Vector Network Analyzer ¸ZVA
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Vector Network Analyzer ¸ZVA
High-end network analyzer up to 8 GHz /24 GHz with two or four test ports
◆ High output power typ. >15 dBm
◆ Wide dynamic range typ. >135 dB
◆ High measurement speed
<3.5 µs per test point
◆ Balanced measurements
◆ Linear and nonlinear amplifier and
mixer measurements
◆ Versatile calibration techniques
◆ Automatic calibration unit
Versatile – powerful – future-proof – user-friendly
More than 100 channels and traces
Control by mouse or hardkeys/softkeys
Display of measurement parameters using
a variety of stimulus conditions
Convenient user interface with wizards,
context menus and extensive analysis functions
Cancels the last one to six entries
Online help
Context-sensitive including
remote-control commands
Measurement wizard
Guides you step by step
through the test setup
you want
Connector for R&S®NRP
Power calibration and
scalar network analysis
Connector for calibration unit
Two independent generators
Wide range of connectors and interfaces
High-speed, error-free automatic
Simple test configuration and high speed
for multitone measurements
(rear panel)
USER CONTROL (for synchronizing external
components, e.g. handlers, with the analyzer's
internal measurement sequences)
Direct access to all generator and receiver paths
Enhanced sensitivity and dynamic range for the connection of
external test sets, e.g. for high-power applications
Condensed data
Number of test ports
2 or 4
Frequency range
300 kHz to 8 GHz (¸ZVA 8)
10 MHz to 24 GHz (¸ZVA 24)
Measurement time per test point
<3.5 µs
Measurement time (201 test points)
4.5 ms
Data transfer time (201 test points)
Between test ports
With direct receiver access
Output power at test port
typ. >135 dB
typ. >145 dB
>13 dBm, typ. 15 dBm
Power sweep range
>40 dB, typ. 50 dB
Via IEC/IEEE bus
<2.9 ms
IF bandwidths
1 Hz to 1 MHz
Via VX11 over 100 Mbit/s LAN
<1.3 ms
Number of channels, diagrams, traces >100 each1)
Via RSIB over 100 Mbits/s LAN
<0.7 ms
Number of test points per trace
2 to 20001
Operating system
Windows XP Embedded
Switching time
Dynamic range at 10 Hz measurement
Between channels
<1 ms
Between instrument setups
<10 ms
Vector Network Analyzer ¸ZVA
Limited by available RAM capacity.
Technological progress in RF and microwave engineering means that network
analyzers in development and production continuously have to meet new
demands for ease of operation, flexibility
and performance.
With its new R&S®ZVA family of vector
network analyzers, Rohde & Schwarz is
taking a future-oriented approach. The
analyzers offer a perfect balance between measurement speed, dynamic
range, flexibility and precision, making
them ideal for present and future measurement tasks.
Rohde & Schwarz previously set standards in RF and microwave measurements with its R&S®ZVR family of network analyzers, and now continues this
success with the R&S®ZVA. The fundamental mixing concept employed by the
analyzer‘s receivers ensures high sensitivity and a wide dynamic range. Extremely fast synthesizers make for short
measurement times.
Its excellent characteristics, new functionality, sophisticated GUI and extremely high flexibility make the R&S®ZVA an
indispensable tool for demanding measurement tasks in labs and production.
Measurement receiver
Measurement receiver
Reference receiver
Reference receiver
Measurement receiver
Measurement receiver
Reference receiver
Reference receiver
Block diagram of the R&S®ZVA two-port model
Measurement receiver
Reference receiver
Measurement receiver
Reference receiver
Block diagram of the R&S®ZVA four-port model
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Display and analysis functions –
user-friendly and flexible
State-of-the-art DUTs feature a steadily
increasing number of complex functions
and ports, which also places higher demands on the instrument‘s display capabilities. The R&S®ZVA provides highly versatile functions for displaying results in a
straightforward manner.
Virtually unlimited number of
channels and traces
Over 100 traces can be combined in any
manner within the individual diagrams
and assigned to over 100 different channels1). DUTs can thus be measured using a wide variety of stimulus conditions,
and all parameters of interest can be displayed on the screen. The names of traces, channels and markers can be edited
and replaced by user-specific names to
make them easier to identify.
