N5183A-520 - Agilent / HP Signal Generators

N5183A-520 - Agilent / HP Signal Generators
Agilent
N5183A MXG Microwave
Analog Signal Generator
Data Sheet
Table of Contents
Definitions ......................................................................................... 3
Frequency .......................................................................................... 4
Amplitude .......................................................................................... 5
Spectral Purity .................................................................................. 8
Analog Modulation .......................................................................... 10
Frequency bands .......................................................................... 10
Frequency modulation .................................................................. 10
Phase modulation ........................................................................ 11
Amplitude modulation .................................................................. 11
Pulse modulation ......................................................................... 12
Narrow pulse modulation ........................................................... 13
Internal analog modulation source ............................................. 14
External modulation inputs ......................................................... 14
Simultaneous modulation ............................................................ 14
General Characteristics .................................................................. 18
Ordering Information ....................................................................... 18
Related Literature ........................................................................... 18
Application literature .................................................................. 18
Product literature ........................................................................ 18
2
Definitions
Specification (spec): Represents warranted performance of a calibrated instrument
that has been stored for a minimum of 2 hours within the operating temperature range
of 0 to 55 °C, unless otherwise stated, and after a 45 minute warm-up period. The
specifications include measurement uncertainty. Data represented in this document
are specifications unless otherwise noted.
Typical (typ): Represents characteristic performance, which 80% of the instruments
manufactured will meet. This data is not warranted, does not include measurement
uncertainty, and is valid only at room temperature (approximately 25 °C).
Nominal (nom): The expected mean or average performance, or an attribute whose
performance is by design, such as the 50 Ω connector. This data is not warranted and
is measured at room temperature (approximately 25 °C).
Measured (meas): An attribute measured during the design phase for purposes of
communicating expected performance, such as amplitude drift vs. time. This data is
not warranted and is measured at room temperature (approximately 25 °C).
Note: All graphs contain measured data from several units at room temperature unless
otherwise noted.
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Frequency
Range
Option 520
Option 532
Option 540
100 kHz to 20 GHz
100 kHz to 31.8 GHz
100 kHz to 40 GHz
Minimum frequency
100 kHz1
Resolution
0.01 Hz
Phase offset
Adjustable in nominal 0.01° increments
Frequency switching speed2, 3
Type
Standard
SCPI mode
≤ 5 ms
List/Step sweep mode
≤ 5 ms
Option UNZ
≤ 1.15 ms, 750 µs (typ)
≤ 900 µs, 600 µs (typ)
Stability
± aging rate
± temperature effects
± line voltage effects
Internal time base
reference oscillator
aging rate
< ±1 ppm/yr
Temperature effects
± 1 ppm (typ) (0 to 55 °C)
Line voltage effects
± 0.1 ppm (nom)
Line voltage range
5% to –10% (nom)
Reference output
Frequency
Amplitude
10 MHz
≥ +4 dBm (nom) into 50 Ω load
External reference input
Fixed
Variable (Option 1ER)
10 MHz
1 to 50 MHz
± 10 Hz
> –3.5 to 20 dBm (nom)
50 Ω (nom)
Input frequency
Lock range
Amplitude
Impedance
Digital sweep
Operating modes
Step sweep (equally or logarithmically spaced
frequency steps)
List sweep (arbitrary list of frequency steps)
Can also simultaneously sweep amplitude. See
amplitude section for more detail.
Within instrument frequency range
100 µs to 100 s
2 to 65535 (step sweep)
1 to 1601 (list sweep)
Linear or logarithmic
Free run, trigger key, external, timer, bus (GPIB, LAN,
USB)
Sweep range
Dwell time
Number of points
Step change
Triggering
1.
2.
3.
Performance below 250 kHz is unspecified, except as indicated.
Time from receipt of SCPI command or trigger signal to within 0.1 ppm of final frequency or within
100 Hz, whichever is greater, and amplitude settled to within 0.2 dB.
Specification does not apply when switching to or from frequencies < 500 kHz, when ALC level is
< –5 dBm for Option 540 or < 0 dBm for Option 520, or when frequency crosses 0.002, 0.02, 0.1, 2.0, 3.2,
20.0, 25.6, or 32.0 GHz.
