26.5 GHz Power Meter

26.5 GHz Power Meter

 

Features:

  • 10 MHz to 26.5GHz measurement range with USB.
  • Digital Display on Touchscreen TFT with graph.
  • Wide range from +20dBm(100mW) to -30dBm(1uW)
  • 0.1dB resolution
  • Measurement in dBm & 22 other units
  • X band DRO source for scalar network analysis
  • Measures Gunn and Klystron Source outputs.

26 GHz RF & Microwave Power Meter                                   

POWER METER

  • Frequency range : 10MHz to 26.5 GHz
  • Display : 320X240 pixel, 3” TFT
  • Controls : Touch Screen based
  • Power range : -30dBm to +20dBm
  • Measurement : dBm & 22 other units
  • Resolution : 0.1dB
  • Sampling : peak, average, rms
  • Relative Offset : +20.0 to -30.0dBm for relative measurement
  • Level Indicator : Graph
  • Recorder output : For CRO interface
  • PC interface : USB port

POWER SENSOR

  • RF Connector : SMA into 50Ohms
  • Frequency range : 10MHz to 26.5GHz
  • Maximum input : +20dBm
  • Return Loss : 20dB upto 12.4GHz
  • : 15dB upto 26.5GHz
  • Compensation : Temperature compensated thermistor
  • Cable : Sensor/meter cable 3m
  • Adapter : N-SMA, X-band

 

 E-Manual: Installation Video for ease of Learning
List of Experiments
1.To learn different ways of measuring power.
2.To evaluate the accuracy of the power measurements.
3.To plot the power output of Gunn/Klystron Oscillator with V
4.To plot the power output of a Gunn/Klystron Oscillator with
frequency.
5.Study of square law modulation and square law
characteristics of a crystal detector.
6.To measure PIN modulator insertion loss & mod. depth.
7To measure the accuracy of SWR meter reading.
8To calculate the relationship between Q and bandwidth of
resonance cavity.
9.To measure the insertion loss of the waveguide.
10.To measure the insertion loss in the main line of a
directional coupler.
11.To measure the coupling factor of a directional coupler.
12.To measure the isolation & directivity of a directional
coupler.
13.To measure the return loss of a unknown load.
14.To measure the decoupling between H and E arms of
magic Tee.
15.To measure the insertion loss of the hybrid Tee.
16To measure the return loss of H arm in a magic Tee.
17.To measure and plot the attenuation characteristics of
variable attenuator.
18.To measure the attenuation of a fixed attenuator.
19To measure the input SWR of attenuator.
20.To measure the gain of a pyramidal horn.
21.To plot the E and H Plane polar pattern of a antenna and
compute the beamwidth.
22.To measure the coupling coefficient of a waveguide E &
H Plane Tee.
23.To measure the isolation of a E & H plane Tee.
24.To measure the input VSWR of a E & H plane Tee.
25.To study the operation of ferrite circulator and measure
its insertion loss.
26.To measure isolation of a ferrite circulator.
27.To measure the cross coupling of a circulator.
28.To study the variation of characteristics of ferrite
circulator with frequency

List of Experiments

 

  1. To learn different ways of measuring power.
  2. To evaluate the accuracy of the power measurements.
  3. To plot the power output of Gunn/Klystron Oscillator with V
  4. To plot the power output of a Gunn/Klystron Oscillator with frequency.
  5. Study of square law modulation and square law characteristics of a crystal detector.
  6. To measure PIN modulator insertion loss & mod. depth.
  7. To measure the accuracy of SWR meter reading.
  8. To calculate the relationship between Q and bandwidth of resonance cavity.
  9. To measure the insertion loss of the waveguide.
  10. To measure the insertion loss in the main line of a directional coupler.
  11. To measure the coupling factor of a directional coupler.
  12. To measure the isolation & directivity of a directional coupler.
  13. To measure the return loss of a unknown load.
  14. To measure the decoupling between H and E arms of magic Tee.
  15. To measure the insertion loss of the hybrid Tee.
  16. To measure the return loss of H arm in a magic Tee.
  17. To measure and plot the attenuation characteristics of variable attenuator.
  18. To measure the attenuation of a fixed attenuator.
  19. To measure the input SWR of attenuator.
  20. To measure the gain of a pyramidal horn.
  21. To plot the E and H Plane polar pattern of a antenna and compute the beamwidth.
  22. To measure the coupling coefficient of a waveguide E & H Plane Tee.
  23. To measure the isolation of a E & H plane Tee.
  24. To measure the input VSWR of a E & H plane Tee.
  25. To study the operation of ferrite circulator and measure its insertion loss.
  26. To measure isolation of a ferrite circulator.
  27. To measure the cross coupling of a circulator.
  28. To study the variation of characteristics of ferrite circulator with frequency

Shipping List

No.LIST OF ITEMS SUPPLIED IN MICROWAVE POWER METER
Qty.
1Microwave Power meter Instrument, Microwave Power Sensor with 3m cable+ SMPS1 
2EXPERIMENTAL MANUAL1 
3USB Lead1 
4SMA(FEMale) to SMA(FEmale) adapteR1 
5SMA(FEMale) to N(male) adapteR1 
6X BAND Waveguide to coax adapter1 

E-Manual: Installation Video for ease of Learning

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