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Analog Radio Test Set uses digital measurement technology.

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June 20, 2014 - Designed for 100 W continuous input power and 150 W peak input power, R&S CMA180 enables manufacturers and service technicians to test analog radios in 100 kHz to 3 GHz frequency range. Unit uses integrated ARB generator for software implemented test signal generation and enables users to generate any output signal with bandwidth up to 20 MHz. Engineers can also use instrument's integrated sequencer to configure and run automatic test sequences.

Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co

Muhldorfstraße 15, -, Germany

Original Press Release

The New R&S CMA180 Radio Test Set Uses State of the Art Digital Measurement Technology for Testing Analog Radios

Press release date: June 11, 2014

Rohde & Schwarz designed the R&S CMA180 radio test set especially for analog radio production and maintenance. Equipped with a touchscreen for easy operation, the new tester can generate any test signal of up to 20 MHz bandwidth and process high input power levels of up to 150 W. It offers all of the functions of a high end device at an attractive price.  
  
Munich  — The R&S CMA180 radio test set enables manufacturers and service technicians to test analog radios in the 100 kHz to 3 GHz frequency range. Its large touchscreen and straightforward menu provide for especially simple and fast operation. The R&S CMA180 uses an integrated ARB generator for software implemented test signal generation. Users can generate any output signal with a bandwidth of up to 20 MHz – a feature normally offered only in radiocommunications testers several times more expensive.   
  
The R&S CMA180 is the world's first radiocommunications tester that allows users to generate additional signals with just a few mouse clicks, such as interfering signals for co channel rejection measurements. Service technicians and test engineers can also use the instrument's integrated sequencer to configure and run automatic test sequences.  
  
The R&S CMA180 radio test set is designed for 100 W continuous input power and 150 W peak input power and is the only tester in its price class capable of processing such high input levels. Thanks to digital signal processing, the R&S CMA180 delivers extremely precise measurement results and is ideal for testing software defined radios.   
  
For high precision power measurements, Rohde & Schwarz offers optional extremely linear power sensors that can also be used with the R&S CMA180.  
  
The R&S CMA180 radio test set is now available from Rohde & Schwarz. For details, go to www.rohde-schwarz.com/ad/press/cma180.   
  
Press contacts:  
Europe (headquarters): Christian Mokry, Phone: +49 89 4129 13052, E-mail: press@rohde-schwarz.com   
North America: Pam Sanders, Phone: +1 410 910 7908, E-mail: pam.sanders@rsa.rohde-schwarz.com   
Asia Pacific: Wen Shi Tong, Phone: +65 6 307-0029, E-mail: WenShi.Tong@rohde-schwarz.com   
  
Contacts for readers:  
Customer Support Europe, Africa, Middle East: Phone: +49 89 4129 12345, E-mail: customersupport@rohde-schwarz.com   
Customer Support North America: Phone: +1 888 837 8772, E-mail: customer.support@rsa.rohde-schwarz.com   
Customer Support Latin America: Phone: +1 410 910 7988, E-mail: customersupport.la@rohde-schwarz.com   
Customer Support Asia: Phone: +65 65130 488, E-mail: customersupport.asia@rohde-schwarz.com   
Customer Support China: Phone: +86-800-810-8228 or +86-400-650-5896, E-mail: customersupport.china@rohde-schwarz.com   
  
Rohde & Schwarz  
The Rohde & Schwarz electronics group is a leading supplier of solutions in the fields of test and measurement, broadcasting, secure communications, and radiomonitoring and radiolocation. Founded 80 years ago, this independent global company has an extensive sales network and is present in more than 70 countries. It has around 9300 employees and achieved a net revenue of EUR 1.9 billion (USD 2.5 billion) in fiscal year 2012/2013 (July 2012 through June 2013). The company is headquartered in Munich, Germany.  

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