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Fluke 6060AN Generator
Hersteller:
Fluke
Modell: 6060AN
Datum: 1985
Kategorie: Messgeräte
Gruppe: Generator
Beschreibung: Synthesized RF Signal Generator
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                                    The 6060A/AN Synthesized Signal Generator (referred to
as the Generator or instrument) is a fully-programmable,
precision, synthesized signal generator. In addition, an
FM deviation meter is included. The Generator is designed
for applications that require good modulation, frequency
accuracy, and output level performance with moderate
spectral purity. It is well suited for testing a wide
variety of RF components and systems including filters,
amplifiers, mixers, and radios, particularly on-channel
radio testing.

. GENERATOR DESCRIPTION

Fundamental features of the Generator are as follows:

0.01-MHz to 520-MHz output frequency range in 10-Hz steps

+ 13-dBm to -127-dBm level range in 0. l-dB steps

AM and FM, internal or external

Internal 400-Hz and 1000-Hz modulation oscillator

FM Deviation Meter

Relative frequency and amplitude

Volts/dBm conversion

Store/recall memory

Master/slave for frequency, amplitude, and modulation step
(IEEE-488 Interface controlled)

Fluorescent display, 5 '/t-inches high, rack mountable (with
optional kit)

1-5. Controller Functions

The Controller microprocessor controls all operator
interface functions, performs background operations such as
status checks, and updates (strobes) the front panel
displays. Whether you are using local control with the front
panel, or remote control with the IEEE-488 Interface, the
microprocessor provides self test and diagnostic capability.
Economical instrument performance is achieved by using
software compensation

1-6. LOCAL CONTROL

The value of the basic parameters of the Generator, i.e..
amplitude, frequency, or modulation can be controlled in
three ways:

Direct numeric entry

Incrementing or decrementing the bright digit

Step-up or step-down entry where the step size can be
operator programmed

Other controls provide selection of the POWER ON/OFF, RF
OUTPUT ON/OFF, MODULATION ON/OFF, internal/external
frequency reference, and STATUS.

1-7. DISPLAY FIELD

The programmed values of modulation, frequency, and
amplitude are displayed in the three display fields. When in
the deviation meter mode, the measured deviation, frequency,
and detector status are displayed in the three display fields.

1-8. REMOTE-CONTROL PROGRAMMING

The IEEE-488 Interface allows the Generator to be remotely
controlled with any IEEE-488 bus controller. The instrument
can also be used on the IEEE-488 bus without a controller in
a listen-only or talk-only mode by selecting the appropriate
Generator rear panel IEEE-488 switch settings.

All instrument controls can be remotely controlled except
the POWER ON/OFF and the rear panel REF INT/EXT switches.
The IEEE-488 Interface provides additional commands not
available with local control, such as data transfer and
individual control of internal I/O control bits.
The IEEE-488 Interface allows two Generators to track
amplitude, frequency, or modulation in a master/ slave
configuration when using the front panel step-up and
step-down entries on one of the instruments. For instance,
frequency tracking is convenient for tests involving mixers,
and amplitude tracking is useful for two-tone
intermodulation testing.
1-9. Frequency

The specified frequency range is 0.01 to 520 MHz. The
frequency is synthesized from a

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range. The relative frequency mode allows the frequency to
be programmed in relation to a center frequency or an offset
frequency. This is convenient for testing filters and
mixers. The output frequency stability and accuracy depends
on the reference, whether that reference is internal or
external.
1-10. Reference

The internal frequency reference is a 10-MHz ambient crystal
oscillator. With the rear panel REF INT/EXT switch set to
INT, the Generator output frequency is synthesized from the
internal 10-MHz crystal oscillator reference, and the
internal oscillator (timebase) TTL signal is available at
the 10 MHz IN/OUT connector.
^CTO^^QQQaiSKrated from an external 10-MHz timebase by
setting the rear panel REF INT/EXT switch to EXT and
applying a TTL timebase signal to the 10 MHz IN/OUT connector.
1-11. Amplitude

The Generator has a specified signal level range from + 13
to -127 dBm with programming limits of+ 19 and -147.4 dBm.
This corresponds to specified terminated voltages of IV to
0.1 yuV and limits of 2V to 0.01 ¿iV, respectively. The
maximum usable signal level is approximately + 15 dBm. The
level entry can be in dBm or volts, or it can be converted
from one to the other. In addition, the relative amplitude
mode allows you to account for cascaded gain or loss, or to
display the level (in dB) relative to 1 ¿tV or 1 mV.
1-12. Modulation

