Agilent 4395A Network/Spectrum/Impedance Analyzer 500 MHz

Agilent 4395A Network/Spectrum/Impedance Analyzer 500 MHz
Agilent
4395A Network/Spectrum/Impedance Analyzer
500 MHz
4396B Network/Spectrum/Impedance Analyzer
1.8 GHz
Technical Overview
New Approach to
Electronic Component
and Circuit Evaluation
A new concept in testing that combines the power of a vector network
analyzer, a spectrum analyzer, and an
optional impedance analyzer.
Take an innovative approach to evaluating
electronic components and circuits. The
Agilent Technologies combination analyzers
family combines three analyzer functions
in one powerful instrument: a vector network analyzer, a spectrum analyzer, and an
optional impedance analyzer. Now you can
use one analyzer for multiple testing needs.
Because many electronic components
such as amplifiers require both vector network and spectrum parameters, you need a
combination analyzer to meet new testing
requirements such as:
• Measuring intermodulation distortion
and phase performance of components
used in digital communication systems.
• Characterizing monolithic ICs or circuit
blocks.
Compared with using separate analyzers,
you save equipment cost and bench space
with the Agilent 4395A/96B, and avoid
time-consuming and messy signal cabling
to multiple instruments.
Introducing the Agilent 4395A
An integrated solution delivering
exceptional performance and high
value to 500 MHz
Color TFT (thin film transistor) LCD with
dual display
• Split-screen viewing for two
independent channels
• VGA output for external monitor
Two independent channels provide
flexibility
• Test both parameters in your selected
analyzer mode (vector network,
spectrum, or optional impedance)
• Get real-time data through fast
alternate sweeps
Powerful calibration/compensation
Three analyzer functions
give you maximum flexibility.
Jump from one type of
measurement to another
with the push of a button.
Vector network
and high sensitive
spectrum input
ports offer:
• R, A, B ports
for transmission
and reflection
measurements
• R, A, B ports for
high sensitivity
spectrum
measurements
• 75 Ω impedance
conversion
(Option 4395A-1D7)
Fast sweep
improvements
throughout
DC source
(Option 4395A-001)
1.44 MB floppy disk drive
lets you save and recall in
either LIF or MS-DOS® format:
• Test setups
• Calibration data
• Measurement data
• IBASIC programs
• Graphic (TIFF) files
Test sets and accessories give you
measurement options in 50 Ω or 75 Ω
• Agilent 87511A/B S parameter test
set
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Markers highlight key data points quickly:
• Up to eight markers per channel
• Delta marker
• Marker zoom
• Peak search, peak all, marker analysis
functions and more
Synthesized source for network/impedance analysis provides:
• 1 mHz and 0.1 dB resolution
• 2- to 801-point sweep
• High-stability frequency reference
(Option 4395A-1D5)
Optional impedance analysis:
• Option 4395A-010 adds impedance
measurement function
• Agilent 43961A RF impedance
test kit
Agilent IBASIC adds these capabilities:
• Test automation
• External instrument control through
GPIB or digital I/O port
• Programming from an external keyboard
• Keystroke recording
• Customizing test setups for adjacent
channel power and occupied bandwidth
measurements
• Data analysis
• IBASIC program one key
execution function
Introducing the Agilent 4396B
An integrated solution delivering
exceptional performance and
high value to 1.8 GHz
Color TFT (thin film transistor) LCD with
dual display
• Split-screen viewing for two
independent channels
• VGA output for external monitor
Two independent channels provide
flexibility
• Test parameters in either vector network, spectrum, or optional impedance
• Get real-time data through fast alternate
sweeps
Markers highlight key data points quickly:
• Up to eight markers per channel
• Delta marker
• Marker zoom
• Peak search, peak all, and more
Three analyzer
functions give you
maximum flexibility.
Select the type of measurement with the push
of a button.
