HP E1366A User Manual

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Safety Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Reader Comment Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Using This Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Multiplexer Module Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Typical Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Programming the Multiplexer Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Specifying SCPI Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Initial Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
2. Configuring the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Using This Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Warnings and Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Standard Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Tree Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Matrix-Type Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
3. Using the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Using This Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Multiplexer Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Switching Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Example: Standard Switching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Example: Matrix-Type Switching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Switching Channels Comments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Scanning Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Scanning Channels Comments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
4. Understanding the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Using This Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Scanning Channels Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Using Scanning Trigger Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Example: Scanning with External Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
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  • Page 1

    Initial Operation ........15 2. Configuring the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers ....17 Using This Chapter .

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Example: Scan Complete Interrupt ......36 5. HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference ....37 Using This Chapter .

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Replacement Strategy ....... . . 63 B. HP E1366A/E1367A Multiplexer Registers ......65 Register Definitions .

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    Notes HP E1366A/67A RF Multiplexers User’s Manual Contents...

  • Page 5: Warranty

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  • Page 6: Warnings, Safety Symbols

    Return the product to a Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office for service and repair to ensure that safety features are maintained. HP E1366A & E1367A RF Multiplexer Modules User’s Manual Documentation History Safety Symbols Alternating current (AC).

  • Page 7: Declaration Of Conformity

    European contact: Your local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office or Hewlett-Packard GmbH, Department HQ-TRE, Herrenberger Straße 130, D-71034 Böblingen, Germany (FAX +49-7031-143143). Declaration of Conformity .5kV Signal Lines Jim White, QA Manager HP E1366A & E1367A RF Multiplexer Modules User’s Manual...

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    Notes HP E1366A & E1367A RF Multiplexer Modules User’s Manual...

  • Page 9: Reader Comment Sheet

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    HP E1366A & E1367A RF Multiplexer Module User’s Manual...

  • Page 11: Using This Chapter, Multiplexer Module Description, Basic Operation

    Initial Operation ........Page 15 The HP E1366A 50 RF Multiplexer (2 x 4:1) and the HP E1367A 75 RF...

  • Page 12

    Figure 1-1. Multiplexers Switching Diagram Getting Started with the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Chapter 1...

  • Page 13: Typical Configuration, Programming The Multiplexer Module, Specifying Scpi Commands

    SCPI commands to be used. Guidelines to select SCPI commands for the RF multiplexers follow. See the appropriate HP B-size or C-size configuration guide for interface addressing and controller language information. This discussion applies to SCPI programming. See Appendix B, RF Multiplexers Registers, for information on multiplexer registers.

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    01. The card number with the next successive logical address is card number 02, and so on. See the HP B-size configuration guide for a definition of logical addresses.

  • Page 15: Initial Operation

    An example program follows which uses Hewlett-Packard BASIC and SCPI language to get you started using the RF multiplexers. The computer used in the example is an HP 9000 Series 200/300 (or equivalent) controller with HP BASIC as the program language. The computer interfaces to the mainframe...

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    Notes Getting Started with the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Chapter 1...

  • Page 17: Warnings And Cautions, Using This Chapter, Configuring The Hp E1366a/e1367a Rf Multiplexers

    1 A ac RMS. Maximum switching power is 24 W or 24 VA per channel or common. Maximum power per resistive termination is 1 W or 1 VA. Exceeding any limit may damage the module. Configuring the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Chapter 2 RF Multiplexers...

  • Page 18: Connecting User Inputs

    Caution Caution Connecting User Inputs Configuring the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers CENTER CONDUCTOR MAY SHORT TO SHIELD. Each channel’s center conductor may momentarily short to the shield when the channel is opened or closed. Use only resistive (50 or 75 ) or current-limited (<1 A) inputs with less than 0.1 F total capacitance.

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    Table 2-1. Hewlett-Packard BNC Cables Type Length coaxial 30 cm (12 in) 61 cm (24 in) 122 cm (48 in) coaxial 30 cm (12 in) 61 cm (24 in) Configuring the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Part Number 8120-1838 8120-1839 8120-1840 5062-6452 5063-0061...

