Agilent E8257D PSG Analog Signal Generator

Agilent E8257D PSG Analog Signal Generator
Agilent E8257D PSG
Analog Signal Generator
Data Sheet
The Agilent E8257D is a fully synthesized signal generator with high output power,
low phase noise, and optional ramp sweep capability.
All specifications apply over a 0 to 55 °C range (unless otherwise stated) and
apply after a 45 minute warm-up time. Supplemental characteristics, denoted
as typical, nominal, or measured, provide additional (non-warranted) information
at 25 °C, which may be useful in the application of the product.
Definitions
Specifications (spec): Represents warranted performance.
Typical (typ): Represents characteristic performance which is non-warranted.
Describes performance that will be met by a minimum of 80% of all products.
Nominal (nom): Represents characteristic performance which is non-warranted.
Represents the value of a parameter that is most likely to occur; the expected mean or average.
Measured: Represents characteristic performance which is non-warranted.
Represents the value of a parameter measured on an instrument during design stage.
Table of Contents
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Step (digital) sweep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Ramp (analog) sweep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Spectral purity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Frequency modulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Phase modulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Amplitude modulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
External modulation inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Internal modulation source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Pulse modulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Narrow pulse modulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Internal pulse generator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Simultaneous modulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Remote programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
General specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Input/Output Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Front panel connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Rear panel connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Options, Accessories, and Related Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Web Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Related Agilent Literature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
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Specifications
Frequency
Range 1
Option 520
Option 540
Option 550
Option 567
Resolution
CW
All sweep modes
CW switching speed 3
Phase offset
Frequency bands
Band
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Accuracy
250 kHz to 20 GHz
250 kHz to 40 GHz
250 kHz to 50 GHz
250 kHz to 67 GHz (operational up to 70 GHz)
0.001 Hz
0.01 Hz 2
< 10 ms (typ)
Adjustable in nominal 0.1 ° increments
Frequency range
N#
250 kHz to 250 MHz
1/8
> 250 to 500 MHz
1/16
> 500 MHz to 1 GHz
1/8
> 1 to 2 GHz
1/4
> 2 to 3.2 GHz
1/2
> 3.2 to 10 GHz
1
> 10 to 20 GHz
2
> 20 to 40 GHz
4
> 40 GHz
8
Calibration ± aging rate ± temperature effects
± line voltage effects (nom)
Internal timebase reference oscillator
Aging rate
Temperature effects (typ)
Line voltage effects (typ)
Standard
< ±1 x 10–7/year or
< ±4.5 x 10–9/day
after 45 days
< ±5 x 10–8 0 to 55 °C
< ±2 x 10–9 for
+5% to –10% change
Option UNR
< ±3 x10–8/year or
< ±2.5 x 10–10/day
after 30 days
< ±4.5 x 10–9 0 to 55 °C
< ±2 x 10–10 for
±10% change
1, 2, 2.5, 5, 10 MHz
±0.2 ppm
10 MHz only
±1.0 ppm
External reference frequency
Lock range
Reference output
Frequency
Amplitude
External reference input
Amplitude
Option UNR
Input impedance
1.
2.
3.
4.
10 MHz
> +4 dBm into 50 Ω load (typ)
> –3 dBm
5 dBm ±5 dB 4
50 Ω (nom)
Operational, but unspecified, down to 100 kHz.
In ramp sweep mode (Option 007), resolution is limited with narrow spans and slow sweep
speeds. Refer to ramp sweep specifications for more information.
Time from GPIB trigger to frequency within 0.1 ppm of final frequency above 250 MHz or within
100 Hz below 250 MHz.
To optimize phase noise use 5 dBm ± 2 dB.
3
Step (digital) sweep
Operating modes
Sweep range
Frequency sweep
Amplitude sweep
Dwell time
Number of points
Triggering
Settling time
Frequency
Amplitude
Ramp (analog) sweep
(Option 007) 2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
4
Step sweep of frequency or amplitude or both (start to stop)
List sweep of frequency or amplitude or both (arbitrary list)
Within instrument frequency range
Within attenuator hold range (see “Output” section)
1 ms to 60 s
2 to 65535 (step sweep)
2 to 1601 per table (list sweep)
Auto, external, single, or GPIB
< 8 ms (typ) 1
< 5 ms (typ)
Operating modes
Synthesized frequency sweep
(start/stop), (center/span), (swept CW)
Power (amplitude) sweep (start/stop)
Manual sweep
RPG control between start and stop frequencies
Alternate sweep
Alternates successive sweeps between current and
stored states
Sweep span range
Settable from minimum 3 to full range
Maximum sweep rate Start frequency
Maximum sweep rate Max span for
100 ms sweep
250 kHz to < 0.5 GHz 25 MHz/ms
2.5 GHz
0.5 to < 1 GHz
50 MHz/ms
5 GHz
1 to < 2 GHz
100 MHz/ms
10 GHz
2 to < 3.2 GHz
200 MHz/ms
20 GHz
≥ 3.2 GHz
400 MHz/ms
40 GHz
Frequency accuracy
± 0.05% of span ± timebase (at 100 ms sweep time, for
sweep spans less than maximum values given above)
Accuracy improves proportionally as sweep time increases 4
Sweep time
(forward sweep, not including bandswitch and retrace intervals)
Manual mode settable
10 ms to 200 seconds
Resolution
1 ms
Auto mode
Set to minimum value determined by maximum sweep
rate and 8757D setting
Triggering
Auto, external, single, or GPIB
Markers
10 independent continuously variable frequency markers
Display
Z-axis intensity or RF amplitude pulse
Functions
M1 to center, M1/M2 to start/stop, marker delta
Two-tone (master/slave)
Two PSG’s can synchronously track each other, with
measurements 5
independent control of start/stop frequencies
Network analyzer
Fully compatible with Agilent 8757D scalar
compatibility
network analyzer 6
Also useable with Agilent 8757A/C/E scalar network
analyzers for making basic swept measurements. 7
19 ms (typ) when stepping from greater than 3.2 GHz to less than 3.2 GHz.
