Rohde-Schwarz ZVB14 Datasheet
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¸ZVB Vector Network Analyzers
Frequency ranges up to 4 GHz, 8 GHz, 14 GHz and 20 GHz, with two or four test ports
◆ Short measurement time
(<4.5 µs per point)
◆ Wide dynamic range >123 dB
◆ High output power +13 dBm
◆ High power sweep range >50 dB
◆ Balanced measurements
◆ Parallel measurements
◆ Innovative user interface
◆ Convenient and flexible analysis
function
December
2007
Highlights
Built using innovative hardware and software concepts, the vector network analyzers of the ¸ZVB family set new standards:
One generator can feed two test ports simultaneously. This makes parallel measurements possible and thus significantly increases
performance despite the complexity of the measurement task at hand. In particular, multiport ­measurements such as performed on
balanced SAW filters, duplex filters or antenna switching modules can, therefore, be completed very quickly.
¸ZVB 4: 300 kHz to 4 GHz
¸ZVB 8: 300 kHz to 8 GHz
¸ZVB 14: 10 MHz to 14 GHz
¸ZVB 20: 10 MHz to 20 GHz
The ¸ZVB combines excellent performance with low weight and compact design. Intelligent and user-friendly functions offer
maximum ease of operation. They allow the large number of measured quantities involved in multiport and balanced measurements
to be handled easily, and also offer a variety of ways to optimize production sequences – a smart solution that satisfies even the
most challenging demands.
¸ZVB 4, two-port model, compact size
¸ZVB 20, four-port model with direct generator/receiver access
Typical dynamic range of the ¸ZVB
(between test ports; at 1 Hz IF bandwidth)
¸ZVB Vector Network Analyzers
Innovative concept ...
Two front-panel
USB interfaces
Indication of
direction of signal path
The ¸ZVB’s innovative concept significantly enhances measurement speed,
configuration capabilities and system
characteristics. The test set consists of
reflectometers that have their own measurement and reference channels. The
signal from each RF generator is split in
order to supply two test ports. Electronic­
switches in the generator paths permit
both alternating and simultaneous signal
output at the ports.
– Online help
– System information and
listing of instrument setup
– UNDO function
(cancels the last entries)
Navigation:
Hardkey navigation
for measurement software and
­Windows XP allows ¸ZVB operation
completely independently of a mouse
and keyboard
­Measurement ­wizard
­guiding the user step-by-step to a
­desired setup
Electronic switches for forward/reverse
switchover of measurement paths are
not required in the test set. For this reason, no asymmetries occur between the
analyzer test ports as may otherwise be
the case as a result of the cascading of
switches.
This means, for example, that the maximum output power of over +13 dBm is
available at each of the four test ports
­irrespective of the direction of measurement. With a maximum dynamic range
between the test ports of over >123 dB,
the ¸ZVB features very fast measurement times – even for applications
requiring a high ­dynamic range. The optional direct generator/receiver access
increases sensitivity and dynamic range
by typically 10 dB.
¸ZVB Vector Network Analyzers ... for future-oriented performance
Measurement
receiver b2
PORT 2
DC bias
Reference receiver a4
Measurement
receiver b4
PORT 4
RF generator 2
DC bias
Applied at
rear panel
LO generator
Reference receiver a1
Measurement
receiver b1
PORT 1
DC bias
Applied at
rear panel
Reference receiver a3
Measurement
receiver b3
PORT 3
RF generator 1
DC bias
Applied at
rear panel
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Reflectometer 4
Applied at
rear panel
For measurements on active DUTs,
­power is supplied by a DC bias applied
via the inner conductor of each test port.
The required DC voltages are supplied to
dedicated connectors on the ¸ZVB
rear panel.
Reflectometer 2
Reference receiver a2
Reflectometer 1
Data processing in the instrument is
­also carried out in parallel, ranging from
RF and IF through to digitization and
display.­ Moreover, data transfer can be
performed simultaneously with measurement. The entire execution time
for measurements with repeated data
transfer via IEC/IEEE bus or LAN is thus
determined solely by the measurement
time, i.e. transfer time has no effect. This
means extremely fast execution times
even with complex tasks such as multiport measurements.
