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U2000 and U8480 Series USB sensor measurement uncertainty calculator
Measurement Uncertainty Calculator for the U2000 series USB sensors (U2000A, U2001A, U2002A, U2004A, U2000B, U2000H, U2001B, U2001H, U2002H) and U8480 series USB sensors (U8481A, U8485A, U8487A, U8488A)

Application Note 2014-02-14

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Compatibility of USB Power Sensors with Agilent Instruments - Application Note
Applciation note on "Compatibility of USB Power Sensors with Agilent Instruments".

Application Note 2014-01-16

Measuring the Burst Time-Gated Power Signal of Wireless Technologies Using Agilent Power Sensors
Measuring pulse, burst, or modulated signals for wireless technologies such as TDMA, GSM, WLAN, WiMAX, and LTE is very important because it is part of functionality testing and power amplifier module verification during the manufacturing process.

Application Note 2013-07-08

Tips for Querying CW and Average Power Without Compromising Measurement Accuracy - Application Brief
This application brief demonstrates the capabilities Agilent power meters and power sensors have for measuring CW and average power signals.

Application Note 2013-07-02

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Things to Know to Achieve Optimum Power Measurement Speed and Accuracy - Application Brief
When you need to maximize power measurement speeds, knowing three key items can make a significant difference. These items include understanding your test signal, equipment, and which measurement tech

Application Note 2013-07-01

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Power Meter/Sensor (PMPS) Product SCPI Application Tool - Application Note
PMPS Product SCPI Application Tool is a powerful software consists of customer application use case, product features and detail programming SCPI commands. All this information was compiled as specific document for customer reference and product application educational tool. The application document will provide a basic measurement explanation, product’s test methodology and related SCPI commands (in sequence). This will greatly save the engineers’ time and resource in the development stage.

Application Note 2013-06-24

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Simple Scalar Network Analysis of Frequency Converter Devices - Application Note
This application note shows the way to make easy scalar network analysis or power measurement using the Agilent U2000 series USB power sensor with the ENA network analyzers.

Application Note 2013-01-28

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USB Power Sensors Single/Multi-Channel Power Measurement - Application Note
In many of today's power measurement applications there is a need to make multiple power measurements simultaneously. Added complexities occur when the measurements need to be obtained from places where access is inconvenient, or when the distance to the measurement location exceeds the IEEE industry-specified USB cable length of 5 meters (16 feet).

Application Note 2013-01-03

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Scalar Network Analysis with U2000 Series USB Power Sensors - Application Note
The purpose of this AN is to explain how to make accurate scalar network analysis using: a) U2000 series USB power sensors b) ESG/MXG/PSG signal generators c) broadband couplers d) power splitters

Application Note 2011-12-08

7 Practices to Prevent Damaging Power Meter Power Sensors - Application Note
Mishandling of power meter power sensor will caused the malfunction of these instrument. Practices to protect power meter power sensor from faulty is to prolong the life span of these instruments.

Application Note 2011-09-30

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Practices to Optimize Power Meter/Sensor Speed for Shorter Test Time - Application Note
This application note describes some useful tips on how to effectively minimize test times while obtaining power measurements.

Application Note 2011-07-14

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RF and Microwave Power Meters and Sensors for Radar Testing - Application Note
Choose the right RF and microwave power measurement product for every stage of the radar lifecycle, from R&D through refurbishment and repair.

Application Note 2010-09-17

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U2000 Series USB Power Sensor GSM Timeslot Burst Power Measurement - Application Note
The demo guide explains the simplest steps to measure burst, modulated and pulse signals using the cost effective U2000 Series USB power sensor.

Application Note 2009-10-06

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Fundamentals of RF and Microwave Power Measurements (AN 1449) - Application Note
Agilent's Fundamentals of RF and Microwave Power Measurements, application note (AN 1449-1/2/3/4).

Application Note 2009-06-05

MIMO Measurement Tips with Agilent P-Series Power Meters and U2000 Series USB Power Sensors
This application note provides an overview of MIMO, and shows the steps of performing an accurate and repeatable MIMO power measurement by using USB sensors or P-series power meter and sensors.

Application Note 2009-01-20

Using Linux® To Control the U2000 Series USB Power Sensors - Application Note
This document describes for users the procedures for compiling and installing an example source code of a USBTMC kernel module. This is followed by examples of communication with the U2000 Series power sensors using common SCPI commands.

Application Note 2008-09-01

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Using Linux to Control USB Instruments (AN 1465-30) - Application Note
Agilent’s USB instruments are compatible with USBTMC, a vendor-independent device class for test and measurement resources. This application note explains how USBTMC works and how you can use the generic services to control your USB instruments.

Application Note 2007-11-07

Innovative Applications for RF/Microwave USB Power Meter or Sensor and Power Analysis Manager Softwa

Application Note 2007-08-15

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Using USB in the Test and Measurement Environment (AN 1465-12) - Application Note
Simplify test integration with USB interface. Whether you’re setting up an ad hoc system on a lab bench or designing a permanent solution for a manufacturing line, the three best choices today for connecting modern instrumentation to computers are GPIB, LAN, and USB.

Application Note 2004-11-19

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