Agilent/HP E4417A Peak/Average Dual Channel Power Meter

Agilent/HP E4417A Peak/Average Dual Channel Power Meter
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP E4417A Peak/Average Dual Channel Power Meter

 

Agilent/HP E4417A Peak/Average Dual Channel Power Meter

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The E4417A dual channel EPM-P series power meter, is designed for peak, average, peak-to-average ratio and time-gated measurements, using the E9320 peak and average power sensors. In a competitive environment such as wireless manufacturing, testing needs to be as efficient as the rest of the manufacturing process. If you are looking for a single-meter solution that can do a full range of power measurements with speed, accuracy, and reliability, you'll find all these capabilities and more in the Agilent/HP E4417A EPM-P series power meters and E9320 power sensors. Together with the E9320 power sensors, the EPM-P power meters measure the complex modulation formats of today's TDMA and CDMA standards, as well as emerging wideband CDMA (W-CDMA) standards for 3G wireless communications. Power meter measurements include peak, peak-to-average ratio, and average power of RF and microwave signals. Extensive triggering features are available for making time-gated measurements. Fast test times, with measurement speed of up to 1,000 corrected readings per second, help you increase throughput to meet time-to-market and time-to volume goals.

Features

  • 20 Msample/s per second sampling rate for reliable continuous and single shot measurements on wide bandwidth signals
  • Time-gated and free run power measurements
  • 8 pre-defined wireless configurations (GSM, EDGE, NADC, iDEN, Bluetooth, IS-95 CDMA, W-CDMA and cdma 2000)

Compatibility

    The Agilent/HP E4417A EPM-P series power meters operate with the E-series E9320 family of power sensors for peak, average and time-gated power measurements. The Agilent/HP E4417A EPM-P series also operates with the existing 8480 series, E-series CW and the E9300 range of power sensors for average power measurements. The sensor cable for the peak measurement sensor is not compatible with the standard Agilent/HP sensor cable and can be readily identified by the light purple color.

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