Anritsu SiteMaster S331B 25 - 3300 MHz Network Analyzer (used, may need calibration and/or repair)
Used widely in installation, deployment and periodic maintenance of cellular communication sites, Site Master is the preferred choice of many network operators. Easy-to-Use Site Master’s menu driven interface requires little training and simplifies the field engineers and technicians task of site-to-site deployment and maintenance by identifying, recording and solving problems without sacrificing measurement accuracy. Users are able to store ten test setups and up to 200 measurement traces in nonvolatile memory. A notebook computer can be used with the RS-232 interface for automated control and data collection in the field. Reporting software for PC use is Windows 95/98, NT workstation compatible and supports long alphanumeric file names for descriptive data labeling. The software can store an unlimited number of data traces for comparison to historical performance. Data traces can be easily and quickly downloaded from the Site Master to a PC database with a single menu selection or a printer via an RS-232 serial cable for analysis. Accurate, Repeatable Measurements Utilizing vector error correction, Site Master delivers accurate, reliable and repeatable return loss/SWR and fault location measurements. Site Master’s high immunity to interference allows users to conduct measurements of an active site without the loss of accuracy. Rugged and Reliable Designed specifically for field environments, Site Master withstands harsh environments and rough handling. Built-in energy conservation combined with a rechargeable battery pack allows users to extend battery life beyond an eight hour work day. Site Master can also be operated from a 12.5 Vdc source such as an AC-DC adapter or automotive cigarette lighter adapter, which also simultaneously charges the battery. 2 Site Master Software Tools provides a data base to compare maintenance interval performance to site commissioning data. The Distance-To-Fault display pinpoints problem areas before they degenerate into failures. In the graph above, a loosened connector changes the return loss characteristic from 38 dB to 33 dB (< 0.05 SWR increase). It meets SWR specifications, but is indicative of a probable loose weather seal which will eventually allow water intrusion. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SAVES MAINTENANCE EXPENSE AND NO CHANGE PERFORMANCE (ANTENNA) CHANGE (CONNECTOR) Cost Savings and Quality Improvement Wireless market competition requires operators to reduce per site maintenance expense. Site Master’s Frequency Domain Reflectometry (FDR) techniques break away from the traditional fix-after-failure maintenance process by finding small, hard to identify problems before major failures occur. Site Master’s approach to preventive maintenance pays for itself quickly. A poorly installed weather seal will corrode connectors and, if undetected, will eventually damage expensive coaxial cable. Only Site Master has the sensitivity to identify the connector problem before the cable is damaged. Distance-To-Fault provides the clearest indication of trouble areas (screen display on page 2). Where antenna system performance remains stable, Site Master’s excellent repeatability shows a nearly identical Distance-To-Fault (DTF) display. Climbing to the antenna becomes unnecessary; Site Master verifies antenna characteristics from ground level. FDR Technique Frequency Domain Reflectometry, (FDR), and Time Domain Reflectometry, (TDR), have similar acronyms, and both techniques are used to test transmission lines. But, that’s where the similarities end. TDRs are not sensitive to RF problems: the stimulus is a DC pulse, not RF. Thus, TDRs are primarily used after antenna system failures – a FixAfter-Failure maintenance philosophy. The Failure Prevention approach inherent to FDR techniques saves the expense of trouble shooting time and cable replacement. FDR techniques enhance quality because the system isn’t allowed to degrade into a failure. Deficient connectors, lightning arrestors, cables, jumpers, or antennas are replaced before call quality is compromised. TDRs are unable to evaluate antenna quality. Since FDR technique uses an RF sweep, antennas are tested at their correct operating frequency. Site Master sweeps the antenna accurately with Distance-To-Fault, by compensating for the RF insertion losses in the cable. Thus, tower climbing is rarely necessary. Site Master’s sweep signal can pass through quarter-wave lightning arrestors – providing an accurate display of the subsequent transmission line’s characteristics. DC pulses from a TDR can’t “see” beyond band limiting devices such as filters, quarter-wave lightning arrestors, or duplexers. 