Anritsu Company is the American subsidiary of Anritsu Corporation, a global provider of innovative communications test and measurement solutions for more than 110 years. Anritsu provides solutions for existing and next-generation wired and wireless communication systems and operators. Anritsu products include wireless, optical, microwave/RF, and digital instruments as well as operations support systems for R&D, manufacturing, installation, and maintenance. Anritsu also provides precision microwave/RF components, optical devices, and high-speed electrical devices for communication products and systems. With offices throughout the world, Anritsu sells in over 90 countries with approximately 4,000 employees.
Anritsu Company introduces Forward Error Correction (FEC) symbol capture and Bathtub test functionality for its 116-Gbit/s PAM4 Error Detector (ED) MU196040B in its Signal Quality Analyzer-R MP1900A BERTs.
Anritsu Company expands its W1 (1.0 mm) component line with the introduction of bias tees, DC block, and semi-rigid cables that operate to 110 GHz and provide broadband frequency scalability in high-frequency device characterization and optical networking applications.
Anritsu Company introduces PCIe Gen5 (PCIe 5.0) link training and Tx/Rx LEQ test automation software for its Signal Quality Analyzer-R MP1900A series BERT that creates the industry’s first measurement solution supporting the PCIe 3.0, 4.0 and 5.0 standards.
Anritsu Company introduces a PCI Express test solution. The MP1900A has every pattern generation, error detection, jitter generation, and noise generation function required for PCI Express tests. Software expandable functions supporting PCI Express 1.0 (2.5 Gbit/s) to 5.0 (32 Gbit/s) help reduce infrastructure investment costs.
Anritsu Company introduces the ME7848A Opto-electronic network analyzer (ONA) system, a flexible solution integrating the VectorStar® vector network analyzer (VNA) with an O/E calibration detector and E/O converters that conducts cost-effective E/O, O/E and O/O measurements on optical devices operating at 850 nm, 1310 nm, and 1550 nm.