R&S®ZNBT Vector Network Analyzers - Media Center

video description True multiport measurements up to 20 GHz with the R&S®ZNBT20

The R&S®ZNBT is a true multiport vector network analyzer from Rohde & Schwarz. It can be used for testing complex multiport devices or multiple devices under test in parallel. In this video we show both measurements using the R&S®ZNBT20 with a frequency range from 100 kHz to 20 GHz and a true multiport architecture up to 16 ports. A speed comparison between the regular and parallel mode demonstrates the significant speed improvement of parallel testing.

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Parallel testing of multiple devices

Supporting up to 24 ports, the true multiport analyzer R&S®ZNBT is advantageous for characterizing devices with many ports, or several devices with fewer ports in parallel. This video demonstrates testing multiple devices in parallel using a true multiport analyzer and shows the advantages compared to a switched matrix solution, including a significant reduction in measurement time. The R&S®ZNBT is easy and quick to configure for parallel testing.

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Simplified eye diagram analysis with option R&S®ZNB-K20

The R&S®ZNB and R&S®ZNBT vector network analyzers from Rohde & Schwarz now support eye diagrams. Eye diagrams are used to determine the quality of a signal transmitting device. The video introduces the R&S®ZNB-K20 option which is fully integrated in the network analyzer firmware to allow easy access and operation. Simultaneous display of frequency domain, time domain and eye diagram analysis makes this solution ideal, for example, for compliance testing of digital interconnect technologies such as USB-C, Ethernet and PCIe.

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How to set up eye diagram measurements with option R&S®ZNB-K20

The R&S®ZNB-K20 option enables to display eye diagrams on the R&S®ZNB and R&S®ZNBT vector network analyzers from Rohde & Schwarz. The video shows how to set up eye diagram measurements, how to perform mask tests with real life effects such as jitter and noise, and how to apply emphasis and equalization to improve the eye opening. The multiview display to analyze time domain, frequency domain and eye diagram in parallel and measurement data export for further analysis on an external computer are also addressed.

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