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250T8G18 Microwave Amplifier, 7.5 - 18 GHz, 250 W. Self contained,
forced air cooled, broadband traveling wave tube (TWT) microwave amplifier designed for
applications where instantaneous bandwidth and high gain are required. A reliable TWT
provides a conservative 250 watts minimum at the amplifier output flange.
Keysight N9918A FieldFox Combo Analyzer, 26.5 GHz (Cable, Antenna,
Spectrum, VNA). Equipped to handle routine maintenance, deep troubleshooting and anything
in between. The N9918A FieldFox delivers high-quality measurements wherever you need
N9923A FieldFox Vector Network Analyzer, 2 MHz - 4 GHz or 6 GHz.
Benchtop VNA, and now provides the world's most accurate handheld VNA, the FieldFox RF
Vector Network Analyzer (N9923A). It provides the best measurement stability in the industry,
0.01 dB/°C and offers the world's first integrated QuickCal calibration capability
available in a handheld VNA.
PCTEL SeeGull IBflex Scanning Receiver. In-building
and small cell testing. With the IBflex, you can quickly identify and solve problems
that obstruct network performance using the IBflex's comprehensive testing capability.
Perform walk tests more efficiently with its array of features tailored for indoor use.
Its enhanced measurements, including Wi-Fi and evolved Multimedia Broadcast Multicast
Services (eMBMS), can be used to improve coverage and capacity, maximize customer satisfaction,
and increase the long-term revenue potential of in-building wireless networks.
Hioki PW3198 Power Quality Analyzer. Measure
all waveforms of power, harmonic, and error events simultaneously. When a problem occurs
with the equipment or system on your site, the Hioki PW3198 will help you detect the
cause of the problem early and solve it quickly.
At Axiom Test
Equipment we provide high-quality services and affordable solutions such as test
equipment rental, test equipment sales, and test equipment repair. These examples of
test equipment specials are a very small sample of our extensive stock available for
rental or for purchase. Axiom Test Equipment can also perform repair and calibration
of your gear. Contact us today with your needs.
Why Rent Equipment from Axiom?
Get equipment without a capital budget
Tax benefits - the expense of a rental can be deducted immediately
Protects you against product obsolescence
Save time and money with quick delivery
Try equipment out before committing a lot of money to a purchase
Save time and money on maintenance costs (which are the responsibility of the rental
About Axiom Test Equipment
Get Exactly What You Need. Rent - Buy -
Repair - Trade-In
Established in 2005, Axiom Test Equipment strives to continually improve itself and
offer the best value for its customers. We offer our customers several practical, efficient
and cost effective solutions for their business or projects' test equipment needs. Whether
you need to rent &
buy test equipment,
repair test equipment, sell or trade equipment, we are committed to providing superior
customer service and high quality electronic test equipment.
At Axiom Test Equipment we provide several services. We
test and measurement equipment. We also sell test equipment. If you have a piece
of malfunctioning or broken test equipment we also have an in-house repair lab. For anyone
seeking a way to offload their surplus or obsolete equipment, we offer a trade-in program
or we can buy the equipment from you.
We stock a comprehensive inventory of equipment and can use our extensive network
to find you those hard to get items. We believe in getting equipment to you quickly and
at a competitive price.
Axiom Test Equipment 2610 Commerce Way Vista, CA 92081 Phone:
(760) 806-6600 Web: www.axiomtest.com
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