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PDF Content Summary: MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual Mainframe Operation 47th Edition For safety and warning information, please read this manual before attempting to use the equipment. Keep this manual with the equipment. ANRITSU CORPORATION Document No.: M-W2850AE-47.0 ii Safety Symbols To prevent the risk of personal injury or loss related to equipment malfunction, Anritsu Corporation uses the following safety symbols to indicate safety-related information. Ensure that you clearly understand the meanings of the symbols BEFORE using the equipment. Some or all of the following symbols may be used on all Anritsu equipment. In addition, there may be other labels attached to products that are not shown in the diagrams in this manual. Symbols used in manual

This indicates a very dangerous procedure that could result in serious injury or death if not performed properly. This indicates a hazardous procedure that could result in serious injury or death if not performed properly. This indicates a hazardous procedure or danger that could result in light-to-severe injury, or loss related to equipment malfunction, if proper precautions are not taken. DANGER WARNING CAUTION

Safety Symbols Used on Equipment and in Manual The following safety symbols are used inside or on the equipment near operation locations to provide information about safety items and operation precautions. Ensure that you clearly understand the meanings of the symbols and take the necessary precautions BEFORE using the equipment. This indicates a prohibited operation. The prohibited operation is indicated symbolically in or near the barred circle. This indicates an obligatory safety precaution. The obligatory operation is indicated symbolically in or near the circle. This indicates a warning or caution. The contents are indicated symbolically in or near the triangle. This indicates a note. The contents are described in the box. These indicate that the marked part should be recycled. MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual Mainframe Operation 15 May 2007 (First Edition) 19 October 2018 (47th Edition) Copyright © 2007-2018, ANRITSU CORPORATION. All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced without the prior written permission of the publisher. The contents of this manual may be changed without prior notice. Printed in Japan

Replacing Battery Battery Disposal Electric Shock For Safety ● When replacing the battery, use the specified battery and insert it with the correct polarity. If the wrong battery is used, or if the battery is inserted with reversed polarity, there is a risk of explosion causing severe injury or death. ● DO NOT expose batteries to heat or fire. This is dangerous and can result in explosions or fire. Heating batteries may cause them to leak or explode. • To ensure that the equipment is grounded, always use the supplied 3-pin power cord, and insert the plug into an outlet with a ground terminal. If power is supplied without grounding the equipment, there is a risk of receiving a severe or fatal electric shock or causing damage to the internal components.

DANGER WARNING • ALWAYS refer to the operation manual when working near locations at which the alert mark shown on the left is attached. If the advice in the operation manual is not followed there is a risk of personal injury or reduced equipment performance. The alert mark shown on the left may also be used with other marks and descriptions to indicate other dangers. • Overvoltage Category This equipment complies with overvoltage category II defined in IEC 61010. DO NOT connect this equipment to the power supply of overvoltage category III or IV. iii

For Safety iv Calibration • The performance-guarantee seal verifies the integrity of the equipment. To ensure the continued integrity of the equipment, only Anritsu service personnel, or service personnel of an Anritsu sales representative, should break this seal to repair or calibrate the equipment. Be careful not to break the seal by opening the equipment or unit covers. If the performance-guarantee seal is broken by you or a third party, the performance of the equipment cannot be guaranteed. Repair WARNING • Only qualified service personnel with a knowledge of electrical fire and shock hazards should service this equipment. This equipment cannot be repaired by the operator. DO NOT attempt to remove the equipment covers or unit covers or to disassemble internal components. There are high-voltage parts in this equipment presenting a risk of severe injury or fatal electric shock to untrained personnel. In addition, there is a risk of damage to precision components. Falling Over Battery Fluid LCD For Safety • This equipment should always be positioned in the correct manner. If the cabinet is turned on its side, etc., it will be unstable and may be damaged if it falls over as a result of receiving a slight mechanical shock. Always set up the equipment in a position where the power switch can be reached without difficulty. • DO NOT short the battery terminals and never attempt to disassemble the battery or dispose of it in a fire. If the battery is damaged by any of these actions, the battery fluid may leak. This fluid is poisonous. DO NOT touch the battery fluid, ingest it, or get in your eyes. If it is accidentally ingested, spit it out immediately, rinse your mouth with water and seek medical help. If it enters your eyes accidentally, do not rub your eyes, rinse them with clean running water and seek medical help. If the liquid gets on your skin or clothes, wash it off carefully and thoroughly with clean water. • This equipment uses a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). DO NOT subject the equipment to excessive force or drop it. If the LCD is subjected to strong mechanical shock, it may break and liquid may leak. This liquid is very caustic and poisonous. DO NOT touch it, ingest it, or get in your eyes. If it is ingested accidentally, spit it out immediately, rinse your mouth with water and seek medical help. If it enters your eyes accidentally, do not rub your eyes, rinse them with clean running water and seek medical help. If the liquid gets on your skin or clothes, wash it off carefully and thoroughly with soap and water.

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For Safety vi Cleaning • Always remove the main power cable from the power outlet before cleaning dust around the power supply and fan. Check Terminal CAUTION • Never input a signal of more than the indicated value between the measured terminal and ground. Input of an excessive signal may damage the equipment.

• Clean the power inlet regularly. If dust accumulates around the power pins, there is a risk of fire. • Keep the cooling fan clean so that the ventilation holes are not obstructed. If the ventilation is obstructed, the cabinet may overheat and catch fire.

Replacing Memory Back-up Battery External Storage Media For Safety This equipment uses a Poly-carbomonofluoride lithium battery to backup the memory. This battery must be replaced by service personnel when it has reached the end of its useful life; contact the Anritsu sales section or your nearest representative. This equipment uses USB memory stick as external storage media for storing data and programs.

CAUTION Note: The battery used in this equipment has a maximum useful life of 7 years. It should be replaced before this period has elapsed. If this media is mishandled or becomes faulty, important data may be lost. It is recommended to periodically back up all important data and programs to protect them from being lost accidentally. Anritsu will not be held responsible for lost data. Pay careful attention to the following points. • Never remove the USB memory stick from the equipment while it is being accessed. • The USB memory stick may be damaged by static electric charges. • Anritsu has thoroughly tested all external storage media shipped with this equipment. Users should note that external storage media not shipped with this equipment may not have been tested by Anritsu, thus Anritsu cannot guarantee the performance or suitability of such media. vii For Safety viii CAUTION Hard disk The equipment is equipped with an internal hard disk from which, as with any hard disk, data may be lost under certain conditions. It is recommended to periodically back up all important data and programs to protect them from being lost accidentally. Anritsu will not be held responsible for lost data. To reduce the possibility of data loss, particular attention should be given to the following points. • The equipment should only be used within the recommend temperature range, and should not be used in locations where the temperature may fluctuate suddenly. • Always follow the guidelines to ensure that the equipment is set up in the specified manner. • Always ensure that the fans at the rear and side of the equipment are not blocked or obstructed in any way. • Exercise care not to bang or shake the equipment whilst the power is on. • Never disconnect the mains power at the plug or cut the power at the breaker with the equipment turned on. Notes on Handling Please use the carrying case or the original packing materials when you (When Rubidium transport it. Reference Oscillator Option is Installed) Because Rubidium Reference Oscillator frequency changes by the magnet, please do not set the one to have the magnetism (more than 0.5 Gauss) such as magnets near it. Use in a Residential This equipment is designed for an industrial environment. Environment In a residential environment, this equipment may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Use in Corrosive Exposure to corrosive gases such as hydrogen sulfide, sulfurous acid, Atmospheres and hydrogen chloride will cause faults and failures. Note that some organic solvents release corrosive gases. Equipment Certificate Anritsu Corporation certifies that this equipment was tested before shipment using calibrated measuring instruments with direct traceability to public testing organizations recognized by national research laboratories, including the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, and the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, and was found to meet the published specifications. Anritsu Warranty Anritsu Corporation will repair this equipment free-of-charge if a malfunction occurs within one year after shipment due to a manufacturing fault. However, software fixes will be made in accordance with the separate Software End-User License Agreement. Moreover, Anritsu Corporation will deem this warranty void when: • The fault is outside the scope of the warranty conditions separately described in the operation manual. • The fault is due to mishandling, misuse, or unauthorized modification or repair of the equipment by the customer. • The fault is due to severe usage clearly exceeding normal usage. • The fault is due to improper or insufficient maintenance by the customer. • The fault is due to natural disaster, including fire, wind, flooding, earthquake, lightning strike, or volcanic ash, etc. • The fault is due to damage caused by acts of destruction, including civil disturbance, riot, or war, etc. • The fault is due to explosion, accident, or breakdown of any other machinery, facility, or plant, etc. .• The fault is due to use of non-specified peripheral or applied equipment or parts, or consumables, etc. • The fault is due to use of a non-specified power supply or in a non-specified installation location. • The fault is due to use in unusual environments(Note). • The fault is due to activities or ingress of living organisms, such as insects, spiders, fungus, pollen, or seeds. In addition, this warranty is valid only for the original equipment purchaser. It is not transferable if the equipment is resold. Anritsu Corporation shall assume no liability for injury or financial loss of the customer due to the use of or a failure to be able to use this equipment. ix x Note: For the purpose of this Warranty, "unusual environments" means use: • In places of direct sunlight • In dusty places • Outdoors • In liquids, such as water, oil, or organic solvents, and medical fluids, or places where these liquids may adhere • In salty air or in place chemically active gases (sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, chlorine, ammonia, nitrogen oxide, or hydrogen chloride etc.) are present • In places where high-intensity static electric charges or electromagnetic fields are present • In places where abnormal power voltages (high or low) or instantaneous power failures occur • In places where condensation occurs • In the presence of lubricating oil mists • In places at an altitude of more than 2,000 m • In the presence of frequent vibration or mechanical shock, such as in cars, ships, or airplanes Anritsu Corporation Contact In the event of this equipment malfunctions, contact an Anritsu Service and Sales office. Contact information can be found on the last page of the printed version of this manual, and is available in a separate file on the PDF version. Software End-User License Agreement (EULA) Please read this Software End-User License Agreement (hereafter this EULA) carefully before using (includes executing, copying, registering, etc.) this software (includes programs, databases, scenarios, etc., used to operate, set, etc., Anritsu electronic equipment). By reading this EULA and using this software, you are agreeing to be bound by the terms of its contents and Anritsu Corporation (hereafter Anritsu) hereby grants you the right to use this Software with the Anritsu-specified equipment (hereafter Equipment) for the purposes set out in this EULA.

1. Grant of License and Limitations 1. Regardless of whether this Software was purchased from or provided free-of-charge by Anritsu, you agree not to rent, lease, lend, or otherwise distribute this Software to third parties and further agree not to disassemble, recompile, reverse engineer, modify, or create derivative works of this Software. 2. You may make one copy of this Software for backup purposes only. 3. You are not permitted to reverse engineer this software. 4. This EULA allows you to install one copy of this Software on one piece of Equipment. 2. Disclaimers To the extent not prohibited by law, in no event shall Anritsu be liable for personal injury, or any incidental, special, indirect or consequential damages whatsoever, including, without limitation, damages for loss of profits, loss of data, business interruption or any other commercial damages or losses, arising out of or related to your use or inability to use this Software. 3. Limitation of Liability a. If a fault (bug) is discovered in this Software, preventing operation as described in the operation manual or specifications whether or not the customer uses this software as described in the manual, Anritsu shall at its own discretion, fix the bug, or exchange the software, or suggest a workaround, free-of-charge. However, notwithstanding the above, the following items shall be excluded from repair and warranty. i) If this Software is deemed to be used for purposes not described in the operation manual or specifications. ii) If this Software is used in conjunction with other non-Anritsu-approved software. iii) Recovery of lost or damaged data. iv) If this Software or the Equipment has been modified, repaired, or otherwise altered without Anritsu's prior approval. v) For any other reasons out of Anritsu's direct control and responsibility, such as but not limited to, natural disasters, software virus infections, etc. b. Expenses incurred for transport, hotel, daily allowance, etc., for on-site repairs by Anritsu engineers necessitated by the above faults shall be borne by you. c. The warranty period for faults listed in article 3a above covered by this EULA shall be either 6 months from the date of purchase of this Software or 30 days after the date of repair, whichever is longer.

