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Hewlett Packard 3581A Wave Analyzer
Hewlett Packard
Model: 3581A
Date: 1974
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Wave Analyzer
                                    The Hewlett-Packard Model 3581 A/C Wave Analyzer is a portable
instrument designed specifically for use in the audio
(15 Hz to 50 kHz) frequency range. As a signal analyzer,
the 3581 separates and measures the spectral components of
an input signal. By manually tuning the 3581 across the
spectrum, the signal components can be individually measured
and evaluated. By sweeping the 3581 over the band of
interest, a complete spectral display can be plotted with
an X-Y recorder connected to the recorder outputs. For
added versatility, the 3581 is equipped with a rear panel
Tracking Oscillator (BFO) output. When this output is used
as an excitation source, the 3581 functions as a network
analyzer for plotting the amplitude-vs.-frequency
characteristics of 2-port networks such as amplifiers,
attenuators and filters.

The amplitude of the tuned signal is indicated on a large,
easy-to-read meter with mirror backing. Absolute amplitude
can be read in dBV, dBm or rms volts; relative amplitude
can be read in dB or percent. The full-scale sensitivity
of the 3581 ranges from 0.1 ┬ÁV rms to 100 V rms. For
logarithmic measurements, the dynamic range is 80 dB.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Hewlett Packard -- 3581A -- Service and User Manual
File name: HewlettPackard-4854-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 171
Size: 10.57 Mbytes (11081678 Bytes)
Language: english
Manual-ID/Number: 03581-90012
Date: February 1976
Quality: Scanned document, all readable.
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