Testing a mobile is so easy
GSM and DECT measurements                     Fast automatic functional test …           All u...
Sum of experience

Rohde&Schwarz, being one of the
worldwide leading companies in the
field of mobile radio measurements,
Technical features in detail
                                                   Active TFT                  Results at a k...
The Universal Shielded Chamber CTS-         All "cableless" couplers are sensitive to   GSM measurement, test and
   Z12 f...
GSM measurements in detail
                                   Quick test (1)             ...
GSM-specific RF measurements                  User-selectable
Testing at component level
                                   GSM module test            ...
All under remote control
Remote control (option CTS-K6)

Option CTS-K6 allows...
DECT measurements
                                    DECT                      the test...
Bit error rate (6)                            To obtain DECT meas-
The bit error rate measurement fur-           urement...
Common data                                                              GSM measurement of burst power
Specifications (continued)
Audio interface                                                        Ordering information
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  1. 1. 00 0/19 /180 Digital Radio Tester CTS for mobile phones 900 DECT GSM and Tester family for fast and conclusive GSM and DECT measurements in service Compact, modular testers for GSM900/1800/1900 ... and DECT • Fast and precise measurements • Measurements to GSM recom- • Measurements to CTR06 for service and adjustment mendations • Configurable autotest • Brilliant TFT colour display • Quick test (fast go/nogo test) • Manual test for exact fault • Menus in six different languages • Versatile autotest location • Connectors for external monitor • Manual test for exact fault • Off-air measurements via and keyboard to make opera- location sensitive input and power output tion even more convenient • Module test (RF measurements • Universal DECT frequency • Problem-free upgrading of without signalling) range existing units – burst analysis – RF generator – narrowband spectrum monitor • Windows™ application pro- gram for customized autotest
  2. 2. Testing a mobile is so easy GSM and DECT measurements Fast automatic functional test … All under remote control with one and the same tester The automatic test routines of the CTS The Remote Control Option CTS-K6 Digital Radio Tester CTS – a new tester enable you to demonstrate the reliable provides remote control and individual family from Rohde&Schwarz – comes functioning of a GSM or DECT mobile automatic test runs (see page 9). in three models: phone to the customer in a convincing • CTS55 manner. In case of complaints raised Convenient, ergonomic servicing for mobile phones to GSM900/ about mobiles, you will be able to show 1800/1900 your technical competence: right in The CTS adapts itself to the user and not • CTS60 front of the customer the CTS detects vice versa. Operation is extremely easy for DECT phones (portable part and whether the mobile is defective or and does not require any special GSM fixed part) whether the origin of the problems is to or DECT knowledge. Functional tests • CTS65 be sought elsewhere. can immediately be performed without for GSM and DECT any action being required from the user. … and precise Automatic test runs or manual test rou- manual fault tines with a large variety of preset location system-specific parameters are called up menu-driven via softkeys. The CTS Additional man- immediately recognizes any input ual measurement parameters that are not meaningful and routines are pro- limits them to the maximum permissible vided to permit values. Inappropriate entries are thus exact fault loca- largely excluded. tion on the basis of the conclusive Despite its great variety of test and results of the au- measurement capabilities, the CTS tomatic test. The follows one important principle: to CTS allows in- encompass as many features as depth measure- required and to keep them as simple as ments of bit error possible. The CTS is an ergonomically Digital Radio Tester CTS is an extremely rate, phase, frequency and modulation designed dedicated GSM/DECT compact, modular yet powerful meas- errors as well as analysis of timing and mobile tester which presents the essen- uring instrument. It combines great power ramp to be performed with great tial test parameters clearly and ease of operation and the necessary speed and