¸ZVB test set: four-port model
Reflectometer 3
High-speed parallel measurements
can be achieved because the generator signal­ can be output to multiple test
ports simultaneously, plus data can be
captured at multiple ports simultaneously and all displayed at the same time. For
example, the ¸ZVB four-port version
makes it possible to measure two twoport DUTs simultaneously, thus doubling
performance. It is also possible to measure and display the four reflection
parameters S11 to S44 simultaneously­
on a four-port DUT (provided that DUT
ports are uncoupled). This reduces
measure­ment time by a ­factor of 4
compared with instruments featuring
just one generator and a conventional
switching technique.
Reference receiver a2
Measurement
receiver b2
Reflectometer 2
¸ZVB test set: two-port model
PORT 2
DC bias
Applied at
rear panel
Reference receiver a1
Measurement
receiver b1
Reflectometer 1
LO
generator
PORT 1
RF generator
DC bias
Applied at
rear panel
To reference
receiver
From RF
generator
¸ZVB8-B21
¸ZVB8-B22
¸ZVB8-B23
To measurement
receiver
PORT x
Test set with optional step attenuator
¸ZVB Vector Network Analyzers A new dimension ...
Zooming a display to screen size
User-configurable display
of results
◆ More than 100 traces and diagrams
◆ Flexible assignment of traces to diagrams; hiding and deleting of traces
◆ Any combination of channels1) and
traces
◆ Adjustment of diagram size by mouse
A channel is understood to designate an independent
set of test parameters including, for example, the ­
measurement mode, frequency range, number of ­
measurement points, output power, calibration data and
trigger mode. The number of channels is limited only by
the instrument‘s internal memory.
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¸ZVB Vector Network Analyzers
◆ Enlarging of individual diagrams
to full screen size for optimum
­readability by clicking the mouse or
pressing a key
◆ User-definable labeling of diagrams,
setups, markers, traces and channels
for straightforward documentation
Independent channels
◆ Simultaneous management of more
than 100 independent channels1)
◆ User-definable coupling of
traces and channels
◆ Simultaneous display of numerous
parameters of a DUT under different
stimulus conditions
Fast switching between
instrument setups
◆ Simultaneous loading of several
­complete instrument setups into
RAM (preloading)
◆ Each instrument setup represented
by a separate measurement window
◆ Switching between instrument setups (setup swap) simply by switching
between measurement windows by
clicking the mouse or pressing a key
◆ Extremely fast setup swap by
IEC/IEEE bus command in <10 ms
◆ Easy management and clear-cut
­representation of data – even with a
large number of different measurements and measured quantities
Measurements on a balanced filter
Switching the setup by activating the corresponding window
¸ZVB Vector Network Analyzers ... in functionality
Statistical trace analysis
Convenient marker and
analysis functions
◆ Up to 10 markers per trace
◆ Various marker data formats
◆ Detailed definition of marker
­properties (line/triangle, information
at marker position, etc)
◆ Marker information can be positioned
on screen as required
Universal equation editor
¸ZVB Vector Network Analyzers
◆ Marker values can optionally be
­displayed and printed in the form of a
list for clear-cut documentation
◆ Marker analysis functions
(max./min. search function,
analysis functions for filters,
compression points, etc)
Editor for trace mathematics
◆ Editor with numerous mathematical
functions
◆ Generation of equations of high
­complexity
◆ Realtime display of almost any
­quantity derived from data or memory
­traces
Integrated PC with Windows XP
◆ Access to Windows XP operating
­system for simple integration of
­peripherals (e.g. CD-ROM drives,
USB storage media, printers)
◆ Control and analysis software can be
run directly on the ¸ZVB
◆ Connectivity via LAN,
IEC/IEEE bus, USB, user control
­(digital I/O)
Manual operation support
◆ Operation via hardkeys and softkeys
or keyboard and mouse
◆ Online help providing information
about current menu item including
associated IEC/IEEE bus commands
◆ Measurement wizard guiding the
­user step-by-step to the desired setup
Online help for the active function
¸ZVB Vector Network Analyzers Applications ...