During ramp sweep operation, AM, FM, phase modulation, and pulse modulation are useable but performance is not guaranteed.
Minimum settable sweep span is proportional to carrier frequency and sweep time. Actual sweep span may be slightly
different than desired setting for spans less than [0.00004% of carrier frequency or 140 Hz] x [sweep time in seconds]. Actual
span will always be displayed correctly.
Typical accuracy for sweep times > 100 ms can be calculated from the equation: [(0.005% of span)/(sweep time in seconds)]
± timebase. Accuracy is not specified for sweep times < 100 ms.
For master/slave operation use Agilent part #8120-8806 master/slave interface cable.
When measuring low-pass devices in AC mode, dynamic range may be reduced up to 10 dB below 3.2 GHz. An external
highpass filter may be required to remove 27 kHz pulse source feed-through (11742A 45 MHz to 26.5 GHz blocking
capacitor recommended).
GPIB system interface is not supported with 8757A/C/E, only with 8757D. As a result, some features of 8757A/C/E, such
as frequency display, pass-through mode, and alternate sweep, do not function with PSG signal generators.
Output
Power 1 (dBm)
Frequency range
Standard
Option 520:
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz
–20 to +13
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option UNW
–20 to +11
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option 1EH
–20 to +13 2
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Options UNW and 1EH –20 to +10 2
> 3.2 to 20 GHz
–20 to +13
Option 540:
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz
–20 to +9
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option UNW
–20 to +9
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option 1EH
–20 to +9
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Options UNW and 1EH –20 to +9 2
> 3.2 to 20 GHz
–20 to +9
> 20 to 30 GHz
–20 to +9
> 30 to 40 GHz
–20 to +9
Options 550 and 567:
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz
–20 to +5
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option UNW
–20 to +5
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option 1EH
–20 to +5
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Options UNW and 1EH –20 to +5
> 3.2 to 10 GHz
–20 to +5
> 10 to 20 GHz
–20 to +5
> 20 to 30 GHz
–20 to +5
> 30 to 65 GHz
–20 to +5
> 65 to 67 GHz
–20 to +5
> 67 to 70 GHz
–20 to +5 (typ)
Option 520 with step attenuator (Option 1E1):
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz
–135 to +11
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option UNW
–135 to +10
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option 1EH
–135 to +11 3
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Options UNW and 1EH –135 to +9 2
> 3.2 to 20 GHz
–135 to +11
Option 540 with step attenuator (Option 1E1):
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz
–135 to +7
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option UNW
–135 to +7
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option 1EH
–135 to +7
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Options UNW and 1EH –135 to +7 3
> 3.2 to 20 GHz
–135 to +7
> 20 to 30 GHz
–135 to +7
> 30 to 40 GHz
–135 to +7
Options 550 and 567 with step attenuator (Option 1E1):
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz
–110 to +3
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option UNW
–110 to +3
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Option 1EH
–110 to +3
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz with Options UNW and 1EH –110 to +3
> 3.2 to 10 GHz
–110 to +3
> 10 to 20 GHz
–110 to +3
> 20 to 30 GHz
–110 to +3
> 30 to 65 GHz
–110 to +3
> 65 to 67 GHz
–110 to +3
> 67 to 70 GHz
–110 to +3 (typ)
1.
2.
3.
Option 1EA
spec. (typ)
–20 to +16 (+19)
–20 to +11 (+14)
–20 to +13 (+16) 2
–20 to +10 (+13) 2
–20 to +20 (+23)
–20 to +15 (+18)
–20 to +10 (+13)
–20 to +12 (+15) 2
–20 to +9 (+12) 2
–20 to +18 (+21)
–20 to +14 (+20)
–20 to +14 (+17)
–20 to +14 (+17)
–20 to +9 (+12)
–20 to +11 (+14) 2
–20 to +8 (+11) 2
–20 to +14 (+21)
–20 to +14 (+17)
–20 to +11 (+17)
–20 to +11 (+14)
–20 to +10 (+14)
–20 to +8 (typ)
–135 to +15 (+18)
–135 to +10 (+13)
–135 to +12 (+15) 2
–135 to +9 (+12) 2
–135 to +18 (+20)
–135 to +14 (+17)
–135 to +9 (+12)
–135 to +11 (+14) 2
–135 to +8 (+11) 2
–135 to +16 (+20)
–135 to +12 (+18)
–135 to +12 (+16)
–110 to +13 (+16)
–110 to +8 (+11)
–110 to +10 (+13) 2
–110 to +7 (+10) 2
–110 to +13 (+20)
–110 to +13 (+16)
–110 to +9 (+16)
–110 to +9 (+12)
–110 to +8 (+12)
–110 to +6 (typ)
Maximum power specification is warranted from 15 to 35 °C, and is typical from 0 to 15 °C.
Maximum power over the 35 to 55 °C range typically degrades less than 2 dB.
With harmonic filters switched off. With filters on, maximum output power is reduced 3 dB
for frequencies below 2 GHz.
With harmonic filters switched off. With filters on, maximum output power is reduced 2 dB for
frequencies below 2 GHz.