high precision. The grounds extremely user-friendly. test depth for use in all service areas for for a perfect mobile radio service are mobile and cordless phones: from a thus well prepared. High-resolution colour display simple functional test to repairs. Both with outstanding brilliance the newcomer and the service special- Module test down to ist will be able to conveniently carry out component level With its TFT colour display the CTS is fast automatic functional tests as well as exploring new grounds. The excellent complex and comprehensive manual Fitted with the GSM Module Test brilliance and intensity are ideal pre- measurements down to component Option CTS-K7, the CTS provides addi- requisites for eye-strain-free work even level. tional functions allowing repairs down under adverse ambient illumination. to the component level (see page 8). 2 Digital Radio Tester CTS
  3. 3. Sum of experience Rohde&Schwarz, being one of the worldwide leading companies in the field of mobile radio measurements, was able to put its wide range of know- how and expertise into the develop- ment of type-approval systems such as the GSM system simulator and the ex- tremely successful Digital Radiocom- munication Tester CMD for production and service environments. This back- ground was fully utilized in the devel- opment of the Digital Radio Testers CTS, service testers which are also fit for the measurement tasks of the future. Digital Radio Tester CTS 3
  4. 4. Technical features in detail Active TFT Results at a keystroke colour display The specific parameters of the networks The high-resolution TFT and the mobile phones can be preset. colour display is out- An automatic test run which immedi- standing for its bright- ately produces conclusive results can be ness and extremely started simply at a keystroke. large viewing angle which is flexible for For interference-free any requirement. test results: Digital Radio Tester CTS55 for GSM measurements There are no reading universal shielded chamber problems due to reflec- tions on the display or For measuring the receiver sensitivity of due to unfavourable mobile phones, transmit levels below light conditions (direct −90 dBm for DECT phones and even sun light). −100 dBm with GSM mobiles are required. The measurement may be Coloured menus pro- impaired by external interference vide additional means which occurs for instance in the imme- of clearly displaying diate vicinity of base stations. the test results or high- lighting important events such as out-of- tolerance conditions. Digital Radio Tester CTS60 for DECT measurements Flexible user The CTS at a glance interface • User-friendly menu-guided control The CTS can be fully via softkeys controlled via six • Logical user prompting without inter- softkeys and one hard- leaved submenus key. Maximum operat- • Brilliant TFT colour display: a new ing convenience is dimension in this class of instruments obtained by connect- • Menus in six different languages ing an external PC key- • Compact and robust design, low board. Individual key- weight board drivers cater for • Eye-strain-free working country-specific key- • Dynamic range for measuring boards. In addition to the power ramp: GSM >55 dB, the TFT display, an DECT >60 dB external monitor can • Built-in reference oscillator TCXO or alternatively be con- OCXO (option CTS-B1) nected via the VGA • Combined RF input/output for GSM interface. and DECT • DECT off-air measurements via additional input/output • Remote control via RS-232-C 4 Digital Radio Tester CTS
  5. 5. The Universal Shielded Chamber CTS- All "cableless" couplers are sensitive to GSM measurement, test and Z12 from Rohde & Schwarz ensures an radiated interference and should there- adjustment capabilities interference-free measurement environ- fore be effectively screened. The Uni- ment in all cellular mobile radio bands. versal Shielded Chamber CTS-Z12 has • Synchronization of mobile phone It allows error-free measurement of the been optimized for use with the Uni- with base station (which is simulated bit error rate (BER) as well as of the versal Antenna Coupler CTS-Z10 and by CTS) receiver parameters RxLev and RxQual permits undisturbed measurements to • Location update of the mobile phone even under strong be performed. • Call setup (incoming/outgoing) interference. • Call release (incoming/outgoing) CTS ensures optimum interplay • Control and measurement of Functional testing of GSM mobiles is between the shielded chamber and the transmitter power also possible via the Universal Antenna