Multiport measurements
◆ Minimum number of sweeps through
parallel data acquisition
◆ Extremely fast measurement of
­multiport devices
◆ Excellent accuracy due to multiport
calibration
Balanced measurements
◆ Analyzer model with up to four
­integrated test ports
◆ Calculation of mixed-mode
S-parameters
◆ Complete characterization of DUTs
with balanced test ports or with
mixed single-ended and balanced
test ports
◆ S-parameters, impedances,
­admittances, Z- and Y-parameters as
well as stability factors can also be
measured on differential DUTs
Configuration of a balanced measurement
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Response power calibration and
power measurements
Filter measurements and
adjustments
◆ Enhanced power accuracy for
­internal and external generators and
for ­receiver channels
◆ Correction of frequency response of
test setup and preamplifiers
◆ Calibration to within defined
­tolerance limits
◆ Control of external power
­measurement equipment via USB,
IEC/IEEE bus or LAN
◆ Power measurements versus frequency and power by means of ¸NRP
power sensors connected directly to
the analyzer's USB interfaces
◆ Scalar inputs and scalar network
analysis through external ¸NRP
power sensors
◆ User-configurable diagrams and high
sweep speed for convenient manual
tuning
◆ Marker functions and equation editor
for determination of filter characteristics and realtime derivation of desired
quantities
◆ Limit lines for tuning procedures,
­including pass/fail indication
◆ Generation of limit lines from
imported data sets or active trace
data
◆ Segmented sweep for minimized
sweep time and data volume
Measurements on active
components
◆ Wide power sweep range of more
than 50 dB and excellent power
linearity for compression measurements
◆ High compression point and TOI of
receiver for high accuracy at high
­input levels
◆ Two DC measurement inputs with
voltage ranges ±1 V and ±10 V
◆ Display of DC values and quantities
derived from the DC values by means
of the equation editor
◆ Efficiency measurements on
amplifiers
◆ K and µ stability factors of amplifiers
Filter measurements with limit lines, pass/fail indication, bandwidth measurement
Integrated embedding/­
deembedding function
◆ DUT embedding in matching
­networks
◆ Inclusion of parasitic effects
◆ Predefined user-definable networks
for single-ended and balanced
­systems
◆ Import of *.s2p and *.s4p files for
­embedding/deembedding
◆ Simultaneous use of predefined
­single-ended, balanced and imported
networks
◆ Clear-cut dialog for configuring
­measurement ports and parameters
for embedding/deembedding
User-definable network for embedding/deembedding
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... and measurements
Highlights of the ¸ZVB
in production
Mixer and harmonics
­measurements
Integrated PC with Windows XP for
automated procedures and data
management
◆ Analysis and control programs for
test and production sequences can
be run directly on the ¸ZVB
◆ The ¸ZVB can be networked with
system components such as measuring instruments or handlers via
its LAN, IEC/IEEE bus and USB inter­
faces or its universal TTL interface
◆ Conversion loss of mixers versus
­frequency and power
◆ Amplitude of harmonics of any order
versus frequency and power
◆ LO signal supplied by second internal
generator or external generator
Optimization of test and production
sequences
◆ Switchover between several channels
instead of loading setups
◆ Simultaneous loading of several
instrument setups into RAM (pre­
loading) for extremely fast and
simple switching between multiple
setups via the IEC/IEEE bus in less
than 10 ms or at a keystroke or
mouse click
◆ Segmented sweep for minimized
number of points and optimized
sweep parameters
◆ Flexible trigger options for starting a
sweep, sweep segment, point or
partial measurement
◆ Digital I/O port with signals synchronized to test sequence for fast and
direct control of external system
components and output of pass/fail
information
◆ Reflectometer concept for parallel
measurements on different ports
(e.g. measurement of two two-port
DUTs with the ¸ZVB four-port
model)
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Configuration of a mixer measurement
Data import and export
◆ Export and import of traces in *.snp
(Touchstone), ASCII or MATLAB®
­format
◆ Display of imported traces as memory
traces or limit lines
◆ Access to correction values
◆ Access to measured values of
­calibration standards
Measurement times and data transfer
times
◆ Data transfer via LAN or IEC/IEEE bus
◆ Data transfer simultaneous with data­
­acquisition
Calibration functions for maximum
flexibility at minimum effort
◆ Expanded equivalent circuit models­
for defining calibration standards
(e.g. non-ideal standards for on-wafer
calibrations)
◆ Definition of calibration standards
