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Use Peatix for any event and ticketing needs! Co-organizers can edit group and event pages, access sales and attendee information, manage ticket sales and more. You will hear back from us shortly. It is firmly closed by means of a lever handle with a defined stop. This ensures uniform compression of the sealing cords provided around the entire box. The cover is lined with absorber material, which minimises reflections. The antenna structure on the antenna coupler board has been optimised to enable an excellent radio connection. The CMW-Z10 RF shield box is made of solid aluminium. It is firmly closed by means of a lever handle with a defined stop. The antenna structure on the antenna coupler board has been optimised to enable an excellent radio connection.For example, it can be used for maintaining or installing transmitter systems, checking cables and antennas, assessing signal quality in broadcasting, radio communications and service, measuring electric field strength or in simple lab applications. The R\u0026amp;S FSH4 can perform any of these tasks quickly, reliably and with high measurement accuracy. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eWeighing only 3 kg, the R\u0026amp;S FSH4 is a handy instrument. All frequently used functions have their own function keys and are within fingertip reach. Its low weight, its simple, well-conceived operation concept and the large number of measurement functions make it an indispensable tool for anyone who needs an efficient measuring instrument for outdoor work.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe R\u0026amp;S FSH4 provides the most important RF analysis functions that an RF service technician or an installation and maintenance team needs to solve daily routine measurement tasks. For example, it can be used for maintaining or installing transmitter systems, checking cables and antennas, assessing signal quality in broadcasting, radio communications and service, measuring electric field strength or in simple lab applications.

All frequently used functions have their own function keys and are within fingertip reach.Its low weight, its simple, well-conceived operation concept and the large number of measurement functions make it an indispensable tool for anyone who needs an efficient measuring instrument for outdoor work. Its low weight, its simple, well-conceived operation concept and the large number of measurement functions make it an indispensable tool for anyone who needs an efficient measuring instrument for outdoor work. Typical measurement tasks include standard-compliant spectrum emission mask measurements as well as spurious emission and adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR) measurements.A state-of-the-art multi touch display with gesture support ensures straightforward and intuitive operation. An embedded SCPI recorder enables easy creation of executable scripts.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe R\u0026amp;S FSW26 offers up to 5 GHz analysis bandwidth for measuring wide band-modulated or frequency agile signals like those used in the new 5G New Radio standard or in automotive and pulsed radars.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe 800 MHz real-time analysis bandwidth allows users to monitor wide portions of the spectrum and trigger on short duration signals.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe R\u0026amp;S FSW26 can measure multiple standards simultaneously. Users can quickly and easily detect and eliminate errors caused by interaction between signals.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eFeaturing a multi touch display and intuitive menu structure, the R\u0026amp;S FSW26 offers exceptional ease of operation. Its wide internal analysis bandwidth allows the characterisation of wide band components and communications systems. Its unparalleled phase noise facilitates the development of high-performance oscillators such as those used in radars. A state-of-the-art multi touch display with gesture support ensures straightforward and intuitive operation.

Users can quickly and easily detect and eliminate errors caused by interaction between signals.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eFeaturing a multi touch display and intuitive menu structure, the R\u0026amp;S FSW26 offers exceptional ease of operation.Its wide internal analysis bandwidth allows the characterisation of wide band components and communications systems. Its wide internal analysis bandwidth allows the characterisation of wide band components and communications systems. A state-of-the-art multi touch display with gesture support ensures straightforward and intuitive operation. An embedded SCPI recorder enables easy creation of executable scripts.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe R\u0026amp;S FSW67 offers up to 5 GHz analysis bandwidth for measuring wide band-modulated or frequency agile signals like those used in the new 5G New Radio standard or in automotive and pulsed radars.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe 800 MHz real-time analysis bandwidth allows users to monitor wide portions of the spectrum and trigger on short duration signals.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe R\u0026amp;S FSW67 can measure multiple standards simultaneously. Users can quickly and easily detect and eliminate errors caused by interaction between signals.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eFeaturing a multi touch display and intuitive menu structure, the R\u0026amp;S FSW67 offers exceptional ease of operation. Users can quickly and easily detect and eliminate errors caused by interaction between signals.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eFeaturing a multi touch display and intuitive menu structure, the R\u0026amp;S FSW67 offers exceptional ease of operation.Its wide internal analysis bandwidth allows the characterisation of wide band components and communications systems. Its wide internal analysis bandwidth allows the characterisation of wide band components and communications systems.

