Cobalt 20 GHz Data Sheet - Copper Mountain Technologies

Cobalt 20 GHz Data Sheet - Copper Mountain Technologies
Industry-leading dynamic range and sweep speed
The Cobalt 20 GHz Product Series of high-performance vector network analyzers offers an unmatched price-performance combination
for S-parameter measurement between 100 kHz and 20 GHz and incorporates multiple technological innovations.
Advanced electromagnetic modeling was used to optimize the 20 GHz Cobalt’s ultra-wideband directional coupler design. Because
we incorporated new production methods for precision, these directional couplers have extraordinary stability, both over temperature
and over very long intervals of time. Cobalt’s hybrid dual-core DSP+FPGA signal processing engine, combined with new frequency
synthesizer technologies, propel Cobalt’s measurement speed to among the most advanced instruments in the industry, and well past
the achievements of any cost-competitive products.
Copper Mountain Technologies’ USB VNAs are next generation analyzers designed to meet the needs of 21st Century engineers. Our
VNAs include an RF measurement module and a processing module, a software application which runs on a Windows PC, laptop or
tablet, connecting to the measurement hardware via USB interface.
This innovative approach delivers high measurement accuracy and enables users to take advantage of faster processors, newer
computers and larger displays. USB VNAs have lower Total Cost of Ownership and fewer potential failure points.
These instruments are smaller and lighter, can go almost anywhere, are very easy to share and eliminate the need for data purging or
hard drive removal in secure environments.
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The Whole Solution
Warranty, Service, & Repairs
All our products come with a standard three-year warranty from date of shipment. During that time we will repair or replace any
product malfunctioning due to defective parts or labor.
While we pride ourselves on quality of our instruments, should your VNA malfunction for any reason, we will gladly offer a loaner unit
while we service yours. With our USB VNAs where all data is stored on your PC, a simple swap of the measurement module assures
uninterrupted workflow and little or no downtime.
Our engineers are an extension of your team
Our team of applications engineers, service technicians, and metrology scientists are here to help you with technical support,
application-specific recommendations, annual performance testing, and troubleshooting or repair of your CMT instruments.
Our engineers will work with your team to augment your in-house capabilities. We can write custom applications and test software,
develop test automation scripts and help with integrated RF system testing. We can design and provide an RF switching network
specific to your requirements; electro-mechanical, solid-state, or PIN diode-based. If the S-parameter measurement fixture involves
challenging conditions for repeatability and accuracy we can assist with measurement uncertainty analysis.
An extensive library of technical materials including application notes, tips on performing VNA measurements, sample automation
scripts, and how-to videos are available on our website www.coppermountaintech.com and YouTube channel, CopperMountainTech.
Annual Calibration
Copper Mountain Technologies’ Indianapolis calibration laboratory is accredited in accordance with the recognized international
standard ISO/IEC 17025 (2005) and meets the requirements of ANSI/NCSL Z540-1994-1. All reference standards and equipment in
the laboratory are traceable to National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) or international equivalent.
Should you prefer to perform the annual testing yourself or use a third party, contact us for information or questions on performing
these procedures. Additionally, the VNA Performance Test (VNAPT) software application is available for third party laboratories without
restriction. Use of VNAPT to execute performance tests is optional, but the software is designed to automate and streamline VNA
performance testing, including automatic generation of test reports. Please contact Copper Mountain Technologies or your local
distributor for recommended calibration options.
“The small size and low weight of CMT’s VNAs are also advantageous for applications in the manufacturing industries.
For example, applications such as base transceiver station (BTS) filter tuning or semiconductor manufacturing require
a wide dynamic range and fast speed. CMT’s C1209 and C1220 are ideal instruments for these applications because
they not only address the performance requirements of the applications but their form factor also enables them to
be put on top of the handlers rather than being put on the side, where they take up space. As a result, customers
are able to put more handlers in a room, increasing throughput. With CMT’s VNAs, customers also get the additional
benefit of instantaneous data transfer as the VNA and the handler are in the same operating system (OS).”
Jessy Cavazos
Industry Director, Frost & Sullivan
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Software Application
Software application is part of the VNA
The software application takes raw measurement data
from the data acquisition (measurement) module and
recalculates into S-parameters in multiple presentation
formats utilizing proprietary algorithms. These new and
advanced calibration and other accuracy enhancing
algorithms were developed by our metrology experts.
Our software can be downloaded free from our website,
used on an unlimited number of PCs, and enables easy
VNA integration with other software applications and
automation.
The software application features a fully functioning Demo
Mode, which can be used for exploring the VNAs’ features
and capabilities without an actual measurement module
connected to your PC.
Measurement Capabilities
Measured parameters
S11, S21, S12, S44 for the 2-port models and S11.... S44 for the 4-port models, and absolute power of reference and received signals at the
port.
Number of measurement channels
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, or power level.
Data traces
Up to 16 data traces can be displayed in each channel window. A data trace represents one of the DUT parameters, including
S-parameters, response in time domain, or input power response.
Memory traces
Each of the 16 data traces can be saved into memory for further comparison with the current values.
Data display formats
Logarithmic magnitude, linear magnitude, phase, expanded phase, group delay, SWR, real part, imaginary part, Smith chart diagram
and polar diagram display formats are available.
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Dynamic Range & Speed
Cobalt’s combination of a wide dynamic range and high measurement speed make it an ideal VNA for measuring and tuning high
performance filters.
BTS Filter Tuning
Cobalt 20 GHz VNAs have 145 dB dynamic range at
1 Hz IFBW, which allows them to maintain a wide
measurement range at high measurement speeds.
