Handheld spectrum analyzers for field test and measurement of radar and SATCOM offered by Rohde & Schwarz

Nov. 22, 2021
FPH spectrum analyzers combine the functionality of benchtop instruments and the lightweight portability of a handheld instrument.

MUNICH – Rohde & Schwarz in Munich is introducing base models for the rugged R&S Spectrum Rider FPH spectrum analyzers that take spectrum analysis capability up to 44 GHz for field applications such as verification of radar, defense, satellite communications (SATCOM), 5G, and broadcast.

They combine the functionality of benchtop instruments and the lightweight portability of a handheld instrument, with intuitive features to make high performance measuring on the go fast and simple.

A new 44 GHz model has test and measurement frequencies from 5 kHz to 6, 13.6, and 26.5 GHz. In addition, three new versions with tracking generators are available with measurement frequencies to 13.6, 26.5, and 44 GHz.

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Large buttons and multi-touch gesture screen make it easy to operate. The new models support. Weighing seven pounds for 44 GHz model, the R&S Spectrum Rider is optimized for mobile use. Its battery lasts for 4.5 hours, and its backlit keypad enables users to work in the dark. The non-reflective display supports a daylight mode for improved readability in direct sunlight.

This handheld spectrum analyzer family has a large capacitive touchscreen to adjust settings such as frequency, span and reference level, and to set markers.

Large buttons and a multifunction wheel facilitate operation with gloves in outdoor environments. Users can control the analyzer via USB, or LAN and the R&S MobileView app for iOS or Android.

For more information contact Rohde & Schwarz online at www.rohde-schwarz.com.

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