Agilent RF Vector Network Analyzer FieldFox World’s most accurate handheld vector network analyzer

Agilent RF Vector Network Analyzer FieldFox World’s most accurate handheld vector network analyzer
Agilent FieldFox RF Vector Network Analyzer
N9923A 4/6 GHz
Technical Overview
World’s most accurate handheld vector network analyzer
World’s Most Accurate
Handheld Vector
Network Analyzer
The first step in ensuring that wireless
communication systems are running at their
optimum level is to verify that RF components
in the system, such as cables, antennas, and
filters are properly tested and kept in good
condition. The majority of these tests are
conducted in the field or in a warehouse,
where bench top instruments are not readily
available, testing space is limited, or where
a power source is simply not available.
Agilent’s handheld FieldFox RF Vector
Network Analyzer (VNA) is designed to make
network analysis measurements in the field
easier, convenient, and the most reliable.
QuickCal revolutionizes
calibration in the field
The number one challenge in making accurate
network analyzer measurements in the
field is reliability, where large temperature
fluctuations are common. Agilent’s FieldFox
RF VNA is the only handheld network analyzer
with QuickCal technology that allows operators
to easily correct for drift errors caused by
temperature changes. QuickCal is a built-in
calibration system that provides worry-free
accuracy and reliability. FieldFox’s built-in
standards make calibration simpler, by
eliminating the need to carry mechanical
calibration kits into the field.
Unmatched reliability
for day-to-day tests
Whether you are testing a flight line for the air
force, an RF system on a war ship, a wireless
communication cable and antenna system,
tuning RF components, or making other general
purpose network analyzer measurements —
the FieldFox RF VNA provides unmatched
measurement reliability, stability, and efficiency
for your every day test needs. The FieldFox RF
VNA also builds on Agilent’s 40-year legacy
of network analysis leadership in calibration,
accuracy, and innovation.
Key measurements
• Full 2-port error corrected
S-parameters, magnitude and phase
• Time domain analysis with gating
• Cable and antenna test
(distance-to-fault, return loss, and VSWR)
• Cable loss measurement (1-port)
• Insertion loss and transmission
measurement (2-port)
• Magnitude, phase, Smith chart, polar
display, group delay and more
• Vector voltmeter (1- and 2- channel)
• Power meter with external USB
power sensor
Key differentiators
• Built-in QuickCal enables calibration
without a cal kit
• Best measurement stability over time
and temperature
• Industry’s only handheld network
analyzer with MIL PRF 28800F Class 2
compliance with no exceptions
• Superior system dynamic range of 100 dB
• Easy-to-use, task-driven user interface
• Weather resistant, compact, and
field-friendly design, no fan and vents
Pick up FieldFox for its ergonomics
7.4” W
188 mm
Connector covers
help keep dust out
Anti-glare 6.5 inch
LCD display with
LED backlight
Convenient side
strap makes it
easy to hold and
11.5” H
292 mm
Task-driven keys
are grouped to
easily and
naturally perform
standard field
Portrait design and
large buttons for
easy operation —
even with gloves on
Dedicated marker keys for
quick marker function access
Backlit keypad
Navigate between
four traces using
up/down arrows
…and depend on its durability and convenience
2.8” D
72 mm
Test Port 1
External reference
and external trigger
Connector bay protects
RF connectors
Easily accessible
battery compartment
Test Port 2
Spacious connector design makes
connections fast and simple
LAN port for remote
control using SCPI
and fast data transfer
Micro SD flash card
slot for additional
data storage
Gasketed doors protect
ports from moisture
shoulder strap clips
Headphone jack
USB ports for convenient data
transfer and GPS receiver
Key Measurements
Vector Network Analysis
The base FieldFox RF VNA provides transmission/reflection (T/R) measurements, or S11
and S21, with magnitude and phase.
RF source
Test port 1
Test port 2
Adding Option 122 (full 2-port S-parameters)
brings new levels of accuracy and convenience for testing RF components. A full
2-port network analyzer lets you measure the
forward and reverse characteristics of your
components without having to disconnect, turn
around, and reconnect them to the analyzer.
