|Hewlett Packard 83522A|
The Model 83522A is an RF plug-in which has been designed for use with the Model 8350A Sweep Oscillator. The Model 83522A covers the frequency range of 0.01 to 2.4 GHz. A YIG oscillator is used as the tunable RF frequency source and a fixed 3.8 GHz oscillator is mixed with the YIG oscillator to generate a 0.01 to 2.4 GHz RF output. Model 83522A front panel functional controls, pushbuttons, and the Rotary Pulse Generator (RPG), are monitored by the Model 8350A via the RF plug-in interface circuits. The Model 8350A generates a tuning voltage ramp according to the mode of operation (CW, START/STOP, CF/AF). This voltage ramp is scaled and offset by the Model 83522A to provide a voltage ramp which is proportional to the YIG oscillator frequency in the Model 83 522A. The Model 83522A then converts the tuning ramp voltage to a current which drives the YIG oscillator tuning coil. The Model 83522A offers a maximum leveled RF output power of +13 dBm. Internal (INT), External (EXT), and Power Meter (MTR) leveling is available as selected by the front panel pushbuttons. A front panel EXT/MTR ALC input connector and gain control (CAL) are provided to use with an external leveling loop. A front panel LED indicates when the RF output becomes unleveled. The RF output level is controlled by the Model 83522A RPG, the Model 8350A data entry controls (keypad and step keys), or through HP-IB control via the Model 8350A.
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|Hewlett Packard -- 83522A -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type:||Service and User Manual|
|Size:||40.74 Mbytes (42719204 Bytes)|
|Quality:||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date:||01 December 2013|
|Downloads:||191 since 01 December 2013|
This manual applies directly to HP Model 83522A RF Plug-ins having serial number prefix 2040A or 2127A. For additional information about serial numbers, refer to INSTRUMENTS COVERED BY MANUAL in Section I. This manual is divided into eight major sections which provide the following information: a. SECTION I, GENERAL INFORMATION, includes a brief description of the instrument, safety considerations, specifications, supplemental characteristics, instrument identification, options available, accessories available, and a list of recommended test equipment. b. SECTION II, INSTALLATION, provides information for initial inspection, preparation for use, storage, and shipment. c. SECTION III, OPERATION, explains the resolution characteristics of the RF plug-in in CW and swept frequency modes. Operating instructions include a front panel FREQUENCY CALIBRATION procedure, FM switch parameter settings, and crystal and power meter leveling instructions. A description of front and rear panel features and plug-in error codes is also given. d. SECTION IV, PERFORMANCE TESTS, presents procedures required to verify that performance of the RF Plug-in is in accordance with published specifications. e. SECTION V, ADJUSTMENTS, presents procedures required to properly adjust and align the Model 83522A RF Plug-in after repair. f. SECTION VI, REPLACEABLE PARTS, provides information required to order all parts and assemblies. g. SECTION VII, MANUAL BACKDATING CHANGES, provides backdating information required to make this manual compatible with earlier shipment configurations. h. SECTION VIII, SERVICE, provides an overall instrument block diagram with troubleshooting and repair procedures. Each assembly within the instrument is covered on a separate Service Sheet which contains a circuit description, schematic diagram, component location diagram, and troubleshooting information to aid in the proper maintenance of the instrument.
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