Agilent / HP / Keysight 8714ET
8714ET RF Network Analyzer (T/R), 300 kHz to 3 GHz
The Agilent/HP 8714ET Network Analyzer features a transmission/reflection test set with a full range of magnitude and phase measurements and employs advanced vector-error correction techniques to enhance measurement accuracy.
The Agilent 8714ET supports Log or linear magnitude, SWR, phase, group delay, real and imaginary, Smith chart, polar, and impedance magnitude formats.
Measurement data can be compared to any combination of line or point limits for pass/fail testing. User defined limits can also be applied to an amplitude- or frequency reference marker.
A limit-test TTL output is available on the rear panel of the Agilent 8714ET for external control or indication. Limits are only available with rectilinear formats.
In Agilent 8714ET, each measurement channel has eight markers. Markers are coupled between channels. Any one of eight markers can be the reference marker for delta-marker operation. Annotation for up to four markers can be displayed at one time.
Markers can be used in absolute or delta modes. Other marker functions include marker to center frequency, marker to reference level, marker to electrical delay, searches, tracking, and statistics.
The marker-tracking function of the Agilent 8714ET enables continuous update of marker search values on each sweep. Marker statistics enable measurement of the mean, peak-to-peak and standard deviation of the data between two markers.
For rapid tuning and testing of cable-TV broadband amplifiers, slope and flatness functions are also available.
The Agilent 8714ET allows saving trace data, instrument states (including calibration data), and IBASIC programs on floppy disks using the built-in 3.5 inch disk drive.
The Agilent 8714ET allows making hardcopy prints using PCL and PCL5 printers or Epson-compatible graphics printers.
The Agilent 8714ET analyzer can be controlled by sending SCPI within a telenet session or via a socket connection and TCP/IP (the default socket port is 5025). The analyzer's socket applications programming interface (API) is compatible with Berkeley sockets, Winsock and other standard socket APIs.
With SICL/LAN, the Agilent 8714ET analyzer is controlled remotely over the LAN with the same methods used for a local analyzer connected directly to the computer via a GPIB interface.
Narrowband and broadband detection
Real-time sweep speeds (40ms/sweep)
Integrated T/R test set
Linear group delay
Synthesized source with 1Hz resolution
Standard LAN interface
Standard Internal Instrument BASIC (IBASIC)
Optional fault-location and SRL measurements
Output Power Range: 0.001W - 19.9526mW
RF Connectors: Type-N female; 50 ?, nominal
Storage Temperature: -40° C to +70° C
Dimensions: 179 x 425 x 514 mm (7.0 x 16.75 x 20.25 in)
Shipping Weight: 40 kg (88 lb.), nominal
Net Weight: 24.4 kg (54 lb.), nominal