Agilent ENA 2, 3 and 4 Port RF Network Analyzers

Agilent ENA 2, 3 and 4 Port RF Network Analyzers
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Agilent
ENA 2, 3 and 4 Port
RF Network Analyzers
E5070B 300 kHz to 3 GHz
E5071B 300 kHz to 8.5 GHz
E5091A Multiport Test Set
Data Sheet
Test Equipment Depot - 800.517.8431 - 99 Washington Street Melrose, MA 02176
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Definitions
All specifications apply over a 5°C to 40°C range (unless
otherwise stated) and 90 minutes after the instrument has
been turned on.
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.
Supplemental information is intended to provide information that is helpful for using the instrument but that is not
guaranteed by the product warranty. This information is
denoted as either typical or nominal.
Typical (typ.):
Expected performance of an average unit that does not
include guardbands. It is not guaranteed by the product
warranty.
Nominal (nom.):
A general, descriptive term that does not imply a level of
performance. It is not guaranteed by the product warranty.
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Corrected system performance
The specifications in this section apply for measurements
made with the Agilent E5070B/E5071B network analyzer
with the following conditions:
• No averaging applied to data
• Environmental temperature of 23°C ± 5°C, with less
than 1°C deviation from the calibration temperature
• Response and isolation calibration not omitted
Table 1-1
System dynamic range 1,2
Description
Specification
Supplemental information
3 MHz to 1.5 GHz, IF bandwidth = 3 kHz
95 dB
98 dB
1.5 GHz to 3 GHz, IF bandwidth = 3 kHz
97 dB
100 dB
3 GHz to 4 GHz, IF bandwidth = 3 kHz
96 dB
99 dB
System dynamic range
300 kHz to 3 MHz, IF bandwidth = 3 kHz
85 dB
4 GHz to 6 GHz, IF bandwidth = 3 kHz
92 dB
94 dB
6 GHz to 7.5 GHz, IF bandwidth = 3 kHz
87 dB
90 dB
7.5 GHz to 8.5 GHz, IF bandwidth = 3 kHz
80 dB
83 dB
300 kHz to 3 MHz, IF bandwidth = 10 Hz
110 dB
3 MHz to 1.5 GHz, IF bandwidth = 10 Hz
120 dB
123 dB
1.5 GHz to 3 GHz, IF bandwidth = 10 Hz
122 dB
125 dB
3 GHz to 4 GHz, IF bandwidth = 10 kHz
121 dB
124 dB
4 GHz to 6 GHz, IF bandwidth = 10 Hz
117 dB
119 dB
6 GHz to 7.5 GHz, IF bandwidth = 10 Hz
112 dB
115 dB
7.5 GHz to 8.5 GHz, IF bandwidth = 10 Hz
105 dB
108 dB
1
The test port dynamic range is calculated as the difference between the test port rms noise floor
and the source maximum output power. The effective dynamic range must take measurement
uncertainty and interfering signals into account.
2
May be limited to 90 dB at particular frequencies below 350 MHz or above 4.25 GHz due to
spurious receiver residuals.
3
Table 1-2
Corrected system performance with type-N device connectors, 85032F calibration kit
Network analyzer: E5070B/E5071B, calibration kit: 85032F (type-N, 50 Ω), calibration: full 2-port
IF bandwidth = 10 Hz, No averaging applied to data, environmental temperature = 23°C ±5°C with < 1°C deviation from calibration
temperature, isolation calibration not omitted
Description
Specification (dB)
3 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
Directivity
49
40
38
Source match
41
36
35
Load match
49
40
37
Reflection tracking
±0.011
±0.032
±0.054
Transmission tracking
±0.016
±0.062
±0.088
Transmission uncertainty (specification)
Magnitude
Phase
Reflection uncertainty (specification)
Magnitude
Phase
4
Table 1-3
Corrected system performance with type-N device connectors, 85092C electronic calibration module
Network analyzer: E5070B/E5071B, calibration module: 85092C (type-N, 50 Ω) electronic calibration (ECal) module, calibration: full 2-port
IF bandwidth = 10 Hz, no averaging applied to data, environmental temperature = 23°C ± 5°C with < 1°C deviation
from calibration temperature, isolation calibration not omitted
Description
Directivity
Specification (dB)
3 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
52
52
47
Source match
45
41
36
Load match
47
44
39
Reflection tracking
±0.040
±0.060
±0.070
Transmission tracking
±0.039
±0.069
±0.136
Transmission uncertainty (specification)
Magnitude
Phase
Reflection uncertainty (specification)
Magnitude
Phase
5
Table 1-4
Corrected system performance with 3.5 mm device connector type, 85033E calibration kit
Network analyzer: E5070B/E5071B, calibration kit: 85033E (3.5 mm, 50 Ω), calibration: full 2-port
IF bandwidth = 10 Hz, no averaging applied to data, environmental temperature = 23°C ± 5°C with < 1°C deviation from
calibration temperature, isolation calibration not omitted
Description
Specification (dB)
