Description: Synthesized Sweeper Agilent / Keysight / HP
|Series||837xx Signal Generators|
Agilent 83752A Signal Generator
The Agilent 83752A Signal Generator with a Frequency Range between 10 MHz to 20 GHz that gives high power output (roughly + 17 dBm most extreme leveled control). The sweepers are SCPI and HP-II3 programmable, with HP 8350 HP-IB memory aides for drop-in substitution of a HP 8350 scope oscillator. The displays demonstrate the estimations of sweeper parameters and the status of huge numbers of the sweeper capacities. The left-hand show demonstrates the present recurrence status, regardless of whether it is cleared or CW. The right-hand show indicates current marker, adjustment end clear status parameters when they are chosen, and also the present yield control level. The annunciations that show up beneath the parameters are unmistakable when their related capacity is dynamic. For instance, the STEP key is accustomed to working in ventured clear mode.
In this model, the Power keys permit choice of the RF output control level of the sweeper, and other power related capacities, such as Automatic Level Control IALCI. The key is utilized to choose the strategy used to control the sweeper output control level. Either interior leveling or outside leveling, with a diode, control meter, or source module, can be chosen. Extra hardware is required when outer leveling is utilized. In this model the (m) key changes the capacity of a portion of the keys.
Agilent developed a user’s manual to make things easier while you are manipulating this instrument, and you can find this manual on the
|VNA Frequency||10 MHz to 20 GHz|
|Sweep time||10 ms to 100 s|
|Maximum leveled power||+10 dBm|
|83752A Manual||User Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download|
83752A FAQ- Agilent Signal Generator
Frequently Asked Questions
What sweep functions does the 83752A Agilent Signal Generator possess?
The sweep functions the 83752A has are start/stop, center frequency/span, marker, ramp, stepped, manual, alternate, and power sweep.
What are the power requirements necessary to operate the 83752A?
The power requirements are 90-132 VAC (50-60 or 400 Hz), or 198-264 VAC (50-60 Hz), with a 400 VA maximum.
What is the size of the 83752A?
The 83752A is 5.25 in. x 16.75 in. x 19 in.
How can the 83752A be kept at operating temperature?
It helps if the instrument is kept connected to AC power. If it is disconnected for more than a day, it will take 30 days to achieve time base aging specification.