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Step attenuator 1 (Option 1E1)
Options 520 and 540
Options 550 and 567
Maximum available power (measured)
0 dB and 5 dB to 115 dB in 10 dB steps
0 dB to 90 dB in 10 dB steps
Option 520 with Option 1EA (measured)
Option 540 with Option 1EA (measured)
26
26
24
24
22
22
20
20
18
18
16
16
0
5000
10000
Frequency (MHz)
15000
0
20000
10000
20000
Frequency (MHz)
30000
40000
Option 550/567 with Option 1EA (measured)
Output power (dBm)
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
Frequency (GHz)
Attenuator hold range
Minimum
From –20 dBm to maximum specified output power with step
attenuator in 0 dB position. Can be offset using Option 1E1 attenuator.
Amplitude switching speed 2
ALC on or off
< 3 ms (typ)
(without power search)
Level accuracy 3 (dB)
Frequency
> +10 dBm
+10 to 0 dBm
0 to –10 dBm
–10 to –20 dBm
250 kHz to 2 GHz
±0.6
±0.6
±0.6
±1.4
2 GHz to 20 GHz
±0.8
±0.8
±0.8
±1.2
> 20 to 40 GHz
±1.0
±0.9
±0.9
±1.3
> 40 to 50 GHz
--±1.3
±0.9
±1.2
> 50 to 67 GHz
--±1.5
±1.0
±1.2 (typ)
1.
2.
3.
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The step attenuator provides coarse power attenuation to achieve low power levels. Fine power
level adjustment is provided by the ALC (Automatic Level Control) within the attenuator hold range.
To within 0.1 dB of final amplitude within one attenuator range. Add 10 to 50 ms when using
power search.
Specifications apply in CW and list/step sweep modes over the 15 to 35 ºC temperature range.
Degradation outside this range, for power levels > –10 dBm, is typically < 0.3 dB. In ramp sweep
mode (with Option 007), specifications are typical. For instruments with Type-N connectors
(Option 1ED), specifications are degraded typically 0.2 dB above 18 GHz. Specifications do not
apply above the maximum specified power.
Level accuracy with step attenuator (Option 1E1) 1 (dB)
Frequency
> +10 dBm +10 to 0 dBm 0 to –10 dBm –10 to –70 dBm –70 to –90 dBm
250 kHz to 2 GHz ±0.6
±0.6
±0.6
±0.7
±0.8
> 2 to 20 GHz
±0.8
±0.8
±0.8
±0.9
±1.0
> 20 to 40 GHz ±1.0
±0.9
±0.9
±1.0
±2.0
> 40 to 50 GHz
--±1.3
±0.9
±1.5
±2.5
> 50 to 67 GHz
--±1.5
±1.0
±1.5 (typ)
±2.5 (typ)
Level accuracy (measured)
Option 540 with Option 1E1 at -110 dBm (measured)
Errorr (dB)
0
4
8
12
16
20
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.2
0
-0.2
-0.4
-0.6
-0.8
0
10
Frequency (GHz)
20
30
40
Frequency (GHz)
Option 550/567 with Option 1E1 at -90 dBm (measured)
1
0.5
Errorr (dB)
Errorr (dB)
Option 520 with Option 1E1 at -110 dBm (measured)
0.25
0.2
0.15
0.1
0.05
0
-0.05
-0.1
-0.15
-0.2
0
-0.5
-1
Resolution
Temperature stability
User flatness correction
Number of points
Number of tables
Path loss
Entry modes
1.
2.
3.
0
10
20
30
40
Frequency (GHz)
50
60
70
0.01 dB
0.01 dB/°C (typ) 2
2 to 1601 points/table
Up to 10,000, memory limited
Arbitrary, within attenuator range
Remote power meter 3, remote bus, manual
(user edit/view)
Specifications apply in CW and list/step sweep modes over the 15 to 35 ºC temperature range,
with attenuator hold off (normal operating mode). Degradation outside this range, for ALC
power levels > –10 dBm, is typically < 0.3 dB. In ramp sweep mode (with Option 007), specifications
are typical. For instruments with type-N connectors (Option 1ED), specifications are degraded
typically 0.2 dB above 18 GHz. Specifications do not apply above the maximum specified power.
Options 550 and 567: 0.03dB/°C (typ) above 2 GHz.
Compatible with Agilent EPM Series (E4418B and E4419B) power meters.
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50 Ω (nom)
Output impedance
SWR (internally leveled)
250 kHz to 2 GHz
> 2 GHz to 20 GHz
> 20 GHz to 40 GHz
> 40 GHz to 67 GHz
Leveling modes
< 1.4:1 (typ)
< 1.6:1 (typ)
< 1.8:1 (typ)
< 2.0:1 (typ)
Internal leveling, external detector leveling,
millimeter source module, ALC off
External detector leveling
Range
–0.2 mV to –0.5 V (nom) (–36 dBm to
+4 dBm using Agilent 33330D/E detector)
Selectable 0.1 to 100 kHz (nom)
(Note: not intended for pulsed operation)
1/2 Watt, 0 VDC
Bandwidth
Maximum reverse power
Spectral purity
Harmonics 1
(dBc at +10 dBm or maximum specified
output power, whichever is lower)
–28 dBc (typical below 1 MHz)
–28 dBc 2
–55 dBc 3
–55 dBc
–50 dBc (typ)
–45 dBc (-50 dBc typical)
< 10 MHz
10 MHz to 2 GHz
10 MHz to 2 GHz (with Option 1EH filters on)
> 2 GHz to 20 GHz
> 20 GHz to 40 GHz (Option 540)
> 20 GHz to 67 GHz (Options 550 & 567)
Harmonics (measured)
Option 540 standard harmonic
performance (measured)
-30
-30
-40
-40
-40
-50
-60
-70
-80
0
Harmonics (dBc)
-30
Harmonics (dBc)
Harmonics (dBc)
Option 520 standard harmonic
performance (measured)
-50
-60
-70
-80
2000 4000 6000 8000 10000
Frequency (MHz)
-50
-60
-70
-80
0
0000
5000 10000 15000
Frequency (MHz)
20000
Standard vs.Option 1EH harmonics (measured)
0
Option 567 standard harmonic performance (measured)
-10
2nd harmonic (dBc)
2nd harmonic (dBc)
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
-80
-90
-100
0
5
10
15
20
25
Carrier frequency (GHz)
1.