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Maximum output power1
Range
Option 520
100 to 250 kHz
> 250 kHz to 3.2 GHz
> 3.2 to 20 GHz
Options 532 and 540
100 to 250 kHz
250 kHz to 3.2 GHz
> 3.2 to 17 GHz
> 17 to 31.8 GHz
> 31.8 to 40 GHz
Standard2
Option 1EA3
+11
+11
+11
+14
+15
+18
+11
+7
+7
+7
+7
+14
+14
+15
+13
+12
Minimum output power
Standard
–20 dBm
Option 1E1
–90 dBm4
Maximum available power Option 520 with Option 1EA (measured)
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26
25
24
Amplitude (dBm)
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
Frequency (MHz)
Maximum available power Option 540 with Option 1EA (measured)
25
24
23
22
Amplitude (dBm)
Amplitude
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
35000
40000
Frequency (MHz)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Quoted specifications between 15 and 35 °C. Maximum output power typically decreases by 0.2 dB/ °C
for temperatures outside this range.
Settable power +2 dB higher than specified.
Settable power +30 dBm.
Settable to –130 dBm.
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Resolution
0.01 dB
Step attenuator
(Option 1E1)
0 to 115 dB in 5 dB steps
Amplitude
hold range
–15 to maximum specified output power with step attenuator
in 0 dB. Can be offset using Option 1E1 mechanical attenuator.
Amplitude switching speed1, 2
Type
Standard
SCPI mode
2 ms (typ)
List/Step sweep mode
2 ms (typ)
Absolute level accuracy [dB]3, 4
Frequency range
–20 to < –10 dBm
250 kHz to 2 GHz
±1.4
2 to 20 GHz
±1.3
20 to 40 GHz
±1.3
–10 to +10 dBm
±0.6
±0.9
±0.9
Absolute level accuracy with Option 1E1 (dB)4
Frequency range –90 to < –75 dBm –75 to < –10 dBm
250 kHz to 2 GHz
±1.4
±0.7
2 to 20 GHz
±1.6
±1.0
20 to 40 GHz
±2.0
±1.1
> +10 dBm
±0.6
±0.9
±1.0
–10 to +10 dBm
±0.6
±0.9
±0.9
> +10 dBm
±0.6
±0.9
±1.0
Measured level accuracy Options 520 & 540 at –90 dBm
1
0.8
0.6
Level accuracy (dB)
0.4
0.2
mean
+STD Dev
–STD Dev
0
–0.2
–0.4
–0.6
–0.8
–1
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
35000
40000
Frequency (MHz)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Time from receipt of SCPI command or trigger signal to amplitude settled within 0.2 dB.
Specification does not apply when switching from and to amplitudes where ALC levels are < –5 dBm
for Option 540 or < 0 dBm for Option 520.
Level accuracy applies from –20 dBm to maximum output power between 15 °C and 35 °C.
For temperatures outside this range, absolute level accuracy degrades by 0.01 dB/degree C for
frequencies ≤ 4.5 GHz and 0.02 dB/degree C for frequencies > 4.5 GHz. 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.
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Temperature stability
User flatness correction
Number of points
Number of tables
Entry modes
0.01 dB/°C (typ) for temperatures < 20 °C or > 30 °C
2 to 1601
10000 maximum; dependent on available free memory in
instrument
USB/LAN direct power meter control, LAN to GPIB and
USB to GPIB, remote bus and manual USB/GPIB power
meter control
SWR
100 kHz to 20 GHz
> 20 to 40 GHz
Leveling modes
Internal, external detector, ALC off, search
External detector leveling1
Range
Bandwidth
–0.2 mV to –0.5V (nom)
10 kHz (typ)
Digital sweep modes
Operating modes
Sweep range
Dwell time
Number of points
Step change
Triggering
1.
Step sweep (evenly spaced amplitude steps)
List sweep (arbitrary list of amplitude steps)
Can also simultaneously sweep frequency. See frequency
section for more detail.
Within instrument amplitude range
100 µs to 100 s
2 to 65535 (step sweep)
1 to 1601 (list sweep)
Linear
Free run, trigger key, external, timer, bus (GPIB, LAN, USB)
Not intended for pulsed operation.
