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Topic: What are the difference between universal, average power, and thermal sensors? 
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What are the difference between universal, average power, and thermal sensors? 
T35tIama on 4/10/2010 3:54:00 PM

re:What are the difference between universal, average power, and thermal sensors? Best Answer!
Universal and Average sensors Measures average power, have the widest dynamic range, are best at measurement resolution (pW) but they typically only meausre from 10MHz to 18GHz
Crankshaft on 4/12/2010 2:43:00 PM

re:What are the difference between universal, average power, and thermal sensors? Best Answer!
Thermal Sensors also Measures average power but the Dynamic range is not as wide but they are the most accurate tpe of sensor. They have only average measurement resolution (uW) but they do measure all the way from DC to 18/40GHz
Crankshaft on 4/12/2010 2:55:00 PM

re:What are the difference between universal, average power, and thermal sensors?  
Do you know the model nubers for the Rohde and Schwarz line of Universal, Average and Thermal sensors?
T35tIama on 4/12/2010 5:01:00 PM

re:What are the difference between universal, average power, and thermal sensors?  
Universal and Average sensors models are Rohde & Schwarz (Z11, Z21, Z22, Z23, Z24, Z91) and the R&S thermal sensor models are (Z51, Z55)
Crankshaft on 4/13/2010 3:34:00 PM


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