Operation (Option 007) This special software function prevents the user from storing measurement setup information onto the internal file storage location. In the optical signal formats. amplitude and time parameters associated with high speed repetitive signals.

35 dB.5 GHz 0. 1.75 mV. typical OC-12: 71 kHz.7 GHz 25 mVp-p. mask compliance (OC192.5 Gbps: 10 mUI. typical Measurements Clock trigger frequency Clock trigger sensitivity Maximum clock trigger Top view of the connector configuration for the Bit Master shows how one of its two electrical channels may be converted for an optical input.5 GHz Band: 1. typical 1 UI minimum full scale 1 bit minimum full scale ±500 mV offset. typical –8 dBm.5 A/W typical 225 V/W. typical • Clock Recovery (Option 2) Clock rates Sensitivity Maximum input Input levels Jitter.1 GHz to 1 GHz: 2 ps. 20 mUI.5 Vp-p. typical –30 dB. RMS Digital system Sampling speed Figure 1: Amplitude accuracy for different scale values plotted against the values of reading minus offset. maximum input before damage 2 Vp-p. using the Option 3 Internal O/E Conversion. typical OC-3: 23 kHz.35 ps. typical 0. maximum*2 1 GHz to 5 GHz: 1 ps.1 GHz to 2. for input levels between 0 dBm and –18 dBm –10 dB. Performance Specifications Displays Standard measurement capabilities Eye pattern display Pulse pattern display Statistical (NRZ).. A signal pickoff (68231) serves to route a sampled signal for the Option 2 Clock Recovery. the Bit Master Option 003 provides an optical input supporting 750 to 1650 nm wavelengths. minimum +5 dBm.7 Gbps: 2 mUI.5 GHz to 12. minimum DC to 25 GHz. max input before damage 8.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS Optical Interface with Internal O/E Conversion (Option 003) For optical data testing. More than 9 GHz of bandwidth enables unfiltered optical eye measurements. typical. the Bit Master provides the complete solution for your optical measurements needs.1 GHz to 2. 10GE-LX4. For example.1 Gbps to 2.7 GHz Band: OC-48: 490 kHz.9 A/W typical 400 V/W typical 15 µW. and as high as 7 ps when the interfering signals are in the band of 645 MHz to 655 MHz. Add an appropriate filter in series with the internal module to achieve a 4th order Bessel-Thomson receiver response for optical mask compliance test.com . • Optical Interface via O/E Module OEC10G-1A (Option 3) Multimode fiber input (accepts single mode. 1. This option gives the user the flexibility of having one optical and one electrical channel or two electrical channels. minimum ±2 V. typical 2 Vp-p. setting the instrument scale to 50 mV/div and the offset to 50 mV results in the following readout accuracy values: ±8 mV for the +200 mV peak value and ±11 mV for the –200 mV peak value.5 µm with FC 750 nm to 1650 nm DC to 9. With standard built-in measurement software routines and option 003’s optical conversion hardware. 4 or 8 MHz. 10GE. too) Wavelength range Unfiltered bandwidth (–3 dB electrical) 850 nm responsivity 850 nm conversion gain 1310 nm responsivity 1310 nm conversion gain 1550 nm responsivity 1550 nm conversion gain Optical noise Optical sensitivity Optical overload Optical power measurement accuracy Electrical return loss Optical return loss 62. typical 8. Horizontal system RMS jitter. maximum input before damage ±0. 2. plus user defined masks) 0. Refer to the ordering information section for detailed availability of mask compliance accessories by protocols. typical (>1 GHz) 200 mVp-p. typ.5 Gbps to 12.95 A/W typical 420 V/W typical 0. maximum input before damage See Figure 1 for maximum amplitude accuracy values DC to 20 GHz. typical 0. typical. jitter could be as high as 4 ps when the interfering signals are in the frequency bands 556 MHz to 693 MHz and 900 MHz to 1100 MHz. max input before damage*1 5 GHz to 12.0 GHz.5 GHz: 0. maximum at 4 MHz loop BW 0. *2: Under the condition of strong interfering RF signals. The electrical output of this optical input can be routed to one of the two standard electrical channels. the maximum RMS 114 http://www.7 and 1. typical –15 dBm.anritsu.5 GHz 50 mVp-p.8 GHz to 12. typical Loop bandwidth (typical) *1: For clock trigger frequencies between 0. typical Flatness: ±1 dB. typical 0. RMS (additive) 9. typical for operation with CRU (opt 002) +2 dBm.0 GHz typical 0. typical (<1 GHz) 2 Vp-p.85 ps. RMS Eye mode scale factor Pattern mode scale factor Input range Vertical system Amplitude accuracy (after internal Cal) Bandwidth (–3 dB) Noise. histograms. EMC emissions specifications are only guaranteed for a maximum input signal of 1. typical 1 mV.1 GHz to 12. for a 400 mVp-p signal with a 50 mV DC offset. maximum 100 ksamples/sec. typical. minimum ±400 mV dynamic range.

0 (full-speed) Compact Flash 2.664 Gbps 10. operating and non-operating Conforms to EN61010-1 for Class 1 portable equipment Meets European Community requirements for CE marking 313 (W) × 211 (H) × 77 (D) mm (12W × 8H × 3D in. 3 m Literature Bit Master User’s Guide Bit Master Programming Manual 67065-1 67065-2 760-243-R 2000-1374 15KKF50-1.5A 15RKKF50-1. 1. and software) Model/Order No.13 m) Crossover Ethernet Cable 2 GB USB Memory Drive One year warranty (includes battery.5 m. 1060 Mbps LowPass Filter. 1250 Mbps LowPass Filter. MP1026B Name Bit Master™ models* Eye Pattern Analyzer (2-channel Electrical. FC connector) Optical Fiber Cable (SM.709 Gbps 11. 10 feet (3.).08 Mbps 1062. FC-SPC connector both ends). K (m) to K (f).3125 Gbps 10. 3125 Mbps Equalizer.10 Gbps 11.5 Mbps 1244. firmware.51875 Gbps 10. 2125 Mbps LowPass Filter.0 lbs. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. 11 GHz Bit rates supported 155.32 Mbps 2500 Mbps 2666 Mbps 3125 Mbps 9. FC-SPC connector both ends). 2 m Optical Fiber Cable (SM. FC connector) Fixed Optical Attenuator (20 dB. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. 10.com .) Interfaces Environmental Safety Electromagnetic compatibility Dimensions and Mass Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. Li-Ion Charger with Universal Power Supply Armored Test Port Cable. MP1026. 1 m Optical Fiber Cable (SM.5A J0747A J0747B J0747C J0747D J0635A J0635B J0635C 10580-00217 10580-00218 10580-00217 65729 3-2000-1567 64343 2300-498 633-44 40-168 806-141 3-2000-1498 2000-1371 3-806-152 2000-1520-R MP1026B-002 MP1026B-003 MP1026B-007 Options Clock Recovery Unit Option (includes two loop cables) Optical Interface Option (via external module which must be ordered separately) Secure Data Operation Mask Compliance Filter Accessories Filter model numbers BTF155B BTF622B BTF1060B BTF1250B BTF2125B BTF2500B BTF3125B EQ10G0A EQ10G5A EQ11G0A Part description LowPass Filter.5 m. 20 GHz Fixed Optical Attenuator (5 dB.5 mm 3-wire cellular headset connector MIL–PRF–28800F Class 2 Operating: –10˚ to +55˚C. 622 Mbps LowPass Filter. 10 GHz Equalizer.5 GHz Equalizer.16 Mbps 1250 Mbps 2125 Mbps 2488. 20 GHz Ruggedized Armored Test Port Cable. FC connector) Fixed Optical Attenuator (15 dB.3 Gbps Standard supported OC-3/STM-1 OC-12/STM-4 1GFC OC-24/STM-8 1GE 2GFC OC-48/STM-16 2GE & Infiniband OC-48/STM-16 + (G.975) OC-192/STM-64 + FEC (G. 155 Mbps LowPass Filter.709) XAUI 10GBase-X 10GE (10 GBase-W) & OC-192/STM-64 10GE (10 GBase-R) 10GFC OC-192/STM-64 + FEC (G. Name Option 002 Standard accessories (supplied with the option) Loop Cable from CRU OUT to <1 GHz CLK IN Loop Cable from CRU OUT to ≥1 GHz CLK IN Optional accessories Transit Case Dual External.709) 10GE + FEC10GFC + FEC 115 http://www. humidity 85% Storage: –51˚ to +71˚C Altitude: 4600 meters. MP1026.PULSE PATTERN GENERATORS/ERROR DETECTORS General Specifications Type K female Electrical In port (x2). 2 Vp-p max input (with Option 002) Type K female CRU Out port (with Option 002) Type K female Clock In port: 2 Vp-p max input Optical FC connector for O/E In port (with Option 003) Type K female O/E Out port (with Option 003) RJ45 connector for Ethernet 10/100BASE-T USB2.953 Gbps 10. FC connector) Fixed Optical Attenuator (10 dB.2 Mbps 622.05 m) Ethernet Cable. Model/Order No.anritsu. ±2 V max input Type K female CRU In port. 25 GHz BW) *Each instrument includes standard one-year warranty and Certificate of Calibration and Conformance Standard accessories User’s Guide Soft Carrying Case Compact Flash Card (512 MB) Tilt Bail Master Software Tools CD-ROM Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery AC-DC Adapter 12 V DC Adapter USB A–to mini B Cable. name and quantity when ordering. FC-SPC connector both ends). MP1026. 1. K (m) to K (f). <4 kg (<7. 7 feet (2. 2500 Mbps LowPass Filter.

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544 Mbit/s: DS1 2.096 Gbit/s: FEC 43018.048 Mbit/s: E1 8.84 Mbit/s: STM-0/OC-1 155.) OTN frame SDH frame SONET frame GFP frame O.736 Mbit/s: DS3 139.32 Mbit/s: OC-48 9953.264 Mbit/s: E4 51.52 Mbit/s: STM-1 155.958 OTN/ Tandem connection pattern G.28 Mbit/s: STM-64/OC-192 39813.08 Mbit/s: OC-12 2488.com .52 Mbit/s: OC-3 622.12 Mbit/s: STM-256/OC-768 2666.057 Mbit/s: OTU-1 10709. 2 point CDV ATM over SDH/SONET CID pattern G. etc.707 SDH/ SONET/ Automatic Protection Switch EOS Frame memory/Capture PDH mapping DSn mapping POS Through mode Optical power measurements Jitter/wander measurements Frequency offset Packet capture Protocol decoding Protocol emulation XENPAK measurements RFC2544 Automatic test RFC2889 Automatic test Ethernet Through mode Traffic map Traffic monitor Full wire rate transmission Packet BER measurement Latency Remote Control MP1590B √ √ √ √ √ √ MP1595A √ √ √ √ √ MD1230B CMA 3000 √ √ CMA5000a GigE II CMA5000a -XTA √ √ √ √ √ CMA5000a -UTA √ √ √ √ MT9090A/ MU909060Ax √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ ∗: Requires separate MP1797A.368 Mbit/s: E3 44. 117 http://www.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Selection Guide Bit rate/Interface 1.049 Gbit/s/11.413 Mbit/s: OTU-3 10M/100M Ethernet Measurement Functions Gigabit Ethernet 10 Gigabit Ethernet • Bit Rate/Interface MP1590B √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ MP1595A √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ MD1230B CMA 3000 √ √ √ CMA5000a GigE II CMA5000a -XTA √ √ √ √ √ √ STS-1 electrical √ √ √ √ √ √ √ CMA5000a -UTA MT9090A/ MU909060Ax √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ • • Measurement functions Model Measurement Functions Frequency measurements ISDN.anritsu.821. PDH/DSn Error measurement (G.448 Mbit/s: E2 34.225 Mbit/s: OTU-2 11.08 Mbit/s: STM-4 622.191 test cells 1 point CDV.32 Mbit/s: STM-16 2488.

including PON system verification.anritsu. Versatile Applications 1. and IPTV streaming service verification. IP network equipment evaluation. offering a high-efficiency measurement environment with integrated operations. The MD1230B is the Anritsu solution of choice for all your next-generation network measurement needs. network QoS verification. IP Network Equipment Evaluation (1) High-density Switch Performance Evaluation (2) Automated Switch Performance Measurement (3) Interoperability Verification (4) Physical Layer Measurement 2. In addition. The family supports the full range of access and metro network applications.com . the products combine all the functions required for performance evaluation of IP network equipment and network systems in all-in-one platform. Network System Verification (1) PON System Verification (2) IPTV Streaming Service Verification (3) Carrier Class Network Service Verification • Performance Measurement • Connection Verification • Physical Layer Measurement • Performance Measurement PON System Verification IP Network Equipment Evaluation QoS Network Verification • Monitoring • QoS Verification IPTV Streaming Service Verification • Monitoring 118 http://www.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS DATA QUALITY ANALYZER MD1230B GPIB Ethernet OPTION OPTION IP Testing Instruments Changing in Response to Applications for Metropolitan-area and Access Networks The MD1230B Data Quality Analyzer is a group of IP/Ethernet measuring instruments covering the increasingly active field of next-generation networks.

cost savings. However. the Application Traffic Monitor [Option-20] provides monitoring of burst data with 1 ms resolution for realtime oscilloscope-type analysis that could not be performed previously. Therefore. Error Insertion Network System Verification PON System Verification RFC2544 Throughput Result A single MD1230B unit can control a simultaneous end-to-end evaluation of a 32-branch PON system. IPTV Streaming Service Verification • High-Resolution Traffic Monitor Previous measuring instruments (with 1-s resolution) are inadequate for analyzing burst data that can impact the quality of streaming services.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS IP Network Equipment Evaluation • High-Density Switch Performance Measurements • Physical Layer Measurements One MD1230B unit supports control and measurement of up to 60 ports.anritsu. RFC2889 Result • Connection Verification The following functions make network configuration pre-verification interoperability checks and fault troubleshooting easier. while elimination of link faults improves network connection reliability. shortening evaluation times and improving work efficiency. <Auto Negotiation Analysis> [Option-15] The auto negotiation connection status is easily analyzed using the Sequence Capture and Decode functions to improve the validity of interoperability test verification. respectively. Each unit also supports OAM analysis by capturing and decoding E-PON system frames for verification of PON functions. VLAN networks are supported as well. The variable measurement clock (±100 ppm) and clock monitoring functions of the Clock Measurement Option [MU120131A/ 132A/138A-01]. as well as the error insertion and error measurement functions of the BER Measurement Option [Option-11]. providing a small footprint. IETF RFC2544 and RFC2889-compliant automatic performance testing [Option-10] supports automatic display of measurement results.com . support this verification to assure high-reliability operation at the equipment physical layer. Resolution: 1 ms Supports monitoring of burst data Resolution: 1 s Same Traffic Monitored at Different Resolution 119 http://www. <Link Test> Repeatedly forcing the link on and off permits verification of equipment operation during a Link Flap situation. all 48 ports of the highest-density 1U switch can be load-tested simultaneously. • Automatic Switch Performance Measurement One-button. and effective return on investment. Verification of signal transmission quality is key to improving network reliability.

errors. and delays occurring in actual networks. Errors.anritsu. In addition. which is difficult to achieve intentionally in a real network.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • IP Multicasts (Channel Zapping) Surfing quickly through IPTV channels (called zapping) puts extremely high loads on the network and its routers. Virtual Host (Zapping) Multicast Stream Generation Function IGMP/MLD Host Emulation <Traffic Impairment Emulator>∗1 The following effects can be inserted: • Packet Loss • Error/Packet Overwrite • Delay (Transmission Delay 51. such as IPTV and VoIP streams. because the effect of network faults can be varied in real time. Service quality can be checked by emulating packet loss. Multicast Host Emulation ∗ When using <Multicast Host Emulation> Multicast protocols that can be analyzed and emulated: • IGMPv2/IGMPv3 • MLDv1/MLDv2 [Option-12] test packets • Traffic Impairment Emulator Latency Distribution Carrier Class Network Service Verification • Multiflow Counter QoS Priority Control Verification Emulating high-load conditions and monitoring individual traffic flows under these conditions enables pre-commissioning QoS evaluation and verification.) /Packet Jitter ∗1: The Traffic Impairment Emulator uses Ports 1 and 2 of the MU120121A 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module or the MU120122A Gigabit Ethernet Module. The multicast host emulation feature automatically increases and decreases the number of virtual hosts and channel zapping levels to verify and evaluate IP multicast QoS under high load conditions. Multiflow Monitoring and Capture/Decode Function The Traffic Impairment Emulator [Option-17] emulates network faults to evaluate and verify service quality under hypothetical fault conditions. Lost Packets. ∗2: When using 50-s range (guaranteed bandwidth: 10 Mbps) • Delay Time Distribution (Packet Jitter) Packet jitter impacting the quality of real-time services can be monitored.com . Transmit Delay Delay Variation Congestion 120 http://www. different networks conditions can be emulated effectively.2 s∗2 max.

1ag CCM periodic send∗1. MU120132A Gigabit Ethernet Module. and RFC2889 measurement results can be saved with attached graphs and measurement conditions. MU120121A 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module. Inc. high-load traffic can be generated easily. MU120122A Gigabit Ethernet Module. something that is difficult to do intentionally on a real network. supports more detailed analysis of captured data. allowing up to 8 operators to share a single mainframe by sharing ports. Latency. • Sniffer® is registered trademarks or trademarks of Network General Corporation and/or its affiliates in the US and/or other countries. The RS-232C.1731 and IEEE 801. and OAM frame send and protocol analysis of captured frame ∗1: Enabled with MU120131A 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module. • PC Remote Control Installing the MX123001A Control Software options in an external PC supports remote control of the MD1230B using an identical builtin GUI. LOC/AIS/RDI detection∗1. including MAC. Multiple users are supported. Additionally. -02. The Pause function can be used to save results to reports during measurement. and MU120138A 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module 121 http://www. • Protocol Analysis Useful Functions Stream Generation <Multiflow Counter>∗1 Simultaneous monitoring of every traffic condition (throughout/delay/ frame loss) enables verification of QoS controls and measurement of QoS efficiency. and -03] all support remote commands. LBM/LTM response∗1. MX123002A].IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS <Stream Generation> Full-wire-rate. • Wireshark® is registered trademarks of Gerald Combs. Multiflow Counter. In addition to the standard protocol decoding functions. MU120132A Gigabit Ethernet Module and MU120138A 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module Multiflow Counter Remote GUI Cascade connection of up to 8 units • Remote Control Command Interfaces Using the remote command interface allows automatic control of measuring instruments by sending text-based commands. RFC2544. Using the stream editing functions supports flexible setting of QoS-related parameters. Connecting up to eight MD1230B units in cascade provides expansion to 40 slots. • Report Function Reports are output in HTML format. are provided. • Ethereal® is registered trademarks of Ethereal. RDI addition∗1. ∗1: Using MU120131A 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module.com . the MD1230B supports the Tcl Interface [Option-06]. Counter. VLAN. making it easy to create applications for automatic testing. Flow Definitions (Priority Parameters) • Ethernet OAM Function Verification The Ethernet OAM Protocol Emulation Function [Option-28] imitates equipment supporting Ethernet OAM (MEP) for evaluation and verification of networks and network equipment. Templates with various priority parameters. IP.anritsu. installing the Ethereal®/Wireshark® and Sniffer® Technologies option [Option-04. and Ethernet interfaces [Option-01. <Ethernet OAM Protocol Emulation> Supports ITU-T Y. GPIB. and TCP/UDP port number.

∗5: Supports only Arrival Time Variation Measurement 122 ∗6: Requires XENPAK Test (Option-13) ∗7: Supports SX/LX/LH/ZX for GPIC or SX/LX/LE/LR for SFP ∗8: Requires MU120138A-03 Link Fault Signalling option ∗9: Supports OAM frame send and protocol analysis of captured frame only ∗10: Requires IPv6 Expansion (Option-12) ∗11: Requires IPv6 Expansion (Option-12) when using IPv6 addresses.com . http://www. T 1000BASE-X 1000BASE-X 2 (RJ-45) 4 (RJ-45) 12 (RJ-45) 2 (GBIC) 8 (SFP) 2 (SFP) ∗1 √ √∗1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗4 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗4 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ MU120112A MU120118B/C MU120138A 10GBASE-R 2 (XENPAK)/ 1 (XENPAK) √∗2 4 (SFP+) √∗1 √∗3 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗5 √ √ √∗6 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗5 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗5 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗8 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ ∗1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗1 √∗1 √∗9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ ∗1: Requires MU120131A/32A-01 Clock Measurement option ∗2: Requires XENPAK Test (Option-13). the variable clock of this module supports only the XAUI interface.anritsu. ∗3: Excludes No/Go Check ∗4: Supported by ports 1 and 2. However.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Functions Model Interface Ports (Connector) Clock Variation Link Flap Auto MDI/MDI-X Frame Generation Stream Generation (Tx Stream) Multi-Layer VLAN MAC Address Increment IP Address Increment TCP/UDP Port Number Increment Spanning Tree/Link Aggregation Frame (Option-23) Test Frame Addition Hardware Random Pattern Measurement Counter Multi-Flow Counter Capture Decode Latency Ping Ping6 (Option-12) Arrival Time Variation/Latency Variation Through Mode Monitor Mode Address Swap Mode Unframe BER Test Packet BER Test (Option-11) Auto Negotiation Analysis (Option-15)∗7 Application Traffic Monitor (Option-20) Link Fault Signalling (Option-16) Link Fault Signalling (Module Option-03) XENPAK Test (Option-13) Clock Measurement PoE (Module Option-02) PPPoE (Option-26) Ethernet OAM (Option-28) Automatic Test RFC2544 with VLAN RFC2889 with VLAN (Option-10) Protocol Emulation ARP ICMP OSPF (Option-07) BGP-4 ICMPv6 (Option-12) OSPFv3 (Option-18)∗10 BGP4+ (Option-19)∗10 IGMPv2/IGMPv3 IGAP (Option-14) MLD/MLDv2 (Option-12) MLDA (Option-22)∗10 PIM-SMv2 (Option-21)∗11 MPLS (LDP/CR-LDP) (Option-08) MPLS (RSVP-TE) (Option-09) Other Traffic Impairment Emulator (Option-17)∗4 MU120111A 10/100BASE-T 8 (RJ-45) MU120121A MU120131A MU120122A MU120132A 10/100/1000BASE-T 10/100/1000BASE-T 1000BASE-X. Electrical ports (10/100/1000BASE-T) for MU120121A and Optical ports (1000BASE-X) for MU120122A.

IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Selection Guide • Module Slots Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4 Slot 5 MD1230B ∗ The MD1230B is a 5-slot model accepting up to five measurement modules. Modules 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 2 2 Supported Slots 1 to 5 1 to 5 1 to 5 1 to 5 1 to 5 1 to 5 1 to 5 1 to 5 1 to 5 • Mainframe Options Name RS-232C Control GPIB Control Ethernet Control Decode Module Tcl Interface OSPF Protocol MPLS (LDP/CR-LDP) Protocol MPLS (RSVP) Protocol RFC2889 Benchmarking Test Packet BER Test IPv6 Expansion XENPAK Test IGAP Protocol Auto Negotiation Analysis Link Fault Signalling∗1 Traffic Impairment Emulator OSPFv3 Protocol∗2 BGP4+ Protocol∗2 Application Traffic Monitor PIM-SMv2 Protocol∗3 MLDA Protocol∗2 Spanning Tree/Link Aggregation PPPoE Ethernet OAM Expert Analysis Module∗4 Model/Order No. MU120111A MU120112A MU120121A MU120122A MU120131A MU120132A MU120138A MU120118B MU120118C Module Name 10/100M Ethernet Module Gigabit Ethernet Module 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module Gigabit Ethernet Module 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module Gigabit Ethernet Module 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module No. MU120131A-01. No. of Ports 8 2 4 4 12 8 4 2 1 Max. MD1230B-01 MD1230B-02 MD1230B-03 MD1230B-04 MD1230B-06 MD1230B-07 MD1230B-08 MD1230B-09 MD1230B-10 MD1230B-11 MD1230B-12 MD1230B-13 MD1230B-14 MD1230B-15 MD1230B-16 MD1230B-17 MD1230B-18 MD1230B-19 MD1230B-20 MD1230B-21 MD1230B-22 MD1230B-23 MD1230B-26 MD1230B-28 MX123002A • Module Options Name Clock Measurement PoE Link Fault Signalling∗1 Model/Order No. Choose the MU120138A-03 when using the Link Fault Signalling option for the MU120138A 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module. MU120138A-01 MU120131A-02 MU120138A-03 ∗1: This option is for the MU120138A 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module.com .anritsu. • Installed Module Combinations Model/Order No. Choose the MD1230B-16 when using the Link Fault Signalling option for the MU120118B/C 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module. ∗1: This option is for the MU120118B/C 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module. of Slots Required 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 No. ∗2: Requires Option-12 IPv6 Expansion ∗3: Requires Option-12 IPv6 Expansion when using IPv6 addresses ∗4: Requires Option-04 Decode Module 123 http://www. MU120132A-01.

In addition. cross). cross). In addition. 5 m LAN Cable (CAT5. 5 m LAN Cable (CAT5E. 2 m LAN Cable (CAT5. 2 m∗20 GPIB Cable. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Duplex. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Duplex. 5 m LAN Cable (CAT5E. LC-LC connector). ∗15: SFP modules sold as single units. Two can be mounted in MU120112A. requires MX123001A and MX123001A-01 for installing this software in PC. ∗14: GBIC modules sold as single units. LC-SC connector). In addition. 1 m LAN Cable (CAT5E. 0. requires MX123001A for installing this software in PC. SM. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Duplex. 2008 with the "Supports Opt. and J1164A MDIO cable required along with separate external power supply (5 V. cross). non-Anritsu modules not guaranteed. operation with ∗6: Requires SFP+ module (sold separately). 15 A∗1: Front Cover (for 3/4MW4U)∗1: Side Cover∗1: MD1230/MP1590 Family Software CD∗1. straight). SC-SC connector). ∗17: SFP+ modules sold as single units. 0. purchased separately Software Data Quality Analyzer Control Software∗7 Data Quality Analyzer Control Software (5 licenses)∗7 Data Quality Analyzer Control Software (8 licenses)∗7 Remote Control Software for MD1230A-04∗11 Remote Control Software for MD1230A-04 (5 licenses)∗11 Remote Control Software for MD1230A-04 (8 licenses)∗11 MD1230A Expert Analysis Module∗12 Remote Control Software for MX123002A∗13 Remote Control Software for MX123002A (5 licenses)∗13 Remote Control Software for MX123002A (8 licenses)∗13 Software options Tcl Interface∗7 RS-232C Control GPIB Control Ethernet Control Optional accessories GBIC SX 850 nm∗14 GBIC LX 1310 nm∗14 GBIC LH 1310 nm∗14 GBIC ZX 1550 nm∗14 GBIC T(1000 BASE-T)∗14 SFP SX 850 nm∗15 SFP LX 1310 nm∗15 SFP LE 1310 nm∗15 SFP LR 1550 nm∗15 XENPAK (10GBASE-SR)∗16 XENPAK (10GBASE-LR)∗16 XENPAK (10GBASE-ER)∗16 SFP+ SR 850 nm∗17 SFP+ LR 1310 nm∗17 ∗9: Only ports 1 and 2 of the MU120121A/122A support the MD1230B-17 Traffic Impairment Emulator option. operation with ∗5: Requires SFP modules (sold separately). MZ1222A XENPAK interface. 0. 4 A) ∗19: MZ1222A supplied by a 1. ∗12: Requires separate MD1230B-04 ∗13: Requires MD1230B-04 and MX123002A for main frame control. non-Anritsu modules not guaranteed. In addition. In addition. release notes and operation manual and cannot be ∗3: Requires GBIC module (sold separately) .5 m Optical Fiber Cord (SM. operation with ∗4: Requires XENPAK module (sold separately) . LC-LC connector). DO NOT install in MU120118A/B/C units without “With APS” sticker. name and quantity when ordering. Model/Order No. LC-SC connector). GI. straight). J1163A XAUI cable. Two can be mounted in MU120118B and one in MU120118C. SM. operation with ∗7: MD1230B-03 not required ∗8: The MD1230B-16 is supported by the MU120118B/C.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. MM). ∗16: XENPAK modules sold as single units. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Duplex. GI. ∗18: When using XAUI extender. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (GI. G0192A and G0193A have “Only for APS” stickers attached. SC-SC connector). 5 m Keyboard (PS/2) USB Mouse Carrying Case (3/4MW4U. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. In addition. 15 dB) XAUI Extender∗18 XENPAK Interface∗19 XAUI Cable. J1049A J1049B J1049C MZ1221A MZ1222A J1163A J1164A J0660B J0773B J1119B J1271 J1272 J1273 J1274 J0775B J0775D J0008 J1109B J1110B J1275 J1275B J1275C J1275D Z0321A Z0541A B0336C B0530 B0533 B0448 B0593A Z0849A W1927AE W1928AE W1929AE W2107AE W2122AE W2134AE W2906AE W2108AE W1931AE Name Fixed Optical Attenuator (SC. 2. Four can be mounted in MU120138A. 5 dB) Fixed Optical Attenuator (SC. non-Anritsu modules not guaranteed. MD1230B use BNC connectors. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Duplex. 350D) Carrying Case caster for B0336C Carrying Case Soft Case Blank Panel MD1230/MP1590 Family Manual CD MD1230A/B Operation Manual MX123001A Control Software Operation Manual MD1230A Remote Control Operation Manual MD1230A-04/MX123001A-01 Operation Manual MD1230A-06 Tcl Interface Operation Manual Application Traffic Monitor Operation Manual PPPoE Operation Manual MX123002A/MX123003A Operation Manual Ethernet Module Operation Manual Standard accessories Power Cord. Moreover.17" sticker support the option. 75 Ω). ∗20: Required for synchronizing time between several units. 10 dB) Fixed Optical Attenuator (SC. ∗10: Requires separate MD1230B-12 ∗11: Requires MD1230B-04 for main frame control.anritsu. straight). Two can be mounted in MU120122A and eight in MU120132A. non-Anritsu modules not guaranteed The MD120138A-03 is supported by the MU120138A. 124 http://www.com . 2 m Coaxial Cable (BNC-P620 • 3C-2WS • BNC-P620. MD1230B J0017 F0113 B0329G B0500A Z0847A MU120111A MU120112A MU120118B MU120118C MU120121A MU120122A MU120131A MU120132A MU120138A MD1230B-01 MD1230B-02 MD1230B-03 MD1230B-04 MD1230B-06 MD1230B-07 MD1230B-08 MD1230B-09 MD1230B-10 MD1230B-11 MD1230B-12 MD1230B-13 MD1230B-14 MD1230B-15 MD1230B-16 MD1230B-17 MD1230B-18 MD1230B-19 MD1230B-20 MD1230B-21 MD1230B-22 MD1230B-23 MD1230B-26 MD1230B-28 MU120131A-01 MU120131A-02 MU120132A-01 MU120138A-01 MU120138A-03 MX123001A MX123001A-05 MX123001A-08 MX123001A-01 MX123001A-15 MX123001A-18 MX123002A MX123003A MX123003A-05 MX123003A-08 MX123001A-06 MX123001A-07 MX123001A-09 MX123001A-10 G0105A G0106A G0107A G0108A G0124A G0181A G0182A G0183A G0184A G0132 G0192A G0193A G0238A G0239A Main frame Data Quality Analyzer Name Model/Order No. ∗2: Plug-in modules 10/100M Ethernet Module Gigabit Ethernet Module∗3 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module∗4 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module∗4 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module Gigabit Ethernet Module∗5 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module Gigabit Ethernet Module∗5 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module∗6 Options RS-232C Control GPIB Control Ethernet Control MD1230B Decode Module Tcl Interface∗7 OSPF Protocol MPLS (LDP/CR-LDP) Protocol MPLS (RSVP) Protocol RFC2889 Benchmarking Test Packet BER Test IPv6 Expansion XENPAK Test IGAP Protocol Auto Negotiation Analysis Link Fault Signalling∗8 Traffic Impairment Emulator∗9 OSPFv3 Protocol∗10 BGP4+ Protocol∗10 Application Traffic Monitor PIM-SMv2 Protocol MLDA Protocol∗10 Spanning Tree/Link Aggregation PPPoE Ethernet OAM Clock Measurement PoE Clock Measurement Clock Measurement Link Fault Signalling∗8 1 1 1 1 1 pc pc pc pc pc ∗1: Supplied with main frame ∗2: CD includes installer. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.5 m∗1: Fuse.5 m∗20 Coaxial Cable (BNC-P620 • 3C-2WS • BNC-P620. only MU120121A/122A models shipped after March 7. 1 m LAN Cable (CAT5E. G0192A and G0193A only supported by MU120118A/B/C units with "With APS" sticker.8-V APS.5 m MDIO Cable. J0775B/D is required for connecting BNC connectors. 75 Ω).

MU120131A-ES210. MD1230B-40 must be purchased separately to use software upgrade service in second year following bundled free 1-year period from MD1230B purchase. MU120132A-ES510. MU120112A-ES310. MU120111A-ES210. 3. MU120118B-ES310. or 5 years. MU120118C-ES310. • Maintenance Service Model/Order No. MU120122A-ES310.) ∗∗∗-ES210: MD1230B-ES210. MU120121A-ES510.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Other • Software Upgrade Service Model/Order No. MU120122A-ES510. MD1230B-40 Name Software upgrade service Annual Software Upgrade Service ∗: Option for latest version of the MD1230B's modules and software. MU120131A-ES510. Available for 1-year periods only and no combinations of several multi-year contracts. MU120132A-ES210. MU120121A-ES210. MU120111A-ES310. MU120138A-ES210 ∗∗∗-ES310: MD1230B-ES310. MU120118B-ES210. MU120111A-ES510. at standard warranty expiry. Name Maintenance service 2 Years Extended Warranty Service 3 Years Extended Warranty Service 5 Years Extended Warranty Service ∗∗∗-ES210 ∗∗∗-ES310 ∗∗∗-ES510 ∗: Extends standard 1-year warranty at purchase to 2.anritsu. or as combination of several multi-year contracts. MU120112A-ES210. MU120122A-ES210. MU120132A-ES310. MU120121A-ES310. Must be purchased separately when purchasing new Anritsu product. MU120131A-ES310. MU120118B-ES510. MU120112A-ES510. MU120118C-ES210. MU120138A-ES510 125 http://www.com . MU120118C-ES510. (Cannot be purchased midway through standard 1-year warranty. MU120138A-ES310 ∗∗∗-ES510: MD1230B-ES510.

com . Gigabit. and 10 Gigabit Ethernet measurements MP1590B Main Frame Front View Side View 6-slot Integrated screen model Built-in Windows® XP operating system Dimensions: 320 (W) × 177 (H) × 350 (D) mm Mass: 13 kg max. • Simultaneous Multichannel Measurement • An all-in-one instrument for measuring SDH/SONET/OTN/PDH/ DSn/Jitter performance • Supports EoS (GFP. LCAS. equipment and devices with SDH/SONET/OTN/PDH/DSn interfaces. The MP1590B also supports both Ethernet and IP technologies with a variety of applications such as QoS and IPTV streaming service tests. VCAT.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS NETWORK PERFORMANCE TESTER MP1590B GPIB Ethernet OPTION OPTION All-In-One Next-Generation Network Testing SDH/SONET/OTN/PDH/DSn/Jitter/EoS/Ethernet/IP Analyzer The dawn of the NGN era and the spread of high value-added and seamless networks are driving the need for high-level testing and evaluation of these networks and their network devices. and EOS measurements of networks.anritsu. This tester family is the perfect tool for performing the wide range of measurements covering the physical to application layers needed for constructing next-generation networks. (excl. Anritsu's MP1590B supports performance. 126 http://www. jitter. Using modular plug-in units. Differential Delay) measurements • Supports 10/100/1000M. options and units) • Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.

In the 10G band. Telcordia and IEEE compliance tests of 1. a high-accuracy jitter measurement option can be installed in the MP1590B to perform high-accuracy and highrepeatability measurements with calibration based on Appendix VIII of the April 2005 ITU-T O.5M to 11. jitter measurement is still in full compliance with the April 2005 ITU-T O. When required. and devices supporting these standards: • Multichannel Measurement • Error/Alarm Measurements • Alarm Detection and Removal Conditions Setting Function • Delay Time Measurement • APS (Automatic Protection Switching) Measurement • Through Mode Function • Overhead Editing Function • Monitor Functions • Unframe BER Measurement • Variable Frequency Offset Function • FEC Performance Measurement • 10G Ethernet Measurement Sending remote control commands via the Ethernet/RS-232C/GPIB interfaces makes it easy to configure a customized measurement environment for maintenance. 127 http://www.3 Gbit/s transfers used by 10G Ethernet can be measured. The MP1590B supports the following ITU-T and Telcordia-compliant SDH/SONET/OTN measurements from 52 Mbit/s to 10.anritsu. Anritsu is a proactive member of the ITU-T standardization working groups and has extensive knowledge and practical experience of jitter measurement that is incorporated in the MP1590B.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SDH/SONET/OTN/PDH/DSn/10G Ethernet Performance Measurements SDH/SONET/OTN Jitter Measurements Jitter is a key index expressing the performance and quality of SDH/ SONET and OTN transmission equipment and devices. Different bit rates can be specified for MP1590B Tx and Rx signals.1G SDH/SONET/OTN/PDH/DSn/10G Ethernet equipment. • Jitter Generation Measurement • Jitter Tolerance Measurement • Jitter Transfer Measurement DUT MP1590B Line Side Client Side MP1590B OTU2 OTU1 OTU1e/OTU2e STM-64/OC-192 STM-16/OC-48 10G Ethernet The user can set any mask standard values for these measurements. The following functions can be used to evaluate the performance of networks. This means that line. But even without this option.172 standards.com . supporting configuration of an efficient measurement environment. Jitter evaluation is also an important part of assuring interoperability and network stability. jitter measurement of 10.7 Gbit/s: The MP1590B supports ITU-T. installation. R&D. Because the MP1590B supports optical. equipment. and manufacturing. electrical and electrical differential (10G band only) interfaces. network equipment jitter as well as device and optical module jitter can be measured.172 standard.and client-side equipment and networks can be tested simultaneously.

Adding an Ethernet unit to the configuration enables a seamless client.5 Mbit/s to 2. 1000BASE-X. and more.86) encapsulated EoS frames. LEX. and 10GBASE-X Ethernet measurements using plug-in Ethernet modules. traffic measurements. the MU150101A 2. 128 http://www. and LAPS (X. a single unit can measure the performance MSPP/MSTP equipment used in combination with SDH/SONET/ OTN/PDH/DSn plug-in modules. Ethernet OAM emulation. MP1590B 10/100/1000BASE-T 1000BASE-X 10GBASE-X • Load Tests Stream Generation Variable Tx Clock Offset • Traffic Measurement Various Counters Packet Jitter/Latency Through Mode Frequency Measurement • Packet Analysis Packet Capture/Protocol Decode In addition to EoS measurements. LEX. auto-negotiation analysis.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS EoS (Ethernet over SDH/SONET) Measurements The MP1590B supports the following measurements for nextgeneration SDH/SONET: Ethernet Performance Measurement • GFP-F. they can also be used as genuine IP testers for Ethernet interfaces. even when VLAN tags and IP and TCP/UDP headers are attached.6G EoS Unit used here also supports POS measurements and performance measurements of 1. • Load Tests GFP-F/LAPS/LEX (X. PPP Encapsulation • Virtual Concatenation Member Editing Function • Virtual Concatenation Group (VCG) Auto-detect Function • Differential Delay Add/Monitor Function • LCAS Autonegotiation Function • LCAS Sequence Generation/Capture Function • Path Monitor Function Line Side EoS Network Simultaneous Measurement of Gigabit Ethernet and EoS (SDH/SONET) The MP1590B supports all the key tests of devices and networks. 86) Frame Stream Generation Variable Tx Clock Offset Traffic Impairment Emulation • Traffic Measurement Various Counters/Multiflow Counters High-Resolution Traffic Monitor Packet Jitter/Latency Through Mode Frequency Measurement • Packet Analysis Packet Capture/Protocol Decode • Auto-measurement RFC2544/RFC2889 Auto-measurement MSPP/MSTP Equipment SDH/SONET OTN PDH/DSn Ethernet Frame MP1590B Client Side The following measurements are supported because the MP1590B can generate GFP-F.6 Gbit/s SDH/SONET/OTN/PDH/ DSn. facilitating a wide range of applications.com . See the MD1230 family catalog for the individual Ethernet module specifications. As a result.5/2. and packet analysis. By taking advantage of the Ethernet module functions listed on the right. performance tests. The MP1590B supports 10/100/1000BASE-T. RFC2544/RFC2889 auto-measurements. such as load tests. LAPS (X.anritsu.and line-side measurement environment using only one main frame.86). They can also be used for IPV6 measurements.

T 1000BASE-T 1000BASE-X 10GBASE-R 1000BASE-X 2 (RJ-45) 2 (XENPAK)/ 8 (RJ-45) 4 (RJ-45) 12 (RJ-45) 2 (GBIC) 8 (SFP) 4 (SFP+) 2 (SFP) 1 (XENPAK) √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ ∗4 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗4 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗5 √ √ √∗6 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ ∗1 √ √∗2 √∗1 √∗3 √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗5 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗5 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗8 √ √ √∗9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ ∗1 √ √ √ √ √ √∗9 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ ∗1: Requires MU120131A/32A/38A-01 Clock Measurement option ∗2: Requires XENPAK Test (Option-13).com . ∗3: Excludes No/Go Check ∗4: Supported by ports 1 and 2.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ethernet Unit Functions Model Interface Ports (Connector) Clock Variation Link Flap Auto MDI/MDI-X Frame Generation Stream Generation (Tx Stream) Multi-Layer VLAN MAC Address Increment IP Address Increment TCP/UDP Port Number Increment Test Frame Addition Hardware Random Pattern Measurement Counter Multi-Flow Counter Capture Decode Latency Ping Ping6 (Option-12) Arrival Time Variation/Latency Variation Through Mode Monitor Mode Address Swap Mode Unframe BER Test Packet BER Test (Option-11) Auto Negotiation Analysis (Option-15)∗7 Application Traffic Monitor (Option-20) Link Fault Signalling (Option-16) Link Fault Signalling (Module Option-03) XENPAK Test (Option-13) Clock Measurement PoE (Module Option-02) Ethernet OAM (Option-28) Automatic Test RFC2544 with VLAN RFC2889 with VLAN (Option-10) Protocol Emulation ARP ICMP OSPF (Option-07) BGP-4 ICMPv6 (Option-12) IGMPv2/IGMPv3 IGAP (Option-14) MLD/MLDv2 (Option-12) MPLS (LDP/CR-LDP) (Option-08) MPLS (RSVP-TE) (Option-09) Other Traffic Impairment Emulator (Option-17)∗4 MU120111A MU120121A MU120131A MU120112A MU120122A MU120132A MU120118B/C MU120138A 10/100/ 10/100BASE-T 10/100/1000BASE-T 1000BASE-X. ∗5: Supports only Arrival Time Variation Measurement ∗6: Requires XENPAK Test (Option-13) ∗7: Supports SX/LX/LH/ZX for GBIC or SX/LX/LE/LR for SFP ∗8: Requires MU120138A-03 Link Fault Signalling option ∗9: Supports OAM frame send and protocol analysis of captured frame only 129 http://www.anritsu. the variable clock of this unit supports only the XAUI interface. Electrical ports (10/100/1000BASE-T) for MU120121A and optical ports (1000BASE-X) for MU120122A. However.

∗2: Supports installation of Ethernet units in blank slots but with restrictions on position and number.7 Gbit/s 11.3 Gbit/s 10 Mbit/s to 10 Gbit/s 156 Mbit/s to 2488 Mbit/s 1.anritsu.3 Gbit/s∗3 √∗1 √∗1 ∗1: Requires addition of separate option. ∗3: 10. Supported Mappings • OTN Mappings OTU2 (10.5 Mbit/s to 139 Mbit/s 52 Mbit/s to 156 Mbit/s √∗2 √∗2 √∗1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √ √ √ √ √∗2 √∗1 √∗2 Jitter Measurement SDH/ SONET 622 Mbit/s to 2488 Mbit/s 9953 Mbit/s 2666 Mbit/s OTN 10.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SDH/SONET/OTN/PDH/DSn/10G Ethernet/Jitter/EoS Interface List For SDH/ SONET/OTN/ PDH/DSn/ 10G Ethernet/ Performance Measurement Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4 Slot 5 Slot 6 Interface Electrical Electrical• Optical Optical Electrical• Optical Electrical differential Optical Electrical• Optical Optical Electrical• Optical Electrical differential Electrical• Optical Optical Electrical Electrical• Optical Optical Electrical• Optical Electrical differential Optical Electrical• Optical Optical Electrical• Optical Electrical differential MU150110A Blank Blank Blank Blank √ √ √ √ For EoS For Ethernet Measurement Measurement Typical Configuration For SDH/SONET/OTN/Jitter Measurement MU150110A MU150110A MU150110A MU150101A MU150101A MU150121A MU150121B MU150121B MU150123A MU150123B MU150124B Blank Blank Blank Blank Blank Blank √ √ √ Model/Slot Position MP1590B MU150125A MU150125A MU150125A MU150125A Blank Blank Blank Blank Blank Blank Item Bit Rate PDH/DSn 1.66 Gbit/s) Mapping structure OTU2e (11.7 Gbit/s 11.5 Mbit/s to 139 Mbit/s 52 Mbit/s to 156 Mbit/s √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √ √ √ Performance Measurement SDH/ SONET 622 Mbit/s to 2488 Mbit/s 9953 Mbit/s 2666 Mbit/s √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 √∗1 OTN 10.3 Gbit/s jitter measurement supports only No Frame.com .04 Gbit/s) Mapping structure • 10G Ethernet Mapping 10.04 Gbit/s to 11.04 Gbit/s to 11. See page 132 of the Selection guide for more details.09 Gbit/s) Mapping structure OTU1e (11.71 Gbit/s) Mapping structure OTU1 (2.3G Mapping structure 130 http://www.09 Gbit/s 10G Ethernet 10.09 Gbit/s 10G Ethernet Ethernet EoS PDH/DSn 10.

IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • SDH Mappings SDH Mapping structure SDH Concatenation mapping structure SDH Virtual concatenation mapping structure • SONET Mappings SONET Mapping structure SONET Concatenation mapping structure SONET Virtual concatenation mapping structure ∗1: Not supported in multichannel mode ∗2: The maximum value of n is 16. STS3c#25 to STS3c#32. AUG#33 to AUG#40. AUG#41 to AUG#48. AUG#17 to AUG#24. STS3c#1 to STS3c#8. AUG#49 to AUG#56. AUG#1 to AUG#8. STS3c#9 to STS3c#16. STS3c#17 to STS3c#24. However. Links cannot be made across the following groups. STS3c#57 to STS3c#64 131 http://www. However. STS3c#49 to STS3c#56. AUG#57 to AUG#64 ∗3: The maximum value of n is 16. this value is 8 in the multichannel mode.com . STS3c#41 to STS3c#48. STS3c#33 to STS3c#40. AUG#25 to AUG#32. Links cannot be made across the following groups. AUG#9 to AUG#16.anritsu. this value is 8 in the multichannel mode.

of Ports 8 2 4 4 12 8 2 1 4 Max. No.5 19 19 15 13 19 10 11 10 7 0.5 0.5 0.5/2.3G Optical/Electrical Unit (Rx Wide) 10/10.7G Optical Unit (Tx) 10/10.7G Optical/Electrical Unit (Tx) 10/10. Choose the MU120138A-03 when using the Link Fault Signalling option for the MU120138A 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module.7G Optical Unit (Rx Wide) 10/10. of Slots Required 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 – No.7G Optical/Electrical Unit (Rx Wide) 10.5 0. MP1590B-01 MP1590B-02 MP1590B-03 MP1590B-07 MP1590B-08 MP1590B-09 MP1590B-10 MP1590B-11 MP1590B-12 MP1590B-13 MP1590B-14 MP1590B-15 MP1590B-16 MP1590B-17 MP1590B-20 MP1590B-28 MP1590B-30 ∗: This option is for the MU120118B/C 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module.7G Jitter Unit No.5 5. • MP1590B Main Frame Options Name RS-232C Control GPIB Control Ethernet Control OSPF Protocol MPLS (LDP/CR-LDP) Protocol MPLS (RSVP) Protocol RFC2889 Benchmarking Test Packet BER Test IPv6 Expansion XENPAK Test IGAP Protocol Auto Negotiation Analysis Link Fault Signalling∗ Traffic Impairment Emulator Application Traffic Monitor Ethernet OAM High Precision Jitter Analysis Model/Order No.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Selection Guide • Unit Insertion Positions Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 Slot 4 Slot 5 Slot 6 MP1590B • Plug-in Unit Insertion Table Model/Order No.5 0. MU120111A MU120112A MU120121A MU120122A MU120131A MU120132A MU120118B MU120118C MU120138A MU150110A MU150101A MU150121A MU150121B MU150123A MU150123B MU150124B MU150125A Module Name 10/100M Ethernet Module Gigabit Ethernet Module 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module Gigabit Ethernet Module 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module Gigabit Ethernet Module 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module Multirate Unit 2.6G EoS Unit 10/10. Modules 4 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Supported Slots 3 to 6 3 to 6 3 to 6 3 to 6 3 to 6 3 to 6 4 to 6 4 to 6 3 to 6 1 to 2 1 to 2 3 3 4 4 4 5 to 6 Current Consumption (A)∗ 5.5 2 ∗: Ensure that the total current consumption for all plug-in units inserted in the MP1590B does not exceed 38 A.com . 132 http://www.anritsu.

IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Plug-in Unit Options MU150121A/21B MU150123A/23B MU120131A MU120132A MU120138A MU150101A MU150124B √ √ √ √ Model/Order No. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. FC connector)∗6: Semi-rigid Cable (136.6 mm)∗8. 2. Please specify the model/order number. ∗4: Fixed Optical Attenuator (10 dB. ∗12: Plug-in units Multirate Unit∗13.7G Jitter Unit 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 pc pcs pc pc pc pc/2 pcs pc pc pcs pc pc/2 pcs pc pc pcs pc pc Model/Order No.3 mm)∗7: Semi-rigid Cable (56. name and quantity when ordering. ∗2: Replaceable Optical Connector (FC-PC)∗3. ∗18 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module∗16 Gigabit Ethernet Module∗16.1G GFP-F/LEX/LAPS POS HO Virtual Concatenation LO Virtual Concatenation LCAS Differential Delay Wander Measurement 10.6 m∗1: Fuse.7G Optical/Electrical Unit (Rx Wide) 10. Name MU150125A √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ MU150110A MU120131A/32A/38A-01 Ethernet Unit MU120131A-02 MU120138A-03 MU150101A/21A/21B-01 MU150101A/21A/21B-02 MU150101A/21A/21B-03 MU150110A-004.6G Eos Unit∗15 10/10. MU120111A MU120112A MU120118B MU120118C MU120121A MU120122A MU120131A MU120132A MU120138A MP1590B-01 MP1590B-02 MP1590B-03 MP1590B-07 MP1590B-08 MP1590B-09 MP1590B-10 MP1590B-11 MP1590B-12 MP1590B-13 MP1590B-14 MP1590B-15 MP1590B-16 MP1590B-17 MP1590B-20 MP1590B-28 MP1590B-30 Name 10/100M Ethernet Module∗16 Gigabit Ethernet Module∗16.com .7G Optical/Electrical Unit (Tx)∗15 10/10. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. Ordering Information Choose the MP1590B-16 when using the Link Fault Signalling option for the MU120118B/C 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module. ∗18 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module∗16. ∗19 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module∗16.3G Insert/Extract Multichannel Measurement ST Connector DIN Connector SC Connector HMS-10/A Connector √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ ∗ Order additional J1349A when Ethernet unit installed simultaneously in SDH/SONET/OTN/PDH/DSn unit and jitter unit configurations.anritsu.55 μm Optical Output Power Adjustable OTU1/OTU2 OTU1 OTU2 11. ∗17 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module∗16. ∗14 2. MU150125A-06 MU150110A-009 MU150110A-010 MU150110A/01A/21A/21B/23A/23B/24B-38 MU150110A/01A/21A/21B/23A/23B/24B-39 MU150110A/01A/21A/21B/23A/23B/24B-40 MU150110A/01A/21A/21B/23A/23B/24B-43 Clock Measurement PoE Link Fault Signalling∗1 Wave length 1.55 μm Wave length 1.31 μm/1. MP1590B J0491 F0105 E0010 B0329G Z0847A J0617B J0747B J0747C J1003N J1003P J1003Q J1003R J1003S J1003T J0500A J0994 MU150110A MU150101A MU150121A MU150121B MU150123A MU150123B MU150124B MU150125A Name Main frame Network Performance Tester Standard accessories Shield Power Cord.5 mm)∗10: Semi-rigid Cable (67 mm)∗11: Semi-rigid Cable 50 cm∗11: Terminator (50 Ω)∗11. Model/Order No.31 μm Wave length 1.7G Optical Unit (Rx Wide) 10/10.3G Optical/Electrical Unit (Rx Wide) 10/10. FC connector)∗5: Fixed Optical Attenuator (15 dB. ∗20 Options RS-232C GPIB LAN OSPF Protocol MPLS (LDP/CR-LDP) Protocol MPLS (RSVP) Protocol RFC2899 Benchmarking Test Packet BER Test IPv6 Expansion XENPAK Test IGAP Protocol Auto Negotiation Analysis Link Fault Signalling∗21 Traffic Impairment Emulator∗22 Application Traffic Monitor Ethernet OAM High Precision Jitter Analysis∗23 Continued on next page 133 http://www. MU150101A/21A/21B-04 MU150110A-005. MU150125A-05 MU150101A-05 MU150123A/23B-05 MU150110A-006 MU150101A-06 MU150101A-07 SDH/SONET/ OTN/PDH/DSn/ Jitter/EoS Unit MU150101A-11 MU150101A-12 MU150101A-13 MU150101A-14 MU150125A-01 MU150110A-008. ∗19 10/100/1000M Ethernet Module∗16 Gigabit Ethernet Module∗16. ∗9: Semi-rigid Cable (55. 10 A∗1: Side Cover∗1: Front Cover (for 3/4MW4U)*1: MD1230/MP1590 Family Software CD∗1.5/2.7G Optical Unit (Tx)∗15 10/10.6 mm)∗7: Semi-rigid Cable (96 mm)∗7: Semi-rigid Cable (75. ∗1: This option is for the MU120138A 10 Gigabit Ethernet Module.

LC-LC connector). 1 set) SC Connector (replaceable. 2 m LAN Cable (CAT5. LC-LC connector).anritsu. LC-LC connector). 3 m Optical Fiber Cord (SM. SM.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Model/Order No. GI.6 mm) Semi-rigid Cable (55. SM.55 μm Wavelength 1. 1 set) Replaceable Optical Connector (FC-PC) Fixed Optical Attenuator (10 dB. straight). FC Connector) Fixed Optical Attenuator (15 dB.5 m MDIO Cable.3G Insert/Extract Multichannel Measurement ST Connector∗25 DIN Connector∗25 SC Connector∗25 HMS-10/A Connector∗25 Wavelength 1.55 μm Optical Output Power Adjustable ST Connector∗25 DIN Connector∗25 SC Connector∗25 HMS-10/A Connector∗25 OTU2 ST Connector∗25 DIN Connector∗25 SC Connector∗25 HMS-10/A Connector∗25 OTU2 ST Connector∗25 DIN Connector∗25 SC Connector∗25 HMS-10/A Connector∗25 ST Connector∗25 DIN Connector∗25 SC Connector∗25 HMS-10/A Connector∗25 Wander Measurement OTU1/OTU2 10. SM. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Duplex. with protective caps. 1 m LAN Cable (CAT5E. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Duplex.5 mm) Coaxial Cable (BNC-P-3W · 3D-2W · BNC-P-3W. 1 set) FC Connector (replaceable. SM. LC-SC connector). cross). LC-LC connector). 0. LC-SC connector). 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Simplex. 0.31 μm Wavelength 1. SC-SC connector).5 m Optical Fiber Cable (SM.55 μm Wavelength 1. with protective caps. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (GI. straight). with protective caps. 1 m LAN Cable (CAT5E. 15 dB) Fixed Optical Attenuator (5 dB.com . with protective caps. 1 set) DIN Connector (replaceable. 2 m GPIB Cable. FC-SPC connector both ends).1G 10.55 μm Optical Output Power Adjustable OTU1 GFP-F/LEX/LAPS POS HO Virtual Concatenation LO Virtual Concatenation LCAS Differential Delay∗26 ST Connector∗25 DIN Connector∗25 SC Connector∗25 HMS-10/A Connector∗25 Wavelength 1.55 μm Optical Output Power Adjustable ST Connector∗25 DIN Connector∗25 SC Connector∗25 HMS-10/A Connector∗25 Wavelength 1. 10 dB) Fixed Optical Attenuator (SC. 1 m Optical Fiber Cable (SM. SC-SC connector). G0105A G0106A G0107A G0108A G0124A G0181A G0182A G0183A G0184A G0132 G0192A G0193A G0238A G0239A G0194A G0195A J0796A J0796B J0796C J0796D J0796E J0617B J0747B J0747C J0747D J1049A J1049B J1049C J1376A MZ1221A MZ1222A J1163A J1164A J0635A J0635B J0635C J0660B J0773B J1344A J1327B J1119B J1271 J1272 J1273 J1274 J1139A J1003N J1003P J1003Q J1003R J1003S J0776D J0322B J0696A J1268 J1349A J1173 J1059B J1060B J0008 J1109B J1110B J1275 J1275B J1275C J1275D Z0989A Z0990A Z0321A Z0541A Z0282 Z0283 Z0284 Z0838A Name Optional accessories GBIC SX 850 nm∗28 GBIC LX 1310 nm∗28 GBIC LH 1310 nm∗28 GBIC ZX 1550 nm∗28 GBIC T (1000 BASE-T)∗28 SFP SX 850 nm∗29 SFP LX 1310 nm∗29 SFP LE 1310 nm∗29 SFP LR 1550 nm∗29 XENPAK (10 GBASE-SR)∗30 XENPAK (10 GBASE-LR)∗30 XENPAK (10 GBASE-ER)∗30 SFP+ SR 850 nm∗31 SFP+ LR 1310 nm∗31 1310 nm XFP Module∗32 1550 nm XFP Module∗32 ST Connector (replaceable.31 /1. FC Connector) Fixed Optical Attenuator (20 dB.5 m Semiflexible Coaxial Cable Coaxial Cable.3 m 6020180 Power Divider Balanced Cable (RJ-45/Siemens 3P). 5 m LAN Cable (CAT5E.31/1. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Duplex. 2 m Coaxial Cable (11SMA · SUCOFLEX104 · 11SMA). 5 m LAN Cable (CAT5.31 μm Wavelength 1. LC-FC connector). GI. 5 m LAN Cable (CAT5E. 0.3G Clock Measurement PoE PoE Retrofit Clock Measurement Clock Measurement Link Fault Signalling∗21 Software Network Performance Tester Control Software∗27 Network Performance Tester Control Software (5 licenses) Network Performance Tester Control Software (8 licenses) Software Options RS-232C Control GPIB Control Ethernet Control Model/Order No. 2 m Optical Fiber Cable (SM. FC-SPC connector both ends). 5 m 1310 nm XFP Kit∗35 1550 nm XFP Kit∗36 Keyboard (PS/2) USB Mouse Ferrule Cleaner Ferrule Cleaner Replacement Tape Adapter Cleaner Stick Cleaner 1.6 mm) Semi-rigid Cable (96 mm) Semi-rigid Cable (75. with protective caps. LC connector) XAUI Extender∗33 XENPAK Interface∗34 XAUI Cable. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Simplex. FC Connector) Fixed Optical Attenuator (SC. SM. 1 m Coaxial Cable (AA-165-500).3 mm) Semi-rigid Cable (56. 1 m Semi-rigid Cable (136. 50 Ω).55 μm Wavelength 1.31/1.25 mm (250 pcs/set) Continued on next page 134 http://www. 0. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Duplex. cross). 1 set) HMS-10/A Connector (replaceable. straight). cross). MU150110A-004 MU150110A-005 MU150110A-006 MU150110A-008 MU150110A-009 MU150110A-010 MU150110A-038 MU150110A-039 MU150110A-040 MU150110A-043 MU150101A-01 MU150101A-02 MU150101A-03 MU150101A-04 MU150101A-05 MU150101A-06 MU150101A-07 MU150101A-11 MU150101A-12 MU150101A-13 MU150101A-14 MU150101A-38 MU150101A-39 MU150101A-40 MU150101A-43 MU150121A-01 MU150121A-02 MU150121A-03 MU150121A-04 MU150121A-38 MU150121A-39 MU150121A-40 MU150121A-43 MU150121B-01 MU150121B-02 MU150121B-03 MU150121B-04 MU150121B-38 MU150121B-39 MU150121B-40 MU150121B-43 MU150123A-05 MU150123A-38 MU150123A-39 MU150123A-40 MU150123A-43 MU150123B-05 MU150123B-38 MU150123B-39 MU150123B-40 MU150123B-43 MU150124B-38 MU150124B-39 MU150124B-40 MU150124B-43 MU150125A-01 MU150125A-05 MU150125A-06 MU120131A-01 MU120131A-02 MU120131A-12 MU120132A-01 MU120138A-01 MU120138A-03 MX159001B MX159001B-05 MX159001B-08 MX159001B-01 MX159001B-02 MX159001B-03 Name Optical Output Power Adjustable∗24 OTU1/OTU2 11. FC-SPC connector both ends). 2 m Balanced Cable (RJ-45/BANTAM 3P). 5 dB) Fixed Optical Attenuator (SC. 2 m Optical Fiber Cord (Duplex. 1 m Optical Fiber Cord (Simplex.31 μm Wavelength 1. MM).

∗13: Requires XFP module (sold separately). MU120121A-ES310. MU120131A-ES310. In addition. at contract renewal or in multi-year combinations. MU120122A-ES210. MU120118C-ES310. J1163A XAUI cable. Can also be purchased at any time after main-frame purchase. ∗12: Supplied with MU150110A. ∗25: Exchangeable. MZ1222A XENPAK interface. MU120138A-ES510 ∗19: Requires SFP module (sold separately). MU120118B-ES510. ∗28: GBIC modules sold as single units. ∗36: G0195A. Two can be mounted in MU120112A. MU120122A-ES510. MU150123A-ES510. MU120112A-ES210. Moreover. In addition. no multi-year contracts. One can be mounted in MU150110A.17" sticker support the option. ∗7: Supplied with MU150125A. and MU150124B. In addition. Purchased separately at new purchase. MU120111A-ES310. MU120111A-ES210. MU150121B-ES210. MU120131A-ES510. J1344A. the maximum number of MP1590B units that can be controlled simultaneously with one licence is limited o 8. ∗: Extends standard 1-year warranty service period on new main frame and plug-in units to 2. ∗31: SFP+ modules sold as single units. MU150101A-ES510. ∗30: XENPAK modules sold as single units. Anritsu modules not guaranteed.com . MU120138A-ES310 ∗∗∗-ES510: MP1590B-ES510. Anritsu modules not guaranteed. and J1376A included in Z0990A. MU150121B-ES310. and MU150101A. MU120112A-ES510. MU150110A-ES510. and J1164A MDIO cable required along with separate external power supply (5 V. MU150124B-ES210. MU150123A/B. But it cannot be added after. MU150125A-ES310. DO NOT install in MU120118A/B/C units without “With APS” sticker. MU150121A-ES310. MU120121A-ES510. ∗14: An XFP module (G0194A/G0195A) and fixed optical attenuator (J0747C. 03 required. B0336C B0530 B0448 B0593A B0588A Z0849A W2420AE W2421AE W2422AE W2423AE W2134AE W1931AE W3218AE W2425AE W2426AE W2427AE W2589AE W2590AE Name Carrying Case (3/4MW4U. only MU120121A/122A models shipped after March 7. ∗23: MP1590B-30 option can be added to the main frame before delivery. ∗37: Rack mount Kit for MP1590B. Anritsu modules not guaranteed. ∗2: CD includes installer. ∗3: Supplied with MU150110A. MU120132A-ES210. ∗16: Order additional J1349A when Ethernet unit is installed simultaneously in SDH/SONET/OTN/PDH/DSn unit and jitter unit configurations. (Cannot be purchased midcontract. G0192A and G0193A only supported by MU120118A/B/C units with "With APS" sticker. Two can be mounted in MU120122A and eight in MU120132A. MU120111A-ES510. ∗32: XFP modules sold as single units. operation with non∗18: Requires XENPAK module (sold separately). 3.8-V APS. MU120132A-ES310.anritsu. MU150110A-ES210. MU150125A-ES210. ∗9: One piece of MU150123A/B. MU150123B-ES210. MU150123A/B. MU150121B-ES510. The MU120138A-03 is supported by the MU120138A. MU120118C-ES210. ∗5: Supplied with MU150123A/B. Two can be mounted in MU120118B and one in MU120118C. MU150121A/B. MU120121A-ES210. operation with non-Anritsu modules not guaranteed.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Model/Order No. MU120112A-ES310. and MU150124B. 135 http://www. MU120122A-ES310. 2008 with the "Supports Opt. MP1590B-40 Name Software upgrade service Annual Software Upgrade Service ∗: Option for latest versions of main frame. J1376A) are required when performing the self-test. Purchased annually. MU150124B-ES510. MU150123A-ES310. In addition. MU150123B-ES310. ∗33: When using XAUI extender. MU150101A-ES210. ∗29: SFP modules sold as single units. In addition. MU150101A. G0192A and G0193A have “Only for APS” stickers attached. and two pieces of MU150121A/B. ∗22: Only ports 1 and 2 of the the MU120121A/122A support the MP1590B-17 Traffic Impairment Emulator option. MU150121A-ES210. operation with non∗21: The MP1590B-16 is supported by the MU120118B/C. ∗15: One of Option-01. ∗10: Supplied with MU150110A. ∗26: Requires one of MU150101A-11 or MU150101A-12. ∗8: Supplied with MU150121A/B. MU150125A-ES510. operation with non∗20: Requires SFP+ module (sold separately). MU120118C-ES510. or 5 years. MU120118B-ES210. However. plug-in units and software. and MU150101A. ∗24: Only enabled for optical output signals up to 2. release notes and operation manual. MU150123A-ES210. MU120132A-ES510. operation with nonAnritsu modules not guaranteed. Four can be mounted in MU120138A. 350D) Carrying Case caster for B0336C Soft Case Blank Panel Rack Mount Kit∗37 MD1230/MP1590 Family Manual CD MP1590B Operation Manual MX159001B Operation SDH Edition Manual MX159001B Operation SONET Edition Manual MP1590B/MP1591A Remote Control Operation Manual Application Traffic Monitor Operation Manual Ethernet Module Operation Manual MU150110A Specifications Operation Manual MU150101A Specifications Operation Manual MU150125A Specifications Operation Manual MU150121/2/3/34A Specifications Operation Manual MU150121B/123B Specifications Operation Manual MU150124B Specifications Operation Manual Other • Software Upgrade Service Model/Order No. MU150101A-ES310. MU150124B-ES310. MU120118B-ES310. MU150123B-ES510.6G. Name Maintenance service 2 Years Extended Warranty Service 3 Years Extended Warranty Service 5 Years Extended Warranty Service ∗∗∗-ES210 ∗∗∗-ES310 ∗∗∗-ES510 ∗1: Supplied with main frame. ∗∗∗-ES210: MP1590B-ES210. and MU150124B. ∗27: MP1590B-03 not required. ∗6: Supplied with MU150101A.) ∗4: Two pieces of MU150110A. ∗11: Supplied with MU150121B. MU120138A-ES210 ∗∗∗-ES310: MP1590B-ES310. MU120131A-ES210. MU150110A-ES310. 4 A) ∗34: MZ1222A supplied by 1. ∗35: G0194A and J1344A included in Z0989A. ∗17: Requires GBIC module (sold separately). • Maintenance Service Model/Order No. MU150121A-ES510. and MU150124A. 02.

136 http://www.709. Just one MP1595A 40G SDH/SONET Analyzer provides full 40G/43G support for all network quality measurements.. 9.anritsu. 9.953. 43.5 Mbit/s 51. 139. 34.41 Mbit/s 10. 8.84.52. 155. 44.32.22. etc.41 Mbit/s 10.813.666. 43. Video on Demand.709. including overhead setting. The random error insertion using a Poisson distribution is especially useful for evaluating FEC performance of OTN as recommended by ITU-T. 622.84.018. error/alarm generation and detection functions.736 Mbit/s 51. 155. OTN Measurement Functions STM-256/OC-768. Anritsu has developed its MP1595A 40G SDH/SONET Analyzer as the ideal all-in-one measurement solution for assuring the quality of these ultra-high-speed networks.05. 39.com .368. 2.08.52.12 Mbit/s 2.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS 40G SDH/SONET ANALYZER MP1595A 1.813. 10.018G).264 Mbit/s 1.813G) and OTU3 (43. PDH Electrical interface DSn SDH/SONET OTN Non frame Optical interface SDH/SONET OTN Non frame 2.28.488.5 Mbit/s to 43 Gbit/s Ethernet 40G/43G Flagship Model All-in-One Multibit Rate Analyzer The spread of rich-content broadband services supporting HDTV broadcasting. 40G/43G Jitter Generation and Measurement All-In-One 1.22.048.12 Mbit/s 10.312.018. and demanding high data throughput is driving progress towards introduction of nextgeneration 40G core networks. as well as jitter tolerance and jitter transfer measurements. OTU3 Support Stress testing for SDH/SONET and OTN Equipments is supported using the full line of versatile functions.544. online gaming.953.312.28. 39. Full SDH/SONET.5 Mbit/s Combination with the MP1797A Jitter Analyzer supports highperformance jitter generation and measurement for STM-256/OC-768 (39.5M to 43G Multibit Rate Support This all-in-one flagship model for SDH/SONET and OTN measurements supports the following Multibit rate.448. monitoring.

European PDH. and North American DSn mapping routes for bit rates from 1. STM-64 OC-192 OTU2 DUT STM-256 STS-768 OTU3 ODTU23 SDH Mapping MUX/DEMUX Test 10 G 40 G 10 G 43 G 2. DUT OC-768 Client Side 40G/43G Jitter Analyzer OTU3 Network Side OTN Mapping *: Only 40G/10G STM-256c/STS-768c. In addition. and the ODTU23 mapping can be supported as an option.709 mappings are supported for OTN (43G). Japanese.5M to 43G.5M to 10G.5G and 10G interfaces as well as 40G/43G transmission equipment and networks.5 G 40 G : : Also supports Through Mode A single MP1595A unit supports a wide range of bit rates from 1.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Key Measurement Applications • SDH/SONET/OTN Measurement Solutions Mapping Support The following measurement solutions required by 40G/43G transmission equipment and networks are supported: • Error/Alarm Insertion and Detection • Pointer Increment/Decrement Test • APS (Automatic Protection Switching) Measurement • Frame Memory/Capture • Through Mode Measurement • Delay Time Measurement • Monitoring Function 40G SDH/SONET Analyzer • Mapping Support (SDH/SONET) Concatenation mappings from STM-1c/ STS-3c to STM-256c/STS-768c can be set. • Jitter Generation Measurement • Jitter Tolerance Measurement • Jitter Transfer Measurement *: Contacts us for detailed specifications. using the MP1595A with either the 10G Measurement Unit (MU150100A) or the 10G E/O. O/E Unit (MU150135A) offers support for SDH/SONET.com . Moreover. (MU150140A-05 OTU3. Error detection 40G SDH/SONET Analyzer Jitter Tolerance Measurement Example 137 http://www. offering an efficient measurement test platform for MUX/ DEMUX equipment with 2. STM-64c/STS-192c Mapping can be used at the OTU3 SDH/SONET setting. STM-64/STS-192 signals can be mapped to OTU3 signals as client signals.anritsu. MU150140A-06 ODTU23) The following ITU-T G. SONET Mapping • Mapping Support (OTN) • 40G/43G Jitter Measurement Combination with the MP1797A 40G/43G Jitter Analyzer supports the following 40G/43G jitter measurements for verifying the quality of transmission systems.

and alarms such as LOF.182 Random Error The error signal (generated by Poisson distribution) specified by ITU-T O. This function checks that the switching time meets the specifications.anritsu.com . errors such as FAS. LOM.. until the abnormal status is released when an alarm or error is triggered. AIS.. • APS Measurement Function The Automatic Protection Switch (APS) test verifies the switching time with 1 ms resolution by measuring the time. can be generated at any timing and counted (monitored) by the MP1595A. etc. BIP-8. In addition. Accurate measurement was impossible using previous error insertion methods.182 is used to evaluate and verify the FEC performance in accordance with the ITU-T-recommended procedure. etc. OTN Measurement Functions • Error/Alarm Measurement Function For stress testing SDH/SONET and OTN devices. Since frames can be captured using various errors and alarms as a trigger. Random error insertion using O. APS Measurement Example • Frame Memory/Capture Function MU150140A-10 Frame Memory/Capture (40G/43G) All data (OH.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SDH/SONET.182 method This function is required for FEC evaluation. Error/Alarm Measurement Example (monitoring) APS Measurement (setting) Error/Alarm Measurement Example (result) • FEC Measurement Function using ITU-T O. generation of burst bit errors of more than 1024 bits is useful for confirming the FEC burst error correction performance. Random Error Insertion Frame Memory MP1595A DUT Frame Capture 138 http://www. Payload) for a maximum of up to 16 frames can be captured using the frame capture function. this function can be very useful for analyzing data at abnormalities. B1/B2/B3.

supports comprehensive network monitoring.anritsu. MP1595A (40G NRZ) 40G/43G Transmission equipment Client Performance Test Client Side Network Side OH Monitoring 40G/43G Transmission equipment MP1595A (43G DPSK) Network Performance Test Pointers Monitoring 139 http://www.com . and futureproof measurement system is easily configured by selecting the required interfaces. customized. OH. MP1595A 40G/43G Interfaces • 40G/43G Interface Line-up The MP1595A 40G/43G plug-in modules support measurement of optical interfaces using NRZ/DPSK modulation methods and electrical interface. pointers. etc. Transparent Mode This mode loops-back and outputs the received signal as is. Network Side Delay Measurement Function Example • Monitoring Function A versatile line of monitoring functions.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Through Mode Function The Through mode is convenient for SDH/SONET and OTN tests because it supports monitoring of signal quality on an in-service network as well as insertion of various errors and alarms. A cost-effective. Various errors and alarms can be inserted into an in-service line too. MP1595A *: Contact us for detailed specifications. 40G/43G Electrical (MU150142A) • 40G/43G Optical Modulation Solution Client Side This all-in-one solution supports performance evaluation of both the client and network sides of 40G/43G transmission equipments. And random error insertion is useful for emulating transmission paths. 40G Optical (NRZ) (MU150141A) 40G/43G Optical (NRZ) (MU150141B) • Delay Measurement Function MP1595A 43G Optical (DPSK) (MU150144A) Network delay times are directly related to network quality and this function can measure payload data transmission delays with µs accuracy. Model/Product Name MU150141A 40G Optical Unit MU150141B 40/43G Optical Unit MU150144A DPSK Optical Unit* MU150142A 40/43G Electrical Unit* Interface Optical (NRZ) Optical (NRZ) Optical (DPSK) Electrical √ Bit Rate 40G √ √ √ √ √ 43G Overhead Overwrite This mode loops-back and outputs the received signal after overwriting the OH part of the received signal with the OH specified by the MP1595A. including errors/alarms..

The optional MX159501A 40G SDH/SONET Analyzer Control Software supports remote control of the MP1595A from a PC using the same GUI as the instrument . keyboard and pointing device for all-in-one operation but two USB ports are also included for connecting a mouse and USB storage device to save measurement results when necessary.anritsu. • Optical Level/Frequency Monitoring Optical level and frequency monitoring functions are standard. etc. measurements. Optical Level Monitoring Frequency Monitoring 140 http://www. making it easy to verify the input signal.com .IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Other Useful Functions • Reporting Function • Remote Control Measurement results can be saved in various formats. Outputting results including graphs.. • Pointing Device/USB Interface The compact main frame includes a display. in HTML is convenient for creating reports.

SC-SC connector both ends). and J1376A. 2 m Optical Fiber Cable (Duplex.0 mm*5: Fixed Optical Attenuator (15 dB. 1 m Balanced Cable (Siemens 3P-Siemens 3P).7 mm Semirigid Cable. 1 m Optical Fiber Cable (Duplex. *3: Semirigid Cable. 1 m Fixed Optical Attenuator (5 dB. One can be mounted in MU150135A. LC-LC connector both ends). 2 m Coaxial Cable (11SMA SUCOFLEX104 11SMA). 56. 1 set) SC Connector (replaceable. FC-LC connector both ends). 3 m Optical Fiber Cable (SM. SM.5 mm Semirigid Cable. 2 m Optical Fiber Cable (SM.6 m (13 A)*1: Power Cord L Type (C7). *: These options extend the 1-year guarantee at purchase. 1 m Replaceable Optical Connector (FC-PC) Optical Fiber Cable (SM. 56.55 µm Wavelength 1. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.7G Minus Option*9 10. 90. • Maintenance Service Name 2 Years Extended Warranty Service 3 Years Extended Warranty Service 5 Years Extended Warranty Service Model/Order No. operation with non-Anritsu modules not guaranteed. with protective caps. In addition.7G Unit*6 10/10. Option-ES210 Option-ES310 Option-ES510 *10: External clock source is required. *9: MU150100A-07 factory installed only. 2 m ST Connector (replaceable. 1 m Optical Fiber Cable (SM. LC-FC connector both ends). *7: Requires XFP module (sold separately). Model/Order No.5 mm*2. 1 set) Semirigid Cable.0 mm Ferrule Cleaner 1 CLETOP type Replacement Reels for Ferrule Cleaner 1 6/pack Adapter Cleaner 1 Stick type (200/set) Keyboard (PS/2) USB Mouse MD1230/MP1590 Family Manual CD 1310 nm XFP Kit*13 1550 nm XFP Kit*14 MP1595A Operation Manual MX159501A Operation SDH Edition Manual MX159501A Operation SONET Edition Manual MP1595A Remote Control Operation Manual MU150100A Specifications Operation Manual MU150135A Specifications Operation Manual MU150140A Specifications Operation Manual MU150141A/B Specifications Operation Manual *1: Supplied with main frame *2: Supplied with MU150140A *3: Supplied with MU150100A *4: Supplied with MU150141A or MU150141B *5: Supplied with MU150135A *6: One of Option-01. *12: XFP modules sold as single units. FC-SPC connector both ends).anritsu.com .6 mm*2: Optical Fiber Cable (SM. 105. 50 Ω). J1344A. FC-SPC connector both ends). 2 m Optical Fiber Cable (SM. 2. 2 m Coaxial cable (BNC-P-3W/3D-2W/BNC-P-3W.5 m*1: Fuse 10 A*1: Front Cover (3/4MW5U)*1: Semirigid Cable. 1 m*4: Replaceable Optical Connector (FC-PC)*3. 2 m Fixed Optical Attenuator (5 dB. 1 set) FC Connector (replaceable. 1 set) DIN Connector (replaceable. FC connector) Fixed Optical Attenuator (10 dB. 02. name and quantity when ordering. B0483 B0593A G0194A G0195A J0008 J0845 J0162A J0162B J0322B J0617B J0635B J0635C J0660B J0747A J0747B J0747C J0747D J0775D J0776D J0796A J0796B J0796C J0796D J0796E J1003S J1003N J1049A J1139A J1271 J1272 J1327B J1344A J1139A J1376A J1383A J1384A Z0282 Z0283 Z0284 Z0321A Z0541A Z0849A Z0989A Z0990A W2869AE W2937AE W2938AE W2939AE W2424AE W2870AE W2871AE W2872AE Name Optional accessories Carrying Case Blank Panel 1310 nm XFP Module*12 1550 nm XFP Module*12 GPIB cable. 105. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.31 µm Wavelength 1. 2 m Balanced Cable (BANTAM 3P-BANTAM 3P). *11: Exchangeable. 136. 141 http://www. LC connector) Semirigid Cable. *14: Z0990A includes G0195A. MP1595A J0491 J0670A F0105 B0482 J1003S J1003N J0635A J0617B J1383A J1384A J0747C MU150100A MU150135A MU150140A MU150141A MU150141B MX159501A MP1595A-01 MP1595A-02 MP1595A-03 MU150140A-05 MU150140A-06 MU150140A-10 MU150141A-40 MU150141B-40 MU150100A-01 MU150100A-02 MU150100A-03 MU150100A-04 MU150100A-05 MU150100A-07 MU150100A-08 MU150100A-09 MU150100A-38 MU150100A-39 MU150100A-40 MU150100A-43 Name Main frame 40G SDH/SONET Analyzer Standard accessories Shield Power Cord 2. *4: Semirigid Cable. FC connector) Fixed Optical Attenuator (20 dB. 6 ft Balanced Cable (Siemens 3P-Siemens 3P).55 µm Optical Output Power Adjustable OTU1/OTU2 10/10. LC-SC connector). FC connector)*3: Units/Modules 10/10. LC-LC connector).IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.6 mm Fixed Optical Attenuator (5 dB. FC-SPC connector both ends). with protective caps. FC connector) Fixed Optical Attenuator (15 dB. FC connector) Coaxial cable (BNC-P620 3C-2WS BNC-P620 75 Ω).7G Optical Unit (XFP)*7 40/43G Unit 40G Optical Unit 40/43G Optical Unit Software 40G SDH/SONET Analyzer Control Software Option RS-232C GPIB LAN OTU3 ODTU23*8 Frame Memory/Capture (40G/43G) SC Connector SC Connector Wavelength 1.7 mm*5: Semirigid Cable. 03 required. with protective caps. *8: Requires separate MU150140-05 OTU3 option. SC connector) Optical Fiber Cable (SM. SM. MU150100A-07 and MU150100A-09 cannot both be installed simultaneously. 90. 2 m Optical Fiber Cable (SM.31/1. 136. LC-LC connector both ends). with protective caps. *13: Z0989A includes G0194A and J1344A.3G*10 Insert/Extract*9 ST Connector*11 DIN Connector*11 SC Connector*11 HMS-10/A Connector*11 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 pc pc pcs pc pc pc pc pcs pc pc pc Model/Order No. with protective caps. 1 set) HMS-10/A Connector (replaceable.

Its hardware and user interface are optimized for simplicity. and it is rugged enough to function in harsh environments. • Quick Startup Key Features • Versatile. easy-to-use Anritsu Network Master is a comprehensive solution for Gigabit Ethernet testing and for installation and troubleshooting Ethernet communication lines. Therefore easy testing of Ethernet links is very important. This coupled with an optional car cigarette lighter cord guarantees the instrument is ready when you are. The standard softcase with shoulder strap further increases portability when traveling from the truck to the testing site. And the graphical user interface makes it a simple task to configure and operate the instrument. purpose-built solution for Gigabit Ethernet field testing • Comprehensive Ethernet testing for installation. 142 http://www. The user can easily read and interpret information from the tested lines off the large color display with easy-to-understand colors and graphical symbols. the Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester provides up to 3 hours of testing on a single charge.com . The instrument gives the user facilities for easy bandwidth verification. • Rugged With no fans or vents to allow dust and moisture to enter the unit. connectivity testing and service availability verification. The small size and low weight of the instrument makes it very easy to carry around for the field technician working with the Ethernet lines and despite the small size the instrument is equipped with a large display. the Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester was designed for the challenging outside plant environment. When outfitted with the Gigabit Ethernet module. making it easy to use for any skill level.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Network Master Series MT9090A MAINFRAME MU909060A1/A2/A3 GIGABIT ETHERNET MODULES Gigabit Ethernet Testing Redefined! NEW MT9090A/MU909060A1/A2/A3 Overview The Ethernet technology is widely deployed and used for numerous applications. • Long Battery Life Since AC power is not always available where you need it. the very compact battery-powered. maintenance and troubleshooting • Ping test and Electrical cable diagnostics • Option for automated RFC 2544 testing • Test Automator simplify operation and ensure proper set-up • Pdf report generation for documentation of test results • High resolution. depending on configuration and setup. • Portable With its lightweight design and user friendly dimensions. widescreen color display that is easy to read indoors or out • Rugged design provides years of service for the users • Modular platform ensures maximum return on investment • Compact and lightweight design for maximum portability in the field • High performance without a high price The Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester is ready for measurement in about 15 seconds so productive work can start immediately. the Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester is perfect for the outside plant environment and can easily be managed with one hand.anritsu. Designed for Field Operations The Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester is purpose built for testing Ethernet links in the field.

