Broadband Vector Network Analyzer

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KANAGAWA, Japan, March 12, 2020 — Broadband Vector Network AnalyzerThe VectorStar ME7838G broadband vector network analyzer (VNA) from Anritsu Co. makes measurements from 70 kHz to 220 GHz in a single sweep.

The VectorStar VNA allows engineers to more accurately and efficiently characterize devices over a broad range of frequencies to provide accurate device models, thus optimizing the chance for accurate simulations and the reduction of design turns. The device incorporates non-linear transmission line millimeter-wave (mmWave) modules. The 220-GHz probe connects directly to the mmWave module for accurate, stable on-wafer measurements, thereby avoiding the limits of coaxial connectors at sub-terahertz frequencies.

Engineers can measure a wide range of circuits on the same wafer without transferring from a coax microwave VNA to a coax mmWave VNA or a waveguide mmWave VNA. The system reduces measurement time of the entire wafer, improves measurement accuracy of wideband devices by eliminating the need for waveguide concatenation, and delivers wafer probe station cost efficiencies by reducing the number of VNA reconfigurations.

Published: March 2020
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