Agilent U2002A USB Average Power Sensor

The Agilent U2002A Average Power Sense offers power analysis up to 24 GHz and outputs from a USB connection. The U2002A is equipped with internal zeroing, preventing the user from having to power-off the DUT or disconnect the sensor between measurements. Calibration, temperature, and linearity correction data has been pre-entered on an internal EEPROM. Triggering can be derived internally from an RF signal or controlled externally via TTL input. The sensor can be rented alone or, if being used for source power calibration, with one of three Keysight PNA network analyzers also available from CMC’s Equipment Rental Program.

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What’s Included

  • Agilent U2002A Power Sensor
  • USB Cable
  • BNC (m) to SMB (f) Trigger Cable
  • Disc with Manuals and Software

System Specifications​

  • 50 MHz to 24 GHz Frequency Range
  • -60 dBm to +20 dBm Power Range
  • 30 Maximum SWR
  • ±4.0% Power Accuracy
  • SMB (m) Trigger Port


  • Wireless Communication
  • Radar Pulse Measurements
  • Component Test
  • VNA Source Power Calibration

Rent from CMC​

  • Request this equipment on a short-term loan basis.
  • Click here to complete the rental application.

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