Powerful calibration/
compensation
Fast sweep increases
throughput
Vector network and
high sensitive spectrum
input ports offer:
• R, A, B ports
for transmission
and reflection
measurements
• Spectrum
monitoring
on any network port
1.44 MB floppy disk drive
lets you save and recall in
either LIF or MS-DOS® format:
• Test setups
• Calibration data
• Measurement data
• IBASIC programs
• Graphic (TIFF) files
Test sets and accessories give you
measurement options in 50 Ω or 75 Ω:
• Agilent 85046A/B S parameter
test set
Spectrum analysis input port
• High Sensitivity
• 75 Ω impedance conversion
(Option 4396B-1D7)
Synthesized source for network/
impedance analysis provides:
• 1 mHz and 0.1 dB resolution
• 2- to 801-point sweep
• High-stability frequency reference
(Option 4396B-1D5)
IBASIC adds these capabilities:
• Test automation
• External instrument control through
GPIB or digital I/O port
• Programming from an external keyboard
• Keystroke recording
• Customizing test setups for
adjacent channel power and
occupied bandwidth measurements
• Data analysis
Optional impedance analysis:
• Option 4396B-010 adds impedance
measurement function
• Agilent 43961A RF impedance
test kit
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Exceptional Performance for Design and Manufacturing
In the lab, evaluate your designs completely and accurately with one instrument.
The Agilent 4395A and the Agilent 4396B
reduce learning and testing time so you get
precision measurements with improved
efficiency.
Make all of the following measurements
with the Agilent 4395A/96B:
On the production line, increase your
throughput with the combination analyzer.
A combination analyzer makes it faster and
easier to switch between different types of
tests. You can optimize production testing
with these capabilities:
Vector network
analysis
Spectrum analysis
Impedance analysis2
Attenuation
Adjacent channel power1
Impedance (|Z|)
Bandwidth
Carrier-to-noise
Admittance (|Y|)
Center frequency
Flatness
Phase (θ )
Complex impedance
Frequency
Resistance (R)
Cross talk/isolation
Harmonic distortion
Reactance (X)
Directivity
Intermodulation distortion
Conductance (Γ)
• High test speed for vector network
analysis
• Fast narrow band spectrum analysis
with stepped FFT
• List sweep
• Limit lines
• Test automation with built-in IBASIC
Flatness
Linearity
Susceptance (B)
Frequency response
Noise
Capacitance (C)
Gain/loss
Occupied bandwidth1
Inductance (L)
Gain compression
On/off ratio
Dissipation factor (D)
Group delay
Phase noise
Quality factor (Q)
Insertion loss
Power
Reflection coefficient (Γ)
The analyzer’s small footprint saves valuable bench space in any environment.
Linearity
Sensitivity
Phase
Spurious
Reflection coefficient
Sidebands
The Agilent combination analyzers
family, a full-capability combination
analyzer, makes no trade-offs among vector
network, spectrum, and impedance performance. The spectrum analyzer function is
based on digital signal processing (DSP)
technology to speed measurement
computation. It is a breakthrough in test
instruments, giving you outstanding
performance at an attractive price.
1. With IBASIC
2. With Option 439xx-010 and Agilent 43961A
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Return loss
Ripple
Rolloff
VSWR
Optional: Burst-signal analysis (Option 439xx-1D6)
Major Specifications
Agilent 4395A
Network analyzer specification
Spectrum analyzer specification
Impedance analyzer specification2
Frequency range
10 Hz to 500 MHz1
Frequency range
10 Hz to 500 MHz
Frequency range
100 kHz to 500 MHz
Frequency resolution
1 mHz
Noise sidebands
< –104 dBc/Hz
typical at 10 kHz
offset
Meas. parameter
|Z|, θz, R, X, |Y|,
θy, G, B, Cs, Cp, Ls,
Lp, Rp, Rs, X, D, Q,
IΓI, Γx ,Γy
Output power range
–50 to 15 dBm
Resolution bandwidth
1 Hz to 1 MHz in
1-3-10 steps
Z accuracy
±3% (typical,
basic accuracy)
Dynamic range
115 dB @ 10 Hz IFBW Dynamic range
> 100 dB third-order Source level
free dynamic range
–56 dBm to
+9 dBm (at DUT)
Dynamic accuracy
±0.05 dB/0.3 deg.
