Download FieldFox Application Note Series
Carry precision with you wherever you go
This series of application notes teaches you how to make precise RF and microwave measurements wherever you need to go using FieldFox handheld analyzers.
FieldFox enables you to make crucial RF and microwave measurements and can be configured as cable & antenna analyzers (CAT) + vector network analyzers (VNA), spectrum analyzers and all-in-one combination analyzers.
|Application Note Title||Description|
|NEW: Techniques for Advanced Cable Testing||Covers advanced measurement techniques and examples for measuring and troubleshooting transmission lines installed in a system.|
|Techniques for Precision Validation of Radar System Performance in the Field||Overview of field testing radar systems and Line Replaceable Units (LRU) using high-performance FieldFox combination analyzers.|
|Correlating Microwave Measurements between Handheld and Benchtop Analyzers||Discusses the powerful capabilities of modern-day handheld analyzers and includes measurement comparisons between FieldFox and several benchtop instruments.|
|Techniques for Precise Power Measurements in the Field||Includes techniques for measuring average and peak power and the associated options available for field testing.|
|Techniques for Time Domain Measurements||Introduces time domain and DTF measurement techniques for identifying the location and relative amplitudes of discontinuities while operating in the field.|
|Techniques for Precise Cable and Antenna Measurements in the Field||Introduces measurement and calibration techniques for cable and antenna testing using FieldFox.|
|Techniques for Precise Measurement Calibrations in the Field||Discusses recent advances in VNA calibration and compares measurements made with FieldFox using different calibration types for a variety of RF and microwave devices.|
|Techniques for Precise Interference Measurements in the Field||Covers the different types of interference in current and new systems and methods to measure a variety of interference types using spectrum analyzers such as FieldFox.|
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