Measurement of all S-parameters of a BTS filter with
full two-port and 801 measurement points with 1
MHz IFBW takes only 17.5ms while maintaining
a measurement range of over 100 dB. This time is
almost completely determined by the IFBW of the
VNA. This measurement speed allows for real time
tuning of high isolation BTS filters.
SAW Filters
The 145 dB dynamic range of Cobalt VNAs combined
with high measurement speed per point allows
measurement of SAW filters’ S-parameters with full
2-port calibration and 1601 measurement points in
less than 32 ms while still maintaining more than
100 dB measurement range (IFBW at 1 MHz). This
measurement speed corresponds to the performance
of the most advanced handlers used for automatic
verification of mass-produced SAW filters.
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Software Application
Sweep Features
Sweep type: Linear frequency sweep and logarithmic frequency sweep are performed with fixed output power.
Linear power sweep is a fixed frequency.
Measured points per sweep: Set by the user from 2 to at least 500,001.
Segment sweep features: A frequency sweep within several independent user-defined segments. Frequency
range, number of sweep points, source power, and IF bandwidth can be set for each segment.
Output Power: Source power from -60 dBm to +15 dBm with a resolution of 0.05 dB. In frequency sweep mode
power slope can be set up to 2 dB/GHz to compensate for high frequency attentuation in fixture cables.
Sweep Trigger:
Trigger modes: continuous, single, or hold.
Trigger sources: internal, manual, external, bus.
Trace Functions
Trace display
Data trace, memory trace, or simultaneous indication of data and memory traces.
Trace math
Data trace modification by math operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication or division of measured complex
values and memory data.
Autoscaling
Automatic selection of scale division and reference level value to have the trace most effectively displayed.
Electrical delay
Calibration plane moving to compensate for the delay in the test setup, or for compensation of electrical delay in the
device under test (DUT) during measurements phase deviation.
Phase offset
Defined in degrees.
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Frequency Scan Segmentation
The VNA has a large frequency range with the option of frequency
scan segmentation. This allows for optimal use of the instrument
to realize maximum dynamic range while maintaining high
measurement speed.
Power Scaling & Compression Point Recognition
The power sweep feature turns compression point recognition,
one of the most fundamental and complex amplifier
measurements, into a simple and accurate operation.
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Software Application
Mixer/Converter Measurements
Scalar mixer/converter measurements
The scalar method allows the user to measure only the magnitude of the
transmission coefficient of the mixer or other frequency translating device. No
external mixers or other devices are required. The scalar method employs port
frequency offset when there is a difference between the source port frequency
and the receiver port frequency.
Scalar mixer/converter calibration
This is 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.
Vector mixer/converter measurements
The vector method allows measurement of both the magnitude and phase
of the mixer transmission coefficient. This method requires an external mixer
and an LO common to both the external mixer and the mixer under test.
Vector mixer/converter calibration
This method of calibration is applied for vector mixer measurements. OPEN,
SHORT, and LOAD calibration standards are used.
Automatic frequency offset adjustment
This function performs automatic frequency offset
adjustment when the scalar mixer/converter
measurements are performed to compensate for LO
setting inaccuracy of the DUT.
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Time Domain Measurements
This function performs conversion from frequency domain into response
of the DUT to various stimulus types in time domain. Modeled stimulus
types are bandpass, lowpass impulse, and lowpass step. The time domain
span is arbitrarily between zero to maximum, which is determined by the
frequency step. Windows of various shapes are used for tradeoff between
resolution and levels of spurious sidelobes.
Here, built in time domain analysis allows the user to detect a physical
impairment in a cable.
Time domain analysis allows measurements of SAW filters such as the
time delay and feedthrough signal suppression.
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Software Application
Time Domain Gating
This function mathematically removes unwanted responses in the time
domain, which allows the user to obtain a frequency response without
effects of fixture elements.
This function applies reverse transformation back to the frequency
domain after cutting out the user-defined span in the time domain.
Gating filter types are bandpass or notch. For a better tradeoff between
gate resolution and level of spurious sidelobes the following filter
shapes are available: maximum, wide, normal and minimum.
Applications of these features include, but are not limited to:
measurements of SAW filter parameters, such as filter time delay or
forward transmission attenuation.
Limit Testing
Limit testing is a function for automatic pass/fail based on
measurement results. Pass/fail is based on comparison of the trace
to the limit line set by the user and can consist of one or several
segments.
Each segment checks the measurement value for failing either the
upper or lower limit, or both. The limit line segment is defined by
specifying the coordinates of the beginning (X0, Y0) and the end
(X1, Y1) of the segment, and type of the limit. The MAX or MIN limit
types check if the trace falls outside of the upper or lower limit,
respectively.
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Embedding
De-Embedding
Allows the user to
mathematically simulate
the DUT parameters after
virtual connection through
a fixture circuit between the
calibration plane and the
DUT. This circuit is described
by an S-parameter matrix in
a Touchstone file.
Allows users to
mathematically exclude
from the measurement
result the effect of the fixture
circuit connected between
the calibration plane and a
DUT. This circuit should be
described by an S-parameter
matrix in a Touchstone file.
AUX Ports (Optional)
Some measurement applications, for example
characterization of a log amplifier, involve measurement
of the detector’s output voltage or an amplifier DUT’s
efficiency over frequency or input power, which
necessitates making voltage measurements in addition
to standard S-parameter measurements. Cobalt series
analyzers configured with option HW-C-AUX incorporate
two general-purpose analog voltage input ports to
measure system or DUT voltages synchronously with
the VNA sweep. Either input may be configured for
+/- 1.0 VDC or +/- 10.0 VDC operation and voltage
measurements viewed directly in the VNA’s Windows
application.