2.
3.
8
30
35
-20
-30
Standard
-40
-50
-60
Option 1EH
-70
-80
-90
0
500
1000
1500
Carrier frequency (MHz)
Specifications are typical for harmonics beyond specified frequency range (beyond 50 GHz
for Option 567).
Typical below 250 MHz if Option 1EH is installed and the filters are off.
In ramp sweep mode (Option 007), harmonics are –28 dBc below 250 MHz.
2000
Sub-harmonics 1
(dBc at +10 dBm or maximum specified output
power, whichever is lower)
250 kHz to 10 GHz
None
> 10 GHz to 20 GHz
< –60 dBc
> 20 GHz
< –50 dBc
Non-harmonics 2
(dBc at +10 dBm or maximum specified output
power, whichever is lower, for offsets > 3 kHz
[> 300 Hz with Option UNR])
Frequency
Spec
Typical
250 kHz to 250 MHz
–65
–72 for > 10 kHz offsets
> 250 MHz to 1 GHz
–80
–88
> 1 to 2 GHz
–74
–82
> 2 to 3.2 GHz
–68
–76
> 3.2 to 10 GHz
–62
–70
> 10 to 20 GHz
–56
–64
> 20 to 40 GHz
–50
–58
> 40 GHz
–44
–52
SSB phase noise (CW)
Offset from carrier (dBc/Hz)
Frequency
20 kHz
20 kHz (typ)
250 kHz to 250 MHz 3
–130
–134
> 250 to 500 MHz 3
–134
–138
> 500 MHz to 1 GHz 3
–130
–134
> 1 to 2 GHz 3
–124
–128
> 2 to 3.2 GHz
–120
–124
> 3.2 to 10 GHz
–110
–113
> 10 to 20 GHz
–104
–108
> 20 to 40 GHz
–98
–102
> 40 to 67 GHz
–92
–96
Option UNR: Enhanced SSB phase noise (CW)
Offset from carrier (dBc/Hz)
Frequency
100 Hz
1 kHz
10 kHz
100 kHz
spec (typ)
spec (typ)
spec (typ)
spec (typ)
250 kHz to 250 MHz 3 –94 (–115)
–110 (–123)
–128 (–132)
–130 (–133)
> 250 to 500 MHz 3
–100 (–110)
–124 (–130)
–132 (–136)
–136 (–141)
> 500 MHz to 1 GHz 3 –94 (–104)
–118 (–126)
–130 (–135)
–130 (–135)
> 1 to 2 GHz 3
–88 (–98)
–112 (–120)
–124 (–129)
–124 (–129)
> 2 to 3.2 GHz
–84 (–94)
–108 (–116)
–120 (–125)
–120 (–125)
> 3.2 to 10 GHz
–74 (–84)
–98 (–106)
–110 (–115)
–110 (–115)
> 10 to 20 GHz
–68 (–78)
–92 (–100)
–104 (–107)
–104 (–109)
> 20 to 40 GHz
–62 (–72)
–86 (–94)
–98 (–101)
–98 (–103)
> 40 to 67 GHz
–56 (–66)
–80 (–88)
–92 (–95)
–92 (–97)
Residual FM
(rms, 50 Hz to 15 kHz bandwidth)
CW mode
< N x 6 Hz (typ)
Option UNR
< N x 4 Hz (typ)
Ramp sweep mode
< N x 1 kHz (typ)
Broadband noise
(CW mode at +10 dBm or maximum specified output
power, whichever is lower, for offsets > 10 MHz)
> 2.4 to 20 GHz
< –148 dBc/Hz (typ)
> 20 to 40 GHz
< –141 dBc/Hz (typ)
> 40 GHz
< –135 dBc/Hz (typ)
1.
2.
3.
Sub-harmonics are defined as Carrier Freq / N). Specifications are typical for sub-harmonics
beyond specified frequency range (beyond 50 GHz for Option 567).
Specifications are typical for spurs beyond specified frequency range (beyond 50 GHz for
Option 567). Specifications apply for CW mode, without modulation. In ramp sweep mode
(Option 007), performance is typical for offsets > 1 MHz.
Measurement at +10 dBm or maximum specified output power, whichever is less.
