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How to use network analyzer for TIA testing?

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Hello All,

I have a TIA chip with a simulated cut-off around 25MHz. How can I use a network analyzer for that TIA chip testing? Do you have any tutorial/links for that?

Also for testing at discrete frequencies, I use signal generator with a discrete resistance to convert input voltage to current however the resistance value varies with increasing frequencies...

So I wonder, can you recommend a reliable high frequency resistor?

Thanks,
 

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