The instrument also provides facilities for BER testing of the lines. allowing you to easily test the network under various conditions. • In-service Troubleshooting For fast troubleshooting the Network Master Gigabit Ethernet provides essential information on the tested transmission system.3 inch wide screen display is the perfect format for viewing Ethernet measurement results. MU909060A1 Out-of-service testing with two instruments or a far-end loop back/reflector. 4.anritsu. • No Experience Required The expertise is built into the Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester. full color. It also provides excellent readability both indoors and outdoors. The instruments cable test facility makes it easy to identify failures on electrical cables like short circuits or breaks of a wire pair 143 http://www.com .IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • 4. including generation of VLAN tagged traffic. commissioning and QoS verification the Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester provides powerful and flexible traffic generation capabilities. With its Test Automator and PASS/FAIL indicators the instrument makes it easy to test and troubleshoot Ethernet connections. Purpose-Built for Gigabit Ethernet Testing For installation. performance statistics and QoS statistics.3 inch Wide Screen Display for Easy Viewing The high resolution. including: • Display of current line status • Electrical cable test facility MU909060A2 MU909060A3 The status page provides an immediate overview of the tested line.

• Screen Capture Function Screen shots are sometimes useful for adding to reports so the Network Master features the ability to save screen shots as Bitmap images. The instrument is easy to setup using its keys and screen. • RFC 2544 Test Option The IETF RFC 2544 “Benchmarking Methodology for Network Interconnect Devices” defines a number of tests to be used for describing the performance characteristics of these network devices. The Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester automates the testing procedure while still allowing you to configure the test to be as thorough as needed. reliability. The user can also store setups relevant for a given application and via a USB port distribute the setup to other instruments with the Gigabit Ethernet module.pdf files for selected measurement results. we understand the importance of performance. latency. 144 http://www. its hardware and user interface are optimized for simplicity. To get full information on the performance of both sides of a line. testing of performance parameters. • Installation and Maintenance Simplified Since the Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester is purposely built for easy testing of Ethernet links in the field. • Easy “drag and drop” File Transfers When the Network Master is connected to a PC via a USB cable. Anritsu delivers the features that matter. The instrument also supports the use of USB memory sticks. easy operation.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Multistream Option The Ethernet Multistream option for the Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester allows testing a congested networks ability to transport high priority traffic rather than lower priority traffic. Having a long history in the test and measurement business. greatly simplifying file transfers. dragged and dropped into the PC memory. Despite its size…it is not a toy! People prefer to choose products that are innovative and supplied by established companies. packet jitter and burstability in compliance with RFC 2544 is straightforward. When the instrument is equipped with the RFC 2544 test option. and of course price. A Test Automator is provided making it easy to set up a sequence of tests. Data can be selected. When you need to install and maintain Ethernet lines and networks. The user can activate up to 8 streams with different priority settings on the Ethernet line and detect how they are affected by frame loss through the network. portability. the same criteria should apply. With many years of experience in digital line testing. • Free and Simple Software Upgrades Firmware upgrades are easily performed via USB and available from the Anritsu website for registered users or through Anritsu customer support. such as throughput and frame loss. the internal memory can be directly accessed. The Test Automator makes it easy to set up a sequence of tests • Report Generation With the powerful and flexible report generator you can create. the end-toend test mode allows two Network Master Gigabit Ethernet testers to work together in a master-slave setup whereby the user can control both units and inspect the results of the test from both units on the master instrument.com .anritsu. With these files you can provide professional documentation of test results to your customers.

Local clock (1000 Mbps). Unicast/multicast/broadcast frames • Number of fragmented frames. burst • Frame sizes may be set to constant. UDP/ TCP address and DSCP/TOS byte • Request IP source address from a DHCP server (on/off) • Adjustable frame size from 38 bytes to 10. DA. Electrical 10/100 Mbps also Half duplex Monitor/generate. Polarity. DB. Max. 1260 nm. PRBS 11.anritsu. Optical level for optical interfaces • Total frames. Signal and Frames present (utilization). Max. Count of errors in received test pattern. One optical module can be installed • MU909060A2: Gigabit Ethernet module with 2 electrical RJ-45 ports. The report may be customized with a user logo and comments. Interfaces • Electrical interfaces: 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ 45 (10BASE-T. Full/Half duplex. IEEE 802. resolution time stamp. Max. Frame loss. Link speed and status. Speed. CRPAT. Packet jitter. Latency. Two electrical or optical modules can be installed Full duplex. • MU909060A3: Gigabit Ethernet module with two SFP ports. and undersized (runts) frames. Interface type.com . IFG violations (10/100 Mbps non-SFP). Errored frames. 1000BASE-LX or 1000BASE-ZX) • MU909060A1: Gigabit Ethernet module with one SFP port and 1 electrical RJ-45 port. Link time. Link partner abilities (Pause capable and Asymmetric pause capable). Pattern generation: Unframed.3 with SNAP • Variable line rate traffic generation. HF test pattern. 1000BASE-T) • Optical interfaces: 100 or 1000 Mbps LC connector (100BASE-FX. FCS errored frames. Max.44 µs @1000 Mbps. oversized frames. 1580 nm Min.3 with 802. Back-to-back frames (burstability) Router latency test mode: IP ping based latency. 1570 nm Min. 1580 nm Min. Frame loss. Frames and bytes received. 770 nm. 860 nm Min. 5. 1260 nm.16 µs @100 Mbps. SPAT Detection of sequence errors and loss of sequence synchronization. IP ping based packet jitter Number of streams: Up to 8 streams can be activated on the Ethernet line Available information per stream: Frame loss count/rate. PRBS 29. PRBS 31. 31. stepped or random length • Configurable Ethernet (MAC) and IP source and destination addresses (supports IPv4 and IPv6). 1260 nm. MDI/MDIX.5 to –1. Logged events include: Link / no link and test start/stop Generation of test result reports as pdf-files. PRBS 20. Reflector Min. For 1000 Mbps also skew • Pin mapping: Tx/Rx for 10/100 Mbps. Remote fault.2 (LLC1).IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications The specification table below applies to the Anritsu Network Master mainframe equipped with the Gigabit Ethernet module. Frames and bytes transmitted Maximum internal delay when instrument is in reflector configuration: 2.93 µs @10 Mbps 145 http://www.5 dBm –10 to –3 dBm –3 to +5 dBm –20 to –14 dBm –15 to –8 dBm 830 nm to 860 nm 1285 nm to 1343 nm 1480 nm to 1580 nm 1270 nm to 1335 nm 1261 nm to 1360 nm Ethernet interfaces Interface configurations Optical modules ∗1 Duplex modes Test configurations Description 1000BASE-SX 850 nm Multi mode 1000BASE-LX 1310 nm Single mode 1000BASE-ZX 1550 nm Single mode 100BASE-FX 1310 nm Multi mode 100BASE-LX 1310 nm Single mode Supported encapsulations Generate Traffic generation Status Measurements Frame statistics Event log Report generation Electrical cable test BER test Dedicated tests Ping test RFC 2544 installation and commissioning tests (option) Multistream test (option) Reflector delay EtherType II (DIX v. DC. Collisions (10/100 Mbps half duplex) • Preamble violations. • Detection of MDI/MDIX mode.2). Back-to-back frames (burstability) End to end network test mode (two Network Master Gigabit Ethernet testers in a master-slave setup): Throughput and utilization. For connectivity and configuration check • Round Trip Time (RTT) • Supports IPv4 and IPv6 addressing • Answer incoming Ping requests (On/Off) Single ended network test and Switch/Router test modes: Throughput and utilization. IEEE 802. PRBS 15. 100BASE-TX. DD for 1000 Mbps Generation and detection of test patterns. Rx/Tx frame count. Cable status and distance to fault (if any). 1570 nm –9. 1000BASE-SX. Pass Through. Max. PRBS 23. 1260 nm. NB: The electrical cable test is not available when using electrical SFP modules. input sensitivity and wavelength Output power and wavelength –17 dBm –20 dBm –22 dBm –31 dBm –28 dBm Min.000 bytes • User-defined VLAN ID and VLAN priority • User-defined traffic mix of unicast and broadcast frames • Generate and respond to pause frames • Answer incoming ARP request (On/Off) • Optional Ethernet (MAC) and IP address swapping (reflector configuration) Link status. up to full line rate • Traffic shaping: Constant. DHCP lease time. Severe IFG violations (SFP) The instrument logs major events during a test with a 1 sec. 100BASE-LX. JTPAT. Framed with IP header or Framed with IP and TCP/UDP header Test patterns supported: PRBS 9.

10. 4 hours while power off. RJ-45 connector (electrical) • Post Installed Software Option Model/Order No. No condensation • Vibration: IEC 60 068-2-6 Fc and IEC 60 068-2-64 Fh. with LED back light.field installed by customer RFC 2544 Test (for MU909060A3) .field installed by customer • Select Software Option Model/Order No. Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. MU909060A1 MU909060A2 MU909060A3 Includes operation manual on in hard copy Description Gigabit Ethernet Tester Module (with one SFP slot and one RJ-45 port) Gigabit Ethernet Tester Module (with two RJ-45 ports) Gigabit Ethernet Tester Module (with two SFP slots) • Select Module Option Model/Order No. ∗2: Class 1of IEC 60825-1 and the 21CFR1040. 1550 nm single mode.3 inch color LCD (480 × 272 pixels). Japanese • Dedicated battery pack or 4 AA Ni-MH • Operating time: Up to 3 hours. one type B for USB mass storage) 4. LC connector (optical) 100 Mbps FX SFP. <600 g • Operational Temperature Range: 0° to +40°C. 1310 nm multimode. 850 nm multimode. Temperature: +10° to +30°C • Indicator for battery level in display when the unit is turned on AC adapter: 9 VDC.anritsu. Dust and Drip proof: IP 51 EN 300 386 IEC Pub 60825-1: 2001 Class1: MU909060A1/A3 with optical modules∗2 ∗1: Correct functioning can only be guaranteed with optical modules from Anritsu for the Network Master Gigabit Ethernet tester. transmissive English. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.field installed by customer Multistream (for MU909060A2) . LC connector (optical) 10/100/1000 Mbps SFP. MT9090A Includes battery pack. • Select Mainframe Model/Order No.com . No condensation • Storage Temperature Range: –25° to +60°C. import and export test macros Two USB 1. save. frequency: 50 Hz/60 Hz MT9090A: 190 (W) × 96 (H) × 18 (D) mm. Two modules can be installed in MU909060A3 Description 1000 Mbps SX SFP. The user can create a macro to run several tests in sequence. LC connector (optical) 100 Mbps LX SFP. LC connector (optical) 1000 Mbps ZX SFP. The user can also load. MU909060A1-301 MU909060A2-301 MU909060A3-301 MU909060A1-302 MU909060A2-302 MU909060A3-302 The following software options can be field installed by the customer in already purchased Network Master Gigabit Ethernet testers.field installed by customer Multistream (for MU909060A3) . name and quantity when ordering. humidity ≤85%. The configuration files can be transferred to other instruments via the instruments USB port. 1310 nm single mode. LC connector (optical) 1000 Mbps LX SFP. G0203A G0202A B0600A B0601A Z1023A B0602A J1402A W3173AE W3166AE Z1234A MT9090A-ES210 MT9090A-ES310 MU909060A1-ES210 MU909060A2-ES210 MU909060A3-ES210 MU909060A1-ES310 MU909060A2-ES310 MU909060A3-ES310 Must be added as separate line items Description AC Adapter (Replacement) NiMH Battery Pack (Replacement) Hard Case Standard Soft Case Strap Deluxe Soft Case (for MT9090A) Car Plug Cord Quick Start Guide Operation Manual (Hardcopy – English version) Operation Manual (CD – English and Japanese) 2 Years Extended Warranty Service (for MT9090A) 3 Years Extended Warranty Service (for MT9090A) 2 Years Extended Warranty Service (for MU909060A1) 2 Years Extended Warranty Service (for MU909060A2) 2 Years Extended Warranty Service (for MU909060A3) 3 Years Extended Warranty Service (for MU909060A1) 3 Years Extended Warranty Service (for MU909060A2) 3 Years Extended Warranty Service (for MU909060A3) • Select Base Module Model/Order No. Description RFC 2544 Test (for MU909060A1) . setups and screen shots: 40 MB The user can save a number of configuration files for later recall. Modules with extended temperature range (up to +85°C) must be used. 100 to 240 VAC.field installed by customer Multistream (for MU909060A1) .IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Internal memory Stored configurations Test automator Service interface Display Language Miscellaneous Battery Power supply Dimensions and mass Environmental EMC Laser safety Internal memory for storage of results. humidity ≤80%.1 (One type A for USB memory stick. standard soft case and strap Description Mainframe (with color LCD) • Select Accessories Model/Order No. 1310 nm single mode. G0240A G0241A G0242A G0243A G0244A G0246A One module can be installed in MU909060A1. <200 g MU909060A1/A2/A3: 190 (W) × 96 (H) × 30 (D) mm.field installed by customer RFC 2544 Test (for MU909060A2) . depending on configuration and test setup • Charging time: Max. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. MU909060A1-001 MU909060A2-001 MU909060A3-001 MU909060A1-002 MU909060A2-002 MU909060A3-002 Description RFC 2544 Test (for MU909060A1) RFC 2544 Test (for MU909060A2) RFC 2544 Test (for MU909060A3) Multistream (for MU909060A1) Multistream (for MU909060A2) Multistream (for MU909060A3) 146 http://www. AC charger/adapter.

520 9953. The compact size of the XTA Application module conveniently fits into the CMA5000a Multi-Layer Network Test Platform using a small bay adapter-thus reducing cost and overall weight. the XTA can easily be updated by software or hardware and so protects your investment for the future.520 155.280 2488.080 155.736 1.320 622. Thanks to its open architecture.544 Electrical∗2 Optical 1310 nm∗1 Optical 1550 nm∗1 Interfaces XTA 622 – – √ √ – – √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ XTA Modules XTA 2.anritsu.048 44.520 51.5 – √ √ √ – √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ XTA 10-1550 √ √ √ √ – √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ ∗1: SC/PC connectors ∗2: BNC 75 Ω connectors (except for DS1 Bantam 100 Ω) 147 http://www.840 139. It can provide a multitude of test measurements including Jitter & Wander and enables installation and maintenance professionals to rely on one compact solution.264 34.5 Mbps to 10 Gbps.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SDH/SONET/PDH/T-CARRIER ANALYZER CMA5000a-XTA 1.280 2488. Interfaces and Signal Specifications Signals SDH/PDH STM64 STM16 STM4 STM1 STM64 STM16 STM4 STM1 STM1 – E4 E3 E1 – – SONET/T-Carrier OC-192 OC-48 OC-12 OC-3 OC-192 OC-48 OC-12 OC-3 STS-3 STS-1 – – – DS3 DS1 Rate (Mbps) 9953.com .320 622.368 2.080 155.5 Mbps to 10 Gbps The XTA (eXtended Transport Analysis) Application module is a field portable SONET/SDH analyzer for testing networks from 1.5 Mbps to 10 Gbps “All-in-one” Module: from 1.

com . AC coupled. 0. DCC Signals SONET/SDH Frame Formats and Mapping Rates Connector SONET format SDH format • SDH/SONET Application SONET Mappings OC-192 STS-192 STS-96 x4 OC-48 STS-48 STS-24 x16 STS-12 x4 OC-3 STS-3 x3 STS-3c STS-1 STS-1c SPE VT group VT-6 VT-2 VT-1.080 Mbps Optical Receiver Wavelength Sensitivity (min) Saturation 1270 nm to 1570 nm –28 dBm (at 10–10 BER) –8 dBm 1310 nm 1550 nm 1310 nm 1550 nm 1290 nm to 1330 nm 1529 nm to 1570 nm –2 to +2 dBm –1 to +2 dBm 8.5 to 4 Vp-p signal amplitude • Timed from 2.5 to 4 Vp-p signal amplitude • 155. (1310 nm) 9953. 2488.048 Mbps received signal • External 1.5 to 4 Vp-p signal amplitude • Timed from 1. 0. 50 Ω connector.048 MHz reference clock: 75 Ω BNC connector. 0.544 MHz reference clock: 75 Ω BNC connector. N x 56 kbps *: Concatenated payloads are proposed as product option T-Carrier MUX/DEMUX option 148 http://www.544 Mbps received signal • Timed from SDH/SONET received signal • External 10 MHz reference clock: 75 Ω BNC connector.280 Mbps – 1530 nm to 1565 nm – Clock Synchronization Clock Reference • Internal stratum 3 clock generation • External 2. 600 mV amplitude D1-D3 DCC channel at 192 kbps and D4-D12 DCC channel at 576 kbps DB 15 Telcordia GR-253 ITU-T G.5 SPE STS-3c SPE Bulk Filled DS3 Bulk Filled DS2 Bulk Filled E1 Bulk Filled DS1 Bulk Filled STS-12c STS-12c SPE Bulk Filled* STS-48c STS-24c STS-48c SPE STS-24c SPE Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* STS-192c STS-96c STS-192c SPE STS-96c SPE Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* x4 OC-12 T-Carrier Add / Drop capability DS0: N x 64 kbps. (1550 nm) 6.320 Mbps 1270 nm to 1570 nm –28 dBm (at 10–10 BER) –8 dBm –1 to +2 dBm 8.2 dB Min.2 dB Min.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS 155.520 Mbps to 2488.5 VT-6 SPE VT-2 SPE VT-1.707 Clock Output The CMA5000a XTA modules support the drop and insert of DCC channels from SONET/SDH.anritsu.520 MHz frequency signal synchronous with transmitted SDH/SONET signal.0 dB Min.520 Mbps to 622.320 Mbps Wavelength Optical Transmitter Output Power Extinction Ratio 155.280 Mbps 1527 nm to 1570 nm –15 dBm (at 10–12 BER) –1 dBm 9953.

215 – 1.107 (SF and ESF) ANSI T1.164) added or programmable 62 bytes ASCII sequence. QRSS. F2.164) added or programmable byte C2. alternative “01” pattern.704 G. QRSS patterns for DS1 signal ANSI T1.107 (C-bit and M-13) Network Emulation TOH Editor All bytes of TOH (STS-1/STS-3) are programmable except B1/B2 and Z0 J0: (Trace Identifier) programmable 62 bytes ASCII sequence.164) added or programmable 62 bytes ASCII sequence. Z3. Z6. 220 – 1. H4.164) added or programmable byte V5. K3. CRLF added or programmable 15 bytes ASCII sequence. F2.164) added or programmable byte All bytes of SOH (STM-1) are programmable except B1/B2 J0: (Trace Identifier) programmable 15 bytes ASCII sequence.com . Z7 J2: (Trace Identifier) programmable 62 bytes ASCII sequence. CRC (E. 211 – 1. 231 – 1 inverted and non-inverted All “1” pattern.751 G. 229 – 1. N1 J1: (Trace Identifier) programmable 15 bytes ASCII sequence. G1. user-defined 2 bytes word pattern. CRLF added or programmable 15 bytes ASCII sequence. CRC (E. 1 in 8. 3 in 24. K4 J2: (Trace Identifier) programmable 15 bytes ASCII sequence. all “0” pattern. 2 in 8. CRLF added or programmable byte VC12 POH: V5. G1. CRLF added or programmable byte VC4 and VC3 POH: C2. H4. F3. 223 – 1.164) added or programmable 62 bytes ASCII sequence. CRC (E. Z4. CRLF added or programmable byte Continued on next page SONET Frames POH Editor (STS) POH Editor VT (POH) SONET/SDH Overhead Editors SOH Editor SDH Frames POH Editor 149 http://www. CRLF added or programmable 15 bytes ASCII sequence. N2.anritsu. N1 J1: (Trace Identifier) programmable 62 bytes ASCII sequence. CRC (E.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SDH Mappings PDH/DSn Signal E1 E3 E4 DS1 DS3 Unframed Format PRBS PRBS PRBS PRBS PRBS G. CRC (E.751 Framed Format Test Pattern PRBS Patterns Word Patterns PRBS: 29 – 1. CRC (E.

com . LSS. TU-AIS. V5. M2. APS simulation TOH overwrite K1. LP-SLM.101. RDI-P. TU-LOM. J0. TU-AIS. MS-AIS. M. UNEQ-P.826. M1 recalculated. UNEQ-V. code errors (BPV. HP-TIM. CRC-6. Word. TU-LOP. AU-AIS. MS-RDI. AIS. EXZ) SDH/PDH B1. G. HP-RDI. REI-L. LOMF XTA modules track all the SONET/SDH pointers movements information: • Pointer value • Number of positive and negative pointer movements • Number of pointer movement with NDF SONET/DSn Transmission quality is calculated each second as per GR-253 Quality Analysis SDH/PDH Transmission quality is calculated each second in accordance with recommendations G. B1. RDI-P. OOF. UNEQ-V. S1.1 ppm steps for SONET/SDH –100 to +100 ppm in 0. V5. OOF.783. REI-P.828. AIS. error addition: B1. LOP-P. TU-LOP. AU-AIS. LOM-V. LOMF. HP-SLM. LOF. OOF. SLM-P. LOF. A1/A2. A1.2110 for performance Realtime display of the following information: • J0. TU-LOM. AIS-V. A2. LOMF SDH/PDH LOS. MS-REI Transmission. REI. LP-TIM. HP-REI. M. Word. LOP-P. AIS-P. B1. LOMF On steady-state or programmable number of frames Supports adding and dropping of a selected 64 kbps voice channel (carried in a DSn signal) to an external handset (µ-Law) N/A Pointer movement generation on SONET and SDH frames: • Pointer set to any value with or without NDF • Positive and negative movements • Pointer sequences (ITU-T G. code errors (BPV. RDI-V. HP-SLM. APS simulation Loop Codes generation on DS1 frames: DS1 SF: Loop Up. UNEQ-P.2101. B2. LP-TIM. AIS-V. LP-SLM. REI-L. B2. FAW. B2. Payload Loop Loop Back Deactivate. SFAW. B1. error addition: B1. TIM-P. PRBS. MAW. RDI-L. transmission errors FAW. alarm addition: LOF. PRBS. Telcordia GR-253) Programmable frequency offset: –100 to +100 ppm in 0. MS-AIS. LSS. LPS. LP-UNEQ. B3. AIS. BPV. RAI LOS.anritsu. Universal Loop Back Deactivate Frequency Shift APS (K1/K2) SDH Through Mode SONET Through Mode DS1 Loop Codes Stress Function Measurement Capabilities Signal Qualification • Power meter • Frequency meter SONET/DSn A1/A2. PRBS. AIS-P. FPS. B2. A2. TIM-V. HP-REI. LP-RDI. MS-RDI. AU-LOP. EXZ) SONET/DSn LOS. RAI. REI-P. LSS. RDI-L. HP-UNEQ. B2. A1. EXZ) Programmable number or rate LOS. LOM-V.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SONET/DSn Error Addition SDH/PDH Error control SONET/DSn Alarm Addition SDH/PDH Alarm Control Voice Add/Drop (Option) SONET/DSn SDH/PDH Pointer Movement A1/A2. V5. REI-L transmission. MS-RDI. PRBS. Parity CP. B3. HP-UNEQ. AIS-L. LPS. LP-B3. HP-TIM. Loop Down DS1 ESF: Line Loop Back Activate. LOP-V. LP-REI. LPS. AIS. HP-RDI. J1 and J2 Path Trace messages (ASCII sequence) • S1 (synchronization status) • C2/V5 (signal label) SONET/SDH: • Complete display of SOH/TOH and POH of the analyzed path channel • Capture capacity: 64 consecutive frames Event Analysis Alarms and Errors event analysis in temporal graphical display with 125 µs resolution Continued on next page Error Analysis Alarms Analysis Path Analysis Pointer Movement Analysis Overhead Analysis 150 http://www. Word. RDI-V. LOF. LSS. transmission errors. S1. V5. LOF. LP-B3. AU-LOP. TIM-V. CRC-6. SFAW. AIS-L. Payload Loop Activate. MS-REI. K2. SLM-V. Line Loop Back Deactivate. AIS-L. J0. LP-RDI. FAW. B2. FPS. Parity CP. MS-AIS. RDI-L. SLM-P. alarm addition: LOF. MS-REI. code errors (BPV. B3. LP-REI. Word. EXZ) A1/A2. LP-UNEQ. M. FAW. M1 recalculated. LOP-V. B3. REI-V. Parity P. REI-V. SLM-V. CRC4.2100.1 ppm steps for PDH/T-Carrier Automatic Protection Switch messages (K1/K2) are user-programmable MSP Linear (ITU-T G783) and MSP-Ring (ITU-T G841) are supported SOH overwrite K1. code errors (BPV. CRC4. OOF.1. LPS. Parity P. K2.

320 622.10 1 year standard EN61326-1.368 2.264 34.520 51. Tmin.840 139. G. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Performance Analysis Structure Scan Troublescan General Information Safety Warranty EMC LVD CMA5000a platform features are detailed in the CMA5000a platform specifications sheet.821. such as M. medium or large bay adapters).828 • Complete signal mapping auto discovery (including Mix Payload) • Continuous VC4/SPEs scanning for alarms and errors detection • The XTA hardware is a double size plug-in module compatible with the CMA5000a Multi-Layer Network Test Platform (small.5G √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Jitter Generation Tx Signals Amplitude Range Jitter Generation Characteristics Frequency Range Frequency Shift Sinusoïdal jitter generation at all bit rates included in the XTA module configuration Up to 240 000 UI∗4 0.anritsu.1 Hz to 20 MHz∗4 Programmable frequency offset –100 to +100 ppm in 0.2101. • AC power: 100 to 250 VAC via CMA5000a platform Environmental specifications Operating Temperature: 0˚ to +40˚C Storage Temperature: –20˚ to +70˚C Humidity: 10% to 80% Electrical: EN 61010-1 Optical: EN 60825-1 and 21 CFR 1040.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Round Trip Delay • • • • Measurement possible at each path level Resolution: 100 ns Range: 0 to 2 s (depending on path level) Result: Tmax.2101 • Automatic calculation of Performance Objectives according to ITU-T recommendations such as G.080 155. Tavr. G. Tcurrent and Automatic Protection Switching Measurement • Number of switches • Switch duration (with 125 µs resolution) • K1/K2 capture and interpretation • Direct graphical presentation of performance and availability conformance test result • Automatic calculation of acceptance thresholds according to ITU-T recommendations. M.520 155.736 1.544 XTA 622 – √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ XTA Modules XTA 2. XTA Application: Jitter and Wander Option Interfaces and Signal Specifications∗1 Jitter/Wander Generation and Analysis Interfaces Interfaces Optical 1550 nm & 1310 nm∗2 SONET/DSn OC-48 OC-12 OC-3 STS-3 STS-1 – Electrical∗3 DS3 DS1 – – E4 E3 E1 – – STM4 STM1 STM1e – SDH/PDH STM16 Rate (Mbps) 2488.com .1 ppm steps For PDH/T-Carrier and SONET/SDH ∗1: All the general specifications of the XTA modules are described in the CMA5000a extended Transport Analysis Application datasheet ∗2: SC/PC connectors ∗3: BNC 75 Ω connectors (except for DS1 Bantam 100 Ω) ∗4: Depending on the XTA module configuration 151 http://www.048 44.1 and M.826.2100.

Peak to Peak. OOF. Interfaces STS-3/STM1e PDH/T-Carrier Jitter Generation Characteristics STS1 E4 E3 E1 DS3 DS1 Amplitude (UI) A3 15000 5200 15000 3500 200 4500 160 A2 150 52 150 35 20 45 16 A1 0. HP-REI. MS-REI.75 0. LSS. RDI-P.75 1 0. V5.12 1 F1 100 100 100 100 10 100 10 Frequency (Hz) F2 500 10000 500 10000 1000 10000 1000 F3 100k 520k 100k 350k 20k 400k 16k F4 1300k 1000k 3500k 800k 100k – 40k Jitter Measurement Rx Signals Jitter measurement at all bit rates included in the XTA module configuration Signal Qualification ensures that the incoming signal is in acceptable operating range before starting a jitter measurement. by checking: • Optical/electrical power • Frequency shift (up to 100 ppm) Alarms and errors are analyzed in real time during the jitter measurement: • SDH alarm events: LOS. REI-V.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Interfaces SONET/SDH Jitter Generation Characteristics OC-48/STM16 OC-12/STM4 OC-3/STM1 Amplitude (UI) A3 240000 60000 15000 A2 240 60 15 A1 0. LSS • SONET error events: B1. AIS. AU-AIS. RDI-L. HITS • SDH error events: B1.75 0. B2. LSS The optical input power must be in the range of –8 to –13 dBm for accurate measurement • Peak to Peak: 0 to 128 UI p-p • RMS∗: 0 to 64 UI rms • Peak to Peak: 0.1 Hz 1 Hz F1 Jitter Frequency in Hz F2 F3 F4 Jitter frequency and amplitude can be programmed within the range specified above. RMS∗ • Current and maximum values are displayed in numerical or graphical form Continued on next page Alarms and Errors Analysis Jitter Analyzer Characteristics Optical Sensitivity Measurement Ranges Amplitude Maximum resolution Built-in Filters Amplitude Results ∗: RMS: Root Mean Square 152 http://www. OOF. HITS • SONET alarm events: LOS. LP-RDI. V5. B2.com . TU-AIS. LOF. RDI-V. HP2 and HPrms • Low pass filters at 60 dB/dec for LP • Positive Peak. AIS.75 1 1 1. MS-AIS. LP-REI. AIS-L. AIS-P.300 1. AIS-V.300 1. REI-L. Negative Peak.anritsu.001 UI p-p • RMS∗: 0.001 UI rms Range from 10 Hz to 20 MHz • High-Pass filters at 20 dB/dec for HP1. MS-RDI. LOF. B3.300 F4 20000 5000 –∗ ∗: Not defined Peak-to-peak Amplitude A3 –20 dB/dec A2 –20 dB/dec A1 0.75 F1 1 1 1 Frequency (kHz) F2 4 16 65 F3 1. HP-RDI. REI-P. LSS.

Results are displayed in a numerical or graphical form Compliance with recommendation ITU-T G. Pointer sequences are programmable Results Wander Generation Tx Signals Wander Generation Characteristics Amplitude Range Frequency Range Frequency Shift Interfaces OC-48 SONET/ T-Carrier Wander Generation Characteristics OC-12 OC-3 STS-3 STS-1 DS3 DS1 2488. The jitter Tolerance measurement is automatically performed and compared with predefined standard masks: • PDH: ITU-T G.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Interfaces OC-48/STM16 OC-12/STM4 Jitter Measurement Filters Characteristics OC-3/STM1 STS-3/STM1e STS-1 E4 E3 E1 DS3 DS1 5000 1000 500 500 100 200 100 20 10 10 HP1 Hz (20 dB/dec) 1000 250 65 65 20 10 10 18 30 8 HP2 kHz (20 dB/dec) 20000 5000 1300 1300 400∗ 3500 800 100 400∗ 40∗ LP kHz (60 dB/dec) 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 HPrms kHz (20 dB/dec) ∗: At 20 dB/dec Filters with frequency break points The jitter measurement counts the number of seconds with hits (jitter exceeding a user specified threshold) Jitter Hits Results ‘Hit second’ count is displayed numerically Each second with a jitter hit is recorded in the ‘Event Log’ file An optimized algorithm increases jitter amplitude until occurrence of an error in the received signal. GR.520 51.783.com . A fast tolerance mode is also available.499 masks. G. G.253.825 masks • SONET: Telcordia GR.823 low and high Q masks • T-Carrier: ITU-T G.320 622.499 specifications Up to 20 MHz The results are displayed in tabular format or plotted on a graph showing the gain versus frequency.253 masks Independent transmit and receive tributaries can be selected The results are displayed in a graph with masks or a table with a clear PASS/FAIL message Jitter Tolerance User Selectable Mask Results Jitter Transfer measurement defines the ratio between the output jitter amplitude and the input jitter amplitude versus the jitter frequency for a given bit rate Jitter Transfer Jitter Transfer Pass Masks Frequency Results Jitter Pointer Analysis Jitter Transfer measurement is automatically performed and compared with ITU-T G.anritsu.840 44.520 155.783 and Telcordia GR.544 Sinusoïdal wander generation at all bit rates included in the XTA module configuration Up to 100 µs∗ 10 µHz to 10 Hz∗ Programmable frequency offset (only with internal clock reference) –100 to +100 ppm in 0.824 and Telcordia GR. The pass mask is displayed on the graph as well as the results The unit generates pointer sequences and simultaneously analyzes the output jitter of the device under test. category 1 and 2 • SDH: ITU-T G. It allows a more rapid assessment of the jitter performance of the system under test.1 ppm steps For PDH/T-Carrier and SONET/SDH Bit Rate Mbps A2 in UI From 10 µHz to 1 Hz 240 000 60 000 15 000 15 000 5200 4500 160 24 000 6000 1500 1500 520 450 16 A1 in UI at 10 Hz ∗: Depending on the XTA module configuration 153 http://www.080 155.736 1.742.741.

520 139. the MTIE analysis may have a superimposed frequency offset. AIS-L.01 ns • External: for wander analysis with XTA modules. B3. AU-AIS.320 622.anritsu. LP-REI.264 34. LOF. MS-REI. OOF. B2.75 Ω BNC connector 154 http://www.5 MHz . TDEV are displayed in a graphical and tabular result presentation Calculation of MTIE and TDEV are in real time Frequency offset is displayed Graphical mode is user adjustable with cursor and zoom In/Out Rx Signals Alarms and Errors Analysis TIE (Time Interval Error) Wander Analyzer Characteristics MTIE (Maximum Time Interval Error) MRTIE (Maximum Relative Time Interval Error) TDEV (Time DEViation) Reference Clock Signal Results ∗: No external reference clock source is required for jitter measurement External 2 MHz . LOF. AIS-P. LP-RDI.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Wander amplitude mask for SONET/SDH Peak-to-peak Amplitude A2 A1 –20 dB/dec 10 MHz 1 Hz Wander Frequency in Hz 10 MHz Interfaces STM16 SDH/PDH Wander Generation Characteristics STM4 STM1 STM1e E4 E3 E1 2488.1 ns If the reference clock is unavailable when analysing wander signals. REI-V. REI-L. V5. by checking: • Optical/electrical power • Frequency shift (up to 100 ppm) Alarms and errors are analyzed in real time during the jitter measurement • SDH alarm events: LOS.520 155. RDI-P. V5. OOF. REI-P. Measurement range: 105 ns Resolution: 0.048 Bit Rate Mbps A2 in UI From 10 µHz to 1 Hz 240000 60000 15000 15000 15000 3500 200 A2 in UI From 10 µHz to 1 Hz 24000 6000 1500 1500 1500 350 20 Wander Measurement Wander measurement at all bit rates in SONET/SDH included in the XTA module configuration Signal Qualification ensures that the incoming signal is in acceptable operating range before starting a wander measurement. This offset is removed in MRTIE analysis. MS-AIS. MTIE.368 2.com . it is recommended to provide a reference clock with very high accuracy∗ • Internal frequency: stratum 3 (10 MHz) TIE. LSS • SONET alarm events: LOS. AIS-V. B2. AIS. MS-RDI. RDI-L. LSS • SDH error events: B1. TU-AIS. External 1.75 Ω BNC connector. AIS. LSS • SONET error events: B1. HP-RDI. LSS Sample rate up to 100/s Low pass filter at 10 Hz Measurement range: from 1 µs up to 1 s Resolution: 0. RDI-V. MRTIE. HP-REI.080 155.

LCAS. CMA5000a XTA 10G-1550 nm module. Test Module for T-Carriers/PDH and SONET/SDH technologies up to 2.Delay) for High Order Path for XTA 2. STS1. STM1 Concatenation option for XTA 2. STS1. Test Module for T-Carriers/PDH and SONET/SDH technologies up to 10 Gbps It provides: ∗Optical interfaces at 1550 nm for OC192 and STM64 ∗Optical interfaces at 1310 nm and 1550 nm for OC3/12/48 and STM1/4/16 ∗Electrical interfaces for DS1. E3. LCAS. E3. E4. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. DS3. LCAS. Test Module for T-Carriers/PDH and SONET/SDH technologies up to 622 Mbps It provides: ∗Optical interfaces at 1310 nm and 1550 nm for OC3/12 and STM1/4 ∗Electrical interfaces for DS1.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. STS3.Delay) for High Order Path for XTA 622 module 5604-151-XTA 5604-239-XTA 5604-401-XTA 5604-501-XTA 155 http://www. E4. DS3.5G module Virtual Concatenation Monitoring option (VCAT. STM1 Concatenation option for XTA 10G-1550 nm module T-Carrier Package (T-carrier MUX/DEMUX and Voice Add/Drop (µ-Law)) Tandem Connection Monitoring option for XTA 10G-1550 nm module Remote Commands for XTA-10G 1550 nm module ∗T-Carrier Package/ATM/VCAT Monitoring options are not supported by remote commands ATM option for XTA 10G-1550 nm module Virtual Concatenation Monitoring option (VCAT. STS3. STM1 ∗Concatenation for OTA 622 Module ∗Tandem Connection Monitoring ∗Tx (generation) & Rx (analysis) Jitter and Wander package up to 622 Mbps T-Carrier Package (T-carrier MUX/DEMUX and Voice Add/Drop (µ-Law)) Remote Commands for XTA-622 module ∗T-Carrier Package/ATM/VCAT Monitoring options are not supported by remote commands ATM option for XTA 622 module Virtual Concatenation Monitoring option (VCAT. name and quantity when ordering. and E1.anritsu. Diff. and E1. Select base module and additional testing options below.5G module Remote Commands for XTA-2.5G module 5616-101-XTA 5616-151-XTA 5616-201-XTA 5616-239-XTA 5616-301-XTA 5616-351-XTA 5616-401-XTA 5616-501-XTA 5604-000-XTA CMA5000a XTA 622 module. and E1. It is a double (2-bay) module and can be used in either an SBA and MBA. DS3. Diff. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. E3.5G Must be ordered with the 5616-000-XTA Tx (generation) Only Jitter and Wander pkg up to 2. Diff. E4.5G module T-Carrier Package (T-carrier MUX/DEMUX and Voice Add/Drop (µ-Law)) Tandem Connection Monitoring option for XTA 2.Delay) for High Order Path for XTA 10G-1550 nm module 5665-000-XTA 5665-101-XTA 5665-151-XTA 5665-201-XTA 5665-239-XTA 5665-401-XTA 5665-501-XTA 5616-000-XTA CMA5000a XTA 2.5G module.5G Must be ordered with the 5616-000-XTA ATM option for XTA 2.5G module ∗T-Carrier Package/ATM/VCAT Monitoring/Next-Gen options are not supported by remote commands Tx (generation) & Rx (analysis) Jitter and Wander pkg up to 2. The CMA5600 XTA module is a test module for T-Carriers/PDH and SONET/SDH technologies up to 10 Gbps (depends on the module).com . STS3.5 Gbps It provides: ∗Optical interfaces at 1310 nm and 1550 nm for OC3/12/48 and STM1/4/16 ∗Electrical interfaces for DS1. STS1.

burstability and frame loss (as detailed in RFC 2544). UTA has a function of Reflector mode to swap the the IP address and MAC address of the received frame at the end of the network it helps to measure latency over network. This feature brings a lot of configurability to the module. maintenance. Frame Loss) and Sequence test. The UTA can generate and evaluate stackable VLAN and multi stream. • Easy to use All the UTA applications are based on the same graphical user interface. With its small size. Burst. The UTA's Master/slave function at End-to-End RFC2544 test can evaluate upstream/downstream of 10GigE network simultaneously and individually. SONET/SDH. • Flexible The UTA module also supports hot pluggable XFP and SFP transceivers. Whatever the network or equipment to test. Engineers and technicians tasked with the installation. The CMA5000a-UTA module provides efficient construction and maintenance of 10 Gigabit Ethernet (LAN-PHY. RFC2544 (Throughput.com . It can ease to find the bottleneck of the network. the field engineer has the insurance to be able to equip his UTA module with the right optical/ electrical interface. . 156 http://www.module represents a new generation of tester with this ability to support almost all the existing transport standards: Ethernet. Full line rate traffic generation and shaping up to 10 Gbps.. WAN-PHY) network. including throughput. the UTA module fits in the CMA5000a platform and provides a very portable solution for field engineer. To ensure proper and efficient deployment of services. the UTA 10 GigE application measures critical parameters during network installation. 10 Gigabit Ethernet Application • Universal The Universal Transport Analysis -UTA. ensures the easy installation. SDH/SONET and OTN applications. turn-up and maintenance of today’s networks have to deal with this increasing complexity in their daily job.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS 10 GigE/SDH/SONET/OTN CMA5000a-UTA Testing 10 GigE. frame generation and analysis. SDH/SONET and OTN Networks with One Single Module The last few years have witnessed a tremendous evolution of the transport networks with the emergence of new technologies. More than them. Latency. combined with comprehensive professional reporting.. troubleshooting and documentation of 10 GigE LAN-PHY and WANPHY networks. The UTA application is available with 10 GigE. latency. The UTA has ping. In this context. BER test.anritsu. a test instrument like the CMA5000a-UTA capable to manage all the main technologies in one single module is a great help. The users will greatly benefit from this feature as it significantly reduces the time of training with a new application.

• Gateway function (enable/disable) with configurable gateway IPV4 address and network mask.709 OTN network.6 dBm –14. The UTA application characterizes 10 Gbit/s SONET/SDH networks down to the tributary level (DS1/E1). ∗4 Interfaces 10GBASE-SR/SW 10GBASE-LR/LW 10GBASE-ER/EW Wavelength 840 nm to 860 nm 1290 nm to 1330 nm 1530 nm to 1565 nm Output Power –7.0 dBm –8. • Multi stream (1 . The UTA can generate O.06 MHz (for WAN-PHY) Format Optical Interfaces∗3. reliable testing of a multitude of parameters.049 Gbit/s FEC and 11.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SDH/SONET Application For characterizing and documenting network performance levels.2 to +0.anritsu.0 dBm ∗1: The XFP interface of the UTA module meets the requirements stated in the MSA standard ∗2: 10GigE WAN-PHY is an option ∗3: Requires XFP that must be ordered separately ∗4: As defined in IEEE 802. the UTA supports 11. including Alarm and Error analysis.709 Git/s).3ae: • 10GigE LAN-PHY • 10GigE WAN-PHY∗2 E1 (2. Real specifications may be different depending on the XFP used Traffic Generation • Encapsulation Type (Ethertype/SNAP/LLC1). Round Trip Delay measurement with 100 ns resolution. Specifications • 10GigE Application Interfaces and Signal Specifications Signal 10 Gig Ethernet Clock Input Port/Connector One XFP port∗1 Bantam 100 Ω BNC 75 Ω BNC 75 Ω Clock Output SMA 50 Ω As per IEEE 802.53 MHz (for LAN-PHY) • 622.048 Mbit/s)/DS1 (1.com .8) Uniform and burst profiles Constant and random frame size Response to Pause frames (enable/disable) FCS errors: User programmable number of frames User programmable number of Pause frame Frame Edition Traffic Profile Edition Frame Size Distribution Flow Control Error Insertion Pause Frames Insertion 157 http://www.3ae. It supports the format of OTU-1 (2.048 MHz/1. APS with 125 µs resolution. network availability and performance evaluation. • VLAN Tag (1 .4095) fields. • ARP function (enable/disable) for destination MAC address discovery.1 dBm –1.7 to +4.0 dBm +0. • Source and Destination MAC addresses. • Payload content: PRBS or User Defined pattern.3) with configurable PRIORITY (0 . • Source and Destination IP V4 addresses. the UTA SDH/SONET application provides efficient.182 poisson error which is required to test FEC encoder of the transmission equipments.5 dBm –1.544 Mbit/s) 2.0 dBm 300 m 10 km 40 km Reach Overload Sensitivity –11. OTU-2 (10.7)/CFI (enable/disable)/ID (0 .5 dBm –4.3 to –1. Other than them.544 MHz/10 MHz 10 MHz Line rate divided by 16: • 644.0 dBm –12.66 Gbit/s).095 Gbit/s FEC to map 10GigE traffic in them. OTN Application The CMA5000a-UTA module provides efficient construction and maintenence of ITU-T G.

048 MHz/1. Multicast. Real specifications may be different depending on the XFP used. Oversized. In addition the user is able to filter the traffic so that only certain frames are captured and triggers are definable so that the capture can be started at the correct time. • ARP function (enable/disable) for destination MAC address discovery. 155.08 MHz (with STM-4/16/64). Frame Rate (Fps) • Number of Frames: (Total. Frame Loss.544 Mbit/s) 2. This feature provides ultimate detail for advanced troubleshooting.1. Unicast. • Generation of Ping frames (with user-programmable Quanta field) • Response to received Ping frames The UTA This feature will allow users of the CMA5000a 10GigE module to capture Ethernet frames from the network and decode and view them in a traditional “3-pane type” display. thereby allowing the counting of out of sequence frames and duplicated frames when transmitting in more than a simple point to point network. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Interfaces and Signal Specifications Signal STM-64/OC-192 (9953. 158 http://www.com . • Gateway function (enable/disable) with configurable gateway IPV4 address and network mask.691 and G.280 Mbit/s) Clock Input Clock Output Data Communication Channel Port/Connector One XFP port∗1 Bantam 100 Ω BNC 75 Ω BNC 75 Ω SMA 50 Ω DB-15 connector • STM-64: as per ITU-T G.707 • OC-192: as per Telcordia GR-253-Core E1(2. Latency. one at each end of the network connection.048 MHz/1.544 MHz/10 MHz 2. FCS Errored) • Miscellaneous: • Frames lost due to Internal MAC Errors • Symbol errors • In Range Length error Jabbers • Frames with size between 64 bytes and 127 bytes • Frames with size between 128 bytes and 255 bytes • Frames with size between 256 bytes and 511 bytes • Frames with size between 512 bytes and 1023 bytes • Frames with size between 1024 bytes and 1518 bytes • Jumbo frames • Average frame size (bytes) Frame Statistics Frame Size Distribution (available for both Tx and Rx) RFC 2544 Tests Test Modes General configuration parameters RFC 2544 Tests • Switch/Router Test: Only one unit is required.anritsu.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Traffic Monitoring Thresholds Frame Performance User programmable thresholds (to trigger LED error indicators): Utilization (%). The Reflector mode is used for end-to-end or loopback tests in switched networks. Fragmented. Broadcast. Undersized.52 MHz (with STM-1) D1-D3: 192 kbit/s channel D4-D12: 576 kbit/s channel Optical Interfaces∗2.1 IR2/S64.544 MHz 622. Performs a BERT test on a PRBS pattern inserted in the Ethernet frame payload. Pause) • Errored Frames (Total. • Destination MAC and IPV4 addresses • Source MAC and IPV4 addresses. Throughput (Mbps). the UTA application filters selected Ethernet frames and swaps MAC/IP Source and Destination addresses before resending them into the network. Good. Used to test the data link layer of a switch or a router somewhere in the network.048 Mbit/s) / DS1(1. Throughput.2 LR2/P1L1-2D2 Wavelength 1290 nm to 1330 nm 1530 nm to 1565 nm 1530 nm to 1565 nm Output Power –6 dBm/–1 dBm –1 dBm/+2 dBm 0 dBm/+4 dBm Reach 10 km (SMF) 40 km (SMF) 80 km (SMF) Overload –1 dBm –1 dBm –9 dBm Sensitivity –11 dBm –14 dBm –24 dBm Format ∗1: The XFP interface of the UTA module meets the requirements stated in the MSA standard ∗2: Requires XFP that must be ordered separately ∗3: As defined in G. • WAN-PHY frames generation and analysis • Overhead Edition (SOH/TOH and POH) • Alarms/errors generation and analysis EN61326-1. Sequence testing involves the insertion of ascending sequence numbers inside each frame that is transmitted. ∗3 Interfaces SR1/I64. Burstability Miscellaneous Reflector Mode Ping Tests Capture & Decode (option) Sequence Tests (option) BERT Tests (option) WAN-PHY (option) EMC LVD When in Reflector mode. • End-to-End Network Test: Two units are required. The user is then able to see the hexadecimal representation of each frame captured.959.

544 MHz reference clock • Timed from 1.048 Mbit/s received signal • External 1.anritsu.com Bulk Filled E3.544 Mbit/s received signal • External 10 MHz reference clock • Timed from STM-64/OC-192 received signal Clock Reference • SDH/SONET Application SONET Mappings Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* DS2 Bulk Filled E1 Bulk Filled DS0: N x 64 kbit/s. N x 56 kbit/s *: Concatenated payloads are proposed as product option **: OC-3/12/48 rates are proposed as product option DS1 Bulk Filled Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Continued on next page Bulk Filled* 159 E4 http://www. DS3 .IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Clock Synchronization • Internal stratum 3 clock generation • External 2.048 MHz reference clock • Timed from 2.

RDI-P. LSS. LP-PLM. AIS-V. B3. RS-TIM. LP-RFI. FEBE • SDH A1/A2. LPS. B3. M2.2110 for performance • • • • • J0. Word. CRC-6. H4. B1. Z3. Z7 • J2 (Trace Identifier) SDH SOH Editor POH Editor (VC-4 and VC-3) POH Editor (VC-12) • All bytes of SOH (STM-1) are programmable except B1/B2 • J0 (Trace Identifier) • C2. M. UNEQ-V. HP-PLM. LOM-V. HP-RDI. F3. TU-LOP. SFAW. TU-LOM. AIS-P. MS-RDI. FPS. LP-RDI. PLM-V.anritsu. PRBS.828. HP-REI. RDI-V. OOF. HP-UNEQ. OOF. G1. G. REI-P. Parity P. F-bit. MS-REI. LOP-P. UNEQ-P. AU-AIS. Word. HP-TIM. REI-L. MAW. Z6. TU-AIS. F2. LOMF • Pointer value • Number of positive and negative pointer movements • Number of pointer movement with NDF • SONET Transmission quality is calculated each second as per GR-253 • SDH/PDH Transmission quality is calculated each second in accordance with recommendations G. AIS. LOF. LOP-V. SEF. DS3 Bulk Filled E0: N x 64 kbit/s *: Concatenated payloads are proposed as product option **: STM1/4/16 rates are proposed as product option E1 Bulk Filled SONET/SDH Overhead Editors SONET TOH Editor POH Editor (STS) POH Editor (VT) • All bytes of TOH (STS-1/STS-3) are programmable except B1/B2 and Z0 • J0 (Trace Identifier) • C2. N1 • J1 (Trace Identifier) • V5. B2. M. LSS. LPS. LOF. PLM-P. N1 • J1 (Trace Identifier) • V5. K4 • J2 (Trace Identifier) Path Analysis Signal Qualification Power meter • Frequency meter • SONET A1/A2. LP-UNEQ. PRBS.1.101. K3. B1.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SDH Mappings Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* Bulk Filled* E4 Bulk Filled E3. V5. Parity CP. B2. J1 and J2 Path Trace messages (ASCII sequence) S1 (synchronization status) C2/V5 (signal label) Complete display of SOH/TOH and POH of the analyzed path channel Capture capacity: 64 consecutive frames Errors Analysis Alarms Analysis Pointer Movement Analysis Quality Analysis Overhead Analysis Event Analysis Alarms and errors event analysis in temporal graphical display with 125 µs resolution 160 http://www. V5. RDI-L. LOMF. TIM-P. REI-V. AIS-L. LP-B3. H4. LP-REI.826. LP-TIM. F2. FAW. AIS. IDLE • SDH LOS. MS-AIS. G1. FAW. TIM-V.2100. AU-LOP. Z4.RFI-V. RAI. CRC4 • SONET LOS. M. TIM-S. N2.2101.com . M-bit.

783 sequences ODU Editor OPU Editor Error Control 161 http://www. Correctable FEC block. Operator bytes • GCC 0 • RES: 3 bytes • TCM/ACT: 1 byte • TCM-i (i = 1 to 6): SAPI.09573 Gbps 2. ERR • FEC: Correctable FEC bit.2101. G.826.1 and M.709 Gbps 11. Operator bytes • FTFL: 1 byte • GCC 1: 2 bytes • GCC 2: 2 bytes • APS/PCC: 4 bytes PSI: PT Errors Addition SDH over OTN SONET over OTN OTN A1/A2.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Round Trip Delay • • • • Measurement possible at each path level Resolution: 100 ns Range: 0 to 2 s (depending on path level) Result: Maximum RTD. AU-REI.04911 Gbps 11. REI-P. DAPI. B1.Pointer set to any value with or without NDF . MFAS.Positive and Negative movements . B3.G.828 Structure Scan Complete signal mapping auto discovery (including Mix Payload) Trouble Scan Continuous VC-4/SPEs scanning for alarms and errors detection • OTN Application Frame Formats OTN format SDH format SONET format OTU-2 and OTU-1 as per ITU-T G.707 OC-192 and OC-48 as per Telcordia GR-253 Unframed Signals Rates • • • • 10.709 STM-64 and STM-16 as per ITU-T G. MS-REI. PM-BEI • Programmable number or Rate • FEC error control: User-programmable 8-bit mask Test Functions OTU Frequency Shift OPU Justifications FEC SDH/SONET Pointer Movements • Programmable frequency offset: –100 to +100 ppm • Generation of payload frequency offset: –65 to +65 ppm • FEC encoder can be deactivated • Pointer movement generation: .2101 • Automatic calculation of Performance Objectives according to ITU-T recommendations such as G. DAPI. SM-BIP 8. M.182 (Poisson error generation) • OTU: FAS. B2. B3. such as M. SM-BEI • ODU: PM-BIP 8. OA2 • SM: SAPI.com . Uncorrectable FEC block Error generation according to O. B1. minimum RTD. B2. REI-L.anritsu. ERR A1/A2.2100. Average RTD and errors/alarms detection Automatic Protection Switching Measurement • Number of switches • Switch duration (with 125 µs resolution) • K1/K2 capture and interpretation Performance Analysis • Direct graphical presentation of performance and availability conformance test result • Automatic calculation of acceptance thresholds according to ITU-T recommandations.66 Gbps OTN Overhead Editors OTU Editor • FAS: OA1.

PM-BEI Payload: ERR Error Analysis Alarm Analysis Justifications • OTU: LOF. PM-DAPI • OPU: PLM On steady-state or programmable number of frames OTN Analysis Signal Qualification • Power meter (dB) • Frequency meter (ppm) • • • • FEC: FEC bit. AIS-L. SM-BIP 8. SM-BDI. OTU-AIS. SM-BIAE. SM-BIAE • ODU: ODU-AIS. RS-TIM. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. LCAS.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Alarms Addition SDH over OTN SONET over OTN OTN Alarm Control LOF. SM-BEI ODU: PM-BIP 8. MS-AIS. ODU-LCK. Ordering Information 5610-000-UTA UTA base module ∗Applications must be ordered separately 10 GigE application 5610-101-UTA 5610-102-UTA 5610-111-UTA 5610-112-UTA 5610-113-UTA 5610-140-UTA 5610-141-UTA 5610-142-UTA 10 GigE LAN-PHY application (XFP not included) 10 GigE WAN-PHY application (XFP not included) Options “Capture & Decode” option for LAN-PHY/WAN-PHY applications “BERT” option for LAN-PHY/WAN-PHY applications “Sequence Test” option for LAN-PHY/WAN-PHY applications Accessories 850 nm XFP transceiver (LC connector) 1310 nm XFP transceiver (LC connector) 1550 nm XFP transceiver (LC connector) OC-192/STM-64 Application 5610-201-UTA 5610-211-UTA 5610-212-UTA 5610-213-UTA 5610-214-UTA 5610-215-UTA 5610-216-UTA 5610-239-UTA 10 Gig SONET/SDH application (XFP not included) Options Concatenation option for 10 Gig SONET/SDH application Voice add/drop option for 10 Gig SONET/SDH application (only available for SONET) Tandem Connection Monitoring option for 10 Gig SONET/SDH application ATM option 10 Gig SONET/SDH application Virtual Concatenation Monitoring option (VCAT. FUEB OTU: FAS. the CMA5000a platform must have 512M RAM when using UTA with more than one application. SM-DAPI • ODU: ODU-AIS. HP-RDI. LOP-P. OOF. TIM-P. OOM.com . The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. SM-TIM. MS-RDI. name and quantity when ordering. AIS-P. SM-TIM. OTU-AIS. 162 http://www. LSS LOF. RDI-L. TIM-S. ODU-OCI. SM-SAPI. MFAS. AU-LOP. PM-TIM • OPU: PLM • Positive and Negative OPU justifications count • OPU frequency shift (ppm) Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. The CMA5610 UTA (Universal Transport Analysis) Module is a Double wide module and can be used in a CMA 5000a platform SBA and MBA. PLM-P. SM-IAE. LOM. SM-IAE. PM-BDI. HP-UNEQ. HP-PLM. SM-BDI. LOM. AU-AIS. PM-SAPI. RDI-P.anritsu. PM-BDI. SEF. OOF.Delay) for High Order for 10 Gig SONET/SDH application ‘’STM-1/4/16 and OC-3/12/48” option for 10 Gig SDH/SONET application (SFP not included) Remote Command for SDH/SONET application (via Ethernet) Remark: Voice Add/Drop/ATM/VCAT Monitoring options are not supported by remote commands OTN Application 5610-301-UTA 5610-311-UTA ‘’OTN’’ application for UTA module supporting OTU-2 interface (XFP not included) “OTU-1” option for OTN application (SFP not included) ∗: For best performance. FEC block. LSS • OTU: LOF. OOM. HP-TIM. OOF. ODU-LCK. ODU-OCI. Diff. UNEQ-P.

Installation and Commissioning In today’s triple play networks proper installation testing and verification is essential to providing QoE to your customer.anritsu.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS ETHERNET TEST SET CMA5000a Gigabit Ethernet Module II Accelerating the Deployment of Ethernet Services The Gigabit Ethernet application is a single slot module that can be used in any CMA5000a. The Gigabit Ethernet test module enables testing of 10/100/1000 Mbps optical and electrical Ethernet networks. the module provides RFC2544 test functions including: Throughput. Features • Small light weight single slot module • Industry standard SFP optics • Extended Battery operation • Easy to use graphical user interface • RFC 2544 Master/slave functionality to ensure ease of use • Professional and comprehensive report generation Fig. The module is specifically designed to facilitate installation and maintenance of Ethernet networks. The CMA5000a not only performs these tests but automates the process through an Auto search function which decreases test time but still provides the accuracy that is needed. For maintenance and troubleshooting the module provides complete.com . For installation. In addition the pass through capabilities of the CMA5000a allow for non-intrusive network monitoring. Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting The CMA5000a targeted application modes allow for quick and easy set up to ensure decreased downtime of the network under test. The industry standard RFC2544 is this method of ensuring proper network turn up and is required for deploying and commissioning high data rate networks. Latency and Frame Loss tests.1: Intuitive graphical user interface provides unsurpassed ease of use 163 http://www. The module provides 2 optical (SFP) and 2 electrical (RJ45) ports. The auto-detect and auto negotiation capabilities takes the guess work out of connectivity and link status. non-intrusive monitoring capabilities and presents comprehensive statistics to give insight into the network's health and status. User defined thresholds provide instant pass/fail notification of the network impairment.

anritsu. 3: Quick and automated RFC 2544 testing.2: User defined traffic mix provides emulation of real world traffic Fig.com . 164 http://www.4: Targeted application modes provide the required tests for each test application Fig.5: Intuitive test results in both a tabular and graphical display.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Fig. Fig.

The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.__ __ __ . stepped. • Transmit Statistics Monitor Application (cont’d) • Total frames • Unicast frames • Multicast frames • Broadcast frames • Number of pause frames • Number of VLAN tagged frames • Total errored frames • Number of fragment frames • Number of oversize frames • Number of undersized frames • Number of FCS errored frames • Number of collisions (10/100 Mbps half duplex only) • Preamble violations • Alignment errors • IFG violations • Total valid/good frames • 64 byte to 127 byte frames • 128 byte to 255 byte frames • 256 byte to 511 byte frames • 512 byte to 1023 byte frames • 1024 byte to 1518 byte frames • Total number of jumbo frames • Max. average frame rate Connectivity Additional Support EMC LVD Traffic Generation Application • Variable line rate traffic generation. average utilization • Max. name and quantity when ordering.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications General Ports 2 electrical 10/100/1000 Mbps 2 optical (SFP) 1000 Mbps (sold as separate line item) Auto negotiation User defined On or selective service Auto detection User defined On or Off Pass through mode in Monitor/Tgen application ARP Response PING Response Trace Route EN61326-1.. • User selectable step duration • User selectable frame content • Frame profile: constant. average frame size • Total frames in bursts • Max. stepped and user defined frames sizes including Jumbo frames. min. Error Free Second • Sequence Errors. stepped • Step duration • User selectable number of repeats • Frame profile: constant.GIGE 850 nm GigE SFP Transceiver 1300 nm GigE SFP Transceiver 1550 nm GigE SFP Transceiver 850 nm 100ME SFP Transceiver 165 http://www. Errored Second. • Burst profile: constant. IEEE 802... oversized frames • FCS errored frames • IFG violations • Preamble violations • Alignment errors RFC-2544 Application • Graphical display of “use cases” to choose from for ease of use • Support for Half duplex • Auto Search • User selectable “stop on No frame loss” • VLAN tag selectable • Predefined test configurations • Frame profile: constant. • A text version of the report may be generated.. Thresholds • Base Model 5710-CS-OPT 5710-000-GIGE Base GigE II module • Software Option • SFP Options 085 013 015 100 = = = = Channel Statistics 5710 . min. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Performance Statistics General Health/ Line Statistics Monitor Application • Link status • Signal present • Frames present • Speed • Full or half duplex • Interface type • Local clock • Pause capable • Asymmetric pause capable • Link partner capabilities • Max.. min. up to full line rate • Configurable IP and Ethernet source and destination addresses (Support of IPv4 and IPv6 addressing) • Configurable TCP and UDP source and destination ports • Unicast and broadcast frames • EtherType II (DIX V.3 with SNAP encapsulation • Adjustable frame size from 38 bytes to 10..2). average burst size • Compare transmitted and received Statistics • Current and cumulative To facilitate simplified Pass/Fail evaluation of the tested results Adjustable Thresholds for the following: • Utilization • Throughput • Collision rate • Unicast. or random length to emulate real world traffic profiles. Sequence sync Loss Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.000 bytes • User definable VLAN ID and VLAN priority • Configurable data field (payload) supporting PRBS or user defined payload • User definable traffic mix (Broadcast and Unicast) • Frame sizes may be set to constant. • User selectable step duration • User selectable number of repeats • Selectable “measure latency only at throughputs” • Printable PDF report • Results and settings • Tabular and graphical results • Custom logos can be generated on the PDF report. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. stepped and user defined frames sizes including Jumbo frames. min. min. Frame Loss.3 with 802....anritsu.. Broadcast frames • Pause frames • Errored frames • Fragment frames • Undersized. with CSV utilized for tabular results.com . stepped and user defined frames sizes including Jumbo frames. General Throughput and Frame Loss Back to back frames (Burst) Latency Frame Statistics Report Channel Statistics (option) • Frame count/rate • Throughput • Errored frames • Frame/Packet size distribution • IP packet rate/Throughput/Errors • TCP/UDP packet rate/Throughput/Errors • Different filters are available to be used in conjunction with the Channel Statistics Option to show only the required type of traffic of interest Statistics Displayed Frame Distribution Statistics Filter Burst Statistics Transmit Statistics BERT Application BERT Statistics Sequence Status • Bert. average throughput • Max. Multicast.2 (LLC1) and IEEE 802.

The instrument is powered by rechargeable and replaceable intelligent high-capacity LiIon batteries. with its two 2 Mbps receivers and transmitters.In-service error performance measurement The intuitive user interface. The basic CMA 3000 configuration. 166 http://www. Using the high-contrast touch-screen display you can easily customize and store both setup and result screens to fit your personal needs and work routines. in-depth and all-layer analysis of transmission problems. compact and user-friendly field tester. including SDH. with a large color LCD display and easyto-understand graphical symbols allows you to easily read and interpret results of measurements. Other options turn the CMA 3000 into a very powerful signaling analyzer for GSM.pdf files for selected measurement results. eliminating time-consuming instrument setup. E4. GPRS/EDGE. With the powerful and flexible report generator you can create . including fast first-aid troubleshooting to comprehensive.Traffic monitoring . Field Testing Has Never Been Easier CMA 3000 All-in-one Field Tester is Anritsu’s next-generation portable. supports framed and unframed testing and monitoring of 2 Mbps systems.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS ALL-IN-ONE FIELD TESTER CMA 3000 Installation and Maintenance of Mobile-Access and Fixed-Access Networks. The CMA 3000 can also be powered via an external mains adapter for long-term measurements. It’s designed specifically for field technicians who install and maintain mobile-access and fixedaccess networks. providing more than 10 hours of operation between recharges. The CMA 3000 is a powerful tool for a wide range of applications. Key Features Easy-to-Use Interface • Simultaneous bi-directional monitoring of 2 Mbps lines • Powerful testing of framed N × 64 kbps and unframed 2 Mbps systems • Simultaneous testing of two 2 Mbps lines • Great flexibility through easy-to-install options • LEDs for immediate line state indications • Large color touch-display • Battery-powered. In addition. frame relay lines and the Abis interface of GSM and GPRS networks.Fast troubleshooting .Provisioning .and out-of-service transmission quality.Propagation time analysis • Performance analysis • Physical line monitoring • In-service monitoring for: .Identification of synchronization problems . the CMA 3000 has a full selection of interfaces for data transfer and external communication including LAN interface and USB ports to give you full flexibility whether in the field or in the workshop. You may also configure the CMA 3000 to the received signal. SS7. Remote operation is facilitated through an optional MS Windows® program simulating the instrument's front panel. Thus you can document test results to customers. Futureproof Design The modular design provides you with a clear and cost-effective upgrade path. Transmission Networks and Switching. with more than 10 hours operation between recharges Key Applications • Comprehensive out-of-service testing for: . E3 and Ethernet interfaces.Installation . and ISDN protocols.com . This makes CMA 3000 the ideal instrument for measuring in. Finally options allow the instrument to emulate VoIP or ISDN PRI calls. transmission networks and switching. ATM connections.anritsu. By adding options the CMA 3000 becomes a highly flexible field tester with the ability to test a large number of interfaces and technologies.

The instrument's two inputs allow instant monitoring of both sides of a line and comparison of simultaneously recorded results. providing essential information on the monitored transmission system. This allows you take measurements at any suitable measuring point. Histogram presentations facilitate the tracing of errors over time. Figure 3: Simultaneous out-of-service testing of up to two 2 Mbps lines with CMA 3000. and error-performance parameters (G. Figure 2: Fast overview of traffic channel time slots.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Speeds Troubleshooting To speed troubleshooting the CMA 3000 displays alarms and transmission link status on LED indicators. Fault location is greatly facilitated by the high degree of portability of the robust CMA 3000.821/G. Advanced In-Service Troubleshooting Troubleshooting transmission errors may require analysis of timing between events that occur within a few milliseconds. You may also define thresholds for the ‘OK/not-OK’ levels.2100) are calculated. 167 http://www. The CMA 3000’s high-resolution log makes it easier to analyze timing between errors or alarms.anritsu. The Measurement Summary function gives you a rapid overview of a measurement via an ‘OK/Questionable/not-OK’ indication. Figure 4: The Measurement Summary function gives you an OK/Questionable/not-OK indication. including: • Line alarms on LED indicators with a trap facility • Display of current input frequency and deviation • Indication of input level • Traffic channel usage • Audio level in a traffic channel • Propagation time monitor • Listen-in on a traffic channel Out-of-Service or In-Service Statistics Figure 1: The CMA 3000 allows you to perform in-service monitoring of 2 Mbps lines. Information on errors and alarms is collected in time-intervals as defined by you.com .826/M. Statistics are also available for in-service analysis of the transmissionerror performance of a line. Figure 5: CMA 3000 gives you a log of errors and alarms with high-resolution time stamps. For installation/commissioning and troubleshooting of out-of-service lines the CMA 3000 provides powerful statistical measurements for Bit Error Rate (BER) testing. The CMA 3000 status monitor is always active.

depending on the options added.6 (as specified by the user) Balanced connector: • BNO Number of transmitters: 2 Number of receivers: 2 Output impedances supported: • 75 Ω (unbalanced). QRSS 11. (7:1). SS7. CRC-4. code. except ‘All 0’. User-defined up to 16 bits. Figure 6: With the CMA 3000 you have comprehensive error performance statistics. All 1 s. PRBS 12. Sa bit changes and.048 MHz clock in a D-Sub 15 male connector HDB3 or AMI (user-selectable) • Unframed or framed (FAS/nFAS) • Sa-bits (non-FAS) are user-programmable Supports drop & insert of one or multiple 64 kbps timeslots (TS) within E1 Alarm may be generated: • No Signal.com . Using filters you may disable the logging and display of individual events. ‘All 1’ and ‘Fox’. a number of other events types. 10–4. the instrument allows you to inject errors and alarms into the transmitted signal. 120 Ω (balanced) • Internal 2. No Frame. such as GSM. PRBS 9. This allows you to correlate and observe the different event types.) (Bit. Specifications The specifications table on the following pages covers the functionality of the CMA 3000 basic instrument. AIS. (3:24). FAS bit. Length in steps of 8 bits • All patterns. General Connectors The interfaces comply with ITU-T recommendation G. Distant Alarm. (1:3). CRC-4. PRBS 11. Length in steps of 1 bit • User-defined up to 2048 bits. FAS word. Quick brown fox. 10–5.6 ppm • Clock may be deviated +/– 125 ppm in 1 ppm steps • Recovered from a receiver • TTL level external 2. CAS MF Loss. FAS. GPRS/EDGE. In addition. Distant MF Alarm Errors may be generated in: • Error insertion: (Bit. you may diverge the frequency of the transmitted signal from nominal to test a receiver’s ability to handle signals that are out of specifications. PRBS 15.048 Mbps clock. (1:7).6/5. and ISDN signaling. Alternating (1:1). 10–3. 10–6.2100 events (ES.826 or M. PRBS 7. CRC4 MF loss. PRBS 20.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Other events logged are CAS bit changes. allowing you to view only the most essential information. pattern slip CAS signalling bits may be generated Pattern generation: • Unframed of framed n × 64 kbps in contiguous or non-contiguous channel access Test patterns supported: • PRBS 6. 10–7 • Provoking of G. Figure 7: The CMA 3000 histograms facilitate the overview of a statistical measurement. E-bit) • Manual slip insertion: frame slip. E-bit) • Manual: 1-255 consecutive errors (1-16 consecutive FAS word errors) • Continuous 10–2. PRBS 23. SES etc. (3:1). QRSS 20 • All 0s.anritsu. can be inverted Tone in one speech channel on one of the transmitters: • Frequency: 1 Hz to 4 kHz in 1 Hz steps • Level: –70 to +3 dBm in 1 dBm steps Artificial speech signal in one speech channel on one of the transmitters Continued on next page 2 Mbps interfaces Port number Impedance Clocks Line code Framing Drop and insert Alarms Transmitter Errors CAS BER test patterns Tone and speech signal insertion 168 http://www. When generating a 2 Mbps signal. G.821. Out-of-Service Tests During installation/commissioning and stress testing of network elements it’s possible to control the signal transmitted by the CMA 3000.703 for 2 Mbps Unbalanced connector: • BNC or Siemens 1. You can check the event log during or after a measurement. Accuracy: 4.

G.823 section 3. and full sensitivity • Each input has a signal level detector • Each input has signal frequency detector Framing and pattern are automatically determined. nominal impedance BRIDGED: Up to 40 dB cable attenuation. High impedance TERMINATE: Up to 40 dB cable attenuation. to insert human voice into a traffic channel and to listen-in using the loud speaker in the telephone set Connector: • RJ11 (1 × 6) Female • The built-in loudspeaker monitors speech in both directions of a voice channel • Output level: user-controlled from front panel • A jack provides ear phone access to the audio signal. G. CAS signaling. or based on CRC-4. Pattern Errors. 10. Distant Alarm. Code errors. Whenever a CAS channel contents change. High (>10 * nominal) In accordance with ITU-T G. 30 min.826 or M. Changes in CAS and Sa bits • Filters enable/disable the logging of individual events 32 Mbytes are available for measurement results 2 USB 1.826 or M.1.711 Current information on: • Alarms and errors on the monitored line • Input level indication • Frequency deviation • Round trip delay • Contents of one time slot • FAS/non-FAS and CAS bits • Traffic overview: Busy/idle indication from all 31 channels User-defined resolution: 1. One RJ45 connector DTE. AIS. CRC-4 or E-bit count or ratio • Resolution: 1 µsec (unframed). Male • For connection of an optional telephone set. 5. an event is logged and time-stamped Same as transmitter.2100 analysis of a PRBS in the received signal. Connector: 9 pin. EFS. BBE (G.821.703 MONITOR: Up to 6 dB cable attenuation (20 to 30 dB linear attenuation). CRC-4 and E-bit error count/ratio and G.821). The built-in loudspeaker is disconnected when a headset is plugged in The instrument is equipped with one CompactFlash socket Continued on next page Error performance Round trip delay (propagation time) measurement Time-slot monitoring Speech decode Status Results Statistics Event log Memory capacity Internal memory capacity USB data Interface Service interfaces Ethernet Interface V. Test patterns are detected in n × 64 kbps contiguous or non-contiguous channels (framed) or as an unframed signal • G. CRC4 errors. Distant MF Alarm Errors detected: • FAS/nFAS errors. 30 s. CMA 3000 will operate as host Ethernet 10/100. DM (G. FAS.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Impedance Jitter tolerance Return loss Receiver attenuation and impedance modes Receiver sensitivity Input level indication Receive signal rate Line code Framing Detectors Auto configuration Receivers Alarms Errors CAS BER test patterns Input impedances supported: • 75 Ω (unbalanced). 4.com . Inputs will tolerate input levels up to 3 dB above nominal value Range: +3 to –42 dB (normal) or –20 to –32 dB (monitor) • 2048 kbps ±100 ppm • Frequency deviation indication accuracy: ±1 ppm HDB3 or AMI (user-selectable) Unframed or framed (FAS/nFAS) • Each input has a no signal detector with levels –20 dB.anritsu. ES.826). UAT. G. E-bit (FEBE) errors. Nominal impedance As stated above. positive/negative peak values and coder offset. –33 dB. Contents of single time slot incl.1 msec framed • Range: 0 to 4 sec FAS. 15.703): A-law according to ITU-T Rec. 2. 5. Frame Slips CAS channel contents (TS16) can be supervised.defined error performance parameter or programmable OK and not-OK limits for Bit. Level and frequency for encoded tone: • Frequency: 1 Hz to 4 kHz with 1 Hz resolution • Level: –66 to +3 dBm with 1 dBm resolution In one 64 kbps time slot (ITU-T Rec. 120 Ω (balanced). AT % or count Error performance evaluation for the total measurement: • HR% for a user. CAS MF loss. E-bit or FAS. Signaling channels are identified if signaling options are installed Alarm detected: • No Signal.821.24 data Interface Phone interface Other interfaces Built-in loudspeaker CompactFlash 169 http://www. G. 12 hours Information logged: • Alarms • Code error count/ratio • Pattern bit. D-sub. Pattern Slips. Connector type A. 0. SES. 2. 15. FAS.1 ports.1 Complies with the ITU-T Rec. 1.2100 parameters • Frequency deviation information • Events are logged with 1 msec resolution time stamps • Logged events: Detected alarms and errors. 1. CRC4 MF loss. No Frame. 6. NONFAS. G. BERT Pattern Sync Loss.

330 (W) × 230 (H) × 75 (D) mm • Weight: Approx.3.8 V rechargeable and replaceable intelligent LiIon battery Operating time (basic instrument): • With PowerSave.screen 34 bi-color LEDs (with text on display) 10. 3. LVD: EN60950-2006/95/EEC • • • • User’s Guide Li-ion battery Mains adapter with mains cable Stylus Battery Mains adapter Mechanical Environmental Standard accessories Miscellaneous Options • SDH test options • Frame relay test option • Abis protocols – ETSI and vendor specific* • Vendor specific GPRS Abis PCU protocols* • GPRS Gb interface protocol decode (requires Frame relay test option) • SS7 protocols* • ISDN protocols* • ISDN PRI call emulation protocols* • V-series interface measurement option • Ethernet 10/100 interface measurement option • Ethernet 10/100/1000 interface measurement option • IP over Ethernet measurement option (requires Ethernet interface measurement option) • Ethernet multistream option (requires Ethernet interface measurement option) • Ethernet stacked VLAN option (requires Ethernet interface measurement option) • Ethernet MPLS option (requires Ethernet interface measurement option) • Basic VoIP test option (requires Ethernet interface measurement option) • VoIP SIP Call emulator option (requires Basic VoIP test option) • VoIP H. 3.323 Call emulator option (requires Basic VoIP test option) • VoIP Voice quality measurement (requires a VoIP call emulator) • E3 interface testing • ATM over SDH test option (requires SDH test option) • ATM over E1/E3 test option (ATM over E3 requires E3 test option) • Carrying case • Carrying soft bag • Instrument carrying strap • Extra Li-ion battery • Ear phones • Telephone set • Measurement cables • Factory calibration Additional accessories Service products *: Please contact your local Anritsu representative for details on available protocols 170 http://www. more than 6 hours Charging time: Typically 3 to 6 hours Indicator for remaining capacity: % and hours/minutes Input: 100 to 240 V AC.4 A Basic instrument: • Dimensions: Approx.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Display LEDs 8 1/4" active TFT display with VGA resolution (640 × 480 pixels) and touch.3 kg Operating temperature: 0˚ to +40˚C Storage temperature: –25˚ to +60˚C EMC: EN300 386 (205) V1.com . more than 10 hours • Without PowerSave. max. 50 Hz to 60 Hz Output: 18 V DC.3.anritsu.

IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. Field installed . The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. Include the regional accessory kit with the CMA 3000 Basic Instrument 3.com .6/5. Check software delivery option for field installation of software options 7.6 connectors 2. Include Serial Number when ordering options for field installation 171 http://www.YY = 01 For port B.YY = 00 For port A. The 015870xx plug-on “GigE” module should be ordered when 1000 Mbps is or will be required. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. Include interface specific options 4.YY = 91 For port B. In addition it has optical interface as well as 1000 Mbps electrical interface. STM-1 Electrical Interface . Factory installed . They include the hardware needed to carry the optical modules. Please also order as relevant: • Software driver and optical modules (one or two) 015xxxYY . Check for applicable optical interfaces 5. Check for correct ordering codes for field installation of V-series interface or 10/100 Ethernet options 8.anritsu. please also order the related Basic protocol functionality option: • 083026xx Basic Abis Interface and Protocol Functionality • 083027xx Basic SS7 Protocol Functionality • 083028xx Basic ISDN Protocol Functionality • Basic protocol functionalities should never be ordered without protocols When ordering post-installed protocols and software options (083###90) please also specify delivery information: • 08399990 On CD-ROM (Default. if nothing is specified) • 08399995 On CD-ROM and USB memory stick (at extra cost) • 08399950 By E-mail • SDH There are two basic SDH options for the CMA 3000: • 015807xx SDH Test Option Incl. STM-1 Electrical Interface .Supports optional optical modules for STM-1 and STM-4 • 015897zz Enhanced SDH Test Option Incl. Factory installed . STM-4 and STM-16 xx = 00 and zz = 08: Factory installed at initial delivery of instrument xx = 80 and zz = 80: Post installed at factory after initial delivery of instrument xx = 90 and zz = 90: Field installed by customer When ordering SDH options you must always order one of the above basic options. name and quantity when ordering. Check that applicable protocol functionality is included when ordering protocols 6. General guideline for ordering CMA 3000 • Minimum Order As a minimum the following shall be specified: • CMA 3000 basic instrument (0053100X) • Accessories Supplied CMA 3000 (075310YY) • Protocols and Software Options When ordering protocols (083###xx). The 015870xx plug-on “GigE” module offers the same 10/100 electrical interface as the internal module 015861xx. • V-Series Interface Option If the 015835xx V-Series Interface measurement option is ordered either connection cables or 01558600 Data Interface Connection Box should also be ordered Order Checklist 1.YY = 90 For port A. Select CMA 3000 Basic Instrument version BNC or 1.Supports optional optical modules for STM-1. Field installed • Cables for optical modules (minimum two) • Ethernet Options Two Ethernet options are available: • 015861xx Ethernet 10/100 Electrical – Internal module • 015870xx Ethernet 10/100/1000 – Plug-on (“GigE”) module (attached to the rear of the CMA 3000 Basic instrument The two modules offer the same Ethernet testing functions.

