83751B

Description: High Power Synthesized Sweeper Agilent / Keysight / HP

Manufacturer Keysight Technologies
Series 837xx Signal Generators
Part Number 83751B
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Agilent 83751B Signal Generator

The Agilent 83751B is an Anritsu Signal Generator with integrated sweeper that gives predominant exactness and dependability while keeping up the speed of simple sources. With a completely incorporated CW, ventured, and incline clear modes accessible in broadband and narrowband operation. The model blends abilities that are especially valuable for the portrayal of narrowband gadgets, in which the recurrence dangers of open-circle sources turn out to be generally clear.

83751B utilizes a power meter to make a variety of energy remedies that compensate for control varieties in the estimation way between the source and the test gadget. Cleared testing of recurrence interpretation gadgets can be accomplished with the Agilent 83571B incorporated sweeper. A generally troublesome estimation, clearing the RF and nearby oscillator (LO) input ports at a settled balance over a wide recurrence traverse, is anything but difficult to execute with unrivaled recurrence precision by situating two synchronously following Agilent 83751B's in a two-tone setup. With broadband recurrence scope and superb execution, the Agilent 83751B blended sweeper is perfect for recurrence interpretation estimations.

This model has a recurrence range between 2 to 20 GHz. Its most extreme Leveled Power is 17 dBm, has a least settable power of - 10 dBm (- 85 dBm w/Opt 1E1) and a determination of 0.01 dB (settable). This instrument incorporates an exactness of ±1.5 dB (levels> - 75 dBm), levelness of ± 1.3 dB (levels> - 75 dBm), power sweep range of 25 dB/clear, power slope range between 0 to ±2 dB/GHz, 25 dB max and a source match (regular) of < 1.7:1 SWR.

Model83751B
ManufacturerKeysight
SeriesAgilent
TypeSignal Generator
VNA Frequency2 to 20 GHz
Sweep time10 ms to 100 s
Maximum leveled power+16 dBm
StatusOne Year
83751B ManualUser Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download
ApplicationIndustrial

83751B FAQ- Agilent Signal Generator

Frequently Asked Questions

Question:

What is the minimum settable power for the 83751B Signal Generator?

Answer:

The minimum settable power is -10 dBm, or with option 1E1 it is -80 dBm.

 

Question:

What are the two-tone measurements for the 83751B?

Answer:

The two-tone measurements are sweepers for the 83751/83752 that can simultaneously track each other over swept or stepped frequencies at any fixed or swept frequency outset. To use this function, both the 10 MHz reference oscillators and sweep interface connectors need to be connected.

 

Question:

When is the internal temperature equilibrium reached for the 83751B Agilent Signal Generator?

Answer:

It is reached after a 2 hour warm-up period at stable temperatures.

 

Question:

What is the default setting for the Volts/GHz output on the 83751B Signal Generator?

Answer:

The default setting for the Volts/GHz output is 0.5 volts/GHz.