Protek A333 网络分析仪

Specifications apply under the following conditions:
40 minutes warm-up time at the ambient temperature.
Environmental temperature of 20°C ± 5°C, with less than 1°C deviation from the calibration temperature.
No averaging applied to data.
Two port calibration is performed.
 
Measurement accuracy
Accuracy of transmission measurement (magnitude/phase)
Specifications are based on a matched DUT, a measurement bandwidth of 1 Hz, and a nominal power source of –5 dBm
+15 to +5 dB 0.2 dB/2.0°
+ 5 to -50 dB 0.1 dB/1.0°
-50 to -70 dB 0.2 dB/2.0°
-70 to -90 dB 1.0 dB/6.0°
Accuracy of reflection measurement (magnitude/phase)
Specifications are based on a matched DUT, a measurement bandwidth of 1 Hz, and a nominal source power of –5 dBm
0 to -15 dB 0.4 dB/4.0°
-15 to -25 dB 1.5 dB/7.0°
-25 to -35 dB 4 dB/22.0°
Trace stability
Temperature dependence per one degree of the temperature variation 0.02 dB
Trace noise magnitude IF bandwidth 3 kHz 0.001 dB rms
Measurement range
Frequency range 300kHz to 3.2GHz
Impedance 50Ω ( 75Ω )
Test port Connectors N-type, female
Number of test ports 2
Frequency accuracy ±5 ppm
Frequency resolution 1mHz
Number of test points user-selectable 2 to 10001
IF bandwidth settings 1/1,5 / 2 / 3 / 5 / 7 / 10 step 1.0 Hz to 30 kHz
Dynamic range IF bandwidth 10 Hz 2 to 3200 MHz >125 dB, typ. 130dB
Measurement time per point 30 kHz measurement bandwidth 125 µs
Test Port Output
Power range –45 to +10 dBm
Power accuracy <1.0 db="" td="">
Power resolution 0.05 dB
Harmonic distortion –30 dBc
Test Port Input
Match without system error correction >25 dB
Damage level +26 dBm
Damage DC voltage 35 V
External/Internal Reference Signal I/O
Frequency 10 MHz
Operating environment
Temperature +5 to +40°C
Dimensions (WxHxD) 426 x 222 x 270 mm
Weight 10.6 kg
Power supply 100 to 240 VAC / 47 to 63 Hz
Measurement capabilities
Number of measurement channels Up to 16 independent measurement channels. A measurement channel is coupled to stimulus response settings including frequency range and number of points.
Number of windows Each measurement channel has a display window.
Number of traces Up to 16 display windows (channels) can be displayed.
16 data traces and 16 memory traces per channel
Measurement parameters S11, S21, S12, S22
Measurement parameter conversion Available to convert S-parameters into reflection impedance, transmission
Data formats impedance, reflection admittance, transmission admittance, and 1/S. Log magnitude, linear magnitude, phase, expanded phase, group delay, SWR, real, imaginary, Smith chart, polar.
Data markers 10 independent markers per trace. Reference marker available for delta marker operation.
Smith chart format includes 5 marker formats: linear magnitude/phase, log magnitude/phase, real/imaginary, R + jX, and G + jB. Polar chart format includes 3 marker formats: linear magnitude/phase, log magnitude/phase, and real/imaginary.
Marker functions
Marker search Max value, Min value, peak, peak left, peak right, target, target left, target right, multi-peak, multi-target, bandwidth parameters with user-defined bandwidth values.
Marker-to functions Set start, stop, center to active marker stimulus value; set reference to active marker response value; set electrical delay to group delay at active marker.
Search range User definable.
Tracking Performs marker search continuously or on demand.
Time domain functions
Transformation Selectable transformation type from bandpass, lowpass impulse, lowpass step.
Selectable window from maximum, normal and minimum.
Gated functions Selectable gated filter type from bandpass, notch. Selectable gate shape from maximum, normal and wide.
Source control
Sweep type Linear sweep, segment sweep, log sweep and power sweep.
Segment sweep Define independent sweep segments. Set number of points, test port power levels, IF bandwidth, delay time independently for each segment.
Sweep trigger Set to continuous, hold, or single, sweep
Power Set source power from -45 dBm to 10 dBm. The power slope function compensates source power level error. with internal, external, manual trigger.
Trace functions
Display data Display current measurement data, memory data, or current measurement and memory data simultaneously.
Trace math Vector addition, subtraction, multiplication or division of measured complex values and memory data.
Title Add custom title to each channel window. Titles are printed on hard copies of displayed measurements.
