The A function generator and all associated options will be The Keysight Technologies A func- . Operating manual, service manual, quick. Agilent A. 20 MHz Function /. Arbitrary Waveform Generator. Service Guide . Publication Number (order as manual set). Agilent A. Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator .. trigger from the rear- panel Trig In connector, a manual trigger from the key, or a software (bus) trigger .
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The remainder of this chapter contains examples of using the front-panel menus. This information is not directly related to waveform generation but is an important part of operating the function generator.
Single, External, or Internal Carrier Waveforms: The default is Linear. In fact, any periodic signal can be represented as the sum of different sine waves. The security code is stored in non-volatile memory. An elliptical filter is used for continuous sine waves because of its nearly flat passband and sharp cutoff above 20 MHz.
In some cases, the amplitude limits are determined by the manula units selected. You can use burst in one of two modes as described below. The locations are numbered 0 through 4. Select from 1 cycle to 50, cycles, in 1 agilen increments see the restrictions below. Make sure that you have selected the proper trigger source and verify that the sweep or burst mode is enabled. The msnual offset is 0 volts for all functions. Chapter 5 Error Messages Arbitrary Waveform Errors Not able to delete a built-in arb waveform You cannot delete any of the five built-in waveforms: Chapter 3 Features and Functions Burst Mode Waveform Frequency The waveform frequency defines the repetition rate of the burst waveform in the triggered and external gated modes.
The following steps show you how to configure a ms 333220a waveform with a agilenf width of 10 ms and edge times of 50 ns. SOUR command to select the source from which the sweep will be triggered. Press the AM Freq softkey and then set the value to Hz using the numeric keypad or the knob and cursor keys.
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Chapter 3 Features and Functions System-Related Operations Display Control For security reasons, or 332220a speed up the rate at which the function generator can execute commands from the remote interface, you may want to turn off the front-panel display. At this point, the function generator outputs a continuous sweep from 50 Hz to 5 kHz if the output is enabled.
The default mxnual Sine. To rack mount two instruments side-by-side, order lock-link kit and flange kit From the remote interface, you can also display a character message on the front panel. The default is 1 ms. You cannot use pulse, noise, or dc as the carrier waveform.
However, only one label for example, Freq or Period is displayed for each softkey at one time. PM is very similar to FM, but in PM the phase of the modulated waveform is varied by the instantaneous voltage of the modulating waveform. The commands used for FSK are listed on the next page.
33220A Function / Arbitrary Waveform Generator, 20 MHz
Chapter 3 Features and Functions Pulse Waveforms Edge Time The edge time sets each edge transition time rising and falling of the pulse. Page 89 Chapter 3 Features and Functions Phase Modulation PM Phase Deviation The phase deviation setting represents the peak variation in phase of the modulated waveform from the carrier waveform. Manhal the A, you do not have to change the length of the waveform to change its output frequency.
Page Chapter 5 Error Messages Execution Errors Settings conflict; not able to sweep noise, sweep turned off The function generator cannot generate a sweep using the noise function. MAX selects the largest dc offset for the selected function and amplitude.
The following command turns off the front-panel display. Command Separators A colon: Press the PWM Freq softkey and then set the value to 5 Hz 33220 the numeric keypad or the knob and cursor keys. Square waveforms are created by routing a DDS-generated sine wave into a comparator. The Nyquist Sampling Theorem states that in order to prevent aliasing, the highest frequency component of the desired output waveform must be less than half of the sampling frequency.
Select linear or logarithmic spacing for the sweep. This chapter describes basic signal-generation concepts and gives specific details on the internal operations of the function generator. For example, the following command sets the output frequency to 5 kHz: Front-Panel Menu Operation This chapter introduces you to the front-panel keys and menu operation. Page Chapter 5 Error Messages Execution Errors Settings conflict; triggered burst not available for noise You cannot use the noise function in the mznual burst mode.
Page Chapter 3 Features and Functions Calibration Overview Calibration Message The function generator allows you to store one message in calibration memory in the mainframe.
Page 33 Front-Panel Menu Operation This chapter introduces you to the front-panel keys and menu operation. You can also select an infinite burst count. The status system records various conditions and states of the instrument in several register groups as shown on the following page. Page IP address to a device on a network. Since elliptical filters exhibit severe ringing for waveforms other than continuous sine waves, a linear-phase filter is used for all other waveform functions.
Factory Default Settings The table on the following page summarizes the factory default settings for the Agilent A. The default is NORM. Page Chapter 5 Error Messages Execution Errors Settings conflict; FSK turned off by selection of other mode or modulation The function generator will allow only one modulation, sweep, or burst mode to be enabled at the same time. Used only when the Internal modulation source is selected AM: MIN selects the most negative dc offset voltage for the function and amplitude specified.
Chapter 3 Features and Functions Calibration Overview To Unsecure for Calibration You can unsecure the function generator either from the front panel or over the remote interface.
When you enable a modulation, sweep, or burst mode, all other modes are turned off.