Coverage Mapping with Anritsu

March 21, 2019

The Anritsu Field Master Pro MS2090A high-performance RF spectrum analyzer leverages the very latest technologies to deliver performance and accuracy previously reserved for only benchtop instruments. With continuous frequency coverage from 9 kHz to 54 GHz, the Field Master Pro MS2090A is leading the way for next-generation test equipment designed to meet the unique needs of technologies used in 5G networks while maintaining support for the full range of requirements of today’s wireless industries.

As we all continue to consume more data and expect faster access even in remote locations, point-to-point radio links are moving higher in frequency and expanding in bandwidth to support these demands. The ability to view the RF spectrum and measure the transmissions from all of these systems is critical in order to avoid interference and guarantee performance. The addition of the NEON Signal Mapper MA8100A enables a wide variety of indoor- and outdoor-based radio coverage mapping applications. It provides field service engineers and technicians with the performance and functionality needed to verify signal coverage of these complex systems.

Commercial wireless service providers, public safety entities, and wireless subcontractors can use the Field Master Pro MS2090A with NEON Signal Mapper MA8100A solution to ensure reliable communications everywhere – from wide open spaces in the countryside to the middle of a large city. It can also be used to ensure network performance inside office buildings, trains in underground tunnels, and large public spaces such as sports arenas, shopping malls, and airports.

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