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Fullywired Eng.
Fullywired Eng. • Mar 5, 2006

Do u know this device ?!

hi people
I am currently working on a research, and I am using 8757A scalar Netwrok Analyzer, I was wondering if anyone has been dealing with this device ?!? I have been using it for a while, yet since there is no complete reference or manual, I have a couple fo questions about taking certain readings that it seems I can't find anyone to help me with !!! plz if u do, can u please tell me !! I need ur help !!
Regards !
rick • Mar 5, 2006
hi weird engg

are you using this model? although I haven't used it, I'll check with my professor. Have you tried contacting the vendor?

I doubt if anyone among our 300 friends has ever used the n/w analyser. 😀

I will get back to you asap.
Fullywired Eng.
Fullywired Eng. • Mar 5, 2006
yea, I am using it for sometime, an it is old !! 80 something ! ! well contacting the vendor is of no use !!! since it is old, I don't think that they still have anyone who is that experienced about this device !! thanks for the help ma8 ! 😉
Jerry • Mar 5, 2006
lol 😉

I agree with weird. some vendors totally suck when it comes to customer care. btw, I tried searching google for 8757A scalar Netwrok Analyzer to see if I could find something. but no use 😔

best of luck to weird for his research. [​IMG]

have you got ur queries answered?or still waiting ... let me know.
allester • Jun 14, 2006

Help.. I have necessary of the tutorial process automation and control
rick • Jun 14, 2006
here it is !

Hi allester !

Please start a new thread for a new topic 😀 , that makes search a bit easy to use.

here is the link that might help -

you should get all the information you need on this website.

Rick ! 😀
Ernesha • Apr 28, 2009
Measure insertion loss or gain, return loss, SWR, and power quickly and accurately.

  • 76dB dynamic range
  • Accurate swept power measurements (dBm)
  • 40dB directivity bridges available
  • Four independent display channels
  • Limit testing built in
  • Save/recall setup and cal data
  • Direct plotter or printer output
  • Requires External Source and Detector(s) and/or Bridge

This is the info of the device

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Kaustubh Katdare • Apr 28, 2009
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Is this network analyser by CISCO???
g_rakesh2 • Apr 28, 2009
is it network analyser by HP
if it is go here

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