Convenient equation editor for complex trace mathematics
The R&S®ZVA includes a universal equation editor for trace mathematics with
complex functions. Using these functions, you can link any active traces
and stored traces in a variety of ways
in realtime. This makes external analysis programs unnecessary. You can store
the equations you have generated, process them by means of external tools
and reload them as required.
Flexible channel and trace layout
Easy export and import of results
The use of the Windows XP Embedded
operating system, in conjunction with a
variety of interfaces, makes it easy to integrate measurement results into documentation by saving screen contents
as *.bmp, *.png, *.jpg or *.emf files, and
exporting these files into a text processing
system. Trace data can be stored as *.snp,
*.csv or *.dat files and subsequently analyzed and processed using other tools. In
addition, *.snp and *.csv files created by
means of external tools, for example, can
be imported into the R&S®ZVA as stored
trace data.
Equation editor
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A channel designates an independent set ot test parameters including, for example, the sweep mode, test point
spacing, power, measurement bandwidth and calibration
technique. The number of channels is limited only by the
instrument‘s RAM capacity.
High measurement throughput
Wide dynamic range for fast and
accurate measurements
The R&S®ZVA sets new standards in
measurement speed. Its large IF bandwidths and fast synthesizers combine to
yield short measurement times and thus
high throughput in manual adjustments
and automated production sequences.
The measurement time per test point is
less than 3.5 µs in the CW mode; a frequency sweep over 200 test points takes
less than 5 ms.
Due to the analyzer‘s wide dynamic
range and low phase noise, this speed
advantage does not compromise measurement accuracy.
Dynamic range between test ports at 10 Hz IF bandwidth
With more than 100 independent channels and traces configurable on the
R&S®ZVA, you can perform comprehensive function tests on complex components in a minimum of time. The timeconsuming loading of new instrument
setups is a thing of the past.
Segmented sweep for optimized
speed, accuracy and dynamic range
The segmented sweep function allows you to divide a sweep into a virtually unlimited number of segments.
Sweep parameters such as test point
spacing, measurement bandwidth and
generator power can be defined separately for each segment and thus accurately matched to the DUT characteristic.
Measurement speed and accuracy can
thus be further optimized.
Fast switching between instrument
When analyzing several DUTs, you no
longer have to load the required instrument setups from the hard disk one after the other. Once called, setups remain
available in RAM, including data to be
calculated, e.g. calibration values to be
obtained by interpolation. You can therefore switch between setups virtually
without delay, i.e. in less than 10 ms.
With conventional instruments, recalling
setups can take up to one second. Each
setup is represented by a separate measurement window. To select between
windows, simply use the mouse or press
a key.
Switching between setups at the click of a mouse
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Parallel measurements – up to four
times faster
The generator concept of the R&S®ZVA
allows each test port to be operated
as a source and a receiver at the same
time. Test ports can thus be organized in
groups. The measurements carried out
on the individual test port groups are
synchronized with each other. Several
DUTs, or several paths of one DUT, can
thus be measured in parallel. Therefore,
measurement speed will double when
measuring two two-port DUTs in parallel and quadruple when measuring four
one-port DUTs in parallel.
Data transfer simultaneous with
Since trace data is transferred via the
IEC/IEEE bus or LAN at the same time
measured data is being captured, data
transfer time on the R&S®ZVA is insignificant.
Channel bits – high-speed control of
external components
To speed up automatic test cycles even
further, a special port for trigger I/O signals is provided on the rear panel. These
signals directly synchronize external
components of a test setup or the settings of a DUT with the internal measurement sequences of the R&S®ZVA.
Parallel measurements
a quick and straightforward overview of
all mixed-mode S-parameters of a DUT
with balanced ports only or with mixed
single-ended and balanced ports. No sophisticated settings are required on the
part of the user.
Measurements on multiports
and balanced components
The R&S®ZVA characterizes balanced
DUTs with one or two balanced ports
quickly and accurately. The balanced
DUT is directly connected to the analyzer test ports. Its unbalanced S-parameters are measured, and the mixed-mode
S-parameters are calculated from these
values. The numerous traces and diagrams offered by the R&S®ZVA provide
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Display of mixed-mode S-parameters of a SAW filter
Convenient marker search and analysis functions facilitate result evaluation especially in the case of filter measurements, for example by determining
the filter parameters such as bandwidth,
ripple, quality factor, etc.