Autoscale Automatically selects scale resolution and reference value to vertically center the trace.
Electrical delay Offset measured phase or group delay by a defined amount of electrical delay, in seconds.
Phase Offset Offset measured phase or group delay by a defined amount in degrees.
Statistics Calculates and displays mean, standard deviation and peak-to-peak deviation of the data trace.
Data accuracy enhancement
Measurement calibration significantly reduces measurement uncertainty due to errors caused by system directivity, source and load match, tracking and crosstalk. Full 2-port, calibration removes all the systematic errors for the related test ports to obtain the most accurate measurements.
Response calibration Simultaneous magnitude and phase correction of frequency response errors for either reflection or transmission measurements.
Response calibration and isolation Compensates for frequency response and crosstalk errors of transmission measurements, and frequency response and directivity errors of reflection measurements.
Enhanced response calibration Compensates for frequency response and source match errors.
One-port calibration Compensates for directivity, frequency response and source match errors.
Full 2-port calibration Compensates for directivity, source match, reflection tracking, load match, transmission tracking and crosstalk.
Crosstalk calibration can be omitted.
Interpolated error correction With any type of accuracy enhancement applied, interpolated mode recalculates the error coefficients when the test frequencies are changed. The number of points can be increased or decreased and the start/stop frequencies can be changed.
Reference port extension Redefine the measurement plane from the plane where the calibration was done.
Other capabilities
Internal hard disk drive Store and recall instrument states, calibration data, and trace data on internal hard drive.
Trace data can be saved in CSV (comma separated value) format.
Instrument states include all control settings, limit lines, segment sweep tables, and memory trace data.
USB Instrument states, calibration data, and trace data can be stored on an external USB drive.
Screen hardcopy Printouts of instrument data are directly produced on a printer. The analyzer provides USB and parallel interfaces.
Familiar graphical user interface The A333 analyzer employs a graphical user interface based on Windows. There are three ways to operate the instrument manually: you can use a hardkey interface, a touch screen interface (optional) or a mouse interface.
Limit lines Define the test limit lines that appear on the display for pass/fail testing. Defined limits may be any combination of horizontal/sloping lines and discrete data points.
Programming function
  COM/DCOM Automation
Remote Control
  LAN , GPIB ( optional )
Detail
Specifications apply under the following conditions:
40 minutes warm-up time at the ambient temperature.
Environmental temperature of 20°C ± 5°C, with less than 1°C deviation from the calibration temperature.
No averaging applied to data.
Two port calibration is performed.
 
Measurement accuracy
Accuracy of transmission measurement (magnitude/phase)
Specifications are based on a matched DUT, a measurement bandwidth of 1 Hz, and a nominal power source of –5 dBm
+15 to +5 dB 0.2 dB/2.0°
+ 5 to -50 dB 0.1 dB/1.0°
-50 to -70 dB 0.2 dB/2.0°
-70 to -90 dB 1.0 dB/6.0°
Accuracy of reflection measurement (magnitude/phase)
Specifications are based on a matched DUT, a measurement bandwidth of 1 Hz, and a nominal source power of –5 dBm
0 to -15 dB 0.4 dB/4.0°
-15 to -25 dB 1.5 dB/7.0°
-25 to -35 dB 4 dB/22.0°
Trace stability
Temperature dependence per one degree of the temperature variation 0.02 dB
Trace noise magnitude IF bandwidth 3 kHz 0.001 dB rms
Measurement range
Frequency range 300kHz to 3.2GHz
Impedance 50Ω ( 75Ω )
Test port Connectors N-type, female
Number of test ports 2
Frequency accuracy ±5 ppm
Frequency resolution 1mHz
Number of test points user-selectable 2 to 10001
IF bandwidth settings 1/1,5 / 2 / 3 / 5 / 7 / 10 step 1.0 Hz to 30 kHz
Dynamic range IF bandwidth 10 Hz 2 to 3200 MHz >125 dB, typ. 130dB
Measurement time per point 30 kHz measurement bandwidth 125 µs
Test Port Output
Power range –45 to +10 dBm
Power accuracy <1.0 db="" td="">
Power resolution 0.05 dB
Harmonic distortion –30 dBc
Test Port Input
Match without system error correction >25 dB
Damage level +26 dBm
Damage DC voltage 35 V
External/Internal Reference Signal I/O
Frequency 10 MHz
Operating environment
Temperature +5 to +40°C
Dimensions (WxHxD) 426 x 222 x 270 mm
Weight 10.6 kg
Power supply 100 to 240 VAC / 47 to 63 Hz
Measurement capabilities
Number of measurement channels Up to 16 independent measurement channels. A measurement channel is coupled to stimulus response settings including frequency range and number of points.
