|Tektronix WFM 601A Wave Analyzer|
|Description||Serial Digital Component Waveform Monitor|
The waveform monitors measure and display 4:2:2 component serial digital signals. The waveform monitors display serial digital signals as the familiar component signals and in a variety of standard measurement modes. You can use the EDH (Error Detection and Handling) system and the suite of automated checks of the serial digital format to verify data integrity. Most of the features listed in this section are common across all three waveform monitors. Where a feature applies only to a specific model, the model is in parentheses following the feature description. The waveform monitors offer the following features: - Two 270 Mbit serial component loop-through inputs - Digital video standards SMPTE 259M, ITU-R BT.656, and ITU-R BT.601 - RGB and Y-PB-PR display format for 525 and 625 line signals - Eye Pattern display with Timing and Voltage Cursors (WFM 601E, WFM 601M) - Jitter demodulator with numeric jitter readout and video correlated jitter waveform display (WFM 601M) - Parade or Waveform display of Y, PB, and PR component signals - RGB and composite Gamut checks with Diamond and Arrowhead displays - Field, line, and word select with readout and bright up of selected lines on Picture Monitor Out (Y or G Channel) (WFM 601E, WFM 601M) - SMPTE RP-165 standard EDH indicator for presence - Digital Waveform and Data displays with Data-cursor correlation between display modes (WFM 601M) - Embedded Audio indentification - Source-level meter and cable-length readout (WFM 601E, WFM 601M) Lightning and Vector displays - Reclocked Serial Component Digital output following A/B switching - Video Reference: Internal Serial Component signal (follows A/B switching) or external composite - Audio Lissajous display (WFM 601A) An expanded feature set is available through menus. You select menu items with multi-use bezel buttons and knobs. When you select a menu item, such as Voltage Cursors, on-screen labels show the current function of the bezel buttons and knobs. The waveform monitor provides an internal calibrator signal to set both vertical and horizontal gain. The calibrator signal is a 700 mV, 100 kHz signal. Press the CONFIG button and use the bezel knob to select the Calibrate menu. Press the CAL SIG button to turn on the calibrator signal.
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Tektronix -- WFM 601A -- Service Manual|
|Manual Type||Service Manual|
|Size||4.52 Mbytes (4737832 Bytes)|
|Quality||Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.|
|Upload date||24 May 2014|
|Downloads||316 since 24 May 2014|
This manual provides servicing information for the WFM 601A, WFM 601E, and WFM 601M Serial Digital Component Waveform Monitors. Procedures described in this manual are designed for experienced service technicians. For detailed operating information, refer to your waveform monitor User manual. See section 7, Options, for the part number of the User manuals. This manual supports both Module Level (for module exchange) and Component Level service. Module Level service uses the block diagram and its descriptions to isolate a problem to the circuits on a particular circuit board. To support Component Level servicing there are schematic diagrams, circuit board illustrations, and part location tables for each circuit board. When preparing to service this instrument, remember that its circuit boards contain surface mount components. Surface mount components require special techniques and tools for removal and installation. Most of the information and procedures in this manual are common across the family of waveform monitors. However, each waveform monitor has several unique features. When a procedure or a description is applies to a specific model, it is indicated with the model number of the waveform monitor in parentheses. About This Manual This manual is composed of the following sections: - Specifications provides a list of all instrument performance requirements, operating environment requirements,and certifications. - Operating Information provides an overview of the main instrument features. - Theory of Operation provides a block diagram description of the instrument circuits. - Performance Verification provides a manual procedure for verifying the performance requirements in the Specifications section. - Adjustment Procedures provides an automated procedure for adjusting the waveform monitor following repair. - Maintenance provides instructions for troubleshooting and replacing instrument modules. - Options provides a list of the available product options.
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