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Posted August 17, 2015

Boonton features a Statistical Analysis Tool in a USB form factor with the 55 Series Wideband USB peak power sensors.

New 4240 CW Power Meter

Posted October 28, 2010

New 4240 CW Power Meter

The 4240 series is offered as one channel (4241) or two channel (4242) instrument. Both meters come with an integrated calibrator that provides an ultra-stable, 50-MHz reference signal, and deliver a calibration power range from -60dBm to +20dBm. A built-in calibrator allows sensor calibrations right before the measurement providing highest measurement accuracy.

RF Power Measurement Basics Webinar

Posted August 25, 2010

This webinar is designed for people who want to learn about Power measurements with RF power meters.

QAM power level testing with the 4500B

Posted June 25, 2010

See the video presentation of QAM power level testing on Boonton's 4500B. Many of the latest wireless communication schemes rely on QAM type modulation for high data rate applications. A Peak Power meter can be used to measure the symbol power envelope and provide detailed statistical information about signal behavior.

New 59340 RF Peak Power Sensor

Posted June 10, 2010

New 59340 RF Peak Power Sensor

Boonton proudly announces the extension of the fast 593xx Peak Power Sensor family, the 59340. This RF Peak Power Sensor is optimized for Boonton’s high end Peak Power Meter series 4500B and 4540. It provides dynamic input power ranges from -24 dBm to +20 dBm in Peak mode and -34 dBm to +20 dBm in CW mode.

Wireless Telecom Group Introduces the new Boonton 20 Watt PIM Test System – PIM 31

Posted November 3, 2009

Wireless Telecom Group Introduces the new Boonton 20 Watt PIM Test System – PIM 31

The PIM 31 analyzer provides two signals, up to 25W each. IEC62037 standard for PIM testing recommends 2x20W but the additional power provided by PIM31 allows for compensating of RF-path attenuation; particularly important when measuring PIM levels of complete systems, like base stations. PIM 31’s accuracy and high sensitivity of -175 dBc @ 2x43 dBm allow for applications ranging form performance evaluation of RF infrastructure to RF component testing.