Equipment information:

Wavetek 395 Generator
Manufacturer:
Wavetek
Model: 395
Date: 2000
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Generator
Description: 100 MHz Synthesized Arbitrary Waveform Generator
Information:
                                    Wavetek-Datron’s Model 395 100-MHz synthesized arbitrary
waveform generator delivers high-speed performance in both
bench-top and ATE applications. The Model 395 combines the
capabilities of a synthesized arbitrary waveform generator,
synthesized function generator, pulse generator, noise
generator, sweep generator, and trigger generator. As a
modulation source, the Model 395 provides real-time AM and
SCM, and synthesized AM, SCM and FM.
The Model 395’s 1mHz to 100 MHz clock generates arbitrary
(user-defined) waveforms with 12 bits of vertical resolution
(4096 points: -2048 to +2047) and up to 256K points of
horizontal memory for simulating “real-world” non-standard
signals. At clock rates of 50 MHz or below, Model 395 uses
direct digital synthesis (DDS) that provides high- frequency
resolution (up to 10 digits). Model 395 is an excellent
signal source for a wide range of applications, including
in-circuit testing of semiconductors, communication testing
requiring complex pulse patterns, and performance
characterization testing of electrical devices.
Create arbitrary waveforms using the Model 395’s front panel
by using point-by-point, copy, or line edit modes. Also, use
the RS-232 interface or optional GPIB (IEEE-488.2, SCPI
compatible) interface to upload waveforms. Wavetek-Datron’s
WaveForm DSP software tool makes waveform creation,
modification, and uploading easy over the GPIB interface.
The Direct DSO Upload, part of Option 001 IEEE-488
Interface, allows transfer of waveforms captured with a
digital storage oscilloscope directly into the Model 395.
Another capability, Sequence, allows up to four waveforms to
be linked in a sequence with advancement from one waveform
to the next conditional upon waveform repeat (loop) counts
and trigger signals.
In addition to complex arbitrary waveforms, Model 395
provides a number of synthesized standard waveforms
including sine waves to 40 MHz, square waves to 50 MHz, and
triangle waves to 10 MHz.
The built-in pulse generator generates pulses with
programmable parameters that include rate, width, delay, and
rise/fall times. Pulse train allows you to create a series
of up to 10 independently programmable pulses each with
their own level, width, delay, rise/fall times.
Noise functions provide analog noise, digital noise,
signal-plus-noise, comb, and comb- plus-noise.
Sweep allows frequency sweeps from 1mHz to 20 MHz in one
continuous band and include seven sweep modes, as well as
linear or logarithmic spacing.
The Model 395 allows real-time AM and SCM modulation of both
standard and arbitrary waveforms.
For non-continuous operation, the Model 395 provides
triggered and gated modes. Triggered mode includes
programmable burst counts from 1 to 1,048,575 counts.
Trigger sources include an internal trigger rate generator,
manual trigger key, trigger input BNC, and remote trigger
command.
Model 395 is designed to provide an MTBF in excess of 10,000
hours, thus the Model 395 is extremely reliable. The
easy-to-use calibration procedure can be performed entirely
from the front panel in less than fifteen minutes without
removing the instrument cover.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Wavetek -- 395 -- User Manual
File name: Wavetek-6405-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 288
Size: 1.07 Mbytes (1122530 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: 1.0
Manual-ID/Number: 850325
Date: April 2000
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Section 1 Introduction
1.1 THE MODEL
395..................................................................................................1-1
1.2 ORGANIZATION OF THIS
MANUAL.............................................................1-2
Section 2 Initial Preparation
2.1 THIS
SECTION.....................................................................................................2-1
2.2 RECEIVING AND INSPECTING
SHIPMENTS...........................................2-1
2.3 RETURNING EQUIPMENT FOR
REPAIR................................................... 2-1
2.4 PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR
SHIPMENT...................................2-2
2.5 LINE VOLTAGES AND FUSES
......................................................................
2-2
2.6 INITIAL
TURN-ON..............................................................................................2-4
2.7 ERROR MESSAGES
.........................................................................................
2-5
2.8 FUNCTIONAL
CHECKOUT.............................................................................2-5
Continuous Mode
Check....................................................................................2-5
Sweep Mode
Check............................................................................................2-5
Gated Mode Check
..............................................................................................2-5
Triggered Mode
Check........................................................................................2-6
2.9 OPERATOR MAINTENANCE
.........................................................................
2-6
2.9.1 Routine
Maintenance..............................................................................2-6
2.9.2 Battery
Replacement..............................................................................2-7
2.10 RACK MOUNTING
EARS..............................................................................2-7
2.11 REMOTE
SETUP..............................................................................................2-7
2.11.1
RS-232......................................................................................................2-7
2.11.2 IEEE-488 (Option
001)........................................................................2-10
Section 3 Introduction To The Model 395
3.1 OVERVIEW OF THE MODEL 395
.................................................................