It also provides full 2-port calibration to give
you the best measurement accuracy possible.
Depending upon your application, you can
choose the optimum performance level of
an S-parameter analyzer (Option 122) or
transmission reflection analyzer (base model).
You also can simultaneously measure and view
all four S-parameters, with a single connection.
Smith chart display
Make multiple measurements simultaneously
FieldFox VNA contains four independent,
sensitive receivers. The receivers provide
more than 100 dB of dynamic range for vector
measurements of high rejection, narrowband
devices such RF filters. The receivers also
make possible full 2-port error correction with
the Unknown Thru method, allowing you to
measure non-insertable devices.
Key Measurements
Cable and antenna analyzer
Fifty to sixty percent of cell site problems
are caused by faulty cables, connectors, and
antennas. Degraded feed lines cause poor
coverage, unnecessary handovers, paging
failures and access failures on the uplink. To
avoid service quality problems, it is critical
to keep the cell sites’ cable and antenna
systems in good condition.
Use FieldFox to make return loss, VSWR,
insertion loss/transmission, one-port
cable loss, and distance-to-fault (DTF)
measurements. You can test antennas,
cables, filters, and amplifiers with a single
handheld instrument.
Insertion loss display
View and control the return loss and DTF
displays independently
Return loss and DTF
FieldFox can make return loss and distanceto-fault measurements at the same time. It
helps you correlate overall system degradation
with specific faults in the cable and antenna
The built-in cable editor allows you to edit
existing cable types on-site, and save them as
new cable types with user defined names.
CalReady when the instrument
is turned on
Save time and get right to work with
FieldFox’s CalReady feature, which makes
the unit calibration ready at either test port
immediately following power on or preset.
FieldFox is already calibrated and ready to
make accurate measurements such as S11,
S22, 1-port cable loss, VSWR, return loss, and
DTF measurements at the test port without
having to connect/disconnect additional
cables or calibration devices.
Industry’s first and only QuickCal
FieldFox is the industry’s first and only
handheld network analyzer with a built-in
calibration capability that allows you to
calibrate the network analyzer without carrying
a calibration kit into the field. As with any
test instrument, when you add an additional
device to the test port, such as a jumper cable
or adapter, you need to recalibrate using a
calibration kit (cal kit). QuickCal eliminates
the need to carry and use a cal kit, and also
provides worry-free accuracy and excellent
reliability. QuickCal allows the operator to easily
correct drift errors caused by temperature
changes during instrument operation.
The FieldFox RF VNA’s full 2-port QuickCal
supports measurements such as transmission/
reflection, S21, S12, S11, S22, 1-port cable
loss, VSWR, return loss, DTF, and gain/
insertion loss. Full 2-port QuickCal is based
on Agilent’s Unknown Thru calibration
methodology, providing an accurate way to
measure a non-insertable device,
such as a female-female filter.
Calibration Wizard
Broadband calibration
FieldFox allows you to make broadband
calibrations, which means the instrument
is calibrated over the maximum frequency
range. After a broadband calibration, you can
change the frequency range or number of
points without recalibrating the instrument.
The calibration is interpolated, and accuracy is
User calibration kit support
FieldFox supports many Agilent standard calibration kits. In addition to CalReady
and QuickCal, FieldFox also provides a
comprehensive calibration utility. To obtain
the most accurate measurement, users
need to use cal kits that match their device
connector types. FieldFox allows users to
define their own mechanical calibration kits.
Power meter display
Power meter
FieldFox can connect with the Agilent U2000
Series USB power sensors to make RF/
microwave power measurements up to 24 GHz.
FieldFox provides true average power
measurements with a high dynamic range
from –60 dBm to +44 dBm (sensor dependent).
Vector voltmeter used
for cable trimming
The sensor has an internal zeroing function
and the sensor does not require external
Electrical delay and port extension
For in-fi xture measurements, use FieldFox’s
port extension or electrical delay capability to
easily extend the reference plane to the device
interface for accurate measurements. You can
use the electrical delay capability to measure
deviation from linear phase by removing the
linear portion of the phase delay.
The marker bandwidth/Q factor function simplifies filter testing and tuning.
