|Wavetek 8500 Series Level Generator|
|Beschreibung:||Microwave Peak Power Meter|
• Single or Repetitive Pulse and CW Measurements from 30 MHz to 40 GHz • Accurately Reads Pulses to 15 Nanoseconds • Graphics Mode for Plot of Pulse and Reading Point • Automatic Detector Calibration Series 8500 RF Peak Power Meter brings you an unexcelled combination of speed, accuracy, reliability and operator convenience. The versatile Series 8500 sets a new standard for the industry with its ability to accurately read pulses as narrow as 15ns, its exceptionally accurate CW performance and menu driven control, and a newly designed, completely automatic detector calibration system (patent pending). Series 8500 provides detailed information on both single and repetitive pulses as narrow as 15 ns, regardless of the shape of the pulse and anywhere within the 30 MHz to 40 GHz frequency range. By adjusting the delay, either automatically or manually, peak amplitude can be sampled and measured. If the delay is stepped through a series of small increments, data can be recorded over the entire pulse interval. A plot of this data provides a clear representation of the RF power over the entire pulse. The delay has sufficient range to also permit sampling of individual pulses in a train of pulses. Series 8500 combines pulse measurement capability with the ability to make accurate CW readings over a 60 dB dynamic range (- 40 to +20 dBm), with calibration readily traceable to National Calibration Standards Laboratories. Due to the large signal capacity and superior detection sensitivity, a single balanced detector reads both pulse and CW power over the full dynmaic range of the instrument. It is no longer necessary to use two different instruments to accurately measure pulse and CW power.
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|Wavetek -- 8500 Series -- Datenblatt|
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|Upload Datum:||16 November 2014|
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