Number of windows Each measurement channel has a display window.
Number of traces Up to 16 display windows (channels) can be displayed.
16 data traces and 16 memory traces per channel
Measurement parameters S11, S21, S12, S22
Measurement parameter conversion Available to convert S-parameters into reflection impedance, transmission
Data formats impedance, reflection admittance, transmission admittance, and 1/S. Log magnitude, linear magnitude, phase, expanded phase, group delay, SWR, real, imaginary, Smith chart, polar.
Data markers 10 independent markers per trace. Reference marker available for delta marker operation.
Smith chart format includes 5 marker formats: linear magnitude/phase, log magnitude/phase, real/imaginary, R + jX, and G + jB. Polar chart format includes 3 marker formats: linear magnitude/phase, log magnitude/phase, and real/imaginary.
Marker functions
Marker search Max value, Min value, peak, peak left, peak right, target, target left, target right, multi-peak, multi-target, bandwidth parameters with user-defined bandwidth values.
Marker-to functions Set start, stop, center to active marker stimulus value; set reference to active marker response value; set electrical delay to group delay at active marker.
Search range User definable.
Tracking Performs marker search continuously or on demand.
Time domain functions
Transformation Selectable transformation type from bandpass, lowpass impulse, lowpass step.
Selectable window from maximum, normal and minimum.
Gated functions Selectable gated filter type from bandpass, notch. Selectable gate shape from maximum, normal and wide.
Source control
Sweep type Linear sweep, segment sweep, log sweep and power sweep.
Segment sweep Define independent sweep segments. Set number of points, test port power levels, IF bandwidth, delay time independently for each segment.
Sweep trigger Set to continuous, hold, or single, sweep
Power Set source power from -45 dBm to 10 dBm. The power slope function compensates source power level error. with internal, external, manual trigger.
Trace functions
Display data Display current measurement data, memory data, or current measurement and memory data simultaneously.
Trace math Vector addition, subtraction, multiplication or division of measured complex values and memory data.
Title Add custom title to each channel window. Titles are printed on hard copies of displayed measurements.
Autoscale Automatically selects scale resolution and reference value to vertically center the trace.
Electrical delay Offset measured phase or group delay by a defined amount of electrical delay, in seconds.
Phase Offset Offset measured phase or group delay by a defined amount in degrees.
Statistics Calculates and displays mean, standard deviation and peak-to-peak deviation of the data trace.
Data accuracy enhancement
Measurement calibration significantly reduces measurement uncertainty due to errors caused by system directivity, source and load match, tracking and crosstalk. Full 2-port, calibration removes all the systematic errors for the related test ports to obtain the most accurate measurements.
Response calibration Simultaneous magnitude and phase correction of frequency response errors for either reflection or transmission measurements.
Response calibration and isolation Compensates for frequency response and crosstalk errors of transmission measurements, and frequency response and directivity errors of reflection measurements.
Enhanced response calibration Compensates for frequency response and source match errors.
One-port calibration Compensates for directivity, frequency response and source match errors.
Full 2-port calibration Compensates for directivity, source match, reflection tracking, load match, transmission tracking and crosstalk.
Crosstalk calibration can be omitted.
Interpolated error correction With any type of accuracy enhancement applied, interpolated mode recalculates the error coefficients when the test frequencies are changed. The number of points can be increased or decreased and the start/stop frequencies can be changed.
Reference port extension Redefine the measurement plane from the plane where the calibration was done.
Other capabilities
Internal hard disk drive Store and recall instrument states, calibration data, and trace data on internal hard drive.
Trace data can be saved in CSV (comma separated value) format.
Instrument states include all control settings, limit lines, segment sweep tables, and memory trace data.
USB Instrument states, calibration data, and trace data can be stored on an external USB drive.
Screen hardcopy Printouts of instrument data are directly produced on a printer. The analyzer provides USB and parallel interfaces.
Familiar graphical user interface The A333 analyzer employs a graphical user interface based on Windows. There are three ways to operate the instrument manually: you can use a hardkey interface, a touch screen interface (optional) or a mouse interface.
Limit lines Define the test limit lines that appear on the display for pass/fail testing. Defined limits may be any combination of horizontal/sloping lines and discrete data points.
Programming function
  COM/DCOM Automation
Remote Control
  LAN , GPIB ( optional )

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