Re: Poor Quality 50 Ohm Load - Where to get accurate ones?
I used Pasternack as an example of what's available at a variety of retail price points. Not as a recommendation of what to buy.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
It was too much trouble to hunt through Keysight's website to look for loads, calkits, etc., but yes, they have them, and I think I'd trust them more than Pasternack.
On 8/16/20 8:17 AM, Dr. David Kirkby, Kirkby Microwave Ltd wrote:
On Fri, 14 Aug 2020 at 02:34, Jim Lux <email@example.com> wrote:On 8/13/20 5:52 PM, Glen Jenkins WB4KTF wrote:That’s true only if the reactance is zero.The 50 OHM load (SMA-Male) that came with my nanoVNA-H4 measures 51.13+ohms. Not a good start for calibration. Where is a good source for GOOD