Network Analyzer 8 GHz Rev1_01_160213 - Scientific Mes

Network Analyzer 8 GHz Rev1_01_160213 - Scientific Mes
Frequency range: 300 kHz to 8.0 GHz
Measured parameters S11 , S21 , S12 , S22 – PLANAR 804/1
S11 . . . . S44 – PLANAR 808/1
Dynamic range of transmission measurement magnitude 140 dB
Measurement time per point 100 ms
Output power adjustment range -60 dBm to +10 dBm
This Network Analyzer is designed for use in the process of
development, adjustment and testing of various electronic devices in
industrial and education laboratory facilities, including operation as a
component of an automated measurement system.
Technical Specifications
Measurement Range
Test port connector
Number of test ports
Frequency range
Full CW frequency accuracy
Frequency setting resolution
Number of measurement points
Measurement bandwidths
Dynamic range (IF bandwidth 10 Hz)
50 W (75 W connectors
via adapters)
N-type, female
2 (PLANAR-804/1)
4 (PLANAR-808/1)
300 kHz to 8.0 GHz
± 5x10
1 Hz
2 to 500001
1 Hz to 30 kHz(with1/
1.5/2/3/5/7 steps)
135 dB, type. 140 dB
Measurement Accuracy
(Applies over 23 °C ± 5 °C 40 minutes warm up time, at output power
-5 dBm and IF bandwidth 10 Hz)
Accuracy of transmission measurements (magnitude / phase)
+5 dB to +15 dB
-50 dB to +5 dB
-70 dB to -50 dB
-90 dB to -70 dB
0.2 dB / 2°
0.1 dB / 1°
0.2 dB / 2°
1.0 dB / 6°
Accuracy of reflection measurements (magnitude / phase)
0.4 dB / 3°
-15 dB to 0 dB
1.0 dB / 6°
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
3.0 dB / 20°
Trace stability
Trace noise magnitude
1 mdB rms
(IF bandwidth 3 kHz)
Temperature dependence
(per one degree of temperature variation) 0.02 dB
Effective System Data
Effective directivity
Effective source match
Effective load match
45 dB
40 dB
45 dB
Test Port
Directivity (without system error correction)18 dB
Test Port Output
Match (without system error correction) 18 dB
Power range
-60 dBm to +10 dBm
300 kHz to 6.0 GHz
-60 dBm to +5 dBm
6.0 GHz to 8.0 GHz
Power accuracy
±1.5 dB
Power resolution
0.05 dB
Harmonics distortion
Non-harmonic spurious
-25 dBc
-30 dBc
Test Port Input
Match (without system error correction)
Damage level
Damage DC voltage
Noise level (defined as the rms value of the
Specified noise floor, IF bandwidth 10 Hz)
18 dB
+26 dBm
35 V
-125 dBm
Measurement Speed
Measurement time per point
Source to receiver port switchover time
100 ms
10 ms
Typical cycle time versus number of measurement points
Number of points
Start 300 kHz, stop 10 MHz, IF bandwidth 30 kHz
13.1 ms 51.3 ms 102.3 ms 408.3 ms
45.5 ms 122.0 ms 230.5 ms 840.5 ms
Full two-port calibration
Start 10 MHz, stop 8.0 GHz, IF bandwidth 30 kHz
6.5 ms 21.1 ms 40.5 ms 157.7 ms
32.4 ms 61.7 ms 100.3 ms 333.0 ms
Full two-port calibration
General Data
External reference frequency
Input level
Input impedance at« 10 MHz »
Input Connector type
Output reference signal level at 50 W
«OUT 10 MHz» connector type
Display and software installation
External PC System Requirements
Operating System
CPU Frequency
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Atmospheric pressure
Calibration interval
Power supply:
Power consumption
Dimensions (L x W x H)
10 MHz
2 dBm ± 2 dB
50 W
BNC female
3 dBm ±2 dB
BNC female
On host PC (Not
supplied with the
Windows XP/ Vista /7
1 GHz
512 MB
+5 °C to +40 °C
-45 °C to +55 °C
90% at 25 °C
84 to 106.7 kPa
3 years
220 ± 22 V(AC) , 50 Hz
40 W(PLANAR-804/1)
60 W(PLANAR-808/1)
324 x 415 x 96 mm
7 kg approx.(PLANAR804/1)
8 kg approx.(PLANAR808/1)
Measurement Capabilities
Measured parameters
Number of measurement channels
Data traces
Memory traces
Data display formats
S11 , S21 , S12 , S22 (PLANAR-804/1)
S11, S21, S31, S41, S12, S22, S32, S42, S13, S23, S33, S43, S14, S24, S34, S44(PLANAR-808/1)
Absolute power of the reference and received signals at the port.
