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Hewlett Packard 3320A Synthesizer
Hewlett Packard
Model 3320A
Date 1973
Category: Measurement instruments
Group Synthesizer
                                    The Hewlett-Packard Model 3320A/B Frequency
Synthesizer provides accurate and stable frequencies from
0.001 Hz to 12.9999 MHz. Frequency selection is by three
controls that provide three digits of resolution plus an
overrange digit, and a vernier control that provides two
digits of resolution. A range control provides five ranges
of 1000 Hz, 10 kHz, 100kHz, 1000 kHz, and 10 MHz. The
output frequencies are derived from a precision single
frequency source by an indirect synthesis technique.
1-8. In the 3320A, the output amplitude is selected by a
0-13 dBm continuous potentiometer. Maximum output
voltage is I V rms into 50 Ω. The 3320B has a range of
+26.99 dBm to -{)9.99 dBm with a resolution of 0.01 dB.
The output amplitude can be selected in steps of 0.0 I dB,
0.1 dB, 1.0 dB, or 10 dB. Maximwn output voltage of the
3320B is 5 V rms into 50 Ω.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type Service and User Manual HewlettPackard-4939-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages 178
Size 23.77 Mbytes (24921757 Bytes)
Language english
Manual-ID/Number 03320-90001
Date August 1973
Quality Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
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The main body of this instruction manual applies to
Serial Number 1 I38A-00276 (Model 3320A)
1319A-00691 (Model 3320B)
and higher. Any changes made in instruments having
serial numbers higher than the above number will be
found in a "Manual Changes" supplement supplied
with this manual. Be sure to examine this supplement
for any changes which apply to your instrument and
record these changes in the manual. Backdating
information for instruments with lower serial numbers
will be found in Section VIII.

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