Anritsu showcasing advanced signal testing & device characterization solutions at EuMW 2022

06 September 2022

Wireless communications T&M specialist, Anritsu is attending European Microwave Week (EuMW) in Milan, Italy from 27-29 September, Europe's largest trade show dedicated to microwaves & RF, showcasing its most advanced testing solutions for signal generation & signal analysis.

Microwave technologies are used by a growing number of applications, encouraging developers to adopt higher frequency bands, while also optimising the cost of these technologies. Anritsu’s strong culture of innovation is leading to new measurement methods that help developers achieve both these goals.

Broadband device modelling
Anritsu will place a spotlight on its overall VNA market leadership, showcasing the advanced ME7838G 70 kHz to 220 GHz single sweep, 2-port VectorStar® system, together with a MPI TS200 probe station that is unique for its ability to make precise and repeatable on-wafer measurements. The system provides high performance in a compact mmWave module. This allows the 220 GHz probe to connect directly to the mmWave module for accurate, stable on-wafer measurements, avoiding the limitations of threaded connectors.

The VectorStar ME7838G VNA addresses the market need to conduct on-wafer measurements that span into the sub-Terahertz region for more accurate device characterization. It is the only broadband system with positive raw directivity in multiple bands, offering improved calibration and measurement stability with a significantly longer time between calibrations to ensure accurate measurements and improved productivity.

Modular VNA & antenna measurements
Additionally, the ShockLine™ ME7868A 2-port distributed modular VNA enabled with PhaseLync technology, paired with the Millibox hardware, is the world’s first 2-port VNA solution to provide guaranteed performance from 1 MHz to 43.5 GHz. This solution simplifies long-distance S-parameter measurements (2m/5m/25m up to 200m), such as OTA (over-the-air) measurements in large chambers, large vehicle cable/antenna testing and outdoor antenna test range measurements.

Enabling quantum computing: from design to test
Anritsu EMEA has partnered with Anapico AG to create a comprehensive offering of RF & microwave solutions dedicated to quantum computing – from qubits design to final deployment. At EuMW22, we will showcase our solution to allow manipulation and readout of qubit states, based on the Anapico APMS Multichannel Phase-Coherent Signal Generator and the Field Master Pro MS2090A Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer and the MS2720xA Remote Spectrum Monitor.

With a complete set of RF & microwave quantum computing solutions, Anritsu allows scientists to maximise signal-to-noise-ratio (SNR) by enhancing spectral purity and minimising phase-noise, shortening measurement times by reducing latency and switching.

Ultimate low phase noise with the Rubidium® Signal Generator
The Rubidium™ high-performance analogue signal generator offers exceptional overall utility and long-term value in a broad range of commercial and military/aerospace measurement applications. It delivers unmatched spectral purity, the best phase noise in the market (-140 dBc/Hz at 10 GHz, 10 kHz offset), superior atomic grade stability compared to conventional OCXOs (oven controlled crystal oscillators), and a broad frequency coverage between 9 kHz and 43.5 GHz. The Anapico APPH high-performance Phase Noise Analyzer will be used to showcase the Rubidium’s exceptional signal purity.

Drone based spectrum monitoring
Potential breaches of regulations, wrong calibration/settings of transmitting equipment, illegal transmitters and jammers in the spectrum field can now all be monitored and measured using an airborne solution. Our booth will show a solution that combines the Colibrex AMU drone with the Anritsu Spectrum Master MS2760A, allowing up to 15 minutes continuous airborne based measurements up to 50 GHz.

Come to Milano and see Anritsu at booth B22 on September 27th to 29th 2022.

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