VE3WI Dave
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USEFUL METHODS FOR YOUR VNA 2022-04-08, 02:22:39 4
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USEFUL METHODS FOR YOUR VNA Amateur Radio » Builders
Repair Construction Questions
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I know several members have purchased one of those cute little nanoVNAs.  They are a powerful design and diagnosis tool.  I found an article which describes practical techniques for using a VNA for various tasks, like measuring inductors & capacitors, characterizing filters & chokes, etc.

The article is based on using a different VNA (MiniVNA) and its PC software, but the techniques apply equally to the nanoVNA & its NanoSaver PC software.

Here is a link to the article, which I found on DXZone.com  https://www.nonstopsystems.com/radio/fra...f-page.htm

In my first post I had attached the original article.  That violated the author's copyright, which we should not do.  The copyright gives permission for personal use only, not re-publication.

I apologize for the mess.

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Dave, VE3WI