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Product group : Test & Measurement
Product Sub-group : PC-Based Instruments
PC-based Software Tool
aids hand-held instruments verification
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Anritsu introduces Line Sweep Tools, a PC-based software tool for its hand-held instruments that allows network operators to quickly capture, validate, and generate reports using antenna, cable, and Passive Intermodulation (PIM) sweeps. The tool can be used by field engineers and technicians to help ensure accurate and timely measurement reporting. It collects sweeps from hand-held instruments and helps verify that those sweeps are done properly. It also helps create reports of the findings quickly and to a professional standard. The tools user interface is simple to operate. Users can make time savings with Line Sweep Tools, as it includes presets for markers and limit lines that make report preparation faster and easier. A Report Generator simplifies creating PDF reports for multiple traces. Renaming files, titles, and subtitles is much quicker and error free, due to a naming grid. Line Sweep Tools can open DAT or VNA files from a wide range of current and supported Anritsu handheld instruments. It can also open PIM files generated by PIM measurements. Other software tools included in the Tool Box include Master Software Tools (MST) and Map Master. The Tool Box with Line Sweep Tools is included with every Anritsu RF and microwave handheld analyser that has line sweeps or PIM testing as a standard feature.

Anritsu EMEA Limited

200 Capability Green
LU1 3LU Luton - United Kingdom -Bedfordshire
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Oct. 2012