  • Page 20: Typical Multiplexer Configurations, Standard Configuration

    Typical Multiplexer Configurations Standard Configuration Figure 2-2. Typical Standard Configuration Configuring the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Typical RF multiplexer configurations are: Standard configuration (2 x 4:1 multiplexer) Tree configuration (1 x 12:1 multiplexer) Matrix-type configuration (4:1 to 4:1 multiplexer) Figure 2-2 shows the standard configuration (2 x 4:1) for the RF multiplexers.

  • Page 21: Tree Configuration

    Keep cables as short as possible, especially between channel banks, to minimize delay. Figure 2-3. Typical Tree Configuration Chapter 2 Configuring the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers...

  • Page 22: Matrix-type Configuration

    0 (one “ row” ) can be connected to one channel in bank 1 (one “ column” ) at a time. Figure 2-4. Typical Matrix-Type Configuration Configuring the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Chapter 2...

  • Page 23: Changing Multiplexer Components

    Figure 2-5. RF Multiplexer Component Locations Chapter 2 As required, you can change the logical address switch setting, replace the protection fuses, change the interrupt priority jumper setting, or remove channel termination resistors. See Figure 2-5 for locations. Configuring the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers...

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    Notes Configuring the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Chapter 2...

  • Page 25: Multiplexer Commands, Using This Chapter, Switching Channels, Using The Hp E1366a/e1367a Rf Multiplexer Module

    (@ccnn:ccnn) for a set of channels where cc = card number, nn = channel number. Switching configurations include standard, matrix, and tree. See Chapter 2 for configuration details. Using the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Module Chapter 3 Description Close channels...

  • Page 26: Example: Standard Switching

    Example: Standard Switching Using the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Module This example connects channel 02 to com 00 of an RF multiplexer in standard configuration. The multiplexer is defined as a single-multiplexer switchbox instrument. See the following figure for typical user connections.

  • Page 27: Example: Tree Switching

    To make this connection, execute: CLOS (@112,212) To open the channels, use OPEN (@112,212) Figure 3-2. Tree Switching Using the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Module ! Connect com 10 of multiplexer #1 to channel 12 of multiplexer #2.

  • Page 28: Example: Matrix-type Switching, Switching Channels Comments

    Switching Channels Comments Using the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Module This example connects channel 13 to channel 01 of an RF multiplexer in matrix-type configuration. The multiplexer is defined as a single-module switchbox instrument. See the following figure for typical user connections.

  • Page 29: Scanning Channels, Example: Scanning Using Trig Out Port

    E1300A/E1301A Trig Out BNC port is connected to the instrument External Trigger In port. See the following figure for typical user connections. For this example, the mainframe and instrument are connected via HP-IB with mainframe address of 709 and instrument address of 722. The RF multiplexer is at logical address 120 (secondary address 15).

  • Page 30: Scanning Channels Comments

    Scanning Channels Comments Using the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Module Scan List Can Extend Across Boundaries. For multiple-multiplexer switchbox instruments, the scan list can extend across multiplexer boundaries. For example, for a two-multiplexer switchbox instrument, will scan all channels in both multiplexers.

  • Page 31: Scanning Channels Commands, Using This Chapter, Using Scanning Trigger Sources, Scanning With External Instruments

    The TRIG:SOUR HOLD OUTP HP E1300A/E1301A Trig Out or the HP E1405A/E1406A port. Figure 4-2 shows scanning trigger sources. Scanning RF multiplexer channels has the same effect as executing multiple CLOSe commands. Thus, scanning is useful when the outputs 7from a number of DUTs are to be measured with an instrument.

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    TRIG can be used to advance the scan for TRIG:SOUR BUS TRIG:SOUR HOLD. command is not functional when is set. TRIG:SOUR EXT Understanding the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers command. to enable NONE VOLT TRIG:SOUR IMM Figure 4-1. Scanning Channels Commands...

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    Can use TRIG command to trigger a switchbox set to TRIG:SOUR HOLD. Figure 4-2. Scanning Trigger Sources Understanding the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Advance Scan (TRIG) Can use TRIG command to ad- vance the scan list when switch- box is in TRIG:SOUR HOLD or TRIG:SOUR BUS.