3-1
Using the Model 395
...........................................................................................3-1
3.2 NAVIGATING THE
SCREENS.........................................................................3-1
3.2.1 Front Panel Keys and
Screens.............................................................3-1
3.2.2
Softkeys......................................................................................................3-2
3.2.3 Extended
Screens....................................................................................3-2
3.2.4 Changing Numeric
Values.....................................................................3-3
3.2.5 Correcting Mistakes
................................................................................
3-4
3.3 ON-SCREEN
HELP..............................................................................................3-4
3.4 ERROR MESSAGES
.........................................................................................
3-5
3.5 INITIAL
SETUP.....................................................................................................3-5
3.6 MODEL 395 AS A FUNCTION
GENERATOR............................................3-6
Example 1. Setting Up the Function
Generator.................................3-6
3.7 MODEL 395 AS AN ARBITRARY WAVEFORM
GENERATOR.............3-10
Example 2 Creating an Arbitrary Waveform Using Line
Draw........3-11
Example 3 Generating the Arb
Waveform.............................................3-14
Example 4. Creating an Arb Waveform Using Waveform
Insert.....3-17
Example 5. Creating an Arbitrary Waveform Using Point
Edit........3-19
3.8 THE MODEL 395 AS A WAVEFORM SEQUENCE GENERATOR.......3-22
Example 6 Creating a Waveform
Sequence.......................................3-22
3.9 STORING AND RECALLING
SETUPS.........................................................
3-24
Example 7. Storing and Recalling an Instrument
Setup...................3-24
3.10 THE MODEL 395 AS A SWEEP
GENERATOR......................................3-25
Example 8. Setting up the Sweep
Generator......................................3-25
3.11 THE MODEL 395 AS A TRIGGER
GENERATOR..................................3-27
Example 9 Setting up the Triggered
Generator...................................3-27
3.12 THE MODEL 395 AS A PULSE
GENERATOR.......................................3-31
Example 10 Setting up the Pulse
Waveform.......................................3-31
Example 11 Setting up the Pulse Train
Waveform............................3-34
3.13 THE MODEL 395 AS A NOISE
GENERATOR........................................3-43
Example 12 Setting Up the Signal To Noise
Waveform...................3-43
3.14 THE MODEL 395 AS AN AMPLITUDE MODULATION SIGNAL
SOURCE......................................................................................................3-46
Example 13 Setting Up Amplitude
Modulation...................................3-46
3.15 THE MODEL 395 SUMMING
INPUT.........................................................3-48
Example 14. Setting Up Summing
Input..............................................3-48
Section 4 Front Panel Operation Reference
4.1
INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................4-1
4.2 FRONT
PANEL.......................................................................................................4-1
4.3 REAR
PANEL.......................................................................................................4-9
4.4
REFERENCE..........................................................................................................4-11
4.4.1
Amplitude.....................................................................................................4-11
4.4.2 AM In (amplitude modulation And
SCM)...........................................4-14
4.4.3 Arbitrary
Waveforms...............................................................................4-16
4.4.3.1
Introduction.......................................................................................4-16
4.4.3.2 Creating
Waveforms......................................................................4-17
4.4.3.3 Create From
Copy........................................................................4-18
4.4.3.4 Modifying
Waveforms..................................................................4-19
4.4.4 Filter
...............................................................................................................4-29
4.4.4.1
Introduction.......................................................................................
4-29
4.4.4.2
Mode..................................................................................................4-29
4.4.4.3
Filter...................................................................................................4-30
4.4.5 Frequency
...................................................................................................4-30
4.4.5.1 Standard Waveform Frequency
............................................... 4-30
4.4.5.2 Standard Waveform
Period........................................................4-30
4.4.5.3 Arbitrary Waveforms - Frequency /
Period............................4-31
4.4.5.4 Sequence -
Frequency/Period...................................................4-31
4.4.5.5 Pulse / Pulse Train
Period...........................................................4-31
4.4.5.6 Noise
Clock....................................................................................4-31
4.4.6 MODE
..................................................................................................................4-32
4.4.7
OFFSET...............................................................................................................4-34
4.4.8 REMOTE
............................................................................................................4-35
4.4.9
RESET.................................................................................................................4-36
4.4.10
SEQUENCE.....................................................................................................4-37
4.4.11
SETUPS............................................................................................................4-40
4.4.12 STANDARD
WAVEFORMS.......................................................................4-41
4.4.12.1
Introduction....................................................................................4-41
4.4.12.2
Sine..................................................................................................4-42
4.4.12.3
Square...........................................................................................4-42
4.4.12.4
Triangle..........................................................................................
4-42
4.4.12.5
DC....................................................................................................4-42
4.4.12.6 Positive
Ramp.............................................................................4-43
4.4.12. 7 Negative
Ramp...........................................................................4-43
4.4.12.8
Sin(x)/x...........................................................................................4-43
4.4.12.9 Positive
Haversine......................................................................4-43
4.4.12.10 Negative
Haversine.................................................................4-43
4.4.12.11
Pulse............................................................................................4-43
4.4.12.12 Pulse
Train..................................................................................4-46
4.4.12.13 Digital Noise
..............................................................................
4-51
4.4.12.14 Analog Noise (White Analog
Noise)...................................4-52
4.4.12.15
Comb...........................................................................................4-55
4.4.12.16 Signal Plus Noise
.....................................................................
