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Agilent Technologies introduces microwave PNA network analyzers

June 08, 2011
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Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced five PNA microwave vector network analyzer models, up to 67 GHz. The new PNA Series is based on Agilent’s PNA-X architecture and is used to test a wide variety of passive and active devices such as filters, duplexers, amplifiers and frequency converters.

The PNAs are available with: a two-port internal single-source or four-port internal dual-source configuration in five frequency models: 13.5, 26.5, 43.5, 50 and 67 GHZ, the highest source output power: +11 dBm at 67 GHz and 0.1 dB receiver compression point higher than +10 dBm.

The PNA Series provides high-power sources and the linear receivers, giving it S-parameter measurements with the widest power range in the market.

The PNA Series now offers the majority of advanced measurement options currently available on the PNA-X Series and includes noise figure measurements, gain compression, two-tone IMD/spectrum analysis, true-mode stimulus, source phase control and fast CW mode. In the design and production of passive and active devices, these advanced applications improve accuracy and productivity for high-performance microwave component characterization and testing.

The PNA family shares a common software platform making it easy to customise to meet specific budget and measurement needs. Software options can also be added later to meet future test requirements. The PNA is also compatible with Agilent’s Physical Layer Test System, materials measurement software and multiport test sets.

Agilent’s PNA Series network analyzers (N522XA) are available now starting at $60,000.

 

 
 
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