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MS2028B - Anritsu Network Analyzer

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$23,995.88

MS2028B - Anritsu Network Analyzer


20.00GHz (High end frequency limit)

The VNA Master MS2028B, specifically addresses complex cable and antenna measurement needs in the field with accurate, vector corrected 2-port magnitude, phase, and Distance-To-Fault measurements. MS2028B covers an unsurpassed frequency band from 5 kHz to 20 GHz, which contains a wide variety of radio frequency communications systems, and also many radars and microwave communication systems, both coax and waveguide. Equally impressive, this measurement tool offers the industry's first 12-term error correction algorithm in a handheld VNA. With a typical measurement speed of 750 Ásec per point, this is ideally suited for tuning applications in the field. Using a 3-receiver architecture, the MS2028B can measure all 4 S-parameters at once with a single connection to the DUT.

  • 750 Ásec per data point sweep speed
  • Greater than 2 hour battery life
  • GPS Receiver option
  • USB/Ethernet for data transfer
  • Store more than 4000 traces and setups in memory
  • Memory card slot for data storage and transfer
  • 2 GB storage
  • High resolution daylight viewable TFT color display
  • Built-in editable Cable and Signal Standard List
  • Automate repetitive tasks via Ethernet connector to Laptop
  • Local Languages: English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese. Can also customize two additional languages using Master Software Tools.


Specifications
High end freq limit
Vector

Instrument Type
20.00GHz

0
n/a

More Details
Vector Network Measurement System

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