|Hewlett Packard 8754A Network Analyzer|
The HP Model 8754A Network Analyzer consists of an internally leveled, 4- to 1300-MHz, swept source. Polar or rectangular measurements are displayed on a cathode-ray tube (CRT) through two independent channels. With appropriate signal-routing accessories, the 8754A is a fully integrated stimulus/response test system that measures magnitude and phase characteristics of linear networks by comparing the incident signal with the signal transmitted by the device under test or reflected from its input. 1-20. The basic transmission measurements are insertion loss or gain, insertion phase, and transmission coefficient (S2i or Si2)· The basic reflection measurements are return loss, from which SWR can be calculated, and reflection coefficient (Sjj or S22X from which impedance can be calculated or read from a Smith chart overlay.
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Hewlett Packard -- 8754A -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type||Service and User Manual|
|Size||26.60 Mbytes (27888395 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||30 May 2015|
|Downloads||171 since 30 May 2015|
This manual applies directly to instruments whose serial number prefix is 1914A. This Operating and Service Manual contains information required to install, operate, test, adjust, and service the Hewlett-Packard Model 8754A Network Analyzer. Figure 1-1 shows the instrument and accessories supplied. This section covers instrument identification, description, options, accessories, specifications, and other basic information. 1-3. This manual is divided into eight sections, which provide the following information: a. SECTION I, GENERAL INFORMATION, presents a brief description of the instrument, specifications, and lists of accessories and recommended test equipment. b. SECTION II, INSTALLATION AND OPERATION VERIFICATION, presents information relative to initial inspection, preparation for use, mounting, packing, shipping, and operation verification. c. SECTION III, OPERATION, presents instructions for operation of the instrument. d. SECTION IV, PERFORMANCE TESTS, presents procedures required to verify that performance of the instrument is in accordance with published specifications. e. SECTION V, ADJUSTMENTS, presents procedures required to properly adjust and align the instrument after repair. f. SECTION VI, REPLACEABLE PARTS, presents information required to order all parts and assemblies. g. SECTION VII, MANUAL BACKDATING CHANGES, presents backdating information to make this manual compatible with earlier shipment configurations. h. SECTION VIII, SERVICE, presents circuit descriptions, schematic diagrams, component location diagrams, and troubleshooting procedures to aid the user in maintaining the equipment.
|Start Free Download|
No comments yet. Be the first!