DIY Vector Network Analyzer Kit

Mini-Circuits & Vayyar Imaging

The first of the University Project kits, UVNA-63, includes all the elements students need to build a fully functioning vector network analyzer, develop S-parameter algorithms and perform real-time measurements of 2-port RF devices. The kit comprises Vayyar’s high performance transceiver chip with a variety of RF components from Mini-Circuits along with control software, and a development environment for Python and MATLAB®. The project addresses a gap in most RF curricula between classroom theory and the sophisticated equipment engineers use in the lab to perform complex measurements with the push of a button. 



Coffee Can RadarCoffee Can Radar Course

MIT Open Courseware

Build a Small Radar System Capable of Sensing Range, Doppler, and Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging while learning about the various components needed to assemble and program this coffee can radar system.

Learn More