3 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
Directivity
46
38
38
Source match
43
37
36
Load match
46
38
38
Reflection tracking
±0.006
±0.009
±0.010
Transmission tracking
±0.016
±0.065
±0.079
Transmission uncertainty (specification)
Magnitude
Phase
Reflection uncertainty (specification)
Magnitude
Phase
6
Table 1-5
Corrected system performance with 3.5 mm device connector type, 85093C electronic calibration module
Network analyzer: E5070B/E5071B, calibration module: 85093C (3.5 mm, 50 Ω) electronic calibration (ECal) module, calibration: full 2-port
IF bandwidth = 10 Hz, no averaging applied to data, environmental temperature = 23° C ± 5° C with < 1° C deviation from
calibration temperature, isolation calibration not omitted
Description
Specification (dB)
3 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
Directivity
52
51
47
Source match
44
39
34
Load match
47
44
40
Reflection tracking
±0.030
±0.050
±0.070
Transmission tracking
±0.039
±0.069
±0.117
Transmission uncertainty (specification)
Magnitude
Phase
Reflection uncertainty (specification)
Magnitude
Phase
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Uncorrected system performance
Table 1-6
Uncorrected system performance (correction: off, system correction: on)
Description
Specification
3 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
Directivity
25 dB
20 dB
15 dB
Source match
25 dB
20 dB
15 dB
Load match
17 dB
12 dB
10 dB
Transmission tracking
±1.0 dB
±1.0 dB
±1.0 dB
Reflection tracking
±1.0 dB
±1.0 dB
±1.0 dB
Test port output (source)
Table 1-7
Test port output frequency
Description
Specification
Supplemental information
Range
E5070B
300 kHz to 3 GHz
E5071B
300 kHz to 8.5 GHz
Resolution
1 Hz
Source stability
Option E5070B/E5071B-UNQ
±5 ppm (5° C to 40° C, typical)
Option E5070B/E5071B-1E5
±0.05 ppm (23° C ± 5° C, typical)
±0.5 ppm/year (typical)
CW accuracy
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Option E5070B/E5071B-UNQ
±5 ppm, 23° C ± 5° C
Option E5070B/E5071B-1E5
±1 ppm, 23° C ± 5° C
Test port output (source)
Table 1-8
Test port output power1
Description
Specification
Supplemental information
Level accuracy (at 23° C ±5° C)
300 kHz to 10 MHz
10 MHz to 8.5 GHz
±1.0 dB (at 0 dBm, relative to 50 MHz reference)
±0.650 dB (at 0 dBm, 50 MHz absolute,
source attenuator 0 dB)
±1.0 dB (at 0 dBm, relative to 50 MHz
reference, source attenuator 0 dB)
Level accuracy (high temperature mode: on)
300 kHz to 8.5 GHz
±0.8 dB (at 0 dBm, 50 MHz absolute, source attenuator 0 dB)
±1.5 dB (at 0 dBm, relative to 50 MHz reference,
source attenuator 0 dB)
Level accuracy (swept mode: on)
300 kHz to 4.25 GHz
±2.5 dB (at 0 dBm, relative to 50 MHz reference,
4.25 GHz to 8.5 GHz
±3.5 dB (at 0 dBm, relative to 50 MHz reference,
source attenuator 0 dB)
source attenuator 0 dB)
Level linearity (at 23° C ±5° C)
10 MHz to 3 GHz
±0.75 dB (at -15 dBm to 10 dBm)
3 GHz to 4.25 GHz
±0.75 dB (at -15 dBm to 9 dBm)
4.25 GHz to 6 GHz
±0.75 dB (at -10 dBm to 7 dBm)
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
±0.75 dB (at -15 dBm to 5 dBm)
Level linearity (high temperature mode: on)
300 kHz to 3 GHz
±1.5 dB (at -15 dBm to 10 dBm)
3 GHz to 4.25 GHz
±1.5 dB (at -15 dBm to 9 dBm)
4.25 GHz to 6 GHz
±2.0 dB (at -15 dBm to 7 dBm)
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
±2.0 dB (at -15 dBm to 5 dBm)
Level linearity (swept mode: on)
300 kHz to 3 GHz
±1.5 dB (at -15 dBm to 10 dBm)
3 GHz to 4.25 GHz
±1.5 dB (at -15 dBm to 9 dBm)
4.25 GHz to 6 GHz
±3 dB (at -15 dBm to 7 dBm)
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
±3 dB (at -15 dBm to 5 dBm)
Range (source attenuator 0 dB)
300 kHz to 3 GHz
-15 dBm to 10 dBm
3 GHz to 4.25 GHz
-15 dBm to 9 dBm
4.25 GHz to 6 GHz
-15 dBm to 7 dBm
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
-15 dBm to 5 dBm
Range (with source attenuators)
300 kHz to 3 GHz
-50 dBm to 10 dBm (non-harmonics spurious may limit power range)
3 GHz to 4.25 GHz
-50 dBm to 9 dBm (non-harmonics spurious may limit power range)
4.25 GHz to 6 GHz
-50 dBm to 7 dBm (non-harmonics spurious may limit power range)
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
-50 dBm to 5 dBm (non-harmonics spurious may limit power range)
Sweep range (source attenuator 0 dB)
300 kHz to 3 GHz
-15 dBm to 10 dBm
-20 dBm to 10 dBm
3 GHz to 4.25 GHz
-15 dBm to 9 dBm
-20 dBm to 9 dBm
4.25 GHz to 6 GHz
-15 dBm to 7 dBm
-20 dBm to 7 dBm
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
-15 dBm to 5 dBm
-20 dBm to 5 dBm
Level resolution
1 Source
0.05 dB
output performance on port 1 only. Other port output performance is typical.