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4. Export Restrictions You may not use or otherwise export or re-export directly or indirectly this Software except as authorized by Japanese and United States law. In particular, this software may not be exported or re-exported (a) into any Japanese or US embargoed countries or (b) to anyone on the Japanese or US Treasury Department's list of Specially Designated Nationals or the US Department of Commerce Denied Persons List or Entity List. By using this Software, you warrant that you are not located in any such country or on any such list. You also agree that you will not use this Software for any purposes prohibited by Japanese and US law, including, without limitation, the development, design and manufacture or production of missiles or nuclear, chemical or biological weapons of mass destruction. xii 5. Termination Anritsu shall deem this EULA terminated if you violate any conditions described herein. This EULA shall also be terminated if the conditions herein cannot be continued for any good reason, such as violation of copyrights, patents, or other laws and ordinances. 6. Reparations If Anritsu suffers any loss, financial or otherwise, due to your violation of the terms of this EULA, Anritsu shall have the right to seek proportional damages from you. 7. Responsibility after Termination Upon termination of this EULA in accordance with item 5, you shall cease all use of this Software immediately and shall as directed by Anritsu either destroy or return this Software and any backup copies, full or partial, to Anritsu. 8. Dispute Resolution If matters of dispute or items not covered by this EULA arise, they shall be resolved by negotiations in good faith between you and Anritsu. 9. Court of Jurisdiction

This EULA shall be interpreted in accordance with Japanese law and any disputes that cannot be resolved by negotiation described in Article 8 shall be settled by the Japanese courts. Using VISA Driver for Remote Control of This Equipment When controlling this measuring equipment remotely using the Ethernet port, a VISA*1 driver must be installed in the PC controller. We recommend using NI-VISATM*2 from National InstrumentsTM (NI hereafter) as the VISA driver. Although a license is generally required to use NI-VISATM, the licensed NI-VISATM driver is provided free-of-charge for use when performing remote control (Note) of this measuring equipment. The NI-VISATM driver can be downloaded from the NI website at: sine.ni.com/psp/app/doc/p/id/psp-411 Be sure to comply with the NI license agreement for the usage and license scope. Be sure to uninstall the NI-VISATM driver when disposing of this measuring equipment or transferring it to a third party, etc., when ceasing to use NI-VISATM, or upon completion of the contract term when using this equipment on a rental contract. (Notes) Although the NI-VISATM driver itself can be downloaded free-of-charge from the web, an implementation license is required for legal reasons when some requirements are not met. (Check the NI web page for the detailed requirements.) If these requirements are not met, permission is not granted to use NI hardware and software and an NI implementation license must be purchased. However, since this measuring equipment incorporates NI hardware (GPIB ASIC), the NI-VISATM driver can be downloaded and used free-of-charge. Glossary of Terms: *1: VISA: Virtual Instrument Software Architecture I/O software specification for remote control of measuring instruments using interfaces such as GPIB, Ethernet, USB, etc. *2: NI-VISATM World de facto standard I/O software interface developed by NI and standardized by the VXI Plug&Play Alliance. Trademarks: - National InstrumentsTM, NITM, NI-VISATM and National Instruments Corporation are all trademarks of National Instruments Corporation. xiii xiv Notes On Export Management This product and its manuals may require an Export License/Approval by the Government of the product's country of origin for re-export from your country. Before re-exporting the product or manuals, please contact us to confirm whether they are export-controlled items or not. When you dispose of export-controlled items, the products/manuals need to be broken/shredded so as not to be unlawfully used for military purpose. Trademark and Registered Trademark IQproducerTM is a registered trademark of Anritsu Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Lifetime of Parts The life span of certain parts used in this instrument is determined by the operating time or the power-on time. Due consideration should be given to the life spans of these parts when performing continuous operation over an extended period. These parts must be replaced at the customer's expense even if within the guaranteed period described in Warranty at the beginning of this manual. For details on life span, refer to the corresponding section in this manual. Example: Display backlight, internal hard disk, removable hard disk, connector for hard disk, cooling fan Cautions against computer virus infection • Copying files and data Only files that have been provided directly from Anritsu or generated using Anritsu equipment should be copied to the instrument. All other required files should be transferred by means of USB or CompactFlash media after undergoing a thorough virus check. • Adding software Do not download or install software that has not been specifically recommended or licensed by Anritsu. • Network connections Ensure that the network has sufficient anti-virus security protection in place. ● Protection against malware (intentionally harmful software) and virus. This equipment runs on Windows Operating System. To connect This equipment to network, the following is advised. • Activate Firewall. • Install important updates of Windows. • Use antivirus software. xv xvi Crossed-out Wheeled Bin Symbol Equipment marked with the Crossed-out Wheeled Bin Symbol complies with council directive 2012/19/EU (the “WEEE Directive”) in European Union. For Products placed on the EU market after August 13, 2005, please contact your local Anritsu representative at the end of the product's useful life to arrange disposal in accordance with your initial contract and the local law. CE Conformity Marking Anritsu affixes the CE conformity marking on the following product(s) in accordance with the Decision 768/2008/EC to indicate that they conform to the EMC, LVD, and RoHS directive of the European Union (EU). CE marking 1. Product Model Model: MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer 2. Applied Directive EMC: Directive 2014/30/EU LVD: Directive 2014/35/EU RoHS: Directive 2011/65/EU 3. Applied Standards • EMC: Emission: EN 61326-1: 2013 (Class A) Immunity: EN 61326-1: 2013 (Table 2) Performance Criteria* IEC 61000-4-2 (ESD) B IEC 61000-4-3 (EMF) A IEC 61000-4-4 (Burst) B IEC 61000-4-5 (Surge) B IEC 61000-4-6 (CRF) A IEC 61000-4-8 (RPFMF) A IEC 61000-4-11 (V dip/short) B, C *: Performance Criteria A: The equipment shall continue to operate as intended during and after the test. No degradation of performance or loss of function is allowed below a performance level specified by the manufacturer, when the equipment is used as intended. The performance level may be replaced by a permissible loss of performance. If the minimum performance level or the permissible performance loss is not specified by the manufacturer, either of these may be derived from the product description and documentation and what the user may reasonably expect from the equipment if used xvii xviii as intended. B: The equipment shall continue to operate as intended after the test. No degradation of performance or loss of function is allowed below a performance level specified by the manufacturer, when the equipment is used as intended. The performance level may be replaced by a permissible loss of performance. During the test, degradation of performance is however allowed. No change of actual operating state or stored data is allowed. If the minimum performance level or the permissible performance loss is not specified by the manufacturer, either of these may be derived from the product description and documentation and what the user may reasonably expect from the equipment if used as intended. C: Temporary loss of function is allowed, provided the function is self-recoverable or can be restored by the operation of the controls. Harmonic current emissions: EN 61000-3-2: 2014 (Class A equipment) • LVD: EN 61010-1: 2010 (Pollution Degree 2) • RoHS: EN 50581: 2012 (Category 9) 4. Authorized representative Name: Murray Coleman Head of Customer Service EMEA ANRITSU EMEA Ltd. Address, city: 200 Capability Green, Luton Bedfordshire, LU1 3LU Country: United Kingdom If the third digit of the serial number is “6”, the product complies with RoHS. Serial number example RCM Conformity Marking Anritsu affixes the RCM mark on the following product(s) in accordance with the regulation to indicate that they conform to the EMC framework of Australia/New Zealand. RCM marking 1. Product Model Model: MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer 2. Applied Standards EMC: Emission: EN 61326-1: 2013 (Class A equipment) xix xx Anritsu Eco Label The label shown on the left is attached to Anritsu products meeting our environmental standards. Details about this label and the environmental standards are available on the Anritsu website at anritsu.com/ About This Manual ∎ Associated Documents The operation manual configuration of the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer is shown below. MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Main Frame Operation) Or MS2830A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Main Frame Operation) MS2840A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Main Frame Operation) MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Main Frame Operation) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Main Frame Remote Control) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Signal Analyzer Function Operation) Or Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Signal Analyzer Function Operation) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Signal Analyzer Function Remote Control) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Spectrum Analyzer Operation Manual (Spectrum Analyzer Function Operation) Or Spectrum Analyzer Operation Manual (Spectrum Analyzer Function Operation) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Spectrum Analyzer Function Remote Control) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Phase Noise Measurement Function Operation) MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Phase Noise Measurement Function Remote Control) I II • Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Mainframe) <This document> • Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Mainframe Remote Control) Description of basic operations, maintenance procedures, common functions and common remote functions of the mainframe • Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Signal Analyzer Function) • Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Signal Analyzer Function Remote Control) Description of basic operations, functions and remote functions of the signal analyzer • Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Spectrum Analyzer Function) • Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Spectrum Analyzer Function Remote Control) Description of basic operations, functions and remote functions of the spectrum analyzer • Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Phase Noise Measurement Function Operation) • Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Phase Noise Measurement Function Remote Control) Description of basic operations, functions and remote functions of the phase noise measurement function.

In this document, indicates a panel key. Table of Contents For Safety .................................................... iii About This Manual........................................ I Chapter 1 Overview .................................... 1-1 1.1 Product Overview ...................................................... 1-2 1.2 Product Configuration ................................................ 1-3 1.3 Specifications ............................................................. 1-13 Chapter 2 Before Use ................................. 2-1 2.1 On Transportation ...................................................... 2-2 2.2 Installation Location ................................................... 2-3 2.3 Items to Check Before Use ........................................ 2-6 2.4 Power Connection ..................................................... 2-10 Chapter 3 Common Operations ................ 3-1 3.1 Part Names ................................................................ 3-2 3.2 Turning Power On/Off ................................................ 3-10 3.3 Auto Calibration ......................................................... 3-12 3.4 Settings on Configuration Screen .............................. 3-17 3.5 Loading, Unloading, and Switching Applications ....... 3-36 3.6 Save and Recall Functions ........................................ 3-44 3.7 Initializing ................................................................... 3-53 3.8 Installing and Uninstalling .......................................... 3-55 Chapter 4 Tutorial ...................................... 4-1 4.1 Spectrum Analysis Using Signal Analyzer ................. 4-2 4.2 Spectrum Analysis Using Spectrum Analyzer ........... 4-7 1 III 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

IV Chapter 5 System ....................................... 5-1 5.1 Setting Windows ........................................................ 5-2 5.2 Storage Device Configuration .................................... 5-9 5.3 System Recovery Functions ...................................... 5-10 5.4 Windows Security Measures ..................................... 5-15 Chapter 6 Performance Test ..................... 6-1 6.1 Overview of Performance Test .................................. 6-2 6.2 Performance Test Items ............................................ 6-5 Chapter 7 Power Meter .............................. 7-1 7.1 Power Meter ............................................................... 7-2 7.2 Display Description .................................................... 7-3 7.3 Function Menu ........................................................... 7-5 7.4 Initialization ................................................................ 7-15 7.5 Installing the Driver Software ..................................... 7-16 Chapter 8 Maintenance .............................. 8-1 8.1 Daily Maintenance and Storage ................................. 8-2 8.2 Repackaging and transporting when returning product ....................................................................... 8-5 8.3 Calibration .................................................................. 8-7

Appendix A Performance Test Result Form ........................................ A-1 Appendix B Panel Keys and Keyboard Operations ............................... B-1 Appendix C Virus Check Procedure (WES 2009) .............................. C-1 Appendix D Virus Check Procedure (WES 7) .................................... D-1 Appendix E Initial Value List ...................... E-1 Index .......................................................... Index-1 1 V 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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Chapter 1 Overview This chapter provides an overview of the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer and product configuration. 1.1 Product Overview ......................................................... 1-2 1.2 Product Configuration ................................................... 1-3 1.2.1 Standard configuration ..................................... 1-3 1.2.2 Required setup services ................................... 1-4 1.2.3 Options ............................................................. 1-4 1.2.4 Applicable parts .............................................. 1-10 1.3 Specifications .............................................................. 1-13 1.3.1 Mainframe (MS2690A/MS2691A) .................. 1-13 1.3.2 Mainframe (MS2692A) ................................... 1-28 1.3.3 Pre-amp option (MS269xA-008/108) .............. 1-43 1.3.4 Wideband Analysis Hardware Options (MS269xA-004/104) ....................................... 1-46 1.3.5 Baseband Interface Unit option (MS269xA-040/140) ....................................... 1-48 1.3.6 HDD Digitizing Interface Option (MS269xA-050/150) ....................................... 1-48 1.3.7 Microwave Preselector Bypass Option (MS2692A-067/167) ....................................... 1-49 1.3.8 Analysis Bandwidth Extension (MS269xA-077/177) ....................................... 1-50 1.3.9 Analysis Bandwidth Extension (MS269xA-078/178) ....................................... 1-54 1-1 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-2 1.1 Product Overview The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer (hereinafter, referred to as “MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A”) enables high-speed, high-accuracy, and simple measurements of transmission characteristics of radio devices for various mobile communications types. The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A enables high-speed and high-accuracy signal processing of wide-ranging analyses at full-span, a characteristic of conventional sweep-type spectrum analyzers, using a digital IF block. In addition, the FFT process (high-speed Fourier conversion) realizes high-speed spectrum analysis and simultaneous analysis on frequency and time axes not possible with conventional sweep-type spectrum analyzers. It also records RF input signals as digital data (digitize function). It can be used in a variety of applications from research and development to manufacturing thanks to its characteristics. The following are characteristics of the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A. • Wide frequency band (6 GHz/13.5 GHz/26.5 GHz) • Wide analysis bandwidth (31.25 MHz; however, 62.5/125 MHz when the option is installed) • High dynamic range (180 dB) • Enables full-span sweep • High-speed, high-accuracy signal analysis using digital IF • Enables time-continuous analysis of loaded data • Loaded with large capacity waveform memory • Enables high-speed spectrum analysis • Rich measurement functions The MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A is equipped with the hardware product made by National Instruments and comes with the license for NI-VISA. NI-VISA can be used for the purpose of controlling the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A.

