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Advantest Corporation Q8384 Spectrum analyzer
Manufacturer:
Model:
Q8384
Date:
1999
Class:
Type:
SubType:
Optical Spectrum Analyzer

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The Q8384 is an optical spectrum Analyzer of the spread spectral method using the di ffraction grating mono­ chromator. The features of the optical spectrum Analyzer are as follows: ( 1 ) (2) Performance compii ant with optical communication devices such as EDF A, AW G and the fiber grat­ ing. • Wavelength resolution: 10 pm or higher • Wide dynamic range: 60 dB or more • High wavelength accuracy: ±20 pm • Polarization dependency: ±0.05 dB WDM analysis function Using the EDFA analysis function (with WDM) and the relationships between wavelengths and lev­ els are easily observed by displaying a list of wavelengths. (3) Optical connectors that can be replaced by the user Users can easily replace optical connector types FC, SC and ST. (4) Operability and a large-size color LCD Measurements are taken easier than earlier models by use of operability-minded panel key arrange­ ment and soft menus. In addition, the display is now of an 8.4-inch high-intensity TFT color LCD to offer you more visibility. (5) Printer output A high-speed thermo-sensitive printer is equipped as standard to output the screen data. Further­ more, the optical spectrum Analyzer is equipped with a port which is used for a printer format ESC/ P, ESC/P-R or PCL. (6) 3.5-inch floppy disk drive This drive is used to save measurement data and set conditions. The measurement data is saved in text format. This data, however, can be saved in bitmap format as screen image so that you can ana­ lyze it or make reports on an external computer.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
266
Size:
8.47 Mbytes (8880899 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
FOE-8335041EOO
Date:
30 July 1999
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1 INTRODUCTION ... 1-1 1.1 Product O verview ... 1.2 Accessories, Option and Limited-life Part ... 1.2.1 Standard Accessories ... 1.2.2 Option and Accessories ... 1.2.3 Limited-life P a rt ... 1.3 Operating Environment ... 1.3.1 Environmental Conditions ... 1.3.2 Power Requirements ... 1.3.3 Power F u se ... 1.3.4 Power C ab le ... 1.4 System Checkout ... 1.5 Setting the Print Paper ... 1.6 Cleaning, Storing and Transporting the Q8384 Optical Spectrum Analyzer ... 1.6.1 Cleaning ... 1.6.2 Storing ... 1.6.3 Replacing and Cleaning the Optic al-Connector Adapter of Q8384 ... 1.6.4 Transporting ... 1.7 Warm-up tim e ... 1.8 About Calibration ... 1-1 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-4 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 1-10 1-10 1-11 1-13 1-13 1-13 2 O P E R A T IO N ... 2-1 2.1 Panel Description ... 2.1.1 Front Panel ... 2.1.1.1 LCD Display Section ... 2.1.1.2 FUNCTION Section ... 2.1.1.3 CURSOR Section ... 2.1.1.4 MEASURE Section ... 2.1.1.5 DATA Section ... 2.1.1.6 DISPLAY Section ... 2.1.1.7 DATA OUT Section ... 2.1.1.8 GP-ТВ Section ... 2.1.1.9 Connector Section ... 2.1.1.10 POWER Switch/Floppy Disk Drive Section ... 2.1.2 Screen Annotation ... 2.1.3 Rear P a n e l ... 2.2 Basic Operation ... 2.2.1 Operating Menus and Entering Data ... 2.2.2 Light Spectrum Measurement ... 2.2.3 Peak Power Monitor Measurement ... 2.2.4 Alignment ...

