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Which currently available power meters are compatible with the 8753E network analyzer?
In order to work with the 8753E network analyzer, your power meter must emulate either the 436A, 437B, 438A E4418A or the E4419A power meter. Agilent is no longer selling those power meters. However, the E4418B (formerly named the EPM-441A) and E4...

FAQ 2013-11-17

Why can’t the U2000 Series USB Power Sensors accurately measure the average power of some pulse modulated signals?
The U2000 Series USB power sensors cannot measure pulse modulated signals where the duty cycle is small or the pulse period is very long....

FAQ 2012-02-02

Does Agilent offers any virtual panel software for V3500A handheld power meter?
Yes

FAQ 2011-03-31

What parameters do I use to setup the time gate to make gated measurements?
Gate Start: a minimum of 140 us after the pulse start, Gate End: a minimum of 40 us before the pulse end.

FAQ 2010-10-07

How can I use a computer to monitor when the power meter is done with a Secure Erase?
The “*OPC?” command can be used with a long IO timeout.

FAQ 2009-10-20

Can the power meter’s rear panel USB port save data files to a USB drive or USB thumb drive?
No.

FAQ 2009-08-06

Is there additional information available to assist me in configuring my Agilent EPM-E Series Power Meter to communicate with my computer via RS-23...
The information below is intended as a guide in configuring the Agilent EPM-E Series Power Meters to communicate via the RS-232 port. The details outline the use of the Agilent IO Libraries Version M as well as Agilent IO Libraries Suite 14 and a ...

FAQ 2006-08-10

Do changes in the test signal input power level affect the Agilent EPM-Series power meter's measurement speed?
Yes, the test signal input power level will affect both the power meter and sensor’s "settling times".

FAQ 2006-07-20