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Software Application
Port Impedance Conversion
This function converts the
S-parameters measured at a 50 Ω
port into values which would be
seen if measured at a test port with
arbitrary impedance.
S-Parameter Conversion
This function allows for conversion of
measured S-parameters to the following
parameters: reflection impedance and
admittance, transmission impedance and
admittance, and inverse S-parameters.
Data Output
Analyzer State
All state, calibration and measurement data can be saved to an Analyzer state file on the
hard disk and later recalled into the software program. The following four types of states are
available: State, State & Cal, Stat & Trace, or All.
Channel State
A channel state can be saved into tha Analyzer state. The procedure is similar to saving of the
Analyzer state, and the same types are applied to channel saving. Unlike Analyzer state, channel state is saved into
the Analyzer volatile memory (not to the hard disk) and is cleared when power to the Analyzer is switched off. For
channel state, there are four memory registers A, B, C, D. Channel state saving allows the user to easily copy the
settings of one channel to another one.
Trace Data CSV File
The Analyzer allows the user to save an individual trace’s data as a CSV file (comma separated values). The active
trace stimulus and response values, in its current format are saved to a *.CSV file.
Trace Data Touchstone File
Allows the user to save S-parameters to a Touchstone file. The Touchstone file contains
frequency values and S-parameters. Files of this format are industry-standard for most
circuit simluator programs. The .s2p, .s3p, and .s4p files are used for saving all S-parameters
of a device. The .s1p files are used for saving S11 or S22 parameters of a 1-port device. The
Touchstone file saving function is applied to individual channels.
Screenshot capture
A print function is provided with a preview feature, which allows for viewing the image to be printed on the
screen, and/or save it to a file. Screenshots can be printed using three different applications: MS Word, Image
Viewer for Windows, or the Print Wizard of the Analyzer. Each screenshot can be printed in color, grayscale, black
and white, or inverted for visibility or to save ink. The current date and time can be added to each capture before it
is transferred to the printing application, resulting in quick and easy test reporting.
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Calibration
User Calibration
Calibration
Calibration of a test setup (which includes the VNA, cables, and
adapters) significantly increases the accuracy of measurements.
Calibration allows for correction of errors caused by
imperfections in the measurement system: system directivity,
source and load match, tracking, and isolation.
Calibration methods
The following calibration methods of various sophistication and
accuracy are available:
• Reflection & transmission normalization
• Full one-port calibration
• One-path two-port calibration
• Full two-port, three-port and four-port calibration
Reflection and transmission normalization
This is the simplest calibration method; however, it provides
reduced accuracy compared to other methods.
Mechanical Calibration Kits
The user can select one of the predefined calibration kits of
various manufacturers or define a new calibration kit.
Electronic Calibration Modules
Electronic, or automatic, calibration modules offered by CMT
make calibration faster and easier than traditional mechanical
calibration.
Sliding load calibration standard
The use of a sliding load calibration standard allows for a
significant increase in calibration accuracy at high frequencies
compared to the fixed load calibration standard.
“Unknown” thru calibration standard
The use of a generic two-port reciprocal circuit instead of a
characterized Thru in full two-port calibration allows the user to
calibrate the VNA for measurement of “non-insertable” devices.
Full one-port calibration
Method of calibration performed for one-port reflection
measurements. It ensures high accuracy.
Defining of calibration standards
Different methods of calibration standard definition are
available: standard definition by polynomial model and
standard definition by data (S-parameters).
One-path two-port calibration
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 moderate accuracy for transmission measurements.
Error correction interpolation
When the user changes any settings such as the start/stop
frequencies or the number of sweep points, compared to
the settings at the moment of calibration, interpolation or
extrapolation of the calibration coefficients will be applied.
Full two-port, three-port, four-port calibration
This method of calibration is performed for full S-parameter
matrix measurement of a two-port DUT, ensuring high accuracy.
Power calibration
Power calibration allows more stable power level setting at the
DUT input. An external power meter should be connected to the
USB port directly or via a USB/GPIB adapter.
TRL calibration
Method of calibration performed for full S-parameter matrix
measurement of a two-port, three-port, or four-port DUT. It
ensures higher accuracy than two-port calibration. LRL and LRM
modifications of this calibration method are available.
Receiver calibration
This method calibrates the receiver gain at the absolute signal
power measurement.
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Automation
Automation Languages
We maintain code examples and guides in the following languages:
• C++
• LabVIEW
• MATLAB
• Python
• And many more
• Visual Basic (Excel)
Measurement Automation
COM/DCOM interface
The VNA software provides a COM/DCOM (ActiveX) interface, allowing the
instrument to be used as a part of a larger test system and in other specialized
applications. The VNA program runs as a COM/DCOM server, while the user
program runs as a client.
SCPI via TCP Socket
Alternatively a TCP socket is provided for automation from either localhost--the
same machine running the VNA software application--or from a second PC
connected by an IP network. The SCPI command is largely compatible with legacy instruments, maximizing code reuse for existing
test automation platforms.
SCPI via HiSlip
Based on VXI-11, the HiSlip interface uses the same SCPI command set but further allows for instrument discovery and provides ease
of automation through Visa library of your choice.
LabView compatible
The device and its software are fully compatible with LabView applications, for ultimate flexibility in user-generated programming and
automation.
Our command set is modeled after industry-standard legacy equipment; porting code is straightforward and we can help. Complete
installation of any CMT software comes with multiple programming examples and guides installed in the C:\VNA\S2VNA\ or C:\VNA\
S4VNA\ Programming Examples and Guides directory.
