|Hewlett Packard 5254C Other|
The Hewlett-Packard Model 5254C Frequency Converter is a plug-in unit which extends the frequency measuring capability of an HP Electronic Counter from . 15 to 3. 0 GHz (150 MHz to 3000 MHz). The stability and accuracy of the basic counter are retained by multiplying a 10-MHz signal, derived from the 1-MHz internal tizne base of the counter, to 50 MHz and selecting a harmonic frequency between 200 and 2950 MHz. This known harmonic of 50 MHz is then heterodyned with the INPUT signal. The resulting difference frequency, if between 1 MHz and 53 MHz (bandwidth of amplifier in plug-in) is counted and displayed by the counter. The frequency of the INPUT signal is then indicated by the combination of the MIXING FREQUENCY control (in gigahertz; front panel of plug-in) and the digital display of the counter (in megahertz).
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|Hewlett Packard -- 5254C -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type||Service and User Manual|
|Size||5.68 Mbytes (5953791 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||24 November 2013|
|Downloads||219 since 24 November 2013|
SERIALS PREFIXED: 1124A This manual applies directly to HP Model 5254C Frequency Converter having serial prefix number 1124A. MODELS 5254A & 5245B This manual with information provided in Section VII also applies to Model 5254B Frequency Converter having serial prefix number 952-, 712-, 514-, 429-, and 415.
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