4GHz 2-port Vector Network Analyzer
- 2-port VNA
- Frequency range 400MHz to 4GHz
- Measuring power -30 to +5dBm
- Data up to 20000 points
- Port calibrated
- Parametric sweeps
The VNA-0440 is full bi-directional 2-port Vector Network Analyzer. It is controlled from a PC through a USB connector because of simple controll.
VNA-0440 is ideal for measuring all kinds of micro circuits like antennas, attenuators, amplifiers etc. Its frequency range includes almost all popular telecom bands like GSM-GPRS-LTE, Wifi, DECT, GPS, ISM, Zigbee, Bluetooth and others.
VNA-0440 has small size and it is lighweight. Thus using it near antenna or inside larger device or installation is simple. It’s also ideal for on-site measurements.
Included in the product are
- PC-software, for controlling, saving data and set-ups, analysis, reporting, etc.
- Power supply and USB Cable
- Durable carrying case
Moreover VNA-0440 can be used for automated production testing with VNA Application Programming Interface.
VNA Sandbox is learning tool for all Megiq VNAs. Above all it also great calibration tool.
- Get started with VNA measurements
- Includes in-depth tutorial
- Dual UFL OSLT Calibration Kit
- 8 x 1-port circuit
- 8 x 2-port circuit
- 1 x 3-port circuit
- 3 active circuits
- 2 antennas
- Use with any VNA
- Use up to 6GHz
- Includes UFL adapters and cables
- Includes UFL sockets for your measurements
With VNA Sandbox beginners will get familiar with VNA measurements and also their meaning on the screen.
You will start with a calibration of the measurement with the on-board UFL calibration kit. Then you are ready to measure the different impedances and networks. Also tutorial is included that will explain how to measure. It describe also what you see on the screen and why some of the measurements may look different from what the theory tells us.
There are 1-port networks, 2-port attenuators, filters and an active amplifier component. Two antennas give you the opportunity to try the point-and-match function of the our VNA products, and measure the coupling between them.
Please check also for other Vector Network Analyzers here.