|Hewlett Packard 8565A Spectrum analyzer|
The HP Model 8565A Spectrum Analyzer provides a visual display of RF signals in the frequency domain. Input signal amplitude is plotted on the CRT as a function of frequency. The HP Model 8565A is designed for simplicity of operation. Most measurements can be made using only three controls once the green Normal Settings have been preset. The Model 8565A has absolute amplitude and frequency calibration from 10 MHz to 22 GHz. The frequency span, bandwidth, and video filter are all coupled with automatic sweep to maintain a calibrated display and simplify operation of the analyzer. Internal preselection eliminates most spurious responses to simplify signal identification. The preselector also extends dynamic range of the analyzer as well as provides some protection for the input mixer. All major spectrum analyzer parameters are displayed on the CRT bezel readout. The frequency range of the HP Model 8565A is 10 MHz to 22 GHz in direct coaxial input and 14.5 to 40 GHz when used with the HP Model 11517A External Mixer.
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|Hewlett Packard -- 8565A -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type:||Service and User Manual|
|Size:||230.04 Mbytes (241210238 Bytes)|
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|Upload date:||24 November 2013|
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This manual applies directly to HP Model 8565A Spectrum Analyzer having serial prefix number 1712A. For additional important information about serial numbers see INSTRUMENTS COVERED BY MANUAL in Section I. This Operating and Service Manual contains information required to install, operate, test, adjust, and service the Hewlett-Packard Model 8565A. Figure 1-1 shows the instrument and accessories supplied. This section covers instrument identification, description, options, accessories, specifications, and other basic information. This manual is divided into eight sections which provide information as follows: a. SECTION I, GENERAL INFORMATION, contains the instrument description and specifications as well as the accessory and recommended test equipment list. b. SECTION II, INSTALLATION, contains information relative to receiving inspection, preparation for use, mounting, packing, and shipping. c. SECTION III, OPERATION, contains instructions for operating the instrument. d. SECTION IV, PERFORMANCE TESTS, contains information required to verify that instrument performance is in accordance with published specifications. e. SECTION V, ADJUSTMENTS, contains information required to properly adjust and align the instrument after repair. f. SECTION VI, REPLACEABLE PARTS, contains information required to order all parts and assemblies. g. SECTION VII, MANUAL BACKDATING CHANGES, contains backdating information to make this manual compatible with earlier equipment configurations. h. SECTION VIII, SERVICE, contains descriptions of the circuits, schematic diagrams, parts location diagrams, and troubleshooting procedure to aid the user in maintaining the instrument.
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