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HP 83620A User Handbook Manual

HP 83620A User Handbook Manual (508 pages)

8360 Series Synthesized Sweepers  
Brand: HP | Category: Blower | Size: 6.19 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents14................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Chapter32................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Used In Examples32................................................................................................................................................................
L-l. The Hp 83620a Synthesized Sweeper33................................................................................................................................................................
Display Area34................................................................................................................................................................
Display34................................................................................................................................................................
Entry Area35................................................................................................................................................................
Rotary Knob35................................................................................................................................................................
L-3. Entry Area35................................................................................................................................................................
Cw Operation And Start/stop Frequency Sweep36................................................................................................................................................................
Cw Operation36................................................................................................................................................................
Start/stop Frequency Sweep36................................................................................................................................................................
Center Frequency/span Operation38................................................................................................................................................................
Power Level And Sweep Time Operation40................................................................................................................................................................
Power Level Operation40................................................................................................................................................................
Sweep Time Operation40................................................................................................................................................................
Marker Operation45................................................................................................................................................................
L-10. Power Sweep And Power Slope Operation50................................................................................................................................................................
L-l. Keys Under Discussion In This Section51................................................................................................................................................................
Externally Leveling The Synthesizer51................................................................................................................................................................
Am On/off 100%/v52................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling With Detectors/couplers /splitters53................................................................................................................................................................
L-11. Alc Circuit Externally Leveled53................................................................................................................................................................
External Leveling Used With The Optional Step Attenuator56................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling With Power Meters57................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling With A Power Meter57................................................................................................................................................................
Mm-wave Source Module Leveling58................................................................................................................................................................
Mm-wave Source Module Leveling Using A Microwave Amplifier59................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A User Flatness Array Automatically64................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A User Flatness Array67................................................................................................................................................................
Scalar System Configuration73................................................................................................................................................................
L-22. Automatically Characterizing And Compensating For A Detector77................................................................................................................................................................
L-23. Decision Tree For Alc Bandwidth Selection80................................................................................................................................................................
Save User Preset84................................................................................................................................................................
L-25. A Simplified Command Tree98................................................................................................................................................................
L-26. Proper Use Of The Colon And Semicolon100................................................................................................................................................................
L-27. Simplified Sweep Command Tree101................................................................................................................................................................
Reading Instrument Errors105................................................................................................................................................................
Example Programs106................................................................................................................................................................
Example Program106................................................................................................................................................................
Description106................................................................................................................................................................
Program Listing106................................................................................................................................................................
L-28. Voltage Controlled Oscillator Test106................................................................................................................................................................
Program Comments107................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Commands And Responses109................................................................................................................................................................
In This Subsection109................................................................................................................................................................
Program Message Syntax109................................................................................................................................................................
Subsystem Command Syntax110................................................................................................................................................................
Common Command Syntax110................................................................................................................................................................
L-30. Simplified Subsystem Command Syntax110................................................................................................................................................................
Response Message Syntax111................................................................................................................................................................
Simplified Common Command Syntax111................................................................................................................................................................
Scpi Data Types112................................................................................................................................................................
Parameter Types112................................................................................................................................................................
Numeric Parameters112................................................................................................................................................................
Extended Numeric Parameters113................................................................................................................................................................
Discrete Parameters114................................................................................................................................................................
Boolean Parameters114................................................................................................................................................................
Response Data Types114................................................................................................................................................................
Real Response Data114................................................................................................................................................................
Integer Response Data115................................................................................................................................................................
Discrete Response Data115................................................................................................................................................................
String Response Data115................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Typical Measurements116................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Example Programs116................................................................................................................................................................
Use Of The Command Tables117................................................................................................................................................................
Local Lockout Demonstration, Example Program 2119................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Typical Sweep, Example Program 3120................................................................................................................................................................
Queries, Example Program 4122................................................................................................................................................................
Saving And Recalling States, Example Program 5123................................................................................................................................................................
Looping And Synchronization, Example Program 6125................................................................................................................................................................
Using The User Flatness Correction Commands Example Program 8128................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Status System131................................................................................................................................................................
Condition Register131................................................................................................................................................................
L-33. Generalized Status Register Model131................................................................................................................................................................
Transition Filter132................................................................................................................................................................
Event Register132................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Register132................................................................................................................................................................
An Example Sequence132................................................................................................................................................................
