Giga-tronics 8650A Series Universal Power Meters Datasheet

Giga-tronics 8650A Series Universal Power Meters Datasheet
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8650A
SERIES
UNIVERSAL
POWER
METERS
The Capabilities to Test Today’s
Sophisticated Communications Systems
POWER
The Giga-tronics 8650A
Series Universal Power
Meters have the extensive
measurement capabilities and
unique features required to
tude modulated during the
test today’s sophisticated
pulse ‘on’ period — such as
communications systems
TDMA signals.
faster and more accurately.
Using the exclusive Burst
Average Power mode (BAP),
TDMA
the average power reading in
The 8650A can automatically the pulse burst is automatimeasure the average power cally measured between the
of pulse modulated signals or 3 dB points. Therefore, the
pulse signals that are ampliduty cycle can change in time
BURST
AVERAGE
POWER
TIME
without affecting the accuracy of the meter reading. This
method eliminates the need
to manually set time gating,
which can add errors if the
gate is not set accurately.
GSM
The Time Gating feature of
the 8650A lets you program
5%
POWER
8650A SERIES
UNIVERSAL
POWER
METERS
95%
TIME GATE
TIME
The Giga-tronics 8650A Series combines the speed, range and capabilities needed to test today’s sophisticated communications systems.
Giga-tronics 8650A Features and Specifications
POWER
CDMA
The 8650A has the wide,
80 dB single sensor dynamic
range required for CDMA
signal open-loop tests, the
speed you need to quickly
measure power during
closed-loop tests, and the
10 MHz bandwidth needed
to test third-generation
CDMA signals.
AVERAGE
POWER
80 dB
FREQUENCY
INSTANTANEOUS
PEAK POWER
You can also measure the
instantaneous peak power
level of a pulse modulated
signal with the 8650A.
SELECTED
SAMPLE
POINT
>300
>1,750
>26,000
>150
>800
>800
2.5–5 MHz
20 MHz
10 MHz
90 dB
60–80 dB
80 dB
80 dB
100 ns
Yes
Yes
Yes
8650A lets you display the
A built-in delay line lets you highest instantaneous power
trigger a few nanoseconds
measured from the time the
ahead of the pulse for rising feature is enabled until it is
edge measurements. While a reset.
built-in time base gives you
The display value tracks
sample delay control up to
the measured value only
100 ms after the trigger
point with 0.5 ns resolution.
And you can view the profile
(RESET)
and see the exact measurement point on the pulse.
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
POWER
a measurement start time
and duration to measure the
average power during a specific time period of a GSM
burst signal. The graphic display provides visual feedback
if you prefer to set the gate
manually. And, of course,
there is the ability to use the
TTL signal for automatically
setting the time gate control.
GPIB CW Measurement Speed (rdgs/s)
Normal Mode
Swift Mode
Fast Buffered Mode
GPIB Modulated Measurement Speed (rdgs/s)
Normal Mode
Swift Mode
Fast Modulated Mode
Asynchronous Sample Rate
Maximum Diode Sensor Video Bandwidth
Maximum Instrument Video Bandwidth
Maximum Single Sensor CW Dynamic Range
Maximum Single Sensor Modulation Dynamic Range
TDMA/GSM
CDMA (IS-95)
Wideband CDMA (10 MHz bandwidth)
Maximum Peak Power Sensor Rise Time
Automatic Time Gate Setting
Direct Crest Factor Measurement
Statistical Power Measurement Analysis
TIME
MAXIMUM PEAK
POWER
The peak hold feature of the
when it is rising to a new
maximum; when the measured value falls, the display
value holds at the maximum.
The Features to do the Job
Faster, Easier and More Accurately
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD
CREST
FACTOR (dB)
Or use our BURST START AND
exclusive fast END EXCLUDE
HOLD
HOLD buffered
The exclusive burst start and
CREST
HOLD
FACTOR (dB)
AVG.
mode to
end exclude capabilities of
(RESET)
TIME
further
the 8650A allow you to
reduce processor overhead exclude the beginning or end
CREST FACTOR
of a burst when measuring
The crest factor capability of and capture over 26,000
the average burst power.
the 8650A displays the ratio readings per second.
Incredible
of the maximum peak power
BURST WIDTH
(peak hold) measurement to speed for CW
the average power measure- and modulated
EXCLUDE
INCLUDE IN BURST AVERAGE
measurements
ment (in dB) from the time
BURST START EXCLUDE
the feature is enabled until it results from an
TIME
asynchronous
is reset.
Masking the beginning or
The crest factor capability sampling rate of 2.5 to
the end of a burst signal, in
operates in the same manner 5 MHz, that minimizes the
aliasing effects of signals to
order to exclude overshoot
as the peak hold capability:
or other distortions, can be
the display value holds at the produce faster average
power measurements.
desirable or even required
maximum until it is reset.
And the 8650A features a
for certain types of power
wide variety of statistical
measurements.
INCREDIBLE SPEED
power measAND STATISTICAL
BURST WIDTH
urement analyANALYSIS
No other meter delivers the sis, to evaluate
INCLUDE IN BURST AVERAGE
EXCLUDE
measurement speed available communicaBURST END EXCLUDE
tions system
from the 8650A.
efficiency.
