Keysight Technologies Announces Low-Frequency Network Analyzer Options for Passive Component Characterization
Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS) introduced a series of low-cost, low-frequency options for the E5061B LF-RF network analyzer.
Keysight's new low-frequency options expand the E5061B LF-RF network analyzer's ability to characterize passive components, including wireless power transfer and wireless charging systems, to a broad range of applications operating over a wider frequency range, from 5 Hz to 500 MHz (E5061B-3L3), 1.5 GHz (E5061B-3L4) and 3 GHz (E5061B-3L5).
"Our customers work in diverse fields with a diverse range of test needs and acceptable price points," said Akira Nukiyama, vice president and general manager of Keysight's Component Test Division, Kobe. "With our new low-frequency options for the ENA Series LF-RF network analyzer, we have given our customers the ability to cost-effectively test components at low frequencies, while still providing them a full and flexible frequency upgrade path from the low to high frequency."
Evaluating impedance characteristics of various electronic components is crucial to ensuring the performance and reliability of electronic equipment. With the E5061B-005 option, the E5061B LF-RF network analyzer combines network analysis and impedance analysis functions in a single instrument. The E5061B-005 option works with all E5061B LF-RF network analyzer frequency options.
More information on the E5061B LF-RF network analyzer options is available at www.keysight.com/find/ena-lf.
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