CMT software includes many features that other vendors offer as options, including Time Domain capability, S-parameter Embedding
and De-Embedding, Frequency Offset, and Vector Mixer Calibration functionality. No integrated PC means faster data processing
turnaround and regular updates that are easy to install. Less complexity in the VNA leads to fewer points of failure that cost you
production/development time.
Software comes with all the features developers have come to expect: segmented frequency sweeps, linear/logarithmic sweeps,
power sweeps, multiple trace formats, 16 channels max. with up to 16 traces each, marker math, and limit tests. These provide added
value to production testing by simplifying measurement interpretation. Plugins can add wide ranges of functionality and can be
developed upon request. Examples include streamlined production applications, functionality to trigger with external generators, and
virtual circuit matching modeling.
Automation Features
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• Segmented frequency sweeps • Power sweeps
• Multiple trace formats
• Linear/logarithmic sweeps
• 16 channels max. with up to 16 traces each • Limit tests
• Marker math
CobaltFx
Farran Technology and Copper Mountain Technologies, globally recognized innovators, with a combined 50 years’ experience in RF
test and measurement systems have partnered to create CobaltFx; your new millimeter-wave frequency extension solution.
CobaltFX is the first mmWave frequency extension solution that utilizes a 9 or 20 GHz VNA. CobaltFx’s high dynamic range and
directivity allow for highly accurate and stable millimeter-wave S-parameter measurements in three dedicated waveguide bands: 5075 GHz, 60-90 GHz, and 75-110 GHz. CobaltFx offers an unparalleled combination of price, performance, flexibility and size.
C4220 and C4420, the VNAs used in this system, are from Copper Mountain Technologies’ industry leading Cobalt Series. They
feature fast sweep speeds down to 10 microseconds per point and a dynamic range of up to 145 dB, all comprised in a compact, USB
form factor. C4220 and C4420 work seamlessly with Farran Technology’s millimeter-wave FEV frequency extenders.
The extenders are packaged in small and versatile enclosures that allow for flexible port arrangements with respect to the waveguide.
Waveguide ports are manufactured in accordance to the new IEEE 1785-2a standard and ensure industry leading alignment and
repeatability of connection, allowing for long interval times between calibration. The system comes with a precision calibration kit
containing flush short, offset piece and broadband load and allows for full 12-term port calibration.
Visit www.coppermountaintech.com or www.farran.com for more information.
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C1220 Specifications1
140 mm
440 mm
Primary Specifications
Impedance
Test port connector
Number of test ports
Frequency range
Full CW Frequency
Frequency setting resolution
Number of measurement points
Measurement bandwidths with 1/1.5/2/3/5/7 steps
Dynamic range
100 kHz to 1 MHz; 1 Hz IF BW
1 MHz to 20 GHz; 1 Hz IF BW
Time per point (Typ.)
Port switchover time (Typ.)
Measurement Accuracy
50 Ohm
NMD 3.5 mm Male
2
100 kHz to 20 GHz
±2x10-6
1 Hz
2 to 500,001
1 Hz to 2 MHz
120 dB
143 dB/145 dB typ.
12 µsec
0.2 msec
Effective System Data
Effective directivity
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective source match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective load match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective reflection tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective transmission tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
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Transmission 2
46 dB
42 dB
40 dB
38 dB
Reflection2
100 kHz to 1 MHz
-40 dB to 0 dB
-60 dB to -40 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
1 MHz to 20 GHz
0 dB to 10 dB
-60 dB to 0 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
-100 dB to '80 dB
100 kHz to 10 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
10 GHz to 20 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
Trace noise magnitude (3 kHz IF BW)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 9 GHz
Temperature dependence
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.2 dB/2°
0.3 dB/3°
1.1 dB/7°
0.2 dB/2°
0.1 dB/1°
0.2 dB/2°
1.0 dB/6°
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.4 dB/3°
1.0 dB/6°
3.0 dB/20°
0.5 dB/4°
1.5 dB/10°
5.5 dB/30°
0.02 dB RMS
0.001 dB RMS
0.020 dB/°C, 0.010 dB/°C typ.
46 dB
42 dB
0.05 dB
0.10 dB
0.20 dB
0.05 dB
[1] All specifications subject to change without notice.
[2] At 23 ° C +/- 5 °C after 40 minutes warmup time, with +/- 1°C ambient deviation from calibration temperature, at 0 dBm output power
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5 1/2 inches
17 1/4 inches
Test Port
External Reference Output
Directivity (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
10 dB
20 dB
15 dB
Test Port Output
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Power Range
Power Accuracy
Power Resolution
Harmonic distortion (Power out 0 dBm)
Non-harmonic spurious (Power out 0 dBm)
10 dB
15 dB
-60 dBm to +10 dBm
±1.5 dB
0.050 dB
-25 dBc
-30 dBc
Test Port Input
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Damage Level
Damage DC Voltage
Noise Floor
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
10 dB
15 dB
+26 dBm
35 V
-110 dBm/Hz
-133 dBm/Hz
Measurement Speed
Number of points (IF bandwidth 1 MHz)
51
201
401
1601
Uncorrected
7.3 ms
4.2 ms
6.5 ms
20.5 ms
2-Port Calibration
4.4 ms
8.2 ms
12.8 ms
40.8 ms
External Reference Input
Connector type
External reference frequency
Input level
Input impedance at <<Ref IN 10 MHz>>
BNC Female
10 MHz
-2 dBm to 4 dBm
50 Ohm
<<OUT 10 MHz>> connector type
Output reference signal level at 50 Ohm impedance
BNC Female
0 dBm to 2 dBm
External Trigger Input
Type
Input level low threshold voltage
Input level high threshold voltage
Input level range
Pulse width
Polarity
BNC, Female
0.8 V
2.7 V
0 to 5 V
2 µsec
Positive or Negative
External Trigger Output
Type
Maximum output current
Output level low threshold voltage
Output level high threshold voltage
Polarity
BNC, Female
20 mA
0.4 V
3.0 V
Positive or Negative
System & Power
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Atmospheric pressure
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Weight
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
-50°C to 70°C (-58°F to 158°F)
90% at 25°C (77°F)
84.0 kPa to 106.7 kPa
110-240 V, 50-60 Hz
110.0 W
14.0 kg/494 oz
Factory Adjustment
Recommended Factory Adjustment Interval
3 Years
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C2220 Specifications1
140 mm
440 mm
Primary Specifications
Impedance
Test port connector
Number of test ports
Direct Access
Frequency range
Full CW Frequency
Frequency setting resolution
Number of measurement points
Measurement bandwidths with 1/1.5/2/3/5/7 steps
Dynamic range
100 kHz to 1 MHz; 1 Hz IF BW
1 MHz to 20 GHz; 1 Hz IF BW
Time per point (Typ.)
