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Hewlett Packard 8561B Spectrum analyzer
Manufacturer:
Model:
8561B
Date:
1989
Class:
Type:
SubType:
High-Performance Portable Spectrum Analyzer

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The HP 8560A RF High-Performance Portable Spectrum Analyzer is capable of measuring signals from -130 dBm to +30 dBm over a frequency range of 50 Hz to 2.9 GHz. The Analyzer is a complete, self-contained instrument that needs only an external ac power source for operation. An ac power cable, suitable for use in the country to which the Analyzer is originally shipped, is included with the unit.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
438
Size:
8.57 Mbytes (8990162 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
5958-6940
Date:
01 July 1989
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
04 July 2020
MD5:
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63

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Operating and Programing Manual 1. Instrument Overview The Front Panel ... 1-1 Display Annotation ... 1-4 The Rear Panel ... 1-5 Introducing Menus and Soft keys ... 1-8 Making a Basic Measurement ... 1-10 Reference-Level Calibration ... 1-12 2. Function Descriptions Fundamental Functions ... 2-2 Frequency ... 2-3 Span ... 2-5 Amplitude ... 2-7 Hold ... 2-12 Instrument State Functions ... 2-13 Preset ... 2-14 Configuration ... 2-15 Calibration ... 2-18 Auxiliary Control ... 2-21 HP 8560A Option 002 ... 2-24 [aux CTRL 1 Softkey Menus continued ... 2-29 Copy ... 2-38 Module ... 2-39 Save ... 2-40 Recall ... 2-42 Measure ... 2-45 Single Sweep ... 2-47 Marker Functions ... 2-48 Marker Priority ... 2-48 Marker ... 2-49 Marker -> ... 2-51 Normal Marker Functions ... 2-52 Delta Marker Functions ... 2-52 Frequency Counter ... 2-53 Peak Search ... 2-55 Control Functions ... 2-57 Sweep ... 2-58 Bandwidth ... 2-59 Trigger ... 2-61 Auto Couple ... 2-62 Trace ... 2-64 Display ... 2-67 3. Common Measurements Example 1: HARMONIC DISTORTION ... 3-1 What Is Harmonic Distortion? ... 3-1 Spectrum Analyzer Functions Used ... 3-1 Stepping through the Fast Harmonic Measurements ... 3-2 Alternative Measurement Method ... 3-4 Percent of Harmonic Distortion ... 3-6 Example 2: THIRD-ORDER INTERMODULATION DISTORTION ... 3-7 What Is Intermodulation Distortion? ... 3*7 Spectrum Analyzer Functions Used ... 3-7 Stepping through the Measurement ... 3-7 Example 3: AM AND FM DEMODULATION ... 3-11 Introduction ... 3-11 Spectrum Analyzer Functions Used ... 3-12 Stepping Through the Measurement ... 3-12 Example 4: STIMULUS-RESPONSE MEASUREMENTS ... 3-14 What axe stimulus-response measurements? ... 3-14 Spectrum Analyzer Functions Used ... 3-15 Stepping Through the Measurement ... 3-15 Example 5: EXTERNAL MILLIMETER MIXERS ... 3-24 Spectrum Analyzer Functions Used ... 3-25 Stepping Through the Measurement ... 3-25 4. Programming Setup Procedure ... 4-2 Communication with the System ... 4-3 Executing Remote Commands ... 4-3 Syntax Requirements ... 4-4 Local and Remote Control ... 4-5 Initial Program Considerations ... 4-6 Program Timing ... 4-7 Data Transfer to Computer ... 4-11 Parameter vs Measurement Units ... 4-12 Position Units and Trace Elements ... 4-13 Trace-Data Formatting ... 4-13 TDF P: Return Decimal Numbers in Parameter Units ... 4-13 TDF M (M-format): Return Decimal Numbers in Measurement Units (output only) ... 4-15 TDF B (B-Format): Return Binary Numbers in Measurement Units (output only) ... 4-16 TDF A (A-block format): Return Absolute Block-Data Fields in Measurement Units ... 4-18 TDF I (I-block format): Return Indefinite Block-Data Fields in Measurement Units ... 4-20 Transmission Sequence of Data on HP-IB ... 4-21 Input and Output Buffers ... 4-22 Benefits of an Output Buffer ... 4-22 Buffer Space ... 4-23 Preventing Timeouts ... 4-23 Synchronizing Your Program ... 4-23 Clearing the Buffers ... 4-24 Summary ... 4-24 Math Functions ... 4-25 Variables and Traces ... 4-25 Variables ... 4-25 Traces ... 4-25 Math Commands ... 4-25 Two Rules for Trace Math ... 4-25 Adding and Subtracting in dBm ... . . 4-26 Use AMBPL to Correct Data ... 4-26 Adding and Subtracting in Volts ... 4-27 Trace Data Limits ... 4-27 Creating Screen Titles ... 4-29 No-Format Method ... 4-29 Format Methods ... 4-30 Making a Title in A-Block Format ... 4-30 Making a Title in I-Block Format ... 4-30 Generating Plots and Prints Remotely ... 4-31 Plotter Requirements ... 4-31 Making a Basic Plot ... 4-32 Plotting Options ... 4-33 Printer Requirements ... 4-34 Making a Basic Print ... 4-34 Monitoring System Operation ... 4-35 Interrupt Process ... 4-35 Analyzer Status Byte ... 4-36 The Service-Request Mask ... 4-36 Computer Interrupt Statements ... 4-37 Reading Service Request Data ... 4-38 Reading Service Requests From More Than One Instrument ... 4-39 Testing Service Request Routines ... 4-39 Summary ... 4-40 5. Language Reference Introduction ... 5-1 Syntax Diagram Conventions ... 5-2 Pictorial Notation ... 5-2 Command Sequence ... 5-2 Command Sequence Summary ... 5-2 Query Responses ... 5-3 Secondary Keywords ... 5-5 Programming Codes (functional index) ... 5-8 Programming Commands ... 5-14 A. Instrument Preset State B. Softkey Cross Reference C. Error Messages D. Key versus Programming Command Cross Reference E. Programming Commands vs. Key G. Resolution Bandwidth Input Signals of Equal Amplitude ... . . Index

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
146
Size:
4.22 Mbytes (4425810 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
5958-7050
Date:
01 October 1989
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
05 July 2020
MD5:
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Quick Reference Guide This guide provides a quick reference for experienced spectrum Analyzer users. The HP 8560A.8561B 8563A/Quick Reference Guide is a convenient reference for both manual and automated measurements. Chapter 1 gives an overview of front-panel keys and connectors, rear-panel connectors, and display annotation. Chapter 2 leads you through a simple procedure that demonstrates some general-purpose measurement techniques. Chapters 3 and 4 document softkey functions and HP-IB commands. The appendixes list error messages and cross references to front-panel functions and programming commands. Menu trees and simplified block diagrams can be found at the end of the guide.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
476
Size:
12.72 Mbytes (13336423 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
5960-6561
Date:
01 November 1991
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
05 July 2020
MD5:
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Operating and Programming Manual

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