Measurement wizard – step by step to
the test setup you want
Measuring multiports and balanced
DUTs by means of a network analyzer
usually requires major configuration effort on the part of the user, for example
for configuring the port topology, selecting the parameters to be displayed, setting the sweep mode or choosing the appropriate calibration technique. A measurement wizard guides you step by step
through the test setup to create the configuration you want, queries all necessary inputs and offers default settings
for the measurement task at hand. Using
the wizard, you can completely configure the R&S®ZVA to display all 16 mixedmode S-parameters of a balanced twoport in virtually no time.
Embedding/deembedding – impedance matching using virtual networks
Coaxial and balanced components such
as SAW filters, which are used in frontends of mobile phones, for example,
must be specified together with the networks that match them to the impedance of the surrounding circuit. Using
special algorithms, the R&S®ZVA embeds the DUT in virtual matching networks, and also deembeds it to eliminate parasitic effects such as caused by
strip lines.
Typical configuration
steps with the
measurement wizard
The R&S®ZVA offers various types of
transformation network. The values
of the network elements can be edited. If you modify values of individual elements, the R&S®ZVA immediately recalculates the network and embeds
the DUT in the new network in quasirealtime.
Alternatively, you can read *.s2p and
*.s4p files generated with CAE tools into
the R&S®ZVA and use the data for embedding/deembedding.
Parameterizable network for virtual impedance matching
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Versatile calibration techniques for all
fields of application
The R&S®ZVA not only offers classic
TOSM calibration (Through, Open, Short,
Match), but also a variety of other calibration techniques. Since each test port
of the R&S®ZVA is equipped with a reference receiver of its own, modern 7-term
calibration techniques can be used.
These include TRL/LRL (Through, Reflect,
Line/Line, Reflect, Line), TOM (Through,
Open, Match), TNA (Through, Network,
Attenuator) and TRM (Through, Reflect,
Match), which are suitable for calibration in test fixtures or on wafers. Since
calibration is performed directly on the
DUT plane, any effects from the test fixture are eliminated.
Automatic calibration – fast, error-free
and with high precision
While all manual calibration techniques
such as TOSM, TRM and TRL can be
used for multiport measurements, they
are time-consuming, error-prone and
lead to excessive wear of the calibration
standard. Rohde & Schwarz offers an automatic calibration unit for coaxial oneport and multiport calibration. The unit is
ready to operate immediately after being
connected and performs complete fourport calibration covering 201 test points
in less than 30 seconds.
Amplifier and mixer measurements
The R&S®ZVA system concept, featuring independent synthesizers, enables
measurements on frequency-converting DUTs such as amplifiers, mixers and
frontends. The measurements stand out
for their high versatility, wide dynamic
range, high speed and accuracy.
Internal as well as several external generators can be configured, calibrated and
controlled independently of one another. The high spectral purity of the source
signals as well as the high intercept point
and high sensitivity of the receivers eliminate the need for external filters in multitone measurements and measurements on
frequency-converting DUTs.
Large- and small-signal behavior in a
single sweep
The R&S®ZVA‘s high output power and
wide power sweep range of more than
40 dB (typ. 50 dB) allow the transmission and compression characteristics of
amplifiers and mixers to be determined
without any additional preamplifiers being required. This measurement is carried out simply and quickly versus frequency and power. The power sweep
range is traversed wear-free and without interruption, since no mechanical
attenuators have to be switched. The
behavior of small and large signals can
thus be displayed in a single sweep.
Dialog for configuring multitone measurements
Calibration unit
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Intermodulation products of a frontend
Second internal source for quick and
easy intermodulation measurements
The R&S®ZVA four-port model provides a second independent source;
therefore, intermodulation measurements on amplifiers and conversion gain
measurements on mixers can be performed without an external generator. The R&S®ZVA receivers feature very
good power-handling capability and low
phase noise, which enables high-quality
intermodulation measurements requiring
only a minimum of external components.
Hot S-parameter measurements –
optimization of amplifiers under load
Power amplifiers must be characterized
under full load condition to ensure that
they are optimally matched to the load
connected to their output. You can determine S22 by applying a signal with
a small frequency offset to the DUT input while S22 is measured at the output.