universal coupler. All essential param- • Handover (channel change) Coupler CTS-Z10 without an adapter eters such as input and output coupling, • Sensitivity cable. Antenna coupling in the adapter cable losses and other device- – bit error rate BER and RBER 900 MHz, 1800 MHz and 1900 MHz specific parameters can be stored in – limit sensitivity via bands is via the air interface and allows the CTS and recalled simply at a key- search routine any fault in the antenna to be reliably stroke. – RxLev and RxQual detected. • Phase and frequency error • Power ramp versus time • Timing error • AFC (automatic frequency correc- tion) and RSSI (radio signal strength indication) with optional GSM Module Test CTS-K7 • I/Q modulator adjustment via narrowband spectrum monitor (option CTS-K7) • Echo test (voice test, includes also testing of loudspeaker and micro- phone) • Functional test of mobile’s keypad through display of dialled number • Display of – IMSI (international mobile subscriber identity) – IMEI (international mobile equipment identity) – power class – revision level • Short message service (SMS) Digital Radio Tester CTS65 for GSM and DECT measurements Digital Radio Tester CTS 5
  6. 6. GSM measurements in detail 1 Quick test (1) functions, the CTS checks the transmitter power of the different power classes The quick test provides and the receiver sensitivity by measur- an extremely fast go/ ing the RxLev and RxQual parameters nogo information output by the mobile phone. A digital covering all essential signal processor also enables measure- parts of the mobile ment of the phase and frequency error, phone. A speech test bit error rate and power ramp. (echo test) is carried out immediately after Versatile testing the call setup. The scope of measurements and hence the automatic test run time are variable: Echo test the user can decide whether he wants a Speech received by short test or more in-depth testing. The the microphone of the number of channels or measured val- mobile is sent to the ues can for instance also be adapted to 2 CTS, stored in a buffer the individual requirements. memory and sent back to the phone. In this Display modes way it is possible to The individual results can be displayed check the whole signal as follows: path from the micro- • as an OK/not OK statement in the phone via the RF trans- Pass/Fail mode mitter/receiver sec- • in full detail with accurate values in tion, modulator, de- the Value mode, in tabular form on modulator, signalling the display and, if desired, as a section, speech coder/ printout decoder, analog audio The default tolerance values can be components to the displayed in addition. loudspeaker. Measure- ment sequences and Manual test (6) results are clearly dis- played in graphical Digital Radio Tester CTS provides 3 form. autotest routines as well as extensive manual test functions. Transmitter Autotest (2) power and characteristic receiver parameters such as RxLev and RxQual The autotest routines are displayed. Moreover, the following allow complete func- signalling functions are available: loca- tional tests to be started tion update, call setup and release by at a keystroke. The CTS or mobile. The dialled number as tests cover all essential well as IMSI, IMEI, power class and signalling functions as revision level are indicated. The CTS well as the transmitter also allows the transmission and recep- and receiver charac- tion of short messages SMS (point-to- teristics of the mobile point short message service). phone. In addition to the various signalling 6 Digital Radio Tester CTS
  7. 7. 4 GSM-specific RF measurements User-selectable network Power ramp (3) parameters (MCC, The power ramp can be measured by MNC, NCC, LAC) the CTS with a dynamic range of >55 dB and displayed in numerical or The CTS is able to graphical form. In the graphical display simulate any GSM net- mode the user can choose between work. This is of advan- overall view and partial view selected tage if: with the zoom function. The power ramp • the mobile is to be is evaluated with reference to the train- checked together ing sequence. Out-of-tolerance values with the SIM card of are highlighted. the network • the test SIM card is Phase and frequency error (4) not accepted by the As soon as the training sequence is rec- mobile phone 5 ognized, the CTS carries out these meas- • a test SIM card is urements in accordance with the GSM not available specifications. The results are displayed graphically and numerically. Bit error rate (5) The BER is an essential criterion for eval- uating the receiver characteristics of the mobile phone. The CTS measures these characteristics with the aid of various test routines such as RBER (class Ib; II; FER) and BER (class Ib; II). A search rou- tine allows fast and precise determina- tion of the limit sensitivity of mobile phones. 6 Menus in six languages(6) The multilingual CTS offers the user a choice of six working languages, ie English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Dutch. Digital Radio Tester CTS 7
