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Advantest Corporation R3753A Network Analyzer
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R3753A
Date:
1994
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R3753 series is the 500MHz vector network Analyzer, which has newly been designed based on a concept ” an optimum tool for each application” . We have fuily pursued high throughput such as 0.1 ms/points high-speed measurement at a resolution bandwidth (RBW) of 10kHz, 115dB wide dynamic-range measurement, and two-device simultaneous measurement with two-channel/four-trace display. Also , we have added the program sweeping function that can freely change the resolution bandwidth (RBW), output level, and input attenuator during sweep operation for each segment. Since the Analyzer employs semiconductor switches for changing the output level and for switching the input attenuator, it allows the optimum high-speed level sweeping for the drive level test of the Oscillator. With the built-in BASIC controller, a high-speed ATE system can be easily configured with no external controller for processes from adjustment to inspection. Features (1) High throughput • O.Tms/point high-speed frequency sweeping and 5ms short blanking time When two-channe! /four-trace (amplitude/phase) and RBW 10kHz • 0.1 ms/point high-speed level sweeping High speed and long life using semiconductor switches (2) Wide dynamic range • With automatic switching of input attenuator, H5dB wide dynamic range High speed and long life using semiconductor switches for switching input attenuator (3) Program sweeping function • For each segment, allows setting of frequency, output level, input attenuator, RBW, and settling time. (4) MS-DOS format disk • By using an MS-DOS personal computer, it is possible to easily create programs and analyze data because of the disk complied with MS-DOS format standard. • Three modes of storage capacity available (DD 720KB, HD 1.2MB, and HD 1.44MB)

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
330
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8.82 Mbytes (9246882 Bytes)
Language:
english
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Manual-ID:
OEDOO 9607
Date:
16 February 1994
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
17 August 2016
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2cd75e6e6088c860291fe9a7ca1cb3c3
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. 3.2.9 Measurement of Reflection ... .. 3.2.10 Measurement of Crystal Resonator ... 3.2.11 Measurement with M ulti-m arker ... ... 3.2.12 Measurement with Delta Marker ... 3.2.13 Delta Section Marker Analysis ... .. 3.2.14 Measurement by Marker of -» ... ... .. 3.2.15 Measurement with Coupling of Marker Interpolation Marker ... . 3.2.16 Measurement in which Use of Program Sweep . ... .. 3.2.17 Measurement of Resonance Point and Antiresonance Point of Ceramic Oscillation Element (f = 42.0MHz) ... 3.2.18 Output of Measured Data to Plotter ... .. 3.2.19 Storage/Reproduction of Measured Data (Saving and Recall Register) ... . ... . 3.2.20 Storage and Reproduction of Measured Data ... 4. O PERATIO N M ETH O D 3-31 3-34 3-38 3-49 3-55 3-59 3-63 3-69 3-72 3-75 3-81 3-87 3-91 3-94 ... ... ... 4-1 4.1 ACTIVE CHANNEL Block ... ... 4.2 ENTRY Block ... ... 4.3 STIMULUS Block ... ... 4.3.1 Setting Signal Source ... ... 4.3.2 Interlocking between Channels ... ... ... 4.4 RESPONSE Block ... 4.4.1 Setting Input and Parameter Conversion ... 