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Offline szoftveresTopic starter

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How good is the SV4401A or SV6301A handheld VNA?
« on: May 27, 2024, 06:56:05 pm »
I'm on the market for a cheap VNA with adjustable output power level down to at least -30dBm and interested in any bad experience with either of these VNAs - there's a groups.io thread about some battery related start-up issues and PC connection related problems, wondering if there are any more gotchas.

(RF/Microwave topic might be more successful in terms of getting responses for this question, but heck, let's stick to the rules)
 

Offline KeBeNe

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Re: How good is the SV4401A or SV6301A handheld VNA?
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2024, 12:06:58 am »
Hi,

I have an SV4401A, it has no problems with the battery, the software connection also works, but I rarely use the software.
I am delighted with the device, up to 3Ghz very good, above that with less dynamic range.

So here the device runs very stable, for the price (at that time) about 330€ with shipping fully in order.
 
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