CPS2000 True Average Connected Power Sensors

CPS2000 True Average Connected Power Sensors provide USB, LAN and PoE capabilities to enable easy RF power measurement of modulated and CW signals from 50 MHZ to 8 GHz. Compatible with Windows and Linux systems, CPS2000 sensors include all the necessary drivers for programming through SCPI, IVI and LabVIEW. Connectivity and compatibility, combined with 60 dB dynamic range and 100 measurements per second, CPS2000 sensors are the ideal solution for lab, field, production test, ATE, remote monitoring and embedded environments.

  • 50 MHz to 8 GHz frequency range
  • -40 dBm to + 20 dBm dynamic range
  • True average power measurements for CW and Modulated signals
  • USB, LAN and PoE connectivity
  • SCPI, IVI and LabVIEW programming
  • Windows and Linux compatibility
  • >100 measurements per second
  • Synchronized multi-channel measurement
  • Streamlined user interface for fast, accurate measurements

CPS2008 CPS2008 True-Average Connected Power Sensor
Includes USB 2.0 Type A Male to Type B Male cable and URL for manuals and software
48402500A PoE Injector, IEEE-802.3af
57401300A 7 ft Ethernet cable
48402600A USB AC adapter
57401000A 6 ft SeaLATCH locking USB cable

Principles of RF Power Measurement

A primer on RF and Microwave Power measurements

RF Power measurement techniques have evolved considerably since the earliest days of wireless. “Principles of RF Power Measurements” provides the reader an in depth guide to key methodologies for measuring CW, average and peak RF power signals using thermistor, diode detector, RF receiver-based, direct RF sampling, and monolithic IC techniques.

Boonton 2018 Catalog

Boonton’s portfolio includes Peak and Average power meters, RF voltmeters, Modulation & Audio meters.
Boonton’s diverse and innovative products are used in terrestrial and satellite communication, radar, telemetry, avionics, military, and an expanding number of wireless communication applications. For more information on Boonton products download the catalog.