For example: Agilent E4440A or Anritsu 68369
40 MHz to 13.5 GHz Active Vector Network Analyzer


Manufactured by: Anritsu

Category:Network Analyzers

Anritsu 37325A - Network Analyzers

Anritsu 37325A Overview


  • LOG/LIN/Phase magnitude
  • Smith charts
  • 6 independent markers
  • Marker sweep
  • Color, 7.5" diag, VGA display
  • Trace overlay
  • Trace memory
  • Autoscale
  • Dual source control
  • LabVIEW compatible
The Wiltron 37325A network analyzer is an instrument which measures the complex transmission and reflection characteristics of two-port devices in the frequency domain. It does this by sampling the incident signal, separating the transmitted and reflected waves, and then performing ratios that are directly related to the reflection and transmission coefficients of the two-port. Frequency is swept to rapidly obtain amplitude and phase information over a band of frequencies of interest.

Wiltron 37325A network analyzers utilize synthesized-frequency sources to provide a known test stimulus that can sweep across a range of frequencies or power levels. Wiltron 37325A network analyzers also can perform ratioed measurements (including phase), which require multiple receivers. The Wiltron 37325A can provide a wealth of knowledge about a device under test (DUT), including its magnitude, phase, and group-delay response.

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