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
230
Size:
9.49 Mbytes (9951963 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
FOE-8335041D00
Date:
30 July 1999
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Upload date:
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1 INTRODUCTION ... 1-1 1.1 Product Overview ... 1.2 Accessories, Option and Limited-life Part ... 1.2.1 Standard Accessories ... ... 1.2.2 Option and Accessories ... 1.2.3 Limited-life P a rt ... 1.3 Operating Environment ... ... 1.3.1 Environmental Conditions ... 1.3.2 Power Requirements ... ... 1.3.3 Power F u se ... 1.3.4 Power C able ... 1.4 System Checkout ... 1.5 Setting the Print Paper ... 1.6 Cleaning, Storing and Transporting the Q8384 Optical Spectrum Analyzer ... 1.6.1 Cleaning ... ... 1.6.2 Storing ... ... 1.6.3 Replacing and Cleaning the Optical-Connector Adapter of Q8384 ... 1.6.4 Transporting ... 1.7 Warm-up tim e ... 1.8 About Calibration ... O P E R A T IO N ... 2-1 2.1 Panel Description ... 2.1.1 Front P an el ... 2.1.1.1 LCD Display Section ... 2.1.1.2 FUNCTION Section ... 2.1.1.3 CURSOR Section ... 2.1.1.4 MEASURE Section ... 2.1.1.5 DATA Section ... 2.1.1.6 DISPLAY Section ... ... 2.1.1.7 DATA OUT Section ... 2.1.1.8 GP-IB Section ... 2.1.1.9 Connector Section ... 2.1.1.10 POWER Switch/Floppy Disk Drive Section ... 2.1.2 Screen Annotation ... 2.1.3 Rear Panel ... 2.2 Basic Operation ... 2.2.1 Operating Menus and Entering Data ... 2.2.2 Light Spectrum Measurement ... 2.2.3 Peak Power Monitor Measurement ... 2.2.4 Alignment ... 2.2.5 Calibration ... 2.2.6 Measuring the Transmission-wavelength (or Loss-wavelength) Characteristics 2.2.7 Light Amplifier Characteristic Analysis ... 2.2.8 WDM Light Signal Characteristic Analysis ... 2.2.9 WDM Optical Signal Measurements Using the Monitoring Function ... 2.2.10 Limit Line Fun ction for De vice Evaluation ... ... 2.2.11 Setting Measurement Conditions ... ... ... 2.3 Using Expanded Functions and Inputting/Outputting Data ... ... 2.3.1 Entering Label D a ta ... ... 2.3.2 Selecting Color Patterns on the Screen ... 2.3.3 Setting Date/Time ... 2.3.4 Saving or Reading Data ... ... ... ... 2.3.4.1 Floppy D isk ... ... ... 2.3.4.2 Backup Memory ... ... 2.3.4.3 Saving D ata ... ... 2.3.4.4 Reading D ata ... ... ... ... 2.3.5 Outputting Data (Hard Copy) ... 2.3.5.1 Internal printer ... ... 2.3.5.2 External printer ... ... ... ... 2.3.5.3 Floppy disk ... ... ... 3 R E F E R E N C E ... ... ... 3-1 3.1 Menu Index ... ... 3.2 Menu Map ... ... ... 3.3 Functional Description ... ... 3.3.1 CENTER Key ... 3.3.2 SPAN Key ... ... 3.3.3 REF LEVEL K e y ... ... ... ... 3.3.4 LEVEL SCALE Key ... 3.3.5 RESOLUTION Key ... 3.3.6 SWEEP MODE K e y ... 3.3.7 AVG Key ... ... ... ... ... 3.3.8 AUTO K ey ... ... ... ... 3.3.9 SINGLE K ey ... ... 3.3.10 REPEAT Key ... ... ... 3.3.11 STOP K e y ... ... ... ... 3.3.12 NORMALIZE LOSS/TRANS Key ... 3.3.13 APPLICATION Key ... ... ... . 3.3.14 ADVANCE Key ... 3.3.15 ON/OFF K ey ... ... ... ... 3.3.16 λΐ K e y ... ... ... 3.3.17 λ2 K e y ... ... ... 3.3.18 LI Key ... . 3.3.19 L2 Key ... ... 3-34 3.3.20 CONTROL K e y ... ... 3-35 3.3.21 SAVE Key ... 3-37 3.3.22 RECALL Key ... ... 3-38 3.3.23 DEVICE Key ... ... 3-39 3.3.24 COPY Key ... 3-42 3.3.25 FEED K e y ... 3-42 3.3.26 LOCAL Key ... ... 3-42 3.3.27 INSTR PRESET K e y ... ... ' ... ... 3-42 3.3.28 C A L K ey ... 3-43 3.3.29 LABEL K e y ... ... 3-44 3.4 List of Settings ... 3-45 3.4.1 Defaults Configuration Values ... ... 3-45 4 R E M O T E C O N T R O L ... 4-1 4.1 GPIB Command Index ... 4-1 4.2 Overview of GPIB ... 4-3 4.3 Interface Functions ... ... 4-4 4.4 Program C o d e ... 4-5 4.5 Talker Formats (Data Output Formats) ... 4-6 4.6 Device Triggering Function ... ... ... 4-26 4.7 Device Clear Function ... ... 4-26 4.8 State Changes According to the Commands ... ... 4-27 4.9 Status B y te ... ... 4-28 4.10 GPIB Command Codes ... 4-29 4.11 Example Program s ... ... 4-41 4.11.1 Sample Programs for Setting or Reading Measurement Conditions ... 4-41 5 T E C H N IC A L N O T E S ... 5-1 5.1 Measurement Modes ... 5.2 Averaging Functions ... 5.3 Calculating the Spectral Width and the Notch Width ... 5.3.1 Calculating the Spectral W idth ... 5.3.1.1 PEAK THRESHOLD ... 5.3.1.2 ENVELOPE ... 5.3.1.3 RMS ... 5.3.1.4 Peak RMS ... 5.3.1.5 Xnm Level ... 5.3.2 Notch Width ... 5.3.2.1 XdB W ID TH ... 5.3.2.2 Xnm Level ... 5.4 GAIN&NF and SNR ... 5.4.1 GAIN ... 5-1 5.4.2 NF ... ... 5-10 5.4.3 SPEDIV ... ... 5-11 5.5 Auto-Panning and Auto-Zooming Functions ... ... 5-12 5-13 5.6 Cursor Modes and Explanation for Displayed D ata ... ... 5.7 Setting Limit L ine ... ... ... 5-14 5.7.1 Data Files ... ... 5-14 5.7.2 Limit Line D ata ... ... 5-14 5.8 Operation Principle ... 5-18 5.9 Notes on Using the Optical Spectrum Analyzer ... 5-21 5.9.1 Optical Fibers Suitable for the Optical Spectrum Analyzer ... ... 5-21 5.9.2 Stray Light ... ... 5-21 5.9.3 Secondary Diffracted Light ... ... 5-21 6 S P E C IF IC A T IO N S ... ... 6-1 A P P E N D IX ... ... A-l A.l A.2 A.3 A.4 G lossary ... Error Messages ... . Other Messages ... ... ... ... Example of a Spectrum Data File on a Floppy D isk ... A-l A -ll A-12 A-12 D IM E N S IO N A L O U T L IN E D R A W IN G ... EXT-1 A L P H A B E T IC A L I N D E X ... ... ... 1-1

