06.12.2005 08:00 AM
Rohde & Schwarz preps mobile TV analyzer


The FSH3-TV analyzer provides several predefined settings that TV cable and TV transmitter network operators need to measure their signals.
Rohde & Schwarz is preparing for the summer delivery of its FSH3-TV analyzer, a compact mobile unit that can process both analog and digital TV signals.

The FSH3-TV combines the functions and characteristics of a full-featured spectrum analyzer with the functionalities of a TV test receiver. All measurements essential in field use can thus be performed with only one instrument. In addition, the R&S FSH3-TV is very robust and weatherproof and can be powered from its NiMH battery.

The analyzer comes equipped with a TV board, a preamplifier and a tracking generator. It supports all common analog TV standards such as B, G/H, D/K, N, I, L, M/NTSC and M/PAL, and can be upgraded any time for DVB-C, J.83/B or ATSC/8VSB. It also provides many predefined settings that TV, cable and TV transmitter network operators require in their measurement tasks.

In addition to direct frequency entry, the FSH3-TV provides tuning by means of channel numbers. Predefined channel tables for numerous countries are already included and can be modified as required at any time. The FSH3-TV provides a wide range of specific CATV measurements, including the display of constellation diagrams for digital TV signals.

For more information, visit www.rohde-schwarz.com.

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