1.2 Product Configuration 1-3 1.2 Product Configuration 1.2.1 Standard configuration 1 Tables 1.2.1-1 through 1.2.1-3 list the respective standard configurations of the MS2690A, MS2691A and MS2692A. First, after opening the packaging, check that all listed products are included. Contact an Anritsu Service and Sales office about missing or damaged parts. Table 1.2.1-1 Standard configuration (MS2690A) Item Model Number Product Name Q’ty Remarks Unit MS2690A Signal Analyzer 1 - Accessories Power cord 1 - P0031A USB memory 1 256 MB or more Z0541A USB mouse 1 - Installation CD-ROM MX269000A Standard Software 1 Installed – Operation Manual 1 set Table 1.2.1-2 Standard configuration (MS2691A) Item Model Number Product Name Q’ty Remarks Unit MS2691A Signal Analyzer 1 - Accessories Power cord 1 - P0031A USB memory 1 256 MB or more Z0541A USB mouse 1 - Installation CD-ROM MX269000A Standard Software 1 Installed – Operation Manual 1 set Table 1.2.1-3 Standard configuration (MS2692A) Item Model Number Product Name Q’ty Remarks Unit MS2692A Signal Analyzer 1 - Accessories Power cord 1 - P0031A USB memory 1 256 MB or more Z0541A USB mouse 1 - Installation CD-ROM MX269000A Standard Software 1 Installed – Operation Manual 1 set

Chapter 1 Overview 1.2.2 Required setup services Table 1.2.2-1 lists the required setup services for the MS2690A/MS2691A/ MS2692A. Table 1.2.2-1 Required options (MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A) Model Number Product Name Remarks Z0979A Optional setup service* - *: The following contents are contained in the optional setup service. • Initial setting and activation of Windows XP Professional • Software installation 1.2.3 Options Tables 1.2.3-1 through 1.2.3-4 list the options for the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A. These options are sold separately. Note: There is a risk of losing the data when adding additional option(s), so back up the data stored on the hard disk, in advance. Anritsu is not responsible for any loss of data. Table 1.2.3-1 Additional Options at/after shipment (MS2690A) Option Number Product Name Remarks MS2690A-001 Rubidium Reference Oscillator Aging rate ±1 ×10–10/month MS2690A-101 Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit MS2690A-004 Wideband Analysis Hardware Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz MS2690A-104 Wideband Analysis Hardware Retrofit MS2690A-008 6 GHz Preamplifier 100 kHz to 6 GHz MS2690A-108 6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit MS2690A-010 Phase Noise Measurement Function MS2690A-110 Phase Noise Measurement Function Retrofit MS2690A-017 Noise Figure Measurement Function MS2690A-117 Noise Figure Measurement Function Retrofit MS2690A-020 Vector Signal Generator 125 MHz to 6 GHz MS2690A-120 Vector Signal Generator Retrofit MS2690A-050 HDD Digitizing Interface Supports External HDD MS2690A-150 HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit with MX269050A Extended Digitizing Software MS2690A-077 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5MHz 1-4 Extends Analysis Bandwidth to 62.5 MHz MS2690A-177 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5MHz Retrofit

1.2 Product Configuration Table 1.2.3-1 Additional Options at/after shipment (MS2690A) (Cont’d) Option Number Product Name Remarks MS2690A-078 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125MHz 1-5 Extends Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz MS2690A-178 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125MHz Retrofit MS2690A-180 CPU/Windows7 Upgrade Retrofit Upgrades the CPU and operating system to Windows 7. Table 1.2.3-2 Additional Options at/after shipment (MS2691A) Option Number Product Name Remarks MS2691A-001 Rubidium Reference Oscillator Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month MS2691A-101 Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit MS2691A-003 Extension 3 GHz of Preselector Lower Limit to Preselector lower limit, 3 GHz MS2691A-103 Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz Retrofit MS2691A-004 Wideband Analysis Hardware Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz MS2691A-104 Wideband Analysis Hardware Retrofit MS2691A-008 6 GHz Preamplifier 100 kHz to 6 GHz MS2691A-108 6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit MS2691A-010 Phase Noise Measurement Function MS2691A-110 Phase Noise Measurement Function Retrofit MS2691A-017 Noise Figure Measurement Function MS2691A-117 Noise Figure Measurement Function Retrofit MS2691A-020 Vector Signal Generator 125 MHz to 6 GHz MS2691A-120 Vector Signal Generator Retrofit MS2691A-050 HDD Digitizing Interface Supports External HDD MS2691A-150 HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit with MX269050A Extended Digitizing Software MS2691A-077 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5MHz Extends Analysis Bandwidth to 62.5 MHz MS2691A-177 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5MHz Retrofit MS2691A-078 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125MHz Extends Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz MS2691A-178 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125MHz Retrofit MS2691A-180 CPU/Windows7 Upgrade Retrofit Upgrades the CPU and operating system to Windows 7. 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-6 Table 1.2.3-3 Additional Options at/after shipment (MS2692A) Option Number Product Name Remarks MS2692A-001 Rubidium Reference Oscillator Aging rate ±1 × 10–10/month MS2692A-101 Rubidium Reference Oscillator Retrofit MS2692A-003 Extension 3 GHz of Preselector Lower Limit to Preselector lower limit, 3 GHz MS2692A-103 Extension of Preselector Lower Limit to 3 GHz Retrofit MS2692A-004 Wideband Analysis Hardware Extends the Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz MS2692A-104 Wideband Analysis Hardware Retrofit MS2692A-008 6 GHz Preamplifier 100 kHz to 6 GHz MS2692A-108 6 GHz Preamplifier Retrofit MS2692A-010 Phase Noise Measurement Function MS2692A-110 Phase Noise Measurement Function Retrofit MS2692A-017 Noise Figure Measurement Function MS2692A-117 Noise Figure Measurement Function Retrofit MS2692A-020 Vector Signal Generator 125 MHz to 6 GHz MS2692A-120 Vector Signal Generator Retrofit MS2692A-050 HDD Digitizing Interface Supports External HDD MS2692A-150 HDD Digitizing Interface Retrofit with MX269050A Extended Digitizing Software MS2692A-067 Microwave Preselector Bypass Enables the preselector bypass. MS2692A-167 Microwave Preselector Bypass Retrofit MS2692A-077 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5MHz Extends Analysis Bandwidth to 62.5 MHz MS2692A-177 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 62.5MHz Retrofit MS2692A-078 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125MHz Extends Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz MS2692A-178 Analysis Bandwidth Extension to 125MHz Retrofit MS2692A-180 CPU/Windows7 Upgrade Retrofit Upgrades the CPU and operating system to Windows 7. 1.2 Product Configuration Table 1.2.3-4 Optional warranty extension (MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A) Option Number Product Name Remarks MS2690A-ES210 2-year warranty service - MS2690A-ES310 3-year warranty service - MS2690A-ES510 5-year warranty service - MS2691A-ES210 2-year warranty service - MS2691A-ES310 3-year warranty service - MS2691A-ES510 5-year warranty service - MS2692A-ES210 2-year warranty service - MS2692A-ES310 3-year warranty service - MS2692A-ES510 5-year warranty service - 1-7 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-8 Tables 1.2.3-5 and 1.2.3-6 list the Application software for the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A. For the latest information on the application software, either visit the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A page on Anritsu website or contact an Anritsu Service and Sales office. Application software is sold separately. Anritsu website: anritsu.com/ Table 1.2.3-5 Application software Option Number Product Name Remarks MX269010A Mobile WiMAX Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269011A W-CDMA/HSPA Downlink Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269012A W-CDMA/HSPA Uplink Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269013A GSM/EDGE Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269014A ETC/DSRC Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269015A TD-SCDMA Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269016A XG-PHS Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269017A Vector Modulation Analysis Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269020A LTE Downlink Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269021A LTE Uplink Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269022A LTE TDD Downlink Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269023A LTE TDD Uplink Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269024A CDMA2000 Forward Link Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269026A EV-DO Forward Link Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269028A WLAN(802.11)Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual

1.2 Product Configuration Table 1.2.3-5 Application software (Cont’d) Option Number Product Name Remarks MX269030A W-CDMA BS Measurement Software 1-9 CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269036A Measurement Software for MediaFLO CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269037A ISDB-Tmm Analysis Software CD-ROM and operation containing manual license MX269050A Extended Digitizing Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269074A Power Amplifier Measurement Software CD-ROM containing license and operation manual Table 1.2.3-6 Application software (IQproducerTM) Option Number Product Name Remarks MX269901A HSDPA/HSUPA IQproducerTM CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269902A TDMA IQproducerTM CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269904A Multi-carrier IQproducerTM CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269905A Mobile WiMAX IQproducerTM CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269908A LTE IQproducerTM CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269909A XG-PHS IQproducerTM CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269910A LTE TDD IQproducerTM CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269911A WLAN IQproducerTM CD-ROM containing license and operation manual MX269912A TD-SCDMA IQproducerTM CD-ROM containing license and operation manual 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1.2.4 Applicable parts Table 1.2.4-1 lists the applicable parts for the MS2690A/MS2691A/ MS2692A. These parts are sold separately. Table 1.2.4-1 Applicable parts Model Number Product Name Remarks W2850AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Operation Manual (Mainframe 1-10 Signal Operation) Analyzer Printed version W2851AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Mainframe Remote Control) Printed version W2852AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Signal Analyzer Function Operation) Printed version W2853AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Signal Analyzer Function Remote Control) Printed version W2854AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Spectrum Analyzer Function Operation) Printed version W2855AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Spectrum Analyzer Function Remote Control) Printed version W3117AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Phase Noise Measurement Function Operation) Printed version W3118AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A/MS2850A Signal Analyzer Operation Manual (Phase Noise Measurement Function Remote Control) Printed version W2856AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Option 020 Vector Signal Generator Operation Manual (Operation) Printed version W2857AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A Option 020 Vector Signal Generator Operation Manual (Remote Control) Printed version W2914AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A Signal Analyzer Vector Signal Generator Operation Manual (IQproducerTM) Printed version W2929AE MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and MS2830A/MS2840A Signal Analyzer Vector Signal Generator Operation Manual (Standard Waveform Pattern) Printed version

1.2 Product Configuration Table 1.2.4-1 Applicable parts (Cont’d) Model Number Product Name Remarks K240B Power divider (K connector) DC to 26.5 GHz, 50 Ω K-J, 1 Wmax MA1612A FOUR-PORT Junction PAD 5 MHz to 3 GHz, N-J MP752A TERMINATION DC to 12.4 GHz, 50 Ω N-P MA24106A USB Power Sensor 1-11 50 MHz to 6 GHz, USB/Mini B with cable (Refer to Chapter 7) MA2512A Band pass filter W-CDMA compatible, Pass band: 1.92 to 2.17 GHz J0576B Coaxial cord Approx. 1 m length (N-P, 5D-2W, N-P) J0576D Coaxial cord Approx. 2 m length (N-P, 5D-2W, N-P) J0127A Coaxial cord Approx. 1 m length (BNC-P, RG58A/U, BNC-P) J0127B Coaxial cord Approx. 2 m length (BNC-P, RG58A/U, BNC-P) J0127C Coaxial cord Approx. 0.5 m length (BNC-P, RG58A/U, BNC-P) J0322A Coaxial cord DC to 18 GHz, approx. 0.5 m length (SMA-P, 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104, SMA-P) J0322B Coaxial cord DC to 18 GHz, approx. 1 m length (SMA-P, 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104, SMA-P) J0322C Coaxial cord DC to 18 GHz, approx. 1.5 m length (SMA-P, 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104, SMA-P) J0322D Coaxial cord DC to 18 GHz, approx. 2 m length (SMA-P, 50 Ω SUCOFLEX104, SMA-P) J1398A N-SMA ADAPTOR DC to 26.5 GHz, 50 Ω N-P, SMA-J J0911 Coaxial cord, 1.0 M (for 40 GHz) DC to 40 GHz, approx 1 m length (SF102A, 11K254/11K254/1.0M) J0912 Coaxial cord, 0.5 M (for 40 GHz) DC to 40 GHz, approx 0.5 m length (SF102A, 11K254/11K254/0.5M) 41KC-3 Fixed Attenuator, 3 dB DC to 40 GHz, 3 dB 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-12 Table 1.2.4-1 Applicable parts (Cont’d) Model Number Product Name Remarks J1261A Ethernet cable (shield type) Straight cable, approx. 1 m length J1261B Ethernet cable (shield type) Straight cable, approx. 3 m length J1261C Ethernet cable (shield type) Cross cable, approx. 1 m length J1261D Ethernet cable (shield type) Cross cable, approx 3 m length J0008 GPIB cable, 2.0 m Approx. 2 m length J1373A AUX conversion adapter AUX → BNC For vector signal generator option B0597A Rack mount kit B0589A Carrying case Protective cover, casters B0633A Carrying case (Soft Type) Z0975A Keyboard (USB)