Level accuracy
±0.8 dB @ 50 MHz
±40 V (20 mA (max))
Calibration
Full two-port
Sensitivity
–145 dBm/Hz
@ freq. = 10 MHz
DC bias
(Option 4395A-001
DC source or external
DC source is required.)
Compensation
OPEN/SHORT/LOAD
port extension
Standard features: Instrument BASIC, GPIB port, 3.5" floppy disk drive, direct print, RAM disk, VGA monitor output.
Optional features: Impedance measurement (Option 4395A-010), time-gated spectrum analysis (Option 4395A-1D6), high-stability frequency
reference (Option 4395A-1D5), 50 Ω to 75 Ω spectrum input impedance conversion (Option 4395A-1D7), DC source
(±40 V, 100 mA (ALC)) (Option 4395A-001).
1. 100 kHz to 500 MHz if using the Agilent 87511A/B S-parameter test set.
2. With Option 4395A-010 and the Agilent 43961A RF impedance test kit
Agilent 4396B
Network analyzer specification
Spectrum analyzer specification
Impedance analyzer specification2
Frequency range
100 kHz to 1.8 GHz1 Frequency range
2 Hz to 1.8 GHz
Frequency range
100 kHz to 1.8 GHz
Frequency resolution
1 mHz
Noise sidebands
< –113 dBc/Hz
typical at 10 kHz
offset
Meas. parameter
|Z|, θz, R, X, |Y|,
θy, G, B, Cs, Cp,
Ls, Lp, Rp, Rs, X,
D, Q, IΓ I, Γx,Γy
Output power range
–60 to 20 dBm
Resolution bandwidth
1 Hz to 3 MHz in
1-3-10 steps
Meas. range
2 Ω to 5 kΩ
Dynamic range
> 120 dB @ 10 Hz
IFBW
Dynamic range
> 100 dB third-order Z accuracy
dynamic range
±3% (typical,
basic accuracy)
Dynamic accuracy
Calibration
±0.05 dB/0.3 deg.
Full two-port
Overall level accuracy
Sensitivity
< ±1.0 dB
< –147 dBm/Hz
@ freq. = 1 GHz
–66 dBm to
+14 dBm (at DUT)
±40 V (20 mA (max))
Source level
DC bias
(External DC bias
source is required.)
Compensation
OPEN/SHORT/LOAD
port extension
Standard features: Instrument BASIC, GPIB port, 3.5" floppy disk drive, direct print, RAM disk, VGA monitor output.
Optional features: Impedance measurement (Option 4396B-010), time-gated spectrum analysis (Option 4396B-1D6), high-stability frequency
reference (Option 4396B-1D5), 50 Ω to 75 Ω spectrum input impedance conversion (Option 4396B-1D7).
1. 300 kHz to 1.8 GHz if using the Agilent 85046A/B S-parameter test set.
2. With Option 4396B-010 and the Agilent 43961A RF impedance test kit.
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Component Analysis for Today and the Future
Modern digital communication systems
require high linearity of signal transmission.
To meet this new requirement, electronic
components must have well-characterized
phase and magnitude performance. Spectrum measurements, such as intermodulation distortion, are key to achieving high
system quality. Also impedance measurements are very important to develop the
high quality design.
Amplifiers
Mixers
Make both linear and non-linear measurements with the Agilent combination
analyzer. You get wide dynamic range for
accurate intermodulation distortion
measurement.
Measure mixer output easily with peak
all and market list. Measure conversion
signals for distortion and harmonics.
The Agilent 4395A/96B keeps up with your
new demands by offering the capabilities
you need in an easy-to-use instrument.
Eliminate the extra work and cost associated with using multiple instruments. Follow
these simple steps to test your components:
• Easily alternate between vector network
and spectrum measurements.
• See two measurement parameters
on the dual-display color TFT LCD.
• Use powerful marker functions and up
to eight markers per channel for data
searching.
• Save and recall calibration data,
measurement data, and test programs
with either internal RAM disk or floppy
disk.
• Easily dump data directly from the
analyzer to the centronics printer.
