|Hewlett Packard 683C Oscillator|
The Model 683C Sweep Oscillator is one of several Electronic Sweep Oscillators which cover major microwave bands. Sweep oscillators are used as signal sources for a wide variety of laboratory and production tests. They provide a high-level relatively constant-amplitude signal that can be rapidly changed in frequency. Thus they permit the characteristics of microwave systems or components to be quickly checked over an entire band of frequencies. The Model 683C Sweep Oscillator covers the complete S band from 2 to 4 kmc (gc) and uses a backward wave oscillator (bwo) tube to generate the rf signal. The bwo tube has several advantages over previously used klystron type microwave oscillator tubes when used in sweep sources.
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|Hewlett Packard -- 683C -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type:||Service and User Manual|
|Size:||27.19 Mbytes (28515803 Bytes)|
|Quality:||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date:||30 November 2013|
|Downloads:||138 since 30 November 2013|
This manual specifically describes Model 683C of the TllO series, and in general describes all 683C sweep oscillators. If, however, the serial number of your instrument is prefixed by TO24 or T044, there are parts of themanual which do not apply to your instrument. If your instrument carries one of these serial numbers, information specific to your instrument is furnished with this manual. This supplementary material includes schematics, parts list, and replacement paragraphs and illustrations for those items in the manual that do not describe your instrument. The supplementary data is indexed; paragraph and figure numbers are the same as those used in the manual for the corresponding information.
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