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Pasternack's VNA kit boast most complete calibration

24 Dec 2012

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RF, microwave and fibre optic specialist Pasternack Enterprises Inc. has recently introduced their latest line of vector network analyser calibration kits.

The company's latest vector network analyser (VNA) calibration kits provide the RF components needed to enable stable and accurate error corrected measurements of devices under test (DUT) using a VNA from DC to 26.5GHz in one convenient kit. Calibration of a DUT using the kit allows for a precise measurement needed to meet IEEE 287 standards.

Pasternack's VNA calibration kits offer broad VNA coverage for the most popular models including Agilent, Anritsu, Rohde & Schwarz and other VNAs. The Pasternack VNA calibration kits yield the most complete calibration, as it accounts for the three major sources of systematic error correction by one-port calibration at both ports.

VNA calibration kits from Pasternack contain both male/plug and female/jack connector interfaces to perform full two port error corrections. Pasternack's 3.5mm / SMA VNA and Type N VNA calibration kits are designed for equipment that utilises the open-short-load (OSL) calibration method. The network analyser calibration kit from Pasternack is packaged in a durable, protective wood box and includes a preset torque wrench for Type N or 3.5mm and SMA connectors. Complimentary in-series phase matched adapters, armored test cable kits and 3-port field calibration (OSL) devices are available individually.

More information regarding Pasternack's VNA kits are available at http://www.pasternack.com




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