Achieve over 1,750 readTIME
POWER
POWER
POWER
AVG.
ings per second over GPIB.
Accuracy Audit
Unrivaled Accuracy and Built-In Calibration
The Accuracy Audit table lists the significant uncertainties
of an absolute power measurement. The accuracy of the
8650A combined with the 80301A sensor is compared to a
typical thermocouple sensor/meter combination at +20 dBm,
0 dBm, and –30 dBm (the dynamic limit of the thermocouple
sensor). The uncertainty comparison at –30 dBm illustrates
the accuracy advantage of a wide dynamic sensor, even
when the full 90 dB dynamic range is not utilized.
+20 dBm
Frequency = 1 GHz; Source
Giga-tronics uses diode sensors exclusively to provide
speed, range, capability and
accuracy unavailable from
any other power meter.
ACCURACY OVER
A 90 dB RANGE
Giga-tronics has solved the
problem that limited the use
of diode sensors to below
–20 dBm — the ‘square law’
region — by utilizing a
patented built-in power
sweep calibration system.
The power sweep calibrator uses a 50 MHz amplitude
controlled oscillator to step
from –30 to +20 dBm in
1 dB increments. Each step is
set using an internal thermistor — the standard for accuracy and traceability.
Giga-tronics gives you
thermistor accuracy
plus diode speed for
measuring signals over a
full 90 dB power range.
Match = 1.5:1
Instrumentation Uncertainty
Sensor Power Linearity (>8 GHz)
Calibrator Uncertainty
Calibrator/Sensor Mismatch
Calibration Factor Uncertainty
Zero Set
Noise
Mismatch (Sensor/Source)
8650A
Typical
with
Thermocouple
Meter/Sensor
+ 2.5% –4.5%
±5.2%
± 0%
± 0%
± 1.2%
± 1.2%
± 0.28%
± 0.23%
± 1.04%
± 1.6%
± 0.00000005% ± 0.00005%
± 0.00000005% ± 0.0001%
± 2.25%
± 2.0%
80301A
BUILT-IN
FREQUENCY
RESPONSE
% Total Uncertainty
±9.97%
+ 7.53 –9.53%
dB Total Uncertainty
± 0.41 dB
+ 0.316 – 0.4 dB
CALIBRATION
0 dBm
8650A
Typical
Thermocouple
= 1 GHz; Source
with
Configuring the meter Frequency
Match = 1.5:1
80301A
Meter/Sensor
Instrumentation Uncertainty
± 0.5%
± 0.5%
for measurements is
Sensor Power Linearity (>8 GHz) ± 0%
± 0%
Calibrator Uncertainty
± 1.2%
± 1.2%
easy with calibration
Calibrator/Sensor Mismatch
± 0.28%
± 0.23%
Calibration Factor Uncertainty ± 1.04%
± 1.6%
factors programmed
Zero Set
± 0.000005%
± 0.005%
Noise
± 0.000005%
± 0.01%
Mismatch (Sensor/Source)
± 2.25%
± 2.0%
into the sensor.
% Total Uncertainty
± 5.27%
± 5.54%
dB Total Uncertainty
± 0.22 dB
± 0.23 dB
When the measure–30 dBm
8650A
Typical
ment frequency is
Thermocouple
Frequency = 1 GHz; Source
with
Match = 1.5:1
80301A
Meter/Sensor
Instrumentation Uncertainty
± 0.5%
entered, the meter
± 0.925%
Sensor Power Linearity (>8 GHz) ± 0%
± 0%
± 1.2%
± 1.2%
automatically applies the Calibrator Uncertainty
Calibrator/Sensor Mismatch
± 0.28%
± 0.23%
Factor Uncertainty ± 1.04%
± 1.6%
correct calibration fac- Calibration
Zero Set
± 0.005%
± 5%
Noise
± 0.005%
± 10%
tor from the sensor
Mismatch (Sensor/Source)
± 2.25%
± 2.0%
% Total Uncertainty
± 5.71%
± 20.53%
EEPROM. And the
dB Total Uncertainty
± 0.24 dB
± 0.8 dB
meter automatically
reads a new set of cal factors enter new calibration facwhen a sensor is changed.
tors. You not only avoid
This avoids the chance of
measurement errors; you
measurement error from
also save yourself test time.
using invalid calibration facAn EEPROM in all Giga-tronics sensors
tors when you change senautomatically applies the correct cal factor, so
you save time and avoid measurement errors.
sors, or from forgetting to
The Secret is the Sensors
Giga-tronics power meter architecture provides for a broad choice of functional sensors.
Just by changing a sensor,you can measure CW power,pulse power,and the peak and average power of TDMA,GSM and CDMA signals faster,more accurately,and over a wider range.
THE
FASTEST
CW MEASUREMENTS
Giga-tronics 80300A Series CW Power
Sensors let you measure CW power from
10 MHz to 40 GHz at more than 1,750
readings per second over GPIB.
Measure up to 90 dB with a single sensor,
and select from a variety of high power
sensors, up to 50 W.