Up to 16 independent logical channels. Each logical channel is represented on the screen as an
individual channel window. A logical channel is defined by such stimulus signal settings as
frequency range , number of test points, power level, etc.
Up to 16 data traces can be displayed in each channel window. A data trace represents one of
such parameters of the DUT as S-parameters, response in time domain, input power response.
Each of the 16 data traces can be saved into memory for further comparison with the current
Logarithmic magnitude, linear magnitude, phase, expanded phase, group delay, SWR, real
part, imaginary part, Smith chart diagram and polar diagram.
Sweep Features
Sweep type
Measured points per sweep
Segment sweep features
Sweep trigger
Linear frequency sweep, logarithmic frequency sweep, and segment frequency sweep, when
the stimulus power is a fixed value; and linear power sweep when frequency is a fixed value.
Set by the user from 2 to 500001.
A frequency sweep within several independent user-defined segments. Frequency range,
number of sweep points, source power, and IF bandwidth should be set for each segment.
Source power from –60 dBm to +10 dBm with resolution of 0.05 dB. In frequency sweep mode
the power slope can be set to up to 2 dB/GHz for compensation of high frequency attenuation in
connection wires.
Trigger modes: continuous, single, hold.
Trigger sources: internal, manual, external, bus.
Trace Functions
Trace display
Trace math
Electrical delay
Phase offset
Data trace, memory trace, or simultaneous indication of data and memory traces.
Data trace modification by math operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication or division of
measured complex values and memory data.
Automatic selection of scale division and reference level value to have the trace most effectively
Calibration plane moving to compensate for the delay in the test setup. Compensation for
electrical delay in a DUT during measurements of deviation from linear phase.
Phase offset defined in degrees.
Accuracy Enhancement
Calibration methods
Reflection and transmission normalization
Full one-port calibration
One-path two-port calibration
Full two-port calibration
Full n-port calibration
TRL calibration
Calibration of a test setup (which includes the Analyzer, cables, and adapters) significantly
increases the accuracy of measurements. Calibration allows for correction of the errors caused
by imperfections in the measurement system: system directivity, source and load match,
tracking and isolation.
The following calibration methods of various sophistication and accuracy enhancement level
are available:
-reflection and transmission normalization
-full one-port calibration
-one-path two-port calibration
-full two-port calibration
-full three-port and four-port calibrations(PLANAR-808/1)
-TRL calibration
The simplest calibration method. It provides low accuracy.
Method of calibration performed for one-port reflection measurements. It ensures high
Method of calibration performed for reflection and one-way transmission measurements. for
example for measuring S11 and S21 only. It ensures high accuracy for reflection measurements,
and mean accuracy for transmission measurements.
Method of calibration performed for full S-parameter matrix measurement of a two-port DUT. It
ensures high accuracy.
Method of calibration performed for full S-parameter matrix measurement of a n-port DUT,
where n is 3 or 4. It ensures high accuracy.(PLANAR-808/1).
Method of calibration performed for full S-parameter matrix measurement of a two-port DUT.It
Mechanical Calibration Kits
Electronic Calibration Modules
Sliding load calibration standard
"Unknown" Thru calibration standard
Defining of calibration standards
Error correction interpolation
ensures higher accuracy than two-port calibration. LRL and LRM modifications of this
calibration method are available.
The user can select one of the predefined calibration kits of various manufacturers or define own
calibration kits.
Electronic calibration modules offered by PLANAR make the Analyzer calibration faster and
easier than traditional mechanical calibration.
The use of sliding load calibration standard allows significant increase in calibration accuracy at
high frequencies compared to the fixed load calibration standard.
The use of generic two-port reciprocal network instead of a thru in full two-port calibration allows
to calibrate the Analyzer for measurement of non-insertable devices.
Different methods of calibration standard defining are available:
- standard defining by polynomial model
- standard defining by data (S-parameters)
When the user changes such settings as start/stop frequencies and number of sweep points,
compared to the settings at the moment of calibration, interpolation or extrapolation of the
calibration coefficients will be applied.
Supplemental Calibration Methods
Power calibration
Receiver calibration
Method of calibration, which allows more stable maintaining of the power level setting at the
DUT input. An external power meter should be connected to the USB port directly or via
USB/GPIB adapter.
Method of calibration, which calibrates the receiver gain at absolute signal power measurement.