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Test port output (source)
Table 1-9
Test port output signal purity
Description
Specification
Supplemental information
Harmonics (2nd or 3rd)
10 MHz to 2 GHz
< -25 dBc (at 5 dBm, typical)
2 GHz to 3 GHz
< -15 dBc (at 5 dBm, typical)
3 GHz to 8.5 GHz
< -10 dBc (at 5 dBm, typical)
Non-harmonic spurious
10 MHz to 3 GHz
< -25 dBc (at 5 dBm, typical)
3 GHz to 8.5 GHz
< -10 dBc (at 5 dBm, typical)
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Test port input
Table 1-10
Test port input levels
Description
Specification
Supplemental information
Maximum test port input level
300 kHz to 3 GHz
+10 dBm
3 GHz to 4.25 GHz
+9 dBm
3 GHz to 6 GHz
+7 dBm
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
+5 dBm
Damage level
300 kHz to 8.5 GHz
RF +20 dBm
±10 VDC (source attenuator = 0 dB)
±25 VDC (source attenuator = 5 dB or more, typical)
Crosstalk1
3 MHz to 3 GHz
-120 dB
3 GHz to 6 GHz
-109 dB
6 GHz to 7.5 GHz
-99 dB
7.5 GHz to 8.5 GHz
-89 dB
Table 1-11
Test port input (trace noise2)
Description
Specification
Supplemental information
Trace noise magnitude
300 kHz to 3 MHz
(source power level = +10 dBm)
5 mdB rms (typical)
8 mdB rms (high temperature mode: ON, typical)
3 MHz to 3 GHz
(source power level = +10 dBm)
1 mdB rms (23°C ±5°C)
4 mdB rms
(high temperature mode: ON, typical)
3 GHz to 4.25 GHz
(source power level = +9 dBm)
1.2 mdB rms (23°C ±5°C)
4.8 mdB rms
(high temperature mode: ON, typical)
4.25 GHz to 6 GHz
(source power level = +7 dBm)
3.6 mdB rms (23°C ±5°C)
7.2 mdB rms
(high temperature mode: ON, typical)
6 GHz to 7.5 GHz
(source power level = +5 dBm)
3.6 mdB rms (23°C ±5°C)
7.2 mdB rms
(high temperature mode: ON, typical)
7.5 GHz to 8.5 GHz
(source power level = +5 dBm)
6 mdB rms (23°C ±5°C)
9.6 mdB rms
(high temperature mode: ON, typical)
Trace noise phase
300 kHz to 3 MHz
(source power level = +10 dBm)
0.035° rms (23°C ±5°C, typical)
0.05° rms (high temperature mode: ON, typical)
3 MHz to 3 GHz
(source power level = +10 dBm)
0.007° rms (23°C ±5°C, typical)
0.02° rms (high temperature mode: ON, typical)
3 GHz to 4.25 GHz
(source power level = +9 dBm)
0.008° rms (23°C ±5°C, typical)
0.024° rms (high temperature mode: ON, typical)
4.25 GHz to 6 GHz
(source power level = +7 dBm)
0.025° rms (23°C ±5°C, typical)
0.042° rms (high temperature mode: ON, typical)
6 GHz to 7.5 GHz
(source power level = +5 dBm)
0.025° rms (23°C ±5°C, typical)
0.042° rms (high temperature mode: ON, typical)
7.5 GHz to 8.5 GHz
(source power level = +5 dBm)
0.042° rms (23°C ±5°C, typical)
0.06° rms (high temperature mode: ON, typical)
1 Response
2 Trace
calibration not omitted.
noise is defined as a ratio measurement of a through, at IF bandwidth = 3 kHz.
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Table 1-12
Test port input (stability 1)
Description
Specification
Supplemental information
Stability magnitude
3 MHz to 3 GHz
0.005 dB/° C
(at 23° C ±5° C, typical)
3 GHz to 6 GHz
0.01 dB/° C
(at 23° C ±5° C, typical)
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
0.04 dB/°C
(at 23° C ±5° C, typical)
Stability phase
3 MHz to 3 GHz
0.1°/° C
(at 23° C ±5° C, typical)
3 GHz to 6 GHz
0.2°/° C
(at 23° C ±5° C, typical)
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
0.8°/° C
(at 23° C ±5° C, typical)
Table 1-13
Test port input (dynamic accuracy)
Accuracy of the test port input power reading is relative to -10 dBm reference input power level.
Specification
Supplemental information
Magnitude
Phase
1 Stability
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is defined as a ratio measurement at the test port.
Table 1-14
Test port input (group delay 1)
Description
Specification
Aperture (selectable)
(frequency span)/(number of points -1)
Maximum aperture
25% of frequency span
Supplemental information
Maximum delay
Limited to measuring no more than
180° of phase change within the minimum aperture.
