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Vector Network Analyzers - Time Domain Analysis License, PXIe-5630 Vector Network Analyzer -- 781800-01Supplier: National Instruments
Description: The NI PXIe-5630 is a 6 GHz, 2-port vector network analyzer (VNA) with support for vector measurements of transmission and reflection (T/R) coefficients, which are also represented as the forward S-parameters S11 and S21. The 10 MHz to 6 GHz frequency range, a wide dynamic range of greater than 100
- Frequency Range: 1.00E7 to 6.00E9 Hz
Supplier: Hensley Technologies, Inc.
Description: The Agilent E5061B is a network analyzer, covering the broad frequency range of 5 Hz to 3 GHz , in one instrument. Applications range from general RF measurements such as filter and amplifier test to LF (low frequency) measurements such as loop-gain evaluation of DC-DC converters. The wideShow More
Description: with a Keysight Agilent HP 8510C vector network analyzer, a 50 GHz S-parameter test set, a 50 GHz synthesized sweeper, and 2.4 mm measurement accessories. Option 005 adds step attenuators and bias tees to the test set; option 007 provides high power and high dynamic range. The instruments are integratedShow More
Spectrum Analyzers and Signal Analyzers - Network/Spectrum/Impedance Analyzer -- Keysight Agilent HP 4395A
Description: , and S parameters. As a vector network analyzer, the Keysight Agilent HP 4395A operates from 10Hz to 500MHz with 1 mHz resolution; and its integrated synthesized source provides -50 to + 15dBm of output power with 0.1 dB resolution. The dynamic magnitude and phase accuracy are +/-0.05dB and +/-0.3degShow More
Spectrum Analyzers and Signal Analyzers - 4.0 MHz-1.0 GHz VIA Analyzer -- AEA Technology VIA Echo 1000 (6025-5100)
Description: The Echo is a hand-held Vector Impedance Analyzer (Vector Network Analyzer), Spectrum Analyzer, Power Meter, and Frequency Domain Reflectometer (FDR) in one instrument. Echo models come in frequency ranges of 4MHz-to-1.0GHz or 4MHz-to-2.5GHz. The VIA Echo Network Analyzer was designed
- Frequency Range: 4.00E6 to 1.00E9 Hz
Spectrum Analyzers and Signal Analyzers - NI PXI-5660 2.7 GHz RF Vector Signal Analyzer, 32 MB -- 778284-01Supplier: National Instruments
Description: The NI PXI-5660 is a modular 2.7 GHz RF vector signal analyzer (VSA) optimized for automated test. It provides high-throughput RF measurements in a compact, 3U PXI package. The PXI-5660 features a wide real-time bandwidth, a highly stable timebase, and flexible software tools that can handle
- Mounting Type: Fixed
- Analyzer Type: PC-Based
- Test Type: Modulation
- Frequency Range: 9000 to 2.70E9 Hz
Description: calibrations Reliable solid-state switching Straight-forward non-insertable device calibration The Keysight Agilent HP 85099B RF electronic calibration (ECal) module makes calibration of vector network analyzers fast, easy and accurate. The new RF ECal system is now easily controlled by one of twoShow More
Supplier: Maury Microwave Corporation
Description: These metrology grade sliding terminations achieve a high level of accuracy, stability and repeatability as impedance standards for calibrating vector network analyzers (VNAs) and in other critical, precision measurement applications. These instruments feature a one-piece inner and outer conductor
- Terminator Type: RF Terminator, Coaxial Terminator
- RF Connector Type: 2.92 mm
- Power Rating: 500 milliwatts
- VSWR: 1.1 :1
Supplier: Tektronix, Inc.
Description: solutions to discover short transient spectral events that slip past conventional spectrum and batch processing vector signal analyzers. The portability allows easy instrument sharing in the laboratory environment and robust all-day battery operation in the field, all with the largest display in its class
- Mounting Type: Handheld
- Analyzer Type: Instrument
- Test Type: Modulation, Noise
- Frequency Range: 10000 to 6.20E9 Hz
Supplier: Maury Microwave Corporation
Description: When properly calibrated against known standards, Vector Network Analyzers (VNAs), provide the most accurate means of determining the one- and two-port network characterisitics of RF and microwave devices. Calibration effectiveness (a VNA's ability to reduce error terms to negligible values
- Calibrator Style: Portable, Other Specific Calibration
- Signal / Waveform Generator Output: Yes
- Frequency Range: 1 to 1.00E10
- Application Software Included: Yes
Supplier: Hensley Technologies, Inc.