3 Weather degrades antenna systems. Regular maintenance using Frequency Domain Reflectometry dramatically improves harsh weather survival. IMPROVES QUALITY. LABORATORY PERFORMANCE IN A HANDHELD RF ANALYZER 4 Return Loss and SWR Site Master’s RF sweep display plots either SWR or Return Loss versus frequency. This display is used to ensure conformance to engineering specifications. Measurement easily toggles between SWR or return loss using the standard conversion formula. Return Loss = – 20 log The quality of calibration components can be spot checked on-site by comparing two precision loads in this frequency domain display. (Handy if someone drops a component accidentally). After calibrating with the open, short and the 42 dB precision load, connect another precision load. The return loss (SWR) trace should be better than 42 dB (1.016). RF Wattmeter Power Monitor The optional RF Wattmeter features precision, high return loss (low SWR) detectors. This excellent impedance match drastically reduces the largest component of power measurement error, mismatch uncertainty. Display formats include absolute power (dBm or Watts) and relative power (dBr or %). Built-in Auto-Averaging automatically reduces the effects of noise. Zeroing control allows optimum measurement accuracy at low power levels. Distance-To-Fault The Distance-To-Fault system is built into all the Site Master Models as a standard feature. Return loss (SWR) measurement data is processed with a specialized Fast Fourier Transform. The resulting data indicates return loss (SWR) versus distance. The algorithm mathematics are identical to the “time domain” software in vector network analyzers. However, the operational controls and menus are simplified specifically for transmission line and antenna tests. A single softkey selection on the main menu activates the DTF mode. Cable Loss The insertion loss performance of installed cables can be verified without access to the opposite end. This single ended measurement requires only that the opposite end of the cable be open or short circuited. Cable loss can be checked without disconnecting the antenna or climbing the tower. The out of band characteristic of most antennas is approximately an open circuit. Simply calibrate Site Master below the antenna’s frequency range and connect to the transmission line input. The cable loss measurement is valid for comparison measurements when tests are made at the same input connection. If the antenna or other line component is disconnected, always duplicate these disconnections to ensure comparable results. Distance-To-Fault pinpoints the location and reflection amplitude of transmission line components. Single detector range exceeds –50 to +20 dBm. The standard detector frequency range of 5 to 3,000 MHz can be extended to 20 GHz and 50 GHz in coaxial connector standards. Waveguide detectors are available to 110 GHz. Verify cable insertion loss from ground level. ( VSWR – 1 ) VSWR +1 New, higher performance antenna systems obsolete traditional installation and maintenance procedures. Performance enhancing design trends such as high sector-to-sector isolation, tower mounted amplifiers and duplexed antennas add new complexities to installation test. Two-port Site Master models simplify performance verification techniques. The S200 series includes a second test port for isolation, gain and insertion loss measurements. Isolation Improving isolation between antenna sectors can reduce cell-to-cell RF interference and improve system capacity. Site Master’s high dynamic range ensures that antenna isolation is accurately measured - including the extremely high, >90 dB, isolation ranges required at RF-RF repeater sites. High interference immunity reduces the effects of ambient RF signals. Measuring antenna isolation during periodic maintenance intervals conveniently verifies antenna position after harsh weather. If the antenna has been moved from the installed mounting angle, the change in side lobe and back lobe coupling magnitudes between the antennas causes a clear performance change. Tx-Rx isolation of duplexers and filters is easily tested with Site Master’s >90 dB dynamic range. Filters are easily aligned and verified to manufacturer’s specifications. Site Master automatically applies averaging when measuring low signal levels such as during Tx-Rx isolation tests or during antenna isolation path calibration, which can include 60 to 80 dB of insertion loss between sectorized antennas. Gain The S251A, with output power selectable at +6 dBm or –30 dBm and optional built-in Bias Tee, provides two-port insertion gain measurement of Tower Mounted Amplifiers (TMA) without the need of an external supply through the PDU (Power Distribution Unit) and an external attenuator. Thus, simplifying the technicians task of amplifier verification. Most TMAs omit Tx-to-Rx bypass switching due to Tx-Rx isolation requirements. TMA, consists of duplexers and LNAs (low noise amplifiers), improves