Graphical Impedance Antenna Analyzer Review/Demo
MFJ VNA Antenna Analyzer covers 1 to 230 MHz, 1Hz resolution.
•Frequency sweep plots: SWR, Impedance, Resistance, Reactance,Phase Angle, Complex Return Loss, Smith Chart
New MFJ-226 introduces the MFJ Times Technology series of advanced Antenna Analyzers!
This groundbreaking VNA antenna analyzer — MFJ-226 Antenna Expert — delivers OSL calibration and true reactance including its sign from 1 MHz to 230 MHz with 1-Hz frequency resolution!
Incredibly Powerful MFJ-226 is the first and only low-cost handheld VNA(Vector Network Analyzer) to feature OSL(open/short/load) calibration for super accuracy and sign of reactance to positively identify inductive or capacitive reactance.
These two features, normally only found on lab instruments, place incredible diagnostic power in the palm of your hand.
With it, you`ll measure impedance plus many other critical load parameters directly or through a feed-line or test cable with exceptional accuracy, correcting for line loss and phase angle.
Single Frequency Mode
Store OSL Calibrations
Fits Your Hand Perfectly
Easy-to-read Backlit LCD
Use two AA batteries
3 1/4W x 6 1/2H x 1D inches.
Looks, Feels, Performs Like a Professional Instrument
MFJ-226 has both the hefty feel and advanced performance of a professional field-service instrument costing hundreds or even thousands of dollars more.
If you`ve ever wished for the accuracy and flexibility of a professional-grade S11 VNA without the boat-anchor packaging and prohibitive price, your search ends here. The MFJ-226 pulls together the latest advances in RF technology and delivers them to you at a price you can`t afford to pass up!
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