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Measured phase noise with E5500 and plotted without spurs
Standard phase noise
Option UNR phase noise
Standard SSB phase noise (measured)
-40
-50
-60
-70
-80
-90
-100
-110
-120
-130
-140
-150
-160
-170
Option UNR SSB phase noise (measured)
-40
-50
-60
-70
-80
-90
-100
-110
-120
-130
-140
-150
-160
-170
67 GHz
40 GHz
20 GHz
10 GHz
1 GHz
10
100
1K
10 K
100 K 1 M
L(f) (dBc/Hz) vs. f (Hz)
10 M
100 M
67 GHz
40 GHz
20 GHz
10 GHz
1 GHz
10
100
1K
10 K
100 K 1 M
L(f) (dBc/Hz) vs. f (Hz)
1M
10 M
100 M
10 M
100 M
AM noise at 10 GHz (measured)
Standard
Option UNR
100
100 K
AM noise at 10 GHz
Standard vs. Option UNR at 10 GHz (measured)
10
10 K
L(f) (dBc/Hz) vs. f (Hz)
Standard vs. Option UNR phase noise
-40
-50
-60
-70
-80
-90
-100
-110
-120
-130
-140
-150
-160
-170
1K
10 M
100 M
-40
-50
-60
-70
-80
-90
-100
-110
-120
-130
-140
-150
-160
-170
10
100
1K
10 K
100 K 1 M
M(f) (dBc/Hz) vs. f (Hz)
Measured rms jitter 1
Standard
Carrier
frequency
155 MHz
622 MHz
2.488 GHz
9.953 GHz
39.812 GHz
SONET/SDH
data rates
155 MB/s
622 MB/s
2488 MB/s
9953 MB/s
39812 MB/s
RMS jitter
bandwidth
100 Hz to 1.5 MHz
1 kHz to 5 MHz
5 kHz to 20 MHz
10 kHz to 80 MHz
40 kHz to 320 MHz
Unit intervals
(µUI)
26
25
77
232
1203
Time
(fs)
170
41
31
23
30
Option UNR
Carrier
frequency
155 MHz
622 MHz
2.488 GHz
9.953 GHz
39.812 GHz
SONET/SDH
data rates
155 MB/s
622 MB/s
2488 MB/s
9953 MB/s
39812 MB/s
RMS jitter
bandwidth
100 Hz to 1.5 MHz
1 kHz to 5 MHz
5 kHz to 20 MHz
10 kHz to 80 MHz
40 kHz to 320 MHz
Unit intervals
(µUI)
29
25
78
210
750
Time
(fs)
184
40
31
21
19
1.
10
Calculated from phase noise performance in CW mode only at +10 dBm. For other frequencies,
data rate, or bandwidths, please contact your sales representative.
Frequency modulation 1
(Option UNT)
Maximum deviation 2
Phase modulation 5
(Option UNT)
Maximum deviation 6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Frequency
Maximum deviation
250 kHz to 250 MHz
2 MHz
> 250 to 500 MHz
1 MHz
> 500 MHz to 1 GHz
2 MHz
> 1 GHz to 2 GHz
4 MHz
> 2 GHz to 3.2 GHz
8 MHz
> 3.2 GHz to 10 GHz
16 MHz
> 10 GHz to 20 GHz
32 MHz
> 20 GHz to 40 GHz
64 MHz
> 40 GHz to 67 GHz
128 MHz
Resolution
0.1% of deviation or 1 Hz, whichever is greater
Deviation accuracy
< ± 3.5% of FM deviation + 20 Hz
(1 kHz rate, deviations < N x 800 kHz)
Modulation frequency response 3 (at 100 kHz deviation)
Path [coupling]
1 dB bandwidth
3 dB bandwidth (typ)
FM path 1 [DC]
DC to 100 kHz
DC to 10 MHz
FM path 2 [DC]
DC to 100 kHz
DC to 1 MHz
FM path 1 [AC]
20 Hz to 100 kHz
5 Hz to 10 MHz
FM path 2 [AC]
20 Hz to 100 kHz
5 Hz to 1 MHz
DC FM 4 carrier offset
±0.1% of set deviation + (N x 8 Hz)
Distortion
< 1% (1 kHz rate, deviations < N x 800 kHz)
Sensitivity
±1 Vpeak for indicated deviation
Paths
FM1 and FM2 are summed internally for composite
modulation. Either path may be switched to any one of
the modulation sources: Ext1, Ext2, internal1, internal2.
The FM2 path is limited to a maximum rate of 1 MHz.
The FM2 path must be set to a deviation less than FM1.
Frequency
Normal BW mode
High BW mode
250 kHz to 250 MHz
20 rad
2 rad
> 250 to 500 MHz
10 rad
1 rad
> 500 MHz to 1 GHz
20 rad
2 rad
> 1 GHz to 2 GHz
40 rad
4 rad
> 2 GHz to 3.2 GHz
80 rad
8 rad
> 3.2 GHz to 10 GHz
160 rad
16 rad
> 10 GHz to 20 GHz
320 rad
32 rad
> 20 GHz to 40 GHz
640 rad
64 rad
> 40 GHz to 67 GHz
1280 rad
128 rad
Resolution
0.1% of set deviation
Deviation accuracy
< ±5% of deviation + 0.01 radians (1 kHz rate, normal
BW mode)
Modulation frequency response 7
Normal BW mode
High BW mode
Rates (3 dB BW)
DC to 100 kHz
DC to 1 MHz (typ) 8
Distortion
< 1 % (1 kHz rate, Total Harmonic Distortion (THD),
dev < N x 80 rad, normal BW mode)
Sensitivity
±1 Vpeak for indicated deviation
Paths
FM1 and FM2 are summed internally for composite
modulation. Either path may be switched to any one of
the modulation sources: Ext1, Ext2, internal1, internal2.
The FM2 path must be set to a deviation less than FM1.
Above 50 GHz, FM is useable; however performance is not warranted.
Through any combination of path1, path2, or path1 + path2.
Specifications apply in CW and list/step sweep modes. During ramp sweep operation (Option 007), 3 dB bandwidth is typically
50 kHz to 10 MHz (FM1 path), and 50 kHz to 1 MHz (FM2 path).
At the calibrated deviation and carrier frequency, within 5 °C of ambient temperature at time of user calibration.
Above 50 GHz, phase modulation is useable; however performance is not warranted.
Through any combination of path1, path2, or path1 + path2.
Specifications apply in CW and list/step sweep modes. During ramp sweep operation (Option 007), 3 dB bandwidth is
typically 50 kHz to 1 MHz (high BW mode).
Path 1 is useable to 4 MHz for external inputs less than 0.3 V peak.
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Amplitude modulation 1
(Option UNT)
(typ)
Depth
External modulation inputs
(Ext1 & Ext2)
(Option UNT)
Modulation types
Input impedance
High/low indicator
(100 Hz to 10 MHz BW,
ac coupled inputs only)
Internal modulation source
(Option UNT)
Dual function generators provides two independent signals (internal1 and internal2) for
use with AM, FM, FM, or LF Out.
