Network Analyzer Measurements: Filter and Amplifier Examples

Application Notes

Both the magnitude and phase behavior of a component are critical to the performance of a communications system. A vector network analyzer can provide electrical response information on a wide range of your devices — from active devices such as amplifiers and transistors to passive devices such as capacitors and filters. And, with the addition of time-domain capability, a network analyzer can also gate out unwanted responses during measurements, leaving only the desired measurement trace. This application note illustrates swept-frequency measurements on an RF filter and swept-power measurements on a communications-band amplifier.


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