Description: Synthesized Sweeper Agilent / Keysight / HP
|Series||837xx Signal Generators|
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Agilent 83751A Signal Generator
Agilent has developed the 83751A Signal Generator offering the best relation of price and quality available on the market. This model has a sweeper that gives unrivaled precision and steadiness while keeping up the speed of a simple source. Completely combined CW, ventured and incline clear modes are accessible in broadband and narrowband operation. The combination capacity is especially helpful for the portrayal of narrowband gadgets, in which the recurrence instabilities of open-circle sources are evident.
Instrument execution is over the 0 to 55 °C of temperature. Two 83751/83752 sweepers can synchronously track each other over cleared or ventured frequencies at any settled or cleared recurrence counterbalance. To actualize, the 10MHz reference oscillators and range interface connectors should be appended. To start the Agilent 83751A operation, there is a required 30-minute warm-up time from 0 to 55 °C. Recurrence reference (option 1E5) base is kept at a working temperature with the instrument associated with AC control. Instruments separated from AC control for over 24 hours require 30 days to accomplish time base aging. Instruments separated from AC control require 24 hours to accomplish time base aging.
This model offers outputs at a 1 µs wide negative-going TTL beat at 1601 focuses uniformly dispersed over a simple breadth, or at each point in step clear mode. At the point when utilized with 8757D scalar analyzers, the quantity of pulses per clear (in analog clear mode) is dictated by the quantity of 8757 follow focuses.
This model has a manual that can be found on the
|VNA Frequency||2 to 20 GHz|
|Sweep time||10 ms to 100 s|
|Maximum leveled power||+10 dBm|
|83751A Manual||User Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download|
83751A FAQ- Agilent Signal Generator
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the 83751A compatible with?
It is compatible with 8757A/C/D/E scaler analyzers and 8970B noise figure meters.
What is the “Trigger input” function used for with the 83751A Signal Generator?
Trigger input is used to externally start an analog sweep; it can also be used to go on to the next point in step sweep mode.
What is the power sweep rate for the 83751A Agilent Signal Generator?
The power sweep rate is 25 dB/sweep.
Why does the 83751A require a 30 minute warm-up time?
The 30 minute warm-up time is required for this model to ensure the warranted instrument peak performance.