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List Price for a new COPPER MOUNTAIN TECHNOLOGIES C1220, $38,995.00   COPPER MOUNTAIN TECHNOLOGIES C1220   Description / Specification:   Spec Sheet 
COPPER MOUNTAIN TECHNOLOGIES C1220 20 GHz Vector Network Analyzer

The Copper Mountain Technologies C1220 Cobalt 20 GHz Vector Network Analyzer uses advanced electromagnetic modelling to optimize it's ultra-wideband directional coupler design. By incorporating new production methods for precision air strip lines, these directional couplers have extraordinary stability, both over temperature and over very long intervals of time. Cobalt’s hybrid dual-core DSP+FPGA signal processing engine, combined with new frequency synthesizer technologies, propel Cobalt’s measurement speed to among the most advanced instruments in the industry, and well past the achievements of any cost-competitive products. It's measured parameters are S11, S21, S12, S22 and absolute power of the reference and received signals at the port. With up to 16 independent logical channels: each logical channel is represented on the screen as an individual channel window. A logical channel is defined by such stimulus signal settings as frequency range, number of test points, or power level. Specifications. Frequency Range: 0.1 MHz to 20 GHz. Impedance: 50 ohm. Test port connector: NMD 3.5 mm male. Number of test ports: 2. Full CW Frequency: ±2x10^–6. Frequency Setting Resolution: 1 Hz. Number of Measurement Points: 1 to 500,001. Measurement Bandwidths(with 1/1.5/2/3/5/7 steps): 1 Hz to 1 MHz. Dynamic Range (IF bandwidth 10 Hz): 133 dB. Test Port Directivity (without system error correction): 20 dB. Test Port Output Match (without system error correction): 18 dB. Test Port Output Power Range: -60 dBm to +10 dBm (10 MHz to 5 GHz), -60 dBm to +5 dBm (5 GHz to 14 GHz), -60 dBm to 0 dBm (14 GHz to 20 GHz). Test Port Output Power Accuracy: ±1.5 dB. Power Resolution: 0.05 dB. Test Port Input Match (without system error correction): 18 dB. Test Port Input Damage Level: +26 dBm. Test Port Input Damage DC Voltage: 35 V. Test Port Input Noise Floor: -133 dBm/Hz (10 MHz to 5 GHz), -138 dBm/Hz (5 GHz to 14 GHz), -143 dBm/Hz (14 GHz to 20 GHz). Measurement Speed, Start 0.1 MHz to 20 GHz, Number of points: 1601, IF bandwidth 1 MHz, Full two-port calibration: 32 ms.


Standard Calibration $525.00 *
*This is a Web introductory price for one calibration of the COPPER MOUNTAIN TECHNOLOGIES C1220. Price does not in most cases include measurement performance data. Pricing does include NIST traceable calibration and issue of a calibration certificate and calibration label. Pricing may vary slightly due to volume and location of laboratory supporting calibration. Volume pricing may apply. On-site fees may apply depending on logistics, location and volume of work to be completed during the visit.

Related RF Terms and Definitions. For a complete list go to our  Terms and Definitions Page.

Average Power
Average power means that the energy transfer rate is to be averaged over many periods of the lowest frequency involved. For a CW signal, the lowest frequency and highest frequency are the same, so average power and power are the same. For an amplitude modulated wave, the power must be averaged over many periods of the modulation component of the signal as well.

A harmonic of a wave is a component frequency of the signal that is an integer multiple of the fundamental frequency, i.e. if the fundamental frequency is f, the harmonics have frequencies 2f, 3f, 4f, . . . etc.

Phase Noise
Phase noise is the frequency domain representation of rapid, short-term, random fluctuations in the phase of a waveform, caused by time domain instabilities. Phase noise (L(f)) is typically expressed in units of dBc/Hz, representing the noise power relative to the carrier contained in a 1 Hz bandwidth centered at a certain offsets from the carrier.


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