Choose the Leader in Network Analysis

When characterizing active devices, the right mix of speed and performance gives you an edge. In research and development (R&D), the PNA vector network analyzer (VNA) family provides a level of measurement integrity that helps you transform deeper understanding into better designs. On the production line, our PNA network analyzers deliver the throughput and repeatability you need to transform great designs into competitive products.

Every Keysight VNA provides you with expertise in linear and nonlinear device characterization. Choose a PNA network analyzer – and reach for unrivaled excellence in your measurements and designs.

Characterize Broadband Millimeter-Wave Devices

Assembling your millimeter-wave network analyzer is challenging and time-consuming. Moreover, there are no guaranteed specifications for stability or accuracy. The better alternative is a preconfigured solution that includes a two- or four-port network analyzer with the necessary millimeter-wave cabling, frequency extenders, and test-set controller.

With our N5290/91A solutions, you build from either a PNA or PNA-X network analyzer. The result is a broadband millimeter-wave solution that enhances device characterization and modeling for on-wafer and connectorized measurements.

Optimize On-wafer Measurements

Highly integrated devices require more measurements with fewer connections. Working with fewer connections is particularly challenging when full device characterization requires multiple instruments. Significantly reduce your wafer test times with a flexible single-connection, multiple measurement (SCCM) network analyzer.

Extend Your Capabilities With The Right Tools

Technology is constantly changing. So too are the requirements engineers face. Get more functionality out of your existing hardware today by complementing it with the right accessories to improve productivity and the right Keysight PathWave design and test automation software to accelerate your product development.

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