With two or three output channels and up to 10 A output current, these rugged instruments are ideal for a wide variety of applications.To improve measurement accuracy, the hardware of the R\u0026amp;S NRP-Z5x thermal power sensors is designed to reduce measurement noise to a minimum and to make the sensor immune to thermal environmental effects. It features higher accuracy and tolerate any type of modulation. To improve measurement accuracy, the hardware of the R\u0026amp;S NRP-Z5x thermal power sensors is designed to reduce measurement noise to a minimum and to make the sensor immune to thermal environmental effects.To improve measurement accuracy, the hardware of the R\u0026amp;S NRP-Z57 thermal power sensor is designed to reduce measurement noise to a minimum and to make the sensor immune to thermal environmental effects. The NRP-Z57 features higher accuracy and tolerate any type of modulation. To improve measurement accuracy, the hardware of the R\u0026amp;S NRP-Z57 thermal power sensor is designed to reduce measurement noise to a minimum and to make the sensor immune to thermal environmental effects.To improve measurement accuracy, the hardware of the R\u0026amp;S NRP-Z58 thermal power sensor is designed to reduce measurement noise to a minimum and to make the sensor immune to thermal environmental effects. To improve measurement accuracy, the hardware of the R\u0026amp;S NRP-Z58 thermal power sensor is designed to reduce measurement noise to a minimum and to make the sensor immune to thermal environmental effects.Similar measurements are required in the production of radar systems and radar components. In development or during installation and maintenance, pulse characteristics as well as output power have to be measured. Similar measurements are required in the production of radar systems and radar components.Similar measurements are required in the production of radar systems and radar components.

Key pulse parameters are determined automatically to simplify the measurement and prevent operating errors. Similar measurements are required in the production of radar systems and radar components. Key pulse parameters are determined automatically to simplify the measurement and prevent operating errors.The NRP-Z92 covers measurement ranges that are used in radio telecommunications (up to 6 GHz) as well as the important lower frequency bands (down to 9 kHz).Glascoed Road, New Vision Business Park, St Asaph, Denbighshire. Equipment (UE) conformance. Defines the measurement specification. For LTE terminals with regard procedures. Their transmitting characteristics to. Characteristics and performance receiving. As part of the 3G Long Term requirements. Evol. But this document or money. Welcome to download. Resources are very rare Tester. Please try enabling it if you encounter problems. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages. Communication Tester. SpecificationsRF generator. 8. RF analyzer. 10. Power meter. 11. Spectrum measurements. 12. Possible configurations with two RF paths. 14. Configuration with two H570 (RF TRX) and two H590A (RF frontend (BASIC)). 14. Configuration with two H570 (RF TRX) and one H590D (RF frontend (ADV.)). 14. Possible configurations with four RF paths. 15. Configuration with two H570 (RF TRX), two H571B (RF TX) and two H590D (RF frontend (ADV.)). 15. Configuration with four H570 (RF TRX) and two H590D (RF frontend (ADV.)). 16. Timebase. 18. Timebase TCXO. 18. Audio analyzer. 19. Statistics. 19. Audio filter, weighting. 19. AF voltmeter. 19. Audio generator. 19. AF sine generator. 19. Digital interface unbalanced. 20. BNC rear panel connectors. 20. Modulation analysis. 22. Power versus time measurement. 23. Spectrum due to modulation measurement. 23. Spectrum due to switching measurement. 23Modulation analysis. 25. Spectrum measurements. 26. Power meter. 26. Power measurement. 30. Modulation analysis. 30.