PULSE POWER MEASUREMENTS
Attach a Giga-tronics 80350A Series Peak
Power Sensor to an 8650A meter and
directly measure the instantaneous peak
power level of a pulse modulated signal.
Use the ‘sample delay’ function to set the
desired measurement point on the waveform. And an external scope can be used
to view the profile and see the exact
measurement point on the pulse.
Sensor Measurement Capabilities
Signal Type
CW Power Level
Amplitude Modulation
Rate, Power Range
Two-Tone
Maximum Separation
Between Carriers
Pulse Modulation
80301A
–70 to +20 dBm
N/A
80350A
–30 to +20 dBm
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Burst with Modulation
fm = modulation rate
N/A
> 350 ns
Pulse Width
N/A
Sensor Model
80401A
–67 to +20 dBm
fm < 40 kHz, –60 to +20 dBm
fm > 40 kHz, –60 to –20 dBm
< 40 kHz, –60 to +20 dBm
> 40 kHz, –60 to –20 dBm
80601A
–67 to +20 dBm
fm < 1.5 MHz, –60 to +20 dBm
fm > 1.5 MHz, –60 to –20 dBm
< 1.5 MHz, –60 to +20 dBm
> 1.5 MHz, –60 to –20 dBm
80701A
–64 to +20 dBm
fm < 10 MHz, –60 to +20 dBm
> 200 µs
Pulse Width
fm < 40 kHz, > 200 µs
Pulse Width; –40 to +20 dBm
fm > 40 kHz, > 200 µs
Pulse Width; –40 to –20 dBm
> 300 µs
Pulse Width
fm < 1.5 MHz, > 300 µs
Pulse Width; –40 to +20 dBm
fm > 1.5 MHz, > 300 µs
Pulse Width; –40 to –20 dBm
> 100 µs
Pulse Width
fm < 10 MHz, > 100 µs
Pulse Width; –30 to +20 dBm
fm > 10 MHz, > 100 µs
Pulse Width; –30 to –20 dBm
≤ 10 MHz, –60 to +20 dBm
> 10 MHz, –60 to –20 dBm
MODULATED POWER
MEASUREMENTS
The Giga-tronics 80400A Series
Modulated Power Sensors let you
measure the average power of amplitude modulated, burst modulated and
other complex modulated signals — such
as TDMA signals — at bandwidths up to
40 kHz.
The Giga-tronics 80600A Series Modulated
Power Sensors provide bandwidth up to
1.5 MHz to measure the peak and average
power of CDMA signals.
And the Giga-tronics 80701A Modulated
Power Sensor operating with the 8650A
power meter, provides system bandwidth
up to 10 MHz to measure the peak and
average power of wide band, third-generation CDMA signals over an 80 dB range.
Displays of Intelligence
SEE FOR YOURSELF
The 8650A incorporates a
3.72” wide by 2.15” high
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
with 240 x 120 dot resolution, 0.38 mm dot pitch, and
Cold Cathode Fluorescent
Lamp (CCFL) back light for
maximum detail and optimum viewing.
The large display lets you
see more information. And
the display works in tandem
with the meter controls to
let you view menu selections
and see your input data as
you enter it.
You can view calibration
information, select a standard
mode, setup and recall preconfigured, custom modes,
and set measurement points
and durations.
Each sensor uses an EEPROM to
store values of cal factor. Entering
the measurement frequency
automatically calls up the correct
cal factor. If the measurement
frequency is between cal factor
points, the meter automatically
enters an interpolated value.
A volts per frequency input is
available to set the cal factor when
connected to an RF source. As the
source frequency is modified the
V/F output will automatically set
the power meter to the correct cal
factor, thereby eliminating the need
for manual input.
Peak (Pulse) power sensors can be
set to the desired measurement
point of a pulse signal. The trigger
point can be set using an internal
power level or a TTL signal.
Recall setup can be used to
pre-configure measurement
modes for later use. Full
descriptive details help to
clearly identify the settings
before recall.
An extensive list of help panels
provide assistance in setting up
special features and guidance
in making the measurement.
The graphic display provides visual feedback as you set the
measurement start time and duration of the time gate to
measure the average power during a specific time period.
View the mean power and standard
deviation of the modulated signal
over a time period of interest.
Standard deviation offers an alternative descriptive analysis of the
power variation when compared to
the traditional crest factor.
The Cumulative Distribution
Function (CDF) shows the
percentage of time a signal is
below a selected power level. The
x axis displays the amount of
power at the selected level, measured in dBm, and the y axis displays the percentage of time the
power is at or below the power
specified by the x axis. The
Complementary Cumulative
Distribution Function (CCDF) reorients the CDF curve in accordance
with the equation CCDF = 1-CDF
for more accustomed viewing of a
descending slope. Moving a cursor
along the slope of the curve displays the power level in dBm and
the corresponding percentage of
time the signal is above that level.
The strip chart function allows you to view the varying power levels of a signal over a
period of time. The x axis displays
time from the start of the measurement to a selectable period of
1 to 200 minutes, and the y axis
displays the minimum to maximum
power levels measured during the
selected period. Moving a cursor
along the x axis displays time and
the corresponding power level.
