H7215A/B-245 ENA Series Network Analyzer Operation
Audience: RF & Microwave and Signal Integrity Engineers and Technicians who need to operate an ENA.
Agilent Technologies provides a one-day user's course on the operation of the ENA series of network analyzers. To lay a foundation, the course begins with transmission line and S-parameter theory. Next is instruction on how to operate the ENA's Windows® 2000 interface along with its front panel and optional touch screen for trace and channel set-up. Additional topics are the ENA's internal architecture, calibration techniques, and Fixture Simulator software functions. These functions include balanced-to-unbalanced conversion, network de-embedding, impedance conversion, and matching.
What you will Learn
- Operate the ENA using the Windows® 2000 interface
- Use the front panel and touch screen
- See how the internal architecture applies to the ENA's operation
- Make balanced and multiport measurements
- Use the Fixture Simulator
- Calibrate the ENA
- An understanding of RF Fundamentals
- Product Operation Fundamentals
- Internal Architecture
- Fixture Simulator
- For complete course details, click on the Education Datasheet below
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