993 HP-AgilentKeysight N9923A

993 HP-AgilentKeysight N9923A
Keysight N9923A
FieldFox RF Vector Network Analyzer
2 MHz to 4/6 GHz
Data Sheet
Table of Contents
Definitions....................................................................................................................... 2
FieldFox RF Vector Network Analyzer........................................................................ 3
Cable and Antenna Analyzer (Option 305).............................................................. 10
External USB Power Sensor Support (Option 302)................................................ 10
Vector Voltmeter (Option 308)................................................................................... 11
Block Diagram.............................................................................................................. 12
General Information..................................................................................................... 13
N9923A FieldFox RF VNA Options............................................................................ 15
N9923A Upgrade Options........................................................................................... 16
Calibration Kits............................................................................................................. 16
FieldFox Data Link Software...................................................................................... 17
Definitions
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:
–– FieldFox has been turned on for 10 minutes.
–– FieldFox is within its calibration cycle.
–– FieldFox remains at a stable surrounding environment temperature (between
-10 to 55 °C) for 90 minutes prior to turn-on and during operation.
Typical (typ.)
Expected performance of an average unit at a stable temperature between 20 °C
to 30 °C for 90 minutes prior to turn-on and during operation; does not include
guardbands. It is not covered by the product warranty. The FieldFox must be
within its calibration cycle.
Nominal (nom.)
A general, descriptive term or design parameter. It is not tested, and not covered
by the product warranty.
Calibration
The process of measuring known standards to characterize an instrument’s
systematic (repeatable) errors.
Corrected (residual)
Indicates performance after error correction (calibration). It is determined by the
quality of calibration standards and how well “known” they are, plus system
repeatability, stability, and noise.
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FieldFox RF Vector Network Analyzer
Description
Specification
Supplemental Information
2 MHz to 4 GHz
Option 104
2 MHz to 6 GHz
Option 106
Frequency range
Frequency reference
Accuracy
±2 ppm
Aging rate
±1 ppm/yr
Temperature stability
±1 ppm over -10 to 55 ºC
Frequency resolution
1 Hz < 3.2 GHz
1.2 Hz > 3.2 GHz
Data points
101, 201, 401, 601, 801, 1001, 1601, 4001, 10,001 (custom number of
points can be set using SCPI)
Measurements
S11, S21 magnitude and phase
S22, S12 magnitude and phase (option 122)
Formats
Log magnitude, linear magnitude, VSWR,
phase, Smith chart, polar, group delay,
unwrapped phase, real, imaginary
Directivity
Corrected, with full two-port
calibration, N9910X-800 calibration
kit (option 122)
42 dB
Corrected with QuickCal (option 112)
System impedance
38 dB (typical)
50Ω (nominal)
75Ω with appropriate adapter and
calibration kit
System dynamic range1 (IF bandwidth = 300 Hz)
2 MHz to 6 GHz
90 dB
100 dB (typical)
Receiver dynamic range (IF bandwidth = 300 Hz)
2
2 MHz to 6 GHz
104 dB (typical)
Receiver compression level at 0.1 dB compression
+10 dBm (typical)
Test port output power
High
+5 dBm (nominal)
Low
-40 dBm (nominal)
Manual
Power settable in 1 dB steps
Test port 1 or 2 damage level
2 MHz to 6 GHz
+23 dBm
Trace noise (high output power, IF bandwidth = 300 Hz)
Magnitude
< 3 GHz, 0.008 dB rms (typical)
> 3 GHz, 0.01 dB rms (typical)
Temperature stability
Stability magnitude
0.01 dB/ºC at 23 ºC ±5 ºC (typical)
IF bandwidths
300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz
1. System dynamic range = source maximum output power - receiver noise floor
2. Receiver dynamic range = receiver maximum input level - receiver noise floor
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Description
Information
Display range
Log magnitude S11 or S22
-1000 to 1000 dB
Log magnitude S21 or S12
-1000 to 1000 dB
Log magnitude resolution
0.01 dB
Phase
-180 to +180 degrees
Phase resolution
0.01 degrees
VSWR
1.01 to 1000
VSWR resolution
0.01
Averaging
2 to 999
Two methods: sweep and point averaging
Number of traces
Four traces available. Tr1, Tr2, Tr3, Tr4
Data markers
Each trace has six independent markers that can be displayed simultaneously.
Delta markers are available for each marker.
Marker formats
Default marker format is the trace format. In Smith chart or polar format,
[Real +Imag] or [Mag and Phase] formats are also available.
