RTP4000 Real-Time True Average Power Sensors


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RTP4000

RTP4000 true average power sensors provide 80 dB dynamic range and a frequency range down to 6 kHz. Built with Boonton’s Real-Time Power Processing™ these sensors deliver 100,000 measurements per second, no gaps in signal acquisition and zero measurement latency. Combining this performance with pulse profiling, capture and measure of pulsed, CW and modulated signals, multi-channel capabilities and documentation tools RTP4000 average power sensors are the ideal instrument for fast, accurate and reliable RF power measurements.

Real-Time Power Processing™

Real-Time Power Processing™ (RTPP) technology is a unique parallel processing methodology that performs the multi-step process of RF power measurement at incredible, unmatched speeds. While conventional power meters and USB sensors perform steps serially, resulting in long re-arm times and missed data, Boonton sensors with Real-Time Power Processing™ capture, display and measure every pulse, glitch and detail with no gaps in data and zero latency.

Features and Benefits

  • 6 kHz to 6 GHZ and 10 MHz to 6 GHz sensors
  • -60 dBm to +20 dBm dynamic range
  • 175 kHz video bandwidth for pulse profiling
  • Real-Time Power Processing™ l technology with zero measurement dead time
  • 100,000 measurements per second
  • True average with no bandwidth limitations
  • Pulse, Average, CW and Modulation modes
  • Power Analyser Suite advanced measurement and analysis software
  • 1 GS/s effective, 25 MS/s continuous sample rate
  • Synchronized multi-channel measurements

Applications

  • EMI/EMC – Return loss measurements, conducted and radiated immunity, antenna efficiency
  • Automotive & Transportation &endash; Collision Avoidance, Wi-Fi/LTE Communications, Telemetry
  • Scalar measurements such as gain and return loss on modulated and CW signals
  • Gated average power measurements for modulated signals
  • Communications – Amplifier efficiency, base station monitoring, compression point testing