The Lab

The Lab

The Adaptive Radiofrequency and Plasma Lab is located on the second floor of The University of Toledo’s North Engineering Building, in NE 2042. Our goal is to cover the research and educational needs in the broad areas of Applied Electromagnetics and Plasma Science. We have all major high-frequency measurement and gas set up equipment in our research lab, including:

  • Vector Network Analyzer (VNA): Agilent E8362C, 2 port, 10 MHz to 20 GHz
  • Spectrum Analyzer: Agilent E4440A PSA, 3Hz to 26.5 GHz
  • Analog signal generators: Agilent N5181A MXG, 100 kHz to 6 GHz (2)
  • High-Frequency Oscilloscope: Agilent DSA90604A, 6 GHz, 20 GSa/s, 4 Ch
  • Wideband USB Power Sensors: Keysight U2002A (50 MHz to 24 GHz), Keysight U2022XA (50 MHz to 40 GHz)
  • High-power amplifiers: Exodus AMP2070, Ophir 4046R, Ophir 5059, Ophir XRF383, ar50W1000A, ar200L, and HD18194
  • High-power measurement setup elements: RFH18XXSD100-D (DC-18GHz, 100W Attenuator), CF1020N (1-2 GHz, 100 W Circulator), ZCC17S-2-4-100A (2-4 GHz, 100W Circulator), ZDDC40N-2-6-50A (2-6 GHz, 50 W Dual Directional Coupler), ZGBDC30-372HP+ (0.38-3.7 GHz, 250 W Bi-Directional Coupler), RFT18100N2-D (DC-18 GHz, 100 W Termination)
  • High-power DC supplies
  • Gas setup including various gas cylinders, mass flow controllers, connections, adapters, etc.
  • Teledyne Princeton Instruments HRS-500SS Spectrometer system
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