Marker functions
Peak, Next Peak, Peak Left, Peak Right, Mkr→ Center, Min Search, Peak
Excursion, Peak Threshold, Target, Bandwidth, Tracking
Sweep type
Linear
Sweep time
Set sweep time in seconds
Sweep trigger
Continuous, single
Display formats
Single-trace
Dual-trace overlay (both traces on one graticule)
Dual-trace split (each trace on separate graticules)
Three-trace split (each trace on separate graticules)
Quad-trace split (each trace on separate graticules)
Display data
Display data, memory, data and memory, or data math
Trace math
Vector division or subtraction of current linear measurement values and
memory data.
Scale
Autoscale, scale, reference level, reference position
Autoscale: Automatically selects scale resolution and reference value to
center the trace. Autoscale all scales all visible traces.
Title
Add custom titles to the display.
Limit lines
Define test limit lines that appear on the display for go/no go testing. Lines
may be any combination of horizontal, sloping lines, or discrete data points.
Each trace can have its own limit line. Limit lines can be fixed or relative, and
can be built from existing traces.
Calibration Types
CalReady
Each FieldFox is calibrated at the test port.
Frequency response
Simultaneous magnitude and phase correction of frequency response errors
for either reflection or transmission measurements.
Enhanced response
Corrects for frequency response and source match for transmission measurements, and corrects for reflection frequency response, directivity and source
match errors for reflection measurements.
1-port calibration
Corrects for directivity, frequency response, and source match errors.
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FieldFox RF Vector Network Analyzer continued
Description
Information
2-port calibration
(with option 122)
Full 12-term error correction. Corrects for directivity, source match, reflection
frequency response, load match, and transmission frequency response for
an N9923A with option 122, full two-port S-parameters. Unknown thru and
QSOLT are both available.
1-port QuickCal
(with option 112)
Corrects for directivity, frequency response, and source match errors, using
internal and external standards. QuickCal is most accurate for DUTs with
7/16 and Type-N connectors and measurement uncertainties are provided for
frequencies ≤ 6 GHz. Reduced accuracy for DUTs with 3.5 mm (m), SMA (m),
or other male coaxial connectors; performance is unspecified. QuickCal is not
recommended for DUTs with 3.5 mm (f), SMA (f), or other similar female connectors. QuickCal is not applicable to waveguide.
2-port QuickCal
(with option 112 and 122)
Full 12-term error correction. Corrects for directivity, source match, reflection frequency response, load match, and transmission frequency response.
QuickCal is most accurate for DUTs with 7/16 and Type-N connectors and
measurement uncertainties are provided for frequencies ≤ 6 GHz. Reduced
accuracy for DUTs with 3.5 mm (m), SMA (m), or other male coaxial connectors; performance is unspecified. QuickCal is not recommended for DUTs
with 3.5 mm (f), SMA (f), or other similar female connectors. QuickCal is not
applicable to waveguide.
Guided calibration wizard
FieldFox’s calibration wizard recommends a calibration type and calibration kit
based on selected parameters and connector types. Alternatively, users can
select their own calibration type and calibration kit.
Interpolated error correction
With any type of accuracy enhancement applied, interpolated mode recalculates the error coefficients when the test frequencies are changed. The
number of points can be increased or decreased and the start/stop frequencies can be changed, but the resulting frequency span must be a subset of the
original calibration frequency span.
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Corrected measurement uncertainty, 2-port
or enhanced response cal, high port power
(default power)
Applies to N9923A, N9910X-800 Type-N (m) calibration kit, full 2-port or
enhanced response calibration, IF bandwidth = 300 Hz, no averaging, data based
on high port power of +5 dBm, 2-port cal available only with option 122.
