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HP 37717C Calibration Manual

HP 37717C Calibration Manual (399 pages)

Communications Performance Analyzer  
Brand: HP | Category: Test Equipment | Size: 2.68 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty22................................................................................................................................................................
Responsibilities Of The Customer23................................................................................................................................................................
Certification24................................................................................................................................................................
Assistance24................................................................................................................................................................
Notice24................................................................................................................................................................
Restricted Rights Legend24................................................................................................................................................................
Instruments Covered By Manual25................................................................................................................................................................
Storage And Shipment25................................................................................................................................................................
Repackaging For Shipment25................................................................................................................................................................
Weight And Dimensions26................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions For The Operator27................................................................................................................................................................
Lifting/carrying The Hp 37717c27................................................................................................................................................................
Using Both Arms To Lift Instrument27................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Symbols28................................................................................................................................................................
Operators Maintenance29................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning29................................................................................................................................................................
Cabinet Cleaning29................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Connector Cleaning29................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Fuse Replacement30................................................................................................................................................................
Statement Of Compliance31................................................................................................................................................................
Australian Emc Regulations31................................................................................................................................................................
Noise Declaration (german)31................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Compatibility32................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Discharge32................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity33................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications34................................................................................................................................................................
Unframed Pdh (option Ukk)34................................................................................................................................................................
Structured Pdh (options Ukj, Ukl)35................................................................................................................................................................
Ds1/ds3/e1/e3 Structured Test Interfaces (option 110)38................................................................................................................................................................
Dsn/pdh Receiver39................................................................................................................................................................
Sdh Module: Option Us140................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-1/stm-4 Optical Interface: Option Uh255................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-1/stm-4 Optical Interface: Option Uru55................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-1/stm-4 Optical Interface (1310 Nm) With Stm-4 Overhead Option Ukt56................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-1/stm-4 (1310/1550 Nm) Optical Interface With Stm-4 Overhead Option Usn57................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-0/stm-1/stm-4 Optical Interface (1310 Nm) With Stm-4c Overhead Option 13159................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-0/stm-1/stm-4 Optical Interface (1310/1550 Nm) With Stm-4c Overhead Option 13061................................................................................................................................................................
Sdh Binary Interface (option 0yh)63................................................................................................................................................................
Measurements And Analysis75................................................................................................................................................................
Sdh (option Us1)78................................................................................................................................................................
Jitter (options Uhn, A1m, A1n, A1p, A3l, A3v And A3n)83................................................................................................................................................................
Atm Measurement (option Ukn)83................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Test Equipment88................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Inspection90................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Environment91................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation For Use92................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements92................................................................................................................................................................
Fuses92................................................................................................................................................................
Fuse Replacement92................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Power Supply93................................................................................................................................................................
Line Voltage Selector Switch93................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cord94................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Network95................................................................................................................................................................
All Connectors95................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Interface Connectors95................................................................................................................................................................
Optical Interface Connectors99................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Product Classification99................................................................................................................................................................
Laser Warning Symbols100................................................................................................................................................................
Swedish And Finnish Labels101................................................................................................................................................................
Location Of Laser Apertures On Options 130 And 131102................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Optical Connectors103................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Accessories104................................................................................................................................................................