Time domain
Use time domain
gating to remove
responses. Before
gating: Traces 1
and 3, After gating:
Traces 2 and 4.
With the time domain option, FieldFox
computes the inverse Fourier transform of
the frequency-domain data to display
reflection or transmission coefficients
versus time. Time domain gating can be used
to remove unwanted responses such as
connector mismatch or cable discontinuities,
and the results can be displayed in either
time or frequency domain. FieldFox’s time
domain function supports both low pass
mode and band pass mode, enabling users
to measure both broadband and frequencyselective devices.
Vector voltmeter
Using FieldFox’s vector voltmeter (VVM), the
phase shift and electrical length of a device
can be measured. By utilizing the “zero”
function, the phase and electrical length of
one device can be measured relative to a
“golden device”. You can view results on the
large display.
The VVM option also provides ratio measurements of two receivers or two channels,
A/B or B/A. An external signal source is
required for this measurement. You can use
this capability to verify the magnitude and
phase differences between multiple signal
VVM applications:
• Cable trimming of phase matched cables
• Verifying the isolation of 2-port components
• Radio navigation – VHF omnidirectional radio
range (VOR) and instrumentation landing system (ILS)
75 ohm device test
Most of the components used in cable
TV systems are 75 ohm, like cables, filters,
splitters and switches.
You can use the FieldFox RF VNA to measure
75-ohm devices easily. QuickCal, combined
with a 50/75 ohm adapter (eg. Agilent
part: N9910X-846) at each port and a 75 ohm
load, turns the instrument into a 75 ohm
tester. Alternatively you can use any of
Agilent’s 75 ohm calibration kits, along with
a pair of 50/75 ohm adapters.
Cable TV
system, cable
TV is a 75 ohm
Feature and Benefit Summary
Comprehensive measurement capabilities
Vector network
Provides accurate network analysis of RF components and
enables you to measure and display all four S-parameters
simultaneously, with a single connection. This means you can
quickly and accurately characterize the device under test, using a
handheld instrument.
Cable and antenna
• Return loss, SWR
• Distance-to-fault
Return loss/SWR measurements allow you to evaluate the
impedance matching performance of a feed line across the
frequency range of interest.
Distance-to-fault measurements help you identify faults along a
feed line. You can use these measurements to precisely pinpoint
the location of damaged or degraded antennas, connectors,
amplifiers, filters, duplexers, or other components.
Perform and view return loss and distanceto-fault measurements at the same time
FieldFox provides up to a 1001 data-point resolution to help
accurately locate faults and extend measurement distance.
Transmission test
• Cable loss
• Insertion loss
• Amplifier gain
Transmission tests are used to accurately measure cable loss,
insertion loss (filters) and amplifier gain (tower mounted amplifier). FieldFox offers 2-port transmission magnitude and phase
measurements with a typical dynamic range of 100 dB.
One-port cable loss
For already-installed cables, FieldFox accurately measures
one-port cable loss. The instrument measures the actual cable
loss, without the need for additional computations.
CalReady at test port
Each instrument is calibrated at the test ports. When you power
up the instrument, it is ready to make accurate measurements
such as S11, S22, one-port cable loss, VSWR, return loss and DTF
at the test port.
The industry’s first and only built-in calibration system allows you
to calibrate the network analyzer without carrying a calibration
kit into the field. QuickCal eliminates the hassle of carrying and
using a cal kit, plus provides worry-free accuracy and excellent
Tower mounted amplifier (TMA) measurement
QuickCal allows operators to easily correct for drift errors
caused by temperature changes during instrument operation. Full
2-port QuickCal is based on Agilent’s Unknown Thru calibration
methodology. It is an accurate way to measure non insertable
devices, such as female-female diplexers.
Mechanical calibration Open-short-load (OSL) calibration is standard in FieldFox.
Common calibration kit constants are preloaded in the
instrument. Additional kits can be added by users.
Filter and amplifier measurement
Time domain
Using the time domain feature, you can display reflection or
transmission coefficients versus time. Time domain gating can
be used to remove unwanted responses such as connector mismatch or cable discontinuities.