Marker Functions
Data markers
Reference marker
Marker search
Marker search additional features
Setting parameters by markers
Marker math functions
RF filter
Up to 16 markers for each trace. Reference marker available for delta marker operation. Smith
chart diagram supports 5 marker formats: linear magnitude/phase, log magnitude/phase, real/
imaginary, R + jX and G + jB. Polar diagram supports 3 marker formats: linear magnitude/phase,
log magnitude/phase, and real/imaginary.
Enables indication of any maker values as relative to the reference marker.
Search for max, min, peak, or target values on a trace.
User-definable search range. Functions of specific condition tracking or single operation
Setting of start, stop and center frequencies by the stimulus value of the marker and setting of
reference level by the response value of the marker.
Statistics, bandwidth, flatness, RF filter.
Calculation and display of mean, standard deviation and peak-to-peak in a frequency range
limited by two markers on a trace.
Determines bandwidth between cutoff frequency points for an active marker or absolute
maximum. The bandwidth value, center frequency, lower frequency, higher frequency, Q value,
and insertion loss are displayed.
Displays gain, slope, and flatness between two markers on a trace.
Displays insertion loss and peak-to-peak ripple of the passband, and the maximum signal
magnitude in the stopband. The passband and stopband are defined by two pairs of markers.
Data Analysis
Port impedance conversion
S-parameter conversion
Time domain transformation
Time domain gating
The function of conversion of the S-parameters measured at 50 W port into the values, which
could be determined if measured at a test port with arbitrary impedance.
The function allows to mathematically exclude from the measurement result the effect of the
fixture circuit connected between the calibration plane and the DUT. This circuit should be
described by an S-parameter matrix in a Touchstone file.
The function allows to mathematically simulate the DUT parameters after virtual integration of a
fixture circuit between the calibration plane and the DUT. This circuit should be described by an
S-parameter matrix in a Touchstone file.
The function allows conversion of the measured S-parameters to the following parameters:
reflection impedance and admittance, transmission impedance and admittance, and inverse Sparameters.
The function performs data transformation from frequency domain into response of the DUT to
various stimulus types in time domain. Modeled stimulus types: bandpass, lowpass impulse,
and lowpass step. Time domain span is set by the user arbitrarily from zero to maximum, which
is determined by the frequency step. Windows of various forms are used for better tradeoff
between resolution and level of spurious side lobes.
The function mathematically removes unwanted responses in time domain what allows for
obtaining frequency response without influence from the fixture elements. The function applies
reverse transformation back to frequency domain after cutting out the user-defined span in time
domain. Gating filter types: bandpass or notch. For better tradeoff between gate resolution and
level of spurious side lobes the following filter shapes are available: maximum, wide, normal and
Mixer / Converter Measurements
Scalar mixer / converter measurements
Vector mixer / converter measurements
Scalar mixer / converter calibration
Vector mixer /converter calibration
Automatic frequency offset adjustment
Other Features
Analyzer control
Familiar graphical user interface
The scalar method allows measuring magnitude only of transmission coefficient of mixer and
other frequency translating devices . No external mixers or other devices are required. The
scalar method employs port frequency offset when there is difference between source port
frequency and receiver port frequency.
The vector method allows measuring both magnitude and phase of the mixer transmission
coefficient. The method requires an external mixer and a LO common for both the external mixer
and the mixer under test.
The most accurate method of calibration applied for measurements of mixers in frequency offset
mode. The OPEN, SHORT, and LOAD calibration standards are used. An external power meter
should be connected to the USB port directly or via USB/GPIB adapter.
Method of calibration applied for vector mixer measurements. OPEN, SHORT and LOAD
calibration standards are used.
The function performs automatic frequency offset adjustment when the scalar mixer /
converter measurements are performed to compensate for internal LO setting inaccuracy
in the DUT.
Using external personal computer, which runs the Analyzer software.
Graphical user interface based on Windows operating system ensures fast and easy Analyzer
operation by the user.
Features saving trace data in *.CSV, *.s1p and *.s2p formats; and saving the creen captures in
*.png format
The program allows to save the current state configuration for further recall. A state
configuration includes signal source parameters, data traces, memory traces, marker,
calibration, etc.
The diagram and data printout function has preview feature. The preview, saving and printout
can be performed using MS Word, Image Viewer for Windows, or Analyzer Print Wizard.
Saving trace data
State save / recall
Diagram printout/saving
Remote Control And Data Exchange
COM/DCOM automation is used for remote control and data exchange with the user software.
The Analyzer program runs as COM/DCOM server.
The user program runs as COM/DCOM client.
The COM client runs on Analyzer PC.
The DCOM client runs on a separate PC connected via LAN.
File : Network Analyzer 8.0GHz Rev1_01
(Subject to change)
Scientific Mes-Technik Pvt. Ltd.
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