Spectrum measurements. 31. Power measurement. 32. Modulation analysis. 32. Spectrum measurements. 32. DL signal. 33. Power measurement. 34. Modulation analysis. 34. Spectrum measurements. 35. Power measurement. 36. Modulation analysis. 36. Spectrum measurements. 37. Modulation analysis. 39. Modulation analysis. 41GPS specifications. 42. DVB specifications. 42. FM STEREO RADIO specifications. 43. Audio filter, weighting. 43. RF carrier analysis. 43. Modulation analysis. 43. WLAN specifications. 44. Modulation analysis. 46. Spectrum measurements. 47. Modulation analysis. 47. Spectrum measurements. 48. Modulation analysis. 49. Modulation analysis. 50. Modulation analysis. 51. Spectrum measurements. 52. Modulation analysis. 52. Spectrum measurements. 53. Physical layer OFDM. 54. Measurements. 54. Features. 54Power measurement. 56. Modulation analysis. 56. Spectrum measurements. 57. Physical layer. 58. Measurements. 58. Features. 59. Modulation analysis. 61. Code domain. 61. Spectrum measurements. 61. Power meter. 62. Modulation analysis. 64. Code domain. 65. Spectrum measurements. 65. Power meter. 65Modulation analysis. 68. Code domain. 69. Spectrum measurements. 69. Power meter. 69. Data application. 70. LAN DAU interface. 70. AUX interface. 71. Included extras. 71. General data. 72. Ordering information. 74. Recommended extras for manual operation. 74. Recommended extras. 74. Service options. 75Specifications apply under the following conditions. Data without tolerance limits is not binding. Based on a 24-month calibration interval unless otherwise stated. At least 15 minutesTypical values are designated with the abbreviation “typ.”. These values are verified during the final test but. These valuesDuring the production process, each instrument is calibrated in line with defined procedures. All measurement results, includingParameters written in italics can be set directly on the tester.

CDMA2000 is a registered trademark of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA - USA).WiMAX Forum Certified logo are trademarks of the WiMAX Forum. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.Data without tolerance limits is not binding.General technical specifications. RF generator. Frequency rangeFrequency resolution. Frequency uncertainty. Output level rangeAttenuation of 3rd harmonicPhase noise. Carrier offsetSignal-to-noise ratioModulation source: arbitrary waveform generator (ARB). Memory size. Word length. Sample length. Sample rate. Maximum possible RF bandwidthTrigger. Trigger sourcesBASE: external TRIG A. BASE: external TRIG B. RF analyzerSpurious responseExpected nominal power setting for full dynamic rangeExpected nominal power setting for full dynamic rangeFFT spectrum analyzer. Frequency range. FFT length. DetectorDynamic rangeExpected nominal power setting for full dynamic rangeFrequency spanExpected nominal power setting for full dynamic rangeFrequency range. Frequency span. Resolution bandwidth (RBW). Video bandwidth (VBW). Sweep timeVBW and spanDetector. TriggerDynamic range. Dynamic rangeBASE: external TRIG A, BExpected nominal power setting for full dynamic rangeLevel range. Level uncertaintyInherent spurious responseSpurious responseHarmonic responsePhase noisePossible configurations with two RF paths 6. Necessary hardware (H570, H590X). Configuration with two H570 (RF TRX) and two H590A (RF frontend (BASIC))Configuration with two H570 (RF TRX) and one H590D (RF frontend (ADV.))RF path 1 and RF path 2 routed to separate connectors. RF generator 1 and RF generator 2. RF analyzer 1 and RF analyzer 2. Expected nominal power setting rangeExpected nominal power setting for fullLevel rangeRF path 1 and RF path 2 routed to common connector. Output level rangeOutput level uncertaintySignal-to-noise ratioRF analyzer 1 and RF analyzer 2. Level uncertaintyExpected nominal power setting range.

Expected nominal power setting for fullLevel rangeVersion 12.00, January 2014. Possible configurations with four RF paths 7. Necessary hardware (H570, H571B, H590D). Configuration with two H570 (RF TRX), two H571B (RF TX) and two H590D (RF frontend (ADV.)). TX, RF path 2 RX and TX, RF path 3 TX only, RF path 4 TX only) available on the front of the instrument at connectors RF1 COM. RF2 COM, RF1 OUT and RF3 COM, RF4 COM, RF3 OUT. RF path 1, 2, 3 and 4 routed to separate connectors. RF generator 1 and RF generator 3. RF generator 2 and RF generator 4. RF analyzer 1. Expected nominal power setting rangeExpected nominal power setting for fullLevel range. RF analyzer 2. Expected nominal power setting rangeExpected nominal power setting for fullLevel rangeRF path 1, RF path 3 routed to common connector and RF path 2, RF path 4 routed to common connector. Output level rangeOutput level uncertaintySignal-to-noise ratio. Output level rangeOutput level uncertaintySignal-to-noise ratioRF generator 2 and RF generator 4RF analyzer 1. Expected nominal power setting for fullLevel rangeConfiguration with four H570 (RF TRX) and two H590D (RF frontend (ADV.)). TX, RF path 3 RX and TX, RF path 4 RX and TX) available on the front of the instrument at connectors RF1 COM, RF2 COM, RF1. OUT and RF3 COM, RF4 COM, RF3 OUT. RF analyzer 1 and RF analyzer 3. RF analyzer 2 and RF analyzer 4. Output level rangeOutput level uncertaintySignal-to-noise ratioRF generator 2 and RF generator 4Version 12.00, January 2014. Expected nominal power setting for fullLevel range. Expected nominal power setting for fullLevel rangeTimebase. Timebase TCXO. Max. frequency drift. Max. agingMax. frequency drift. RetraceMax. aging. Warm-up timeMax. frequency driftRetrace. Max. aging. Warm-up timeSynchronization input. FrequencyMax. frequency variation. Input voltage range. Impedance. Synchronization output 1. Frequency. BNC connector REF OUT 1, rear panelImpedanceAudio analyzer. Statistics. Statistical count.