Feature and Benefit Summary
Comprehensive measurement capabilities continued
Interference rejection
The FieldFox RF VNA interference rejection mode is able to make
reliable return loss and distance-to-fault measurements of cable
and antenna systems under high interference signal environments. It can make valid measurements for interference signals
coupled into the system up to +16 dBm.
Power meter
Makes accurate true average power measurements without the
need for a power meter. The state-of-the-art Agilent USB power
sensors provide measurements up to 24 GHz.
Smith chart
Smith charts can be used to display impedance matching
characteristics in cable and antenna systems.
Vector voltmeter
The large vector voltmeter display makes it easy to match two
or more device’s electric length and ensure signals that travel on
different devices have the same delay.
Electrical delay
Using the electrical delay function, you can remove the linear
portion of the phase shift and view the deviation from linear
Port extension
Allows you to extend the reference plan after calibration. This
feature is useful for measurements such as in-fixture test,
where calibrating at the DUT or reference plane is cumbersome.
Enables operators to find exact locations, and time/location
stamp their measurement reports. The GPS information can be
displayed on the screen, and saved as part of the image or data
file, for reporting purposes.
Smith chart display
Easy-to-use save/recall functions
Data management
Duplexer measurement
Limit lines
Automated pass/fail testing eliminates the guesswork from
your test processes and helps ensure that your components are
aligned and tested to the same specifications at all test stations.
Pass/fail testing is easily accomplished with user-defined
limit lines, which let you quickly and consistently compare
measured data to test limits. The pass/fail results are displayed
clearly on the instrument screen to minimize operator errors or
Save/recall states
Save time and reduce operator errors with recall states. You can
quickly switch between different manufacturing tests simply by
recalling the appropriate instrument state. Saving and recalling
states also eliminates operator errors that occur during repeated
entry of instrument parameters. Each recall state contains all
instrument parameters such as start and stop frequencies, power
level, number of trace points, IF bandwidth, calibration data,
markers, limit lines, and more.
Powerful marker
Speed up component test times by using the power of built-in
data markers. Use the six markers per trace to display data in
absolute or relative terms.
Field-proof usability
Make accurate true average power measurements without bringing along a power meter
Transflective display
and backlit keys
The display is designed for easy viewing in indoor and outdoor
settings and in direct sunlight and darkness. Access different
display modes via softkeys.
Functional key access
Front-panel keys make it easy to perform tasks and make
Provides task-driven user interface to simplify the measurements.
Rugged design
Water-resistant chassis, The case is made from polycarbonates that withstand wide
keypad and case design temperature ranges and salty, humid environments.
Transflective display makes it easy to read
measurements in direct sunlight
RF connector
A specially designed connector bay protects the RF connectors
from damage during drops or other external impacts.
Dust-free design
With no vents or fans in the case, FieldFox resists dust for better
equipment reliability.
Meets tough environmental standard
Industry’s only handheld network analyzer with MIL Class 2
compliance with no exceptions.
Gasketed ports
Protects instrument from moisture.
Modern connectivity
USB 2.0 ports
Two USB 2.0 ports can be used to transfer files.
LAN port
Used for data transfer, remote control, and SCPI programming.
Also used with GPS receiver.
SCPI support
SCPI over LAN allows users to automate tests or control a
FieldFox from a remote location.
Micro SD flash card
Use as a data storage device.
FieldFox Data Link
Transfer data from the instrument to a PC for back-office
applications such as baseline analysis and report generation.
Water resistant chassis withstands wide
temperature ranges and humid environments
A condensed version of the specifications is provided here. See the User’s Guide for the complete version;
Specification (spec.):
Warranted performance. Specifications include guardbands to
account for the expected statistical performance distribution,
measurement uncertainties, and changes in performance due to
environmental conditions. The following conditions must be met:
Typical (typ.):
Expected performance of an average unit over a 20 °C to 30 °C
temperature range, unless otherwise indicated; does not include
guardbands. It is not covered by the product warranty. The
FieldFox RF VNA must be within its calibration cycle.
• FieldFox has been turned on at least 10 minutes unless
otherwise specified
Nominal (nom.):
A general, descriptive term or design parameter. It is not tested,
and not covered by the product warranty.