The R&S®ZVA performs this measurement with a wide dynamic range due to
the robust automatic level control and
the high selectivity and sensitivity of its
Conversion gain and intermodulation
measurements on mixers at high
speed and with wide dynamic range
The four-port R&S®ZVA requires only one
additional external source to perform
intermodulation measurements on mixers. The source is controlled via the analyzer‘s LAN or IEC/IEEE bus interface.
Using the frequency conversion option
(R&S®ZVA-K4), you can display a mixer‘s matching, conversion gain, isolation,
group delay and intermodulation products versus frequency and power.
Test setup for an amplifier measurement - intermodulation products, S-parameters,
compression and harmonics
Test setup for a mixer measurement – conversion loss, isolation, matching and intermodulation
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Scalar network analysis by means of
the R&S®NRP
One or several power meters of the
R&S®NRP series can be directly connected to the R&S®ZVA via the USB
interface and are treated by the
R&S®ZVA like additional test ports. The
R&S®ZVA processes the measured values and displays them as a trace or traces versus frequency or power. This allows measurements on frequency-converting DUTs to be performed without
access to, or knowledge of, the DUT‘s
internal LO, same as with a scalar network analyzer.
Test setup for a scalar mixer measurement
Features for amplifier measurements
Features for mixer measurements
◆ Conversion loss/gain, compression, intermodulation,
isolation and matching measurements versus frequency and
◆ Relative phase and group delay measurements
◆ Second internal source available as LO for conversion gain
◆ Control of external generators from Rohde &Schwarz and
other manufacturers
◆ Editable ASCII driver file for creating customized drivers
◆ Scalar network analysis by means of the R&S®NRP
Bias-tees at all test ports
High output power at all test ports
Wide power sweep range
High 0.1 dB compression point
RMS and peak detector
Determination of n-dB compression point
Second independent source (four-port model) for conversion
gain and intermodulation measurements
Power added efficiency (PAE) measurement
Measurement of efficiency and stability factors
DC inputs for measuring supply currents and power detector
Intermodulation measurement versus frequency and power
Hot S-parameter measurements (R&S®ZVA-K4)
Generator and receiver step attenuators for expanding the
usable power range (R&S®ZVA-B2x/-B3x)
Power measurement with the R&S®NRP
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Options for enhanced flexibility,
power and dynamic range
Measurement receiver
Direct generator and receiver access
for all ports
With the direct generator/receiver
access options, the signal paths of the
receivers and generators are taken directly to the front panel. You have direct
access to the generators and receivers
of all reflectometers, since the internal
couplers are bypassed. With a fully configured R&S®ZVA, i.e. with four ports, all
eight receivers can capture and process
measurement data in parallel.
Generator and receiver step attenuators
are optionally available for each port to
expand the usable generator and receiver power ranges for compression and
intermodulation measurements. The output power range at the test port will
then be –100 dBm to +13 dBm, for example; the compression-free input power range of the receiver will increase to
+27 dBm.
Reference receiver
From generator
Measurement receiver
Reference receiver
From generator
Direct generator and receiver access options (blue);
generator and receiver step attenuator options (red)
Up to 150 dB dynamic range with
direct receiver access
Since the couplers are bypassed and
therefore introduce no attenuation, sensitivity is increased by up to 10 dB in the
“direct mode“. This means that highblocking DUTs can be measured with
a dynamic range of 150 dB at 1 Hz IF
By connecting suitable external directional couplers, one- and two-port calibration techniques can be used to enhance measurement accuracy without
any significant loss in dynamic range.
Typical dynamic range with direct receiver access
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Output power boosted to +20 dBm for
amplifier measurements
Direct access to all generator and
receiver paths allows the flexible configuration of complex external test sets.
Such test sets may include filters for
improved harmonic suppression or amplifiers for boosting the output power.
The output power can be increased to
+20 dBm by connecting an amplifier to
each test port.
Measurement receiver
Reference receiver
R&S®ZVA with an external test set including an
amplifier and a harmonics filter
By connecting external components (e.g.
amplifiers) ahead of the reference path,
drift and temperature response are eliminated in S-parameter measurements.
Moreover, all calibration techniques are
available, and the user fully benefits
from the advantages of high measurement accuracy and long-term stability.
