What is the correct way to connect a crystal or ceramic resonator to a network analyzer so as to be able to measure the series and parallel resonate frequencies?
Should non-attenuated probes be used? Assuming that the input and output of the analyzer is 50ohms, can the crystal be connected as follows?
If the Analyzer has a high-impedance input or if I were to manually plot this with a signal generator and an oscilloscope, should there be a 50ohm resistor between the right side of the crystal and ground?
The series and parallel resonant frequencies will be used to calculate the motional perimeters (Lm and Cm) of the crystal.
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