• FieldFox is within its calibration cycle
• Storage or operation at 25 °C ±5 °C range (unless otherwise
Network analysis
S11, S21
S12, S22
System impedance selection:
Magnitude and phase
Magnitude and phase (Option 122)
Log, linear, phase, group delay, VSWR, Smith chart, polar chart, split screen to show different
S-parameters and phases
50 ohm and 75 ohm (with 50/75 ohm adapter)
Frequency range
Option 104:
Option 106:
2 MHz to 4 GHz
2 MHz to 6 GHz
Frequency reference
Aging rate:
Temperature stability:
±2 ppm
±1 ppm
±1 ppm over –10 to 55 ºC
Frequency resolution
1 Hz
Sweep speed
S21, S11
2 MHz to 6 GHz, 30 kHz IFBW, 1001 points 0.695 ms/point
Data points
101, 201, 401, 601, 801, 1001, 1601, 4001, 10,001 (custom number of points can be set using SCPI)
42 dB
System dynamic range (S21)
2 MHz to 6 GHz: 100 dB (typical)
IF bandwidth
300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, and 30 kHz
Output power range
High power:
Low power:
+6 dBm (nominal)
–40 dBm (nominal)
Trace noise (high output power, IF bandwidth = 300 Hz)
< 0.01 dB rms
Immunity to interference
+16 dBm (nominal)
Maximum input level port 1 or port 2
+23 dBm /±50 VDC
Cable and antenna analyzer (Option 305)
Return loss
Distance-to-fault (DTF):
Cable loss (1-port):
Range = (n - 1)/(span*2) x Vf (velocity factor in cable) x C (light speed)
Resolution = range/number of points
Number of points: 101, 201, 401, 601, 801, 1001
Distance-to-fault display: Return loss, VSWR , reflection coefficient
Terminated cable under test with short
Transmission measurement (insertion loss and gain)
Calibration types
One port mechanical calibration
Full 2-port mechanical calibration
Enhanced response calibration
QuickCal (1-port and 2-port)
Automatic cal update with frequency change
Vector network analyzer time domain (Option 010)
Using time domain, data from transmission or reflection measurements in the frequency domain
are converted to the time domain. The time-domain response shows the measured parameter
value versus time.
Time stimulus modes
Low-pass step
This stimulus, similar to a traditional time domain reflectometer (TDR) stimulus waveform, is
used to measure low-pass devices. The frequency-domain data should extend from DC
(extrapolated value) to a higher value.
Low-pass impulse
This stimulus is also used to measure low-pass devices.
Bandpass impulse
The bandpass impulse stimulates a pulsed RF signal and is used to measure the time-domain
response of band-limited devices.
The windowing function can be used to filter the frequency-domain data and thereby reduce
overshoot and ringing in the time-domain response.
The gating function can be used to selectively remove reflection or transmission time-domain
responses. In converting back to the frequency domain the effects of the responses outside the
gate are removed.
Power meter measurement (Option 302)
Frequency range
9 kHz to 24 GHz (sensor dependent)
USB power sensor
9 kHz to 24 GHz: see Agilent U2000 Series USB power sensor specifications for details
General specifications
Connector type (port 1 and port 2)
Type N female
Test port impedance
50 ohm
External reference
Input type:
Reference frequency:
Required level:
BNC female
10 MHz
–5 dBm to 10 dBm
External trigger input
10 kΩ
Level range:
Rise edge: 17V; falling edge: 1V
6.5” transflective, color VGA LED backlit 640 x 480 with anti-glare coating
Built-in speaker
Headphone jack
Built-in headphone jack
2 x USB 2.0; 1 x micro USB; 1 x LAN
Latitude, longitude, elevation, and accurate time are provided. The GPS information can be displayed on the screen and saved
as part of the image or data file. The GPS capability is standard with all N9912A FieldFox RF analyzers. An external USB GPS
receiver is required. Agilent recommends the Microsoft Streets & Trips, or Microsoft AutoRoute with GPS locator.
