Supplier: Electro Rent Corporation
Description: Agilent N8487A 50MHz-50GHz Average Thermocouple Power Sensor SWR, 1.22 at 18-26.5GHz, 1.3 at 26.5-40GHz, and 1.34 at 40-50GHz. Power Range -35 to +20dBm (316W to 100mW). Connector 2.4mm (m). Designed for use with power meters: See also AT-8487A. Compatible with EPM, EPM-P and P-series power meters
Spectrum Analyzers and Signal Analyzers - Handheld Cable & Antenna Analyzer with Spectrum Analyzer -- ANR-S332ESupplier: Electro Rent Corporation
Description: Anritsu/Wiltron S332E2MHz to 4GHz Site Master handheld cable and antenna analyzer,with 100kHz to 4GHz spectrum analyzer.Handheld scalar network analyzer optimized for antenna measurements.Measures return loss, distance-to-fault, and SWR. Power meter option usesbuilt-in detector, eliminating
Supplier: Solid Signal
Description: The PDC2 test instrument is a compact 3-function test meter designed to indicate the condition of any 52 ohm antenna and antenna coax used for CB radio operation by testing for Standing Wave Ratio (SWR), relative RF power, or field strength.Features:PDC2 SWR/RF/Field Strength Testmeter With 2
Supplier: Solid Signal
Description: The Uniden Bearcat Pro Series 40 Channel CB Radio includes 7 Weather Channels and Delta Tune. ● 7 Weather Channels ● PA/CB Switch ● Additional Features: Analog S/RF/SWR Meter, Backlit Control Knobs
Supplier: Hensley Technologies, Inc.
Description: The Agilent 8485A thermocouple power sensor is designed for use with the EPM series, EPM-P series, 70100A, E1416A and the discontinued 43x power meters, and provides extraordinary accuracy and stability. The 8485A power sensor gives you extremely low SWR, and is traceable to the U.S. National
Supplier: Uniden America Corporation
Description: It's tough and powerful with a rugged front mic, a 40 channel auto noise/noise blanker switch, instant channel 9, dynamic squelch control, an RF gain, a mic gain, and a channel selector. The PC 78XL also offers a TX/RX indicator, SWR calibration, S/RF/SWR/Mod with a meter and antenna warning.40
Supplier: Howard Computers
Description: It's tough and powerful with a rugged front mic, a 40-channel auto noise/noise blanker switch, instant channel 9, dynamic squelch control, an RF gain, a mic gain, and a channel selector. The PC 78XL also offers a TX/RX indicator, SWR calibration, S/RF/SWR/Mod with a meter and antenna warning.
Description: Detailed Features 40-channel operation Dynamic squelch control RF gain control, mic gain control Extra-long mic cord Instant channel 9 PA/CB switch Channel indicator Analog S/RF/SWR/Mod meter
Supplier: Boonton Electronics Corporation
Description: The overall performance of a power meter dependents on the power sensor employed. Boonton has a variety of quality power sensors to meet virtually all applications. Boonton has a complete line of Peak and Average power sensors up to 40 GHz for all of your fast rise time, wide bandwidth and wide
Noise Generators and Sources - Millimeter-Wave Noise Source, R-Band, 26.5 to 40 GHz -- Agilent R347BSupplier: Hensley Technologies, Inc.
Description: . The noise figure meter then processes the ON/OFF ratio of noise power present in the system IF, and provides an accurate reading of noise figure and gain. The R347B noise source has remarkable ENR stability over time, which allows longer recalibration cycles and more accurate noise figure
Supplier: Precision Measurement Engineering, Inc.
Description: The Array for Real-time Geostrophic Oceanography (ARGOS) antenna is intended for use with oceanographic instruments that transmit data through the ARGOS satellite system. The antenna is fully waterproof and is capable of withstanding submersion in sea water to 2000 meter depths for extended periods
- Applications: Other
- Pattern Type: Omnidirectional
- Primary Frequency Range: 4.02E8 Hz
- VSWR: 2 :1
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(SWR). A SWR of 1:1 is ideal. A SWR of 1.5:1 is considered to be marginally acceptable in low power applications where power loss is more critical, although an SWR as high as 6:1 may still be usable with the right equipment. Minimizing impedance differences at each interface will reduce SWR
Low Phase Noise VCO Design for PCS Handset Applications
. - Minimum components count. - Phase noise at a given frequency offset. - Aggressive PCB layout design and component placement. - Frequency pulling when terminated with SWR > 2 at all. rules with spacing less than 5 mils and placement pads no. phases. larger than component’s land area. - Frequency