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Oscillators
Predict oscillator stability by measuring the
reflection coefficient in the vector network
mode. Turn to the spectrum mode to see
oscillation frequency, harmonics, and noise.
Use marker zoom for measuring output
level.
Filters
Characterize passband, stopband, group
delay, and phase:
• Wide dynamic range.
±0.05 dB/±0.3 deg. gain/phase dynamic
accuracy.
• Real-time tuning.
• High-stability frequency reference
(Option 439xx-1D5) for narrowband and
high Q devices.
Agilent 4396B network/spectrum
simultaneous measurement
Two independent channels
With the Agilent 4395A, you determine the
analyzer type (network, spectrum, or
impedance) first, and then you can define
each channel’s parameters under your
selected analyzer type. Using the 4396B,
you can define analyzer type for each channel independently. So if you see any unusual
frequency response while making a network
measurement on the Agilent 4396B, you
can quickly switch to spectrum monitoring
(source will be turned off) to identify
spurious signals without changing DUT
connection on the color LCD with dual
display as shown in figure.
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Precision Spectrum Analysis with Improved Speed and Accuracy
Accurate signal monitoring is critical for
designing quality products. In today’s
competitive environment, you need better spectrum measurement capabilities to
stay ahead of the competition. The Agilent
4395A/96B, designed with new digital
techniques, outperforms traditional analog
spectrum analyzers.
• Improve testing speed up to 100 times
for narrow RBW sweep. The analyzer’s
stepped FFT technique (4395A: all
RBWs, 4396B: RBW ≤ 3 kHz) breaks the
speed barrier to give you lower noise
floor without sacrificing speed.
• Fully synthesized source.
• 1 Hz RBW with 3:1 shape factor for
close-in signals.
List sweep function can be used in not only
network and impedance analysis, but also
in spectrum analysis. List sweep separates
the sweep frequency range into segments,
and each segment can have an independent
frequency range, number of sweep points,
RBW, and power level settings. By using
list sweep function, separate frequency
bands can be measured in one sweep, or
different RBW can be set for harmonics, IMD,
and wide dynamic range measurements can
be done in a shorter time.
• See close-in signals using the
1 Hz RBW with a 3:1 shape factor.
Monitor close-in low level signals such as
the 60-Hz power line sideband ripple shown
here. You get excellent spectral resolution
from digital RBW filters (4395A: all RBWs,
4396B: RBW ≤ 3 kHz) with a shape factor
as steep as 3:1.
IMD measurement using list sweep function
Sweep time comparison at
100 kHz span and 100 Hz RBW
Analog RBW SA
30 s
Agilent 4396B with stepped FFT
1.2 s
Agilent 4395A with stepped FFT
0.3 s
Get dramatic speed improvement, with no
loss of accuracy, for narrow RBW sweeps.
In addition, low phase noise provides improved
signal resolution.
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Measure noise precisely. The analyzer’s low
noise floor provides the sensitivity required for
detecting low-level signals.
Perform accurate burst signal analysis with
time-gating (Option 439xx-1D6). Digital
video bandwidth smooths noise faster than
analog spectrum analyzers.
Use these powerful spectrum analysis
capabilities, combined with vector network
analysis, for design and test in these applications:
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CATV
GPS
GSM
HDTV
VSAT
VCR
Optical disk drives
Mobile radio
Cellular communications
Frequency spectrum of a signal
measured without time gating.
Time gating (Option 439xx-1D6) lets you make
measurements within the burst envelope.
You can use time gating to accurately
characterize burst-modulated signals
used in data storage, television, and
video equipment. Narrow gating
(4395A: 6 ms min. 4396B: 2 ms min.)
is ideal for testing disk drives.
View the amplitude and modulation
characteristics of a repetitive signal in Zero
Span. The analyzer functions as a tunable
receiver.
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Accurate Direct Impedance Measurement
The Agilent 4395A/96B can perform direct
impedance measurements with the addition
of Option 439xx-010 and the Agilent 43961A
RF impedance test kit. Covering from 100
kHz, impedance parameters |Z|, θ, C, L,
Q, D and more are measured and displayed
directly on the color TFT LCD display. For
the Agilent 4395A, the Option 4395A-001
DC source is available to apply to the
device, up to ±40 V maximum.