Field installed by customer Enhanced SDH Test Option Incl.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Model/Order No. LC connector Software driver and optics for STM-1/4 1550 nm.31 or higher E3 Interface. STM-1 Electrical Interface. Field installed by customer V3. short haul.includes power cable 01453398 YY = 13: China .10 or higher 01587000 01587080 01587090 015941XX 015942XX 015943XX 015980XX 015982XX 01583308 01583380 01583390 01580700 01580780 01580790 01589708 01589780 01589790 015845YY 015846YY 015990YY 015847YY 015848YY 015849YY 015850YY 015991YY 015993YY Ethernet 10/100/1000 Interface Testing incl 2 RJ-45 Electrical Ports. Field installed by customer YY = 91 For port B. LC connector Software driver and optics for STM-1/4 1310 nm. Factory installed at initial delivery of instrument E3 Interface. Post installed at factory after initial delivery of instrument Enhanced SDH Test Option Incl. LC connector Software driver and optics for STM-1 1550 nm. Post installed at factory after initial delivery of instrument Ethernet 10/100 Electrical Interface Test Option.20 or higher V3. Factory installed at initial delivery of instrument Ethernet 10/100 Electrical Interface Test Option. STM-1 Electrical Interface.6 connectors for unbalanced and BNO connector for balanced interfaces Includes one 84501600 Li-Ion Battery Includes one 97600800 Stylus Touch Pen Includes one 075310YY "Accessories for CMA 3000".40 or higher V3.includes power cable 01453098 YY = 12: China . 0053100X CMA 3000 Basic Instrument NB: These items are NOT for sale in China X = 0: BNC connectors for unbalanced and BNO connector for balanced interfaces X = 1: 1.includes power cable 01453298 YY = 04: USA . long haul. LC connector Software driver and optics for STM-1 1310 nm. long haul. including factory-installed options Including detailed result form Test Certificate for Function Test Including detailed result form Only available if ordered at the same time as the instrument 01586100 01586180 01586191 HW Options for CMA 3000 Ethernet 10/100 Electrical Interface Test Option. LC connector Note: Includes the software needed to support them YY = 00 For port A. long haul.34 or higher 015870xx 015870xx 015870xx 015870xx 015870xx 850 nm (SX) (one module) 1310 nm (LX) (one module) 1550 nm (ZX) (one module) Gigabit Ethernet port converter module to 100BASE-FX (1310 nm multimode).includes power cable 01453198 00880947 00880945 Calibration and Test Certificates Factory calibration for CMA 3000.40 or higher V2.50 or higher V3.10 or higher V2. Field installed by customer • For instruments delivered after September 2005 and • For instruments with 015835xx V-Series Interface Measurement Option installed regardless of age Serial number information required V2.com . STM-1 Electrical Interface.includes power cable 01453398 YY = 09: Japan .anritsu. Factory installed YY = 01 For port B. STM-1 Electrical Interface. LC connector Note: XX = 00 Factory installed XX = 90 Field installed. Please specify serial No of the target instrument V3. please specify. Name Required Basic Software Required Order No. Field installed by customer The module can be equipped with two optical modules: V2. Field installed by customer SDH Test Option Incl. LC connector Gigabit Ethernet port converter module to 100BASE-LX (1310 nm single mode). Factory installed at initial delivery of instrument Ethernet 10/100/1000 Interface Testing incl 2 RJ-45 Electrical Ports. Post installed at factory after initial delivery of instrument SDH Test Option Incl. Factory installed at initial delivery of instrument Enhanced SDH Test Option Incl. 075310YY Accessories for CMA 3000 NB: The following versions are NOT for sale in China YY = 00: Europe . please specify. LC connector Software driver and optics for STM-1/-4/-16 1310 nm.includes power cable 01453098 YY = 01: Australia .50 or higher V3. short haul.6/5. long haul.34 or higher V2. Post installed at factory after initial delivery of instrument Ethernet 10/100/1000 Interface Testing incl 2 RJ-45 Electrical Ports. short haul. Post installed at factory after initial delivery of instrument E3 Interface.50 or higher V3.50 or higher Continued on next page 172 http://www. Factory installed at initial delivery of instrument SDH Test Option Incl.without power cable and mains adapter NB: The following versions are ONLY for sale in China YY = 11: China . STM-1 Electrical Interface. long haul. 00531040 CMA 3000 Basic Instrument with labels required in the Chinese market NB: This item is ONLY for sale in China BNC connectors for unbalanced and BNO connector for balanced interfaces Includes one 84501600 Li-Ion Battery Includes one 97600800 Stylus Touch Pen Includes one 075310YY "Accessories for CMA 3000".50 or higher 015807XX 015897XX 015807XX 015897XX 015897XX 015807XX 015897XX 015807XX 015897XX 015807XX 015897XX 015807XX 015897XX 015897XX 015897XX or or or or or or Software driver and optics for STM-1 1310 nm. STM-1 Electrical Interface. LC connector Software driver and optics for STM-1/4 1310 nm. LC connector Software driver and optics for STM-1/-4/-16 1310 nm. Field installed by customer Up to two of the following modules can be installed in the SDH Test Option V2. LC connector Software driver and optics for STM-1/-4/-16 1550 nm.50 or higher V3.includes power cable 01453198 YY = 03: UK . Factory installed YY = 90 For port A. long haul.

anritsu.35 Extender Cable RS-449. 083026xx and 083028xx together Basic SS7 and ISDN Protocol Functionality i. Please specify recipients E-mail address. singlemode LC/PC to FC/APC. one of the delivery options below must also be ordered. V. Serial number information required V2. 083026xx. optical. Field installed by customer • For instruments delivered before September 2005. Instrument part delivered by E-mail.10 or higher 015861xx 01583592 V-Series Interface Option and basic instrument hardware upgrade. 015861xx or 015870xx option is installed.21 DCE/DTE V. Instrument part delivered on CD-ROM. 3 m Cable. optical. optical. 015861xx or 015870xx 083084xx Frame Relay Test Continued on next page 173 http://www.5. singlemode LC/PC to LX. 3 m Cable. V3. singlemode LC/PC to DIN47256. 083026xx and 083027xx together Basic Abis and ISDN Protocol Functionality i.24 Extender Cable (9 pin) Option: FrontSim for CMA 3000 (Note: for one license) FrontSim for CMA 3000 XX=00: Instrument part factory installed. optical. optical. V.36 DCE/DTE RS 232C. Software is delivered on CD-ROM Software is delivered on a CD-ROM and on a USB memory stick The software is delivered via E-mail. SS7. X. 083027xx and 083028xx together Basic Abis. 3 m Cable. without the 015861xx Ethernet 10/100 option installed. multimode SC/PC to LC/PC. Factory installed at initial delivery of instrument Please see below for available connection and extender cables Required Basic Software Required Order No. PC-part delivered on CD-ROM 08399990 08399995 08399950 083026xx 083027xx 083028xx 083341xx 083342xx 083343xx 083344xx 083354xx 083029xx 083084xx Software Delivery Options When ordering field-installed software options and protocols. Optical singlemode LC/PC to LC/APC. singlemode LC/PC to Radiall VFO/straight. Instrument part delivered on both CD-ROM and USB memory stick. RS 232C. singlemode LC/PC to E-2000/APC. V. optical.24 DCE/DTE (9 pin) Data Interface Connector Box Replacement for cable between instrument and Data Interface Connector Box.24 DCE/DTE (25 pin) V. 3 m Cable. 3 m Cable. V.Delivery on CD will be assumed. Duplex.Frame Relay test option is installed.e. 3 m Optical Attenuator Optical Attenuator 10 dB LC/PC to LC/PC V-Series Interface V-Series Interface Option.com . If nothing is specified.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Model/Order No. 01460198 01463190 01463290 01463390 01463498 01463598 01463698 01463798 01464090 01463898 01468990 01468890 01474398 01463990 01583500 01583580 01583591 V-Series Interface Option. optical. option 08399990 . Software Options for CMA 3000 (Note: for one license) Basic Abis Interface and Protocol Functionality Basic SS7 Protocol Functionality Basic ISDN Protocol Functionality Basic Abis and SS7 Protocol Functionality i.e. Name Single Fiber Cables for Optical Modules The optical cables in this section are single fiber cables Cable. optical. V. 083027xx and 083028xx together Basic VoIP Functionality option Requires that Order No. Post installed at factory after initial delivery of instrument V-Series Interface Option. 3 m Cable. PC-part can be downloaded from ftp-site 015835xx 015835xx 015835xx 015835xx 015835xx 015835xx 015835xx 015835xx 015835xx and 01558600 01445790 01445890 01445990 01446090 01446190 083101xx 08310195 FrontSim for CMA 3000 Field installed. optical.e. singlemode LC/PC to LC/PC.24 Extender Cable (25 pin) V. 3 m Dual Fiber (Duplex) Cable for Optical Modules The optical cable in this section is a dual fiber cable Cable. PC-part delivered on CD-ROM XX=50: Field installed. 3 m Cable.11. singlemode LC/PC to FC/PC. X. PC-part delivered on CD-ROM XX=90: Field installed. 083084xx . singlemode LC/PC to E-2000/PC. 3 m Cable. Field installed by customer • For instruments delivered after September 2005 and • For instruments with 015861xx 10/100 Ethernet Board Option installed regardless of age Serial number information required V2. V.35 DTE RS 232C.40 or higher GPRS Gb interface protocol decode for CMA 3000 Requires that Order No.10 or higher V2.35 DCE/DTE V. and ISDN Protocol Functionality i. singlemode LC/PC to SC/PC.11. Only one delivery option is required per instrument. multimode LC/PC to LC/PC. 3 m Cable.e.21 Extender Cable RS 232C. 3 m Cable. Extender Cables for V-Series Interface Option RS 530.10 or higher 01442290 01442398 01442498 01442598 01442698 01442790 01443098 01558600 01448200 Connection Cables for V-Series Interface Option RS-530 DCE/DTE RS-449. optical. singlemode LC/PC to ST/PC. 3 m Cable. optical.36 Extender Cable V. optical.

SDH test option incl STM-1e is installed. 015833xx . 083084xx Tandem Connection Monitoring E4 Interface ATM layer measurement .40 or higher 083354xx 083354xx 083354xx 083355xx 083308xx 083309xx 083310xx 083311xx 083312xx 083313xx 083314xx WLD .40 or higher V3. Software is delivered on CD-ROM Software is delivered on a CD-ROM and on a USB memory stick The software is delivered via E-mail.Europe Power Cable for AC Mains .1TR6 Call Emulation UK .60 or higher V3.10 V3.60 or higher V3.60 or higher V3. V2. WW = 99: When ordered together with an instrument.00 or higher V3.Australia Power Cable for AC Mains .10 V3.UK Power Cable for AC Mains .over E1/E3 ATM over E3 requires that Order No. Ethernet multistream option Requires that Order No.10 or higher V3. option 08399990 . Note: for one license 08399990 08399995 08399950 083355xx 083357xx 083356xx SIP call emulator option H. Only one delivery option is required per instrument.QSIG Call Emulation France .60 or higher 015807xx or 015897xx 015833xx 015807xx 015861xx 015870xx 015861xx 015870xx 015861xx 015870xx 015861xx 015870xx or or or or ATM layer measurement .10 V3.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Model/Order No. 083084xx .Full Size Has room for a CMA3000 equipped with the 015870xx Ethernet 10/100/1000 Interface Testing option Softbag WW = 90: When ordered separately.ISDN DSS1 (Q. 083030xx 083086xx 083376xx 083087xx 083088xx 083089xx 083333xx 083377xx 083378xx Frame Relay Decode Requires that Order No.US Instrument Carrying Strap Stand-Alone Charger for Battery including Mains Adapter Y= Y= Y= Y= 0: Europe .VN6 Call Emulation Germany .anritsu.Delivery on CD will be assumed. Name Required Basic Software Required Order No.Frame Relay test option is installed. VoIP Call Emulation Software Options for CMA 3000 Requires basic VoIP Functionality option 083354xx. Please specify recipients E-mail address.323 call emulator option Voice quality measurement option ISDN Call Emulation Software Options for CMA 3000 V3. 015807xx .30 or higher V3.10 V3. 015861xx or 015870xx option is installed.includes power cable 01453190 3: UK . 015861xx or 015870xx option is installed.E3 Interface option is installed.includes power cable 01453090 1: Australia .931) Call Emulation WLD . Note: for one license V3.10 V3. CMA 3000 User's Guide (Latest Release) USB Memory stick (64 Mbytes) Li-Ion Battery Stylus for Touch Screen Mains Adapter without Mains Cable Power Cable for AC Mains .includes power cable 01453390 01592500 07530010 80701200 01467898 Car 12 Vdc adapter for CMA 3000 Telephone Set Earphone Clock in/clock out cable Software Delivery Options When ordering field-installed software options and protocols.com .10 or higher V3.includes power cable 01453290 4: USA .10 or higher V3.10 or or or or or or or higher higher higher higher higher higher higher 083028xx 083028xx 083028xx 083028xx 083028xx 083028xx 083028xx Continued on next page 174 http://www. If nothing is specified.DPNSS Call Emulation UK .over SDH Requires that Order No. Ethernet Stacked VLAN option Ethernet MPLS option CMA 3000 Software Kits for Updating to Latest Release WLD Please specify serial number of target instrument The software is delivered on a CD-ROM 08309190 08309195 WLD Please specify serial number of target instrument The software is delivered on a CD-ROM and on a USB memory stick 07030599 070306WW 09108200 84703600 84501600 97600800 01582600 01453098 01453198 01453298 01453398 07030000 0753102Y Miscellaneous Carrying Case .DASS-2 Call Emulation Requires basic ISDN protocol functionality option 083028xx. one of the delivery options below must also be ordered.ETSI Euro ISDN Call Emulation WLD .10 V3. IP over Ethernet measurement Requires that Order No.

DASS-2 Remote Subscriber Requires basic ISDN protocol functionality option 083028xx.GPRS Abis with Nortel PCU Frames WLD .1TR6 ISDN Other Protocols Requires basic ISDN protocol functionality option 083028xx.OPC: in decimal WLD .SSURN Germany . Note: for one license 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083066xx 083067xx 083068xx 083069xx 083070xx 083071xx 083072xx WLD WLD WLD WLD - GPRS Abis GPRS Abis GPRS Abis GPRS Abis with with with with Ericsson PCU Frames Lucent PCU Frames Motorola PCU Frames Motorola PCU Frames Only when customer is Motorola. Note: for one license Name Required Basic Software Required Order No.Siemens Abis O&M and GSM Phase 2+ GPRS Abis Protocols Requires basic Abis interface and protocol functionality option 083026xx.X.SPIROU France . WLD . SNT.ETSI Core INAP CS1 and CAMEL (CAP) ph2 WLD .ITU-T Q.ISDN France VN6 ISDN Germany .3 UK .DPNSS UK .Motorola GSM Mobis WLD .IUP and Enveloped ISUP (1999) Abis Protocols Requires basic Abis interface and protocol functionality option 083026xx.ETSI V5. XX = 90: Field-installed.2 Note: XX = 00: Factory-installed.25 Modules 8 WLD .GSM Phase 2+ GPRS Gs interface WLD .25 Modules 128 UK .1 Decoding of TCAP .White 24 bit SNM.ETSI Core INAP CS1 WLD . Note: for one license 083028xx 083028xx 083028xx 083028xx 083082xx WLD .1 Decoding of TCAP .OPC: 3-8-3 WLD .Motorola GSM Mobis Only when customer is Motorola.25 This protocol also supports ITU-T Q. SS7 Protocols Requires basic SS7 protocol functionality 083027xx.EURO-ISDN (ETSI) including Supplementary Services and X.QSIG Australia .0 incl.IP/NETWORK MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Model/Order No.ETSI ISUP v3 WLD .ISUP 2 France -TUP SSUTR2 VN7 France .GPRS Abis with Nokia PCU Frames WLD .ETSI ISUP v4 WLD-IS 41C with 24 bit OPC/DPC WLD-IS 41C with 14 bit OPC/DPC Brazil . Abis Phase 2+ WLD .com .ITU-T Blue Book SS7 WLD .ISUP Italy .GSM900/DCS1800 Phase 2+ Abis WLD . SCCP.Ericsson GSM RBS 2000 WLD .GSM Phase 2+ A interface WLD .X. 083028xx 175 http://www.931 083028xx 083028xx 083028xx 083028xx 083028xx WLD .ISUP and CS2 Mexico . Please specify serial number of the target instrument.Polish ISUP v2 Russia .3 with AOC99 Greece .Nokia Abis O&M WLD . TUP and ISUP Czech .767 WLD . Note: for one license 083078xx 083079xx 083080xx 083081xx WLD .Brazilian TUP and ISUP China . TCAP.GSM Phase 2+ MAP WLD .ISUP EOCC 12.1/5.CAP (CAMEL) v3 WLD . Note: for one license 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083026xx 083073xx 083074xx 083075xx 083076xx 083077xx WLD .ETSI ISUP v.Mexican ISUP Poland . Note: for one license 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083027xx 083057xx 083058xx 083059xx 083061xx 083062xx 083063xx 083064xx 083065xx WLD . 083031xx 083032xx 083033xx 083034xx 083035xx 083036xx 083037xx 083038xx 083039xx 083126xx 083040xx 083041xx 083042xx 083043xx 083044xx 083045xx 083046xx 083047xx 083048xx 083049xx 083050xx 083051xx 083052xx 083053xx 083054xx 083055xx 083056xx WLD .Ericsson GSM RBS 200 WLD .GPRS Abis with Siemens PCU Frames ISDN Protocols Requires basic ISDN protocol functionality option 083028xx.ITU-T White Book ISUP (R99) and ANS.ITU-T White Book ISUP (R99) and ANS.Lucent LM 6.anritsu. WLD .

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To support operators and service providers achieving competitive advantages Anritsu has developed a set of integrated OSS service assurance solutions allowing operators and service providers to become uniquely competitive in the marketplace. Signaling and user plane data captured by the distributed intelligent MasterClaw probes is turned in to critical business and operational information available to the users in both real-time and via comprehensive reports. The MasterClaw system architecture is an open three-tired architecture based on distributed intelligence providing a truly reliable and scalable solution. The integrated application suite makes MasterClaw a powerful tool for a broad set of users ranging from Network and Service Operations personnel to Product Managers and Account Managers. troubleshooting as well as service and customer quality monitoring of converged networks. VoIP/SS7. Figure 2 MasterClaw’s distributed system architecture 177 http://www. namely how to optimize the profit by reducing the investments and operational expenditures. For wireless operators this implies an integrated monitoring of not only the circuit switched and packet switched core domains.and Session Trace and Protocol Analysis applications are together with real-time dashboard graphs and traffic monitoring applications vital tools for operational personnel managing the network infrastructure. • Data Processing Layer This layer consists of MasterClaw servers and applications. UMTS (including support for HSPA). VoIP service providers can benefit from an integrated monitoring that can be extended to the legacy SS7 network domain and all the way to major enterprise customers. Each of the solutions has been designed to maximize the profitability of the existing services and infrastructure while reducing the cost of operation. GPRS. New technology has enabled the introduction of new services. which collect. • Data Presentation and Reporting Layer A secure Web interface gives flexible access to a set of integrated applications providing MasterClaw users real-time and historical access to all levels of information. the new technology has in most cases also implied increased complexity and increased operational costs. which gathers and stores data and provides a first level data correlation. Advanced Call. In addition to these network-related applications MasterClaw offers state-of-the-art data warehouse capabilities that turn network data in to business critical information for operators and service providers. correlate and store aggregated data from multiple probes as well as provide data for external 3rd party OSS systems. Figure 1 Core Solution Areas The underlying framework for the OSS solution portfolio is Anritsu’s service assurance platform MasterClaw™. fixed line or VoIP services. customer and partner perspectives. but also the RAN/UTRAN/LTE access network domains. MasterClaw™ System Overview MasterClaw integrates network monitoring. The Service Assurance applications within the MasterClaw framework build on the data feed from the non-intrusive monitoring probes deployed in the network.anritsu.com .MONITORING/SERVICE ASSURANCE INTEGRATED OSS SERVICE ASSURANCE SOLUTIONS MasterClaw™ Service Assurance Platform Introduction Network operators and service providers offering wireless (LTE). but at the same time as it provides a means of achieving differentiation. or even residential users. are all confronted by the same basic challenges. making MasterClaw the leading service and network monitoring system for GSM. The integrated service assurance environment enables network operators and service providers to monitor their network as a unified service platform as opposed to treating each service and network segment as a separate entity. while securing customer satisfaction. from detailed signaling data to aggregated service quality statistics presented as Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) or Key Quality Indicators (KQIs). MasterClaw is a probe based non-intrusive monitoring system designed to provide full endto-end monitoring of converged networks. LTE and IMS/NGN networks. The three levels in the MasterClaw architecture are: • Data Acquisition Layer This layer consists of MasterClaw monitoring probes. A combination of realtime applications and historical reporting offers an integrated quality of service monitoring universe joining the network resource perspective with the service. Likewise.

SQL. By using an efficient predictive voice quality assessment algorithm.g. so called Media Stream Probes. This implies that integration with other OSS systems is easy. any MasterClaw probe consists of a CPU platform that runs the probe applications. MasterClaw can monitor every single call in even the largest backbone networks. MasterClaw offers its users full drill-down-and drillup capabilities. SNMP and Web services. To facilitate real-time monitoring. or integration of customer definitions from CRM systems. with selective applications Figure 4 MasterClaw 84x0 sub-rack based probes. The KPIs and KQIs represent well defined service quality measurement points on which both internal and external Service Level Agreements (SLA) may be defined. and one or more front end link units. As the collected data may be ciphered or contain temporary identities. As multiple link units can be connected to the same probe application platform one sub-rack can be configured to support any combination protocols. With measurement data stored locally in the probes it is possible to accumulate large amounts of historical data. billing verification. etc. This allows users via call trace diagrams to drilldown to individual signal messages or message data (Protocol Data Units . CPU boards 178 http://www. regardless whether it is a question of a northbound integration to a Fault Management system.Distributed Logic The non-intrusive probes that MasterClaw uses for data capture are based on unique and highly modular software architecture that can be deployed in a set of flexible HW platforms.are available for troubleshooting many days after an event or chain of events has occurred. The non-intrusive probes enable operators and service providers to monitor converged multi-vendor networks. E1/T1 Frame Relay etc. to ensuring optimal performance and minimum CAPEX for the MasterClaw monitoring solution.Intelligent Probes • SW Architecture .anritsu. alarms and other relevant information is available to the server applications instantaneously. MasterClaw incorporates Psytechnics’ Speech IP Monitor (PSI) algorithm that computes an accurate MOS value in real-time based on the RTP header information. MasterClaw also capture possible MOS information in the extended reports exchanged over the RTCP protocol.563. After pre-filtering of the collected signaling and user plane data the CSDRs (Call Sequence Data Records). The link unit ensures efficient physical connection to the monitored network links and performs low level filleting functions. Apart from RTP derived voice quality measurements. 1 Gbit/s Optical. with link units. TCAP transactions or SIP Invites .MONITORING/SERVICE ASSURANCE KPIs and aggregated KQIs are reported via an intuitive and personalized real-time Web interface. ISUP calls. • HW Architecture As depicted in Figure 3. E1/T1 ATM or TDM. are for example used for real-time voice quality monitoring where the quality of live customer voice streams are rated according to MOS (Mean Opinion Score). as illustrated below. the network signaling is the only reliable reference point and common denominator when troubleshooting or monitoring the performance of heterogeneous networks. where the exact time is dependent on the traffic volume. distributed deciphering logic and distributed translation logic plays a vital role for the real-time normalization of the collected information. STM1/OC3 SDH/SONET. Corba. For classic PCM based networks MasterClaw supports full waveform based voice quality assessment analysis in accordance to ITU P. P. statistics. as the probes can continue collecting data. With its outset in the low-level signaling data and user data captured in the network. having identified an abnormality in a real-time graph or in an alarm. without any dependency on any one network equipment vendor. which includes a set of distributed functions for collection. and as comprehensive reports. This allows Anritsu to provide a cost efficient probe solutions for converged networks. protocol statistics. • Media Stream Analysis The MasterClaw probes can be equipped with special software for analysis of different types of voice and video media streams. decoding. In fact. Those. The local storage capability is also a central piece in making the overall solution redundant.561. customer requirements. counters as well as raw signaling PDUs are created and stored on local hard disks capable of keeping data for several weeks.such as PDP contexts. analysis and temporary storage of network data. Signaling data pertaining to events . MasterClaw uses a set of different HW platforms for the probe applications. Figure 3 SW and HW architecture of MasterClaw probes. despite temporarily loss of data connection to the central part of the system.com . Data Acquisition . export of xDRs for e. This only becomes more obvious when monitoring converged networks and performing end-to-end monitoring across different network domains. dependent on the type of network it is deployed in. MasterClaw is based on Linux and builds on open technologies such as Java.PDU). by just a few mouse-clicks. Dependent of configuration the probes can be used for capturing and monitoring of one or more types of transaction data: • Connection and session related signaling • User plan sessions • Media streams The figure below illustrates the overall probe application architecture. export of KPIs/ KQIs for SLA management. that virtually supports any network technology via the wide range of link units such as 10/100/1000 Mbit/s Ethernet.562 and P. Figure 4 illustrates the classic MasterClaw probe which is based on a sub-racks architecture which can accommodate up to 10 probes each. such as TMSI (Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identities) in wireless networks.

Data Processing Layer The processing layer contains a set of server applications required to collect. the flexibility in the output format also allows the xDR information to be used for a wide range of non-OSS related applications such as location based services. where MasterClaw offers a fully defined MIB (Management Information Base). The combination of rich data. This provides full investment protection as network operators and service providers migrate to next generation all IP infrastructure. The application launcher gives single sign-on access to the MasterClaw applications available to the individual users. redundant servers. customer and partner dimensions. allowing different user categories to optimize the user interface and information set for their particular needs. • High Reliability .High Scalability MasterClaw also serves as an important source of signaling based information for a number of other OSS systems. etc. there are servers hosting applications for call and session tracing. Finally. As illustrated above. including other Service Quality Management systems. real time traffic observation. as there is no one critical central component that becomes bottleneck in the solution. 179 http://www. MasterClaw accomplishes this requirement: Unexpected component failures in one part of the network (even on the same site) will not affect the remaining components because inter-probe communication is not used. is based on a multi processor and multi core CPU platform that uses dedicated line interface cards for optimal performance. Data Presentation and Reporting Layer Users access the MasterClaw system via a secure Web interface where the browser based MasterClaw Portal provides the user with a quick and integrated access to all applications. fraud.com . and future 10 Gbit/s. timely backups and database replication is an option for any MasterClaw deployment. trend graphs. CRM and SLA management systems. As service providers rely more and more on high availability of their signaling system. any network performance or correlated service quality alarm handled by the alarm manager can be exported northbound to accommodate integration with traditional fault management systems. For 1 Gbit/s. Through sophisticated correlation mechanisms MasterClaw turns the raw network data. tracking services etc. Advanced administration capabilities allow the system administrator to assign user privileges per individual users.and security management systems. The xDR gateway provides a reliable feed of high qualitative data records that can be scaled to several 100 millions data records per day. A roaming partner manager has different needs compared to the operational network manager. as depicted below. Anritsu is also a supporter of the OSS/J initiative and any KPI or KQI information can be propagated to external OSS systems via open APIs. and alarm. A dedicated xDR gateway server facilitates configurable and flexible export of various types of data records. SNMP and Corba. service and customer related performance statistics (Key Performance Indicators). Representing a limited segment of a call. the correlated data records. Additionally. all IP networks Anritsu provides a high performance Ethernet probe. Data exported include different types of event based data records (xDR) as well as network. The high speed probe. the DWH may incorporate data from other sources as well. Although the passive MasterClaw probes are the main source for the information. This platform is for example recommended for Media Stream Analysis. A number of different technologies can be used integrating MasterClaw with other OSS systems.e. such as revenue assurance. To further enhance the system availability. CSDRs collected by the individual probes are correlated for complete data record (xDR) generation. xDRs. The DWH supports definition of alarm thresholds for any single KPI or aggregated KQI with full integration with the MasterClaw Alarm Manager.anritsu. Hence. to external OSS systems. robustness of the monitoring system becomes a factor. Figure 6 MasterClaw quick application launch portal The dashboard area of the MasterClaw Portal may be configured to provide an at-a-glance overview of network and service performance by selecting the most relevant KPIs.MONITORING/SERVICE ASSURANCE If additional CPU capacity is required for 84x0 sub-rack based probes. • Integration with External OSS Systems Figure 5 MasterClaw high performance probe for Gigabit networks and Media Stream Analysis The probes (data acquisition layer) interwork with the central MasterClaw servers making up the data processing layer via TCP/IP over Ethernet. Thanks to the distributed architecture. • Integrated Service Assurance Data Warehouse The hub for MasterClaw integrated network-service-customerpartner service assurance solution is an advanced data warehouse (DWH) solution based on state of the art high-performance Oracle technology. alarm management and other central applications. a so called Probe Booster server can be added that increases the processing and storage capacity of the probe even further. and real-time graphical overview of the network and service performance. in to valuable operational and business information focusing on the network. correlate and aggregate the preprocessed raw data captured by the distributed probes. Anritsu is also a part of IBM’s partner network and offers pre-integrated solutions with IBM’s Tivoli Netcool solution. dedicated server applications facilitate fundamental and mission critical trouble shooting applications as well as real-time network and service monitoring functions. including Web Services and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). This distributed system architecture not only makes the solution extremely fast and reliable. protocol analysis. i. service. A number of different technologies may be used for the integration including ASCII files. correlation as well as thresholds capabilities enables definition and modeling of internal and external Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and real-time monitoring of these SLAs. The possibility to personalize the MasterClaw Portal drastically simplifies the access to the information provided by the system. it is the very key to the high scalability of the solution..

with related signaling messages. SIP. provides complete visibility of data services by providing detailed indicators on IP flows and TCP connections on per user session. To allow for efficient analysis and debugging of wireless data services the Call and Session Trace application has an extension for analysis of IP service session on user plane level over the Gn and Gp interfaces.. including the UMTS radio access network and the PSTN or ISP domains. In a complex UMTS network scenario MasterClaw can perform circuit and packet domain traces of mobile originating and terminating calls as well as SMS and PDP context activation and deactivation. MasterClaw maintains a full system log that records any changes made to the system. the IP Service Troubleshooting Tool. Network Troubleshooting • Call and Session Tracing The introduction of new technologies and new services has dramatically increased the operational complexity of both wireless and fixed-line networks. MasterClaw may be accessed from anywhere using any ordinary workstation. • IP Service Troubleshooting The OSS Application Suite The secret behind Anritsu’s unique service assurance solution is the seamless integration between traditional network monitoring and trouble shooting applications on one hand. As both CSDR (partial CDRs) and PDUs are stored and maintained in the MasterClaw’s probes (see Figure 3) users can drill down in to individual PDUs directly from the Call and Session Trace application. In a VoIP or IMS based NGN network environment MasterClaw allows for end-to-end cross domain tracing e. and misuse of enduser sensitive data.com . MasterClaw provides a set of powerful and intuitive applications. Figure 8 Correlation of SIP-ISUP-MEGACO provides e2e view across the IMS and legacy SS7 domains Due to the unique system architecture with the local data storage in the probes. Statistics Figure 9 IP Service Troubleshooting with user plane tracing and statistics 180 http://www. The extension. ISUP and MTP. Among the more important tools is a set self-monitoring and diagnostic tools for surveillance of: • Probe and server performance • DWH performance and data availability • Communication and bandwidth availability between probes and the central part of the system. This includes traces within the access or core networks and even traces across multiple interfaces. Diameter.MONITORING/SERVICE ASSURANCE Figure 7 User configured portal – Dashboard elements As all applications are browser based. calls and service sessions can inherently be traced in real-time and historically using the captured network data. Being based on Oracle DB technology.g. that greatly easing debugging and fault analysis. the Data Processing Layer. In addition to the self monitoring functions. essentially making the call and session trace application to a signaling procedure investigative application as well. H323/SIP/ISUP calls and H323/RTP/SIP sessions across the SS7 and IMS network domains where decoding is made on several layers including the IP.anritsu. MasterClaw includes a wide array of system utilities for operation and maintenance purposes of the actual MasterClaw system. It also correlates the user plane service performance indicators. And the system of course also includes a security monitoring feature. Advanced filtering functions allow for tracing on individual parameters inside a dialogue. MasterClaw offers such end-to-end call and session tracing capabilities for both wireless networks and converged fixed-line networks. UDP. and the advanced service quality monitoring solutions on the other. Operation and Maintenance Utilities To reduce the cost of ownership and minimize the need for system administration. this to a degree where it has become essential to have fully integrated end-to-end troubleshooting tools. MEGACO/H248. prohibiting unauthorized configuration changes. MasterClaw’s DWH platform comes with a set of Oracle native system utilities for management and administration of the DBs. As a part of Anritsu’ s overall OSS solution portfolio.

• Automatic threshold calculation. also a dedicated data capture feature allows for advanced captures of the datagrams that can be used for detailed troubleshooting and analysis of individual user’s IP service sessions. holiday) and the time of that day. WTP transport protocols and HTTP. TCP.anritsu. alternative display formats. MMS. thresholds can be defined as “self learning” enabling the system to adapt thresholds to the historical trend of the KPI. Several indicators are provided for each IP data flow exchanged by all active GPRS and UMTS customers. etc. Dedicated indicators are available for standard IP flows. Alarms may be configured in different ways (severity. Integrated Service Quality and Performance Monitoring Are the network resources used properly? How are my services performing? How do my customers perceive the service quality? Are the customers getting the agreed service? Are my interconnect partners delivering the agreed service? These are just a few examples of questions that a network operator or service provider needs to answer in order to maintain the customer satisfaction. UDP. • Link and Message KPI To further ease the problem analysis and root-cause analysis. conditioned color coding. the user simply selects the links on which the application shall be applied and the system starts displaying the messages for those links. SMTP and FTP services. message counters and link load counters. WSP. Figure 10 Protocol Analysis result Thanks to the locally stored signaling data in the probes. In case of special needs. etc. makes the troubleshooting applications extremely user friendly and efficient to use. The Link and Message solution is a versatile data warehouse application that can be applied to any protocol or network technology giving access to thousands of counters from different protocol layers. MasterClaw has unique capabilities that enable operators to monitor every single aspect of its services and network quality: • Customizable KPI definition for alarm generation. such as advanced filter functions. troubleshooting can not only be made in real-time but also made on already captured historical data. Features. The Alarm Manager receives alarms from multiple sources in the system: probe generated alarms or performance and QoS related alarms generated by the Traffic Observer or any of the KPIs/KQIs handled by the DWH. Figure 12 MasterClaw’s Integrated Service Quality and Performance Monitoring Framework 181 http://www. weekend-day. The capturing filter possibilities include: • End user address (IP) • IMSI • MSISDN • Any advanced pcap filter to be applied at the transport IP level or within the GTP tunnel (user data level) • Protocol Analysis The MasterClaw Protocol Analysis application is a multi-user and multi-protocol systems tool used for seamless protocol decoding of historical and real-time PDUs.com . Figure 11 MasterClaw Alarm Manager Data warehouse KPI alarms can be created and customized using a general web based application applicable to all existing data warehouse KPI applications available in MasterClaw. coloring. When dealing with alarms based on KPIs.) and thresholds may be configured according to the type of day (week-day. minimize the operational costs and hence secure the revenue. When performing protocol analysis. Any internal MasterClaw alarm can be propagated to external fault management systems via for example SNMP. This is of course a tremendous advantage during fault location and route-cause analysis. thereby automatically launching e. given any KPI alarm. the operator can define custom KPI alarms using the available dimensions and the basic fact data loaded in the data warehouses.g.MONITORING/SERVICE ASSURANCE IP Service Troubleshooting tool integrates IP flow statistics in the Call and Session Trace application. The different protocol layers are presented according to the ISO/OSI model and messages from different links or different protocol layers can be displayed with different colors in the monitor window with color schemes being user configurable. When an alarm occurs it is possible to drill down into the alarm. online protocol references. reports with pre-selected parameters. MasterClaw provides an advanced Link and Message based DWH solution offering reports based on link counters. • Alarm Manager As a part of the core application set MasterClaw also includes an Alarm Manager. POP3.

feeding a wide range of different user categories. MasterClaw Insight provides and interactive analytical support that apart from four main operational domains: Network. • Understanding Quality of Service Metrics Although voice is a legacy service that is the very foundation for most operators’ business. Insight provides advanced analytical reporting capabilities. service quality managers.and KQI reports.anritsu. and the general performance and hence take action on network problem before they affect the end-user services. When used on top of MasterClaw’s DWH infrastructure. is excellent to monitor individual network segment’s performance.and service operation centers. users can seamlessly drill from high level summary. the encyclopedia empowers the users of Insight and allows intuitive support for non-technical personnel. but a single KPI only provides a limited picture of the overall service experience. such as Connection Success Rate. Figure 12). smart filtering and sorting functions allow users to faster interpret a report.or overview down to underlying reports. Building on the same converged data acquired from the network. or the ability to analyze customer usage patterns. Basic network oriented KPIs. but what is more powerful.vs. level of service measured over contract periods or getting reliable network load figures to base next network extension decision on? Anritsu believes both aspects are equally important. account managers. rather that each and single user manually requests a report. Only by aggregating data from several sources and correlating quality of service metrics from different domains can the overall end-to-end quality of service be determined.com . Figure 14 Traffic Observer provides real-time overview of the network and service performance 182 http://www. Operating with self-adjusting alarm levels that considers busy hours. Insight offers an online encyclopedia that provides context (report) aware online help. Customer and Partners (c. Providing advice on business and work process related questions. Figure 13 Service Quality Components in a traditional Voice Service • Real-Time. Insight’s reports are designed to enable users to intuitively focus on the most important data. product managers. and find relevant information. Service.and external SLAs. Conditional formatting. Figure 15 MasterClaw Insight has an intuitive user interface with interactive clickable reports The figure below depicts the principle components of Insight and its touch points with MasterClaw. Integrated drilling capabilities and predefined workflows. Analytical Monitoring There is no question that information critical to the overall operation. by smart sorting and filtering functions. as perceived by the end-user. Insight draws upon data provided. but third party data sources can of course also be integrated. Customer and Partner domains in both real-time and via KPI. To further support the user in his analysis. holidays. MasterClaw offers powerful reporting capabilities across Network. weekends.and business intelligence tool that is an optional add-on to MasterClaw. including operational network personnel. and new access technologies dramatically increase the complexity of the underlying value chain and hence the overall complexity of the service. also covers Device centric analysis. quality of service. Supported by MasterClaw’s rich DWH infrastructure. and eventually down to individual data records for specific calls or sessions. instant real-time insight into the network and services performance. which optimizes root-cause analysis process. by the MasterClaw DWHs. MasterClaw™ Insight MasterClaw Insight is an analytical operations. partner managers.f. Advanced report scheduling and distribution features simplifies the information access as information can be pushed to relevant users. with vital operational and business information. the voice service can serve as a good example of how technology convergence. guide the user through the analysis. allows operational personnel to immediately detect abnormalities in the network load. and that’s why MasterClaw combines advanced real-time monitoring with advanced data-warehouse functionality. The Traffic Observer application provides instant overview of the performance and service level via a powerful intuitive GUI making it to an essential tool for the fast paced working environment of many network. In addition to this MasterClaw allows for definition of service level targets enabling both internal.MONITORING/SERVICE ASSURANCE MasterClaw’s integrated service assurance solution provides an integrated monitoring universe. As illustrated. Service.

Only by combining these it’s possible to understand the end-to-end perceive service quality. such as traditional ISUP and SIP as well as wireless network technologies. Instead of focusing on the transmission performance the perceived end-user quality and the performance of different discrete services is in focus. • Service Quality Monitoring Service Quality Monitoring represents the first level of data aggregation. or general optimization of the service portfolio. etc. MMS. Figure 18 Customer centric monitoring in MasterClaw 183 http://www. GPRS. As enterprises can not be treated as monolith organizations made up by users with identical needs and behaviors.com . This makes it possible to do targeted promotion activities. Detailed statistics on link and message level allows for location of network bottlenecks. the perceived end-user quality is a combination of several individual quality measures. Thanks to the simplicity in the user interface of MasterClaw. day in week. Aggregating the data on the basis of different types of customer identity parameters MasterClaw provides a customer centric view of Quality of Service information. but an individual corporate customer’s usage profile can be monitored too. and hence increase the revenue.anritsu. the monitoring can be made across different technology domains. handset type (based on IMEI) and location may be taken into consideration. where different user categories can design their own personal view. where not only the service level can be closely monitored. Directly linked to this is the ability to define and follow-up on customer specific Service Level Agreements. allowing for monitoring and reporting on three different levels: • MAC Group The entire enterprise or VIP customer • MAC Subgroup Department or user category within the enterprise • MAC Individual user within the customer’s organization • Network Quality Monitoring With its outset in the actual network topology and service provisioning infrastructure. There are different KQI reports for different services such as voice. to up-sell or cross-sell new products. etc) and advanced usage profiles where parameters such as user profile. As discussed above. faulty network segments and general load and resource utilization. Each Insight application package includes: • A set of predefined reports • Predefined workflows • Online encyclopedia • Predefined MasterClaw dashboard objects and alarms • General and context specific discussion forums In today’s highly competitive environment an important way of gaining competitive advantage is to build an understanding of how the end users perceive the service quality. Based on the reporting provided by MasterClaw. Apart from providing valuable service quality information. the Network Quality Monitoring area provides a set of KPIs for both network operational purposes as well as network planning purposes. operators and service providers can get a clear overview of the usage profile of different services. the service reports also provide important performance metrics vital for the management and optimization of the service portfolio. These reports provide critical business intelligence which can be used to monitor the effect of advertising campaigns or price adjustments. Customer centric reports allows for targeted monitoring and followup of individual larger customers. identification of real target groups. account managers can have dedicated real-time QoS and performance reports for particular important accounts. MasterClaw supports a hierarchical modeling of the customer.MONITORING/SERVICE ASSURANCE Figure 17 Service usage profile per service category • Customer QoS/SLA Monitoring Figure 16 Principle architecture of MasterClaw and Insight The predefined dashboard objects allow for immediate drilldown from the MasterClaw dashboard in to related reports. Thanks to the flexibility on probe level. with respect to usage volume. basic usage profile (time of day. The business intelligence data is a powerful tool for active account management.

MONITORING/SERVICE ASSURANCE • Partner Performance Monitoring Dedicated KPIs and KQIs allows for monitoring of roaming partners. products and test strategies.g. migration strategies and OSS procurement and deployment advisory. fraud analysis. All these applications have been designed to protect the operators’ network and revenue. if the duration of a call exceeds a predefined threshold. Anritsu recommends a set of operations improvements. or if a grey listed customer makes too many calls within a given period. The audit covers aspects such as: resource utilization. And when integrated with device management applications. expert-to-expert consultancy. security and revenue assurance area. working methodologies. These reports form the base for SLA follow-up in relation to the underlying agreements. SMS spam detection. the application enables automatic push and update of device software and device parameters. Based on root cause and business impacts analysis the service. handset models • Handset adoption treads • Device performance and problem profiling • Detection of underperforming handsets and list customers that have those handsets The application also enables wireless service providers to make analysis on how many customers that have devices with a certain capability profile (e. Anritsu cooperates with a number of major vendors in the fraud and revenue assurance area where the flexible xDR GW is used to provide a reliable high-volume feed of data records for billing verification. our Advisory services include a set of services which gives our customer access to our knowledge and highly skilled experts. The Device Monitoring application provides unparalleled support for proactive problem prevention. Fraud and Revenue Assurance As a part of the MasterClaw OSS solution Anritsu offers a set of applications in the fraud. roaming and interconnect analysis. In addition to the internal MasterClaw applications. voice and data service performance. and GSM/GPRS/UMTS access analysis. The Device Monitoring allocation provides dedicated analytical support for analysis of: • Which device models customers are using • Service usage vs. to dedicated after sales support of the deployed solutions. migration strategies. The application also offers the ability to map endusers and devices. OSS deployment advice and advisory to support solutions procurement. The MasterClaw real-time Fraud Sentry application assists operators and service providers detecting call related fraud caused by subscribers. interconnect partners and partners providing content and services. Figure 19 Anritsu’s Professional Service Portfolio Professional Services Deployment of new technology puts additional stress on most organizations. working on Customer’s specific operational and business needs to enhance system usage and capabilities. etc. as well as they provide important documentation negotiating new agreements. the wide array of device types constitutes a major operational challenge.g. the percentage of subscribers with high resolution screen devices). from early assessment of available technologies. Based on the signaling data the application can generate alarms if e. Best Practice Consultancy The Best Practice Consultancy service is an interactive “workshopstyle”. by its ability to detection of underperforming devices and devices running old software versions in near real-time. Although the new device models with their new capability sets is a prerequisite for the future revenue growth for many wireless service providers. • Advisory Building on our extensive experience with service assurance solutions in a converged technology. To optimize the return on the investments both in infrastructure technology and in the MasterClaw service assurance solutions. third party advisory. service monitoring strategy definition. 184 http://www. Device Monitoring During the last couple of years the number of different mobile device models has virtually exploded. but the wide diversity in device models also is a major source for network and service inter-working problems. Anritsu provides a holistic professional service portfolio supporting our customers in all the phases. third party advisory.com . Not only has the devices a determining influence on the service quality perceived by the end-user. Solution Definition Includes benchmarking of the current operational status. Strict follow-up on partners’ performance not only raises the level of service for the customers. and hence support analytical queries such as which device type is subscriber X using.anritsu. a call is made from a blacklisted number. Anritsu’s Device Monitoring application is a targeted MasterClaw Insight application that provides device centric service quality monitoring and device tracking within UMTS networks. Network and Service Audit An independent expert audit of the network and service performance. Service Assurance Consultancy Includes activities such as definition of service assurance strategies. but it can dramatically reduce the operational expenses.

it also covers the entire range of technologies used in today’s converged networks such as VoIP.. Our tailored training program not only covers the different solution areas in our OSS portfolio. optimizing the benefits of the MasterClaw system for particular customer needs and usage scenarios. In addition to these services Anritsu offers a set of advanced Deployment services: OSS Systems Integration This service covers activities for integration of the MasterClaw system into other OSS systems. IMS. system views workflows. Offering the advantages of converting fixed costs into variable costs without sacrificing service quality. Support Our Support services include 24*7 helpdesk support and update/ upgrade services. etc.MONITORING/SERVICE ASSURANCE • Deployment From solution design and configuration through to project management and OSS integration. reports. Service Quality Management platforms and CRM/SLA systems. The core services include: Project Management. It includes integration with systems such as: billing platforms. • Management Coaching To support new users to maximize the value of a MasterClaw service assurance solution. Anritsu provides coaching service that gives users direct access to on-site expertise and guidance. UMTS. as well as remote management and a variety of long-term onsite support options. • Training Anritsu is a fully independent training partner. Key Benefits • Maximize return on your investments • Access to unbiased expert competence • Turns your MasterClaw solution into a vital tool gaining uniquely competitive advantages 185 http://www. SS7 and IP. Case Solution Configuration Includes options for solution configuration in scripts. Solution Design Delivery.com . fault management systems. GPRS.anritsu. the System Administration service allows you to free-up resources for other more important tasks. services that are designed to minimize the cost and time of the Deployment of our MasterClaw solutions. constantly focusing on achieving optimal solutions and rapid deployment. fraud detection systems. System Administration We manage the fundamental administration and operation of the MasterClaw system and other OSS-related products. Anritsu is with you for the entire process.

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various other types of measurement equipment are also available) Mobile Communication system W-LAN (11a/b/g/n) Mobile Equipment Base Station Maintenance/Service Construction/Service √ √ √ √ √ √ HSPA Evolution Fixed WiMAX Manufacture Bluetooth MD8430A Signalling Tester MD8480C W-CDMA Signalling Tester MF6900A Fading Simulator MX785201A Protocol Test System (PTS) MX785220A Protocol Conformance Test Toolkit MX786201A Rapid Test Designer (RTD) MX702500B Log to Scenario Converter ME7832A Protocol Conformance Test System ME7873F/ME7874F W-CDMA TRX/Performance Test System W-CDMA RRM Test System MD8470A Signalling Tester MX702600B CDMA2000 Scenario Composer MT8820C Radio Communication Analyzer MT8510B Service Tester MA8120E Shield Box*3 MG3700A Vector Signal Generator MG3681A Digital Modulation Signal Generator MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer MS8609A/MS8608A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester MS8901A Digital Broadcast Signal Analyzer MS2721B/MS2723B/MS2724B Spectrum Master MT8212E Cell Master MT8221B BTS Master MT8852B Bluetooth Test Set √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*4 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*2 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*5 √ √ √ √ √ √*6 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*1 √ √ √ √*1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*4 √*4 √ √ MT8855A Bluetooth Audio Test Set MT8860C WLAN Test Set *1: Measurement items for InterRAT Handover are available.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Mobile Communication Measurement Equipment (example of an application. *2: GSM only *3: Frequency range: 800 MHz to 2500 MHz *4: Downlink/Forward link only *5: 11a/b/g only *6: MS2721B only 187 http://www.com Manufacture GSM/GPRS Anritsu Model LTE (FDD) LTE (TDD) W-CDMA HSDPA HSUPA Advanced PHS CDMA2000 1X Mobile WiMAX TD-SCDMA MediaFLO 1xEV-DO DVB-T/H XG-PHS EGPRS ISDB-T R&D R&D .anritsu.

The MD8430A Signalling Tester is a key LTE base station simulator for developing LTE-compliant chipsets and mobile devices. Main Test Functions Key Features • Early support for 3GPP LTE standards • One MD8430A support 2×2 MIMO Intra-RAT handover with 100 Mbps DL and 50 Mbps UL speeds • Inter-RAT tests making effective use of previous MD8480C • LTE Intra-RAT performance test (Hard handover) • LTE ↔ UTRAN/GERAN Inter-RAT handover test • LTE/CDMA2000 Interoperability test (IOT) • Digital baseband slow clock test • Protocol sequence analysis (Log analysis) • Throughput monitoring • UE Scheduling function (Time/MCS/Lowest RB/RB) • H-ARQ Test (ACK/NACK/DTX) Basic Functions (LTE) (UTRAN/GERAN).MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SIGNALLING TESTER MD8430A Ethernet Early Support for Developing Next-Generation LTE Chipsets and Mobile UEs NEW Mobile UEs are quickly becoming fast multimedia terminals due to widespread adoption of the next-generation LTE radio communications standard. and MD8470A (CDMA2000) hardware investments • Optimized investment from first R&D to protocol conformance testing • Full development and analysis toolset cuts L1. PTM) • 2×2 MIMO (STM.anritsu. and L3 scenario development time and costs • Transmit Downlink (DL) signal • Receive Uplink (UL) signal • Call processing • Transmit Power Control (TPC) • Baseband interface • Hard handover (STM. Using its extensive experience in 3G markets. PTM) • Encryption (option) Field Test QoS Management Preconformance/ Conformance Tests Main Applications • Coding/Decoding tests (RF/baseband) • Protocol sequence tests • Throughout and stress tests (performance test) • Intra-RAT/Inter-RAT performance tests • LTE Preconformance/Conformance tests • Network interoperability tests (IOT) • LTE network operator acceptance tests • Troubleshooting field test problems • Terminal QC inspection Pre-IOT/IOT Operator Acceptance Tests L3 Tests Protocol Sequence Integration/ Function/ Performance Tests L1/L2 Tests RF/Baseband 188 http://www. Anritsu has developed the MD8430A as a powerful LTE protocol R&D test solution to help developers bring LTE terminals to market as fast as possible. L2.com .

MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Supports Newest UE Categories 3GPP TS 36.4. frame timing. which are difficult to perform with an RF fading simulator. And connecting the MF6900A Fading Simulator to the digital baseband interface supports slow clock evaluations in a fading environment. Patch Test) The MD8430A supports digital baseband I/O as standard functions. Using the baseband interface offers high-reproducibility coding/ decoding tests free from the RF section. LTE coding/decoding tests are supported because the baseband chip can be evaluated using a slower clock than the clock frequency. BTS cell selections.anritsu. connector selections. fading.com .306 V8.0 (2009-06) LTE (DL) UE Category Category Category Category Category Category 1 2 3 4 5 Maximum number of DL-SCH transport block bits received within a TTI 10296 51024 102048 150752 299552 Maximum number of bits of a DL-SCH transport block received within a TTI 10296 51024 75376 75376 149776 Total number of soft channel bits 250368 1237248 1237248 1827072 3667200 Maximum number of supported layers for spatial multiplexing in DL 1 2 2 2 4 The MD8430A supports UE categories 1 to 3 and will support all new future categories. Setup Screen Example Slow Clock Test Setup (Digital Baseband. including RF parameters. Fading) 189 http://www. etc. LTE (UL) UE Category Category Category Category Category Category 1 2 3 4 5 Maximum number of bits of an UL-SCH transport block transmitted within a TTI 5160 25456 51024 51024 75376 Support for 64QAM in UL No No No No Yes For Developing LTE Chipsets and Mobile UE RF/Baseband Tests • Coding/Decoding Test Coding/Decoding tests of LTE terminals are performed by making the RF connections shown in the following diagram. supporting stable evaluation of LTE chipset baseband performance. channel power. • Easy MIMO Test Configuration Settings The MD8430A has 8 main and sub RF connectors as well as 8 digital IQ connectors as standard equipment for use with the MX843010A LTE Control Software to easily configure and monitor various settings. MIMO. Coding/Decoding Test Example (RF. Moreover.

com . such as network conditions and message data. quickly increasing the number of working test cases. In addition.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Fully Versatile L1/L2 Monitoring Functions The MX843010A software supports LTE development by processing large volumes of low-layer data at very high speeds using a full line of versatile power monitoring. at easy-to-understand setting screens. Measurement (Counter and Throughput) Screens Test Case Editing Screen (RTD) • Flexibility in Testing & Analysis When the test finishes the execution. The Measure (Counter) functions can monitor Layer 1 and layer 2 throughputs in real time by counting parameter values such as ACK/NACK/DTX/CQI. the Built-in Analyzer function checks for programming errors prior to testing. Moreover. This avoids the need to study complex message sequences and can show a test outcome explained in a local language. The Reference Library test cases provides a reference to build the customized test cases and libraries with ease. • Cuts Test Case Development Time The RTD GUI offers intuitive test case creation by linking procedures with parameters. Monitor Screen Example Complete LTE Protocol Test Environment • Intelligent Test Creation The MX786201A Rapid Test Designer (RTD) software tools gives users power to create tests that cannot be done with traditional language based tools. Test Execution Screen (RTD) Log Analysis Screen (RTD) 190 http://www. the RTD provides a preliminary judgment against predetermined criteria. throughput monitoring and log analysis functions. each procedure auto-sets the connection with the lower Layers (L1/L2) based on full compliance with the 3GPP standards.anritsu. which can start immediately without recompiling after editing and changing settings. RTD Supports L1/L2/L3 testing using Lower Layer Configuration library at the early stage of UE development. The Integrated protocol analyzer with RTD supports very detailed Message Sequence Analysis and provides a facility to export the Protocol Test logs in to HTML format which can be viewed at any PC with a Browser without a RTD license.

Digital IQ 20 MHz Category 1. at MIMO) MD8430A-010 LTE Function Test Model (FTM) MD8430A-020 MD8430A-030 LTE Standard Test Model (STM) LTE Performance Test Model (PTM) RF. of Base Station Hard Handover (inc. In addition. Fading Setting Screen (MF6900A Fading Simulator) LTE-UTRAN/GERAN Handover Test Setup Connecting three MF6900A units permits fading simulations for each of six cells. maximizing support for both worldwide communications technologies and investment in hardware. When combined with the MD8470A Signalling Tester. combination with the MF6900A Fading Simulator supporting LTE MIMO via the dedicated digital interface simplifies complex power control procedures for easy throughput testing in a fading environment with simple test setup..anritsu. 4 (SISO) 2×2 MIMO Active + Adjacent BTS: 4 Active + Adjacent BTS: 6 (Max.com . The bundled sample scenarios make it easy to change parameters such as bandwidth. Active BTS: 2) (Max. Active BTS: 1) No 191 http://www. 2. In addition. And the MD8430C is not limited to the globally dominant W-CDMA technology but also supports the HSPA/HSPA Evolution and GSM/GPRS/EGPRS technologies. etc. HARQ. Data Rate (UL) No. CDMA2000 interoperability tests (IOT) are supported too. • Handover Tests Optimizing Hardware Investment The MD8430A Signalling Tester supports up to six cells (two active cells) allowing handover tests between two LTE BTS with one tester. No. Active BTS: 2) Between same frequency and different frequencies Category 1 10 Mbps 5 Mbps 1 No Active + Adjacent BTS: 1 (Max.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Efficient UE Integration and Performance Tests • Testing Throughput for Various Conditions The MD8430A Signalling Tester supports the latest UE categories with download speeds of 100 Mbps and uploads speeds of 50 Mbps. scheduling. 3 100 Mbps (at 2×2 MIMO) 50 Mbps 2 (MIMO). LTE-UTRAN/GERAN Inter-RAT handover tests are supported by connecting the MD8480C W-CDMA Signalling Tester. for evaluating LTE throughputs under various conditions. of Simultaneous Tx Frequencies MIMO Max. ∗ With LTE performance test model Specifications of MD8430A Signalling Tester Models Model/Name Interface Frequency Band UE Category Max. Data Rate (DL) Max.

the right firmware is selected easily at startup. guaranteed test case compatibility even when the MD8430A firmware version is changed removes the need to recompile. • Options MD8430A-060 LTE FDD Option Required option when simulating 3GPP LTE FDD MD8430A-080 LTE Ciphering Option Option for adding ciphering function supporting EEA0. Model/Options/Software • Model Full Line of Versatile L3 Analysis Tools • Instant Firmware Switching Because the MD8430A saves up to five firmware versions. an ideal turnkey solution for acceptance testing. MD8430A-010 LTE Function Test Model (FTM) MD8430A-020 LTE Standard Test Model (STM) MD8430A-030 LTE Performance Test Model (PTM) Choose one of the above three models.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Powerful Platform for Both Conformance and Operator Acceptance Tests • Easy Test Case Maintenance • Optimized Hardware Investment A choice of three MD8430A models designed for early chipset and UE development. and EEA2 (TS33.com . a Single Hardware Platform that extends its usage from Platform development to Conformance Testing.323) algorithms to LTE Z1342A LTE FTM to STM Upgrade Kit Required option when upgrading from FTM to STM model Z1343A LTE STM to PTM Upgrade Kit Required option when upgrading from STM to PTM model Z1344A LTE FTM to PTM Upgrade Kit Required option when upgrading from FTM to PTM model • Application Products MF6900A Fading Simulator This Fading Simulator supports LTE 2×2 MIMO using a dedicated connection with the Anritsu Signalling Tester.. and performance tests ranging from carrier acceptance tests to protocol conformance tests as well as retrofit upgrades between models allows developers to tailor their hardware investment to current needs with future flexible upgrade options. multiple test cases can be executed continuously and test reports generated automatically. Example of Test Case Campaign MD8430A Support Services 192 http://www. There is no need to install/ uninstall firmware when executing a test case that determines the firmware version. Services depend on option configuration. etc. TS36. reducing the need for re-editing.. • Powerful Automated Testing The MX786201A Rapid Test Designer (RTD) software supporting the UE control interface makes it easy to setup automated test systems.anritsu. analyzing test cases and creating reports • Software Maintenance Contract Service Provided • Contract for adding/revising software functions in line with 3GPP revisions • Technical support for troubleshooting user problems Annual Support Service (1 year) Option providing 1 year of service support for LTE functions including web downloads of latest software and technical enquiries. Furthermore. including repeat testing under different conditions with multiple settings. function tests. and many functions. The Protocol Conformance Test Toolkit (PCT) with MD8430A and GCF/PTCRB approved TTCN test package provide an optimum environment for LTE protocol conformance testing. Hence. Test cases created by the RTD software can be updated easily when new 3GPP standard evolves. etc. can be automated.401. resulting in greatly reduced costs for maintaining test cases to support regression testing when rolling out new terminals and performing pre-IOT to assure compatibility with network equipment worldwide. • Software MX843010A LTE Control Software Software for simulating L1 and L2 with test cases in C MX786201A Rapid Test Designer (RTD) Software for simulating L1 to L3 with test cases described by GUI for automating testing. In addition. EEA1. offering carriers.

3. AC coupling) Connector: BNC-J 50Ω (nominal value) Frequency adjusted at shipment: 10 MHz ±0.02 ppm Output level: ≥0 dBm (50Ω. based on the frequency 10 days after turning on the power) ≤±2×10–8 (0° to 45°C) ∗ Based on the frequency at 25°C Frequency: 10 MHz Operating range: ±1 ppm Input level: –15 dBm ≤ level ≤ +20 dBm (50Ω. 18° to 28°C. 3.72 MHz External Clock signal input BNC connector × 3. 10 kHz to 30.3 Type: N Impedance: 50Ω VSWR: ≤1.3 V-CMOS level Internal Clock signal output BNC connector. within the input level range from –30 to +35 dBm • Sub connector input: Reference Power setting range: –35 to +5 dBm However. for calibration CW.0 GHz (Setting resolution: 100 kHz) OFDMA QPSK. for calibration CW 350 MHz to 3. based on the frequency 48 hours after turning on the power) ≤±1×10–7/year (Specification per day. 20 MHz band) Demodulatable range Based on the value set for the Reference Power QPSK: –28 to +15 dB 16QAM: –21 to +15 dB 64QAM: –15 to +15 dB (Input signal: EVM ≤1%. SC-FDMA) • Main connector input: Reference Power setting range: –20 to +20 dBm However.0 dB ∗ At 18° to 28°C. based on the frequency 24 hours after turning on the power ≤±1×10–8/day (Specification per day. the Sub input level range from –45 to +20 dBm. 64QAM. AC coupling) Connector: BNC-J 50Ω (nominal value) Main Connector: –40 dBm (Maximum setting level at Main Connector: –20 dBm) Sub Connector: 0 dBm ±1. 16QAM. BER ≤1×10–12. 64QAM PRACH: ±100 μs PUSCH: ±30 μs Type: N Impedance: 50Ω VSWR: ≤1. 18° to 28°C LTE (OFDM.3 V-CMOS level External Sync Start signal input BNC connector. within the Main input level range from –30 to +35 dBm.anritsu. 0 dBm. 3.5 Type: N Impedance: 50Ω VSWR: ≤1. 20 MHz band. 3.3 V-CMOS level. 3.com . 3. IQ: 16 bit DX20 connector (80 pin).5 DX20 connector (50 pin) × 8.3 V-CMOS level Connection with the MF6900A (Sync Start signal) HIB-B16LFYGA connector × 6. All port output: ≤–40 dBm Sub Connector: 0 dBm ≥ Level ≥ –113 dBm (After CAL) ∗ After calibration.5 dB Main Connector: –40 dBm ≥ Level ≥ –113 dBm (After CAL.0 dB Sub: ±3.0 GHz (Resolution: 100 kHz) SC-FDMA QPSK. LVDS level Connection with the MF6900A (Digital IQ signal) Continued on next page Level accuracy Transmission signal Frequency Access method Modulation method Modulation accuracy Input level Reception signal Level accuracy Frequency Access method Modulation method Synchronization acquirable range Main connector Sub (Downlink) connector Sub (Uplink) connector Digital IQ I/F Monitor I/F Sync Out Front Interface Sync In Clock Out Clock In Sync Out MF6900A Interface Port RF connector 193 http://www. and the Reference Power range of ±15 dB 350 MHz to 3.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications MD8430A Signalling Tester Reference frequency Activation characteristics Aging Rate Reference oscillator Temperature characteristics External reference input Internal reference output Maximum level 10 MHz ±5×10–7 (2 minutes after turning on the power) ≤±5×10–8 (5 minutes after turning on the power) ∗ At 25˚C. 64QAM ≤2% Sub output. 3.3 V-CMOS level Connection with the Monitor board (G0091) BNC connector.3 V-CMOS level Internal Sync Start signal output BNC connector. within the input level range from –45 to +20 dBm Main: ±3.3 V-CMOS level Digital IQ signal. 16QAM.

Visual C++®.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications related to EMC and LVD Temperature Power supply Dimensions. 1. • Windows® .0 m (N-P • 5D-2W • N-P): 2 N-SMA Adapter: 6 Monitor Board: 1 Monitor Cable 80: 1 Digital IQ Cable (50 cm): 1 Upgrade options LTE FTM to STM Upgrade Kit LTE STM to PTM Upgrade Kit LTE STM to FTM Upgrade Kit Option LTE Ciphering Option Software options LTE Control Software Rapid Test Designer (RTD) Application products Fading Simulator J1440A J1211 J0127A J0576B J1398A G0091 J1005 J1459A Z1342A Z1343A Z1344A MD8430A-080 MX843010A MX786201A MF6900A pc pcs pc pc pcs units pc pc pc ∗: A PC∗1 running Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 or Visual Studio 2008∗2 is required to use the MD8430A. Model/Order No MD8430A MD8430A-010 MD8430A-060 MD8430A MD8430A-020 MD8430A-060 MD8430A MD8430A-030 MD8430A-060 Name LTE function test model Signalling Tester∗ LTE Function Test Model (FTM) LTE FDD Option LTE standard test model Signalling Tester∗ LTE Standard Test Model (STM) LTE FDD Option LTE performance test model Signalling Tester∗ LTE Performance Test Model (PTM) LTE FDD Option Standard accessories CD-ROM (Operation Manual and Maintenance Software): 1 LAN Cable: 2 Power Cord. ∗1: The PC controller for the MD8430A must meet or exceed the following specifications: OS: Windows XP (SP2) or later CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2 GHz or faster RAM: 2 GB or more NIC: 1000BASE-T ∗2: The Express Edition of Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 or Visual Studio 2008 is supported. 3. It must be supplied by the customer.anritsu. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.0 m (15 A): 1 Coaxial Cord. 1. 200 to 240 V (Automatic switching system) 47. Mass EMC LVD Operating Storage Voltage Frequency Power consumption Dimensions Mass EN61326-1. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. Core™ 2 Duo is registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries.com . • Intel®. Visual Studio® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.5 Hz to 63 Hz (Automatically changeover system) ≤1200 VA 426 (W) × 310 (H) × 500 (D) mm ≤35 kg Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. name and quantity when ordering. 194 http://www. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 0˚ to +45˚C –20˚ to +60˚C 100 to 120 V.0 m (BNC-P • RG58A/U • BNC-P): 1 Coaxial Cord.

) • Birth-Death/Moving (2 cells max. 2×1 MISO. W-CDMA/HSPA and 2×2 MIMO 2-cell NEW The introduction of the LTE next-generation communication standard makes MIMO evaluation in a fading environment much more complex. Connecting the MF6900A Fading Simulator to the MD8430A Signalling Tester via dedicated digital interface to simulate a BTS greatly simplifies 3GPP LTE 2×2 MIMO fading tests.anritsu.com .) • Tx/Rx/TRx Diversity (2 cells max. 1×2 SIMO.) • MBMS Common Functions Main Uses • Coding and Decoding Tests (RF/Baseband) • Throughput Tests (Performance Tests) • Intra-RAT/Inter-RAT Handover Tests • LTE Pre-conformance/Conformance Tests • LTE Carrier UE Acceptance Tests • Fault Troubleshooting • Path Parameter Edit (12 paths/channel) • Parameter Saving and Reading • Slow Clock Tests • External Control • Clipping 195 http://www.) • Correlation Matrix Setting (MIMO) With MD8480C (W-CDMA/HSPA) Key Features • High reproducibility and maintainability due to full digital baseband processing • All-in-one unit supports LTE 2×2 MIMO 2-cell or LTE 2×2 MIMO↔W-CDMA/HSPA dual environment • Easy fading settings using dedicated interface with MD8430A/ MD8480C Signalling Tester • Highly extendible hardware platform • 4 channels max.) • Birth-Death/Moving (4 cells max. Functions With MD8430A (LTE) • 8 channels max.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FADING SIMULATOR MF6900A GPIB Ethernet All-in-One Full Digital Fading Simulator Supporting LTE. (MIMO) • 1×1 SISO. 2×2 MIMO (2 cells max. • 1×1 SISO (4 cells max.

Case2. • Fading Profile Case1. auto-synchronization at MD8430A and MD8480C slow clock operation eliminates repeated fading setting. Case6. complete elimination of all analog circuits supports easy maintenance and calibration-free stability. and the simple display supports intuitive use. Moreover. Case5.0 (2008-05)) Case1.0 (2008-05)) Moving propagation conditions (3GPP TS25.2. Case4. PA3.12.3. EVA. VA120. VA120. ETU (3GPP TS36.anritsu. As a result. VA3. • High Reproducibility and Maintainability due to Full Digital • Expandable Hardware Platform The maximum number of input and output ports can be extended to four each to support software updates for future function additions.0 (2008-05)) Birth-Death propagation conditions (3GPP TS25. VA3. Elimination of internal RF circuits eliminates power control settings. Baseband Processing The MF6900A simulates fading using full digital baseband processing. Case 8. high-reproducibility results are obtained using the same settings and complex MIMO power control settings are extremely easy and accurate. VA30. EVA. PB3 (3GPP TS25.101 V7.0 (2008-05)) EPA. the MF6900A has GCF/PTCRB certification with the ME7873F used commonly as an W-CDMA RF conformance test system. fading setting is made easy just by calling preset fading profiles from MD8430A and MD8480C test scenarios. Case2. Case 8.12. Case5.121-1 V8.12. Case3.101 V8.101 V7.com . allowing chipset and UE protocol developers to run tests transparently without a deep understanding of fading settings. VA30.0 (2008-06)) EPA. Case6. PB3 (3GPP TS25.0 (2008-05).101 V8. ETU (3GPP TS36.2. PA3.12. • Easy Fading Setting using Dedicated Interface with MD8430A/ MD8480C The MF6900A Fading Simulator uses a dedicated digital connection with the MD8430A/MD8480C. TS34. such as 4×2 MIMO. Moreover.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • All-in-One Unit Supports LTE 2×2 MIMO 2-cell or LTE 2×2 MIMO↔W-CDMA/HSPA Dual Environment One unit supports LTE 2×2 MIMO 2-cell tests and combination with the MD8430A Signalling Tester for LTE offers a simple test setup for intrasystem LTE 2×2 MIMO handover tests The MD8480C Signalling Tester for W-CDMA supports all-in-one LTE/W-CDMA inter-system handover tests (with MF6900A-001 option installed).101 V7. TS34. Case3.121-1 V8.3.101 V7. In addition.0 (2008-05). and can be used as a future LTE RF conformance test system.0 (2008-06)) SISO 2×2 MIMO/1×2 SIMO∗1 Moving∗2 Birth-Death∗2 Tx/Rx/TRx Diversity∗2 ∗1: Requires MX690010A 2×2 MIMO option ∗2: Requires MX690020A WCDMA Extended Model option Example of MF6900A Main Display 196 http://www. Moreover. Case4.

Rear panel: 2ports) Connector: Mini D-Sub 15 pins. T6. Sync Start2) Connector: BNC-J (Rear panel) Input level: LVTTL Supports control from external controller (except power supply) Connector: RJ-45 (Rear panel) Supports IEEE488.com . 4 ports added by MF6900A-001 Additional LVDS Interface (Opt-001) I/F for adjusting timing between MF6900A and MD8480C with two system settings (Sampling Clock1. AH1. RL1. VGA compatible (Rear panel) XGA color LCD (Resolution: 1024 × 768) 8.anritsu. SIMO LTE Diversity LTE 2×2 MIMO Handover LTE. Tx/Rx/TRx Diversity functions ∗: Connection with MD8480C requires MU848072C-40 MF6900 interface or MU848072E BTS Evolution option Standard configuration SISO (Standard) LTE MIMO. DT0. C0. MISO. No. SR1. or between MF6900A and MD8430A with two settings (Sync Start1. Birth-Death. PP0.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Options/Software • Options MF6900A-001 Additional LVDS Interface Hardware option to add two back LVDS interface ports Required when using 2 cells with MD8430A and 3 or more cells with MD8480C MF6900A-101 Additional LVDS Interface Retrofit For MF6900A-001 retrofit at Anritsu plant Software Options MX690010A 2×2 MIMO Software installed in main frame to use LTE MIMO functions MX690020A WCDMA Extended Model Software installed in main frame to use Moving. E2 Supports USB2. Sampling Clock2) Connector: BNC-J (Rear panel) Input level: LVTTL I/F for synchronizing between MF6900A and MD8480C. of LTE BS (MD8430A) – 1 1 1 – – 1 1 – – MF6900A-001 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 – – Max. DC1.2 Connector: IEEE bus connector (Rear panel) Interface functions: SH1. W-CDMA/HSPA Inter-RAT Birth-Death Moving W-CDMA/HSPA Diversity W-CDMA MBMS √ – – – – – – – √∗ Max.4 inches (213 mm diagonal) Continued on next page 197 http://www. of I/O ports Sampling Clock Electrical characteristics Sync Start Electrical characteristics Connector External controller Ethernet (10/100/1000 Base-T) GPIB USB (B) USB Monitor Out Display I/F (attached to rear panel) for exchanging signals between MF6900A and MD8480C or MF6900A and MD8430A with one connector supporting both input and output 2 ports as standard. No.0 Connector: USB-B (Rear panel) For connecting external USB devices to save mainframe parameters Supports USB2. L4. of W-CDMA BS (MD8480C) – MF6900A-001 2 4 – – – – – – – 2 2 1 – 2 4 4 2 4 MX690010A – √ √ √∗ √∗ – – – – MX690020A – – – – √ √ √ √ – ∗: Requires MF6900A-001 Additional LVDS Interface option Specifications MF6900A Fading Simulator Digital I/F No.0 Connector: USB-A (Front panel: 2ports.

each of MIMO/MISO/SIMO can be set . PB3 (3GPP TS25. Resolution: 0. VA3. Resolution: 1 Hz (To assure normal simulator operation. Resolution: 0.anritsu. each port can be set 12 paths per channel 0 to 600 µs. Rayleigh. Setting accuracy: 0. Case8. Resolution: 0. Pure doppler.2. c: velocity of light in vacuum (1.1 dB (at Rice) 0° to 359.07925285×109 km/h). Rayleigh.1 dB. Resolution: 0. PA3. fd: maximum Doppler frequency at 20 kHz Constant phase.01 Hz 0 to νmax km/h.1 Hz to 20 kHz. Setting accuracy: 0.1 ns.05 dB 0 Hz or 0. Case4.101 V7.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Port Channel Frequency Sampling frequency Port gain Path Relative path delay Relative path gain Doppler frequency Channel configuration (SISO) 2 ports as standard configuration and 2 ports added by installing Opt-001 2 channels as standard configuration and 2 channels added by installing Opt-001 100 MHz to 6000 MHz. Resolution: 1 Hz (MD8430A: 350 MHz to 3000 MHz) 10 MHz to 80 MHz.12.9°.05 dB.) 0° to 359.) –50 to 0 dB. fd: maximum Doppler frequency at 20 kHz Constant phase. Setting accuracy: 0. Resolution: 0.05 dB 0 Hz or 0.9°.1°. Resolution: 0.1 ns (Based on Delay 0) –50 to 0 dB.1° (at Constant phase) –30 to +30 dB. Resolution: 1 Hz (To assure normal simulator operation.com . VA120. Resolution: 0.1 dB. c: velocity of light in vacuum (1. Resolution: 1 Hz (MD8430A: 350 MHz to 3000 MHz.01km/h where νmax found as: f νmax = c d fc where. fc (Hz) is Frequency.2.0 (2008-06)) EPA.1° (at Constant Phase) –30 to +30 dB. Setting accuracy: 0.1°. MD8480C: 300 MHz to 3000 MHz) 10 MHz to 80 MHz. EVA.01 Hz 0 to νmax km/h.101 V8. Resolution: 0.101 V8. it is necessary to set the input signal sampling frequency. Resolution: 0.1° (at Pure doppler and Rice) The following Fading profiles are supported: Case1. Case6. Pure doppler.) 0° to 359.1 dB.2. VA30.0 (2008-05). Case3.1° (at Pure doppler and Rice) A 3GPP TS36. it is necessary to set the input signal sampling frequency.0 (2008-05)) Continued on next page Moving speed Fading type Phase shift Rice K factor Angle of arrival Fading profile Port Channel Frequency Sampling frequency Port gain Path Path delay Channel configuration (2×2 MIMO/ 2×1 MISO/ 1×2 SIMO) Relative path gain Doppler frequency Moving speed Fading type Phase shift Rice K factor Angle of arrival Correlation matrix Fading profile 198 http://www.121-1 V8. Resolution: 0.3. Case5.0 compliant correlation matrix can be set.) –50 to 0 dB. Resolution: 0. 12 paths/channel 0 to 600 µs.05 dB. Resolution: 0. Setting accuracy: 0.1 Hz to 20 kHz.07925285 ×109 km/h).1 ns (Based on Delay 0) –50 to 0 dB.9°. Resolution: 0. Setting accuracy: 0. Resolution: 0. Setting accuracy: 0.9°. Case2. Rice (Pure dopple and Rice can only be set for 1 path at 1 channel. EVA. 2×1 MISO) The following Fading Profiles are supported: EPA.101 V8. Resolution: 0.0 (2008-05)) Enabled with MX690010A 2×2 MIMO and when MD8430A connected (defined by Digital I/F below) 2 ports as standard configuration and 2 ports added by installing Opt-001 [2×2 MIMO] 4 channels as standard with 4 more channels added by Opt-001 [2×1 MISO/1×2 SIMO] 2 channels as standard with 2 more channels added by Opt-001 100 MHz to 6000 MHz. fc (Hz) is Frequency. 3GPP TS34.1 dB. ETU (3GPP TS36. 4×4 (2×2 MIMO) 2×2 (1×2 SIMO.1 ns. ETU (3GPP TS36. Setting accuracy: 0. Rice (Pure dopple and Rice can only be set for 1 path at 1 channel. Resolution: 0.1 dB (at Rice) 0° to 359.01km/h where νmax found as: f νmax = c d fc where.

Resolution: 0. c: velocity of light in vacuum (1.05 dB.05 dB. Case4. Resolution: 0.0 (2008-05).9°.0 (2008-05) 0. Resolution: 1 ns 0. Setting accuracy: 0.1° (at Pure doppler and Rice) The following Fading profiles are supported: Case1.101 V7. 3GPP TS34.12. Setting accuracy: 0.0 (2008-05) 1 µs to 600 µs. Setting accuracy: 0. Case8. Resolution: 0.1 µs.1 ms to 2000 ms. Resolution: 0. Case3.01 to 0.1 dB. Setting accuracy: 0. Setting accuracy: 0.12. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Variation period Port Channel Sampling frequency Channel configuration (Birth-Death) Port gain Fading profile Maximum delay Delay resolution Dwell time Moving speed Fading type Phase shift Rice K factor Angle of arrival Fading profile Dimension/Mass Power supply Temperature/Humidity EMC LVD 199 http://www.1°.07925285×109 km/h). each port can be set Supports Moving Propagation Conditions specified in 3GPP TS25. Resolution: 0.707 s to 628. Case5. it is necessary to set the input signal sampling frequency.01 Hz 0 to νmax km/h.1° (at Constant Phase) –30 to +30 dB. Resolution: 0. Resolution: 0. (no condensation) EN61326-1. Resolution: 0. Pure doppler. VA120.) –50 to 0 dB. Resolution: 0. Resolution: 0.9°.3. Resolution: 0. Setting accuracy: 0.1 Hz to 20 kHz.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Enabled when MX690020A WCDMA Extended Model installed (defined by Digital I/F below) Port Channel Sampling frequency Port gain Channel configuration (Moving) Fading profile Delay variation Delay offset Angular frequency (ω) 2 ports as standard configuration and 2 ports added by installing Opt-001 2 channels as standard configuration and 2 channels added by installing Opt-001 10 MHz to 80 MHz.1 ns (Based on Delay 0) –50 to 0 dB. Setting accuracy: 0. Setting accuracy: 0. each port can be set Supports Birth-Death Propagation Conditions specified in 3GPP TS25. Setting accuracy: 0. Resolution: 0. Humidity: 20 to 80%. Maximum voltage: 250 V) Frequency: 50 Hz to 60 Hz (±5%) Power consumption: ≤350 VA (Maximum value) [Operating] Temperature: +5° to +45°C.1 dB. Humidity: 90% or less. PB3 (3GPP TS25.) –50 to 0 dB.1 µs. (no condensation) [Storage] Temperature: –20° to +60°C. it is necessary to set the input signal sampling frequency.01 rad/s.1 dB (at Rice) 0° to 359. Resolution: 1 Hz (To assure normal simulator operation.1 ns where Delay resolution: ∆T µs and Maximum delay: Tmax µs found as: 10 • ∆T = Tmax 0. Setting accuracy: 0.05 dB. Rayleigh. Resolution: 0.1 ms. it is necessary to set the input signal sampling frequency. fd: maximum Doppler frequency at 20 kHz Constant phase.01km/h where νmax found as: f νmax = c d fc where fc (Hz) Frequency. Resolution: 1 Hz (To assure normal simulator operation. VA30.101 V7.318 s. Setting accuracy: 2 ns 0 to 50 µs.com .1 µs to 60 µs.05 µs Enabled only when MX690020A installed and MD8480C connected (defined by Digital I/F below) Port Channel Frequency Sampling frequency Port gain Path Path delay Path gain Channel configuration (Tx/Rx/TRx diversity) Doppler frequency 2 ports as standard configuration and 2 ports added by installing Opt-001 2 channels as standard configuration and 2 channels added by installing Opt-001 100 MHz to 6000 MHz.4 rad/s. Resolution: 1 Hz (To assure normal simulator operation.1 dB.5 µs to 10 µs. Resolution: 0.1 ns 0.0001 rad/s 15.001 s where ω rad/s and Ts found as: ω = 2π T (display only) Enabled only when MX690020A installed (defined by Digital I/F below) 2 ports as standard configuration and 2 ports added by installing Opt-001 2 channels as standard configuration and 2 channels added by installing Opt-001 10 MHz to 80 MHz.anritsu.05 dB. Resolution: 0. each port can be set 0 Hz or 0.0 (2008-06)) 340 (W) × 200 (H) × 448 (D) mm (excluding protrusions) ≤15 kg (when Opt-001 installed) Voltage: AC 100 to 120 V.121-1 V8. Case2.12. Rice (Pure dopple and Rice can only be set for 1 path at 1 channel. VA3.1 ns. Case6. each port can be set 12 paths per channel 0 to 600 µs.1 dB.) 0° to 359. Resolution: 1 Hz (MD8480C: 300 MHz to 3000 MHz) 10 MHz to 80 MHz.101 V7. PA3. Resolution: 0. 200 to 240 V (–15/+10%.1 ns.) –50 to 0 dB.

2.6 m: 1 pc 1 pc Adapter (3 pin→2 pin): USB Memory (>256 MB. name and quantity when ordering. USB2.com . 3. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. Cross cable.anritsu. 2.0 Flash Driver): 1 pc USB Mouse: 1 pc Install CD-R (with manual): 1 pc Option Additional LVDS Interface Retrofit option Additional LVDS Interface Retrofit Software options 2×2 MIMO WCDMA Extended Model Warranty service 2 Years Extended Warranty Service 3 Years Extended Warranty Service 5 Years Extended Warranty Service Application parts LVDS Cable (2. 1. Cross cable.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.0 m) Ethernet Cable (Shield type.0 m (BNC-P • RG55A/U • BNC-P) Ethernet Cable (Shield type.0 m) Ethernet Cable (Shield type. Model/Order No. 3.0 m) Coaxial Code.0 m) GPIB Cable. Straight cable.0 m 2 pcs (BNC-P • RG55A/U • BNC-P): Power Cord.0 m (BNC-P • RG55A/U • BNC-P) Coaxial Code. Straight cable. 2.0 m) Ethernet Cable (Shield type. 1. 1.0 m Rack Mount Kit Keyboard (USB) MF6900A-001 MF6900A-101 MX690010A MX690020A MF6900A-ES210 MF6900A-ES310 MF6900A-ES510 J1416A J0093B J0093C J1261A J1261B J1261C J1261D J0008 B0606A Z0975A 200 http://www.0 m): Coaxial Code. MF6900A J1416A J0093C J0017F J0266 P0031A Z0541A Main frame Fading Simulator Name Standard accessories 2 pcs LVDS Cable (2. 2.

Requires adding this option to each BTS unit.5G UE Protocol Sequence Tests • Inter/Intra-RAT Handover UE Protocol Sequence Tests • HSPA/EGPRS Packet Data Communications Tests • Inter-RAT HO Packet Data Communications Tests (Ping. Applications ISDN Packet Voice Control PC 64 kbps DL: 28 Mbps UL: 11 Mbps AMR RF BB UE MD8480C Ethernet ∗1: High Speed Packet Access ∗2: Enhanced GPRS ∗3: Requires two MD8480C units ∗4: Handover Testing between W-CDMA/HSPA and GSM/EGPRS at Voice/ Data Communications Additional Options (Hardware) Features • Supports 3GPP Release 7 (HSPA Evolution and HSPA) • Full HSDPA/HSUPA Support for All UE Categories • Data Throughput Test (DL 28 Mbps/UL 11 Mbps) • One Unit Supports Expanded Functions for 4 BTS max.anritsu. • Baseband Interface MU848077C Baseband Interface Unit This option adds I/O interfaces for DBB (digital baseband and ABB (analog baseband) to the MD8480C. and UE end-to-end testing∗2 for chipsets and UE. The MD8480C is the ideal instrument for developing increasingly popular UMTS UE and high-performance chipsets and UE for HSPA/EGPRS∗4. coding/decoding processing.com . • HSDPA Base Station • 3G/3. including Voice and Packet • Data Throughput Monitoring Test MU848072C-01 HSDPA This option adds the HSDPA functions for up to four base stations to the W-CDMA BTS Unit. packet switch). (W-CDMA/HSPA) • Optional GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 2BTS Functions • Inter-RAT Handover Tests between HSPA and EGPRS Main Uses • W-CDMA Base Station MU848072E BTS Evolution∗5 The standard MD8480C configuration has one BTS unit for a single W-CDMA base station functionality. Moreover. voice and data communications testing (circuit switch. Requires adding this option to each BTS unit. origination. 201 http://www.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS W-CDMA SIGNALLING TESTER MD8480C Ethernet All-in-One Solution for W-CDMA/HSPA and GSM/GPRS/EGPRS Chipset and UE Development The MD8480C W-CDMA Signalling Tester is a base station simulator with ideal protocol development and test functions for developing 3. ∗5: Low-profile 1-slot type. • HSUPA Base Station MU848072C-02 HSUPA This option adds the HSUPA functions for up to four base stations to the W-CDMA BTS Unit. adding options for GSM/GPRS/EGPRS∗3 base stations supports Inter-RAT handover tests between W-CDMA/HSPA and GSM/GPRS/EGPRS systems. FTP. protocol sequence testing (registration. handover).5G W-CDMA UE supporting HSPA ∗ 1 . termination. It has an air interface conforming to 3GPP specifications as standard and supports a full range of applications and protocol tests.5G UE Coding/Decoding Function Tests (RF/BB) • Applications Tests. Browsing) • 3G/3. Adding this option in a single MD8480C supports for up to four W-CDMA base stations. It also adds an interface for connecting an external digital simulator to support baseband evaluation of W-CDMA/HSPA chipsets and UE reference design boards.