  8. 8. Testing at component level 1 GSM module test RF generator (2) (option CTS-K7) An independent RF generator gener- The GSM module test ates GSM-specific signals which are provides additional required for adjustments such as AFC functions allowing or RSSI. In addition to the typical mod- repairs down to the ulation patterns (training sequence 0 to component level: 7) a frequency offset corresponding to • burst analysis a permanent 0 or 1 modulation can • RF generator alternatively be entered. • narrowband spec- trum monitor for A second RF output enhances the adjustment of the power range of the CTS (RF OUT2, I/Q modulator –15 dBm to –75 dBm). The mobile phone is Narrowband spectrum monitor (3) set to a special service 2 mode. Usually an ex- The narrowband spectrum monitor in ternal PC is used to the module test option allows fast and control the mobile and convenient adjustment of the I/Q mod- trigger it to send. The ulator of mobile phones. CTS is then able to measure the RF param- The menu is optimized for typical appli- eters of the transmitter cations to ensure problem-free inter- section without the sig- play with the existing software. nalling section of the mobile being re- OCXO reference oscillator quired. (option CTS-B1) Burst analysis (1) It ensures: • excellent absolute accuracy All characteristic test • minimum temperature-dependent parameters of the drift 3 transmitter such as out- • especially high long-term stability put power or phase (aging 0.2 x 10–6/year) and frequency error are clearly displayed In the service mode, the absolute fre- in a menu. quency error of the mobile is measured rather than the error relative to the CTS. The CTS is able to rec- Since the stability of the reference oscil- ognize and analyze lator directly influences the measure- typical modulation ment accuracy, option CTS-B1 should patterns (training be used for this application. sequence, pattern 0 to 8). 8 Digital Radio Tester CTS
  9. 9. All under remote control 1 Remote control (option CTS-K6) Option CTS-K6 allows the CTS to be remote-controlled via the serial inter- face (RS-232-C). All settings of the manual test and module test can be called up via the RS-232-C interface and the results and displays read out. The Windows™ Application Program CTS-GO supplied with this option allows extremely fast and easy gener- ation of individual automatic test runs. A test program with individual toler- ance evaluation can be configured just with a few mouse clicks (1). Individual tolerance values can be 2 stored for each automatic test run. This affords maximum flexibility. Mobile- specific critical parameters can thus be taken into account by selecting appro- priate tolerance values. The test run can very easily be adapted with just a few mouse clicks and stored. Up to six different test sequences per test run can be defined. All RF meas- urements can be performed separately in each test sequence (2). The CTS outputs the results in a meas- urement report (3). The results can also be stored in a PC for archiving or exported via data filters to other pro- 3 grams (eg Microsoft® Excel) for statis- tical evaluation. Digital Radio Tester CTS 9
  10. 10. DECT measurements 1 DECT the test run can be modified depending measurements with on the results, ie certain parts of the CTS60 and CTS65 measurement can be repeated several times or not carried out at all. These two CTS models provide DECT meas- Manual test (2) urements on the fixed part (FP) and on the Central test menu portable part (PP) in Faulty functions detected in the auto- the service mode matic test can be exactly located by (CTR06 mode). They means of the manual test. A central test measure the relevant menu shows the main RF parameters at RF parameters and a glance. All further test routines are check the standard directly available in submenus. signalling. Fast auto- matic functional tests Power ramp (3) 2 as well as comprehen- The CTS measures the power ramp of sive manual measure- the signal sent by an FP or PP with a ments can of course be dynamic