The histogram function allows you
to view a power range distribution
over a period of time. The x axis
displays the minimum to maximum
power levels measured during the
interval time period, and the y axis
displays the percent of time each
power level is measured. A zoom
feature lets you view smaller segments of the power range to better analyze the percentage of time
a specific power level has occurred.
STATISTICAL
ANALYSIS
Excessive cost can prove as
detrimental to the success of
communications equipment
as inadequate performance.
The 8650A provides a
range of statistical power
measurement analysis features that help you optimize
your designs to prevent inadequate performance due to
under design or excessive
cost due to over design.
These features include
crest factor, standard deviation, strip chart, CDF/CCDF,
and histogram, and they let
you view and thoroughly
analyze the power signal
over a selected period of
time.
Combined, they make the
8650A the most advanced
power meter available for
communications systems
design.
Giga-tronics CW Power Sensor Selection Guide
Frequency Range/
Power Range
200 mW CW Power Sensors
Maximum
Power
Power Linearity 4
(Frequency > 8 GHz)
RF Connector
Length
Diameter
Weight
VSWR
80301A
+23 dBm (200 mW)
–70 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to +20 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
–70 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to +20 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
–70 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to +20 dBm: ±0.1 dB/10 dB
–70 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to 0 dBm: ±0.2 dB/10 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
APC-7
50Ω
Type K(m) 1
50Ω
Type K(m) 1
50Ω
114.5 mm
(4.5 in)
114.5 mm
(4.5 in)
114.5 mm
(4.5 in)
114.5 mm
(4.5 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
0.18 kg
(0.4 lb)
0.18 kg
(0.4 lb)
0.18 kg
(0.4 lb)
0.18 kg
(0.4 lb)
1.12: 0.01 - 2 GHz
1.22: 2 - 12.4 GHz
1.29: 12.4 - 18 GHz
–64 to –14 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–14 to +26 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
–64 to –14 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–14 to +26 dBm: ±0.1 dB/10 dB
–64 to –14 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–14 to +6dBm: ±0.2 dB/10 dB
Type K(m) 1
50Ω
127 mm
(5.0 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
0.23 kg
(0.5 lb)
1.13: 0.01 - 2 GHz
1.16: 2 - 12 GHz
1.23: 12 - 18 GHz
1.29: 18 - 26.5 GHz
1.50: 26.5 - 40 GHz
–60 to –10 dBm:±0.00 dB
–10 to +30 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
–60 to –10 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–10 to +30 dBm: ±0.1 dB/10 dB
–60 to –10 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–10 to +10 dBm: ±0.2 dB/10 dB
Type K(m) 1
50Ω
127 mm
(5.0 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
0.23 kg
(0.5 lb)
1.11: 0.01 - 2 GHz
1.12: 2 - 12 GHz
1.18: 12 - 18 GHz
1.22: 18 - 26.5 GHz
1.36: 26.5 - 40 GHz
–50 to 0 dBm: ±0.00 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
150 mm
(5.9 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
0.23 kg
(0.5 lb)
1.20: 0.01 - 6 GHz
1.25: 6 - 12.4 GHz
1.35: 12.4 - 18 GHz
Type N(m)
50Ω
230 mm
(9.0 in)
104 mm
(4.1 in)
0.3 kg
(0.6 lb)
1.20: 0.01 - 6 GHz
1.30: 6 - 12.4 GHz
1.40: 12.4 - 18 GHz
+10 to +47 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
230 mm
(9.0 in)
104 mm
(4.1 in)
0.3 kg
(0.6 lb)
1.25: 0.01 - 6 GHz
1.35: 6 - 12.4 GHz
1.45: 12.4 - 18 GHz
10 MHz to 18 GHz
–70 to +20 dBm
80302A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
+23 dBm (200 mW)
–70 to +20 dBm
80303A
10 MHz to 26.5 GHz
+23 dBm (200 mW)
–70 to +20 dBm
80304A
10 MHz to 40 GHz
+23 dBm (200 mW)
–70 to 0 dBm
1.12: 0.01 - 2 GHz
1.22: 2 - 12.4 GHz
1.38: 12.4 - 18 GHz
1.43: 18 - 26.5 GHz
1.92: 26.5 - 40 GHz
Low VSWR CW Power Sensors
80310A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
+29 dBm (800 mW)
