Planar 814/1 8 GHz Analyzer, Direct Receiver Access
The Planar 814/1 is an 8 GHz, full-size analyzer providing lab grade performance in a 19-inch chassis, including both 2-port configuration and direct receiver access. All devices are ATE compatible, rack mountable, and easy to program and share between multiple users. This full-size analyzer is designed for operation with any Windows PC or laptop. The free, lightweight VNA application connects to the 814 with a standard USB cable, creating a future-proof solution that significantly enhances ease of use compared with conventional instruments.
This full-size vector network analyzer with dimensions of 12.8 x 16.3 x 3.8 (324 x 415 x 96 mm) and a weight of just 15.4 lbs (7 kg), can be used in the laboratory and in production testing, without requiring a lot of space. The VNA can be integrated into production test system via Manufacturing Test plug-in.
VNAs and ACMs are delivered with factory calibration certificates containing no data. The add-on option for ISO17025/Z540-1 Accredited, Traceable Calibration Certificate and Uncertainties is available and needs to be specified at time of order.
- - Frequency range: 100 kHz to 8 GHz
- - Measured parameters: S11, S21, S12, S22
- - Sweep types: Linear frequency, log frequency, segment, power sweep
- - Dynamic range: 135 dB
- - Measurement speed: 100 µs
- - Impedance: 50 Ohm
Applications of the Planar 814/1 include RF component design and testing, on-wafer probing, field testing, insertion loss measurement, distance to fault measurement, antenna matching, quality control, material measurements, and many others.
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The 814/1 provides a wide variety of analysis capabilities, including time-domain with gating and frequency offset modes, at no additional cost. Collection of metrology-grade S-parameter test results can be achieved manually or through automation in Python, MATLAB, Excel, C++, VB.NET, or LabVIEW.
Getting started with CMT VNAs
What Makes a Good VNA?
Everyone knows that a good VNA should have both excellent hardware performance and an easy to use software interface with useful post-processing capabilities. There are numerous VNAs in the market with different performance levels; some of them are economy grade, and others are truly laboratory test grade. What separates the two?