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Advantest Corporation R3767BH Rete Analizzatore
Produttore:
Advantest Corporation
Modello: R3767BH
Data: 1997
Categoria: Strumenti di misura
Gruppo: Rete Analizzatore
Descrizione: Network Analyzer
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R3765/3767H series is the 3.8GHz/8GHz vector network analyzer, which has newly been designed based on a concept “an optimum tool for each application”. We have fully pursued high throughput such as 0.15ms/points high-speed measurement at a res­ olution bandwidth (RBW) of 10kHz, 100dB wide dynamic-range measurement, and two-device si­ multaneous measurement with four-channel/eight-trace display. Also, we have added the program sweeping function that can freely change the resolution band­ width (RBW) and output level during sweep operation for each segment With the built-in BASIC controller, a high-speed ATE system can be easily configured with no ex­ ternal controller for processes from adjustment to inspection. <Features> (1) High throughput In the case of С type, 4 S parameters can be displayed in a screen by 0.15ms/point high-speed frequency sweeping and four-channel/eight-trace (RBW 10kHz). 0.15ms/point high-speed level sweeping. (2) Wide dynamic range 100dB wide dynamic range. Program sweeping function. For each segment, allows setting of frequency, output level, RBW and settling time. MS-DOS formatted disk By using an MS-DOS personal computer, it is possible to easily create programs and analyze data because of the disk conformed to MS-DOS format standard. Three modes of storage capacity available (DD 720KB, HD 1,2MB, HD 1.4MB).

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Tipo manuale: Manuale d'uso Advantest-7976-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pagine: 324
Dimensioni: 10.95 Mbytes (11478168 Bytes)
Lingua: Inglese
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Data: 20 gennaio 1997
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1 G E T T IN G S T A R T E D ... 1-1 1.1 Product Description ... ... 1.2 Environmental Conditions ... ... 1.3 Supply Description ... ... ... ... ... . 1.3.1 Power supply Specifications ... ... ... 1.3.2 Replacing the Power Fuse ... ... 1.3.3 Connecting the Power Cable ... ... ... ... 1.4 FET P robe ... ... ... ... 1.5 System Setup Cautions ... ... 1.5.1 Notes on the use of Parallel I/O Ports ... ... ... 1.5.2 Notes on the use of Serial I/O ports ... ... ... 1.6 Measurement Time ... ... ... ... ... ... . 1.7 Input Signal Level Overload Cautions ... ... 1.8 How to Replace the Protective Fuse for Bias Input ... 1.9 Cleaning, Storage and Transportation ... ... 1.10 Notes on Use ... ... 1-1 P A N E L D E S C R IP T IO N ... . ... ... 2.1 Front Panel Descriptions ... ... ... ... ... ... 2.1.1 R3765AH/3767AH ... ... ... 2.1.2 R3765BH/3767BH ... ... ... 2.1.3 R3765CH/3767CH ... ... ... ... 2.2 Rear Panel Descriptions ... ... ... 2.2.1 R3765AH/3767AH ... ... ... ... 2.2.2 R3765BH/3767BH ... ... 2.2.3 R3765CH/3767CH ... ... ... ... 2.3 Screen Display D escriptions ... ... ... ... B A S IC O P E R A T IN G G U ID E L IN E S ... ... ... ... 3-1 3.1 Initial Power-on ... 3.2 Operation Keys ... ... 3.2.1 Panel Keys and Soft K e ys ... ... ... 3.3 How to Read the Display Screen ... ... ... ... . 3.4 Basic Measuring Procedure ... ... 3.5 Measurement Samples of Simple Transmission Characteristics ... 3.5.1 Setup and Setting ... ... ... . 3.5.2 Calibration (Normalize) ... ... ... ... 3.5.3 Magnitude measurement ... ... 3.5.4 Phase measurement ... 3.5.5 Group delay measurement ... ... ... 