receive side signal strength and reduces the number of antennas. The duplexer separates Tx and Rx signals from a single antenna feed and minimizes unwanted interference into the LNA. The LNA boosts signal-to-noise ratio by adding gain to reduce system noise figure. Performance improvement is maximized when the LNA is physically close to the antenna. Thus, mounting is usually at the top of the tower. The system is easily tested during installation - when someone is at the top of the tower to interchange cable connections. Once the weather seals are in place, test signals must be coupled into the antenna. Site Master is designed to perform both installation and maintenance tests from ground level. Site Masters’ industry leading high RF interference immunity allows test signal injection between antennas with a minimum of interference induced distortion. 5 >90 dB DYNAMIC RANGE IN A TWO-PORT RF ANALYZER Accurately measure antenna isolation with Site Master’s high dynamic range. Site Master’s high dynamic range enables LNA measurements at ground level. Amplifier Gain Test Measurement. 2-PORT SITE MASTER TRANS PORT REFL PORT ANTENNA ANTENNA ISOLATION 2-PORT SITE MASTER TRANS PORT REFL PORT LNA 2-PORT SITE MASTER TRANS PORT REFL PORT LNA ANTENNA TEST ANTENNA SIGNAL LNA DUPLEXER Tx Rx Accurate and Repeatable The Site Master S800 series, is the most accurate and convenient tool available for field installation, verification, troubleshooting and repair of microwave systems. Difficult test specifications are easy to verify. The S800 series improves quality and reduces maintenance expenses by providing vector corrected calibration and a convenient user interface. These new microwave Site Master models test waveguide and coaxial cables more conveniently than laboratory sized scalar analyzers or microwave test sets. Vector Error Correction Vector error correction within the S800 series improves the quality and convenience of measurements compared to traditional scalar techniques. Accuracy and repeatability account for errors such as test port match and source match errors. Vector correction allows the test port to achieve the highest commercial directivity to 50 dB (frequency range dependent) using relatively small calibration components. Waveguide Calibration The test port interface to the waveguide under test is a small coaxial-to-waveguide adapter rather than a bulky precision coupler. The calibration components include two offset shorts, 1/8 and 3/8 wavelength, and a precision load. The two offset shorts eliminates the reference error suffered by scalar systems when only a single waveguide short is used to determine the 0.0 dB reflection reference level. Site Master’s innovative flange design mates to square, rectangular or circular flanges. For a given waveguide size, only one calibration set is required. Site Master’s waveguide calibration components are built with precision alignment pins which mate to the companion coaxial to waveguide adapters. Proper alignment of waveguide is fast and convenient. Waveguide Dispersion Vector error correction also improves the quality of Distance-To-Fault data. Not only is the reflection magnitude more accurate, but also the waveguide dispersion correction for fault distance (different frequencies propagate at different speeds) is more accurate and repeatable. The post-vector corrected data accounts for the non-dispersive length of coaxial cable preceding the input of the waveguide under test. Scalar based systems suffer reflection magnitude errors (a failure looks better than actual) and length inaccuracies in proportion to the relative lengths of the coaxial input cable and waveguide under test. 6 EXTEND FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT WITH MICROWAVE SITE MASTER Calibration components mate directly to a variety of commercial and standard military flanges - eliminating the necessity of bulky, precision waveguide couplers. A few examples of waveguide adapters are 35UA187N, 35UM40N, and 35UM58. SITE MASTER ANTENNA REFERENCE PLANE TEST PORT CABLE COAX-TO-WAVEGUIDE ADAPTER FLEX WAVEGUIDE JUMPER FLEX WAVEGUIDE JUMPER CALIBRATION COMPONENTS PRESSURIZED WAVEGUIDE TRANSMISSION LINE 1/8 λ WAVEGUIDE SHORT 3/8 λ WAVEGUIDE SHORT WAVEGUIDE LOAD Vector Correction Avoids Bulky Waveguide Coupler Site Master Models S114B, and S332B add spectrum analysis capability to the standard cable and antenna analyzer. Now technicians and field engineers can identify and solve RF system problems like coverage, interference, antenna alignment, in-band interference from unwanted sources, and other path related signal problems. Signal Mapping Ideal for site surveys and other signal mapping applications, the Site Master Models S114B, and S332B can optimize placement of antennas and access points in a WLAN or WPBX network. Identification of potential in-band interference