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Американская компания Boonton Electronics была основана в 1947 году в Morris Plains, штат Нью-Джерси и быстро завоевала репутацию лидера в области высокопроизводительных измерительных приборов и датчиков. Приборы компании отличаются высокой точностью измерений и простотой в использовании.

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RTP5000 Series

The Boonton RTP5000 series Real-Time Peak Power Sensors are the performance leaders in RF and microwave peak power measurement. They offer industry-leading performance with the widest video bandwidth, fastest rise times, finest time resolution, narrowest minimum pulse widths, highest pulse  repetition  rates, and  superior  measurement    reading    rates. In addition, the RTP5000 series sensors incorporate Boonton’s unique Real-Time Power Processing™ technology.

Key Features

  • Real-Time Power Processing™
  • 16 automated pulse measurements
  • Crest Factor and statistical measurements (e.g., CCDF)
  • Synchronized multi-channel measurements (up to 8 channels with GUI, >8 with remote control)
  • Power Analyzer: advanced measurement and analysis software

With superior performance and a small form factor, the Boonton RTP5000 series is ideal for many purposes ranging from design and verification, through manufacturing, to field installation and maintenance. The sensors are trusted by engineers and technicians at industry-leadering companies to measure pulsed, bursted, and/or modulated signals used in commercial and military radar, electronic warfare (EW), wireless communications (e.g., LTE, LTE-A, and 5G), and consumer electronics (WLAN), as well as education and research applications.

Key Specifications

Frequency range                                 50 MHz to 40 GHz

Measurement range                           -60 dBm to +20 dBm

Video bandwidth                                 195 MHz

Rise-time                                             < 3 ns

Time Resolution/Trigger Jitter            100 ps

Min Pulse Width / Max PRF               10 ns / 50 MHz

Measurement Speed                          100,000 per second.

Real-Time Power Processing™

Boonton Real-Time Power Processing™ dramatically reduces the total cycle time for acquiring and processing power measurement samples. By combining a dedicated acquisition engine, hardware trigger, integrated sample buffer, and a real-time optimized parallel processing architecture, Real-Time Power Processing™ performs most of the sweep processing steps simultaneously, beginning immediately after the trigger instead of waiting for the end of the acquisition cycle.

The advantages of the Real-Time Power Processing™ technique are shown in Figure 1a. Key processing steps take place in parallel and keep pace with the signal acquisition. With no added computational overhead to prolong the sweep cycle, the sample buffer cannot overflow. As a result, there is no need to halt acquisition for trace processing. This means gap-free signal acquisition virtually guarantees that intermittent signal phenomena such as transients, dropouts, or interference will be reliably captured and analyzed, shown in Figure 1b. These sorts of events are most often missed by conventional power meters due to the acquisition gaps while processing takes place.

Superior Time Resolution

The RTP5000 series features 100 ps time base resolution and with an acquisition rate up to 100 MSPS, can provide 50 points per division with a time base range as low as 5 ns / division. This enables users to see meaningful waveform information (Figure 2a) missed by alternative power analyzers (Figure 2b). In addition, Boonton’s superior time management enables several other advantages. Pulse widths as narrow as 10 ns can be captured and characterized with outstanding trigger stability (< 100 ps jitter, rms).

To simplify test, the RTP5000 series can measure and calculate 16 common power and timing parameters and display the parameters of interest(Figure 3). Other parameters include: rise time, fall time, pulse average, overshoot, and droop.

Use markers to define a portion of the waveform on which to make measurements. “Between Marker” measurements are ideal for monitoring parameters such as pulse power or crest factor over long intervals.

Powerful Statistical Analysis

Crest factor, or peak-to-average power ratio, is an important measurement for characterizing device- under-test (DUT) performance, such as amplifier linearity. With the Boonton Power Analyzer soft- ware package, users can utilize the complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) to assess the probability of various crest factor values to gain further insight into DUT performance. The CCDF and other statistical values are determined from a very large population of power samples captured at a 100 MSPS acquisition rate on all channels simultaneously.

Measurement Buffer Mode

The RTP5000 series Measurement Buffer mode is a remote control function that works in conjunction with Real-Time Power Processing™ to provide only the relevant burst or pulse information, eliminat- ing the need to download and post-process large sample buffers. As a result, users can collect and analyze measurements from a virtually unlimited number of consecutive pulses or events. A wide variety of parameters can be calculated and plotted, such as duty cycle, pulse repetition rate, pulse width variation, and pulse jitter. In addition, anomalies, such as dropouts, can be identified.