Corrected performance
2 MHz to 4 GHz
Corrected performance
>4 GHz to 6 GHz
Directivity
42 dB
42 dB
Source match
36 dB
36 dB
Load match
40 dB
38 dB
Transmission tracking
±0.02 dB
±0.06 dB
Reflection tracking
±0.06 dB
±0.06 dB
Transmission Magnitude Uncertainty (S11=S22=0)
Transmission Phase Uncertainty (S11=S22=0)
100
2MHz to 4 GHz
2MHz to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
1
10
Phase Uncertainty (deg)
Magnitude Uncertainty (dB)
10
0.1
1
0.01
0.1
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
-80
-70
-60
Device Transmission Magnitude, |S21|, (dB)
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
Device Transmission Magnitude, |S21|, (dB)
Figure 1: Transmission uncertainty (specification)
Reflection Magnitude Uncertainty (S21=S12=0)
Reflection Phase Uncertainty (S21=S12=0)
10
100
2MHz to 4 GHz
2MHz to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
Phase Uncertainty (deg)
Magnitude Uncertainty (dB)
4 GHz to 6 GHz
1
0.1
10
1
-40
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
-40
Device Reflection Magnitude, |S11|, (dB)
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
Device Reflection Magnitude, |S11|, (dB)
Figure 2: Reflection uncertainty (specification)
6
-10
-5
0
Corrected measurement uncertainty, 2-port or
enhanced response cal, low port power
Applies to N9923A, N9910X-800 Type-N (m) calibration kit, full 2-port or
enhanced response calibration, IF bandwidth = 300 Hz, no averaging, data based
on low port power of -40 dBm, 2-port cal available only with option 122.
Corrected performance
2 MHz to 4 GHz
Corrected performance
>4 GHz to 6 GHz
Directivity
42 dB
42 dB
Source match
36 dB
36 dB
Load match
40 dB
38 dB
Transmission tracking
±0.02 dB
±0.06 dB
Reflection tracking
±0.06 dB
±0.06 dB
Transmission Magnitude Uncertainty (S11=S22=0)
Transmission Phase Uncertainty (S11=S22=0)
10
100
2MHz to 4 GHz
2MHz to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
1
10
Phase Uncertainty (deg)
Magnitude Uncertainty (dB)
4 GHz to 6 GHz
0.1
1
0.01
0.1
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
-40
-30
-20
Device Transmission Magnitude, |S21|, (dB)
-10
0
10
20
30
40
Device Transmission Magnitude, |S21|, (dB)
Figure 3: Transmission uncertainty (specification)
Reflection Magnitude Uncertainty (S21=S12=0)
Reflection Phase Uncertainty (S21=S12=0)
10
1000
2MHz to 4 GHz
2MHz to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
Phase Uncertainty (deg)
Magnitude Uncertainty (dB)
100
1
10
0.1
1
-40
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
-40
0
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
Device Reflection Magnitude, |S11|, (dB)
Device Reflection Magnitude, |S11|, (dB)
Figure 4: Reflection uncertainty (specification)
7
-10
-5
0
Corrected measurement uncertainty, 1- or 2-port
QuickCal, high port power (default power)
Applies to N9923A with option 112, QuickCal with load, IF bandwidth = 300 Hz, no
averaging, 1-port female DUT, or 2-port female-female DUT, data based on high
port power of +5 dBm , 2-port QuickCal requires option 122, typical performance.
Corrected performance
2 MHz to 4 GHz
Corrected performance
>4 GHz to 6 GHz
Directivity
38 dB
38 dB
Source match
33 dB
23 dB
Load match
37 dB
35 dB
Transmission tracking
±0.04 dB
±0.09 dB
Reflection tracking
±0.06 dB
±0.06 dB
Transmission Phase Uncertainty (S11=S22=0)
Transmission Magnitude Uncertainty (S11=S22=0)
2MHz10
to 4 GHz
100
2MHz to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
2MHz to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
1
Uncertainty (deg)
Uncertainty (dB)
4 GHz to 6 GHz
10
1
0.1
0.1
0.01
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
-80
0
-70
Device Transmission Magnitude, |S21|, (dB)
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
Device Transmission Magnitude, |S21|, (dB)
Figure 5: Transmission uncertainty
Reflection Phase Uncertainty (S21=S12=0)
Reflection Magnitude Uncertainty (S21=S12=0)
10
1000
2MHz to 4 GHz
2MHz to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty (deg)
Uncertainty (dB)
4 GHz to 6 GHz
1
100
10
0.1
1
-40
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
-40
0
Device Reflection Magnitude, |S11|, (dB)
-35
-30
-25
-20
Device Reflection Magnitude, |S11|, (dB)
Figure 6: Reflection uncertainty
8
-15
-10
-5
0
Corrected measurement uncertainty, 1- or 2-port
QuickCal, low port power
Applies to N9923A with option 112, QuickCal with load, IF bandwidth = 300 Hz,
no averaging, 1-port female DUT, or 2-port female-female DUT, data based on low
port power of -40 dBm , 2-port QuickCal requires option 122, typical performance.
