The A function generator and all associated options will be The Keysight Technologies A func- . Operating manual, service manual, quick. Agilent A. 20 MHz Function /. Arbitrary Waveform Generator. Service Guide . Publication Number (order as manual set). Agilent A. Function/Arbitrary Waveform Generator .. trigger from the rear- panel Trig In connector, a manual trigger from the key, or a software (bus) trigger .
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For a more detailed discussion of the calibration procedures, see chapter 4 in the Agilent A Service Guide. Chapter 3 Features and Functions Burst Mode Burst Period The burst period defines time from the start of one burst to the start of 333220a next burst.
Used only when the Internal modulation source is selected PM: Select the source from which the function generator will accept a trigger. Chapter 3 Features and Functions Calibration Overview Calibration Message The function generator allows you to store one message in calibration memory in the mainframe.
The default is VPP. Used in the internal triggered burst mode only.
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Page Chapter xgilent Error Messages Command Errors String data not allowed A character string was received but is not allowed for this command. Make sure agjlent you have selected the proper trigger source and verify that the sweep or burst mode is enabled. The Status Byte enable register is cleared when: Sending a text message to the display overrides the display state as set by the DISP command. If you set the carrier to a value less than the deviation frequency with FM enabledthe function mxnual will automatically adjust the deviation to the maximum value allowed with the present carrier frequency.
Press any of the front-panel function keys except. The magnitude of a sine wave is usually specified by its peak, peak-to-peak, or root-mean- square RMS value.
33220A Function / Arbitrary Waveform Generator, 20 MHz
Chapter 3 Features and Functions System-Related Operations System-Related Operations This section gives information on topics such as instrument state storage, power-down recall, error conditions, self test, and front-panel display control. In AM amplitude modulationthe amplitude of the carrier is varied by the amplitude of the modulating waveform.
Page 65 Chapter 3 Features and Functions Output Configuration Duty Cycle Square Waves The duty cycle of a square wave represents the amount of time per cycle that the square wave is at a high level assuming that the waveform is not inverted.
Afilent, you cannot overwrite any of the five built-in waveforms. Page Chapter 5 Error Messages Execution Errors Settings conflict; triggered burst not available for noise You cannot use the noise function in the ,anual burst mode. IP address to a device on a network. Symmetry represents the amount of time per cycle that the ramp wave is rising assuming that the waveform is not inverted. MIN selects the minimum duty cycle for the selected frequency and MAX selects the maximum duty cycle see restrictions below.
Index softkey labels 4 questionable data register trigger output software bus trigger,register diagram trigger source standard event register sweeps software revision status byte register Sync signal software, connectivity 15 status system symmetry maual sound beeper For periods above 10 seconds, the minimum pulse width is greater.
Press the key to enter the numeric entry mode.
Index If you have questions relating to the operation of the Agilent A, call in the United States, or contact your nearest Agilent Technologies Office. Chapter 7 Tutorial Pulse Waveform Generation Pulse Waveform Generation To eliminate distortion due to aliasing at higher frequencies, the Agilent A also uses a different waveform generation technique to create pulse waveforms.
Page 67 Chapter 3 Features and Functions Output Configuration Voltage Autoranging Autoranging is enabled by default and the function generator automatically selects the optimal settings for the output amplifier and attenuators. Press the key to view the list of available help topics.
Select linear or logarithmic agi,ent for the sweep. If the test fails, one or more error messages will be generated to provide additional information on the failure. Then press the DONE softkey to store the waveform in volatile memory or press the Store in Non-Vol 3322a to store the waveform in one of four non-volatile memory locations. Spectrum of Above Waveform at kHz Square Waveform Generation To eliminate distortion due to aliasing at higher frequencies, the A uses a different waveform generation technique to create square waves.
You may never have to change some of the parameters discussed here, but they are provided to give you the flexibility you might need.
You can select a sine, square, ramp, pulse, or arbitrary waveform noise is allowed only in the gated burst mode and dc is not allowed. Page Chapter 3 Features and Functions Burst Mode Burst Trigger Source In the triggered burst mode, nanual function generator outputs a burst with the specified number of cycles burst count each time a trigger is received.
The Standard Event enable register is cleared when: Index affect on amplitude 63 PM 85 load termination 35 PWM 93 offset affect on amplitude 63 tutorial description amplitude limitations 60,local language, help 28 modulation depth AM 77,local operation LAN modulation depth, percent modulation arb waveform limitations 61, logarithmic sweep Press the Stop softkey and then set the value to 5 kHz using the numeric keypad or the knob and cursor keys.
This is the frequency at which the signal on the front-panel Sync connector goes to a logic low during the sweep.
In the United States: Status Byte Register Commands See the table on page for the register bit definitions. In This Book Quick Start Chapter 1 prepares the function generator for use and helps you get familiar with a few of its front-panel features. When enabled, a TTL-compatible square waveform with either a rising edge default or falling edge is output from the rear-panel Trig Out connector at the beginning of the sweep or burst. In some cases, the amplitude limits are determined by the output units selected.
Page Chapter 3 Features and Functions Frequency Sweep Sweep Trigger Source In the sweep mode, the function generator outputs a single sweep when a trigger signal is received. Waveform Polarity In the normal mode defaultthe waveform goes positive during the first part of the cycle. Page Chapter 3 Features and Functions System-Related Operations Beeper Control Normally, the function generator will emit a tone when an error is generated from the front-panel or over the remote interface. These parameters are similar to the start frequency and stop frequency see the previous page and are included to give you added flexibility.