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Can I use a USB memory to update the firmware for the ENA?
It depends on the model.

FAQ 2012-12-28

Why do I want to mirror the spectrum?
Mirror Spectrum reverses the spectrum of the waveform when it is downloaded. This is useful for systems with external upconversion and downconversion where the signal spectrum is mirrored by the conversion process.

FAQ 2012-12-28

What system configurations support ALC Hold?
Systems using the Internal Arb, Systems configured with the PSG and Option 016 and systems composed of the synthetic upconverter, N8212A...

FAQ 2012-12-28

What is the internal Arb trigger delay jitter?
The internal Arb trigger delay is generated using a free running oscillator.

FAQ 2012-12-28

What happens when I turn the N6030A arbitrary waveform generator off?
You will probably need to reboot PC if you are using an MXI to PXI interface. All signal data is lost.

FAQ 2012-12-28

How do I switch between trigger modes?
Any change between None, Continuous, or Single trigger mode requires only a "play" to update the Arb. Any change to or from the pulse trigger mode requires a "download and play". You must create a different waveform and sequence data for the pulse trigger mode.

FAQ 2012-12-28

How can I get 1 GHz modulation bandwidth below 3.2 GHz?
There is a special option that down converts the wideband signal. It is: E8267D Option H1S PSG with 1 GHz out for use by the Z5623AK92 down converter, 500 MHz – 3.2 GHz.

FAQ 2012-12-28

What are the details related to using the N6030xA/M933xA and N824xA arbitrary waveform generator predistortion?
The built-in predistortion scales the data to guarantee that you never get a DAC over-range condition. Typically, it gives up 2-3 dB of range. This is important because less power out of the N6030A means less leveled output power from the PSG with...

FAQ 2012-12-28

How many coefficients should I use for custom FM?
The number of coefficients to use depends on the type of custom FM signal desired. Signal Studio for Pulse Building includes examples where 19 coefficients were used. The software allows as many coefficients as desired. The more coefficients used,...

FAQ 2012-12-28

Why should I use Amplitude Offset?
Use the Amplitude Offset feature to account for any external gain or loss that is greater than 10 dB.

FAQ 2012-12-28

What is the performance difference between the N8212A module with Option 016 and the N8241A arbitrary waveform generator synthetic instrument module?
The N8212A with Option 016 is based on the E8267D PSG signal generator with Option 016; the N8241A is based on the N6030A arbitrary waveform generator.

FAQ 2012-12-28

Is the channel correction a new feature?
No, it has been available on the MXG since 2009. However, the functionality in the X-Series signal generators has been significantly improved since the first-generation MXG implementation.

FAQ 2012-12-26

Is the performance of 0.4% EVM for 160 MHz 802.11ac best test result or average performance for N5182B MXG or N5172B EXG X-Series signal generators?
0.4% EVM is characteristic data of a small sample of N5182B MXG signal generators using the PXA and VSA 89601B.

FAQ 2012-12-26

Which USB power sensors are supported on the X-Series signal generators?
All Keysight U200xx USB power sensors are supported. in the future, ...

FAQ 2012-12-26

Are there any S1 S2 measurements with power sensors on the X-Series signal generators?
No, however, the “User” channel correction routine in X-Series vector signal generators measures DUT channel response in phase and amplitude with power sensor.

FAQ 2012-12-26

Is there SCPI code compatibility from the 8662A or 8663A to the X-Series signal generators?
Yes

FAQ 2012-12-26

Is it possible to programmatically receive the displayed low/high stimulus values when using the "CALC1:MARK:BWID:DATA?" bandwidth query results?
When manually configuring the ENA network analyzer via the Marker – Marker Search – Bandwidth ON, the manual process results in low and high stimulus values as displayed on the analyzer’s front panel.

FAQ 2012-12-20

Is it possible on the Keysight ENA series Network Analyzers to over-ride the output source blanking at every sweep end?
Yes, the output source blanking on sweep retrace can be prevented by turning off the Initial Source Port Control function.

FAQ 2012-12-18

What is embedded software versus Signal Studio software?
View table with descriptions

FAQ 2012-12-14

Do I need to perform a periodic front panel instrument alignment on my N9039A RF Preselector?
No, but there is a system alignment that needs to be periodically run. See FAQ content for details...

FAQ 2012-12-11

What is the difference between the ENA 6 series opt.100 (fault location) and the ENA opt.010 (time domain)?
Both options are aim to do time domain conversion. The ENA 6 series opt.100 focuses on to analyze the cable characteristics...

FAQ 2012-12-11

What features are different between the ENA 7 series and the ENA 6 series?
Followings are the difference between the ENA 7 series and the ENA 6 series.

FAQ 2012-12-11

On the ENA 6 series, can I use Supr Avoid ON/OFF function like the 871x?
No. It is always ON.

FAQ 2012-12-11

On the ENA 6 series, can I use swept sweep mode?
No. The ENA 6 series always sweeps in step.

FAQ 2012-12-11

How often does the system user alignment for the PSA EMI Measurement Receiver need to be run?
30 days or 3° C temperature change. See contents for details...

FAQ 2012-12-11

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