1.3 Specifications 1-13 1.3 Specifications 1.3.1 Mainframe (MS2690A/MS2691A) 1 Tables 1.3.1-1 through 1.3.1-4 show the specifications for the MS2690A/ MS2691A. The following specification values are those under the conditions after 30-min warm-up at stable ambient temperature. Also, note that the Typ. values are provided as reference data, and are not guaranteed specifications. The specifications of the Signal Analyzer function are values at the center frequency if not specified. Setting Frequency Band Mode to Spurious can be performed when installing the MS2691A-003/103. Table 1.3.1-1 Specifications for mainframe Item Specification Frequency Frequency range 50 Hz to 6 GHz (MS2690A) 50 Hz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A) Frequency band Configuration Band Mixer harmonic order[N] 50 Hz to 6.0 GHz 0 1 3 to 6.0 GHz 1 - L 1 when MS2691A-003/103 is mounted (MS2691A) 5.9 to 8.0 GHz 1- 1 (MS2691A) 7.9 to 13.5 GHz 1+ 1 (MS2691A) Preselector range Frequency Band Mode: Normal 5.9 to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A) Frequency Band Mode: Spurious 3 to 13.5 GHz Frequency settings Settable range Resolution 0 Hz to 6 GHz (MS2690A) 0 Hz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A) 1 Hz

Chapter 1 Overview 1-14 Table 1.3.1-1 Specifications for mainframe (Cont’d) Item Specification Internal reference oscillator Activation characteristics Aging rate Temperature characteristics Activation characteristics Aging rate Temperature characteristics Based on frequency 24 hours after power application, at 23°C ±5 × 10–7 (2 minutes after power application) ±5 × 10–8 (5 minutes after power application) ±1 × 10–7/year ±2 × 10–8 (5 to 45°C) When Option 001/101 Rubidium Reference Oscillator is installed Based on frequency 24 hours after power application, at 23°C ±1 × 10–9 (7 minutes after power application) ±1 × 10–10/month ±1 × 10–9 (5 to 45°C) Single side band noise At 18 to 28°C, 2 GHz (Frequency offset) 100 kHz 1 MHz -116 dBc/Hz -137 dBc/Hz Amplitude Measurement range Displays average noise level up to +30 dBm Maximum input level Continuous wave average Power DC +30 dBm (Input attenuator ≥ 10 dB) 0 Vdc Input attenuator 0 to 60 dB, 2 dB steps Input attenuator switching error Based on input attenuator 10 dB Frequency Band Mode: Normal ≤ 6 GHz: ±0.2 dB (10 to 60 dB) > 6 GHz: ±0.75 dB (10 to 60 dB) (MS2691A) Frequency Band Mode: Spurious < 3 GHz: ±0.2 dB (10 to 60 dB) (MS2691A) ≥ 3 GHz: ±0.75 dB (10 to 60 dB) (MS2691A) Reference Level Setting range Log scale: -120 to +50 dBm or equivalent value (Signal Analyzer Mode) -130 to +50 dBm or equivalent value (Spectrum Analyzer Mode) Linear scale: 22.4 μV to 70.7 V or equivalent value (Signal Analyzer Mode) 70.7 nV to 70.7 V or equivalent value (Spectrum Analyzer Mode) Resolution: 0.01 dB or equivalent level Units Log scale: dBm, dBμV, dBmV, dBμV (emf), dBμV/m, V, W Linear scale: V Linearity error Excluding the noise floor effect ±0.07 dB (Mixer input level ≤ -20 dBm) ±0.10 dB (Mixer input level ≤ -10 dBm) Frequency Band Mode: Normal ±0.15 dB (Mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, frequency ≤ 6 GHz) ±0.50 dB (Mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, frequency > 6 GHz) Frequency Band Mode: Spurious ±0.15 dB (Mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, frequency < 3 GHz) ±0.50 dB (Mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, frequency ≥ 3 GHz)

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.1-1 Specifications for mainframe (Cont’d) Item Specification RF frequency characteristics 1-15 After CAL execution, input attenuator = 10 dB, at 18 to 28°C ±0.35 dB (9 kHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Normal) (9 kHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Spurious) After CAL execution, input attenuator = 10 dB, after preselector tuning, at 18 to 28°C (MS2691A) ±1.50 dB (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Normal) (3 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Spurious) 1-dB gain compression At mixer input level ≥ +3 dBm (100 MHz ≤ frequency < 400 MHz) ≥ +7 dBm (400 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Normal) (400 MHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Spurious) ≥ +3 dBm (MS2691A) (3 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Spurious) ≥ +3 dBm (MS2691A)(6 GHz < frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz) Spurious Response Second harmonic wave distortion At mixer input level = -30 dBm Harmonic wave [dBc] ≤ -60 ≤ -75 ≤ -75 ≤ -75 SHI [dBm] ≥ +30 (10 MHz ≤ Input frequency ≤ 400 MHz) ≥ +45 (0.4 GHz < Input frequency ≤ 0.8 GHz) ≥ +45 (0.8 GHz < Input frequency ≤ 1 GHz) ≥ +45 (1 GHz < Input frequency ≤ 3 GHz) At mixer input level = -10 dBm (MS2691A) Harmonic wave [dBc] ≤ -90 SHI [dBm] ≥ +80 (3 GHz <Input frequency, Frequency Band mode: Normal) ≤ -90 ≥ +80 (1.5 GHz ≤ Input frequency, Frequency Band mode: Spurious) Residual response Frequency ≥ 1 MHz, at input attenuator = 0 dB, 50 Ω (Excluding “bandwidth > 31.25 MHz” in Signal Analyzer.) ≤ -100 dBm 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-16 Table 1.3.1-1 Specifications for mainframe (Cont’d) Item Specification Connector RF input Connector Front panel, N-J, 50 Ω VSWR: Input attenuator ≥10 dB, 18 to 28°C ≤ 1.2 (Nominal value) (40 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 3 GHz) ≤ 1.5 (Nominal value) (3 GHz < frequency ≤ 6 GHz) ≤ 2.0 (Nominal value) (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz) (MS2691A) IF Output Connector Frequency Gain IF bandwidth Rear panel, BNC-J, 50 Ω (nominal value) 875 MHz (when not installing the Signal Analyzer and MS269xA-004/104/077/177/078/178 or setting bandwidth ≤ 31.25 MHz) 900 MHz (when installing the Signal Analyzer and MS269xA-004/104/077/177/078/178 or setting bandwidth >31.25 ) 874.988 MHz (Spectrum Analyzer) At the reference RF input level, 1 GHz RF frequency , and 0 dB input attenuator (nominal value) 0 dB (nominal value) 120 MHz (nominal value) External reference input Connector Frequency Operating range Input level Rear panel, BNC-J, 50 Ω (nominal value) 10 MHz or 13 MHz ±1 ppm -15 dBm ≤ level ≤ +20 dBm, 50 Ω (AC coupling)

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.1-1 Specifications for mainframe (Cont’d) Item Specifications Reference signal output Connector Frequency Output level 1-17 Rear panel, BNC-J, 50 Ω (nominal value) 10 MHz ≥ 0 dBm (AC coupling) Sweep status output Connector Output level Rear panel, BNC-J TTL level (high level at sweep or waveform acquisition) Trigger input Connector Input level Rear panel, BNC-J TTL level External controls Control from external controller (except power) Ethernet (10/100/1000Base-T) Connector Rear panel, RJ-45 GPIB Connector Interface function IEEE488.2 compatible Rear panel, IEEE488 bus connector SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT0, C0, E2 USB (B) Connector USB2.0 compatible Rear panel, USB-B connector USB Connector Used to connect the USB power sensor or to connect a USB memory stick for saving and reading the files (parameters, waveforms, screen copies, etc.). USB 2.0 compatible USB-A connector (2 ports on front panel, 2 ports on rear panel) Monitor output Connector Rear panel, VGA compatibility, mini D-SUB 15 pin Aux Connector Used for trigger input/output from/to Option 020/120, etc. Rear panel, 68 pins (DX10BM-68S equivalent part) Screen XGA color LCD (resolution: 1024 × 768) 8.4 inch (213 mm diagonal) 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-18 Table 1.3.1-1 Specifications for mainframe (Cont’d) Item Specification Overall Specifications Size, Weight Size Weight 340 mm (w) × 200 mm (h) × 350 mm (d) (excluding protrusions) ≤ 13.5 kg (excluding options) Power Voltage Frequency Power consumption Rated Voltage: AC 100 to 120 V or 200 to 240 V 50 Hz to 60 Hz ≤ 260 VA (excluding options) ≤ 440 VA (including all options, maximum value) Temperature Operating temperature Storage temperature 5 to 45°C -20 to 60°C Environment Performance Conducted disturbance EN 61326-1 (Class A) Electromagnetic radiated disturbance EN 61326-1 (Class A) Harmonic current emission EN 61000-3-2 (Class A equipment) Electrostatic discharge EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Electromagnetic field immunity EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Fast transient/burst EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Surge EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Conducted RF EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Power frequency magnetic field EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Voltage dips/short interruption EN 61326-1 (Table 2)

1.3 Specifications Also refer to Table 1.3.4-1 “Specifications for Wideband Analysis Hardware Options” when MS269xA-004/104 is installed. Table 1.3.1-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function Item Specification Common Trace mode Spectrum, Power vs Time, Frequency vs Time, CCDF, Spectrogram No Trace Bandwidth Range Specifies the capture analysis bandwidth from the center frequency 1 kHz to 25 MHz (1-2.5-5 sequence), 31.25 MHz Sampling rate Range Automatically set depending on analysis bandwidth 2 kHz to 50 MHz (1-2-5 sequence) Capture time Capture time length Setting mode 1-19 Sets the capture time length Minimum capture time length: 2 μs to 50 ms (determined depending on analysis bandwidth) Maximum capture time length: 2 to 2000 s (determined depending on analysis bandwidth) Auto, Manual Trigger Trigger mode Free Run (Trig Off), Video, Wide IF Video, External (TTL) SG Marker (when Option 020/120 is installed) BBIF (when Option 040/140 is installed) ADC resolution 16bits (when not installing the MS269xA-004/104/077/177/078/178 or setting bandwidth ≤ 31.25 MHz) Spectrum indicator function Function overview Displays spectrums within random time spans and frequency ranges in captured waveform data. Analysis time range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Setting mode Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data Sets analysis time length Auto, Manual Frequency Center frequency and SPAN can be set within the frequency range in waveform data Indicator frequency accuracy ±[Indicator frequency × reference frequency accuracy + SPAN frequency × reference frequency accuracy + RBW × 0.05 + 2 × N + SPAN frequency / (Trace point count – 1)] Hz N:Mixer harmonic order Resolution bandwidth (RBW) Setting range Selectivity 1 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 sequence) (-60 dB/-3 dB) 4.5:1, nominal value 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-20 Table 1.3.1-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification Absolute amplitude accuracy After CAL execution, 18 to 28°C, input attenuator ≥ 10 dB, mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, RBW = Auto, Time Detection = Average, Marker Result = Integration or Peak(Accuracy), center frequency CW, excluding the noise floor effect ±0.5 dB (50 Hz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (50 Hz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) After Preselector tuning (MS2691A) ±1.8 dB (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (3 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) The absolute amplitude accuracy is calculated from an RSS (root summed square) error of the RF frequency characteristics, linear error, and input attenuator switching error. In-band frequency characteristics On the basis of a level of the center frequency, in center frequency ±10 MHz, when MS269xA-004/104/077/177/078/178 is not installed or the bandwidth is ≤ 31.25 MHz: ±0.31 dB (30 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (30 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) Display average noise level Input attenuator 0 dB, at 18 to 28°C 100 kHz -132.5 [dBm/Hz] 1 MHz -142.5 [dBm/Hz] 30 MHz ≤ frequency < 2.4 GHz -152.5 [dBm/Hz] 2.4 GHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz -150.5 [dBm/Hz] Frequency Band Mode: Normal 3 GHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz -150.5 [dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ frequency < 5 GHz -149.5 [dBm/Hz] 5 GHz ≤ frequency < 6 GHz -149.5 [dBm/Hz] 6 GHz ≤ frequency < 10 GHz -148.5 [dBm/Hz] (MS2691A) 10 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz -147.5 [dBm/Hz] (MS2691A) Adjacent channel power (ACP) leakage Reference: Span Total, Carrier Total, Both Sides of Carriers, or Carrier Select Adjacent channel specification: 3 channels × 2 Channel power Absolute value measurement dBm, dBm/Hz Occupied bandwidth (OBW) N% of Power method, X dB Down method