range of >60 dB. The power carried out. ramp is evaluated with reference to the P0 bit and allows an accurate timing The two CTS models analysis of the signal in addition to the feature a high-level transmit power measurement. Out-of- output which in con- tolerance values are quickly and pre- junction with the addi- cisely determined with the aid of zoom tional sensitive input functions and colour highlighting. allows off-air measure- ments. RF modulation (4) In the RF modulation menu the demod- Autotest (1) ulated signal is graphically displayed in an oscilloscope window in order to DECT autotests can allow simple and fast detection of typ- simply be generated ical data patterns with the aid of var- 3 and started at the push ious zoom functions. Characteristic of a button. modulation parameters can be meas- ured and numerically displayed for the Each individual func- data patterns "Figure 31; 01010101, tion, eg call setup or 00001111". power measurement, is available as a test Timing (5) step. Tolerance limits The test parameters "Timing Accuracy" for the OK/not OK (FP test only), "Jitter" and "Packet statement are sepa- Delay" (PP test only) provide informa- rately stored for each tion about the accuracy and stability of macro and allow an the sent frame intervals. individual configura- tion. With the aid of conditional branching 10 Digital Radio Tester CTS
  11. 11. 4 Bit error rate (6) To obtain DECT meas- The bit error rate measurement fur- urements of highest ac- nishes reliable information about the re- curacy, an OCXO ref- ceiver characteristics in the FP or PP. The erence oscillator (op- CTS measures the bit and frame error tion CTS-B1) should be rate (BER, FER) and displays both the used (page 8). current measured value and a statistical value averaged over a defined number of frames. 5 DECT measurement, test and adjustment capabilities • Synchronization of DUT with the CTS • Call setup • Call release • Echo test 6 • Detection and display of RFPI (FP) • Normal transmit power (NTP) • Power ramp versus time • Modulation characteristics versus time • Frequency offset • Maximum modulation deviation • Frequency drift • Timing (jitter, packet delay) • Bit error rate (BER), frame error rate (FER) Digital Radio Tester CTS 11
  12. 12. Specifications Common data GSM measurement of burst power Frequency range GSM900 band 890 MHz to 915 MHz GSM1800 band 1710 MHz to 1785 MHz Built-in reference oscillator standard GSM1900 band 1850 MHz to 1910 MHz Frequency drift in Measurement modes • power ramp temperature range +5 °C to 40 °C ≤1 x 10–6 • rms and peak power of burst Aging ≤0.5 x 10–6/year at 35°C Display modes • full burst (view all) • rising edge OCXO reference oscillator option CTS-B1 • useful range Frequency drift in • falling edge temperature range +5 to +40 °C ±0.1 x 10–6 • zoom Aging ≤0.2 x 10–6/year at 35°C Reference level for full dynamic range with 0 dB ext. attenuation 0 dBm to +39 dBm (peak values up to 41 dBm) GSM Dynamic range (P >5 dBm) ≥55 dB Total error of peak power measurement (P >0 dBm) ≤1.5 dB + resolution GSM signal generator Frequency range GSM900 band 935 MHz to 960 MHz Resolution 0.1 dB GSM1800 band 1805 MHz to 1880 MHz GSM1900 band 1930 MHz to 1990 MHz Resolution GSM channel spacing 200 kHz DECT Output level RF IN/OUT with 0 dB ext. attenuation –50 dBm to –110 dBm DECT signal generator RF OUT2 GSM Frequency range 1876.608 MHz to 1935.360 MHz with 0 dB ext. attenuation –20 dBm to –75 dBm and half channels Level error RF IN/OUT ≤1.5 dB Frequency drift same as reference oscillator RF OUT2 GSM ≤2.0 dB Output level Modulation GMSK, B x T = 0.3 RF IN/OUT –100 dBm to –40 dBm RF OUT2 DECT –40 dBm to 0 dBm Narrowband Spectrum Monitor Option CTS-K7 (–20 dBm to 0 dBm if RF IN2 DECT is Span 300 kHz active) Resolution bandwidths 4/10/20/50/100 kHz useable up to 5 dBm Dynamic range (P >5 dBm) Burst switch-off >30 dB ∆f = 0 kHz to 30 kHz typ. 35 dBc Resolution 0.1 dB ∆f = 30 kHz to 150 kHz typ. 50 dBc Level error Markers 3 markers and delta marker RF IN/OUT ≤1.5 dB RF OUT2 DECT ≤2.0 dB GSM signal generator in Module Test Option CTS-K7 Modulation GFSK (B x T = 0.5) Frequency offset –100 kHz to +100 kHz Modulation error <5% (at 288 kHz frequency deviation) Resolution approx. 