  • Page 34: Example: Scanning With External Device

    Example: Scanning with External Device Understanding the HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers This example uses the HP E1300A/E1301A mainframe "Trig Out" port to synchronize the RF multiplexer channel closures to an external measurement device. See the figure below for typical user connections.

  • Page 35: Example: Scanning Using "trig Out" And " Event In" Ports

    See the figure below for typical user connections. For this example, the mainframe and instrument are connected via HP-IB with mainframe address of 709 and instrument address of 722. The RF multiplexer’s logical address is 120 (secondary address =120/8 =15).

  • Page 36: Using The Scan Complete Bit, Example: Scan Complete Interrupt

    STATus:OPERation[:EVENt]? When enabled by the STAT:OPER:ENAB 256 Bit will be reported as bit 7 of the Status register. Use the HP-IB Serial Poll or the IEEE 488.2 Common Command When bit 7 of the Status register is enabled by the...

  • Page 37: Command Types, Using This Chapter, Common Command Format, Scpi Command Format

    This chapter describes Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments (SCPI) and summarizes IEEE 488.2 Common (*) commands applicable to both RF Multiplexer modules. See the appropriate HP B-size or C-size configuration guide for additional information on SCPI and Common commands. This chapter contains the following sections.

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    Abbreviated Commands Implied Commands HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference command as shown below: ROUTe:SCAN:MODE? Colons separate the root command from the second-level command ) and the second level from the third level ( [ROUTe:]SCAN The command syntax shows most commands as a mixture of upper- and lowercase letters.

  • Page 39: Linking Commands

    TRIG:SOUR HOLD;*RST Linking Multiple SCPI Commands. Use both a semicolon ( ) between the commands. For example: ARM COUN 1;:TRIG:SOUR EXT HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference source > command > can be BUS, EXT, HOLD, or IMM. command. If you send the...

  • Page 40: Scpi Command Reference, Abort

    Stopping Scans Enabled from Interface: When a scan is enabled from the interface, use an interface HP E1301A front panel “ Reset Instr” or “Clear Instr” key to stop the scan. When the scan is enabled from the interface and the trigger source is TRIGger:SOURce BUS the HP E1301A front panel “...

  • Page 41: Count

    This example sets an RF multiplexer for 10 scans of channels 00 through 03. When the scan sequence completes, channel 03 is closed. ARM:COUN 10 SCAN (@100:103) INIT HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference allows scanning cycles to occur a INITiate command when sets 1 cycle and...

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    :COUNt? Parameters Comments Example HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference returns current number of scanning cycles set ARM:COUNt? [MIN | MAX] ARM:COUNt . The current number of scan cycles is returned when is not supplied. With returns 1 and returns 32767.

  • Page 43: Display, Monitor[:state]

    Chapter 5 subsystem monitors the channel state of a selected module DISPlay (or card) in a switchbox. This subsystem operates only with mainframes which have a display, such as the HP 75000 Series B Mainframe (HP E1301A). DISPlay :MONitor [:STATe] <...

  • Page 44: Monitor:card

    :MONitor:CARD Parameters Comments Example HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference number DISPlay:MONitor:CARD < switchbox to be monitored. Parameter Name Parameter Type < number > | AUTO numeric Selecting a Specific Module to be Monitored: Use the command to send the module number for DISPlay:MONitor:CARD the switchbox to be monitored.

  • Page 45: Initiate, Continuous

    Since set, use an interface clear command (such as INIT:CONT ON SCAN (@100:103) INIT HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference enables or disables continuous Range of Values ON | OFF | 1 | 0 INITiate:CONTinuous 1 command closes the TRIGger:SOURce command.

  • Page 46: Continuous, Immediate]

    :CONTinuous? Example [:IMMediate] Comments Example HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference queries the scanning state. With continuous INITiate:CONTinuous? scanning enabled, the command returns 1. With continuous scanning disabled, the command returns 0. Query Continuous Scanning State This example enables continuous scanning of a switchbox and queries the state.

  • Page 47: Output, State]

    OUTPut [:STATe] ON | OFF | 1 | 0 [:STATe]? OUTPut[:STATe] ON | OFF | 1 | 0 the rear panel of the HP E1300A/E1301A mainframe or the HP E1405A/E1406A module. OUTPut[:STATe] ON | 1 disables the port. OUTPut[:STATe] OFF | 0...

