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Is E5071C able to measure the impedance?

It isn't TDR,is it able to process time domain analysis?

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Is E5071C able to measure the impedance?

It isn't TDR,is it able to process time domain analysis?

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Is E5071C able to measure the impedance?

It isn't TDR,is it able to process time domain analysis?

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Is E5071C able to measure the impedance?

It isn't TDR,is it able to process time domain analysis?

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Caution: Z-parameters, and Impedance, aren't the same thing (except in special cases. Z parameters are typically defined by measuring a Vout/Iin characteristic with Vout port open-circuited. But most networks define their impedance in the RF world terminated in 50 ohms.

In the special case of a 1 port, Zin = Z11.

But, to answer the original question, you can get an almost identical resposne with the ENA time domain as you can with a TDR (almost, because a TDR cannot correct all the errors that an ENA can), if you set it up properly. You cannot get impedance vs. distance with either, but you can get apparent impedance vs time, with both.

By default, the ENA can perform the S to Z parameter conversions through the Analysis menu. Info on parameter conversion from help file.