as well as transmitted signal quality can be easily performed as the installer moves about the installation site. Field and Maintenance Ideal for field maintenance, the Site Master S114B, S332B simplifies the task of going site-to-site identifying, recording and solving problems. Moreover, these tasks can be completed in a fraction of the time required to haul bench-top or “portable” equipment to the field. Precision calibration, synthesizer-based design and built-in measurement functions allow for easy verification of system compliance. User-frequency menu functions, high sensitivity, and excellent repeatability pinpoint the smallest RF signal levels. Harmonics, Channel Power Measurement, Occupied Bandwidth, and potential interference can be measured before small problems grow into big, costly, time consuming headaches and unwanted site down time. RX Interference Identifying the RF Interference problems can be very difficult. Site Master’s low noise floor (greater than –90 dBm) make small signals easily detectable. Channel Power Channel allocation is very important when deploying cellular, wireless networks. Site Master S114B and S332B can measure in-band signals to determine the best coverage and channel availability for a specific geographical area. 7 SITE MASTER WITH SPECTRUM ANALYSIS CAPABILITY Site Master Applications S113B S114B S120A S251A S331A S331B S332B S400A S810A S818A HF Comms • • Broadcast •• • ••• Paging • • • •• •• • Wireless Local Loop • • • •• •• •• • SMR/ESMR • • • •• •• • Cellular • • • •• •• • GPS •• •• • GSM 1800 GSM/PCS 1900 •• •• • ISM • • • •• •• •• • WLAN/NII/Hyperlan • •••• • Avionics • • •• •• •• • µWave Pt-Pt • • Anritsu Site Master Models S113B S114B S120A S251A S331A S331B S332B S400A S810A S818A Frequency Range (MHz) 5-1200 5-1200 600-1200 625-2500 25-3300 25-3300 25-3300 25-4000 3.3-10.5 GHz 3.3-18 GHz Frequency Accuracy 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 Resolution kHz 10 10 100 100 100 100 100 100 1 MHz 1 MHz Markers 4 4 4 44 44 4 4 4 Display Point (Max.) 517 517 130 130 130 517 517 130 130 130 Sweep Rate ms/point 40 40 40 25 40 40 40 40 70 70 Interference Immunity +10 +10 +10 +10 –15 –5 –5 –15 –10 –10 Trans. Trans. +30 dBc +30 dBc Calibration: Instrument Configurations 10 10 4 4 9 10 10 9 6 6 Data Storage Reporting: Alpha Numeric Yes Yes Yes Yes Time/Date Stamp Yes Yes Yes Yes Numeric Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Memory Locations (Max.) 200 200 50 50 40 200 200 40 70 70 Measurement Characteristics * * * ** ** * * * Gain/Insertion (Transmission) 600-1200 625-2500 Spectrum Analysis 0.1-1200 0.1-3000 8 NEVER BEFORE HAS ONE ANALYZER SOLVED SO MANY ANTENNA SYSTEM PROBLEMS *All Anritsu Site Master models include Return Loss, SWR, Cable Loss, and Distance-To-Fault. PC Software Tools Site Master Software Tools is a Windows® program for cable and antenna analysis and will run on any computer with Windows 95, 98 or NT. Test data can be analyzed and compared to historical performance. Up to 200 Site Master trace memory locations can be down loaded with a single menu selection. Return Loss data can be converted to Distance-To-Fault (DTF) and S11 information. DTF can be displayed as return loss versus distance, VSWR versus distance or milliRho versus distance. This allows problem connectors, adapter interfaces or cable and waveguide damage to be identified easily. S11 vector magnitude and phase data is displayed on a Smith Chart, allowing components to be impedance matched or optimum system performance. The use of historical data reduces maintenance costs. During the site commissioning process, the antenna system’s return loss (SWR), Gain/Insertion Loss and Distance-ToFault “Signature” characteristics are down-loaded into the Site Master Software Tools database. Maintenance technicians recall the “Signature” characteristics during periodic maintenance verification. The Windows based “drag-n-drop” capability speeds fault identification. Site Master data traces are transferred to an automated PC database with a single menu selection. 9 POWERFUL CONTROL AND ANALYSIS SOFTWARE Analysis displays include MilliRho (mρ) reflection coefficient data format or S11 Smith Chart. The onscreen measurement calculator now also includes Transmitted power percentage. Print outs support multiple plots per page. Create new database files or add to an existing database. Site Master Software Tools quickly stores antenna system test data to a single relational database file. SPECIFICATIONS Note: All specifications apply when calibrated at ambient temperature after a five minute warm up. Return Loss Range: 0.00 to 54.00 dB Resolution: 0.01 dB SWR Range: 1.00 to 65.00 Resolution: 0.01 Distance-To-Fault Vertical Range: Return Loss: 0.00 to 54.00 dB SWR : 1.00 to 65.00 Horizontal Range: Range: 0 to (# of data pts. x Resolution) to a maximum of 1000 m (3281 