33 Hz Power ramp CW, burst DECT analyzer Bit modulation none/dummy burst (midamble 0 to 8) Frequency range same as signal generator Measurement range with 0 dB external attenuation GSM peak power meter RF IN/OUT 30 dBm to –30 dBm Frequency range GSM900 band 890 MHz to 915 MHz RF IN2 DECT –35 dBm to –55 dBm GSM1800 band 1710 MHz to 1785 MHz FM demodulator GSM1900 band 1850 MHz to 1910 MHz Frequency range 0 kHz to 450 kHz Measurement range Resolution 1 kHz with 0 dB ext. attenuation –15 dBm to +39 dBm DC offset <3 kHz (peak values up to 41 dBm) Residual FM with 15 dB ext. attenuation 0 dBm to +39 dBm RF IN/OUT <15 kHz, peak, 95% confidence (peak values up 41 dBm) (30 dBm to 5 dBm) Resolution 0.1 dB <5 kHz, peak, 95% confidence Error with 0 dB ext. attenuation (30 dBm to 15 dBm) P >5 dBm ≤1 dB RF IN2 DECT <15 kHz, peak, 95% confidence –5 dBm < P ≤ 5 dBm ≤1.5 dB (–35 dBm to –55 dBm) –15 dBm < P ≤ –5 dBm ≤2 dB <5 kHz, peak, 95% confidence (–35 dBm to –40 dBm) GSM measurement of phase and Level meter frequency error Range Frequency range GSM900 band 890 MHz to 915 MHz RF IN/OUT 30 dBm to –30 dBm GSM1800 band 1710 MHz to 1785 MHz RF IN2 DECT –35 dBm to –55 dBm GSM1900 band 1850 MHz to 1910 MHz Dynamic range ≥60 dB (for P = 24 dBm) Measurement mode • frequency error Resolution 0.5 dB • phase error (rms) and Accuracy phase error (peak) RF IN/OUT <1 dB + resolution (30 dBm to 5 dBm) current value, average value and <2 dB + resolution (<5 dBm) maximum value over several bursts RF IN2 DECT <2 dB + resolution Level range –15 dBm to +39 dBm (–35 dBm to –51 dBm) (peak values up to 41 dBm) <2.5 dB + resolution (<–51 dBm) Internal phase error GSM900 band <1.4 ° (rms) <4.5 ° (peak) GSM1800/1900 band <2.0 ° (rms) <5.5 ° (peak) Frequency measurement uncertainty <15 Hz + drift of timebase Digital Radio Tester CTS 12
  13. 13. Specifications (continued) Audio interface Ordering information Output unbalanced Range 558 mV, 300 Hz to 3 kHz Output impedance <10 Ω (RL >2 kΩ) Order designation S/N + THD 30 dB at max. level Digital Radio Tester (GSM) CTS 55 1094.0006.55 Passband ripple 0.5 dB Digital Radio Tester (DECT) CTS 60 1094.0006.60 Input unbalanced Digital Radio Tester (GSM and DECT) CTS 65 1094.0006.65 Range 80 mV, 300 Hz to 3 kHz Input impedance 22 kΩ Options S/N + THD 30 dB at max. level OCXO Reference Oscillator Passband ripple 0.5 dB Aging 0.2 x 10–6/year CTS-B1 1079.0809.02 GSM Remote Control (with DECT applications averaging 10 bursts Application Software for Windows™) CTS-K6 1079.2001.01 Accuracy and stability GSM Module Test 1 ) C TS-K7 1079.2501.02 of RF carrier Error <2 kHz + reference Modification and upgrade kits Accuracy and stability of Upgrade CTS55 to CTS65 1) CTS-U56 1079.1605.02 timing Upgrade CTS60 to CTS65 CTS-U65 1079.1705.02 Error <0.1 µs + reference Modification: new front panel with Modulation section 1, 2, 4 RF OUT2 on front CTS-U7 1079.1805.02 Error approx. 11 kHz with min. (202 kHz) permissible deviation Recommended extras approx. 13 kHz with max. (403 kHz) Universal Shielded Chamber CTS-Z12 1079.1470.02 permissible deviation Antenna Coupler (for handheld Frequency drift telephones 900/1800/1900 MHz) CTS-Z10 1079.1240.02 Error approx. 1 kHz/ms (over 200 bursts) GSM Test SIM CRT-Z2 1039.9005.02 Transmit power DECT antenna (with N connector) 1086.3116.00 Measurement accuracy Compact Keyboard RF IN/OUT <1 dB + resolution (30 dBm to 5 dBm) German PSP-Z1 1091.4000.02 <2 dB + resolution (<5 dBm) US PSP-Z2 1091.4100.02 RF IN2 DECT <2 dB + resolution (–35 dBm to Production Calibration DCV-1 0240.2187.08 –51 dBm) Service Manual 1094.3405.24 <2.5 dB + resolution (<–51 dBm) Power versus time Power measurement accuracy RF IN/OUT <1 dB + resolution (30 dBm to 5 dBm) <2 dB + resolution (<5 dBm) RF IN2 DECT <2 dB + resolution (–35 dBm to –51 dBm) <2.5 dB + resolution (<–51 dBm) Timing measurement accuracy <0.1 µs + reference General data VSWR at all RF connectors ≤1.5 Rated temperature range +5 °C to +40 °C Operating temperature range +5 °C to +45 °C Storage temperature range –25 °C to +60 °C Electromagnetic compatibility complies with requirements of Certified Quality System European EMC Directives Mechanical resistance EN 50081-1 and EN 50082-1 ISO 9001 DQS REG. NO 1954-04 Sine vibration IEC 68-2-6, IEC 1010-1, VG standard 95332-24-A2, MIL-T-28800 D class 5 Random vibration DIN 40046, IEC 68-2-34 Shock MIL-STD-810 D, MIL-T-28800 D classes 3 and 5 Rel. humidity IEC 68-2-3 Power supply 200 V to 240 V AC ±10%, 100 V to 120 V AC ±10%, 50 Hz to 60 Hz ±5% Power consumption approx. 60 W Electrical safety ENG 1010-1; IEC 1010-1, VDE 0411 Part 1 Dimensions (W x H x D) 319 mm x 177 mm x 350 mm Weight CTS55, CTS60 approx. 7.8 kg CTS65 approx. 8.8 kg 1) CTS-U7 is required for units manufactured in May 1998 or before. Digital Radio Tester CTS 13
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