Fluke 6060B Generador
Fabricante:
Modelo:
6060B
Fecha:
1986
Categoría:
Grupo:
Descripción:
Synthesized RF Signal Generator

Información

The 6060B Synthesized Signal Generator (referred to as the Generator or instrument) is a fully-programmable, precision, synthesized signal Generator. The Generator is designed for applications that require good modulation, frequency accuracy, and output level performance with moderate spectral purity. It is well suited for testing a wide variety of RF components and systems including filters, amplifiers, mixers, and radios, particularly on-channel radio testing. Generator DESCRIPTION Fundamental features of the Generator are as follows: 0.01-MHz to 1050-MHz frequency range in 10-Hz steps + 13-dB to -127-dBm level range in 0.1-dB steps AM and FM, internal or external Internal 400-Hz and 1000-Hz modulation Oscillator Relative frequency and amplitude Volts/dBm conversion Store/recall memory Master/slave for frequency, amplitude, and modulation step (IEEE-488 Interface controlled,) Fluorescent display 5 1 /4-inches high, rack mountable

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Servicio y Manual del usuario
Type manuel:
Servicio y Manual del usuario
Páginas:
312
Tamaño:
11.95 Mbytes (12535171 Bytes)
Idioma:
english
Revisión:
Manuel-ID:
792697
Fecha:
01 febrero 1986
Formato:
Documento Scaneds, en parte leyendo mal, no parcialmente legible.
Fecha de subida:
20 enero 2018
MD5:
86640d36f75aad9aa17ff0089c364e67
Descargas:
818

