Currently NISM only works with the S2VNA s/w application which supports all Copper Mountain 2-port VNAs. The R60 is a 1-port VNA and utilizes the RVNA s/w application. There is a slight difference in the command set between S2 and R, and therefore NISM does not work with the RVNA application at this time.
The start frequency of the R60 is 1 MHz, and Picotest always wanted to go down to the low kHz range, so we don't know how effective the R60 will be for the NISM applications.
It would work fine for high frequency applications, but not for VRM'S.