4-57
4.4.12.17 Signal Plus Comb
......................................................................
4-60
4.4.12.18 AM /
SCM...................................................................................4-63
4.4.12.19
FM..................................................................................................4-65
4.4.12.20 Arb Waveforms
.........................................................................
4-66
4.4.12.21 Sequence
...................................................................................
4-66
4.4.13
Status.........................................................................................................4-67
4.4.14 Sum in
.......................................................................................................4-68
4.4.15
Sweep.......................................................................................................4-69
4.4.16 Sync Out
...................................................................................................4-74
4.4.17 Trigger
.......................................................................................................4-76
4.4.18
Utility...........................................................................................................4-77
4.4.19 Ref In / Ref
Out......................................................................................4-79
Section 5 Remote Operation
5.1 INTRODUCTION
..................................................................................................5-1
5.2 SCPI PRIMER
......................................................................................................5-2
5.2.1
Parameters..................................................................................................5-3
5.2.2
Queries.........................................................................................................5-4
5.2.3 SCPI Punctuation and
Syntax...............................................................
5-4
5.2.4 Condensed
Rules:....................................................................................5-4
5.2.5 Text Symbols
............................................................................................
5-5
5.2.6 Example Command Tree
.......................................................................
5-6
5.2.7 Example Command Table
.....................................................................
5-8
5.2.8 Example Command Syntax
Diagrams................................................ 5-8
5.3 REMOTE RS-232
SETUP................................................................................5-11
5.3.1 Hardware
Setup.......................................................................................5-11
5.3.2 Instrument
Setup.......................................................................................5-11
5.4 IEEE-488.1 (GPIB)
SETUP..............................................................................5-12
5.4.1 Hardware
Setup.......................................................................................5-12
5.4.2 Instrument
Setup.......................................................................................5-12
5.5 SCPI PROGRAMMING
EXAMPLES..............................................................5-13
5.5.1 Model 395 As a Function
Generator...................................................5-14
Example 1. Setting Up the Function
Generator.................................5-14
5.5.2 Model 395 as an Arbitrary Waveform
Generator.............................5-15
Example 2 Creating an Arbitrary Waveform Using Line
Draw........5-15
Example 3 Running the Arb
Waveform................................................5-16
Example 4. Creating an Arb Waveform Using Waveform
Insert.....5-17
Example 5. Creating an Arbitrary Waveform Using Point
Edit........5-17
5.5.3 The Model 395 as a Waveform Sequence
Generator...................5-19
Example 6 Creating a Waveform
Sequence.......................................5-19
5.5.4 Storing and Recalling
Setups................................................................5-20
Example 7. Storing and Recalling an Instrument
Setup...................5-20
5.5.5 The Model 395 As a Sweep
Generator.............................................5-20
Example 8. Setting up the Sweep
Generator......................................5-20
5.5.6 The Model 395 as a Trigger
Generator.............................................5-21
Example 9 Setting up the Triggered
Generator...................................5-21
5.5.7 The Model 395 as a Pulse
Generator.................................................5-22
Example 10 Setting up the Pulse
Waveform.......................................5-22
Example 11 Setting up the Pulse Train
Waveform............................5-22
5.5.8 The Model 395 as a Noise
Generator.................................................5-24
Example 12 Setting Up the Signal To Noise
Waveform...................5-24
5.5.9 The Model 395 as an Amplitude Modulation Signal
Source..........5-24
Example 13 Setting Up Amplitude
Modulation...................................5-24
5.5.10 The Model 395 and its Summing
Input............................................5-25
Example 14. Setting Up Summing
Input..............................................5-25
5.6 SCPI
COMMANDS..............................................................................................5-27
5.6.1 ABORT
................................................................................................................5-27
5.6.2 CALibration
................................................................................................5-27
5.6.3
DISPlaY........................................................................................................5-28
5.6.4
INITiate.........................................................................................................5-29
5.6.5
MMEMory.....................................................................................................5-29
5.6.6
OUTPut.......................................................................................................5-31
5.6.7
RESet............................................................................................................5-32
5.6.8
[SOURce]....................................................................................................5-33
5.6.9 STATus
.......................................................................................................5-44
5.6.10
SYSTem.....................................................................................................5-45
5.6.11
TEST..........................................................................................................5-45
5.6.12 TRACe
......................................................................................................5-46
5.5.12
TRIGger....................................................................................................5-48
5.7 IEEE 488.2 COMMON
COMMANDS............................................................5-50
5.8 HIGH SPEED BINARY WAVEFORM
TRANSFER...................................5-51
5.9 RS-232-C
PROGRAMMING.............................................................................
5-53
5.10 GPIB ERROR HANDLING AND STATUS
REPORTING...................... 5-53
5.11 RESUMING LOCAL
OPERATION...............................................................5-58
Appendix A Specifications
Appendix B Menu - Quick Reference
Appendix C SCPI Command - Quick Reference
Appendix D Rack Ears Kit Installation
Appendix E Information/Error Messages
Appendix F DSO Upload
Appendix G Performance Verification and Alignment Procedures

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