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Основные возможности и технические характеристики

RTP5000 Series

The Boonton RTP5000 series Real-Time Peak Power Sensors are the performance leaders in RF and microwave peak power measurement. They offer industry-leading performance with the widest video bandwidth, fastest rise times, finest time resolution, narrowest minimum pulse widths, highest pulse  repetition  rates, and  superior  measurement    reading    rates. In addition, the RTP5000 series sensors incorporate Boonton’s unique Real-Time Power Processing™ technology.

Key Features

  • Real-Time Power Processing™
  • 16 automated pulse measurements
  • Crest Factor and statistical measurements (e.g., CCDF)
  • Synchronized multi-channel measurements (up to 8 channels with GUI, >8 with remote control)
  • Power Analyzer: advanced measurement and analysis software

With superior performance and a small form factor, the Boonton RTP5000 series is ideal for many purposes ranging from design and verification, through manufacturing, to field installation and maintenance. The sensors are trusted by engineers and technicians at industry-leadering companies to measure pulsed, bursted, and/or modulated signals used in commercial and military radar, electronic warfare (EW), wireless communications (e.g., LTE, LTE-A, and 5G), and consumer electronics (WLAN), as well as education and research applications.

Key Specifications

Frequency range                                 50 MHz to 40 GHz

Measurement range                           -60 dBm to +20 dBm

Video bandwidth                                 195 MHz

Rise-time                                             < 3 ns

Time Resolution/Trigger Jitter            100 ps

Min Pulse Width / Max PRF               10 ns / 50 MHz

Measurement Speed                          100,000 per second.

Real-Time Power Processing™

Boonton Real-Time Power Processing™ dramatically reduces the total cycle time for acquiring and processing power measurement samples. By combining a dedicated acquisition engine, hardware trigger, integrated sample buffer, and a real-time optimized parallel processing architecture, Real-Time Power Processing™ performs most of the sweep processing steps simultaneously, beginning immediately after the trigger instead of waiting for the end of the acquisition cycle.

The advantages of the Real-Time Power Processing™ technique are shown in Figure 1a. Key processing steps take place in parallel and keep pace with the signal acquisition. With no added computational overhead to prolong the sweep cycle, the sample buffer cannot overflow. As a result, there is no need to halt acquisition for trace processing. This means gap-free signal acquisition virtually guarantees that intermittent signal phenomena such as transients, dropouts, or interference will be reliably captured and analyzed, shown in Figure 1b. These sorts of events are most often missed by conventional power meters due to the acquisition gaps while processing takes place.

Superior Time Resolution

The RTP5000 series features 100 ps time base resolution and with an acquisition rate up to 100 MSPS, can provide 50 points per division with a time base range as low as 5 ns / division. This enables users to see meaningful waveform information (Figure 2a) missed by alternative power analyzers (Figure 2b). In addition, Boonton’s superior time management enables several other advantages. Pulse widths as narrow as 10 ns can be captured and characterized with outstanding trigger stability (< 100 ps jitter, rms).

To simplify test, the RTP5000 series can measure and calculate 16 common power and timing parameters and display the parameters of interest(Figure 3). Other parameters include: rise time, fall time, pulse average, overshoot, and droop.

Use markers to define a portion of the waveform on which to make measurements. “Between Marker” measurements are ideal for monitoring parameters such as pulse power or crest factor over long intervals.

Powerful Statistical Analysis

Crest factor, or peak-to-average power ratio, is an important measurement for characterizing device- under-test (DUT) performance, such as amplifier linearity. With the Boonton Power Analyzer soft- ware package, users can utilize the complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) to assess the probability of various crest factor values to gain further insight into DUT performance. The CCDF and other statistical values are determined from a very large population of power samples captured at a 100 MSPS acquisition rate on all channels simultaneously.

Measurement Buffer Mode

The RTP5000 series Measurement Buffer mode is a remote control function that works in conjunction with Real-Time Power Processing™ to provide only the relevant burst or pulse information, eliminat- ing the need to download and post-process large sample buffers. As a result, users can collect and analyze measurements from a virtually unlimited number of consecutive pulses or events. A wide variety of parameters can be calculated and plotted, such as duty cycle, pulse repetition rate, pulse width variation, and pulse jitter. In addition, anomalies, such as dropouts, can be identified.

