|IFR 1900 Communications Service Monitor|
|Group||Communications Service Monitor|
|Description||COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE MONITOR|
The IFR-1900 is a microprocessor controlled, digitally synthesized communications service monitor that combines the operation of many different test instruments into a single, compact unit. The IFR-1900, operating primarily within the 400 MHz, 800 MHz and 1900 MHz cellular and PCS bands, also includes a Spectrum Analyzer covering the bandwidth of 10 MHz to 2010 MHz. 1-1 GENERAL ions the IFR-1900 is capable of performing include: • RF Generator • Receiver • Duplex • AF Generator • Spectrum Analyzer • Oscilloscope • DMM • Deviation (Peak) Meter • Distortion Meter • SINAD Meter • Audio Frequency Meter • Frequency Error Meter • RF Power Meter • Modulation Meter • Signal Strength Meter • Bit Error Rate Meter • Phase Meters m Deviation (RMS) Meter • AF Level (RMS) Meter m Cable Fault Detector • Tracking Generator m Digital Radio Paging Encode and Decode • AMPSVNAMPS Analog Cellular Monitoring and Simulation m Analog Radio Paging Encode and Decode The IFR-1900 utilizes an alphanumeric keypad, dedicated function keys, multitask Soft Function Keys and a high-resolution color display to show, enter and edit functions and data. Testing with this instrument can be done remotely or manually. The IFR-1900 can perform tests from preprogrammed setups or formats determined at the time of the test. Microprocessor controlied memory allows storage and recall of parameters for each of the testing modes as well as storage and recall of Oscilloscope and Spectrum Analyzer traces for signal comparison.
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|IFR -- 1900 -- User Manual|
|Manual Type||User Manual|
|Size||20.07 Mbytes (21047135 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||24 May 2015|
|Downloads||310 since 24 May 2015|
This manual contains instructions for operating the IFR-1900 Communications Service Monitor. The instruction level is relatively basic and presupposes no previous experience on the part of the operator with a communication service monitor of this type. A basic understanding of communication electronics and practical troubleshooting methods is helpful, it is strongly recommended that the operator be thoroughly familiar with this manual before attempting to operate the unit. ORGANIZATION The IFR-1900 Operation Manual is composed of the following sections: SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION Provides an introduction to the unit and a brief overview öf unit functions. Specifications are also included in this section. SECTION 2 - INSTALLATION Provides a step-by-step procedure for placing the IFR-1900 into operation. SECTION 3 - DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS, CONNECTORS AND INDICATORS Identifies and functionally describes all IFR-1900 controls, connectors and indicators. Additionally, all Operation Screens and Menus are identified and available parameters listed and explained. NOTE: Figures 3-1 and 3-2, pictorial drawings of the Front and Rear Panels, locate and identify all IFR-1900 controls, connectors and indicators. The operator may utilize these drawings to reference any front or rear panel control while simultaneously performing any operating procedure contained elsewhere in the manual. SECTION 4 - OPERATION Provides instructions for operating the IFR-1900 Mode Operating Screens and Menus. In addition, this section contains a selection of operating examples pertaining to each of the major functions of the Test Set. SECTION 5 - PERFORMANCE EVALUATION Identifies and explains procedures the operator can use to reasonably ensure the IFR-1900 is performing properly. SECTION 6 - REMOTE OPERATION Provides procedures for configuring and operating the IFR-1900 remotely. Lists unit specific commands for remote operations as well as commands mandated by IEEE 488.2 1987. SECTION 7 - CELLULAR AMPS/NAMPS Identifies and provides instructions for operating the AMPS/NAMPS (non-TDMA) cellular Monitor and Simulation capabilities of the IFR-1900
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