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Anritsu MS610A Spectrum analyzer
Manufacturer
Anritsu
Model MS610A
Date 1985
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Spectrum analyzer
Description
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                                    The MS610A Spectrum Analyzer has a wide frequency range of
10 kHz to 2 GHz, and covers a broad range from the video
band to the UHF/VHF band.

It is used mainly for spurious response measurement of radio
equipment, etc., assembly line adjustment, distortion
measurement of various performance elements and circuits
(for example, in amplifiers), and broadcast signal panoramic
reception and EMI (Electro Magnetic Interference)
measurements, etc.

The MS610A has multiple functions for these uses: a coupling
function, measured level digital display function for
efficient measurement, a GP-IB function, which allows simple
automation of measurement, and an EMI measurement function
with QP (Quasi Peak) detector. The last two are available as
options.

A tracking generator (MH680A) is available as a peripheral
device for transmission measurement.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Anritsu -- MS610A -- User Manual
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SECTION 1 GENERAL ..........................................1-1

4	SECTION 2 COMPOSITION AND SPECIFICATIONS
..........................2-1

2.1	Composition
................................................................2-1

2.2	Soecifications
..........................................................2-1

2.3	Peripheral Devices and Accessories .........	2-5

2.3.1	MH680A Tracking Generator ......................2-5

2.3.2	MH648A Preamplifier ...........................2-6

2.3.3	Antenna
..................................................................2-7

2.3.4	Packet He Personal Technical Computer ..	2-7

2.3.5	Accessories
..........................................................2-8


SECTION 3 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
........................................3-1

3.1	Introduction
..............................................................3-1

3.2	Frequency Conversion Circuit
..............................3-1

3.3	IF Circuit ..........................................3-2

3.4	Detection and Video Circuits .....................3-3

3.5	Sawtooth Generator and Local Oscillator Control Circuit
.....................3-3

3.6	Controller ........................................3-4

SECTION 4 PREPARATIONS
..............................................................4-1

4.'	Safety Measures
........................................................4-1

4.2	Power-ON
......................................................................4-2
4.3	Gain Calibration
......................................................4-3

4.4	Frequency Display ZERO Calibration ..................4-4

4.5	TRACE ROTATION and V. POSITION Adjustment . .	4-4

SECTION 5 OPERATION
....................................................................5-1

5.1	Description of Front and Rear Panels ..............5-1

5.2	Description of Controls
....................................5-5

5.2.1	FREQUENCY ...................................5-5

(1)	COARSE - FINE dial ..................................5-5

(2)	START FREQ and CENTER FREQ ..................5-6

(3)	FREQ ZERO ADJ ..............................5-6

5.2.2	MODE
........................................................................5-7

(1)	DATA
..............................................................5-7

(2)	REFERENCE LEVEL ........................................5-7

(3)	MARKER LEVEL ...........................5-8

(4)	FREQ SPAN
....................................................5-9

(5)	INPUT ATTEN
................................................5-9

(6)	RBW
................................................................5-10

(7)	SWEEP TIME ..........................................5-11

5.2.3	COUPLED TO SPAN
..................................................5-12

5.2.4	COUPLED TO REF
....................................................5-14

5.2.5	VIDEO FILTER
........................................................5-15

5.2.6	SCALE
......................................................................5-16

5.2.7	TRIG
...............................................................5-17
5.2.8	DISPLAY UNCAL
.............................................5-18

5.2.S	GAIN ADJ
................................................................5-18

5.2.10	INTENSITY
..............................................................5-19

5.2.11	GP-IB ................................... 5-19

5.2.12	REFERENCE LEVEL (rear panel) ........................5-20

SECTION 6 MEASUREMENT
............'........................................6-1

6.1	Typical Measurement
............................................6-1

(1)	General measurement method ........................6-1

(2)	Improvement of frequency measurement accuracy
....................................6-2

6.2	Modulated Wave Measurement .........................6-2

(1)	Measurement Procedure .....................6-2

(2)	AM wave measurement ....................................6-3

(3)	Measurement of AM wave when modulation frequency is low
................6-4

(4)	FM wave measurement
......................................6-5

(5)	PAM wave measurement .................. 6-6

6.3	Spurious measurement ........................6-7

(1)	Harmonic distortion measurement ..............6-7

(2)	Inter modulation product measurement ..	6-9

(3)	Random spurious signal measurement ....	6-9

(4)	Spectrum purity measurement ......................6-9
6.4 Field Strength Measurement .......................6-10

(1)	Measurement in dBu units ................6-10

(2)	Direct reading measurement of field strength using

the specified antenna ....................6-10

(3)	Antenna coefficient display ......................6-11

SECTION 7 DAILY MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
............................7-1

7.1	Daily Maintenance
....................................................7-1

7.2	Storage
.......................................................................7-1

7.2.1	Storage Precautions
..........................................7-1

7.2.2	Recommended Storage Conditions ....................7-2

APPENDIX BLOCK DIAGRAM
...........................................A-l

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