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Millimeter-Wave S-Parameter Measurements



Millimeter-Wave S-Parameter Measurements

Make millimeter-wave S-parameter measurements with frequency extension modules for your vector network analyzer

By extending the frequency range of your microwave vector network analyzer (VNA) you can make S-parameter measurements on millimeter-wave (mm-wave) circuits and devices up to 0.5 Terahertz (THz).

OML provides frequency extension technology that connects as external modules to the Agilent PNA or PNA-X. Using external modules means that the connections are closer to the device-under-test (DUT) giving improved dynamic range. The modules can be interfaced to the DUT via over-the-air, on-wafer, or waveguide connections. The waveguide interface is compatible with MIL-DTL-3922/67D (UG 387/U-M). For active device testing, an optional 25 dB manual adjustable attenuator is available and for antenna applications, optional 15 dB amplification can be used to overcome long cable runs in RF & LO paths.

OML’s external frequency extension modules when combined with an Agilent vector network analyzer allow you to extend the frequency range of your instruments to perform accurate and repeatable S-parameter measurements on your millimeter-wave band circuits and devices.

  • Perform millimeter wave S-parameter measurements
  • Millimeter wave extension modules for your vector network analyzer
  • Extend the frequency range of your Agilent PNA and PNA-X
  • External VNA modules simplifies setup and optimizes performance
  • Over-the-air, on-wafer, or waveguide connections to your DUT
  • Waveguide interface compatible with MIL-DTL-3922/67D (UG 387/U-M)
  • Accurate and repeatable S-parameter measurements on your mm-wave devices

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

Documents & Downloads

Millimeter-Wave S-Parameter Measurements 
Co-branded Solutions Partner brochure with OML, Inc. on millimeter-wave s-parameter measurements.

Brochure 2012-02-24

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