Base-t Lan Connection Radiated Emissions104................................................................................................................................................................
Hewlett-packard Interface Bus105................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ib Address Selection106................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Precautions For Service Engineers107................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions107................................................................................................................................................................
Esd Precautions107................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Tests110................................................................................................................................................................
Calibration Cycle110................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Required115................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure116................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Offsets117................................................................................................................................................................
Pdh Transmitter Output (ukk, [usb], Ukj, [usa]118................................................................................................................................................................
Description119................................................................................................................................................................
Kb/s Balanced Output120................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s Balanced Output123................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s Unbalanced Output123................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Pdh Transmitter Outputs (options Uhc, [us6])131................................................................................................................................................................
Kb/s Output Pulse132................................................................................................................................................................
Kb/s Additional Outputs Delay133................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s Output Pulse134................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s Additional Output Delay136................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s Additional Outputs Delay140................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Outputs Delay At 139.264 Mb/s143................................................................................................................................................................
Pdh Frame Analysis (options Ukk, [usb])144................................................................................................................................................................
Option Ukk, [usb] Unstructured Pdh145................................................................................................................................................................
Option Ukj, [usa] Structured Pdh145................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s Frame Analysis146................................................................................................................................................................
Pdh Receiver Equalization (options Ukk, [usb], Ukj, [usa Ukl, [usc], Ukn, [use])152................................................................................................................................................................
Kb/s153................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s154................................................................................................................................................................
Pdh Receiver Monitor Levels (options Ukk, [usb])156................................................................................................................................................................
Specification156................................................................................................................................................................
Spdh Receiver Monitor Levels (options Ukj, [usa], Ukl, [usc Ukn, [use])159................................................................................................................................................................
External 2mb/s Mux/demux (options Ukj, [usa], Ukn, [usa])164................................................................................................................................................................
External 2mb/s Demux (options Ukl, [usc])171................................................................................................................................................................
Pdh Error Output (options Ukk, [usb])180................................................................................................................................................................
Error Output Signal181................................................................................................................................................................
Pdh Frequency Measurement And Looped Clock (options Ukk Usb], Ukj, [usa], Ukl, [usc], Ukn, [use])182................................................................................................................................................................
External Mts Clock (options Us1, [us5], A1t, [a1u], A3r [a3s 120)191................................................................................................................................................................
External Mts - 2mhz Clock191................................................................................................................................................................
External Mts - 2mhz Data192................................................................................................................................................................
Bits 1.5 Mb/s (option 120 Only)192................................................................................................................................................................
External - Mts 64k Clock193................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-1 Rx193................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-1 Receiver Monitor Input (options Us1, [us5])200................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-1 Optical Interface (option Uh1)207................................................................................................................................................................
Specification (transmitter)207................................................................................................................................................................
Specification (receiver)207................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-1/stm-4 Optical Interface (option Uh2)210................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-1/stm-4, 1550nm Optical Interface (option Uru)213................................................................................................................................................................
Stm-1/stm-4 Optical Interface (options Ukt, Usn)218................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure Option Ukt And Usn220................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure Option Usn Only222................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure Option 130 And 131227................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure Option 130 Only230................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitted Jitter Amplitude Accuracy (option Uhk)234................................................................................................................................................................
Pre-adjustment Setup235................................................................................................................................................................
Jitter Generation241................................................................................................................................................................
Amplitude Range241................................................................................................................................................................
External Jitter242................................................................................................................................................................
Wander Generation242................................................................................................................................................................
Wander Timing Reference Input242................................................................................................................................................................
