Description: High Power Synthesized Sweeper Agilent / Keysight / HP
|Series||837xx Signal Generators|
Agilent 83752B Signal Generator
Agilent developed the Signal Generator model 83752B, which includes arrangement sweepers that can synchronously track each other over cleared or ventured frequencies at any fixed or cleared recurrence balance with restrictions. The warm-up time operation for this model is 30 minutes. This instrument also includes a Recurrence Reference (Option lE5 just) where reference time base is kept at working temperature with the instrument associated with AC control. On the chance that this instrument is to be powered by means of an outside autotransformer for voltage diminishment, ensure that its basic terminal is associated with an unbiased of the power supply.
There are electrical options accessible for the sweeper: If Option 1El is requested, an interior advance attenuator is incorporated before the RF OUTPUT connector. The progression attenuator has a scope of 0 to 70 dB in 10 dB steps. The right measure of weakening is chosen consequently by the sweeper reliant on the output control level chosen. In the event that this choice is introduced, you can choose regardless of whether the progression attenuator will naturally switch. If Option lE4 is requested, the RF OUTPUT connector will be moved to the back board. When Option lE5 is requested, the sweeper is delivered with a 10 MHz temperature-controlled precious stone reference oscillator for expanded recurrence precision and solidness. At the point when Option lE5 is introduced, the sweeper must be associated with air conditioning energy to keep the reference oscillator at working temperature.
Go check out this model's manual on the
|VNA Frequency||10 MHz to 20 GHz|
|Sweep time||10 ms to 100 s|
|Maximum leveled power||+16 dBm|
|83752B Manual||User Manual and Maintenance Manual Available for Download|
83752B FAQ- Agilent Signal Generator
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the bandwidth for the 83752B Agilent Signal Generator?
The bandwidth is 3 dB, >100 kHz, usable to 1 MHz.
What do I do if the self-test fails?
First, check that all external cables are disconnected from the sweeper and attempt running the self-test again. Next, if the test fails a second time, send the instrument in for repairs and include a description of the failed self-test and error messages that appeared.
What are the benefits of using the 83752B?
Some of the benefits include: expanding the dynamic range to reduce uncertainty, ideal scalar companion, quickly identifying critical test frequencies, tuning real-time with synthesized precision, multiple sweep modes which provide measurement flexibility, and eliminating external amplification.
Are there different modes for the built-in pulse on the 83752B?
There are four modes: free-run, triggered with delay, doublet, and gated.