Port switchover time (Typ.)
50 Ohm
NMD 3.5 mm Male
2
Yes; Source, Ref & Meas
100 kHz to 20 GHz
±2x10-6
1 Hz
2 to 500,001
1 Hz to 2 MHz
120 dB
140 dB/130 dB, typ.
12 µsec
0.2 msec
Effective System Data
Effective directivity
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective source match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective load match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective reflection tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective transmission tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
46 dB
42 dB
40 dB
38 dB
46 dB
42 dB
Measurement Accuracy
Transmission2
Reflection2
100 kHz to 1 MHz
-40 dB to 0 dB
-60 dB to -40 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
1 MHz to 20 GHz
0 dB to 10 dB
-60 dB to 0 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
-100 dB to '80 dB
100 kHz to 10 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
10 GHz to 20 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
Trace noise magnitude (3 kHz IF BW)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 9 GHz
Temperature dependence
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.2 dB/2°
0.3 dB/3°
1.1 dB/7°
0.2 dB/2°
0.1 dB/1°
0.2 dB/2°
1.0 dB/6°
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.4 dB/3°
1.0 dB/6°
3.0 dB/20°
0.5 dB/4°
1.5 dB/10°
5.5 dB/30°
0.02 dB RMS
0.001 dB RMS
0.020 dB/°C, 0.010 dB/°C typ.
Schematic Diagram of Cobalt C2220
0.05 dB
0.10 dB
0.20 dB
0.05 dB
Test Port
Directivity (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
17
10 dB
20 dB
15 dB
[1] All specifications subject to change without notice.
[2] At 23 ° C +/- 5 °C after 40 minutes warmup time, with +/- 1°C ambient deviation from calibration temperature, at 0 dBm output power
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17 1/4 inches
Test Port Output
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Power Range
Power Accuracy
Power Resolution
Harmonic distortion (Power out 0 dBm)
Non-harmonic spurious (Power out 0 dBm)
10 dB
15 dB
-60 dBm to +10 dBm
±1.5 dB
0.050 dB
-25 dBc
-30 dBc
Test Port Input
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Damage Level
Damage DC Voltage
Noise Floor
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
10 dB
15 dB
+26 dBm
35 V
-110 dBm/Hz
-130 dBm/Hz
Measurement Speed
Number of points (IF bandwidth 1 MHz)
51
201
401
1601
Uncorrected
7.3 ms
4.2 ms
6.5 ms
20.5 ms
2-Port Calibration
4.4 ms
8.2 ms
12.8 ms
40.8 ms
External Trigger Input
Type
Input level low threshold voltage
Input level high threshold voltage
Input level range
Pulse width
Polarity
External Trigger Output
Type
Maximum output current
Output level low threshold voltage
Output level high threshold voltage
Polarity
Connector type
External reference frequency
Input level
Input impedance at <<Ref IN 10 MHz>>
BNC Female
10 MHz
-2 dBm to 4 dBm
50 Ohm
External Reference Output
<<OUT 10 MHz>> connector type
Output reference signal level at 50 Ohm impedance
BNC Female
0 dBm to 2 dBm
BNC, Female
20 mA
0.4 V
3.0 V
Positive or Negative
System & Power
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Atmospheric pressure
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Weight
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
-50°C to 70°C (-58°F to 158°F)
90% at 25°C (77°F)
84.0 kPa to 106.7 kPa
110-240 V, 50-60 Hz
110.0 W
14.0 kg/494 oz
Factory Adjustment
Recommended Factory Adjustment Interval
External Reference Input
BNC, Female
0.8 V
2.7 V
0 to 5 V
2 µsec
Positive or Negative
3 Years
Direct Receiver Access Ports
Maximum input, Ref 1&2
Maximum input, Source 1&2
Maximum input, Meas 1&2
Damage level, Ref 1&2
Damage level, Source 1&2
Damage level, Meas 1&2
Damage DC voltage, Ref 1&2
Damage DC voltage, Source 1&2
Damage DC voltage, Meas 1&2
-5 dBm
10 dBm
-5 dBm
13 dBm
26 dBm
13 dBm
0 V DC
35 V DC
0 V DC
18
C4220 Specifications1
140 mm
440 mm
Primary Specifications
Impedance
Test port connector
Number of test ports
Frequency extender compatible
Frequency range
Full CW Frequency
Frequency setting resolution
Number of measurement points
Measurement bandwidths with 1/1.5/2/3/5/7 steps
Dynamic range
100 kHz to 1 MHz; 1 Hz IF BW
1 MHz to 20 GHz; 1 Hz IF BW
Time per point (Typ.)
Port switchover time (Typ.)