–64 to +26 dBm
80313A
10 MHz to 26.5 GHz
+29 dBm (800 mW)
–64 to +26 dBm
80314A
10 MHz to 40 GHz
+29 dBm (800 mW)
–64 to +6 dBm
1 W CW Power Sensors
80320A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
+30 dBm (1 W)
–60 to +30 dBm
80323A
10 MHz to 26.5 GHz
+30 dBm (1 W)
–60 to +30 dBm
80324A
10 MHz to 40 GHz
+30 dBm (1 W)
–60 to +10 dBm
5 W CW Power Sensor 2
80321A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
+37 dBm (5 W)
–50 to +37 dBm
25 W CW Power Sensor
80322A
3
10 MHz to 18 GHz
–40 to +44 dBm
50 W CW Power Sensor
80325A
0 to +37 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
+44 dBm (25 W)
–40 to +10 dBm: ±0.00 dB
+10 to +44 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
3
10 MHz to 18 GHz
–40 to +47 dBm
+47 dBm (50 W)
–40 to +10 dBm: ±0.00 dB
Giga-tronics Peak Power Sensor Selection Guide
Frequency Range/
Power Range
200 mW Peak Power Sensors
Maximum
Power
Power Linearity 4
(Frequency > 8 GHz)
RF Connector
Length
Diameter
Weight
VSWR
80350A
+23 dBm (200 mW)
CW or Peak
–30 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to +20 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
165 mm
(6.5 in)
37 mm
(1.25 in)
0.3 kg
(0.7 lb)
+23 dBm (200 mW)
CW or Peak
–30 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to +20 dBm: ±0.1 dB/10 dB
Type K(m) 1
50Ω
165 mm
(6.5 in)
37 mm
(1.25 in)
0.3 kg
(0.7 lb)
1.12: 0.045 - 2 GHz
1.22: 2 - 12.4 GHz
1.37: 12.4 - 18 GHz
1.50: 18 - 26.5 GHz
1.92: 26.5 - 40 GHz
+23 dBm (200 mW)
CW or Peak
–30 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to 0.0 dBm: ±0.2 dB/10 dB
Type K(m) 1
50Ω
165 mm
(6.5 in)
37 mm
(1.25 in)
0.3 kg
(0.7 lb)
CW: +37 dBm
(5 W Average)
Peak: +43 dBm
–10 to +0 dBm: ±0.00 dB
0.0 to +40 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
200 mm
(7.9 in)
37 mm
(1.25 in)
0.3 kg
(0.7 lb)
1.15: 0.045 - 4 GHz
1.25: 4 - 12.4 GHz
1.35: 12.4 - 18 GHz
CW: +44 dBm
(25 W Average)
Peak: +53 dBm
0.0 to +10 dBm: ±0.00 dB
+10 to +50 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
280 mm
(11.0 in)
104 mm
(4.1 in)
0.3 kg
(0.7 lb)
1.20: 0.045 - 6 GHz
1.30: 6 - 12.4 GHz
1.40: 12.4 - 18 GHz
CW: +47 dBm
(50 W Average)
Peak: +53 dBm
0.0 to +10 dBm: ±0.00 dB
+10 to +50 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
280 mm
(11.0 in)
104 mm
(4.1 in)
0.3 kg
(0.7 lb)
1.25: 0.045 - 6 GHz
1.35: 6 - 12.4 GHz
1.45: 12.4 - 18 GHz
Input
Test Port
Directivity
Weight
VSWR
Type N(f)
50Ω
Type N(f)
50Ω
38 dB
0.340 kg
< 1.17: 0.01 - 8 GHz
< 1.27: 8 - 18 GHz
Type N(f)
50Ω
APC-7(f)
50Ω
40 dB
0.340 kg
< 1.13: 0.01 - 8 GHz
< 1.22: 8 - 18 GHz
SMA(f)
50Ω
SMA(f)
50Ω
35 dB
0.340 kg
< 1.22: 0.01 - 18 GHz
< 1.27: 18 - 26.5 GHz
Type K(f)
50Ω
Type K(f)
50Ω
30 dB
0.198 kg
< 1.35: 0.01 - 26.5 GHz
< 1.44: 26.5 - 40 GHz
45 MHz to 18 GHz
–20 to +20 dBm, Peak
–30 to +20 dBm, CW
80353A
45 MHz to 26.5 GHz
–20 to +20 dBm, Peak
–30 to +20 dBm, CW
80354A
45 MHz to 40 GHz
–20 to +0.0 dBm, Peak
–30 to +0.0 dBm, CW
5 W Peak Power Sensor 5, 7
80351A
45 MHz to 18 GHz
0 to +40 dBm, Peak
–10 to +37 dBm, CW
25 W Peak Power Sensor 6, 7
80352A
45 MHz to 18 GHz
+10 to +50 dBm, Peak
0.0 to +44 dBm, CW
50 W Peak Power Sensor 6, 7
80355A
45 MHz to 18 GHz
+10 to +50 dBm, Peak
0.0 to +47 dBm, CW
Giga-tronics Bridge Selection Guide
Frequency Range/
Maximum
Power Range
Power
Precision CW Return Loss Bridges
Power Linearity 4
(Frequency > 8 GHz)
80501
–35 to +10 dBm: ±0.1 dB
10 MHz to 18 GHz
+27 dBm (0.5 W)
–35 to +20 dBm
80502
10 MHz to 18 GHz
+27 dBm (0.5 W)
–35 to +20 dBm
80503
10 MHz to 26.5 GHz
+27 dBm (0.5 W)
–35 to +20 dBm
80504
10 MHz to 40 GHz
–35 to +20 dBm
+27 dBm (0.5 W)
+10 to +20 dBm: ±0.1 dB
±0.005 dB/dB
–35 to +10 dBm: ±0.1 dB
+10 to +20 dBm: ±0.1 dB
±0.005 dB/dB
–35 to +10 dBm: ±0.1 dB
+10 to +20 dBm: ±0.1 dB
±0.005 dB/dB
–35 to +10 dBm: ±0.1 dB
+10 to +20 dBm: ±0.1 dB
±0.005 dB/dB
Giga-tronics Modulation Power Sensor Selection Guide (fm < 40 kHz)
Frequency Range/
Power Range
Maximum
Power
Power Linearity 4
