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Fluke 6071A Generator
Manufacturer
Fluke
Model 6071A
Date 1988
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Generator
Description Synthesized Signal Generator
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                                    THE 6070A/6071A SYNTHESIZED RF SIGNAL GENERATOR 1-7. The
John Fluke Models 6070A and 6071A Synthesized RF Signal
Generators are designed for use in the calibration
laboratory, engineering laboratory, or manufacturing
environments. Both models offer extensive modulation
capabilities and use phase-locked loop circuitry to generate
fully synthesized signals with extremely low discrete
spurious, and phase noise. These versatile instruments are
intended for both bench and systems use. When the instrument
is used in a system, all front panel control functions
(except POWER and MOD OUT level) can be controlled via an
IEEE-488, 1978, interface.

1-8. Instrument parameters, such as output frequency and
amplitude, can be programmed to specific values or manually
adjusted using the Edit Knob (large knob near the lower
right corner of the front panel). The Edit Knob is connected
to a digital rotary encoder to provide the same continuous
manual adjustment capability that an analog tuning control
provides, but with the positive positioning of a digital
control. The rotary encoder has 25 magnetic detent
positions. The user can feel each position of the Edit Knob.

1-9. The major difference between the two models is that the
6071A has twice the output frequency of the 6070A. The
output frequency of the 6070A can be selected within 1 Hz
over a range from 200 kHz to 519.999999 Mhz (520 MHz). The
output frequency of the 6071A can be selected within 1 Hz
from 200 kHz to 520 MHz and within 2 Hz from 520 MHz to
1039.999998 MHz (1040 MHz). Both models can produce
frequencies outside of the specified ranges, but the
performance is not guaranteed.

1-10. The UNCAL annunciator will turn on to indicate that
the instrument is operating beyond specified ranges. The
synthesized RF signal is available at the front panel RF
OUTPUT connector (if the 607XA-830 Rear Panel Output Option
is installed, the RF output is available at a rear panel
Type N connector).

1-11. Internal frequency reference is a 10 MHz free air
timebase (the 607XA-130 Oven Reference Option is available
for increased accuracy and stability). This 10 MHz reference
can also be phase locked to external references of 1, 2,
2.5, 5, or 10 MHz(0.3 to 4V peak-to~peak sine or square
wave) input via a rear panel BNC connector (50 Ohm input
impedance, nominally). When an external reference is used,
the shift from internal to external is automatic. The 10 MHz
reference signal (used as the internal instrument reference)
is available as a TTL signal at a rear panel REF OUT connector.

1-12. Below 520 MHz, output level can be selected with a
resolution of 0.1 dB over the range of + 19 to -140 dBm (2 V
to 22 nV rms) into 50 Ohms. At 520 MHz or above, output
level can be selected with a resolution of 0.1 dB over the
range of+13 to-140 dBm (I Vto 22 nV rms). Selected level is
displayed on the front panel in either dBm or volts (the
instrument will convert from one to the other if the units
are changed). The internal microprocessor automatically
compensates output level for flatness and accuracy although
this automatic correction can be disabled (special function 81).

1-13. The RF output signal can be modulated in various
combinations of amplitude modulation (AM), frequency
modulation (FM), or phase modulation (0M) from internal
sources, external sources, or a combination of internal and
external sources. Table 1-1 lists all modulation
combinations and the possible modulation sources for each
combination. Amplitude modulation depth can be selected with
a resolution of 0.1 % over the range of 0% to 99.9% (see the
specifications for calibrated range). The frequency
modulation function allows the output frequency to be
deviated while the output frequency is still synthesized
unless the DCFM Mode is selected. Maximum index of
modulation that can be selected for either FM or 0M depends
upon the output frequency and the modulation frequency
selected. The internal modulation signal can be made
available at the MOD OUT connectors (front and rear panels).
An external modulation signal can be either ac or dc coupled
through parallel connectors on the rear and front panels
(MOD IN connector, 600 Ohm nominal input impedance).
External input sensitivity is such that a 1 V peak input
signal produces the calibrated modulation. The list of
specifications at the end of this section provides detailed
information about the modulation characteristics.

