Tektronix AWG710B Generator
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AWG710B
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Description:
4.2 GS/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator

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The AWG710 & AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator is a waveform Generator that can generate simple and arbitrary waveforms and generates one–channel differential output arbitrary waveforms and function Generator waveforms. The AWG710 & AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator allows you to create sine, triangle, square, ramp, and complex waves, as well as direct current and noises signals. It allows you to set waveform attributes, such as frequency, amplitude, and offset. This instrument contains a hard disk drive, a 3.5–inch floppy disk drive, and Ethernet Interface for storing and recalling waveform data and instrument settings. You can remotely control the instrument by sending commands through both the GPIB and 100/10BASE–T interfaces, as well as transfer waveform data directly from a digital storage Oscilloscope to the AWG710&AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator using the GPIB Interface. This enables you to use the instrument in combination with other measurement equipment and a computer. The AWG710&AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator contains the following main features: 4.2 GS/s Sampling Rate: AWG710B 4.0 GS/s Sampling Rate: AWG710 8–bit DA Converter 32.4 M–word waveform memory (62.8 M optional):AWG710B 16.2 M–word waveform memory (32.4 M optional): AWG710 Two arbitrary marker outputs Five waveform editors (see Table 1-1) FG mode to generate a standard functional waveform easily Waveform Mixing mode to generate a mixing two-signals digitally. Synchronous operation mode to generate 2 channel signals by two AWG710Bs. /AWG710B only) The AWG710 & AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator provides the following additional features: An Ethernet port for using the NFS (Network File System) and/or FTP link. Refer to Ethernet Networking on page 3-162 for information. A GPIB Interface that can be used for remotely controlling the AWG710&AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator and for transferring the waveform data from the external oscilloscopes. Refer to Connecting to a GPIB Network on page 3-160 for information on setting the GPIB parameters. Refer to the AAWG710&AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator Programmer Manual for information on the remote control commands. Refer to Capturing Waveforms on page 3-181 for information about transferring waveforms from the external oscilloscopes to the AWG710 & AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator. A port on the rear panel for connecting a 101– or 106– type keyboard to the AWG710&AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator. You can input values or text with the keyboard instead of using the numeric keypad on the front–panel. Refer to External Keyboards on page 3-155 for information. An adjustment of focused color. Refer to Focused Color on page 3-158 for information. This setup procedure is also described in Tutorial 1: Instrument Setup on page 2-51.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
580
Size:
10.57 Mbytes (11084650 Bytes)
Language:
english
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Manual-ID:
071-1413-01
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Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
29 September 2019
MD5:
173ab1d9db9c97b9e557b081b611d7b2
Downloads:
1076

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This document supports firmware version 4.00 and above. The AWG710&AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator User Manual contains the following sections: The Getting Started section covers initial instrument inspection, available options and Accessories, instrument installation procedures, and power on and off procedures. In particular, the installation section covers the procedures required prior to turning on the unit and areas of the instrument that require special care or caution. The Operating Basics section describes instrument controls and menus, introduces instrument–specific terminology, provides an overview of the instrument internal structure, operating principles, basic operating procedures, and numeric input methods. This section also provides basic signal editing examples. The Reference section describes the functions and menu operations. The Appendices provide product specifications, performance verification procedures, sample waveforms, file transfer, outline sequence file text format, inspection and cleaning instructions.

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Service Manual
Manual type:
Service Manual
Pages:
302
Size:
25.39 Mbytes (26620361 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
071-1417-02
Date:
Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
29 September 2019
MD5:
4143119942fb86dc4b5da295b76ffcff
Downloads:
725

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This document applies to firmware version 4.0 and above. The AWG710B Arbitrary Waveform Generator service manual provides information necessary for servicing the waveform Generator to the module level. This manual is divided into main sections that address topics such as Specifications and Theory of Operation. Further, some sections are divided into subsections, such as Product Description and Removal and Installation Procedures. Sections containing procedures also contain introductions to those procedures. Be sure to read these introductions as they provide information needed to perform the service correctly and efficiently. The following list provides a brief description of each manual section. Specifications describes the waveform Generator and the characteristics that apply to it. Operating Information includes general information and operating instructions. Theory of Operation explains circuit descriptions that support service to the module level. Performance Verification provides procedures for confirming that the waveform Generator functions properly and meets warranted limits. Adjustment Procedures provides information and procedures to perform waveform Generator adjustments. Maintenance contains information and procedures for performing preventive and corrective maintenance on the waveform Generator. These instructions include cleaning, module removal and installation, and fault isolation to the module. Options contains information on servicing factory–installed options. Electrical Parts List section refers you to the Mechanical Parts List section which contains both the electrical and mechanical information on all module parts. Diagrams contains illustrations of modules and functional blocks in the waveform Generator. Mechanical Parts List provides a listing of all replaceable modules, their descriptions, and their Tektronix part numbers.

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