Based on the serial numbers for the currently shipped miniVNA tiny analyzers, there are more than 1.000 devices out in the field.
In one of my lasts post I've shown some data about the generator output level of the miniVNAtiny.
Now I've received from S. Petrovich a much more detailled analysis of the output power level for a miniVNAtiny.
Gopan VU2XTO has done an amazing hack. He packaged an F4GOH VNA together with an RaspberryPI 3, an LCD touch display, a touch pad and a small OLED display in a little box and - voila his standalone VNA is ready to go.
Here a short description from Gopan how he did this - for any questionx regarding his solution, please contact him directly.
Some months ago Andrew Rich, VK4TEC and Geoff Robinson, VK4KJJ provided me a chart where they measured the generator output level over frequency:
They used a ROHDE & SCHWARZ NRP2 with an NRP-Z81 power sensor.