|Hewlett Packard 8656A Generator|
The Hewlett-Packard Model 8656A is a synthesized signal generator with a carrier frequency range of 100 kHz to 990 MHz. Its output amplitude is leveled and calibrated from +13 to -127 dBm. AM and/or FM functions can be individually selected. The carrier frequency, output amplitude, and modulation functions can be remotely programmed via the Hewlett-Packard Interface Bus. The unique modular design and incorporated service features permit rapid and easy calibration and service.
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|Hewlett Packard -- 8656A -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type||Service and User Manual|
|Size||41.40 Mbytes (43413053 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.|
|Upload date||24 November 2013|
|Downloads||192 since 24 November 2013|
This manual applies directly to instruments with serial numbers prefixed 2035A. With changes described in Section VII, this manual also applies to instruments with serial numbers prefixed 2032A, 2027A, 2026A, 2025A, 2024A, 2023A, 2022A, 2018A, 2014A, and 2009A. For additional important information about serial numbers, see INSTRUMENTS COVERED BY MANUAL in Section I. This section of the manual describes the instruments documented by this manual and covers instrument description, options, accessories, specifications, and other basic information. The other sections contain the following information: Section II, Installation: provides information about initial inspection, preparation for use (including time base selection and HP-IB address selection for remote operation), and storage and shipment. Section III, Operation: provides information about panel features and includes operator’s checks, operating instructions for both local and remote operation, and operator’s maintenance information. Section IV, Performance Tests: provides the information required to check performance of the instrument against the critical specifications listed in Table 1-1. Section V, Adjustments: provides the information required to properly adjust the instrument. Section VI, Replaceable Parts: provides ordering information for all replaceable parts and assemblies. Section VII, Manual Changes: with the backdating information, this manual applies to all instruments as indicated on the title page. Section VIII, Service: provides the information required to repair the instrument.
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