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.1-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification Power vs Time Display Function Function overview Indicates time changes of power for captured waveform data Analysis time range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Setting mode 1-21 Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data Sets analysis time length Auto, Manual Resolution bandwidth Filter type Roll-off rate setting Filter frequency offset Rect, Gaussian, Nyquist, Root Nyquist, Off (default: Off) 0.01 to 1 (settable for Nyquist and Root Nyquist) Filter center frequency can be set within frequency band of waveform data Peak to Peak measurement Measured using AM Depth or marker function +Peak, -Peak, (P-P)/2, Average Burst average power Measures average power of burst signal Frequency vs. Time Display Function Function overview Displays frequency time fluctuations of input signal from captured waveform data Resolution time range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Setting mode Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data Sets analysis time length Auto, Manual Operating level range -17 to +30 dBm (input attenuator ≥ 10 dB) Frequency (vertical axis) Display frequency range Input frequency range Center frequency and SPAN can be set within frequency range in waveform data Selectable from 1/25, 1/10, 1/5 and 1/2 of analysis bandwidth 10 MHz to 6 GHz Indicator frequency accuracy At CW input Input level = -17 to +30 dBm, SPAN ≤ 31.25 MHz, scale = SPAN/25, ±(reference oscillator accuracy × center frequency + indicator frequency range × 0.01) Hz Peak to Peak measurement Measured using FM Deviation or marker function +Peak, -Peak, (P-P)/2, Average Phase vs Time Display Function Function overview Displays the phase time fluctuation of the input signal in the acquired waveform data. Analysis Time Range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Available Mode Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data. Sets analysis time span. Auto, Manual Phase (Vertical Axis) Display Mode Phase Display Range Offset Wrap, Unwrap Settable between 0.01 deg./div to 200G deg./div. –100M to 100 M deg. 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-22 Table 1.3.1-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification CCDF Display Function Function overview Displays CCDF and APD of waveform data captured at specific time Analysis time range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Setting mode Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data Sets analysis time length Auto, Manual Display Histogram resolution Numerical value indicator Graphically displays CCDF and APD 0.01 dB Average Power, Max Power, Crest Factor Resolution bandwidth Filter type Filter frequency offset Rectangle, Off (default: Off) Filter center frequency can be set within frequency band of waveform data Spectrogram Display Function Function overview Displays Spectrogram in arbitrary time length within the captured waveform data Analysis time range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Setting Mode Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data Sets analysis time length Auto, Manual Frequency Center frequency and SPAN can be set within frequency range in waveform data Resolution Bandwidth(RBW) Setting Range Selectivity 1 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 Sequence) (–60 dB/–3 dB ) 4.5:1, Nominal value Digitize Function Function overview Capable of outputting captured waveform data to internal hard disk or external device Waveform data Format Level Level accuracy: I, Q (each 32 bit Float Binary format) √(I2 + Q2) = 1 at 0 dBm input Same as absolute amplitude accuracy of signal analyzer External output Capable of outputting to external PC through Ethernet

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.1-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification Replay Function Function overview Analyzes traces of saved waveform data Waveform data format I, Q (Binary format) Conditions for measurable waveform data 1-23 Analyzable combinations of SPAN and sampling rate SPAN Sampling rate 1 kHz 2 kHz 2.5 kHz 5 kHz 5 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 20 kHz 25 kHz 50 kHz 50 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 200 kHz 250 kHz 500 kHz 500 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 2 MHz 2.5 MHz 5 MHz 5 MHz 10 MHz 10 MHz 20 MHz 18.6 MHz 20 MHz 20 MHz 25 MHz 25 MHz 50 MHz 31.25 MHz 50 MHz 50 MHz 100 MHz 62.5 MHz 100 MHz 100 MHz 200 MHz 125 MHz 200 MHz 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-24 Table 1.3.1-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification

Conditions for measurable waveform data Combinations of SPAN and minimum capture sample SPAN Minimum Capture Sample 1 kHz 74000 (37 s) 2.5 kHz 160000 (32 s) 5 kHz 310000 (31 s) 10 kHz 610000 (30.5 s) 25 kHz 730000 (14.6 s) 50 kHz 730000 (7.3 s) 100 kHz 730000 (3.65 s) 250 kHz 730000 (1.46 s) 500 kHz 730000 (730 ms) 1 MHz 730000 (365 ms) 2.5 MHz 730000 (146 ms) 5 MHz 730000 (73 ms) 10 MHz 730000 (36.5 ms) 18.6 MHz 730000 (36.5 ms) 20 MHz 730000 (29.2 ms) 25 MHz 730000 (14.6 ms) 31.25 MHz 730000 (14.6 ms) 50 MHz 730000 (7.3 ms) 62.5 MHz 730000 (7.3 ms) 100 MHz 730000 (3.65 ms) 125 MHz 730000 (3.65 ms)

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.1-3 Specifications for spectrum analyzer function Item Specification Frequency Span Range Resolution Span accuracy 1-25 0 Hz, 300 Hz to 6 GHz (MS2690A) 0 Hz, 300 Hz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A) 2 Hz ±0.2% Indicator frequency accuracy ± [Indicator frequency × reference frequency accuracy + SPAN frequency × SPAN accuracy + RBW × 0.05 + 2 × N + SPAN frequency/(Trace point count -1)] Hz N is Mixer harmonic order Resolution bandwidth (RBW) Setting range Selectivity 30 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence), 50 kHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 20 MHz, 31.25 MHz 31.25 MHz can be set only when SPAN is 0 Hz. (-60 dB/-3 dB) 4.5:1 (Nominal value, when setting at 30 Hz to 10 MHz) Video bandwidth (VBW) Setting range VBW mode 1 Hz to 10 MHz (1-3 sequence), 5 kHz, OFF Video Average/Power Average Amplitude Display average noise level Detector = Sample, VBW = 1 Hz (Video Average), Input Attenuator 0 dB, 18 to 28°C 100 kHz -135 [dBm/Hz] 1 MHz -145 [dBm/Hz] 30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.4 GHz -155 [dBm/Hz] 2.4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 3 GHz -153 [dBm/Hz] Frequency Band Mode: Normal 3 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4 GHz -153 [dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 5 GHz -152 [dBm/Hz] 5 GHz ≤ Frequency < 6 GHz -152 [dBm/Hz] 6 GHz ≤ Frequency < 10 GHz -151 [dBm/Hz] (MS2691A) 10 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz -150 [dBm/Hz] (MS2691A) Absolute amplitude accuracy After CAL execution, 18 to 28°C, input attenuator ≥ 10 dB, mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, Auto Sweep Time Select = Normal, RBW ≤ 1 MHz, Detection = Positive, CW, excluding the noise floor effect ±0.5 dB (50 Hz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (50 Hz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) After preselector tuning (MS2691A) ±1.8 dB (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (3 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) The absolute amplitude accuracy is calculated from an RSS (root summed square) error of the RF frequency characteristics, linear error, and input attenuator switching error. 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-26 Table 1.3.1-3 Specifications for spectrum analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification Spurious Response Two-tone third-order intermodulation distortion Mixer input level = -15 dBm (per wave), ≥ 300 kHz separation, 18 to 28°C ≤ -60 dBc (TOI = +15 dBm) (30 MHz ≤ frequency < 400 MHz) ≤ -66 dBc (TOI = +18 dBm) (400 MHz ≤ frequency < 700 MHz) ≤ -74 dBc (TOI = +22 dBm) (700 MHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (700 MHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) ≤ -66 dBc (TOI = +18 dBm) (4 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) ≤ -45 dBc (TOI = +7.5 dBm) (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (3 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) Image response ≤ -70 dBc Sweep Sweep mode Single, Continuous Sweep time Setting range 2 ms to 1000 s (SPAN ≥ 300 Hz) 1 μs to 1000 s (SPAN = 0 Hz) Detection mode Pos & Neg, Positive Peak, Sample, Negative Peak, RMS Data point count When SPAN > 500 MHz: 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 When 100 MHz < SPAN ≤ 500 MHz: 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 When 300 Hz ≤ SPAN ≤ 100 MHz and Sweep Time > 10 s: 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 When 300 Hz ≤ SPAN ≤ 100 MHz and Sweep Time ≤ 10s: 11, 21, 41, 51, 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 When Span = 0 Hz and Sweep Time > 10 s: 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 When Span = 0 Hz and Sweep Time ≤ 10 s: 11, 21, 41, 51, 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 Scale Log indicator (10 div/12 div) Lin indicator (10 div) 20 to 0.1 dB/div, 1-2-5 sequence 1 to 10%/div, 1-2-5 sequence Trigger function Trigger mode Free Run (Trig Off), Video, Wide IF, External (TTL) SG Marker (when Option 020/120 is installed) BBIF (when Option 040/140 is installed) Gate function Gate mode Off, Wide IF, External, SG Marker (when Option 020/120 is installed) BBIF (when Option 040/140 is installed)

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.1-3 Specifications for spectrum analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification Measurement function Adjacent channel leakage power (ACP) 1-27 Reference: Span Total, Carrier Total, Both Sides of Carriers, or Carrier Select Adjacent channel specification: 3 channels × 2 (Normal Mode) 8 channels × 2 (Advanced Mode) Burst average Indicates average power of specified time in the time domain mode Channel power Absolute value measurement dBm, dBm/Hz Occupied bandwidth(OBW) N% of Power method, X dB Down method Spectrum Emission Mask (SEM) Peak/Margin measurement: Pass/fail judgment is performed by Peak/Margin measurement. Spurious Emission Worst/Peaks measurement: Pass/fail judgment is performed by Worst/Peaks measurement. Two-tone third-order intermodulation distortion IM3, TOI measurement from two-tone signal. Frequency counter Center frequency =1 GHz, SPAN ≤ 1 MHz, RBW = 1 kHz, S/N ≥ 50 dB, Gate Time ≥ 100 ms ± (Marker frequency × Reference frequency Accuracy + (0.01/Gate Time[s])Hz) Table 1.3.1-4 Phase Noise Measurement Function Specification Item Specification Frequency Carrier Frequency Range Offset Frequency Range Marker Mode 10 MHz to 6 GHz (MS2690A) 10 MHz to 13.5 GHz (MS2691A) 10 Hz to 10 MHz Normal, Integral Noise, RMS Noise, Jitter, Residual FM, Off 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1.3.2 Mainframe (MS2692A) Tables 1.3.2-1 through 1.3.2-4 show the specifications for the MS2692A. The following specification values are those under the conditions after 30-min warm-up at stable ambient temperature. Also, note that the Typ. values are provided as reference data, and are not guaranteed specifications. The specifications of the Signal Analyzer function are values at the center frequency if not specified. Setting Frequency Band Mode to Spurious can be performed when installing the MS2691A-003/103. Table 1.3.2-1 Specifications for mainframe item Specification Frequency Frequency range 50 Hz to 26.5 GHz Frequency band configuration 1-28 Band Mixer harmonic order[N] 50 Hz to 6.0 GHz 0 1 3 to 6.0 GHz 1–L 1 When MS2692A-003/103 is installed 5.9 to 8.0 GHz 1– 1 7.9 to 13.5 GHz 1+ 1 13.4 to 20.0 GHz 2– 2 19.9 to 26.5 GHz 2+ 2 Preselector range Frequency Band Mode: Normal 5.9 to 26.5 GHz Frequency Band Mode: Spurious 3 to 26.5 GHz Frequency settings Settable range Resolution 0 Hz to 26.5 GHz 1 Hz Internal reference oscillator Activation characteristics Aging rate Temperature characteristics Activation characteristics Aging rate Temperature characteristics Based on frequency 24 hours after power application, at 23°C ±5×10–7 (2 minutes after power application) ±5×10–8 (5 minutes after power application) ±1×10–7/year ±2×10×8 (5 to 45°C) When Option 001/101 Rubidium Reference Oscillator is installed Based on frequency 24 hours after power application, at 23°C ±1×10–9 (7 minutes after power application) ±1×10–10/month ±1×10–9 (5 to 45°C)

