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E5061B ENA Series Network Analyzer

Product Status: Currently Orderable | Currently Supported

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Current Firmware/Software

Version: B.04.86
Release Date: 2017-03-01

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I am using an electronic load to draw current into my DUT, but when I draw current the voltage drops. Why is this happening?
A voltage drop will appear across this impedance as current flows through it in accordance with Ohm’s Law. Click on the question for additional information.

FAQ 2017-02-28

Is it possible to develop specific macros for E5061B to support TRL cal or the unknown thru method under a 9-term calibration method?
Yes, it is possible to perform a user developed 8-term calibration, like TRL, using an external program for the E5061B. Click on the question for additional information.

FAQ 2017-02-28

What is enhanced overload detection and power trip function?
Since the autumn in 2015, the E5061B Option-115/117/135/137/215/217/235/237 ships with enhanced overload detection and power trip function. The E5061B Option-3L5 does not have this function.

FAQ 2016-01-28

How do I upgrade my E5061B ENA Series Network Analyzer?
Information for hardware and software options upgrade

FAQ 2016-01-27

How does the Microsoft end of support for Windows XP affect my ENA?
As of April 8, 2014 Microsoft has ceased supporting the Windows XP operating system. This document will help you answer some important questions.

FAQ 2015-07-27

How can I make 75 Ω measurements using the ENA?
You can make 75 Ω measurements with the ENA by shifting system characteristic impedance to 75 Ω.

FAQ 2015-03-09

When automating markers on the ENA is it possible to programmatically query the indicated inductance or capacitance on a Smith Chart?
The inductance / capacitance information cannot be directly queried via the automation interfaces. The inductance (positive reactance, top half of the Smith Chart) or capacitance (negative reactance, lower half of the Smith Chart) is not available as an automation query.

FAQ 2014-08-11

What is the CPU / Storage / Windows OS history?
The history of CPU type/memory size, storage type/size, windows OS is listed in the table.

FAQ 2014-04-28

Replacing the 8508A vector voltmeter with the E5061B network analyzer
Measuring the phase difference of an external CW signals is a typical measurement application of the 8508A vector voltmeter.

FAQ 2013-10-14

Does the ENA 6 series have the swept sweep mode in the frequency sweep?
No. The E5061A/62A and E5061B have only stepped sweep mode in the frequency sweep.

FAQ 2013-04-25

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

FAQ 2012-12-28

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

Is it possible to disable or enable the Automatic Logon for Windows on the ENA?
Yes. To disable or enable the Automatic logon for Windows in a Non-Domain System, perform the following:

FAQ 2012-12-18

What is the difference between an "ECal Confidence Check" and a Network Analyzer "System Verification" test?
The ECal Confidence Check is a method to check the accuracy of a calibration performed with either a mechanical cal kit or an ECal module. System verification testing provides network analyzer users a method to verify that the network analyzer is ...

FAQ 2012-12-18

Can I install extra applications on the ENA?
It depends on the model...

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 are the CPU clock speed and the memory size of the ENA?
Refer to following data. (as of July 2012)

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

When should I perform system recovery?
When you encounter the following problems, it's necessary to perform system recovery...

FAQ 2012-12-11

How can I check for the computer viruses on the ENA?
It depends on the model...

FAQ 2012-12-11

What mechanical calibration kits and ECal (electronic calibration) kits does the ENA support?
Please refer to following documents...

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 swept sweep mode?
No. The ENA 6 series always sweeps in step.

FAQ 2012-12-11

Are mixed mode S-parameter measurements possible on the 2-port ENA?
Yes. The equation editor function allows for the real-time calculation of mixed mode S-parameters on the 2-port ENA.

FAQ 2012-12-10

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