Anritsu Company continues its leadership position in the wireless field test market with the introduction of an innovative new platform for its family of handheld analyzers, which is the de facto industry standard for field test instrumentation. The new platform features integrated functionality in a robust, lightweight, field-proven design that provides field personnel with all the tools necessary to deploy, maintain, and troubleshoot today’s most demanding wireless equipment and networks.
“Anritsu has a product portfolio that is both deep and broad to satisfy all our customers’ installation, testing, measurement, and maintenance requirements. Our new platform allows technicians, contractors, and services providers to work faster and smarter, improve service quality, meet increasingly rigorous key performance indicators, and keep their prices competitive,” said Donn Mulder, VP and General Manager, Microwave Measurements Division. “All of these benefits are critical in a market that is characterized by fierce competition, rapidly evolving technology, and cost sensitivity.”
The new platform is designed into Anritsu’s Site Master?, Spectrum Master?, and Cell Master? analyzers. All of the analyzers represent the next generation of wireless field test because they are robust, lightweight and have the functionality of multiple instruments, saving money and improving efficiencies. An intuitive user interface, high-quality construction, and unmatched price/performance are trademarks of the new analyzers. In addition to providing the technology necessary for today’s field testing requirements, Anritsu is offering certified training and world-class support for field technicians.
The new analyzer family can reduce both capital equipment and operational expenses because of its multifunctional capabilities. Ease of use and automated reporting capabilities boots efficiency in the field as well as the office. The high performance of all the analyzers allows for greater confidence in measurement results, reduced measurement times, and gives users the ability to detect small problems before they become costly network failures. Ruggedly designed, the analyzers can withstand the roughest field conditions and activities.