Take advantage of the first-ever receiver calibrator in the market to make your signal analyzer calibration easier, faster, and much more affordable. For a limited time, get 50% off Keysight U9361 Rcal receiver calibrator with a purchase of any qualifying Keysight's X-Series signal analyzer, 26.5 GHz and above, to make your measurement an order of magnitude more accurate than before.
Reach New Levels of Accuracy
Today’s unique calibration solution, the Keysight U9361 RCal receiver calibrator, makes receiver calibration simple, quick, and cost-effective for any Keysight X-Series signal analyzer. The U9361 RCal receiver calibrator:
- improves the test Rx system accuracy by order of magnitude
- moves the reference plane to the output of the device under test
- corrects absolute power accuracy
- generates magnitude and phase flatness corrections
- performs calibration up to 110 GHz, to reduce measurement errors in mmW applications
The U9361 is a compact, palm-size reference signal source to remove linear impairments from the fixtures, cables, and adapters in the test receiver system through calibration. This feature enables you to establish a calibration plane equivalent to physically connecting the test receiver system to your device under test's (DUT’s) output. The frequency range covers up to 110 GHz with up to 5 GHz of bandwidth, ensuring you can calibrate on today’s devices as well as tomorrow’s emerging millimeter-wave applications.
March 1, 2021
September 30, 2021
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It Pays To Be Accurate
While you can apply wideband receiver calibration to numerous industries and applications, three key applications are at the forefront of this signal trend.
- Wide-bandwidth applications > 100 MHz: As we move to more complex modulation schemes, applications require higher bandwidths.
- High-frequency applications using millimeter-wave: With the proliferation of satellites, radar systems, and communication networks, demand for higher frequencies and data rates soars.
- Complex measurement systems: Test setups include cables, switches, antennas, and adapters that can introduce errors into the system.