ft.), # of data pts. = 129, 256, 516 Horizontal Resolution, Rectangular Windowing: For Coax, Resolution (meter) = 1.5 x 108 (νp / ∆ Frequency) Where: νp is the cable’s relative propagation velocity. ∆ Frequency is the stop frequency minus the start frequency (in Hz). For Waveguide, Resolution (meter) = 1.5 x 108 ( 1-(FC / F1)2 ) ∆ Frequency Where: FC is the waveguide’s cutoff frequency (in Hz). F1 is the start frequency (in Hz). ∆ Frequency is the stop frequency minus the star frequency (in Hz). Gain/Insertion Loss Range: –120 to +100 dB Resolution: 0.1 dB Wattmeter (RF Power Monitor) Option Display Range: –80.0 to +80.0 dBm 10.0 pW to 100.0 kW Detector Range –50.0 to +20.0 dBm 10.0 µW to 100.0 mW Offset Range: 0.0 to +60.0 dB Resolution: 0.1 dB 0.1 x W Transmission Line Loss (one-port) Range: 0.00 to 20.00 dB Resolution: 0.01 dB Test Port Connector Precision N female Maximum Input Without Damage N(f) Test Ports: +20 dBm, 50 Ω, +50 Vdc RF Power Detector: +20 dBm, 50 Ω, +50 Vdc SPECTRUM ANALYZER Frequency Frequency Range: 100 kHz to 1.2 GHz, S114B 100 kHz to 3.0 GHz, S332B Frequency Reference: Aging: ±1 ppm/yr. Accuracy: ±2 ppm Frequency Span: 0 Hz (zero span) 100 kHz to 1.2 GHz, S114B 100 kHz to 3.0 GHz, S332B Sweep Time: 0.5 sec. Resolution Bandwidth (–3dB width): 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz, 1 MHz Video Bandwidth (Range –3dB): 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz and 300 kHz SSB Phase Noise (1 GHz) @ 30 kHz Offset: ≤74 dBc/Hz Spurious Responses Input Related: ≤–45 dBc Spurious Residual Responses: ≤–80 dBm Amplitude Measurement Range: –90 dBm to +20 dBm Dynamic Range: ≥60 dB Maximum Safe Input Level: +20 dBm max. measurement safe input +27 dBm max. input (damage) +27 dBm Peak Pulse Power +50 Vdc Displayed Average: Noise Level: ≤–90 dBm (400 kHz span) Display Range: 2 to 15 dB/div. In 1 dB steps. Ten divisions displayed. RF Input VSWR: 2.0:1 Amplitude Accuracy: ±1.5 dB Total Level Accuracy: ±2 dB GENERAL RS-232: 9 pin D-sub, three wire serial Electromagnetic Compatibility: Meets European Community Requirements for CE marking. Temperature: Operating: –0°C to 50°C Storage: –20°C to 75°C Operation at temperatures to –10.0°C is normal. However, please note that the LCD display will fade at low temperature extremes. Weight: Site Master A Series, 1.36 kgs. (3.0 lbs.) nominal Site Master B Series, 1.81 kgs. (4.0 lbs.) nominal Size : A Series: 20.3 x 17.8 x 5.72 cm (8 x 7 x 2.25 in.) B Series: 25.4 x 17.8 x 6.10 cm (10 x 7 x 2.4 in.) MEASUREMENT ACCURACY Return Loss and SWR Accuracy: < ± 0.9 dB, < ± 0.03 SWR typical worst case. Assumes measurement of a 22 dB return loss device with precision calibration components after 5 minute warm up. Accuracy improves when measuring devices with poorer return loss. Directivity: Precision 7/16 Components: ≥45 dB N Components: SM/PL, SM/PNFL, 4.0 GHz: ≥42dB 28N50A, 18.0 GHz: ≥40 dB Precision Waveguide Load: ≥45 dB (frequency range dependent) (Directivity is the largest source of return loss measurement uncertainty.) Typical Worst Case Accuracy Calculation (dB) Accuracy = ± [ 0.04 + 20 log (1+10 –Ε∆/20)] where Ε∆ = Directivity - Measured Return Loss The quality of the precision load used for calibration determines traceable directivity performance. Precision loads can be verified using a vector network analyzer calibrated with either sliding load or TRL. Cable Loss Accuracy Accuracy: <±1.0 dB typical, after calibration for insertion losses of <4.0 dB. Assumes cable return loss >26 dB. Accuracy is improved using ripple averaging. Set the frequency sweep such that 5 to 6 ripple cycles are visible. Calibrate the Site Master and place markers at an adjacent peak and valley. Sum the marker values and divide by two. For cable loss greater than 4.0 dB, see formula in technical notes. Repeatability: <± 0.05 dB, typical Cable Loss is determined by measuring one end of the cable and disconnecting the opposite end from any antennas or other devices. This open circuit condition return loss is measured and divided by two. This test is excellent for trouble shooting or verifying previously installed cables. For best results comparing measurements to historic data, always disconnect the opposite cable end at the same position and avoid simultaneous tests of multiple cable or connector types. Distance-To-Fault Accuracy: The Fast Fourier Transform which calculates the DTF display provides an exact indication of electrical length. This relates to physical length through knowledge of the cable’s propagation velocity, νp : d = ( c * n * νp ) / ( 2 * ∆f ) Distance is displayed according to the accuracy of νp. In the equation above, c is the speed of light, n the number of ripples in the frequency domain display and ∆f is frequency sweep range. Cable manufactures specify the νp of cables. When this specification is not available, the νp value is easily determined by measuring a known length of cable. Non-phase stable cables will cause small measurement errors because bending of the cable changes the physical length of the cable’s center conductor and outer ground shield. The Open, Short and Load components used during calibration create a phase “reference plane” from which Site Master bases the vector error correction formulas. The physical length of the cable is allowed to change as it flexes, the phase relationship of the calibrated reference plane position and the actual cable end position also changes - creating errors. 