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Millimeter-Wave Spectrum Analysis

 

 


Millimeter-Wave Spectrum Analysis

Millimeter-wave spectrum analysis using frequency extension harmonic mixers

By using harmonic mixer technology the frequency range of your microwave spectrum analyzer or signal analyzer can be extended into the millimeter-wave (mm-wave) band up to 0.325 Terahertz (THz). This allows you to perform accurate spectrum analysis of millimeter-wave circuits and devices.

OML provides harmonic mixers that connect externally to the Agilent PSA spectrum or PXA signal analyzers. Using an external module means that the connections are closer to the device-under-test (DUT) giving improved dynamic range. It can be interfaced to the DUT via over-the-air, on-wafer, or via waveguide connections. The waveguide interface is compatible with MILDTL- 3922/54 and MIL-DTL-3922/67D. Once connected, the OML harmonic mixers effectively multiply the PSA or PXA microwave capabilities to the mm-wave spectrum. The familiar front panel operations are the same, except the readouts are in the mm-wave instead of microwave spectrum.

OML’s external harmonic mixers when combined with an Agilent PSA spectrum analyzer or PXA signal analyzer allow you to extend the frequency range of your instruments to perform accurate measurements on your millimeter-wave band circuits and devices.

  • Perform millimeter-wave spectrum analysis
  • Harmonic mixers for frequency extension of your spectrum analyzer
  • Extend the frequency range of your Agilent PSA and PXA
  • External harmonic mixer simplifies setup and optimizes performance
  • Over-the-air, on-wafer, or waveguide connections to your DUT
  • Waveguide interface compatible with MIL-DTL-3922/54 and MIL-DTL-3922/67D
  • Verify mm-wave transmitter characteristics

Request more information and Agilent’s partner, OML, Inc., will contact you to discuss your requirements in more detail.

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Millimeter-Wave Spectrum Analysis 
Co-branded Solutions Partner brochure with OML, Inc. on millimeter-wave spectrum analysis.

브로셔 2013-08-21

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