Anritsu Analyzer integrates with DASY6 and cSAR3D for SAR testing

Anritsu Analyzer for SAR testingAnritsu Corporation today said its MT8820C Radio Communication Analyzer now integrates with both DASY6 and cSAR3D from Schmid & Partner Engineering (SPEAG) to provide Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) compliance testing.

Reduction in assessment costs and maximizes flexibility are the two main benefits of the integration, said Anritsu.

The measurement of Radio Frequency (RF) exposure, expressed in terms of SAR, is a mandatory testing requirement in many countries.

DASY6, a dosimetric and near-field evaluation system, is compliant with all international standards and national regulations for SAR measurement. Compared to DASY52, DASY6 includes new features resulting in a significant time savings for SAR compliance testing.

The integration of Anritsu Radio Communication Analyzer improves the efficiency of user handling to save even more time during the certification process.

cSAR3D, an advanced vector array system for conducting SAR measurements of wireless devices, uses fast data acquisition, 3D field reconstruction algorithms, and tight integration of the Anritsu Radio Communication Analyzer.

cSAR3D, which is designed for testing compliance with national and international exposure guidelines, is compliant with the latest draft of IEC 62209-3 and it uses fast SAR protocols defined in IEC 62209-2 and IEEE 1528. cSAR3D integrates with DASY6 for the optimum combination of speed, versatility and regulatory acceptance.

The Anritsu One-Box Tester is a multi-format 2G, 3G, and LTE tester with capability for UE calibration, RF parametric testing, and functional testing, including call processing or no-call based testing. Supported formats include LTE-A, LTE, W-CDMA/HSPA CDMA2K up to 1xEV-DO Rev. A, TD-SCDMA/HSPA, and GSM/GPRS/EGPRS.

”We are delighted to have Anritsu’s MT8820C One-Box-Tester integrating with cSAR3D and DASY6 systems. This offers our customers the reliability and flexibility a SAR testing solution demands, with stable testing in LTE/W-CDMA/CDMA2K/GSM environments,” Niels Kuster, president of SPEAG.

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