Accuracy
See graph below, typical
The following graph shows group delay accuracy with type-N full 2-port calibration and a 10 Hz IF bandwidth. Insertion loss is assumed to be < 2 dB.
Group delay (typical)
In general, the following formula can be used to determine the accuracy, in seconds, of specific group delay measurement:
± phase accuracy (deg)/[360 x aperture (Hz)]
1
Group delay is computed by measuring the phase change within a specified step (determined by the frequency span and the number of points per sweep).
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General information
Table 1-15
System bandwidths
Description
Supplemental information
IF bandwidth settings
Range
10 Hz to 100 kHz
Nominal settings are:
10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 70, 100, 150, 200, 300, 400, 500, 700,
1 k, 1.5 k, 2 k, 3 k, 4 k, 5 k, 7 k, 10 k, 15 k, 20 k, 30 k, 40 k, 50 k, 70 k, 100 kHz
Table 1-16
Front panel information
Description
Supplemental information
RF connectors
Type
Type-N, female; 50 Ω , nominal
Display
Size
10.4 in TFT color LCD
Resolution
VGA (640x480)
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Table 1-17
Rear panel information
Description
Supplemental information
External trigger connector
Type
BNC, female
Input level
LOW threshold voltage: 0.5 V
HIGH threshold voltage: 2.1 V
Input level range: 0 to +5 V
Pulse width
≥ 2 µsec, typical
Polarity
Negative (downward) only
External reference signal input connector
Type
BNC, female
Input frequency
10 MHz ±10 ppm, typical
Input level
0 dBm ±3 dB, typical
Internal reference signal output connector
Type
BNC, female
Output frequency
10 MHz ±10 ppm, typical
Signal type
Sine wave, typical
Output level
0 dBm ±3 dB into 50 Ω, typical
Output impedance
50 Ω, nominal
VGA video output
15-pin mini D-Sub; female; drives VGA compatible monitors
GPIB
24-pin D-Sub (type D-24), female; compatible with IEEE-488
Parallel port
36-pin D-Sub (type 1284-C), female; provides connection to printers
USB-host port
Universal serial bus jack, type A configuration (4 contacts inline, contact 1 on left);
female; provides connection to printer, ECal module, USB/GPIB interface or multiport
test set
Contact 1
Vcc: 4.75 to 5.25 VDC, 500 mA, maximum
Contact 2
-Data
Contact 3
+Data
Contact 4
Ground
USB (USBTMC1) interface port
Universal serial bus jack, type B configuration (4 contacts inline, contact 1 on left);
female; provides connection to an external PC
LAN
10/100 BaseT Ethernet, 8-pin configuration; auto selects between the two data rates
Handler I/O port
36-pin D-sub, female; provides connection to handler system
Line power2
Frequency
47 Hz to 63 Hz
Voltage
90 to 132 VAC, or 198 to 264 VAC (automatically switched)
VA max
350 VA max.
1
USB Test and Measurement Class (TMC) interface that communicates over USB using USBTMC messages based on the IEEE 488.1 and
IEEE 488.2 standards.
2 A third-wire ground is required.
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Table 1-18
EMC, safety, and Environment
Description
Supplemental information
EMC
ISM 1-A
ICES/NMB-001
N10149
European Council Directive 89/336/EEC
EN / IEC 61326-1:1997+A1:1998
CISPR 11:1997+A1:1999 / EN 55011:1998+A1:1999 Group 1,
Class A
IEC 61000-4-2:1995 / EN 61000-4-2:1995+A1:1998
4 kV CD / 4 kV AD
IEC 61000-4-3:1995 / EN 61000-4-3:1996+A1:1998
3 V/m, 80-1000 MHz, 80% AM
IEC 61000-4-4:1995 / EN 61000-4-4:1995
1 kV power / 0.5 kV Signal
IEC 61000-4-5:1995 / EN 61000-4-5:1995
0.5 kV Normal / 1 kV Common
IEC 61000-4-6:1996 / EN 61000-4-6:1996
3 V, 0.15-80 MHz, 80% AM
IEC 61000-4-11:1994 / EN 61000-4-11:1994
100% 1cycle
Canada ICES001:1998
Note: The performance of EUT will be within the specification over the RF immunity tests
according to EN 61000-4-3 or EN 61000-4-6 except under the coincidence of measurement
frequency and interference frequency.
AS/NZS 2064.1/2 Group 1, Class A
Safety
European Council Directive 73/23/EEC
IEC 61010-1:1990+A1+A2 / EN 61010-1:1993+A2
INSTALLATION CATEGORY II, POLLUTION
DEGREE 2
INDOOR USE
IEC60825-1:1994 CLASS 1 LED PRODUCT
ISM 1-A
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 1010.1-92
®
LR95111C
Environment
This product complies with the WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC) marking requirements. The affixed label
indicates that you must not discard this electrical/ electronic product in domestic household waste.
Product Category: With reference to the equipment types in the WEEE Directive Annex I, this product is
classed as a "Monitoring and Control instrumentation" product.
Do not dispose in domestic household waste.
To return unwanted products, contact your local Agilent office, or see
www.agilent.com/environment/product/ for more information.
