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4395A low freq. Z Measurement
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on Jan 4, 2010
on Jan 5, 2010 by RayH
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I want to measure impedance down to 9kHz. I have a bridge that works to 100kHz, so not wanting to have to purchase an 87512A. Can I use an older 35676B which would appear to do the same job, but to max 200MHz and 75ohm?
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Jan 5, 2010 8:45 AM
The 35676A/B work on the same principle as the 87512A/B. It should work OK with the 4395.
I don't think the spacing of the connectors on the 35676 will fit the front panel of the 4395A, but you can use cables to attach the bridge. One point to remember is you must perform a "one-port" calibration (using the open, short, and load standards) to get meaningful data when using this bridge.
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