ValuesAudio filter, weighting. Lowpass. Highpass. Weighting filterInput impedance. AF voltmeter. Level range. Level resolution. Level uncertaintyExpected nominal power setting for fullRelative measurement uncertainty. Burst power measurement. Level uncertaintyExpected nominal power setting for fullTest method. Filter. Measurement. Dynamic rangeGaussian, 30 kHz, 5 poleSpectrum due to switching measurement. Expected nominal power setting for fullTest method. Dynamic rangeGaussian, 30 kHz, 5 poleFrequency range. GSM850 band, GSM900 band, GSM1800Frequency setting. Output level rangeOutput level resolution. Output level uncertainty. Modulation. Inherent phase errorEqualizer spectrum flatness. Level uncertaintyUTRA, fRF 3300 MHzUTRA, fRF 3300 MHzSpectrum emission mask (SEM). Noise floorUTRA, fRF 3300 MHzExpected nominal power setting for fullSpectrum emission mask (SEM). Noise floorUTRA128, fRF 3300 MHzWLAN specifications. Standard. IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b. IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n. IEEE 802.11ac. WLAN RF generator. Frequency rangeArbitrary waveform filesOutput level range. Output level uncertaintyOutput level resolutionSignal quality. Error vector magnitude (EVM)IEEE 802.11b,IEEE, WiMAX Forum, TTA, user-definedPhysical layer mode. Output level rangeOutput level uncertainty. Output level resolution. Output level setting. Output level referencePhysical layer. FFT size. Bandwidth. Duplexing. Frame duration. Cyclic prefix. Number of OFDMA symbols. Link mode. ZoneSubcarrier allocation. FEC code type: DL. FEC code type: UL. Channel codingTDD modeMeasurementsPayload mode. Acknowledge type. Number of HARQ subbursts. Data. HARQ, ARQ in HARQ, ICMP in HARQPhysical parametersMobile capabilities. Measurement reportsARQ, HARQ, pingAll 1,PN9 to PN23. ARQ, HARQ, pingMAC address. DL service flows. UL service flows,ARQ type support summary,RSSI, CINR (mean and SD), TX powerVersion 12.00, January 2014. Features. Connection statusMS capability tests. Cell reselection. Handover test.

Ranging control. Power control. Power boosting. Burst allocation modeBandwidth allocation modeDummy burst generator. Sample frequency offsetCN ratio. Service flowsMS disconnectedUL ACK channel configuration. Key features. Interface. Convergence sublayer. Protocols. DHCP support. Network settingsMS IP address (destination),DNS serverIP versionData throughputStandardFrequency rangeTD-SCDMA band ETD-SCDMA band FArbitrary waveform files. Output level range. Error vector magnitude (EVM)UncertaintyOutput level range. Output level uncertaintyOutput level resolution. Signal quality. Waveform quality (rho)Frequency rangeStatistics. ValuesTrigger. Trigger sources. BASE: external TRIG A. GPRF: BB generator. C2K: free run. CDMA2000 signaling: superframeModulation analysis. Analysis modes. Measured parametersWaveform quality (rho). Uncertainty. Measurement lengthError vector magnitude (EVM). Measurement range. Inherent EVM. Measurement lengthEVM versus time. ME versus time. PE versus timeLoopback service options. Speech service options. Test data service option. Packet data service optionSupported standardsStandard. CDMA2000 1xEV-DO standards. CDMA2000 1xEV-DO test standards. Symbol rateFrequency rangeArbitrary waveform file. GPRF: BB generator,Modulation analysis. Multicarrier. Measurement length.