L-34. Typical Status Register Bit Changes133................................................................................................................................................................
Programming The Trigger System134................................................................................................................................................................
Generalized Trigger Model134................................................................................................................................................................
Overview134................................................................................................................................................................
Details Of Trigger States135................................................................................................................................................................
Inside The Idle State135................................................................................................................................................................
L-35. Generalized Trigger Model135................................................................................................................................................................
Inside The Initiate State136................................................................................................................................................................
L-37. Inside The Initiate State136................................................................................................................................................................
Inside Event Detection States137................................................................................................................................................................
Inside The Sequence Operation State139................................................................................................................................................................
Common Trigger Configurations139................................................................................................................................................................
The Init Configuration139................................................................................................................................................................
L-39. Inside The Sequence Operation State139................................................................................................................................................................
The Trig Configuration140................................................................................................................................................................
L-40. The Init Trigger Configuration140................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Triggering In The Hp 8360 Series Synthesizers141................................................................................................................................................................
The Trig Trigger Configuration141................................................................................................................................................................
L-42. Hp 8360 Simplified Trigger Model141................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Trigger Configurations142................................................................................................................................................................
Trigger Keyword Definitions142................................................................................................................................................................
Abort143................................................................................................................................................................
Immediate143................................................................................................................................................................
Odelay143................................................................................................................................................................
Source143................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents144................................................................................................................................................................
The International Institute Of Electrical And Electronics Engineers144................................................................................................................................................................
Hewlet T-packard Company144................................................................................................................................................................
Am On/off Ext161................................................................................................................................................................
Amp1 Markers162................................................................................................................................................................
Analyzer Status Register164................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Fill Incr168................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Fill Start170................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Fill Stop170................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Track171................................................................................................................................................................
Center=marker174................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Fault174................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Memory175................................................................................................................................................................
Clear Point176................................................................................................................................................................
Connectors176................................................................................................................................................................
C-l. Auxiliary Interface Connector179................................................................................................................................................................
C-l. Pin Description Of The Auxiliary Interface180................................................................................................................................................................
C-2. Hp-ib Connector And Cable181................................................................................................................................................................
C-3. Interface Signals Of The Source Module Connector183................................................................................................................................................................
Copy List185................................................................................................................................................................
Corpair Disable185................................................................................................................................................................
Coupling Factor186................................................................................................................................................................
Cw/cf Coupled187................................................................................................................................................................
Deepam189................................................................................................................................................................
Delay Menu189................................................................................................................................................................
Delete All190................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Current191................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Undef192................................................................................................................................................................
Delta Mkr Ref193................................................................................................................................................................
Disp Status193................................................................................................................................................................
D-l. Mnemonics Used To Indicate Status194................................................................................................................................................................
Doubler Amp Mode Off196................................................................................................................................................................
Dwell Coupled197................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Fill %pts207................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Menu207................................................................................................................................................................
F-2. User Flatness Correction Table As Displayed By The Synthesizer209................................................................................................................................................................
F-3. The Sources Of Alc Calibration Correction Data210................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Am Rate227................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Am Waveform Noise227................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Am Waveform Ramp228................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Am Waveform Sine228................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Am Waveform Square229................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Am Waveform Triangle229................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Fm Rate230................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Fm Waveform Noise231................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Fm Waveform Ramp231................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Fm Waveform Sine232................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Fm Waveform Square232................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Fm Waveform Triangle233................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Menu233................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Pulse Generator Period234................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Pulse Generator Rate235................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Pulse Generator Width235................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Pulse Mode Auto236................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Pulse Mode Gate236................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Pulse Mode Trigger237................................................................................................................................................................
Invert Input237................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling Modenormal239................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling Modesearch239................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling Pointextdet240................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling Pointmodule241................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling Pointpwrmtr241................................................................................................................................................................
Line Switch242................................................................................................................................................................
Listmenu242................................................................................................................................................................
List Mode Pt Trigauto245................................................................................................................................................................
List Mode Pt Trigbus245................................................................................................................................................................
List Mode Pt Trigext246................................................................................................................................................................
M-l. Alc Block Diagram259................................................................................................................................................................
M-2. Power Accuracy Over The Am Dynamic Range262................................................................................................................................................................
M-3. Fm Deviation And Rate Limits264................................................................................................................................................................