CC. ∗2: The integrity function is also supported even without this option. It supports downlink (DL) 64QAM modulation and Uplink (UL) 16QAM demodulation scheme. permitting frequency hopping in GSM communications channels at a frame sync of 4. • GSM/GPRS Ciphering MX848045C GSM/GPRS 2 Ciphering This option adds the GSM/GPRS ciphering function to support the GSM A5/1. It also achieves maximum data transfer speed 21 Mbps (DL) and 11 Mbps (UL). including TSTD. It also adds an ISDN interface for performing UDI communications and videophone tests at data rates up to a maximum of 2B (64 kbps). NAS (RR. This feature supports scenario conditional branch processing and received message analysis. When it is used with the above-described base station options.6 kbps (HSCSD). HSUPA 16QAM Function ∗1: When two TDMA2 (MU848060C) units are installed. • Compressed Mode Function MX848001A-02 W-CDMA Signalling Tester Compressed Mode This option supports the compressed mode function used mainly for hard handover (HHO) tests.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • GSM/GPRS Base Station MU848060C TDMA2 This option installs the GSM/GPRS function in the MD8480C to support GSM/GPRS registration. GEA2 and GEA3 ciphering algorithm. Additional Options (Software) – W-CDMA/HSPA Related – • Diversity Function MX848001A-01 W-CDMA Signalling Tester Tx Diversity This option supports the Tx diversity functions. this option is able to Handover test between DTM and Multi Call connection if used with the W-CDMA Multi Call configuration on the single unit. In addition. It also supports asynchronous mode data transmission in the nontransparent mode.6 kbps asynchronous and non-transparent mode test functions. • GSM Frequency Hopping Function MX848001A-05 W-CDMA Signalling Tester GSM Frequency Hopping This option supports the GSM frequency hopping function. network origination and termination. up to two units can be installed in one MD8480C. RLP) providing 14. • DTM Function MX848001C-30 DTM (R99) This option adds the Dual Transfer Mode (DTM) function which is able to simulate Voice (CS) + Data (PS) communication based on the 3GPP Release 99. 28. SF/2. • W-CDMA Ciphering MX848041E Firmware for Ciphering This option∗2 adds support for ciphering functions to KASUMI and SNOW 3G (3GPP standards integrity ciphering algorithm). • Message Encoder/Decoder Function MX848001A-07 Message Encoder/Decoder The provided protocol message encoder/decoder library supporting RRC. MX848001E-13 Higher Order Modulation (Release 7) This option supports Higher Order Modulation defined by 3GPP Release 7. This option requires an Additional RF Unit (MD8480B-03 or MD8480C-04). Closed Loop Mode 1 and Closed Loop Mode 2. it can also be used for testing both IP and PPP packets. – GSM/GPRS/EGPRS Related – • GSM CSD Function MX848001A-04 W-CDMA Signalling Tester GSM CSD This option supports the GSM CSD (Circuit Switched Data) function and PPP packets at data rates from 9. This option requires the ISDN/CSD (MU848055C).4. it achieves maximum data transfer speed 28 Mbps in downlink. 202 http://www. it supports hard handover testing (HHO) between different frequencies. • 3GPP Release 7 Function MX848001C-12 HSPA Evolution (Release 7) This option supports the HSPA Evolution functions. • HSDPA Ciphering MX848041C-10 HSDPA Ciphering This option∗2 adds supports for ciphering functions to KASUMI and SNOW 3G (3GPP standards integrity ciphering algorithm). And handover tests between W-CDMA (HSPA) and GSM/GPRS units are supported when used in combination with the MD8480C-04 Additional RF Unit 3 and the MX848001A-02 Compressed Mode described below. supporting the GSM transmit and receive function for each of two base stations. SMS and SS (Supplementary Service) makes it easy to change or extract message information elements in test scenarios. Puncturing. This option requires the ISDN/CSD (MU848055C). L2 improvement. By adding this option. STTD. • 2 × 2 MIMO Function MX848001E-14 2 × 2 MIMO (Release 7) This option supports 2 × 2 MIMO defined by 3GPP Release 7. MM. such as voice and data communications.com . • ISDN/CSD Unit MU848055C ISDN/CSD This unit is required when adding software supporting CSD (Circuit Switched Data). CS Voice over HSPA. • W-CDMA CSD Function MX848001A-06 W-CDMA Signalling Tester W-CDMA CSD This option supports W-CDMA CSD (Circuit Switched Data) and adds CSD-dedicated layers (L2RCOP. • HSDPA Diversity Function MX848001C-11 HSDPA Tx Diversity This option supports the Tx diversity function for HSDPA/HSUPA. This option requires the TDMA2 (MU848060C). 57. This option requires more than one BTS unit (MU848072E – 2BTS) as the additional base station option. including CPC (Continuous Packet Connectivity).6 kbps to 57. This option requires the W-CDMA Tx diversity function (MX848001A-01). it supports various applications.∗1 Interface Unit (MU848077C) cannot be installed. A5/2 and A5/3 ciphering algorithm as well as the GPRS GEA1.8. Using the EGPRS method (3GPP Release 99) supports packet testing at up to 230 kbps. mobile origination and termination. In addition. and Higher Layer Scheduling are also supported by this option.anritsu. In addition. PPP packet testing can also be performed using the RS-232C I/F built into this option. Enhanced Cell FACH.62 ms. and handover. GMM. Shared • Router Connection Function MX848001A-03 W-CDMA Signalling Tester Router Connection This option provides support for data communications with PCs on a different subnet mask (segment) and can be used for both W-CDMA and GPRS data. SM). • Additional RF Interface MD8480C-04 Additional RF Unit 3 This option adds support for two different frequencies (transmit and receive) and is required when adding the GSM/GPRS base station option (MU848060C). In addition. The continuously covered transmit and receive frequency range is 350 MHz to 2700 MHz. • HSDPA 64QAM. the Baseband • EGPRS Base Station MU848060C-01 EGPRS (R99) This option installs the EGPRS base station function in the MU848060C TDMA2 option.

MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Voice Codec Function MX848062C Multimedia Interface Software∗1 The Multimedia Interface Software (MIS) is application software providing a voice codec function.6 GHz) or better Memory: 512 MB min. MD8480C-SS121∗2 This optional 1-year contract provides the following services for W-CDMA/GSM functions. • MD8480C 2-year Package Support Service MD8480C-SS250. One free LAN port Other Options – Software Maintenance Contracts – • W-CDMA/GSM 1-year Support Service MD8480C-SS120.) • HSUPA 1-year Support Service ∗2 MD8480C-SS124. Warranty Service • 5-year Extended ∗4 MD8480C-ES510 This service extends the MD8480C standard 1-year warranty to 5 years. • HSDPA 1-year Support Service ∗2 MD8480C-SS122. • MD8480C 1-year Package Support Service ∗3 ∗1: A PC is required to use the MX848062C MIS. The specifications required for stable operation are listed below. MD8480C Support System 203 http://www. Others: Microphone input connector. End-to-End Voice communications can be tested between a microphone and speaker connected to the external PC and a mobile terminal. • 3GPP Software upgrades and revisions • Technical support for solving user problems The MD8480C-SS120 software service contract is for W-CDMA/GSM related functions of the MD8480C. • 3GPP Software upgrades and revisions • Technical support for solving user problems The MD8480C-SS122 software service contract is for HSDPA-related functions of the MD8480C. (These contracts also require the MD8480C-SS120/SS121 contracts. MD8480C-251∗3 This optional 2-year contract provides the following services for all system functions of the MD8480C. ∗3: Consumables not included USER WITH CONTRACT Supplies latest option key license Option Key License Certificate Supplies latest software by Web download Offers technical support Web download Technical support address Latest version development Latest software development Anritsu ∗2: For contract details. Warranty Service • 3-year Extended ∗4 MD8480C-ES310 This service extends the MD8480C standard 1-year warranty to 3 years. MD8480-C-SS125 This optional 1-year contract provides the following services for HSUPA functions. Hardware Maintenance Warranty Service • 2-year Extended ∗4 MD8480C-ES210 This service extends the MD8480C standard 1-year warranty to 2 years. MD8480C-151 This optional 1-year contract provides the following services for all system functions of the MD8480C • 3GPP Software upgrades and revisions • Technical support for solving user problems The MD8480C-SS150 software service contract is for all MD8480C systems software (W-CDMA/GSM/HSPA functions). <Recommended specifications> OS: Windows 2000/XP CPU: Pentium III (1. When it is installed in an external PC connected to the MD8480C by Ethernet cable. ) MD8480C-SS150. the MD8480C-SS125 contract is for HSDPA ciphering (MX848041C-10) related functions. MD8480C-SS123 This optional 1-year contract provides the following services for HSDPA functions. • 3GPP Software upgrades and revisions • Technical support for solving user problems The MD8480C-SS250 software service contract is for all MD8480C systems software (W-CDMA/GSM/HSPA functions).anritsu.173 to the MIS. the MD8480C-SS123 contract is for HSDPA ciphering (MX848041C-10) related functions. the MD8480C-SS121 contract is for ciphering (MX848041C/MX848045C) related functions. Headphone output connector.com . This option is valid for all W-CDMA/GSM/HSDPA/HSUPA functions of the MD8480C. the MD8480CSS251 contract is for MD8480C ciphering MX848041C/MX848045C) related functions. (These contracts also require the MD8480C-SS120/SS121 contracts. the MD8480CSS151 contract is for MD8480C ciphering (MX848041C/MX848045C) related functions. see the appended materials. • AMR-WB Function MX848062C-001 AMR-WB∗1 This option adds the ANSI-C code for the Adaptive Multi Rate Wideband (AMR-WB) speech codec (Release 6) specified in 3GPP TS26. See the appended materials for the contract details. ∗3: All options for MD8480C-SS120/SS121/SS122/SS123/SS124/SS125. • 3GPP Software upgrades and revisions • Technical support for user problems The MD8480C-SS124 software service contract is for HSUPA-related functions of the MD8480C.

2 + 32 kbps Multi call Voice + Packet Voice + ISDN 1B 12.5 ksps to 960 ksps 240 ksps × 15 code 30 ksps × 4 code 30 ksps 15 ksps 30 ksps 15 ksps • Coding Test Channels Logical CCCH/DCCH/DTCH RACH DCH DCCH/DTCH E-DCH∗2 – – Transport PRACH DPDCH DPCCH E-DPDCH∗2 E-DPCCH∗2 HS-DPCCH∗1 Physical Symbol Rate 15 ksps to 120 ksps 15 ksps to 960 ksps 15 ksps 15 ksps to 960 ksps × 4 code 15 ksps 15 ksps ∗1: MU848072C-01 HSDPA is required ∗2: MU848072C-02 HSUPA is required • Supported Services Service Protocol Voice (AMR) ISDN 1B Standalone DCCH 64 kbps 32 kbps Packet 64 kbps 128 kbps 384 kbps Audio and Visual 32 kbps 64 kbps DCCH 12.2 + 384 kbps 12.anritsu.com .2 kbps (VAD Opt.2 kbps Reference measurement channel 64 kbps 144 kbps 384 kbps BTFD 12.2 + 64 kbps 1xDPCH (15 ksps) Data Rate – 12.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Functions • Decoding Test Channels Logical BCCH BCH Transport P-CPICH – – S-CPICH AICH PICH PCCH CCCH/DCCH/DTCH MCCH/MSCH/MTCH PCH FACH DCH DCCH + DTCH HS-DSCH∗1 S-CCPCH DPDCH DPCCH HS-PDSCH∗1 HS-SCCH E-HICH∗2 – – – – E-AGCH∗2 E-RGCH∗2 F-DPCH 15 ksps to 480 ksps 15 ksps Physical P_CCPCH+P_SCH+S_SCH Symbol Rate 7.2 + 64 kbps 12. 01) Physical Channel Downlink (1 symbol = 2 bits) 1xDPCH (15 ksps) 1xDPCH (30 ksps) 1xDPCH (120 ksps) 1xDPCH (60 ksps) 1xDPCH (120 ksps) 1xDPCH (240 ksps) 1xDPCH (480 ksps) 1xDPCH (60 ksps) 1xDPCH (120 ksps) 1xDPCH (15 ksps) 1xDPCH (30 ksps) 1xDPCH (120 ksps) 1xDPCH (240 ksps) 1xDPCH (480 ksps) 1xDPCH (30 ksps) Physical Channel Uplink (1 symbol = 1 bit) 1xDPDCH (15 ksps) 1xDPDCH (60 ksps) 1xDPDCH (240 ksps) 1xDPDCH (120 ksps) 1xDPDCH (240 ksps) 1xDPDCH (480 ksps) 1xDPDCH (960 ksps) 1xDPDCH (120 ksps) 1xDPDCH (240 ksps) 1xDPDCH (15 ksps) 1xDPDCH (60 ksps) 1xDPDCH (240 ksps) 1xDPDCH (480 ksps) 1xDPDCH (960 ksps) 1xDPDCH (60 ksps) 1xDPDCH (240 ksps) 1xDPDCH (960 ksps) 1xDPDCH (240 ksps) 204 http://www.

1 dB steps ±1. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Electrical characteristics Reference oscillator Frequency resolution Maximum Tx channels Maximum Tx power Tx power setting range Level accuracy Modulation Chip rate Modulation band limit EVM Frequency resolution Receiver Input level range Modulation Ambient temperature (operating) Ambient temperature (storage) Others Power Dimensions and Mass EMC LVD Transmitter ∗1: With yellow "Uplink 350 MHz to 2700 MHz" label attached to MD8480C front panel. • GSM Specifications: MU848060C TDMA2 Frequency resolution Maximum Tx RF channel Transmitter (GSM) Maximum output power Tx power setting range Level accuracy Modulation Symbol rate Phase error (GMSK) EVM (8PSK) Receiver (GSM) Frequency resolution Input level range Modulation 100 kHz 2 ch∗1 Main: –15 dBm Downlink 1: 0 dBm∗1. referenced to 25˚C) External reference input: BNC type. 10 MHz. D: 16 kbps) Connector: 8 pin modular connector ISDN Basic rate interface (BRI) 3 Channels: 2B + D (B: 64 kbps. 10 MHz.com . ∗2: With MD8480C-04 Additional RF unit 3. VSWR: ≤2. Impedance: 50 Ω. ≤±1 × 10–7/year (referenced to 24 hours after power-on) Temperature: ≤±5 × 10–8 (0˚ to 40˚C. 50 Hz to 60 Hz.0˚ rms ≤7% rms 100 kHz Main: –30 to +35 dBm Uplink: –50 to +15 dBm GMSK. with option) Main: –25 dBm/ch Downlink 1: –10 dBm/ch Downlink 2: –10 dBm/ch Setting range: 0 to –120 dB from Tx power (by ATT) Resolution: 0.22) ≤7% rms (1 ch) 100 kHz Main: –30 to +40 dBm Uplink: –50 to +20 dBm BPSK.0 Frequency: 10 MHz Startup characteristics: ≤±5 × 10–8 (10 minutes after power-on.0 Uplink: SMA type. D: 16 kbps) Connector: 8 pin modular connector ISDN Basic rate interface (BRI) 2 Channels: 2B + D (B: 64 kbps. VSWR: ≤2. Units with no label are 350 MHz to 550 MHz. BRI 2 BRI 3 Serial Others Functions ∗1: Only when two MU848060C TDMA2 units installed ∗2: No GSM signal is output from this connector when only one TDMA2 unit is installed. ≤650 VA 426 (W) × 310 (H) × 500 (D) mm.anritsu. TTL level 100 kHz 30 ch (120 ch max. referenced to 24 hours after power-on) Aging rate: ≤±2 × 10–8/day.833 kHz ≤5. MD8480C-04 electrical and transmission characteristics same as above.84 MHz Root Nyquist roll off (α = 0.3 Downlink 1: SMA type. 8PSK (with MU848060C-01) • ISDN Specifications: MU848055C ISDN/CSD BRI 1 Electrical characteristics (interface and others) ISDN Basic rate interface (BRI) 1 Channels: 2B + D (B: 64 kbps. +20 dBm (Uplink connector) Main: N type. Impedance: 50 Ω. 2 to 5 Vp-p Reference output: BNC connector. ∗2 Downlink 2: 0 dBm Setting range: 0 to –120 dB from average Tx power (by ATT) Resolution: 0. 4PAM (with MX848001E-13) 0˚ to +40˚C –40˚ to +70˚C 100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC.0 Downlink 2∗2: SMA type. Impedance: 50 Ω.5 dB ≥–113 dBm (18˚ to 28˚C with calibrated CW) GMSK. 8PSK (with MU848060C-01) 270.5 dB ≥–113 dBm (18˚ to 28˚C with calibrated CW) QPSK. 700 MHz to 1100 MHz and 1400 MHz to 2200 MHz. VSWR: ≤1. Impedance: 50 Ω. ≤35 kg EN61326-1. 64QAM (with MX848001E-13) 3. D: 16 kbps) Connector: 8 pin modular connector RS-232C Standard serial interface Connector: 9 pin D-Sub connector Connection with ISDN terminals. 16QAM (with MU848072C-01).1 dB steps ≤1. 205 http://www. VSWR: ≤2.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications • MD8480C W-CDMA Signalling Tester Frequency range Maximum input level (total level) RF input/output connector Tx: 300 MHz to 3000 MHz Rx: 350 MHz to 2700 MHz∗1 +40 dBm (Main connector).

MX848041A-03. EFR.anritsu. MX848001C-11. MX848041E-13 or MX848041E-14 must be ordered when the unit/option is used with the MX848001A-01. ∗2: Package Support Option (supports all systems). MU848077C MU848051A MU848056A MU848071E MU848072E MU848072E No. MX848001A-03. MX848001A-06. MX848001A-02. MX848001E-13 or MX848000E-14.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Additional Unit/Option Selection Guide Minimum Configuration (including 1BTS) The unit options/quantities marked in the table below are required for each additional function. UL 16QAM (11 Mbps) MIMO (RF+Baseband) Tx Diversity (1 Antenna W-CDMA) Tx Diversity (2 Antenna W-CDMA) Tx Diversity (1 Antenna HSPA) Tx Diversity (2 Antenna HSPA) Ciphering (HSDPA/HSUPA) Ciphering (GSM/ GPRS) Router Connection (W-CDMA) Router Connection (GPRS) Message Encoder/ Decoder (W-CDMA) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 20 MIMO (RF) 21 22 23 24 25 26 Ciphering (W-CDMA) 27 28 29 30 31 32 CSD (W-CDMA) 33 CSD (GSM) 34 GSM Frequency Hopping 35 Dual Transfer Mode (DTM) Voice Codec 36 (AMR-NB. MX848041C-12. ∗3: Software CD-ROM including latest firmwares and documents. MX848001A-07. MX848001C-12. MD8480C-SS123. MX848041A-02. and MD8480C-SS125. MX848041A-07. MD8480C-SS121.com . MD8480C-SS124. HR) Voice Codec 37 (AMR-WB) 38 Support Service (W-CDMA/GSM) 39 Support Service (HSDPA) 40 Support Service (HSUPA) Your Choice ∗1: The MX848041A-01. MD8480C-SS122. FR. MX848041C-11. Additional Function MD8480C 206 MX848041E-10 MX848041E∗1 Z1190A http://www. ∗4: The Web Access Key (MC0011A) is for downloading the latest firmware and documents from the Anritsu download website. MX848001C-30. MX848001A-05. MX848041A-04. MX848041A-05. CS Voice over HSPA etc) DL 64QAM (21 Mbps). MX848001A-04.WCDMA) Inter System Handover (GSM/GPRS) Inter System Handover (GSM/GPRS/EGPRS) Intra-System Handover (GSM/GPRS/EGPRS) Baseband Interface (W-CDMA) HSPA Evolution (CPC. MX848041A-06. MX848041C-30. Hardware Options Software Options MX848062C-001 Software Support Contract MX848045C∗1 MD8480C-SS120 MD8480C-SS121 MD8480C-SS122 MD8480C-SS123 MD8480C-SS124 MD8480C-SS125 MD8480C-SS150∗2 MD8480C-SS151∗2 MD8480C-SS250∗2 MD8480C-SS251∗2 Z1217A∗3 Z1218A∗3 MC0011A∗4 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 3 2 3 4 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1∗1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1∗1 1 1∗1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1∗2 1∗2 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1∗2 1∗2 1∗2 1∗2 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗2 1∗2 1∗3 1∗4 1∗2 1∗2 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗2 1∗2 1∗3 1∗4 1∗2 1∗2 1∗3 1∗4 1∗2 1∗2 1∗3 1∗4 1∗2 1∗2 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗2 1∗2 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗3 1∗4 1∗2 1∗2 1∗3 1∗4 MU848072C-01 MU848072C-02 MU848060C-01 MD8480C-04 MX848001A-01 MX848041A-01 MX848001C-11 MX848041C-11 MX848001A-02 MX848041A-02 MX848001A-03 MX848041A-03 MX848001A-04 MX848041A-04 MX848001A-05 MX848041A-05 MX848001A-06 MX848041A-06 MX848001A-07 MX848041A-07 MX848001C-30 MX848041C-30 MX848001C-12 MX848041C-12 MX848001E-13 MX848041E-13 MX848001E-14 MX848041E-14 MX848062C MU848073C MU848060C MU848055C 1 W-CDMA 1BTS 2 2BTS Soft Handover (W-CDMA) 3 3BTS Soft Handover (W-CDMA) 4 4BTS Soft Handover (W-CDMA) 5 HSDPA 1BTS 6 2BTS Soft Handover (HSDPA) 7 3BTS Soft Handover (HSDPA) 8 4BTS Soft Handover (HSDPA) 9 HSUPA 1BTS 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2BTS Soft Handover (HSUPA) 3BTS Soft Handover (HSUPA) 4BTS Soft Handover (HSUPA) Hard Handover (WCDMA . This option integrates the MD8480C-SS120.

and updates MU848072C → MU848072C1) TDMA2 Upgrade (changes MU848060B → MD848060C. 2RF. 1RF) MD8480B to HSPA Evolution Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480A/B to MD8480C Main frame for HSPA Evolution. 1. for Asia Oceania) MD8480B to HSPA Evolution Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480C to E type for HSPA Evolution.com . The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. for connecting MU848077C Digital IQ I/O-User Board.anritsu.5 m): Fuse.) Coaxial Cord. for Asia Oceania) MD8480C Baseband Interface (adds MU848077C. 1. 1RF) MD8480B to HSPA Evolution Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480C to E type for HSPA Evolution. for Asia Oceania) TDMA2 Upgrade (changes MU848060B → MD848060C) Continued on next page 10 pcs J1306 J1307 J0127A T0004 MU848055C MU848060C MU848060C-01 MU848072E MU848072C-01 MU848072C-02 MU848072C-40 MU848077C MD8480C-04 MX848001A-01 MX848001A-02 MX848001A-03 MX848001A-04 MX848001A-05 MX848001A-06 MX848001A-07 MX848001C-11 MX848001C-12 MX848001E-13 MX848001E-14 MX848001C-30 MX848041E MX848041A-01 MX848041A-02 MX848041A-03 MX848041A-04 MX848041A-05 MX848041A-06 MX848041A-07 MX848041E-10 MX848041C-11 MX848041C-12 MX848041E-13 MX848041E-14 MX848041C-30 MX848045C MX848062C MX848062C-001 MU848077C Standard accessories Monitor Cable 68 [VHDCI-68P · DX30-50P. 2RF) MD8480B to MD8480C Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480A/B to MD8480C Main frame.0 m (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P): Serial Interface Cable (IBM-PC/AT. name and quantity when ordering. 2RF. 1RF. for Asia Oceania) BTS Evolution Upgrade (upgrade additional BTS MU848058A/72C/C1 to MU848072E) MD8480C Baseband Interface (adds MU848077C. MD8480C MU848051A MU848056A MU848071E MU848072E MU848073C Z1190A J0491 J1251 J0127A J0576B J0654A J1006 F0111 T0001 T0002 G0091 A0058A A0010 Name Main frame W-CDMA Signalling Tester Standard unit (incorporated in main frame) CPU Voice Codec L2 Evolution BTS Evolution Timing Generator (1. and executing self-diagnostic loopback test. for Asia Oceania) MD8480B to MD8480C Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480A/B to MD8480C Main frame. for Asia Oceania) MD8480B to HSPA Evolution Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480C to E type for HSPA Evolution.slot type) MD8480C 1st RF Unit 3 Standard accessories Shield Power Cord (13 A): Cable (Twisted-pair. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. license document) Multimedia Interface Software (license document) AMR-WB (license document) 207 http://www.0 m (BNC-P · ERG58A/U · BNC-P): Coaxial Cord. 2RF. cross over): Coaxial Cord. for remote control): Monitor Cable (20/50-pin 0. for Asia Oceania) MD8480B to HSPA Evolution Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480A/B to MD8480C Main frame for HSPA Evolution.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. 2RF) BTS Evolution Upgrade (upgrade additional BTS MU848058A/72C/C1 to MU848072E. 2RF) MD8480B to HSPA Evolution Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480C to E type for HSPA Evolution. 1 m (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P) Ferrite Core (SFC-5) Hardware options ISDN/CSD TDMA2 EGPRS (R99) BTS Evolution HSDPA HSUPA MF6900 Interface Baseband Interface Unit Additional RF Unit 3 Software options W-CDMA Signalling Tester Tx Diversity (license document) W-CDMA Signalling Tester Compressed Mode (license document) W-CDMA Signalling Tester Router Connection (license document) W-CDMA Signalling Tester GSM CSD (license document) W-CDMA Signalling Tester GSM Frequency Hopping (license document) W-CDMA Signalling Tester W-CDMA CSD (license document) Message Encoder/Decoder (license document) HSDPA Tx Diversity (license document) HSPA Evolution (Release 7) (license document) Higher Order Modulation (Release 7) (license document) 2 × 2 MIMO (Release 7) (license document) DTM (R99) (license document) Firmware for Ciphering (CD-ROM. and updates MU848072C → MU848072C1. for Asia Oceania) MD8480B to MD8480C Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480A/B to MD8480C Main frame. 1RF) MD8480B to MD8480C Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480A/B to MD8480C Main frame. 1RF. license document) Tx Diversity for Ciphering (license document) Compressed Mode for Ciphering (license document) Router Connection for Ciphering (license document) GSM CSD for Ciphering (license document) GSM Frequency Hopping for Ciphering (license document) W-CDMA CSD for Ciphering (license document) Message Encoder/Decoder for Ciphering (license document) HSDPA Ciphering (license document) HSDPA Tx Diversity for Ciphering (license document) HSPA Evolution (Release 7) for Ciphering (license document) Higher Order Modulation (Release 7) for Ciphering (license document) 2 × 2 MIMO (Release 7) for Ciphering (license document) DTM (R99) for Ciphering (license document) GSM/GPRS 2 Ciphering (CD-ROM. for connecting BTS Unit Monitor (LVCMOS)-MU848077C Monitor Input] Digital I/Q Cable (DX30-50P · DX30-50P. 1RF. for Asia Oceania) MD8480B to HSPA Evolution Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480A/B to MD8480C Main frame for HSPA Evolution. Z1217A Z1218A MD8480C-SS120 MD8480C-SS121 MD8480C-SS122 MD8480C-SS123 MD8480C-SS124 MD8480C-SS125 MD8480C-SS150 MD8480C-SS151 MD8480C-SS250 MD8480C-SS251 MC0011A MD8480C-ES210 MD8480C-ES310 MD8480C-ES510 Z1181A Z1181B Z1182A Z1182B Z1183A Z1183B Z1184A Z1184B Z1185A Z1185B Z1186A Z1186B Z1187A Z1188A Z0772 Z0807 Z0903A Z0913A Name Software CD-ROM MD8480C Software CD-ROM (CD-ROM) MD8480C Software CD-ROM with Ciphering (CD-ROM) Software support service 1-year Support Service (W-CDMA/GSM) (license document) 1-year Support Service Ciphering (W-CDMA/GSM) (license document) 1-year Support Service (HSDPA) (license document) 1-year Support Service Ciphering (HSDPA) (license document) 1-year Support Service (HSUPA) (license document) 1-year Support Service Ciphering (HSUPA) (license document) 1-year Support Service (W/G/HSPA) (license document) 1-year Support Service Ciphering (W/G/HSPA) (license document) 2-year Support Service (W/G/HSPA) (license document) 2-year Support Service Ciphering (W/G/HSPA) (license document) Web Access Key (USB Dongle for online software download) Hardware extended warranty service Extended Warranty Service (extended 2-year hardware warranty) Extended Warranty Service (extended 3-year hardware warranty) Extended Warranty Service (extended 5-year hardware warranty) Hardware retrofit option MD8480B to HSPA Evolution Mainframe Upgrade (upgrade MD8480A/B to MD8480C Main frame for HSPA Evolution. 15 A: Ferrite Core: Ferrite Core: Monitor Board: Handset: Blank Board (quantity varies with product configuration): 1 pc 1 pc 1 pc 1 pc 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 pc pc pc pcs pc pc pc Model/Order No. Model/Order No.

MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Model/Order No.5 m) IMT-2000 UE Connection Cable (SMA · MQ198-10S-CV. .3 m) W-CDMA Interface Cable (SMA · Cable for UE Connection. 1.6 GHz min. J1159A J1176 J1263 J1264 J0658 J1308 J1419A J1310 J1420 J0127A P0019 P0035B Name Application parts Coaxial Cord (SMA · MQ198-10S-CV. USB) N-SMA Adaptor Adaptor (SMA. Windows®.0. Visual Studio® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. different authentication key from P0019) MD8480C requires PC∗1 and Microsoft Visual C++ Version 6.NET or Visual Studio 2005∗2. • Pentium® is registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries 208 http://www. 1. ∗1: The PC is for controlling the MD8480C.0.5 m (for connecting ELEKTROBIT PROPSim C2/C8) VStation Cable (for connecting Mentor Graphics VStation) Palladium Cable (for connecting Cadence Design Systems Palladium) Coaxial Cord. 0. CD/DVD-ROM drive ∗2: Microsoft Visual C++ Version 6.com . Interfaces: RS-232C. 10BASE-T/100BASE-Tx.NET or Visual Studio 2005 is the standard edition. L-type) Monitor I/Q Cable [DX50-80P · DX50-80P. Visual C++®. 1 m (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P. Ethernet. . for extending Ref. for connecting G0091 monitor board (G0091 also supports use of J1006)] Fading Simulator Cable. • Microsoft®. Memory: 512 MB min. It must meet the following specifications: OS: Windows 2000 (SP4)/XP (SP2) CPU: Pentium 4 1.anritsu. connection) TEST USIM001 (for W-CDMA) W-CDMA/GSM Test USIM (for W-CDMA/GSM.

In addition. PTS execute TTCN test cases through which can be defined: • Sequences of Layer 3 messages and expected responses • Layer 3 to Layer 2 service primitives to trigger specific Layer 2 procedures. PTS Core Software Evolution with 3GPP Features • W-CDMA protocol test capability including HSPA • 3GPP standard compliant development tool • Common user interface across Anritsu development tools • InterRAT capability for 2G/3G testing • Environment supporting TTCN (Tree and Tabular Combined Notation) test case execution • TTCN test libraries for development. or to configure Layer 2 operation • Layer 3 to Layer 1 service primitives to configure and initiate Layer 1 operation • Service primitives to and from user provided code modules for User Equipment (UE) control The ATS Manager provides a user interface that allows configuration of the PTS. PTS have been developed to provide the test support today’s research and development engineers need to successfully meet demanding performance and time to market targets.5G Terminals An application-programming interface (API) to enable user generated “C” language test scenarios to be executed is available for the PTS.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS PROTOCOL TEST SYSTEM (PTS) PROTOCOL CONFORMANCE TEST TOOLKIT MX785201A MX785220A Developing and Proving 3G and 3. launch of the test sequencer tool to select and execute pre-prepared Layer 3 and Layer 2 test procedures and browsing of the results from executing the test procedures using the Protocol Analyzer. • ATS Manager PTS The PTS software is combined with the MD8480C W-CDMA Signalling Tester to make a system providing an environment to exercise Layer 3 and Layer 2 signalling protocols defined within the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). PTS provides common user interface. supports inter-system handover between GSM to W-CDMA. System Overview ATS Manager Web Server Protocol Analyzer National Instruments TestStand™ PTS Core Framework Results database Executable Test Suite SUT Control Application Logger C – API RLC MD8480C MAC PHY RF UE User Application The MX785201A PTS (Protocol Test System) is a verification tool for 3G wireless products.com . integration and conformance testing The capability of PTS continue to evolve and additional capabilities are added in-line with the changing 3GPP specifications. enabling Soft and Hard handover. GPRS to W-CDMA. The PTS software component runs on a Windows 2000/Xp PC. In addition. and vice versa. 209 http://www.108.anritsu. the PTS supports the Layer 1 and Layer 2 parameter sets defined in the 3GPP specification TS34. Supports multiple 3G cells. thus reducing operator learning time as development progresses and migrates over the range of Anritsu’s 3G development tools.

• RLC and MAC RLC and MAC layers conforming to the 3GPP specifications TS25. • Layer 1 The PTS provides a physical Layer 1 through the MD8480C that can communicate with a terminal. • Logger and Results Database The logger captures data from the majority of components in the system and stores it in the results database. They provide a step by step test approach to prove functionality in a UE. The PTS Integration Library provides TTCN test cases in both executable and source code form.g.com . Test Libraries • C-API • Integration Library As an alternative language to develop Layer 3 and Layer 2 test procedures. The PTS has been developed to work with the Telelogic Tau TTCN Test Suite.anritsu.. ISDN. 210 http://www. The toolkits includes: • GCF/PTCRB Approved Test Cases • GCF/PTCRB Approved PTS Software Release • RFI Certificate of GCF/PTCRB Approvals • Product Release Notes • Operations and Installation Manuals • GCF/PTCRB Current Exceptions/Issues • Test Time Estimates • Copy of GCF/PTCRB Approval Submission Documentation The annual support contract provides an update following each quarterly GCF (Global Certification Forum) CAG approval meeting. • Codec The ETS is supported by a codec capable of encoding and decoding Radio Resource Control (RRC). RRC connection. • Thin RRC A thin RRC is provided to load NAS messages into RRC direct transfer messages and unload NAS messages from RRC direct transfer messages transparently. Raw captured data is displayed in hexadecimal format. These messages are decoded to show the name and content of each field and displayed using the Protocol Analyzer. • Terminal Equipment (TE) The TE is an optional software component available as part of the MD8480C in the PTS. The Integration Library provides a proven set of TTCN test scripts that have been tested on real terminals. location update.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Protocol Analyzer All Layer 3.322 Radio Link Control Protocol Specification and TS25. IP and PPP. voice call. It supports a number of features including voice AMR 12. The TestStand development system is used to create test sequences. • National Instruments TestStand The PTS uses the National Instruments TestStand run-time engine as a high level sequencing tool. Non Access Stratum (NAS) and lower layer configuration data. standardized interface to TTCN based executable test suites. • SUT Control Application The PTS framework provides an API to support test automation using standard AT commands and an MMI interface to automatically control the UE.) and provide a straightforward method for testing of terminals during the integration process. Created TTCN tests are compiled to an Executable Test Suite (ETS) which interfaces to the PTS via the GCI management interface and the GCI operational interface. These test cases take the user through specific milestones (e. The GCI framework provided by the PTS provides support for a number of Test Suite Operations (TSOs) and also Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS/PIXIT). • GCF/PTCRB Conformance Test Toolkits These packages are designed for formal UE validation and preconformance testing of the GCF/PTCRB Work Items. These provide an open. The test procedures are 3GPP compliant and are designed to be customized to the particular needs of an Integration Environment. allowing the more experienced user to make changes to the parameters in order to test more specific details of the terminal design. • Executable Test Suite Layer 3 and Layer 2 test cases are implemented using TTCN.2k Codec. etc. Please see separate datasheet for MX785220A Conformance Test Toolkits for further details. This data is used by the protocol analyzer to create message sequence charts and display decoded messages. Conformance Testing Anritsu offers a range of solutions designed to meet specific customer requirements for UE protocol conformance testing based on the 3GPP standards. a 'C' based Application Programmer's Interface (C-API) is included in the form of a DLL. Layer 2 and Layer 1 message exchanges between the PTS and the System Under Test are logged.321 Medium Access Control Specification are supplied as part of MD8480C.

123 Toolkit VII Coverage for TS34. Key features include multiple primary and secondary PDP contexts with single UE support.com . TestStand™ is a trademark of National Instruments™ Corporation. Finally. • MX786201A-43 Full RTD Option for Existing PTS License The Rapid Test Designer (RTD) Option provides a quick and easy method of developing test cases to run on the PTS. the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. TestStand™ Copyright © 2000. MX785201A MX785201A-10 MX785201A-11 MX785201A-12 MX785201A-14 MX785201A-35 MX785201A-40 MX785201A-41 MX785201A-42 MX786201A-43 MX785201A-31 MX785201A-01 MX785201A-20 MX785201A-21 MX785201A-23 Name Main frame Protocol Test System Core Software Options Multi-Cell Capability (SHO) Multi-Cell (Inter frequency) Capability (HHO) Multi-RAT (FDD/GSM) Capability Multiple MD8480 Support TS34. Copyright © 1999.org/). The IP Driver Option allows data and application testing to be performed in virtually any signaling environment or scenario using automated tests controlled via TTCN running on the PTS. The tool also provides interactive error checking on the procedures and parameters and will pick up many potential problems and mistakes made during test design.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Options Available • MX785X01A-42 IP Driver Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. FLEXlm™ is a trademark of Macrovision™ Corporation.anritsu. It provides a graphical. This standard version of PERL™ is provided "as is" and without any express or implied warranties. The IP Driver provides access to User-Plane packet data and routes that data through a PC onto a conventional data network. All rights reserved. Model/Order No.apache. All rights reserved.123 Toolkit for GCF WI-010 for GCF WI-012 for GCF WI-013 for GCF WI-014 for GCF WI-024 for GCF WI-025 for GCF WI-047 for GCF WI-049 MX785220A MX785220A-01 MX785220A-02 MX785220A-03 MX785220A-04 MX785220A-05 MX785220A-06 MX785220A-07 MX785220A-08 MX785220A-09 MX785220A-10 MX785220A-12 MX785220A-13 MX785220A-14 MX785220A-24 MX785220A-25 MX785220A-47 MX785220A-49 PERL™ This product includes a standard version of PERL (http://www.123 Conformance Test USIM Ciphering OCNS IP Driver Full RTD Option for Existing PTS License Libraries TTCN Integration Library Source Code Support National Instruments TestStand Software Update and Maintenance Contract Training Course (2 days) Installation and Commissioning (1 day) Conformance Test Toolkit options Main frame Protocol Conformance Test Toolkit Core Software Band options Frequency Band Frequency Band Frequency Band Frequency Band Frequency Band Frequency Band Frequency Band Frequency Band Frequency Band I Coverage for TS34. All rights reserved. Traffic Flow Templates routing for secondary context is also supported.123 Toolkit IX Coverage for TS34. (http://www. Copyright © 1995-1999 The Apache Group. 2003 Macrovision Corporation. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. 2001 National Instruments™ Corporation. the RTD provides one click. 211 http://www. The RTD’s procedural building blocks are integrated with an expert system that guides the user through the complexity of the 3GPP protocols when setting the parameters for a particular test.123 Toolkit VI Coverage for TS34. including. This allows the test creator to focus on specific problem areas using his knowledge of 3GPP networks rather than test concepts. point and click interface to a broad library of procedural building blocks that can be placed on the screen to assemble more complex tests.org). and elemental functions that allow the testing of detailed behaviour. Apache™ This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation.macrovision. All rights reserved.123 Toolkit III Coverage for TS34. All rights reserved. Copyright © 2000. FLEXlm™ Copyright © 2002. Trademark Acknowledgements Telelogic Tau™ is a trademark of Telelogic™ AB.123 Toolkit IV Coverage for TS34. Anritsu provides comprehensive catalogues of common network settings that can be used to quickly produce working test scenarios. instant execution with no test case build or compilation phase necessary to enable very effective and efficient development of test case libraries for a wide variety of purposes.perl. 2000 GLOBEtrotter Software Inc. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.123 Toolkit V Coverage for TS34. name and quantity when ordering. The library contains composite functions that move the UE into a desired state to start the test. All protocols run over IPv4 and fully flexible IP address allocation is supported. without limitation. The Apache Software Foundation.123 Toolkit II Coverage for TS34.123 Toolkit VIII Coverage for TS34. Work Item options Conformance Test Cases (Work Item 010) Conformance Test Cases (Work Item 012) Conformance Test Cases (Work Item 013) Conformance Test Cases (Work Item 014) Conformance Test Cases (Work Item 024) Conformance Test Cases (Work Item 025) Conformance Test Cases (Work Item 047) Conformance Test Cases (Work Item 049) MX785220A-20 Support Annual Software update and Maintenance Contract Note that libraries and options require the underlying core functionality to be present to function fully. (http://www.com/).

Anritsu provides catalogues of common network settings that can be used to produce test scenarios that work “out of the box. Users can also create interactive tests that use the content of messages or the behavior of the equipment under test to determine the flow of the test. both EFR and AMR traffic channels are supported. RRC state transitions. or have a detailed knowledge of how to drive the system simulator. This revolutionary test tool hides much of the complexity of testing 3GPP protocols and allows the user to concentrate on testing specific functions and protocols within the UE without having to be an expert on all the protocol layers. This allows the test creator to focus on specific problem areas using knowledge of 3GPP networks rather than test concepts. including to and from GSM (circuit switched) and GPRS (packet switched). together with a number of optional components that allow the RTD to easily support specialized testing activities. Test Analysis. InterRAT selections and reselections and InterRAT handovers. This provides a new way of testing UEs that combines the best features of script based and network emulator based testing methodologies. Finally. Because of the intuitive graphical interface.2 kbps and PS data rates including HSPA with the appropriate MD8480C. The procedure library contains many standard procedures that can be used as they are or with minor changes to parameters to guide the UE into the desired test state. compressed mode. timers. coupled with an expert system that guides the user through the complexity of the 3GPP protocols. executed and analyzed.75 kbps to 12. Support is provided for soft & hard handovers. Each procedure includes associated system simulator configuration. The RTD presents an intuitive and interactive graphical environment for designing test cases. and appropriate parameters. The RTD system is built upon Anritsu’s many years of experience in testing 3GPP protocols with the leading UE vendors and operators. It provides a graphical interface to a broad library of procedural building blocks that can be placed on the screen to assemble the tests. users do not need to learn a specialist test language. instant execution with no test case build or compilation phase necessary to enable very effective and efficient development of test case libraries for a wide variety of purposes: The RTD has been designed to support the iterative test process. A tool providing the ability for a user to define a custom radio bearer means that the RTD can also be used in a development laboratory for sophisticated RAB creation. the RTD provides support for a set of procedures similar to those defined in 3GPP standards. The RTD system consists of a PC running a Windows operating system. Test Execution and Results Analysis.108 RABs are supported with CS AMR rates from 4. For GSM voice calls. Users can also create their own set of defined procedures and watch points for key variables to speed up the development and debugging of test cases. The tool also provides interactive error checking on procedures and parameters that will pick up many potential problems and mistakes as early as possible during test design. which cycles between Design. connected to the Anritsu MD8480C W-CDMA Signalling Tester (system simulator). The RTD consists of a set of core tools designed to support this process.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS RAPID TEST DESIGNER (RTD) MX786201A Development and Testing of 3G and 3. giving broad coverage of the various Layer 3 signalling protocols.anritsu. Test Analysis. the RTD provides one click. A wide selection of 34.com .” or as a starting point for customer specific configurations. The RTD is also available as an upgrade for existing users of Anritsu’s MD8480C W-CDMA Signalling Tester and MX785201 PTS products. There is also a reference library with a selection of tests that can be used as the basis for user tests.5G Terminals The RTD has an integrated Protocol Analyzer to show the decoded results of the message exchanges between the RTD system and the UE under test. The building blocks can be configured through the setting of parameters. Test Execution and Results Analysis http://www. radio bearer reconfigurations. In addition to test and system simulator control procedures. which cycles between Design. RTD Overview The MX786201A Rapid Test Designer (RTD) is a revolutionary new tool which speeds up the testing of UMTS terminals significantly by greatly simplifying the way in which tests are created. • Acceptance Testing • Integration Testing • Interoperability Testing • Generating variants • Application Testing • Regression Testing • Pre-conformance Testing • Prototyping Testing • Hardware and Software Integration • Software Development 212 The Iterative test process.

Intersystem Handover To UTRAN. which enables procedures that handle responses or events from the UE to make decisions based upon the content of the messages received. Acknowledge. • Modify particular parameters of a procedure from defaults. Delays. NAS MM Procedures – includes location updating and authentication procedures. Immediate Assignment and Reject. Reconfiguration. RRC Handover from UTRAN Command. RRC Radio Bearer Release and Complete.e. RRC Physical Channel Reconfiguration and Complete. Setup Complete. Reject. The RTD provides “Drag and Drop” selection of procedures. Supplementary Services Procedures – include the facilities and release to and from the UE Tx Diversity Procedures – includes the configuration. RRC Signalling Connection Release Indication. retrieve and status of UE. and store a detailed log of the test run for later use. power and frequencies). Channel Release and Disconnect. RTD – An Integrated Development Environment for UE Testing Procedures In addition to test control and system simulator control procedures. Assignment Command and Complete. Reconfiguration Complete. alternately re-use sets of parameters from a userdefined catalogue. NAS SM Procedures – includes activation. displaying a message sequence chart as the test progresses. System Simulator Procedures – used to configure and re-configure the System Simulator including the settings in each cell (i. RR Status. Interactive dialogs and Free form notes to construct a test. RRC Paging 1 and 2. RRC Radio Bearer Setup. • Run the User Test on the MD8480C. GMM information. detach and routing area update request. Omitted values and “don’t cares” are also supported). Paging Request Type 1. NAS GMM Procedures – includes GPRS attach. There are also Loops. Authentication and Ciphering procedures. RRC Transport Channel Reconfiguration.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Tools within the RTD The RTD provides the ability to: • Create and modify a “User Test” by selecting “procedure” blocks from a procedure picker panel in the RTD Tool and dropping and linking them onto a graphical canvas. as required. UE Capability Information and Confirmation.com .anritsu. Parameter Editor The Parameter Editor allows the user to parameterize procedures and provides the following features: • Guidance on suitable catalogue entries for a procedure • Modification of the catalogue entries to be used • Ability to override values selected from catalogue entries • Ability to revert parameter values back to original catalogue based configuration • Type and range validation of parameters • Matching of incoming messages. ultimately. Also includes hold. accept. the RTD provides support for a set of procedures similar to those defined in 3GPP standards. including waiting for events. RRC Security Mode Command and Complete. The procedures are divided into the following groups: • Controls • System Simulator Procedures • NAS SM Procedures • NAS CC Procedures • NAS MM Procedures • NAS GMM Procedures • RR Procedures • RRC Procedures • SMS Procedures • Supplementary Services Procedures • Tx Diversity Procedures Controls – these include Start. (The test can branch on specific content of individual information elements within the message. setup and release for Tx Diversity. Addition/ deletion of graphical test constructs. Setup. view the test result using the RTD Protocol Analyzer to show the detailed message sequence and view the contents of individual messages. • Check that the test and parameters selected make sense (“analyze” the test). Setup Complete. SMS Procedures – includes CP ACK. Error and Data to and from UE. RRC Counter Check and Response. 213 http://www. • Analyze the test result using the criteria editor to select result logs that display particular characteristics. RR Procedures – includes Channel Request. Reconfiguration Complete. RRC Connection Release and Complete. RRC Measurement Control Report and Failure. RRC Status. PTMSI reallocation. guidance on available procedures suitable at any point in the test. complete and reject. connection. status and identity. modification and de-activation of a PDP context. group selection as well as Online help for the procedures and links to the relevant 3GPP standards. End. Graphical Test Case Editor As well as being able to construct tests using the procedures from the library the tool includes the ability to create user defined compound procedures to simplify the way tests look and are created. RR Cell Change Order. NAS CC Procedures – includes alerting. acknowledgement and modification of standard and emergency calls. RRC UE Capability Enquiry. Channel Mode Modify. RRC Procedures – includes RRC Connection Request. reject. loops and branches for logical test development. Handover Complete and Failure. then.

This allows UEs to be evaluated in a laboratory environment before deployment on the network.com . Where possible UEs will be selected to work in harmony with the network. the UEs chosen to perform specific applications must also provide a reliable and friendly user experience. • InterRAT handover. • Simple location tests and circuit switched lifecycle tests that exercise the basic call processes of a UE with AMR and EFR calls. making use of the knowledge base it has built up with the evolution of the 3GPP specifications and UE developments. Libraries are available for the RTD with comprehensive test scenarios that have been requested by Network operators to simulate their networks and competitive networks. • Basic packet switched calls allowing GSM and UMTS packet calls at different data rates. the RTD provides an environment that can simulate many different types of network and scenarios that might occur on a network.anritsu. IOT and Custom Libraries To maximize revenue. Anritsu is also able to provide custom libraries to users. type and range validation of a message Tests included in the Reference Library include: • Utility Tests allowing information to be gathered from the UE such as IMEI and IMSI. Although a great deal of testing is done in the field. The benefits are: • Tests have been proven on certified terminals • Tests can be used as a basis for custom tests • The Library provides a basis for a complete test suite. As well as aesthetics. Network Operators must ensure that UEs stay on their own network or preferred roaming partners' networks and perform better than their competitors. Idle mode and reselection tests.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Creating and annotating a complex multi-path test in the Graphical Test Case Editor Test Analysis Checks the test for simple errors and provides the following features: • Correct procedure connectivity checking • Parameterization completeness checking • Parameter validation • Warnings and error reports linked to the test Message Editor The Message Editor allows editing of air interface messages and System Simulator configuration messages that are to be sent by a procedure and provides the following features: • Editing of message values • Reverting messages back to their default values • Collapsible tree presentation of the test • Element name and type display • Node highlighting • Structure. 214 http://www. Reference Library A comprehensive selection of reference tests are included with the RTD allowing the user to quickly become familiar with the capability of the tool. These tests are annotated enabling easy identification of logical and functional blocks so that they may be re-used by “cutting and pasting” into a new test.

which logs all Layer 3. and displayed using the RTD Protocol Analyzer. the exact functionality in the product at any specific moment of time is subject to change. For full details of the exact functionality currently available and planned.anritsu.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Test Criteria Analyzer for fast. the content of incoming messages and the time between significant events.anritsu. the RTD uses the logs generated to match the criteria specified against the actual test performance and report on the success or failure of each criterion. The Catalogue Manager is used to manipulate and maintain entries. high level analysis and Protocol Analyzer for detailed analysis of test logs • Direct launch to test results from within the RTD • Message Sequence Charts of test runs • Full and collapsible sequence views at procedure level. During execution. The RTD Protocol Analyzer also provides: 215 http://www. a progress log from the test being run is displayed in a status window. with pre and post filtering of log files • Display of test message contents sent or received by the RTD • Naming and displaying of protocol layer information elements at Layer 1. 2. specification and roadmap documents. For the latest information about the RTD. the user can edit parameters (these changes are picked up by the test case dynamically) or cancel execution. As the RTD is continuously tracking the 3GPP standards and is being updated regularly. These messages are decoded to show the name and content of each field. and progress through the test is shown graphically by highlighting the blocks as they execute in a different colour. please contact your local Anritsu Sales office to request the RTD data sheet. Getting the Latest RTD Information Test Execution Engine RTD tests can be run immediately after they have been checked for simple errors (Analyzed). Test criteria are defined as the route taken through the procedures making up an RTD test. After running a test. and the test is run directly from within the integrated environment.com . The Archive Manager is provided to allow the user to manipulate tests within the archives.1 values in the tree structure based Parameter Editor Test Archive Manager RTD stores tests in test archives. This also allows new criteria to be defined and quickly checked against old test results. Entries can also be stored into the catalogue when editing a test. The catalogues provide a convenient way of managing sets of parameters that are used frequently. Layer 2 and Layer 1 message exchanges between the RTD and the System Under Test. Test Criteria Editor and Analyzer Catalogue Manager RTD defines the success or failure of a test execution at a high level by the means of test criteria. At any time during execution. please visit the Anritsu website (www. and 3 • Textual display of enumerated field values • Decoding and displaying of MIB/SIB embedded bit strings • Collapsible tree presentation of message contents • Open Protocol Data Units in separate windows for ease of comparison • Timestamps against individual messages • Management of test log archives Easy to understand and change ASN. No compilation is necessary. Test Log (Protocol) Analyzer The RTD has an integrated protocol analyzer.com).

com .MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.anritsu. name and quantity when ordering. Model/Order No. 12 months) AT&T IOT Library Package 1 (For RTD) AT&T IOT Library Package 2 (For RTD) AT&T IOT Library Package 3 (For RTD) AT&T IOT Library Package 4 (For RTD) AT&T IOT Library Package 5 (For RTD) AT&T IOT Library Package 6 (For RTD) TMO USA Library Options T-Mobile USA UMTS Protocol Library (Subscription. 12 months) T-Mobile USA UMTS Protocol Library Package 1 T-Mobile USA UMTS Protocol Library Package 2 T-Mobile USA UMTS Protocol Library Package 3 (For RTD) T-Mobile USA UMTS Protocol Library Package 4 (For RTD) T-Mobile USA UMTS Protocol Library Package 5 (For RTD) Support Software Update and Maintenance Contract Training Course (2 days) Premium Support Installation & Commissioning Training Course (5 days) 216 http://www. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. MX786201A MX786201A-12 MX786201A-14 MX786201A-40 MX786201A-45 MX786201A-46 MX786201A-47 MX786201A-100 MX786201A-101 MX786201A-102 MX786201A-103 MX786201A-104 MX786201A-105 MX786201A-106 MX786201A-200 MX786201A-201 MX786201A-202 MX786201A-203 MX786201A-204 MX786201A-205 MX786201A-20 MX786201A-21 MX786201A-22 MX786201A-23 MX786201A-24 Name Main frame Rapid Test Designer (RTD) Options Multi-RAT FDD/GSM Capability Multiple MD8480 Support Ciphering RTD Test Creation and Editing Tools RTD Run Time Engine 1x RTD Run Time and 3x RTD Editors AT&T Library Options AT&T IOT Library (Subscription Option for RTD.

0 standard of the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA).) SUPL Function Evaluation • 2G/3G Terminal A-GPS Function Tests. SUPL*2 A-GPS is being widely adopted to receive global positioning services using packet data.0 SSL/TLS: IETF RFC 2246 The TLS Protocol v1. Middleware. OMA SUPL v1. Anritsu's MX848600A SUPL Simulation Server is a software package for performing tests meeting the SUPL v1. more mobile manufacturers are now linking GPS signals with mobile networks by incorporating high-accuracy A-GPS*1 positioning functions into their terminals. Described in Scenario • OMA SUPL v1.031 Radio Resource LCS Protocol v5. The TLS normal sequence test*6 using server authentication and client authentication are supported by supplying a PEM-format CA certificate and private key file to the SET side. irrespective of the communications carrier and location.0 TLS Authentication Function *1: Assisted GPS *2: Secure User Plane Location *3: User Plane Location Protocol *4: Radio Resource LCS Protocol *5: SUPL Enable Terminal Features The TLS (Transport Layer Security) authentication function is built into the MX848600A. Installing it in a PC simplifies testing.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SUPL SIMULATION SERVER MX848600A SUPL Terminal Function Tests and Software Emulation SUPL Control Software SUPL Server Software Ethernet USB License Key Evaluation Target (Terminal Emulator. Performance Tests • ULP/RRLP Normal/Abnormal Sequence Tests • TLS Normal Sequence Test • Assistance Data Parameter Variation Test 217 http://www.0 Compliance The MX848600A meets the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) SUPL v1. Reference Standards SUPL: OMA-AD-SUPL-V1_0-20070615-A ULP: OMA-TS-ULP-V1_0-20070615-A RRLP: 3GPP TS44.0 standards. *6: The TLS abnormal tests are not supported.anritsu.12. In particular. etc. including ULP * 3 /RRLP * 4 layer normal/sub-normal sequence tests and assistance data parameter variation tests to support efficient function tests and software emulation for various typical 2G and 3G mobile SUPL terminals (SET*5).com . Moreover.) MX848600A SUPL Simulation Server Following the expanding market for Location-Based Services (LBS) supporting emergency use of mobile terminals as Personal Navigation Devices (PND). etc.0 Compliance • TLS Authentication Function • Objective SUPL Function Evaluation using Standalone Terminal Emulator • Any Defined Test Sequence and Parameters • Accessory Sample Scenarios • External Control Function for 24/7 Testing • Encode/Decode SUPL (ULP/RRLP) Messages • Evaluation Results Reflected in Real Terminal Tests Key Applications RRLP ULP TLS TCP IP Ether Terminal (Emulator) RRLP ULP TLS TCP IP Ether MX848600A • Terminal Emulator (OS. it supports verification of popular SUPL A-GPS terminals used worldwide by implementing functions based on the following international standards.

24/7 testing by configuring an SLP (SUPL Location Platform) test rig on a PC with installed terminal emulator. can be performed too. using position results can also be performed. However. RRLP Message Analysis • Evaluation Results Reflected in Real Terminal Tests Test efficiency is increased by using SUPL test scenarios created in the MX848600A terminal emulation environment in real terminal tests. message elements and parameters passing between the terminal and SUPL server can be freely defined in C++ scenarios. offering flexible fault testing. Test Scenario-Sharing Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. application tests. Model/Order No. Not only does the SUPL control software support scenario execution. testing can start immediately.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Efficient SUPL Terminal Emulation Environment • Objective SUPL Evaluation using Standalone Terminal Emulator Flexible SUPL Terminal Simulation Environment The MX848600A uses a high-reliability platform architecture based on Anritsu's long experience in mobile terminal protocol evaluation. SET Initiated support) are bundled with the control software as accessories. it also encodes the GPS Almanac and Ephemeris data defined in the assistance data file in ASN. 218 MX848600A-TS110 MC0011A http://www. In addition. Messages can be decoded to find problems using both the accessory MessageCoder tool as shown below and other commercial IP analysis tools. sub-normal and abnormal sequence tests. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. tests can also be run on one PC. the SUPL server software displays and saves the communications log with the terminal. which are not supported by a real server. Framework (Terminal Emulator Test) • Any Defined Test Sequence and Parameters The ULP/RRLP protocol sequence.1 format and sends the assistance data to the terminal. • External Control Function for 24/7 Testing Commands such as scenario selection and execution can be remotely controlled from an external PC. • Encode/Decode SUPL (ULP/RRLP) Messages *: Only one evaluation target (SET) can be connected to the SUPL simulation server.com . It delivers objective and highly reliable SUPL Location Platform (SLP)*. supporting time-saving. name and quantity when ordering. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. Reflecting upstream evaluation results in real terminal tests helps clarify evaluation tasks and shortens the development cycle. MX848600A Name Software SUPL Simulation Server (CD-ROM with software and USB license key) Technical Support Service 1-year Technical Support Service Website Access Key (For downloading software upgrades) SUPL Sequence Test • Accessory Sample Scenarios Since sample scenarios describing basic SUPL sequences (Proxy Mode. Any IP address can be set in the SUPL Server software and when the MX848600A is installed in the same PC running a Web server as shown below. In addition to the usual normal sequence tests.anritsu.

cost-cutting.anritsu. The MX702500B Log to Scenario Converter (LSC) is an innovative. It converts UE field logs (Layer-3 messages) captured in a real network to a file format for reproducing FT faults at the MD8470A or MD8480C BTS simulators in the lab. Key themes are supporting worldwide networks and services and improving field testing (FT) to bring products quickly to market. cutting development time and costs before UE rollout. Applications • Evaluate GSM/GPRS/W-CDMA/HSPA mobile UEs • Reproduce FT faults in lab Advantages • Cut UE development time and costs • Improve quality with easy test repeats • Save test conditions and results Features • Reproduces FT faults in simulated environment • Generates test scenarios from real-network logs • Supports multiple W-CDMA/HSPA or GSM cells • Supports Inter-RAT tests • Excellent operability and flexibility 219 http://www.com . software tool for increasing the efficiency of GSM/ W-CDMA mobile UE development and FT.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS LOG TO SCENARIO CONVERTER MX702500B Fast and Easy Debugging for FT Faults NEW MD8470A MD8480C The rapid spread of global mobile phone services is leading to diversified UE designs. Easy fault reproduction in a simulated environment helps cut FT debugging time without requiring expert 3GPP knowledge.

Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.Net or 2005 (for compiling scenario-depends on signalling tester version) Personal Computer Signalling Tester • Windows® Visual C++ is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. and mouse MD8480B/C Ver. 220 http://www.com . Jun 2006) • RLC/MAC Control Message: 3GPP TS04. product names and service names are registered trademarks of their respective companies. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. high-color (16 bit) or better CD-ROM One USB Port (Version 1.00 or later Microsoft Visual C++ 6.1/2.331 Chapter 11 (Release 6. MX702500B∗1 MX702500B-010 MX702500B-011 MX702500B-020 MX702500B-021 MX702500B-022 MX702500B-030 MX702500B-040 MX702500B-TS110 Name Main frame Log to Scenario Converter Option LSC Format Creator (License certificate) Log Importing for QXDM (License certificate) LSC InterRAT Package (License certificate) LSC InterRAT Upgrade from W-CDMA (License certificate) LSC InterRAT Upgrade from GSM (License certificate) LSC WCDMA Package (License certificate) LSC GSM Package (License certificate) Technical support service 1 Year Technical Support Service (License certificate) Application parts (BTS Simulator for tests) Signalling Tester W-CDMA Signalling Tester MD8470A∗2 MD8480C∗2 ∗1: Includes Software CD-ROM.1 definition Supported Functions Test Item Voice Call (MO/MT) Video Call (MO/MT) Packet Calling Multi Call Integrity Ciphering Multi Cell Inter-RAT HSDPA (3GPP Release 5) HSUPA (3GPP Release 6) Scenario UE Operation Voice call status Video call status∗1 PPP or IP packet connection∗2 Voice call and video telephony call (MO/MT) with packet connection Validate at validity request∗3 Performs ciphering at validity request Handover and cell re-selection between cells Handover and cell re-selection between W-CDMA and GSM∗4 High-speed packet communication using HSDPA High-speed packet communication using HSUPA ∗1: Requires external video call terminal supporting 3G-324M connected to signalling tester ∗2: Requires packet test server ∗3: Integrity based on TS34. refer to the separate catalog.5. Dec 2006) • NAS: 3GPP TS24.0). The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. . The LSC RRC library (bundled with this product) is required to compile scenarios. name and quantity when ordering. • Other companies. ∗ The MD8470A Signalling Tester and MD8480C W-CDMA Signalling Tester require hardware and software options matching the test items.anritsu.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Reference Specificaions • RRC: 3GPP TS25.60 Chapter 11 CSN.30 or later MD8470A Ver. keyboard.108 Test Algorithm ∗4: Requires MX702500B-020 LSC InterRAT Package Operating Environment Item OS CPU Memory HDD Display Drive Interface Signalling Tester Required Software Condition Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional SP4 or later Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2 or later 1 GHz or faster Intel Pentium Processor ≥256 MB ≥20 MB free space 1024 × 768 pixels or more. license dongle key (USB type) ∗2: For details. display adapter.3.008 Chapter 9 (Release 6. • Intel Pentium® is registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries. Model/Ordering No.0.

5G mobile systems.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS PROTOCOL CONFORMANCE TEST SYSTEM ME7832A GCF and PTCRB Approved Test System for Protocol Conformance Testing The ME7832A Protocol Conformance Test System platform supports quick and easy 3GPP TS34. and calibration. Anritsu provides on-site initial setup. • Largest GCF and PTCRB approved Test Cases • 3GPP FDD bands supporting most terminals worldwide • Work Item options supporting 3GPP Rel-99 to Rel-7 • Expandable to three System Simulators and RF Combiner • High test efficiency with reliable automation and easy GUI • Initial setup and training support Overview The standard ME7832A configuration has one System Simulator (SS) and a PC.com . 2 Uplink MD8480C (SS1) Ethernet Uplink MD8480C (SS2) Downlink 1. 2 Ethernet Antenna MN8140A (Combiner) Z1109A Ethernet HUB PC Ethernet 2nd SS Option 3rd SS Option 221 http://www.123 and TS51. including cable connections. ME7832A-050 2nd SS Addition ME7832A-051 3rd SS Addition Sync 10MHz T T Sync 10MHz Antenna UE Downlink 1. More SS options can be added according to the target test cases and number of measurement. 2 Ethernet Uplink MD8480C (SS3) Downlink 1.010 protocol conformance tests of 3/3.anritsu.

Combiner Unit and Ethernet HUB] 3rd SS Addition [Includes third SS (MD8480C)] System Rack 3GPP WI-010/012 Toolkit 3GPP WI-013 Toolkit 3GPP WI-047 Toolkit 3GPP WI-014 Toolkit 3GPP WI-024 Toolkit 3GPP WI-025 Toolkit 3GPP WI-049 Toolkit Release 7 HSPA Evolution Toolkit (Package 1) Release 7 HSPA Evolution Toolkit (Package 2) System Support Service (for Renewal) 1 Year Support Service 1 Year Support Service (Frequency Band) 1 Year Support Service (PTC) 1 Year Support Service (2nd SS) 1 Year Support Service (3rd SS) 1 Year Support Service (WI-010/012) 1 Year Support Service (WI-013) 1 Year Support Service (WI-047) 1 Year Support Service (WI-014) 1 Year Support Service (WI-024) 1 Year Support Service (WI-025) 1 Year Support Service (WI-049) 1 Year Support Service (WI-067/068/069/070) 1 Year Support Service (WI-101) • Work Item (WI) Options Work Item WI-010/012 WI-013 WI-047 WI-014 WI-024 WI-025 WI-049 WI-067/068/ 069/070 WI-101 Work Item Name R99/R99 Enhancements Rel-4/Rel-5 Enhancements Inter-Band (I-V) HSDPA Rel-5 Rel-6 Enhancements (DSAC/Network Sharing) Enhanced UL Rel-6 (HSUPA) MBMS MIMO/Improved L2 support for High data rates/64QAM for HSDPA/Continuous connectivity for packet data users Ciphering for FDD Rel.com . The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Flexible Options Frequency band (FDD) and Work Item (WI) options can be customized to UE functions and markets for optimum return on investment. ME7832A ME7832A-011 ME7832A-012 ME7832A-013 ME7832A-014 ME7832A-015 ME7832A-016 ME7832A-018 ME7832A-019 ME7832A-030 ME7832A-050 ME7832A-051 ME7832A-052 ME7832A-071 ME7832A-072 ME7832A-073 ME7832A-074 ME7832A-075 ME7832A-076 ME7832A-077 ME7832A-080 ME7832A-081 ME7832A-SS100 ME7832A-SS110 ME7832A-SS130 ME7832A-SS150 ME7832A-SS151 ME7832A-SS171 ME7832A-SS172 ME7832A-SS173 ME7832A-SS174 ME7832A-SS175 ME7832A-SS176 ME7832A-SS177 ME7832A-SS180 ME7832A-SS181 Name Main frame Protocol Conformance Test System Options 3GPP Band I Addition 3GPP Band II Addition 3GPP Band III Addition 3GPP Band IV Addition 3GPP Band V Addition 3GPP Band VI Addition 3GPP Band VIII Addition 3GPP Band IX Addition Parallel Test Controller for PCTS 2nd SS Addition [Includes second SS (MD8480C). • Frequency Band Options Band (FDD) Band I Band II Band III Band IV Band V Band VI Band VIII Band IX Frequency [MHz] 2100 (EU) 1900 (US) 1800 (EU) 1700/2100 (US) 850 (US) 800 (JPN) 900 (EU/ASIA) 1700 (JPN) PTCRB PTCRB GCF GCF GCF Approval Body GCF PTCRB Option ME7832A-011 ME7832A-012 ME7832A-013 ME7832A-014 ME7832A-015 ME7832A-016 ME7832A-018 ME7832A-019 Model/Order No. name and quantity when ordering. Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. 7 Option ME7832A-071 ME7832A-072 ME7832A-073 ME7832A-074 ME7832A-075 ME7832A-076 ME7832A-077 ME7832A-080 ME7832A-081 222 http://www.anritsu. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.

8 GHz) and Band VIII (900 MHz) used by W-CDMA services offered mainly by GSM operators in Europe.121. and Band V (850 MHz) used in the USA. The ME7874F is for the specific testing of the Radio Resource Management functions (RRM) defined in 3GPP TS 34.7/2 GHz).7 GHz) and Band XI (1.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS W-CDMA TRX/PERFORMANCE TEST SySTEM ME7873F W-CDMA RRM TEST SySTEM ME7874F RF Conformance Test System Supporting Most Approved Test Cases ME7873F with ME7873F-10 (Option) Features These test platforms support the GCF/PTCRB requirements for TS34. can be performed. the test system can be configured to support the specific frequency band or combination of frequency bands required by individual users. http://www. Moreover. Measurement items defined by Chapter 8 (Requirements for Support of RRM *6). Band III (1.com 223 . Anritsu engineers perform calibration when installing the system at acceptance inspection. defined by GCF Work Item*7 and targeting measurement items certified by GCF/PTRCB RRM: Abbreviation for Radio Resource Management Work Item: Name for test item group for each function chosen by GCF for test items for certifying UE conformance Stable and Reliable Measurement • Calibration Functions Supporting Increased Measurement Reliability To improve measurement stability and reliability. Additionally. WI-069 HSPA64QAM for HSDPA. are supported as well. these Test Platforms support the testing of W-CDMA User Equipment (UE) with non-call-processing conditions as well as loopback conditions*4.5 GHz) used in Japan. Band II (1. including Europe and Japan. making this system the optimum test solution for high-speed data communications terminals. WI-024 test items included in the Release-6 Enhancements. • Supporting Most GCF*1/PTCRB*2 Approved Test Cases*3 • Supports High-Speed HSUPA/HSDPA/HSPA Evolution Test This system supports both high-speed uplinks as well as high-speed downlinks. temperature-related changes in the measurement system are eliminated to greatly improve the reliability of the measured value. Chapter 9 (Performance requirements for HSDPA). In addition to 3GPP Band I (2 GHz). including handover tests. WI-076 HSDPA RF Performance.121 Conformance Testing and offer the industry leading GCF/ PTCRB approved test cases*3. the system has the following three calibration and correction methods: (1) Basic calibration at acceptance inspection (2) Auto-calibration at work start (3) Individual measurement correction Since measurement correction applies a correction immediately before measurement. *1 *2 *3 *4 *5 *6 *7 GCF (Global Certification Forum) Abbreviation for Global Certification Forum responsible for certifying conformance to standards for UE and test systems Composed mainly of European carriers and UE vendors and performs certification for frequency bands used in Europe PTCRB (PCS Type Certification Review Board) A similar test system certification organization to GCF composed mainly of N. are also supported. permitting evaluation of both HSDPA and HSUPA mobile terminals with one platform.9 GHz).anritsu. Band IV (1. America This is based on GCF and PTCRB test case approvals following the GCF and PTCRB meeting in June 2009 Not supported by RRM tests In principle. and Chapter 11 [Performance requirement (MBMS)] can also be measured by installing the ME7873F-xx options. Chapter 10 [Performance requirement (E-DCH)]. eliminating the need for operators to perform this complex calibration and correction work.121 standards. and WI-070 HSPA-CPC are also supported. In addition. Band IX (1.121 standard. It supports the measurement items defined by Chapter 8 (Requirements for Support of RRM) of the 3GPP TS 34. The ME7873F is for testing the Tx and Rx characteristics of W-CDMA UE in accordance with measurement items*5 in Chapter 5 (Transmitter Characteristics). and Chapter 7 (Performance Requirements) of the 3GPP TS 34. In addition. allowing the required equipment investment to be kept to a minimum. New Technology Test Bench • Supports National Frequency Bands This system supports common national systems in most countries worldwide. Since the options can be chosen for each frequency band as required. American carriers and UE vendors and performing conformance certification for frequency bands used in N. Chapter 6 (Receiver Characteristics). all Inter-RAT tests. Band VI (800 MHz). By configuring a test system from various instruments and dedicated software centered around the MD8480C W-CDMA Signalling Tester.

com .* A DC power supply and temperature chamber can be controlled easily in the same way as selecting test items. simplifying progress management after starting tests. maximizing return on investment. and keeping work targets on schedule. *: Requires option for continuing sequence files created using several software • Useful Measurement Functions (Search Method) for Optimum Measurement Measurements can be searched repeatedly while changing measurement parameters such as interference signal level. Automation allows long measurements to run overnight. *: Current consumption measurements and temperature tests requires a separate DC power supply and temperature chamber. the service allows users to maintain their system with the latest version of the GCF and PTCRB approved test cases. bench-top testing while working in office. In addition. Using these standard functions makes W-CDMA current consumption measurement and temperatures tests easy. • Remote Systems Control via Network This system supports remote control of the PC measurement controller from another PC on the network. the measurement progress can be remotely monitored over a networked PC and measurement sequences can be selected and set.121 5 WI-010 6 7 8 WI-012 7 5 WI-013 6 7 8 5 WI-014 6 9 5 WI-024 7 8 5 WI-025 8 10 5 WI-038 6 8 WI-049 WI-076 WI-069 WI-070 8 11 9 6 9 9 ME7873F TRX/Performance Test System √ √ √ √ (Option) √ √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ (Option) √ ME7874F RRM Test System *: Work Item is the name for test groups chosen by GCF indicating test items required for UE conformance certification. This charged service contract provides users with the most recent software version updates matching the latest changes to the 3GPP standards as well as information about 3GPP trends and consultation and technical support for troubleshooting test problems. but by using this remote monitoring function. • Easy Control of Various External Devices The system software has built-in functions for controlling a DC power supply and temperature chamber. Using this function supports both PASS/FAIL evaluation at 3GPP-defined conditions as well as efficient measurement of UE equipment in the development stage. Supported Test Items and Options Work Item* Chapter in 3GPP TS34. • Continuous Testing (Auto-testing) of Multiple Measurement Items Auto-testing is supported by sequencing 3GPP-compliant test items.anritsu. making more efficient use of available test time by producing results early next morning*. Test preparations for multiple units can be completed at one time.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Continuous Testing of Multiple Terminals This system can test up to four mobile terminals continuously and the power supply and serial control line can be switched automatically using a terminal switching unit. Refer to the ordering information for more details. contact our sales representative. 224 http://www. Until now. For detailed test cases. the operator has been required to remain at the test site to monitor the test status. • Support Service Anritsu offers a support service contract to update the system software to the latest version.

VIII. ≤3100 VA*2 ME7873F ME7873F (with Option 10. Windows 2000: 512 MB or more Windows XP: 1 GB or more 10 GB of free space DVD-ROM Drive (for installing software and version upgrades) Resolution: 1024 × 768 min. • • Microsoft®. • Netscape 225 http://www. VI.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications ME7873F W-CDMA TRX/Performance Test System ME7874F W-CDMA RRM Test System I/O connector Max.73 or later (Japanese or English version) OS Main memory (RAM) HDD Drive Display Ethernet I/F GPIB I/F Sentinel connector I/F Browser software Pentium® is registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries. 28. For Windows XP. ≤3500 VA *3: To prevent the risk of the rack toppling over. 29. Hyper-Threading/Dual-Core: Unusable) Pentium M (1. To assure stable measurement. 23. 24. 26. we recommend securing the top of the rack to the wall. 41) : ≤660 kg*4 ME7874F : ≤600 kg*4 EN61326 EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 *1: Ambient Temperature The ambient temperature must meet the conditions when delivery calibration was performed. select the Visual Effects tab on the Performance Options dialog box. 24. the floor of the installation location must be strong enough to support the above mass of the equipment plus 100 kg. 22. XI 15˚ to 35˚C (operating). 21. etc. Power Consumption: 50 Hz/60 Hz. we recommend installation in an air-conditioned environment. 29.6 GHz or higher) Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional SP4 Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2 (Japanese or English version) Note: Support services are not applicable to Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3. ≤3000 VA*2 1710 (W) × 1597 (H) × 797 (D) mm*3 ME7873F : ≤600 kg*4 ME7873F (with Option 10. <Reference Value> ME7873F/ME7874F Max. Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. BNC connector As defined by 3GPP Operating Band I.5 or Netscape Communicator 4. V. IV. III. input level Reference oscillator Frequency range Temperature range Power supply Dimension Mass EMC LVD N-type. IX. Operating Environment Controller (PC) CPU Pentium 4 (2. II. 0˚ to 50˚C (storage)*1 100 to 120 VAC or 200 to 240 VAC : 50 Hz/60 Hz. no path switching) Uses MS8609A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester (MS8609A-01 High-Stability Reference Oscillator) as reference Supports input of external reference signal Frequency: 10 MHz/13 MHz (selectable). *4: About Equipment Weight and Floor Strength At delivery. 22. ® is registered trademarks of Netscape Communications Corporation in the USA and other countries. 26. *2: Power Consumption In addition to the typical power consumption of the ME7873F/ME7874F. 25. 50 Ω 33 dBm (2 W) 37 dBm (5 W.anritsu. 28. then select the "Adjust for best performance" option button. 23. 25. 100BASE-TX One of following National Instruments products (PCMCIA-GPIB + is not supported) PCMCIA-GPIB (PCMCIA-Bus) PCI-GPIB (PCI-Bus) Requires at least one free USB connector Internet Explorer 5. 21. 41) : 50 Hz/60 Hz. it is necessary to provide sufficient power (600 VA) for the instruments used at delivery calibration.4 GHz or higher.com . ≤3300 VA*2 ME7874F : 50 Hz/60 Hz.

Model/Order No. Model 778034-0212 778032-0112 Name PCMCIA-GPIB (PCMCIA slot) PCI-GPIB (PCI slot) Manufacturer National Instruments National Instruments • Peripheral parts • DC power supply *1: Requires two or three MG3700A units *2: Remember to order additional equipment such as signal generators. In addition. rack mounting requires a rack-mount kit from the manufacturer. • Temperature chamber Model SH-241 The following model is required when using the ME7873F or ME7874F to control the temperature chamber.anritsu. Addition after the system delivery is not possible Consult the power supply manufacturer for details of the supported power supply accessory kit. requires at least one frequency band option *5: Please order with the order for MN7462A. • PC and peripheral parts The PC and other peripherals are used to install test software for controlling the ME7873F. Name Temperature & Humidity Chamber Manufacturer Espec Contact your Anritsu sales representative for details. use of the ME7873F requires the following customersupplied parts. name and quantity when ordering. ME7874F MD8480C MS8609A MG3700A ME7416B MN7451A MN7462A MN7463A MN7465A MX787104F MX787135F Name Main frame W-CDMA RRM Test System Configuration items W-CDMA Signalling Tester Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester Vector Signal Generator*1 RF Switch Driver Unit RF Switch Driver Unit RF Interface Unit RF Combiner Unit RF Switch Unit W-CDMA RRM Test Software Selftest Software for Conformance Test System Standard accessory ME7874F Operation Manual (CD-ROM): 1 set ME7873F-10 ME7873F-70 ME7873F-72 ME7873F-74 ME7873F-75 ME7873F-76 ME7873F-77 ME7873F-78 ME7873F-80 ME7873F-81 MX787190F MX787103F-09 MN7462A-01 ME7419B Z0788 Options RRM Test Addition*2 WI-013 Toolkit (TRx/Performance) WI-013 Toolkit (RRM) WI-014 Toolkit WI-024 Toolkit WI-025 Toolkit WI-049 Toolkit WI-076 Toolkit*2 WI-069 Toolkit WI-070 Toolkit MCTS Integration Software JAPAN TRCC TEST*3 4 Antenna Connections*5 Mobile Radio Switching Unit Additional Accessory Kit for Power Supply Frequency band options*4 (without RRM Test Function) 3GPP Band I Addition 3GPP Band II Addition 3GPP Band III Addition 3GPP Band IV Addition 3GPP Band V Addition 3GPP Band VI Addition 3GPP Band VIII Addition 3GPP Band IX Addition 3GPP Band XI Addition (with RRM Test Function) 3GPP Band I Addition (Including RRM) 3GPP Band II Addition (Including RRM) 3GPP Band III Addition (Including RRM) 3GPP Band IV Addition (Including RRM) 3GPP Band V Addition (Including RRM) 3GPP Band VI Addition (Including RRM) 3GPP Band VIII Addition (Including RRM) 3GPP Band IX Addition (Including RRM) 3GPP Band XI Addition (Including RRM) ME7874F-72 ME7874F-75 ME7874F-76 ME7874F-77 MX787190F MN7462A-01 ME7419B Z0788 ME7874F-11 ME7874F-12 ME7874F-13 ME7874F-14 ME7874F-15 ME7874F-16 ME7874F-18 ME7874F-19 ME7874F-31 Options WI-013 Toolkit (RRM)*2 WI-024 Toolkit WI-025 Toolkit WI-049 Toolkit MCTS Integration Software 4 Antenna Connections Mobile Radio Switching Unit Additional Accessory Kit for Power Supply Frequency band options*4 3GPP Band I Addition 3GPP Band II Addition 3GPP Band III Addition 3GPP Band IV Addition 3GPP Band V Addition 3GPP Band VI Addition 3GPP Band VIII Addition 3GPP Band IX Addition 3GPP Band XI Addition ME7873F-11 ME7873F-12 ME7873F-13 ME7873F-14 ME7873F-15 ME7873F-16 ME7873F-18 ME7873F-19 ME7873F-31 ME7873F-21 ME7873F-22 ME7873F-23 ME7873F-24 ME7873F-25 ME7873F-26 ME7873F-28 ME7873F-29 ME7873F-41 In addition to the previous. *3: Requires MX787103F and frequency band options *4: When configuring system. 226 http://www. One of the following models is required when using the ME7873F or ME7874F to control power supply. Refer to the previous page for the operating environment. Model 2303 2306-PJ 66311 Name High Speed Precision Readback Power Supply Dual-Channel Battery/Charger Simulator Mobile Communication DC source Manufacturer Keithley Instruments Keithley Instruments Agilent Technologies Consult your Anritsu sales representative when matching the ME7873F test platform with previously purchased equipment. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. One of the following models is required.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.com . The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. ME7873F MD8480C MS8609A MP8302A MG3692B MG3700A MF6900A ME7416B MN7451A MN7462A MN7463A MX787103F MX787135F Name Main frame W-CDMA TRX/Performance Test System Configuration items W-CDMA Signalling Tester Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester Bit Error Rate Tester Synthesized Signal Generator Vector Signal Generator Fading Simulator RF Switch Driver Unit RF Switch Driver Unit RF Interface Unit RF Combiner Unit W-CDMA TRX/Performance Test Software Selftest Software for Conformance Test System Standard accessory ME7873F Operation Manual (CD-ROM): 1 set Model/Order No.

