- Flexible calibration types, compatible with multiple calibration kits
- Support complicated testing solutions with many windows, multiple channels and fast operation
- Multiple display types like logarithm amplitude, linear amplitude, standing-wave ratio, Smith chart etc..
- With USB, GPIB, LAN and VGA
- 12.1 inch 1280*800 high-resolution multi-point touch screen
- Record/Run, one-button operation simplifies measurement setup and improves working efficiency.
3672-S Series Vector Network Analyzers are consist of 3672A-S (10MHz ～ 13.5GHz), 3672B-S (10MHz ～ 26.5GHz) and 3672C-S (10MHz ～ 43.5GHz). 3672-S series reduce cost and enhance price-performance ratio but still maintain the same critical technical specifications with those of high performance instrument, such as sweep speed, dynamic range etc.. 3672-S series offer multiple calibration types including frequency response, single port, response isolation, enhanced response, full dual-port and E-cal. Multiple display types are embedded like logarithm amplitude, linear amplitude, standing-wave, phase, group delay, Smith chart, polar coordinates. Many standard interfaces are available including USB, LAN, GPIB, VGA etc.. They can precisely measure characteristics of amplitude-frequency, phase-frequency, and group delay and so on.
Flexible calibration types, compatible with multiple calibration kits
3672-S series can give you various calibration types, including guided calibration (auto Cal), non-guided calibration (using mechanical Cal kits for through response, through response and isolation calibration, single port calibration, enhanced response calibration, full dual-port SOLT calibration, TRL calibration), E-Cal. Different Cal kits can be selected, like coaxial calibration kits or E-Cal kits, according to actual measurement needs, to make measurement easy for devices of diversified interfaces.
Multiple windows display all measurement channels
The analyzers support up to 64 channels and display up to 32 measuring windows simultaneously, with up to 16 trace curves displayed in each window at the same time, allowing more visual observation and more convenient operation.