How To Measure 5ns Rise/Fall Time On An RF Pulsed Power Amplifier By Agilent Technologies
Rise/fall time is one of the key measurement parameters when designing, manufacturing, or maintaining pulsed radar power amplifier systems, especially for wideband pulse power amplifiers. Learn how to achieve 5 nanosecond rise/fall time RF pulse measurement with the 8990B peak power analyzer by reading this application note. This article also includes tips on how to consistently obtain accurate rise/fall time measurement results.
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JFW’s 100-watt fixed attenuators are pushing the limits of RF performance all the way to 6 GHz. The 50HFP-XXX-100 operates from DC to 6 GHz while dissipating 100 watts of continuous RF power (no liquid-cooling or forced-air required).
The RFCA3302 is a GaAs Amplifier ideal for applications involving broadband cable, CATV distribution, drop amplifiers, and more. This datasheet contains additional information on applications, as well as information on features, specifications, typical performance curves, linearity and noise figure data, and more.