Pasternack Offers General Purpose VNA Calibration Kits with Latest Specifications

By CIOReview | Thursday, August 6, 2015
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IRVINE, CA: Pasternack, a manufacturer and supplier of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products has expanded its portfolio to offer new 50 and 75 Ohm versions of general purpose Vector Network Analyzer calibration.

These new kits are specially designed for fine-tuning and calibrating sensitive test equipments in engineering labs and production environments. Pasternack’s calibration kits are efficient and accurate with durability.

The newly released general purpose VNA calibration kits come in three economical versions. It includes a 50 ohm 3.5mm calibration kit up to 26.5 GHz, a 3.5mm kit up to 8.5 GHz and a 75 ohm Type-F calibration kit operating to 3 GHz. These new kits complement the company’s existing models which include a 3.5mm kit operating to 26.5 GHz (PE5500-KIT) and a Type-N kit operating to 18 GHz (PE5501-KIT).

Each of these calibration kits include the necessary Short Circuits, Open Circuits, Loads and Thru (SOLT) components required for proper testing. The kits are in compliance with the 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm network analyzers provided by the industry’s top providers like Agilent, Rohde & Schwarz, Anritsu and Copper Mountain. These equipments are packed inside wooden box for safety.

“A properly calibrated VNA allows for precise characterization of RF and microwave components and our new calibration kits provide the precision components needed to perform accurate user calibrations,” says Steve Ellis, Interconnect Product Manager at Pasternack.

Pasternack is a certified manufacturer and supplier that offer the industry’s largest selection of passive and active RF, microwave and millimeter wave products available. Pasternack is committed to providing unequaledproduct availability, same-day shipment,qualityand service to its customers. Every Pasternackemployee is committed to providing defect-free products and quality services by knowing the requirements of their job and doing their work “right the first time”.