operation up 1 km (3,280 ft), and telephone modem operation over
any distance. HP Sales and Service offices can provide additional
information on the HP-IB extenders.
The codes next to the HP-IB connector, illustrated in Figure C-2,
describe the HP-IB electrical capabilities of the synthesizer, using
IEEE Std. 488-1978 mnemonics (HP-IB, GP-IB, IEEE-488, and
translate as follows:
Source Handshake, complete capability.
Acceptor Handshake, complete capability.
Talker; capable of basic talker, serial poll, and
unaddress if MLA.
Talker, Extended address; no capability.
Listener, capable of basic listener, and unaddress if
Listener, Extended address; no capability.
Service Request, complete capability.
Remote Local, complete capability.
Parallel Poll, no capability.
Device Clear, complete capability.
Device Trigger, complete capability.
Controller capability options; CO, no capabilities;
Cl, system controller; C2, send IFC and take charge
Electrical specification indicating open collector
document, published by The Institute of Electrical and Electronic
Engineers, Inc., 345 East 47th Street, New York, New York 11017.
SOURCE MODULE INTERFACE sends and receives digital and
analog signals to and from an HP 83550-Series millimeter-wave
source module. With the source module connected, the synthesizer
assumes the characteristics of the source module. Refer to
for more information.