External Jitter Modulation Input242................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitted Pdh Jitter Amplitude Accuracy On Range 1245................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitted Pdh Jitter Accuracy On Range 10248................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitted Sdh Jitter Accuracy On Ranges 1 & 10250................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitted Sdh Jitter Accuracy On Range 50252................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitted Pdh Jitter Accuracy On Range 80253................................................................................................................................................................
External Jitter Generation254................................................................................................................................................................
Received Jitter Accuracy (options Uhn, [us9], A1m [a1q], A1n A1r], A1p [a1s], A3l [a3m], A3v [a3w], A3n [a3p])258................................................................................................................................................................
Received Jitter Accuracy Procedure259................................................................................................................................................................
Hit Count260................................................................................................................................................................
Demodulated Jitter Output261................................................................................................................................................................
Wander/slips Measurement (options Uhn, [us9], A1m [a1q], A1n A1r], A1p [a1s], A3l [a3m], A3v [a3w], A3n [a3p])262................................................................................................................................................................
Timing Reference Input262................................................................................................................................................................
Wander Measurement262................................................................................................................................................................
Jitter Receiver Stm-1 Optical Interface (options A1n, [a1r], A3v A3w])271................................................................................................................................................................
Jitter Receiver Stm-1/stm-4 Optical Interface (options A1p, [a1s A3n [a3p])274................................................................................................................................................................
Pdh Binary Interfaces (option Uh3, [us7])277................................................................................................................................................................
External Clock Thresholds278................................................................................................................................................................
External Clock Mark To Space Ratio281................................................................................................................................................................
Etsi/ansi Internal Transmitter Clock Rates (option Ukz)285................................................................................................................................................................
Ds3 Frequency Accuracy285................................................................................................................................................................
E1 (2.048mb/s) Frequency Accuracy286................................................................................................................................................................
E3 (34.368mb/s) Frequency Accuracy286................................................................................................................................................................
Ds1 Frequency Accuracy287................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s Positive Pulse289................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s Negative Pulse290................................................................................................................................................................
Dsx-3 Positive Pulse294................................................................................................................................................................
Dsx-3 Negative Pulse295................................................................................................................................................................
Dsx-1 Positive Pulse296................................................................................................................................................................
Dsx-1 Negative Pulse297................................................................................................................................................................
Etsi/ansi Receiver Equalization (option Ukz)299................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s Equalization299................................................................................................................................................................
Ds3 Equalization301................................................................................................................................................................
Ds1 Equalization302................................................................................................................................................................
Etsi/ansi Receiver Monitor Levels (option Ukz)303................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s 20db Monitor304................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s 26db Monitor305................................................................................................................................................................
Mb/s 30db Monitor305................................................................................................................................................................
Ds3 20db Monitor307................................................................................................................................................................
Ds3 26db Monitor307................................................................................................................................................................
Ds1 20db Monitor308................................................................................................................................................................
Ds1 26db Monitor309................................................................................................................................................................
Ds1 30db Monitor309................................................................................................................................................................
Trigger Output (option Ukz)310................................................................................................................................................................
Trigger Pulse310................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Sonet Transmitter Clock (option313................................................................................................................................................................
Etsi/ansi Transmitter Output Level And Waveshape (option330................................................................................................................................................................
Performance Test Record346................................................................................................................................................................
Etsi / Ansi Equivalent Terms376................................................................................................................................................................
Current / Previous Terminology378................................................................................................................................................................
Testing388................................................................................................................................................................
Jitter Transmitter Module Calibration389................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment389................................................................................................................................................................
Jitter Transmitter Calibration Procedure390................................................................................................................................................................