(Frequency > 8 GHz)
RF Connector
Length
Diameter
Weight
VSWR
–67 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to +20 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
–67 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to +20 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
APC-7
50Ω
114.5 mm
(4.5 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
0.18 kg
(0.4 lb)
1.12: 0.01 - 2 GHz
1.22: 2 - 12.4 GHz
1.29: 12.4 - 18 GHz
+29 dBm (800 mW)
–64 to –14 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–14 to +26 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Type K 1(m)
50Ω
127 mm
(5.0 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
0.23 kg
(0.5 lb)
1.13: 0.01 - 2 GHz
1.16: 2 - 12 GHz
1.23: 12 - 18 GHz
+30 dBm (1 W)
–57 to–10 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–10 to +30 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Type K 1(m)
50Ω
127 mm
(5.0 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
0.23 kg
(0.5 lb)
1.11: 0.01 - 2 GHz
1.12: 2 - 12 GHz
1.18: 12 - 18 GHz
+37 dBm (5 W)
–47 to 0 dBm: ±0.00 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
150 mm
(5.9 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
0.23 kg
(0.5 lb)
1.20: 0.01 - 6 GHz
1.25: 6 - 12.4 GHz
1.35: 12.4 - 18 GHz
Type N(m)
50Ω
230 mm
(9.0 in)
104 mm
4.1 in)
0.3 kg
(0.6 lb)
1.20: 0.01 - 6 GHz
1.30: 6 - 12.4 GHz
1.40: 12.4 - 18 GHz
Type N(m)
50Ω
230 mm
(9.0 in)
104 mm
(4.1 in)
0.3 kg
(0.6 lb)
1.25: 0.01 - 6 GHz
1.35: 6 - 12.4 GHz
1.45: 12.4 - 18 GHz
200 mW Modulation Power Sensors
80401A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
+23 dBm (200 mW)
–67 to +20 dBm
80402A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
+23 dBm (200 mW)
–67 to +20 dBm
Low VSWR Modulation Power Sensor
80410A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
–64 to +26 dBm
1 W Modulation Power Sensor
80420A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
–57 to +30 dBm
5 W Modulation Power Sensor 2
80421A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
–47 to +37 dBm
0 to +37 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
25 W Modulation Power Sensor 3
80422A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
+44 dBm (25 W)
–37 to +44 dBm
+10 to +44 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
50 W Modulation Power Sensor
80425A
–37 to +10 dBm: ±0.00 dB
3
10 MHz to 18 GHz
–34 to +47 dBm
+47 dBm (50 W)
–34 to +10 dBm: ±0.00 dB
+10 to +47 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Giga-tronics Modulation Power Sensor Selection Guide (fm < 1.5 MHz)
Frequency Range/
Maximum
Power Range
Power
200 mW Modulation Power Sensors
Power Linearity 4
(Frequency > 8 GHz)
RF Connector
Length
Diameter
Weight
VSWR
80601A
+23 dBm (200 mW)
–67 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to +20 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
137 mm
(5.39 in)
41 mm
(1.62 in)
0.23 kg
(0.5 lb)
1.12: 0.01 - 2 GHz
1.22: 2 - 12.4 GHz
1.29: 12.4 - 18 GHz
+37 dBm (5 W)
–47 to 0 dBm: ±0.00 dB
Type N(m)
50Ω
175 mm
(6.90 in)
41 mm
(1.62 in)
0.28 kg
(0.6 lb)
1.20: 0.01 - 6 GHz
1.25: 6 - 12.4 GHz
1.35: 12.4 - 18 GHz
RF Connector
Length
Diameter
Weight
VSWR
Type N(m)
50Ω
120 mm
(4.72 in)
27 mm
(1.06 in)
0.10 kg
(0.2 lb)
1.12: 0.01 - 2 GHz
1.22: 2 - 12.4 GHz
1.29: 12.4 - 18 GHz
RF Connector
Length
Diameter
Weight
VSWR
Type K(m) 1
50Ω
152 mm
(6.0 in)
32 mm
(1.25 in)
0.27 kg
(0.6 lb)
1.12: 0.01 - 12 GHz
1.15: 12 - 18 GHz
1.18: 18 - 26.5 GHz
1.29: 26.5 - 40 GHz
10 MHz to 18 GHz
–67 to +20 dBm, CW
5 W Modulation Power Sensor
80621A
10 MHz to 18 GHz
–47 to +37 dBm
5, 7
0 to +37 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Giga-tronics Modulation Power Sensor Selection Guide (fm < 10 MHz)
Frequency Range/
Maximum
Power Range
Power
200 mW Modulation Power Sensor
80701A (Requires Option 12)
50 MHz to 18 GHz
+23 dBm (200 mW)
–64 to +20 dBm, CW
250 MHz to 18 GHz
–60 to +20 dBm, Modulation
Power Linearity 4
