Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) Frequency Extenders

75 Vector Network Analyzer Extenders from 6 manufacturers listed on everything RF
Description: 33 to 50 GHz, Vector Network Analyzer Extender
Band:
Q Band
Extended Frequency:
33 to 50 GHz
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Description: 140 to 220 GHz, Vector Network Analyzer Extender
Band:
D Band, Y Band
Extended Frequency:
140 to 220 GHz
Dynamic Range:
110 to 120 dB
Output Power:
-6 dBm
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Description: 60 to 90 GHz, Vector Network Analyzer Extender
Band:
E Band
Input Frequency:
10 to 15 GHz
Extended Frequency:
60 to 90 GHz
Dynamic Range:
100 to 110 dB
Output Power:
0 to 4 dBm
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Description: 140 to 220 GHz, Vector Network Analyzer Extender
Band:
D Band
Input Frequency:
11.66 to 18.33 GHz
Extended Frequency:
140 to 220 GHz
Dynamic Range:
105 dB
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Description: 50 to 75 GHz Waveguide Frequency Extender/Multiplier
Band:
V Band
Waveguide Band:
V Band
Input Frequency:
12.5 to 18.75 GHz
Extended Frequency:
50 to 75 GHz
Output Power:
15 dBm
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Description: 22 to 33 GHz, Vector Network Analyzer Extender
Band:
Ka Band
Extended Frequency:
22 to 33 GHz
Output Power:
15 dBm
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Description: 60 to 90 GHz, Vector Network Analyzer Extender
Band:
E Band
Extended Frequency:
60 to 90 GHz
Dynamic Range:
110 to 120 dB
Output Power:
6/10 dBm
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Description: 325 to 500 GHz, Vector Network Analyzer Extender
Band:
Y Band
Input Frequency:
10.86 to 16.67 GHz
Extended Frequency:
325 to 500 GHz
Dynamic Range:
70 dB
Output Power:
-30 dBm
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Description: 220 to 325 GHz, Vector Network Analyzer Extender
Band:
Y Band
Extended Frequency:
220 to 325 GHz
Dynamic Range:
100 to 110 dB
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Description: W-Band VNA Frequency Extender from 75 to 110 GHz
Band:
W Band
Input Frequency:
10 to 1000 MHz
Extended Frequency:
75 to 110 GHz
Dynamic Range:
90 to 100 dB
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What are VNA Frequency Extenders?

Vector Network Analyzers (VNA's) are used to measures the phase and amplitude properties of RF systems such as S parameters. The frequency range of VNA's is usually fixed when you buy them. However when you need test a higher frequency system, you have two option, either buy another VNA that supports the higher frequency level (Which is very expensive) or use VNA frequency extenders. These frequency extenders can be connected to the input and output ports of the VNA and can upconvert and down-convert signals in to a higher frequencies enabling the testing of higher frequency circuits.

So for example if a VNA can operate at frequencies up to 6 GHz. A frequency extender can be used to make it measure high frequency signals like 28 GHz. The extender when connected to the port of the VNA will down-convert the 28 GHz signal to a sub-6 GHz signal for processing. Similarly, at the other port, the Extender will up convert a signal to 28 GHz.

everything RF lists VNA frequency extenders from the leading manufacturers. Use the parametric search tools to narrow down on products based on your requirement. Once you find parts that meet your specification, download the data sheet, compare products and request quotations. Inquiries sent via everything RF are directed to the manufacturers who get back to you with a quote or information.

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