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Agilent 81101A Generator
Manufacturer:
Model:
81101A
Date:
2000
Class:
Type:
SubType:
50 MHz Pulse Generator

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What you can do with the Agilent 81101A This section introduces the basic features and use models of the Agilent 81101A Pulse Generator. Basic Features The Agilent 81101A is a single-channel pulse Generator with variable transition times. It is capable of generating all standard pulses and bursts of pulses needed to test current logic technologies (for example, TTL, CMOS, ECL, PECL, LVDS, GTL) and other digital designs up to 50 MHz. The instrument features two internal oscillators: • a synchronously triggerable internal Oscillator • an accurate, stable internal PLL For even more accuracy, an external frequency reference can be connected. Any timing parameter can be varied without glitch or drop out. This contributes to more accurate and confident characterizations of the device under test (DUT). Complete signal setups can be stored locally (9 internal non-volatile registers available) or on a memory card. Benchtop Testing The Agilent 81101A features a graphic display showing all pulse parameters at a glance. The cursor keys and the modify knob allow fast and simple operation. The user Interface is designed to minimize the time invested in getting familiar with the instrument. After familiarization, the instrument supports quick setups of signals. This leaves you free to concentrate on the measurement task and testing of the DUT. Automated Testing The Agilent 81101A features an GP-IB/SCPI-conform command structure for all features. Using this programming Interface, the instrument can be easily integrated into all phases of test system development such as planning rack integration and test program generation. Programs designed for the Agilent 81101A are compatible with all other models of the Agilent 81100 family. For a command reference list, please refer to the Reference Guide, part number 81101-91021.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
94
Size:
1.33 Mbytes (1397238 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
1.1
Manual-ID:
81101-91020
Date:
01 March 2000
Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
08 January 2019
MD5:
36b9fb32431e81f513e502c20c349ad2
Downloads:
251

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Quick Start Guide This quick start guide helps you to quickly get familiar with the features and the user Interface of the Agilent 81101A Pulse Generator. Chapter 1 “Introducing the Agilent 81101A Pulse Generator” on page 15 gives a general overview of the Agilent 81101A its features, the user interface, and the steps required for operating the instrument. For getting started Chapter 2 “Getting Started” on page 29 gives the setup information for some real-world signal examples, which can easily be used by varying only some parameter values. Chapter 3 “Using the Agilent 81101A” on page 43 provides complete information on the user Interface screens. Installation and maintenance are described in Appendix A “Installation & Maintenance” on page 75. For specifications and information on operating the instrument by means of remote control, please refer to the Reference Guide, p/n 81101-91021.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
118
Size:
935.92 Kbytes (958385 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
1.0
Manual-ID:
81101-91021
Date:
01 March 2000
Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
08 January 2019
MD5:
8b081d6088b10f0a350b9d9e00a4a184
Downloads:
360

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About this Book This guide provides reference information primarily for programming the Agilent 81101A via remote control. Chapter 1 “General Programming Aspects” on page 13 gives general hints for programming instruments like the Agilent 81101A using SCPI commands. Chapter 2 “Programming Reference” on page 25 provides detailed information on the SCPI commands supported by the instrument. Chapter 3 “Specifications” on page 89 lists the instrument’s technical specifications and provides exact definitions for the instrument’s parameters. For an introduction and information on the Agilent 81101A’s user interface, please refer to the Quick Start Guide, p/n 81101-91020.

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