The MD8470A complies with the GSM/GPRS/EGPRS.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SIGNALLING TESTER MD8470A 400 MHz to 2700 MHz On-the-Bench Global Mobile Communications Network for Wireless Application Developers Mobile terminal applications are becoming increasingly important in today's global wireless communications market. And the built-in PPP server. Seamless coverage of a wide frequency band (400 MHz to 2700 MHz) supports development of multiband mobile terminals and future expanded frequency band. content download. W-CDMA/ HSDPA/HSUPA. including voice and video calling. including voice and video calling. A and TD-SCDMA/ HSDPA standards regulating the world's major 2. such as voice calling. packet communications including browsing/content download.5G mobile communication systems. Features • All-in-one platform supporting functional testing of mobile terminal applications. ISDN. content download. the MD8470A Signalling Tester accelerates development of mobile terminals and services when time-to-market is critical. Success now depends on the ability to bring attractive mobile terminals to market ahead of the competition as well as on basic technology advances. Call Processing using Simple Operations • W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA: Voice/Video call/Packet/SMS/MMS • GSM/GPRS/EGPRS: Voice/Packet/SMS/MMS • CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Rev. messaging The MD8470A Signalling Tester is the optimum solution for developing attractive mobile terminals by supporting application development. video calling. so simulations can be controlled without a remote PC. 3G and 3.4-inch screen) is based on Windows XP Professional. messaging • Simple call processing testing W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA: Voice/Video/Packet/SMS/MMS GSM/GPRS/EGPRS: Voice/Packet/SMS/MMS CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Rev. Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. Ethernet. • The user interface (displayed on a 10. A • TD-SCDMA/HSDPA • All-in-one platform for functional testing of mobile terminal applications. A. Multiple Communication Systems Support • W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA • GSM/GPRS/EGPRS • CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Rev. A: Voice/Packet/SMS/MMS • TD-SCDMA/HSDPA: Voice/Video/Packet/SMS/MMS The MD8470A Signalling Tester supports basic call processing for W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA (Voice call/Video call/Packet communications/ SMS/MMS). A (Voice call (echo back)/ Packet communications/SMS/MMS) TD-SCDMA/HSDPA (Voice call/Video call/Packet communications/SMS/MMS). Platform Architecture • Base station functions are simulated by installing communication system hardware and control software. • The small-footprint chassis [426 (W) × 221. handset and serial I/O interfaces also support various data communication services. CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Rev. The simulation environment required for testing application tests is implemented by simple operations. GSM/GPRS/EGPRS. A: Voice (echo back)/Packet/SMS/MMS TD-SCDMA/HSDPA: Voice/Video/Packet/SMS/MMS • Multiple communication systems (W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA. SMS/MMS messaging. CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Rev. CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Rev.5 (H) × 281 (D) mm] is ideal for configuring an on-the-bench personal simulation environment. The MD8470A is an effective tool for configuring an integrated simulation environment for application development. Because it can quickly test a wide range of applications. TD-SCDMA/HSDPA) • Wide frequency coverage (400 MHz to 2700 MHz) CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA).5G.anritsu. and End-to-End UE testing (with single MD8470A).com . 227 http://www. GSM/GPRS/EGPRS (Voice call/Packet communications/ SMS/MMS).

Developers use the Windows-based GUI to set basic call processing parameters and display the call processing status.com . helping efficient development of mobile terminal applications.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS MX847010A W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit • Simple Application Testing WNS: Wireless Network Simulator The WNS is a software application for simulating an interactive mobile network on the MD8470A Signalling Tester. • Simple End-to-End UE Test Environment *1: The WNS is not guaranteed to operate normally with every mobile terminal model *1: Requires Version 4.)*2 Previous testing required two MD8470A units.anritsu. so application developers can easily implement an End-to-End test environment. one MD8470A unit supports the network simulation required for voice and video calls and SMS/MMS transfer between two mobile terminals (even different operators. In addition. but this CNS offers a space-saving solution with just one MD8470A. call origination and termination is controlled using a WNS virtual terminal.*1 WNS activates the required communication bearers based on requests by the mobile terminal. CNS: Couple-UE Network Simulator By using the Couple-UE Network Simulator (CNS)*1 and additional hardware options.00 or later MX847010A W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit *2: The CNS is not guaranteed to operate normally with every mobile terminal model WNS (Wireless Network Simulator) SMSC (SMS Centre) CNS (Couple-UE Network Simulator) 228 http://www.

NAS*. 2. CC. simulation results can be analyzed using the protocol message decode function (RRC. NAS [RR. CC.306 Categories HSDPA HS-DSCH HS-DSCH Minimum Category Codes Inter-TTI 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 5 5 5 5 5 5 10 10 15 15 5 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 Total Number TB-Sizes of Soft Channel Bits 7298 19200 7298 28800 7298 28800 7298 38400 7298 57600 7298 67200 14411 115200 14411 134400 20251 172800 27952 172800 3630 14400 3630 28800 Modulation QPSK/16QAM QPSK/16QAM QPSK/16QAM QPSK/16QAM QPSK/16QAM QPSK/16QAM QPSK/16QAM QPSK/16QAM QPSK/16QAM QPSK/16QAM QPSK QPSK Maximum Throughput [bps] 1216333 1216333 1824500 1824500 3649000 3649000 7205500 7205500 10125500 13976000 907500 1815000 Simulation control software Control Software Support Functions Function Scenario Execution Real-time Trace Trace Log Save/Load Trace Display Filtering Message Decode and Analysis Scenario Library Function External Control Function Description Reads and executes compiled DLL scenarios Displays signalling messages and user data during simulation in real time Saves (Binary/Text/Packet/H. Config) Provides C library function for scenario creation Provides DLL library allows external application to control MX847010A control software HSUPA Support for TB-Sizes TB-Sizes Maximum Minimum E-DCH E-DCH Spreading 10 and 2ms within 10ms within 2ms Throughput Category Codes TTI EDCH E-DCH TTI E-DCH TTI [bps] Factor 1 1 SF4 10 ms TTI only 7110 – 729600 2 2 SF4 10 ms and 14484 2798 1459200 2 ms TTI 1459500 10 ms TTI only 14484 – 1459200 3 2 SF4 4 2 SF2 10 ms and 20000 5772 2000000 2 ms TTI 2918500 10 ms TTI only 20000 – 2000000 5 2 SF2 6 4 SF2 10 ms and 20000 11484 2000000 2 ms TTI 5760000 *: Supports RR. 3GPP TS25.2M. SS [Supplementary Service]. GMM. SMS.5G mobile communication systems supporting high-speed packet data transmission. The information controlled during simulations.8M.46M.0M. HS-Auto*). MM. Functional testing of applications using HSDPA/HSUPA packet data communications is performed by connecting to a server. Easy-to-use GUI operation allows users to set HSDPA (1. SMS. The MD8470A Signalling Tester with MX847010A-11 HSDPA Software*.com .00 or later of MX847010A W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit • Supports All UE Categories New hardware supports high-speed HSDPA/HSUPA BTS functions for all UE categories specified in 3GPP Release5 and Release6 with processing power for verifying data throughput performance.245/Throughput) and recalls (Binary only) traced log data Displays trace filtered by channel and primitive classification Translates and displays traced messages (RRC. Config) and filtering function. After the test. 7. GSM/GPRS/EGPRS Execution and Analysis of Simulations The MD8470A Signalling Tester runs simulations by loading edited and compiled scenarios into the dedicated control software and executing them. MM.6M.anritsu. SS. HS-Auto*) rates (See Packet Rate Setting on Page 12 for details). MX847010A-12 HSUPA Software * and MU847010B W-CDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit * supports HSDPA/HSUPA communication systems. 3. and user data exchanged between the mobile terminal under test and MD8470A are logged in real time.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Simulation Control by Scenarios MX847010A-11 HSDPA Software MX847010A-12 HSUPA Software W-CDMA. the performance of mobile terminals must be verified in environments with high-speed packet data rates. protocol messages. SM]. and SM • Simple Application Testing for HSDPA/HSUPA GUI-based simulation (WNS) supports HSDPA/HSUPA application test environments. *: Requires Version 6. GMM. Since HSDPA/ HSUPA systems offer much faster data download speeds. and HSUPA (1. *: Rate setting determined by mobile terminal category and CQI value 229 http://www. • Testing Application Functions Using HSDPA/HSUPA Global mobile communications markets are increasingly adopting 3G technologies and 3.

refer to the MX847015A catalog. 230 http://www. 2. Functional testing of applications using EGPRS packet data communications is performed by connecting to a server. 1800.anritsu. 900.00 or later of MX847010A W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit MX847010A-01 EGPRS Software Specification Frequency Bandwidth Layer1 Modulation & Coding Scheme Number of Slots Channel Combination Broadcasting Control Channel ARQ Type Window size Standard 850. 3. 4 (GMSK) MCS 5.com . It offers a graphical user interface (GUI) to evaluate current consumption for battery life at continuous standby and talk without the need to create complex test scripts. the high-speed GPRS 2.5G mobile communications system. When used in combination with the MX847015A-01 Parallel Phone Test Software option. Various network parameters related to current consumption and test conditions can be configured flexibly.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS MX847010A-01 EGPRS Software • Testing Application Functions Using EGPRS MX847015A Energy Management Test Simulator The MD8470A Signalling Tester with MX847010A-01 EGPRS Software* and MU847020B GSM Signalling Unit supports GUIbased simulation (WNS) for EGPRS packet data communications. 9 (8PSK) Up to Multi Slot Class 12 (DL: 4/UL: 4/SUM: 5) Combination 11 & 13 BCCH/CCCH. PBCCH/PCCH Type 1 64 to 192 3GPP Release99 Layer2. • Evaluating Mobile UE Battery Life at Continuous Standby and Talk MX847015A Energy Management Test Simulator (ETS) The MX847015A Energy Management Test Simulator (ETS) is a software application that runs on the MD8470A to interactively simulate base station operations supporting W-CDMA/HSDPA/ HSUPA and GSM/GPRS/EGPRS communications bearers. 6. 1900 MHz MCS 1. *: Requires Version 4. Uplink power transmission For details of this option. 3 Energy Management Test Simulator (ETS) Key Energy Management Test Simulator Applications • Evaluation environment of battery life at continuous standby and talk • Evaluation environment of battery life based on GSM Association “Battery Life Measurement Technique” reference • Measurement environment of current consumption in multimediaservices environment using high-speed packet data • Evaluate management software for current consumption and charging on mobile terminal • Evaluation environment of mobile terminal thermal heating at max. the current consumption of two mobile terminals can be measured simultaneously for efficient results collection and statistical analyses. 7. 8.

refer to the MX847016A catalog.) and multiple carriers (1X/1xEV-DO: 2 max. mobile terminal Simulation Control Software (Protocol Visualization Tool) • PPP Simulation Function The MX847030A CDMA2000 Simulation Kit includes a simulation function for PPP negotiations — the packet transmission connection protocol. *: When using two sets together • Verify mobile terminal service quality and call connectivity at • Verify roaming services between national carriers • Perform pre-verification before field tests • Perform comprehensive verification at integration tests of UMTS • Evaluate throughout performance at switching between cells supporting different data rates. call processing for each service type is achieved easily in a 2-Cell environment. 1xEV-DO Revision A The MX847030A supports 1X Release C. The MD8470A Signalling Tester offers a multi-sector/multi-carrier environment in an all-in-one instrument and greatly improves the efficiency of development verification. The flexible network simulation function enables verification of various CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO terminal connections. Various handoff tests can be performed using several sets of MD8470A simultaneously with multiple carriers (max. An API offers flexible control of the radio condition. protocol message transmission/reception.. Using the all-in-one MD8470A Signalling Tester with optional MX847030A-01 Multi Sector/Multi Carrier Software supports easy configuration of PPP and data communication tests during handoff operations. one script handles simulation of both CDMA2000 signalling and PPP simultaneously. 2 → 4*) . cell parameter setting for up to 10 cells and test condition setting for cell switching. The GUI-based operations can set various network and communication parameters flexibly using system configuration setting for two base stations. Idle. such as Soft. Since the bearer starts in accordance with requests from the mobile terminal connected to the MD8470A. In addition. and Access handoff. interoperability tests and prefield testing. and data communications condition. with built-in support for decoding protocol messages. CDMA2000 protocols and PPP protocols can all be logged and traced. MX847030A CDMA2000 Simulation Kit • Flexible Simulation Environment Using Scripts Multi-cell Network Simulator (MNS) Key Multi-cell Network Simulator Applications handover The MX847030A CDMA2000 Simulation Kit supports CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO defined in the 3GPP2 standards.anritsu.). This supports video-phone services over VoIP. Hard. These resources can be configured dynamically to support various handoff tests. BCMCS. Tests of handover as the mobile terminal moves between cells as well cell selection and reselection to register with a suitable cell can be performed. as well as mobile terminal user interface (UI) • Verify call connectivity by simulating various carrier networks For details of this option.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS MX847016A Multi-cell Network Simulator • Mobile Service Quality and Call Connectivity Tests during Handover MX847016A Multi-cell Network Simulator (MNS) The MNS software application runs on the MD8470A to simulate an interactive 2-Cell environment. as well as all nextgeneration IP and interactive services based on high-speed data throughput communications in an on-the-bench environment that greatly reduces development costs. including voice and data communications. The operation of CDMA2000 Base stations and PPP negotiation procedures during data communications can be fully defined using a Perl script. The resulting common log makes it easy to troubleshooting problems. 1xEV-DO Revision A simulation. • Logging and Decoding Analysis Functions Protocol messages exchanged between the mobile terminal and the MD8470A Signalling Tester during simulation are logged in real time. 231 http://www. • Handoff Test with Multi Sector/Multi Carrier The MX847030A-01 Multi Sector/Multi Carrier software supports simulation with multiple sectors (1X : 6 max. Using this function.com . Softer.1xEV-DO: 3 max. support for QoS — a 1xEV-DO Revision A function — has been added as a world first. • Supporting BCMCS. handoff and hybrid operation.

anritsu. etc. such as voice. • Supports handoff tests. can be performed easily in multi-sector and multi-carrier environments. *: Read the MX847031A catalog for details. *1: Operation not guaranteed for all mobile terminal models *2: Requires two MD8470A units WNS (Wireless Network Simulator) SMSC (SMS Center) 232 http://www. An application test environment is easily configured because the bearer starts in response to requests from the mobile terminal connected to the MD8470A Signalling Tester. SMS/ EMS/MMS. Each function is remotely controlled using APIs.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Sector Resource RF Resource MUX 1 TRX 1 CDMA SECTOR A CDMA SECTOR B BS CDMA SECTOR C CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO BS1 CDMA SECTOR D RF 1 CDMA SECTOR E CDMA SECTOR F MUX 2 TRX 2 CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO BS2 1xEV-DO SECTOR A 1xEV-DO SECTOR B RF 2 1xEV-DO SECTOR C Max.. etc. Idle. Basic communications parameters can be set by simple GUI-based operations. The call status is displayed graphically and calling and answering operations are performed at a virtual terminal. Mobile IP. packets. system determination. such as Soft. In addition. etc. • Supports communication functions. Hard. Setting the test system permits MMS tests using loopback as well as MMS Tx/Rx tests between terminals*2. • Provides integrated simulation environment. hybrid operation tests.com . WNS supports the network functions required for simulating the increasingly popular Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS). offering strong support for automating test systems. Various handoff tests. as well as 1X/1xEV-DO hybrid operation tests.. Configuring a system combining an MMS test server with a WAP gateway supports MMS Submit and MMS Notification/MMS Retrieval function tests using the WNS interactive test environment. • Supports throughput performance tests for high-speed packets. • Supports test system automation using APIs. • MX847031A CDMA2000 AppEase For Efficient Network Simulation Including Handoff and Automation The CDMA2000 AppEase software application provides flexible simulation of various network conditions by setting various parameters. including PPP. Configuration with one set • Easy Application Testing WNS: Wireless Network Simulator The Wireless Network Simulator (WNS) application software simulates interactive base station operations on the MD8470A Signalling Tester*1.

CC. *: Read the MX702600B catalog for details. 1 Slot) DPCH (SF8. repeatable and highly integrated TD-SCDMA/ TD-HSDPA network simulation environment for TD-SCDMA technology developers.8 Mbps 12. • Offers easy test sequence re-use using copy and paste functions.2 kbps 64 kbps 64 kbps 2. 2 Codes. protocols. SS [Supplementary Service] and CONFIG • Powerful logging data sorting. 1 Code) DPCH (SF2. 1 Slot) 233 http://www. 1 Code) or DPCH (SF16. greatly cutting times needed for development of test sequences for improving connection quality.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MX702600B CDMA2000 Scenario Composer For Rigorous Verification of Protocol Behavior The MX702600B Scenario Composer software is for editing protocol sequence in ladder diagram format to create test cases required to test CDMA2000 terminal protocol. SMS. • Supports editing and setting of Overhead Messages for each sector • Supports editing of transmitted and received protocol message • Supports definition of network operations. 4 Slots Max. NAS [RR. 16 Codes. searching and filtering for effective troubleshooting • Monitoring function for DL channel power. including PPP sequence. 5 Slots) UL Physical Channel DPCH (SF8. GSM/(E)GPRS Simulations and Analysis The MD8470A Signalling Tester with new MU847040B TD-SCDMA/ HSPA Signalling Unit and MX847040B TD-SCDMA/GSM Simulation Kit provides a flexible. This new solution allows users to perform extensive testing to create quality devices. 4 Slots • Supported Bearer Service Service Protocol (Standalone DCCH) Voice Call (GSM-AMR) Video Call Packet Switched Data Packet Switched Data (HSDPA) Reference Measurement Channel Reference measurement channels (HSDPA) Data rate 12. 1 Code) DPCH (SF8.6 kbps DL Physical Channel DPCH (1 Code) DPCH (2 Codes) DPCH (8 Codes) DPCH (8 Codes) HS-PDSCH (16 Codes.anritsu. UL power. GMM. • Flexible physical layer configuration • Message encode/decode tool and programming library to support efficient test scenario creation • Protocol message and user data logging at each layer • Protocol message analysis support for various messages including Feature Highlights RRC. timing alignment and CRC errors Simulation control software Supported TD-SCDMA Downlink Channel/Uplink Channel/Bearer Services • Supported TD-SCDMA Downlink Channel Channel BCCH Logical Channel Transport Channel BCH Common PCCH CCCH/DCCH/DTCH Dedicated DCCH + DTCH PCH FACH DCH HS-DSCH Physical Channel P-CCPCH DwPCH FPACH PICH S-CCPCH HS-SCCH DPCH HS-PDSCH 2 Codes 1 Codes 2 Codes Max. 1 Slot) DPCH (SF2.com . MM. • Offers flexible setting for 1X sectors and 1xEV-DO sectors as well as channel configuration in accordance with the test objectives. MX847040B TD-SCDMA/GSM Simulation Kit • Flexible TD-SCDMA/GSM Network Simulation TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA. and applications for TD-SCDMA systems. Test sequences emulating quasinormal and abnormal conditions are easily created by simple operations. 5 Slots) DPCH (2 Codes) DPCH (8 Codes) HS-PDSCH (12 Codes. 2 Codes 1 Code Max. SM]. 16 Codes. 5 Slots • Supported TD-SCDMA Uplink Channel Channel Common Dedicated Logical Channel CCCH DCCH/DTCH Transport Channel RACH DCH Physical Channel UpPCH PRACH HS-SICH DPCH Max. 2 Codes) DPCH (SF2.2 kbps 64 kbps 1278. Various functions support efficient editing and modification operation. user equipment. 16 Codes 2 Codes × 4 Max.

Packet Communication with application server (TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA ⇔ GSM/(E)GPRS) Effective Scenario Creation Protocol Message Encoder/Decoder Tool (Message Coder) The Message Coder is a protocol message encoder/decoder tool supporting RRC. UE-terminated voice call. The information elements are designated using the tree structure shown in the decode results of the Message Coder. CC. These functions support troubleshooting as well as efficient protocol sequence tests for chipsets and mobile terminals. GMM. MM. reselection and handovers. TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA. NAS (RR. and SS (Supplementary Service) simplifies changing or extracting message information elements in test scenarios. Reselection & Handover Tests The rapid spread of dual-mode TD-SCDMA/GSM terminals means InterRAT is becoming a key technology in completing network compatibility. Message Coder Message Encoder/Decoder Library A protocol message encoder/decoder library supporting RRC.Voice Call (TD-SCDMA: AMR ⇔ GSM: EFR) . SMS. GMM. GSM/(E)GPRS 2-Cell InterRAT• Cell Selection • Inter-system Cell Reselection • Inter-system Handover .com . Moreover. data transfer between the mobile terminal and MD8470A can be monitored simultaneously in real time. UE-originated packet call. various UE protocol sequence tests can also be performed at InterRAT handover. UE-originated voice call. and SS (Supplementary Services). 234 http://www. SMS. it greatly improves work efficiency at pre-verification of field tests.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Protocol Tests Protocol Sequence Tests using C Programming Libraries TD-SCDMA/GSM protocol sequence tests. Since one MD8470A with these options closely emulates the real service environment. SM). The all-in-one MD8470A supports 2-cell InterRAT tests including cell selection. it can verify the quality of high-speed packet-based multimedia services at InterRAT between TD-HSDPA and EGPRS by installing the MX847040B-13 TD-HSPA Software and MX847010A-01 EGPRS Software options. Test parameters and sequence can also be defined freely to perform semi-normal and interrupt testing. In addition. location registration. MM. In addition to roaming verifications when moving between different carriers. SM). UE-call release. CC.anritsu. • InterRAT Handover Tests (TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA ⇔ GSM/(E)GPRS) All-in-One Cell Selection. such as broadcast information transmission. It makes creation of protocol messages needed for test scenarios more efficient. This feature can be used for conditional branch processing in the scenario and analysis of received messages. NAS (RR. NW-call release and handovers are performed using dedicated C scenarios.

2 kbps). TD-SCDMA Messaging Tests (SMS/MMS) Using the SMSC (SMS Centre) software to simulate Short Message Service supports SMS sending/receiving.245 protocol message logs. combining with a separate MMSC (MMS Center) application server * and SMSC supports MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) testing. 235 http://www. such as incoming voice call during TD-HSDPA data communication. A sample scenario is provided for voice call testing (AMR 12.245 control protocol trace data during video calls supports offline analysis of H.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Application Tests All-in-One Platform for Testing Various Applications The MD8470A supports a full range of TD-SCDMA application tests as well as end-to-end simulation of various services when connected to an application server. Actual data throughput can be verified at a fixed rate or at a rate determined by the TDHSDPA UE category and CQI value. • Perform service interruption testing. TD-SCDMA Video Call Tests (Loopback) Video call testing is performed by looping back video data within the MD8470A. A sample scenario is provided for video call testing (AV 64 kbps). The all-in-one platform provides a development environment including the application server function.anritsu. A sample scenario is provided for packet communication testing. Also. The SMSC has a simple GUI for creating and sending test text (7-bit ASCII. External application servers can also be connected. • Transfer large volumes of data from FTP server • Verify data throughput performance using the throughput monitor. and SMS loopback tests. TD-SCDMA Voice Call Tests (Handset/Loopback) Voice call testing is performed between the mobile terminal and handset by connecting a handset to the MD8470A. • Check the data throughput behavior at InterRAT handover.com . • Data Throughput Tests Data Throughput Measurements The new built-in IP Performance Monitor function supports real-time monitoring of data throughput performance. Unicode) and binary SMS messages. Examples of TD-HSDPA Test *: Requires separate MMS application server IP Performance Monitor Test System Example Ethernet and handset interfaces support various data communication services and an application server can be installed in the built-in PC. The ability to save H. TD-SCDMA Packet Communication Tests Application functions using packet data are tested on this all-in-one platform by installing an application server in the built-in PC.

MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Hardware/Software Options • Hardware W-CDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit (MU847010B) This hardware unit simulates the operation of W-CDMA base stations. cell reselection and handover tests for each service.) • Software W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit (MX847010A) This software is required for use with W-CDMA and GSM/GPRS. CDMA2000 Scenario Composer (MX702600B) This software increases the productivity of test scenario creation and editing. TD-HSPA Software (MX847040B-13) This software is required for TD-HSDPA simulation. CDMA2000 Simulation Kit (MX847030A) This software is required for CDMA2000 simulation.MX847010A-20 is the software maintenance contract for MX847010A. control software for scenario execution and tracing/analysis. MX847031A Support Service (1 year) (MX847031A-20) This contract supports user troubleshooting and software maintenance releases. In addition to setting various network parameters at the GUI.net Standard 2003 or Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Standard Edition* is separately required for scenario compiling. EGPRS testing is supported by combining the MX847010A W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit with the MU847020B GSM Signalling Unit. It is the software maintenance contract for the MX847031A. Multi Sector/Multi Carrier (MX847030A-01) This software is required for performing handoff tests under conditions emulating multi-carriers (2 max. • Software Maintenance Contract MX847010A Support Service (One year) (MX847010A-20) This contract covers response to inquiries from users. CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Signalling Unit (MU847032A) This hardware unit simulates operation of CDMA2000 1xEV-DO base stations. HSDPA testing is supported by combining the MX847010A W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit with the MU847010B W-CDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit. • Microsoft®. CDMA2000 1X Signalling Unit (MU847030A) This hardware unit simulates operation of CDMA2000 1X base stations. Visual C++® and Visual Studio® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries 236 http://www. It is the software maintenance contract for the MX847030A. It supports the standard ciphering algorithm in 3GPP. W-CDMA Ciphering Software (MX847011A) This software is required to test the W-CDMA ciphering function. It is the software maintenance contract for the MX702600B. CDMA2000 AppEase (MX847031A) This software supports basic call processing and various handover tests in a multi-sector/multi-carrier environment.net Standard 2003 or Visual Studio 2005 Standard Edition is installed in the MD8470A’s built-in PC.anritsu. Also. supporting GSM A5/1. It includes the scripting interface. The easy-to-use GUI supports simple setting of network parameters without needing to create complex test scripts.com . A5/2 and A5/3 ciphering algorithms plus GPRS GEA/1. EGPRS Software (MX847010A-01) This software is required for EGPRS simulation. a CD or DVD drive with USB interface is required. ISDN Interface Unit (MU847090B) This unit enables the ISDN interface. TD-HSDPA testing is supported by combining the MX847040B TDSCDMA/GSM Simulation Kit with MU847040B TD-SCDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit. Parallel Phone Test Software for ETS (MX847015A-01) Adding the MX847015A-01 Parallel Phone Test Software option and the required hardware supports independent battery life evaluation environment of two mobile terminals connected to one MD8470A. sample scenarios for basic call processing. HSUPA testing is supported by combining the MX847010A W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit with the MU847010B W-CDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit. GSM/GPRS Ciphering Software (MX847021A) Software required for testing GSM/GPRS ciphering function. if Visual C++. GSM Signalling Unit (MU847020B) This hardware unit simulates the operation of GSM/GPRS base stations. an automated test system is easily configured using the Anritsuprovided AppEase API. HSUPA Software (MX847010A-12) This software is required for HSUPA simulation. Multi-cell Network Simulator (MX847016A) The MNS software simulates interactive base station operations for a 2-Cell W-CDMA/W-CDMA. The kit includes libraries for scenario programming. Second RF Option (MD8470A-02) This hardware unit supports simulation using two RF signals. 1xEV-DO: 3 max). HSDPA Software (MX847010A-11) This software is required for HSDPA simulation. and user manuals.net Standard 2003 or Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Standard Edition or Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Standard Edition is required for scenario compiling. GSM/GSM. MX702600B Support Service (1 year) (MX702600B-SS110) This contract supports user troubleshooting and software maintenance releases. a CD or DVD drive with a USB interface is separately required. sample scenarios for basic call processing. control software for scenario execution and tracing/analysis. Test sequences created using the editor can be converted to Perl test sequences and output for execution at the MX847030A.net Standard 2003 or Visual Studio 2005 Standard Edition or Visual Studio 2008 Standard Edition is installed in the built-in PC. It is required when running End-to-End UE tests and InterRAT testing with one MD8470A unit.) *: Version 5. TD-SCDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit (MU847040B) This hardware unit simulates operation of a TD-SCDMA/HSPA base station. A video call communication test is performed with a mobile terminal under test by connecting a video call terminal to the ISDN interface. control software for script execution and tracing/ analysis.) and multi-sectors (1X: 6 max. It has an easy-to-use GUI for evaluating the battery life of mobile terminals at continuous standby and talk without the need to create complex test scripts by offering flexible setting of network parameters related to current consumption and test conditions. (Microsoft Visual C++. MX847030A Support Service (1 year) (MX847030A-20) This contract supports user troubleshooting and software maintenance releases.00 or later of the MX847010A W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit is required Energy Management Test Simulator (MX847015A) The ETS is a software application that runs on the MD8470A to interactively simulate base stations supporting the W-CDMA/HSDPA/ HSUPA and GSM/GSM/EGPRS bearers. GEA/2 and GEA/3 ciphering algorithms. and maintenance releases. offering a high-productivity test environment. The kit includes libraries for scenario programming. in case Visual C++. and user manuals. It is the software maintenance contract for the MX847040B. Also. sample scenarios for basic call processing. MX847040B Support Service (1 year) (MX847040B-SS110) This contract supports user troubleshooting and software maintenance releases. and user manuals. (Microsoft Visual C++. TD-SCDMA/GSM Simulation Kit (MX847040B) This software is required for use with TD-SCDMA and GSM/GPRS. and W-CDMA/GSM environment to support cell selection.

video call. W-CDMA/GSM) W-CDMA 2-Cell (Intra-system Handover) W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA 2-Cell (Intra-system Handover) GSM/GPRS 2-Cell (Intra-system Handover) GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 2-Cell (Intra-system Handover) Handover Test Configuration (2BTS) W-CDMA ⇔ GSM/GPRS InterRAT W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA ⇔ GSM/GPRS/EGPRS InterRAT W-CDMA 2-Cell. *4 *3. SMS. GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 2-Cell. W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA ⇔ GSM/GPRS/EGPRS InterRAT W-CDMA UE Battery Test Configuration (Single) W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA GSM/GPRS GSM/GPRS/EGPRS W-CDMA Parallel Phone W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA Parallel Phone GSM Parallel Phone UE Battery Test Configuration (Parallel Phone) GSM/GPRS/EGPRS Parallel Phone W-CDMA + GSM Parallel Phone W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA + GSM/GPRS/EGPRS Parallel Phone W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA Parallel Phone GSM/GPRS/EGPRS Parallel Phone MX847015A-01 MD8470A-02 Remarks √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*1 √*1 √*1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 *3. W-CDMA ⇔ GSM/GPRS InterRAT W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA 2-Cell. GSM/GPRS 2-Cell. *5. *6 for supported End-to-End tests 237 http://www. and MMS tests (Requires separate MMS application server) *6: End-to-End SMS and MMS tests (Requires separate MMS application server) *7: See *4.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Configurations • W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA. *5 *3.com . *7 √*1 √*1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*1 √*1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*1 √*1 √ √ √ √ √ √*1 √*1 √ √ √ √ √*1 √*1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*1 √*1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √*1 W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA Test Configuration: Runs simulation corresponding to W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA 1BTS GSM/GPRS/EGPRS Test Configuration: Runs simulation corresponding to GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1BTS W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA/GSM/GPRS/EGPRS Test Configuration: Includes functions for test configurations for both W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA and GSM/GPRS/EGPRS *1: Optional *2: End-to-End UE tests performed by a MD8470A (CNS: Couple-UE Network Simulator) *3: Minimum configuration *4: End-to-End voice call. *6 *3. SMS. GSM/GSM. GSM/GPRS/EGPRS MX847010A-01 MX847010A-11 MX847010A-12 MX847010A-20 MU847010B MU847010B MU847020B MU847020B MU847090B MX847010A MX847011A MX847021A MX847015A MX847016A √ √ √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 √*1 √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ *3 *3 *3 *3 Hardware/Software Options MD8470A Configurations W-CDMA W-CDMA/HSDPA Single Configuration (1BTS) W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA GSM/GPRS GSM/GPRS/EGPRS W-CDMA • GSM/GPRS W-CDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA • GSM/GPRS/EGPRS End-to-End UE*2 (W-CDMA/W-CDMA) End-to-End UE Test Configuration End-to-End UE*2 (GSM/GSM) End-to-End UE*2 (W-CDMA/GSM) End-to-End UE*2 (W-CDMA/W-CDMA.anritsu. and MMS tests (Requires separate MMS application server) *5: End-to-End voice call.

• Wireless Test Suite Composition Wireless Test Suite WG Z1157A*1 MD8470A MX847010A-20 Wireless Test Suite WG Signalling Tester MX847010A Support Service (One Year) MD8470A-02 MU847010B MU847010B MU847020B MU847020B MX847010A MX847015A MX847015A-01 MX847016A J1261C P0035B Second RF Option W-CDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit W-CDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit GSM Signalling Unit GSM Signalling Unit W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit Energy Management Test Simulator Parallel Phone Test Software for ETS Multi-cell Network Simulator Ethernet Cable (Shield type. offers the Wireless Test Suite as an included tool set. GSM/GPRS/EGPRS Test Configuration TD-SCDMA ⇔ GSM/GPRS InterRAT Test Configuration TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA ⇔ GSM/GPRS/EGPRS InterRAT Test Configuration √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA Test Configuration: Runs simulation corresponding TD-SCDMA/HSDPA 1BTS TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA. 3: WTS package options at new purchase.com Remarks . GSM/GPRS Test Configuration TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA. • CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Units/Options/Software Configuration CDMA2000 1X Test Configuration CDMA2000 1X + Multi Sector/ Multi Carrier Test Configuration CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Test Configuration CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO + Multi Sector/ Multi Carrier Test Configuration MU847030A CDMA2000 1X Signalling Unit √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ MU847032A CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Signalling Unit MD8470A-02 Second RF Option MX847030A CDMA2000 Simulation Kit √ √ √ √ √ √ MX847030A-01 Multi Sector/ Multi Carrier • CDMA2000 1X Test Configuration: Simulate CDMA2000 1X with one carrier and one sector • CDMA2000 1X + Multi Sector/Multi Carrier Test Configuration: Simulate CDMA2000 1X with multi carrier and multi sectors • CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Test Configuration: Simulate CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO with one carrier and one sector • CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO + Multi Sector/Multi Carrier Test Configuration: Simulate CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO with multi carrier and multi sectors • TD-SCDMA/HSDPA MX847040B-SS110 √ √ √ √ √ √ Option/Unit/Software MX847040B-13 MX847010A-01 MD8470A-02 MU847040B MU847020B MX847040B MD8470A Configurations Single Configuration (1BTS) InterRAT Handover Test Configuration (2BTS) TD-SCDMA Test Configuration TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA Test Configuration TD-SCDMA. 2. 1 m W-CDMA/GSM Test USIM √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Z1157A Z1158A Z1159A √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Wireless Test Suite WW Z1158A*2 MD8470A MX847010A-20 Wireless Test Suite WW Signalling Tester MX847010A Support Service (One Year) Wireless Test Suite GG Z1159A*3 MD8470A MX847010A-20 Wireless Test Suite GG Signalling Tester MX847010A Support Service (One Year) *1. See the table below for configurations of these options. GSM/GPRS/EGPRS Test Configuration: Includes functions for test configurations for both TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA and GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS 238 http://www.anritsu.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Wireless Test Suite The MX847015A Energy Management Test Simulator supporting network simulation for battery evaluation and the MX847016A Multicell Network Simulator supporting simulation between any two base stations to the MD8470A. Cross).

USB2.1 dB Output level accuracy: ±3 dB (Output level: ≥–50 dBm. Handset interface (incl.5 ppm) Level: ≥0 dBm Impedance: 50 Ω Connector: BNC Type OS: Windows XP Professional operating system CPU: Mobile Intel Pentium 4 processor 1. reference to 24 hours after power-on) Aging rate: ≤±1 × 10–8/day. Serial interface for data communications Call Proc.0/1.5-mm headphone jack Microphone: 3.1 (Front panel).MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications • MD8470A Signalling Tester Transmitter characteristic Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Frequency setting resolution: 100 Hz Output level range: –120 to –18 dBm (RF Main) Level setting resolution: 0.: 250 V). product names and service names are registered trademarks of their respective companies.com . • • Intel® and Pentium® are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries. Humidity ≤95% (no condensation) –20˚ to +65˚C. Impedance: 50 Ω Call Proc. 239 http://www. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Receiver characteristic External interface Reference oscillator External reference input Built-in personal computer User interface Dimensions Mass Power supply Operating temperature Storage temperature EMC LVD Windows® *Excluding protrusions is a registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.5-mm microphone jack USB: USB1. Ethernet interface for data communications ISDN 0: RJ-45 connector (Option). ≤300 VA +5˚ to +40˚C. Max. II compliant (Front. 47. 10.430) Handset: Modular jack. Rear panel) Keyboard: PS/2 Mouse: PS/2 VGA: Mini D-Sub 15-pin connector Ethernet 0/1: RJ-45 connector (10BASE-T. 10BASE-T. Humidity ≤95% (no condensation) EN61326-1. 100BASE-TX) 426 (W) × 221. RS-232C. Ethernet A to D: RJ-45 connector. XGA Headphone: 3. • Other companies.1 (Rear panel) RS-232C: D-Sub 9-pin connector PCMCIA: Type I.7 GHz HDD: 40 GB Memory: 512 MB Display: Color TFT LCD monitor.4 inch.5 (H) × 281 (D) mm ≤17 kg (when all options) 100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC (–15%/+10%. the dedicated handset) 10 MHz Buff Output Frequency: 10 MHz Level: TTL level Connector: BNC type Startup characteristics: ≤±5 × 10–8 (5 minutes after power-on.5 Hz to 63 Hz. ISDN interface for data communications (I.anritsu. +18 to +28˚C) Modulation accuracy: ≤7%rms (when MU847010A/B is mounted) Phase error: ≤4˚rms (when MU847020A/B is mounted) Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Frequency setting resolution: 100 Hz Maximum input level: +34 dBm (Average) Reference setting range: –30 to +20 dBm (RF Main) RF Main/RF Aux1/RF Aux2: N type connector. ±1 × 10–7/year (reference to 24 hours after power-on) Temperature characteristics: ≤±2 × 10–8 10 MHz Ref Input Frequency: 10 MHz (±0. Serial I/O A to D: D-Sub 9-pin connector.

A. QPCH.25 dB step (Relative level for Ior) Sector level setting range: –30 to 0 dB. MAC. DPCCH.anritsu. AICH. and channel combination • MX847040B TD-SCDMA/GSM Simulation Kit. PICH. P-CCPCH. HS-PDSCH Modulation accuracy: ≤7%rms (when MU847040A/B is mounted) Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level range: –50 to +34 dBm Channel: UpPCH. A. BCCH. UL-TCH) Receiver characteristic Function Transmitter characteristic GSM Receiver characteristic Function • MX847030A CDMA2000 Simulation Kit. HS-SCCH. 0. HS-SICH Transmitter: Possible to transmit channels compliant with 3GPP Receiver: Possible to receive channels compliant with 3GPP Receiver characteristic Function 240 http://www. MU847040B TD-SCDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit Transmitter characteristic Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Frequency setting resolution: 100 Hz Channel: P-CCPCH. SCH. Traffic CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Revision 0. SCCH Channel level setting range: –30 to 0 dB. FCH. SO6 (SMS). DwPCH. PICH. SO36. MU847020B GSM Signalling Unit Transmitter characteristic W-CDMA Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Frequency setting resolution: 100 Hz Channel: CPICH. AWGN OFF) Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level range: –60 to +34 dBm Channel*: Access. MU847032A CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Signalling Unit Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Frequency setting resolution: 100 Hz Channel*: Sync. PRACH. SCH. OCNS. DCCH. SO32768 Transparent IP data transmission/Simple IP/Mobile IP PPP Simulation: LCP/IPCP/PAP/CHAP Transmitter: 3GPP2-compliant channels Receiver: 3GPP2-compliant channels Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Frequency setting resolution: 100 Hz Channel*: Pilot. rate. AWGN OFF) Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level range: –60 to +34 dBm Channel*: ACH. DPCH. EACH.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MX847010A W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit.99 (Only Pilot. FCH. OCNS Modulation accuracy: ≤7%rms (when MU847010A/B is mounted) Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level range: –60 to +34 dBm Transmitter: Possible to transmit channels compliant with 3GPP (CPICH. CCCH. S-CCPCH. P-CCPCH. DCCH. SO33 (HSPD). 0. C PREV6. SO3 (EVRC). PCH. PICH. SO15 (LSPD). BCMCS Transparent IP data transmission/Simple IP/Mobile IP PPP Simulation: LCP/IPCP/PAP/CHAP Transmitter: 3GPP2-compliant channels Receiver: 3GPP2-compliant channels Transmitter characteristics Receiver characteristics 1X Applied standard Protocol revision Service options Data communications Functions Transmitter characteristics 1xEV-DO Receiver characteristics Standard Data communications Functions *: Restrictions on combination of frame duration. 0.1-dB step (Relative level for Ior) AWGN level setting range: –20 to +12 dB (Relative level for Ior) Waveform Quality: ≥0.1 dB step (Relative level for Ior) AWGN level setting range: –20 to +12 dB (Relative level for Ior) Waveform Quality: ≥0.com . Traffic Sector level setting range: –30 to 0 dB. DPDCH) Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Frequency setting resolution: 100 Hz Phase error: ≤4˚rms (when MU847020A/B is mounted) Frequency range: 400 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level range: –40 to +34 dBm Transmitter: Possible to transmit channels compliant with GSM standard (DL-CCH. PREV7. SO25 (FCH). DPCH. S-CCPCH. Control. Pilot. MU847010B W-CDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit. DPCH. PREV9/10 (non-EVDV) SO1. DL-TCH) Receiver: Possible to receive channels compliant with GSM standard (UL-CCH. AICH.99 (Only Pilot. S-CCPCH. SO68 (EVRC-B). SCH. DPDCH + DPCCH) Receiver: Possible to receive channels compliant with 3GPP (PRACH. FPACH. SCCH CDMA2000 1X Release 0. SO14. SCH. MU847030A CDMA2000 1X Signalling Unit.

Cross). Cross). Z1157A Z1158A Z1159A MD8470A-90 MD8470A-91 MX847010A-20 MX847030A-20 MX847031A-20 MX847040B-SS110 MX702600B-SS110 J1261A J1261B J1261C J1261D J1262A J1262B J0576B J0576D J0127A J0127B J1263 J1264 J1265 J0658 B0543 B0329D Z0749 J1287 P0035B Tool package option Wireless Test Suite WG Wireless Test Suite WW Wireless Test Suite GG Name Z0741 G0134 A0058A MX847000A MD8470A-02 MU847010B MU847020B MU847030A MU847032A MU847040B MU847090B Z0863A/B Z0931A/B Z0991A/B Z0992A/B Z0993A/B Z0994A/B Z0995A/B Z0996A/B Z0716A/B MX847010A MX847010A-01 MX847010A-11 MX847010A-12 MX847015A MX847015A-01 MX847016A MX847011A MX847021A MX847030A MX847030A-01 MX847031A MX702600B MX847040B MX847040B-13 Z0728 Z0714 Z0715 Z0728 Standard accessories Power Cord.com . 1 m Ethernet Cable (Shield type. Straight). Straight). 1 m Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P). 2 m RS-232C Cable (Cross). 1 m Ethernet Cable (Shield type. 2 m Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P).MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. MD8470A Main frame Signalling Tester Name Model/Order No. L Type) Carrying Case Front Cover for 1MW 5U MN8110B + Inch Screw Cable HDD-SUB15P Cable (Milli-Inch) W-CDMA/GSM TEST USIM *1: Selected by OS option *2: P0035B W-CDMA/GSM TEST USIM supplied by this option 241 http://www. MU847030A) TD-SCDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit ISDN Interface Unit Upgrade option MU847020B Upgrade MU847020B Upgrade MU847010B Upgrade-11 MU847010B Upgrade-12 MU847010B Upgrade-22 RF Unit Upgrade-11 RF Unit Upgrade-12 RF Unit Upgrade-22 Retrofit Option Software W-CDMA/GSM Simulation Kit*2 EGPRS Software HSDPA Software HSUPA Software Energy Management Test Simulator Parallel Phone Test Software for ETS Multi-cell Network Simulator W-CDMA Ciphering Software GSM/GPRS Ciphering Software CDMA2000 Simulation Kit (requires MU847030A) Multi Sector/Multi Carrier (requires MD8470A-01/02. MX847030A) CDMA2000 Scenario Composer TD-SCDMA/GSM Simulation Kit*2 TD-HSPA Software Software Installation Kit English OS Option Japanese OS Option Software Installation Kit Warranty service Extended Three Year Warranty Service Extended Five Year Warranty Service MX847010A Support Service (1 year) MX847030A Support Service (1 year) MX847031A Support Service (1 year) MX847040B Support Service (1 year) MX702600B Support Service (1 year) Application parts Ethernet Cable (Shield type. 3 m Ethernet Cable (Shield type. MX847030A) CDMA2000 AppEase (requires MU847030A. 2. Model/Order No. 2 m W-CDMA Interface Cable N-SMA Adapter Adapter (Serial Connector) Adapter (SMA.6 m MD8470A Operation Manual (CD-ROM) Keyboard (Japanese or English)*1 Mouse Handset Platform Software Units/Options Second RF Option W-CDMA/HSPA Signalling Unit GSM Signalling Unit CDMA2000 1X Signalling Unit CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Signalling Unit (requires MD8470A-01/02. 1 m Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P). 3 m RS-232C Cable (Straight). The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. name and quantity when ordering. MU847030A.anritsu. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. 2 m Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P).

AT&T Wireless especially wants to evaluate battery current consumption for real life uses as acceptance criteria. taking photos.anritsu. However. Therefore.2 AT&T acceptance criteria.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS MODULAR APPLICATION TEST ENVIRONMENT (MATE) MX786000A Battery Performance Test Solution for AT&T IOT NEW Standby and Talk times are currently the major measurement profiles for mobile phone battery performance tests.9” in the 10776 v9. The package contains: • Special AT&T Battery Life Test configuration module • General Battery Life Measure Current Drain module for running free current drain tests • Analysis module to compile data in specified results folder into final current drain HTML report • Test case module for each AT&T Battery Life test case defined in 14680 Test Configuration 242 http://www. mobile phones are evolving rapidly into increasingly sophisticated high-performance multifunctional devices incorporating features such as web browsing. and listening to music • Business users receiving push emails and sending emails • Users taking pictures and sending MMS messages Anritsu has developed software tools called MATE (Modular Application Test Environment) and AT&T Battery Life Test Package for its MD8470A Signalling Tester to meet AT&T IOT acceptance criteria for testing battery performance. such as: • Teenagers sending a lot of SMS messages every day • Multimedia-savvy users browsing the Internet. In the USA. mobile operators are also focusing attention on evaluation of battery current consumption as well as on determining true battery capacity. MX786000A-011 AT&T Battery Life Test Package The MX786000A-011 AT&T Battery Life Test Package supports GSM and UMTS battery performance test cases defined by AT&T document “14680 Performance Requirements for GSM and UMTS Terminals v2. video streaming and messaging.com .

name and quantity when ordering.9.9. Measure Current Drain Window AT&T Battery Life Test Summary Report Ordering Information Model/Order No. This is powerful tool for performing certified AT&T Battery Life GSM and UMTS test cases. AT&T 14680 Battery Performance Test Cases Supported by MX786000A-011 14680 Test Number 4.anritsu.9.9.11 4. For some tests.9.1 4.16 4.9.1 4.9.8 4.10 4.9. current drain measurement stops automatically after a set time period has elapsed.2 4.14 4.15 4.7 4.9.17 4. • Battery Life Test Summary Report The ATT BL Process Data Utility Module takes data files from the folder specified in the configuration as the location for good data and uses them to create a final battery life test report.13 4.9.5 4.9.9.9.6 4. Name Modular Application Test Environment (MATE) AT&T Battery Life Test Package MATE Support Service (1 Year) AT&T Battery Life Test Package Support Service (1 Year) MX786000A USB Key Description MATE Platform Battery life test modules for AT&T IOT Support service for MATE Platform Support service for AT&T Battery Life Test Package USB License Key for MATE *: MD8470A requires MX847015A (ETS option) to use MATE with AT&T Battery Life Test Package.9. 243 http://www. a special dialog is displayed in the MATE software window showing the current drain waveform as measurement progresses. The AT&T 14680 Battery Performance test cases supported by MX786000A-011 are listed below. • Current Drain Measurement Viewer After current drain measurement starts. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.9.12 4. MATETM is a registered trademark of Anritsu Corporation.3 4. MX786000A MX786000A-011 MX786000A-SS101 MX786000A-SS111 Z1303A Please specify the model/order number.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Test Case Module for AT&T Battery Performance Test The MX786000A-011 AT&T Battery Life Test Package includes 19 Battery Performance test cases defined in 14680.18 System GSM Test Description Circuit Switched Voice Talk-Time Battery Life Circuit Switched Standby Battery Life Circuit Switched Voice Talk-Time Battery Life Circuit Switched Standby Battery Life Streaming Video Battery Life Battery Life while Playing Music from MP3 File(s) Circuit Switched Voice Talk-Time Battery Life with Bluetooth (BT) Headset Circuit Switched Voice Standby-Time Battery Life with Bluetooth (BT) Headset Customer Profile Battery Life Task: Take picture from camera Customer Profile Battery Life Task: View picture from camera Customer Profile Battery Life Task: Take video from camera Customer Profile Battery Life Task: View video from camera Customer Profile Battery Life Task: Send SMS Customer Profile Battery Life Task: Receive and read SMS Customer Profile Battery Life Task: Send MMS Customer Profile Battery Life Task: Receive and read MMS Customer Profile Battery Life Task: Browse the web Customer Profile Battery Life Task: Game play Customer Profile Battery Life Task: Push email & push email keep alive event UMTS *: See AT&T document 14680_Performance_Requirements_for_GSM_and_UMTS_Terminals_v2_9 for details.8.8.2 4.9 4. Running this module causes MATE to write an HTML report plus several JPEG images of current drain measurement plots to the “good” directory. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.9.com .9.

Export function converts the MX702600B-created test sequence into a Perl script for running on the MX847030A CDMA2000 Simulation Kit installed in MD8470A Signalling Tester. CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA). and work efficiency is greatly increased by various useful functions. there is no need for other Perl modules and they can be executed as is by the MX847030A. 244 http://www. • Since Scenario Composer can export Perl scripts for a batch of test cases to a single file. Development time is cut dramatically by editing these samples to create new scenarios. such as copy/paste for sequences and messages.anritsu. The MX702600B can create and edit test sequences as images designed as a ladder sequence.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS CDMA2000 SCENARIO COMPOSER MX702600B Best Scenario Creation Efficiency and Test Quality The MX702600B CDMA2000 Scenario Composer software application greatly increases the speed and efficiency of creating and modifying test scenarios for the MX847030A CDMA2000 Simulation Kit used with the MD8470A Signalling Tester. The converted Perl script is operated using the MX847030A PVT (Protocol Visualization Tool). Sample sets are available for voice and data communications and each type of handoff test. since the MX847030A has a built-in function for simulating PPP server. more will made available via the Anritsu download website in the future. • Easy-to-Operate Test sequences are easily edited using a mouse and keyboard. Tests sequences created using the editor are converted to Perl script and output for execution on the MX847030A. In addition. there is no need to provide an external PPP server and normal and quasi-normal test sequences can be created for testing data communications of mobile terminals. Users can create customized test sequences for running on the MX847030A without knowledge of Perl. • Defined PPP Server Operation The MX702600B can describe the PPP server operation as a ladder sequence. the MX847030A description method or interface. • The • Intuitive Test Sequence Creation with Image of Standard It is common for mobile communication standards to show the protocol sequence in ladder diagram. • Full Range of Sample Sets A full range of sample sets for standard test sequences are included.com .

1/2. Message Selecting Screen Message Editing Screen Signaling Setup Screen Parameter Setting Screen Reference Standard The MX702600B CDMA2000 Scenario Composer specifications are based on the 3GPP2 (3rd Generation Partnership Project 2) and Request For Comments (RFC). The displayed message name and parameter name comply with the 3GPP2 standard. Number C.S0057-A Name Upper Layer (Layer 3) Signaling Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems . 1xEV-DO: 3 max. Messages can be edited and added easily by selecting the message and performing the parameter input operation.. Parameters that can be set at the field comply with the 3GPP2 standard.) • Expansion to four carriers by linking two MD8470A units Main Screen Each parameter in the Layer3-Field of send and receive messages can be edited. • Pentium® is registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries.Release C cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification cdma2000 High Rate Broadcast-Multicast Packet Data Air Interface Specification Band Class Specification for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems Note: No guarantee of proper operation for 1X Release D.anritsu.S0054-0 C. • Message Editing Function • Automatic allocation of RF resources using sector setting • Batch setting of common parameters by system variables • The Overhead Message (OHM) used in each sector can be selected.0 Scenario Composer Perl scripts operate under the following environment Signalling Tester Simulation Kit Other MD8470A Signalling Tester MX847030A CDMA2000 Simulation Kit Version 2.S0005-C C.S0005-A C. See the MX847030A CDMA2000 Simulation Kit Catalog for the configuration • Microsoft® and Windows® are the registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.)/Multisector (1X: 6 max.Release A. • Support for CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Multi-carrier (2 max.0 or later The MD8470A hardware and software configuration differ according to the test contents.S0005-0 C.S0024-0 C. The following diagram shows an example of the operation when adding a message.com . product names and service names are registered trademarks of their respective companies. 245 http://www. Operating Environment MX702600B Scenario Composer operates under the following environment PC CPU Main Memory Display OS Hard Disk USB IBM-PC/AT or compatible 1 GHz Pentium III or better 256 MB or more 1024 × 768 pixels or better Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 or later At least 20 MB of free space on boot disk USB Version 1. Addendum 2 Upper Layer (Layer 3) Signaling Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems .Release 0 Upper Layer (Layer 3) Signaling Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems .S0024-A C.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Signalling Setup Function This function supports batch setting of parameters ranging from the configuration of the RF environment to the Overhead Message (OHM) for each type of Base Station at the Signalling Setup window. • Other companies.

MX702600B Name Software CDMA2000 Scenario Composer Standard accessories MX702600B Install CD-ROM License Key (USB 1. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names.com . The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. CD-ROM) MX702600B Operation Manual (English. such as downloads of the latest software.anritsu. CD-ROM) Option 1 Year Support Service W2821AW W2822AE MX702600B-SS110 246 http://www. support for customer enquiries. Model/Order No.1) MX702600B Operation Manual (Japanese.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Option MX702600B-SS110 1 Year Support Service This software maintenance contract provides support services. and maintenance releases. name and quantity when ordering. Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number.

AF. GPIB. two different mobile terminals can be connected and tested simultaneously with a single MT8820C using its second RF. the major Tx and Rx characteristics of W-CDMA/HSPA/ HSPA Evolution. transmit power. CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. MX882000C. PHS Tx and Rx measurements of base stations without call processing (requires MT8820C-002 and MX882005C) Tx and Rx measurements of 1xEV-DO Rev. A 247 http://www.9G System NEW • Supports Multi-Communication Systems Measurement Software Measurement software MX882000C System W-CDMA Description Tx and Rx measurements of mobile terminals including call processing (requires MT8820C-001 and MX882050C) Tx and Rx measurements of mobile terminals including call processing (requires MT8820C-001. MT8820C-005. A. Furthermore.anritsu. 0 CDMA2000 MX882006C-011 1xEV-DO Rev. MX882000C-011 HSDPA MX882000C-021 HSUPA MX882000C-031 HSPA Evolution MX882001C GSM/GPRS MX882001C-011 EGPRS CDMA2000 1X MX882002C MX882005C PHS MX882005C-011 ADVANCED PHS MX882006C CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. MX882000C-011. A mobile terminals including call processing (ETAP) (requires MT8820C-003. 0 mobile terminals including call processing (requires MT8820C-003.7 GHz. several measurement items can be selected freely for batch measurement. MX882000C and MX882050C) Tx and Rx measurements of mobile terminals including call processing (test loop mode) (requires MT8820C-001. This functionality significantly improves manufacturing efficiency by reducing production costs (return on investment and energy saving) and space. GSM/GPRS/EGPRS. MX882000C. modulation accuracy. • Advanced Digital Signal Processing and Batch Measurement Manufacturing and inspection test times have been dramatically cut by incorporating advanced DSP and parallel measurement technologies. spectrum emission mask.7 GHz GPIB All-in-One Platform Supporting RF Tx and Rx Tests Up to 3.com . MT8820C-005 and MX882002C) Tx and Rx measurements of 1xEV-DO Rev. MX882002C and MX882006C) The MT8820C platform covers a frequency range of 30 MHz to 2. and BER. occupied bandwidth.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS RADIO COMMUNICATION ANALYZER MT8820C 30 MHz to 2. Tx and Rx measurements of base stations without call processing (requires MT8820C-002) Tx and Rx measurements of mobile terminals including call processing. MX882000C-021 and MX882050C) Tx and Rx measurements of mobile terminals including call processing (requires MT8820C-002) Tx and Rx measurements of mobile terminals including call processing (requires MT8820C-002 and MX882001C) Tx and Rx measurements of mobile terminals including call processing (requires MT8820C-003) Tx and Rx measurements of mobile terminals including call processing. including transmit frequency. and Ethernet port. CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA). MX882000C-011 and MX882050C) Tx and Rx measurements of mobile terminals including call processing (requires MT8820C-001. adjacent channel leakage power ratio. When the dedicated optional measurement software and hardware is installed. The one-touch operation supports easy and quick measurement of Tx and Rx characteristics. CDMA2000 1X (IS-2000). and the number of measurements for each measurement item can be configured separately. PHS/Advanced PHS and TD-SCDMA/ HSPA terminals can be measured using a single MT8820C unit. • Parallelphone Measurement When the Parallelphone Measurement option is installed in the MT8820C main frame.

values of the result are displayed. phase error and peak phase error is performable. contact Anritsu sales representative. the max. In W-CDMA. and HSDPA MX882007C) Tx measurements of TD-SCDMA/HSUPA TD-SCDMA/ mobile terminals including call processing MX882007C-021 (requires MT8820C-001. in HSPA Evolution.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Measurement software System Description Receiver Measurement Tx and Rx measurements of TD-SCDMA MX882007C TD-SCDMA mobile terminals including call processing (requires MT8820C-001 and MT8820C-007) Tx and Rx measurements of TD-SCDMA TD-SCDMA/ mobile terminals including call processing MX882007C-011 (requires MT8820C-001. terminal disconnect. ±10 MHz from center frequency. The downlink RF signal level at the mobile receiver can be checked with the Rx level reported from the mobile terminal. simultaneous measurement and display of frequency. MT8820C-007. the bit error rate can be measured by the loopback test mode specified in the 3GPP standards.anritsu. and network disconnect. For example. This function monitors the existence of the frequency ingredient with the spectrum exceeding the standard line defined by 3GPP standards.0 to 99. Example of Error Rate Measurement (HSPA Evolution) Call Processing • Connection Tests Various connection tests. • Adjacent Channel Power Adjacent channel power is measured according to each communication system. This repeat measurement function is also available for other measurements. termination. providing evaluation of the terminal randomness. • Spectrum Waveform Display MT8820C has the spectrum waveform display function by W-CDMA. ∗ For W-CDMA/HSPA/HSPA Evolution and TD-SCDMA/HSPA terminal connectivity. mean. voice from the mobile terminal can be echoed back while calling to test simple voice communications. Example of Transmission Power Measurement (HSDPA) • Modulation Analysis The MT8820C enables modulation analysis of mobile equipment. MT8820C-007. Example of Sequence Monitor (W-CDMA) • Mobile Terminal Report Monitor The mobile terminal status can be displayed as a periodic report sent by the mobile terminal to the MT8820C. In GSM. Transmitter Measurements • Output Power The MT8820C enables measuring output power of mobile stations.com . When the number of measurements is set to two or more. the power can be measured in ±5 MHz. handover. the power of 25 points can be measured in ±2 MHz from center frequency. Moreover.. Amplitude error at the burst-on section can be also measured. The ratio of the frequency bandwidth to the total power can be changed in the range of 80. and min. and MX882007C-011) Measurement of the error rate conforming to the standard of each communication system is performable.9%. origination. HSUPA MX882007C. For example in GSM. 248 http://www. such as registration. can be tested using the call processing functionality. • Occupied Frequency Bandwidth This test measures the occupied frequency bandwidth of the W-CDMA terminal. frequency error (in kHz and ppm).

MX882000C-001. or MX882007C-001 ∗ Audio Transmitter and Receiver Measurement suupports W-CDMA. RF (connection cable) AF Output Speaker Ethernet Microphone Server PC MT8820C RF (connection cable) AF Input RF (connection cable) Microphone Client PC Mobile Terminal (W-CDMA. AF. MX882001C-002. GPRS. Real-time Voice Encoding and Decoding • End-to-End Communications Test This supports the end-to-end communications test between a handset connected to the RJ11 connector on the MT8820C and a mobile terminal. and distortion of the demodulated tone signal. MX882002C-002. Sample MT8820C connection TD-SCDMA. MX882001C-002. CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. or MX882006C-002 249 http://www. HSDPA. MX882002C-002. HSDPA. frequency. 0) or client PC connected to the mobile terminal can be tested using the External Packet Data option (MX882050C-002. MX882050C-011. MX882001C-001. or Ethernet port of a single MT8820C unit. CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev. GPRS. RF (connection cable) RF2 (connection cable) RF1 (connection cable) Handset • Audio Transmitter Measurement W-CDMA Terminal W-CDMA Terminal Packet Communication Data Transfer Test • End-to-End Data Transfer Tests The External Packet Data option supports data transfer to/from external equipment via the Ethernet port.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Simultaneous Measurement of Two Mobile Terminals Installing the Parallelphone Measurement option supports simultaneous measurement of two terminals using the second RF.anritsu. CDMA2000 1X. Audio Transmitter and Receiver Measurement does not support CDMA2000 1X. MX882050C-011. MX882002C-001. The tone signal from the MT8820C AF Output connector is supplied to the microphone of the mobile terminal and the audio transmitter characteristics of the mobile terminal can be measured using the MT8820C to demodulate the uplink RF signal and measure the level. MX882006C-002). CDMA2000 1X.com . GSM. ∗ Requires MX882050C-002. GPIB. End-to-end data transfer between an application server connected to the MT8820C and the mobile terminal (W-CDMA. 0) ∗ Requires MT8820C-011.

and MX882006C-011 option supports the UE-connection test with ETAP only. Please perform unload. ∗3: Installing the MX882002C. only desired measurement results can be read out using a command such as “ALLMEAS? MOD” (modulation analysis). MT8820C [1] MT8820C [2] CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Synchronous Function • CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Hybrid Terminal Function Tests By using the MX882002C and MX882006C with two MT8820C units or one MT8820C unit with the Parallelphone∗1 measurement option. RF (connection cable) RF (connection cable) Mobile Terminal [1] Mobile Terminal [2] Sample MT8820C connection: when MT8820C is two sets Ethernet MT8820C Sample MT8820C connection: when MT8820C is two sets RF (connection cable) Mobile Terminal [1] Mobile Terminal [2] Sample MT8820C connection: when MT8820C is one set (Parallelphone measurement correspondence) ∗ Requires MX882050C-003 or MX882007C-003 Sample MT8820C connection: when MT8820C is one set (Parallelphone measurement correspondence) GPIB Control • Batch Readout Command for Measured Results All results obtained by batch measurement can be read out with the single command: “ALLMEAS?”. the CDMA2000 1X and 1xEV-DO (Rev. 250 http://www. End-to-end video communication can be tested with two MT8820C units or a single MT8820C configured with Parallelphone Measurement.anritsu. Moreover. supporting function tests of terminals for both CDMA2000 1X and 1xEV-DO (Rev. increasing measurement throughput.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Video Phone Test End-to-end video communication between two W-CDMA/TD-SCDMA terminals supporting a video phone can be tested via the Ethernet port in the back panel of the MT8820C. ∗1: Parallelphone is the registered trademark of Anritsu Corporation ∗2: This function cannot be used when the MX882000C W-CDMA Measurement Ethernet Software or MX882007C TD-SCDMA Measurement Software is loaded. since the control program step size is also reduced. when MX882000C or MX882007C is loaded. easyto-read control programs with high maintainability are easily created.com . The reduced number of GPIB commands cuts the overhead of both the MT8820C and control PC. 0) systems∗2. If required. ∗3. 0) forward link signals can be output with synchronized system times. MX882006C.

47.anritsu. Setting resolution: 1 dB Display Color 8.5 dB (Output frequency: <50 MHz) (–110 to 0 dBm. at 10˚ to 40˚C) Signal purity Non-harmonic spurious: ≤–40 dBc (Offset frequency: ≥100 kHz).5 (H) × 498 (D) mm (excluding projections). ≤750 VA (with all Options) 426 (W) × 221. T6. Connector: SMA type Reference oscillator Frequency: 10 MHz Level: TTL Startup characteristics: ≤±5 × 10–8 (at 10 min after startup referenced to frequency 24 h after startup) Aging rate: ≤±2 × 10–8/day. S-CCPCH. –20 to +5 dB [0. no external device control Interface functions: SH1. Connector: BNC type Frequency Frequency range: 30 MHz to 2700 MHz (setting range: 0.1 dB step. Terminal disconnect (executes each processing conforming to 3GPP standards and performs pass/fail evaluation) Mobile terminal control: Output level.). ≤95% (no condensation) EMC: EN61326-1. 250 V max.4-inch TFT LCD.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications • MT8820C Radio Communication Analyzer Frequency range: 30 MHz to 2700 MHz Max. input level: +35 dBm (Main) Main I/O Impedance: 50 Ω. ±1. relative level for Ior (total level)] OCNS : Off. E2 100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC (–15/+10%.5 Hz to 63 Hz. ±0. –130 to 0 dBm (AUX) Resolution: 0. Origination. Network disconnect. MX882000C W-CDMA Measurement Software.2 dB (relative level accuracy for Ior) AWGN level: Off.4 MHz to 2700 MHz) Setting resolution: 1 Hz Accuracy: Due to reference oscillator accuracy Output level Level range: –140 to –10 dBm (Main). AH1. SCH. DC1. AICH : Off. after calibration.2 dB (–40 to 0 dB.0 dB.7 dB typ. ±1. relative level for Ior (total level)] AWGN level accuracy: ±0.com . EN61000-3-2 LVD: EN61010-1 General RF signal generator Others Power supply Dimensions and Mass Environmental conditions • MT8820C-001 W-CDMA Measurement Hardware.25 (1.3 (at SG Output level: ≤–10 dBm).1 dB step. Connector: N type AUX output Impedance: 50 Ω. ±0. ≥–65 dBm) Measurement object: DPCH. VSWR: ≤1.3 (>2. DPCH. Termination. RL1. ≤1. ≥–55 dBm). Harmonics: ≤–25 dBc Uninterrupted level variation Variable range: –30 to 0 dB.2 dB (relative level accuracy for Ior) Measurement items: BER.2 GHz).9 dB (–65 to –55 dBm) ∗After calibration. ≤±1 × 10–7/year (referenced to frequency 24 h after startup) Temperature characteristics: ≤±5 × 10–8 Connector: BNC type External reference input Frequency: 10 MHz or 13 MHz (±1 ppm) Level: ≥0 dBm Impedance: 50 Ω. –30 to 0 dB [0.7 dB typ. ±0. Auto-setting Channel level accuracy: ±0. serial data input from rear panel call processing I/O port (BER) Call control: Registration. 640 × 480 dots External control GPIB: Control from external host with main unit as device (excluding some functions such as power-on).6 GHz to 2. BLER). PP0.5% (at input of single DPCCH and single DPDCH) Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –65 to +35 dBm (Main) Measurement accuracy: ±0. Loopback (executes each terminal control conforming to 3GPP standards) RF power Occupied bandwidth Adjacent channel leakage power RF signal generator Error rate measurement Call processing 251 http://www. VSWR: ≤1.5 dB (–25 to +35 dBm).6 GHz).4 dB (–40 to 0 dB. (Output frequency: ≥50 MHz).5 dB (Output frequency: <50 MHz) (–120 to –10 dBm. ≤95% (no condensation) Storage temperature and humidity: –20˚ to +60˚C.0 dB. at 10˚ to 40˚C Linearity: ±0. DT1. ≤1. (Output frequency: ≥50 MHz). L4. C0. after calibration. PICH.7 dB (–55 to –25 dBm). PRACH Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –10 to +35 dBm (Main) Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –10 to +35 dBm (Main) Measurement range: ≥50 dB (at ±5 MHz). BLER Measurement object: Loopback data imposed on DTCH (BER. ≤30 kg (with all Options) Operating temperature and humidity: 0˚ to +50˚C.2 GHz).2 (<1. ≥55 dB (at ±10 MHz) Output frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz (1 Hz step) Channel level CPICH. ±0. ±0. SR1. at 10˚ to 40˚C) AUX: ±1.1 dB Accuracy Main: ±1. P-CCPCH. MX88205xC W-CDMA Call Processing Software Modulation analysis Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –30 to +35 dBm (Main) Carrier Frequency accuracy: ± (Setting frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz) Modulation accuracy (residual vector error): ≤2.

HS-PDSCH based on HSDPA full rate for Category 13 and 14 Measurement items: BLER.7 dB (–55 to –25 dBm).7 dB (–55 to –25 dBm).5 dB (–25 to +35 dBm). ≥1 kHz) SINAD measurement at 1 kHz: ≥60 dB (≥1000 mVpeak). 1. 0. HS-DPCCH. E-DPCCH. Throughput Measurement object: ACK and NACK data imposed on HS-DPCCH Functions: Statistical analysis of CQI values reported from a mobile terminal Call control: Registration. 1. 9. 3.5 Hz) Level range: 1 mVpeak to 5 Vpeak (AF input) Max.9 dB (–65 to –55 dBm) ∗After calibration. ±0. 4. Throughput Measurement object: ACK and NACK data imposed on HS-DPCCH Call control: Registration. Fixed Reference Channel (H-Set 6). <50 Hz) Waveform distortion ≤30 kHz bandwidth: ≤–60 dB (≥500 mVpeak. ≤5 kHz). HS-PDSCH based on Fixed Reference Channel (H-Set 6) Transmit HS-SCCH. 1 Hz step Frequency accuracy: ± (Setting Frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + 0. allowable Input level: 30 Vrms Level accuracy: ±0. ≥–55 dBm). HS-PDSCH based on HSDPA full rate for Category 6. ≥54 dB (>50 mVpeak). 2. ≥–65 dBm) Measurement object: DPCH.4 dB (–40 to 0 dB. ±0. ≥–65 dBm) Measurement object: DPCH. ≤–54 dB (>50 mVpeak).5 dB (–25 to +35 dBm). Throughput Measurement object: ACK and NACK data imposed on HS-DPCCH Functions: Statistical analysis of CQI values reported from a mobile terminal Call control: Registration. and 10 Measurement items: BLER.2 dB (≥10 mVpeak.9 dB (–65 to –55 dBm) ∗After calibration. ≤–54 dB (≥70 mVpeak) Output impedance: ≤1 Ω Max.7 dB (–55 to –25 dBm). at 10˚ to 40˚C Linearity: ±0.1 Hz) Level setting range: 0 to 5 Vpeak (AF output) Level setting resolution: 1 mV (≤5 Vpeak). 5 Handset speaker volume: 0. ±0. at 10˚ to 40˚C Linearity: ±0. 4. Connection based on Fixed Reference Channel (executes each processing conforming to 3GPP standards and performs pass/fail evaluation) Mobile terminal control: Output level (executes each terminal control conforming to 3GPP standards) Throughput measurement CQI measurement Call processing • MX882000C-013 HSDPA High Data Rate Throughput measurement Call processing Functions: Transmit HS-SCCH. ±0.2 kbps Encoder input gain: –3 to +3 dB. Output current: 100 mA Frequency range: 50 Hz to 10 kHz Frequency accuracy: ± (Reference oscillator accuracy + 0. ±0. Connection for E-DCH RF Test (executes each processing conforming to 3GPP standards and performs pass/fail evaluation) Mobile terminal control: Output level (executes each terminal control conforming to 3GPP standards) Throughput measurement CQI measurement Call processing • MT8820C-011 Audio Board.5 dB (–25 to +35 dBm). E-DPDCH Call control: Registration. 10 µV (≤50 mVpeak) Level accuracy: ±0. ±0. ≥50 Hz). 9.2 dB (≥10 mVpeak.anritsu.4 dB (–40 to 0 dB. HS-DPCCH. and 10 (executes each processing conforming to 3GPP standards and performs pass/fail evaluation) • MX882000C-021 HSUPA Measurement Software RF power Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –65 to +35 dBm (Main) Measurement accuracy: ±0.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MX882000C-011 HSDPA Measurement Software RF power Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –65 to +35 dBm (Main) Measurement accuracy: ±0.2 dB (–40 to 0 dB. HS-DPCCH Functions: Transmit HS-SCCH. ≥50 Hz).com . 8. 8.4 dB (–40 to 0 dB. E-DPCCH.4 dB (≥1 mVpeak. ±0. at 10˚ to 40˚C Linearity: ±0.9 dB (–65 to –55 dBm) ∗After calibration. 5 Frequency range: 30 Hz to 10 kHz. ±0. Connection for E-DCH RF Test (executes each processing conforming to 3GPP standards and performs pass/fail evaluation) Mobile terminal control: Output level (executes each terminal control conforming to 3GPP standards) Call processing • MX882000C-031 HSPA Evolution Measurement Software RF power Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –65 to +35 dBm (Main) Measurement accuracy: ±0. ≥–55 dBm). ≥–65 dBm) Measurement object: DPCH. ≤–46 dB (≥10 mVpeak) Input impedance: 100 kΩ AF output AF input 252 http://www. Connection based on HSDPA full rate for Category 6. ±0.2 dB (–40 to 0 dB. MX882000C-001 W-CDMA Voice Codec Voice codec Codec level adjustment AMR 12. Fixed Reference Channel.2 dB (–40 to 0 dB. 2. E-DPDCH Functions: Transmit HS-SCCH. HS-PDSCH based on Fixed Reference Channel (H-Set 8) Transmit HS-SCCH. ±0. ±0.01 dB step Handset microphone volume: 0. 3. HS-PDSCH based on Fixed Reference Channel Measurement items: BLER. ≥46 dB (≥10 mVpeak) Distortion rate measurement at 1 kHz: ≤–60 dB (≥1000 mVpeak). 100 µV (≤500 mVpeak). ≥–55 dBm).3 dB (≥10 mVpeak.

±1200. AHS1 Coding scheme: CS-1. Fixed pattern (PAT 0 . ≤4˚ peak Modulation accuracy (8PSK): ≤3% rms Output patterns: CCH. ≥45 dB (–30 to –10 dBm) Burst waveform display: Rise. ±1800. T-GSM810. at 10˚ to 40˚C Linearity: ±0. ≤4˚ peak Output patterns: CCH. ±200.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MT8820C-002 TDMA Measurement Hardware. MX882001C GSM Measurement Software Modulation analysis Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –30 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal. All 1. ±800. ≥–30 dBm) Carrier-off power: ≥65 dB (≥–10 dBm). CCH+TCH TCH data: PN9. Origination.com . HS1. Main) Measurement object: Normal burst. ±600. ±200. ≥45 dB (–30 to –10 dBm) Burst waveform display: Rise.5˚ rms. ±800. AFS.2 dB (–40 to 0 dB. Termination. P-GSM. ±1400. Burst-on Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal.7 dB (–30 to –20 dBm) Linearity: ±0. Main) Measurement object: Normal burst Measurement range in modulation area: ≤–55 dB (≤250 kHz offset). PCS1900 RF power Output RF spectrum RF signal generator Error rate measurement Call processing • MX882001C-011 EGPRS Measurement Software Modulation analysis Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –30 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal. GSM480. Terminal disconnect GPRS: Connection. CS-2. EFS. Time slot. 8PSK). ±600. E-GSM. GSM710. Disconnection. ±250. ≤2˚ peak Residual EVM (8PSK): ≤1. Connection. PN15. Timing advance. and CRC error measurement Measurement object: Loopback date imposed on uplink TCH (GMSK. E-GSM. RACH Measurement accuracy: ±0. fixed pattern (PAT 0 . Time slot. BLER Channel coding: FS. PN15. P3 Frequency bands: GSM450. RACH Carrier frequency accuracy: ± (Setting frequency x Reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz) Normal burst measurement ± (Setting frequency x Reference oscillator accuracy + 20 Hz) RACH measurement Residual phase error (GMSK) : ≤0. R-GSM. CCH+TCH TCH data: PN9. GSM850. TCH. Fall. at 10˚ to 40˚C Output RF spectrum Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –10 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal. ±1600. ≤2˚ peak Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –30 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal. GSM710. ≥–30 dBm) Carrier-off power: ≥65 dB (≥–10 dBm). All 0. ±2000 kHz Output frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz (1 Hz step) Phase error (GMSK): ≤1˚ rms. Data transfer Mobile terminal control: Output level. Burst-on RF power ∗After calibration. Main) Measurement object: Normal burst (GMSK.PAT 9) USF: 0 to 7 (GPRS) Functions: frame. PCS1900 RF signal generator Error rate measurement Call processing 253 http://www. P2. 8PSK) Number of blocks received from terminal imposed on uplink TCH for EGPRS Number of USF blocks received from terminal for EGPRS Call control: Registration.5 dB (–20 to +40 dBm). R-GSM. ±400. HS0. Main) Measurement object: Normal burst (GMSK. TCH. SRB Loopback Coding scheme: MCS-1 to MCS-4 (GMSK). ±0. ±400. GSM480. Loopback On/Off GPRS: Test Mode A. T-GSM810. 8PSK). bit.2 dB (–40 to 0 dB. ±2000 kHz Output frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz (1 Hz step) Phase error: ≤1˚ rms. RACH Carrier frequency accuracy: ± (Setting frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz) normal burst measurement ± (Setting frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + 20 Hz) RACH measurement Residual phase error: ≤0. Main) Measurement object: Normal burst (GMSK. Timing advance. GSM850. All 0. GSM750. ±0. P-GSM. Test Mode B. All 1. ≤–66 dB (≥400 kHz offset) Measurement range in transient area: ≤–57 dB (≥400 kHz offset) Measurement points: ±100. Time slot. RACH Measurement accuracy: ±0. ±1400. Network disconnect.7 dB (–30 to –20 dBm) ∗After calibration. 8PSK) Measurement range in modulation area: ≤–55 dB (≤250 kHz offset). ±1000. BLER. ±250. CS-4 Frequency bands: GSM450. ±1000. Data transfer (executes each processing conforming to 3GPP standards and performs pass/fail evaluation) Mobile terminal control GSM: Output level. DCS1800.5 dB (–20 to +40 dBm). Time slot. Test Mode A.5% rms Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –30 to +40 dBm (average power of burst signal.PAT 9) Functions: bit. MCS-5 to MCS-9 (8PSK) Puncturing scheme: P1. ±1200. CS-3. Fall. DCS1800. AHS0. ±1800. Main) Measurement object: Normal burst.anritsu. and CRC error measurement Measurement object: Loopback date imposed on uplink TCH Serial data input from rear panel call processing I/O port Number of blocks received from terminal imposed on uplink TCH for GPRS Number of USF blocks received from terminal for GPRS Call control GSM: Registration. ±1600. ≤–66 dB (≥400 kHz offset) Measurement range in transient area: ≤–57 dB (≥400 kHz offset) Measurement points: ±100.5˚ rms. GSM750. Disconnection.

≥50 Hz). 1 channel Fwd. 14.2.6. 42. Eighth (RC1 to 5) Fwd.4. 55. 14. 19. 46. MX882002C CDMA2000 Measurement Software Modulation analysis Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –30 to +35 dBm (Main) Carrier frequency accuracy: ± (Setting frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz) Modulation accuracy Residual waveform quality: >0. 76. –18 dBm (AUX Output) Functions: FER measurement with Service Option 2. 26. 9. 3. AWGN Off) AWGN level: Off. –40 to +12 dB (relative level for CDMA signal) Max. Alternate. Termination. 15.4. 1. and 32 (TDSO) Display items: FER. –30 to 0 dB. 3. 58. ≤5 kHz). GSM_AMR Encoder input gain: –3 to +3 dB. Half. 1. 115. 230. 100 µV (≤500 mVpeak).2 dB (–40 to 0 dB.8. 19. 9.25 dB step OCNS: Off.6 kbps RC4: 9. 32.4 dB (≥1 mVpeak. Korean PCS. 57.2 dB (code power ≥–15 dBc). allowable Input level: 30 V rms Level accuracy: ±0. –30 to 0 dB. ≤–46 dB (≥10 mVpeak) Input impedance: 100 kΩ AF output AF input • MT8820C-003 CDMA2000 Measurement Hardware. 2.2. 0. (≥–20 dB) PN offset: 0 to 511 Waveform quality: >0. SCH: Max. ±0.1 Hz) Level setting range: 0 to 5 Vpeak (AF output) Level setting resolution: 1 mV (≤5 Vpeak). All 0 (All up). 5 Handset speaker volume: 0. 3.4 dB (–40 to 0 dB.2. Protocol Revision Handoff.8.4. ≥46 dB (≥10 mVpeak) Distortion rate measurement at 1 kHz: ≤–60 dB (≥1000 mVpeak). Band Class/Channel Handoff. 46. DCCH Data Rate: Full (RC3 to 5) Fwd. 153.2 dB typ. 38. 14.6.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MT8820C-011 Audio Board.999 Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –65 to +35 dBm (Main) Measurement accuracy: ±0.1 dB step SYNC. ≥50 Hz). Terminal disconnect Radio Configuration: F-RC1+R-RC1.6 kbps RC5: 14.6. 2. SCH. FCH Data Rate: Full. Confidence level. All 1 (All down) Protocols: IS-95B. RC4 Input level: –30 to +35 dBm (Main) Measurement accuracy: ±0.com . 4. ≥54 dB (>50 mVpeak). Network disconnect. Closed Loop Power Control modes: Closed Loop. 32768 PCH Data Rate: Full QPCH Data Rate: Full Fwd. PCH: Off. Auto-setting [Relative level for Pilot Channel] QPCH: Off. 4. ±0. DCCH Walsh Code: 10. 2. 0. 55. <50 Hz) Waveform distortion ≤30 kHz bandwidth: ≤–60 dB (≥500 mVpeak. F-RC4+R-RC3. Sample frame count. ≤–54 dB (>50 mVpeak).9 dB (–65 to –55 dBm) ∗After calibration. 26. 30. 33. 30. F-RC3+R-RC3. 0. F-RC5+R-RC4 Service Option: SO1. Error frame count Band Class: BC 0 to 12. 58.8. ≥1 kHz) SINAD measurement at 1 kHz: ≥60 dB (≥1000 mVpeak).3 dB (≥10 mVpeak.anritsu. 18. ±0. –30 to 0 dB. at 10˚ to 40˚C Linearity: ±0. 19 Call control: Registration.5 dB (–25 to +35 dBm). 76.4 dB (code power ≥–23 dBc) Output frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz (1 Hz step) Channel level [Relative level for Ior (total level)] Pilot Channel: Off. 42. 153. Origination.2 dB (≥10 mVpeak. 0. ±0.25 dB step FCH. FCH Walsh Code: 10.01 dB step Handset microphone volume: 0. ≤–54 dB (≥70 mVpeak) Output impedance: ≤1 Ω Max. Output level at AWGN ON: –28 dBm (MAIN Output). 10 µV (≤50 mVpeak) Level accuracy: ±0. ≥–65 dBm) Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –10 to +35 dBm (Main) At Reverse RC3. MX882001C-001 GSM Voice Codec Voice codec Codec level adjustment GSM_EFR. output current: 100 mA Frequency range: 50 Hz to 10 kHz Frequency accuracy: ± (Reference oscillator accuracy + 0. 38. ±0. 62 Fwd. RC/SO Handoff RF power Occupied bandwidth Code domain power measurement RF signal generator Error rate measurement Call processing 254 http://www. ARIB T-53.4 kbps Access Probe: Access Channel Rev. –5 to +2 dB. IS-2000 (SR1) Handoff: Universal Handoff. 62 Fwd. ≥–55 dBm). 28. Quarter. 1 dB step Channel level accuracy: ±0. 5 Frequency range: 30 Hz to 10 kHz Frequency accuracy: ± (Setting frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + 0. J-STD-008C.5 Hz) Level range: 1 mVpeak to 5 Vpeak (AF input) Max.2 dB (≥10 mVpeak. DCCH: Off. SCH Data Rate RC3: 9. F-RC2+R-RC2. ±0.7 dB (–55 to –25 dBm).99 (pilot only.