Frequency >8 GHz
–60 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to +20 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Frequency <500 MHz
–60 to –20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
–20 to +20 dBm: ±0.05 dB/10 dB
Giga-tronics True RMS Sensors Selection Guide (fm > 1.5 MHz)
Frequency Range/
Maximum
Power Range
Power
True RMS Sensors (-30 dBm to +20 dBm)
Power Linearity 4
(Frequency > 8 GHz)
80330A
80333A
80334A
–30 to +20 dBm: ±0.00 dB
10 MHz to 18 GHz
10 MHz to 26.5 GHz
10 MHz to 40 GHz
+33 dBm (2 W)
Sensor Calibration Factor Uncertainties
Frequency (GHz)
Lower
Min
1
2
4
6
8
12.4
18
26.5
Upper
1
2
4
6
8
12.4
18
26.5
40
Root Sum of Squares (RSS) Uncertainties(%) 8
80301A
80302A
80350A
80401A
80402A
80601A
80701A
80303A
80304A
80353A
80354A
1.04
1.20
1.33
1.41
1.52
1.92
2.11
—
—
1.64
1.73
1.93
2.03
2.08
2.55
2.83
3.63
6.05
80310A
80313A
80314A
80410A
1.58
1.73
1.91
2.02
2.07
2.54
2.80
3.68
5.54
80320A
80323A
80324A
80420A
80321A9
80322A9
80325A9
80421A9
80422A9
80425A9
80621A9
80330A
80333A
80334A
80351A9
80352A9
80355A9
1.58
1.73
1.91
2.01
2.06
2.53
2.79
3.62
5.39
4.54
4.67
4.89
5.01
5.12
5.56
5.89
—
—
1.58
1.73
1.90
2.01
2.06
2.53
2.78
3.59
5.30
4.92
5.04
7.09
7.17
7.25
7.56
12.37
—
—
The K connector is electrically and mechanically compatible with the APC-3.5 and SMA connectors. Note: Use a Type N(m) to SMA(f) adapter (part no. 29835) for calibration of power sensors
with Type K(m) connectors. 2 Power coefficient equals <0.01 dB/Watt. 3 Power coefficient equals
<0.015 dB/Watt. 4 For frequencies above 8 GHz, add power linearity to system linearity. 5 Power
coefficient equals <0.01 dB/Watt (Average). 6 Power coefficient equals <0.015 dB/Watt
(Average). 7 Peak operating range above CW maximum range is limited to <10% duty cycle.
8
Square root of the sum of the individual uncertainties squared (RSS). 9 Cal Factor numbers
allow for 3% repeatability when reconnecting an attenuator to a sensor and 3% for attenuator
measurement uncertainty and mismatch of sensor/pad combination.
1
8650A Series Universal Power Meter Specifications
ACCURACY
50 MHz Calibrator: (Standard)
Calibrator: +20 dBm to -30 dBm
power sweep calibration signal to dynamically
linearize the power sensors.
Connector: Type N, 50 Ω
Frequency: 50 MHz, nominal
0.0 dBm Accuracy: ±1.2% worst case for
one year, over temperature range of 5º to 35ºC.
VSWR: <1.05 (Return Loss >33 dB) @ 0 dBm.
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Temperature Range:
Operating: 0º to 55ºC (+32º to +131ºF)14
Storage: -40ºC to 70ºC (-40º to +158ºF)
Power Requirements:
100/120/220/240V ±10%,
48 to 440 Hz, 25VA typical
Physical Characteristics:
Dimensions: 215 mm (8.4 in) wide,
89 mm (3.5 in) high, 368 mm (14.5 in) deep
Weight: 4.55 kg (10lbs)
POWER METERS
8651A
Single Input Universal Power Meter
(includes 1 sensor cable)
8652A
Dual Input Universal Power Meter
(includes 2 sensor cables)
2
1
0
-1
-2
-3
80301A
80310A
80320A
80321A
80322A
80325A
80330A
80401A, 80601A (CW)
80701A (CW)
REMOTE INPUTS/OUTPUTS
V Prop F Input (BNC): Sets calibration factors
using source VpropF output. 13
Analog Output (2) (BNC): Provides an output
voltage of 0 to 10V for Channels 1 and 2 in
either Lin or Log units. 13 Does not operate in Swift
or Buffered modes.
Trigger Input (BNC): TTL trigger input signal
for Swift and Fast Buffered modes.
GPIB Interface: IEEE-488 and IEC-625 remote
programming
RS232 Interface: Programmable serial interface,
DB-9 connector
ORDERING INFORMATION
3
TYPICAL ERROR (dB)
METER
Frequency Range: 10 MHz to 40 GHz 10
Power Range: -70 dBm to +47 dBm
(100 pW to 50 Watt) 10
Single Sensor Dynamic Range: 10
CW Power Sensors:
90 dB
Peak (Pulse) Power Sensors: 40 dB, Peak
50 dB, CW
Modulation Power Sensors: 87 dB, CW
80 dB, MAP/PAP 11
60 dB, BAP 11
Display Resolution: User selectable from
1 dB to 0.001 dB in Log mode, and from 1 to 4
digits of display resolution in Linear mode.