Waveforms
Sine, square, positive ramp, negative ramp, triangle,
Gaussian noise, uniform noise, swept sine, dual sine 4
Rate range
Sine
0.5 Hz to 1 MHz
Square, ramp, triangle
0.5 Hz to 100 kHz
Resolution
0.5 Hz
Accuracy
Same as timebase
LF Out
Output
Internal1 or internal2. Also provides monitoring of
internal1or internal2 when used for AM, FM, or FM.
Amplitude
0 to 3 Vpeak, (nom) into 50 Ω
Output impedance
50 Ω (nom)
Swept sine mode: (frequency, phase continuous)
Operating modes
Triggered or continuous sweeps
Frequency range
1 Hz to 1 MHz
Sweep rate
0.5 Hz to 100 kHz sweeps/s, equivalent to sweep times
10 us to 2 s
Resolution
0.5 Hz (0.5 sweep/s)
Exponential (log) mode
(Downward modulation only)
Maximum
ALC on
> 90%
> 20 dB
> 95%
> 40 dB 3
ALC off or deep AM on 2
Settable
0 to 100 %
0 to 40 dB
Resolution
0.1%
0.01 dB
Accuracy (1 kHz rate)
< ±(6 % of setting + 1 %) < ±(2% of setting + 0.2 dB)
Ext sensitivity
±1 Vpeak for indicated depth –1 V for indicated depth
Rates (3 dB bandwidth, 30% depth)
DC Coupled
0 to 100 KHz
AC Coupled
10 Hz to 100 KHz (usable to 1 MHz)
Distortion
(1 kHz rate, linear mode, Total Harmonic Distortion)
30% AM
< 1.5%
60% AM
< 2%
Paths
AM1 and AM2 are summed internally for composite
modulation. Either path may be switched to any one of
the modulation sources: Ext1, Ext2, internal1, internal2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Linear mode
AM, FM, and FM
50 or 600 Ω (nom) switched
Activated when input level error exceeds 3% (nom)
AM specifications are typical. For carrier frequencies below 2 MHz or above 50 GHz, AM is
useable but not warranted. Unless otherwise stated, specifications apply with ALC on, deep
AM off, and envelope peaks within ALC operating range (–20 dBm to maximum specified
power, excluding step-attenuator setting).
For reduced distortion at high modulation depths, either level hold mode (ALC-off with power
search) or deep AM mode should be used. With ALC on in deep AM mode, waveform peaks
are controlled by ALC system, and the lower portion of the waveform (below –10 dBm nominal
ALC level) is subject to sample-and-hold drift of approximately 0.25 dB/second.
To achieve > 40 dB depth, less than –1 V external input may be required.
Internal2 is not available when using swept sine or dual sine modes.
Pulse modulation 1, 2
(Option UNU)
On/Off ratio
Rise/Fall times (Tr, Tf)
Minimum pulse width
Internally leveled
Level hold (ALC off with power search)
Repetition frequency
Internally leveled
Level hold (ALC off with power search)
500 MHz to 3.2 GHz
80 dB (typ)
100 ns (typ)
Above 3.2 GHz
80 dB
6 ns (typ)
2 us
0.5 us
1 us
0.15 us
10 Hz to 250 kHz
dc to 1 MHz
10 Hz to 500 kHz
dc to 3 MHz
Level accuracy (relative to CW)
Internally leveled
±0.5 dB
Level hold (ALC off with power search) ±0.5 dB (typ)
Width compression
(RF width relative to video out)
Video feed-through 3
Video delay (ext input to video)
RF delay (video to RF output)
Pulse overshoot
Input level
Input impedance
Narrow pulse modulation 1, 2
(Option UNW)
On/Off ratio
Rise/Fall times (Tr, Tf)
Minimum pulse width
Internally leveled
Level hold (ALC off with power search)
Repetition frequency
Internally leveled
Level hold (ALC off with power search)
Level accuracy (relative to CW)
Internally leveled
Level hold (ALC off with power search)
1.
2.
3.
±0.5 dB
±0.5 dB (typ)
±50 ns (typ)
±5 ns (typ)
< 200 mv (typ)
50 ns (nom)
270 ns (nom)
< 10% (typ)
+1 Vpeak = RF On
50 Ω (nom)
< 2 mv (typ)
50 ns (nom)
35 ns (nom)
< 10% (typ)
+1 Vpeak = RF On
50 Ω (nom)
10 MHz to 3.2 GHz
80 dB
10 ns (8 ns typical)
Above 3.2 GHz
80 dB
10 ns (6 ns typical)
1 us
20 ns
1 us
20 ns
10 Hz to 500 kHz
dc to 5 MHz
10 Hz to 500 kHz
dc to 10 MHz
±0.5 dB
±1.3 dB (typ)
±0.5 dB (0.15 dB typical)
±0.5 dB (typ)
With ALC off, specs apply after the execution of power search. Specifications apply with Atten
Hold Off (default mode for instruments with attenuator), or ALC level between –5 and +10 dBm
or maximum specific power, whichever is lower. Above 50 GHz, pulse modulation is useable;
however performance is not warranted.
Power search is a calibration routine that improves level accuracy with ALC off. The instrument
microprocessor momentarily closes the ALC loop to find the modulator drive setting necessary
to make the quiescent RF level equal to an entered value, then opens the ALC loop while
maintaining that modulator drive setting. When executing power search, RF power will be
present for typically 10 to 50 ms; the step attenuator (Option 1E1) can be set to automatically
switch to maximum attenuation to protect sensitive devices. Power search can be configured
to operate either automatically or manually at the carrier frequency, or over a user-definable
frequency range.