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Table 1-19
Analyzer environment and dimensions
Description
Supplemental information
Operating environment
Temperature
+5°C to +40°C
Error-corrected temperature range
23°C ± 5°C with < 1°C deviation from calibration temperature
Humidity
20% to 80% at wet bulb temperature < +29°C (non-condensing)
Altitude
0 to 2,000 m (0 to 6,561 feet)
Non-operating storage environment
Temperature
-10°C to +60°C
Humidity
20% to 90% at wet bulb temperature < 40°C (non-condensing)
Altitude
0 to 4,572 m (0 to 15,000 feet)
Dimensions
See figure 1-1 through figure 1-3.
Weight
Net
17.5 kg (option E5070B/E5071B-214, nominal)
19.5 kg (option E5070B/E5071B-414, nominal)
Figure 1-1. Dimensions (front view, E5071B with option E5071B-414, in millimeters, nominal)
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Figure 1-2. Dimensions (rear view, with option E5070B/E5071B-1E5, in millimeters, nominal)
Figure 1-3. Dimensions (side view, in millimeters, nominal)
Figure 1-4. Dimensions (top view, in millimeters, nominal)
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Measurement throughput summary
Table 1-20
Typical cycle time for measurement completion1, 2 (ms)
Number of points
51
201
401
1601
Start 1 GHz, stop 1.2 GHz, 100 kHz IF bandwidth
Uncorrected
4
5
7
18
2-port cal
5
8
13
42
Start 300 kHz, stop 3 GHz, 100 kHz IF bandwidth
Uncorrected
11
12
13
23
2-port cal
20
23
25
46
Start 300 kHz, stop 8.5 GHz, 100 kHz IF bandwidth
Uncorrected
19
24
24
24
2-port cal
37
46
48
50
Table 1-21
Typical cycle time for measurement completion1, 3 (ms)
Number of points
51
201
401
1601
Start 1 GHz, Stop 1.2 GHz, 100 kHz IF bandwidth
Uncorrected
4
6
8
22
2-port cal
5
10
16
56
Start 300 kHz, Stop 3 GHz, 100 kHz IF bandwidth
Uncorrected
11
12
13
23
2-port cal
20
24
25
55
Start 300 kHz, Stop 8.5 GHz, 100 kHz IF bandwidth
Uncorrected
20
24
24
26
2-port cal
37
46
47
57
Table 1-22
Typical cycle time for measurement completion1, 4 (ms)
Number of points
51
201
401
1601
Start 1 GHz, Stop 1.2 GHz, 100 kHz IF bandwidth
Uncorrected
7
17
29
90
2-port cal
12
32
55
178
Start 300 kHz, Stop 3 GHz, 100 kHz IF bandwidth
Uncorrected
14
27
43
130
2-port cal
26
50
84
258
Start 300 kHz, Stop 8.5 GHz, 100 kHz IF bandwidth
Uncorrected
16
30
49
146
2-port cal
30
57
96
291
1 Typical
performance.
swept mode. System error correction OFF. Analyzer display turned off with :DISP:ENAB OFF. Number of traces = 1.
3 Fast swept mode. System error correction ON. Analyzer display turned off with :DISP:ENAB OFF. Number of traces = 1.
4 Standard stepped mode. System error correction ON. Analyzer display turned off with :DISP:ENAB OFF. Number of traces = 1.
2 Fast
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Table 1-23
Cycle time 1,2 (ms) vs. number of points1
Number of points
Fast swept mode
system error correction OFF
Fast swept mode
system error correction ON
Standard stepped mode
system error correction ON
3
4
4
4
11
4
4
4
51
4
4
7
101
4
5
11
201
5
6
17
401
8
8
29
801
11
13
52
1601
18
23
90
Table 1-24
Data transfer time1 (ms)
Number of points
51
201
401
1601
64-bit floating point
5
16
29
109
ASCII
21
79
156
617
REAL 64
2
2
3
5
ASCII
34
128
254
995
REAL 64
4
4
5
8
ASCII
6
14
26
95
REAL 64
4
5
5
7
ASCII
6
18
33
126
1
1
1
1
SCPI over GPIB 3
SCPI over 100 Mbps LAN (telnet)3
SCPI over 100 Mbps LAN (SICL-LAN)3
SCPI over USB (USBTMC)4
COM (program executed in the analyzer)5
Variant type
1 Typical
performance.
1 GHz, stop 1.2 GHz, 100 kHz IF bandwidth, Error correction OFF, display update: OFF, number of traces = 1.
3 Measured using a VEE 6.0 program running on a 733 MHz Pentium III HP Kayak, Transferred complex S data, using :CALC:DATA?SDATA.
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4 Measured using a VEE 7.0 program running on a 500 MHz Pentium III DELL OptiPlex, transferred complex S data.
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5 Measured using an E5070B/E5071B VBA macro running inside the analyzer. Transferred complex S data.
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2 Start
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Measurement capabilities
Number of measurement channels
Up to 16 independent measurement channels. A measurement channel is coupled
to stimulus response settings including frequency, IF bandwidth, power level,
and number of points.
Number of display windows
Each measurement channel has a display window. Up to 16 display windows (channels)
can be displayed.