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.2-1 Specifications for mainframe (Cont'd) Item Specification Single side band noise At 18 to 28°C, 2 GHz (Frequency Offset) 100 kHz 1 MHz 1-29 –116 dBc/Hz –137 dBc/Hz Amplitude Measurement range Displays Average noise level up to +30 dBm Maximum input level Continuous wave average Power DC +30 dBm (Input attenuator ≥ 10 dB) 0 Vdc Input attenuator 0 to 60 dB, 2 dB steps Input attenuator switching error Based on input attenuator 10 dB Frequency Band Mode: Normal ≤ 6 GHz: ±0.2 dB (10 to 60 dB) > 6 GHz: ±0.75 dB (10 to 60 dB) Frequency Band Mode: Spurious < 3 GHz: ±0.2 dB (10 to 60 dB) ≥ 3 GHz: ±0.75 dB (10 to 60 dB) Reference Level Setting range Log scale: -120 to +50 dBm or equivalent value (Signal Analyzer Mode) -130 to +50 dBm or equivalent value (Spectrum Analyzer Mode) Linear scale: 22.4 μV to 70.7 V or equivalent value (Signal Analyzer Mode) 70.7 nV to 70.7 V or equivalent value (Spectrum Analyzer Mode) Resolution: 0.01 dB or equivalent level Units Log scale: dBm, dBμV, dBmV, dBμV (emf), dBμV/m, V, W Linear scale: V Linearity error excluding the noise floor effect ±0.07 dB (Mixer input level ≤ -20 dBm) ±0.10 dB (Mixer input level ≤ -10 dBm) Frequency Band Mode: Normal ±0.15 dB (Mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, frequency ≤ 6 GHz) ±0.60 dB (Mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, frequency > 6 GHz) Frequency Band Mode: Spurious ±0.15 dB (Mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, frequency < 3 GHz) ±0.60 dB (Mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, frequency ≥ 3 GHz) 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-30 Table 1.3.2-1 Specifications for mainframe (Cont'd) Item Specification RF frequency characteristics After CAL execution, input attenuator = 10 dB, at 18 to 28°C ±0.35 dB (9 kHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Normal) (9 kHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Spurious) After CAL execution, input attenuator = 10 dB, after preselector tuning, at 18 to 28°C, when MS2692A-067/167 is not installed or Microwave Preselector Bypass is Off: ±1.50 dB (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Normal) (3 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Spurious) ±2.50 dB (13.5 GHz < frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) 1-dB gain compression At mixer input level ≥ +3 dBm (100 MHz ≤ frequency < 400 MHz) ≥ +7 dBm (400 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Normal) (400 MHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Spurious) ≥ +0 dBm (3 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band mode: Spurious) ≥ +0 dBm (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) Spurious Response Second harmonic wave distortion At mixer input level = -30 dBm Harmonic wave [dBc] SHI [dBm] ≤ -60 ≥ +30 (10 MHz ≤ Input frequency ≤ 400 MHz) ≤ -75 ≥ +45 (0.4 GHz < Input frequency ≤ 0.8 GHz) ≤ -75 ≥ +45 (0.8 GHz < Input frequency ≤ 1 GHz) ≤ -75 ≥ +45 (1 GHz < Input frequency ≤ 3 GHz) At mixer input level = -10 dBm, when MS2692A-067/167 is not installed Harmonic wave [dBc] ≤ -90 SHI [dBm] ≥ +80 (3 GHz < Input frequency, Frequency Band mode: Normal) ≤ -90 ≥ +80 (1.5 GHz ≤ Input frequency, Frequency Band mode: Spurious) At mixer input level = -10 dBm, when MS2692A-067/167 is not installed or Microwave Preselector Bypass is Off: Harmonic wave [dBc] ≤ -70 SHI [dBm] ≥ +60 (3 GHz < Input frequency ≤13.25 GHz )

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.2-1 Specifications for mainframe (Cont'd) Item Specification Residual response Frequency ≥ 1 MHz, at input attenuator = 0 dB (Excluding “bandwidth > 31.25 MHz” in Signal Analyzer.) ≤ -100 dBm Connector RF input Connector Front panel, N-J, 50 Ω VSWR: Input attenuator ≥10 dB, 18 to 28°C ≤ 1.2 (Nominal value) (40 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 3 GHz) ≤ 1.5 (Nominal value) (3 GHz < frequency ≤ 6 GHz) ≤ 2.0 (Nominal value) (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) IF Output Connector Frequency Gain IF bandwidth 1-31 Rear panel, BNC-J, 50 Ω (nominal value) 875 MHz (when not installing the Signal Analyzer and MS269xA-004/104/077/177/078/178 or setting bandwidth ≤ 31.25 MHz) 900 MHz (when installing the Signal Analyzer and MS269xA-004/104/077/177/078/178 or setting bandwidth >31.25 MHz) 874.988 MHz (Spectrum Analyzer) At the reference RF input level, 1 GHz RF frequency, and 0 dB input attenuator (nominal value) 120 MHz (nominal value) External reference input Connector Frequency Operating range Input level Rear panel, BNC-J, 50 Ω (nominal value) 10 MHz or 13 MHz ±1 ppm -15 dBm ≤ level ≤ +20 dBm, 50 Ω (AC coupling) Reference signal output Connector Frequency Output level Rear panel, BNC-J, 50 Ω (nominal value) 10 MHz ≥ 0 dBm (AC coupling) Sweep status output Connector Output level Rear panel, BNC-J TTL level (high level at sweep or waveform acquisition) Trigger input Connector Input level Rear panel, BNC-J TTL level External controls Control from external controller (except power) Ethernet (10/100/1000Base-T) Connector Rear panel, RJ-45 GPIB Connector Interface function IEEE488.2 compatible Rear panel, IEEE488 bus connector SH1, AH1, T6, L4, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1, DT0, C0, E2 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-32 Table 1.3.2-1 Specifications for mainframe (Cont'd) Item Specification USB (B) Connector USB2.0 compatible Rear panel, USB-B connector USB Connector Enables waveform hard copy to USB compatible external device and saving mainframe setting parameters USB 2.0 compatible USB-A connector (2 ports on front panel, 2 ports on rear panel) Monitor output Connector Rear panel, VGA compatibility, mini D-SUB 15 pin Aux Connector Used for trigger input/output from/to Option 020/120, etc. Rear panel, 68 pins (DX10BM-68S equivalent part) Screen XGA color LCD (resolution: 1024 × 768) 8.4 inch (213 mm diagonal) Overall Specifications Size, Weight Size Weight 340 mm (w) × 200 mm (h) × 350 mm (d) (excluding protrusions) ≤ 13.5 kg (excluding options) Power Voltage Frequency Power consumption Rated Voltage: AC 100 to 120 V or 200 to 240 V 50 Hz to 60 Hz ≤ 260 VA (excluding options) ≤ 440 VA (including all options, maximum value) Temperature Operating temperature Storage temperature 5 to 45°C -20 to 60°C Environment Performance Conducted disturbance EN 61326-1 (Class A) Electromagnetic radiated disturbance EN 61326-1 (Class A) Harmonic current emission EN 61000-3-2 (Class A equipment) Electrostatic discharge EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Electromagnetic field immunity EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Fast transient/burst EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Surge EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Conducted RF EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Power frequency magnetic field EN 61326-1 (Table 2) Voltage dips/short interruption EN 61326-1 (Table 2)

1.3 Specifications Also refer to Table 1.3.4-1 “Specifications for Wideband Analysis Hardware Options” when MS269xA-004/104 is installed. Table 1.3.2-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function Item Specification Common Trace mode Spectrum, Power vs Time, Frequency vs Time, CCDF, Spectrogram, No Trace Bandwidth Range Specifies the capture analysis bandwidth from the center frequency 1 kHz to 25 MHz (1-2.5-5 sequence), 31.25 MHz Sampling rate Range Automatically set depending on analysis bandwidth 2 kHz to 50 MHz (1-2-5 sequence) Capture time Capture time length Setting mode 1-33 Sets the capture time length Minimum capture time length: 2 μs to 50 ms (determined depending on analysis bandwidth) Maximum capture time length: 2 to 2000 s (determined depending on analysis bandwidth) Auto, Manual Trigger Trigger mode Free Run (Trig Off), Video, Wide IF Video, External (TTL) SG Marker (when Option 020/120 is installed) BBIF (when Option 040/140 is installed) ADC resolution 16bits (when not installing the Signal Analyzer and MS269xA-004/104/077/177/078/178 or setting bandwidth ≤ 31.25 MHz) Spectrum indicator function Function overview Displays spectrums within random time spans and frequency ranges in captured waveform data. Analysis time range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Setting mode Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data Sets analysis time length Auto, Manual Frequency Center frequency and SPAN can be set within the frequency range in waveform data Indicator frequency accuracy ±[Indicator frequency × reference frequency accuracy + SPAN frequency × reference frequency accuracy + RBW × 0.05 + 2 × N + SPAN frequency / (Trace point count – 1)] Hz N:Mixer harmonic order Resolution bandwidth (RBW) Setting range Selectivity 1 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 sequence) (-60 dB/-3 dB) 4.5:1, nominal value 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-34 Table 1.3.2-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification Absolute amplitude accuracy After CAL execution, 18 to 28°C, input attenuator ≥ 10 dB, mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, RBW = Auto, Time Detection = Average, Marker Result = Integration or Peak(Accuracy), center frequency CW, excluding the noise floor effect ±0.5 dB (50 Hz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (50 Hz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) After Preselector tuning ±1.8 dB (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (3 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) ±3.0 dB (13.5 GHz < frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) The absolute amplitude accuracy is calculated from an RSS (root summed square) error of the RF frequency characteristics, linear error and input attenuator switching error. In-band frequency characteristics On the basis of a level of the center frequency, in center frequency ± 10 MHz, when MS269xA-004/104/077/177/078/178 is not installed or the bandwidth is ≤31.25 MHz: ±0.31 dB (30 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (30 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) Display average noise level Input attenuator 0 dB, at 18 to 28°C, 6 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz when MS2692A-067/167 is not installed 100 kHz -132.5 [dBm/Hz] 1 MHz -142.5 [dBm/Hz] 30 MHz ≤ frequency < 2.4 GHz -152.5 [dBm/Hz] 2.4 GHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz -150.5 [dBm/Hz] Frequency Band Mode: Normal 3 GHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz -150.5 [dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ frequency < 5 GHz -149.5 [dBm/Hz] 5 GHz ≤ frequency < 6 GHz -149.5 [dBm/Hz] 6 GHz ≤ frequency < 10 GHz -148.5 [dBm/Hz] 10 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz -147.5 [dBm/Hz] 13.5 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 20 GHz -144.5 [dBm/Hz] 20 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz -140.5 [dBm/Hz] Adjacent channel power (ACP) leakage Reference: Span Total, Carrier Total, Both Sides of Carriers, or Carrier Select Adjacent channel specification: 3 channels × 2 Channel power Absolute value measurement dBm, dBm/Hz Occupied bandwidth (OBW) N% of Power method, X dB Down method

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.2-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification Power vs Time Display Function Function overview Indicates time changes of power for captured waveform data Analysis time range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Setting mode 1-35 Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data Sets analysis time length Auto, Manual Resolution bandwidth Filter type Roll-off rate setting Filter frequency offset Rect, Gaussian, Nyquist, Root Nyquist, Off (default: Off) 0.01 to 1 (settable for Nyquist and Root Nyquist) Filter center frequency can be set within frequency band of waveform data Peak to Peak measurement Measured using AM Depth or marker function +Peak, -Peak, (P-P)/2, Average Burst average power Measures average power of burst signal Frequency vs. Time Display Function Function overview Displays frequency time fluctuations of input signal from captured waveform data Resolution time range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Setting mode Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data Sets analysis time length Auto, Manual Operating level range -17 to +30 dBm (input attenuator ≥ 10 dB) Frequency (vertical axis) Display frequency range Input frequency range Center frequency and SPAN can be set within frequency range in waveform data Selectable from 1/25, 1/10, 1/5, and 1/2 of analysis bandwidth 10 MHz to 6 GHz Indicator frequency accuracy At CW input Input level = -17 to +30 dBm, SPAN ≤ 31.25 MHz, scale = SPAN/25, ±(reference oscillator accuracy × center frequency + indicator frequency range × 0.01) Hz Peak to Peak measurement Measured using FM Deviation or marker function +Peak, -Peak, (P-P)/2, Average 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-36 Table 1.3.2-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification CCDF Display Function Function overview Displays CCDF and APD of waveform data captured at specific time Analysis time range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Setting mode Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data Sets analysis time length Auto, Manual Display Histogram resolution Numerical value indicator Graphically displays CCDF and APD 0.01 dB Average Power, Max Power, Crest Factor Resolution bandwidth Filter type Filter frequency offset Rectangle, Off (default: Off) Filter center frequency can be set within frequency band of waveform data Spectrogram Display Function Function Overview Displays Spectrogram in arbitrary time length within the captured waveform data Analysis Time Range Analysis Start Time Analysis Time Length Setting Mode Sets analysis start time position from beginning of waveform data Sets analysis time length Auto,Manual Frequency Center frequency and SPAN can be set within frequency range in waveform data Resolution Bandwidth(RBW) Setting Range Selectivity 1 Hz to 1 MHz (1-3 Sequence) (–60 dB/–3 dB ) 4.5:1, Nominal value Digitize Function Function overview Capable of outputting captured waveform data to internal hard disk or external device Waveform data Format Level Level accuracy: I, Q (each 32 bit Float Binary format) √(I2 + Q2) = 1 at 0 dBm input Same as absolute amplitude accuracy of signal analyzer External output Capable of outputting to external PC through Ethernet

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.2-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification Replay Function Function Overview Analyzes traces of saved waveform data Waveform Data Format I, Q (Binary format) Conditions for measurable waveform data 1-37 Analyzable combinations of SPAN and sampling rate SPAN Sampling rate 1 kHz 2 kHz 2.5 kHz 5 kHz 5 kHz 10 kHz 10 kHz 20 kHz 25 kHz 50 kHz 50 kHz 100 kHz 100 kHz 200 kHz 250 kHz 500 kHz 500 kHz 1 MHz 1 MHz 2 MHz 2.5 MHz 5 MHz 5 MHz 10 MHz 10 MHz 20 MHz 18.6 MHz 20 MHz 20 MHz 25 MHz 25 MHz 50 MHz 31.25 MHz 50 MHz 50 MHz 100 MHz 62.5 MHz 100 MHz 100 MHz 200 MHz 125 MHz 200 MHz 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-38 Table 1.3.2-2 Specifications for signal analyzer function (Cont’d) Item Specification