10 Panel connections include a 9 pin D-sub RS-232, precision test port connector, DC power input, and an optional RF detector connection for the Wattmeter operation. The protective softcase is designed to hold calibration components. Velcro adjustments on the shoulder strap allow convenient, one hand operation. 11 UNIVERSAL WAVEGUIDE COMPONENT ACCESSORIES Precision Waveguide Calibration Components Part Number Description Freq Range Waveguide Type Compatible Flanges xxUM40 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric 3.30 to 4.90 GHz WR229, WG11A PDR40 xxUM48 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric 3.95 to 5.85 GHz WR187, WG12 CAR48, PAR48, UAR48, PDR48 xxUM58 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric 4.90 to 7.05 GHz WR159, WG13 CAR58, PAR58, UAR58, PDR58 xxUM70 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric 5.85 to 8.20 GHz WR137, WG14 CAR70, PAR70, UAR 70, PDR70 xxUM84 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric 7.05 to 10.00 GHz WR112, WG15 CBR84, UBR84, PBR84, PDR84 xxUM100 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric 8.20 to 12.40 GHz WR90, WG16 CBR100, UBR100, PBR100, PDR100 xxUM120 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric 10.00 to 15.00 GHz WR75, WG17 CBR120, UBR120, PBR120, PDR120 xxUM140 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric 12.40 to 18.00 GHz WR62, WG18 CBR140, UBR140, PBR140, PDR140 xxUM220 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, Metric 17.00 to 26.50 GHz WR42, WG20 CBR220, UBR220, PBR220, PDR220 xxUA229 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US 3.30 to 4.90 GHz WR229, WG11A CPR229F, CPR229G, UG-1350/U, UG-1351/U, UG-1726/U, UG-1727/U xxUA187 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US 3.95 to 5.85 GHz WR187, WG12 CPR187F, CPR187G, UG-1352/U, UG-1353/U, UG-1728/U, UG-1729/U, UG-148/U, UG-149A/U xxUA159 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US 4.90 to 7.05 GHz WR159, WG13 CPR159F, CPR159G, UG-1354/U, UG-1355/U, UG-1730/U, UG-1731/U xxUA137 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US 5.85 to 8.20 GHz WR137, WG14 CPR137F, CPR137G, UG-1356/U, UG-1357/U, UG-1732/U, UG-1733/U, UG-343B/U, UG-344/U, UG-440B/U, UG-441/U xxUA112 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US 7.05 to 10.00 GHz WR112, WG15 CPR112F, CPR112G, UG-1358/U, UG-1359/U, UG-1734/U, UG-1735/U, UG-52B/U, UG-51/U, UG-137B/U, UG-138/U xxUA90 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US” 8.20 to 12.40 GHz WR90, WG16 CPR90F, CPR90G, UG-1360/U, UG-1361/U, UG-1736/U, UG-1737/U, UG-40B/U, UG-39/U, UG-135/U, UG-136B/U xxUA75 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US 10.00 to 15.00 GHz WR75, WG17 WR75 xxUA62 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US 12.40 to 18.00 GHz WR62, WG18 UG-541A/U, UG-419/U, UG-1665/U, UG1666/U xxUA42 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, US 17.00 to 26.50 GHz WR42, WG20 UG-596A/U, UG-595/U, UG-597/U, UG-598A/U xxCMR229 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR 3.30 to 4.90 GHz WR229, WG11A CMR229 xxCMR187 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR 3.95 to 5.85 GHz WR187, WG12 CMR187, UG1475/U, UG1480/U xxCMR159 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR 4.90 to 7.05 GHz WR159, WG13 CMR159 xxCMR137 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR 5.85 to 8.20 GHz WR137, WG14 CMR137, UG1476/U, UG1481/U xxCMR112 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR 7.05 to 10.00 GHz WR112, WG15 CMR112, UG1477/U, UG1482/U xxCMR90 1/8, 3/8 λ Offset Short and Load, CMR 8.2 to 12.4 GHz WR90, WG16 CMR90, UG1478/U, UG1483/U xxUER40 1/8, 3/8 λ Short and Load, UER 3.30 to 4.90 GHz WR229, WG11A UER40 xxUER48 1/8, 3/8 λ Short and Load, UER 3.95 to 5.85 GHz WR187, WG12 UER48 xxUER58 1/8, 3/8 λ Short and Load, UER 4.90 to 7.05 GHz WR159, WG13 UER58 xxUER70 1/8, 3/8 λ Short and Load, UER 5.85 to 8.20 GHz WR137, WG14 UER70 xxUER84 1/8, 3/8 λ Short and Load, UER 7.05 to 10.00 GHz WR112, WG15 UER84 xxUER100 1/8, 3/8 λ Short and Load, UER 8.2 to 12.4 GHz WR90, WG16 UER100 Note: Part Number Ordering Information Prefix (xx) - 23 for 1/8 λ Offset Short - 24 for 3/8 λ Offset Short - 26 for Precision Waveguide Load Precision Waveguide-to-Coaxial Adapters 