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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Chapter 3 Features and Functions Output Configuration Output Frequency As shown below, the output frequency range depends on the function currently selected. This information is not directly related to waveform generation but is an important part of operating the function generator.


Index gated burstdefault address 48 invert waveform 67 gated burst mode front-panel configuration 48 IP address 50, gateway address service request dot notation 52 gaussian noise setting address 48 further information 52 GPIB immediate trigger, address 48, Chapter 5 Error Messages Execution Errors Settings conflict; FSK turned off by selection of manuwl mode or modulation The function generator will allow only one modulation, sweep, or burst mode to be enabled at the same time.

Agilent A at a Glance The Agilent Technologies A is a 20 MHz synthesized function generator with built-in arbitrary waveform and pulse capabilities. AUTO command on page for more information.

You can output the arbitrary waveform directly from volatile memory or you can copy the waveform to non-volatile memory using the DATA: For the latest specifications, Power Supply: Each character can be a letter “a” Interface Configuration Commands including the key. The magnitude of a sine wave is usually specified by its peak, peak-to-peak, or root-mean- square RMS value. Noise is allowed only in the gated burst mode. Chapter 3 Features and Manuaal Amplitude Modulation AM Modulation Depth The modulation depth is expressed as a percentage and represents the extent of the amplitude variation.


Chapter 5 Error Messages Execution Errors Settings conflict; selected arb is missing, changing selection to default If you delete an arbitrary waveform from non-volatile memory after storing the instrument state, the waveform data is lost and the function generator will not output the waveform when the state is recalled.

When you enable a modulation, sweep, or burst mode, all other modes are turned off. Use the keys below the knob to move the cursor left or right. Pulse Waveforms Chapter 3 Features and Functions Pulse Waveforms Pulse Waveforms A shown below, a pulse waveform consists of a period, a pulse width, a rising edge, and a falling edge.

Use the knob and cursor keys to modify the displayed number.

33220A Function / Arbitrary Waveform Generator, 20 MHz

PER command and then change the function to sine wave, the specified period will be used for the new function. Page Index definitionpulse width modulation 93 rack mounting kits 30 SCPI duty cycle deviation 97, radians command terminators modulating frequency ramp waveform language overview modulating source 98, symmetry 65, parameter types modulating waveform 95 range hold 33220, SCPI command reference Page 84 Chapter 3 Features and Functions Frequency Modulation FM Frequency Deviation The frequency deviation setting represents the peak variation in frequency of the modulated waveform from the carrier frequency.

Page Chapter 3 Features and Functions Burst Mode Burst Trigger Source In the triggered burst mode, the function generator outputs a burst with the specified number of cycles burst count each time a trigger is received. See chapter 5 janual a complete listing of the errors. OFFS commands to select the function, frequency, amplitude, and offset of the waveform.

Be sure to use the support rails in the rack cabinet. 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.


Chapter 7 Tutorial Tutorial The rear-panel Trig connector cannot be used for both operations at the same time. The rise time and fall time cannot be set independently—each is equal to the edge time.

Front-Panel Number Entry You can enter numbers from the front-panel using one of two methods. Errors are cleared as you read them.

You can select the function, frequency, amplitude, and offset all in one command as shown in the syntax statement below. The rear-panel 10 MHz In and 10 MHz Out connectors present only if Option is installed allow synchronization between multiple Agilent A function generators see connection diagram below or to an external 10 MHz clock signal.

Select linear or logarithmic spacing for ayilent sweep.

The default is Vpp. In fact, any periodic signal can be represented as the sum of different sine waves.

Agilent Technologies 33220A User Manual

Press the FSK Rate softkey and then set the value to Hz using the numeric keypad or the knob and cursor keys. The default is 10 ms. Page 58 Chapter 3 Features and Functions Output Configuration Output Frequency As shown below, the output frequency range depends on the function currently selected. Select from 1 cycle to 50, cycles, in 1 cycle increments see the restrictions below.

MIN selects the most negative dc offset voltage for the function and amplitude specified. The burst period defines time from the start of one burst to the start of the next burst.