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HP 83752 User Manual

HP 83752 User Manual (282 pages)

Synthesized Sweepers  
Brand: HP | Category: Blower | Size: 2.21 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents15................................................................................................................................................................
Performing The Operator's Check24................................................................................................................................................................
To Run The Full Self-test26................................................................................................................................................................
To Check The Maximum Leveled Power30................................................................................................................................................................
To Check The Output Power31................................................................................................................................................................
If You Have A Problem33................................................................................................................................................................
If The Self-test Fails33................................................................................................................................................................
If The Maximum Leveled Power Check Fails34................................................................................................................................................................
Externally Leveling The Sweeper35................................................................................................................................................................
Power36................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling With Detectors/couplers/splitters37................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Diode Detector Response At 25 "c39................................................................................................................................................................
External Leveling With The Option 1el Step Attenuator40................................................................................................................................................................
See Also40................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling With A Power Meter41................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling With Millimeter-wave Source Modules (option 1ee Only)43................................................................................................................................................................
Millimeter-wave Source Module Leveling43................................................................................................................................................................
Millimeter-wave Source Module Leveling Using A Microwave44................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A Stepped Sweep46................................................................................................................................................................
Generating A Millimeter Signal48................................................................................................................................................................
Using Millimeter Heads With "b" Model50................................................................................................................................................................
(high Power) Sweepers50................................................................................................................................................................
Using Millimeter Heads With "a" Model (standard Power) Sweepers52................................................................................................................................................................
Creating User Flatness Arrays54................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A User Flatness Array56................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up The Sweeper57................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up The Power Meter58................................................................................................................................................................
To Start The User Flatness Cal58................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A User Flatness Array For Use In A Scalar Analysis Measurement60................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up The Analyzer60................................................................................................................................................................
To Reactivate The Hp 8757 System Interface62................................................................................................................................................................
Operating A Master/slave Setup63................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up The Master Sweeper67................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up The Slave Sweeper68................................................................................................................................................................
Front/rear Panel Connectors73................................................................................................................................................................
Sweeper Connectors - Rear Panel73................................................................................................................................................................
Bnc Connectors74................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-pin Connectors77................................................................................................................................................................
Auxiliary Interface77................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Output Connector84................................................................................................................................................................
Display85................................................................................................................................................................
Sweeper Display85................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Display86................................................................................................................................................................
Marker/sweep/status And Power Display87................................................................................................................................................................
Annunciators88................................................................................................................................................................
Sweeper Display And Led Annunciators88................................................................................................................................................................
Hp-ib Lang/address Switch92................................................................................................................................................................
Instrument Language Switch Settings93................................................................................................................................................................
Knob95................................................................................................................................................................
Equivalent Scpi Commands95................................................................................................................................................................
Line Power Switch96................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cables98................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cable And Line (mains) Plug Part Numbers99................................................................................................................................................................
Instrument State Keys100................................................................................................................................................................
Modulation Keys (pulse Mode 8)121................................................................................................................................................................
Fm Mode127................................................................................................................................................................
Sweep Keys141................................................................................................................................................................
The Sweep Group142................................................................................................................................................................
Itime)145................................................................................................................................................................
Power Keys151................................................................................................................................................................
Fltness On/off152................................................................................................................................................................
The Power Group152................................................................................................................................................................
Entry Keys161................................................................................................................................................................
The Entry Group162................................................................................................................................................................
Number Pad Keys165................................................................................................................................................................
Unit Keys166................................................................................................................................................................
Entry Off169................................................................................................................................................................
Special Functions171................................................................................................................................................................
L- Cwcfauto176................................................................................................................................................................
Cw Peakng177................................................................................................................................................................
Step Swptime179................................................................................................................................................................
Att Coupling181................................................................................................................................................................
Att Setting182................................................................................................................................................................
Rosc Auto183................................................................................................................................................................
Rosc Source184................................................................................................................................................................
V/ghz Scale185................................................................................................................................................................
12-pwrmeterty187................................................................................................................................................................
13-pwrmeterad188................................................................................................................................................................
Language190................................................................................................................................................................
16 - Fw Revision191................................................................................................................................................................
Security192................................................................................................................................................................
Dp Defin196................................................................................................................................................................
Control Mode197................................................................................................................................................................
21- Full Selftst198................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages199................................................................................................................................................................
The Error/event Queue201................................................................................................................................................................
Error Numbers202................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages List203................................................................................................................................................................
Scpi Error Messages206................................................................................................................................................................
Command Error206................................................................................................................................................................
Execution Error211................................................................................................................................................................
Device-specific Error217................................................................................................................................................................
Query Error219................................................................................................................................................................
Instrument Specific Error Messages221................................................................................................................................................................
Block Transfer Errors221................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Control Errors222................................................................................................................................................................
Parsing And Compatibility Errors223................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics And Self-test Errors226................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Hardware Errors230................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Configuration Errors230................................................................................................................................................................
Calibration Routine Errors231................................................................................................................................................................
Loops Unlocked Errors233................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Hardware Dependent Errors234................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications And Options235................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications237................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency238................................................................................................................................................................
Range238................................................................................................................................................................
Timebase Stability238................................................................................................................................................................
Cw Mode238................................................................................................................................................................
Stepped Sweep Mode239................................................................................................................................................................
Ramp (analog) Sweep Mode239................................................................................................................................................................
Bandswitch Points239................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Output241................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Leveled Power (25 F5 "c)241................................................................................................................................................................
Typical Maximum Available Power241................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Settable Power242................................................................................................................................................................
Resolution242................................................................................................................................................................
Accuracy And Flatness242................................................................................................................................................................
Power Sweep243................................................................................................................................................................
Power Slope243................................................................................................................................................................
External Leveling243................................................................................................................................................................
User Flatness (level) Correction243................................................................................................................................................................
Source Match244................................................................................................................................................................
Spectral Purity246................................................................................................................................................................
Residual Fm (0.05 To 15 Khz Bandwidth)246................................................................................................................................................................
Modulation247................................................................................................................................................................
Pulse247................................................................................................................................................................
General249................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility249................................................................................................................................................................
Programming249................................................................................................................................................................
Master/slave (two-tone) Measurements249................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental250................................................................................................................................................................
Warmup Time250................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements251................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions251................................................................................................................................................................
Weight252................................................................................................................................................................
Options253................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Options253................................................................................................................................................................
Option Le4 - Rear Panel Rf Output253................................................................................................................................................................
Option 1ee - Source Module Connector And Extension254................................................................................................................................................................
Cable254................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanical Options254................................................................................................................................................................
Option 1cm - Rack Mount Kit Without Handles254................................................................................................................................................................
Option 1cp - Rack Mount Kit With Handles254................................................................................................................................................................
Option Ax2 - Portable Handle And Front-panel Cover254................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty Options255................................................................................................................................................................
Service255................................................................................................................................................................
Option W50 - Five Year Return To Hp Repair Service255................................................................................................................................................................
Option W52 - Five Year Return-to-hp Calibration Service255................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Options256................................................................................................................................................................
Option Ob2 - Extra Operating Documentation256................................................................................................................................................................
Certification Options256................................................................................................................................................................
Option 1bn - Certification256................................................................................................................................................................
Option 1bp - Certification With Data256................................................................................................................................................................
Safety And Regulatory Information257................................................................................................................................................................
Regulations And Licensing259................................................................................................................................................................
Notice For Germany: Noise Declaration259................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information264................................................................................................................................................................
Statement Of Compliance264................................................................................................................................................................
Environmental Conditions264................................................................................................................................................................
Ventilation Requirements265................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Instructions265................................................................................................................................................................

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