TR5048 2-Port 4.8 GHz Analyzer
The TR5048 is a 2-port, 1 path Vector Network Analyzer delivering lab grade performance in a compact package, with all the features engineers have come to expect included standard in our software.
This portable 1.3 kg/46 oz. vector network analyzer can be battery powered and used in the field, in the laboratory, and in production testing. The VNA can be integrated into a production test system via Manufacturing Test plug-in.
TR5048 VNA includes an RF measurement module and TR software application which runs on a Windows PC, laptop, or tablet, connecting to the measurement hardware via USB interface. TR software can be installed on multiple computers, making it easy to share the use of the analyzer measurement module.
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: 20 kHz to 4.8 GHz
- - Measured parameters: S11, S21
- - Sweep types: Linear frequency, log frequency, segment, power sweep
- - Dynamic range: 120 dB
- - Measurement speed: 250 µs
- - Impedance: 50 Ohm
Applications of the TR5048 include RF component design and testing, on-wafer probing, field testing, insertion loss measurement, distance to fault measurements, antenna matching, quality control, material measurements, and many others.
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Our Compact VNA comes with all the features engineers have come to expect included standard in our software: linear/logarithmic sweeps with multiple trace formats, power sweeps, time domain and gating conversion, frequency offset mode, fixture simulation (embedding/de-embedding), 16 independent channels with up to 16 traces each, markers with marker search tools and marker math, various conversion algorithms, and limit tests for pass/fail criteria, etc. Test Automation programming in LabView, Python, MATLAB, .NET, etc.
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?