4.4.2 Display Data F o rm a t ... ... 4.4.3 Setting Display Coordinate Scale ... 4.4.4 Split-Screen Display and Selection of Display information ... 4.4.5 TRACE Operation ... ... .. 4.4.6 Label in p u t ... ... .. 4.4.7 Averaging/Smoothing and Resolution Bandwidth ... 4.4.8 Selecting Input Attenuator and Input Impedance ... .. 4-2 4-3 4-5 4-6 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-13 4-15 4-16 4-18 4-19 4-21 4-24 4.5 Calibration ... 4.5.1 Normalizing ... .. 4.5.2 One Port Full Calibration ... 4.5.3 Calibration Method ... ... 4.5.4 Extending Measurement Reference Surface ... ... 4.5.5 Calibration Data Clear ... ... 4.6 Marker Function ... 4-40 4.6.1 Setting Marker ... ... ... 4-41 4.6.2 Marker Coupling between Channels ... ... ... 4-43 4.6.3 Interpolation Between Measurement ... ... 4-44 4.6.4 Displaying Marker Read out V a lu e ... 4-44 4.6.5 Delta-Marker Function ... ... 4-45 4.6.6 Marker Menu during Impedance Measurement ... . ... . 4-49 4.6.7 Marker Analysis Function ... ... ... 4-51 4.7 Sweep ... ... ... ... 4-57 4.7.1 Setting Sweep Type ... ... 4-58 4.7.2 Editing Segment of User Frequency Sweep ... ... 4-59 4.7.3 Editing Segment of Program Sweep ... 4-60 4.8 INSTRUMENT STATE Block ... ... 4-63 4.8.1 System Menu ... ... 4-64 4.9 GPIB B lo c k ... .. ... ... 4-66 4.9.1 Controller Menu ... ... ... 4-67 4.9.2 GPIB Menu ... ... ... 4-68 4.10 Save/Recall ... ... ... ... 4-69 4.10.1 Selection of Save Type ... ... 4-69 4.10.2 Executing Save Register ... 4-70 4.10.3 Executing Store File ... ... 4-72 4.10.4 Setting Register Name ... ... 4-73 4.10.5 Setting File Name ... . ... . 4-75 4.10.6 Clearing Saved Register ... ... 4-76 4.10.7 Purging Stored File ... ... ... 4-77 4.10.8 Executing Recall ... ... ... ... 4-77 4.11 Hard Copy ... ... ... 4-80 4.11.1 Setting Plot Scale ... ... 4-81 4.11.2 Setting Plot Data ... ... 4-82 4.11.3 Specifying Pen ... ... ... 4-83 4.11.4 Plotter Setup ... ... 4-84 4.12 Communication with Peripheral Devices ... 4-87 4.12.1 Parallel I/O Port ... ... 4-87 4.12.2 RS-232 ... ... ... 4-96 5. P E R F O R M A N C E TEST ... 5-1 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5-1 5-3 5-4 5-6 Preparing for Performance T e s t ... .. Frequency Accuracy and Range ... Output Level Accuracy and Flatness ... . Output Level Linearity ... 6. S P E C IF IC A T IO N S ... 7. E R R O R M ESSAG ES 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 ... ... .. 6-1 7-1 Hardware Trouble ... Overloading an Input Part ... Notice of Hardware information ... Operating Error ... Warning of Internal Set, Change, etc. . ... Notice of Operating Completion, State, etc. ... 7-1 7-2 7-2 7-3 7-8 7-10 ... ... ... .. . A-1 A.1 Initial Setting ... ... ... .. A.2 List of Softkey Menu ... ... MENU ... MEAS ... ... ... ... FORMAT ... ... .. ... ... . S C A L E ... .. DISPLAY ... ... ... AVG ... ... ATT ... ... ... ... CAL ... ... .. MKR ... ... .. MKR - » ... ... .. SAVE ... ... RECALL ... COPY ... .. SYSTEM ... ... .. RUN ... ... ... . LCL ... ... ... ... A.3 GPIB Command List Corresponding to Panel Key/ Softkey ... A.3.1 ACTIVE CHANNEL Block ... ... .. ... A.3.2 STIMULUS Block ... .. A.3.3 RESPONSE Block ... A.3.4 INSTRUMENT STATE Block ... .. A.3.5 GPIB Block ... ... A-15 A-16 A-16 A-21 A-41 A-47 E X T E R N A L VIEW R3753A EXTERNAL VIEW ... ... .. R3753B EXTERNAL VIEW ... ... R3753E EXTERNAL VIEW ... ... ____ _____ _____ R3753E FRONT VIEW ... R3753A/B/E REAR VIEW ... ...

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