  • 84620400A — Information Card
  • 57500800A — 0.9 m BNC (m) to SMB (m) cable
  • 57500900A — 0.9 m SMB (m) to SMB (m) cable
  • 57401000A — 1.8 m USB A (m) to USB B (m) locking SeaLATCH cable
  • 84620400A — Information Card
  • 57500800A — 0.9 m BNC (m) to SMB (m) cable
  • 57500900A — 0.9 m SMB (m) to SMB (m) cable
  • 57401000A — 1.8 m USB A (m) to USB B (m) locking SeaLATCH cable
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Specifications RTP5006 RTP5008 RTP5318 RTP5518 RTP5340 RTP5540
RF Frequency Range 50 MHz to 6 GHz 50 MHz to 8 GHz 50 MHz to 18 GHz 50 MHz to 18 GHz 50 MHz to 40 GHz 50 MHz to 40 GHz
Dynamic Range
Average -60 to +20 dBm -60 to +20 dBm* -34 to +20 dBm -50 to +20 dBm -34 to +20 dBm -50 to +20 dBm
 -53 to +20 dBm
Pulse -50 to +20 dBm -50 to +20 dBm* -24 to +20 dBm -40 to +20 dBm -24 to +20 dBm -40 to +20 dBm
 -43 to +20 dBm
Internal Trigger Range
Range -38 to +20 dBm -38 to +20 dBm -10 to +20 dBm -27 to +20 dBm -10 to +20 dBm -27 to +20 dBm
Min Pulse Width (fast/std) 10 ns / 3 μs 10 ns / 3 μs 10 ns / 3 μs 200 ns / 3 μs 10 ns / 3 μs 200 ns / 3 μs
Max Repetition Rate 50 MHz 50 MHz 50 MHz 5 MHz 50 MHz 5 MHz
Rise time (fast/std) 3 ns / < 10 μs 4 ns / < 10 μs 5 ns / < 10 μs < 100 ns / < 10 μs 5 ns / < 10 μs < 100 ns / < 10 μs
Video Bandwidth (high/std) 195 MHz / 350 kHz 165 MHz / 350 kHz 70 MHz / 350 kHz 6 MHz / 350 kHz 70 MHz / 350 kHz 6 MHz / 350 kHz
Single-shot Bandwidth 3 5 MHz 35 MHz 3 5 MHz 6 MHz 35 MHz 6 MHz
RF Input Type N, 50 Ω Type N, 50 Ω Type N, 50 Ω Type N, 50 Ω 2.92 mm, 50 Ω 2.92 mm, 50 Ω
VSWR 1.25 (0.05 to 6 GHz) 1.20 (0.05 to 6 GHz) 1.15 (0.05 to 2.0 GHz) 1.15 (0.5 to 2.0 GHz) 1.25 (0.05 to 4.0 GHz) 1.25 (0.5 to 4.0 GHz)
1.25 (6 GHz to 8 GHz) 1.28 (2.0 to 16 GHz) 1.20 (2.0 to 6.0 GHz) 1.65 (4 to 38 GHz) 1.65 (4.0 to 38 GHz)
1.34 (16 to 18 GHz) 1.28 (6.0 to 16 GHz) 2.00 (38 to 40 GHz) 2.00 (38 to 40 GHz)
1.34 (16 to 18 GHz)
* From 50 MHz to 6 GHz
† From >6 GHz to 8 GHz
Series Specifications
Sampling Techniques Real-time / Equivalent Time / Statistical Sampling
Continuous Sample Rate 100 MHz
Effective Sample Rate 10 GHz
Time Base
Time Base Range 5 ns / div to 50 ms / div (pulse mode)
Time Base Accuracy +/- 25 ppm
Time Base Resolution 100 ps (RIS mode)
10 ns (Single-sweep)
Trigger
Trigger Sources Internal (applied RF), External TTL, Crossover (from another sensor)
Trigger Modes Single, Normal, AutoTrig, AutoLevel, Free Run
Trigger Slope Positive or negative
Trigger Delay
Range +/- 1.0 s (timebase dependent)
Resolution 0.02 divisions
Trigger Holdoff (arming control)
Modes Off, Holdoff, Gap (frame) arming
Range 10 ns to 1000 ms
Resolution 10 ns
Trigger Jitter ≤ 0.1 ns rms
Trigger Latency < 10 ns
External Trigger
Logic Thresholds High: > 2.4 V, Low: < 0.7 V
Maximum Input Range -0.1 V to 5.1 V
Input Impedance 10 kOhms
Minimum Pulse Width 10 ns
Maximum Repetition Rate 50 MHz
Speed
Trace Acquisition Speed > 100,000 triggered sweeps / s
Measurement Speed over USB
Triggered or Free-run 100,000 readings / s (buffered mode)
Continuous Query/Response 1000 measurements / s
Interface
Connectivity
Data Interface USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
Device Type USB High-Power device, bus powered
Current draw 500 mA max (480 mA typical)
Connector Type B, locking
Multi-I/O
Connector type SMB female
Input Modes Ext Trig, Crossover Slave, Analog
Output Modes Timebase ref, Sweep, Trig Threshold,
Crossover Master, Status
Software Interface
Application Programming Interface Windows DLL
Graphical User Interface Boonton Power Analyzer™ software
Supported Operating Systems Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
Windows 10
System Hardware Requirements