With attenuator in 0 dB position. Video feed-through decreases with attenuator setting.
13
Width compression
(RF width relative to video out)
Video feed-through 1
Video delay (ext input to video)
RF delay (video to RF output)
Pulse overshoot
Input level
Input impedance
10 MHz to 3.2 GHz
±5 ns (typ)
Above 3.2 GHz
±5 ns (typ)
< 125 mv (typ)
50 ns (nom)
45 ns (nom)
< 15% (typ)
+1 Vpeak = RF On
50 Ω (nom)
< 2 mv (typ)
50 ns (nom)
35 ns (nom)
< 10% (typ)
+1 Vpeak = RF On
50 Ω (nom)
Measured pulse modulation envelope
Freq = 10GHz, Amp = 10dBM, ALC = OFF, Pulse width = 50ns
0
Internal pulse generator
(Option UNU or UNW)
10
20
Modes
Pulse width (Tw)
Delay (Td)
Free-run mode
Triggered with delay and doublet modes
Resolution
80
90
100
Sync
Output
Td
Video
Output
50%
50%
Tw
Tp
Tm
RF Pulse
Output
50%
10%
Vor
Vf
Trf
Tf
All modulation types (FM, AM, FM, and pulse modulations) may be simultaneously enabled
except: FM with FM, and linear AM with exponential AM. AM, FM, and FM can sum
simultaneous inputs from any two sources (Ext1, Ext2, internal1, or internal2). Any given
source (Ext1, Ext2, internal1, or internal2) may be routed to only one activated modulation type.
1.
14
70
0 to ±42 s
75 ns to 42s with ±10 ns jitter
10 ns (width, delay, and PRI)
90%
Tr
Simultaneous modulation
40
50
60
Timebase (nsec)
Free-run, triggered, triggered with delay,
doublet, and gated. Triggered with delay,
doublet, and gated require external
trigger source.
70 ns to 42 s
(Repetition frequency: 0.024 Hz to
14.28 MHz)
10 ns to 42 s
Period (PRI) (Tp)
Td Video delay (variable)
Tw Video pulse width (variable)
Tp Pulse period (variable)
Tm RF delay
Trf RF pulse width
Tf RF pulse fall time
Tr RF pulse rise time
Vor Pulse overshoot
Vf Video feedthrough
30
With attenuator in 0 dB position. Video feed-through decreases with attenuator setting.
Remote programming
Interfaces
Control languages
IEEE-488 functions
ISO compliant
Agilent IO Libraries
General specifications
Power requirements
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range 1
Shock and vibration
Operating random vibration
Survival swept sine vibration
Survival random vibration
Functional shock (half-sine, 30 g, 11 ms)
and bench drop test
EMC
Storage registers
Security
Compatibility
Self-test
Weight
Dimensions
Recommended calibration cycle
1.
GPIB (IEEE-488.2,1987) with listen and talk,
RS-232, and 10BaseT LAN interface.
SCPI version 1997.0. Completely code compatable
with previous PSG signal generators. Also will
emulate most applicable Agilent 836xxB, Agilent
837xxB, and Agilent 8340/41B commands,
providing general compatibility with ATE systems
which include these signal generators.
SH1, AH1, T6, TE0, L4, LE0, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1,
DT0, C0, E2.
This family of signal generators is manufactured
in an ISO-9001 registered facility in concurrence
with Agilent commitment to quality.
Agilent’s IO Library Suite ships with the E8257D
to help you quickly establish an error-free
connection between your PC and instruments –
regardless of the vendor. It provides robust
instrument control and works with the software
development environment you choose.
90 to 132 VAC 47 to 64 Hz or 365 to 435 Hz; or
195 to 267 VAC 47 to 64 Hz, (automatically selected);
< 250 W typical, 300 W maximum.
0 to 55 °C
–40 to 70 °C
5 to 500 Hz, 0.21 g rms
5 to 500 Hz, 0.5 g
5 to 500 Hz, 2.09 g rms
Meets the requirements of MIL-PRF-28800F for
class 3 equipment.
Meets the conducted and radiated interference
and immunity requirements of IEC/EN 61326-1.
Meets radiated emission requirements of CISPR
Pub 11/1997 Group 1 class A.
Memory is shared by instrument states, user
data files, sweep list files, and waveform
sequences. Depending on the number and size of
these files, up to 800 storage registers and 10
register sequences are available.
Display blanking
Memory clearing functions
(see Application Note Security of Agilent Signal
Generators Issues and Solutions, literature
number 5989-1091EN)
Agilent 83550 Series Millimeter Heads and OML
millimeter source modules, Agilent 8757D scalar
network analyzers, Agilent EPM Series power meters
Internal diagnostic routine tests most modules
(including microcircuits) in a preset condition.
For each module, if its node voltages are within
acceptable limits, then the module “passes”
the test.
< 22 kg (48 lb.) net, < 30 kg (68 lb.) shipping
178 mm H x 426 mm W x 515 mm D
(7” H x 16.8” W x 20.3” D in.)
24 months
Storage below –20 °C instrument states may be lost.
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Input/Output Descriptions
Front panel connectors
(All connectors are BNC female
unless otherwise noted.) 1
RF output
Option 520
Options 540 and 550
Option 567
ALC input
LF output
External input 1
External input 2
Pulse/trigger gate input
Pulse video out
Pulse sync out
Rear panel connectors
(all connectors are BNC female
unless otherwise noted.) 1
Auxiliary interface (dual mode)
GPIB
LAN
10 MHz input
10 MHz output
Sweep output (dual mode)
Output impedance 50 Ω (nom)
Precision APC-3.5 male, or Type-N with Option 1ED
Precision 2.4 mm male; plus 2.4 – 2.4 mm and
2.4 – 2.9 mm female adaptors
Precision 1.85 mm male; plus 1.85 – 1.85 mm and
2.4 – 2.9 mm female adaptors
Used for negative external detector leveling. Nominal
input impedance 120 kΩ, damage level ±15 V.
