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How to measure the channel power with E8362B?
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on Jul 21, 2006
on Jul 24, 2006 by tsilchia001
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Hi,I am using E8257D and E8362B to measure the antenna pattern.The E8257D generates a RF signal as a transmitter,and the E8362B measures the channel power as a receiver.I want to know how to use the E8362B to measure the power?
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Jul 24, 2006 9:14 AM
It sounds as though your goal is a receiver calibration. In order to do this you must first perform a source calibration. The source calibration requires the use of a power meter to accurately characterize the actual stimulus power level from the analyzer. This corrected power is then used to build a correction table for the receiver during a receiver calibration. The E8362B analyzer will take control of the power meter via either the embedded GPIB or a USB to GPIB adapter, Agilent model number 82357A. The entire process is outlined in the PNA Help file. Hope this offers the assistance you were after.
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