Meter Functions
Measurement Modes (Sensors):
CW (80300A, 80350A, 80400A, 80600A, and
80700A Series)
Peak (80350A Series)
MAP/PAP/BAP 11 (80400A, 80600A, and 80700A Series)
Averaging: User selectable, auto-averaging or
manual from 1-512 readings. Timed averaging from
20 ms to 20 seconds.
dB Rel and Offset: Power display can be
offset by -99.999 to +99.999 dB to account for
external loss/gain.
Configuration Storage Registers:
Allows up to 20 front panel setups.
Power Measurements and Display
Configurations: Any two of the following
channel configurations, simultaneously:
A, B, A/B, B/A, A-B, B-A, DLYA, DLYB
Number of Display Lines: 4
Sampling:
CW and Modulation Mode: 2.5 to 5 MHz asynchronous
Analog Bandwidth:
CW Mode: ≥3 kHz
Modulation Mode: >10 MHz
Time Gating:
Trigger Delay: 0 to 327 ms
Gate Time: 10 µs to 327 ms
Holdoff Time: 0 to 327 ms
1 GHz Calibrator: (Option 12)
Required for 80700A Series Sensors.
Calibrator: +20 dBm to -30 dBm
power sweep calibration signal to dynamically
linearize power sensors.
Connector: Type N, 50 Ω
Frequency: (Switchable): 1 GHz, nominal;
50 MHz, nominal
0.0 dBm Accuracy: ±1.2% worst case for
one year, over temperature range of 5º to 35ºC.
VSWR: <1.07 (Return Loss >30 dB) @ 0 dBm.
800 MHz - 1 GHz Synthesizer
Specifications: (Option 12)
Power Range: +15 dBm to -30 dBm, settable in
1 dB steps.
Frequency: 800 MHz to 1 GHz, settable in
1 MHz steps.
Power Stability: <0.1 dB/Hour
Frequency Accuracy: ± 0.05%
Instrumentation Linearity:
±0.02 dB over any 20 dB range from
-70 to +16 dBm. 15
±0.02 dB + (±0.05 dB/dB) from +16 to +20 dBm.
±0.04 dB from -70 to +16 dBm.
SENSORS
Specifications describe the instrument’s warranted performance,
and apply when using the 80300A, 80400A, 80600A, and
80700A Series Sensors.
-70
-64
-60
-50
-40
-40
-30
-67
-64
-60
-54
-50
-40
-30
-30
-20
-57
-54
-50
-44
-40
-30
-20
-20
-10
-47
-44
-40
-34
-30
-20
-10
-10
0
-37
-34
-30
-24
-20
-10
0
0
10
-27
-25
-20
-14
-10
0
10
10
20
-17
-16
-10
-4
0
10
20
20
-7
-7
0
6
10
20
30
30
10
16
20
30
40
40
20
25
30
40
44
50
3 13 20
3 13 20
Input, (dBm)
Graph shows linearity plus worst case zero set, and noise
versus input power
Temperature Coefficient of
Linearity: <0.3%/ºC temperature change following
Power Sweep calibration. 24 hour warm-up required.
Zeroing Accuracy: (CW)
Zero Set: 12 <±50 pW, <±100 pW with
80400A and 80600A Series Modulation Power Sensors.
<±200 pW with 80700A Series Sensors.
Zero Drift: 12 <±100 pW during 1 hour,
<±200 pW with 80400A and 80600A Series Sensors,
<±400 pW with 80700A Series Sensors.
Noise: <±50 pW, <±100 pW with 80400A
and 80600A Series Modulation Power Sensors.
<±200 pW with 80700A Series Sensors.
Measurable over any 1 minute interval after zeroing,
3 standard deviations.
ACCESSORIES
One manual, one power cord.
POWER METER OPTIONS
01 Rack mount kit
03 8651A Rear Panel Sensor and Calibrator Connections
04 8652A Rear Panel Sensor and Calibrator Connections
05 Soft Carry Case
07 Side Mounted Carrying Handle
08 Transit Case, (Includes Soft Carry Case)
09 Dual Rack Mount Kit (with assembly instructions)
10 Dual Rack Mount Kit (factory assembled)
12 1 GHz, 50 MHz Switchable Calibrator
13 8651A Rear Panel Input Connector
14 8652A Rear Panel Input Connectors
Depending on sensor used. 11 MAP (Modulated Average Power),
PAP (Pulse Average Power), BAP (Burst Average Power). 12 Specified
performance applies with maximum averaging and 24 hour warm-up
at constant temperature. 13 Operates in Normal Mode only. 14 Display
contrast reduces above 50° C. 15 Does not apply to 80701A Sensor
below 500 MHz.
10
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Giga-tronics Incorporated
4650 Norris Canyon Road
San Ramon, California 94583
Telephone: 800 726 4442 or
925 328 4650
Telefax: 925 328 4700
Web Site: www.gigatronics.com
© 1999 Giga-tronics Incorporated
GT-167-B
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