Conditions for measurable waveform data Combinations of SPAN and minimum capture sample SPAN Minimum Capture Sample 1 kHz 74000 (37 s) 2.5 kHz 160000 (32 s) 5 kHz 310000 (31 s) 10 kHz 610000 (30.5 s) 25 kHz 730000 (14.6 s) 50 kHz 730000 (7.3 s) 100 kHz 730000 (3.65 s) 250 kHz 730000 (1.46 s) 500 kHz 730000 (730 ms) 1 MHz 730000 (365 ms) 2.5 MHz 730000 (146 ms) 5 MHz 730000 (73 ms) 10 MHz 730000 (36.5 ms) 18.6 MHz 730000 (36.5 ms) 20 MHz 730000 (29.2 ms) 25 MHz 730000 (14.6 ms) 31.25 MHz 730000 (14.6 ms) 50 MHz 730000 (7.3 ms) 62.5 MHz 730000 (7.3 ms) 100 MHz 730000 (3.65 ms) 125 MHz 730000 (3.65 ms)

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.2-3 Specifications for spectrum analyzer function Item Specification Frequency Span Range Resolution Span accuracy 1-39 0 Hz, 300 Hz to 26.5 GHz 2 Hz ±0.2% Indicator frequency accuracy ± [Indicator frequency × reference frequency accuracy + SPAN frequency × SPAN accuracy + RBW × 0.05 + 2 × N + SPAN frequency/(Trace point count - 1)] Hz N is Mixer harmonic order Resolution bandwidth (RBW) Setting range Selectivity 30 Hz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence), 50 kHz, 5 MHz, 10 MHz, 20 MHz 31.25 MHz 31.25 MHz can be set when SPAN is 0 Hz. (-60 dB/-3 dB) 4.5:1 (nominal value, at 30 Hz to 10 MHz) Video bandwidth (VBW) Setting range VBW mode 1 Hz to 10 MHz (1-3 sequence), 5 kHz, OFF Video Average/Power Average Amplitude Display average noise level Detector = Sample, VBW = 1 Hz (Video Average), Input Attenuator 0 dB, 18 to 28°C, 6 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz when MS2692A-067/167is not installed. 100 kHz -135 [dBm/Hz] 1 MHz -145 [dBm/Hz] 30 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.4 GHz -155 [dBm/Hz] 2.4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 3 GHz -153 [dBm/Hz] Frequency Band Mode: Normal 3 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4 GHz -153 [dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ Frequency < 5 GHz -152 [dBm/Hz] 5 GHz ≤ Frequency < 6 GHz -152 [dBm/Hz] 6 GHz ≤ Frequency < 10 GHz -151 [dBm/Hz] 10 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz -150 [dBm/Hz] 13.5 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 20 GHz -147 [dBm/Hz] 20 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz -143 [dBm/Hz] 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-40 Table 1.3.2-3 Specifications for spectrum analyzer function(Cont’d) Item Specification Absolute amplitude accuracy After CAL execution, 18 to 28°C, input attenuator ≥ 10 dB, mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, Auto Sweep Time Select = Normal, RBW ≤ 1 MHz, Detection = Positive, CW, excluding the noise floor effect ±0.5 dB (50 Hz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (50 Hz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) After preselector tuning (MS2691A) ±1.8 dB (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (3 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) ±3.0 dB (13.5 GHz < frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) The absolute amplitude accuracy is calculated from an RSS (root summed square) error of the RF frequency characteristics, linear error and input attenuator switching error. Spurious Response Two-tone third-order inter modulation distortion Mixer input level = -15 dBm (per wave), ≥ 300 kHz separation, 18 to 28°C With MS2692A-067/167 and Microwave Preselector Bypass turned off ≤ -60 dBc (TOI = +15 dBm) (30 MHz ≤ frequency < 400 MHz) ≤ -66 dBc (TOI = +18 dBm) (400 MHz ≤ frequency < 700 MHz) ≤ -74 dBc (TOI = +22 dBm) (700 MHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (700 MHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) ≤ -66 dBc (TOI = +18 dBm) (4 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) ≤ -45 dBc (TOI = +7.5 dBm) (6 GHz < frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (3 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) Image response Without MS2692A-067/167: ≤ -70 dBc (frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz) ≤ -65 dBc (13.5 GHz < frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) When MS2692A-067/167 is not installed, refer to Table 1.3.7-1. Sweep Sweep mode Single, Continuous Sweep time Setting range 2 ms to 1000 s (SPAN ≥ 300 Hz) 1 μs to 1000 s (SPAN = 0 Hz) Detection mode Pos&Neg, Positive Peak, Sample, Negative Peak, RMS

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.2-3 Specifications for spectrum analyzer function(Cont’d) Item Specification Data point count When SPAN > 500 MHz: 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 When 100 MHz < SPAN ≤ 500 MHz: 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 When 300 Hz ≤ SPAN ≤ 100 MHz and Sweep Time > 10 s: 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 When 300 Hz ≤ SPAN ≤ 100 MHz and Sweep Time ≤ 10 s: 11, 21, 41, 51, 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 When Span = 0 Hz and Sweep Time > 10 s: 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 When Span = 0 Hz and Sweep Time ≤ 10 s: 11, 21, 41, 51, 101, 201, 251, 401, 501, 1001, 2001, 5001, 10001, 30001 Scale Log indicator (10 div/12 div) Lin indicator (10 div) 1-41 20 to 0.1 dB/div, 1-2-5 sequence 1 to 10%/div, 1-2-5 sequence Trigger function Trigger mode Free Run (Trig Off), Video, Wide IF, External (TTL) SG Marker (when Option 020/120 is installed) BBIF (when Option 040/140 is installed) Gate function Gate mode Off, Wide IF, External, SG Marker (when Option 020/120 is installed) BBIF (when Option 040/140 is installed) Measurement function Adjacent channel leakage power (ACP) Reference: Span Total, Carrier Total, Both Sides of Carriers, or Carrier Select Adjacent channel specification: 3 channels × 2 (Normal Mode) 8 channels × 2 (Advanced Mode) Burst average Indicates average power of specified time in the time domain mode Channel power Absolute value measurement dBm, dBm/Hz Occupied bandwidth(OBW) N% of Power method, X dB Down method Spectrum Emission Mask (SEM) Peak/Margin measurement: Pass/fail judgment is performed by Peak/Margin measurement. Spurious Emission Worst/Peaks measurement: Pass/fail judgment is performed by Worst/Peaks measurement. Two-tone third-order intermodulation distortion IM3, TOI measurement from two-tone signal. Frequency counter Center frequency = 1 GHz, SPAN ≤ 1 MHz, RBW = 1 kHz, S/N ≥ 50 dB, Gate Time ≥ 100 ms ± (Marker frequency × Reference frequency Accuracy + (0.01/Gate Time[s])Hz) 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-42 Table 1.3.2-4 Phase Noise Measurement Function Specification Item Specification Frequency

Carrier Frequency Range Offset Frequency Range Marker Mode 10 MHz to 26.5 GHz 10 Hz to 10 MHz Normal, Integral Noise, RMS Noise, Jitter, Residual FM, Off

1.3 Specifications 1.3.3 Pre-amp option (MS269xA-008/108) Table 1.3.3-1 shows the specifications for the Pre-amp option. The following specification values are those under the conditions after 30-min. warm-up at stable ambient temperature. Also note that the Typ. values are provided as reference data, and are not guaranteed specifications. Table 1.3.3-1 Specifications for Pre-amp option Item Specification Frequency Frequency range 100 kHz to 6 GHz Amplitude Measurement range Display average noise level at least +10 dBm Maximum input level +10 dBm (When the input attenuator is 0 dB) Gain 14 dB (≤ 3 GHz) 13 dB (3 GHz < frequency ≤ 4 GHz) 11 dB (4 GHz < frequency ≤ 5 GHz) 10 dB (5 GHz < frequency ≤ 6 GHz) Noise index 7 dB (≤ 3 GHz) 8.5 dB (3 GHz < frequency ≤ 4 GHz) 9.5 dB (4 GHz < frequency ≤ 6 GHz) Amplitude Display average noise level (signal analyzer function) 1-43 Input attenuator 0 dB, at 18 to 28°C (When Pre-amp is ON) 100 kHz –147.5[dBm/Hz] 1 MHz –156.5[dBm/Hz] 30 MHz ≤ frequency < 2.4 GHz –163.5[dBm/Hz] 2.4 GHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz –162.5[dBm/Hz] Frequency Band Mode: Normal 3 GHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz –161.5[dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ frequency < 5 GHz –158.5[dBm/Hz] 5 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz –156.5[dBm/Hz] Pre-amp input level is calculated by the following formula. Pre-amp input level = RF input level – input attenuator setting value When the Pre-amp option is installed and pre-amp is OFF, the items of the display average noise level shown in Tables 1.3.1-2 and 1.3.2-2 will change to the following values. Input attenuator 0 dB, at 18 to 28°C 100 kHz –132.5[dBm/Hz] 1 MHz –142.5[dBm/Hz] 30 MHz ≤ frequency < 2.4 GHz –150.5[dBm/Hz] 2.4 GHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz –149.5[dBm/Hz] Frequency Band Mode: Normal 3 GHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz –148.5[dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ frequency < 5 GHz –147.5[dBm/Hz] 5 GHz ≤ frequency < 6 GHz –146.5[dBm/Hz] 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-44 Table 1.3.3-1 Specifications for Pre-amp option (Cont’d) Item Specification

Amplitude Display average noise level (spectrum analyzer function) Detector = Sample, VBW = 1 Hz (Video Average),input attenuator 0 dB, at 18 to 28°C (When Pre-amp is ON) 100 kHz –150[dBm/Hz] 1 MHz –159[dBm/Hz] 30 MHz ≤ frequency < 2.4 GHz –166[dBm/Hz] 2.4 GHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz –165[dBm/Hz] Frequency Band Mode: Normal 3 GHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz –164[dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ frequency < 5 GHz –161[dBm/Hz] 5 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz –159[dBm/Hz] Pre-amp input level is calculated by the following formula. Pre-amp input level = RF input level -input attenuator setting value

