Providing the highest video bandwidth and fastest rise times, RTP5000 peak power sensors with Boonton’s Real-Time Power ProcessingTM deliver 100,000 measurements per second, no gaps in signal acquisition and zero measurement latency. Combining this performance with automatic pulse measurements, CCDF and crest factor statistical analysis, multi-channel capabilities and documentation tools RTP5000 peak power sensors are the ideal instrument for fast, accurate and reliable RF power measurements.
- 6 GHz, 18 GHz and 40 GHz RF Power Sensors
- Up to 195 MHz video bandwidth with 3 ns rise time
- Real-Time Power ProcessingTM technology with zero measurement dead time
- 100,000 measurements per second
- Power Analyzer Suite advanced measurement and analysis software
- Crest factor, CCDF and statistical measurements
- 10 GS/s effective sample rate
- 100 MS/s continuous sample rate
- Synchronized multi-channel measurements
|RF Frequency Range||50 MHz to 6 GHz||50 MHz to 18 GHz||50 MHz to 40 GHz||50 MHz to 18 GHz||50 MHz to 40 GHz|
|Average Dynamic Range||-60 to +20 dBm||-34 to +20 dBm||-34 to +20 dBm||-50 to +20 dBm||-50 to +20 dBm|
|Pulse Dynamic Range||-50 to +20 dBm||-24 to +20 dB||-24 to +20 dB||-40 to +20 dBm||-40 to +20 dBm|
|Rise time (fast/slow)||3 ns/<10 μs||5 ns/<10 μs||5 ns/<10 μs||<100 ns/<10 μs||<100 ns/<10 μs|
|Video Bandwidth||195 MHz/350 kH||70 MHz/350 kHz||70 MHz/350 kHz||6 MHz/350 kHz||6 MHz/350 kHz|
|Single-shot Bandwidth||35 MHz||35 MHz||35 MHz||6 MHz||6 MHz|
Wideband Peak Power Sensors (featuring the RTP5000)
This video highlights the advantages, ease of use and acquisition speed of the Boonton RTP5000 Real-Time Power Sensor for measuring Crest Factor (Peak/Average) of an OFDM modulated signal.
Boonton RTP5000 Demo – Memory Buffer Mode
The demo highlights a new feature that never misses a pulse! Measure Peak, Average, and pulse timing parameters of every pulse
Boonton RTP5000 Demo – Importance of Measuring Crest Factor when using a limiter
This demonstration shows how one has to be aware of Crest Factor when using a limiter to protect your communication devices.