The millimeter wave network analyzer. It can test the harmonic mixers. Banded millimeter-wave solutions enable S-parameter measurements up 1.1 THz. The frequency range covers 10 MHz to 110 GHz.
The PNA-X series vector network analyzer from N series from keysight, the frequency range is up to 110GHz. The PXI series are vector network analyzers too. it has six frequency ranges up to 26.5 GHz.
We can provide other product from other company, if you clearly know what you need, please contact us whenever you feel free, maybe we can help you.
ANWY has serviced the laboratory, Railway Bureau, other research institutions, and it is gradually praised by industry colleagues, since 2000.
Vector Network Analyzer can complete the vector network analysis in such fields as wireless communication, cable television, education and automotive electronics, and can be used for the performance measurement of radio frequency (RF) elements such as filter, amplifier, aerial, cable and cable television tap and and automotive electronics, etc. It can provide many display formats such as logarithmic amplitude, linear amplitude, standing-wave ratio (SWR), phase, group delay, Smith chart and poplar coordinates, etc
In addition, there are many calibrations including frequency response, single port, response isolation and enhanced response. Its requencie covers 10 MHz to 110 GHz
The analyzer from keysight is very expensive, frankly it is accurately and quality enough. it is adapt to R&D and other test. in other hand, if we just want to teach student how to use it. we can give you other choice.
"Assuming you want a vector network analyzer then your choice is limited if you want something from HP or Anritsu etc. there are 20-25 year old VNAs both cover up to 3GHz." Sometimes maybe you can go to blog finding some advises.(just like EEVblog.com, etc)
It is very important that to clearly told the sales the specification of the VNA which you need buy. To make sure the VNA is just you need without some function you don't know, and maybe let the price of the VNA too high. Pay attention to Number of Built-In Ports, Output Power, Trace Noise, Dynamic Range, Maximum Frequency, T/R, Time Domain, etc.
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