The Deviser E8900A 5G Handheld Spectrum Analyzer is the answer with radio bandwidth requirements escalating to all-time highs, the 5G New Radio (NR) standard is poised to change the landscape of wireless communications. 5G NR promises to elevate the possibilities of 5G network service to all-new levels of flexibility and efficiency. To claim a foothold in this space, providers and technicians must be able to characterize higher frequencies – and at higher speeds – than was possible in previous generations of spectrum analysis.
To meet this need, Deviser Instruments has designed the E8900A: a 5G NR spectrum analyzer boasting a frequency range of 9 kHz to 9 GHz, a wider-than-ever IF span of 100 MHz, the speed to conduct 3+ full-span sweeps per second at 7.8 kHz RBW, and a range of digital and analog test modes designed to provide a comprehensive picture of the signal environment – including 5G NR gNB demodulation and high-accuracy interference location.
Signal Scan Up To 9.0 GHz
The E8900A performs standard spectrum analysis up to 9,000 MHz and 5G NR analysis up to 6,000 MHz. Rapid sweeps help capture bursty signals in real time, and deep customization options allow both new and experienced technicians to zero in on key data.
Digital Persistance Spectrum
Persistence testing separates the intended signal transmission from underlying low-level inference signals with supreme clarity, with no service interruptions at any point.
TDD-LTE demodulation analysis includes channel power, cell ID, 4G time-division multiple-access signal analysis, sub-frame spectrum, and special sub-frame demodulation indicators.
An All-New 5G Spectrum Test Suite
The E8900A’s primary toolkit is built to elevate wireless service to the next level under the New Radio standard. It includes 5G-NR cell ID (PCI), SS-RSRQ, SSB constellation, SS-SINR power indicators, EVM demodulation indicators, and more.
The 5G-NR Beam Analyzer is a key feature of the E8900A’s new demodulation analysis suite. This mode is configured for Massive MIMO systems, enabling you to track and measure 8 beam IDs simultaneously.