­using S-parameter files
◆ Definition of calibration standards in
different parameter formats
◆ Flexible calibration manager for
­managing calibrations and assigning
them to measurement channels
◆ Automatic calibration unit
Equivalent circuit model for defining a MATCH
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Functions and options
Function
Two or four test ports
Description
Integrated bidirectional RF test ports
Active test set (PORT BIAS)
Generator step attenuators
Input of DC power for supply of amplifiers via inner conductor of test port; ­
requires external DC power supply
Complete S-parameter matrix, wave quantities, wave quantity ratios, impedances,
admittances, Z- and Y-parameters of multiport DUTs
Mixed-mode S-parameters, mixed-mode Z- and Y-parameters, impedances and
­admittances of balanced DUTs
Conversion loss of mixers versus frequency or power. Can be used when one of the
RF, IF or LO system frequencies is constant. Magnitude of harmonics of any order
versus frequency or power.1)
TOSM, TRL/LRL, TOM, TRM, TNA, normalization, one path two port
UOSM for calibration with an unknown through. Includes adapter removal ­function
Increased power accuracy and test set response calibration. For frequency and
power sweeps. Requires an external power meter1). Maximum convenience with
¸NRP USB sensors.
¸NRP power measurement sensors connected directly to the USB ports provide additional inputs: Display of power versus frequency or versus power. In addition to wave quantities, further power measurements or wideband scalar network
analysis are thus possible, e.g. for mixer measurements with internal LO (¸NRP
sensor not included).
Control of the output power via the signal fed to the reference channel. Corrects
drift of preamplifiers and power uncertainty due to mismatch. Provides increased
power accuracy and linearity.
Automatic calibration unit
More than 100 traces and channels can be created and assigned to diagrams as
required
Simultaneous loading of several instrument setups into RAM;
fast switchover between instrument setups
Optimization of sweep settings
Determination of measured quantities as a function of time
High sweep resolution, narrow frequency grid
Optimization of measurement speed and dynamic range
Wide power sweep range of more than 50 dB for compression measurements
Context-sensitive online help,
UNDO function for canceling the last user operations,
Windows XP key for accessing the operating system,
complete listing of current instrument setup including calibration
Step-by-step guidance to the desired instrument setup, including calibration if
­required
Functions for online computation of measurement data using complex equations,
for adjustments and statistical evaluation (rms, MaxHold, etc)
Generation of limit lines from traces; data import and export for limit lines
Triggers for sweeps, sweep segments, measurement points or partial
­measurements
Enhanced frequency accuracy
Control of the ¸ZVB, control of external devices or handlers by the ¸ZVB,
fast TTL handler and sequence control, connection of peripherals, e.g. printer or
storage media (see also interface description)
Measurement inputs for DC voltage, allowing PAE (power added efficiency)
­measurements
Display of discontinuities, reflection factor or impedance versus delay/length, step
and impulse response, lowpass/bandpass frequency spacing, gated S-parameters
Inclusion of virtual matching networks, parasitic effects, etc; for coaxial and balanced systems; correction of the influence of test set components; parameterizable
predefined networks and/or import of S-parameter files for defining (matching)
networks
Enables calibration with different types of connectors in the reference planes
(e.g. 3.5 mm to N). Requires manual calibration kits of both types.
Extension of output power down to –110 dBm
Direct generator receiver access
Increased sensitivity and dynamic range by typical 10 dB
Multiport measurements
Balanced measurements
Mixer and harmonics measurements
Calibration techniques
Power calibration
Power measurement and scalar network analysis
Automatic level control (ALC)
User support
High number of diagrams, traces and channels
Preloading of setups; setup swap
Segmented sweep, lin/log sweep
Time sweep
60 001 points per trace
IF bandwidths 1 Hz to 500 kHz (in 1/2/5 steps)
Power sweep
Online support functions
Measurement wizard
Trace mathematics, equation editor,
marker functions, trace statistics
Limit lines
Trigger functions
Oven-controlled crystal oscillator
Interfaces (2 × LAN, 4 × USB, IEC BUS, 10 MHz
REF, MONITOR, USER CONTROL, EXT TRIGGER)
DC inputs
Time domain transform
Embedding/deembedding
Adapter removal
Option ¸ZVAB-B44 required for IEC/IEEE-bus-controlled power meters or external generators. For control via LAN, the VISA I/O BIB option is required.
