Resonant Cavity Type Microwave Dielectrometer

Resonant Cavity Type Microwave Dielectrometer calculates dielectric properties from resonance changes in the resonant cavity. By just inserting a sample material in the cavity and following the multi-step wizard of the software, one can easily obtain desired quantities.

A sample setting of a resonant cavity for a flat panel
A sample setting of a resonant cavity for a flat panel (JIS-compliant 1641)
A sample setting of 2-10GHz resonant cavity
A sample setting of 2-10GHz resonant cavity (JIS-compliant C2565)

Features

  • Fast and accurate
  • Easy to operate
  • Stable

System components

There are two types of components: oscillator type and network analyzer type. The oscillator includes a microwave signal generator and a detecter, and serves as a substitute network, thereby eliminating the need of a costly network analyzer. The network analyzer type should be used with a network analyzer of your own.

Oscillator type consists of:
an oscillator, a measurement cavity, a customized software, and accessories.
(PC is not included)
Network analyzer type consists of:
a measurement cavity, a customized software, and accessories.
(Neither PC nor network analyzer is included)

Specifications

(Provisional Figures)

Frequency range 1 - 18GHz
Frequency point 1 frequency point per a resonator
Measurement range ε: 1 - 30   tanδ: 0.0001 - 0.1
Max. measurement error ε:±1% tanδ: ±5%
Sample Shape strip, square bar, thin film

FAQ

General

Q1. What is the resonant cavity type microwave dielectrometer ?

Q2. What are the system components of the synthesized sweep oscillator type and the network analyzer type ?

Q3. What is the measurement theory of this system?

Q4. What is the difference between this system and the conventional system ?

Q5. What is the tool to measure ?

Q6. How good is the accuracy ?

Materials to be tested

Q1. What are the requirements for the sample material ?

Q2. What are the limitations of the dielectric properties ?

Q3. Is it possible to try sample measurements ?

System Option

Q1. Which network analyzers can be used for the microwave dielectrometer?

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