35UM40N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric 3.30 to 4.90 GHz WR229, WG11A PDR40 35UM48N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric 3.95 to 5.85 GHz WR187, WG12 CAR48, PAR48, UAR48, PDR48 35UM58N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric 4.90 to 7.05 GHz WR159, WG13 CAR58, PAR58, UAR58, PDR58 35UM70N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric 5.85 to 8.20 GHz WR137, WG14 CAR70, PAR70, UAR 70, PDR70 35UM84N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric 7.05 to 10.00 GHz WR112, WG15 CBR84, UBR84, PBR84, PDR84 35UM100N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric 8.20 to 12.40 GHz WR90, WG16 CBR100, UBR100, PBR100, PDR100 35UM120N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric 10.00 to 15.00 GHz WR75, WG17 CBR120, UBR120, PBR120, PDR120 35UM140N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), Metric 12.40 to 18.00 GHz WR62, WG18 CBR140, UBR140, PBR140, PDR140 35UM220K Coaxial Adapter, K(m), Metric 17.00 to 26.50 GHz WR42, WG20 CBR220, UBR220, PBR220, PDR220 35UA229N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), US 3.30 to 4.90 GHz WR229, WG11A CPR229F, CPR229G, UG-1350/U, UG-1351/U, UG-1726/U, UG-1727/U 35UA187N Coaxial Adapter, N(m),US 3.95 to 5.85 GHz WR187, WG12 CPR187F, CPR187G, UG-1352/U, UG-1353/U, UG-1728/U, UG-1729/U, UG-148/U, UG-149A/U 35UA159N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), US 4.90 to 7.05 GHz WR159, WG13 CPR159F, CPR159G, UG-1354/U, UG-1355/U, UG-1730/U, UG-1731/U 35UA137N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), US 5.85 to 8.20 GHz WR137, WG14 CPR137F, CPR137G, UG-1356/U, UG-1357/U, UG-1732/U, UG-1733/U, UG-343B/U, UG-344/U, UG-440B/U, UG-441/U 35UA112N Coaxial Adapter, N(m),US 7.05 to 10.00 GHz WR112, WG15 CPR112F, CPR112G, UG-1358/U, UG-1359/U, UG-1734/U, UG-1735/U, UG-52B/U, UG-51/U, UG-137B/U, UG-138/U 35UA90N Coaxial Adapter, N(m),US 8.20 to 12.40 GHz WR90, WG16 CPR90F, CPR90G, UG-1360/U, UG-1361/U, UG-1736/U, UG-1737/U, UG-40B/U, UG-39/U, UG-135/U, UG-136B/U 35UA75N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), US 10.00 to 15.00 GHz WR75, WG17 WR75 35UA62N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), US 12.40 to 18.00 GHz WR62, WG18 UG-541A/U, UG-419/U, UG-1665/U, UG1666/U 35UA42K Coaxial Adapter, K(m), US 17.00 to 26.50 GHz WR42, WG20 UG-596A/U, UG-595/U, UG-597/U, UG-598A/U 35CMR229N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), CMR 3.30 to 4.90 GHz WR229, WG11A CMR229 35CMR187N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), CMR 3.95 to 5.85 GHz WR187, WG12 CMR187, UG1475/U, UG1480/U 35CMR159N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), CMR 4.90 to 7.05 GHz WR159, WG13 CMR159 35CMR137N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), CMR 5.85 to 8.20 GHz WR137, WG14 CMR137, UG1476/U, UG1481/U 35CMR112N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), CMR 7.05 to 10.00 GHz WR112, WG15 CMR112, UG1477/U, UG1482/U 35CMR90N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), CMR 8.2 to 12.4 GHz WR90, WG16 CMR90, UG1478/U, UG1483/U 35UER40N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), UER 3.30 to 4.90 GHz WR229, WG11A UER40 35UER48N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), UER 3.95 to 5.85 GHz WR187, WG12 UER48 35UER58N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), UER 4.90 to 7.05 GHz WR159, WG13 UER58 35UER70N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), UER 5.85 to 8.20 GHz WR137, WG14 UER70 35UER84N Coaxial Adapter, N(m), UER 7.05 to 10.00 GHz WR112, WG15 UER84 35UER100N Coaxial Adapter, N(m) UER 8.2 to 12.4 GHz WR90, WG16 UER100 Model S113B (5 MHz to 1200 MHz), Built in DTF Model S114B (5 MHz to 1200 MHz), Built in DTF, Spectrum Analysis Model S120A (600 MHz to 1200 MHz), Built in DTF Model S250A (1750 MHz to 2500 MHz), Built in DTF Model S251A (625 MHz to 2500 MHz), Built in DTF Model S330A (700 MHz to 3300 MHz) Model S331A (25 MHz to 3300 MHz), Built in DTF Model S331B (25 MHz to 3300 MHz), Built in DTF Model S332B (25 MHz to 3300 MHz), Built in DTF, Spectrum Analysis Model S400A (25 MHz to 4000 MHz), Built in DTF Model S810A (3.3 GHz to 10.5 GHz), Built in DTF Model S818A (3.3 GHz to 18.0 GHz), Built in DTF Standard Accessories Includes User’s Guide Soft Carrying Case AC-DC Adapter Automotive Cigarette Lighter/12 Volt DC Adapter One Year Warranty CD ROM containing Fault Location (DTF), Smith Chart and Software Management Tools Serial Interface Cable Rechargeable Battery, NiMH (S113B, S114B, S331B, and S332B Only) Optional Accessories Option 5 RF Watt Meter Power Monitor (RF Detector not included) 5400-71N50 RF Detector, N(m), 50 Ohm, 1 to 3000 MHz 42N50A-30 Attenuator, 30 dB, 50 Watt, Bi-directional, DC to 18 GHz, N(m) to N(f) 560-7N50B RF Detector, N(m), 50 Ohm, 10 MHz to 20 GHz 560-7K50 RF Detector, K(m), 50 Ohm, 10 MHz to 40 GHz 560-7VA50 