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
240
Size:
14.96 Mbytes (15682586 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
FOE-8335041D00
Date:
30 July 1999
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
07 January 2019
MD5:
741214eb6571f908538348dc153cf0ac
Downloads:
138

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This manual provides the information necessary to check functionality, operate and program the Q8384 Optical Spectrum Analyzer Operation. Be sure to read this manual carefully in order to use the Optical Spectrum Analyzer safely. • Organization of this manual This manual consists of the following chapters: 1. Introduction • Product Description • Standard Accessories and Power Cable Options • Operating Environment • Operation Check • Setting the Print Paper • Cleaning, Storing and Transporting Includes a description of the Optical Spectrum Analyzer and its’ parts along with information on its’ operating environment and how to perform a system checkout. 2. Operation • Controls and Connectors on the Front and Rear Panels • Screen Annotation • Basic Operation • Measurement Examples • Expanded Functions Describes the names and the functions of each part on the panels. You can learn the basic operation of the Optical Spectrum Analyzer through the examples shown in this chapter. 3. Reference • Menu Index • Menu Map • Functional Description Shows a list of operation keys, and describes the function of each key. 4. Remote Control • GPIB Gives an outline of the GPIB Interface, and how to connect and set them up. Also included are a list of commands necessary for programming and using the program examples. 5. Technical Notes • Technical Notes • Operation Principle • Block Diagram Describes the principle of operation necessary for taking measurements more accurately. 6. Specifications Shows the specifications of the Optical Spectrum Analyzer. Appendix • Glossary Terminology related to the Optical Spectrum Analyzer is explained in this section.

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