Anritsu introduces high-power, battery-operated portable PIM test analyzer

Date
12/13/2012

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Small size, light weight for PIM testing in tough-to-access sites, including RRH installation and indoor DAS

Click image to enlarge: The Anritsu MW82119A PIM test analyzer

Anritsu is expanding its line of PIM (Passive Intermodulation) test equipment with the introduction of the MW82119A high-power battery-operated portable PIM test analyzer. One quarter the size and half the weight of alternative PIM analyzers, the MW82119A offers inherent advantages including 40-W testing and Anritsu's patented DTP (distance-to-PIM) in a compact housing suited for difficult-to-access sites, such as RRH (remote radio head) installations and indoor DAS (distributed antenna systems). Six models are available to address major frequency ranges, including the upper and lower 700 MHz bands, 850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1.8 GHz, 1.9 GHz, and 1.9/2.1 GHz. All six MW82119A analyzers incorporate DTP technology, allowing tower contractors, maintenance contractors, and wireless service provider field technicians to pinpoint the location of PIM problems, whether they are on the tower or outside the antenna system. The analyzers also test at 40 W, which allows the MW82119A to locate faults that conventional 20-W analyzers might miss, such as intermittent and power-sensitive PIM problems. In addition to its compact, lightweight design, the MW82119A has other advantageous features for wireless professionals responsible for today's field-testing requirements. For example, a flexible power adjustment capability allows a single MW82119A analyzer to conduct PIM testing on low-power DAS systems, as well as high-power macro cells. As with all Anritsu handheld test equipment, the MW82119A is designed to withstand transportation shock, vibration, and harsh outdoor test conditions associated with cell site deployment, installation, and maintenance. Testing is simplified by the analyzer's ability to save and recall test setups for standardized testing, and limit lines can be set for visual or audible pass-fail criteria. Operators can use Anritsu's line-sweep tools to manage MW82119A measurements and generate reports that combine VSWR data as well as PIM data into a unified site report. Operators can also tag PIM measurements with the GPS location when the analyzers are equipped with the GPS option. Anritsu MW82119A product deeplink

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