TB 2100 specification sheet
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TB-2100
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ATC/DME/MODE S Test Set
Datasheet
Description
The TB-2100 is a modern, easy to use bench test set
designed for testing Mode A, C, and S transponders
and distance measuring equipment (DME).
The TB-2100 allows testing of Mode S transponders
with new capabilities including, Extended Squitter,
ADS-B, TIS, Elementary (ES) and Enhanced
Surveillance (EHS), and including evolving European
requirements.
The TB-2100 with IEEE-488 option uses the same
IEEE-488 commands as older generation ATC/DME
and Mode S test sets used in current generation ATE.
P/N – 90 000 106
Features
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Two independent, non-coherent, RF channels for Mode S testing
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Tests the latest Mode S Capabilities
o Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B)
o Extended Squitter
o Elementary (ES) and Enhanced Surveillance (EHS)
o Traffic Information Systems (TIS)
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Easy to Use
o Modern front-panel provides simple, intuitive, interface
o Multiple, variable rate slew knobs control pulse width, power, repetition rates, and
position
o Keypad supports direct test parameter entry
o Large color, touch-pad display, which continuously presents critical measurement
information and permits immediate test parameter selection
o Quick recall of standard test conditions using CAL button
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Additional Benefits
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Provides video and RF signal feeds plus scope triggers
Can be connected to spectrum analyzers and other bench equipment
Flash memory provides easy update/upgrade path
Standard 2 year limited warranty; extended warranty available
Specifications Subject to Change without Notice - 9/30/07
Standard Condition Values
Copyright © Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp. 2007
TB-2100
Product Specifications
The TB-2100 features test capability for DME and transponders
ATCRBS and Mode S).
Specifications
Signal Generator
Frequency Range
Frequency Accuracy
Frequency vs. Level Flatness
Signal Level Range
Signal Level Accuracy
On/Off Ratio
Suppressor Pulse Amplitude
Suppressor Pulse Width
952.00 to 1223.00 MHz
+ 0.001%
<1.0 dB
0 to -100 dBm into 50 Ω, 1 dB resolution
0 to -50 dBm + 0.75 dB
-51 to -79 dBm + 1.0 dB
-80 to -89 dBm + 1.1 dB
-90 to -100 dBm + 1.2 dB
> 60 dB
Variable from 9 to 28 V
35 + 5 µs
P4 Width
Sync Phase Reversal
(SPR relative to P2)
P5 Position
(Relative to SPR)
P6 Position
(Relative to SPR)
Interference Pulse Position
(Relative to P1)
Interference Pulse Width
Interference Pulse/P5 Level
(relative to P1)
0.80 or 1.60 + 0.5 µs, variable -0.50 to 1.00 µs
2.75 + 0.05 µs, variable -0.50 to +0.50 µs
0.40 + 0.05 µs before SPR, variable -1.00 to
+1.00 µs
1.25 + 0.50 µs before SPR, variable -0.40 to
+3.00 µs
-1.40 to +45 + .05 µs , variable in 50 ns steps
0.30 to 3.00 µs + 1%, variable in 50 ns steps
-15 to +3 dB + 0.25 dB, variable in 1 dB steps
DME Mode