3.6 Measurement Samples of Simple Reflection Characteristics ... 3.6.1 3.6.2 3.6.3 Setup ... Calibration (1-port full calibration) ... ... ... ... Measurement by various formats ... ... ... . 3-17 3-20 3-22 B A S IC S O P E R A T IO N ... ... 4-1 4.1 Basic Keys O perations ... ... ... ... . 4.2 Basic Key Operation Examples ... ... ... 4.3 Soft Key Menu Configuration ... ... ... ... 4.4 Initial Setup ... ... ... ... ... ... 4.4.1 How to Initialize ... ... ... ... ... 4.4.2 Initial Setup Value ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 4.5 Setting Backup Memory (Factory Default Settings) ... ... 4-1 M E A S U R E M E N T M E T H O D E X A M P L E ... 5.1 Measurement of Transmission Characteristic (2 Trace Display) ... 5-1 5.1.1 Overlap Display Mode (Two Traces per Screen Measurement) ... 5-1 5-5 5.1.2 Split Display ... ... 5.2 Transmission Reflection Characteristic Measurement (Four Screen Display Mode) ... ... ... ... . 5-8 5.2.1 Setup ... ... ... ... 5-8 5.2.2 Calibration (two port full calibration) ... ... ... ... 5-9 5.2.3 Four Screen Display ... ... ... ... ... 5-15 5.3 Narrow Band/Wide Band Sweep Measurement ... ... ... 5-19 5.4 Multi-marker List D isplay ... ... ... ... 5-21 5.5 Ripple Measurement in the Bandwidth ... 5-23 5.6 Measurement of Electrical Length ... ... ... ... 5-26 5.7 High-speed Measurement Using the Program Sweep Function ... 5-29 5.8 GO/NG Measurement Using Limit Line Function ... ... 5-33 6 R E C O R D and O U T P U T ... ... ... 6-1 6.1 Output of Measured Data to the Plotter ... ... ... 6.2 Using the Save/Recall Register ... 6.3 Saving to the Floppy Disk ... ... ... 6.3.1 About the Measurement Data to Save ... ... ... ... 6-1 7 F U N C T IO N D E S C R IP T IO N S ... ... ... 7-1 7.1 ACTIVE CHANNEL Block ... ... ... ... ... 7.2 ENTRY Block ... ... 7.3 STIMULUS Block ... ... ... 7.3.1 Setting Signal Source ... ... ... 7.3.2 Interlocking between Channels ... ... ... ... 7.4 RESPONSE Block ... , ... ... ... 7-10 7.4.2 Display Data Format ... ... 7-12 7.4.3 Setting Display Coordinate S cale ... ... 7-13 7 . 4 .4 Four Screen Display and Display Selection Information ... 7-14 7.4.5 Display Layout ... ... ... ... 7-15 7.4.6 Trace Data Selection ... ... ... 7-20 7.4.7 TRACE Operation ... ... ... ... ... 7-21 7.4.8 Labe! Input ... ... 7-22 7.4.9 Colors Settings ... ... ... ... ... 7-23 7.4.10 Averaging/Smoothing and Resolution Bandwidth ... ... 7-25 7.5 Calibration ... ... ... 7-27 7.5.1 Normalizing ... ... ... ... ... 7-27 7.5.2 Normalize & Isolation Calibration ... ... 7-28 7.5.3 1-Port Full Calibration ... ... ... 7-28 7.5.4 2-Port Full Calibration ... ... ... ... 7-29 7.5.5 Calibration Method ... ... ... ... 7-31 7.5.6 Interpolating Calibration Data ... ... ... 7-37 7.5.7 Calibration Kit Selection ... ... ... ... 7-38 7.5.8 Parameters Entry of an User-selected Calibration K it ... ... 7-39 7.5.9 Extending Measurement Reference Plane ... ... 7-41 7.5.10 Calibration Data Clear ... ... ... ... 7-43 7.6 Marker Function ... ... ... ... ... 7-44 7.6.1 Setting Marker ... ... ... ... 7-45 7.6.2 Marker Coupling between Channels ... ... ... 7-46 7.6.3 Interpolation between Measurement Points ... ... ... 7-48 7.6.4 Displaying Marker Read out V a lu e ... ... ... 7-48 7.6.5 Delta-Marker Function ... ... ... 7-49 7.6.6 Marker Menu during Impedance Measurement ... ... 7-52 7.6.7 Marker Analysis Function ... ... ... ... 7-53 7.7 Time Domain Function (Option 70) ... 7-64 7.7.1 Time Domain Transformation Function ... ... ... 7-64 7.7.2 Window Processing ... ... ... ... 7-65 7.7.3 Gate Function ... ... ... 