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Copper Mountain Technologies Multiport USB VNAs up to 16 Ports.

Indianapolis, Indiana, June 20, 2022 - Copper Mountain Technologies (IMS 2022 Booth #10036) is excited to announce the unveiling of its Multiport USB VNAs during IMS2022 in Denver, Colorado. SN5090 vector network analyzers are a competitively priced, versatile multiport solution with excellent dynamic range and measurement speed available in 6-, 8-, 10-, 12-, 14-, and 16-port configurations.

The SN5090 VNAs are an organic extension of the Compact VNA family. This enables the full complexity of VNA measurements, a streamlined calibration process, and reduced test times.

The SN5090 hardware can fit a 19" rack and utilizes robust, durable port connectors with ergonomic positioning for simplified cable connection. SN5090 features CMT's next-generation software that delivers an intuitive and contemporary user interface compatible with both Linux and Windows OS. The SN5090 VNAs enable dependable and accurate testing of various DUTs: multiport antennas, integrated circuits, switches, interconnects, cable assemblies, diplexers, etc. Relevant applications include telecommunications, automotive, satellite, aerospace, defense, and many other industries that require multiple input/output components.

"With built-in differential measurement capabilities, this product will enhance the design and production of next-generation HDMI and USB cables for consumer goods and high bandwidth data for automotive and aerospace applications," explained CMT's Senior RF Engineer SME, Brian Walker who spoke about how the Multiport VNA solution will benefit users. "Full Far End and Near End crosstalk can be quickly and easily measured between any two of four twisted pairs in cable assemblies such as HDMI or shielded automotive cable bundles. Simplifying the evaluation of multiple RF channel phases for beam-steering applications."

A live demonstration of the SN5090-16 will be on display in CMT's booth (10036) throughout IMS2022 exhibition on June 21-23.

 

About Copper Mountain Technologies

Copper Mountain Technologies develops innovative RF test and measurement solutions for engineers worldwide. Our development and production teams create solutions that enable RF and Microwave engineers to extend their reach through access to lab-grade instruments at affordable prices. Our world-class metrology and engineering resources work as an extension of your team. Copper Mountain Technologies is based in Indianapolis, IN, with sales offices in Singapore, London, and Miami.

Copper Mountain Technologies provides vector network analyzers for thousands of clients in close to 100 countries around the world. Our VNAs include an RF measurement module and a software application that runs on an external PC laptop or tablet, and connects to the measurement hardware via USB interface. Users can take advantage of the latest operating systems, processing power, larger displays, and reliable performance of an external PC while realizing a lower total cost of ownership and simplified maintenance. The result is a faster, more effective test process that fits into the modern workspace.

 

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Copper Mountain Technologies
631 East New York Street
Indianapolis, IN  46202 | USA

Phone: 1-317-222-5400

Web: www.coppermountaintech.com

 

 

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