Corrected performance
2 MHz to 4 GHz
Corrected performance
>4 GHz to 6 GHz
Directivity
38 dB
38 dB
Source match
33 dB
23 dB
Load match
37 dB
35 dB
Transmission tracking
±0.04 dB
±0.09 dB
Reflection tracking
±0.06 dB
±0.06 dB
Transmission Phase Uncertainty (S11=S22=0)
Transmission Magnitude Uncertainty (S11=S22=0)
10
100
2MHz to 4 GHz
2MHz to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
10
Uncertainty (deg)
Uncertainty dB)
1
1
0.1
0.1
0.01
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
Device Transmission Magnitude, |S21|, (dB)
Device Transmission Magnitude, |S21|, (dB)
Figure 7: Transmission uncertainty
Reflection Magnitude Uncertainty (S21=S12=0)
Reflection Phase Uncertainty (S21=S12=0)
10
1000
2MHz to 4 GHz
2MHz to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
4 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty (deg)
Uncertainty (dB)
100
1
10
0.1
1
-40
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
-40
0
Device Reflection Magnitude, |S11|, (dB)
-35
-30
-25
-20
Device Reflection Magnitude, |S11|, (dB)
Figure 8: Reflection uncertainty
9
-15
-10
-5
0
Dynamic Accuracy
Accuracy of the test port input power, relative to the specified port power.
Magnitude Dynamic Accuracy - High Port Power
Phase Dynamic Accuracy - High Port Power
10
10
2MHz to 4 GHz
2MHz to 4 GHz
4 to 6 GHz
4 to 6 GHz
1
Accuracy (deg)
Accuracy (dB)
1
0.1
0.1
0.01
0.001
0.01
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
-80
0
-70
Relative Port Power with repect to +5dBm (dB)
Cable and Antenna Analyzer (option 305)
The following CAT mode performance parameters are in addition to the VNA
mode performance parameters specified above.
Table1: Cable and antenna analyzer specifications
Specification
Supplemental Information
Cable loss
Display range
0 to 100 dB
Resolution
0.01 dB
Distance–to–Fault
Horizontal range
Horizontal
Resolution
Bandpass mode
Window types
-50
-40
-30
Relative Port Power with repect to +5dBm (dB)
Figure 9: Dynamic accuracy (specification)
Description
-60
Range = [(number of points
– 1) / frequency span * 2] *
velocity factor * speed of light
Number of points auto coupled
according to start and stop
distance entered
Resolution = Range/ (number
of points – 1)
Number of points settable by
user
Maximum, medium, and minimum
windows
External USB Power Sensor Support (option 302)
The external USB power sensor option supports the Keysight Technologies, Inc.
USB Power Sensors. List of supported sensors available from:
http://www.keysight.com/find/usbsensorsforfieldfox.
10
-20
-10
0
Vector Voltmeter (option 308)
With vector voltmeter mode, you can characterize the difference between two
measurements easily. The zeroing function allows you to create a reference
signal, and characterize the difference between two device measurements.
–– 1-port cable trimming - reflection or S11 measurement, magnitude and phase
–– 2-port transmission - transmission or S21 measurement, magnitude and phase
–– A/B and B/A - ratio of two receivers or channels, magnitude and phase –Need an
external signal generator for the A/B or B/A measurement (must order option
122).
The results are shown on a large display in digital format. Refer to the network
analyzer section for magnitude and phase accuracy information.
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.
Windows
The windowing function can be used to filter the frequency-domain data and
thereby reduce overshoot and ringing in the time-domain response.
Gating
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.
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Remote control capability, Option 030
Option 030 adds remote control capability to the FieldFox analyzers that allows
FieldFox to be controlled via an iOS device. The FieldFox app, running on the iOS
device, combined with Option 030 on the FieldFox analyzer provides full control
of the instrument from a remote location. The app emulates the front panel of
the unit, so users can press any FieldFox key right from their iOS device, including hardkeys or softkeys.
iOS device requirements
–– iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch
–– iOS of 5.1 or higher
–– A WiFi or 3G/4G connection
The FieldFox app communicates with FieldFox via a network connection, both
the iOS device and FieldFox need to be on a network where both devices can
reach the other. For example, a company intranet or a site installation using a
wireless router. FieldFox can be directly connected to a LAN cable, or if wired
LAN is not available, a user supplied wireless router can be configured to work
with FieldFox. A wireless router is not included with FieldFox.
FieldFox app without Option 030
The FieldFox app can be installed on an iOS device independent of the presence
of Option 030 on the analyzer. Without Option 030, users can view the live
display screen of their FieldFox remotely, but cannot control the instrument.