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Standard/option
Standard with ­corresp.
­instrument version
Standard
Standard
Standard
Option ¸ZVB-K3
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Options ¸ZV-Z5x
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Option ¸ZVAB-B4
Standard
Standard
Option ¸ZVAB-K2
Standard
Standard
Options ¸ZVB 8-B21/
-B22/-B23
Options
¸ZVB14/20-B16
Interface description
Interface
LAN 1
LAN 2
IEC BUS
AUX
PORT BIAS
USB
10 MHz REF
DC MEAS
Function
Control of ¸ZVB or subnetwork with ¸ZVB as master, 8-pin RJ-45 connector
Control of ¸ZVB or subnetwork with ¸ZVB as master, 8-pin RJ-45 connector
Remote control of ¸ZVB
Auxiliary interface for future applications, BNC connector
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)
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,
cable: ¸ZV-Z71 (option)
For external VGA monitor; output of measurement screen or Windows XP user interface, 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 measurement or partial measurement, BNC connector
MONITOR
USER CONTROL
EXT TRIGGER
MONITOR
(VGA monitor output)
IEC BUS
USER CONTROL
(TTL I/O control signals)
AUX interface
Two LAN
­interfaces
EXT TRIGGER
Two USB
­interfaces
10 MHz REF
(­reference ­frequency I/O)
PORT BIAS
(DC bias inputs with fuses,
¸ZVB four-port-model)
DC MEAS
(DC measurement inputs)
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Condensed data
Measurement time per point (CW mode, at 500 kHz IF bandwidth)
<4.5 µs
Measurement time (including any data transfer time)1)
<4.5 ms
Data transfer time
data transfer simultaneous with measurement
Dynamic range (at 10 Hz IF bandwidth)
>123 dB
Inherent noise
<–110 dBm
Power sweep range
–40 dBm to +13 dBm
IF bandwidths
1 Hz to 500 kHz
Number of measurement points per trace
1 to 60 001
2)
Platform
Number of test ports
2 or 4
Number of measurement and reference receivers
one measurement and one reference receiver per test port
Number of integrated generators
one generator per test port pair
Calibration techniques
TOSM, UOSM, TRL/LRL, TOM, TRM, TNA, automatic calibration unit
Operating system and internal PC
Windows XP
Operation
hardkeys/softkeys, keyboard and mouse, online help system,
measurement and calibration wizard
Number of traces, diagrams, independent channels,
setups that can be simultaneously loaded into RAM
>1003), traces can be assigned to diagrams as required
Specification valid for 201 measurement points, measurement bandwidth 500 kHz, display off, ALC off, at 5 GHz, narrow span.
Power level that can be electronically swept.
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Number limited only by internal memory.
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Ordering information
Designation
Vector Network Analyzer1)
2 ports compact size
4 ports compact size
2 ports compact size
4 ports compact size
2 ports compact size
2 ports
4 ports
2 ports compact size
2 ports
4 ports
Options
Time Domain
Mixer and Harmonic Measurements
Oven Quartz (OCXO)
Direct Generator/Receiver Access
for 2-Port R&S®ZVB14 1145.1010.17
Direct Generator/Receiver Access
for 4-Port R&S®ZVB14 1145.1010.19
Direct Generator/Receiver Access
for 2-Port R&S®ZVB20 1145.1010.23
Direct Generator/Receiver Access
for 4-Port R&S®ZVB20 1145.1010.25
Generator Step Attenuator Port 1,
for R&S®ZVB 4/8 70 dB in 10 dB steps2)
Generator Step Attenuator Port 2,
for R&S®ZVB 4/8 70 dB in 10 dB steps2)
Generator Step Attenuator Port 3,
for R&S®ZVB 4/8, 70 dB in 10 dB steps2)
Extras
Test Cable
63.5 cm/25“, N (m)/N(m)3)
96.5 cm/38“, N (m)/N(m)3)
63.5 cm/25“, N(m)/3.5 mm (m)3)
96.5 cm/38“, N(m)/3.5 mm (m)3)
63.5 cm/25“, 3.5 mm (f)/3.5 mm (m)3)
96.5 cm/38“, 3.5 mm (f)/3.5 mm (m)3)
61 cm / 24“ N (m)/N (m)3)
91 cm / 36“ N (m)/N (m)3)
61 cm / 24“ N (m)/3.5 mm (m)3)
91 cm / 36“ N (m)/3.5 mm (m)3)
61 cm / 24’’ 3.5 mm (f)/3.5 mm (m)3)
91 cm / 36’’ 3.5 mm (f)/3.5 mm (m)3)
Calibration Kits
N, 50 W
N, 50 W
N (male), 50 W
N (female), 50 W
N 75 W
PC 3.5 mm
PC 3.5 mm (incl. sliding matches)
TRL add-on N 50 W
TRL add-on PC 3.5 mm
Type
Frequency range
Order No.
