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Keysight Technologies (Agilent HP) N9918A (FieldFox Handheld Microwave Combination Analyzers) Main Features and Specifications

Keysight Technologies (Agilent HP) N9918A

Instrument Type  Vector, Spectrum, S-Parameter  
Low end frequency limit  30.00 kHz 
High end frequency limit  26.50 GHz 
Output Power Range  --  
Input Noise Level  --  
Status -
Launch Date Aug-2012
See also N9912A , N9923A , N9915A , N9916A , N9917A , N9925A , N9926A , N9927A , N9928A , N9914A , N9935A , N9936A , N9937A , N9938A
Keysight Technologies (Agilent HP)

FieldFox handheld analyzers deliver benchtop-instrument accuracy in field-test environments. Designed for harsh conditions and hard-to-reach locations, FieldFox analyzers cover satellite communications, microwave backhaul, military communications, radar systems and a wide range of additional applications.

FieldFox microwave analyzers can be configured as cable-and-antenna analyzers, spectrum analyzers, vector network analyzers, or all-in-one combination analyzers. Each compact, 6.6-pound (3.0-kg) package is available in four frequencies: 9, 14, 18 or 26.5 GHz.

To ensure durability in harsh field environments, the completely sealed enclosure is compliant with U.S. MIL-PRF-28800F Class 2 requirements. To enhance ease of use, the instrument has a vertical, or "portrait," orientation and large buttons, allowing users to easily operate the unit with their thumbs, even while wearing gloves.

FieldFox microwave vector network analyzers provide full two-port S-parameter measurements with a remarkably low trace noise of ±0.004 dB and superior dynamic range of 94 dB (up to 18 GHz). The VNAs offer an industry-first QuickCal function, which enables hassle-free calibration without external accessories. With any other instrument, adding devices such as jumper cables to the test port requires recalibrating with an external calibration kit.

The microwave combination analyzer base function is a cable and antenna analyzer and it can be configured to include a spectrum and network analyzer. FieldFox can be ordered with additional capabilities: power meter, independent signal generator, vector voltmeter, interference analyzer, variable DC source, and built-in GPS receiver.

N9918A cable and antenna analyzer (CAT), vector network analyzer (VNA), spectrum analyzer:
  • 30 kHz to 26.5 GHz
  • Dynamic range: 100 dB to 9 GHz, 90 dB to 18 GHz
  • CAT: Distance-to-fault, return loss, cable loss
  • VNA: S11, S21, S22, S12, magnitude and phase
  • Spectrum analyzer available: Spur-free dynamic range: >=105 dB, full band tracking generator
  • Vector voltmeter (VVM) option
  • Built-in power meter option
  • Standard 3-year warranty
  • Battery life: 3.5-hours

N9918A VNA specifications:

  • Frequency range: 30 kHz to 26.5 GHz
  • Frequency resolution
    • Frequency <=5 GHz: 1 Hz
    • Frequency <=10 GHz: 1.34 Hz
    • Frequency <=20 GHz: 2.68 Hz
    • Frequency <=26.5 GHz: 5.36 Hz
  • Data points or resolution: 101, 201, 401, 601, 801, 1001, 1601, 4001, 10,001; Arbitrary number of points settable through SCPI
  • IF bandwidth: 10 Hz, 30 Hz, 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, 10 kHz, 30 kHz, 100 kHz
  • System impedance: 50 ohm (nominal), 75 ohm with appropriate adapter and calibration kit
  • Test port output power (typical), Port 1 or 2, high power (default power)
    • 30 kHz to 300 kHz: -11 dBm
    • >300 kHz to 2 MHz: -3 dBm
    • >2 MHz to 625 MHz: -2 dBm
    • >625 MHz to 3 GHz: +1 dBm
    • >=3 to 6.5 GHz: -1 dBm
    • >=6.5 to 9 GHz: -2 dBm
    • >=9 to 14 GHz: -4 dBm
    • >=14 to 18 GHz: -6 dBm
    • >=18 to 23 GHz: -10 dBm
    • >=23 to 26.5 GHz: -12 dBm
  • Power range: High, low, and manual; Low power is -45 dBm, nominal
  • Power step size: Power settable in 1 dB steps across power range; Flat power, in 1 dB steps, is available across the whole frequency span, nominal
  • System dynamic range, Port 1 or port 2, high power, 100 Hz IF bandwidth, 100 point average, typical
    • >300 kHz to 9 GHz: 100 dB
    • >=9 to 14 GHz: 97 dB
    • >=14 to 18 GHz: 94 dB
    • >=18 to 20 GHz: 90 dB
    • >=20 to 25 GHz: 79 dB
    • >25 to 26.5 GHz: 70 dB
  • Receiver compression, port 1 or port 2, 0.1 dB compression, typical, 500 MHz to 26.5 GHz: +10 dBm
  • Port 1 or port 2 maximum input level
    • Average CW power: +27 dBm, 0.5 watts
    • DC:± 50 VDC
  • Immunity to interfering signals: +16 dBm, nominal
  • Measurement speed, including hardware sweep time, re-trace, and display update, S11 and S21, 30 kHz to 26.5 GHz, enhanced response cal, 100 kHz IF bandwidth, 1001 points: 850 µs/pt
  • Measurements
    • T/R: S11, S21
    • S-parameters: S11, S21, S22, S12
  • Number of traces: Four traces available, Tr1, Tr2, Tr3, Tr4
  • Trace formats: Log magnitude, linear magnitude, VSWR, phase, Smith chart, polar, group delay, unwrapped phase, real impedance, imaginary impedance
  • Frequency settings: Start, stop, center, span
  • Frequency sweep type: Linear
  • Sweep trigger: Continuous, single
  • Averaging: Sweep and point averaging, 2 to 1000
  • Group delay
    • Aperture (selectable): Frequency span / (number of points -1)
    • Maximum aperture: 25% of frequency span
    • Minimum delay: Limited to measuring no more than 180 degrees of phase change within the minimum aperture
  • Electrical delay: 0 to 10 seconds
  • Display range: Start, stop, center, span
    • Return loss, log magnitude: -1000 to 1000 dB
    • Log magnitude resolution: 0.01 dB
    • Phase: -180 to +180 degrees (unwrapped phase can show larger values)
    • Phase resolution: 0.01 degrees
    • Phase offset: -360 to +360 degrees
    • VSWR: 1.01 to 1000
    • VSWR resolution: 0.01
  • Data markers: Each trace has six independent markers that can be displayed simultaneously. Delta markers are available for each marker
  • Marker formats: Default marker format is the trace format. In Smith chart or polar format, [Real + Imag] or [Mag and Phase] formats are also available
  • Marker functions: Peak, Next Peak, Peak Left, Peak Right, Mkr-->Center, Mkr-->Delay, Min Search, Peak Excursion, Peak Threshold, Target, Bandwidth (BW, Q, Loss)
  • Marker table: On/Off
  • Marker types: Normal, delta, data trace and memory trace markers
  • Marker coupling: On/Off (coupling between traces)