[SI-LIST] : Re: microwave radiation due to network analyzers

ERIC-CS_CHOW@HP-Malaysia-om1.om.hp.com
Fri, 22 May 1998 16:06:51 +0800

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Hi Tan Hin,
Hem..I don't think the VNA's power is higher than my Ericsson GSM
phone (1.8GHz, > +20dBm). You could check it out how much power you
are using by going into the source power control menu of the 8719C.

So far no one complain about this, even in HPM. Anyway, let consult
my AE.

Chin Soon,
Any comments?

Regards,
Eric Chow

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Subject: microwave radiation due to network analyzers
Author: Non-HP-tat.hin.tan (tat.hin.tan@intel.com) at HP-Malaysia,mimegwklmail
Date: 5/21/98 5:17 PM

Hi Eric,
I'm just wondering if there is any safety hazard due to any
radiation emission from microwave probes connected to the network
analyzer? I've been using an HP8719C and usually operate it in the
50MHz-8GHz frequency range.
If I'm not wrong, microwave oven freq is ~2GHz. Does that mean
that when I'm doing frequency characterization work on the VNA, I'm
slowly being cooked? What is the usual power range for the HP8719C? Is
there any safety qualification for these microwave instruments?


rgrds,
Tat Hin
Intel Test Tooling Operations Penang

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