Analogic 2030 Générateur
Fabricant:
Modèle:
2030
Date:
1993
Catégorie:
Groupe:
Description:
Multifunction Waveform Synthesizer

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The 2030 is a versatile 20-MHz Multifunction Waveform Synthesizer capable of generating a wide variety of waveforms with exceptionally low distortion and high accuracy. Here is a summary of its functions and features: Functions O STANDARD WAVES: Sine, Square, Triangle, Pulse, Ramp Up/Down, DC Level, and Pseudo-Random Noise. □ MODULATED WAVES: Amplitude Modulation (AM), Frequency Modulation (FM), Phase Modulation, External AM, Exponential Decay, Linear and Logarithmic Sweep and sin X/X. □ COMBINED WAVES: Sum and product combinations of up to four standard functions. □ SPECIAL WAVES: Miscellaneous special-purpose waveforms. □ ARBITRARY WAVES: Pre-calculated waveforms received from an external source via the built-in IEEE-488 bus. □ Interactive graphics user Interface for ease of operation. □ Menu-driven operation of standard and specialized functions with additive noise. □ Customized waveforms by combining and modulating standard functions. □ Versatile triggering and gating capabilities. □ RS232 Interface and IEEE-488 (GPIB) instrumentation bus for remote operation. □ Isolated output for high noise immunity. □ Exceptional amplitude flatness, within 0.3 dB at 20 MHz. □ Frequency resolution of 0.1 ppm. □ Deep dual 250K data point memory.

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Manuel de l'utilisateur
Type manuel:
Manuel de l'utilisateur
Pages:
64
Taille:
2.36 Mbytes (2470003 Bytes)
Langue:
english
Révision:
2
Manuel-ID:
82-5081
Date:
1993 06 25
Qualité:
Document scanné, la lecture en partie mal, en partie illisible.
Date de transfert:
2017 10 15
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1 Introduction 1.1 ABOUT THIS MANUAL ... 1-1 1.2 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ... 1-1 1.3 SERVICE AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT ... 1-2 2 Getting Started ; 2.1 INTRODUCTION ... 2-1 2.2 UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS ... 2-1 j| 2.3 FRONT PANEL CONTROLS ... 2-1 fc" 2.4 INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTIONS ... 2-1 2.5 INPUT LINE VOLTAGE CONFIGURATION ... 2-4 I 2.6 BENCH-TOP INSTALLATION ... 2-4 2.7 INITIAL CHECKOUT PROCEDURE ... 2-5 3 Local Operation 3.1 INTRODUCTION ... 3-1 B 3.2 SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS ... 3-1 ® 3.2.1 Waveform Functions ... 3-1 w 3.2.2 Common Control Functions ... 3-2 p 3.3 I/O CONTROL SOURCE ... 3-2 3.3.1 Exclusive Front Pane! Control ... 3-3 r 3.3.2 Front Panel Control With GPIB Access ... 3-3 3.3.3 Exclusive GPIB Control ... 3-3 3.3.4 Exclusive RS232 Control ... 3-3 3.4 MAIN SIGNAL OUTPUT CONTROL ... 3-4 3.4.1 OUT Control Functions ... 3-4 ^ 3.4.2 Run/Stop Control ... 3-4 3.4.3 Output Characteristics ... 3-5 3.5 CLOCK SOURCE CONTROL ... 3-6 3.6 TRIGGER CONTROL ... - ... 3-7 3.7 STANDARD WAVE MENU ... 3-10 3.7.1 Setting Up a Standard Waveform ... 3-10 3.7.2 Using the GLITCH Function ... 3-11 3.8 MODULATED WAVES MENU ... 3-12 3.8.1 Setting Up a Modulated Waveform ... 3-12 3.8.2 Using the Sweep Function LONG Submenu ... 3-13 3 Local Operation - Continued 3.9 COMBINED WAVES MENU ... 3*14 3.9.1 Setting Up Standard Functions ... 3-15 3.9.2 Frequency Limitations ... ... 3-15 3.9.3 Selecting Modulation Type ... 3-16 3.9.4 Defining a Combined Output ... 3-16 3.9.5 Combined Waves Example ... 3-17 3.10 SPECIAL WAVES MENU ... 3-18 3.11 SAVING, RECALLING OR DELETING INSTRUMENT SET-UPS ... 3-19 3.11.1 Saving Set-Ups ... 3-19 3.11.2 Recalling Set-Ups ... 3-19 3.11.3 Deleting Set-Ups ... 3-19 4 Remote Operation 4.1 INTRODUCTION ... 4-1 4.1.1 Connecting to the RS232 Interface ... 4-2 4.1.2 Programming Guidelines ... 4-2 4.2 COMMAND ENTRY ... 4-2 4.3 MAINFRAME COMMON COMMANDS ... 4-3 4.3.1 Trigger Commands [TRIG] ... 4-3 4.3.2 Wave Functions [WAVE] ... 4-3 4.3.3 Output Functions [OUT] ... 4-3 4.3.4 Clock Functions[CLK] ... 4-4 4.3.5 Directory Functions [DIR] ... 4-4 4.3.6 Communication Functions [VO] ... 4-4 4.3.7 Display Functions [DISP] ... , 4-4 4.3.8 Run/Stop Functions [R/S] ... 4-4 4.4 STANDARD WAVE COMMANDS [WAVE=STD] ... 4-5 4.4.1 Waveform Command ... 4-5 4.4.2 Waveform Parameter Commands ... 4-5 4.5 MODULATED WAVE COMMANDS [WAVE=:MOD] ... 4-6 4.5.1 Modulated Waveforms ... 4-6 4.5.2 Modulated Waveform Parameter Commands ... 4-6 4.6 COMBINED WAVES COMMANDS [WAVE^COMB] ... 4-7 4.7 SPECIAL WAVES COMMANDS [WAVE=SPECIAL] ... 4-7 4.8 PROGRAMMING EXAMPLES ... 4-8 4.8.1 Example #1 - Standard Wave ... 4-8 4.8.2 Example #2 - Modulated Wave ... ... 4-8 4.8.3 Example #3 - Combined Waves ... - • 4.8.4 Example #4 - Queries ... 4-8 5 iEEE-bus and Arbitrary Waves 5.1 INTRODUCTION ... 5-1 5.2 GPIB INTERFACE ... 5-1 5.2.1 IEEE-488 Implemented Capabilities ... 5-1 5.2.2 GPIB Common Control Commands ... 5-1 5.2.3 IEEE-488 Standard Data Structure ... 5-2 5.3 ARBITRARY WAVES [WAVE-ARB] ... 5-4 5.3.1 Data Transfer Command ... 5-4 5.3.2 Data Format ... 5-5 5.3.3 Arbitrary Wave Example #1 ... 5-5 5.3.4 Arbitrary Wave Example #2 ... 5-5 5.3.5 Arbitrary Wave Example #3 ... 5-5 6 Applications 6.1 INTRODUCTION ... 6-1 6.2 AM RADIO TEST SIGNAL ... 6-1 6.3 EXTERNAL CLOCKING SOURCE FOR TTL DEVICES ... 6-1 6.4 GENERATING A HAVERSINE WAVE ... 6-2 6.5 SETTING UP A BURST WAVEFORM ... 6-2 6.6 TESTING AN ANALOG FILTER ... 6-2 7 Specifications

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