1 GENERAL OVERVIEW
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Trace display functions
Trace display Data trace, memory trace, or simultaneous indication
of data and memory traces.
Trace math Data trace modification by math operations: addition,
subtraction, multiplication or division of measured
complex values and memory data.
Autoscaling Automatic selection of scale division and reference
level value to have the trace most effectively
displayed.
Electrical delay Calibration plane moving to compensate for the delay
in the test setup. Compensation for electrical delay in
a DUT during measurements of deviation from linear
phase.
Phase offset Phase offset defined in degrees.
Accuracy enhancement
Calibration Calibration of a test setup (which includes the
Analyzer, cables, and adapters) significantly increases
the accuracy of measurements. Calibration allows for
correction of the errors caused by imperfections in the
measurement system: system directivity, source and
load match, tracking and isolation.
Calibration methods The following calibration methods of various
sophistication and accuracy enhancement level are
available:
§reflection and transmission normalization;
§full one-port calibration;
§one-path two-port calibration
§full two-port calibration;
§TRL calibration.
Reflection and
transmission
normalization
The simplest calibration method. It provides low
accuracy.
Full one-port calibration Method of calibration performed for one-port
reflection measurements. It ensures high accuracy.
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