Power Meters & Power Sensor
Agilent power meters operate with sensors of various types (CW, average and peak and average), covering numerous frequency and power ranges to accurately measure the power of RF and microwave signals. Applications include testing the output power of communication base-station transmitters, cellular telephones, radar system equipment, and much more.
Learn more on how to select the right power meter and power sensors: “The Power Meter and Sensors Selection Guide”
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|Average Power Sensor Measurement Uncertainty Calculator
Measurement Uncertainty Calculator for the Average Power Sensors (N8481A, N8482A, N8485A, N8481A-CFT, N8482A-CFT, N8485A-CFT, 8481D, 8485D, 8487D, R8486D, Q8486D, E4412A, E4413A, E9300A, E9301A, E9304A, E9300B, E9301B, E9300H, E9301H)
Application Note 2011-11-30
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|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
PDF 479 KB
|Practices to Optimize Power Meter/Sensor Speed for Shorter Test Time
This application note describes some useful tips on how to effectively minimize test times while obtaining power measurements.
Application Note 2011-07-14
PDF 618 KB
|E4418/9B to N1913/4A Migration Guide
Application Note 2009-06-11
PDF 781 KB
|Maximizing measurement speed using P-Series power meters.
Application Note 2007-11-29