Agilent 4395A/96B
RF out
R
B
A
R
A
Agilent 43961A
Output
N-N cable
RF in
Test fixture
DC source
input
Connecting the Agilent 43961A to the Agilent 4395A/96B
Direct display of impedance data
Two independent
measurement
channels and
flexibility to
impedance
analysis
The impedance measurement capability
provides powerful display choices, allowing direct parameter versus frequency
display. Measure and display capacitance,
inductance, and impedance magnitude and
phase, and more, as functions of frequency.
In addition, a lumped equivalent circuit
function aids component modeling and
simulation.
Many applicable fixtures and
powerful error compensation
Equivalent component analysis
(resonator)
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Many 7-mm connector type test fixtures
can be used for the Agilent combination
analyzer with Option 439xx-010 and the
43961A impedance test kit because the
43961A employs the 7-mm connector as
the measurement port. So, you can select
an appropriate fixture among them. The
combination analyzer with Option 439xx010 has the powerful OPEN/SHORT/LOAD
compensation, and port extension compensation, which eliminate any errors introduced by the test fixture and allow accurate
direct impedance measurements.
Easy Test Automation and System Integration
Maximize your throughput with the Agilent
combination analyzer family. The analyzer is
designed for high-volume testing:
Limit functions
The built-in limit lines allow you to screen
parts automatically and quickly.
• Fast vector network measurement
speed
• List sweep for fast testing at selected
frequencies
• Built-in IBASIC for test automation.
• Limit lines for pass/fail test
• RAM disk with fast data access
• Digital I/O port for controlling handlers
or non-GPIB test equipment
• VGA monitor output for an even larger
display, improving productivity and
reducing viewing fatigue
What is IBASIC?
IBASIC is a subset of the HT BASIC programming language. It is included in the
standard Agilent 4395A/96B. IBASIC is
extremely powerful, yet easy-to-use. You
can automate testing, make customized
programs, perform data analysis, and
control external equipment with IBASIC. It
supports an external keyboard for your convenience, and for effortless programming, it
provides keystroke recording, which logs
test code sequences as you push the buttons on the front panel.
You can control additional equipment without an external computer. By adding some
external signal sources and RF switches,
you can construct a cost-effective, highspeed test system for production.
The 4396B system (example shown
in the block diagram) provides highthroughput, automated testing of gain,
phase, and intermodulation
distortion for components.
Integrate different instruments into a test system example with the Agilent 4396B
IBASIC program one key execution
(Agilent 4395A only)
The Agilent 4395A has a unique one key
execution function. It allows you to select
your desired IBASIC program in RAM disk or
floppy disk, and to run it by simply pressing
the softkey. It’s beneficial to undertake your
first function in the Agilent 4395A.
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Ordering Information
Agilent 4395A
Network/spectrum/impedance
analyzer
Furnished accessory
Power cable and CD-ROM (manual)
Note: Test fixtures, a keyboard, and a
printed manual are not furnished as
standard.
Configuration guide
Choose the option from the groups
<A>, <B>, and <C> depending on your
requirement. Then, choose the appropriate
options from the option groups <D>, <E>,
<F>, and <G>.
P Choose ONE and ONLY one
(Options are mutually exclusive)
R Choose any combination
<A> For DC bias source
P 4395A-700 no DC bias source
P 4395A-001 DC bias source
Agilent 4396B
Network/spectrum/impedance
analyzer
<E>For accessories
R 4395A-1D7 50 Ω - 75 Ω minimum
loss pad
R 4395A-810 keyboard
R 4395A-1CM rackmount kit
R 4395A-1CN front handle kit
R 4395A-1CP handle/rack mount kit
Furnished accessory
Power cable and CD-ROM (manual)
Note: Test fixtures, a keyboard, and a
printed manual are not furnished as
standard.
<F>For calibration certificate
R 4395A-1A7 ISO 17025 compliant
calibration
Choose the option from the groups <A>
and <B> depending on your requirement.
Then, choose the appropriate options from
the option groups <C>, <D>, <E>, and <F>.
