2 PREPARATION FOR USE
2.3.2 Test Ports
The type-N 50 Ω test port 1 and test port 2 are intended
for DUT connection. Each test port has a LED indicator.
A test port can be used either as a source of the stimulus
signal or as a receiver of the response signal of the DUT.
Only one of the ports can be the source of the signal in a
particular moment of time.
If you connect the DUT to only one test port of the
Analyzer, you will be able to measure the reflection
parameters (S11 or S22) of the DUT.
If you connect the DUT to the both test ports of the
Analyzer, you will be able to measure the full S-
parameter matrix of the DUT.
Note LED indicator identifies the test port, which is operating
as a signal source.
CAUTION Do not exceed the maximum allowed power of the input
RF signal (or maximum DC voltage) indicated on the
front panel. This may damage your Analyzer.