CS-SYNC (output synchronized burst wave) Function: BER measurement Measurement object: serial data input from rear panel call processing I/O port Call control: Registration. Softer Handoff Rev. Termination. CS-SYNC) –30 to +35 dBm (Main) (Measurement object: Continuous wave) Carrier frequency accuracy: ± (Setting frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz) Modulation accuracy: ± (indicated value of 2% + 0. ≤–65 dB at ±900 kHz Output frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz. PN15. All 0 (All up).2 dB (–40 to 0 dB. ≥–30 dBm) Carrier-off power measurement: ≥55 dB (≥–10 dBm) ≥ (RF power [dBm] + 70) dB (Wide dynamic range power measurement) Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –10 to +40 dBm (Main) (Measurement object: PS-TCH. AT Origination. 0. Communication. 14. FETAP+RETAP Call processing • MT8820C-011 Audio Board.7%) rms Origin offset: ±0. Hard Handoff.anritsu. MX882006C 1xEV-DO Measurement Software Modulation analysis RF power Occupied bandwidth Code domain power measurement Dependent on the performance of MX882002C Dependent on the performance of MX882002C Dependent on the performance of MX882002C Input level: –30 to +35 dBm (Main) Measurement accuracy: ±0. ±0. Open Session. Alternate. 2. 19 Call control: Close Session. Alternate. AWGN Off) AWGN level: Off. at 10˚ to 40˚C Linearity: ±0.01 dB step Handset microphone volume: 0. Output level at AWGN ON: –28 dBm (MAIN Output). 5 Handset speaker volume: 0. MAC channel. –18 dBm (AUX Output) Functions: PER measurement with FTAP Display items: PER. Control channel. 3. MX882005C PHS Measurement Software Modulation analysis Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –30 to +40 dBm (Main) (Measurement object: PS-TCH. FTAP+RTAP RF signal generator Error rate measurement Call processing • MX882006C-011 1xEV-DO Rev. CS-SYNC) –30 to +35 dBm (Main) (Measurement object: Continuous wave) Measurement accuracy: ±0. All 1 (All down) Test application protocol: RTAP. Handover RF power Occupied bandwidth Adjacent channel leakage power RF signal generator Error rate measurement Call processing 255 http://www. 15. CS-TCH.5 dB (–20 to +40 dBm). AT Origination. Network disconnect. 18. AT Release. Open Session. –40 to +12 dB (relative level for CDMA signal) Max. CS-TCH. All 1 (All down) Physical Layer Protocol: Subtype 2 Enhanced Test Application Protocol: RETAP.99 (pilot only. 5 • MT8820C-002 TDMA Measurement Hardware. 14. CS-TCH (PN9. Terminal disconnect. 1.com . Confidence level. PS-SYNC. ±0. A Measurement Software Modulation analysis RF power Occupied bandwidth Code domain power measurement RF signal generator Error rate measurement Dependent on the performance of MX882006C Dependent on the performance of MX882006C Dependent on the performance of MX882006C Dependent on the performance of MX882006C Dependent on the performance of MX882006C Functions: PER Measurement with FETAP Display items: PER. Hard Handoff. Closed Loop Power Control modes: Closed Loop. Sample packet count. Error packet count Band class: BC 0 to 12. 1 Hz step Modulation accuracy: ≤3% rms Modulation data Output continuous wave: PN9. All 0 (All up). CS-TCH. Origination. Traffic channel: 0 dB PN offset: 0 to 511 Waveform quality: >0. MX882002C-001 CDMA2000 Voice Codec Voice codec Codec level adjustment EVRC (SO3) Encoder input gain: –3 to +3 dB. 4 bits data Output burst wave: PS-TCH. NW Release. Sample packet count. FTAP. 2.4 dB (code power ≥–23 dBc) Output frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz (1 Hz step) Channel level [Relative level for Ior (total level)] Pilot Channel. 18. NW Origination. 19 Call control: Close Session. Closed Loop Power Control modes: Closed Loop. Confidence Level. Softer Handoff Rev. Error packet count Band class: BC 0 to 12.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MT8820C-005 1xEV-DO Measurement Hardware. PS-SYNC.7 dB (–30 to –20 dBm) ∗After calibration. CS-SYNC) –10 to +35 dBm (Main) (Measurement object: Continuous wave) Measurement range: ≤–60 dB at ±600 kHz. 4. 4. 3. CS-TCH. 1. 15.2 dB (code power ≥–15 dBc). NW Origination. PN15 are selectable as communication data) PS-SYNC. PS-SYNC. AT Release. CS-SYNC) –10 to +35 dBm (Main) (Measurement object: Continuous wave) Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –10 to +40 dBm (Main) (Measurement object: PS-TCH.5 dB to single level of –30 dBc Transmission rate: ±1 ppm (Measurement range: 384 kbps ±100 ppm) Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –30 to +40 dBm (Main) (Measurement object: PS-TCH. PS-SYNC. NW Release. FETAP.

16QAM) CS-SYNC (π/4 DQPSK. (16QAM) CQI measurement Call processing Functions: Statistical analysis of CQI values reported from a mobile terminal Call control: Registration. Terminal disconnect. when measurement object modulation type is 16QAM) Call control: Registration.7 dB (–55 to –25 dBm).4 dB (–40 to 0 dB. Terminal disconnect (executes each processing conforming to 3GPP standards and performs pass/fail evaluation) Mobile terminal control: Output level. Origination.2 dB (–40 to 0 dB. Measuring object Call processing • MT8820C-001 W-CDMA Measurement Hardware.2 Mbps UE Class (QPSK). Origination.anritsu.5 dB (–25 to +35 dBm).8 Mbps Measurement object: ACK and NACK data imposed on HS-SICH UE UE UE UE Class Class Class Class (16QAM). –20 to +5 dB [0.1 Mbps UE Class (QPSK). RMC 2. L/2 DBPSK. Network disconnect. Termination. 8PSK. UpPCH Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –10 to +35 dBm (Main) Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –10 to +35 dBm (Main) Measurement range: ≥50 dB at ±1. π/2 DBPSK) PS-SCCH (π/2 DBPSK) CS-TCH (π/4 DQPSK.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MX882005C-011 Advanced PHS Measurement Software Same performance as MX882005C PHS Measurement Software Measurement objects are as follows: Measurement object: PS-TCH (L/4 DQPSK.2 dB (Relative level accuracy for Ior) AWGN level: Off. RMC 2. ≥–65 dBm) Measurement object: DPCH. (16QAM). 16QAM) PS-SYNC (π/4 DQPSK. Network disconnect. Communication.1 dB step. RMC 1. FRC2 (executes each processing conforming to 3GPP standards and performs pass/fail evaluation) Mobile terminal control: Output level (executes each terminal control conforming to 3GPP standards) 256 http://www. RMC 1. Relative level for Ior (total level)] Channel level accuracy: ±0. Handover (in π/4 DQPSK. Termination.6 Mbps UE Class (QPSK).1 Mbps RMC 1.9 dB (–70 to –55 dBm) ∗After calibration. ≥55 dB at ±3.com . π/2 DBPSK). π/2 DBPSK. at 10˚ to 40˚C Linearity: ±0.8 Mbps UE Class (QPSK).5 Mbps UE Class (QPSK).2 dB (Relative level accuracy for Ior) Measurement items: BER. ±0. 8PSK. PN15) Call control: Registration. π/2 DBPSK) (For modulation measurement. call processing for FRC1. ±0. BLER Measurement object: Loopback data imposed on DTCH (PN9.5% (at single code input) Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –70 to +35 dBm (Main) Measurement accuracy: ±0. MT8820C-007 TD-SCDMA Measurement Hardware. ±0.6 MHz. ≥–55 dBm). Connection based on RMC (executes each processing conforming to 3GPP standards and performs pass/fail evaluation) Mobile terminal control: Output level (executes each terminal control conforming to 3GPP standards) • MX882007C-021 TD-SCDMA HSUPA Measurement Software Modulation analysis Call processing Dependent on the performance of MX882007C (when HSUPA RMC Code is input) Origination control: Registration.6 Mbps RMC 2. MX882007C TD-SCDMA Measurement Software Modulation analysis Frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz Input level: –30 to +35 dBm (Main) Carrier frequency accuracy: ± (setting frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz) Modulation accuracy (residual vector error): ≤2.1 dB step. Loopback (executes each terminal control conforming to 3GPP standards) RF power Occupied bandwidth Adjacent channel leakage power RF signal generator Error rate measurement Call processing • MX882007C-011 TD-SCDMA HSDPA Measurement Software Throughput measurement Functions: Throughput measurement using RMC Reference channel: RMC 0. Relative level for Ior (total level)] AWGN level accuracy: ±0. guaranteed only when no bias in symbol point. RMC 1.2 MHz Output frequency: 300 MHz to 2700 MHz (1 Hz step) Channel level DPCH: –30 to 0 dB [0.2 Mbps RMC 2. (16QAM).

4 dB (≥1 mVpeak.3 dB (≥10 mVpeak. ≥46 dB (≥10 mVpeak) Distortion rate measurement at 1 kHz: ≤–60 dB (≥1000 mVpeak). <50 Hz) Waveform distortion ≤30 kHz bandwidth: ≤–60 dB (≥500 mVpeak.com . ±0. ±0. 3.anritsu. ≥50 Hz). ≤5 kHz). 1. 2. 5 Frequency range: 30 Hz to 10 kHz Frequency accuracy: ± (Setting Frequency × Reference oscillator accuracy + 0.1 Hz) Level setting range: 0 to 5 Vpeak (AF output) Level setting resolution: 1 mV (≤5 Vpeak). 4. ≤–46 dB (≥10 mVpeak) Input impedance: 100 kΩ AF output AF input 257 http://www.2 dB (≥10 mVpeak.2 dB (≥10 mVpeak.2 kbps Encoder input gain: –3 to +3 dB.01 dB step Handset microphone volume: 0. 100 µV (≤500 mVpeak). ≥54 dB (>50 mVpeak). ≤–54 dB (≥70 mVpeak) Output impedance: ≤1 Ω Max.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MT8820C-011 Audio Board. allowable Input level: 30 V rms Level accuracy: ±0. 1. 10 µV (≤50 mVpeak) Level accuracy: ±0. 2.5 Hz) Level range: 1 mVpeak to 5 Vpeak (AF input) Max. 5 Handset speaker volume: 0. ≥50 Hz). Output current: 100 mA Frequency range: 50 Hz to 10 kHz Frequency accuracy: ± (Reference oscillator accuracy + 0. ≤–54 dB (>50 mVpeak). 4. MX882007C-001 TD-SCDMA Voice Codec Voice codec Codec level adjustment AMR 12. 0. ≥1 kHz) SINAD measurement at 1 kHz: ≥60 dB (≥1000 mVpeak). 3.

MT8820C Name Main frame Radio Communication Analyzer Standard accessories Power Cord. P-type). MT8820C-005.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. 1 m Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P). P-type) · D-Sub (9 pin. with protective cover. MX882000C-021. MX882000C. ∗5: This Test USIM can be worked on only W-CDMA mode. P0035B can be applied. 2 m I/O Adapter (for call processing I/O) Joint Plate (4 pcs/set) Carrying Case (hard type. and MX882007C) TD-SCDMA HSUPA Measurement Software Parallel Phone Measurement Software∗2 [requires MT8820C-012. and MX882002C) 1xEV-DO External Packet Data (requires MX882006C) 1xEV-DO Rev. the two same measurement hardware (2 board/set) and one measurement software] LTE FDD Measurement Software Lite∗3 1 1 1 1 pc pc pc pc Model/Order No. MT8820C-005.com . MT8820C-003. MX882050C MX882050C-002 MX882050C-003 MX882050C-008 MX882050C-009 MX882050C-011 MX882070C MT8820C-ES210 MT8820C-ES310 MT8820C-ES510 P0019 P0035B A0058A J1249 J1267 J0576B J0576D J0127A J0127C J0007 J0008 MN8110B B0332 B0499 B0499B Name W-CDMA Call Processing Software∗3 (requires MX882000C) W-CDMA External Packet Data∗3. • CF® card is a registered trademark of SanDisk Corporation in the United States and is licensed to CFA (Compact Flash Association). ∗2: The following measurement hardware supports the Parallelphone measurement option: MT8820C-001. and MX882050C) HSUPA Measurement Software (requires MT8820C-001. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. and MX882050C) HSPA Evolution Measurement Software∗3 (requires MT8820C-001. MX882000C-011. MT8820C-007. MX882000C. P-type). ∗3: For terminal connectivity. 2 m Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P). MX882000C. P-type) · D-Sub (15 pin. 0. A) RF measurements. ∗4: These options preinstall the integrity protection function. 0) and IS-856-A (1xEV-DO Rev. MX882000C. MX882000C-011.anritsu. and MX882050C) GSM Measurement Software (requires MT8820C-002) GSM Voice Codec (requires MT8820C-011 and MX882001C) GSM External Packet Data (requires MX882001C) EGPRS Measurement Software (requires MX882001C) GSM High-speed Adjustment (requires MX882001C) CDMA2000 Measurement Software (requires MT8820C-003) CDMA2000 Voice Codec (requires MT8820C-011 and MX882002C) CDMA2000 External Packet Data (requires MX882002C) PHS Measurement Software (requires MT8820C-002) Advanced PHS Measurement Software (requires MX882005C) 1xEV-DO Measurement Software (requires MT8820C-003. without casters) CA68ADP W3320AE MT8820C-001 MT8820C-002 MT8820C-003 MT8820C-005 MT8820C-007 MT8820C-011 MT8820C-012 MT8820C-043 MT8820C-101 MT8820C-102 MT8820C-103 MT8820C-105 MT8820C-107 MT8820C-111 MT8820C-112 MT8820C-143 MT8820C-177 MX882000C MX882000C-001 MX882000C-011 MX882000C-013 MX882000C-021 MX882000C-031 MX882001C MX882001C-001 MX882001C-002 MX882001C-011 MX882001C-041 MX882002C MX882002C-001 MX882002C-002 MX882005C MX882005C-011 MX882006C MX882006C-002 MX882006C-011 MX882007C MX882007C-001 MX882007C-003 MX882007C-011 MX882007C-021 MX882010C MX882042C ∗1: The MT8820C-005 hardware supports both IS-856-0 (1xEV-DO Rev. All the measurement hardware can be installed simultaneously. ∗4 (requires MX882050C) W-CDMA Video Phone Test∗3 (requires MX882050C) W-CDMA Band XI∗3 (requires MX882050C) W-CDMA Band IX∗3 (requires MX882050C) HSDPA External Packet Data∗3 (requires MX882000C-011) W-CDMA Ciphering Software∗3 (requires MX882050C) Warranty Extended Two Year Warranty Service Extended Three Year Warranty Service Extended Five Year Warranty Service Application parts TEST USIM001∗5 W-CDMA/GSM Test USIM Handset CDMA2000 Cable [D-Sub (15 pin. name and quantity when ordering. used in combination with J1267 (sold separately)] CDMA2000 Cross Cable [D-Sub (9 pin. MT8820C-002. When the connection of GSM or TD-SCDMA is necessary. 258 http://www. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. 1 m GPIB Cable. MX882000C-011. • Parallelphone™ is a registered trademark of Anritsu Corporation. MT8820C-007. and MX882050C) HSDPA High Data Rate (requires MT8820C-001.5 m GPIB Cable. A Measurement Software (requires MX882006C) TD-SCDMA Measurement Software (requires MT8820C-001 and MT8820C-007) TD-SCDMA Voice Codec (requires MT8820C-011 and MX882007C) TD-SCDMA Video Phone Test (requires MX882007C) TD-SCDMA HSDPA Measurement Software∗3 (requires MT8820C-001. 3 m: CF Card: PC Card Adapter : MT8820C Operation Manual (CD-ROM): Options W-CDMA Measurement Hardware TDMA Measurement Hardware CDMA2000 Measurement Hardware 1xEV-DO Measurement Hardware∗1 TD-SCDMA Measurement Hardware Audio Board Parallel Phone Measurement Hardware CDMA2000 Time Offset CAL For GPS SG (requires MT8820C-003 and MX882002C) W-CDMA Measurement Hardware Retrofit TDMA Measurement Hardware Retrofit CDMA2000 Measurement Hardware Retrofit 1xEV-DO Measurement Hardware Retrofit∗1 TD-SCDMA Measurement Hardware Retrofit Audio Board Retrofit Parallel Phone Measurement Hardware Retrofit CDMA2000 Time Offset CAL For GPS SG Retrofit (requires MT8820C-003 and MX882002C) TD-SCDMA Measurement Retrofit Softwares W-CDMA Measurement Software (requires MT8820C-001 and MX88205xC) W-CDMA Voice Codec (requires MT8820C-011 and MX882000C) HSDPA Measurement Software (requires MT8820C-001. Model/Order No. 1 m Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P). contact your Anritsu sales representative. reverse cable used in combination with J1249 (sold separately)] Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P). with protective cover and casters) Carrying Case (hard type.

and remote management over LAN. it performs bit error rate (BER) tests in the loopback state. To assess the mobile Tx section. the mobile terminal and base stations are connected over an air interface via RF. and repair/adjustment centers (service centers). mobile terminal after-sales service is an important factor in assuring terminal reliability. requiring no expert knowledge to measure mobile terminals. *2: Anritsu provides test parameters upon request. The major benefits of the MT8510B are its simple operation. Mobile terminals and cellular phones have become indispensable and popular with users. Therefore. To assess the Rx section. Contact our sales staff for more details.anritsu. maximum output power. Performance can also be tested by connecting the mobile terminal and MT8510B using a cable. and frequency error during W-CDMA measurement. As a result. error vector magnitude (EVM). full performance tests must be executed in an equivalent environment. inner loop power control. automatic test coverage of actual mobile terminal use. They can also be printed at the built-in printer. • Close-to-actual Network Testing Environment In daily use. the MT8510B tests open loop power control. such as cell phone sales offices (service points). MA8120E Shield Box Example of Measured Results 259 http://www. Test items and evaluation thresholds for each performance test are created/saved as a test parameter*2 file using software bundled with the MT8510B. Tests are started by selecting the on-screen mobile model and pressing the Start button. The MA8120E Shield Box with internal wideband antenna (sold separately) is used to support testing including the mobile antenna. Test results are displayed on the LCD and using Pass and Fail LEDs on the front panel. • Simple Operation *1: The MT8510B hardware has multi-band support. It supports the multiple frequency bands standardized for future W-CDMA systems just by installing software.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SERVICE TESTER MT8510B All-in-one W-CDMA and GSM Go/No-Go Testing • Lightweight • Test Results Output at Built-in Printer • Remote Control Over LAN • Easy-to-use The MT8510B Service Tester*1 is a Go/No-Go tester for 3G W-CDMA and 2G GSM mobile terminals. The MT8510B can be used almost anywhere related to after-sales service of mobile terminals.com .

• Remote Control Over LAN MT8510B units deployed at service points.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Supports Intersystem Handover Control • W-CDMA and GSM Sequence Tests The MT8510B Service Tester performs sequence tests easily by installing dedicated software for W-CDMA and GSM plus test parameters in test files for the appropriate sequence tests. firmware downloaded. Tests can be started and stopped.com . The test information files are created using the MX851010B or MX851060B Remote Control Software. However. MT8510B Rear Panel PC Ethernet 10BASE-T Setup Example Service Center Testing MX851060B Remote Control Software 260 http://www. W-CDMA and GSM Sequence Test • Multiband Support The MT8510B meets the multiband specifications ensuring compliance with future designated W-CDMA frequency bands. MT8510B MT8510B Handover from W-CDMA to GSM W-CDMA GSM Intersystem Handover Control W-CDMA Test Test starts GSM900 and DCS1800 Tests GSM850 and PCS1900 Tests Test ends Press Start button. the mobile terminal must support the W-CDMA and GSM auto-switch function or Intersystem handover control. and test information controlled by installing the bundled remote control software in an external PC. service centers.anritsu. and other service locations can be used more efficiently by remote control over LAN. • Maintenance Solution Anritsu's total maintenance solution offers customers the MT8510B for primary fault diagnosis and the MT8820C for repair and calibration. settings changed.

0 MHz (R-GSM900) 921.0 MHz to 1910.1 dB RF signal generator accuracy: ±1.0 MHz to 915.0˚ rms (DCS1800.0 MHz (DCS1800) 1710.0 MHz to 840.0 MHz (PCS1900) 1930.0 MHz [W-CDMA (VI)] 875.0 MHz (P-GSM900) 890.0 MHz to 915.0 MHz to 1880.5˚ rms (GSM850.0 MHz to 915.5˚ rms (GSM850.0 MHz to 849.0 MHz to 1910.8-inch (320 × 240 dots) LED: Testing (lit).com .0 MHz 100 kHz step Impedance: 50 Ω.0 MHz (DCS1800) 1805.5 dB (–30 dBm ≤ Input level < –20 dBm) ±2. R-/E-/P-GSM900) ≤2.0 MHz [W-CDMA (III)] 1710.0 dB (–60 dBm ≤ Input level < –30 dBm. PCS1900) (0 dBm ≤ Input level) (with MX851030B) ≤1.0 MHz to 1990. Fail (red) Measured date/time. 5. W-CDMA uplink input level ≤ +25 dBm) MX851000B: –30 to +28 dBm (W-CDMA uplink average power) (with MX851030B) –60 to +28 dBm (W-CDMA uplink average power) MX851001B: –30 to +35 dBm (GSM uplink in-burst average power) (with MX851030B) –60 to +35 dBm (GSM uplink in-burst average power) Level measurement accuracy: ±1.0 MHz to 1880.5 (H) × 355 (D) mm (excluding projections).0 MHz to 1785.0 MHz to 885.0 MHz [W-CDMA (II)] 1850.0 MHz to 894. Pass (green).anritsu. VSWR: 1.0 MHz (P-GSM900) 935.0 dB (0 dBm ≤ Input level) ±1.0 MHz to 960.0˚ rms (DCS1800.0 MHz [W-CDMA (V)] 824.0 MHz [W-CDMA (VI)] 830.5. 47.0 dB (0 dBm ≤ Input level) ±1.0 MHz (E-GSM900) 880.2 dB (–20 dBm ≤ Input level < 0 dBm) ±1.0 MHz to 849.0 MHz to 1785.0 MHz Reception frequency (Uplink) (GSM850) 824.0 dB (–45 dBm < Output level ≤ –20 dBm. Output level ≤ –45 dBm) MX851000B: Residual vector error: ≤6.0 MHz (E-GSM900) 925.0 MHz (PCS1900) 1850.).2 dB (–20 dBm ≤ Input level < 0 dBm) ±1.0 MHz [W-CDMA (V)] 869.5 kg max.0 MHz to 1990. Connector: N type Output level Level range: –110 to –45 dBm [When MX851030B is installed] –110 to –20 dBm Resolution: 0.0% rms (0 dBm ≤ Input level) (with MX851030B) ≤6. ≤70 VA 326 (W) × 138. 250 V max.0 MHz to 960.0 MHz [W-CDMA (III)] 1805.0 MHz [W-CDMA (I)] [W-CDMA (II)] 1930.0 MHz (R-GSM900) 876. Continued on next page Frequency resolution Input impedance General Transmission output (Downlink)* Reception input (Uplink)* Modulation accuracy* Display Built-in printer External interface Power supply Dimensions and Mass *: Temperature conditions 10˚ to 40˚C 261 http://www.5 dB [When MX851030B is installed] ±1. and serial number printed on test log UE Control connector: DX50 type 100BASE-TX/10BASE-T: RJ-45 USB Connector: USB A type Voice Input/Output connector: Phone jack [when MT8510B-13 is installed] Reference signal output connector: BNC type 100 to 120 VAC/200 to 250 VAC (±15%. PCS1900) (–20 dBm ≤ Input level) Color TFT LCD: 3. model name.5 Hz to 63 Hz.0 MHz to 2170.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications • MT8510B Service Tester MX851000B W-CDMA Measurement Software Transmission frequency (Downlink) 2110. R-/E-/P-GSM900) ≤2.0 MHz Frequency range MX851001B GSM Measurement Software Transmission frequency (Downlink) (GSM850) 869.5 dB (–30 dBm ≤ Input level < –20 dBm) (with MX851030B) ±1.0% rms (–20 dBm ≤ Input level) MX851001B: Residual phase error: ≤1.0 MHz to 960.0 MHz to 894.5 dB (Output level ≤ –45 dBm) ±2.0 MHz Reception frequency (Uplink) [W-CDMA (I)] 1920.0 MHz to 1980.

anritsu. Mobile disconnection.0 dB (–60 dBm ≤ Input level < Tx power 0 dBm) –20 dBm) 0 dBm) –20 dBm) –30 dBm.0 dB (0 dBm ≤ Input level) ±1.2 dB (–20 dBm ≤ Input level ±1.0 dB (0 dBm ≤ Input level) ±1. output level ≤ –45 dBm) Performance test* Power vs. 95% (no condensation) Storage temperature and humidity: –20˚ to +60˚C. with MX851030B) Pass/Fail judgement for mobile Tx output frequency stability Measurement accuracy: ≤10 Hz (–10 dBm ≤ Input level) (–30 dBm ≤ Input level.0 dB (0 dBm ≤ Input level) ±1.0 dB (–60 dBm ≤ Input level < –30 dBm.0% (rms) (0 dBm ≤ Input level) (–20 dBm ≤ Input level.5 dB (–30 dBm ≤ Input level ±2. EN61000-3-2 LVD EN61010-1 Selftest function Environmental conditions Others • MX851000B W-CDMA Measurement Software. Mobile disconnection.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Operating temperature and humidity: 0˚ to +50˚C. MX8510xxB W-CDMA Call Processing Software Function test Call processing Audio test Location registration. Network disconnection Voice test by signal loopback at MT8510B Pass/Fail judgement for mobile output Tx power –30 to +35 dBm (GSM uplink in-burst average power) (with MX851030B) –60 to +35 dBm (GSM uplink in-burst average power) Measurement Level accuracy: ±1.com . with MX851030B) Pass/Fail judgement for mobile Tx modulation accuracy Residual phase error: ≤1.2 dB (–20 dBm ≤ Input level < ±1. 95% (no condensation) EMC EN61326-1. with MX851030B) Pass/Fail judgement by measuring mobile reception error at Ref.0 dB (0 dBm ≤ Input level) ±1. Output level ≤–45 dBm) Open loop power control Inner loop power control Performance test* Modulation accuracy Frequency stability Reference sensitivity CPICH RSCP Minimum output power (with MX851030B) *: Temperature conditions 10˚ to 40˚C • MX851001B GSM Measurement Software Function test Call processing Audio test Location registration.5 dB (–30 dBm ≤ Input level < –20 dBm) ±2. PCS1900) (0 dBm ≤ Input level) (–20 dBm ≤ Input level. R-/E-/P-GSM900) ≤2.0˚ (rms) (DCS1800.0 dB (–60 dBm ≤ Input level Pass/Fail judgement for mobile open loop Tx power Pass/Fail judgement for mobile Tx power control Pass/Fail judgement for mobile Tx modulation accuracy Residual vector error: ≤6.0 dB (0 dBm ≤ Input level) ±1. Network disconnection Voice test by signal loopback at MT8510B Pass/Fail judgement for mobile maximum output Tx power –30 to +28 dBm (W-CDMA uplink average power) (with MX851030B) –60 to +28 dBm (W-CDMA uplink average power) Measurement level accuracy: ±1. Sensitivity low field strength reception Display and Pass/Fail judgement for measured mobile Rx level and Rx QoS Modulation accuracy Frequency stability Reference sensitivity Mobile report *: Temperature conditions 10˚ to 40˚C 262 http://www. Call termination. Call termination.5 dB (–30 dBm ≤ Input level < [When MX851030B is installed] ±1. with MX851030B) Pass/Fail judgement by measuring bit error of mobile at low field strength reception Pass/Fail judgement for measured CPICH RSCP Pass/Fail judgement by measuring mobile bit error at low field strength reception Reception level range –60 to +28 dBm (W-CDMA uplink average power) Measurement level accuracy ±1. with MX851030B) Pass/Fail judgement for mobile Tx output frequency stability ≤10 Hz (–10 dBm ≤ Input level) (–30 dBm ≤ Input level.2 dB (–20 dBm ≤ Input level ±1. Time Pass/Fail judgement for mobile burst waveform Dynamic range: ≥40 dB (0 dBm ≤ Input level) ≥40 dB (–20 dBm ≤ Input level.5 dB (–30 dBm ≤ Input level < ±2.5 dB (–30 dBm ≤ Input level (with MX851030B) ±1. Output level ≤–45 dBm) Maximum output power < 0 dBm) < –20 dBm) < 0 dBm) < –20 dBm) < –30 dBm.2 dB (–20 dBm ≤ Input level < 0 dBm) ±1. Call origination. Call origination.5˚ (rms) (GSM850.2 dB (–20 dBm ≤ Input level < ±1.

Hard disk: 25 MB min. Output impedance. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. 2.2 kbps Handset microphone volume levels: 6 steps Handset speaker volume levels: 6 steps Phone jack (rear panel) Converted to modular connector using RJ11 Adapter Cable (J1225) ≥10 kΩ ≤2 kΩ Same as Main frame (MT8510B) MX851050B W-CDMA Call Processing Software.5 m) Coaxial Adapter (N-P · SMA-J) Handset RJ11 Adapter Cable (for connecting MT8510B and A0013) MT8510B Operation Manual (Booklet) F0012 J1109B Z0618 P0029A W2499AE MX851010B MX851060B MT8510B-14 MT8510B-13 MT8510B-23 MT8510B-24 Standard accessories Power Cord. Controller PC: OS: Windows (2000/XP). and Environmental conditions same as W-CDMA Voice Codec Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.5 m) Coaxial Cord (1. • Intel® Celeron® is registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries P0035B J1110B J1158A J1159A BA-A858 A0058A J1225 W2498AE 263 http://www. MX851001B for GSM) W-CDMA Call Processing Software*4 (requires MX851000B. Display resolution: 800 × 600 dots min. and MX851050B) GSM Measurement Software GSM Voice Codec (requires MT8510B-13 and MX851001B) Wide Dynamic Range (requires MT8510B-14. MT8510B-ES210 MT8510B-ES310 MT8510B-ES510 MX851000B MX851000B-01 MX851001B MX851001B-01 MX851030B MX851050B Name Maintenance service 2 years Extended Warranty Service 3 years Extended Warranty Service 5 years Extended Warranty Service Software W-CDMA Measurement Software (requires MX851050B) W-CDMA Voice Codec (requires MT8510B-13. MT8510B Main frame Service Tester Name Model/Order No. MX851000B-01 W-CDMA Voice Codec • MT8510B-13 Voice Codec Board. MX851001B GSM Measurement Software MX851001B-01 GSM Voice Codec EFS Voice codec *: Handset level adjustment. contact your Anritsu sales representative. MX851000B W-CDMA Measurement Software Voice codec Handset level adjustment Input/Output connector Input impedance Output impedance Environmental conditions AMR 12. Straight). name and quantity when ordering.*2 (English. 5 m: Printer Sheet: USB Flash Memory 256 MB: MT8510B Operation Manual*1 (CD-ROM): Remote Control Software*1. Memory: 64 MB min. CD-ROM): Wide Dynamic Range Board*3 Options Voice Codec Board Voice Codec Board Retrofit Wide Dynamic Range Board Retrofit*3 1 1 1 1 1 1 pc pc pc set (5 rolls) pc pc 1 pc 1 pc *1: All-in-one CD-ROM *2: The MT8510B can be controlled remotely by a PC over LAN. 5 m UE IF Cable (1.15A: LAN Cable (Cat5... CPU: Intel Celeron 400 MHz min. MX851000B.6 m: Fuse. Cross). Model/Order No. *3: Standard option with MT8510B shipped before November 2005 *4: For W-CDMA terminal connection. CD-ROM) Application parts W-CDMA/GSM Test USIM LAN Cable (Cat5. • Windows® is registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. I/O connectors. 3. Input impedance.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MT8510B-13 Voice Codec Board. (free space to install software). CD-ROM): Remote Control Software*1.com .*2 (Japanese. MX851000B and MX851050B for W-CDMA.anritsu.

*2: In case of using MA8120A’s connecting cable for MA8120E. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. and other such mobile devices using an air connection. control signal and RF)*1 Connecting Cable for RS232C (Serial cable externally connected to MA8120E. J1215A Name Terminal I/F Cable [DX36 · USB A type Female]. Inc. 170 mm. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 testing of W-CDMA. sold separately) UE I/F Cable (for W-CDMA mobile phone connection inside MA8120E. (for USB connection inside MA8120E. MA8120E B0560A W2651AE J1150D J1150G J1151B J1153A J1155A J1157B Main frame Shield Box Name Model/Order No. control signal)*1 UE I/F Cable with RF (for W-CDMA mobile phone connection inside MA8120E. 100 mm.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SHIELD BOX MA8120E 800 MHz to 2500 MHz Shield Box Suitable for Testing Mobile Phones Features • The internal wide-band antenna (800 MHz to 2500 MHz) enables Specifications Frequency Shield performance Antenna coupling amount External Interface Internal Dimensions and Mass (excluding protrusion) Environment conditions EMC LVD 800 MHz to 2500 MHz ≥60 dB ≥–25 dB RF connector: N type Control connector: DX50 type RF connector: SMA type Control connector: DX36 type Within 330. 264 http://www. 3 m) Control Cable for PC (USB cable externally connected to MA8120E. • UE multi holder can hold various shape UEs. used in combination with J1311A/B. CDMA2000. • The Bluetooth® mark and logos are owned by Bluetooth SIG. GSM. sold separately) J1311A J1311B J1312 Z0820A *1: The W-CDMA UE connector complies with EIAJ STD. Bluetooth . Model/Order No. sold separately) Control I/F Cable [DX50 · DX50. allowing air connection measurements in proper position. used in combination with J1215A. and are used by Anritsu under license.8 (W) × 181 (H) × 393 (D) mm 7 kg or less Temperature: 0˚ to +50˚C (operating) –20˚ to +60˚C (storage) EN61326-1. • CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA).com . name and quantity when ordering. Serial cable internally connected to MA8120E) Optional parts DX-50-CV1 Plug Cover Case*2 Rubber Band (for B0560A) Standard accessories UE Multi Holder: MA8120E Operation Manual: 1 pc 1 copy J1266A Application parts Coaxial Cord (N-P · N-P. Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. cover for DX-50-CV need to change DX-50-CV1. • Both air and coaxial connections between mobile phones and the MA8120E are available. J type. and PHS mobile terminals as well as Wireless LAN.anritsu. used in combination with J1151B. 300 mm. PDC. Serial cable internally connected to MA8120E) Connecting Cable for RS232C (DX36 · D-Sub 9 pin. 170 mm) Coaxial Cord (N-P · N-P. J type. for external measurement equipment connection cable (control signal line)] Connecting Cable for RS232C (DX36 · D-Sub 9 pin.

AWGN. PDC. HSDPA/HSUPA∗2. including a wide vector modulation bandwidth and large-capacity baseband memory. Bluetooth. Fading∗2. Mobile WiMAX∗2. DVB-T/H∗2. Multi-carrier∗2. CDMA2000 1xEV-DO∗2. 250 kHz to 6 GHz (option) • Wide Vector Modulation Bandwidth 120 MHz (Internal baseband generator) 150 MHz (External IQ input) • High Level Accuracy ±0. AWGN. XG-PHS∗2. • WiMAX® is a trademark or registered trademark of WiMAX Forum. (Linearity) • High-speed Waveform Transfer over 100BASE-TX Ethernet • Built-in 40 GB Hard Disk • Large-capacity Baseband Memory 1 GB = 256 Msamples/channel (Standard) 2 GB = 512 Msamples/channel (Option) • Waveform Addition Function Adds and outputs two signals. supporting evaluation of general-purpose mobile communications. Inc. • CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA). such as mobile phones as well as wireless LANs. such as wanted signal + interference signal or wanted signal + AWGN • Built-in Standard 20 Mbps BERT Analyzer 1 kbps to 20 Mbps (Standard) 100 bps to 120 Mbps (Option) Waveform patterns for communication systems bundled as standard: W-CDMA/HSDPA. CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO Wireless LAN (IEEE802. The MG3700A supports digital modulation signals for a wide range of wireless systems. In addition. • Bluetooth® and related logomarks are owned by Bluetooth SIG. LTE (TDD)∗2 ∗1: Read the MX3701xxA Series Software Catalog for details.anritsu. 250 kHz to 6 GHz (Option) GPIB Ethernet Supports the Evaluation of Wireless Communications Evolving into the 4th Generation The MG3700A Vector Signal Generator is based on a 160 MHz arbitrary waveform generator. BS.2 dB typ. ∗2: A license key must be installed in the main frame. and are used by Anritsu under license. Inc. Supports Various Communication Systems∗1 • Waveform Patterns Performance and Functions • Frequency Range 250 kHz to 3 GHz (standard).MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS VECTOR SIGNAL GENERATOR MG3700A 250 kHz to 3 GHz. • MATLAB® is a registered trademark of The MathWorks. Anritsu’s IQproducer software can create waveform data for transfer to the MG3700A via 100BASE-TX Ethernet. Digital Broadcast (ISDB-T. GSM/EDGE.11a/b/g). 265 http://www. ARIB STD-T61/T79/T86) IQproducer Waveform Generation Software • (Optional software license) IQproducer is GUI-based PC application software for changing parameters and generating waveform patterns in compliance with the following system standards: W-CDMA. TDMA∗2.com . CATV) Optional Waveform Patterns • Waveform patterns for the following communication systems are offered as options: TD-SCDMA Public Radio System (RCR STD-39. LTE (FDD)∗2. IQ sample data files (ASCII) created using general Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools such as MATLAB can also be converted to waveform patterns for the MG3700A. PHS. CS. GPS.5 dB (Absolute level accuracy) ±0. • IQproducer™ is a registered trademark of Anritsu Corporation.

5 dB typ. If the hard disk fails. To transfer long patterns at high speed. (≥–120 dBm 25 MHz ≤fc ≤3 GHz. Both bandwidths are supported up to 6 GHz. (≥–120 dBm 3 GHz <fc ≤6 GHz. E-ATT∗) ±0. shortening update times. Frequency Characteristic Vector Modulation Bandwidth (Using external IQ input) Linearity SSB Phase Noise (25 MHz ≤ f ≤3 GHz) (CW. the MG3700A supports 100BASE-TX LAN connections.8 dB typ. The modulation bandwidth of 150 MHz can be achieved when using external IQ input. waveform data can be transferred simultaneously to all MG3700A units over the LAN. Frequency changing speed: Normal) MG3700A Vector Signal Generator ARB Memory 100BASE-TX LAN: 500 ksamples/s = 2 MB/s (Typ) HDD 40G 256 Msamples/channel (standard) 512 Msamples/channel (option) 3. Waveform patterns are read from the hard disk and saved to memory for instant output without accessing the hard disk again. M-ATT: Mechanical attenuator • Wide Vector Modulation Bandwidth An RF modulation bandwidth of 120 MHz is available when using internal baseband signal generation. E-ATT∗) ±0.com . M-ATT∗) • High-speed Transfer over 100BASE-TX Ethernet ∗: E-ATT: Electronic attenuator. • Up to 2 GB Waveform Memory The large-capacity waveform memory can save many waveform patterns. • Built-in 40 GB Hard Disk Various large-capacity waveform patterns and MG3700A parameters can be saved the built-in 40 GB hard disk. typ. (≥–120 dBm 25 MHz ≤fc ≤3 GHz.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • High Level Accuracy Absolute level accuracy: ±0.anritsu. M-ATT∗) ±0. it can be changed using the optional HDD ASSY. CF Card: 375 ksamples/s = 1. Continuous mode: OFF. The transfer speed between the hard disk and waveform memory is fast (14 MB/s.5 Msamples/s= 14 MB/s (Typ) The waveform pattern is saved in the large arbitrary waveform memory.8 dB typ.5 dB typ. (≥–100 dBm 3 GHz <fc ≤6 GHz.). Wideband high-speed communication systems require transmission of long waveform patterns.5 MB/s (Typ) Save/Recall • Waveform patterns • Setting parameter 266 http://www. When the waveform patterns of two or more MG3700A systems must be updated.

RCR STD-39: Narrow band digital-communications system ARIB STD-T61: Narrow band digital-communications system ARIB STD-T79: Public digital-communications system ARIB STD-T86: Public digital-communications system ∗: Read the MX3701xxA Software catalog for details.211. Test receivers per IEEE 802. MX370103A CDMA2000 1xEV-DO IQproducer Parameters can be changed and the required waveform patterns can be generated for CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Forward/Reverse signals. MX370104A Multi-carrier IQproducer The MX370104A Multi-carrier IQproducer software is GUI-driven PC application software for creating multi-carrier waveform patterns for the modulation and tone signals of various communication systems. addition of AWGN) by reading waveform patterns for the MG3700A.211. MX370107A Fading IQproducer The MX370107A Fading IQproducer supports generation of faded waveform patterns (fading of each IQ channel. as well as combine and output both signals simultaneously. Waveform patterns. calculation of correlation line. such as Adjacent Channel Selectivity (ACS) or Blocking characteristics. Data. TS36. The generated waveform pattern can be used for the receiver sensitivity test using BER measurement and for the final operation check using the video.814. the following IQproducer licenses are required: MX370101A HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducer Parameters can be changed and the required waveform patterns can be generated for HSDPA Uplink/Downlink and HSUPA E-DPDCH/ EDPCCH. and TS25. and TS25.28 Mcps TDD Option (TD-SCDMA) MX370002A Public Radio System Waveform Pattern Waveform patterns complying with RCR STD-39 and ARIB STD-T61/ T79/T86∗. TS36. MX370001A TD-SCDMA Waveform Pattern Waveform patterns for transmission/reception test of 3GPP 1.213.814. The Channel Configuration can be selected from 1x1 SISO. 1x2 SIMO. and 2x2 MIMO. To download generated waveform patterns to the MG3700A and output signals.212. MX370109A XG-PHS IQproducer The MX370109A XG-PHS IQproducer supports creation of required waveform patterns by changing parameters standardized in the next generation PHS (XGP: eXtended Global Platform). When measuring receiver characteristics. The MG3700A can output a signal from either memory. • Software Options: IQproducer License∗ The IQproducer software can be installed in a PC for evaluation before purchase. such as Uplink/Downlink and PN9/PN15 continuous waves. Frame.5. MX370105A Mobile WiMAX IQproducer Create UL and DL waveforms that comply with the IEEE 802. 2x1 MISO.4. and Filter. as well as a function for creating a waveform pattern with W-CDMA Downlink multi-carrier and clipping. Use these files wherever a mobile WiMAX signal is required.16e standard using a drop-and-drag GUI.Receiver Requirements (excluding the tests that require test equipment other than a Signal Generator). Waveform patterns created by another IQproducer or IQ data (ASCII) created by general simulation tools can be selected as the input file. each of which can hold one waveform pattern. Waveform patterns are downloaded to the MG3700A for use. A video file waveform pattern is generated by reading the user's MPEG-2 TS file.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Waveform Combining Function The MG3700A has two built-in arbitrary waveform memories. MX370102A TDMA IQproducer Parameters can be changed and the required waveform patterns can be generated for TDMA system signals. one MG3700A can output both the Wanted Signal and the Interfering Signal or the Wanted Signal with AWGN.1 (2004-11) Physical Layer specification are set and a waveform pattern is generated. Input bit rate: 1 kbps to 20 Mbps Measurable BER: 0 to 1% A BER option supports measurement from 100 bps to 120 Mbps. Wanted Signal + Interfering Signal Screen • Built-in Standard 20 Mbps BER The built-in BER analyzer supports easy BER measurement. MX370106A DVB-T/H IQproducer The parameters for the ETSI EN 300 744 V1. There is also a function for converting two waveform patterns with different sampling rates to a waveform pattern with one sampling rate. 267 http://www.com . Digital signal processing ensures excellent level accuracy. MX370108A LTE IQproducer The MX370108A LTE IQproducer supports creation of required waveform patterns by changing parameters standardized in the 3GPP LTE FDD specifications of 3GPP TS36.anritsu.16e standard section 8. TS36. The parameters that can be set include Modulation. MX370110A LTE TDD IQproducer The MX370110A LTE TDD IQproducer supports creation of required waveform patterns by changing parameters standardized in the 3GPP LTE TDD specifications of 3GPP TS36.13 . Slot. • Software Options: Waveform Pattern∗ Waveform pattern options provide waveform data meeting the requirements of various communication systems and can be used by the MG3700A built-in arbitrary waveform generator.212.

After CAL execution.16e) RCR STD-39 GSM/EDGE TD-SCDMA Multi-carrier CDMA2000 ETC/DSRC W-CDMA Bluetooth AWGN Communication system Waveform pattern Preinstalled MX370001A TD-SCDMA MX370002A Public Radio System Standard accessories AWGN Standard accessories W-CDMA MX370101A HSDPA/HSUPA MX370102A TDMA MX370103A CDMA2000 1xEV-DO MX370104A Multi-carrier MX370105A Mobile WiMAX MX370106A DVB-T/H MX370107A Fading MX370108A LTE FDD MX370109A XG-PHS MX370110A LTE TDD √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ Multi-carrier IQproducer is software that generates the multi-carrier signal based on waveform pattern of various telecommunications systems. 250 kHz to 6 GHz (Option) 0. Ref Input) Frequency: 10 MHz. External ALC: Off.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Selection guide Digital Broadcast (DVB-T/H) ARIB STD-T61/T79/T86 WLAN (IEEE802. Aging rate: ±1 × 10–8/day. Temperature stability: ±1 × 10–9 (0˚ to 50˚C). Only during modulation mode [Input level to DAC (RMS): Full scale 14 dB to full scale 17 dB. Connector: BNC-J (rear panel. Memory mode: Except combining two waveform. Specifications MG3700A Vector Signal Generator The following conditions are applied unless otherwise specified. IQ Output: Off. Sampling rate: >100 kHz. Separate CH tables can be assigned to two or more systems (groups).7 Vp-p/50 Ω (AC coupled). response time from final command to ±100 Hz) When Frequency change speed = Normal: ≤40 ms (When exceeding 3 GHz) ≤15 ms (When the amount of frequency change is less than 1 GHz without exceeding 3 GHz) ≤20 ms (When the amount of frequency change is 1 GHz or more without exceeding 3 GHz) When Frequency change speed = Fast: ≤40 ms (When exceeding 3 GHz) ≤10 ms (When not exceeding 3 GHz) With Mechanical Attenuator Option Regardless of frequency change speed. the corresponding frequency is displayed simultaneously. ±1 × 10–7/year.: ≤100 ms (When exceeding 3 GHz) ≤80 ms (When not exceeding 3 GHz) Direct setup: Absolute value of frequency is set up and displayed. Setup by CH: CH assigned to frequency. Input level: ≥0. Frequency switching speed: Normal. Temperature stability: ±2 × 10–8 (0˚ to 50˚C). Output level: TTL (DC-coupled).anritsu. Start-up characteristics (at 23˚C): ±1 × 10–9 (After 7 min.11a/b/g) Digital Broadcast (BS/CS/CATV/ISDB-T) HSDPA (Test Model5) CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Next-generation PHS (XGP) 3GPP LTE (FDD) √ √ √ 3GPP LTE (TDD) HSDPA/HSUPA Advanced-PHS Mobile WiMAX (IEEE802. [Continuous mode: Off. Continued on next page IQproducer Internal reference oscillator External reference input Buffer output (Reference output) Frequency Switching time Frequency setup and Display 268 http://www. Buffered Output) Response time from final command to ±0. Common to CW mode and modulation mode. compared to frequency after 24 h warm-up) With Rubidium Reference Oscillator Option Frequency: 10 MHz. Connector: BNC-J (rear panel. During internal modulation] Range Resolution 250 kHz to 3 GHz (Standard). Group names and CH numbers are set and displayed. Furthermore. compared to frequency after 24 h warm-up) Frequency: 5 MHz/10 MHz (auto-switching).1∗ ppm of set frequency on GPIB ∗ (When set frequency is 1 GHz or less. Pulse modulation: Off]. Aging rate: ±1 × 10–10/Month. √ √ √ √ √ Read the MX3701xxA Software catalog for details. Operating range: ±1 ppm.com Fading PDC GPS PHS . Start-up characteristics (at 23˚C): ±5 × 10–8 (After 5 min. √ √ Fading IQproducer is software that generates the Fading signal based on waveform pattern of various telecommunication systems.01 Hz Frequency: 10 MHz.

3 dB typ. 3 G < f ≤6 G∗ ±0. Output level ∗ Upper frequency 6 GHz options required for “3 GHz < f ≤6 GHz.3 (250 kHz ≤ f ≤3 GHz).7 dB ±1. At CW.8 dB ±0. (at –120 to –7 dBm. (at –120 to –11 dBm. RF Output) Reverse input power: 1 W peak (≥300 MHz). dBµV) At CW and 23 ±5˚C: Level (p) [dBm] +3 <p ≤+6 –1 <p ≤+3 –120 ≤p ≤–1 –127 ≤p <–120 –136 ≤p <–127 Accuracy 250 k ≤ f < 25 M Frequency (f) [Hz] 25 M ≤ f ≤3 G ±0. N-J (front panel.55 (3 GHz < f ≤6 GHz) With Mechanical Attenuator Option At ≤–7 dBm output level: 1. f ≥250 kHz @M-ATT) <–60 dBc (Expect the intersection spurious∗ of 2.5 dB ±0.01 dB steps over the range of +3 to –10 dB. 3 GHz to 6 GHz) ∗Intersection spurious: 4.5 dB typ. accuracy range: –136 to +6 dBm) With Mechanical Attenuator Option –140 to +19 dBm (At CW.2 dB typ. 3 G < f ≤6 G∗ ±0. ≤10 ms (Continuous mode) f ≥25 MHz: ≤10 ms (Not based on mode) With Mechanical Attenuator Option ≤80 ms (Normal mode).5 dB typ.5 dB typ.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS –140 to +13 dBm (At CW. DC: 0 V At CW. <–44 dBc (3 GHz to 6 GHz) Continued on next page Linearity Switching time VSWR Special setting mode Continuous mode EXT ALC mode Output connector Maximum reverse input Spurious Harmonics Signal purity Non harmonic Power supply relation 269 http://www. Frequency (f) [Hz] 25 M ≤ f ≤3 G ±0. Settable range Unit Resolution ±0. 3 GHz < f ≤6 GHz) Response time from final command to ±0. ±0. accuracy range: –136 to +10 dBm) ∗ Refer to Vector modulation. 1. the reference output level can be adjusted continuously in 0.5 dB typ.8 GHz – [output frequency] (at 25 MHz to 3 GHz). f <25 MHz: ≤15 ms (Normal mode).25 W peak (<300 MHz).5 dB ±0. At vector modulation.5 dB ±0. 25 MHz ≤ f ≤3 GHz) ±0. level error in compared with CW for level accuracy at vector modulation. ≤–1 dBm (With Mechanical Attenuator Option: ≤+3 dBm) <–30 dBc (f ≥300 MHz @E-ATT. ≤10 ms (Continuous mode) At ≤–11 dBm output level: 1.5 dB typ. Output level is changed according to DC voltage input externally Variable range: –8/+3 dB. 1.8 dB ±1. 25 MHz ≤ f ≤3 GHz) ±0. 3 GHz < f ≤6 GHz) With Mechanical Attenuator Option At CW.7 dB ±1. –7 dBm and at 23 ±5˚C: ±0.com . ±0.5 dB typ.8 dB ±2.4 GHz. –11 dBm and at 23 ±5˚C: ±0. 8.1 dB of final level on GPIB.35 (3 GHz < f ≤6 GHz) Continuous mode and EXT ALC mode are exclusive modes By switching to the Continuous mode. Power: dBm Voltage: dBµV (terminate voltage display). DC: 0 V With Mechanical Attenuator Option Reverse input power: 1 W peak.01 dB (dBm.5 dB typ. Input impedance: 600 Ω (nominal). ALC) 50 Ω. (at –120 to –11 dBm. dBµV (open voltage display) 0.anritsu.3 dB typ. (at –120 to –7 dBm.25 (250 kHz ≤ f ≤3 GHz). 25 MHz to 3 GHz) <–54 dBc (Expect the intersection spurious∗ of 4.5 dB typ.8 GHz – [output frequency] (at 3 GHz to 6 GHz) <–50 dBc (250 kHz to 3 GHz). Connector: BNC-J (rear panel.5 dB ±0. 0.5 dB ±0. ∗ Upper frequency 6 GHz option required for 3 GHz < f ≤6 GHz. With Mechanical Attenuator Option Level (p) [dBm] +7 <p ≤+10 –100 ≤p ≤+7 –120 ≤p <–100 –127 ≤p <–120 –136 ≤p <–127 250 k ≤ f < 25 M ±0.4 GHz.5 dB ±0.0 dB ±2.2 dB typ. Ext.

Input connector: 50 Ω BNC-J (rear panel. 1800 MHz to 2400 MHz) At 23 ±5˚C and Output level: ≤–4 dBm (With Mechanical Attenuator Option: ≤0 dBm) ≤1% rms. 256 Msamples/channel Max.5 V When output open. 13 = Q. 1 carrier] At guaranteed range (Level) of level accuracy under following modulation conditions 50 MHz ≤ f ≤3 GHz: Level ≤+2 dBm 3 GHz < f ≤6 GHz: Level ≤–1 dBm With Mechanical Attenuator Option 50 MHz ≤ f ≤3 GHz: Level ≤+7 dBm 3 GHz < f ≤6 GHz: Level ≤+4 dBm ≤–40 dBc (at 23 ±5˚C) ≤–40 dBc (at 23 ±5˚C. Up to 4096 waveform patterns opened per waveform memory (A/B) 100 packages per waveform memory.84 MHz. 1/16 times of input frequency generated internally.com . Ext Pulse Mod Input) When output open.1% Accuracy: ±0. 3 ports TTL.5 dB (1 kHz sine wave. 512 Msamples/channel Max. Modulation Input IQ) I. Input impedance: 50 Ω. 30. level error in comparison with CW∗ ∗ At modulation mode. 16. 800 MHz to 1000 MHz. 1/2.5 V to +3. With ARB Memory Upgrade 512 Msample option 256 Msamples/channel × 2. rms = 1634) Variable step: 0. Rise/fall time: <90 ns (10 to 90%).MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS At 23 ±5˚C and Output level: ≤–1 dBm (With Mechanical Attenuator Option: ≤+3 dBm) ≤2% rms. Spectrum Normal: Usual spectrum output Spectrum Reverse: Inverted spectrum output ON/OFF ratio: >60 dB. 1/8. Output frequency: 2400 MHz to 2497 MHz.84 MHz typ. etc. 1800 MHz to 2400 MHz) At 23 ±5˚C when using signal of W-CDMA (Test Model1 64DPCH): –66 dBc/3. –63 dBc/3. Output frequency: 800 MHz to 1000 MHz. (Duty 50%) Input range: 0 to 5 V. 1800 MHz to 2400 MHz) With Mechanical Attenuator Option –62 dBc/3. 128 Msamples/channel × 2. and used as DAC sampling clock Connector: BNC-J (rear panel. (Duty 50%). Input level threshold: about 1 V. 70 MHz. Q ≤+5 V (peak). Rise/Fall time: <90 ns (10 to 90%).84 MHz typ.5 V (rms. ON/OFF ratio: >60 dB. Output voltage amplitude + DC offset: –3. AUX Input/Output Connector 1/2/3) Range: 20 kHz to 160 MHz. such as pulse modulation signal (for internal modulation). (≤–1 dBm. Input connector: BNC-J (Front panel..anritsu. Q signal changeable when internal modulation. Pin assignment (10 = I. A and B. Amplitude change: • I and I changes simultaneously • Q and Q changes simultaneously • I/ I and Q/Q changes independently Amplitude variable range: 0 to 120% (100% = 640 mV rms. 8. 100 patterns in one package.497 MHz) At 23 ±5˚C when using signal of W-CDMA (Test Model1 64DPCH): –61 dBc/3.11b. (≤+3 dBm. frame timing signal. 14 = Q. ≤1% rms typ. Baseband Reference Clock) Input level: ≥0.925 MHz) ≤5% peak (at modulation equal to IEEE802. (≤–4 dBm. D-Sub 15-J (rear panel. Pulse repetition frequency: DC to 1 MHz.400 MHz to 2. 2. Resolution: 0. differential). ALC: Off Carrier leakage Image rejection External modulation RF Spectrum invert Internal modulation Pulse modulation External modulation Output voltage range Output voltage amplitude IQ output DC Offset variable range Output connector Arbitrary function generation Waveform resolution LPF Function Marker output Number of ports Connector Internal clock signal Baseband reference clock signal External clock input signal Memory capacity Waveform memory Number of opened files 270 http://www. other = GND) 14 bit Automatic selection and manual selection 100.7 V (p-p)/50 Ω (AC coupled) Waveform memories. 4. Through When a signal is allotted to a marker signal bit at waveform generation. Amplitude variable range ≥10%) In-phase DC offset: Variable range: –1 V to +3 V. 1800 MHz to 2400 MHz) ±0. The polarity can also be reversed. (at W-CDMA Downlink 1 code modulation. –64 dBc/3. 10.2 dB [when outputting W-CDMA Downlink 1 code. 4.84 MHz.11a/g. (at OFDM modulation equal to IEEE802. Resolution: 10 mV Differential DC offset: Variable range: –50 mV to +50 mV. 800 MHz to 1000 MHz. (≤0 dBm.. 800 MHz to 1000 MHz. IQ Output. up to three signals.). 11 = I . BNC-J (rear panel. 3. Output frequency: 2. can be output. 1800 MHz to 2400 MHz) With Mechanical Attenuator Option –67 dBc/3. 300 kHz. Resolution: 50 µV 50 Ω. 800 MHz to 1000 MHz. Minimum number of samples per pattern: 100 Continued on next page EVM ACLR (5 MHz offset) ACLR (10 MHz offset) Vector modulation At vector modulation. Pulse repetition frequency: DC to 1 MHz.900 MHz to 5.001 Hz Input frequency range: 20 kHz to 40 MHz Divide and multiply functions: Signal of 1. Maximum input level: –5 V (peak) ≤I.84 MHz typ. 1.84 MHz typ. 1/4. When using complex sine wave of 10 MHz or less) Input level: √(I2 + Q2) = 0.

these two waveforms are added and then output. switched depending on situation Connector: BNC-J (Front panel. Two signal levels. Logic: Polarity Rise/Fall selected.8 to 2.01 dB Frequency offset variable width: ± (0. 11. EnableError. Enable (Polarity reversal supported. ALL0. ClockError. 23.) Frequency setting resolution: 1 Hz Switchable between continuous output and burst output. the pattern trigger will force a pattern switch. when sampling clock greater than 20 MHz. changes with system conditions and data rate) ≤359999. BitError.) Frequency setting resolution: 1 Hz In this mode. BNC-J (rear panel. 15. 20.) TTL Matches threshold (0. and the addition level ratio can be set in this mode. • Selection of pattern switching mode (Auto/Manual) • Selection of pattern switching point (Frame end/Pattern end) • Switching of pattern by an external trigger signal (enabled when the pattern switching mode is Manual) • Restart of sequence • Maximum number of elements: 200 • Minimum number of points per pattern: 1000 Level ratio setting range: Two-signal level ratio <80 dB or OFF Level setting resolution: 0. ALL1 (alternating 0 and 1) 0 to 1% (Reference value.4 V) of TTL 1 kbps to 20 Mbps PN 9. Edit Mode One waveform each is selected from waveform memory A and waveform memory B. Clock. the waveform memory B start offset and frequency offset. BNC-J connector Input level: TTL Logic: Rising or falling polarity BER Measurement of demodulated data sequence TTL. selection of waveform patterns using a combination file that defines addition of multiple waveform patterns. Endless.8 × Sampling Clock × 2n – Bandwidth)/2 (n: Maximum integer that satisfying Sampling Clock × 2n ≤80 MHz. Functional change: Connector shared by Start trigger and Frame trigger.01 dB Frequency offset variable width: ± (0.com . BER Input) Data.anritsu. Error Rate. Error Count 1000 to 4294967295 (232 – 1) bit Switched between enable/disable Continued on next page Waveform memory Memory mode Function Input connector Start/Frame trigger Start trigger Frame trigger Function Pattern trigger Input connector Function Input connector Input signal Input level Input threshold level BER Measurement function (Standard) Input bit rate Measurable patterns Measurable BER Measurable time Mode Display Measurable bit count Auto Resync function 271 http://www. Connector: Front panel. Starts waveform output Searches for burst timing at burst output Burst length data output and timing of frame trigger and waits for next frame trigger When using the sequence mode. the following sequence operations become enabled. Level ratio setting range: Two-signal level ratio <80 dB or OFF Level setting resolution: 0. Input level: TTL.8 × Sampling Clock × 2n – Bandwidth)/2 (n: Maximum integer that satisfying Sampling Clock × 2n ≤80 MHz when sampling clock greater than 20 MHz. Continuous.0 sec Single.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Defined Mode Selection of a single waveform pattern to be used in either waveform memory A or B. If a combination file that specifies two or more waveform patterns in waveform memory A is selected. SyncLoss. two waveform memories can be connected for use as a 256 Msamples long memory (512 Msamples long when ARB Memory Upgrade 512 Msample option installed). Pattern Trigger. Start/Frame Trigger). can be set.

anritsu.5 Hz to 63 Hz ≤200 VA Operating: +5˚ to +45˚C. T6. E2 Connector: GPIB (rear panel. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Auto Resync Measurement mode Display GPIB External interface 100BASE-TX Ether Memory card Size Display On/Off setting Screen save Voltage Power supply Temperature range Dimensions and Mass EMC LVD Frequency Power consumption 272 http://www. Error Count Control target: All functions except MAIN PWR switch. Enable (Polarity reversal supported) 0 to 5 V 0. Storage: –20˚ to +60˚C 426 (W) × 177 (H) × 451 (D) mm. 5000. ALL0. 15. 250 V Max. ≤15 kg (excluding option) EN61326-1. DC1.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Function Connector Input signal Input level Input threshold level Input impedance Adjustable range of input timing Input bit rate BER Measurement function (Option: MG3700A-031. 15fix. color TFT LCD Panel display On/Off Currently displayed screen saved to HDD/CF card as bitmap file 100 to 120 VAC. MG3700A-131) Measurable patterns Measurable BER Measurable bit count Measurable error bit BER Measurement of demodulated data Rear panel. SyncLoss Count. 20. SyncLoss. numerator = 1 to denominator/2. software. Endless BitError. CF Card) 8. Measurement will stop when the SyncLoss or Threshold error criteria is satisfied.00 V (0. BER Input. memory parameters. High impedance –1 to +15 clock (Data/Enable adjusted for input Clock) 100 bps to 120 Mbps PN 9. Overflow Data Count. RL1. ALL1.05 V step) 50 Ω. Continuous. Clock. and CH table can be saved or recalled to/from CompactFlash card Connector: Slot (front panel. Interface: SH1. 640 × 480 dots. L4. C0. Connector: RJ45 jack (front panel and rear panel. and screen contrast keys. ALT (alternating 0 and 1) PN 9fix. it is necessary to jumper the two jack on the rear panel using the straight-through cable (standard accessory). DT1. changes with system conditions and data rate) 1000 to 4294967295 (232 – 1) bit 1 to 2147483647 (231 – 1) bit ON/OFF: Select ON when SyncLoss and Threshold error detecting is used to control the measurement cycle. Threshold setting range: [numerator/denominator] Choose from denominator = 500. Overflow SyncLoss. Select OFF when SyncLoss and Threshold error detecting is not to be performed. (Default: 200/500) Single. 50000. 23. GPIB) Function: Waveform pattern transfer and control. Ethernet) In order to use the Ethernet jack on the front panel. [Local] key.) 47. 23fix.com .4-inch. UserDefine 0 to 10% (Reference value. Enable Error. Function: Waveform pattern. PP0. 20fix. 200 to 240 VAC (–15/+10%.20 to 3. TE0. Error Rate. 11fix. BNC-J connector Data. ClockError. AH1. SR1. 11.

Aging rate: ±1 × 10–8/day. BS. ALL1. ALL0. Classification Frequency range Outline 250 kHz to 3 GHz 250 kHz to 6 GHz Standard Reference oscillator Rubidium Reference Oscillator Electron Attenuator Attenuator Mechanical Attenuator 1 GB = 256 Msamples/channel Memory 2 GB = 512 Msamples/channel Internal/External √ √ BER Analyzer √ Hard disk 40 GB W-CDMA GSM/EDGE CDMA2000 1X/1xEV-DO W-LAN (IEEE802.anritsu. 273 http://www.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Configuration Guide The MG3700A Vector Signal Generator supports a variety of general hardware and software as standard equipment. CS.com . CATV) AWGN TD-SCDMA Public Radio System (ARIB STD-T61/T79/T86) HSDPA/HSUPA Universal TDMA CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Multi-carrier IQproducer License for each system∗ Mobile WiMAX DVB-T/H Fading LTE (FDD) XG-PHS LTE (TDD) Parameter setting function IQproducer (PC application software)∗ Data converter function √ Data transfer function Simulator function 1 year Warranty service 2 years 3 years 5 years √ √ √ ∗: Read the waveform pattern and IQproducer data sheet for details. ±1 × 10–7/year Rubidium Reference Oscillator Option Frequency: 10 MHz. display copy files.11a/b/g) PDC PHS Waveform patterns software∗ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ License required (Model: MX370001A) License required (Model: MX370002A) License required (Model: MX370101A) License required (Model: MX370102A) License required (Model: MX370103A) License required (Model: MX370104A) License required (Model: MX370105A) License required (Model: MX370106A) License required (Model: MX370107A) License required (Model: MX370108A) License required (Model: MX370109A) License required (Model: MX370110A) Various parameters of waveform pattern edited easily Parameter edit results saved as a setting file and can recalled Setting files converted to MG3700A waveform pattern License required for each system Setting file programmed in C or MATLAB converted to a waveform pattern without license Waveform patterns. repetition of 0 and 1 PN9fix/11fix/15fix/20fix/23fix. ALL1. Use the chart below to select options when higher performance than provided by the standard configuration is desired. Aging rate: ±1 × 10–10/Month Option Note Baseband generator Bluetooth GPS Digital Broadcast (ISDB-T. UserDefine Hard disk for saving waveform patterns and parameters √ √ Standard √ √ 6 GHz Frequency Extension Option Frequency: 10 MHz. repetition of 0 and 1 High speed BER Test function Input bit rate: 100 bps to 120 Mbps Measurable Patterns: PN 9/11/15/20/23. ALL0. and update programs transferred from PC to MG3700A via Ethernet For checking waveform pattern before transferring to MG3700A √ √ √ Standard 1 year + 1 year Standard 1 year + 2 years Standard 1 year + 4 years Waveform patterns saved hard disk License required √ √ √ √ Mechanical Attenuator Option Changes electronic attenuator to mechanical attenuator 128 Msamples/channel × 2 Maximum of 256 Msamples/channel ARB Memory Upgrade 512 Msample Option 256 Msamples/channel × 2 Maximum of 512 Msamples/channel Vector modulation bandwidth (Internal): 120 MHz Vector modulation bandwidth (External): 150 MHz Input bit rate: 1 kbps to 20 Mbps Measurable Patterns: PN 9/11/15/20/23.

DC to 18 GHz. 2. 1. Data actually measured by randomly selected measuring instruments. 50 Ω. DC to 12.0 M (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P) Coaxial Cord.92 to 2.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. product names and service names are registered trademarks of their respective companies. • Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. DC to 18 GHz. 0. For U link connection on Rear panel): CompactFlash: 1 pc CompactFlash Adapter: 1 pc MG3700A CD-ROM (Main frame operation manual. Example: Performance not warranted. • Pentium® is registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the USA and other countries.5 M (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P) Coaxial Cord.anritsu. Included to facilitate application of product. 50 Ω) Coaxial Cord.5 M (SMA-P · SMA-P. Must products meet typical performance. IQproducer software): 1 pc Options Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Aging rate: ±1 × 10–10/Month) Mechanical Attenuator (Changes standard electronic attenuator to mechanical attenuator) Upper Frequency 6 GHz (250 kHz to 3 GHz extended to 250 kHz to 6 GHz) ARB Memory Upgrade 512 Msample (Extends standard 128 Msample/channel × 2 to 256 Msample/channel × 2) High Speed BER Test Function (Extends standard BER test function) Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit (Retrofitted to shipped MG3700A) Mechanical Attenuator Retrofit (Retrofitted to shipped MG3700A) Electronic Attenuator Retrofit (Retrofitted to shipped MG3700A) Upper Frequency 6 GHz Retrofit (Retrofitted to shipped MG3700A) ARB Memory Upgrade 512 Msample Retrofit (Retrofitted to shipped MG3700A) High Speed BER Test Function Retrofit (Retrofitted to shipped MG3700A) Maintenance service Extended Warranty Service (2 years) Extended Warranty Service (3 years) Extended Warranty Service (5 years) Softwares (Waveform pattern) TD-SCDMA Waveform Pattern Public Radio System Waveform Pattern (RCR STD-39.0 M (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P) Coaxial Cord.6 m: LAN Straight Cable 1 pc (10 cm. 2. DC to 18 GHz.5 GHz. Trademarks: • IQproducer™ is a registered trademark of Anritsu Corporation. straight-through. name and quantity when ordering. and are used by Anritsu under license.0 M (SMA-P · SMA-P. • MATLAB® is a registered trademark of The MathWorks.5 M (SMA-P · SMA-P. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. Inc. 1. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name.0 M (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P) Coaxial Cord. MG3700A J0017F J1276 J1254 Z0742 Main frame Vector Signal Generator Name Model/Order No. 3 m) Ethernet Cable (Shield Type.4 GHz) Ethernet Cable (Shield Type. • Other companies. N-P) Band Pass Filter (pass band: 1. Standard waveform operation manual.4 GHz. ARIB STD-T61/T79/T86 Softwares (License key for IQproducer system) HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducer TDMA IQproducer CDMA2000 1xEV-DO IQproducer Multi-carrier IQproducer Mobile WiMAX IQproducer DVB-T/H IQproducer Fading IQproducer LTE IQproducer XG-PHS IQproducer LTE TDD IQproducer MG3700A-001 MG3700A-002 MG3700A-011 MG3700A-021 MG3700A-031 MG3700A-101 MG3700A-102 MG3700A-103 MG3700A-111 MG3700A-121 MG3700A-131 MG3700A-ES210 MG3700A-ES310 MG3700A-ES510 MX370001A MX370002A MX370101A MX370102A MX370103A MX370104A MX370105A MX370106A MX370107A MX370108A MX370109A MX370110A Typical (typ. 0. Nominal: Values not warranted. IQproducer operation manual. 274 http://www. 1. • CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA). K-J. 50 Ω) Coaxial Cord. • CompactFlash® is a registered trademark of SanDisk Corporation in the United States and is licensed to CFA (Compact Flash Association). DC to 18 GHz. 1 Wmax) Four-port Junction Pad (5 MHz to 3 GHz. Z0777 W2495AE W2496AE W2539AE W2533AE W2503AE W2504AE W2505AE W2633AE W2734AE W2798AE W2995AE W3022AE W3152AE W3221AE G0141 K240B MA1612A MP752A MA2512A J0576B J0576D J0127A J0127B J0127C J0322A J0322B J0322C J0322D J0004 J1261B J1261D J0008 J1277 B0329C B0331C B0332 B0333C B0334C P0021 P0022 P0023 Name Optional accessories Standard Waveform Pattern Upgrade Kit (DVD 4 piece sets) MG3700A Operation Manual MG3700A IQproducer Operation Manual MG3700A Standard Waveform Pattern Operation Manual MX370001A TD-SCDMA Waveform Pattern Operation Manual MX370101A HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducer Operation Manual MX370102A TDMA IQproducer Operation Manual MX370103A CDMA2000 1xEV-DO IQproducer Operation Manual MX370104A Multi-carrier IQproducer Operation Manual MX370105A Mobile WiMAX IQproducer Operation Manual MX370106A DVB-T/H IQproducer Operation Manual MX370107A Fading IQproducer Operation Manual MX370108A LTE IQproducer Operation Manual MX370109A XG-PHS IQproducer Operation Manual MX370110A LTE TDD IQproducer Operation Manual HDD ASSY (hard disk) Power Divider (K connector.17 GHz) Coaxial Cord. 50 Ω) Coaxial Adapter (N-P · SMA-J Conversion Adapter.0 M (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P) Coaxial Cord. cross. 50 Ω. 2. Inc. 50 Ω) Coaxial Cord. N-J) Termination (DC to 12. DC to 26. 1.): Performance not warranted.com .0 M (SMA-P · SMA-P. Model/Order No. • The Bluetooth® mark and logos are owned by Bluetooth SIG. 2 m IQ Output Conversion Adapter (D-Sub/BNC) Front Cover for 1MW 4U Front Panel Handle Kit (2 pcs/set) Joint Plate (4 pcs/set) Rack Mount Kit Hardtype Carrying Case (with front cover and a casters) CompactFlash 128 MB CompactFlash 256 MB CompactFlash 512 MB Standard accessories 1 pc Power Cord. 3 m) GPIB Cable. 2.

anritsu. 275 http://www. *3: It is a continuous modulation signal based on the communication system. distortion and S/N ratio.01 Hz and output level 0.01 dB • 30 MHz wideband and high-accuracy vector modulation • Excellent adjacent channel leakage power ratio • Various expansion units • Excellent adjacent channel leakage power ratio The typical adjacent channel leakage power ratio for W-CDMA system is –68 dBc/3. It uses vector modulator to provide excellent frequency response. high-speed vector modulation signals that are required for R&D and manufacturing of digital mobile communications equipment and related devices.com . In addition. it is not utilizable for receiver tests. it is not utilizable for receiver sensitivity test.84 MHz. It covers the frequency band of leading mobile communications systems for the frequency range of 250 kHz to 3 GHz. It can perform accurate receiver sensitivity test and transmitter adjacent channel leakage power test for highspeed modulation communications systems. CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA). Configuration of communication system software and expansion units Communication system W-CDMA/3GPP (FDD) cdmaOne HSDPA CDMA2000 1X*1 CDMA2000 1xEV-DO*2 GSM/EDGE*3 PDC*3. The MG3681A also has analog modulation functions such as AM and FM for testing of analog communications systems. Since coding format of the Forward is not performed. Expansion units such as MU368040A CDMA Modulation Unit for modulation signals generation of W-CDMA communication system can be installed on the expansion slots in the MG3681A.84 MHz and the secondary adjacent channel leakage power ratio is –75 dBc/3. its excellent signal purity and various functions such as memory and frequency sweep are useful as a general-purpose signal generator. *2: For the Forward. it is utilizable for receiver sensitivity test (RC1 & 3) in base station production.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS DIGITAL MODULATION SIGNAL GENERATOR MG3681A 250 kHz to 3 GHz GPIB For Evaluating Digital Mobile Communications Systems Build-to order product The MG3681A uses a wideband vector modulator to output the high-accuracy. NADC*3. Since coding format of the Forward and the Reverse is not performed. Various modulation signals can be generated with the expansion units and associated software. 8PSK and QPSK modulation is not available. Features • High-resolution setting of frequency 0. PHS*3 CDMA2000 1xEV-DO PDC packet PHS W-CDMA/3GPP CDMA2000 Applicable software MX368041B W-CDMA Software MX368042A IS-95 Device Test Software MX368041B-11 HSDPA Signal Pattern MX368031A Device Test Signal Generation Software MX368033A CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Signal Generation Software MX368034A PDC Packet Software MX368035A PHS Signal Generation Software – MU368060A AWGN Unit MU368030A Universal Modulation Unit MU368040A CDMA Modulation Unit Expansion units *1: Since coding format of the Reverse is performed. only 16QAM modulation is available.

V selected terminate/open voltage display) 0. ≤0 dBm <–118 dBc/Hz (≥10 MHz. Resolution: 0. 20 kHz offset 0 to 100% (cannot set internal/external modulation independently). continuous mode variance depends on modulation setting Safety mode: Mechanical attenuator decreases level to prevent generation of high-level signal spikes ALC on Usage: Continuous wave or pulse modulation wave (burst wave) with RF On time of 10 µs or more ALC time constant: Auto. ≤1010 MHz).5 dB of final level on GPIB at CW. ≤100 ms (safety mode). 500 µs selectable At Auto.01 Hz Depends on installed reference oscillator. 3 digit (W. TTL level (DC coupled).com .7 Vp-p/50 Ω (AC coupled). 500 ns. W. AC/DC coupled switchable. N-type connector (front panel) ≤50 ms (normal mode). ALC on. in band of ±1. 20 Hz to 20 kHz (external modulation AC coupled) *In band of ±1 dB based on modulation frequency of 1 kHz Depends on AF synthesizer (Option 21) 2 Vp-p approx.anritsu. Reference frequency accuracy: ± (5% of FM setting deviation + 5 Hz) for frequency modulation Frequency *: Aging rates down to 5 × 10–10/day are available as reference crystal oscillator (MG3681A Option 01/02). <2 MHz ≥2 MHz. BNC connector (rear panel) 10 MHz. dBµV units). 50 µs.5 dB based on modulation frequency of 1 kHz Upper limit frequency Vector modulation and Vector modulation or wideband AM off wideband AM on AM: 30% AM: 80% AM: 30% 3 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 1 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz Modulation frequency response AM Frequency ≥0. 24 µs. Resolution: 0. 10 kHz (1010 kHz to 2000 kHz deviation) DC to 20 kHz (internal modulation.. automatically selected depending on frequency. 1 kHz (101 kHz to 1000 kHz deviation).. BNC connector (front panel) Positive/Negative switchable Continued on next page 276 http://www. ±10 ppm. External modulation DC coupled). ALC on. 240 µs. AM and vector modulation [when digital modulation unit (option) is used] The ALC time constant is automatically selected. 5 µs. <10 MHz ≥10 MHz Lower limit frequency DC (Internal modulation. external modulation DC coupled). 1320 MHz) – Those related power: <–40 dBc SSB phase noise Range *CW. 0 dBm) CW. ≤10 ms (continuous mode) *Response time from final command to ±0. 10 MHz/13 MHz auto-switching. ALC on Frequency Level ≤+13 dBm. BNC connector (rear panel) ≤20 ms (response time from final command to ±500 Hz of set frequency on GPIB at CW. depending on the set frequency. V (dBµV. ALC on Continuous mode: Level continuously adjustable in set value range of ±10 dB (dBm. ALC on. 20 Hz (External modulation AC coupled) Internal modulation External modulation Modulation signal polarity Range Resolution FM Modulation frequency response Internal modulation External modulation Modulation signal polarity Depends on AF synthesizer (Option 21) 2 Vp-p approx. 0 to 1000 kHz (≥10 MHz. ≤1010 MHz). ≥0. 600 Ω. 100 Hz (10. 600 Ω. 0 to 2000 kHz (>1010 MHz) 10 Hz (0 to 10 kHz deviation).01 dB (dBm. ≥–127 dBm <–127 dBm Aging rate: ±1 × 10–6/year.4 MHz. except when setting frequency is crossing over 600 MHz and 1010 MHz) –143 to +13 dBm (settable range: –143 to +17 dBm) dBm. regardless of the time constant selected on the front panel ALC off Usage: Pulse modulation wave (burst wave) whose RF on time is less than 10 µs Restrict item: Without AM ALC calibration: Automatic during ALC Calibration operation and at frequency/level setting change Harmonics: <–30 dBc Non harmonic: Special setting mode ALC mode Signal purity Spurious Frequency ≤2500 MHz >2500 MHz 15 kHz to 300 MHz offset >300 MHz offset <–60 dBc <–30 dBc <–30 dBc Fixed frequency spurious –50 dBc (660 MHz.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications • MG3681A Digital Modulation Signal Generator Range Accuracy Internal reference oscillator External reference input Buffer output Switching time Range Unit Resolution Frequency response 250 kHz to 3 GHz.1 kHz to 100 kHz deviation).1% ≤0 dBm. dBµV units only) For vector modulation by optional digital modulation unit. BNC connector (front panel) Positive/Negative switchable *Cannot set internal/external modulation independently.4 µs. <–112 dBc/Hz (>1010 MHz) *At CW. dBµV. AC/DC coupled switchable. 2. Temperature stability: ±1 × 10–6 (0˚ to 50˚C)* Accuracy ≤1 GHz ±1 dB ±2 dB >1 GHz ±2 dB ±3 dB Output connector Output level Switching time 50 Ω. V units) ±1 dB (CW.

≤0 dBm. Single (single sweep) Frequency. Sensitivity: 1 Vp-p = 100% >60 dB <100 ns (external modulation) <500 ns (external modulation) DC to 1 MHz (external modulation. 480 × 640 dots. and Contrast key Communications method: Async (start-stop). ALC off) Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option) TTL level. AC/DC coupled switchable.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Range Unit Resolution øM Modulation frequency response Internal modulation External modulation Modulation signal polarity Wideband AM Modulation frequency response Internal modulation External modulation On/off ratio Rise/fall time Pulse modulation Minimum pulse width Pulse repetition frequency Internal modulation External modulation Modulation frequency response Vector error Vector modulation Internal modulation External modulation Quadrature degree adjustment function I/Q change *Cannot set internal/external modulation independently. AM (internal)/øM (internal) Simultaneous modulation impossible as below: FM/øM. and Contrast key Interfaces: SH1.com . Output level (dBm. dBµV units only) 7. øM (internal/external) Frequency and waveform of modulation signal source same for combinations below: AM (internal)/FM (internal). Q signal changeable (RF spectrum invert) Modulation depth and deviation same for combinations below: AM (internal/external). 9600. ≤0 dBm. Modulation frequency of 1 kHz ≤2. Wideband AM/Vector modulation. ≥100 MHz.9 Vp-p. ≤1010 MHz). rear panel Continued on next page Simultaneous modulation AF signal output I/Q signal output*2 Memory function Output level Signal source Output connector Basic parameter memory All parameter memory Sweep parameter Sweep function Special display Display Sweep pattern Sweep time Sweep mode Relative display Offset display Size On/Off setting Backup function Panel lock function Panel lock Knob hold GPIB External interface RS-232C 277 http://www. color D-STN Panel display on/off All items reset at power-on except following: Input data contents. Output level (offset range: –55 to +55 dB. E2 Connector: Rear panel Remote control: All functions except power switch.. DC to 30 MHz (±3 dB bandwidth) DC to 15 MHz (±2 dB bandwidth). Screen condition. DC to 30 MHz (±3 dB bandwidth) *External modulation. Modulation frequency of 1 kHz Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option) ≤1 Vp-p. AH1. BNC connector (front panel). Vector (internal)/Vector (external) modulation Depends on AF synthesizer (Option 21) Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option) Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option) 50 Ω. ≤0 dBm. 2400. DC1. Local key. ≥100 MHz. 3.2 inch.01 rad. 4800. TE0. input level: 0. FM (internal/external). dBm. 50 Ω. rad. L4. 600 Ω. deg unit: 1 deg 0 to 6. Even. Half-duplex Communications control method: × on/off by command Baud rate: 1200. Input level: 0.anritsu. Remote condition.5 V(peak). PP0. 20 Hz to 20 kHz (external modulation AC coupled) *In band of ±1 dB based on modulation frequency of 1 kHz Depends on AF synthesizer (Option 21) 2 Vp-p approx. Contents of GPIB data being transferred. BNC connector (front panel) 512 sets of frequency and level All parameters including 100 sets maximum of analog modulation and digital modulation units (option) Basic parameter memory address Start address → stop address 1 ms to 600 s (per memory. deg rad unit: 0. RPP operation condition. resolution: 1 ms) Auto (repetition sweep). dBµV units only) Frequency (offset range: –3 GHz to +3 GHz). 50 Ω. Main function selections Disable operation of all keys except front panel power key.28 rad (≥10 MHz. I/Q = ±1. T5. Positive logic.56 rad (>1010 MHz) DC to 20 kHz (internal modulation.5 V(rms).84 Msps QPSK modulation Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option) √ (I2 + Q2) = 0. Panel lock key. SR1. 19200. 38400 bps Data bits. 7 or 8 Parity: Odd.5 V(rms). memory recall time restricts lower limit. BNC connector (front panel) DC to 15 MHz (±2 dB bandwidth). None Start bit: 1 Stop bit: 1 or 2 Connector: D-Sub 9 pin. Input level: 0. 50 Ω. C1. 0 to 12.5%(rms) *External modulation. DT1.5 V(rms). DP0. RL1. Local key and Contrast key Disable rotary knob on front panel operation Remote control: All functions except power switch. BNC connector (front panel) Adjustment range: ≥±1 deg I. ≥100 MHz. BNC connector (front panel) Positive/Negative switchable *External modulation. external modulation DC coupled). Local key.