<G>For manual1
R 4395A-ABA U.S. - English
localization
R 4395A-ABJ Japan - Japanese
localization
R 4395A-0BW Service documentation,
assembly level
<B> For frequency reference function
P 4395A-800 standard frequency
reference
P 4395A-1D5 high stability frequency
reference
<C> For time-gated spectrum analysis
P 4395A-706 no time-gated spectrum
analysis
P 4395A-1D6 time-gated spectrum
analysis
4395A
<A>For frequency reference function
P 4396B-800 standard frequency
reference
P 4396B-1D5 high stability frequency
reference
<C> For impedance measurement function
R 4396B-010 impedance measurement
function
<D>For accessories
R 4396B-1D7 50 Ω - 75 Ω minimum
loss pad
R 4396B-810 keyboard
R 4396B-1CM rackmount kit
R 4396B-1CN front handle kit
R 4396B-1CP handle/rack mount kit
4396B
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P Choose ONE and ONLY one
(Options are mutually exclusive)
R Choose any combination
<B> For time-gated spectrum analysis
P 4396B-706 no time-gated spectrum
analysis
P 4396B-1D6 time-gated spectrum
analysis
<D>For impedance measurement function
R 4395A-010 impedance measurement
function
1. Printed manual is not furnished as standard.
Configuration guide
<E>For calibration certificate
R 4396B-1A7 ISO 17025 compliant
calibration
<F>For manual1
R 4396B-ABA U.S. - English
localization
R 4396B-ABJ Japan - Japanese
localization
R 4396B-0BW service documentation,
assembly level
Test sets, splitters,
and directional bridges
S-parameter test sets allow both forward
and reverse measurements with a single
connection of your DUT.
Transmission/reflection (T/R) test kits
allow measurements in one direction only.
Includes test set, short, load, and DUT
return cable.
Calibration kits
A complete line of kits make calibrating
your analyzer fast and easy.
Agilent 85031B
Agilent 85032B
Agilent 85033D
Agilent 85036B
Agilent 87511A – 50 Ω S-parameter
(100 kHz to 500 MHz), 7-mm test port
(Option 87511A-800) or type-N test port
(Option 87511A-001)
50 Ω, 7-mm
50 Ω, type-N
50 Ω, 3.5-mm
75 Ω, type-N
Accessory kits
Agilent 87511B – 75 Ω S-parameter
(100 kHz to 500 MHz), type-N test port
These kits furnish RF components generally
required for use with test sets and splitters.
Agilent 85046A – 50 Ω S-parameter
(300 kHz to 3 GHz), 7-mm test port1
Agilent 11853A 50 Ω, type-N short
circuits and adapters
Agilent 85046B – 75 Ω S-parameter
(300 kHz to 2 GHz), type-N test port
Agilent 85046A
Agilent 87512A
Agilent 87512A 50 Ω (dc-2 GHz)
type-N connectors
Agilent 87512B 75 Ω (dc-2 GHz)
type-N connectors
These type-N power splitters allow transmission measurements only in a single
direction.
Agilent 11667A 50 Ω 2-way power
splitter (dc-18 GHz)
Agilent 11854A 50 Ω, type-N to
BNC adapters
Cable kits
For reliable connections between the test
set and the DUT.
Agilent 11857B 75 Ω type-N test port
return cables
Agilent 11857D 50 Ω 7-mm test port return
cables
These high-directivity RF bridges are
designed for accurate reflection measurements and signal-leveling applications.
Agilent 86205A 50 Ω RF bridge
(300 kHz to 6 GHz)
Agilent 86207A 75 Ω RF bridge
(300 kHz to 3 GHz)
1. To convert test port to type-N, use Agilent
11524A 7-mm to type-N(f) adapter.
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Probes
Impedance test kit
Extend the capabilities of the analyzer
directly to your circuit.
The Agilent 4395A/96B can perform direct
impedance measurements with the addition
of Option 439xx-010 and the Agilent 43961A
RF impedance test kit. The Agilent 43961A
includes a test adapter, an N(m)-N(m)
cable, OPEN/SHORT/LOAD calibration
standard, and carrying case.