Number of traces
Six display modes (selectable):
16 data traces and 16 memory traces per channel at 4-channel mode
9 data traces and 9 memory traces per channel at 9-channel mode
6 data traces and 6 memory traces per channel at 12-channel mode
4 data traces and 4 memory traces per channel at 16-channel mode
4 data traces and 4 memory traces per channel at 2-channel mode
4 data traces and 4 memory traces per channel at 1-channel mode
Measurement choices
Option E5070B/E5071B-214: S11, S21, S12, S22
Option E5070B/E5071B-314: S11, S21, S31, S12, S22, S32, S13, S23, S33,
Mixed-mode S-parameters, balanced parameters, CMRR
Option E5070B/E5071B-414: S11, S21, S31, S41, S12, S22, S32, S42, S13,
S23, S33, S43, S14, S24, S34, S44, mixed mode S-parameters, balanced parameters, CMRR
Option E5070B/E5071B-214 and 008: S11, S21, S12, S22, absolute parameters.
Option E5070B/E5071B-314 and 008: S11, S21, S31, S12, S22, S32, S13, S23, S33,
Mixed-mode S-parameters, balanced parameters, CMRRA, absolute parameters.
Option E5070B/E5071B-414 and 008: S11, S21, S31, S41, S12, S22, S32, S42, S13, S23,
S33, S43, S14, S24, S34, S44, mixed mode S-parameters, balanced parameters, CMRR,
absolute parameters.
Measurement parameter conversion
Available to convert S-parameters into reflection impedance, transmission impedance
(series), transmission impedance (shunt), reflection admittance, transmission
admittance (series), transmission admittance (shunt), and 1/S.
Data formats
Log magnitude, linear magnitude, phase, extended phase, positive phase,
group delay, SWR, real, imaginary, Smith chart, polar.
Data markers
10 independent markers per trace. Reference marker available
for delta marker operation. Smith chart format includes 5 marker formats:
linear magnitude/phase, log magnitude/phase, real/imaginary,
R + jX, and G + jB. Polar chart format includes 3 marker formats:
linear magnitude/phase, log magnitude/phase, and real/imaginary.
Marker functions
Marker search
Max value, min value, peak, peak left, peak right, target, target left, target right,
bandwidth parameters with user-defined bandwidth values.
Marker-to functions
Set start, stop, center to active marker stimulus value; set reference to active
marker response value; set electrical delay to group delay at active marker.
Search range
User definable.
Tracking
Performs marker search continuously or on demand.
Time domain functions1
Transformation
Selectable transformation type from bandpass, lowpass impulse, lowpass step.
Selectable window from maximum, normal and minimum.
Gated functions
Selectable gated filter type from bandpass, notch.
Selectable gate shape from maximum, normal and wide.
1 Option
E5070B-010 or E5071B-010 is required.
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Source control
Measured number of points per sweep
User definable from 2 to 20,0011.
Sweep mode
Standard stepped, standard swept, fast stepped and fast swept.
Sweep type
Linear sweep, segment sweep, log sweep and power sweep.
Segment sweep
Define independent sweep segments. Set number of points, test port power levels,
IF bandwidth, delay time, sweep time and sweep mode independently for each segment.
Sweep trigger
Set to continuous, hold, or single, sweep with internal, external, manual,
or bus trigger.
Trigger event
Set trigger event dependent on sweep or data point.
Power
Set source power from -50 dBm to10 dBm. The power slope function and the power
calibration function compensate source power level error.
Frequency-offset 2
Set source frequency independently from where the receivers are tuned.
Trace functions
Display data
Display current measurement data, memory data,
or current measurement and memory data simultaneously.
Trace math
Vector addition, subtraction, multiplication or division of
measured complex values and memory data.
Title
Add custom title to each channel window. Titles are
printed on hardcopies of displayed measurements.
Autoscale
Automatically selects scale resolution and reference value to
vertically center the trace.
Electrical delay
Offset measured phase or group delay by a defined amount of
electrical delay, in seconds.
Phase offset
Offset measured phase or group delay by a defined amount in degrees.
Statistics
Calculates and displays mean, standard deviation and peak-to-peak
deviation of the data trace.
Frequency blank
Hide the frequency information to be displayed on the ENA screen.
1 20,001
points measurement is available only for 4 data traces and 4 memory traces per channel in 1- channel mode.
2 Option
E5070B-008 or E5071B-008 is required.
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Data accuracy enhancement
Measurement calibration
Measurement calibration significantly reduces measurement
uncertainty due to errors caused by system directivity, source and
load match, tracking and crosstalk. Full 2-port, 3-port, or 4-port calibration
removes all the systematic errors for the related test ports to obtain
the most accurate measurements.
Calibration types available
Response
Simultaneous magnitude and phase correction of frequency response
errors for either reflection or transmission measurements.
Response and isolation
Compensates for frequency response and crosstalk errors of
transmission measurements.
Compensates for frequency response and source-match errors
Enhanced response
One-port calibration
Available on test set port 1, port 2, port 3, or port 4 to correct for directivity,
frequency response and source match errors.