High-speed time domain analysis for
filter adjustments and discontinuity
Using the time domain option, you can,
for example, locate discontinuities in test
fixtures and cables and eliminate them
by way of gating. You can display impedance versus length, which is of interest in cable measurements. Due to the
R&S®ZVA‘s high computing power, the
time domain option does not slow down
sweep speed. Cavity resonator filters can
therefore be adjusted quickly and easily
using this option.
The time domain option can be used in
conjunction with various window functions such as Hamming, Hann, Bohman
or Dolph-Chebyshev.
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Filter adjustment with the time domain option
Oven Quartz (OCXO)
Enhanced frequency accuracy
Time Domain (TDR)
Location of discontinuities or determination of impedance characteristic versus time/length, reflection and transmission measurements, gating function for
eliminating discontinuities
Generator Step Attenuator
for Port 1/2/3/4
Generator step attenuators for test ports 1 to 4;
70 dB in steps of 10 dB; Pmin= <–100 dBm
Receiver Step Attenuator
for Port 1/2/3/4
Receiver step attenuators for test ports 1 to 4;
35 dB in steps of 5 dB; Pmax= 27 dBm
Direct Generator/Receiver Access
(all ports), 2-/4-Port Model
Direct access to the R&S®ZVA internal generators and receivers for all ports of
the analyzer (internal couplers are bypassed)
Frequency Conversion
Measurements on frequency-converting DUTs: conversion gain, harmonics and
intermodulation measurements on mixers and amplifiers;
Option ¸ZVAB-B44 recommended for control of external generators
USB-to-IEC/IEEE Adapter
For controlling external generators with an IEC/IEEE or LAN interface by means
of the R&S®ZVA
Functions (overview)
Active test set (PORT BIAS)
Input of DC power or voltage for supply of amplifiers via inner conductor of test
port; requires external DC power supply
DC MEAS inputs
Measurement inputs for DC voltage, e.g. for determining supply currents and
voltages; allows power added efficiency (PAE) measurements
Segmented sweep, lin/log sweep
Optimization of sweep speed and accuracy by focusing on frequency bands of
Marker functions, trace statistics
Automatic determination of filter parameters, statistical trace analysis
Limit lines
Generation of limit lines from traces; import and export of data for limit lines
Compression measurement
Display of n-dB compression point
CW mode
Fast measurements of less than 3.5 µs per test point; for measurements on
pulsed components
Trigger functions
Starting of a sweep, sweep segment, test point or partial measurement by a
trigger event
Power calibration
Enhanced absolute power accuracy of generators and receivers through
calibration using external power meters
Control of external generators
Control of SCPI-compatible Rohde & Schwarz or Agilent generators
(e.g. R&S®SMR, R&S®SMP, R&S®SML, R&S®SMU, Agilent ESG, etc);
for mixer and intermodulation measurements1)
Control of external power meters
Control of R&S®NRP;
for exact power measurements, power calibration and scalar network analysis
External tools
Generation of macros as well as control and analysis programs
Online support functions
Online help for current function;
UNDO function for resetting the last entries;
Windows XP key for accessing the operating system;
complete listing of current instrument setup including calibration
The user can create customized driver files for controlling devices not supported by the R&S®ZVA.
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Interface description
Control of the R&S®ZVA or subnetwork with the R&S®ZVA as the master,
8-pin RJ-45 connector
Control of the R&S®ZVA or subnetwork with the R&S®ZVA as the master,
8-pin RJ-45 connector
Remote control of the R&S®ZVA
Input of DC power for supply of amplifiers via inner conductor of test port; one
input and fuse per RF port; BNC connectors
Standard 1.1 USB double port (for mouse, keyboard, printer, storage media, etc)
10 MHz REF
Reference frequency I/O: 10 MHz reference can be input from, or output to,
external devices; BNC connector
Measurement inputs for DC voltage and PAE measurements; input voltage
ranges ±1 V and ±10 V; Mini DIN connectors; required cable: R&S®ZV-Z71 (option)
For external VGA monitors; standard VGA connector
TTL I/O signals: sweep status indication, pass/fail indication, indication of active
test port, indication of active channel by channel bits, trigger signals for fast
control of external devices, e.g. generators, handshake with handlers, sequence
control without programming effort; 25-pin D-Sub connector
Input of external TTL trigger signal for starting a sweep, sweep segment, test
point or partial measurement; BNC connector
Rear view of the R&S®ZVA 24
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Ordering information
Frequency range
Order No.
