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Deepace KC901V 6.8GHz handheld network analyzer review, teardown and experiments

Posted on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 in Teardowns by DP

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Teardown and analysis of Deepace KC901V 6.8GHz handheld network analyzer from the The Signal Path:

In this episode Shahriar reviews the Deepace KC901V 6.8GHz handheld network analyzer. This battery-powered instrument is an RF multi-instrument integrating VNA, spectrum analyzer, field strength meter, and a low-frequency signal generator. It can also perform signal port vector measurement and 2-ports simple vector network analyzing (S11, S21).

More details at The Signal Path homepage.

Check out the video after the break.

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