Processor 1.3 GHz or higher recommended
RAM 512 MB (1 GB or more recommended)
Hard Disk Space Min 1.0 GB free space to install or run
Display Resolution 800 x 600 (1280 x 1024 or higher recommended)
Power Analyzer™ Software
Display Types
Trace (power vs time) Meter (numeric display)
CCDF Statistical measurements
Automatic measurements (pulse / multiple pulse analysis, marker measurements)
Marker Measurements (in Trace View)
Markers (vertical cursors) Settable in time relative to the trigger position
Marker Independently Power at specified time
Pair of Markers:
Min and max power between markers and ratio or average power between them.
Ref Lines (horizontal cursors) Settable in power
Automatic Tracking -
Intersection of either marker and the waveform. Either marker and pulse distal, mesial or proximal levels.
Pulse Mode - Automatic Measurements
Pulse width Pulse period
Pulse rise-time Pulse fall-time
Pulse repetition frequency Pulse duty cycle
Pulse off-time Waveform average
Pulse average Pulse peak
Pulse overshoot Pulse droop
Top level power Bottom level power
Edge delay Pulse edge skew between channels
Statistical Mode - Automatic Measurements
Peak power Average power
Minimum power Peak to average ratio
Dynamic range Percent at reference line
Crest factor at markers Crest factor at various probabilities
Operational Requirements Tests performed per MIL-28800F (Class3)
Operating Temperature 0 C to 55 C
Storage Temperature -40 C to +70 C
Relative Humidity (non-condensing) < 45 % at 50 C
< 75 % at 40 C
< 95 % at 30 C
Altitude 3048 m max
Shock 30 g half-sine, 11 ms duration
Vibration Sinusoidal: 5 Hz to 55 Hz, 3 g max
Random: 10 Hz to 500 Hz, 2.34 g rms
Power Spectral Density: 0.01 g2 / Hz
Regulatory Compliance Class A Equipment
European Union EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, EN 61326:2013, EN 55011:2019
Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU, EN 61010-1:2001
RoHS Directive 2015/863/EU
Australia and New Zealand RCM AS/NZS 4417:2012
General Characteristics
Power Consumption 2.5W max (USB High-Power device)
Dimensions (HxWxD) 1.7” x 1.7” x 5.7”
(4.3 cm x 4.3 cm x 14.5 cm)
Weight 0.8 lbs (0.36 kg)
Warranty 3 years

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RTP5006-ACAL0
17025 Accredited Calibration for RTP5006
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RTP5008-ACAL0
17025 Accredited Calibration for RTP5008
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RTP5318-ACAL0
17025 Accredited Calibration for RTP5318
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RTP5518-ACAL0
17025 Accredited Calibration for RTP5518
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RTP5xxx-CAL1
Prepaid Z540 Calibration for RTP5xxx
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RTP5006-ACAL1
Prepaid 17025 Accredited Calibration for RTP5006
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RTP5008-ACAL1
Prepaid 17025 Accredited Calibration for RTP5008
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RTP5318-ACAL1
Prepaid 17025 Accredited Calibration for RTP5318
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RTP5xxx-CARE1
Prepaid Z540 Calibration and Repair for RTP5xxx
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Included Accessories
57401000A
1.8 m USB A (m) to USB B (m) locking SeaLATCH cable
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84620400A
Information Card
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57500800A
0.9 m BNC (m) to SMB (m) cable
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57500900A
0.9 m SMB (m) to SMB (m) cable
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