Internal storage
Minimum 16 MB, up to 1000 traces
External storage
1 x micro SD slot and 2 x USB 2.0
Complies with European EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
▪ IEC/EN 61326-1
▪ CISPR Pub 11 Group 1, Class A
▪ ICES/NMB-001
▪ IEC/EN 61000-4-2, functional up to 20 kV test
Complies with European Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
• IEC/EN 61010-1 2nd Edition
• Canada: CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1-04
• USA: UL 61010-1 2nd Edition
Compliant with MIL-PRE-28800F Class 2 general requirements - no exceptions
Non operating:
–10 ºC to 55 ºC
–51 ºC to 71 ºC
6 lbs / 2.7 kg including battery
Dimensions (H x W x D)
292 x 188 x 72 mm (11.5″ x 7.4″ x 2.8″)
Power supply
External DC input: 15 to 19 VDC
External AC power adapter
Power consumption:
Battery operating time:
100 to 250 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz; 1.25 to 0.56 A
15 VDC, 4 A
14 W (typical)
6 cell Lithium Ion, 10.8 V, 4.6 A-h
3.5 hours
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Configuration Information
N9923A FieldFox RF vector network analyzer options
Option 104
Option 106
4 GHz RF vector network analyzer, transmission/reflection
6 GHz RF vector network analyzer, transmission/reflection
Option 112
Option 122
Full 2-port S-parameters
Option 010
Option 305
Option 302
Option 308
Time domain
Cable and antenna analyzer
External USB power sensor support
Vector voltmeter
Standard accessories
AC/DC adapter; battery; soft carrying case; LAN cable, Quick Reference Guide, and full manual
N9910X RF/MW handheld analyzer accessories
T-calibration kit, DC-6 GHz, Type-N (m)
T-calibration kit, DC-6 GHz, Type-N (f)
T-calibration kit, DC-6 GHz, 7/16 DIN (m)
T-calibration kit, DC-6 GHz, 7/16 DIN (f)
4-in-1 OSLT mechanical calibration kit, DC to 9 GHz, Type-N (m), 50 ohm
4-in-1 OSLT mechanical calibration kit, DC to 9 GHz, Type-N (f), 50 ohm
Rugged phase-stable cable, Type-N (m) to Type-N (m), 5 ft
Rugged phase-stable cable, Type-N (m) to Type-N (f), 5 ft
Rugged phase-stable cable, Type-N (m) to Type-N (m), 12 ft
Rugged phase-stable cable, Type-N (m) to Type-N (f), 12 ft
Rugged phase-stable cable, Type-N (m) to 7/16 (m), 60 inch or 1.5 m
Rugged phase-stable cable, Type - N (m) to 7/16 (m), 12 ft or 3.6 m
Rugged phase-stable cable, Type-N (m) to Type-N (f), 3.28 ft or 1 m
Rugged phase-stable cable, Type-N (m) to Type-N (m), 3.28 ft or 1 m
Coaxial adapter, Type-N (m) to 7/16 DIN (f)
Adapter kit: Type-N (f) to 7/16 DIN (f), Type-N (f) to 7/16 DIN (m), Type-N (f) to Type-N (f)
Coaxial adapter, Type-N (m) 50 ohm to Type-N (f) 75 ohm
(recommend quantity 2 for 75 ohm measurements)
Fixed attenuator, 40 dB, 100 W, DC-3 GHz, Type-N (m) to Type-N (f)
Fixed attenuator, 40 dB, 50 W, DC-8.5 GHz, Type-N (m) to Type-N (f)
Extra battery
External battery charger
AD/DC adapter
External bias-tee, 2.5 MHz to 6 GHz, 1 W, 0.5 A
Extra soft carrying case with backpack and shoulder strap
DC car charger and adapter
Hard transit case
For more information go to:
FieldFox Accessories
Phase stable cable, N9910X-810
Bias-tee, N9910X-874
Adapter kit, N9910X-845
100 Watt attenuator, N9910X-860
T-Cal kits
Soft carrying case with backpack and sh
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For an extra soft carrying case order N9910X-880.
Hard transit case, N9910X-881
AC/DC adapter, N9910X-873
FieldFox fi ts inside hard transit case
External battery charger,
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