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Simplifying Pulsed VNA Measurements With An Advanced UI By Walt Strickler, Anritsu Company
In this vector network analyzer (VNA) article series, we have discussed how engineers use VNAs to measure modern radar systems and explored new methods to more accurately test today’s complex radar signals. In this installment, I’d like to examine the advantages of an advanced user interface (UI) when making a pulsed VNA measurement.
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This low-noise amplifier is ideal for applications involving telecommunications, test instrumentation, and transceiver subassemblies. It provides broadband performance across the entire W-band and features ultra-low noise with gain choice, variable I/O interface options, and more.
This RF amplifier covers the 0.7- to 6-GHz frequency range and provides a minimum of 200-watts RF power. This datasheet includes a detailed description of the amplifier, as well as information on its features and specifications.
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