One Port Network Analyzer

One Port Network Analyzer
One Port
Network Analyzer
5.4GHz
Impendance : 50Ω(75Ωconnectors via adapters)
Test port connector : N-type, Female
Frequency range : 85 MHz to 5.4GHz
Full CW frequency accuracy : ±6×10-6
Frequency setting resolution : 10Hz
Impendance : 50Ω(75Ωconnectors via adapters)
Test port connector : N-type, Female
Frequency range : 85 MHz to 5.4GHz
Full CW frequency accuracy : ±6×10-6
Frequency setting resolution : 10Hz
Number of measurement points : User selected from 51, 101, 201
408, 801, 1601, 10,001
Measurements bandwidths :100Hz to 30kHz (with 1/3 step)
Cable loss measurements range : 35dB
Dynamics range measurement IS21I (IF bandwidth 1kHz) : 87dB, typ
Match (without system error correction)
Directivity (without system error correction)
Output Power :
High level
Low level
Damage level
Damage DC voltage
18dB
18dB
Measurment time per point
200㎲
-10 dBm , typ.
-30 dBm , typ.
+23dBm
50 V
Accuracy of reflection measurements (magnitude / phase)²
-15 dB to 0 dB
-25 dB to -15 dB
-35 dB to -25 dB
Magnitude transmissin measurement accuracy³
if IS21I values are as follows
-40 dB to 0 dB
Trace stability
Trace noise magnitude
(high output power, IF bandwidth 1 kHz )
Temperature dependence
(per one degree of temperature variation)
0.4 dB / 4˚
1.5 dB / 7˚
4.0 dB / 22˚
1.0 dB
0.015 dB rms
0.02 dB
5.4GHz
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Humidity
Atmospheric pressure
Power supply
Power consumption
Conformity
Dimensions(L x W x H)
Weight
+5℃ to +40℃
-45℃ to +55℃
90% at 25℃
84 to 106.7 kPa
100 to 240 VAC / 47 to 63Hz
30W
CE
426 x 210 x 274
8kg
Measured parameters
S 11 , cable loss
Number of measurement channels
Up to 4 independent logical chnnels, Each
logical channels 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 point, etc.
Data traces
Up to 4 data traces can be display in each
channel window. A data trace represents one
of such parameters of the DUT as manitude
and phase of S11 , DTF, Cable loss.
Memory traces
Each of the 4 data traces can be saved into
momory for future comparison with current
values.
SWR, Return loss, Cable loss, Phase, Expanded
phase, Smith chart diagram, DTF SWR, DTF return
loss, Group delay.
Data display formats
Data markers
Up to 16 markers for each trace.
Reference marker available for delta marker
operation.
Reference marker
Enables indication of any marker values as
relative to the reference marker.
Search for max, min, peak, or target
values on a trace.
Calculation and display of mean, standard
deviation and peak-to-peak in a frequency range
limited by two markers on a trace.
Marker search
Statistics
Sweep type
Linear frequency sweep, logarithmic frequency
sweep, and segment frequency sweep.
Segment sweep fratures
A Frquency sweep within several independent
user-defined segments. Frequency range, nember
of sweep points and IF bandwidth should be set
for each segment.
Measured points per sweep
User selected from 51, 101, 201,
401, 801, 1601, 10,001.
High : -10dBm and low : -30dBm
Trigger modes : continuous, single, hold
Output power
Sweep trigger
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.
Calibration plane moving to compensate for
the delay in the test setup.
Electrical delay
Phase offset
Phase offset defined in degrees.
Reflectometer control
Using external personal computer, which runs the Reflectometer software.
Familiar graphical user interface
Graphical user interface based on Windows operating system ensures fast and easy
Reflectometer operation by the user. the software interface of Protek A335 is comatible
with modern tablet PCs and laptops.
Saving trace data
Features saving trace data in *.csv and *,s1p formats ; and saving the screen capture in * .png
format.
Program allows saving current configuration for future recalling. A configuration includes
signalsource parameters, data traces, memory traces, markers, calibration, etc.
Saving and recalling
Calibration
Calibration of a test setup (which includes the Reflectometer, adapter, and cable) significantly
increases the accuracy of measurements. Calibration allows for correction of the errors caused
by imperfections in the measurement system: system directivity, source match and tracking.
Calibration methods
The following calibration methods are available:
-Reflection normalozation,
-full one-port calibration.
Reflection normalization
Full one-Port calibration
Factory calibration
The simplest calibration method.
Method of calibration that ensures high accuracy.
The factory calibration of the Reflectometer allows performing measurement without
additional calibration and reduces the measurement error after reflection normalization.
The user can calibration select one of the predefined calibration kits from various
manufacturs or define own calibration kits.
Electronic calibration modules offered by GSI make the Reflectometer calibration faster
and easier than traditional mechanical calibration.
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 point,
compared to the setting at the moment of calibration, interpolation or extrapolation of the
calibration coefficients will be applied.
Mechanical calibration Kits
Electronic calibration standards
Defining of calibration standards
Error correction interpolation
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