1 kHz) Level Range: 0 to 4 Vp-p. ±50 V (DC) AC 100 to 120 V/200 to 240 V (–15/+10%. BNC connector (front panel) Functions: 8 dB gain of maximum output level in W-CDMA band Frequency: 1900 MHz to 2200 MHz Gain: 8 ±1 dB (from –3 dBm. BNC connector (front panel) Frequency: 0. Output level step-up/step-down.5 to +1. Accuracy : same as reference oscillator Waveform: Sine. reference to 1 kHz. compared to frequency after 24 h warm-up) Temperature stability: ±5 × 10–9 (0˚ to 50˚C) Functions: Adds level.1 GHz) Gain frequency response: ±1 dB (at +5 dBm.5 mV (4 sets of I. Resolution: 1 mV. 50 Ω termination) Quadrature degree variable function Range: ±5 deg. Triangular. Sawtooth Frequency response: ±1 dB (Sine wave. 2. Resolution: 0. Automatic selection). offset setting. Resolution: 1 mVp-p. 600 Ω termination.5 Hz to 63 Hz.0. Resolution: 0. Accuracy: ± (8% of set level + 2 mVp-p) *600 Ω termination Offset Range: –2 to +2 V. level: 2 Vp-p. Q. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Trigger Reverse power protection Power supply Temperature Dimensions and Mass EMC LVD • Options Option 01 Reference Oscillator Frequency: 10 MHz Aging rate: ±5 × 10–9/day Start-up characteristics: 1 × 10–7 (After 10 min. ≤300 VA Operating: 0˚ to +50˚C. Output level on/off Interface: TTL level Connector: D-Sub 9 pin. 50 Ω termination) I Offset Range: –0. compared to frequency after 24 h warm-up) Temperature stability: ±3 × 10–8 (0˚ to 50˚C) Frequency: 10 MHz Aging rate: ±5 × 10–10/day Start-up characteristics: 1 × 10–7 (After 10 min. and differential output functions to I/Q output Level Range: 80 to 120% of nominal level. 10 Hz to 100 kHz) Harmonics: ≤–50 dB (Sine wave.01 Hz. offset: 0 V. Q set independently. Q signals (Using front I/Q input connector) Signal source: Depends on installed digital modulation unit (option) Output connector: 50 Ω.com .5 V. Accuracy: ± (8% of set level + 2 mV) *600 Ω termination Output connector: 600 Ω.1% (2 sets of I/I and Q/Q set independently. ≤25 W (>1 GHz).anritsu.5 deg Differential output: I . 1 slot (rear panel) Executes item specified by command-input signals (3 bits) from following items: Frequency step-up/step-down. level: 2 Vp-p.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS PC card External interface Memory card (memory backup.1 GHz) Option 02 Reference Oscillator Option 11 Additional Function of I/Q Output Option 21 AF Synthesizer Option 42 RF High Level Output • Expansion Units and Software Refer to the individual catalogs for the expansion units and software. Female (rear panel) ≤50 W (≤1 GHz).01 Hz to 400 kHz. Resolution: 0. Resolution: 0. Basic parameter recall address up/down.1 PCMCIA Rel 2. referenced to 2. I . 600 Ω termination. offset: 0 V. 278 http://www. Square. screen hard copy) Connector: JEIDA Ver 4/4. 47. 250 V max. Storage: –20˚ to +60˚C 426 (W) × 177 (H) × 451 (D) mm. RF high level output off. ≤25 kg (excluding option) EN61326-1.

01 Hz) RF High Level Output (for W-CDMA.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. 1 m (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P) 408JE-104 GP-IB Cable (1 m) GPIB Cable.3 A: MG3681A Operation Manual: 1 1 2 1 pc pc pcs copy B0325 F0014 W1708AE MG3681A-01 MG3681A-02 MG3681A-11 MG3681A-21 MG3681A-42 MG3681A-90 MG3681A-91 MU368030A MU368040A MU368060A W1973AE W1758AE W1955AE MU368030A-90 MU368030A-91 MU368040A-90 MU368040A-91 MU368060A-90 MU368060A-91 MX368031A MX368033A MX368034A MX368035A MX368041B MX368041B-11 MX368042A W1974AE W2072AE W2073AE W2167AE W2089AE W1838AE J0576B J0576D J0127C J0127A J0007 J0008 B0329C B0331C B0332 B0333C B0334C MA2512A Options Reference Oscillator (aging rate: 5 × 10–9/day) Reference Oscillator (aging rate: 5 × 10–10/day) Additional Function of I/Q Output (level and offset setting. *2: When using the MU368030A and MU368040A. resolution: 0. 6.17 GHz) *1: Refer to the individual catalogs for the expansion units.92 GHz to 2. 8 dB gain) Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service Expansion units*1 Universal Modulation Unit*2 CDMA Modulation Unit*2 AWGN Unit Standard accessories MU368030A Operation Manual: MU368040A Operation Manual: MU368060A Operation Manual: Maintenance service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service Three Years Extended Warranty Service Five Years Extended Warranty Service Softwares*1 Device Test Signal Generation Software (for MU368030A) CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Signal Generation Software (for MU368030A) PDC Packet Software (for MU368030A) PHS Signal Generation Software (for MU368030A) W-CDMA Software (for MU368040A) HSDPA Signal Pattern (for MX368041B) IS-95 Device Test Software (for MU368040A) Standard accessories MX368031A Operation Manual: MX368033A Operation Manual: MX368034A Operation Manual: MX368035A Operation Manual: MX368041B Operation Manual: MX368042A Operation Manual: 1 1 1 1 1 1 copy copy copy copy copy copy 1 copy 1 copy 1 copy Optional accessories Coaxial Cord. 2 m Front Cover for 1MW4U Front Handle (2 pcs/set) Joint Plate (4 pcs/set) Rack Mount Kit Hard type Carrying Case (with front cover and casters) Band Pass Filter*1 (for W-CDMA. 0. pass band: 1. Model/Order No. 1 m (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P) Coaxial Cord.5 m (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P) Coaxial Cord. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. 279 http://www. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. MG3681A Name Main frame Digital Modulation Signal Generator (Build-to order product) Standard accessories Power Cord. software and band pass filter.com . 2 m (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P) Coaxial Cord.6 m: GP-IB Connector Shield cap: Fuse. dedicated software must be installed.anritsu. 2.01 Hz to 400 kHz. name and quantity when ordering. differential output) AF Synthesizer (0.

5 GHz GPIB Ethernet Signal Analyzer Solving Next-Generation Wireless Communications Issues Next-generation wireless communications systems are becoming increasingly sophisticated with higher speeds. 3G LTE. In addition. The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A has a built-in vector signal analysis function that performs FFT analysis over a 125 MHz bandwidth and a digitizing function that accurately captures signal waveforms with no signal dropout. As a result. the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A signal analyzer uses leadingedge architecture offering a basic band that goes to 6 GHz.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS SIGNAL ANALYZER 50 Hz to 6. Top Class RF Performance Based on Advanced Architecture • Excellent Level Accuracy up to 6 GHz The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A integrates Anritsu's highfrequency technology and an advanced architecture that includes two built-in calibration oscillators. Frequency bands are shifting above 3 GHz to ensure sufficient bandwidth for new and emerging services and applications. and other wideband technologies. The built-in phase calibration oscillator compensates for IF Filter frequencies and allows the analyzer to achieve the superior modulation accuracy required for WiMAX.5 dB from 50 Hz to 6 GHz. and supports quick configuration of test systems. Adding the optional vector signal generator (covering frequencies up to 6 GHz) creates a onebox tester that increases work efficiency in R&D applications.5 GHz 50 Hz to 26. modulation precision and wideband analysis across a frequency range from 50 Hz to 6 GHz. to permit analysis without impact to transient changes. These advanced functions are ideal for the R&D arena where increasingly complex next-generation communication systems are being developed. measuring instruments require excellent measurement accuracy and wideband analysis performance at frequency bands above 3 GHz.anritsu.0 GHz MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A 50 Hz to 13. The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A supports world-class absolute amplitude accuracy. External power meters and singlefrequency calibrations are obsolete. these analyzers are fast.com . Unlike other instruments with a basic band limited to 3 GHz. reduces tact times in manufacturing. wider bandwidths. and multiple modulation methods in which the signal changes dynamically with time. as the built-in calibration oscillators perform calibration across the entire band and enable the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A to demonstrate a total level accuracy of ±0. Note: Eliminates effect of noise floor Used only when Uncal does not occur *: Excluding Guard Band 280 http://www. Coupling calibration across the entire frequency band with a low noise floor ensures that low level spurious signals can be seen and accurately measured.

The speed of the analysis software has been stepped up. these analyzers raise efficiency for R&D development while cutting production-line tact times.2 sec.0. are built-in as standard. can be measured without using correction devices.com . Overall. Measurement performance does not degrade over this range. which requires a wide dynamic range in measuring instruments. these analyzers use the full power of FFT (Fast Fourier Transform) technology to achieve world-class measurement speeds for modulation analysis measurements over span of 125 MHz.0 sec.anritsu. A variety of interfaces. allowing measurement of true values across the entire dynamic range. • World-class Measurement Speed Taking full advantage of advanced software and high-speed CPUs.1 sec. this model achieves a superior display average noise level (DANL) of –155 dBm/Hz and a third-order intercept (TOI) ≥+22 dBm.78 dBm/Hz 1 to 6 GHz 281 http://www. The Category B spurious test standard established by 3GPP. 1-time Measurement (Analysis time length: 1 ms) –153. 4. such as high-speed 1000BASE-T LAN and USB 2.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Wide Dynamic Range for True Value Measurements By using a front end that controls the noise figure and digital IF technology capable of advanced 16-bit ADC. such as filters and amplifiers. Spectrum Analyzer 100-times Averaging 1. The true values of devices and base stations are measured easily and spurious tests can be performed with less test equipment. supporting speeds 20 times faster than previous instruments. 100-times Averaging (Analysis time length: Min) Vector Signal Analysis 0. This analyzer really shows its worth when configuring simple test systems by reducing the calibration burden and external equipment costs.

A large-capacity 128 Msample waveform memory is built-in as standard. Time Measures FSK and GMSK modulation wave frequency variation. useful for accurate and fast measurement of inburst average power. Capture Time 2000 s 2000 s 2000 s 2000 s 2000 s 1000 s 500 s 200 s 100 s 50 s 20 s 10 s 5s 2s 2s 500 ms 500 ms 500 ms *: Excluding Guard Band 125 MHz Table 1 • Diverse Analysis of Captured Waveforms using VSA Function Frequency vs. Very fast measurement speed and reliable performance result from making the best use FFT technology with a highperformance RF front end. useful for evaluating power amplifiers in wideband communications systems. Spectrogram Displays spectrum variations with time.25 MHz as standard and up to 125 MHz as an option.25 MHz 50 MHz 100 MHz Sampling Rate 2 kHz 5 kHz 10 kHz 20 kHz 50 kHz 100 kHz 200 kHz 500 kHz 1 MHz 2 MHz 5 MHz 10 MHz 20 MHz 50 MHz 50 MHz 100 MHz 200 MHz 200 MHz Max. permitting waveform capture over long periods. 282 http://www. Frequency Span 1 kHz 2. and VCO frequency switching time.com . such as frequency.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Leading Vector Signal Analysis Function Combining Speed and Reliable RF Performance • Built-in Large-capacity 128 Msample Waveform Memory • High-speed/High-performance FFT Analysis up to 125 MHz Bandwidth The Vector Signal Analysis (VSA) functions support analysis for bandwidths up to 31.anritsu. Time CCDF/APD Displays waveform of wideband SPAN up to 125 MHz without interruption. for easy and quick troubleshooting. Supports wideband CCDF analysis up to 125 MHz. Spectrum Power vs. and time. Monitors changes in power with time.5 kHz 5 kHz 10 kHz 25 kHz 50 kHz 100 kHz 250 kHz 500 kHz 1 MHz 2. and fast CPU. useful for understanding waveform transients because supports visual monitoring of frequency and level time variations. signals can be captured seamlessly using the digitize function for analysis from various views. 16-bit ADC. The maximum capture time varies according to the frequency span as shown in Table 1.5 MHz 5 MHz 10 MHz 25 MHz 31. Moreover. power.

and spectrogram) and supports various VSA analyses at the main trace. requiring troublesome calibration of the captured data when using analysis tools.com . Signals captured in the field can be returned to the lab for analysis by replaying the signal using the Signal Generator. • Captured Waveforms Analysis using Commercial Analysis Tools Other digitizers may exhibit severe degradation of the RF channel during capture. are observed intuitively. such as the 1000BASE-T LAN port. The waveform data are saved to the internal hard disk and can be output to an external PC via a high-speed interface. etc. The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A uses high-performance RF and two built-in calibration oscillators to minimize the degradation and eliminate the need for calibration before using analysis tools. Signals captured from known good devices can provide a stable reference to increase debugging efficiency and test reliability. • Convenient Replay for Comparison Saved waveform data can be read and analyzed by the VSA functions. supports instantaneous switching of set carrier number between 1 to 12.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Sub-Trace (Split Screens) Display for Intuitive operation This function specifies the analysis range as a sub. Spectrum changes at signal-on segments. falling. 283 http://www. Captured Waveform Data: Selection Screen Versatile Built-in Functions • Measure Function The Measure function support the following measurements with one-touch operation. • Captured Waveform Output from Vector Signal Generator Option Waveforms captured using the digitizing function can be regenerated by using with the optional MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator. Time...trace (Power vs. rising.anritsu. allowing easy comparison and verification of data for multiple DUTs. Measure Function Channel Power Occupied Bandwidth Adjacent Channel Leakage Power Spectrum Emission Mask Spurious Emission Burst Average Power AM Depth FM Deviation SPA √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ VSA √ √ √ DUT (A) DUT (B) • Adjacent Channel Leakage Power Measures adjacent channel leakage power for 12 carriers max.

• Spectrum Emission Mask Performs Pass/Fail evaluation for set limit line.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Spurious Emission Pass/Fail judgment can be performed for a set limit line at up to 20 segments. supports any limit line setting for 6 segments max. and Average. • Phase Noise Measurement Supports phase noise measurements with frequency offset range from 100 Hz to 1 MHz.anritsu. • FM Deviation Measures FM deviation. convenient for confirming burst-signal time stability and rare interference signals because able to intuitively understand frequency and level time variations. supports accurate measurement of even unstable signals with frequency swing by automatically searching for peak values in set range and using zone marker to display results.com . supports high-speed measurement at about 700 ms per one averaging. 284 http://www. (Peak-Peak)/2. displays measurement results as +Peak. • Marker Function Sets threshold and searches for up to 10 peaks. or about 3 s per 10 averagings. • Spectrogram Function Monitors continuous time variations in spectrum span up to 125 MHz. –Peak.

Linearity: ±0. 285 http://www.com . the addition of the signal generator option creates a versatile one-box tester capable of multiple applications including component and base station testing. Test Model 1. 100 MHz *: The AWGN bandwidth is the value of the sampling clock for the required 100 MHz Bandwidth Waveform Output Example (4.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS High-Performance Vector Signal Generator Option • Save Valuable Bench Space by Adding an Optional Signal Generator to the Analyzer The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator option covers a frequency range from 125 MHz to 6 GHz. 64DPCH) • Versatile Multiple Waveform Generation Any type of waveform can be generated using the MS2690A/ MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Signal Generator option. It is a high-performance waveform generator with a 120 MHz wideband vector modulation band and built-in 256 Msample waveform memory.anritsu.) • Excellent ACLR performance ≤–64 dBc (5 MHz offset) ≤–67 dBc (10 MHz offset) • BER Measurement and AWGN addition functions* waveform.5 GHz) Wanted signal –68 dBc (5 MHz offset) –70 dBc (10 MHz offset) AWGN Wanted signal + AWGN signal output from one unit ACLR (W-CDMA. Boasting superior ACLR functions and level accuracy that compares favorably with stand-alone signal generators.2 dB (typ. Anritsu's IQproducer can be run on a PC to edit waveform parameters and output waveforms. In addition to using C and simulation tools. • Frequency: 125 MHz to 6 GHz • 120 MHz wide vector modulation band • 256 Msample large-capacity waveform memory • Absolute level accuracy: ±0.5 dB.

It has the following three main functions. creating and transferring waveform patterns using the MS2690A/MS2691A/ MS2692A arbitrary waveform generation option. Parameter Editing: Function for easily editing parameters matching each communication method Simulation: Function for checking generated waveform pattern before transfer to CCDF and FFT graphs Conversion: Function for converting ASCII format waveform patterns created by simulation software.anritsu. and MG3700A waveform patterns. into files that can be used by MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-20 Parameter Setting Screen (HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducer) • Application Simplified Tx Test Setup Easy AMP Test Simulation Screen (CCDF) Convert Screen 286 http://www.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Useful IQproducer Waveform Generation Software IQproducer is application software for a PC for editing.com . files captured using digitizing function.

BER/BLER measurements are also supported. MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-004 Wideband Analysis Hardware This option expands the maximum analysis bandwidth to 125 MHz. but the following licenses (option) are required to output the signal. • IQproducer License for MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-20 VSG Waveforms generated by IQproducer can be downloaded to the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A main frame in which the MS2690A/ MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator is installed. MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator This option is a high-performance waveform generator covering a frequency range of 125 MHz to 6 GHz with a 120 MHz wideband vector modulation band and built-in 256 Msample waveform memory. Installing the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-050 HDD Digitizing Interface option captures up to 4 hours of 20 MHz wideband RF signals. 3GPP LTE (TDD) CDMA2000 1xEV-DO MediaFLO *: See each measurement software catalog for more details. The analyzer is customized for its target measurements by installing options in these slots. MS2691A/MS2692A-003 Pre-selector Extended Lower Limit (3 GHz) This option extends the lower limit of the pre-selector from 5. *: No license is required to generate or edit the signal.9 GHz to 3 GHz. MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-008 6 GHz Preamplifier This option increases the level sensitivity up to 6 GHz. • MX269901A HSDPA IQproducer • MX269902A TDMA IQproducer • MX269904A Multi-Carrier IQproducer • MX269905A Mobile WiMAX IQproducer • MX269908A LTE IQproducer • MX269909A XG-PHS IQproducer • MX269910A LTE TDD IQproducer • Measurement Software Communications Systems Mobile WiMAX W-CDMA/HSPA/ HSPA Evolution W-CDMA/HSPA GSM/EDGE EDGE Evolution ETC/DSRC TD-SCDMA Next-generation PHS (XGP) 3GPP LTE (FDD) Name Supports analysis of various systems by installing measurement software in MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A. It is convenient for troubleshooting uncommon faults. It can only be installed in the MS2691A/MS2692A. *: Please consult us first about the connection between this option and the base station. • Seamless Waveform Capture for 4 Hours Max.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Future-proof Platform The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A design adopts a modular multislot structure for excellent future-proof expandability. 287 http://www.5M/2M) This option simulates a Radio Network Controller (RNC) to control the W-CDMA base-station Tx/Rx conditions via the ATM EI/TI interface. MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-030 W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM 1. MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-040 Baseband Interface Unit The MS269xA is an all-in-one solution supporting DigRF 3G RFIC Tx/Rx measurements using a combination of the MS2690A/ MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator. *: See each catalog for details. It is convenient for troubleshooting uncommon faults. MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-050 HDD Digitizing Interface Installing the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-050 HDD Digitizing Interface option captures up to 4 hours of 20 MHz wideband RF signals.anritsu. • CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA).5G/3G Digital I/F Control Software.com . and MX269041A DigRF2. MX269040A RF UMTS Measurement Software. • MediaFLO is a trademark of QUALCOMM Incorporated. Model MX269010A MX269011A MX269012A MX269030A MX269013A MX269013A -001 MX269014A MX269015A MX269016A MX269020A MX269021A MX269022A MX269024A MX269026A MX269036A Mobile WiMAX Measurement Software W-CDMA/HSPA Downlink Measurement Software W-CDMA/HSPA Uplink Measurement Software W-CDMA BS Measurement Software GSM/EDGE Measurement Software EDGE Evolution Measurement Software ETC/DSRC Measurement Software TD-SCDMA Measurement Software XG-PHS Measurement Software LTE Downlink Measurement Software LTE Uplink Measurement Software LTE TDD Downlink Measurement Software CDMA2000 Forward Link Measurement Software EV-DO Forward Link Measurement Software Measurement Software for MediaFLO • Options Hardware Options MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-001 Rubidium Reference Oscillator This option is a 10 MHz reference crystal oscillator with excellent frequency stability startup characteristics of ±1 x 10–9 at 7 minutes after power-on.

license and instruction manual) CDMA2000 Forward Link Measurement Software (CD-ROM. license and instruction manual) TDMA IQproducer (CD-ROM.5M and 2M) Baseband Interface Unit HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit options Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit (Aging rate ±1 x 10–10/month) Wideband Analysis Hardware Retrofit (Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz) 6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit (100 kHz to 6 GHz) Vector Signal Generator Retrofit (125 MHz to 6 GHz) W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1. license and instruction manual) Vector Modulation Analysis Software (CD-ROM. license and instruction manual) W-CDMA BS Measurement Software (CD-ROM. license and instruction manual) LTE Uplink Measurement Software (CD-ROM.0 Flash Driver): USB Mouse: Install CD-ROM (Application software.5M and 2M) Baseband Interface Unit HDD Digitizing Interface Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Aging rate ±1 x 10–10/month) Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz (Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz) Wideband Analysis Hardware (Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz) 6 GHz Preamplifier (100 kHz to 6 GHz) Vector Signal Generator (125 MHz to 6 GHz) W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. license and instruction manual) LTE IQproducer (CD-ROM.5M and 2M) Baseband Interface Unit Retrofit HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit MS2690A-ES210 MS2690A-ES310 MS2690A-ES510 MS2691A-ES210 MS2691A-ES310 MS2691A-ES510 MS2692A-ES210 MS2692A-ES310 MS2692A-ES510 288 http://www. license and instruction manual) ETC/DSRC Measurement Software (CD-ROM. license and instruction manual) GSM/EDGE Measurement Software (CD-ROM.5G/3G HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducer (CD-ROM. instruction manual CD-ROM): 1 1 1 1 pc pc pc pc Model/Order No. license and instruction manual) LTE TDD Downlink Measurement Software (CD-ROM. license and instruction manual) W-CDMA/HSPA Downlink Measurement Software (CD-ROM.5M/2M) Retrofit (Supports ATM 1. Model/Order No.5M and 2M) Baseband Interface Unit Retrofit HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit (Aging rate ±1 x 10–10/month) Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz Retrofit (Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz) Wideband Analysis Hardware Retrofit (Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz) 6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit (100 kHz to 6 GHz) Vector Signal Generator Retrofit (125 MHz to 6 GHz) W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1. MX269010A MX269011A MX269012A MX269013A MX269013A-001 MX269014A MX269015A MX269016A MX269017A MX269020A MX269021A MX269022A MX269024A MX269026A MX269030A MX269036A MX269040A MX269041A MX269901A MX269902A MX269904A MX269905A MX269908A MX269909A MX269910A Name Software options Mobile WiMAX Measurement Software (CD-ROM.5M and 2M) Baseband Interface Unit HDD Digitizing Interface Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Aging rate ±1 x 10–10/month) Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz (Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz) Wideband Analysis Hardware (Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz) 6 GHz Preamplifier (100 kHz to 6 GHz) Vector Signal Generator (125 MHz to 6 GHz) W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1. license and instruction manual) Warranty service 2-year Extended Warranty Service 3-year Extended Warranty Service 5-year Extended Warranty Service 2-year Extended Warranty Service 3-year Extended Warranty Service 5-year Extended Warranty Service 2-year Extended Warranty Service 3-year Extended Warranty Service 5-year Extended Warranty Service Continued on next page 1 pc MS2690A-001 MS2690A-004 MS2690A-008 MS2690A-020 MS2690A-030 MS2690A-040 MS2690A-050 MS2691A-001 MS2691A-003 MS2691A-004 MS2691A-008 MS2691A-020 MS2691A-030 MS2691A-040 MS2691A-050 MS2692A-001 MS2692A-003 MS2692A-004 MS2692A-008 MS2692A-020 MS2692A-030 MS2692A-040 MS2692A-050 MS2690A-101 MS2690A-104 MS2690A-108 MS2690A-120 MS2690A-130 MS2690A-140 MS2690A-150 MS2691A-101 MS2691A-103 MS2691A-104 MS2691A-108 MS2691A-120 MS2691A-130 MS2691A-140 MS2691A-150 MS2692A-101 MS2692A-103 MS2692A-104 MS2692A-108 MS2692A-120 MS2692A-130 MS2692A-140 MS2692A-150 Options Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Aging rate ±1 x 10–10/month) Wideband Analysis Hardware (Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz) 6 GHz Preamplifier (100 kHz to 6 GHz) Vector Signal Generator (125 MHz to 6 GHz) W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1. MS2690A MS2691A MS2692A J0017F J0266 P0031A Z0541A Name Main frame Signal Analyzer (50 Hz to 6. license and instruction manual) UMTS Measurement Software for RF Device Test Digital I/F Control Software for DigRF2. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. license and instruction manual) TD-SCDMA Measurement Software (CD-ROM. license and instruction manual) EV-DO Forward Link Measurement Software (CD-ROM.5M/2M) (Supports ATM 1.5 GHz) Signal Analyzer (50 Hz to 26. license and instruction manual) Mobile WiMAX IQproducer (CD-ROM. license and instruction manual) XG-PHS Measurement Software (CD-ROM.5M and 2M) Baseband Interface Unit Retrofit HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit (Aging rate ±1 x 10–10/month) Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz Retrofit (Extends lower limit of pre-selector to 3 GHz) Wideband Analysis Hardware Retrofit (Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz) 6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit (100 kHz to 6 GHz) Vector Signal Generator Retrofit (125 MHz to 6 GHz) W-CDMA RNC Simulator (ATM1. 3 core.5 GHz) Standard accessories Power Cord (2. license and instruction manual) LTE TDD IQproducer (CD-ROM. license and instruction manual) EDGE Evolution Measurement Software (CD-ROM. name and quantity when ordering. license and instruction manual W-CDMA/HSPA Uplink Measurement Software (CD-ROM.anritsu.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. license and instruction manual) XG-PHS IQproducer (CD-ROM.0 GHz) Signal Analyzer (50 Hz to 13. license and instruction manual) Multi-Carrier IQproducer (CD-ROM.5M/2M) (Supports ATM 1. license and instruction manual) Measurement Software for MediaFLO (CD-ROM. gray): Conversion Adapter (3 pin to 2 pin power adapter): USB Memory (>1 GB USB2.5M/2M) Retrofit (Supports ATM 1.6 m long 100 Vac.5M/2M) Retrofit (Supports ATM 1. license and instruction manual) LTE Downlink Measurement Software (CD-ROM.com .5M/2M) (Supports ATM 1.

Printed version) MX269024A Operation Manual (Remote control. Printed version) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual (Main frame Remote Control. Printed version) MX269041A Operation Manual (BBIF Operation.com . Printed version) MX269026A Operation Manual (Remote control. 0. 3 dB (DC to 40 GHz. 3 m Ethernet Cable (Shield type. 1 m Ethernet Cable (Shield type. 1 m Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P). Printed version) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual (Signal Analyzer Function Operation. cross). Printed version) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-030 Operation Manual (Operation. straight). Printed version) MX269015A Operation Manual (Remote control. 2. Printed version) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual (Spectrum Analyzer Function Remote Control. with USB A to mini B Cable) Installation Kit (required when retrofitting options or installing software) J1373A AUX Conversion Adapter MA24106A USB Power Sensor 289 B0589A Carrying Case (Hard type) B0633A Carrying Case (Soft type) http://www. 1. Printed version) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual (Spectrum Analyzer Function Operation. 0.5 GHz. 2 m (DC to 18 GHz) SMA-N Conversion Adapter (DC to 18 GHz.4 GHz. Printed version) MX269050A Operation Manual (Remote control. 3 m GPIB Connection Cable. Printed version) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Operation Manual (Operation. straight). Printed version) MX269015A Operation Manual (Operation. 11K254/K254/1. DC to 26. 1. Printed version) MX269026A Operation Manual (Operation. 1 m (DC to 18 GHz) Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P).5 m (DC to 18 GHz) Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P).92 to 2. Printed version) MX269040A Operation Manual (Remote control. Printed version) MX269901A Operation Manual (Printed version) MX269902A Operation Manual (Printed version) MX269904A Operation Manual (Printed version) MX269905A Operation Manual (Printed version) MX269908A Operation Manual (Printed version) MX269909A Operation Maunal (Printed version) MX269910A Operation Manual (Printed version) Power Divider (K connector.5 m (DC to 18 GHz) Coaxial Cord (SMA-P · 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104 · SMA-P). Printed version) MX269024A Operation Manual (Operation. Printed version) MX269011A Operation Manual (Remote control.0 m AUX Conversion Adapter (AUX → BNC. Printed version) MX269041A Operation Manual (RF device test integrated software. Printed version) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Operation Manual (IQproducer. Printed version) MX269041A Operation Manual (IQ Pattern/DUT Control Producer. N-J) Termination (DC to 12. Printed version) MX269012A Operation Manual (Operation. 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Printed version) MX269012A Operation Manual (Remote control. for vector signal generator option) Rack Mount Kit Carrying Case (Hard type. K-J. 1 W max) Four-Port Junction Pad (5 MHz to 3 GHz.5M) Fixed Attenuator. Printed version) MX269016A Operation Maunal (Remote control. Printed version) MX269040A Operation Manual (GSM/EDGE Operation. Printed version) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-020 Operation Manual (Remote Control. 2 m Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P). Printed version) MX269017A Operation Maunal (Remote control. Printed version) Model/Order No. Printed version) MX269020A Operation Manual (Operation. N-P) Band Pass Filter (for W-CDMA. 3 dB) Ethernet Cable (Shield type. Printed version) MX269013A Operation Manual (Remote control.5 GHz.anritsu. Printed version) MX269010A Operation Manual (Printed version) MX269011A Operation Manual (Operation. Printed version) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A-040 Operation Manual (Operation. Printed version) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual (Signal Analyzer Function Remote Control. Printed version) MX269014A Operation Manual(Operation. approx. Printed version) MX269050A Operation Manual (Operation. 1 m Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG58A/U · BNC-P). 11K254/K254/0. 0.0M) Coaxial Cord. Printed version) MX269014A Operation Manual (Remote control. 50 Ω. Printed version) MX269016A Operation Maunal (Operation. Printed version) MX269022A Operation Manual (Remote control. Printed version) MX269030A Operation Manual (Operation.5 M (for 40 GHz) (DC to 40 GHz.5 m) (SF102A.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Model/Order No. Printed version) MX269041A Operation Manual (BBIF Remote control. Printed version) MX269017A Operation Maunal (Operation. 1 m Ethernet Cable (Shield type. Printed version) MX269036A Operation Manual (Remote control. Printed version) MX269021A Operation Manual (Operation. 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2 GHz) • Sweep Frequency span: 10 ms to 1000 s Time span: 1 µs to 1000 s Refresh rate: >20 times/s • Others Detection mode: Normal. Positive.1 GHz to 3. Measurement is easy using a soft-key menu after setting measurement parameters. One tester supports development and manufacturing of base stations and mobile stations through to construction and maintenance of base stations. Noise power. modulation analyzer and power meter. are set on the screen shown below.5G Communication Standards The MS8609A Digital Mobile Transmitter Tester has an internal spectrum analyzer. 20 MHz (Up to 3 GHz) Frequency span: Zero. RMS (option) Measurement functions: Frequency counter. 5. The residual vector error (rms) accuracy is high (1%. C/N. The monitor uses a clear 6. • Code Domain Power Measurement requires only 1.4 dB using an amorphous sensor.2 GHz Resolution bandwidth: 300 Hz to 3. Spectrum Analyzer Functions • Frequency MX860901B W-CDMA Measurement Software Frequency range: 9 kHz to 13. GPIB transmission speed: 120 kbps 290 • Parameter Setup Measurement parameters such as modulation accuracy and code domain power. The high-speed GPIB of 120 kbps enables high-speed measurement on production lines. 1 kHz to 13. • Modulation Accuracy Measurement The modulation accuracy of base stations and mobile UE can be measured and modulation analysis of multiple waveforms can be performed. RS-232C and 10BASE-T (optional) interfaces. Up to three dedicated measurement software options (such as W-CDMA and GSM/EDGE) can be installed simultaneously. Remote measurement is supported by GPIB.com .MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO TRANSMITTER TESTER MS8609A 9 kHz to 13.2 GHz Span accuracy: ±1% Reference frequency accuracy: ±2 × 10–8/day. 3G and 3. Sample. ±1 × 10–10/year (option) Level • Maximum input level: +20 dBm Input attenuator: 0 to 62 dB (2 dB steps) 1 dB gain compression: +3 dBm (≥500 MHz) Two tone 3rd order distortion: ≤–85 dBc (0. The modulation analyzer uses high-speed DSP to support all Vector Signal Analysis (VSA) functions. Balanced or unbalanced input can also be selected for I/Q signals.anritsu. ACP. Average. Negative. Either automatic detection of scrambling code from SCH. http://www. The power sensor offers high-accuracy power measurements of ±0. or specification of scrambling code can be selected. The spectrum analyzer resolution bandwidth of up to 20 MHz readily supports measurement of wide-band signals. ±5 × 10–10/day (option). typ. Input signals can be selected from either RF or I/Q inputs. 10.5 seconds.). etc.2 GHz GPIB Ethernet OPTION For Evaluation of 2G.. OBW. etc.5-inch TFT color LCD.

Measurement is easy using a soft-key menu after setting measurement parameters. I/Q phase code domains are displayed on-screen. both the value and signal waveform are displayed on-screen.) filter bandwidth supports multicarrier measurement. • Parameter Setup *: Radio Configuration • MS Code Domain Analysis • I/Q Level Measurement This function measures and displays each I and Q input voltage (rms. The 20 MHz (max.com . High-accuracy power measurements are achieved using the built-in power meter function. MX860904A CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Measurement Software • BTS Code Domain Analysis This performs code domain analysis of forward link signals in about 2 seconds. • EDGE Constellation Display The following screen shows a constellation filtered through the GSM standard for the EDGE constellation display. • CCDF Measurement This supports either distribution display or cumulative distribution display of the power difference between instantaneous power and average power. • Spurious Close to Carrier Measurement Spurious close to the carrier is measured using the spectrum analyzer function. The spreading factor of each code is detected automatically and displayed on-screen. • Spurious Measurement Spurious can be measured in three ways: Sweep. • Modulation Accuracy Measurement The modulation accuracy is high. which can be selected according to usage. MX860903A CDMA Measurement Software A setup screen supports easy input of parameters required for modulation accuracy and code domain power measurements at cdmaOne or CDMA2000 1xRTT analysis.anritsu. • Modulation Accuracy Measurement Frequency error. • Power Meter Function The built-in power meter uses an amorphous power sensor to support very high measurement accuracy (±0.) • Transmitter Power Measurement The screen displays the amplitude waveform simultaneously with templates with the horizontal axis as symbols and the vertical axis as level. and Spot. and RC* 1 through RC5 can be measured. MX860902A GSM Measurement Software • Parameter Setup Measurement parameters such as GMSK modulation for GSM and 8PSK modulation for EDGE are set on-screen. • Spurious Measurement A frequency table can be set up at spurious measurement to provide PASS/FAIL measurement results. both the value and signal waveform are displayed on-screen. 291 http://www. The I/Q phase code domains are displayed onscreen. It represents the constellation for 8PSK modulation through a Nyquist filter and Gaussian inverse correction filter. Search. modulation accuracy and code domain analysis are performed and the results are displayed on-screen. • Transmission Power Measurement When transmission power is measured.5˚ rms and the residual EVM of 8PSK modulation is <1. The template PASS/FAIL evaluation is displayed on-screen.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Demodulation Data Monitoring After de-spreading. • Output RF Spectrum Measurement Measurement of the output RF spectrum is simple and quick.0% rms. The units are dBmV or mV. CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA). p-p value).4 dB). Code domain analysis of 1xRTT signals in RC3 and RC4 is performed in just 2 seconds. (The residual phase error of GMSK modulation is <0. • Transmission Power Measurement When transmission power is measured. Measurement can be performed after parameter setup. High-accuracy power measurement is achieved using the built-in power meter function. • BTS Code Domain Analysis Only 2 seconds are required for code domain analysis of 1xRTT signals.) for residual vector error (rms). up to 10 frames of demodulation data can be evaluated. The measurement accuracy is 1% (typ. Fifteen frequencies and limit values can be input.

RBW and VBW in three sweep modes on three screens. This screen is used to set common parameters such as signaling system. • Modulation Accuracy Measurement The constellation display is combined with the modulation accuracy measurement results to monitor the residual vector error (rms) with a high accuracy of 0. PHS and NADC (IS-136) systems requires setting of parameters for important measurement such as modulation accuracy at this screen. PASS/FAIL results. The residual vector error (rms) is 1% (typ. including frequency. 292 http://www. The template PASS/FAIL evaluation is displayed on-screen. input level. The constellation of the code channel selected at the code domain screen is displayed. Operation is simple after parameters have been set.anritsu. MX860950A HSDPA Measurement Software • Modulation Analysis (Constellation) The displayed pattern can be selected from either constellation only or constellation + code domain. Setting these parameters simplifies measurement operations.com . level. and target system before starting analysis. when average measurement is selected. • Macro Function (Batch Processing) Each item listed below can be batch measured and evaluated against preset values. • Occupied Bandwidth Measurement The occupied bandwidth is measured with a spectrum analyzer or by FFT using DSP and displayed. • Occupied Bandwidth This displays the occupied bandwidth including 99% of total emission power as a graph and numeric data. • Adjacent Channel Leakage Power This displays the results for a wide range up to the second adjacent channel as a graph and numeric data. • Code Domain Analysis Both Code vs. • Spectrum Mask This executes pass/fail judgement using the standard line for each wireless LAN system. The power for each channel can also be displayed separately.5% (PDC). the send jitter is displayed. • Modulation Analysis (Vector Error) The display pattern can be selected from either vector error only or vector error + code domain. including 90% of total emission power. It also supports IEEE802. • Power: Slot Display This displays the burst waveform of one slot. • Parameter Setup This screen is for setting conditions required for HSDPA analysis. specifications. execution value and maximum value of the modulation accuracy (EVM) and the execution value of the phase error. I/Q phase code domains are displayed on-screen.). Slot and normal code domain analysis can be displayed. including frequency. • Modulation Analysis This displays numeric results. • Spurious This displays the measured results for spurious. frequency. PHS and NADC. Measured results are evaluated automatically and PASS/FAIL is displayed by comparison with a preset limit.11b/ 11g to display the numeric data for spreading bandwidth.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MS Code Domain Analysis This performs code domain analysis of reverse link signals in about 2 seconds. In addition. supporting high-accuracy measurement. MX860930A Wireless LAN Measurement Software • Common Setup Parameters • Spurious Close to Carrier Measurement Spurious close to the carrier is measured using the spectrum analyzer function. • Transmitter Power Measurement This screen displays the transmitter power and waveform. such as modulation accuracy and code domain power measurement. MX860905A π/4DQPSK Measurement Software • Parameter Setting Analysis of PDC. Changing the symbol rate also permits analysis of systems other than PDC. The level difference of the measured value or the measured level value is also displayed with frequency. The power value is calibrated by the built-in power meter to achieve even higher accuracy power measurement. Numeric results such as the average power and maximum instantaneous power are also displayed. • Transmission Timing Measurement This screen displays the PHS send timing. data rate.

Various display methods. and PCDE as well as modulation analysis results are displayed together. Up to 15 frequencies and limit values can be set in a table and measurement results are displayed with a limit evaluation. A high-speed measurement method can also be selected. including 16QAM (10 frames max. EVM. • Modulation Analysis Measurement [1] Results such as frequency error. Sweep and Search. such as frequency error. • Adjacent Channel Power Measurement When measuring with a spectrum analyzer. Measurement is simple after completing each setting. such as frequency and signal type. and average power difference or APD. EVM and PCDE are all displayed on a screen.com . Frequency Error and Phase discontinuity per slot. • Modulation Analysis Measurement [2] Test results such as Tx Power. • Modulation Analysis Measurement [2] The power of each code can be visualized using code domain displays (Code Domain Power. is supported per code channel. The CCDF for multi carriers can be measured. • Demodulation Data Display Display of demodulation data for multiple signals.). A maximum of 10 frames of demodulation data can be output to a PC card. EVM. • RACH Analysis Test results such as Tx Power and EVM of the Preamble and Messages. 293 http://www. Code Domain Error). reducing residual vector error (rms) to 0. High-accuracy measurements are performed.anritsu. • Spurious Measurement There are three spurious measurement methods: Spot.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • IQ Level Measurement Input voltage (rms value. RMS EVM and Peak EVM per slot are listed on-screen. and Worst values are displayed on a single screen.). helping the user detect slot-dependent degradation easily. Operation is simple after completing each setting.8% (typ. the user can view the constellation of the code selected on the code domain screen. adjacent channel power is measured after passage through a built-in filter (root Nyquist). Also. • Phase Discontinuity Measurement Test results such as Tx Power. MX860960A TD-SCDMA Measurement Software • Parameter Settings This screen is used to set basic parameters. allowing the user to understand the analysis results instantaneously. MX860951A W-CDMA Release5 Uplink Measurement Software • Parameter Settings This screen is used to set basic parameters. p-p value) for IQ can be measured. as well as the constellation are displayed. timing differences between the Preamble and Message. plus the external trigger and Preamble can be measured. • Modulation Analysis Measurement [1] The results for modulation analysis. such as Phase Error and Magnitude Error can be chosen. Also. such as frequency and signal type. • CCDF Measurement The displayed pattern can be selected from either CCDF for instantaneous power.

and Peak Power are listed. >3 GHz) N-type (RF input). ≤1 × 10–7/year (compared to frequency after 24 hour warm-up) Temperature characteristics: ±5 × 10–8 (0˚ to 50˚C.anritsu. 20 MHz (Band 0) Accuracy: ±20% (300 Hz to 10 MHz). In-phase voltage ±2. see the data sheet. compared to frequency after 24 hour warm-up) Aging rate: ≤2 × 10–8/day. The Filtered Mean Power.2 GHz +20 dBm (100 mW). ≤3 GHz). VSWR: ≤1. continuous average power.0% (at single band sweep. For details and specifications. ≤–120 dBc/Hz (1 GHz.2 GHz Span accuracy: ±1.1 to 1 V(p-p). BNC-type (I/Q input) Input: Balanced.2 GHz. 100 kHz offset) Continued on next page I/Q Input Reference oscillator Power meter Spectrum analyzer Frequency 294 http://www. Unbalanced Input impedance: 1 MΩ (parallel capacitance: <100 pF). AC/DC switchable Frequency: 10 MHz Starting characteristics: ≤5 × 10–8/day (after 10 minute warm-up.5 V Unbalanced input: 0. ±40% (20 MHz) Selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB): ≤15:1 VBW (video bandwidth): 1 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence). 10 kHz offset). Pre-selector range: 3. 5 kHz to 13. VSWR: ≤1. 50 Ω Balanced input Differential voltage: 0.1 to 1 V(p-p). 5 MHz. 10 MHz. DC input: 0 Vdc Power meter 50 Ω.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • RF Power Measurement The specified burst is searched from DwPTS and the RF power is measured.3 (input attenuator: ≥10 dB.15 GHz to 13. ≤2.com . Specifications Frequency range Max. number of data points: 1001) RBW (resolution bandwidth) Setting range: 300 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence). Subframe Power. compared to frequency at 25˚C) Frequency range: 30 MHz to 3 GHz Level range: –20 to +20 dBm Measurement accuracy (after zero calibration): ±10% Frequency setting Setting range: 9 kHz to 13.15 + 10 × N Hz) *N: Mixer harmonic order Normal marker: Same as display frequency accuracy Delta marker: Same as span accuracy Frequency span setting range: 0 Hz.2 GHz (Band 1 and 2) Frequency accuracy Accuracy: ± (display frequency × reference frequency accuracy + span × span accuracy + resolution bandwidth × 0. input level Input impedance Input connector • MS8609A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester 9 kHz to 13. off Sideband noise: ≤–108 dBc/Hz (1 GHz.5 (input attenuator: ≥4 dB.3 (30 MHz to 3 GHz) Except power meter 50 Ω.

0 dB (0 to –90 dB. Measurements Noise power: dBm/Hz. RF ATT 10 dB Frequency response: ±0.4 dB (0 to –20 dB.5 GHz to 3. ≤–75 dBc (200 MHz to 850 MHz. T6.5f [GHz] dB (2. RL1. ∆ marker → Span. Band 0). Band 2) [With Option 08] ≤–122 dBm + 1. 1 µs to 1000 s (time axis sweep) Trigger switch: Free-run.7 GHz to 13. X-dB down method Adjacent channel power Reference measurement: Total power. lower limit × 2 Mask measurement (frequency sweep): Upper limit × 2. ≤–75 dBc (7. ≤400 VA 0˚ to 50˚C.8 GHz. External (±10 V) Trigger delay Pre-trigger range: –time span to 0 s Resolution: time span/500 ns or 100 ns whichever is larger Post trigger: 0 µs to 65. D-Sub 25 pin connector (female) Video output: Analog RGB output. SR1. Next peak. VBW: 1 Hz): [Without Option 08] ≤–124 dBm + 1.75 dB (+0.3 dB (300 Hz to 5 MHz). ±0. Band 1 and 2) Two-tone 3rd order distortion: ≤–70 dBc (10 MHz to 100 MHz). ≤–85 dBc (100 MHz to 3.3 dB (10 to 50 dB).5 GHz. feet. ±1.2 GHz) *Frequency difference of two signals: ≥50 kHz. ≤85% (no condensation) EN61326-1. ±0. 1 kHz Measurement accuracy: ± (display frequency × reference frequency accuracy + 2 × N Hz + 1 LSB) *At S/N 20 dB or more and RBW 3 MHz or less.8 GHz. Line.5 dB (3.5 ms (resolution: 1 µs) Number of data points: 501.5 dB (10 MHz. AH1.2 GHz. span: 1 MHz (Input attenuator.anritsu. Band 0) ≤–116 dBm (3.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Maximum input level Continuous average power: +20 dBm. Min dip. Positive peak. Band 0) ≤–120 dBm + 1.9 to 0 dBm). Band 0). Next dip Multi-marker: 10 max. Max hold. VGA 6. 47.2 GHz.15 GHz to 7.5 GHz to 3. N: Mixer harmonic order Occupied bandwidth: Power N% method.2 GHz. VBW and sweep time set to AUTO) RBW switching uncertainty: ±0.2 GHz. ±1. front cover and fan cover).6 GHz.8 GHz). Cumulative.0 dB (7.6 GHz.7 GHz to 13. Peak → CF. reference level.8 GHz. 100 Hz. Overwrite Markers Signal search: Auto tune. DC1. input attenuator: 10 dB.5 dB (52 to 62 dB) *After calibration.15 GHz to 7. ≥+3 dBm (≥500 MHz.8 GHz. Average.com . voltage: 250 V. Peak → Ref. Band 1 and 2) Setting range: 10 ms to 1000 s (frequency axis sweep). L4. RMS (Option 04) Display functions: Trace A. 1 µs (sweep time: ≥5 ms) Gate sweep mode Gate delay range: 0 to 65. Delta Marker function: Marker → CF. ≤16 kg (nominal) 100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC (–15/+10% max. Band 2*) *: Reference frequency: 50 MHz. ≤–90 dBm (3. dBµ√ Hz C/N: dBc/Hz. graphic display Average power of burst signal: Average power within specified time range of time domain waveform Template comparison measurement (time sweep): Upper limit × 2.2 GHz. E2 Parallel interface: Centronics printer I/F. Band 0) ≤–116 dBm (3. referenced to 50 MHz.5 dB (–80 to –70 dBm) *After calibration. PP0. Triggered Trigger source: Wide IF video.2 GHz. ±2.5 ms Resolution: 100 ns (sweep time: ≤4. RBW: ≤1 kHz) 2nd harmonic distortion: ≤–60 dBc (10 MHz to 200 MHz).5f [GHz] dB (1 MHz to 2. 10.15 GHz to 7. ≥–3 dBm (≥3150 MHz. ±0. Band 0).7 GHz to 13.9 ms).6 dB (9 kHz to 3. View. 18˚ to 28˚C Log linearity: ±0. Band 1) ≤–107 dBm (7.75 dB (–69. Scroll Zone markers: Normal.3/5 V) GPIB: Can be controlled (except power switch) from external controller when specified as device Interface functions: SH1. Average.2 GHz). frequency: 50 MHz.8f [GHz] dB (2.9 to –50 dBm). Trace A/B. Zone → Span Peak search: Peak. D-Sub 15 pin connector (female) 320 (W) × 177 (H) × 411 (D) mm (except handle. Band 1*). ±0. Linear average.5 ms (resolution: 1 µs). EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Amplitude Spectrum analyzer Sweep Functions Others Dimensions and Mass Power supply Operating temperature and Humidity EMC LVD 295 http://www. ≤–70 dBc (850 MHz to 1. Band 2) Residual response: ≤–100 dBm (1 MHz to 3. in-band method Display methods: Channel specified display (3 channels × 2). Band 1) Reference level Setting range: –100 to +30 dBm Accuracy: ±0. RBW. ±1. DC voltage: 0 V Average noise level (RBW: 300 Hz. Band 1) ≤–107 dBm (7. dBc/ch Frequency counter Resolution: 1.5 GHz. ≤–90 dBc (1. ≤–80 dBc (3. Gate length range: 2 µs to 65. Trace B.2 GHz. Band 0). Trace A/BG. 1001 Detection modes: Normal.5 Hz to 63 Hz. mixer input: –30 dBm 1 dB gain compression: ≥0 dBm (≥100 MHz). Sample. Trace A/Time Storage functions: Normal..5-inch Hard copy: Hard copy of screen via parallel interface (ESC/P compatible printer) Memory card interface: ATA flash card (3. voltage auto-switching). with RBW 3 kHz referenced Input attenuator: 0 to 62 dB (2 dB steps) Switching uncertainty: ±0.5 dB (–49.7 GHz to 13. Band 0). lower limit × 2 Display: Color TFT-LCD.15 GHz to 7. Marker → CF step size. Marker → Ref. External (TTL level). 20 MHz) *After calibration.1 to 20 dBm). Min hold.15 GHz to 7.8f [GHz] dB (1 MHz to 2. Negative peak. DT1.6 GHz to 6. RBW: ≤1 kHz). C0. dBm/ch. Band 0) ≤–120 dBm + 1.

SCH level measurement function.) Code channel (16 multi-code): 50 dBc (5 MHz offset. 150 kHz to 30 MHz. Waveform detection mode: average Measurement range*2: ≥79 dB (RBW: 1 kHz.2 GHz Measures signal with sweep spectrum analyzer and displays template evaluation result Outputs 10 frames max. 50 MHz to 2.22) filter Transmitter power control measurement function: Relative power display per slot for 150 slots max. relative to signal with origin offset of –30 dBc Waveform display (for one-channel to multi-channel) Constellation. –80 to +10 dBm (average power. Eye pattern.2 dB (0 to –40 dB) *Input level: ≥–10 dBm (preamplifier: off). Band 1) *Carrier frequency: 1. –80 to +10 dBm (average power. without Option 08) Input level: ≥–10 dBm (filter method. 3. preamplifier: on*1) Transmitter power measurement Measurement range: –20 to +20 dBm (average power. spread factor: 512 (downlink). 62 dBc (10 MHz offset. chip. 1 code channel Origin offset accuracy: ±0.). Band 0) ≥79 dB (RBW: 10 kHz. chip.anritsu. ≥–20 dBm (preamplifier: on*1).3 GHz (Option 08) Input level: –60 to +20 dBm (average power. typ. Phase error vs. preamplifier: on*1) *Auto calibrated at internal power meter Accuracy: ±0.8 GHz. Band 0) ≥79 dB (RBW: 100 kHz. Code domain error Spread factor: 4 to 256 (uplink).3 GHz (Option 08. preamplifier: off).8 GHz to 2. 4 to 512 (downlink). 9 kHz to 150 kHz. 1 code channel Modulation accuracy (residual vector error): <2% (rms) *Input level: ≥–30 dBm (preamplifier: off). preamplifier: off) Measurement method Sweep method: Sweeps specified range of frequency using spectrum analyzer and then detects and displays peak value Calculates rate for transmission power value and displays as power rate.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MX860901B W-CDMA Measurement Software Guaranteed specifications after pressing Adjust Range and Power Calibration keys Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz. ≥–20 dBm (preamplifier: on*1) Code domain error Residual error: <–50 dB Accuracy: ±0. Code vs.4 dB Power measurement linearity: ±0. Amplitude error vs. Calculates rate for transmission power value and displays as power rate.15 GHz. slot measurement: Measures code domain power per slot of specified code channel for Max. ±0. Waveform detection mode: average Spot method: Measures specified frequency with time domain from spectrum analyzer and displays average value Calculates rate for transmission power value and displays as power rate. preamplifier: off) Measurement method Sweep method (all): Calculates and displays result after signal measured with sweep spectrum analyzer Sweep method (separate): Calculates and displays power after each adjacent channel measured with sweep spectrum analyzer Filter method: Measures and displays power of adjacent channels after passing via built-in receiving filters (RRC: α = 0.5 dB *Input level: ≥–30 dBm (preamplifier: off).15 GHz to 7.1 dB (code power: ≥–10 dBc).75 GHz (except within carrier frequency ±50 MHz) Input level (transmitter power): 0 to +20 dBm (average power. Vector error vs. ≥–20 dBm (preamplifier: on*1). ≥–40 dBm (preamplifier: on*1). chip. typ. 1 code channel. preamplifier: off). preamplifier: on*1) Measurement method Sweep method: Displays result after signal measured with sweep spectrum analyzer FFT method: Displays result after FFT Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz. Band 0) ≥76 – f [GHz] dB (RBW: 1 MHz. preamplifier: off). 1 GHz to 3.22) Measurement range Input level: ≥0 dBm (filter method. I/Q separately at uplink Code vs. of de-spread data for specified code channel Continued on next page Modulation/Frequency measurement Code domain analysis Amplitude measurement Occupied bandwidth measurement Adjacent channel power measurement Spurious measurement Spectrum emission mask measurement Demodulation display 296 http://www. 50 MHz to 2. slot Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz.150 slots. ≥–40 dBm (preamplifier: on*1). preamplifier: off). then measures frequency using time domain to display average value. 60 dBc (10 MHz offset. Waveform detection mode: average Search method: Sweeps specified frequency range using spectrum analyzer to detect peak value. ≥–40 dBm (preamplifier: on*1).com . ≥60 dBc (10 MHz offset. –20 to +10 dBm (average power. with the reference level setting unchanged Filter selection function: Power measurement through RRC (α = 0. typ. preamplifier: on*1) Code domain power accuracy: ±0. Band 0) ≥76 dB (RBW: 1 MHz. 50 MHz to 2. preamplifier: off).) Measurement frequency: 9 kHz to 12. 256 (uplink) Display Function: Code domain power. ≥62 dBc (10 MHz offset) Code channel (16 multi-code): ≥50 dBc (5 MHz offset).).3 GHz (Option 08) Input level: –60 to +20 dBm (average power. wide dynamic range mode) Code channel (1 code): ≥55 dBc (5 MHz offset).5 dB (error: relative to signal with origin offset of –30 dBc) *Input level: ≥–10 dBm (preamplifier: off). Spread factor auto detection function. 30 MHz to 1000 MHz. NO/GO evaluation RACH measurement function: Measures time difference between preamble RACH signal and message RACH signal Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz Input level: –60 to +20 dBm (average power. after the range adjusted. (Supporting compressed mode in downlink) Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz. –80 to +10 dBm (average power. preamplifier: on*1) Carrier frequency accuracy: ± (reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz) *Input level: ≥–30 dBm (preamplifier: off). 30) Input level: –10 to +20 dBm (average power. –80 to +10 dBm (average power.3 dB (code power: ≥–25 dBc) *Input level: ≥–10 dBm (preamplifier: off). typ.. 50 MHz to 2. wide dynamic range mode) Code channel (1 code): 55 dBc (5 MHz offset.3 GHz (Option 08) Input level: –60 to +20 dBm (average power.

7 GHz). Rise/fall characteristics: Display rising/falling edges while synchronizing to modulation data of measured signal data. except harmonic frequency) ≥66 dB (RBW: 3 MHz.anritsu. preamplifier: on). ≥–20 dBm (preamplifier: on*1).0 deg (peak) *Input level (burst average power): ≥–30 dBm (preamplifier: off). In-phase voltage: ±2.8 MHz offset) Transient part measurement range: ≥63 dB (CW. preamplifier: off). ≥–20 dBm (preamplifier: on*1) Normal mode: ≥60 dB (compared with burst average power) Wide dynamic range mode: ≥80 dB (compared with 10 mW of burst average power) *Measurement limit determined by average nose level (≤–70 dBm. unbalanced Input impedance: 1 MΩ (parallel capacity: <100 pF).MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Frequency range: 50 MHz to 3 GHz. –60 to +10 dBm (burst average power.8 GHz to 2 GHz Continued on next page Modulation/Frequency measurement Amplitude measurement Output RF spectrum measurement Spurious measurement 297 http://www.5 deg (rms). preamplifier: on*1) Modulation part measurement range: ≥60 dB (≥200 kHz offset). Band 0. 100 kHz to 50 MHz.1 to 1 V (p-p).7 GHz Input level: –40 to +20 dBm (burst average power. 30) Measurement level range: –60 to +20 dBm (average power.354 MHz to 2200 MHz. 3 MHz. <2. Band 0) ≥66 – f [GHz] dB (RBW: 3 MHz. preamplifier: off). ≥–40 dBm (preamplifier: on*1) Residual phase error (GMSK modulation): <0. preamplifier: on*1) Accuracy: ±0. 1.15 GHz. Standard line display possible (measured by 1 MHz bandwidth). +30 dBm (peak power. preamplifier: off).22.1 V (rms).15 GHz to 7.7 GHz Input level: –10 to +20 dBm (burst average power.5 V Unbalanced input: 0.3 GHz (Option 08. RC: α = 0. 50 MHz to 2. Occupied bandwidth (FFT method).5 GHz to 3. 50 MHz to 500 MHz. Amplitude vs. Band 1) *Carrier frequency: 0. ≥–40 dBm (preamplifier: on*1) Residual EVM (8PSK modulation): <1% (rms) Waveform display: Trellis (GMSK modulation). RBW: 30 kHz (<1.1 to 1 V (p-p). preamplifier: off) –80 to +10 dBm (average power. bit. preamplifier: on) Measurement method CCDF: Cumulative distribution display of power difference between instantaneous power and average power APD: Distribution display of power difference between instantaneous power and average power Filter selection function: 20. ≥68 dB (≥250 kHz offset) *CW signal. 3. without changing reference level setting after range optimization Carrier-off power measurement range Input level (burst average power): ≥–10 dBm (preamplifier: off). DC coupling I/Q level measurement: Measures and displays each I. –60 to +10 dBm (burst average power. bit (8PSK modulation). Waveform detection mode: average Spot method: Measures specified frequency with time domain from spectrum analyzer and then displays average value Calculates rate for transmission power value and displays as power rate.2 dB (–30 to 0 dBm) *Input level (burst average power): ≥–10 dBm (preamplifier: off). 0.345 MHz • MX860902A GSM Measurement Software Guaranteed specifications after pressing Adjust Range and Power Calibration keys Frequency range: 50 MHz to 2. 5.8 MHz offset). Code domain power. I/Q diagram Frequency range: 50 MHz to 2.4 dB Power measurement linearity: ±0. preamplifier: on*1) Carrier frequency accuracy: ± (reference oscillator accuracy + 10 Hz) *Input level (burst average power): ≥–30 dBm (preamplifier: off).8 GHz to 1 GHz. f (spurious) = f (input) – 2030. 50 MHz to 2. Amplitude. +20 dBm (peak power. Waveform detection mode: average Measurement range: ≥72 dB (RBW: 10 kHz. spurious is generated at the frequency shown below. 10.22 Input: Balanced. Waveform detection mode: average Search method: Sweeps specified frequency range using spectrum analyzer to detect peak value. PASS/FAIL judgment function Frequency range: 100 MHz to 2.7 GHz Input level: –40 to +20 dBm (burst average power. Phase vs.and Q-phase signals CCDF Measurement I/Q signal *1: Set when MS8609A-08 option installed in main frame *2: When the carrier frequency is in the range 2030. Band 0) ≥72 dB (RBW: 100 kHz. Calculates rate for transmission power value and displays as power rate. ≥400 kHz offset) Measurement frequency: 100 kHz to 12. –10 to +10 dBm (burst average power. RRC: α = 0. then measures frequency using time do main to display average value. I/Q level Residual vector error: <2% (rms) *Input level: ≥0. preamplifier: off).com . AC/DC switchable Measurement items: Modulation accuracy. Q input voltage (rms. RBW: 100 kHz (≤1.75 GHz (except within carrier frequency ±50 MHz) Input level (transmitter power): 0 to +20 dBm (burst average power. EVM vs. p-p) I/Q phase difference measurement: When CW signal input to I and Q input terminals. bit. Eye pattern. 50 Ω Balanced input Differential voltage: 0. preamplifier: off) Measurement method Sweep method: Sweeps specified range of frequency using spectrum analyzer and detects and displays peak value Calculates rate for transmission power value and displays as power rate. –20 to +10 dBm (burst average power.8 GHz. preamplifier: on*1) Transmitter power measurement (auto calibrated at internal power meter) Measurement range: –10 to +20 dBm (burst average power). measures and displays phase difference between I.

3..5 dBm (typ. sample detection mode ≤–148. band 1) ≤–129. band 1) ≤–119. band 0) ≤–132. 7. 18˚ to 28˚C I/Q level measurement: Measures and displays each I. 10. unbalanced Input impedance: 1 MΩ (parallel capacity: <100 pF).8f [GHz] dB (typ.5 GHz. 2.5 dBm (typ. band 2) Average noise level display • Option 04: Digital Resolution Bandwidth Resolution bandwidth Setting range: 10 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 sequence) Bandwidth accuracy: ±10% (RBW ≥100 Hz). RBW ≤30 Hz) RBW switching uncertainty: ±0..2 GHz. when RBW is 1 Hz. p-p) I/Q phase difference measurement: When CW signal input to I and Q input terminals. band 0) ≤–138.2 GHz.0% (rms). 300 Hz).. band 1) ≤–129. band 0) ≤–144.. 50 Ω Balanced input Differential voltage: 0.5 dBm + 1. band 2) Detection mode Average noise level display • Option 05: Rubidium Reference Oscillator Frequency Start-up characteristics Aging rate Temperature characteristics Accessories 10 MHz ±1 × 10–9/7 min. 3..5 GHz to 3.5 dBm (typ. 2. 2. band 0) ≤–132.5 dB NORMAL. RMS RMS: displays root-mean-square value of average power between sample points Without Option 08.. measures and displays phase difference between I.1 V (p-p) to 1 V (p-p).8f [GHz] dB (typ.5 GHz..15 GHz to 7.5f [GHz] dB (typ.1 V (rms).5 dBm + 1.. NEGATIVE PEAK.5 dB Minimum setting span: 100 Hz Without Option 08.2 GHz. ≤5:1 (typ.2 GHz. POSITIVE PEAK.5 dBm + 1.15 GHz to 7.5 dBm (typ.and Q-phase signals I/Q signal *1: Can be set when MS8609A-08 option is installed in the main unit.5 dBm (typ..2 GHz. sample detection mode ≤–146. 1 kHz) RBW selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB): ≤5:1 RBW switching uncertainty: ±0.5 GHz to 3. 3.. band 0) ≤–128.15 m (BNC211-LP4) 298 http://www. Q input voltage (rms.5 dBm + 1.8 GHz. RBW ≤30 Hz) Bandwidth selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB): ≤5:1 (RBW ≥100 Hz).5f [GHz] dB (typ. RF ATT is 0 dB. (referenced to frequency 1 hour after power-on) ±1 × 10–10/month (referenced to frequency 1 hour after power-on) ±1 × 10–9 (0˚ to 45˚C. AC/DC switchable Measurement items: Modulation accuracy. • Option 01: Precision Frequency Reference Frequency Start-up characteristics Aging rate Temperature characteristics 10 MHz ≤5 × 10–8/7 min. referenced to frequency at 25˚C) J1066 Coaxial Cord.5 dBm (typ. RF ATT is 0 dB. 0. when RBW is 10 Hz. sample detection mode ≤–136. band 2) With Option 08.2 GHz. (RBW = 1. 7... pre-amp off. DC coupling Residual EVM: <1. when RBW is 1 Hz. 1 MHz to 2.. 1 MHz to 2. 3.5 deg (rms).7 GHz to 13.8 GHz.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Input: Balanced. 7..7 GHz to 13.2 GHz.5f [GHz] dB (typ. band 1) ≤–119.5 dBm + 1. 7. ±10% typ. sample detection mode ≤–134.5 V Unbalanced input: 0. 3. In-phase voltage: ±2. pre-amp off. RF ATT is 0 dB. when RBW is 10 Hz.7 GHz to 13. band 0) ≤–138. I/Q level Modulation accuracy Residual phase error: <0. band 0) ≤–128.5 dBm + 1.15 GHz to 7.5 GHz to 3.5f [GHz] dB (typ.5 dBm + 1.5 dBm (typ.7 GHz to 13. 100 Hz.. ±10% (typ..5 dBm (typ.5 GHz to 3. band 2) With Option 08.com ..15 GHz to 7. 1 MHz to 2. MHz to 2.5f [GHz] dB (typ. referenced to frequency at 25˚C) • Option 02: Narrow Resolution Bandwidths (FFT) Resolution bandwidth Span setting Setting range: 1 Hz to 1 kHz (1-3 sequence) Bandwidth accuracy: ±10% (RBW = 30.5 dBm + 1..8 GHz. RF ATT is 0 dB.5 GHz. band 0) ≤–144. DC coupling *Input level: ≥0.5 GHz.5f [GHz] dB (typ.8 GHz.2 GHz. 2. SAMPLE.1 V (p-p) to 1 V (p-p).anritsu. (referenced to frequency at 24 hours after power-on) ≤±5 × 10–10/day (referenced to frequency at 24 hours after power-on) ≤±5 × 10–10 (0˚ to 50˚C.

2+: 7. ±0.3 GHz. VBW: 1 Hz.75 dB (+0. and temperature = 18˚ to 28˚C Linearity of waveform display Log scale (after calibration): ±0.24 µV to 707 mV Reference level accuracy: ±0. at preamplifier input level*1 of –55 dBm 1 dB gain compression: ≥–35 dBm (input frequency ≥100 MHz) *At preamplifier input level*1 Input impedance: VSWR ≤2.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Option 08: Preamplifier Gain Noise figure Frequency 20 dB (typ.12 dB (typ.75 dB (–69.5 dB (0 to –75 dB. and SAMPLE detection mode Reference level Setting range Log scale: –120 to +10 dBm. RBW.0 dB (0 to –60 dB.75 dB (10 MHz.7 kHz to 13.8 GHz to 2..) Amplitude *1: Preamplifier input level shown as: Preamplifier input level = RF input level – RF ATT setting level • Option 09: Ethernet Interface Function Connector Control (except power switch) from external controller 10BASE-T • Option 30: LPF for 2 GHz Band Carrier Cut Function Frequency range LPF Attenuation characteristics Average noise level display Frequency response Suppresses distortion in spectrum analyzer by carrier wave (1.com .). ±1.9 to –50 dBm). 9 kHz to 1.90 dB (–69.anritsu.5 GHz. continuous wave average power Level range: –14 to +26 dBm Setting range Log scale: –100 to +40 dBm or equivalent level Linear scale: 22.5 (typ. ±1. input level Power meter function Extends measurement level range to +26 dBm +30 dBm (1 W). ±0.4 µV to 22. VBW 1 Hz. RBW.15 GHz to 6.0 GHz.2 GHz *Only band 0 can use preamplifier Level measurement: Average noise level to +10 dBm Max.9 to 0 dBm).4 V Reference level accuracy: ±0.1 to +30 dBm). RBW ≤1 kHz).8 GHz.) 6. input level: +10 dBm Average noise level: –137 dBm + 2f [GHz] dB (1 MHz to 2. VBW. VBW. RF ATT: 0 dB [LPF: ON] ±1.0 dB (9 kHz to 1.5 dB (–49. ±1.5 dB (0 to –20 dB. 1 MHz span (RF ATT. or equivalent level Linear scale: 2. referenced to 50 MHz. band 0) *At RBW 300 Hz.5 dB (typ. at frequency = 50 MHz when span = 1 MHz (RF ATT. VBW: 1 Hz. input frequency: >2 GHz) Frequency range: 100 kHz to 3 GHz Band 0: 100 kHz to 3 GHz.50 dB (–90 to –70 dBm) *After calibration.2 GHz (LPF: OFF). band 0 ) *Referenced to 50 MHz. RF ATT 0 dB.0 dB (52 to 62 dB) Frequency response: ±2. ±1.5 dB (10 to 50 dB). and sweep time set to AUTO) Spectrum analyzer amplitude 299 http://www.. input frequency: ≤2 GHz) .9 to +10 dBm).8 GHz to 2 GHz) at W-CDMA low-frequency band spurious measurement *Cannot be installed simultaneously with Option 08 9 kHz to 3. at 1.2 GHz to 7.5 dB (300 Hz to 5 MHz).7 GHz to 13. RBW ≤1 kHz).0 GHz. and sweep time set to AUTO) RBW switching uncertainty: ±0. RBW ≤1 kHz) Linear scale (after calibration): ±5% (relative to reference level) Spurious response: Two tone 3rd order distortion: ≤–70 dBc (10 MHz to 3 GHz) *Frequency difference of two signals ≥50 kHz.0 GHz (LPF: ON) ≤–20 dB. –30 dB (typ. 1–: 3.2 GHz [LPF: ON] ≤–122 dBm + 2f [GHz] dB (1 MHz to 1. 1+: 6.5 dB (–80 to –70 dBm) *After calibration. ±0. referenced to RBW 3 kHz RF ATT switching uncertainty: ±0. RF ATT: 0 dB • Option 32: Maximum Input Level Extension Function Max. ±1. and temperature = 18˚ to 28˚C • Option 31: Low Noise Floor Function Average noise level display Used to decrease floor noise in frequency band 2+ ≤–112 dBm (7.0 dB (100 kHz to 3 GHz) *Referenced to 100 MHz when RF ATT = 10 to 50 dB.2 GHz. 20 MHz) *After calibration. band 0) *RBW: 300 Hz. band 2) *RBW: 300 Hz. when RF ATT = 10 dB.

Model/Order No.2 dB (0 to –40 dB) *Input level: ≥–10 dBm. 1): MS8608A/MS8609A Operation Manual (Vol. the tilt handle (standard) is eliminated.4 dB *At reference input level. 1 m GPIB Cable. if power is interrupted in the ON status. 2. • Option 48: Rack Mount without Handle (JIS) Function Mount for JIS rack When mounted.com . 6.anritsu. name and quantity when ordering. 2 m Four-point Junction Pad (5 MHz to 3000 MHz) High-power Fixed Attenuator (30 dB. MS8609A Name Main frame Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester Standard accessories Power Cord. the tilt handle (standard) is eliminated. DC to 18 GHz) Hard Carrying Case (with casters) Hard Carrying Case (without casters) Front Cover (3/4 MW4U) Rear Panel Protective Pad Tilt Handle Soft Type Circulator (1760 MHz to 2115 MHz) Isolator (1760 MHz to 2115 MHz) W-CDMA Operation Manual MX860x02A Operation Manual MX860x03A/MX268x03A Operation Manual MX860x05A/MX268x05A Operation Manual MX860x04A/MX268x04A Operation Manual MX860820A/MX860920A Operation Manual MX268x30A/MX860x30A Operation Manual MX860x50A Operation Manual W-CDMA Release 5 Uplink Measurement Software Operation Manual TD-SCDMA Measurement Software Operation Manual Maintenance service Extended Three Year Warranty Service Extended Five Year Warranty Service Power Meter Maximum Frequency Extension (6 GHz) Retrofit Retrofits Option 36 to shipped MS8609A units • Option 46: Auto-power Recovery Function Disables the power switch on the front panel and automatically restores power after power failure. 30 W. the standby status is kept even after power is restored.015 dB/˚C ATA Flash memory card 6 months Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. 2): MS8608A/MS8609A Operation Manual (Vol. 100 W. 1 m GPIB Cable. 0. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. 25˚ ±3˚C.5 m Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P).3 A: Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P). *Power switch on the front panel of this unit does not have a latching function. • Option 47: Rack Mount without Handle (IEC) Function Mount for IEC standard rack When mounted. Therefore. 300 http://www. at range optimization and no change of reference level setting 0. ON/OFF operation can be performed using the standby switch on the rear panel. 2 m Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P). 3): 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 pc pc pc pc pc pc copy copy copy J0996B Z0808 F0014 J0576B MX268001A W1709AE W1744AE W1745AE MS8609A-01 MS8609A-02 MS8609A-04 MS8609A-05 MS8609A-08 MS8609A-09 MS8609A-30 MS8609A-31 MS8609A-32 MS8609A-33 MS8609A-36 MS8609A-37 MS8609A-46 MS8609A-47 MS8609A-48 MU860920A MX860901B MX860902A MX860903A MX860904A MX860905A MX860920A MX860930A MX860950A MX860951A MX860960A J0576D J0127C J0127A J0007 J0008 MA1612A J0395 B0472 B0452A B0452B B0329G B0488 B0480 A3933 H3930 W1746AE W1795AE W1865AE W1866AE W2090AE W2154AE W2080AE W2131AE W2617AE W2593AE MS8609A-90 MS8609A-91 • Option 36: Power Meter Maximum Frequency Extension (6 GHz) Function Frequency range Level range Measurement accuracy Extends power meter maximum frequency from 3 GHz to 6 GHz.6 m: RS-232C Cable: ANR-CFX00T64(P) [Memory Card 32 MB]: Fuse. Input ATT: AUTO. after calibration and excluding mismatch error ±0. 1 m: File Transfer Utility: MS8608A/MS8609A Operation Manual (Vol. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. DC to 9 GHz) High-power Fixed Attenuator (30 dB.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Option 33: High Accuracy Power Measurement Function Frequency range Transmission power measurement range Reference level Transmission power accuracy Power measurement linearity Temperature coefficient Accessories Calibration interval Improves power measurement accuracy without using internal power meter using MX860901A W-CDMA Measurement Software 1848 MHz to 2171 MHz (Except 1995 MHz to 2105 MHz) –50 to +20 dBm (average power) –10 to +20 dBm ±0. 30 MHz to 3 GHz –20 to +20 dBm ±10% (after calibration of 0 points) • Option 37: Function Options Precision Frequency Reference (aging rate: 5 × 10–10/day) Narrow Resolution Bandwidth (FFT) Digital Resolution Bandwidth Rubidium Reference Oscillator Preamplifier Ethernet Interface LPF for 2 GHz Band Carrier Cut Low Noise Floor Maximum Input Level Extension High Accuracy Power Measurement Power Meter Maximum Frequency Extension (6 GHz) Power Meter Maximum Frequency Extension (6 GHz) Retrofit Auto-power Recovery Rack Mount without Handle (JIS) Rack Mount without Handle (IEC) Demodulation Unit Software W-CDMA Measurement Software GSM Measurement Software CDMA Measurement Software CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Measurement Software π/4DQPSK Measurement Software BER/BLER Measurement Software (requires MU860920A) Wireless LAN Measurement Software HSDPA Measurement Software W-CDMA Release 5 Uplink Measurement Software TD-SCDMA Measurement Software Optional accessories Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P).

3 (>3 GHz) Low-power input Power meter: 50 Ω.2 (≤3 GHz).1 to 1 V(p-p). In-phase voltage ±2.5G Communication Standards The MS8608A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester has an internal spectrum analyzer. Input signals can be selected from either RF or I/Q inputs. 9 kHz to 7. RS-232C and 10BASE-T (optional) interfaces. ≤1. The monitor uses a clear 6. –20 to +20 dBm (Low-power input) Measurement accuracy (after zero calibration): ±10% Continued on next page Input impedance *Input attenuator: ≥4 dB Input connector N-type (High-power input).5 V Unbalanced input: 0. ≤2. Balanced or unbalanced input can also be selected for I/Q signals. ≤1 × 10–7/year (compared to frequency after 24 hour warm-up) Temperature characteristics: ≤5 × 10–8 (0˚ to 50˚C. mobile stations.1 to 1 V(p-p).MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO TRANSMITTER TESTER MS8608A 9 kHz to 7. The modulation analyzer uses high-speed DSP processing to support all Vector Signal Analysis (VSA) functions. 3G and 3. VSWR: ≤1.anritsu.com . and power meter. Low-power input: +20 dBm (100 mW) High-power input 50 Ω. modulation analyzer.8 GHz GPIB Ethernet OPTION For Evaluation of 2G.4 dB using an amorphous sensor.5-inch TFT color LCD. compared to frequency at 25˚C) Frequency range: 30 MHz to 3 GHz Level range: 0 to +40 dBm (High-power input).5 (≤3 GHz). Features Broadband signal support (up to IMT-2000 2 Mbps) Specifications MS8608A Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester Frequency range Max. The high-speed GPIB of 120 kbps enables high-speed measurement on production lines. compared to frequency after 24 hour warm-up) Aging rate: ≤2 × 10–8/day. The spectrum analyzer resolution bandwidth of up to 20 MHz readily supports measurement of wide-band signals.8 GHz. The power sensor offers high-accuracy power measurements of ±0.3 (≤3 GHz) Except power meter: 50 Ω. and devices. 50 Ω Balanced input Differential voltage: 0. AC/DC switchable Frequency: 10 MHz Starting characteristics: ≤5 × 10–8 (after 10 minute warm-up. Up to three dedicated measurement software options (such as W-CDMA and GSM/EDGE) can be installed simultaneously.0 (>3 GHz) Input: Balanced. VSWR: ≤1. Remote measurement is supported by GPIB. Unbalanced Input impedance: 1 MΩ (parallel capacitance: <100 pF). input level 9 kHz to 7. BNC-type (I/Q input) I/Q Input Reference oscillator Power meter 301 http://www. One tester covers development to manufacturing of base stations. VSWR: ≤1. SMA-type (Low-power input).9 GHz (with Option 35) High-power input: +40 dBm (10 W).

±1. Input attenuator: 0 dB) ≤–120 dBm + 0.9 GHz. Input attenuator: 0 dB) ≤–120 dBm + 1. 2. Input attenuator: 0 dB) [With Option 08] ≤–122 dBm + 1. Input attenuator: 0 dB) ≤–90 dBm (Low-power input.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Frequency setting Setting range: 9 kHz to 3.8f [GHz] dB (Low-power input.2 GHz.8 GHz (Band: 1) *Setting resolution: 1 Hz Pre-selector range: 3. Band 0). Band 1. Input attenuator: 0 dB) Reference level Setting range: –80 to +50 dBm (High-power input).8f [GHz] dB (High-power input. VBW and sweep time set to AUTO) RBW switching uncertainty: ±0. ≤–120 dBc/Hz (1 GHz.8f [GHz] dB (High-power input. 1 MHz to 2.15 GHz to 7. Video. 18˚ to 28˚C Log linearity: ±0. Band 0. 3.6 GHz to 3.0 dB (0 to –90 dB.5 dB (0 to –20 dB. after calibration): ±0. ±0. line Trigger delay Pre-trigger range: –time span to 0 s Resolution: time span/500 ns or 100 ns.15 GHz to 7. Input attenuator: 20 dB) ≤–100 dBm (Low-power input. Band 1) *Referenced to 50 MHz.2 GHz.15 GHz to 7. ±1. ≤–85 dBc (0. +20 dBm (Low-power input) DC Voltage: 0 V Average noise level (at RBW: 300 Hz. ±0.2 GHz. Band 1. External (TTL level). 100 kHz offset) Maximum input level Continuous average power: +40 dBm (High-power input). Input attenuator: 0 dB) Residual response: ≤–80 dBm (High-power input.5f [GHz] dB (Low-power input. Band 0. referenced to RBW: 3 kHz) Input attenuator: 20 to 82 dB (High-power input). 1 µs (sweep time: ≤5 ms) Gate sweep mode Gate delay range: 0 to 65. whichever larger Post trigger: 0 to 65. Band 1. Input attenuator: 30 dB (High-power input).5 dB (–80 to –70 dBm) *Frequency: 50 MHz. 1 MHz to 3. Input attenuator: 20 dB) [Without Option 08] ≤–124 dBm + 1. 3. Band 0. ≥+3 dBm (≥500 MHz) Setting range: 10 ms to 1000 s (frequency axis sweep).5f [GHz] dB (Low-power input.75 dB (–49. Resolution: 100 ns (sweep time: ≤4. 1 µs to 1000 s (time axis sweep) Trigger switch: Free-run.75 dB (–69. Input attenuator: 0 dB) ≤–120 dBm + 0. Band 0.com . Off Sideband noise: ≤–108 dBc/Hz (1 GHz. Input attenuator: 20 dB) ≤–100 dBm + 0.1 GHz to 7.15 + 10 Hz) Normal marker: Same as display frequency accuracy Delta marker: Same as span accuracy Frequency span setting range: 0 Hz. RBW: ≤1 kHz) 2nd harmonic distortion: ≤–60 dBc (10 MHz to 200 MHz.9 to –30 dBm. 2.8 GHz (Band: 1) Frequency accuracy Display accuracy: ± (display frequency × reference frequency accuracy + span × span accuracy + resolution bandwidth × 0. 3.5 GHz. Band 1. +0. –100 to +30 dBm (Low-power input) Accuracy (High-power input.anritsu.2 GHz.8f [GHz] dB (Low-power input.0 dB (3. 3.5 dB (–60 to –50 dBm) Accuracy (Low-power input. 10 kHz offset).8 GHz. Mixer input: –30 dBm) ≤–75 dBc (200 MHz to 850 MHz. Band 0.6 dB (9 kHz to 3. Input attenuator: 20 dB) ≤–100 dBm + 1. Input attenuator: 20 dB) ≤–100 dBm + 0.15 GHz to 7. Mixer input: –30 dBm) ≤–70 dBc (850 MHz to 1.3 dB (300 Hz to 5 MHz. External (±10 V). 10 dB (Low-power input).15 GHz to 7.5 GHz. RBW: ≤1 kHz). Input attenuator: 20 dB) [With Option 08] ≤–102 dBm + 1.15 GHz to 7. 2. +20.15 GHz to 7.5 ms (resolution: 1 µs) Gate length range: 2 µs to 65. RBW. 10. mixer input: –30 dBm 1 dB gain compression: ≥0 dBm (≥100 MHz). 2. Input attenuator: 0 dB) ≤–120 dBm + 1. Input attenuator: 20 dB) ≤–70 dBm (High-power input.5 ms. 3.15 GHz to 7. Band 0. 20 MHz (Band 0) Accuracy: ±20% (300 Hz to 10 MHz) Selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB): ≤15:1 VBW (video bandwidth): 1 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence).8f [GHz] dB (High-power input.5 GHz to 3.9 to +20 dBm). Band 0.8 GHz Span accuracy: ±1.5 GHz to 3.1 to +20 dBm). Triggered Trigger source: Wide IF video. 1 MHz to 3.9 to 0 dBm).5 GHz.5 dB (–49.5 ms (resolution: 1 µs) Continued on next page Frequency Spectrum analyzer Amplitude Sweep 302 http://www.8 GHz.2 GHz (Band: 0). Band 0.9 ms). VBW: 10 Hz): [Without Option 08] ≤–104 dBm + 1. Band 0.6 GHz.1 to +40 dBm). Input attenuator: 20 dB) ≤–100 dBm + 1. ±1. span: 1 MHz (Input attenuator.0% (at single band sweep) RBW (resolution bandwidth) Setting range: 300 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence). 3.15 GHz to 7. 1 MHz to 2. 0 to 62 dB (Low-power input).8 GHz. 5 kHz to 7.5 GHz to 3.5 GHz. Mixer input: –30 dBm) ≤–90 dBc (1.2 GHz.8f [GHz] dB (Low-power input.5f [GHz] dB (High-power input.8 GHz. Band 1. Band 0. after calibration): ±0. 2 dB steps Frequency response: ±0.2 GHz.8 GHz. 1 MHz to 2. 1 MHz to 2.8f [GHz] dB (Low-power input.8f [GHz] dB (High-power input. Band 0.5 dB (–29.2 GHz.8 GHz. 5.5f [GHz] dB (High-power input.9 to –50 dBm. 3. Mixer input: –10 dBm) Two tone 3rd order intermodulation distortion: ≤–70 dBc (10 MHz to 100 MHz).5 GHz to 3. ±1.8 GHz.8 GHz) *Frequency difference of two signals: ≥50 kHz.

