Rohde & Schwarz NRP-Z92 Average Power Sensor, 6 GHz

Rohde & Schwarz NRP-Z92 Average Power Sensor, 6 GHz

The NRP-Z92 covers measurement ranges that are used in radio telecommunications (up to 6 GHz) as well as the important lower frequency bands (down to 9 kHz).
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Rohde & Schwarz NRP-Z92 Average Power Sensor Description

In EMC applications, usually only the average power is of interest. This is where the R&S NRP-Z92 average power sensor is the perfect fit. The NRP-Z92 covers measurement ranges that are used in radio telecommunications (up to 6 GHz) as well as the important lower frequency bands (down to 9 kHz). Users benefit from the excellent properties of the three-path diode power sensors, including a dynamic range of up to 90 dB, very low influence of the modulation on the measurement and outstanding impedance matching.

Rohde & Schwarz NRP-Z92 Features

  • Measurement range: -57 dBm - +33 dBm
  • Frequency range: 9 kHz to 6 GHz
  • N connector
  • Specially designed for EMC applications
  • Measurement of continuous average power
  • 90 dB dynamic range for CW and modulated signals
  • Low sensitivity to harmonics

Rohde & Schwarz NRP-Z92 Average Power Sensor Description

In EMC applications, usually only the average power is of interest. This is where the R&S NRP-Z92 average power sensor is the perfect fit. The NRP-Z92 covers measurement ranges that are used in radio telecommunications (up to 6 GHz) as well as the important lower frequency bands (down to 9 kHz). Users benefit from the excellent properties of the three-path diode power sensors, including a dynamic range of up to 90 dB, very low influence of the modulation on the measurement and outstanding impedance matching.

Rohde & Schwarz NRP-Z92 Features

  • Measurement range: -57 dBm - +33 dBm
  • Frequency range: 9 kHz to 6 GHz
  • N connector
  • Specially designed for EMC applications
  • Measurement of continuous average power
  • 90 dB dynamic range for CW and modulated signals
  • Low sensitivity to harmonics