I am evaluating E5061B 75 Ohm Analyzer.I am not able to locate the internal block diagram from keysight website.

Based on the above i have few questions below on the block diagram.Can anyone help me on this?

Does the E5061B 75 Ohm Analyzer use an internal 50-75 Ohm lossy matching pad to convert the 50 Ohm to 75 Ohm?

Or does all the components used inside the Analyzer are 75 Ohm devices?

Based on the above i have few questions below on the block diagram.Can anyone help me on this?

Does the E5061B 75 Ohm Analyzer use an internal 50-75 Ohm lossy matching pad to convert the 50 Ohm to 75 Ohm?

Or does all the components used inside the Analyzer are 75 Ohm devices?

> I am evaluating E5061B 75 Ohm Analyzer.I am not able to locate the internal block diagram from keysight website.

> Based on the above i have few questions below on the block diagram.Can anyone help me on this?

> Does the E5061B 75 Ohm Analyzer use an internal 50-75 Ohm lossy matching pad to convert the 50 Ohm to 75 Ohm?

> Or does all the components used inside the Analyzer are 75 Ohm devices?

Only someone from Keysight will be able to confirm it for sure. But based on other 75 Ohm analyzers I have seen, most of the internals are 50 Ohms, but the bridge is 75 Ohms. The use of internal 50->75 Ohm pads would compromise the performance quite a bit, so I doubt they would do that.

But you will need to get someone from Keysight to give you a definitive answer.

Dave