Información

Instruction Manual M. INTRODUCTION ... 1-1 1-2. UNPACKING THE Generator ... l-l 1,-3. SAFETY ... 1-1 1-4* OPERATOR INFORMATION CARD ... 1-2 1-5. Generator DESCRIPTION ... 1-2 1-6, Controller Functions ... 1-2 1-10. Frequency ... 1-3 1-11. Reference ... * ... 1-3 1-12. Amplitude ... 1-3 1-13. Modulation ... ... 1-3 1-14. OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES ... 1-4 1-15. RECOMMENDED TEST EQUIPMENT ... 1-4 M6. MNEMONICS ... 1-4 1-17. SIGNAL Generator SPECIFICATIONS ... 1-4 2 INSTALLATION AND OPERATION ... 2-1 2“1. INTRODUCTION ... 2-1 2-2. INITIAL INSPECTION ... 2-1 2-3. SETTING UP THE Generator ... 2-1 2-4. Line Power Requirements ... , ... , 2-1 2“5. Line Voltage and Fuse Selection ... 2-1 2-6. IEEE-488 Address ... * ... 2-2 2-7. RACK OR BENCH MOUNTING THE Generator ... 2-2 2-8. GENERAL OPERATING INFORMATION ... 2-3 2-9. Familiarization ... *____2-3 2-10, Local Versus Remote Operation ... 2-3 2-11. Power-On Sequence ... 2-3 2-12. Changing Output Parameters ... 2-3 2-13, Function Entry ... 2-9 2-14, Bright-Digit Edit Operation ... 2-11 2-15. Step Operation ... 2-11 2-16. Status and Clear Entries .,, ... 2-12 2-17. RF Output On/Off ... 2-12 2-18. Modulation On/Off and Rate ... 2-12 2-19. Memory ... 2-12 2-20, Special Function ... 2~13 2-21, OPERATING REFERENCE MATERIAL ... 2-13 2-22. Amplitude and Frequency Entry . * ... * ... 2-16 2-24. Amplitude Units Conversion ... 2-17 2-25* Bright-Digit Edit Entry ... 2-17 2-26, Memory Entry ... 2-19 2-27. Modulation Entry ... 2-20 2-28* Relative Function * ... * * ... 2-22 2-29. RF Output On/Off Entry ... * * ... 2-23 2-30. Special Function Entry ... * ... 2-24 2-31. Status and Clear Entry ... * ... 2-24 2-32. Step Entry ... 2-26 2-33. REMOTE OPERATION (IEEE-488 INTERFACE) ... 2-27 2-34* Setting Up The IEEE-488 Interface ... 2-28 2-35, Programming Commands ... * ... 2-29 2-36. Programming Examples ... 2-29 2-40. Interface Functions ... 2-38 2-41, Address Mode ... 2-38 2-46. Talk-Only Mode ... 2-41 2-47. Listen-Only Mode *. * ... 2-42 2-48. Command Syntax ... 2^42 2-52. Command Descriptions . * ... 2-44 2-60. Command Processing ... 2-60 2-63. Timing Data ... 2-61 2-69. Power-on Conditions ... 2-63 3 THEORY OF OPERATION ... 3-1 3-1, INTRODUCTION ... 3-1 3-2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION ... 3-1 3-3. Front Section , ... 3-1 3-4, Module Section . * * ... 3-1 3-5. Rear Section ... 3-1 3-6. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ... 3-2 3-7, Level ... 3-2 3-8, Amplitude Modulation ... 3-2 3-9. Frequency ... 3-3 3-10, Frequency Modulation ... 3-3 3-11. SOFTWARE OPERATION ... 3-3 3-12. User Interface ... 3-4 3-13. Amplitude Control ... 3-4 3-14, Attenuators ... 3~4 3-15, Level DAC ... ^ 3-16. Temperature Compensation ... 3-5 3-17, Reverse Power Protector ... 3-5 3-18. Frequency Reference Control ... 3-5 3-19. Frequency Control ... 3-5 3-20. Modulation On/Off ... 3-5 3-21. Modulation Frequency ... 3-5 3-22. Amplitude Modulation ... 3-6 3-23. Frequency Modulation ... 3-6 3-24. FM Deviation ... 3-6 3-25. Self Test ... 3-6 3-26, Service Special Functions ... 3-7 3-27. Status Signals ... 3-7 3-28. DETAILED CIRCUIT DESCRIPTIONS ... 3-8 3-29, FRONT SECTION, AI ... 3-8 3-30. Display PCA, Al A1 ... 3-9 3-37. Switch PCB, A1A2 ... 3-9 3-38, MODULE SECTION, A2 ... 3-10 3-39. Synthesizer PCA, A2A1 ... 3-10 3-50. VCO PCA, A2A2 ... 3-18 3-51. Output PCA, A2A4 , ... 3-19 3-57. Attenuator PCA, A2A5 ... 3-22 3-58. Controller PCA, A2A7 ... 3-23 3-67. REAR SECTION, A3 ... 3-25 3-68. Power supply PCA, A3A1 ... 3-25 3-69. Sub-Harmonic Reference (Part of A2A1) ,,,,, ... 3-26 3-70. NON VOLATILE MEMORY A2A8 ... 3-26 3-71, Power Circuit ... 3-26 3-72. Memory Control ... 3-26 4 MAINTENANCE ... 