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anritsu Economy Microwave Spectrum Analyzer MS2718B


  • Built in preamplifier (standard) up to 4 GHz
  • Lightweight at only 12.5 pounds (typical)
  • Best in class Displayed Average Noise Level < -159 dBm typical in a 1 Hz RBW at 1 GHz
  • Quick Zoom-in, Zoom-out display in 1-2-5 sequence
  • RBWs: 1 Hz to 3 MHz in 1-3 sequence
  • VBWs: 1 Hz to 3 MHz in 1-3 sequence
  • Automatic or manual input attenuator control
  • Dedicated smart measurements
  • Optional secure data operation 
  • Improved zero-span operation—Five markers available for time vs power displays
  • Faster remote I/O and measurement speeds
  • New advanced Limit Line creation capability—Pass/fail charts
  • Normal, Max hold, Min hold, user settable averaging (more than 65,000 traces can be averaged!)

The MS2719B Economy Microwave Spectrum Analyzer is designed to be an affordable solution for bench testing of microwave components, subsystems, and systems. Designed for engineers and technicians needing advanced yet economical spectrum analysis tools, the MS2719B redefines the economy class by delivering impressive value while lowering the cost-of-test. It serves both the R&D test bench as well as the production line applications.

With its upper frequency range of 20 GHz, the MS 2719B brings economic spectrum measurements to many commercial, as well as aerospace and defense microwave system applications. This includes high-technology systems operating in the Ku-band range. You can measure signal performance on a wide variety of microwave systems; radar, satellite and terrestrial communications, and complex military communications and defense electronics systems.

such as 65 dB range input step attenuator and 20 watt input protection which can significantly reduce the concern of damage by inexperienced operators. Optional high accuracy power meter functionality supports Anritsu’s 6 GHz PSN50 sensor with +/- 0.16 dB power measurement accuracy.

The MS2719B spectrum analyzer has low phase noise of -102 dBc/Hz typical at 1 GHz @ 10 kHz offset, best in its class typical DANL of -159 dBm at 1 GHz in a 1 Hz RBW, resolution bandwidth (RBW) range of 1 Hz to 3 MHz and video bandwidth (VBW) range of 1 Hz to 3 MHz. It also has the fastest sweep speeds of any spectrum analyzer in its class.