Measurement Accuracy
50 Ohm
NMD 3.5 mm Male
2
Yes; CobaltFx (2 ports)
1 kHz to 20 GHz
-6
±2x10
1 Hz
2 to 500,001
1 Hz to 2 MHz
120 dB
143 dB/130 dB, typ.
12 µsec
0.2 msec
Effective System Data
Effective directivity
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective source match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective load match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective reflection tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective transmission tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
19
Transmission 2
46 dB
42 dB
40 dB
38 dB
Reflection2
100 kHz to 1 MHz
-40 dB to 0 dB
-60 dB to -40 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
1 MHz to 20 GHz
0 dB to 10 dB
-60 dB to 0 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
-100 dB to '80 dB
100 kHz to 10 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
10 GHz to 20 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
Trace noise magnitude (3 kHz IF BW)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 9 GHz
Temperature dependence
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.2 dB/2°
0.3 dB/3°
1.1 dB/7°
0.2 dB/2°
0.1 dB/1°
0.2 dB/2°
1.0 dB/6°
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.4 dB/3°
1.0 dB/6°
3.0 dB/20°
0.5 dB/4°
1.5 dB/10°
5.5 dB/30°
0.02 dB RMS
0.001 dB RMS
0.020 dB/°C, 0.010 dB/°C typ.
46 dB
42 dB
0.05 dB
0.10 dB
0.20 dB
0.05 dB
[1] All specifications subject to change without notice.
[2] At 23 ° C +/- 5 °C after 40 minutes warmup time, with +/- 1°C ambient deviation from calibration temperature, at 0 dBm output power
© Copper Mountain Technologies - www.coppermountaintech.com - Rev. 2017Q2
5 1/2 inches
17 1/4 inches
Test Port
External Reference Output
Directivity (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
10 dB
20 dB
15 dB
Test Port Output
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Power Range
Power Accuracy
Power Resolution
Harmonic distortion (Power out 0 dBm)
Non-harmonic spurious (Power out 0 dBm)
10 dB
15 dB
-60 dBm to +10 dBm
±1.5 dB
0.050 dB
-25 dBc
-30 dBc
Test Port Input
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Damage Level
Damage DC Voltage
Noise Floor
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
10 dB
15 dB
+26 dBm
35 V
-110 dBm/Hz
-133 dBm/Hz
Measurement Speed
Number of points (IF bandwidth 1 MHz)
51
201
401
1601
Uncorrected
7.3 ms
4.2 ms
6.5 ms
20.5 ms
2-Port Calibration
4.4 ms
8.2 ms
12.8 ms
40.8 ms
External Reference Input
Connector type
External reference frequency
Input level
Input impedance at <<Ref IN 10 MHz>>
BNC Female
10 MHz
-2 dBm to 4 dBm
50 Ohm
<<OUT 10 MHz>> connector type
Output reference signal level at 50 Ohm impedance
BNC Female
0 dBm to 2 dBm
External Trigger Input
Type
Input level low threshold voltage
Input level high threshold voltage
Input level range
Pulse width
Polarity
BNC, Female
0.8 V
2.7 V
0 to 5 V
2 µsec
Positive or Negative
External Trigger Output
Type
Maximum output current
Output level low threshold voltage
Output level high threshold voltage
Polarity
BNC, Female
20 mA
0.4 V
3.0 V
Positive or Negative
System & Power
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Atmospheric pressure
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Weight
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
-50°C to 70°C (-58°F to 158°F)
90% at 25°C (77°F)
84.0 kPa to 106.7 kPa
110-240 V, 50-60 Hz
145.0 W
14.0 kg/494 oz
Factory Adjustment
Recommended Factory Adjustment Interval
3 Years
20
C1420 Specifications1
140 mm
440 mm
Primary Specifications
Impedance
Test port connector
Number of test ports
Frequency range
Full CW Frequency
Frequency setting resolution
Number of measurement points
Measurement bandwidths with 1/1.5/2/3/5/7 steps
Dynamic range
100 kHz to 1 MHz; 1 Hz IF BW
1 MHz to 20 GHz; 1 Hz IF BW
Dynamic range
1 MHz to 20 GHz; 1 Hz IF BW
Time per point (Typ.)
Port switchover time (Typ.)
Measurement Accuracy
50 Ohm
NMD 3.5 mm Male
4
100 kHz to 20 GHz
-6
±2x10
1 Hz
2 to 500,001
1 Hz to 2 MHz
120 dB
143 dB
130 dB
12 µsec
0.2 msec
Effective System Data
Effective directivity
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective source match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective load match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective reflection tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective transmission tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
21
46 dB
42 dB
40 dB
38 dB
46 dB
42 dB
Transmission 2
Reflection2
100 kHz to 1 MHz
-40 dB to 0 dB
-60 dB to -40 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
1 MHz to 20 GHz
0 dB to 10 dB
-60 dB to 0 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
-100 dB to '80 dB
100 kHz to 10 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
10 GHz to 20 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
Trace noise magnitude (3 kHz IF BW)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 9 GHz
Temperature dependence
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.2 dB/2°
0.3 dB/3°
1.1 dB/7°
0.2 dB/2°
0.1 dB/1°
0.2 dB/2°
1.0 dB/6°
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.4 dB/3°
1.0 dB/6°
3.0 dB/20°
0.5 dB/4°
1.5 dB/10°
5.5 dB/30°
0.02 dB RMS
0.001 dB RMS
0.020 dB/°C, 0.010 dB/°C typ.
Schematic Diagram of Cobalt C1420
0.05 dB
0.10 dB
0.20 dB
0.05 dB
[1] All specifications subject to change without notice.