¸ZVB 4
¸ZVB 4
¸ZVB 8
¸ZVB 8
R&S®ZVB 14
R&S®ZVB 14
R&S®ZVB 14
R&S®ZVB 20
R&S®ZVB 20
R&S®ZVB 20
300 kHz to 4 GHz
300 kHz to 4 GHz
300 kHz to 8 GHz
300 kHz to 8 GHz
10 MHz to 14 GHz
10 MHz to 14 GHz
10 MHz to 14 GHz
10 MHz to 20 GHz
10 MHz to 20 GHz
10 MHz to 20 GHz
1145.1010.04
1145.1010.06
1145.1010.08
1145.1010.10
1145.1010.14
1145.1010.17
1145.1010.19
1145.1010.20
1145.1010.23
1145.1010.25
R&S®ZVAB-K2
R&S®ZVB-K3
R&S®ZVAB-B4
R&S®ZVB14-B16
10 MHz to 14 GHz
1164.1657.02
1164.1592.02
1164.1757.02
1164.1240.17
R&S®ZVB14-B16
10 MHz to 14 GHz
1164.1240.19
R&S®ZVB20-B16
10 MHz to 20 GHz
1164.1240.23
R&S®ZVB20-B16
10 MHz to 20 GHz
1164.1240.25
R&S®ZVB 8-B21
300 kHz to 8 GHz
1302.5480.02
R&S®ZVB8-B22
300 kHz to 8 GHz
1302.5073.02
R&S®ZVB8-B23
300 kHz to 8 GHz
1302.5496.02
¸ZV-Z91
¸ZV-Z91
¸ZV-Z92
¸ZV-Z92
¸ZV-Z93
¸ZV-Z93
R&S®ZV-Z191
R&S®ZV-Z191
R&S®ZV-Z192
R&S®ZV-Z192
¸ZV-Z193
¸ZV-Z193
0 Hz to 18 GHz
0 Hz to 18 GHz
0 Hz to 18 GHz
0 Hz to 18 GHz
0 Hz to 26.5 GHz
0 Hz to 26.5 GHz
0 Hz to 18 GHz
0 Hz to 18 GHz
0 Hz to 18 GHz
0 Hz to 18 GHz
0 Hz to 26.5 GHz
0 Hz to 26.5 GHz
1301.7572.25
1301.7572.38
1301.7589.25
1301.7589.38
1301.7595.25
1301.7595.38
1306.4507.24
1306.4507.36
1306.4513.24
1306.4513.36
1306.4520.24
1306.4520.36
¸ZV-Z21
¸ZCAN
R&S®ZV-Z121
0 Hz to 18 GHz
0 Hz to 3 GHz
0 Hz to 8 GHz
1085.7099.02
0800.8515.52
1164.0496.02
R&S®ZV-Z121
R&S®ZCAN
¸ZV-Z32
¸ZV-Z33
¸ZV-Z26
¸ZV-Z27
0 Hz to 8 GHz
0 Hz to 3 GHz
0 Hz to 26.5 GHz
0 Hz to 26.5 GHz
0.2 GHz to 18 GHz
0.4 GHz to 26.5 GHz
1164.0496.03
0800.8515.72
1128.3501.02
1128.3518.02
1085.7318.02
1085.7401.02
Accessories supplied: operating manual on CD-ROM, quick start guide.
