Anritsu MS610B Spectrum analyzer
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MS610B
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1986
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The MS61 OB/J Spectrum Analyzer has a wide frequency range of 10 kHz to 2 GHz, and covers a broad range from the video to the UHF/VHF bands. The MS610B.J also has a high harmonic dynamic range of 80 dB or more, so the time required for higher harmonic and spurious measurements is significantly reduced. The coupled functions are provided to simplify operation. In the coupled mode, the only required operation is to set frequency, frequency span, and reference level. The GP-IB and QP (Quasi Peak) detector for radio interference (EMI) measurement (options) are available for wider applications. Frequency and frequency response can be accurately measured by using the MH680B Tracking Generator and a Counter with the MS610B.J. The MS610B.J is easy to transport, features compact design, is lightweight, and has low power consumption. It can also be operated on battery-power in the field. The input impedances are 50Ω for the MS610B and 75Ω for the MS610J,

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User Manual
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174
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October 1986
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SECTION 1 GENERAL ... 1-1 SECTION 2 COMPOSITION AND SPECIFICATIONS 2.1 Composition ... 2-1 2.2 Specifications ... 2-2 2.3 Peripheral Devices and Accessories ... 2-6 2.3.1 MH680A/B Tracking Generator ... 2-6 2.3.2 MH648A Preamplifier ... 2-7 2.3.3 Artificial Mains Network ... 2-8 2.3.4 High Impedance Probe ... 2-8 2.3.5 Battery Pack and DC-DC Converter ... 2-9 2.3.6 Frequency Counter ... 2-9 2.3.7 Antennas ... 2-10 2.3.8 Packet III Personal Technical Computer .. 2-11 2.3.9 Accessories ... 2-12 SECTION 3 OPERATION 3.1 Handling Precautions ... 3-1 3.1.1 Power supply ... 3-1 3.1.2 Installation site environmental conditions ... 3-1 3.1.3 Maximum input level ... 3-2 3.2 Front and Rear Panel Controls ... 3-3 3.3 Description of Controls ... 3-7 3.3.1 FREQUENCY ... 3-7 (1) COARSE-FINE dial ... 3-7 (2) START FREQ and CENTER FREQ ... 3-8 (3) FREQ ZERO ADJ ... 3-8 3.3.2 MODE ... 3-9 (1) Function ... 3-9 (2) DATA ... 3-9 * (3) REFERENCE LEVEL ... 3-9 (4) MARKER LEVEL ... 3-10 (5) FREQ SPAN ... 3-11 (6) INPUT ATTEN ... 3-12 (7) RBW ... 3-13 (8) SWEEP TIME ... 3-13 3.3.3 COUPLED TO SPAN ... 3-14 3.3.4 COUPLED TO REF ... 3-16 3.3.5 VIDEO FILTER ... 3-17 3.3.6 SCALE ... 3-18 3.3.7 TRIG ... 3-19 3.3.8 DISPLAY UNCAL ... 3-20 3.3.9 GAIN ADJ ... 3-20 3.3.10 INTENSITY ... 3-21 3.3.11 GP-IB ... 3-21 3.3.12 REFERENCE LEVEL (rear panel) ... 3-22 3.4 Measurement ... 3-23 3.4.1 Measurement preparation ... 3-23 (1) Power-ON ... 3-23 (2) Gain calibration ... 3-24 (3) Frequency display zero calibration ... 3-25 (4) TRACE ROTATION and V. POSITION adjustments ... 3-25 3.4.2 Fundamental measurement ... 3-26 3.4.3 Measurement with improved frequency accuracy ... 3-27 (1) Measurement with improved frequency accuracy using CAL OUT signal ... 3-27 (2) Measurement with improved frequency accuracy using MH680B and frequency Counter ... 3-28 3.4.4 Spurious measurement ... 3-32 (1) Harmonics measurement with fast operation ... 3-32 (2) Inter modulation product measurement ... 3-34 (3) Random spurious signal measurement . 3-34 (4) Spectrum purity measurement ... 3-34 3.4.5 Modulated wave measurement ... 3-35 (1) Procedure ... 3-35 (2) AM wave measurement ... 3-35 (3) AM wave measurement when modulation frequency is low ... 3-37 (4) FM wave measurement ... 3-3 8 (5) PAM wave measurement ... 3-39 (6) Audio modulation signal monitoring ... 3-40 3.4.6 Field strength measurement ... 3-42 (1) Measurement in dBU units ... 3-43 (2) Direct reading measurement of field strength using specified antenna ... 3-43 (3) Antenna coefficient display ... 3-44 3.4.7 Radio interference (EMI) measurement ... 3-44 3.4.8 Measurement using GP-IB ... 3-44 SECTION 4 DAILY MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE 4.1 Daily Maintenance ... 4-1 4.2 Storage ... 4-1 4.2.1 Storage precautions ... 4-1 4.2.2 Recommended storage conditions ... 4-2 SECTION 5 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION 5.1 Introduction ... 5-1 5.2 Frequency Conversion Circuit ... 5-2 5.3 IF Circuit ... 5-2 5.4 Detection and Video Circuits ... 5-3 5.5 Sawtooth Generator and Local Oscillator Control Circuit ... 5-3 5.6 Controller ... 5-4 SECTION 6 PERFORMANCE TEST 6.1 Introduction ... 6-1 6.2 Equipment Required for Performance Test ... 6-2 6.3 Preliminary Operations ... 6-5 6.4 Performance Test ... 6-5 6.4.1 CAL Output ... 6-5 6.4.2 Frequency display accuracy ... 6-8 6.4.3 Frequency span accuracy ... 6-11 6.4.4 Resolution bandwidth selectivity ... 6-13 6.4.5 Frequency stability ... 6-17 6.4.6 Residual FM ... 6-18 6.4.7 Sideband noise ... 6-21 6.4.8 LOG scale linearity ... 6-23 6.4.9 Reference level accuracy ... 6-25 6.4.10 Frequency response ... 6-27 6.4.11 Average noise level ... 6-30 6.4.12 2nd and 3rd harmonics distortion ... 6-31 6.4.13 Residual spurious response ... 6-34 6.4.14 Resolution bandwidth gain variation ... 6-35 6.4.15 RF input impedance (terminal) ... 6-37 6.4.16 Power consumption ... 6-41 6.4.17 Data sheets ... 6-42

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