M-4. Alc Block Diagram266................................................................................................................................................................
M-5. Pulse Modulation System266................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Language Analyzr286................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Language Ciil286................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Language Scpi287................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Delay Normal288................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Menu290................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Period294................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Rate294................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Rise Timefast295................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Width296................................................................................................................................................................
Pwrmtr Range297................................................................................................................................................................
Scpi Conformance Information302................................................................................................................................................................
Scpi Command Summary312................................................................................................................................................................
S-l. Hp 8360 Scpi Command Summary317................................................................................................................................................................
Security Menu356................................................................................................................................................................
Selftest (full)357................................................................................................................................................................
Setatten357................................................................................................................................................................
Softwarerev358................................................................................................................................................................
S-l. Connections Required For A Two-tone Scalar Network Analyzer Measurement System363................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages389................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications407................................................................................................................................................................
Equipment Supplied426................................................................................................................................................................
Options Available426................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation For Use427................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements427................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cable428................................................................................................................................................................
Language Selection430................................................................................................................................................................
How To View Or Change A Language Selection From The Front Panel430................................................................................................................................................................
How To Select A Language On A Synthesizer Without A Front Panel430................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ib Address Selection431................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel Hp-ib Switch431................................................................................................................................................................
Factory-set Hp-ib Addresses431................................................................................................................................................................
How To View Or Change An Hp-ib Address From The Front Panel432................................................................................................................................................................
How To Prevent A Front Panel Change To An Hp-ib Address432................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set The Hp-ib Address On A Synthesizer Without A Front Panel432................................................................................................................................................................
Mating Connectors432................................................................................................................................................................
Mhz Frequency Reference Selection And Warmup Time432................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Environment433................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Kits434................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mount Slide Kit (option 806)434................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Procedure434................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mount Slide Kit Contents434................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Side Straps And Feet435................................................................................................................................................................
Chassis Slide Kit436................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Flange Kit For Synthesizers With Handles Removed (option 908)437................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mount Flanges For Synthesizers With Handles Removed438................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Flange Kit For Synthesizers With Handles Attached (option 913)439................................................................................................................................................................
Rack Mount Flanges For Synthesizers With Handles Attached440................................................................................................................................................................
Storage And Shipment441................................................................................................................................................................
Environment441................................................................................................................................................................
Package The Synthesizer For Shipment442................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Operation444................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility444................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Operation444................................................................................................................................................................
Instrument Preset Conditions444................................................................................................................................................................
System Connections445................................................................................................................................................................
The Hp 8510 Network Analyzer445................................................................................................................................................................
The Hp 8757c/e Scalar Network Analyzer446................................................................................................................................................................
The Hp 83550 Series Millimeter-wave Source Modules446................................................................................................................................................................
The Hp 8970b Noise Figure Meter446................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling With Mm-wave Source Modules446................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Operation447................................................................................................................................................................
Language Compatibility447................................................................................................................................................................
Network Analyzer Language447................................................................................................................................................................
Test And Measurement System Language447................................................................................................................................................................
Control Interface Intermediate Language447................................................................................................................................................................
Converting From Network Analyzer Language To Scpi447................................................................................................................................................................
Numeric Suffixes448................................................................................................................................................................
Status Bytes448................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Language Comparison449................................................................................................................................................................
Preliminary Check455................................................................................................................................................................
Main Check456................................................................................................................................................................
Peaking456................................................................................................................................................................
Tracking456................................................................................................................................................................
Routine Maintenance457................................................................................................................................................................
How To Replace The Line Fuse457................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Fan Filter458................................................................................................................................................................
How To Clean The Cabinet459................................................................................................................................................................
How To Clean The Display Filter459................................................................................................................................................................
Change B462................................................................................................................................................................
Modulation464................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse464................................................................................................................................................................
Change A466................................................................................................................................................................
Alc Bandwidth Selection483................................................................................................................................................................
General Status Register Model484................................................................................................................................................................
Doubler Amp Mode Auto487................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ib Check, Example Program 1493................................................................................................................................................................
Listener495................................................................................................................................................................
Talker506................................................................................................................................................................
Controller506................................................................................................................................................................
Remote506................................................................................................................................................................
Output506................................................................................................................................................................
Amplitude Modulation508................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse Modulation508................................................................................................................................................................
Zoom508................................................................................................................................................................

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