Agilent 41800A 5 Hz to 500 MHz active
probe
Agilent 41802A 5 Hz to 100 MHz
1 MΩ input adapter
Agilent 85024A 300 MHz to 3 GHz
high frequency probe
16197A bottom electrode SMD test
fixture (DC to 3 GHz)
16092A spring clip test fixture
(DC to 500 MHz)
16093-65003 Binding post test fixture
(DC to 250 MHz)
16093-65004 Binding post test fixture
(DC to 125 MHz)
Agilent 1141A dc to 200 MHz
differential probe
Agilent 11940A 9 kHz to 30 MHz close-field
probe set
Agilent 43961A RF impedance test kit
Agilent 11941A 30 MHz to 1 GHz closefield probe set
Test fixtures for impedance
measurement
Agilent 11945A 9 kHz to 1 GHz close-field
probe set
16192A parallel electrode
SMD test fixture (DC to 2 GHz)
16194A high temperature component test
fixture (DC to 2 GHz)
16196A 1608 (mm)/0603 (inch) parallel
electrode SMD test fixture
(DC to 3 GHz)
16196B 1005 (mm)/0402 (inch) parallel
electrode SMD test fixture
(DC to 3 GHz)
16196C 0603 (mm)/0201 (inch) parallel
electrode SMD test fixture
(DC to 3 GHz)
16196D 0402 (mm)/01005 (inch) parallel
electrode SMD test fixture
(DC to 3 GHz)
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Test fixtures and DUT sizes
General Characteristics
Agilent 4395A
Remote programming interface: GPIB
interface operates according to IEEE 488.11987 and IEEE 488.2-1987 and IEC 625
standards.
I/O port: 8 bit I/O, 24 bit I/O
Printer: Centronics parallel I/O port
(Agilent PCL3)
Temperature: Operatingl, 0 °C to 40 °C;
storage, –20 °C to 60 °C
Humidity: Operating1 15% < RH < 95%
Power: 100/120/220/240 V ±10%,
47 Hz to 63 Hz, 300 VA max.
Connectors: 50 Ω type-N(f)
Probe power: +15 V @ 300 mA, –12.6 V @
160 mA, GND
Display: 8.4 inch color TFT LCD
Weight: 21 kg (46 lb.) typical
Dimensions:
235 mm H x 425 mm W x 553 mm D
(9.25 in. x 16.75 in. x 21.72 in.)
Agilent 4396B
Remote programming interface: GPIB
interface operates according to IEEE 488.11987 and IEEE 488.2-1987 and IEC 625
standards.
I/O port: 8 bit I/O
Printer: Centronics parallel I/O port
(Agilent PCL3)
Temperature: Operating 1, 0 °C to 40 °C;
storage, –20 °C to 60 °C
Humidity: Operating1 15% < RH < 95%
Power: 100/120/220/240 V ±10%,
47 Hz to 63 Hz, 300 VA max.
Connectors: 50 Ω type-N(f)
Probe power: +15 V @ 300 mA, –12.6 V @
160 mA, GND.
Display: 8.4 inch color TFT LCD
Weight: 21.5 kg (47 lb.) typical
Dimensions:
235 mm H x 425 mm W x 553 mm D
(9.25 in. x 16.75 in. x 21.72 in.)
Agilent 4395A accessories selection guide
1. 100 kHz to 500 MHz
2. 7-mm test port (Option 87511A-800) or type-N test port (Option 87511A-001)
3. 300 kHz to 3 GHz 7-mm test port. To convert to type-N, use Agilent 11524A 7-mm to type-N (f) adapter
4. 300 kHz to 4 GHz
Agilent 4396B accessories selection guide
1. 7-mm test port. To convert to type-N, use Agilent 11524A 7-mm to type-N (f) adapter
Additional literature
For detailed specifications, refer to the
Agilent 4395A Data Sheet (literature
number 5965-9340E), or Agilent 4396B
Data Sheet (literature number 5965-6311E).
1. Disk drive operating region: 10 °C to 40 °C and
15% to 80% RH.
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