|Hewlett Packard 8558B Spectrum analyzer|
|Description||Spectrum Analyzer .1-1500MHz|
The HP 8558B displays the amplitude and frequency of each component of an input signal on a CRT. This display gives quantitative information often not available from a conventional Oscilloscope. The HP 8558B is capable of measuring signals from - 117 dBm to +30 dBm over a frequency range of 100 kHz to 1500 MHz. Option 001: -110 dBm to + 30 dBm Option 002: - 63 dBm V to +80 dBm V The complete measuring system includes the HP 8558B Spectrum Analyzer plugged into a compatible Hewlett-Packard display mainframe.
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Hewlett Packard -- 8558B -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type||Service and User Manual|
|Size||78.01 Mbytes (81804089 Bytes)|
|Quality||Scanned document, all readable.|
|Upload date||01 December 2013|
|Downloads||10339 since 01 December 2013|
This manual applies directly to instruments with serial numbers prefixed 2436A. With modifications described in Section VII, this manual also applies to instruments with serial number prefixes 1914A through 2332A. For instruments with serial number prefixes lower than 1914A, refer to the HP 8558B Operation and Service Manual dated October 1977, HP Part Number 08558-90043, and the Manual Changes supplement supplied with it. This manual is divided into eight sections as follows: SECTION I, GENERAL INFORMATION: contains the instrument description and specifications, explains Accessories and options, and lists recommended test equipment. SECTION II, INSTALLATION AND OPERATION VERIFICATION: contains information concerning initial mechanical inspection, preparation for use, operating environment, packaging and shipping, and operation verification. SECTION III, OPERATION: contains detailed instructions for operation of the instrument. SECTION IV, PERFORMANCE TESTS: contains the necessary tests to verify that the electrical operation of the instrument is in accordance with published specifications. SECTION V, ADJUSTMENTS: contains the necessary adjustment procedures to adjustment the instrument properly after repair. SECTION VI, REPLACEABLE PARTS: contains the information necessary to order parts and/or assemblies for the instrument. SECTION VII, MANUAL BACKDATING CHANGES: contains backdating information to make this manual compatible with earlier equipment configurations. SECTION VIII, SERVICE: contains schematic diagrams, block diagrams, component location illustrations, parts lists, circuit descriptions, and troubleshooting information to aid in repair of the instrument.
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