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PNA number of cal kit limitation
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on Oct 11, 2011
on Oct 12, 2011 by bhokkan
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Would it be possible to increase the number of cal kits allowed on the PNA without saving some and importing when the list gets beyond about 44 kits in new firmware? It would seem since the PNA is a computer this should be allowed.
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Oct 12, 2011 10:33 AM
Actually, the total number of cal kits that the PNA's kit editor user interface can hold in its list and that can be used by guided style of calibrations, has been unlimited for a while now (I'd have to do some digging to find out which firmware release introduced that change). However, the number of those kits that can be accessed by Unguided calibrations on S-parameter channels is still limited to whichever are the first 50 kits in the PNA's list (the ordering of the kits as observed in the kit editor dialog). The corresponding PNA Help topics just hadn't gotten updated yet with that information due to a miscommunication, but they are being updated now (the online version should be indicating those changes within a day or so I think). In a release coming out soon that number of kits that unguided cals can access is being bumped higher, and before too long we intend to remove that limit altogether.
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