1 GENERAL OVERVIEW
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Supplemental calibration methods
Power calibration Method of calibration, which allows more stable
maintaining of the power level setting at the DUT
input. An external power meter should be connected
to the USB port directly or via USB/GPIB adapter.
Receiver calibration Method of calibration, which calibrates the receiver
gain at absolute signal power measurement.
Marker functions
Data markers Up to 16 markers for each trace. A marker indicates
stimulus value and the measured value in a given
point of the trace.
Reference marker Enables indication of any maker values as relative to
the reference marker.
Marker search Search for max, min, peak, or target values on a trace.
Marker search
additional features
User-definable search range. Functions of specific
condition tracking or single operation search.
Setting parameters by
markers
Setting of start, stop and center frequencies by the
stimulus value of the marker and setting of reference
level by the response value of the marker.
Marker math functions Statistics, bandwidth, flatness, RF filter.
Statistics Calculation and display of mean, standard deviation
and peak-to-peak in a frequency range limited by two
markers on a trace.
Bandwidth Determines bandwidth between cutoff frequency
points for an active marker or absolute maximum.
The bandwidth value, center frequency, lower
frequency, higher frequency, Q value, and insertion
loss are displayed.
Flatness Displays gain, slope, and flatness between two
markers on a trace.
RF filter Displays insertion loss and peak-to-peak ripple of the
passband, and the maximum signal magnitude in the
stopband. The passband and stopband are defined by
two pairs of markers.
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