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  • Measurement of Electronic Component Impedance Using a Vector Network Analyzer
    impedance. Such methods are based on the use of bridges (with or without auto-balancing), resonators, precision current and voltage meters, and network analyzers. The vector network analyzer (VNA) has recently become a powerful tool for analyzing impedance in a broad band, which partially covers the GHz
  • Spectral Analysis with a Vector Network Analyzer
    Vector network analyzers (VNAs) are widely used in research, manufacturing, and service environments. These instruments contain stimulus signal sources and receivers with one or more frequency converters. Copper Mountain Technologies produces several VNA models including the Planar 304/1 VNA
  • 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.
  • Time Domain with a CMT VNA
    A Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) natively measures complex S-parameters of a device under test (DUT) in the frequency domain mode by sweeping across various frequency points. While there is an exhaustive list of measurements that can be accomplished in the standard frequency domain mode - using
  • Measurements in 75 Ohm Coaxial Transmission Lines Using a 50 Ohm VNA
    One application of a vector network analyzer (VNA) is the measurement of 75 ? coaxial transmission lines. In this article, we will discuss making these measurements using the most common type of VNAs, which have 50 ? test ports, in conjunction with 50?-to-75? Minimum Loss Pads (MLP), i.e.
  • RF Measurement Techniques
    The RF and microwave characteristics commonly used to define the performance of components are typically measured using a vector network analyzer. Since the packages of devices manufactured by Barry Industries, Inc. typically do not have coaxial connectors, the issue of the most appropriate
  • Using a VNA as a Signal Generator
    A common question from users of Copper Mountain Technologies' USB-based Vector Network Analyzers is whether the analyzer can be used as a signal source. Users' motivations for doing so vary, but most commonly the question arises when an additional source is needed in a test setup

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