The R&S ZNLE makes vector network analyzer measurements as easy as ABC: easy to configure, easy to
calibrate, easy to measure. The renowned high-quality design, an innovative user interface and its compact
size make the R&S ZNLE ideal for basic VNA applications.
The R&S ZNLE is a two-port vector network analyzer that can be used for bidirectional measurements of S-parameters S11, S21, S12 and S22 on passive components.
Configuring the R&S ZNLE requires only three decisions:
1. Choose the frequency range
2. Decide whether you need a GPIB interface
3. Decide whether you need to perform time domain analysis or distance-to-fault measurements
The analyzer is available with a frequency range of 100 kHz to 3 GHz (R&S ZNLE3 with R&S ZNLE-B100
option), 100 kHz to 4.5 GHz (R&S ZNLE4 with R&S ZNLE-B100 option) or 100 kHz to 6 GHz (R&S ZNLE6
with R&S ZNLE-B100 option). The optional GPIB interface lets you connect a controller to remotely control the
As a standalone instrument, the R&S ZNLE does not require an external PC to configure the setup. You can start measuring immediately after you switch on the instrument. The time domain analysis option (R&S ZNL-K2) and distance-to-fault measurements option (R&S ZNL-K3) enhance the R&S ZNLE with essential features for general purpose testing.
► Frequency range from 100 kHz to 3 GHz, 100 kHz to 4.5 GHz or 100 kHz to 6 GHz
► Two-port vector network analyzer with a full S-parameter test set for bidirectional measurements on passive components
► Wide dynamic range of up to typ. 120 dB
► Measurement bandwidths from 1 Hz to 500 kHz
► Fast measurements, i.e. 8.7 ms for 401 points (100 kHz IFBW, 200 MHz span, correction off)
► Compact size (depth of 24 cm) and low weight (6 kg)
► Standalone instrument with 10.1″ WXGA touchscreen
► Windows 10 operating system