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346 noise source calibrations
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on Jan 11, 2013
on Jan 11, 2013 by tabbott
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I don't know if this is the correct place to post this question but...what is the most accurate noise source calibration provided by Agilent? Is it option -H05, -H10, or -H13?
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Jan 11, 2013 10:38 AM
You will receive the lowest ENR uncertainty by ordering the -H10 option because of the noise source standard that is used to calibrate against your particular noise source. Hopefully the test frequencies stated will be sufficient. The Option H10 calibration will be performed by National Physics Laboratory in Europe. This level of calibration will offer about 30% to 50% less ENR measurement uncertainty compared to a standard factory calibration. The data on the Noise Source data label will now be the NPL data. The diskette will also contain the NPL ENR data. The NPL ENR report is included with the shipment. Calibration of 346C-H10 Noise source with 3.5mm connector at 10, 30, 60, 100, 300, 600 MHz,1.5 & 26.5 GHz and 1 to 26 GHz in 1 GHz steps (total of 34 freqs).
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