Maximum of 2 step attenuators possible per instrument.
)
One cable.
)
)
¸ZVB Vector Network Analyzers 17
Automatic Calibration Units
4 ports, type N (f)
4 ports, PC 3.5 mm (f)
2 ports, type N (f)
4 ports, PC 3.5 mm (f)
Sliding Matches
N (m), 50 W
N (f), 50 W
PC 3.5 mm (m/f pair)
Hardware and Measurement Add-Ons
USB-to-IEC/IEEE Adapter (includes VISA I/O driver library)
Visa I/O Library for instrument control
Removable Flash Disk
2nd Removable Flash Disk
Cable for DC Input4) (pair)
Bias Network
DC Block
Power Splitter 2 × 50 W
Attenuators
1W
50 W
100 W
Matching Pads 50 W → 75 W
Series resistor
L-section
Miscellaneous
USB Keyboard
USB Mouse
19´´ Rack Adapter with front handles7)
19´´ Rack Adapter with front handles8)
Operating manual
6)
7)
8)
4)
5)
Type
Frequency range
Order No.
¸ZV-Z51
¸ZV-Z51
¸ZV-Z53
¸ZV-Z52
300 kHz to 8 GHz
300 kHz to 8 GHz
300 kHz to 18 GHz
10 MHz to 24 GHz
1164.0515.70
1164.0515.30
1164.0473.32
1164.0521.30
¸ZV-Z41
¸ZV-Z41
¸ZV-Z42
1.7 GHz to 18 GHz
1.7 GHz to 18 GHz
2 GHz to 26.5 GHz
1085.8095.02
1085.8095.03
1128.3524.02
¸ZVAB-B44
VISA I/O BIB
R&S®ZVAB-B18
R&S®ZVAB-B19
¸ZV-Z71
¸ZV-Z61
¸FSE-Z3
¸RVZ
2 MHz to 4 GHz
5 MHz to 7 GHz
0 Hz to 2.7 GHz
1302.5544.02
1161.8473.02
1164.0715.03
1164.1111.02
1164.1005.02
1106.8130.02
4010.3895.00
0800.6612.52
¸DNF
¸RBU 50
¸RBU 100
0 Hz to 12.4 GHz
0 Hz to 2 GHz
0 Hz to 2 GHz
0272.4x10.505)
1073.8695.xx6)
1073.8495.xx6)
¸RAZ
¸RAM
0 Hz to 2.7 GHz
0 Hz to 2.7 GHz
0358.5714.02
0358.6514.02
¸PSL-Z2
¸PSL-Z10
¸ZZA-511
¸ZZA-611
Mini DIN female to three banana plugs.
x = 0: 3 dB, x = 1: 6 dB, x = 2: 10 dB, x = 3: 20 dB, x = 4: 30 dB.
xx = 03: 3 dB, xx = 06: 6 dB, xx = 10: 10 dB, xx = 20: 20 dB, xx = 30: 30 dB.
For R&S®ZVB4, R&S®ZVB8, R&S®ZVB14 1145.1010.14, R&S®ZVB20 (2 ports) 1145.1010.20.
For R&S®ZVB14 1145.1010.17, 1145.1010.19, R&S®ZVB20 1145.1010.23, 1145.1010.25.
1157.6870.04
1157.7060.03
1096.3290.00
1096.3302.00
1145.1084.12
Certified Quality System
Certified Environmental System
ISO 9001
ISO 14001
DQS REG. NO 1954 QM
DQS REG. NO 1954 UM
For data sheet, see PD 0758.1529.22
and www.rohde-schwarz.com
(search term: ZVB)
www.rohde-schwarz.com
Europe: +49 1805 12 4242, customersupport@rohde-schwarz.com
USA and Canada: +1-888-837-8772, customer.support@rsa.rohde-schwarz.com
Asia: +65 65 130 488, customersupport.asia@rohde-schwarz.com
¸ is a registered trademark of Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co. KG · Trade names are trademarks of the owners · Printed in Germany (we)
PD 0758.1529.12 · ¸ZVB · Version 06.00 · December 2007 · Data without tolerance limits is not binding · Subject to change
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