Extend the Capabilities of Your Network Analyzer

Modern device characterization requires more than just S-parameters. Network analyzer software takes the difficulty out of advanced measurements by guiding you through the setup and automatically analyzing the results.

Keysight's network analyzer software applications bring you faster insights and turn your network analyzer into a complete RF test solution.

PathWave Software Trials for the E5080B ENA Vector Network Analyzer

Gain deeper insights with software applications that guide you through advanced measurements

S96010B Time Domain Analysis

Fully error-corrected time domain reflectometry helps you visualize responses in your device under test and test high-speed digital components.

S96090B Spectrum Analysis

With both network and spectrum measurements on a single connection, you can quickly search for spurs and investigate their effects on the frequency response.

S96086B Gain Compression Measurements

Reduce cumbersome test iterations with the SMART Sweep method, which automatically finds the desired compression point.

S96029B Noise Figure with Vector Correction

Measure vector-corrected noise figure and noise power with more accuracy than the Y-factor or other cold-source methods provide.

PathWave Software Trials for the P50xxA USB Vector Network Analyzer Series

Gain deeper insights with software applications that guide you through advanced measurements

S97010A Time Domain Analysis

Fully error-corrected time domain reflectometry helps you visualize responses in your device under test and test high-speed digital components.

S97090A Spectrum Analysis

With both network and spectrum measurements on a single connection, you can quickly search for spurs and investigate their effects on the frequency response.

S97086A Gain Compression Measurements

Reduce cumbersome test iterations with the SMART Sweep method, which automatically finds the desired compression point.

S97029A Noise Figure with Vector Correction

Measure vector-corrected noise figure and noise power with more accuracy than the Y-factor or other cold-source methods provide.

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