Both internal and external amplitude modulation and
frequency modulation capability is available. The internal
modulation oscillator is selectable between 400 Hz and 1000
Hz. AM depths of 0% to 99% are available in 1% steps. FM
deviation ranges of 10 kHz, 100 kHz, and 500 kHz are
available in steps of 10 Hz, 100 Hz, and 1 kHz, respectively.
1-13. Deviation Meter

The deviation meter measures FM deviation in two ranges of
500 kHz and 50 kHz. Deviation measurements can be made over
a frequency range of 30 to 500 MHz and a level range of 15
mV to 5V rms. The frequency, displayed in the frequency
field, can be varied while making deviation meter
measurements. The measured deviation is displayed in the
modulation field and the detector status (± peak) is
displayed in the amplitude field.

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Instruction Manual

1	INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
............................................................1-1

1-1.
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................1-1

1-2. UNPACKING THE
GENERATOR........................................................1-1

1-3. SAFETY
......................................................................................................1-1

1-4. GENERATOR
DESCRIPTION..............................................................1-2

1-5.	Controller Functions
..............................................................................1-2

1-9.	Frequency
................................................................................................1-3

1-10.
Reference..................................................................................................1-3

1-11. Amplitude
................................................................................................1-3

1-12. Modulation
..............................................................................................1-3

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......................................................................................1-3

1-14. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
..........................................................1-4

1-15. RECOMMENDED TEST
EQUIPMENT..............................................1-4

1-16. MNEMONICS
............................................................................................1-4

1-17.	SIGNAL GENERATOR SPECIFICATIONS
......................................1-4

2	INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
........................................................................2-1

2-1.
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................2-1

2-2. INITIAL
INSPECTION............................................................................2-1

2-3. SETTING UP THE GENERATOR
........................................................2-1

2-4.	Line Power
Requirements......................................................................2-1

2-5.	Line Voltage and Fuse Selection
..........................................................2-1

2-6.	IEEE-488 Address
..................................................................................2-2

2-7. RACK OR BENCH MOUNTING THE GENERATOR
....................2-2

2-8. GENERAL OPERATING
INFORMATION........................................2-3

2-9.	Familiarization
........................................................................................2-3

2-10. Generator Versus Meter Mode Operation
..........................................2-3

2-11. Local Versus Remote Operation
..........................................................2-3

2-12. Power-On
Sequence................................................................................2-3

2-13. Changing Output Parameters
................................................................2-9

2-14. Function Entry
........................................................................................2-9

2-15. Bright-Digit Edit Operation
..................................................................2-10

2-16. Step Operation
........................................................................................2-12

2-17. Status and Clear Entries
........................................................................2-12

2-18. RF Output On/Off
................................................................................2-13

2-19. Modulation On/Off and Rate
..............................................................2-13
2-20. Deviation Meter
......................................................................................2-13

2-20.
Memory....................................................................................................2-13

2-22. Special
Function......................................................................................2-14

2-23. OPERATING REFERENCE MATERIAL
..........................................2-15

2-24. Amplitude and Frequency Entry
..........................................................2-15

2-25. Amplitude Fixed Range
........................................................................2-16

2-26. Amplitude Units Conversion
................................................................2-17

2-27. Bright-Digit Edit Entry
..........................................................................2-18

2-29. Memory Entry
........................................................................................2-21

2-30. Modulation Entry
..................................................................................2-23

2-31. Relative
Function....................................................................................2-24

2-32. RF Output On/Off Entry
......................................................................2-26

2-33. Special Function Entry
..........................................................................2-26

2-34. Status and Clear Entry
..........................................................................2-27

2-35. Step Entry
................................................................................................2-28

2-36. REMOTE OPERATION (IEEE-488 INTERFACE)
............................2-29

2-37. Setting Up The IEEE-488 Interface
......................................................2-30

2-38. Programming
Commands......................................................................2-31

2-39. Programming Examples
........................................................................2-38

2-43. Interface Functions
.........................................2-41

2-44. Address
Mode..........................................................................................2-41

2-49. Talk-Only Mode
......................................................................................2-44

2-50. Listen-Only Mode
..................................................................................2-45

2-51. Command Syntax
..................................................................................2-45

2-55. Command
Descriptions..........................................................................2-47

2-63. Command Processing
............................................................................2-63

2-72.	Power-on
Conditions..............................................................................2-66

3 THEORY OF OPERATION
........................................................................................3-1

3-1.
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................3-1

3-2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
....................................................................3-1

3-3.	Front Section
..........................................................................................3-1

3-4.	Module Section
......................................................................................3-1

3-5.	Rear Section
............................................................................................3-1