Full 2-port/3-port/4-port calibration
TRL/LRM calibration
Compensation for directivity, reflection, transmission frequency response and
crosstalk in both forward and reverse directions. Provides the highest accuracy for
accuracy for coaxial and non-coaxial environments, such as on-probing, in-fixture
or waveguide measurements.
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.
Velocity factor
Enter the velocity factor to calculate the equivalent physical length.
Reference port extension
Redefine the measurement plane from the plane where the calibration
was done.
Compensates for both electrical length and insertion loss by measuring open
and/or short standard. Provides a simplified approach for fixture compensation.
Automatic port extension
Accessible calibration coefficients
Calibration coefficients can be easily read and written 1 with programming
commands.
Mixer calibration1
Scalar-mixer calibration
Scalar-mixer calibration corrects the conversion loss for input port source match
and output port load match. Scalar-mixer calibration also corrects the input match
measurements for input port directivity, frequency response, and source match at
the input frequencies and corrects the output match measurements for output
port directivity, frequency response, and source match at output frequencies.
This calibration offers the conversion loss/gain measurements with correcting
the mismatches of both input and output test ports.
Vector-mixer calibration
Vector-mixer calibration corrects for directivity, source match, load match,
and reflection frequency response at each test port by using a characterized
calibration mixer with de-embedding function. This calibration provides the
measurements of phase and absolute group delay. The characterization of the
calibration mixer is part of the calibration process.
Storage
Removable hard disk drive
Store and recall instrument states, calibration data, and trace data
on 3 GB, minimum, removable hard drive. Trace data can be saved in CSV
(comma separated value) format. All files are MS-DOS ®-compatible.
Instrument states include all control settings, limit lines, segment sweep
tables, and memory trace data.
File sharing
Internal hard disk drive (D:) can be accessed from an external
Windows® PC through LAN.
Disk drive
Instrument states, calibration data, and trace data can be stored on
an internal 3.5 inch 1.4 MB floppy disk in MS-DOS ®-compatible format.
Screen hardcopy
Printouts of instrument data are directly produced on a printer. The analyzer
provides USB and parallel interfaces.
1 Option
E5070B-008 or E5071B-008 is required.
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System capabilities
Familiar graphical user interface
The ENA Series analyzer employs a graphical user interface based on
Windows® operating system. There are three ways to operate the instrument
manually: you can use a hardkey interface, touch screen interface (option
E5070B/E5071B-016) or a mouse interface.
Limit lines
Limit test
Define the test limit lines that appear on the display for pass/fail testing.
Defined limits may be any combination of horizontal/sloping lines and discrete
data points. The offset limit line function adjusts offset values to the frequency
and output level.
Ripple limit test
Defines the stop and start frequency and the maximum allowable ripple value of
each frequency band. Ripple limit test may set up as many as 12 frequency bands
for testing ripple. The frequency bands are combined in a list that is displayed
while the ripple frequency bands are being edited.
Bandwidth limit test
Defines the amplitude below the peak and the minimum and maximum allowable
bandwidths.
Web-enabled control
Access to the ENA from any Java™-enable Web browser via LAN interface. ENA
can be controlled from a remote location without using special software.
Fixture simulator
Balance-unbalance conversion
Convert data from single-ended measurement to balanced measurement
parameters (mixed-mode S-parameters), balanced parameters or CMRR by
using internal software.
Network de-embedding
De-embed an arbitrary circuit defined by a two-port Touchstone data file
(50 Ω system) for each test port. This function eliminates error factors
between calibration plane and DUT and expands the calibration plane for each
test port. This function can be used with the port extension function.
Port reference impedance conversion
Convert S-parameters measured in 50 Ω reference impedance to data
in other reference impedance levels by using internal software. This conversion
can be performed for both single-ended (unbalance) measurement ports and
converted balanced measurement ports.
Matching circuit
Add one of predefined matching circuits or a circuit defined by a two-port
Touchstone data file to each single-ended test port or converted balanced
(differential) test port by using internal software.
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Automation
GPIB
SCPI
COM
X
Internal
X
X
Methods
Internal analyzer execution
Applications can be developed in a built-in VBA® (Visual Basic for Applications)
language. Applications can be executed from within the analyzer via COM
(component object model) or using SCPI.
Controlling via GPIB
The GPIB interface operates to IEEE 488.2 and SCPI protocols.
The analyzer can be controlled by a GPIB external controller. The analyzer can
control external devices using a USB/GPIB interface.
Controlling via USB (USBTMC)
The USB interface operates to USBTMC and SCPI protocols.
The analyzer can be controlled by an external PC using the USB interface with a
USB cable.
LAN
Standard conformity
10 BaseT or 100 BaseTX (automatically switched), Ethertwist,
RJ45 connector
Protocol
TCP/IP
Function
Telnet, SICL-LAN
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E5091A multiport test set
The section provides test set input/output performance without calibration by the E5070B/E5071B.
