Originally Broadcast: Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Duration: 1 Hour
Measuring transmission parameters with a traditional vector network analyzer (VNA) over distance requires long test port cables, which increases signal loss and reduces measurement stability. This creates the need to use very expensive, high-end VNAs to be able to overcome these issues, and it also increases cost-of-test and limits where and how measurements can be taken. This webinar will discuss a new, more portable solution that can meet the frequency and measurement requirements of these long S-parameter transmission applications.
Who should attend:
Engineers, test engineers, and manufacturers who are conducting outdoor antenna range testing, OTA chamber installations, large vehicle (aircraft, ship) electromagnetic characterization (shielding, RF propagation), and long distance cable insertion loss measurements.
During this webinar, you will learn about new techniques for:
- Making vector transmission measurements over distances up to 100 meters
- Enabling testing closer to the DUT to improve dynamic range and measurement stability
Stan Oda, Product Manager, ShockLine Vector Network Analyzers
Stan Oda is the Product Manager for ShockLine™ family of Vector Network Analyzers at Anritsu Company. He has held various roles from Applications Engineer to Business Development Specialist during his over 30 years in the Test and Measurement industry. Stan earned his BSEE degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.