  • Page 48: Route:], Close

    [ROUTe:] Subsystem Syntax CLOSe Parameters Comments Example HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference subsystem controls switching and scanning operations for RF ROUTe multiplexer modules in a switchbox. [ROUTe:] channel_list CLOSe < > channel_list CLOSe? < > channel_list OPEN < >...

  • Page 49: Close, Open

    *RST Condition: All channels open. Opening Channels This example opens channels 100 and 213 of a two-module switchbox (card numbers 01 and 02). OPEN (@100,213) HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference returns the current state of the channel(s) > [ROUTe:]CLOSe command...

  • Page 50: Open

    OPEN? Comments Example HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference channel_list [ROUTe:]OPEN? < > queried. The channel_list is in the form (@ccnn) (see definition). The command returns 1 for channel(s) open or returns 0 for channel(s) closed. Query is Software Readback: The returns the current software state of the channels specified.

  • Page 51: Scan

    See Chapter 4, “ Example: Scanning With External Device” or “ Example: Scanning Using "Trig Out" and "Event In" Ports” for example scanning programs using external instruments. HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference defines the channels to be scanned. The Range of Values...

  • Page 52: Scan:mode

    SCAN:MODE Parameters Comments Example SCAN:MODE? Example HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference [ROUTe:]SCAN:MODE NONE | VOLT | RES | FRES the RF multiplexers. NONE VOLT operation. With FRES , the switch is set for “paired-channel” scanning. That is, when a channel in bank 0 is closed, the associated channel in bank 1 is simultaneously closed.

  • Page 53: Status, Operation[:event], Operation:enable

    8 of the Operation Status register is set to 1. Related Commands: [ROUTe:]SCAN Enabling Status Register Bit 7 STAT:OPER:ENAB 256 HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference returns the bit value of the Operation Status command. STATus:OPERation[:EVENt]? ! Returns the bit values of the Standard Operation Status register.

  • Page 54: System, Error, Cdescription, Ctype

    Parameter Name Parameter Type <number> numeric RF Multiplexers Module Description: SYST:CDESciption? < ” for the HP E1366A or “ Reading the Description of a Card #1 Module SYST:CDES? 1 SYSTem:CTYPe? < number > returns the module (card) type of a selected module in a switchbox.

  • Page 55: Cpon

    (relays) open. Note that modules in a switchbox, while in only the module (card) specified in the command. Setting Card #1 Module to its Power-on State SYST:CPON 1 HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference Range of Values 1-99 number command returns >...

  • Page 56: Trigger, Immediate]

    TRIGger Subsystem Syntax [:IMMediate] Comments Example HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference subsystem controls the triggering operation of RF multiplexer TRIGger modules in a switchbox. TRIGger [:IMMediate] :SOURce BUS | EXTernal | HOLD | IMMediate :SOURce? TRIGger[:IMMediate] causes a trigger to occur when the defined trigger...

  • Page 57: Source

    Using External Trigger Inputs: With selected, only one switchbox at a time can use the external trigger input at the HP E1300A/E1301A mainframe “ Event In” BNC port. The trigger input is assigned to the first switchbox that requested the external trigger source (with a command).

  • Page 58

    This example uses external triggering ( 00 through 03 of a single-module switchbox. The trigger source to advance the scan is the input to the “ Event In” BNC on an HP E1300A/E1301A is executed, the scan is started and channel 00 is mainframe.

  • Page 59: Ieee 488.2 Common Commands

    The following table lists the IEEE 488.2 Common (*) Commands that apply to the RF Multiplexer module. The operation of some of these commands is described in Chapter 4 of this manual. For information on Common Commands, refer to the HP B-size configuration guide or the ANSI/IEEE Standard 488.2-1987. Description Returns identification string of the switchbox.

  • Page 60: Command Quick Reference

    Reset *TRG Bus Trigger *TST? Self-Test HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexers Command Reference The following tables summarize SCPI and IEEE 488.2 Common (*) commands for the RF Multiplexer modules used in a switchbox. SCPI Commands Quick Reference Description Abort a scan in progress.