Trace A/Time Storage functions: Normal. MS8608A Please specify the model/order number. Overwrite Markers Signal search: Auto tune. Name Main frame Digital Mobile Radio Transmitter Tester Standard accessories Power Cord. DC to 9 GHz) High-power Fixed Attenuator (30 dB. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. Negative peak. D-Sub 25 pin connector (female) Video output: Analog RGB output. E2 Parallel interface: Centronics printer I/F. 303 http://www. Sample. Lower limit × 2 Display: Color TFT-LCD. 2 m Hard Carrying Case (with casters) Hard Carrying Case (without casters) Front Cover (3/4MW4U) Rear Panel Protective Pad Tilt Handle Soft Type Circulator (1760 MHz to 2115 MHz) Isolator (1760 MHz to 2115 MHz) Maintenance service Extended Three Year Warranty Service Extended Five Year Warranty Service J0996B Z0808 F0014 J0576B MX268001A W1709AE W1744AE W1745AE MS8608A-01 MS8608A-02 MS8608A-03 MS8608A-04 MS8608A-05 MS8608A-08 MS8608A-09 MS8608A-35 MS8608A-36 MS8608A-37 MS8608A-46 MS8608A-47 MS8608A-48 MU860820A MX860801B MX860802A MX860803A MX860804A MX860805A MX860820A MX860830A MX860850A MX860851A MX860860A Options Precision Frequency Reference (aging rate: 5 × 10–10/day) Narrow Resolution Bandwidths (FFT) Extension of Pre-selector Lower Limit (to 1.com . EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 Spectrum analyzer LVD Functions Others Dimensions and Mass Power supply Operating temperature and Humidity EMC Ordering Information Model/Order No. voltage auto-switching). 0. Scroll Zone markers: Normal. DC to 18 GHz) GPIB Cable. ≤400 VA 0˚ to 50˚C. feet.3 A: Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P).MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Number of data points: 501 Detection modes: Normal. 47.6 m: RS-232C Cable: ANR-CFX00T64(P) [Memory Card 32 MB]: Fuse. Marker → CF step size. front cover and fan cover). PP0. voltage: 250 V. Min dip. Min hold. VGA 6. 6. Trace B. Cumulative. 1): MS8608A/MS8609A Operation Manual (Vol. 1 m: File Transfer Utility: MS8608A/MS8609A Operation Manual (Vol. 2 m Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P). X-dB down method Adjacent channel power Reference measurement: Total power. Measurements Noise power: dBm/Hz.. rms (Option 04) Display functions: Trace A. ∆ marker → Span. 30 W. 2. RL1.6 GHz) Digital Resolution Bandwidth Rubidium Reference Oscillator Pre-amplifier (100 kHz to 3 GHz) Ethernet Interface 7. Zone → Span Peak search: Peak. Reference level.5-inch Hard copy: Hard copy of screen via parallel interface (ESC/P compatible printer) Memory card interface: ATA Flash card (3. W1746AE W1795AE W1865AE W2090AE W1866AE W2154AE W2080AE W2131AE W2617AE W2593AE J0576D J0127C J0127A MA1612A J0395 B0472 J0007 J0008 B0452A B0452B B0329G B0488 B0480 A3933 H3930 MS8608A-90 MS8608A-91 Name W-CDMA Operation Manual MX860x02A Operation Manual MX860x03A/MX268x03A Operation Manual MX860x04A/MX268x04A Operation Manual MX860x05A/MX268x05A Operation Manual MX860820A/MX860920A Operation Manual MX268x30A/MX860x30A Operation Manual MX860x50A Operation Manual W-CDMA Release 5 Uplink Measurement Software Operation Manual TD-SCDMA Measurement Software Operation Manual Optional accessories Coaxial Cord (N-P · 5D-2W · N-P). Trace A/B. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. DC1. Peak → CF. dBm/ch. Lower limit × 2 Mask measurement (frequency sweep): Upper limit × 2.5 m Coaxial Cord (BNC-P · RG-58A/U · BNC-P). dBc/CH Occupied bandwidth: Power N% method.5 Hz to 63 Hz. Trace A/BG. D-Sub 15 pin connector (female) 320 (W) × 177 (H) × 411 (D) mm (except handle.anritsu.9 GHz Frequency Extension Power Meter Maximum Frequency Extension (6 GHz) Power Meter Maximum Frequency Extension (6 GHz) Retrofit Auto-power Recovery Rack Mount without Handle (IEC) Rack Mount without Handle (JIS) RER/BLER Measurement Software Measurement software W-CDMA Measurement Software GSM Measurement Software CDMA Measurement Software CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Measurement Software π/4DQPSK Measurement Software W-CDMA BER/BLER Measurement Software (requires MU860820A) Wireless LAN Measurement Software HSDPA Measurement Software W-CDMA Release 5 uplink Measurement Software TD-SCDMA Measurement Software CDMA2000® is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA-USA). dBµV/√ Hz C/N: dBc/Hz. AH1. 100 W. Max hold. Delta Marker function: Marker → CF. SR1. Next peak. 1 m Four-way Junction Pad (5 MHz to 3000 MHz) High-power Fixed Attenuator (30 dB.3 V/5 V) GPIB: Controlled (except power switch) from external controller when specified as device Interface functions: SH1. L4. 1 m GPIB Cable. ≤85% (no condensating) EN61326-1. T6. Graphic display Average power of burst signal: Average power within specified time range of time domain waveform Template comparison measurement (time sweep): Upper limit × 2. ≤16 kg (nominal) 100 to 120 VAC/200 to 240 VAC (–15/+10% max. 2): MS8608A/MS8609A Operation Manual (Vol. DT1. Peak → Ref. Marker → Ref. C0. View. Positive peak. Average. name and quantity when ordering. Next dip Multi-marker: 10 max. Average. In-band method Display methods: Channel specified display (3 channels × 2). 3): 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 pc pc pc pc pc pc copy copy copy Model/Order No.

MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS DIGITAL BROADCAST SIGNAL ANALYZER

MS8901A
9 kHz to 3 GHz

GPIB

For Digital Broadcast from Maintenance to Device R&D and Manufacturing

MS8901A Digital Broadcast Signal Analyzer analyzes the signals very accurately, in the various kinds of fields like development and manufacturing field or maintenance field to manage service area or transmission station. MS8901A is equipped with spectrum analyzer of highly dynamic-range. This analyzer is realized to analyze broad band vector signal, by using the frequency converter with superior SSB phase noise characteristic, in conjunction with frequency characteristic. Up to three signal analyzing software can be installed into the platform, which can analyze the digital terrestrial broadcasting signals.

• High-performance Spectrum Analyzer

MS8901A includes the spectrum analyzer as standard equipment. This analyzer features various display screens and major functions, which enables to measure frequency counter, occupied bandwidth, and channel power. • Power Measurement of High Accuracy Power Meter Function (Option) MS8901A includes the power meter function which enables to measure up to 32 GHz. Only by installing the power sensor to the front connector, high-accurate power measurement is realized.

Features

• Fusion of RF microwave and DSP technologies • All-in-one
Applications

• Two Functions in One Unit

The MS8901A Digital Broadcast Signal Analyzer combines a spectrum analyzer and vector signal analyzer in a convenient modular platform supporting all the functions needed for measuring digital broadcast signals. • PCMCIA Card Slot For the external memory interface, the ATA flash memory card is employed. The measurement data or the parameter setting status in the field can be saved on a flash card. The measurement screen can be saved as bit map file in monochrome or color optionally and used to make reports. Measurement data can be saved as CSV format file, too. • SSB Phase Noise Characteristics of High Purity MS8901A uses the synthesizer, of which SSB phase noise characteristic is –95 dBc/Hz (1 kHz offset typ.) and –108 dBc/Hz (10 kHz offset) as local signal source. The performance of the frequency converter, which is an important component for the signal analysis of the digital broadcasting, is highly improved. • IF-stage SAW Filter To assure high channel selectivity for field measurement, the MS8901A has a SAW filter at the IF processing stage. The combination of SAW filter and digital filter at the DSP stage offers greatly improved selectivity.

• Dynamic Range

When analyzing the digital broadcasting signal, lower level of noise floor characteristic is required for the nonlinear components like mixer or preamplifier used for the frequency converter. The frequency converter included within MS8901A is equipped with spectrum analyzer and vector signal analyzer, both of which is highly dynamic range. Together with this, this frequency converter compresses 1 dB gain within +3 dBm and includes –148 dBm/Hz floor noise (–163 dBm/Hz at preamplifier). • High-level DSP Technology The MS8901A uses high-performance digital signal processing functions with a 14-bit A/D converter to assure superior analog frontend performance. 304 http://www.anritsu.com

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MX890110A ISDB-T Field Test Software

• For SFN Field Maintenance

• Repeater Bypass Echo Analysis

SFN measurements include not only field strength measurement for general-purpose field maintenance but also essential delay profile measurements. The MX890110A ISDB-T Field Test Software is an all-in-one measurement solution for field maintenance of ISDB-T service networks. Installing it in the MS8901A supports transmitter and repeater measurements when used in combination with the spectrum analyzer functions.

To assure that SFN network repeaters use the same frequency at the input and output sides, the repeater output is bypassed to the input side to generate echo. The echo can be analyzed using the delay profile measurement function because the same characteristics as the delay profile are displayed. • Precision Field Strength Measurement The built-in SAW filter and DSP technology used in the MS8901A support high-accuracy measurement of the field strength of all segments in one channel as well as just the one segment. Using DSP, the on-air ISDB-T 5.57-MHz band power can be measured with high accuracy. Furthermore, the antenna factor can be calibrated (frequency data set via ATA flash-memory card) and displayed as dBμV/m. The measured level is displayed as a power graph, supporting antenna angle adjustment, etc.

• Delay Profile Measurement

Delay profiles are easily measured to assure monitoring of multipath effects caused by changes in ground geography. Moreover, in an SFN environment, sometimes the delay wave appears before the wanted wave (pre-ghosting); these pre-ghosting faults can be analyzed in the actual field environment, helping optimize the repeater, etc., installation location design.

• Multipath Analysis in Frequency Domain

The multipath spectrum measurement function measures the frequency selectivity fading caused by multipaths. This is very useful when managing severe delays at SFN repeater send time adjustment, etc.

• For ISDB-T SFN Installation and Field Maintenance

Repeater Bypass Canceller Operation Test When a canceller is used to suppress repeater bypass, the frequency ripple generated by echo becomes flat. The multipath spectrum measurement function can be used to accurately measure how much the ripple is improved.

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MU890100A ISDB-T Demodulation Unit
Installing the MU890100A ISDB-T Demodulation Unit in the MS8901A supports real-time demodulation of terrestrial digital signals when used in combination with the MX890110A ISDB-T Field Test Software. This is a powerful tool supporting BER evaluation of on-air and pseudorandom signals as well as service area inspection and Rx tuner evaluations for monitoring video and audio. The Rx signal can be analyzed and evaluated from various perspectives by simultaneously measuring and displaying the BER, delay profile and field strength for each layer supporting BER, delay profile and field strength measurement.

• External TS Output Function

With this external TS output function, demodulated MPEG-TS signal can be output to the external instrument through DVB-ASI interface. By connecting MPEG decoder and image monitor as the external instrument, real-time image and sound can be monitored. Besides, the layer of the output signal can be selected.

Note: This instrument does not include the scramble

• BER Measurement Result Example

BER (Count) + Field Strength

MX890120B ISDB-T Signal Analysis Software For ISDB-T Broadcast Equipment Monitoring and Maintenance

• All-in-one for Broadcast Equipment Measurements

BER (Rate) + Delay Profile

• Transmission Parameter Monitor Function

From the received signal, Mode, GI and transmission parameter for each layer (TMCC) can be extracted and then monitored. TMCC information includes the current parameter and next one at a time.

The MX890120B ISDB-T Signal Analysis Software is application software for the MS8901A. Installing it in the MS8901A supports the MER measurements needed for manufacturing and maintaining ISDB-T terrestrial digital transmitters and repeaters, as well as for signal analysis using constellation displays, etc. In addition, when used with the MS8901A spectrum analyzer function, it supports the many measurements needed for manufacturing inspection and operation of transmitters and repeaters. • MS8901A + MX890120B Measurement Items Frequency error, signal strength, occupied bandwidth, spectrum mask, spurious, phase noise characteristics, amplitude frequency measurement, IM measurement, MER measurement, constellation monitoring, delay profile (requires MX890110A). • Constellation Monitoring The constellation for each layer can be displayed according to the each layer segment specifications at the TMCC setting of the Setup Parameter screen. Extremely fast measurement is achieved using high-speed DSP. As shown in the following diagram, all ISDB-T modulations can be analyzed and data signals such as TMCC and AC can be displayed as a constellation to evaluate fault locations.

BER + TMCC Information

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MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Modulation Frequency Measurement
The center carrier frequency and frequency error of the 5.57-MHz OFDM modulation signal can be measured with a high accuracy of ±0.15 Hz (Mode3, 64QAM). In addition, the frequency range from 32 MHz to 1 GHz covers the entire spectrum from the public (nominal) IF (37.15 MHz) to all UHF channels. • MER (Modulation Error Ratio) Measurement Function The Modulation Error Ratio (MER) is defined as the ratio of the vector error power converted from the ideal constellation point to the power of the ideal constellation point. MER is used by the European DVB standard as an index of the OFDM modulation signal quality. The MX890120B supports MER measurement for all modulation signals, as well as simultaneous MER measurement for each layer and MER measurement for data signals, such as TMCC and AC.

• Complete ISDB-T Signal Analysis Functions
Equalizer Operation Switching Function The modulation analysis mode can be switched between the Standard mode, which is compatible with the previous MX890120A, and the Advanced mode. The Advanced mode is best for field use in a multipath environment and supports constellation and MER analysis. Even in a multipath environment like that in Figure 2, the waveform behavior can be confirmed using both MER analysis, like in Figure 1, as well as constellation monitoring, making it a useful field troubleshooting tool.

Figure 1 Advanced Mode: Constellation Monitor Screen

• Spectrum Mask Conformance Test

Compliance with the Tx spectrum mask standardized by laws governing radio installations can be checked automatically. In addition, any spectrum mask standard line can be set in three ways.

Figure 2 Delay profile measurement screen using MX890110A ISDB-T Field Test Software

• Transmission Parameter Detection Function

Inputting the input signal frequency (channel) at ISDB-T signal analysis allows one-touch detection and setting of transmission parameters (MODE, GI, TMCC data).

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MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • C/N, C/N Integer Function
The integrated results for any range of C/N curve described in the specification like JEITA transmitter handbook, etc., can be calculated and displayed using this function.

• For R&D and Design Ranging from ISDB Devices to STB
Constellation Monitor Function The constellation monitor function is a useful tool for troubleshooting faults based on their behavior. In addition, the MER measurement function is useful for managing MER and easy determination of aging of device and CN.

• One Segment Analysis Function

The only one segment of the ISDB-T signal can be measured to display the constelIation and perform MER analysis.

• Frequency Characteristics Measurement

This function displays the 5.57-MHz in-band frequency characteristics using SP and CP in the OFDM modulation signal. The in-service frequency characteristics of transmitters and repeaters can be monitored using the modulation signal. Moreover, since there is a correction function, combination with a digital broadcast signal generator supports simple measurement of frequency characteristics like using a network analyzer. After the MS8901A and digital broadcast signal generator have been calibrated while directly linked and the frequency characteristics have been flattened, the 5.57-MHz band frequency characteristics of a device inserted between them can be measured.

• Frequency Counter Functions

The frequency counter function can be used to measure the continuous waveform over a range of 3.9 MHz to 1000 MHz at a display resolution of 0.01 Hz.

• OFDM In-band Interference Analysis (Sub-carrier MER measurement)

Signals (such as interference) hidden in the ISDB-T signal band can be analyzed for each sub-carrier. This is useful for field analysis of waveform quality, and in-circuit crosstalk or interference.

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Option

• MS8901A-18 Low IF/IQ Unbalance Input

MX890140A Digital CATV Analysis Software For Monitoring and Maintaining Digital CATV

The general characteristics of 1-segment tuners and devices used in mobile phones receiving terrestrial digital broadcasts and requiring small size, low power consumption, and low frequency, can be quantified by monitoring the constellation, and measuring the MER and 1-segment in-band frequency characteristics using the MX890120B ISDB-T Signal Analysis Software and inputting a 1-segment OFDM modulation signal (Low IF or IQ) from the MS8901A-18 Low IF/IQ Unbalance Input connector. • MER (Modulation Error Ratio) Measurement The Modulation Error Ratio (MER) is defined as the ratio of the vector error power converted from the ideal constellation point to the power of the ideal constellation point. MER is used by the European DVB standard as an index of the OFDM modulation signal quality. Since both the OFDM signal modulation frequency can be measured and the constellation can be monitored on one screen, this is a useful tool for troubleshooting faults based on their behavior.

• All-in-one Measurement of Single QAM Signal

The MX890140A Digital CATV Analysis Software is installed in the MS8901A to support analysis of ITU-T J83 Annex B/C Digital CATV downlink signals for measuring MER and residual noise required to monitor and maintain digital CTAV networks. MX890140A Measurement Items

• Modulation Analysis • Channel Power • Frequency Measurement/Frequency Error Measurement • Easy-to-use Interface (Set Up Common Parameter screen)
Integrating the measurement parameter setting screen and the measurement screen gives a clearer understanding of the setting and measurement flow, and parameters can even be changed at the measurement screen. Dividing the parameter input field into Frequency/Level/Signal Quality makes input easier to understand.

Set Up Common Parameter Screen Modulation Analysis Screen

Power Measurement Screen

• Frequency Characteristics Measurement

This function displays the 5.57-MHz, in-band frequency characteristics using SP and CP in the OFDM modulation signal (1-segment Rx at bottom screen). Measuring the frequency characteristics helps clarify the tuner local leakage and mobile signal interference conditions.

Setup Common Parameter Screen

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MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Versatile Measurement Items
In addition to general modulation analysis items such as vector error, the MX890140A supports the important measurement items defined by ETSI TR 101 290, such as MER. • Displays Unseen Residual Noise This display detects superimposed, in-channel, residual noise. As shown in the following diagram, this function can be used to find unnecessary waveforms even where there seem to be no particular abnormalities.

• Displays Degraded Waveform

(Constellation, Eye Diagram Displays) The constellation display showing the I and Q components as Cartesian coordinates is ideal for easily confirming the signal amplitude error, frequency error, etc., at a glance using the scatter and convergence of sample points. This display is also useful for quantifying the cause of the degraded signal using the sample point scatter. The MX890140A supports both 64QAM and 256QAM displays and can also display an Eye Diagram showing the I and Q components as respective time series.

Spectrum Waveform

Constellation Display

Residual Noise Display

Eye Diagram Display

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Specifications

• MS8901A Digital Broadcast Signal Analyzer
Frequency range Setting frequency resolution Frequency read out accuracy Marker frequency readout accuracy Frequency counter Frequency Frequency span Resolution bandwidth (3 dB BW) (RBW) Video bandwidth (VBW) Signal purity Reference oscillator

Except were noted otherwise, specified values were obtained after warming up the equipment for 30 minutes at a constant ambient temperature and then performing calibration. The typical values are given for reference, and are not guaranteed.
9 kHz to 3.0 GHz Minimum 1 Hz ± (frequency readout × reference frequency accuracy + span × span accuracy + resolution bandwidth × 0.15 + 10 Hz) Normal: Same as frequency readout accuracy Delta: Same as frequency span accuracy Resolution: 1 Hz, 10 Hz, 100 Hz, 1 kHz Accuracy: ± (frequency readout × reference frequency accuracy + 1 LSD + 2 Hz) (S/N ≥20 dB) Setting range: 0 Hz, 1 kHz to 3.1 GHz Accuracy: ±1.0% Setting range: 300 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence), 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 20 MHz (manually or automatically settable according to frequency span) Bandwidth accuracy: ±20% (RBW = 300 Hz to 10 MHz), ±40% (RBW = 20 MHz) Selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB): ≤15:1 1 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence), Off (manually or automatically settable according to resolution bandwidth) Noise side bands: ≤–108 dBc/Hz (1 GHz, 10 kHz offset), ≤–120 dBc/Hz (1 GHz, 100 kHz offset) Frequency: 10 MHz Aging rate: ≤2 × 10–8/day , ≤1 × 10–7/year (referred to frequency after 24 hours warm-up) Temperature characteristics: ±5 × 10–8 (0˚ to 50˚C, referred to frequency at 25˚C) Measuring range Average noise level to +30 dBm (preamplifier Off) Average noise level to +10 dBm (preamplifier On) Maximum input level +30 dBm (CW average power, input attenuator: 10 dB, preamplifier Off), ±0 V (DC) +10 dBm (CW average power, preamplifier Off) Average noise level: Preamplifier On ≤–139 dBm + 2 × f [GHz] dB (1 MHz to 2.5 GHz) Preamplifier Off ≤–124 dBm + 2 × f [GHz] dB (1 MHz to 2.5 GHz) ≤–120 dBm + 2 × f [GHz] dB (2.5 GHz to 3 GHz) (input attenuator: 0 dB, RBW: 300 Hz, VBW: 1 Hz) Residual response: ≤–100 dBm (1 MHz to 3.0 GHz) (input attenuator: 0 dB, input: 50 Ω termination) Setting range Preamplifier Off Log scale: –100 to +40 dBm or equivalent level Linear scale: 2.24 μV to 22.4 V Preamplifier On Log scale: –120 to +10 dBm or equivalent level Linear scale: 0.224 µV to 707 mV Unit Log scale: dBm, dBμV, dBmV, dBμV (emf), W, dBμV/m Linear scale: V Reference level accuracy: Preamplifier Off ±0.75 dB (+0.1 to +30 dBm), ±0.5 dB (–49.9 to 0 dBm), ±0.75 dB (–69.9 to –50 dBm), ±1.5 dB (–80 to –70 dBm) Preamplifier On ±0.75 dB (–19.9 to +10 dBm), ±0.9 dB (–69.9 to –20 dBm), ±1.1 dB (–89.9 to –70 dBm) A ∗ fter calibration, at 50 MHz frequency, span 1 MHz (when input attenuator, resolution bandwidth, video bandwidth, and sweep time set to AUTO) Resolution bandwidth switching uncertainly: ±0.3 dB (300 Hz to 5 MHz), ±0.5 dB (10 MHz, 20 MHz) ∗After calibration, referenced to resolution bandwidth 3 kHz Input attenuator (input attenuator) Setting range: 0 to 62 dB, 2 dB step (manually or automatically settable according to reference level) Switching uncertainly: Preamplifier Off ±0.3 dB (10 to 50 dB), ±0.5 dB (52 to 62 dB) ∗After calibration, referenced to input attenuator 10 dB Preamplifier On ±0.5 dB (10 to 50 dB), ±1.0 dB (52 to 62 dB) A ∗ fter calibration, referenced to input attenuator 10 dB Input attenuator switching mode: 2, 10 dB step mode Continued on next page

Level measurement

Amplitude Reference level

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Referred to 50 MHz frequency, input attenuator 10 dB, temperature 18˚ to 28˚C ±0.6 dB (preamplifier Off) ±1.0 dB (preamplifier On) Referred to 50 MHz frequency, input attenuator 10 to 62 dB ±1.0 dB (preamplifier Off) ±2.0 dB (preamplifier On) Scale: 10 div Log scale: 10, 5, 2, 1 dB/div Linear scale: 10, 5, 2, 1%/div Linearity (after calibration) Preamplifier Off Log scale: ±0.4 dB (0 to –20 dB, RBW ≤1 kHz), ±1.0 dB (0 to –90 dB, RBW ≤1 kHz) Linear scale: ±4% of reference level Preamplifier On Log scale: ±0.5 dB (0 to –20 dB, RBW ≤1 kHz), ±1.0 dB (0 to –60 dB, RBW ≤1 kHz), ±1.5 dB (0 to –75 dB, RBW ≤1 kHz) Linear scale: ±5% of reference level Marker level resolution Log scale: 0.01 dB Linear scale: 0.02% of reference level 2nd harmonic distortion: ≤–60 dBc (10 MHz to 200 MHz, mixer input level –30 dBm) ≤–72 dBc (0.2 GHz to 0.85 GHz, mixer input level –30 dBm) ≤–70 dBc (0.85 GHz to 1.5 GHz, mixer input level –30 dBm) 3rd order intermodulation distortion: ≤–70 dBc (10 MHz to 100 MHz), –85 dBc (0.1 GHz to 3.0 GHz) ∗Frequency reference of two signal: ≥50 kHz, mixer input level –30 dBm Image response: ≤–70 dBc At mixer input level Preamplifier Off ≥0 dBm (≥100 MHz), ≥+3 dBm (≥500 MHz) Preamplifier On ≥–35 dBm (≥100 MHz) 1 dB gain compression vs. Averaging noise level 124 dB – 2f [GHz] dB (≥100 MHz) In frequency sweep Setting range: 10 ms to 1000 s (manual settable, or automatically settable according to span, resolution bandwidth, video bandwidth) Setting resolution: 5 ms (10 ms to 1 s), most significant 3-digits (≥1 s) Accuracy: ±3% Continuous, Single Freerun, Triggered Wide IF Video, Line, Ext (±10 V), Ext (TTL) Off, Random sweep mode Gate delay: 0 µs to 65.5 ms, resolution 1 µs Gate length: 2 µs to 65.5 ms, resolution 1 µs Gate end: Internal/External Sweeps only in frequency range indicated by zone marker Sweeps while tracking peak points within zone marker (zone sweep also possible) Setting range: 1 μs to 1000 s Setting resolution: 1, 2, 5 sequence (1 μs to 50 μs), 100 μs (100 μs to 4.9 ms), 5 ms (5 ms to 1 s), Most significant 3-digits (>1 s) Accuracy: ±1% Freerun, Triggered Wide IF Video, Video, Line, Ext (±10 V), Ext (TTL) Pre-trigger: Display waveform before triggering Setting range: – (time span) to 0 s Setting resolution: bigger value between (time span)/500 ns or 100 ns Post-trigger: Display waveform before triggering Setting range: 0 µs to 65.5 ms Setting resolution: 100 ns (sweep time ≤4.9 ms), 1 µs (sweep time ≥5 ms) Continued on next page

Frequency response

Scale fidelity

Frequency Spurious response 1 dB gain compression Maximum dynamic range Frequency response Frequency domain Time domain Sweep mode Trigger switch Trigger source Gate mode Zone sweep Tracking sweep Sweep time Trigger switch Trigger source Trigger delay

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Numbers of point 501,1001 points Normal, Positive Peak, Negative Peak, Sample, Average Normal: Simultaneously displays max. and min. points between sample points Positive Peak: Displays max. points between sample points Negative Peak: Displays min. points between sample points Sample: Displays momentary value at sample points Average: Displays average value between sample points Trace-A, Trace-B, Trace-Time, Trace-A/B, Trace-A/BG, Trace-A/Time A → B, B → A, A ↔ B, A + B → A, A – B → A, A – B + DL → A Normal, Max Hold, Min Hold, Average, Linear Average, Cumulative, Over Write Auto Tune, Peak → CF, Peak → REF, Scroll Normal, Delta Marker → CF, Marker → REF, Marker → CF Step Size, ΔMarker → Span, Zone → Span Peak, Next Peak, Min Dip, Next Dip, Next Right Peak, Next Left Peak Number of points: 10 max. (Highest 10, Harmonics, Manual Set) Noise power: dBm/Hz, dBm/CH, dBV/√ Hz C/N: dBc/Hz, dBc/CH Occupied bandwidth: power N% method, × dB Down method Adjacent channel leakage power: 2 channels × 2, graphic display Average power of burst signal: average power in designate time range of time domain waveform Channel power: dBm/Hz, dBm, dBμV, dBμV (emf), dBmV, dBμV/m Template comparison measurement: upper/lower limits × each 2 (time domain) MASK: upper/lower limits × each 2 (time domain) The user can correct frequency response optionally, max. 150 points Color TFT-LCD, Size: VGA 17 cm (6.5” Type), 4096 colors (RGB, 16-scale settable) Display data can be hard-copied via the parallel interface (model corresponded to PCL Level 3 or less, ESC/P-J83 or J84) PC-ATA card or Compact Flash card (3.3 V/5 V) can be accessed Function: Save/recall measurement settings and waveform data, Save bitmap files of waveform display Connector: PC Card Type I or Type II Can be controlled as device from external controller (excluding power switch) Baud rate: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19.2 k, 38.4 k, 56 k, 115 kbps Connector: D-Sub 9 pins, plug Function: Meets to IEEE488.2 Can be controlled as device from external controller (excluding power switch) Interface function: SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT1, C0, E2 Based on centronics, output printing data to printer Connector: D-Sub 25 pins, jack N-type connector, jack 50 Ω, VSWR: 1.5 typ. (input attenuator 10 dB) BNC, 50 Ω nominal value Frequency: 10.69 MHz/66 MHz Output level: –10 dBm typ. (frequency 100 MHz, at upper edge of display scale) BNC, 50 Ω nominal value Frequency: 60.69 MHz/66 MHz Gain: 0 dB typ. (frequency 100 MHz, input attenuator 0 dB) BNC, 75 Ω nominal value Output level: 0 to 0.5 V ±0.1 V (log scale), 0 to 0.4 V ±0.1 V (linear scale) (frequency 100 MHz, at upper edge of display scales) Analog RGB, Connector: D-Sub 15 pins, jack BNC connector, Frequency: 10 MHz ±10 Hz, 13 MHz ±13 Hz, Level: ≥0 dBm (50 Ω termination) BNC connector, Frequency: 10 MHz, Output level: 2 to 5 Vp-p (200 Ω termination) BNC connector Output level: 0 to 10 V ±1 V (100 kΩ termination, from left edge to right edge in display scale, single sweep) BNC connector, Output level: TTL (when sweeping, at low level) 4-pin connector, +12 V, –12 V, each ±10%, each max 110 mA BNC connector Input level: ±10 V (0.1 V resolution), or TTL level 320 (W) × 177 (H) × 411 (D) mm (exclude handle, legs, front cover, fan cover) ≤16 kg (nominal value) 85 to 132 V, 170 to 250 V (automatic voltage change), 47.5 Hz to 63 Hz, ≤400 VA Operating: 0˚ to +50˚C, ≤RH85%, Storage: –20˚ to +60˚C EN61326-1, EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1

Detection mode

Display function Trace calculation Storage function Function General specification Others Signal search Zone marker Marker function Peak search Multi marker

Measurement function

Correction Display Hard copy PC card interface

RS-232C

GPIB Parallel interface Input connector IF output

Wideband IF output

Video output (Y) Video output External reference signal input Buffered output Sweep output (X) Sweep status output (Z) Probe source Trig/Gate input Dimension Mass Power supply (operating range) Temperature range EMC LVD

∗ Typical value and nominal value are reference data, so that not warrant them as spec.

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Option 01: Precision Frequency Reference Oscillator
Frequency Aging rate Temperature stability Warm-up time within ≤5 × 10 –8 10 MHz ≤5 × 10–10/day (referred to frequency after 24 hours warm-up) ≤5 × 10–10 (0 to 50˚C, referenced to frequency at 25˚C) Resolution bandwidth

Option 04: Digital Resolution Bandwidth
Setting Range: 10 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 sequence) Resolution Bandwidth Accuracy: ±10% (RBW ≥100 Hz), ±10% (RBW ≤30 Hz, typ.) Resolution Bandwidth Selectivity: ≤5:1 (RBW ≥100 Hz), ≤5:1 (RBW ≤30 Hz, typ.) Resolution Switching Deviation: ±0.5 dB (Referenced to RBW = 3 kHz) Normal, Positive Peak, Negative Peak, Sample, RMS RMS: Displays RMS Value between sample points Setting Range: Minimum 1 kHz At Input attenuator: 0 dB, RBW: 10 Hz Preamplifier Off ≤–134.5 dBm + 1.5 × f [GHz] dB (typ.) (1 MHz to 2.5 GHz) ≤–130.5 dBm + 1.5 × f [GHz] dB (typ.) (2.5 GHz to 3 GHz)

7 minutes typ. (at 25˚C) Detection mode Span

Option 02: Narrow Resolution Bandwidth
Setting range: 1 Hz to 1 kHz (1-3 sequence) Switching uncertainly: ±0.5 dB ∗Reference to RBW 3 kHz (analog) Resolution bandwidth accuracy: ±10% (RBW = 30, 300 Hz) ±10% typ. (RBW = 1, 3, 10, 100 Hz, 1 kHz) Selectivity (60 dB: 3 dB): ≤5: 1 Minimum span setting: 100 Hz At Input attenuator: 0 dB, RBW: 1 Hz, Preamplifier Off ≤–146.3 dBm + 1.5 × f [GHz] dB (typ.) (1 MHz to 2.5 GHz) ≤–144.3 dBm + 1.5 × f [GHz] dB (typ.) (2.5 GHz to 3 GHz)

Resolution bandwidth

Detection mode

Span

Option 05: Rubidium Reference Oscillator (Option 25 is an option retrofit)
Frequency Start characteristic Aging rate Temperature characteristic Appendant 10 MHz R ∗ eferenced to frequency at 7 min after power-on R ∗ eferenced to frequency, after power on 60 min. ±1 × 10–9 (0˚ to 45˚C, referenced to frequency at 25˚C) J1066 coaxial code, 0.15 m (BNC211-LP4) ±1 × 10–10/month ±1 × 10–9

Average noise level

Option 09: Ethernet Interface
Function Connector Controlled by the external computer (Except power switch) 10BASE-T

Option 18: Low IF/IQ Unbalance Input
Input format Measurement item Low IF, IQ Unbalanced selectable When Low IF is selected, only the I connector is valid (unbalanced input). Modulation analysis only (Function and performance equivalent to modulation analysis when RF is input) • Equalizer function • Reception segment switch function • Constellation • Frequency characteristics • Segmentation offset • Signal parameter automatic detection • Sub-carrier MER 250 kHz to 5 MHz, 1 Hz steps 1 MΩ (parallel capacity <100 pF) or 50 Ω selectable 0.1 to 1.0 Vp-p (unbalanced input, via input pin) DC connection or AC connection selectable Continued on next page

Function, performance

Frequency setting range Impedance Input level range

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When one OFDM modulation signal wave conforming to ISDB-T is input Frequency lock range +99 kHz (When 1 Seg is selected for reception segment switch function) • When Terminal: Low IF-DC or IQ-DC selected Impedance: 50 Ω Mode: Mode3 Guard interval: 1/8 Segmentation offset: 512 Modulation mode: 64QAM partial reception signal Input level: 0.1 V (rms) Average count: 5 times for 1 Seg signal. ±0.3 Hz + (reference frequency accuracy × measurement frequency) • When option: The MS8901A-53 or the MS8901A-73 is installed Impedance: 50 Ω Mode: Mode3 Guard interval: 1/8 Segmentation offset: 512 Modulation system: 64QAM partial reception signal Input level: 0.1 V (rms) Average count: 5 times for 1 Seg ±0.15 Hz + (reference frequency accuracy × measurement frequency) When average count: 40 in the above condition ±0.1 Hz + (reference frequency accuracy × measurement frequency) Conventional (total), Layer_A, Layer_B, Layer_C, TMCC, AC1, AC2 (When 1 Seg is selected for reception segment switch function) Conventional value when terminal: Low IF-DC or IQ-DC selected Impedance: 50 Ω Mode: Mode3 Guard interval: 1/8 Segmentation offset: 512 Modulation mode: 64QAM partial reception signal In-put level: 0.1 V (rms) Average count: 10 times for 1 Seg signal. ≥50 dB (507.9 kHz typ.) 507.9 kHz: Frequency of 1/16 of FFT clock (512 MHz/63 MHz)

Frequency measurement accuracy

Modulation analysis

MER measurement item

Residual MER

Option 21: Power Meter (Option 41 is an option retrofit)
Outline Frequency range Level range Conformity power sensor Readout Power range Change of range Equipment accuracy Zero set Zero movement between ranges Oscillator for calibration High accuracy electric power measurement in frequency range of 100 kHz to 32 GHz can be performed. 100 kHz to 32 GHz –10 to +20 dBm MA4601A, MA4701A, MA4703A, MA4705A Selection of W, dBm, and dB (Relative) is possible. Digital 4 figure display, 20% of over range 4 range/10 dB step (The measurement level range is indicated to the standard of Power sensor.) Automatic, Manual (A setup to ranges arbitrary regardless of Range hold and Input level is possible.) ±0.7% (W mode) ±0.03 dB (dBm mode, dB (Relative) mode) I ∗f ZERO ADJ key is pushed, it will adjust to a zero point automatically. ±0.5% of full scale typical. (100 μW range of the highest sensitivity) ±0.2% of full scale (It is 100 µW range of the highest sensitivity and is after zero set.) Frequency: 50 MHz Level: 1 mW ±1.2% (For one year) Averaging: Setting is possible in four stages in sample rate time.

Option 46: Auto Power Recovery
Outline Cancels the power switch on front panel and automatically recovers to power-on after power failure.

∗ This equipment enters the standby state when the line has to be disconnected
and reconnected, because power switch on front panel doesn’t have latch function. If this equipment is built into remote systems, please install this option.

Option 47: Rack Mount (IEC)
Outline Attachment of rack mount which meets IEC spec The standard tilt handle is eliminated when rack mount kit is attached.

Option 48: Rack Mount (JIS)
Outline Attachment of rack mount which meets JIS spec The standard tilt handle is eliminated when rack mount kit is attached.

Option 53: High Accuracy Modulation Frequency Measurement (Option 73 retrofit)
Outline Frequency display Frequency accuracy Measures the center frequency of the OFDM modulation wave of the software sold separately (MX890120B) with high accuracy. Displays the measured result of the center frequency in 0.01 Hz unit. (0.1 Hz, heretofore) Refer to the Section 1.2 “Product Configuration” and 1.4 “Specifications” of the Operation Manual MX890120B for details on the Specifications of the frequency accuracy.

Option 34: 4 GHz LO Output
Frequency Frequency accuracy Output Level Spurious 4 GHz ± (4 GHz × Reference frequency accuracy) ±1 Hz –10 dBm (typ.) ≤–40 dBc (typ.)

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75 MHz offset). 473 + (N–13) × 6 + 0. VHF.) Detuning characteristics 2-tone 3rd-order intermodulation distortion 1 dB gain compression For J1032 UHF bandpass filter input when the supplied 30 cm coaxial cable and J1032 UHF bandpass filter are connected to the RF input connector (The loss is automatically corrected only for 5. Displays simultaneously with 13 segments’ field strength Bar graph: Displays the instantaneous field strength of the central one segment. Range: 43 to 123 dBµV (emf) (preamplifier Off).25 MHz offset). CW signal.01 dB Noise floor: ≤35 dBµV (emf) (preamplifier Off). Displays simultaneously with that of 13 segments Relative value: Displays the theoretical figure calculated from the 13-segments’ field strength and the relative value from the 1-segment field strength Continued on next page Voltage measurement Field strength (Valid when Channel Map is not set to General. CW signal. input attenuator 0 dB.57 MHz band when Channel Map is set to Interim-1 or Interim-2.142857 MHz 8 ≤N ≤12: 195 + (N – 8) × 6 + 0. For performance specifications. 27 to 103 dBµV (emf) (preamplifier On) Accuracy: ±2 dB (average value from sampling count of 100) Resolution: 0. ≥54 dBc (+8.) Unit: dBμV/m Sampling count: 1 to 100 points Display system Instantaneous value: Displays instantaneous field strength Maximum value: Displays the maximum field strength for the number of measurement samples Minimum value: Displays the minimum field strength for the number of measurement samples Average value: Displays the average field strength for the number of measurement samples Bar graph: Displays the instantaneous field strength on a bar graph Display system for 1-segment measurement Displays the field strength of the central one segment (0. each value is assumed to be obtained from measurement by implementing calibration after 30 minute preheating under constant ambient temperature conditions and then executing Adjust Range immediately before measurement. The MS8901A measures BER for each layer at the Adjust Range execution and sets the reference level so that the measured result becomes optimal. These specifications are based on when the MX890110A is installed in the MS8901A.142857 MHz • UHF: A frequency calculated from the following expression with N = 13 to 62 (channels) can be set.anritsu. 1 ≤N ≤3: 93 + (N – 1) × 6 + 0. 473 + (N – 13) × 6 + 0.) Field strength measurement 316 http://www.142857 MHz • CATV: A frequency calculated from the following expression with N = 13 to 63 (channels) can be set. 101 dBμV (emf) input: OFDM signal conforming to ISDB-T ≥35 dBc (±6 MHz offset).142857 MHz Normal and Reverse can be selected for the spectrum direction based on the Spectrum setting. The following frequencies can be set according to the item selected for Channel Map: • General: A frequency from 32 MHz to 1000 MHz can be set in steps of 1 Hz • Interim-1: A frequency calculated from the following expression with N = 13 to 32 (channels) can be set.142857 MHz • UHF (Brazil): A frequency calculated from the following expression with N = 14 to 69 (channels) can be set. ≥50 dBc (±12 MHz offset) CW signal ≥46 dBc (–3. ≤19 dBµV (emf) (preamplifier On) (At RF input terminal.142857 MHz 4 ≤N ≤7: 173 + (N – 4) × 6 + 0.142857 MHz N = 22: 167. (This function is valid when the MU890100A ISDB-T demodulation unit is installed and also the measurement is carried out on the BER screen) Attenuation with preamplifier Off.142857 MHz 23 ≤N ≤63: 225 + (N – 23) × 6 + 0.75 MHz offset) Preamplifier Off. Channel Map Frequency Spectrum direction (only when Channel Map is set to General) The reference level setting method can be switched between the manual setting by a user (Ref Setting) and the automatic setting (Adjust Range). The reference level is determined by measuring the input power for the full frequency band.) At RF input connector end when Channel Map is set to UHF. 2-tone signal frequency difference 6 MHz: ≤–56 dBc Preamplifier On. Reference level (Ref setting) Level Adjust range Refer to BER Preamplifier Off: –28 to +10 dBm (setting resolution: 2 dB) Preamplifier On: –48 to –10 dBm (setting resolution: 2 dB) This is a function used to set the reference level automatically. 2-tone signal frequency difference 6 MHz: ≤–53 dBc Preamplifier Off. input attenuator 0 dB.com . 13 ≤N ≤21: 111 + (N – 13) × 6 + 0.43 MHz bandwidth).MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MX890110A ISDB-T Field Test Software (MU890100A ISDB-T Demodulation Unit) The specifications of the MX890110A Field Test Software shown in the table below. ≥54 dBc (–7. input attenuator 0 dB. ≥46 dBc (+4. average value from sampling count of 100) Range: Voltage measurement range + cable loss + antenna factor (The cable loss and antenna factor can be corrected by the Correction function and Antenna Factor function respectively. 73 dBµV (emf) input. 93 dBμV (emf) input.142857 MHz • Interim-2: A frequency calculated from the following expression with N = 13 to 32 (channels) can be set. OFDM signal conforming to ISDB-T: ≥107 dBµV (emf) Preamplifier On. or CATV. input attenuator 0 dB.15 MHz • VHF: A frequency calculated from the following expression with N = 1 to 12 (channels) can be set. 473 + (N – 13) × 6 + 0. OFDM signal conforming to ISDB-T: ≥78 dBµV (emf) Receiver performance (Valid for measurement on the Field strength screen when Channel Map is not set to General. 473 + (N – 14) × 6 + 0.25 MHz offset). input attenuator 0 dB.

01 dB D/U accuracy Input signal: RF input level: 63 dBµV (emf) or greater (Preamplifier Off). Mode3 1/4. –50. –40.79 MHz Marker resolution: 1 kHz Entire display: Displays all measured results of multipath spectrum Magnified display: Magnifies a part of Entire display Frequency and relative level can be read using a marker in Magnified display. typ.) D/U ratio and delay time can be read using a marker in Magnified display A delta marker is available A standard line can be displayed on the Delay Profile display screen 0 μs or shorter: –28 dB From 0 μs to Guard interval length:–3 dB Guard interval length or longer: –28 dB Display range: –60 to 0 dB Can be switched among –20. –30. dBμV(emf) Range: –70 to +10 dBm (Preamplifier Off. Path2: 0. Path2: 0. –86 to –10 dBm (Preamplifier On.69 µs/–20 dB Path1: 0 s/0 dB. 43 dBµV(emf) or greater (Preamplifier On) Modulation system: Synchronous modulation (for all segments). Continued on next page D/U Delay profile Delay time Display method Marker Mask Relative level Frequency Display method Marker Average (on the Delay Profile screen only) 317 http://www. (Two scaling factors can be selected in the Delay Profile screen. dBmV.123 μs Entire display: Displays all measured results of delay profile Magnified display: Magnifies a part of Entire display. Times: 2 to 100 Method LOG: Averages the D/U value and relative level value in dB units. –40.27 µs/–30 dB Display range: Fixes the screen display range/ can switch to the variable • Fixing the range – (1/12 of valid symbol length) to (1/4 of valid symbol length) • Varies the range: 5 types of display range can be selected – (2/48 of valid symbol length) to (14/48 of valid symbol length) – (5/48 of valid symbol length) to (11/48 of valid symbol length) – (8/48 of valid symbol length) to (8/48 of valid symbol length) – (11/48 of valid symbol length) to (5/48 of valid symbol length) – (14/48 of valid symbol length) to (2/48 of valid symbol length) Valid range: 0 μs to Guard interval length Marker resolution: 0. By using a 2-wave evaluation signal with the averaging count of 10: ±2 dB (–3 dB ≥D/U >–20 dB) ±3 dB (–20 dB ≥D/U >–30 dB) Evaluation signals (delay time/level): Path1: 0 s/0 dB. Path2: 3.95 GI/–30 dB Path1: 0 s/0 dB. Mode2. 1/8. –60 Marker resolution: 0. dBμV.95 GI/–3 dB Path1: 0 s/0 dB. Path2: 6.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Displays the voltage and power (5.43 MHz bandwidth) Displays simultaneously with the 13 segments’ channel power Measurement using a signal conforming to the Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting system Mode Guard interval Mode1. –50. Path2: 1.48 μs/–3 dB Path1: 0 s/0 dB. dBm.57 MHz bandwidth) from RF input connector Unit: W.). 1/32 Segment 1 to 13 1 to 12 1 to 11 Modulation Sync/Diff Sync/Diff Sync/Diff Channel power TMCC Layer A Layer B Layer C • Total number of segments for Layer A to Layer C is 13 • The number of segments for Layer C is automatically set to the value calculated from the following expression: 13 – (segments for Layer A) – (segments for Layer B) • Sync: Synchronous modulation • Diff: Differential modulation Mode.com . –30.) Display system for 1-segment measurement: Displays the channel power of the central 1 segment (0. –60 Marker resolution: 0.01 dB Display range: ±2.anritsu. Path2: 0.95 GI/–20 dB Path1: 0 s/0 dB. LIN: Converts the D/U value and relative level value once to a antilog value for averaging. 1/16. GI auto setting Sets the mode and guard interval automatically by analyzing an input signal Display range: –60 to 0 dB Can be switched among –20. typ.

and PN23. 2/3. 8 (Mode2) 0. 4. 5/6. 1e10 • TS output: The measurement target data can be output with the packet length of 188 bytes. • System identification: ISDB-T (TV)/ISDB-TSB (radio) • Transmission parameter switching index: 1 to 15 frames before switching/normal value • Emergency alarm broadcasting start flag: Emergency alarm (starting is controlled)/ None (starting is not controlled) • Partial reception flag (TV): PR (partial reception)/None • Format identification flag (radio): 1 segment/3 segments • Carrier modulation system (for each layer): DQPSK/QPSK/16QAM • Convolution code ratio (for each layer): 1/2. Log-1 (MP635A). 16 (Mode1) 0. PN15. Connector: BNC-J Impedance: 75 Ω Output level: 800 mVp-p (typ. C. Air BER measurement BER measurement is performed by actual broadcasting. 1. unused (TV) Synchronization The status of the following synchronization is displayed in green (synchronized) and red (not synchronized): • Symbol synchronization: Synchronized (green)/not synchronized (red) • Frequency synchronization: Synchronized (green)/not synchronized (red) • Frame synchronization: Synchronized (green)/not synchronized (red) TMCC error The TMCC error status is displayed in green (no error) and red (error). • Target data: Can be selected from After Viterbi decoder (BER measurement after demodulation) and After RS (BER measurement after Viterbi decoder). such as an actual image. of points: Up to 150 points Type: Dipole (MP534A/MP651A). BER output Output for external BER measurement Two types of signals Data (Pos/Neg switch) and Clock (Rise/Fall switch) can be output. regardless of the target data type. red (error). B. This is a function to alarm the status change from green/yellow to red by beeping. Connector: BNC-J Impedance: 75 Ω Output level: 0 to 5 V (typ. In this event. guard interval. Off No. 8. it is displayed in yellow. 2. The following two outputs are exclusive according to the BER Mode (PN BER measurement/Air BER measurement). GI. • Air BER: Possible even if the measurement target is not PN. The target items for the transmission parameter automatic search function can be selected from the following: • Mode. Rate (Last). 2. • Measuring bits: 1e5. 1e9.) DVB-ASI output Connector used to input TS data after demodulation to an external MPEG decoder. Log-2 (MP666A). Two measurement functions of PN BER measurement and Air BER measurement are available. 1e6. After Viterbi decoder. 7/8 • Interleave length (for each layer): 0. and yellow (currently no error but an error existed before). the target layer can be selected from A. and TMCC are automatically searched. B. and C. etc. the target layer can be selected from A.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Antenna factor Type: Corr-1 to Corr-5. When PN was once not synchronized but now synchronized. Count (Last) PN BER measurement BER measurement is performed using a PN pattern. Green (no error)/Red (error) PN synchronization (for PN BER measurement only) The PN synchronization status is displayed in green (synchronized) and red (not synchronized). 1e8.) Level correction Impedance switch Measurement using a signal conforming to the Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting system BER mode BER measurement Transmission parameter automatic search BER measurement (Valid when MU890100A ISDB-T demodulation unit is installed) TMCC information monitor Status display Buzzer Output connector 318 http://www. • The BER measurement mode can be selected from the single mode (Single) and continuous mode (Continuous). 4. • Range: Can be set by measuring time (1 to 359999 s (= 99 h 59 m 59 s).com . 3/4. User-1 to User-4. Can be switched between PN and Air. TMCC: The mode. of points: Up to 150 points 50 Ω 75 Ω: The insertion loss of the MA1621A impedance converter is automatically corrected. • TMCC: The TMCC is automatically searched. Count (Current). and After RS decoder. • PN pattern: Can be selected from PN9. • BER output: The measurement target data can be out-put. 4 (Mode3) • Number of segments (for each layer): 1 to 13.anritsu. • PN BER: Possible only when the measurement target is PN. and All. Off No. The information of the following items can be automatically obtained and displayed from the received signals. In this event. • Target data: Can be selected from After demodulation. 1e7. The following selections are available when measuring. in steps of 1 s) • Result display: Can be switched between Rate and Count. Error for each layer The BER measurement status for each layer (A/B/C) is displayed in green (no error). • The BER measurement result display method can be selected from the following according to the combination of Rate/Count and Current/Last: Rate (Current).

MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • MX890120B ISDB-T Signal Analysis Software The specifications of the MX890120B are shown in the table below.3 Hz + (reference frequency accuracy × measurement frequency) • When mode: Mode1.142857 MHz N = 22: 167.6 Hz + (reference frequency accuracy × measurement frequency) • When option: The MS8901A-53 or the MS8901A-73 is installed.anritsu. Standard: MX890120A/A1/A2 compatible mode Advanced: Field use mode Switches the number of segments to be analyzed. whichever has the higher level. DQPSK (PR) PR: Partial reception TV: Fixed input mode.142857 MHz 4 ≤N ≤7: 173 + (N – 4) × 6 + 0. Switches operation mode corresponding to the signal frequency response. 13 segments. guard interval: 1/8. spectrum reverse) input signal. 16QAM (PR). segmentation offset: 128.142857 MHz UHF (Brazil) is selected for Channel Map: 14 to 69 channels Nch center frequency for UHF (Brazil) 473 + (N – 14) × 6 + 0. modulation system for all segments of Layer_ A to _C: 64QAM. UHF) 473 + (N – 13) × 6 + 0. Measurement for user setting value and IF (37. segmentation offset: 512.15 MHz. These specifications are based on when the MX890120B is installed in the MS8901A. Adjust range: The MS8901A measures input power for all bandwidth to determine the reference level. guard interval: 1/8.com . modulation system for all segments of Layers_A to _C: 64QAM. level. channel. ±0. QPSK. 1/32 64QAM.142857 MHz 8 ≤N ≤12: 195 + (N – 8) × 6 + 0. spectrum reverse. 1 Hz steps IF Band is selected for Channel Map: 3.142857 MHz 23 ≤N ≤63: 225 + (N – 23) × 6 + 0. Refer to MER: The MS8901A measures MER at the Adjust Range execution and sets reference level so that the measured result becomes optimal. 1/16. average count: 5. Performs measurement with user setting values (frequency. 16QAM. DQPSK. –26 to +10 dBm (Preamplifier Off) –46 to –10 dBm (Preamplifier On) Mode1. 64QAM (PR). 1 Hz steps VHF is selected for Channel Map: 1 to 12 channels Nch center frequency of VHF 1 ≤N ≤3: 93 + (N – 1) × 6 + 0. When Interim-1 or Interim-2 is selected for Channel Map: 13 to 32 channels When UHF is selected for Channel Map: 13 to 62 channels Center frequency of transmission bandwidth for N channels: 473 + (N – 13) × 6 + 0.15 MHz (Interim-2) General is selected for Channel Map: 32 MHz to 3000 MHz. ±0. QPSK (PR). when mode: Mode3.142857 MHz 0 to 12 GHz When General or IF Band is selected for Channel Map: Can be selected from Normal or Reverse. segmentation offset: 512. –46 to –10 dBm (Preamplifier On) • When mode: Mode3.15 Hz + (reference frequency accuracy × measurement frequency) When average count: 40 in the above condition ±0. ±1.1 Hz + (reference frequency accuracy × measurement frequency) Continued on next page Setting range Frequency Offset frequency Spectrum reverse Setting mode Level Reference setting range Mode Guard interval Signal information Modulation system System When an OFDM modulation signal conforming to ISDB-T is input for a waveform Equalizer switch function Reception segment switch function Frequency range Modulation analysis Frequency lock range Level range Frequency measurement accuracy 319 http://www. Mode2. 13 segments. Reference setting: Inputs the reference level.) TV-Auto Select: RF/IF input auto switching mode.9 MHz to 38 MHz. 13 Seg: Receives and analyzes all segments.142857 MHz (Interim-1. 1 Seg: Receives and analyzes one segment.142857 MHz CATV is selected for Channel Map: 13 to 63 channels Nch center frequency for CATV 13 ≤N ≤21: 111 + (N – 13) × 6 + 0. Note that the following parameters are not measured (can be selected) when 1 Seg is set: • Mode 1 GI: All • Mode 2 GI: 1/16 and 1/32 • Mode 3 GI: 1/32 32 MHz to 1000 MHz ±99 kHz –26 to +10 dBm (Preamplifier Off). Mode3 1/4. 1/8. average count: 5. average count: 5. modulation system for all segments of Layers_A to _C: DQPSK. each value is assumed to be obtained by implementing calibration after 30 minute preheating under constant ambient temperature conditions. For performance specifications. guard interval: 1/4.

Maker Function: Enables to read MER and frequency with maker can select the current value or the worst value Peak Display: Enables to read the MER and frequency of the worst value. ≤118 dBc/Hz (100 kHz offset) Input level: –20 to +10 dBm (Preamplifier Off) or –40 to –10 dBm (Preamplifier On). 16QAM. Threshold Setting: Recognizes the sub-carrier worse than the threshold value set by MER Setting Range: 0 to 30 dB (based on the Conventional MER value) Display Range: there are two settings of the reception segment switching function 13 Seg: 5. modulation system for all segments of Layer_ A to C: 64QAM. 13 segments. 1 Hz steps The frequencies of the integral start/stop points must be different. guard interval and TMCC information. Frequency lock range: ±99 kHz (typ. Specifies a position where analysis data is obtained within guard interval. –10 dBm.43 MHz band (1 Segment) Note that these specifications apply when Standard is selected for the Equalizer switch function. 30.15 MHz.9 to 0 dBc C/N integral setting range: 100 Hz to 10 MHz. Non-display or display can be selected. When Advanced is selected with the equalizer switching function. ±5. average count: 5. typ. both ends of the frequency bandwidth are displayed as invalid 32 MHz to 1000 MHz (except IF Band) 100 Hz to 10 MHz –140 to –40 dBc/Hz 500 MHz. Can set the full screen. Display range: Depends on the reception segment switch function settings: 13 Seg: 5.) Mode.) Layer_A (64QAM. ≤95 dBc/Hz (1 kHz offset). Layer_A. Level axis: ±2. –20 to +10 dBm (Preamplifier Off).1 Hz + (reference frequency accuracy × measurement frequency) 0. MER axis: 20. 50. AC1. AC2 Conventional value when mode: Mode3. DQPSK) Layer_B (64QAM. both ends of the frequency bandwidth are displayed as invalid values. –40 to –10 dBm (Preamplifier On) Calculates C/N integral value for the specified range. 40. Preamplifier Off. guard interval: 1/8. Note that these specifications apply when Standard is selected for the Equalizer switch function.com .) ≥42 dB (500 MHz. Displays MER of all sub-carriers. Correction: Frequency characteristic calibration can be performed using external signal source. QPSK. ≤108 dBc/Hz (10 kHz offset). ±10. which exist in the bandwidth. Layer_C. 16QAM. typ. GI. DQPSK) Layer_C (64QAM.57 MHz bandwidth (13 Segment) 1 Seg: 0. Guard interval Modulation analysis Segmentation offset Mode Mode1 Mode2 Mode3 1/4 0 to 512 0 to 1024 0 to 2048 1/8 0 to 256 0 to 512 0 to 1024 1/16 0 to 128 0 to 256 0 to 512 1/62 0 to 64 0 to 128 0 to 256 Constellation Frequency response Signal parameter auto detection Analyzes the signal input by user control (panel operation or remote control) to automatically detect the parameters required for modulation analysis. C/N integral display range: –99. ±50 dB Marker function: Relative level and frequency at the marker can be read. The end of the guard interval is 0. ≥44 dB (37.43 MHz bandwidth (1 Segment) All the above are based on the condition when Standard is selected with Equalizer switching function.anritsu. both ends of the frequency bandwidth are displayed as invalid values. When Advanced is selected for the Equalizer switch function. Continued on next page Sub-carrier MER For CW (continuous wave) Frequency range Offset frequency C/N value Residual C/N Frequency measurement accuracy Display resolution Marker function Level range C/N integration function C/N 320 http://www. QPSK. ±0. 16QAM.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS MER measurement item Residual MER Conventional (overall). TMCC information auto detection: Analyzes the signal input by user control to automatically detect and set the mode. When Advanced is selected for the Equalizer switch function. level: –20 dBm. enlarged screen and non-display. DQPSK) TMCC (DBPSK) AC1 (DBPSK) AC2 (DBPSK) Marker function: I and Q values at the marker can be read. QPSK. average count: 10. ±20.57 MHz band (13 Segments) 1 Seg: 0. TMCC information auto detection: Analyzes the signal input by user control to automatically detect and set the TMCC information.57 MHz bandwidth is 0 dB. for input signal of ±1 kHz from the set frequency. segmentation offset: 512. Displays assuming the average level of 5.01 Hz Offset frequency and C/N value at the marker can be read. Layer_B. TMCC. and 60 dB Magnify Window: Enables to enlarge the selected segment Worst Envelope Line: Displays the worst value of the sub-carrier MER as the line graph.

86 –6.4 –57.79 +3.72 0.86 0.86 +10.5 +10 – 2. User-2 1 to 3 channel.00 –8.36 – 2.22 – 10 – 4.4 [1] [2] [3] –15 –4. Selection of station power: High/Low/30 dB Mask • High: When the average power of the transmission or relay station is more than 2. However.anritsu.0 +4.86 – 2.79 –8. Type B: Channel number for measurement is three at maximum.00 Difference from channel center frequency (MHz) Notes: [1] When Channel Map is set to other than General (except IF Band) [2] When Channel Map is set to General Pass/Fail judgment Marker function Occupied frequency bandwidth measurement Level range Spectrum mask line recall Spectrum mask Performs Pass/Fail judgment.36 +15 [MHz] –3.93 +3.79 +5. 0 dB line is not included in the criteria.5 W • 30 dB Mask: When the average power of the transmission or relay station is less than 0.65 +2.5 W Only when the station power is selected to Low 0.36 +10 +2. User-2 Transmission: Conforms to the transmission spectrum mask described in the “ARIB STD B31” (version 1.86 –9. when several waves are measured.5 W • Low: When the average power of the transmission or relay station is less than or equal to 2. User-1. Frequency measurement width (SPAN) is 30 MHz (±15 MHz) at 1 channel measurement Frequency Mask type Frequency channel Station power 32 MHz to 2985 MHz (except IF Band) at 1 channel measurement However.36 –21 –10.79 +2. Judged as “Fail” when the spectrum waveform exceeds the mask line. the frequency range for measurement should not exceed over 3 GHz.5). 1 kHz resolution.00 – 2.36 –2. 0.249 W Only when the station power is 30 dB Mask Transmission: Conforms to the transmission spectrum mask described in the Investigation Report from Spurious Committee [dB] –27.36 +21 [MHz] +8.86 +7.86 +4. When frequency is from 32 MHz to 1000 MHz: –22 to +10 dBm (Preamplifier Off) (Frequency: 32 MHz to 1000 MHz) –42 to –10 dBm (Preamplifier On) (Frequency: 32 MHz to 1000 MHz) Recalls the spectrum mask line by using a remote control command. User-1. where 99% of total power of 20 MHz span is included.00 –5.4 –55.79 +3. User-2: Any arbitrary breakpoint can be set up to 50 points Continued on next page 321 http://www. Transmission.com . Measures the bandwidth.0 +3. several waves are limited to the adjacent continuous wave.86 – 3.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Measurement can be set with two methods Type A: Only 1 channel is fixed for the measurement channel numbers Frequency Mask type 32 MHz to 2990 MHz (except IF Band) Transmission.79 +6.00 –2. 0 Relative level (dB) – 20 – 27 – 50 Mask break point [1] [2] – 10 – 4.4 The range to change the maximum attenuation Average power setting range (Average power) –47.00 +8.25 W.36 +18 [MHz] +5.4 –77.00 –5.79 +9.025 W to 0.4 –67.0 +2. Normal marker: Waveform frequency and relative level at the marker can be read.86 +4.36 –18 –7.79 +2. Delta marker: Frequency difference and relative level difference between any two points can be read.25 W to 2.00 Mask break point Notes: [1] When the number of Channel is set to 1: Center frequency = Set frequency [2] When the number of Channel is set to 2: Center frequency = Set frequency + 3 MHz [3] When the number of Channel is set to 3: Center frequency = Set frequency + 6 MHz User-1.14 – 2.

4 dB The value is gained. 32 MHz to 2985 MHz (other than IF Band) Transmission. User-1.5 W: – (73.86 0.0 +2. –27.25 W: –67. –27.4 –15 –9 –3.4 Maximum attenuation Frequency measurement width (SPAN) Pass/Fail judgment Marker function Occupied frequency bandwidth measurement Level range Mask line recall Frequency Mask type Station power Brazil: Channel number for measurement is fixed to 1 channel.4 –61. for input signal of ±1 kHz from the set frequency. Judged as “Fail” when the spectrum waveform exceeds the mask line.4 dB line is not included in the criteria.4 dB [3] When Station Power is Critical: The maximum attenuation = –124.” Spectrum mask [dB] –27. Default.25 W <P ≤2. User-2. Judged as “Fail” when the spectrum waveform exceeds the mask line. Once: Updates display after averaging the set number of measured results.79 +2. User-1.4 dB User-1.4 dB line is not included in the criteria.5 +15 [MHz] Notes: [1] When Station Power is Non Critical: The maximum attenuation = –110. the minimum value is displayed for the MER value.. –47. Frequency is determined by the absolute value of the difference.4 + 10 logP) dB P ≤0.4 dB [2] When Station Power is Sub Critical: The maximum attenuation = –117.4 + 10 logP) dB P ≤0. Display: Only at 1 channel measurement Resolution: 1 kHz Display: Only at 1 channel measurement –22 to +10 dBm (Preamplifier Off) (Frequency 32 MHz to 1000 MHz) –42 to –10 dBm (Preamplifier On) (Frequency 32 MHz to 1000 MHz) Recalls the spectrum mask line by using a remote control command.com .025 W ≤P <0.1 Hz + (reference frequency accuracy × measurement frequency) 0. –22 to +10 dBm (Preamplifier: Off) (Frequency 32 MHz to 1000 MHz) –42 to –10 dBm (Preamplifier: On) (Frequency 32 MHz to 1000 MHz) Recalls the spectrum mask line by using a remote control command. User-3 For modulation analysis.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS When station power is high: –77.01 Hz Displays measured results every time.4 [2] –117. average count: 5.15 –2. Constellation display is overwritten every 5 times.00 –2. Marker trace: Reads a mask line. User-2 Selects the station power: Critical/Sub-Critical/Non-Critical. However. However.9 MHz to 1000 MHz When input level: –20 to +10 dBm (Preamplifier Off) or –40 to –10 dBm (Preamplifier On).15 +9 –4. Transmission: Conforms to “ABNT NBR 15601: 2007.5 –3. Marker function Pass/Fail judgment Level range Mask line recall Filter characteristics file selection For CW (continuous wave) Frequency range Frequency counter Frequency measurement accuracy Display resolution Normal 3. Displays average for the set number of measured results.4 dB Channel Number = 1: 30 (±15) MHz Channel Number = 2: 36 (±18) MHz Channel Number = 3: 42 (±21) MHz Performs Pass/Fail judgment. Numeric values are displayed each time same as Normal display. Delta marker: Reads the difference of frequency and relative level difference between any 2 points. Waveform display is overwritten without clearing the past measured results.25 W: – (73. depending on the Average Power P [W]: 0.86 +3. C/N and frequency counter Average Storage mode Max. overwrites every 5 times for constellation. Displays the maximum value among the measured results up to the latest one.4 [3] –124. User-2: Up to 50 break points can be set. depending on the Average Power P [W].00+4.79+3. hold Overwrite 322 http://www. Continued on next page Normal marker: Reads the frequency and relative level of the waveform with marker.025 W: –57. When station power is 30 dB Mask. ±0. Normal marker: Reads the frequency and relative level of the wave with marker Delta marker: Reads the difference of frequency and that of relative level between arbitrary 2 points Measures the bandwidth occupying 99% within the whole bandwidth power of 30 MHz span.4 Mask break point [1] –110.4 dB When station power is low: 0. Performs pass-fail judgment. The display of the sub-carrier MER waveform is same as Normal.anritsu. Average count: 2 to 100 Display method Every: Displays every measured result being averaged.

DVB-SPI) Test patterns Error insertion Measurement time/Bit setting Auto sync DVB interface packet Through-put setting LEDs 1 to 27 MHz (DVB-ASI) Counting.5 Hz to 63 Hz. Signal Abnormal: Signal error (No display): Normal. Signal Loss. ≤15 kg 85 to 250 VAC.Asynchronous Serial Interface Specifications MP8931A Bit Error Rate Tester Interface Remote interface Internal clock frequency External clock input DVB-SPI: Digital Video Broadcasting . when normal Synchronization loss condition: when 6 error bits of 64 bits detected. EN61000-3-2 EN61010-1 323 http://www. PN23_INV. Nothing. "1010" Synchronization establish condition NRZ: 50 bits + N bits (N: number of stages. "0" when fixed).MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Displays the moving average for the set number of measured results. 10–6. DVB-ASI GPIB. RS-232C 1 kHz to 155 MHz 1 kHz to 155 MHz. 10–4. Average count: 2 to 100 Display method Every: Displays every measured result being averaged. Once: Updates display after averaging the set number of measured results. Repeat On/Off 204: 188: 204: 188: 204: 204: (1) + 187 + (16) byte (1) + 187 byte (1 + 3) + 184 + (16) byte (1 + 3) + 184 byte (1) + 203 byte (1 + 3) + 200 byte (DVB-ASI. ALL"0".anritsu. 75 Ω/1 MΩ (NRZ. PN15. 47. Channel Map is 37.com . • Selectable error rate measurement part in an DVB I/F data packet is possible • Error insertion • GPIB/RS-232C I/F • Small design (thin case) ∗ DVB-ASI: Digital Video Broadcasting . Changed: Input is switched when storage mode is set to Average or Moving Average. Storage mode Moving average Measurement target Preset value RF/IF auto switch mode User setting items Measurement target display Switch status display Storage status display MP8931A Bit Error Rate Tester MP8931A is the bit error measurement tool. Invalid during C/N measurement. PN23. 10–5. as well as DVB-ASI and DVB-SPI . Output terminal. However. spectrum reverse RF: Channel Map/frequency/offset frequency/reference setting IF: Reference setting RF: RF measurement. when normal DVB-SPI. TTL/ECL. Bit setting (10–3 to 10–15). equipped with conventional NRZ I/F.Synchronous Parallel Interface NRZ.15 MHz when General is set. PN15_INV. DVB-SPI) PN9. PN9_INV. DVB-SPI. ≤50 VA 0˚ to 50˚C EN61326-1. DVB-ASI and DVB-SPI. GPIB • Clock frequency: 1 kHz to 155 MHz • Pseudo-random (PN9/15/23) and ALL0/1. Rate (10–3. overwrites every 5 times for constellation. Signal Loss: No signal. ALL"1". 0 to 59 min. Errors (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Switch between "Error rate" and "Number of errors/total count" Over Flow display Error display Passed (elapsed) time/left (remaining) time display Current/Last display Display indication Display control Setting data auto-saving Output monitorable/disable Dimension and Mass Power supply Operating temperature EMC LVD Display-Off. User setting value (RF) and preset value (IF) As IF. IF: IF measurement No Measure: Not measured (No display): Normal. 1010 fixed pattern measurement • MP8931A includes conventional NRZ I/F (TTL-Clock/Data/Enable) ∗ ∗ as standard equipment. setting the able/disable of output 426 (W) × 88 (H) × 451 (D) mm. Bright control Auto-saving the latest parameters which are set before power-off and Auto-setting on the next power-on. both of which are dedicated I/F for digital broadcasting. 10–7) Measurement time (0 to 59 sec. 0 to 999 h). SVB-ASI: 8 (8 + N) bits. Manual. Manual. both of which are for digital broadcasting. Syncloss.

2 m RS-232C Cable. SMA connector) Power Sensor (50 MHz to 32 GHz. SMA connector) Sensor Connecting Code. MX890120B Z0808 W2312AE MX890110A Name Measurement software ISDB-T Signal Analysis Software Standard accessories ANR-CFX00T64 (P) (Memory Card)∗2: MX890120B Operation Manual: Option ISDB-T Field Test Software∗3 1 pc 1 copy Option Precision Frequency Reference (Aging Rate: 5 × 10–10/day) Narrow Resolution Bandwidths (FFT) (1 Hz to 1 kHz) Digital Resolution Bandwidth (10 Hz to 1 MHz.5 m (BNC-P.15 A: MP8931A Operation Manual: Optional parts Protective Cover D-Sub 25 Cable Coaxial Cord. 2 m UHF Bandwidth Pass Filter (460 MHz to 600 MHz) 50 Ω Coaxial Switching Unit (DC to 3 GHz.5 m ∗1: MX890110A is necessary. BNC-P) 408JE-104 GPIB Cable (1 m) GPIB Cable. 50 Ω) Fixed Attenuator (3 dB) Fixed Attenuator (6 dB) Fixed Attenuator (10 dB) Fixed Attenuator (20 dB) Fixed Attenuator (30 dB) Dipole Antenna (25 MHz to 520 MHz) Dipole Antenna (470 MHz to 1700 MHz) Log Periodic Antenna (80 MHz to 1000 MHz) Log Periodic Antenna (200 MHz to 2000 MHz) Tripod (for MP666A.5 GHz. 30 cm (N-P/5D2W/N-P): ANR-CFX00T64 (P) (Memory Card)∗2: MX890110A Operation Manual: Option ISDB-T Demodulation Unit∗1 1 1 1 1 pc pc pc copy 1 copy 1 copy 1 copy 1 pc • MX890120B Model/Order No. ∗3: This software can be used at the same time with MX890120B. with pole) Hard Carrying Case with Caster Power Sensor (10 MHz to 18 GHz. MP651A/B. 1 m GPIB Cable (408JE-102). Manual Switch) Branch (DC to 1700 MHz.anritsu. MX890110A J1032 J0576E Z0808 W1718AE MU890100A Name Measurement software ISDB-T Field Test Software Standard accessories UHF Band Pass Filter (460 MHz to 600 MHz): Coaxial Cord. • MP8931A Model/Order No. RG-58A/ U. 3. MS8901A J0017F J0266 J0996B F0014 B0329G MA1621A W1717AE W1782AE W1783AE MX268001A MS8901A-01 MS8901A-02 MS8901A-04 MS8901A-05 MS8901A-09 MS8901A-18 MS8901A-21 MS8901A-25 MS8901A-34 MS8901A-41 MS8901A-46 MS8901A-47 MS8901A-48 MS8901A-53 MU890100A MX890110A MX890120B J0576D J0127C J0127A J0007 J0008 J1032 MP59B MP640A MP520C MP520D MP721A MP721B MP721C MP721D MP721E MP534A MP651A MP635A MP666A MB9A MB19A B0452A MA4701A MA4703A MA4705A J0370A Name Main frame Digital Broadcast Signal Analyzer Standard accessories Power Code. 1 m GPIB Cable (408JE-104). name and quantity when ordering. –30 to +20 dBm. 50 Ω) CM Directional Coupler (100 MHz to 1700 MHz.3 A: Front Cover for 3/4 MW 4U: 50 Ω to 75 Ω Impedance Transformer: MS8901A Operation Manual Vol. N connector) Power Sensor (50 MHz to 26.com . 1. 324 http://www. 3 (Programming): File Transfer Utility: 1 1 1 1 1 1 pc pc pc pc pc pc • MX890110A Model/Order No. –30 to +20 dBm. RG-58A/U. MP8931A Main frame Bit Error Rate Tester Standard accessories Power Cord: Fuse. The actual name of the item may differ from the Order Name. BNC-P) Coaxial Cord. MP666A.6 m: Adapter (tripolar/dipolar conversion): RS232C Cable: Fuse. 0. 6. The names listed in the chart below are Order Names. 2 m (N-P/ 5D-2W/ N-P) Coaxial Cord.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Ordering Information Please specify the model/order number. 1 (Basic Operation): MS8901A Operation Manual Vol. –30 to +20 dBm. • MS8901A Model/Order No. RMS Detection Function) Rubidium Reference Oscillator Ethernet Interface (10BASE-T) Low IF/IQ Unbalanced Input Power Meter Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit 4 GHz LO Output Power Meter Retrofit Auto Power Recovery Rack-mount (IEC) without Handles Rack-mount (JIS) without Handles High Accuracy Modulation Frequency Measurement (Option 73 retrofit) ISDB-T Demodulation Unit∗1 Measurement software ISDB-T Field Test Software (Attached to J1032 UHF Band Pass Filter) ISDB-T Signal Analysis Software Application parts Coaxial Cord. 1. CompactFlash card or gettable memory card with a minimum size of 20 MB. 50 Ω) CM Directional Coupler (25 MHz to 500 MHz.5 m 1 pc 1 pc 1 copy Name F0012 W2249AE B0329A J1011 J0026A J0007 J0008 J1256A ∗1: MX890110A is necessary. 2. 1 m (BNC-P. MP534A/B) Tripod (for MP635A. ∗2: Means ATA memory card. 2 (Panel Operation): MS8901A Operation Manual Vol.

dBmV/meter . WiFi and WiFi5 installation and testing. • Channel Power: Measures the total power in a specified bandwidth. RF and microwave signal measurements or cellular signal measurements.9 lbs) • 3G Modulation Cellular Measurement options • GPS Receiver option • Tracking Generator option (MS2721B only) • Includes Quasi-peak detector and CISPR bandwidths • WiMAX Measurement options 325 http://www. the Spectrum Master family is the tool to make your job easier and more productive. AM and FM broadcast proofing. Includes quasi-peak detector and CISPR bandwidths. • ACPR: Measures power levels in the channels immediately above and below the center channel.anritsu. Features Functions • Multiple Marker: Display up to six markers on screen.1 kg (<6. • Field Strength: Uses2 antenna calibration tables to measure dBm/ meter2. The user may also set marker 1 to be the reference for 6 delta markers. • C/I: Measures carrier to interference ratio. Smart Measurements • Occupied Bandwidth: Measures 99% to 1% power channel of a signal. effectively allowing up to 12 markers on screen. High Performance Highlights • 9 kHz to 20 GHz Input • 1 Hz to 3 MHz RBW Range • Very Low Phase Noise (–95 dBc/Hz Maximum at 10 kHz offset at 100 kHz to 20 GHz) • Built-in AM/FM/SSB Demodulator • Built-in Preamplifier • 65 dB Step Attenuator • True RMS Detection • 2+ Hours of Battery Life • 3. Upper/Lower Limit • Fixed and segmented: Each upper and lower limit can be made up of between one and 40 segments. Whether you need spectrum monitoring.com . w/meter and v/meter. Each marker includes a delta marker. • Marker Table: Display a table of up to six marker frequency and amplitude values plus delta marker frequency offset and amplitude.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS HIGH PERFORMANCE HANDHELD SPECTRUM ANALYZERS MS2721B/MS2723B/MS2724B 9 kHz to 20 GHz Ethernet The Most Advanced Ultra-portable Spectrum Analyzer on the Market. Featuring Unparalleled Performance at a Modest Price Continuous frequency coverage from 9 kHz to 20 GHz gives the wireless professional the performance needed for the most demanding measurements in harsh RF and physical environments. One-button creation of a spectrum envelope and saveable limit lines.

Ten divisions displayed. dBc. 20. dBmV. ±2% in zero span Free run. 30 kHz offset 100 kHz offset 1 MHz offset 10 MHz offset –95 dBc/Hz –97 dBc/Hz –105 dBc/Hz –120 dBc/Hz –91 dBc/Hz –93 dBc/Hz –102 dBc/Hz –116 dBc/Hz 10 Hz to 13 GHz Plus 0 Hz (zero span) 10 Hz to 20 GHz Plus 0 Hz (zero span) MS2721B 9 kHz to 7.com . –30 dBm input) 0. dBµV Linear Scale Modes: nV. Single. 20. 30 minute warmup ±1.2 GHz >2. 50 MHz to 500 MHz 500 MHz to 800 MHz 800 MHz to 3000 MHz >3 GHz Third order intercept (TOI) (preamplifier off) Frequency 50 MHz to 300 MHz >300 MHz to 2. 20. –70 dBc >2 GHz.75 dB >6. 2 GHz to 6 GHz +12 dBm.2 dB Frequency Flatness: >4 GHz add ±1.5 GHz to 7. dBc. nW. 30 kHz offset 100 kHz offset 1 MHz offset 10 MHz offset –95 dBc/Hz –97 dBc/Hz –105 dBc/Hz –120 dBc/Hz Measurement range Display range Amplitude units Attenuator range Attenuator resolution DANL to +30 dBm 1 to 15 dB/div in 1 dB steps.75 dB >4 GHz to 6. kW 0 to 65 dB 5 dB steps Power levels: ≥–50 dBm. 10 MHz demodulation bandwidth. dBc. W.1 GHz: –100 dBc/Hz Max.anritsu.2 GHz to 2.5 dB Absolute amplitude accuracy Amplitude Second harmonic distortion (0 dB input attenuation.0 GHz to 7. External (–3 dB width) 1 Hz to 3 MHz in 1-3 sequence ±10%.1 GHz Plus 0 Hz (zero span) Same as frequency reference accuracy Automatically sets fastest sweep time consistent with accuracy. dBc. µV.05 GHz to 1.75 dB >6.1 GHz ±2 dB 60 to 65 dB input attenuation 9 kHz to 10 MHz ±1.25 dB >4 GHz to 7. V.1 GHz MS2723B 9 kHz to 13 GHz MS2724B 9 kHz to 20 GHz SSB phase noise 9 kHz to 7. at 100 kHz 9 kHz to 13 GHz: 10. mW. 0 or 10 dB input attenuation 9 kHz to 4 GHz ±1.75 dB Overall Amplitude Accuracy: +20˚ to +30˚C.5 dB >4 GHz to 7. µW. kV.4 GHz.3 dB Full Temperature Range: –10˚ to +55˚C add ±1. dBV. ≤35 dB input attenuation 9 kHz to 10 MHz ±1. 500 MHz to 2000 MHz +10 dBm.4 GHz to 2 GHz.5 GHz to 7. 20 and 30 kHz offset –102 dBc/Hz Max. spaced 100 kHz Continued on next page 326 http://www. Video. and 120 kHz (–6 dB widths) when quasi-peak detector selected (–3 dB) 1 Hz to 3 MHz in 1-3 sequence 9 kHz to 13 GHz: 10.5 GHz +9 dBm –50 –45 –60 –80 dBc. 10 µs to 200 s range in zero span. 50 to 500 MHz +8 dBm.0 GHz >4.MOBILE/WIRELESS COMMUNICATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Specifications Model Frequency range Tuning resolution Frequency reference Frequency span Span accuracy Sweep time Sweep time accuracy Frequency Sweep trigger Resolution bandwidth Video bandwidth 1 Hz Aging: ±1 ppm per 10 years Accuracy: ±0. –20 dBm reference level. 2 GHz to 6 GHz +12 dBm. 50 MHz to 500 MHz +8 dBm. dBc.3 ppm (25˚C ±25˚C) + aging 10 Hz to 7.8 GHz to 4. –80 dBc Frequency Min. at 10. Log Scale Modes: dBm.5 dB >10 MHz to 6. 50 MHz to 500 MHz 500 MHz to 800 MHz 800 MHz to 3000 MHz >3 GHz –50 –45 –60 –80 dBc. mV.5 GHz ±1.4 dB Overall Amplitude Accu