7-66 7.8 CDMA IF Filter Analysis Function ... ... ... 7-67 7.9 Sweep ... 7-70 7.9.1 Setting Sweep Type ... ... ... 7-70 7.9.2 Editing Segment of User Frequency Sweep ... ... ... 7-71 7.9.3 Editing Segment of Program Sweep ... ... 7-72 7.10 INSTRUMENT STATE Block ... ... ... 7-74 7.10.1 System Menu ... ... ... ... 7-75 7.11 Limit Function ... ... ... 7-77 7.11.1 Limit M enu ... ... 7-77 7.12 GPIB B lo c k ... ... ... ... 7-83 7.12.1 Controller M enu ... ... ... 7-84 7.12.2 GPIB M enu ... ... 7.13 Save/Recall ... ... ... 7.13.1 Selection of Save Type ... ... ... 7.13.2 Executing Save Register ... ... 7.13.3 Executing Store File ... 7.13.4 Setting Register Name, ... ... ... ... 7.13.5 Setting File N am e ... ... 7.13.6 Clearing Saved Register ... ... ... 7.13.7 Purging Stored F ile ... ... ... ... ... 7.13.8 Executing Recall ... ... 7.14 Hard C o p y ... ... 7.14.1 Setting Plot Scale ... ... ... 7.14.2 Selecting Plot D a ta ... ... ... ... 7.14.3 Specifying Pen ... ... ... ... 7.14.4 Plotter Setup ... ... ... ... ... 7.14.5 Printer Setup ... 7.15 Communication with Peripheral Devices ... ... ... 7.15.1 Parallel I/O Port ... ... 7.15.2 RS-232 Interface ... ... 8 7-85 7-86 7-86 7-87 7-89 7-90 7-91 7-92 7-93 7-93 7-96 7-97 7-98 7-99 7-100 7-102 7-104 7-104 7-113 IN A B N O R M A L IT IE S ... ... 8-1 8.1 Inspection and Simple Troubleshooting ... ... ... 8.2 Error M essages ... ... ... 8.2.1 Hardware Trouble ... ... ... 8.2.2 Notice of Hardware Information ... ... 8.2.3 Operating Error ... ... 8.2.4 Warning of Internal Set, Change, etc ... ... 8.2.5 Completed Operation Conditions Messages ... 8-1 8-2 8-2 8-3 8-4 8-9 8-12 9 T H E P R IN C IP L E ... ... ... 9-1 9.1 The Principle ... ... ... 9.2 Data F lo w ... ... ... ... 9.3 Block D iagram ... ... 9.3.1 R3765AH/3767AH Diagrammatic Sketch of B lock ... 9.3.2 R3765BH/3767BH Diagrammatic Sketch of B lock ... ... 9.3.3 R3765CH/3767CH Diagrammatic Sketch of Block ... 9-1 9-2 9-3 9-3 9-4 9-5 10 P E R F O R M A N C E T E S T ... ... ... ... 10-1 10.1 Preparing for a Performance T e s t ... ... ... ... 10.1.1 Warm u p ... ... 10.1.2 Preparing Measurement Instrument ... ... 10.1.3 General Note ... ... ... 10.2 Frequency Accuracy and Range ... ... 10.3 Output Level Accuracy and Flatness ... 10.3.1 Setup ... 10.3.2 Output Level Accuracy ... ... 10.3.3 Flatness ... ... ... ... 10.4 Output Level Linearity ... ... ... . 10.5 Directivity ... ... ... 10.6 Load Match of Test P o rt ... ... 10.6.1 When H3765AH/3767AH ... ... ... 10.6.2 When R3765BH/3767BH ... ... ... ... 10.6.3 When R3765CH/3767CH ... ... ... 10.7 Noise Level ... ... ... ... ... 10.8 Crosstalk ... ... ... ... 10.8.1 When R3765AH/3767AH ... ... 10.8.2 When R3765BH/3767BH ... ... ... 10.8.3 When R3765CH/3767CH ... ... ... ... 11 S P E C IF IC A T IO N S ... ... ... 10-4 10-4 10-4 10-5 10-5 10-7 10-8 10-8 10-10 10-11 10-13 10-14 10-14 10-16 10-17 11-1 A P P E N D IX ... ... ... ... ... ... . A-1 A.1 The Relation of Data between each Function ... ... ... ... . A.1.1 The Relation of Data between each Channel and each Function ... A.1.2 The Data Interlocking to each Item in MEAS Menu ... A.2 Measuring Time ... ... A.3 Initial Setting ... ... ... A.4 Soft Key Menu L is t ... ... A.5 Other Information ... ... ... A.5.1 Error Message ... ... ... ... A.5.2 Setting of Backup Memory (at the factory-shipped) ... ... A.5.3 GPIB Command List for Panel Key/Soft Key ... ... A-1 A-1 A-2 A-3 A-4 A-9 A-22 A-22 A-22 A-22 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 IN D E X ... ... ... ... 1-1

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