Agilent / HP / Keysight 8753D
8753D Network Analyzer, 30 kHz to 3 GHz
The Agilent/HP 8753D network analyzer provides affordable excellence in RF network measurement for the lab and production testing.
The 8753D has an integrated S-parameter test set for longer-lasting calibrations, exceptional reliability, and improved resistance to ESD.
The HP 8753D gives you a complete solution for characterizing active or passive networks, devices, or components from 30 kHz to 3 GHz and an optional 6 GHz with a cost savings over the previous model with a test set.
An integrated, synthesized source of HP 8753D provides up to 110dB of dynamic range, 1 Hz frequency resolution, and linear, log, list, power, and CW sweep types.
HP 8753D has three tuned receivers which allow independent power measurements or simultaneous ratio measurements over a wide dynamic range of 105 dB at 6 GHz (with Option 006 frequency extension) or 110 dB at 3 GHz (standard).
The integrated test set of HP 8753D allows you to measure transmission and reflection characteristics of a device to 6 GHz without a frequency doubler. TRL*/LRM* calibration has been added to HP 8753A for convenient, accurate measurements in non-coaxial environments.
A high stability frequency reference, Option 1D5, improves the frequency accuracy of measurements on high-Q devices such as SAW resonators or dielectric resonance filters.
For configuration flexibility, HP 8753D Option 011 deletes the built-in test set so that you can select your own. The HP 8753D Option 011 works with the HP 85044A/B, 85047A, and other test sets.
A test sequence function of HP 8753D allows rapid, repeated execution of complex tasks with a single keystroke. In sequencing mode, you make a measurement once from the front panel, and the analyzer stores the keystrokes so that no additional programming is required.
A test sequence to control external devices through the parallel port can be used. Other productivity enhancements include a built-in disk drive supporting LIF and DOS formats, a faster CPU clock rate, non-volatile memory of 512 KB, serial and parallel interfaces, a DIN keyboard interface, and a real-time clock for time-stamping of printouts and files.
Limit testing, arbitrary frequency testing, and marker tracking functions are included. Segmented calibration and interpolative error correction allow you to apply vector accuracy enhancement over a subset of the analyzer's calibrated frequency range.
For nonlinear device characterization, Option 002 adds harmonic measurement capability. Sweep second- and third-harmonic levels of an amplifier can be displayed directly or in dBc.
With the press of a button, you can measure harmonics up to -40 dBc. Power meter calibration provides leveled absolute power to devices that are sensitive to absolute input or output levels.
The HP 8753D automatically controls an HP 436A, 437B, 438A power meter accuracy. The analyzer also performs mixer tracking and conversion loss measurements. Both fixed and swept IF measurements can be made.
With HP 8753D Option 010, you can view responses in the time domain. The analyzer gives the inverse FFT of the frequency-domain data to display the reflection or transmission coefficient versus time.
Built-in S-parameter test set for complete forward and reverse measurements, allowing you to completely characterize your component with a single connection.
Linear, log, list, power and CW sweep modes.
Built-in 50 ohm S-parameter test set.
Built-in DOS/LIF floppy disk.
Superb accuracy, with the most comprehensive calibration available.
Optional time domain and swept harmonic measurements.
Mixer testing with frequency offset capability.
Optional step attenuator for extended source output power range.
Pass/fail testing, interpolative error correction, test sequencing, and user-defined test frequencies to enhance productivity.
Two independent display channels for simultaneous measurement of reflection and transmission characteristics.