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Product number: ELE005197


The NanoVNA-H is a portable 10 kHz - 1.5 GHz vector network analyser designed to measure reflection and transmission coefficients of equipment without the need for a large analyser. The analyser has a 2.8" touch-screen that can show the measurements in 101 points. Furthermore, the NanoVNA-H has a built in 650 mAh battery and can be connected to an android phone or PC via USB(-C). Both an WebApp for google chrome and an Android app are available controlling the analyser and displaying measurements.

There are many different versions in circulation, we sell the original NanoVNA-H by Hugen. The designer of this NanoVNA-H has made an elaborate Wiki page with all guide steps and more information. You can find this page here.

The NanoVNA-H4 with 3.95" touch-screen can be found here.


Bandwidth 10 kHz - 1.5 GHz
Measurement range 70dB (50kHz-300MHz)
60dB (300MHz-900MHz)
40dB (0.9GHz-1.5GHz)
Port SWR < 1.1
Frequency tolerance < 2.5 ppm
Frequency stability < 0.5 ppm
Amount of scan points 101
Battery Built-in 650 mAh battery
Interface USB type-c
Display 2.8" Touch-screen TFT LCD (320x240)
Dimensions 58.7 x 91.3 x 17.1 mm
Caution! The NanoVNA only works with MicroSD cards <32GB.


The NanoVNA-H comes by default with:

  • USB type-c cable
  • 2x 20 cm SMA MALE to MALE RG174 RF cable
  • SMA MALE calibration kit OPEN
  • SMA MALE calibration kit SHORT
  • SMA MALE calibration kit LOAD
  • SMA FEMALE to FEMALE connector
  • Type-c to Type-c cable

Pros and cons

  • Usable and inexpensive portable vector network analyser
  • Can be operated from a PC/phone (android)
  • Relatively small frequency bandwidth


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Review by JM 
Posted on 16/03/2022
The device itself appears to be of good quality, however, the supplied USB cable was defective in a "tricky way" so that it allowed the device to be seen by the computer but not to transfer data.

Ease of use review is due to this as it took some time to find out that this was the reason why it wouldn't connect to the computer.