USB RF Power Meters Extend Range To 26.5 GHz

Oct. 8, 2008
The company's portfolio of USB RF power meters now includes the ST265 with a frequency range up to 26.5 GHz. All measurement data and settings travel via a USB interface to and from a PC or laptop. The power meter contains a CPU, which controls the

The company's portfolio of USB RF power meters now includes the ST265 with a frequency range up to 26.5 GHz. All measurement data and settings travel via a USB interface to and from a PC or laptop. The power meter contains a CPU, which controls the sensor, processes the measurement results, and operates the USB interface. Measuring 34 mm x 43 mm x 125 mm and weighing 83g, it relies on a K-type RF connector that promises repeatedly low reflection coefficients up to 26.5 GHz. The ST265 includes a software toolkit that allows the operation of multiple power meters simultaneously. Drivers are available for Agilent's VEE and National Instruments' LabVIEW software suites. SATORI TECHNOLOGY LTD., Biggar, Scotland. +44 (0) 189 922 9258.

Company: SATORI TECHNOLOGY LTD.

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