Hewlett Packard HP 86290B
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Model:
HP 86290B
Date:
1984
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Description:
RF PlugIn

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The HP Model 86290B is designed as a Plug-In for the 8620C mainframe. The mainframe and 86290B Plug-In make up a solid-state sweep signal source with a frequency range of 2.0 to 18.6 GHz. The frequency range is swept in either one continuous band or in three bands. In single band operation, Band 1 sweeps 2.0 to 6.2 GHz, Band 2 sweeps 6.0 to 12.4 GHz, and Band 3 sweeps 12.0 to 18.6 GHz. When Band 4 is selected on the mainframe, the full frequency range of 2.0 to 18.6 GHz is swept continuously. The fundamental frequency of 2.0 to 6.2 GHz is generated by a YIG Tuned Oscillator (YTO). A YTO test signal (typically — 10 dBm) is available at the rear panel AUX OUT connector. A YIG Tuned Multiplier (YTM) provides the frequency range from 6.0 to 18.6 GHz. The RF output of the instrument is controlled by the front panel POWER LEVEL control. Power can be leveled, externally or internally, across the band using a conventional power sampling and feedback technique. The automatic level control (ALC) switch selects the mode of leveling either internal (INT), external crystal (EXT), or power meter (MTR). A front panel EXT INPUT connector and ALC GAIN control are provided to use with an external leveling loop. When the UNLEVELED light is on, it indicates that the leveling loop is open over a portion of the swept band. BNC connectors on the rear panel allow for external GM signal inputs, a 1 V/GHz frequency reference voltage output, and a SEQ SYNC timing signal. Options for the Model 86290B RF Plug-In are available to (1) substitute a rear-panel RF OUTPUT connector and route the EXT INPUT connector to the rear panel and (2) provide a front-panel or rear-panel APC-7 RF OUTPUT connector. The 86290B Option 004 has the RF OUTPUT and ALC EXT INPUT connectors mounted on the rear panel instead of the front panel. Installation information may be obtained from the nearest Hewlett-Packard Field Service Center. Installation of the Option 004 requires the parts listed in Table 1-3. The standard 86290B RF Plug-In uses a Type-N RF OUTPUT connector. The 86290B Option 005 provides an APC-7 OUTPUT connector.

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Serviço e Manual do Usuário
Manual type:
Serviço e Manual do Usuário
Pages:
218
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9.61 Mbytes (10073547 Bytes)
Language:
english
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Manual-ID:
86290-90074
Date:
01 July 1984
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Scaned documento, todas legível.
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14 June 2020
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Including Options 004 and 005 SERIAL NUMBERS This manual applies directly to HP Model 86290B RF Plug-In having serial number prefix 2227A. With changes described in Section VII, this manual also applies to instruments with serial numbers prefixed 1704A, 1727A, 1737A, 1742A 1807A, 1840A, 1847A, 1852A, 1904A, 1908A, 1933A, 1952A, 2021A, 2034A, 2046A, 2109A, 2138A, and 2217A. This Operating and Service manual contains information required to install, operate, test, adjust, and service the Hewlett-Packard Model 86290B RF PlugIn. Figure 1-1 shows the instrument and Accessories supplied. This section covers instrument identification, description, options, Accessories, specifications, and other basic information. 1-3. This manual is divided into eight sections which provide information as follows: a. SECTION I, GENERAL INFORMATION, contains the instrument description and specifications as well as the accessory and recommended test equipment list. b. SECTION II, INSTALLATION, contains information relative to receiving inspection, preparation for use, mounting, packing, and shipping. c. SECTION III, OPERATION, contains operating instructions for the instrument, d. SECTION IV, PERFORMANCE TESTS, contains information required to verify that instrument performance is in accordance with published specifications. e. SECTION V, ADJUSTMENTS, contains information required to properly adjust and align the instrument after repair. f. SECTION VI, REPLACEABLE PARTS, contains information required to order all parts and assemblies. g. SECTION VII, MANUAL CHANGES, contains backdating information to make this manual compatible with earlier equipment configurations. h. SECTION VIII, SERVICE, contains descriptions of the circuits, schematic diagrams, parts location diagrams, and troubleshooting procedures to aid the user in maintaining the instrument. 1-4. Supplied with this manual is an Operating Information Supplement. The Supplement is a copy of the first three sections of this manual, and should be kept with the instrument for use by the operator. Additional copies of the Operating Information Supplement can be ordered through your nearest Hewlett-Packard office. The part number is listed on the title page.

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