Rohde & Schwarz Champions GORE PHASEFLEX Test Assemblies

W. L. Gore & Associates announces that Rohde & Schwarz (R&S) is endorsing GORE PHASEFLEX Microwave/RF Test Assemblies for use with its new R&S ZNBT20 multi-port VNA. The R&S ZNBT20 from Rohde & Schwarz is reportedly the first true multiport vector network analyzer in the microwave range with up to 16 integrated test ports. The unique hardware architecture from the R&S ZNBT8 has been extended to 20 GHz. This allows users to characterize multiple devices under test in parallel and thus increase throughput tremendously. The R&S ZNBT offers the high measurement performance of a two-port network analyzer at each of its test ports.

 

To address the demanding requirements of high-density and modular test instruments for wireless devices and aerospace systems, Gore has introduced GORE PHASEFLEX Microwave/RF Test Assemblies, Type 0N – the smallest, lightest, most internally ruggedized assembly on the market today for modular, multi-port, and multi-site test applications. Gore’s high-density test assemblies ensure consistent, repeatable measurements with stable electrical performance up to 50 GHz.

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For more information, visit http://gore.com/electronics

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