3-6.	Deviation Meter Section
........................................................................3-2

3-7. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
............................................................3-2

3-8.
Level..........................................................................................................3-2

3-9.	Amplitude Modulation
..........................................................................3-2

3-10. Frequency
................................................................................................3-3

3-11. Frequency Modulation
..........................................................................3-3

3-12. Deviation Meter
......................................................................................3-3

3-13. SOFTWARE OPERATION
....................................................................3^

3-14. User Interface
..........................................................................................3-4

3-15. Amplitude
Control..................................................................................3-4

3-16. Attenuators
......................................................................3-4

3-17. Level DAC
..............................................................................................3-5

3-18. Temperature Compensation
..................................................................3-5

3-19. Reverse Power Protector Option
..........................................................3-5

3-20. Frequency Reference
Control................................................................3-5
4B-3. ACCESS
INSTRUCTIONS......................................................................4B-1

4B-4. Removing the Front Section Assembly, Al
........................................4B-1

4B-5. Removing the Rear Section Assembly, A3
..........................................4B-2

4B-6. Removing the Synthesizer Board, A2A 1
..............................................4B-2

4B-7. Removing the Output Board, A2A4
....................................................4B-2

4B-8. Removing the Synthesizer Board A2A 1
..............................................4B-2

4B-9. OUTPUT LEAKAGE TEST
....................................................................4B-3

4B-10. Removing the Controller Board, A2A7
..............................................4B-3

4B-11. Removing the Meter Module Assembly, A4
......................................4B-3

4B-12.	Removing the Discriminator Board,

4B-13. Removing the A/D Board, A4A2
........................................................4B-3

4C CALIBRATION
ADJUSTMENTS..............................................................................4C-1

4C-1.
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................4C-1

4C-2. SAFETY
......................................................................................................4C-1

4C-3. POWER SUPPLY, A3A1,
ADJUSTMENT..........................................4C-1

4C-4.	DISPLAY ASSEMBLY, A1A1, ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ..	4C-2

4C-5. OUTPUT ASSEMBLY, A2A4,
ADJUSTMENT..................................4C-4

4C-6. SYNTHESIZER ASSEMBLY, A2A1 ADJUSTMENT
......................4C-10

4C-7. Deviation Meter Assembly, A4 A1 Adjustment
..................................4C-16

4D TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR
......................................................................4D-1

4D-1.
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................4D-1

4D-2. MODULE REPLACEMENT
..................................................................4D-1

4C-3. Power Supply PCA, A3 A1
....................................................................4D-2

4D-5. VCO PCA,
A2A2....................................................................................4D-3

4D-6. Output PCA, A2A4
................................................................................4D-3

4D-7. Controller PCA, A2A7
..........................................................................4D-3

4D-8. Display PCA, Al A1
..............................................................................4D-3

4D-9. Attenuator Attenuator/RPP PCA (A2A5)
........................................4D-3

4D-10. IEEE-488 PCA, A3A3
............................................................................4D-3

4D-11. Discriminator PCA, A4 A1
....................................................................4D-3

4D-12. A/D PCA, A4A2
....................................................................................4D-3

4D-13. PARTS
REPLACEMENT........................................................................4D-4

4D-14. TROUBLESHOOTING
............................................................................4D-4

4D-15. Service Special Functions
......................................................................4D-4

4D-16. UNCAL
Conditions................................................................................4D-5

4D-17. Self Test Description
..............................................................................4D-5

4D-22. Check Output Signal
..............................................................................4D-8

4D-23. Check Power Supply Voltages
..............................................................4D-9

4D-24. DIGITAL AND CONTROL TROUBLESHOOTING
........................4D-9

4D-25. Control Activity
......................................................................................4D-10

4D-26. Latch Control
..........................................................................................4D-10

4D-27. Microprocessor Kernel
..........................................................................4D-10

4D-28. Power Reset
............................................................................................4D-10

4D-29. Microprocessor
Inputs............................................................................4D-10

4D-30. IEEE-488 Interrupt
................................................................................4D-11

4D-31. Microprocessor Bus
................................................................................4D-11
3-21. Frequency Control
..................................................................................3-5

3-22. Modulation
On/Off................................................................................3-5

3-23. Modulation Frequency
..........................................................................3-6

3-24. Amplitude Modulation
..........................................................................3-6

3-25. Frequency Modulation
..........................................................................3-6

3-26. FM Deviation
..........................................................................................3-6

3-27. Deviation Meter
......................................................................................3-6

3-29. Service Special Functions
......................................................................3-8

3-30. Status Signals
..........................................................................................3-8

