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on Mar 25, 2006
on Mar 25, 2006 by Dr_joel
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I wonder what kind of network analyzer is fit for GPR design. The operating frequency is between 10MHz and 6GHz.
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Mar 25, 2006 9:44 PM
Hi, I'm not sure what you mean by GPR, but I'm going to guess "Ground Penetrating Radar"
There are two obvious choices:
1) ENA - most economical, has an 300kHz to 8.5 GHz response, in 2-4 port models. It has a very simple user interface, and it is used widely in manufacturing environments.
2) PNA-L; this has a 300kHz-6GHz model. The PNA-L has very similar features to the ENA, but it comes with a configurable test set option which allows you to re-wire the directional couplers, sources and receivers. For R&D, this can be very useful, especially in an application with higher powers.
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