1-14. Up to 9 front panel setups can be stored in the
internal memory of the standard instrument, but these setups
are lost when the instrument is turned off. The 607XA-570
Non-Volatile Memory Option provides 50 memory locations.
Since this option is battery powered, front panel setups
stored in these 50 locations are not lost when the
instrument is turned off.

1-15. Three outputs are available for coordinating the
activity of associated devices: sweep analog output, penlift
output, and output invalid output. The sweep analog output
is available at the front panel SWP OUT connector. This
output steps from 0 to 10V as the frequency is swept from
the start frequency to the stop frequency. The size of the
steps depends upon the sweep width and the sweep increment
selected. The penlift output is available at a rear panel
BNC connector. This output is a TTL signal that goes high
during a sweep retrace and stays high until the next sweep
starts. The output valid signal is available at a rear panel
BNC connector. This output is a TTL signal that goes high
when output frequency, output amplitude, or modulation is
potentially unsettled.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type Datasheet Fluke-7640-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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Manual Type Service Manual Fluke-10160-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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1-4. THE 6070A/6071A CALIBRATION MANUAL  1-5. The
information in this, the 6070A/6071A Calibration Manual is
divided into seven sections:		

1	INTRODUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS	Introduces the 6070A/6071A
Instruction Manual set and the 6070A/6071A Calibration
Manual and list the specifications of the instrument and the
test equipment required to complete the performance checks
and the calibration procedures.

2	SHIPPING AND SERVICE INFORMATION	Describes how to ship the
instrument and how to get problems corrected.

3	ACCESS PROCEDURES	Describes the procedures necessary to
gain access to each circuit inside the instrument.

4	GENERAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES	Describes procedures for
cleaning the instrument, for selecting a different line
power configuration, and for changing fuses.


5	PERFORMANCE CHECKS	Describes procedures to verify proper
operation of the instrument.

6	ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE	Describes procedures for making all
routine adjustments and describes the procedure used to
reprogram the Calibration EPROM.

7	PERFORMANCE CHECKS AND CALIBRATION OF OPTIONS	Describes
the procedure for completing the performance checks and
calibration procedures required by instruments with options
installed. Each option has a separate subsection.
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Manual Type Service Manual Fluke-10162-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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THE 6070A/6071A SERVICE MANUAL

1-5. The information in this, the 6070A/6071A Service
Manual, is divided into eight sections:

1	INTRODUCTION

Introduces the 6070A/6071A Instruction Manual set and the
6070A/607IA Service Manual.

2	THEORY OF OPERATION

Describes the theory of operation under three headings:
Software, Theory of Operation, and Circuit Analysis.

3	ACCESS PROCEDURE

Describes the procedures necessary to gain access to each
major assembly and to gain access to each circuit board
inside the instrument.

4	TROUBLESHOOTING

Contains troubleshooting information that aids the
technician in locating an indicated trouble to a particular
assembly.

5	NONROUTINE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE Describes Non-routine
Adjustment Procedures. These maintenance procedures are
usually performed after removal and replacement of circuit
board components.
6	LIST OF REPLACEABLE PARTS

Contains the list of replaceable parts for the 6070A and the
6071 A.

7	OPTIONS

Contains the Options Access Procedures.

8	BACKDATING

Contains addenda and manual change information.

1-6. LIST OF RECOMMENDED TEST EQUIPMENT

1-7. The test equipment recommended for servicing the
6070A/6071A is listed in Section 1 of the 6070A/6071A
Calibration Manual. If the recommended test equipment is not
available, equivalent test equipment can be used.

1-8. 6070A/6071A SPECIFICATIONS

1-9. The 6070A/6071A specifications are contained in Section
1 of the Calibration Manual.

1-10. FLUKE SALES AND SERVICE CENTERS

1-11. A list of Fluke Sales and Service Centers is located
in Appendix A of the 6070A/6071A Calibration Manual.

1-12. SHIPPING AND SERVICE INFORMATION

1-13. Shipping and service information is contained in
Section 2 of the 6070A/6071A Calibration Manual.
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