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The C1209 is a two port computer-controlled vector network analyzer that operates from 100 kHz to 9 GHz. It has a dynamic range of 148 dB and output power range from -60 dBm to 15 dBm. The VNA can measure all four S-Parameters, has a measurement speed of 10 microseconds and can measure up to 500,001 points.

This “half rack” vector network analyzer with dimensions of 16.75 x 9.25 x 3.8 inches (425 x 235 x 96 mm) and a weight of just over 12 lbs. (5.5 kg), can be used in the laboratory and in production testing, without requiring a lot of space. The VNA can be integrated into production test systems via a Manufacturing Test Plug-in. An Auxiliary Board Option is available on all Cobalt VNAs at the time of order (factory-installed) or as an add-on at a later date.

The C1209 VNA includes an RF measurement module and S2 software application which runs on Windows or Linux operating system on a PC, laptop, tablet, or x86 board computer connecting to the measurement hardware via USB interface. S2 software can be installed on multiple computers that share the use of the analyzer measurement module.

Product Specifications

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
    Copper Mountain Technologies
  • Description
    2-Port USB Vector Network Analyzer from 100 kHz to 9 GHz

General Parameters

  • Type
    USB / Computer Controlled
  • Equipment Type
  • Ports
    2 Ports
  • Port Connectors
    N Type, N Type - Female
  • Port Impedance
    50 Ohms
  • Frequency
    100 kHz to 9 GHz
  • Frequency Resolution
    1 Hz
  • Measurement Speed
    10 µsec/point
  • Test Points
    2 to 500, 001
  • Measurement Bandwidth
    1 Hz to 2 MHz (1/1.5/2/3/5/7 Steps)
  • Dynamic Range
    105 dB from 100 kHz to 1 MHz, 148 dB from 1 MHz to 8 GHz, 138 dB from 8 GHz to 9 GHz (10 Hz IF BW)
  • Output Power
    -60 to 15 dBm
  • Port Switchover Time
    0.2 msec
  • Parameters
  • Note
    Full CW Frequency: ±2 x 10-6, Time per point: 12 µsec

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