Outputs the internally generated LF source. Nominal
output impedance 50 Ω.
Drives either AM, FM, or FM. Nominal input impedance
50 or 600 Ω, damage levels are 5 Vrms and 10 Vpeak.
Drives either AM, FM, or FM. Nominal input impedance
50 or 600 Ω, damage levels are 5 Vrms and 10 Vpeak.
Accepts input signal for external fast pulse modulation.
Also accepts external trigger pulse input for internal
pulse modulation. Nominal impedance 50 Ω. Damage
levels are 5 Vrms and 10 Vpeak.
Outputs a signal that follows the RF output in all pulse
modes. TTL-level compatible, nominal source
impedance 50 Ω.
Outputs a synchronizing pulse, nominally 50 ns width,
during internal and triggered pulse modulation.
TTL-level compatible, nominal source impedance 50 Ω.
Used for RS-232 serial communication and for
master/slave source synchronization.
(9-pin subminiature female connector).
Allows communication with compatible devices
Allows 10BaseT LAN communication
Accepts an external reference (timebase) input (at 1,
2, 2.5, 5, 10 MHz for standard and 10 MHz only for
Option UNR)
Nominal input impedance 50 Ω
Damage levels > +10 dBm
Outputs internal or external reference signal. Nominal
output impedance 50 Ω. Nominal output power +8 dBm.
Supplies a voltage proportional to the RF power or
frequency sweep ranging form 0 volts at the start of
sweep to +10 volts (nom) at the end of sweep,
regardless of sweep width.
When connected to an Agilent 8757D scalar network
analyzer (Option 007), generates a selectable number
of equally spaced 1 us pulses (nom) across a ramp
(analog) sweep. Number of pulses can be set form 101
to 1601 by remote control from the 8757D.
Output impedance: < 1 Ω (nom), can drive 2000 Ω.
1.
16
Digital inputs and output are 3.3 V CMOS unless indicated otherwise.
Inputs will accept 5 V CMOS, 3 V CMOS, or TTL voltage levels.
Stop sweep In/Out
Trigger output (dual mode)
Trigger input
Source module interface
Source settled
Z-axis Blank/Markers
10 MHz EFC
Open-collector, TTL-compatible input/output. In ramp
sweep operation, provides low level (nominally 0 V)
during sweep retrace and bandcross intervals, and
high level during the forward portion of the sweep.
Sweep will stop when grounded externally, sweep
will resume when allowed to go high.
Outputs a TTL signal. High at start of dwell, or when
waiting for point trigger; low when dwell is over or
point trigger is received. In ramp sweep mode, provides
1601 equally-spaced 1us pulses (nom) across a
ramp sweep. When using LF Out, provides 2 us pulse
at start of LF sweep.
Accepts TTL signal for triggering point-to-point in
manual sweep mode, or to trigger start of LF sweep.
Damage levels ≥ +10 V or ≤ –4 V.
Provides power and leveling connections to the
millimeter source modules.
Provides an output trigger that indicates when the
signal generator has settled to a new frequency or
power level. High indicates source not settled, Low
indicates source settled.
During ramp sweep, supplies +5 V (nom) level
during retrace and bandswitch intervals.
Supplies –5 V (nom) level when the RF frequency
is at a marker frequency.
(Option UNR only) Accepts an external dc voltage,
ranging from –5 V to +5 V, for electronic frequency
control (EFC) of the internal 10 MHz reference oscillator.
This voltage inversely tunes the oscillator about its
center frequency approximately –0.0025 ppm/V. The
nominal input impedance is greater than 1 MΩ.
17
Options, Accessories,
and Related Products
18
Model/option
E8257D-520
E8257D-540
E8257D-550
E8257D-567
E8257D-007
E8257D-UNR
E8257D-UNT
E8257D-UNU
E8257D-UNW
E8257D-1EA
E8257D-1E1
E8257D-1ED
E8257D-1EH
E8257D-1EM
E8257D-1CN
E8257D-1CM
E8257D-1CP
E8257D-UK6
E8257D-CD1
E8257D-ABA
E8257D-0BW
8120-8806
9211-2656
9211-7481
Description
Frequency range from 250 kHz to 20 GHz
Frequency range from 250 kHz to 40 GHz
Frequency range from 250 kHz to 50 GHz
Frequency range from 250 kHz to 67 GHz
Analog ramp sweep
Enhanced phase noise performance
AM, FM, phase modulation, and LF output
Pulse modulation
Narrow pulse modulation
High output power
Step attenuator
Type-N (f) RF output connector (Option 520 only)
Improved harmonics below 2 GHz
Moves all front panel connectors to the rear panel
Front handle kit
Rackmount flange kit
Rackmount flange and front handle kit
Commercial calibration certificate and test data
CD-ROM containing the English documentation set
Printed copy of the English documentation set
Printed copy of the assembly-level service guide
Master/slave interface cable
Transit case
Transit case with wheels
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PSG Self Guided Demo
Literature number 5988-2414EN
E8257D PSG Signal Generators
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E8267D PSG Vector Signal Generator
Data Sheet, Literature number 5989-0697EN
E8267D PSG Vector Signal Generator
Configuration Guide, Literature number 5989-1326EN
Millimeter Wave Source Modules
Product Note, Literature number 5988-2567EN
PSG Two-Tone and Multitone
Application Note -1410, Literature number 5988-7689EN
Security of Agilent Signal Generators
Issues and Solutions, Literature number 5989-1091EN
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