Table 2-1
Description
Range
Test set input/output performance
Specification
Supplemental information
50 MHz to 8.5 GHz
Damage level
20 dBm, ±25 VDC (typical)
Table 2-2
Option E5091A-009 port performance
Description
Specification
50 MHz to 300 MHz
300 MHz to 1.3 GHz
1.3 GHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
19 dB
15 dB
20 dB
17 dB
18 dB
15 dB
12 dB
11 dB
10 dB
8 dB
23 dB
18 dB
25 dB
20 dB
19 dB
16 dB
12 dB
12 dB
11 dB
9 dB
19 dB
19 dB
17 dB
13 dB
9 dB
3 dB
5 dB
3 dB
5 dB
4 dB
7 dB
5 dB
8 dB
6 dB
9.5 dB
0.005 dB/° C
0.005 dB/° C
0.005 dB/° C
0.01 dB/° C
0.015 dB/° C
-100 dB
-100 dB
-100 dB
-100 dB
-90 dB
Load match
Test port selected
A, T2, R1+, R1–
T1, R2+, R2–, R3+, R3–
Test port unselected
A, T2, R1+, R1–, R3+, R3–
T1, R2+, R2–
Interconnect port, typical
P1, P2, P3, P4
Insertion loss
Test port
A, T2, R1+, R1–
T1, R2+, R2–, R3+, R3–
Stability, typical
Isolation
Over arbitrarily test ports
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Table 2-3
Option E5091A-016 port performance
Description
Specification
50 MHz to 300 MHz
300 MHz to 1.3 GHz
1.3 GHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
6 GHz to 8.5 GHz
A, T4, R1+, R1–, R2+, R2–,
R3+, R3–, R4+, R4–
15 dB
17 dB
15 dB
9 dB
8 dB
T1, T2, T3
12 dB
14 dB
14 dB
8 dB
6 dB
A, T4, T2, R1+, R1–, R2+, R2–
R3+, R3–, R4+, R4–, R4–
18 dB
20 dB
16 dB
10 dB
9 dB
T1, T2, T3
13 dB
15 dB
14 dB
8 dB
6 dB
12 dB
12 dB
12 dB
9 dB
7 dB
A, T4, R1+, R1–, R2+, R2–, R3+, R3–,
R4+, R4–
6 dB
6 dB
7 dB
8 dB
9.5 dB
T1, T2, T3
6 dB
9 dB
10.5 dB
12 dB
14.5 dB
0.005 dB/° C
0.005 dB/° C
0.005 dB/° C
0.01 dB/° C
0.015 dB/° C
-100 dB
-100 dB
-100 dB
-100 dB
-80 dB
Load match
Test port selected
Test port unselected
Interconnect port, typical
P1, P2, P3, P4
Insertion loss
Test port
Stability per switch, typical
Isolation
Over arbitrarily test ports
Table 2-4
Front panel information
Description
Supplemental information
RF connectors
Interconnect ports
Type
Type-N, female, 50 Ω, nominal
Number of ports
4 ports
Test ports (Option E5091A-009)
Type
Type-N, female, 50 Ω, nominal
Number of ports
9 ports
Test ports (Option E5091A-016)
Type
SMA, female, 50 Ω, nominal
Number of ports
25 ports (includes configurable switch port)
Control line
15 pin D-sub, female
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Table 2-5
Rear panel information
Description
Supplemental information
USB port
Type B-receptacles, provide connection to the E5070B/E5071B
Line
power 1
Frequency
47 Hz to 63 Hz
Voltage
90 to 132 VAC, or 198 to 264 VAC (automatically switched)
VA max
150 VA max.
For EMC, safety and environment information, refer to E5070B/E5071B section.
Table 2-6
Test set dimensions and block diagram
Description
Supplemental information
Dimensions
Option E5091A-009
See figure 2-1, 2-3, and 2-4
Option E5091A-016
See figure 2-2, 2-3, and 2-5
Weight
Option E5091A-009
6 kg
Option E5091A-016
7 kg
Block diagram
Option E5091A-009/016
See figure 2-6
Figure 2-1. Dimensions (front view, with option E5091A-009, in millimeters, nominal)
1A
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third-wire ground is required.
Figure 2-2. Dimensions (front view, with option E5091A-016, in millimeters, nominal)
Figure 2-3. Dimensions (rear view, in millimeters, nominal)
Figure 2-4. Dimensions (side view, with Option E5091A-009, in millimeters, nominal)
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Figure 2-5. Dimensions (side view, with Option E5091A-016, in millimeters, nominal)
Figure 2-6. Block diagram
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Corrected system performance for 75 Ω measurements with 11852B
50 Ω to 75 Ω minimum-loss pads (supplemental information)
Table 3-1
Corrected system performance with type-N 75 Ω device connectors, 85036E calibration kit
Network analyzer: E5070B/E5071B, calibration kit: 85036E (type-N 75 Ω), 50 Ω to 75 Ω adapters: 11852B, calibration: full 2-port
IF bandwidth = 10 Hz, no averaging applied to data, environmental temperature = 23° C ± 5° C with < 1° C deviation from
calibration temperature, Isolation calibration not omitted
Description
Supplemental information (dB, typical)
3 MHz to 3 GHz
Directivity
37
Source match
33
Load match
37
Reflection tracking
±0.017
Transmission tracking
±0.021
Transmission uncertainty 3 MHz to 3 GHz (supplemental information, typical)
Magnitude
Phase
Reflection uncertainty 3 MHz to 3 GHz (supplemental information, typical)
Magnitude
Phase
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