A new model 8050 Antenna Measurement System by ETS-Lindgren is available from Faraday Pty Ltd.
The ETS-Lindgren Model 8050 Antenna Measurement System is compact, fully anechoic RF enclosure for antenna pattern measurements.
The AMS-8050 is freestanding and built on a moveable cart configuration; it fits into parent buildings without special installation or construction.
The new over-the-air test system for wireless device measurement, AMS-8050, may be used for:
Rapid prototyping of wireless devices
The AMS-8050 is an ideal solution when space is a limitation as it is a self-contained, test lab for making fast, over-the- air performance measurements of small wireless devices and mobile handsets, as well as short range APM. Integrated drawers allow components required for testing to remain with the system. The AMS-8050 is incorporated into a movable chassis so the entire system may be transported between different test stations. The ability to transport the system and store all components within the cart makes it an ideal solution for multiple research and development groups.
Small in size but big on operational throughput, the AMS 8050 System lets the user make fully automated 2-D (polar) and 3-D (spherical) antenna pattern measurements. Quantities such as: total radiated power (TRP), effective isotropic radiated power (EIRP), total isotropic sensitivity (TIS), effective isotropic sensitivity (EIS), near-horizon partial radiated power (NHPRP), and near-horizon partial isotropic sensitivity (NHPIS) can be measured. Over-the-air measurements made in the AMS 8050 have shown good correlation to measurements made in larger, fully compliant chambers.