SN5090-8 8-Port 9 GHz Analyzer
SN5090-8 Multiport VNA is a competitively priced, versatile multiport solution with excellent dynamic range and measurement speed. There are additional models available in 6-, 10-, 12-, 14-, and 16-port configurations.
SN5090 VNAs are an organic extension of the Compact VNA family, enabling the full complexity of VNA measurements, a streamlined calibration process, and reduced test times. The SN5090 hardware can fit a 19” rack and utilizes robust, durable port connectors with ergonomic positioning for simplified cable connection. SN5090 features CMT’s next-generation software that delivers an intuitive and contemporary user interface compatible with both Linux and Windows OS.
VNAs 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.
Pricing is preliminary and is subject to change.
SN5090 Multiport VNAs are a versatile multiport solution that enables dependable and accurate testing of various DUTs: multiport antennas, integrated circuits, switches, interconnects, cable assemblies, diplexers, etc.
Relevant applications include telecommunications, automotive, satellite, aerospace, defense, and many other industries that require multiple input/output components.
View our Applications page to see how CMT VNAs are already extending the reach of engineers in many industries and applications.
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The SN5090 Multiport VNAs come with all the software features engineers have come to expect, at no additional cost. Standard software features include:
- Linear/logarithmic sweeps with multiple trace formats
- Power sweeps
- Time domain and gating conversion
- Frequency offset mode
- Fixture simulation (embedding/de-embedding)
- Markers with marker search tools and marker math, various conversion algorithms, and limit tests for pass/fail criteria, etc.
- Test Automation programming