Based on its recent analysis of the vector network analyzer (VNA) market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Copper Mountain Technologies (CMT) with the 2015 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership. CMT’s VNAs stand out for their high performance in a smaller form factor at much lower prices than existing mid-range network analyzers. While leading mid-range VNAs are too big, heavy, or expensive to be portable, CMT’s VNAs can be easily transported and deployed in remote locations.
As demand for vector network analyzers (VNAs) increases, Copper Mountain Technologies has hired two new employees to support the company’s growth. Masud Al Aziz and Rick Hollowell will both play strong roles when it comes to helping customers improve their radio frequency (RF) and microwave testing processes via the company’s affordable, lab-grade equipment.
Copper Mountain Technologies introduced a new series of high-performance vector network analyzers (VNAs) designed to efficiently handle advanced test applications at the 2015 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in Phoenix on May 17-22. The Cobalt series, which presently features the C1220 and C1209 models, offers an unmatched price-performance combination for S-parameter measurement between 100 kHz and 20 GHz.
Copper Mountain Technologies will unveil a new, high-performance vector network analyzer (VNA) series at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in booth 3424. The company will also demonstrate affordable, lab-grade instruments from each of its product lines during the symposium, which takes place May 17-22 at the Phoenix Convention Center.
804/1 is a 2-port, 2-path S-parameter vector network analyzer operating in the frequency range from 300 kHz to 8 GHz. The UI is implemented in a virtual format on an external PC via USB connection, providing a wide variety of analysis capabilities in the frequency and time domains as well as the frequency offset mode feature.
304/1 is a 2-port, 2-path S-parameter vector network analyzer designed for performing the full range of magnitude and phase measurements over the frequency from 300 kHz to 3.2 GHz. The UI is implemented in a virtual format via USB and delivers accurate measurement with a variety of standard features.