Vector Network Analyzer, 2 ports, 24 GHz
¸ZVA 24
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Vector Network Analyzer, 4 ports, 24 GHz
¸ZVA 24
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Vector Network Analyzer, 2 ports, 8 GHz
¸ZVA 8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Vector Network Analyzer, 4 ports, 8 GHz
¸ZVA 8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Direct Generator/Receiver Access, 2-Port Model, 24 GHz
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Direct Generator/Receiver Access, 4-Port Model, 24 GHz
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Direct Generator/Receiver Access, 2-Port Model, 8 GHz
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Direct Generator/Receiver Access, 4-Port Model, 8 GHz
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Generator Step Attenuator, Port 1, for ¸ZVA 24
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Generator Step Attenuator, Port 2, for ¸ZVA 24
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Generator Step Attenuator, Port 3, for ¸ZVA 24
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Generator Step Attenuator, Port 4, for ¸ZVA 24
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Generator Step Attenuator, Port 1, for ¸ZVA 8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Generator Step Attenuator, Port 2, for ¸ZVA 8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Generator Step Attenuator, Port 3, for ¸ZVA 8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Generator Step Attenuator, Port 4, for ¸ZVA 8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Receiver Step Attenuator, Port 1, for ¸ZVA 24
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Receiver Step Attenuator, Port 2, for ¸ZVA 24
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Receiver Step Attenuator, Port 3, for ¸ZVA 24
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Receiver Step Attenuator, Port 4, for ¸ZVA 24
10 MHz to 24 GHz
Receiver Step Attenuator, Port 1, for ¸ZVA 8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Receiver Step Attenuator, Port 2, for ¸ZVA 8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Receiver Step Attenuator, Port 3, for ¸ZVA 8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Receiver Step Attenuator, Port 4, for ¸ZVA 8
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Oven Quartz (OCXO)
Frequency Conversion
USB-to-IEC/IEEE Adapter
(for control of external generators via IEC/IEEE bus)
Calibration Unit, 4 Ports, 3.5 mm (f), 8 GHz
300 kHz to 8 GHz
Calibration Unit, 4 Ports, N (f), 8 GHz
300 kHz to 8 GHz
N (m) /N (m), 50 Ω, 0.6 m/1 m3)
0 Hz to 18 GHz
N (m) /3.5 mm, 50 Ω, 0.6 m/1 m3)
0 Hz to 18 GHz
0 Hz to 26.5 GHz
Base units1)
Time Domain (TDR)
Test Cable
3.5 mm (f) / 3.5 mm (m), 0.6 m/1 m
Operating manual on CD ROM and quick start guide supplied as standard with the R&S®ZVA.
Option ¸ZVAB-B44 recommended for control of external generators.
One cable.
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Calibration Kits
N 50 Ω
0 Hz to 3 GHz
N 50 Ω
0 Hz to 18 GHz
3.5 mm
0 Hz to 26.5 GHz
3.5 mm (incl. sliding matches)
0 Hz to 26.5 GHz
TRL Supplementary Calibration Kit, N 50 Ω
0.4 Hz to 18 GHz
TRL Supplementary Calibration Kit, 3.5 mm
0.4 Hz to 26.5 GHz
N (m), 50 Ω
1.7 GHz to 18 GHz
N (f), 50 Ω
1.7 GHz to 18 GHz
3.5 mm (m/f pair)
2 GHz to 26.5 GHz
Sliding Matches
Hardware and measurement add-ons
USB Keyboard
USB Mouse
Cable for DC Input
19“ Rack Adapter
Certified Quality System
Certified Environmental System
ISO 9001
ISO 14001
For specifications, see PD 5213.5680.22
(search term: ZVA)
Europe: +49 1805 12 4242, [email protected]
USA and Canada: 1-888-837-8772, [email protected]
Asia: +65 68463710, [email protected]
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PD 5213.5680.12 · ¸ZVA · Version 01.00 · September 2005 · Data without tolerance limits is not binding · Subject to change
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