UUT Measurements
Mode
Frequency
Power
1020 to 1155 MHz; + 20 kHz for ATC; + 50 kHz
for DME
0 to 4000 W pk; + 0.7 dB 1 to 99 W; + 0.5 dB
100 to 4000 W
Pulse Characteristics
P1 Rise time
P1 Fall time
P1 Width
P2 Rise time
P2 Fall time
P2 Width
P2 Position
(Relative to P1)
Transponder Modes
Mode
ATCRBS and Mode S
Pulse Characteristics
Rise time (P1)
Fall time (P1)
75 + 25 ns
150 + 50 ns
Echo Position (30 nmi)
Scope Sync Width
PRF
15/135 Hz Modulation
Percent Modulation
15 Hz Modulation
135 Hz Modulation
Reply Efficiency
Range
ATCRBS Mode A/C
Pulse Width (P1/P2/P3)
P2 Position (Relative to P1)
Mode C P3 Position (Relative
to P1)
Interference Pulse Width
Interference Pulse Position
(Relative to P1)
Interference Pulse
RF source
Interference Pulse/SLS Level
(relative to P1)
PRF
Scope Sync Width
Scope Sync Position
(Relative to P1)
A/C Interlace Mode
Interrogation Spacing
Double Mode Interrogation
Interrogation Spacing
0.80 + .05 µs, variable -0.3 to 1.4 µs in 50 ns
steps
2.00 + .05 µs, variable + 1.00 µs in 50 ns steps
21.00 + .05 µs, variable + 1.00 µs in 50 ns
steps
0.30 to 3.00 µs + 1%, variable in 50 ns steps
-5 to +45 + .05 µs , variable in 50 ns steps
Velocity
Selectable for coherent or non-coherent
-15 to +3 dB + 0.25 dB, variable in 1 dB steps
Echo Level
Front Panel BNC Connectors
0.1 to 2500 Hz
0.8 to 1.2 µs
0 to 175 µs in 1 µs steps
Rear Panel BNC Connectors
1.00 + 0.20 ms
3 to 500 µs
Mode S
Pulse Width (P1/P2/P3)
P2 Position (Relative to P1)
Mode A P3 Position (Relative
to P1)
Mode C P3 Position (Relative
to P1)
P4 Position (Relative to P3)
0.80 + .05 µs, variable -0.3 to 1.4 µs in 50 ns
steps
2.00 + .05 µs, variable + 1.00 µs in 50 ns steps
8.00 + .05 µs, variable + 1.00 µs in 50 ns steps
21.00 + .05 µs, variable + 1.00 µs in 50 ns
steps
2.00 + 0.5 µs, variable + 1.00 µs in 50 ns steps
VOR Pair, TACAN Channel, MHz
2.0 +/- 0.5 us
2.5 +/- 0.5 us
3.5 +/- 0.2 us
2.0 +/- 0.5 us
2.5 +/- 0.5 us
3.5 +/- 0.2 us
X Mode – 12.0 + 0.2 µs, variable -6.00 to +6.00
in 0.1 µs steps
Y Mode – 30.0 + 0.2 µs, variable
-6.00 to +6.00 in 0.1 µs steps
426.65 +/- .25 us
0.8 to 1.2 µs
1 to 5000 Hz
30 to 50 %
15 +/-1 Hz
135 +/-2 Hz
0 to 100% + 5%, selectable in 10% increments
0 to 998 nmi. + 0.02 nmi. Plus + 0.005% of
selected range
0 to 9990 kts. + 0.05%, selectable in 0.01 nmi.
Increments
-12 to +3 dB + 0.25 dB, variable in 1 dB steps
Spectrum Analyzer (Top and Main)
UUT Video (Top and Main)
Test Set Video (Top and Main)
Scope Sync
Suppressor Pulse (ATC and DME)
RS-232 (Calibration and Software Update)
IEEE-488 Connector
DPSK Modulation Input
External SLS
Video Input for Mode S Interrogation
Low Power Input
External Trigger
Calibration Marks
General
Power
Dimensions
Weight
Temperature
100 to 120 VAC, 60 Hz; 220 to 240 VAC, 50 Hz
14.5 in. W x 11.0 in. H x 14.25 in. D
368 mm W x 279 mm H x 362 mm D
28 lbs. (12.7 kg.)
5 to 40°C
Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp.
728 Garden Street
Carlstadt, NJ 07072
(201) 933-1600
www.telinstrument.com
Specifications Subject to Change without Notice - 9/30/07
Standard Condition Values
Copyright © Tel-Instrument Electronics Corp. 2007
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