What you read with antuinos In-Out direct connected is base
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If you base is -21 and you get a reading of -26dbm then your loss is
I wish I has an antuino 30-40 years back!
At 16/10/2019, you wrote:
Hi Raj, yesterday when I tried
to join the Antuino group I got the answer that my email was already
added. But apparently I am not receiving the emails.
The version I have was built in late August and It showed values if I
remember right (I have not it here right now) - 19 or - 21db depending on
frequency. It is clear to me how to plot and see the readings on
different frequencies but I cannot see how to measure the insertion
losses eg. Maybe I have just to study the whole messages I missed on the
Il 16/ott/2019 13:18, "Raj vu2zap"
rajendrakumargg@...> ha scritto:
- Join us on the antuino group..
- Set your center freq, select SNA mode.
- Connect filter input to the top (antuino OUT) connecter and filter
out to bottom (antuino IN) connector.
- click Plot.
- The plotted graph has a cursor at the center, you can move the cursor
with the knob
- and take readings at different spots.
- At 16/10/2019, you wrote:
- I mean the loss in db within the passband of the filter. Or a loss in
- Il 16/ott/2019 12:17, "iz oos via Groups.Io"
firstname.lastname@example.org> ha scritto:
- Hello Folks, finally Antuino knocked to my door! I have played with
it plotting bandpass and notch filters. Nice and practical, however how
do I determine the loss of my filters in terms of db using Antuino? Can
you provide a simple example so I can get the trick?