3-31. DETAILED CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS
............................................3-8

3-32. FRONT SECTION, A1
............................................................................3-9

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3-40. Switch PCB, A1A2
................................................................................3-10

3-41. MODULE SECTION, Al
........................................................................3-10

3-42. Synthesizer PCA, A2A1
........................................................................3-10

3-53. VCO PCA,
A2A2....................................................................................3-19

3-54. Output PCA, A2A4
................................................................................3-20

3-60. Attenuator/RPP PCA, A2A5
..............................................................3-22

3-61. Controller PCA, A2A7
..........................................................................3-24

3-70. REAR SECTION, A3
................................................................................3-26

3-71. Power Supply PCA, A3A1
....................................................................3-26

MAINTENANCE
..........................................................................................................4-1
4-2. SERVICE METHODS
..............................................................................4-1

4-3.	Fluke Service
..........................................................................................4-1

4-4.	Module
Replacement..............................................................................4-1

4-5.	Parts Replacement
..................................................................................4-1

4A PERFORMANCE TESTS
..........................................................................................4A-1
4A-1.
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................4A-1

4A-2. TEST
EQUIPMENT..................................................................................4A-1

4A-3. POWER-ON TEST
....................................................................................4A-3

4A-4. SYNTHESIS
TEST....................................................................................4A-3

4A-5. HIGH-LEVEL ACCURACY TEST
........................................................4A-4

4A-6. MID-LEVEL ACCURACY TEST
..........................................................4A-6

4A-7. LOW-LEVEL TEST
..................................................................................4A-7

4A-8. ALTERNATE-LEVEL ACCURACY
TEST..........................................4A-8

4A-9. OUTPUT LEAKAGE TEST
....................................................................4A-9

4A-10. ALTERNATE OUTPUT LEAKAGE
TEST..........................................4A-10

4A-11. SWR TESTS
..............................................................................................4A-11

4A-12. HARMONIC AND SPURIOUS
TEST..................................................4A-12

4A-13. MODULATION TESTS
..........................................................................4A-13

4A-14. DEVIATION METER TEST
..................................................................4A-17

4B ACCESS PROCEDURES
..........................................................................................4B-1

4B-1.
INTRODUCTION......................................................................................4B-1

4B-2. LOCATION OF MAJOR
ASSEMBLIES..............................................4B-1
4D-32. Address Decoder ....
..........................................................................4D-11

4D-33. Display and
Controls..............................................................................4D-11

4D-34. SYNTHESIZER
TROUBLESHOOTING..............................................4D-11

4D-35. Reference Circuitry Check
....................................................................4D-14

4D-36. Main Phase Lock
Loop..........................................................................4D-14

4D-37. Sub-Synthesizer and HET (800 MHz), 40-MHz Loop
......................4D-15

4D-38. FM
Circuitry............................................................................................4D-16

4D-39. LEVEL
TROUBLESHOOTING................................................4D-16

SIGNAL INFORMATION
......................................................................4D-16

4D-41. ATTENUATOR/RPP LEVEL CONTROL
..........................................4D-17

4D-42. Attenuator
Check....................................................................................4D-17

4D-43. Unleveled Condition
..............................................................................4D-19

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4D-45. AM TROUBLESHOOTING
....................................................................4D-19

4D-46. Internal/External AM
............................................................................4D-19

4D-47. ALC Loop Control Voltage
..................................................................4D-20

4D-48. Detector Linearity
................................................................................4D-21

4D-49. DEVIATION METER TROUBLESHOOTING
..................................4D-21

4D-50. A/D
..............................................................................................................4D-21

4D-51. Discriminator
..........................................................................................4D-22

5	LIST OF REPLACEABLE PARTS
............................................................................5-1

TABLE OF CONTENTS
..........................................................................5-1

5-1. INTRODUCTION
....................................................................................5-2

5-3. HOW TO OBTAIN PARTS
..................................................................5-2

5-4. Recommended Spare Parts Kit
..........................................................5-3

6	OPTIONS
..................................................................................................................6-1

TABLE OF CONTENTS
........................................................................6-1

7	GENERAL INFORMATION
..................................................................................7-1

7-1. FEDERAL SUPPLY CODES FOR MANUFACTURERS ............7-2

7-2. U.S. SALES AREAS FOR ALL FLUKE PRODUCTS
..................7-3

7-3. INTERNATIONAL SALES OFFICES
................................................7-5

7-4. TECHNICAL SERVICE CENTERS
....................................................7-6

7A MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION
................................................................7A-1

8	SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
....................................................................................8-1
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