RF Detector, V(m), 50 Ohm, 10 MHz to 50 GHz IN50C 5W Limiter, N(m)-N(f), 18 GHz 22N50 Precision N(m) Short/Open, 18 GHz 22NF50 Precision N(f) Short/Open, 18 GHz SM/STS Standard N(m) Short, 3.5 GHz SM/PL Precision N(m) Load, 42 dB, 4.0 GHz SM/PLNF Precision N(f) Load, 42 dB, 4.0 GHz 28N50-2 Precision N(m) Load, 40 dB, 18 GHz 28NF50-2 Precision N(f) Load, 40 dB, 18 GHz 2000-767 Precision Open/Short/Load, 7/16 (m), 3.5 GHz 2000-768 Precision Open/Short/Load, 7/16 (f), 3.5 GHz 15NN50-1.5A Test Port Cable Armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to N(m), 3.5 GHz 15NN50-3.0A Test Port Cable Armored, 3.0 meter, N(m) to N(m), 3.5 GHz 15NN50-5.0A Test Port Cable Armored, 5.0 meter, N(m) to N(m), 3.5 GHz 15NNF50-1.5A Test Port Cable Armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to N(f), 3.5 GHz 15NNF50-3.0A Test Port Cable Armored, 3.0 meter, N(m) to N(f), 3.5 GHz 15NNF50-5.0A Test Port Cable Armored, 5.0 meter, N(m) to N(f), 3.5 GHz 15ND50-1.5A Test Port Cable Armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(m), 3.5 GHz 15NDF50-1.5A Test Port Cable Armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to 7/16 DIN(f), 3.5 GHz 15NNF50-1.5B Test Port Cable Armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to N(f), 18 GHz 15NNF50-1.5C Test Port Cable Armored, 1.5 meter, N(m) to N(f), 6 GHz 15NNF50-3.0C Test Port Cable Armored, 3.0 meter, N(m) to N(f), 6 GHz 15NNF50-3.0C Test Port Cable Armored, 3.0 meter, N(m) to N(f), 6 GHz 15NNF50-5.0C Test Port Cable Armored, 5.0 meter, N(m) to N(f), 6 GHz 510-96 Adapter 7/16 DIN (m) to 7/16 DIN (m), 3.5 GHz 800-109 Detector Extender Cable, 7.6 m (25 ft.) 800-110 Detector Extender Cable,15.2 m (50 ft.) 800-111 Detector Extender Cable, 30.5 m (100 ft.) 800-112 Detector Extender Cable, 61 m (200 ft.) 1091-26 Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ohm, N(m) to SMA(m) 1091-27 Adapter, DC to 18 GHz, 50 Ohm, N(m) to SMA(f) 1091-172 Adapter, DC to 1.3 GHz, 50 Ohm, N(m) to BNC(f) 34NN50A Precision N(m) to N(m) Adapter, 18 GHz 34NFNF50 Precision N(f) to N(f) Adapter, 18 GHz 34RKNF50 Precision Ruggedized K(m) to N(f) Adapter, 20 GHz 34RSN50 Precision Ruggedized WSMA(m) to N(m) Adapter, 20 GHz K220B Precision K(m)-K(m) Adapter, 40 GHz K222B Precision K(f)-K(f) Adapter, 40 GHz 510-90 Adapter 7/16(f) to N(m), 3.5 GHz 510-91 Adapter 7/16(f) to N(f), 3.5 GHz 510-92 Adapter 7/16(m) to N(m), 3.5 GHz 510-93 Adapter 7/16(m) to N(f), 3.5 GHz 510-97 Adapter 7/16 DIN(f) to 7/16 DIN (f), 3.5 GHz D41955 Spare Soft Carrying Case 48258 Spare Soft Carrying Case for S113B, S114B, S321B, and S332B 40-115 Spare AC/DC Adapter 806-62 Spare Automotive Cigarette Lighter/12 Volts DC adapter 800-441 Spare Serial Interface Cable 760-215A Transit Cases for Anritsu Site Master 760-213 Transit Case for S800 Series Site Master 2300-347 Anritsu Site Master Software Tools 10580-00029 Anritsu Site Master S113B, S114B, S331B, S332B Maintenance Manual 10580-00020 Anritsu Site Master S251A User’s Guide 10580-00028 Anritsu Site Master S113B, S114B, S331B, S332B User’s Guide 10580-00019 Anritsu Site Master S120A, S235A and S250A Maintenance Manual 10580-00017 Anritsu Site Master S330A, S331A User’s Guide 10580-00016 Anritsu Site Master S120A, S235A and S250A User’s Guide 10580-00014 Anritsu Site Master S810A, S818A User’s Guide 10580-00008 Anritsu Site Master Maintenance Manual, one port 633-27 Rechargeable Battery, NiMH 2000-1029 Battery Charger, NiMH with Universal Power Supply 2000-1030 Portable Antenna, 50 Ohm, SMA(m), 1.71-1.88 GHz 2000-1031 Portable Antenna, 50 Ohm, SMA (m), 1.85-1.99 GHz 2000-1032 Portable Antenna, 50 Ohm, SMA (m), 2.4-2.5 GHz 2000-1034 Portable Antenna, 50 Ohm, SMA (m), 806-869 MHz 2000-1035 Portable Antenna, 50 Ohm, SMA (m), 902-960 MHz Printers 2000-766 HP DeskJet Printer Includes: Interface Cable, Black Print Cartridge, and US Power Cable 2000-753 Spare Serial-to-Parallel Converter Cable 2000-661 Black Print Cartridge 2000-662 Rechargeable Battery for DeskJet Printer 2000-663 Power Cable (Europe) for DeskJet Printer 2000-664 Power Cable (Australia) for DeskJet Printer 2000-665 Power Cable (U.K.) for DeskJet Printer 2000-667 Power Cable (So. Africa) for DeskJet Printer 2000-754 Seiko DPU-414-30B Thermal Printer (120VAC) Includes: Internal Battery, Thermal Printer Paper, Serial Cable, U.S. Power Cable 2000-761 Seiko DPU-414-30B Thermal Printer (220VAC) Includes: Internal Battery, Thermal Printer Paper, Serial Cable, Euro Power Cable 2000-1002 Spare Serial 9 pin (male) to 9 pin (female) cable (for Seiko DPU-414-30B) 2000-755 Five (5) rolls of Thermal Paper Compatible printers include battery powered Seiko models (pictured) and Deskjet models. A serial (null modem) cable is required for the serial printers. A serial to parallel interface cable is required for the Deskjet parallel printers. 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