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  • T&M solutions for software defined radios (SDR)

    This document provides an introduction to SDR as used for military radios and presents the relevant T&M solutions offered by Rohde & Schwarz.

  • Using R&S instruments with Agilent ADS Software

    This Application Note presents means to integrate R&S Test and Measurement instruments into the Agilent® ADS® Design System. Methods to include R&S Instruments are presented, accompanied by a free-of-charge software solution which is provided with this application note. It makes it very easy to include R&S Instruments into your ADS environment and your design flow. Versions for both WINDOWS XP® and LINUX® operating systems are available.

  • Filter Design and Optimization Using the R&S®ZVA/ZVB/ZVT Integrated with AWR® EDA Software

    This application note describes how to integrate R&S®ZVA/ZVB/ZVT vector network analyzers with AWR's electronic design automation (EDA) software. Measured data can be exported using the AWR® TestWave™ tool via GPIB/LAN and verified with simulated data. Basic filter design is simplified with the AWR® iFilter™ filter synthesis wizard, an optimization tool that can be introduced to correlate measured data with simulated data.

  • R&S®ZVA-K9 Measure group delay without LO access

    The R&S®ZVA vector network analyzer with the R&S®ZVA-K9 option enables absolute group delay measurements on devices with embedded LO without the need for a calibration mixer

  • OTA characterization of passive array antennas for fast testing

    Over-the-air (OTA) beamforming testing

  • Impedance measurements for power delivery networks

    Impedance measurements with vector network analyzers require maximum precision. The R&S®ZNL is able to characterize a broad range of impedances with the lowest uncertainty among its competitors in the same class.

  • Transfer of Trace Data from R&S Network Analyzer ZVx to Microsoft Excel

    This application note describes how to directly transfer S-Parameter Trace Data from R&S Network Analyzers to Microsoft Excel using a direct connection like GPIB or LAN. Prerequisites are a PC running Microsoft Excel, a R&S Network analyzer like ZVA, ZVB or ZVT as well as a working remote control connection between PC and instrument like GPIB or LAN / Ethernet.

  • Conversion Gain Measurements on Mixers with Different Input and Output Impedances

    This Application Note describes how to configure and calibrate R&S ZVR network analyzers for conversion gain measurements of devices with two ports that have different impedances. Thus accurate measurements on frequency-converting devices such as low noise converters of sattellite receivers are possible.

  • Internal Data Transfer between Windows 3.1 / Excel and Vector Network Analyzer ZVR

    This Application Note describes the internal transfer of ZVR measurement data in Excel, carried out on the PC option of the ZVR, and the evaluation of the data in Excel tables. To start the data transfers, macros are implemented under Excel.

  • T-Check Accuracy Test for Vector Network Analyzers utilizing a Tee-junction

    The measurement accuracy of vector network analyzers can be tested simply, easily and quickly, with a simple DUT which consists of a common tee-junction with one port, terminated with a resistive load Z, and the T-Check program. The four S-parameters from ports 1 and 2 are measured with the vector network analyzer to be checked and then evaluated by means of the T-Check software.

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