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01    Avionics Specification Certification
02 Rear Panel RF Input
03 CCITT Filter
05 Amplitude Calibrator (0 dBm 50 MHz)
07 Audio Loop-through. Used with external filters to allow user defined
filtering. Option 07 excludes Option 03 and vice versa
08 CCIR Filter
09 C-MSG Filter

Quick Specifications

RF Input
Frequency Range 100 kHz to 2.5 GHz
Maximum Input 1 watt (7 V RMS, +30 dBm)
Input Impedance    50 Ω nominal, SWR <1.5

Audio Distortion/SINAD
Distortion Range 0.01 % to 100% THD or 0 to 80 dB SINAD
Distortion Accuracy ± 10% of reading or ± 1 dB SINAD.
(The residual AM/FM or ØM must be accounted
for in distortion measurements)
Frequency Range 20 Hz to 20 kHz. Automatic operation when modulation frequency is within this range
Residual Noise & Distortion Less than 0.1 % (60 dB SINAD) distortion

FM Modulation
Measurement: + peak, -peak, peak average, quasi-peak and RMS
Carrier Range 0.2 MHz to 0.5 MHz 0.5 MHz to 10 MHz 10 MHz to 2.5 GHz
Deviation Range 0 to C.F./10 kHz 0 to 150 kHz 0 to 500 kHz
Deviation Accuracy
@ spec. mod. rates
1% of reading
30 Hz to 5 kHz
2% of reading
5 kHz to 7.5 kHz
1% of reading
30 Hz to 15 kHz
2% of reading
15 kHz to 30 kHz
1% of reading
30 Hz to 100 kHz
2% of reading
100 kHz to 150 kHz
Modulation
Frequency Range
20 Hz to 15 kHz 20 Hz to 50 kHz 20 Hz to 220 kHz
AF Output Distortion <0.1% @ <30 kHz dev <0.1% at <75 kHz <0.1% at <100 kHz dev

AM Modulation
Measurement: + peak, - peak, peak average, quasi-peak, and RMS
Carrier Range 0.1 MHz to 0.5 MHz 0.5 MHz to 10 MHz 10 MHz to 2.5 GHz
Depth Range 0 to 99% 0 to 99% 0 to 99%
Depth Accuracy
@ spec. mod. rates
1% of reading
30 Hz to 5 kHz
1% of reading
30 Hz to 15 kHz
1% of reading
30 Hz to 100 kHz
Modulation
Frequency Range
20 Hz to 15 kHz 20 Hz to 50 kHz 20 Hz to 220 kHz
AF Output Distortion <0.3% for 90% AM <0.3% for 90% AM <0.3% for 90% AM
Residual AM <0.05% RMS for input levels >100 mV, 15 kHz low-pass filter; >0.02% RMS for input levels >100 mV, 3 kHz low-pass filter; carrier frequency <520 MHz. Above 520 MHz, residuals increase linearly with frequency

Accessories

PIN 95004492A   Rack Mount Kit (Ears & Handles)

Applications

  • Testing High Power GaN Amplifiers for Radar Signals using Peak Power Meters

    Gallium nitride (GaN) technology has become a staple for high power amplifiers (PAs) used in radar applications. Moreover, the high power and/or the radar application often require the signals to be pulsed.

  • The Boonton 55006 USB Peak Power Sensor, Wi-Fi 802.11ac Signals and the ETSI EN 300 328 Standard

    This application note describes how the Boonton 55006 USB Peak Power Sensor can make fast and accurate time and statistical domain power measurements of Wi-Fi 802.11ac signals.

  • Automatic Pulse Measurement for Communication and Radar Signals using Boonton 55 Series USB Power Sensor

    The Boonton 55 Series USB power sensor offers very fast, accurate and highly reliable RF power measurements with the capability of making over 16 automated pulse power measurements on captured pulsed RF signals.

  • Convert a Boonton 55 Series USB Sensor into an Ethernet-Connected Device by Using a Standard WiFi-USB Sharing Hub

    Boonton's 55 Series Wideband USB Peak Power sensor can easily be used for remote monitoring within your local network via a LAN (PoE - Power-over-Ethernet) or WiFi connection by using a standard WiFito- USB sharing device.

  • Peak Power Meters for Crest Factor and Scalar Measurements Using Broadband OFDM Signals

    In this application note we highlight how broadband LTE and WiFi power amplifier (PA) performance can be characterized using Boonton’s high performance USB peak power meter. Figure of merit measurements like input and output crest factor can be performed to characterize amplifier compression using highly dynamic and broadband LTE & WiFi signals. With the use of a directional coupler the USB peak power meter is transformed to make scalar-like measurements such as gain and return loss.

  • Boonton 4500B and the Trailing Edge Characteristic of a Pulse Power Measurement

    When demonstrating the Boonton 4500B to customers, a question often arises regarding the nature of the shape of the observed pulse when viewing in logarithmic mode. The trailing edge appears to display a slow decay, and there can be concern that the instrument is not showing a faithful reproduction of the pulse. The following article explains this phenomenon, which is present for all diode power sensors regardless of manufacturer, and shows that it has a negligible effect on measurement.

  • 4500B Advanced Trigger Capabilities

    Pulsed signals used for radar, remote sensing and tracking, MRI medical imaging, and certain wireless communication applications such as WiMax & LTE have become increasingly complex to measure. The instruments used to measure these signals must have sufficient capability to account for synchronization changes within a burst of pulses to capture a specific region and measure the signal accurately. A Peak power meter with advanced trigger capabilities is an excellent tool for this purpose.

  • 4500B Power Meter and the Built-In Precision Calibrator

    The Boonton 4500B power meter is the instrument of choice for capturing, displaying, analyzing and characterizing RF power in both the time and statistical domains.

  • Numerical Parameters Analysis of Boonton 4540 Peak Power Meter

    The Boonton 4540 series RF peak power meters consisting of the 1-channel 4541 and the 2-channel 4542 provide one of the most versatile power measuring systems with the capability of making over 20 different power related measurements on captured signals. The 4540 power meter can be operated with Boonton peak, CW power sensors, and voltage probes and can function as a CW and Peak power meter, statistical power analyzer and RF voltmeter. The instrument provides three basic power measurements – pulse power, modulated power and statistical power. Each mode is targeted towards a specific type of measurement which can be displayed both graphically and numerically.

  • 4500B Digital Sampling Power Analyzer for Wireless Communication Signals

    Digital modulation methods of cellular and other wireless communications system present a challenge for making accurate peak power measurements. Although there are many different implementations, the Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) and Spread Spectrum Modulation are the latest technologies. Of many wireless communication systems, WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) is the one which uses several modulation schemes.

  • Analysis of Complex Modulated Carriers Using Statistical Methods

    This Application Note describes a method for obtaining and using probability functions to analyze the peak power of complex modulated RF signals.

  • High-speed Measurement of RF Power Sweeps

    This Application Note describes an operating mode in the 4530 series peak power meter especially useful for high-speed production test applications.

  • 4400A/4500A Storing Data and Documenting Results To Floppy

    This Technical Note describes storing data and documenting measurement results.

  • 4400A/4500A Delay By Events Trigger Qualifier

    This Technical Note describes a trigger option useful for pulse power measurement in radar, remote sensing and tracking, and certain wireless communication applications such as TDMA and GSM.

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