Testing the antenna-feeder path of mobile base stations (RBS)

According to ROHDE&SCHWARZ customers, the FSH3 Handheld Spectrum Analyzer is an indispensable tool for deploying and maintaining mobile base stations. 

A wide range of basic and additional functions aimed at facilitating the work of the engineer will reduce the time spent and, accordingly, the costs. Among the most useful functions, we note the following: obtaining a spectrogram in the selected frequency range, measuring the distance to fault in the cable (DTF), measuring the reflected signal, measuring the power (In-channel, TDMA, CDMA), measuring the bandwidth, etc.

The analyzer has a high-contrast color display of 320x240 pixels and can operate up to 4 hours from the built-in battery. The ease and convenience of setting the measurement parameters will not make it difficult to master the analyzer. Parameters can be set directly by manipulating the controls on the front panel of the FSH3, or through the free FSH View software package. After carrying out all the necessary measurements, you can easily compile a report on the work done using the spectrograms stored in the analyzer (up to 100 curves). They can be easily transferred both in the form of pictures and data to your computer. I would like to note that the PC is connected to the spectrum analyzer using a cable with optical isolation (conversion of the electronic signal from the RS232 port into a light one), which will ensure that there is no influence of additional electrical signals. magnetic fields on the analyzer circuit.

In the "Useful Links" section, you can find the document ""Testing Mobile Radio Antenna System with FSH"", which allows you to master the principles and methods of measuring various parameters of mobile base stations.

Testing Mobile Antenna Systems with FSH (1 kB)