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HP 37717C User Manual

HP 37717C User Manual (200 pages)

Communications Performance Analyzer  
Brand: HP | Category: Measuring Instruments | Size: 1.44 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Pdh Transmit Interface13................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Pdh Transmit Binary Interface15................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Sonet Transmit Interface17................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Jitter Transmit Interface20................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Wander Transmit Interface21................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Physical Transmit Interface For Atm Payloads23................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Sonet Thru Mode25................................................................................................................................................................
Using Autosetup27................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Pdh Receive Interface29................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Pdh Receive Binary Interface31................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Sonet Receive Interface32................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Jitter Receive Interface34................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Physical Receive Interface For Atm Payloads36................................................................................................................................................................
2 Selecting Test Features38................................................................................................................................................................
Using Transmit Overhead Setup39................................................................................................................................................................
Using Receive Overhead Monitor41................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Overhead Trace Messages43................................................................................................................................................................
Generating Overhead Sequences44................................................................................................................................................................
Using Receive Overhead Capture46................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Frequency Offset To Sonet Signal48................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Frequency Offset To The Pdh Signal50................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Signaling Bits51................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Transmit Structured Payload/test Signal (options Ukj Or54................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Receive Structured Payload/test Signal56................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Telephone Handset58................................................................................................................................................................
N X 56 Kb/s) Structured Payload/test Signal59................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Receive N X 64 Kb/s (n X 56 Kb/s) Structured Payload/test Signal61................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting An External Pdh Payload/test Signal63................................................................................................................................................................
Dropping An External Payload/test Signal65................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Atm Cell Stream Payload67................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Atm Cell Stream Timing Distribution68................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Atm Cell Stream Headers And Interface69................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Errors & Alarms At The Sonet Interface70................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Errors & Alarms To The Pdh Interface/pdh Payload71................................................................................................................................................................
Using Feac Codes In The Hp 37717c73................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Atm Errors And Alarms76................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Pdh Spare Bits77................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Pointer Adjustments78................................................................................................................................................................
T1.105/gr-253 Pointer Sequences Explained80................................................................................................................................................................
Using Pointer Graph Test Function86................................................................................................................................................................
Stressing Optical Clock Recovery Circuits88................................................................................................................................................................
Generating Automatic Protection Switch Messages89................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting & Dropping Data Communications Channel90................................................................................................................................................................
3 Making Measurements92................................................................................................................................................................
Using Overhead Ber Test Function93................................................................................................................................................................
Test Timing94................................................................................................................................................................
Making Sonet Analysis Measurements95................................................................................................................................................................
Making Pdh Analysis Measurements96................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Jitter98................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Wander100................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Frequency102................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Optical Power103................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Round Trip Delay104................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Signaling Bits106................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Service Disruption Time108................................................................................................................................................................
Performing An Sonet Tributary Scan110................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Sonet Alarm Scan112................................................................................................................................................................
Performing A Pdh Alarm Scan114................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Atm Measurement Parameters115................................................................................................................................................................
Making Atm Measurements117................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Cell Transfer Delay And Cell Delay Variation118................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring Atm Non-conforming Cells And One-point Cell Delay Variation120................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Atm Alarms121................................................................................................................................................................
4 Storing, Logging And Printing122................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Graphics Results To Instrument Store123................................................................................................................................................................
Recalling Stored Graph Results124................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Bar Graph Display126................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Graphics Error And Alarm Summaries128................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Graph Displays130................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Results131................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Results To Parallel (centronics) Printer134................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Results To Hp-ib Printer135................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Results To Internal Printer136................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Results To Rs-232-c Printer137................................................................................................................................................................
Printing Results From Disk138................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting An Hp Deskjet Printer To A Parallel Port139................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Internal Printer Paper140................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Internal Printer Print Head143................................................................................................................................................................
Storing Configurations In Instrument Store145................................................................................................................................................................
Storing Current Configurations On Disk146................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Title For Configurations In Instrument Store147................................................................................................................................................................
Recalling Configurations From Instrument Store148................................................................................................................................................................
Formatting A Disk149................................................................................................................................................................
Labeling A Disk150................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Files And Directories On Disk151................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Descriptors To Disk Files155................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Graphics Results To Disk156................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Data Logging To Disk158................................................................................................................................................................
Recalling Configuration From Disk159................................................................................................................................................................
Recalling Graphics Results From Disk160................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Configuration From Instrument Store To Disk161................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Configuration From Disk To Instrument Store162................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Graphics Results From Instrument Store To Disk163................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A File On Disk165................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Directory On Disk166................................................................................................................................................................
Renaming A File On Disk167................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Directory On Disk168................................................................................................................................................................
6 Selecting And Using "other" Features170................................................................................................................................................................
Coupling Transmit And Receive Settings171................................................................................................................................................................
Suspending Test On Signal Loss172................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Time & Date173................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Keyboard Lock174................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Beep On Received Error175................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Analysis Control176................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Error Threshold Indication177................................................................................................................................................................
Dumping Display To Disk178................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Screen Brightness And Color180................................................................................................................................................................
Running Self Test181................................................................................................................................................................
7 Sts-1 Spe Background Patterns186................................................................................................................................................................
8 Etsi/ansi Terminology188................................................................................................................................................................
Etsi/ansi Conversion And Equivalent Terms189................................................................................................................................................................
HP 37717C Configuration Manual

HP 37717C Configuration Manual (12 pages)

Hewlett-Packard Communications Performance Analyzer Configuration Guide  
Brand: HP | Category: Test Equipment | Size: 0.32 MB
Table of contents
Configuration Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Example Configurations4................................................................................................................................................................
Communications Performance Analyzer5................................................................................................................................................................
Module Interworking6................................................................................................................................................................
Other Options And Accessories12................................................................................................................................................................

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