Description: The Agilent 85091C RF electronic calibration (ECal) module makes calibration of vector network analyzers fast, easy, and accurate. ECal is a precision, single-connection calibration technique for your vector network analyzer. Performing a full two-port calibration takes less than half the timeShow More
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High - Performance Coaxial Adapter DC to 67 GHz
adapters are manufactured to MIL-STD-348 test-grade requirements ensuring stable phase-matched performance. Users of KRYTAR adapters will find exceptional operation in critical applications such as in measurement systems with vector network analyzers (VNAs) requiring phase and amplitude stability and repeatability. To provide ruggedness and versatility in the lab, or in the field, the RoHS-compliant adapter is constructed with passivated stainless-steel bodies and gold-played beryllium-copper (BeCu... (read more)
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Vector Network Analyzer Primer Application Note
This application note provides a summary description of the operation and capabilities of a Vector Network. Analyzer (VNA), including general considerations of front panel operation and measurement methods. Included in this paper are discussions on the following topics: * System description
Primer on Vector Network Analysis
Anritsu Vector Network Analyzers (VNAs) measure the magnitude and phase characteristics of networks that include passives (e.g., diplexers, cables, filters, antennas, SAW devices, balanced and unbalanced); Integrated amplifiers, ICs, LNAs; mixers; power amplifiers; and tower mounted amplifiers
Optimizing Your Millimeter Wave Test Capability
This white paper discusses the challenges associated with millimeter-wave testing and how to optimize your Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) measurement capability to provide the confidence required to make performance/cost tradeoffs.
Mixer VNA Measurements Application Note
Frequency translated devices are key components of any communication system, whether they are up-converters, down-converters or basic mixers. Since their input and output frequencies are different, they require special features and setups for Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) measurements
Reflectometer Measurements - Revisited
. Today while scalars are still used, the Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) has also become common in both engineering and manufacturing environments. Many measurements are made and recorded with little attention given to the actual accuracy of the measurement. This Review will include some of the material
Measurement of Radar Cross Section Using the VNA Master Handheld VNA Application Note
by the target. This application note describes how a. modern battery-powered / portable Microwave Vector Network Analyzer with Time Domain Gating can make it. easy to do RCS tests on the flight line or in the field.
Techniques for VNA Measurements of Non-insertable Devices
While the simplest coaxial two port device to measure on a vector network analyzer (VNA) would be insertable (i.e., one male and one female connector), these are often in a minority of the devices to be tested. As a result, adapters or some other techniques are required during the calibration
Understanding Directivity Application Note
and the coupler. This paper discusses the use and application of directional devices for impedance measurements and the factors that contribute to reflection measurement uncertainty. Additional information on Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) measurements can be obtained in other Anritsu Application Notes.
Three and Four Port S-parameter Measurements
Calibrations are the critical first step to multiport vector network analyzer (VNA) measurements and there are many choices. A mixed-mode S-parameter representation for balanced devices is also increasingly important and relatively easy to understand. With the increasing use of multi-port
Typical Performance Results for 3 GHz Attenuator 41-180
This application note provides some typical results for a 41-180 attenuator measured using an HP8752 3 GHz Vector Network Analyzer. All the results were obtained with the attenuator placed in a Pickering PXI chassis and connected to the HP8752 by standard quality coaxial leads approximately 350 mm
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A Low-Cost Hands-On Laboratory for an Undergraduate Microwave Course
Measurements obtained are then compared to meas- urements performed on an actual vector network analyzer instru- ment , and to an additional scalar network analyzer built by the stu- dents based on laboratory-grade directional couplers.
Broad-band poly-harmonic distortion (PHD) behavioral models from fast automated simulations and large-signal vectorial network measurements
… managed the Computer Aided Engineering, Modeling, and Advanced Characterization Group Microwave Technology Center, where he led the establishment of capabilities including characterization and modeling with advanced pulsed bias, pulsed S-parameters, and large-signal vector network analyzer instruments for proprietary research and …
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