FieldFox with Option 030 installed allows users to both view and control their
FieldFox. Control refers to the ability to press hardkeys, softkeys, make or
change measurements, etc.
Option 030 does not include an iOS device, users must supply their own. Option
030 is a license on the FieldFox analyzer.
Option 030 and the FieldFox app are not applicable to Android, BlackBerry, or
Windows phone/tablet devices.
Block Diagram
Measurement throughput
RF source
Cycle time data, 1001 points, CalRdy, typical information.
LO
Measurement speed
S11:1.75-3.85 GHz
S21:1.78-2.06 GHz
To receivers
Port 1
Port 2
Figure 10: N9923A with option 122
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1.4 ms/point
1.4 ms/point
General Information
Description
Specification
Supplemental Information
Calibration cycle
1 year
Environmental
Keysight Technologies outdoor
equipment class1
MIL–PRF–28800F class 2
Altitude – operating
9,144 m (30,000 ft)
Altitude – non–operating
15,240 m (50,000 ft)
Intrusion protection
IP 30 IEC/EN 60529
Under battery operation
[AC to DC adapter rated at 3,000 m (9,840 ft)]
Temperature range
Operating
AC power
–10 to 55 °C
Battery
–10 to 50 °C
-10 to 55 °C (typical)
Storage
–51 to 71 °C
With the battery pack removed.
The battery packs should be stored in an
environment with low humidity. Extended
exposure to temperature above 45 ºC could
degrade battery performance and life.
EMC
Complies with European
EMC
Directive 2004/108/EC
EC/EN 61326–1
CISPR Pub 11 Group 1, class A
AS/NZS CISPR 11
ICES/NMB–001
ESD
IEC/EN 61000–4–2
Safety
Complies with European
Low Voltage Directive
2006/95/EC
EC/EN 61010–1 2nd Edition
Canada: CSA C22.2
No. 61010–1–04
USA: UL 61010–1 2nd Edition
Power
Power supply
External DC input
15 to 19 VDC
External AC power adapter
Efficiency Level IV, 115 VAC
Input
100 to 250 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz
1.25 – 0.56 A
Output
15 VDC, 4 A
Power consumption
40 W maximum when battery charging
On: 14 W (typical)
1. Samples of this product have been type tested in accordance with the Keysight Environmental Test Manual (ETM) for
outdoor equipment (OE) and verified to be robust against the environmental stresses of storage, transportation and
end use; those stresses include but are not limited to temperature, humidity, shock, vibration, altitude and power line
conditions
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General Information (continued)
Description
Specification
Supplemental Information
10.8 V, 4.6 A–h
Lithium ion
Battery
Operating time
3.5 hours (typical)
Charge time
A fully discharged battery takes
about 1.5 hours to recharge to
80%, 4 hours to 100%
Discharge temperature limits1
–10 to 60 ºC, ≤ 85% RH
Charge temperature limits
0 to 45 ºC, ≤ 85% RH
Storage temperature limits
–20 to 50 ºC1, ≤ 85% RH
The battery packs should be stored in an
environment with low humidity. Extended
exposure to temperature above 45 ºC could
degrade battery performance and life
Minimum 16 MB
Up to 1000 instrument states and trace
1
Data storage
Internal
External
Supports USB 2.0 compatible memory
devices; Supports microSD and microSDHC
memory cards
Display
6.5” transflective color VGA LED–
backlit
640 x 480 with anti–glare coating
Weight
2.7 kg (6.0 lbs) including battery
Dimensions (H x W x D)
292 x 188 x 72 mm
(11.5” x 7.4” x 2.8”)
Test ports
RF Port 1 or Port 2
Connector
Type–N, female
Impedance
50 Ω (nominal)
Damage level
> +23 dBm, > ±50 VDC
1. Charge and discharge temperatures are internal temperatures of the battery as measured by a sensor embedded in
the battery. The Battery screen displays temperature information. To access the screen, select System ,
Service Diagnostics , and Battery
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General Information (continued)
Description
Specification
Headphone Jack Connector
3.5 mm (1/8 inch) miniature audio jack
Supplemental Information
USB
USB–A (2 ports)
Hi–speed USB 2.0
Mini USB (1 port)
Hi–speed USB 2.0
Provided for future use.
100Base-T ONLY
10Base-T is NOT supported
LAN
External
Programming
RJ–45 connector
The built-in LAN interface and firmware,
support data transfer and control via
direct connection to a LAN network.