When the Pre-amp option is installed and pre-amp is OFF, the items of the display average noise level shown in Tables 1.3.1-3 and 1.3.2-3 will change to the following values. Detector = Sample, VBW = 1 Hz (Video Average), input attenuator 0 dB, at 18 to 28°C 100 kHz –135[dBm/Hz] 1 MHz –145[dBm/Hz] 30 MHz ≤ frequency < 2.4 GHz –153[dBm/Hz] 2.4 GHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz –152[dBm/Hz] Frequency Band Mode: Normal 3 GHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz –151[dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ frequency < 5 GHz –150[dBm/Hz] 5 GHz ≤ frequency < 6 GHz –149[dBm/Hz] 1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.3-1 Specifications for Pre-amp option (Cont’d) Item Specification Amplitude RF frequency characteristics 1-45 After CAL execution, input attenuator = 10 dB, at 18 to 28°C ±0.65 dB (100 kHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (100 kHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) Input attenuator switching error Frequency Band Mode: Normal ≤ 6 GHz: ±0.65 dB (10 to 60 dB) Linearity error Excluding the noise floor effect ± 0.07 dB (Pre-amp input level ≤ –40 dBm) ± 0.10 dB (Pre-amp input level ≤ –30 dBm) Frequency Band Mode: Normal ±0.50 dB (Pre-amp input level ≤ –20 dBm, frequency ≤ 6 GHz) Second harmonic wave distortion At pre-amp input level–45 dBm Harmonic wave [dBc] SHI[dBm] ≤ –50 ≥ +5 (10 Hz ≤ Input frequency ≤ 400 MHz) ≤ –55 ≥ +10 (0.4 GHz < Input frequency ≤ 0.8 GHz) ≤ –55 ≥ +10 (0.8 GHz < Input frequency ≤ 1 GHz) ≤ –55 ≥ +10 (1 GHz < Input frequency ≤ 3 GHz) 1-dB gain compression At pre-amp input level ≥ –20 dBm (100 MHz ≤ frequency < 400 MHz) ≥ –15 dBm (400 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (400 MHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) Two-tone third-order inter- modulation distortion Pre-amp input level = –45 dBm(per 1 wave),≥ 300 kHz separation, at 18 to 28°C ≤ –73 dBc (TOI = –8.5 dBm) (30 MHz ≤ frequency < 400 MHz) ≤ –78 dBc (TOI = –6 dBm) (400 MHz ≤ frequency< 700 MHz) ≤ –81 dBc (TOI = –4.5 dBm) (700 MHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) (700 MHz ≤ frequency < 3 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Spurious) ≤ –78 dBc (TOI = –6 dBm) (4 GHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) 1 Chapter 1 Overview 1.3.4 Wideband Analysis Hardware Options (MS269xA-004/104) Table 1.3.4-1 shows the specifications for the wideband analysis hardware options. The following specification values are those under the conditions after 30-min warm-up at stable ambient temperature. Also, note that the Typ. values are provided as reference data, and are not guaranteed specifications. Table 1.3.4-1 Specifications for Wideband Analysis Hardware Options Item Specification Function Bandwidth Range The following bandwidth is set in addition to the standard capture analysis bandwidth. 50 MHz, 100 MHz, 125 MHz Sampling rate Range Automatically set depending on analysis bandwidth 100 MHz, 200 MHz Capture Time Capture Time Length Sets the capture time length Minimum capture time length: 500 ns to 1 μs (determined depending on analysis bandwidth) Maximum capture time length: 500 ms Resolution bandwidth (RBW) Setting range Selectivity 1-46 3 kHz to 10 MHz (1-3 sequence) (–60 dB/–3 dB) 4.5:1, nominal value ADC resolution 12 bits Frequency Frequency range 100 MHz to 6 GHz 1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.4-1 Specifications for Wideband Analysis Hardware Options (Cont’d) Item Specification Amplitude Display average noise level At input attenuator 0 dB, 18 to 28°C (When MS269xA-008/108 is not installed or Pre-amp is OFF) 100 MHz ≤ frequency < 2.4 GHz –143[dBm/Hz] 2.4 GHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz –141[dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ frequency < 6 GHz –139[dBm/Hz] (Frequency Band Mode: Normal) At input attenuator 0 dB, 18 to 28°C (When MS269xA-008/108 is installed and Pre-amp is ON) 100 MHz ≤ frequency < 2.4 GHz –156[dBm/Hz] 2.4 GHz ≤ frequency < 4 GHz –154[dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ frequency < 6 GHz –150[dBm/Hz] (Frequency Band Mode: Normal) Absolute amplitude accuracy After CAL execution, 18 to 28°C, input attenuator ≥ 10 dB, mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm, RBW = Auto, Time Detection = Average, Marker Result = Integration or Peak(Accuracy), center frequency CW, (When MS269xA-008/108 is not installed or Pre-amp is OFF) Except noise floor effect ±0.5 dB (100 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) The absolute amplitude accuracy is calculated from an RSS (root summed square) error of the RF frequency characteristics, linear error, and input attenuator switching error. Linearity error Except noise floor effect (When MS269xA-008/108 is not installed or Pre-amp is OFF) ±0.07 dB(mixer input level ≤ –20 dBm) ±0.10 dB(mixer input level ≤ –10 dBm) ±0.30 dB(mixer input level ≤ 0 dBm) (Frequency Band Mode: Normal) Except noise floor effect (When MS269xA-008/108 is installed and Pre-amp is ON) ±0.07 dB (mixer input level ≤ –40 dBm) ±0.10 dB (mixer input level ≤ –30 dBm) ±0.50 dB (mixer input level ≤ –20 dBm) (Frequency Band Mode: Normal) RF frequency characteristics 1-47 After CAL execution, input attenuator = 10 dB, at 18 to 28°C (When MS269xA-008/108 is not installed or Pre-amp is OFF) ±0.35 dB (100 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) After CAL execution, input attenuator = 10 dB, at 18 to 28°C (When MS269xA-008/108 is installed and Pre-amp is ON) ±0.65 dB (100 MHz ≤ frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) 1 Chapter 1 Overview 1.3.5 Baseband Interface Unit option (MS269xA-040/140) The Baseband Interface Unit option is not supported by the software package of Ver.6.00.00 or later. 1.3.6 HDD Digitizing Interface Option (MS269xA-050/150) Table 1.3.6-1 lists the specifications for the HDD Digitizing Interface Option is installed. Table 1.3.6-1 HDD Digitizing Interface Option Specifications Item Specification Feature/Performance Interface

Connector Data Rate Hot Plugging 1-48 External Serial ATA connector 1.5 Gbps Non compliant (When connecting or disconnecting a connector, make sure to turn off the power of the MS2690A/MS2691A/MS2692A and external HDD.)

1.3 Specifications 1.3.7 Microwave Preselector Bypass Option (MS2692A-067/167) Table 1.3.7-1 lists the specifications for the Microwave Preselector Bypass Option is installed. Table 1.3.7-1 Microwave Preselector Bypass Option Specifications Item Specification Amplitude Functional Outline Bypasses the preselector to improve the RF frequency characteristics and the in-band frequency characteristics. By bypassing the image response elimination filter, the image response cannot be excluded. So, the spurious measurement is not supported. Cannot install simultaneously with MS2692A-003/103/008/108. Frequency Frequency range 6 GHz to 26.5 GHz Amplitude RF frequency characteristics 1-49 After CAL execution, input attenuator = 10 dB, at 18 to 28°C, and when Microwave Preselector Bypass is On: ±1.0 dB (6 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz) ±1.5 dB (13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) After CAL execution, input attenuator = 10 dB, at 18 to 28°C, and when Microwave Preselector Bypass is Off: See Table 1.3.2-1. Display average noise level At 18 to 28°C, Detector = Sample, VBW = 1 Hz (Video Average), input attenuator = 0 dB, with Microwave Preselector Bypass turned on/off, If the frequency < 6 GHz, the specifications are the same as those in the state without MS2692A-067/167. Refer to Table 1.3.2-3 “Specifications for spectrum analyzer function: Display average noise level.” 6 GHz ≤ Frequency < 10 GHz –146[dBm/Hz] 10 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz –145[dBm/Hz] 13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 20 GHz –142[dBm/Hz] 20 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz –138 [dBm/Hz] Image response With Microwave Preselector Bypass turned off, ≤ –60 dBc (6 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1.3.8 Analysis Bandwidth Extension (MS269xA-077/177) Table 1.3.8-1 lists the specifications for the Analysis Bandwidth Extension Option is installed. The following specification values are those under the conditions after 30-min warm-up at stable ambient temperature. Typ. value is not the guaranteed performance with this specification; it is for reference. Table 1.3.8-1 Analysis Bandwidth Extension Specifications Item Specification Function Functional Outline Extends Analysis Bandwidth to 62.5 MHz in Signal Analyzer mode Bandwidth Range The following bandwidth is added along with the standard capture analysis bandwidth. 50 MHz, 62.5 MHz Sampling rate Range When setting Bandwidth > 31.25 MHz: 100 MHz Capture Time Capture Time Length 1-50 When setting Bandwidth > 31.25 MHz: To set the capture time length: Min. capture time length: 1 μs (depending on the analysis bandwidth) Max. capture time length: 500 ms Resolution bandwidth (RBW) Setting range Selection When setting Bandwidth > 31.25 MHz: 3 kHz to 3 MHz (1-3 sequence) (–60 dB/–3 dB ) 4.5:1, Nominal value ADC resolution 14 bits Frequency Frequency range When MS2692A-067/167 is not installed and the bandwidth is set to > 31.25 MHz: 100 MHz to 6 GHz When MS2692A-067/167 is not installed and the bandwidth is set to > 31.25 MHz: 100 MHz to 26.5 GHz 1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.8-1 Analysis Bandwidth Extension Specifications (Cont’d) Item Specification Amplitude Display average noise level At 18 to 28oC, input attenuator = 0 dB, (Without MS269xA-008/108 or with Preamplifier turned off) 100 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.2 GHz –147 [dBm/Hz] 2.2 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4 GHz –145 [dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6 GHz –143 [dBm/Hz] (Frequency Band Mode: Normal) At 18 to 28oC, input attenuator = 0 dB, (With MS269xA-008/108 and with Preamplifier turned on) 100 MHz ≤ Frequency < 2.2 GHz –160[dBm/Hz] 2.2 GHz ≤ Frequency < 4 GHz –158[dBm/Hz] 4 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6 GHz –154[dBm/Hz] (Frequency Band Mode : Normal) At 18 to 28oC, input attenuator = 0 dB, (With MS2692A-067/167 and with Microwave Preselector Bypass turned on) 6 GHz < Frequency < 10 GHz –140[dBm/Hz] 10 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz –136[dBm/Hz] 13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 20 GHz –133[dBm/Hz] 20 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz –129[dBm/Hz] 1-51 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1-52 Table 1.3.8-1 Analysis Bandwidth Extension Specifications (Cont’d) Item Specification

Absolute amplitude accuracy After CAL execution at 18 to 28°C, input attenuator ≥10 dB, Mixer input level ≤ –10 dBm, RBW = Auto,Time Detection = Average, Marker Result = Integration or Peak (Accuracy), center frequency, CW, (Without MS269xA-008/108 or with Preamplifier turned off) When setting Bandwidth > 31.25 MHz: Excluding noise floor effects ±0.5 dB (100 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) The absolute amplitude accuracy is calculated from an RSS (root summed square) error of the RF frequency characteristics, linear error and input attenuator switching error. After CAL execution at 18 to 28°C, input attenuator ≥10 dB, Mixer input level ≤ –10 dBm, RBW = Auto, Time Detection = Average, Marker Result = Integration or Peak (Accuracy), center frequency, CW, (Without MS269xA-008/108 or with Preamplifier turned on) When setting Bandwidth > 31.25 MHz: Excluding noise floor effects

±1.0 dB (100 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode: Normal) The absolute amplitude accuracy is calculated from an RSS (root summed square) error of the RF frequency characteristics, linear error and input attenuator switching error. After CAL execution at 18 to 28°C, input attenuator ≥10 dB, Mixer input level ≤ –10 dBm, RBW = Auto, Time Detection = Average, Marker Result = Integration or Peak (Accuracy), center frequency, CW, (With MS269xA-067/167 or with Microwave Preselector Bypass turned on) When setting Bandwidth > 31.25 MHz: Excluding noise floor effects ±1.8 dB (6 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz, Frequency Band Mode:Normal) ±3.0 dB (13.5 GHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) The absolute amplitude accuracy is calculated from an RSS (root summed square) error of the RF frequency characteristics, linear error and input attenuator switching error.

1.3 Specifications Table 1.3.8-1 Analysis Bandwidth Extension Specifications (Cont’d) Item Specification Linearity error Excluding noise floor effects (Without MS269xA-008/108 or with Preamplifier turned off) ±0.07 dB (Mixer input level ≤ –20 dBm) ±0.10 dB (Mixer input level ≤ –10 dBm) ±0.30 dB (Preamplifier input level ≤ 0 dBm, Frequency ≤ 6 GHz) (Frequency Band Mode:Normal) Excluding noise floor effects (With MS269xA-008/108 and with Preamplifier turned on) ±0.07 dB (Preamplifier input level ≤ –40 dBm) ±0.10 dB (Preamplifier input level ≤ –30 dBm) ±0.50 dB (Preamplifier input level ≤ –20 dBm) (Frequency Band Mode:Normal) Excluding noise floor effects (With MS2692A-067/167 and with Microwave Preselector Bypass turned on) ±0.60 dB (Preamplifier input level ≤ 0 dBm, Frequency > 6 GHz) RF frequency characteristics After CAL execution at 18 to 28°C, input attenuator = 10 dB (Without MS269xA-008/108 or with Preamplifier turned off) ±0.35 dB (100 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode : Normal) After CAL execution at 18 to 28°C, input attenuator = 10 dB (With MS269xA-008/108 and with Preamplifier turned on) ±0.65 dB (100 MHz ≤ Frequency ≤ 6 GHz, Frequency Band Mode : Normal) After CAL execution at 18 to 28°C, input attenuator = 10 dB (With MS2692A-067/167 and with Microwave Preselector Bypass turned on) ±1.0 dB (6 GHz < Frequency ≤ 13.5 GHz) ±1.5 dB (13.5 GHz < Frequency ≤ 26.5 GHz) 1-53 1

Chapter 1 Overview 1.3.9 Analysis Bandwidth Extension (MS269xA-078/178) Table 1.3.9-1 lists the specifications for the Analysis Bandwidth Extension Option is installed. The following specification values are those under the conditions after 30-min warm-up at stable ambient temperature. Typ. value is not the guaranteed performance with this specification; it is for reference. Table 1.3.9-1 Analysis Bandwidth Extension Specifications Item Specification Function Functional Outline Extends Analysis Bandwidth to 125 MHz in Signal Analyzer mode The MS269xA-077/177 is required to install this option. Bandwidth Range The following bandwidth is added along with the standard capture analysis bandwidth. 50 MHz, 62.5 MHz, 100 MHz, 125 MHz Sampling rate Range When setting Bandwidth > 31.25 MHz: 100 MHz, 200 MHz (depending on the analysis bandwidth) Capture Time Capture Time Length 1-54. When setting Bandwidth > 31.25 MHz: To set the capture time length: Min. capture time length: 500 ns to 1 μs (depending on the analysis bandwidth) Max. capture time length: 500 ms Resolution bandwidth (RBW) Setting range Selection When setting Bandwidth > 31.25 MHz: 3 kHz to 10 MHz (1-3 sequence) (–60 dB/–3 dB ) 4.5:1, Nominal value ADC resolution 14 bits Frequency Frequency range Refer to Table 1.3.8-1. Amplitude Display average noise level Refer to Table 1.3.8-1. Absolute amplitude accuracy Refer to Table 1.3.8-1. Linearity error Refer to Table 1.3.8-1. RF frequency characteristics Refer to Table 1.3.8-1.


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