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Agilent: Help for testing wideband transmitters

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Bhola_#1   10/30/2010 4:57:45 AM
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Thanks Timbo. I am using isolators up front and little pad. these are doing the trick.

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timbo_test   10/9/2010 6:41:12 PM
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Hi Bhola_#1, You should be able to find good broadband diode detectors quite easily, but you might need to pad them to minimize any frequency response due to VSWR and reflections. If you can't cope with the loss, or you need the ultimate in dynamic range then you will probably have to stick with swept measurements using heterodyne measurement receivers - as used in conventional vector network analyzers and DSP based microwave spectrum analyzers.

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Bhola_#1   9/28/2010 12:09:15 AM
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Wondering how to compensate for narrow band diode detectors for my O-scope calculations over wider bandwidth.

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