E-Series CW Power Sensors
- Operates with the EPM, EPM-P and P-series power meters
- Wide dynamic range sensors (-70 to +20 dBm)
- Accurate CW average power measurements
- Wide frequency coverage from 10 MHz to 26.5 GHz (sensor dependent)
- Calibration factors stored in EEPROM
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|N1913A/N1914A EPM Series Power Meter Data Sheet
As signals become more complex, it becomes more difficult to make fast, accurate power measurements. For years, you've depended on Agilent's EPM Series power meters. Today, the Agilent N1913A and N1914A EPM power meters are versatile, user-friendly replacements for the E4418B/19B EPM Series.
Data Sheet 2013-02-25
|Power Meters and Sensors - Selection Guide
The guide introduces each model or Series in brief, followed by applications that benefit from these instruments. It also includes comprehensive selection charts and a compatibility table to help you pick out the right power meter and sensor.
Selection Guide 2013-02-06
|Power Meters and Power Sensors - Brochure
This is a comprehensive brochure that covers Agilent’s wide range of power meters and sensors for RF and microwave applications.
PDF 1.97 MB
|E4412A and E4413A Power Sensors Operation and Service Guide
The Agilent E4412A/E4413A Operation and Service Guide contains information about initial inspection, operation, performance tests, troubleshooting and repair.
Operation Manual 2012-12-14
|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
XLS 76 KB
|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
|EPM Series Data Sheet
Data Sheet 2009-11-02
|DAQ with Matlab for Medical Science
Agilent data acquisition (DAQ) units can now work with MATLAB in medical research, as illustrated by the case study. This helps users to understand the basics of MATLAB programming in Agilent USB DAQ.
Case Study 2009-06-16
PDF 164 KB
|Fundamentals of RF and Microwave Power Measurements (AN 1449)
Agilent's Fundamentals of RF and Microwave Power Measurements, application note (AN 1449-1/2/3/4).
Application Note 2009-06-05
|4 Steps for Making Better Power Measurements (AN 64-4D)
Before selecting a power meter and associated sensors, make sure that you have taken the 4 steps detailed in this note, which influence the accuracy, economy and technical match to your application.
Application Note 2006-04-26
|EPM and EPM-P Series Configuration Guide
Configuration Guide 2005-07-13
|EPM-P Series Product Overview
Agilent EPM-P series single- and dual-channel power meters Agilent E9320 family of peak and average power sensors
Technical Overview 2004-02-27
|Choosing the Right Power Meter and Sensor
This product note outlines applications considerations and the newest sensor technologies. It also reviews the families of thermocouple, diode and two-path, diode-attenuator-diode sensors.
Application Note 2000-10-01
|EPM Series 437B or 438A Compatibility
This application note provides information to minimize software rework when replacing 437B and 438A power meters with the EPM series power meters.
Application Note 2000-05-01
PDF 1.96 MB