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New Anritsu systems ensure personal safety standards.

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Anritsu Company said it has introduced an electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation measurement system for its Spectrum Master MS271xE handheld spectrum analyzers and Cell Master MT8212E/MT8213E base station analyzers.

With the option installed and an Anritsu isotopic antenna attached, the analyzers can be used by field technicians of government regulatory authorities and cellular operators to measure electromagnetic fields, ensuring wireless networks are in compliance with various national standards for personal safety.

A multifunctional solution, the Spectrum Master eliminates the need for multiple instruments. In addition to conducting EMF measurements, the Spectrum Master can be configured to include a broad range of parameters, including a spectrum analyzer, an interference analyzer with signal mapping, coverage mapping, tracking generator, channel scanner, power meter, high accuracy power meter, AM/FM/PM analyzer, and GPS receiver.

The Cell Master is a compact handheld base station analyzer specifically developed for cell site technicians to meet the measurement needs in and around a cell site of 2G, 3G and WiMAX networks. Over 30 analyzers are combined in the handheld instrument to meet virtually every measurement need.

Anritsu Company is the American subsidiary of Anritsu Corporation, a global provider of innovative solutions for more than 100 years. With offices throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Central America, and South America, the company provides solutions for existing and next-generation wired and wireless communication systems. For more information, go to www.anritsu.com.

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