  • Page 61: Specifications

    VXIbus Interface Capability: Slave, Interrupter, A16, D16 Interrupt Level: 1-7, selectable Power Requirements: Voltage Peak module current, IPM (A): Dynamic module current, IDM (A): Watts/Slot: HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Specifications Appendix A Specifications <100MHz <500MHz <1.3GHz <0.7 <1.5 <3.0 <-80 <-60...

  • Page 62

    65% 0 to 40 C Operating Temperature: 0 to 55 C Storage Temperature: - 40 to 75 C EMC, RFI, Safety: meets FTZ1046/1984, CSA556B, IEC348, UL1244 Net Weight (kg): Typical Return/Loss VSVR Typical Insertion Loss HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Specifications Appendix A...

  • Page 63: Relay Life, End Of Life Detection, Replacement Strategy

    The sensitivity of the application should be weighed against the cost of replacing relays with some useful life remaining. Relays that wear out normally or fail due to misuse should not be considered defective and are not covered by the product’s warranty. HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Specifications...

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    Notes HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Specifications Appendix A...

  • Page 65: Register Definitions

    Write* Read * Write "1" closes channel, write "0" opens channel b +0A Write* Appendix B The HP E1366A and HP E1367A RF multiplexers are register-based slave devices. Register definitions are: ID Register Undefined Manufacturer ID =Hewlett-Packard A16 only register-based...

  • Page 66: Addressing The Registers, Reading The Registers, Id/device Type Registers, Status/control Register, Channel Enable Registers

    To read or write to specific registers, you must use the register address. Since the addresses for HP 75000 Series B or Series C plug-in modules are A00 through A15, use the VME A16 mnemonic for the address space. The address space within the mainframe/command module memory map depends on the mainframe/command module used.

  • Page 67: Writing To The Registers, Status/control Register, Channel Enable Registers

    Only one channel per bank can be closed at a time. Any bit pattern not shown in Register Defintions at the beginning of this chapter, results in the lowest-numbered channel being closed. HP E1366A/E1367A Multiplexer Registers ) is to bit 0. and base + A...

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    HP E1366A/E1367A Multiplexer Registers Appendix B...

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    Sending a command to a module (card) in a switchbox that is not supported by the module or switchbox. Sending a command requiring a channel list without the channel list. HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Error Messages Appendix C Messages channel_list...

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    HP E1366A/E1367A RF Multiplexer Error Messages Appendix C...

  • Page 71: Hp E1366a/67a Rf Multiplexers User's Manual

    ROUTe:CLOSe, 37, 48, 60 ROUTe:CLOSe?, 49, 60 ROUTe:OPEN, 49, 60 ROUTe:OPEN?, 50, 60 ROUTe:SCAN, 37, 51, 60 ROUTe:SCAN:MODE, 52, 60 ROUTe:SCAN:MODE?, 37, 52 SCPI, 13, 37 STATus:OPERation:ENABle, 36, 53, 60 STATus:OPERation[:EVENt]?, 36, 53, 60 HP E1366A/67A RF Multiplexers User’s Manual Index Index...

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    CPON, (SYSTem:CPON), 55 CTYPe?, (SYSTem:CTYPe?), 54 DC Performance, 61 Declaration of conformity, 7 DISPlay, 43 DISPlay subsystem, 43 - 44 HP E1366A/67A RF Multiplexers User’s Manual Index DISPlay:MONitor:CARD, 44, 60 DISPlay:MONitor[:STATe], 60 Documentation history, 6 DUT, 29, 31 defined, 22...

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    66 Registers addressing, 66 definitions, 65 reading channel enable, 66 reading device type, 66 reading ID type, 66 reading status/control, 66 status, 36 types of multiplexer modules, 66 writing to, 67 HP E1366A/67A RF Multiplexers User’s Manual Index...

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    SOURce?, (TRIGger:SOURce?), 58 Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments see SCPI Commands, 13 Standard Switching, example of, 26 STATe, (OUTPut[:STATe]), 47 HP E1366A/67A RF Multiplexers User’s Manual Index STATe?, (OUTPut[:STATe]?), 47 Status Register, 36 STAtus subsystem, 53 STATus:OPERation:ENABle, 36, 53, 60...

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