External Reference /Trigger Input
Connector
BNC female
External reference
Input frequency
10 MHz
Input amplitude range
–5 dBm to +10 dBm (nominal)
Impedance
50 Ω (nominal)
Lock Range
±10 ppm of external reference frequency
(nominal)
Trigger Input
Impedance
10 KΩ (nominal)
Level Range
Rising Edge
1.7 V (nominal)
Falling Edge
1 V (nominal)
N9923A FieldFox RF VNA Options
Must select 104 or 106 as a minimum. 104 and 106 are mutually exclusive.
N9923A-104 4 GHz RF vector network analyzer, transmission/reflection: Includes S11 and S21, mag and phase, one-port and enhanced response calibration, 2 MHz to 4 GHz.
N9923A-106 6 GHz RF vector network analyzer, transmission/reflection: Includes S11 and S21, mag and phase, one-port and enhanced response calibration, 2 MHz to 6 GHz.
N9923A-112 QuickCal: Adds one-port QuickCal and two-port QuickCal
(two-port QuickCal only if option 122 is ordered).
N9923A-122 Full two-port S-parameters: Adds S12, S22, and full two-port calibration.
N9923A-302 External USB power sensor support: Enables USB port to be used for power measurements. Power sensor not included.
N9923A-305 Cable and antenna analyzer: Adds Cable and Antenna Test
(CAT) mode, which allows for DTF measurements. Measurements include DTF (dB), RL & DTF, RL (dB), VSWR, DTF (VSWR), Cable loss (1-port), Insertion loss (2-port), and DTF (linear).
N9923A-308 Vector voltmeter: Provides 1-port cable trimming and 2-port transmission measurements.
N9923A-010 Time domain analysis and gating
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N9923A Upgrade Options
Keysight FieldFox Customer Support http://www.keysight.com/find/fieldfoxsupport
N9923AU-122 Add full two-port S-parameter capability to an N9923A.
N9923AU-112 Add QuickCal capability to an N9923A.
N9923AU-305 Add cable and antenna analysis to an N9923A.
N9923AU-302 Add external USB power sensor support to an N9923A.
Power sensor not included.
N9923AU-308 Add vector voltmeter capability to an N9923A.
N9923AU-010 Add time domain analysis and gating
N9923AU-030 Add remote control capability
Calibration Kits
The following is a list of the calibration kits that are loaded in a standard FieldFox.
Users can add additional calibration kits to their unit using FieldFox Data Link
Software. Note regarding QuickCal: The basic QuickCal, either 1 or 2-port does
not require any standards. For higher accuracy, users can perform QuickCal with
a load.
N9910X-800
T-calibration kit, DC-6 GHz, Type-N(m)
N9910X-801
T-calibration kit, DC-6 GHz, Type-N(f)
N9910X-802
T-calibration kit, DC-6 GHz, 7/16 DIN(m)
N9910X-803
T-calibration kit, DC-6 GHz, 7/16 DIN(f)
85031B Economy calibration kit, DC to 6 GHz, 7 mm
85032E
Economy calibration kit, DC to 6 GHz, Type-N, 50-ohm
85032F Standard calibration kit, DC to 9 GHz, Type-N, 50-ohm
85033E
Standard calibration kit, DC to 9 GHz, 3.5 mm
85036B
Standard calibration kit, DC to 3 GHz, Type-N 75-ohm
85036E
Economy calibration kit, DC to 3 GHz, Type-N 75-ohm
85038A
Standard calibration kit, DC to 7.5 GHz, 7-16
85039B Economy calibration kit, DC to 3 GHz, Type-F, 75-ohm
85052D
Economy calibration kit, DC to 26.5 GHz, 3.5 mm
85054B
Standard calibration kit, DC to 18 GHz, Type-N, 50-ohm
85054D
Economy calibration kit, DC to 18 GHz, Type-N, 50-ohm
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FieldFox Data Link Software
FieldFox Data Link software, installed on a PC, provides the following capabilities:
–– Capture of current trace and setting
–– Opening of data files (s1p, s2p, csv, sta, and png) residing on the instrument
–– Editing cal kit and cable files on the instrument, or creating new cal kits and
cables
–– Transferring files to/from the instrument
–– Annotating plots for documentation purposes
–– Marker, limit line, and format changes on the PC
–– Report generation
–– Printing function
FieldFox Data Link Software is available from Keysight FieldFox Customer
Support http://www.keysight.com/find/fieldfoxsupport
Figure 11: FieldFox Data Link Software
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