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September 6, 2019 - Withwave's Automatic
Calibration Modules are ideal for users who want fast and easy calibration for various
Vector Network Analyzers (VNAs). The
W1204A Automatic Calibration Module is powered up via USB or
5.5 DC connector and communicates with your VNA via USB or LAN to perform full 1−port
through 4−port calibrations. A simple one-push START button initiates the hands-off
calibration routine. This module works as host systems, measures and calculates
calibration coefficients and sends it to VNA easily. Version available for frequencies
beginning at 100 kHz and up through 12, 18, and 26.5 GHz.
Most of Electronic Calibration Kits work for same manufacturers' VNAs only. However,
this module provides cost-effective calibration solution for users by supporting
various VNA models as below.
They are compatible with following VNAs:
Keysight PNA series, ENA series
Rohde & Schwarz ZVL, ZVA series, ZVT series
Anritsu ShockLine Series
Withwave is a leading designer, developer of a broad range of RF & MW Test
Solutions and subsystems with a focus on Electromagnetic field analysis and RF &
Microwave Signal processing.
Withwave's extensive product portfolio serves four primary target markets: Wireless
communications, Test & Instrumentation, Automated Test Equipment, Network Systems.
Applications for our products in these target markets include cellular phones
and base stations, data networking, Semiconductor and telecommunications equipment
and factory automation.
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and abilities to our portfolio of competences to ensure our long-term success.
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