[2] At 23 ° C +/- 5 °C after 40 minutes warmup time, with +/- 1°C ambient deviation from calibration temperature, at 0 dBm output power
© Copper Mountain Technologies - www.coppermountaintech.com - Rev. 2017Q2
5 1/2 inches
17 1/4 inches
Test Port
External Reference Output
Directivity (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
10 dB
20 dB
15 dB
Test Port Output
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Power Range
Power Accuracy
Power Resolution
Harmonic distortion (Power out 0 dBm)
Non-harmonic spurious (Power out 0 dBm)
10 dB
15 dB
-60 dBm to +10 dBm
±1.5 dB
0.050 dB
-25 dBc
-30 dBc
Test Port Input
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Damage Level
Damage DC Voltage
Noise Floor
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
10 dB
15 dB
+26 dBm
35 V
-110 dBm/Hz
-133 dBm/Hz
Measurement Speed
Number of points (IF bandwidth 1 MHz)
51
201
401
1601
Uncorrected
7.3 ms
4.2 ms
6.5 ms
20.5 ms
2-Port Calibration
4.4 ms
8.2 ms
12.8 ms
40.8 ms
External Reference Input
Connector type
External reference frequency
Input level
Input impedance at <<Ref IN 10 MHz>>
BNC Female
10 MHz
-2 dBm to 4 dBm
50 Ohm
<<OUT 10 MHz>> connector type
Output reference signal level at 50 Ohm impedance
BNC Female
0 dBm to 2 dBm
External Trigger Input
Type
Input level low threshold voltage
Input level high threshold voltage
Input level range
Pulse width
Polarity
BNC, Female
0.8 V
2.7 V
0 to 5 V
2 µsec
Positive or Negative
External Trigger Output
Type
Maximum output current
Output level low threshold voltage
Output level high threshold voltage
Polarity
BNC, Female
20 mA
0.4 V
3.0 V
Positive or Negative
System & Power
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Atmospheric pressure
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Weight
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
-50°C to 70°C (-58°F to 158°F)
90% at 25°C (77°F)
84.0 kPa to 106.7 kPa
110-240 V, 50-60 Hz
200.0 W
22.0 kg/776 oz
Factory Adjustment
Recommended Factory Adjustment Interval
3 Years
22
C2420 Specifications1
140 mm
440 mm
Primary Specifications
Impedance
Test port connector
Number of test ports
Direct Access
Frequency range
Full CW Frequency
Frequency setting resolution
Number of measurement points
Measurement bandwidths with 1/1.5/2/3/5/7 steps
Dynamic range
100 kHz to 1 MHz; 1 Hz IF BW
1 MHz to 20 GHz; 1 Hz IF BW
Time per point (Typ.)
Port switchover time (Typ.)
50 Ohm
NMD 3.5 mm Male
4
Yes; Source, Ref & Meas
1 kHz to 20 GHz
23
Transmission 2
±2x10-6
1 Hz
2 to 500,001
1 Hz to 2 MHz
120 dB
143 dB/130 dB, typ.
12 µsec
0.2 msec
Effective System Data
Effective directivity
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective source match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective load match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective reflection tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective transmission tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Measurement Accuracy
46 dB
42 dB
40 dB
38 dB
46 dB
42 dB
Reflection 2
100 kHz to 1 MHz
-40 dB to 0 dB
-60 dB to -40 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
1 MHz to 20 GHz
0 dB to 10 dB
-60 dB to 0 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
-100 dB to '80 dB
100 kHz to 10 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
10 GHz to 20 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
Trace noise magnitude (3 kHz IF BW)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 9 GHz
Temperature dependence
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.2 dB/2°
0.3 dB/3°
1.1 dB/7°
0.2 dB/2°
0.1 dB/1°
0.2 dB/2°
1.0 dB/6°
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.4 dB/3°
1.0 dB/6°
3.0 dB/20°
0.5 dB/4°
1.5 dB/10°
5.5 dB/30°
0.02 dB RMS
0.001 dB RMS
0.020 dB/°C, 0.010 dB/°C typ.
