Equipment information:

Wiltron 66XXB Generator
Model: 66XXB
Date: 1991
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Generator
                                    The sweep generator is a microprocessor-based source of RF and microwave energy. It uses from one to four
YIG-tuned oscillators to cover one or more frequency bands within a range of 10 MHz to 60 GHz. The sweep
generator is capable of producing both broad (full range) and narrow band sweeps, along with discrete CW
frequencies, across its entire range. It is fully controllable locally from the front panel or remotely (except for
power on/off) via the IEEE-488 bus (GPIB).

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Wiltron -- 66XXB -- User Manual
File name: Wiltron-4252-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 84
Size: 619.62 Kbytes (634488 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: A
Manual-ID/Number: 10350-00026
Date: December 1991
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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Chapter 1 - Introduction and General Information
Chapter 1 provides general information about the sweep generator
and a list of performance specifications.
Chapter 2 - Installation
Chapter 2 provides instructions for unpacking the sweep generator,
setting up its line voltage, preparing it for operation, and
turning it on.
Chapter 3 - Front and Rear Panel Description
Chapter 3 provides descriptions for front panel controls, connectors,
and indicators, and for rear panel connectors.
Chapter 4 - Front Panel Operation
Chapter 4 provides step-by-step operating procedures for basic
sweep generator functions.
Chapter 5 - GPIB Description
Chapter 5 describes the IEEE-488 Interface Bus (GPIB) and how
it relates to the sweep generator.
Chapter 6 - GPIB Operation
Chapter 6 provides specific information pertaining the the operation
of the sweep generator on the IEEE-488 Bus (GPIB).
Chapter 7 - Operator’s Maintenance
Chapter 7 provides operator troubleshooting, along with remove
and replace procedures.
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