4-1 4-1. INTRODUCTION ... 4-1 4-2. SERVICE METHODS ... 4-1 4-3. Fluke Service ... *.**,,*.**, ... ,,..,, ... 4-1 4-4, Module Replacement ... 4-1 4-5. Parts Replacement ... 4-1 4A PERFORMANCE TESTS ... 4A-1 4A-1. INTRODUCTION ... 4A-1 4A-2. TEST EQUIPMENT ... 4A-1 4A-3. POWER-ON TEST ... 4A-3 4A-4. SYNTHESIS TEST ... 4A-3 4A-5. HIGH-LEVEL ACCURACY TEST ... 4A-4 4A-6. MID-LEVEL ACCURACY TEST ... 4A-6 4A-7, LOW-LEVEL ACCURACY TEST ... 4A-7 4A-8. ALTERNATE-LEVEL ACCURACY TEST ... 4A-8 4A-9. OUTPUT LEAKAGE TEST ... 4A-9 4A-10. ALTERNATE OUTPUT LEAKAGE TEST ... 4A-10 4A-11. HARMONIC AND SPURIOUS TEST ... 4A-11 4A-12. MODULATION TESTS ... 4A-12 4A-I3. SWR TESTS ... 4A-17 4B ACCESS PROCEDURES ... 4B-1 4B-1, INTRODUCTION ... 4B-1 4B-2. LOCATION OF MAJOR ASSEMBLIES ... 4B-1 4B-3. ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS ... 4B-1 4B-4. Removing the Front Section Assembly, A1 ... 4B-1 4B-5» Removing the Rear Section Assembly, A3 ... 4B-2 4B-6. Removing the Synthesizer Board, A2A 1 ... ,, ... 4B-2 4B-8. Removing the Attenuator/ RPP A2A5 Assembly ... 4B-2 4B-9. Removing the VCO Board, A2A1 ... 4B-2 4C CALIBRATION ADJUSTMENTS ... 4C-1 4C-1. INTRODUCTION ... 4C-1 4C-2. SAFETY ... 4C-1 4C-3. POWER SUPPLY, A3A1, ADJUSTMENT ... 4C-2 4C-5. OUTPUT ASSEMBLY, A2A4, ADJUSTMENT ... 4C-4 4C-6. SYNTHESIZER ASSEMBLY, A2AI ADJUSTMENT ... 4C-10 4D TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR ... 4D-1 4D-1. INTRODUCTION ... 4D-1 4D-2. MODULE REPLACEMENT ... 4D-1 4D-3. Power supply PCA, A3 A1 ... 4D-2 4D-5. Synthesizer PCA, A2A I ... 4D-2 4D-6. VCO PCA, A2A2 ... 4D-3 4D-7, Output PCA, A2A4 ... 4D-3 4D-8. Controller PCA, A2A7 ... 4D-3 4D-9. Display PCA, A1A1 ... 4D-3 4D-10. Attenuator/RPP PCA A2A5 ... 4D-3 4D-11. IEEE-488 PCA, A3A3 ... 4D~3 4D-12, Non-Volatile Memory PCA, A2A8 ... 4D-3 4D-13. PARTS REPLACEMENT ... 4D-3 4D-14, TROUBLESHOOTING ... 4D^ 4D“15. Service Special Functions ... 4D-4 4D-16. UNCAL Conditions ... 4D-5 4D“17. Self Test Description , ... 4D-5 4D-22. Check Output Signal ... 4D-8 4D-23. Auxiliary Power supply, PCA, A3A2 ... , ... 4D-8 4D-24. Check Power supply Voltages ... ,.. 4D-9 4D-25. DIGITAL AND CONTROL TROUBLESHOOTING ... 4D-10 4D-26. Control Activity ... 4D-10 4D-27. Latch Control ... 4D-10 4D-28. Microprocessor Kernel ... 4D-10 4D-29* Power Reset ... 4D-11 4D-30. Microprocessor Inputs ... 4D-11 4D-3L IEEE-488 Interrupt ... 4D-11 4D-32. Microprocessor Bus ... 4D-11 4D-33. Address Decoder ... 4D-11 4D-34, Display and Controls ... 4D-11 4D-35. Synthesizer TROUBLESHOOTING ... 4D-13 4D-36. Reference Circuitry Check ... 4D-13 4D-37, Main Phase Lock Loop ... 4D-13 4D-38, Sub-Synthesizer and HET (800 MHz), 40-MHz Loop ... 4D-16 4D-39. FM Circuitry ... 4D-16 4D-40, LEVEL TROUBLESHOOTING ... 4D-17 4D-41. Output Assembly Test Point Signal Information ... 4D-17 4D-42. ATTENUATOR LEVEL CONTROL ... 4D-17 4D-43. Attenuator Check ... 4D-17 4D-44, Unleveled Condition ... 4D-19 4D-45. AM TROUBLESHOOTING ... 4D-20 4D-46. Internal/External AM ... 4D-20 4D-47. ALC Loop Control Voltage ... 4D-21 4D-48. Detector Linearity ... 4D-21 4D-49. RPP Control ... 4D^2l 5 LIST OF REPLACEABLE PARTS ... 5-1 TABLE OF CONTENTS ... 5-1 5-1. INTRODUCTION ... 5-2 5-2. Parts List Information ... 5-2 5-3. HOW TO OBTAIN FARTS ... 5-2 5-4, Recommended Spare Parts Kit ... 5-3 6 OPTIONS ... 6-1 TABLE OF CONTENTS ... 6-1 7 GENERAL INFORMATION ... 7-1 7-1. FEDERAL SUPPLY CODES FOR MANUFACTURERS ... 7-2 7-2. U.S. SALES AREAS FOR ALL Fluke PRODUCTS ... 7-3 7-3. INTERNATIONAL SALES OFFICES ... 7-5 7-4. TECHNICAL SERVICE CENTERS ... 7-6 7A MANUAL CHANGE INFORMATION ... 7A-1 8 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ... 8-1 TABLE OF CONTENTS ... 8-1

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