Test Port
0.05 dB
0.10 dB
Directivity (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
0.20 dB
0.05 dB
Schematic Diagram of Cobalt C2420
10 dB
20 dB
15 dB
[1] All specifications subject to change without notice. [2] At 23 ° C +/- 5 °C after 40 minutes warmup time, with +/- 1°C ambient deviation from calibration
temperature, at 0 dBm output power. © Copper Mountain Technologies - www.coppermountaintech.com - Rev. 2017Q2
5 1/2 inches
17 1/4 inches
Test Port Output
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Power Range
Power Accuracy
Power Resolution
Harmonic distortion (Power out 0 dBm)
Non-harmonic spurious (Power out 0 dBm)
10 dB
15 dB
-60 dBm to +10 dBm
±1.5 dB
0.050 dB
-25 dBc
-30 dBc
Test Port Input
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Damage Level
Damage DC Voltage
Noise Floor
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
10 dB
15 dB
+26 dBm
35 V
-110 dBm/Hz
-130 dBm/Hz
Measurement Speed
Number of points (IF bandwidth 1 MHz)
51
201
401
1601
Uncorrected
7.3 ms
4.2 ms
6.5 ms
20.5 ms
2-Port Calibration
4.4 ms
8.2 ms
12.8 ms
40.8 ms
External Trigger Input
Type
Input level low threshold voltage
Input level high threshold voltage
Input level range
Pulse width
Polarity
External Trigger Output
Type
Maximum output current
Output level low threshold voltage
Output level high threshold voltage
Polarity
Connector type
External reference frequency
Input level
Input impedance at <<Ref IN 10 MHz>>
BNC Female
10 MHz
-2 dBm to 4 dBm
50 Ohm
External Reference Output
<<OUT 10 MHz>> connector type
Output reference signal level at 50 Ohm impedance
BNC Female
0 dBm to 2 dBm
BNC, Female
20 mA
0.4 V
3.0 V
Positive or Negative
System & Power
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Atmospheric pressure
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Weight
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
-50°C to 70°C (-58°F to 158°F)
90% at 25°C (77°F)
84.0 kPa to 106.7 kPa
110-240 V, 50-60 Hz
200.0 W
22.0 kg/776 oz
Factory Adjustment
Recommended Factory Adjustment Interval
External Reference Input
BNC, Female
0.8 V
2.7 V
0 to 5 V
2 µsec
Positive or Negative
3 Years
Direct Receiver Access Ports
Maximum input, Ref 1&2
Maximum input, Source 1&2
Maximum input, Meas 1&2
Damage level, Ref 1&2
Damage level, Source 1&2
Damage level, Meas 1&2
Damage DC voltage, Ref 1&2
Damage DC voltage, Source 1&2
Damage DC voltage, Meas 1&2
-5 dBm
10 dBm
-5 dBm
13 dBm
26 dBm
13 dBm
0 V DC
35 V DC
0 V DC
24
C4420 Specifications1
140 mm
440 mm
Primary Specifications
Impedance
Test port connector
Number of test ports
Frequency extender compatible
Frequency range
Full CW Frequency
Frequency setting resolution
Number of measurement points
Measurement bandwidths with 1/1.5/2/3/5/7 steps
Dynamic range
100 kHz to 1 MHz; 1 Hz IF BW
1 MHz to 20 GHz; 1 Hz IF BW
Time per point (Typ.)
Port switchover time (Typ.)
Measurement Accuracy
50 Ohm
NMD 3.5 mm Male
4
Yes; CobaltFx (4 ports)
100 kHz to 20 GHz
±2x10-6
1 Hz
2 to 500,001
1 Hz to 2 MHz
120 dB
143 dB/130 dB, typ.
12 µsec
0.2 msec
Effective System Data
Effective directivity
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective source match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective load match
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective reflection tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
Effective transmission tracking
100 kHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
25
Transmission 2
46 dB
42 dB
40 dB
38 dB
Reflection 2
100 kHz to 1 MHz
-40 dB to 0 dB
-60 dB to -40 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
1 MHz to 20 GHz
0 dB to 10 dB
-60 dB to 0 dB
-80 dB to -60 dB
-100 dB to '80 dB
100 kHz to 10 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
10 GHz to 20 GHz
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
Trace noise magnitude (3 kHz IF BW)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 9 GHz
Temperature dependence
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.2 dB/2°
0.3 dB/3°
1.1 dB/7°
0.2 dB/2°
0.1 dB/1°
0.2 dB/2°
1.0 dB/6°
(Magnitude/Phase)
0.4 dB/3°
1.0 dB/6°
3.0 dB/20°
0.5 dB/4°
1.5 dB/10°
5.5 dB/30°
0.02 dB RMS
0.001 dB RMS
0.020 dB/°C, 0.010 dB/°C typ.
46 dB
42 dB
0.05 dB
0.10 dB
0.20 dB
0.05 dB
[1] All specifications subject to change without notice.
[2] At 23 ° C +/- 5 °C after 40 minutes warmup time, with +/- 1°C ambient deviation from calibration temperature, at 0 dBm output power
© Copper Mountain Technologies - www.coppermountaintech.com - Rev. 2017Q2
5 1/2 inches
17 1/4 inches
Test Port
External Reference Output
Directivity (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 10 GHz
10 GHz to 20 GHz
10 dB
20 dB
15 dB
Test Port Output
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Power Range
Power Accuracy
Power Resolution
Harmonic distortion (Power out 0 dBm)
Non-harmonic spurious (Power out 0 dBm)
10 dB
15 dB
-60 dBm to +10 dBm
±1.5 dB
0.050 dB
-25 dBc
-30 dBc
Test Port Input
Match (without system error correction)
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
Damage Level
Damage DC Voltage
Noise Floor
100 kHz to 1 MHz
1 MHz to 20 GHz
10 dB
15 dB
+26 dBm
35 V
-110 dBm/Hz
-133 dBm/Hz
Measurement Speed
Number of points (IF bandwidth 1 MHz)
51
201
401
1601
Uncorrected
7.3 ms
4.2 ms
6.5 ms
20.5 ms
2-Port Calibration
4.4 ms
8.2 ms
12.8 ms
40.8 ms
External Reference Input
Connector type
External reference frequency
Input level
Input impedance at <<Ref IN 10 MHz>>
<<OUT 10 MHz>> connector type
Output reference signal level at 50 Ohm impedance
External Trigger Input
Type
Input level low threshold voltage
Input level high threshold voltage
Input level range
Pulse width
Polarity
BNC, Female
0.8 V
2.7 V
0 to 5 V
2 µsec
Positive or Negative
External Trigger Output
Type
Maximum output current
Output level low threshold voltage
Output level high threshold voltage
Polarity
BNC, Female
20 mA
0.4 V
3.0 V
Positive or Negative
System & Power
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity
Atmospheric pressure
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Weight
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
-50°C to 70°C (-58°F to 158°F)
90% at 25°C (77°F)
84.0 kPa to 106.7 kPa
110-240 V, 50-60 Hz
270.0 W
22.0 kg/776 oz
Factory Adjustment
Recommended Factory Adjustment Interval
BNC Female
10 MHz
-2 dBm to 4 dBm
50 Ohm
BNC Female
0 dBm to 2 dBm
3 Years
26
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