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1.6:1 (typ)
1.8:1 (typ)
Spectral Purity
Single sideband phase noise (at 20 kHz offset from carrier)
Frequency range
250 kHz to < 250 MHz
250 to < 375 MHz
375 to < 750 MHz
750 MHz to < 1.5 GHz
1.5 to < 3.0 GHz
3.0 to < 6.0 GHz
6.0 to < 12.0 GHz
12.0 to < 24.0 GHz
24.0 to 40.0 GHz
dBc/Hz
–113
–125
–119
–113
–107
–101
–95
–89
–83
dBc/Hz (typ)
–116
–128
–122
–116
–110
–104
–98
–92
–86
SSB Phase Noise
0
–10
–20
–30
–40
–50
–60
–70
–80
–90
–100
–110
–120
–130
–140
–150
–160
–170
40 GHz
20 GHz
10 GHz
1 GHz
10
100
1000
10000
100000
1000000
1E+07
1E+08
1000000
1E+07
1E+08
L(f) [dBc/Hz] vs. f [Hz]
AM noise at 10 GHz
–20
–30
–40
–50
–60
–70
–80
–90
–100
–110
–120
–130
–140
–150
–160
–170
10
100
1000
10000
100000
M(f) (dBc/Hz) vs. f(Hz)
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Residual FM (CW mode, 0.3 to 3 kHz bandwidth, CITT, RMS)
< N*5Hz (typ)
Broadband noise
0.25 to 10 GHz
10 to 20 GHz
20 to 40 GHz
CW mode at +10 dBm or maximum specified output
power, whichever is lower for offsets > 10 MHz
–145 dBc/Hz (typ)
–135 dBc/Hz (typ)
–130 dBc/Hz (typ)
Harmonics (dBc)1
250 kHz to 2 GHz
> 2 to 20 GHz
> 20 to 40 GHz
–28 (–30 typ)
–54 (–60 typ)
–56 (typ)
Non-harmonics (dBc)1
250 kHz to 250 MHz
> 250 to 375 MHz
> 375 to 750 MHz
> 750 MHz to 1.5 GHz
> 1.5 to 3.2 GHz
> 3.2 to 6 GHz
> 6 to 12 GHz
> 12 to 24 GHz
> 24 to 40 GHz
–54 (–89 typ)
–61 (–86 typ)
–55 (–74 typ)
–48 (–70 typ)
–47 (–68 typ)
–40 (–63 typ)
–33 (–57 typ)
–50 (typ)
–45 (typ)
Subharmonics (dBc)1
250 kHz to 1.5 GHz
> 1.5 GHz to 20 GHz
> 20 to 40 GHz
None
–53
–50
1.
CW mode at +10 dBm or maximum specified output power, whichever is lower.
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Analog Modulation
Frequency bands1
Frequency
250 kHz to < 250 MHz
250 to < 375 MHz
375 to < 750 MHz
750 to < 1.5 GHz
1.5 to < 3.0 GHZ
3.0 to < 6.0 GHz
6.0 to < 12.0 GHz
12.0 to < 24.0 GHz
24.0 to 40 GHz
N
1
0.250
0.500
1
2
4
8
16
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Frequency modulation
(Option UNT)
Maximum deviation
Resolution
Deviation accuracy
1 kHz rate, deviation is N x 100
N x 10 MHz (nom)
0.1% of deviation or 1 Hz, whichever is
greater (nom)
< ± 2% + 20 Hz
Modulation frequency response (at 100 kHz deviation)
1 dB bandwidth
DC to 3 MHz (nom)
5 Hz to 3 MHz (nom)
DC coupled
AC coupled
Carrier frequency accuracy2
Distortion
1 kHz rate, deviation is N x 100 kHz
Sensitivity when using
external input
1.
2.
3 dB bandwidth
DC to 7 MHz (nom)
5 Hz to 7 MHz (nom)
< ±0.2% of set deviation + (N x 1 Hz)
< 0.4%
+1V peak for indicated deviation (nom)
N is a factor used to help define frequency and phase modulation specifications within the document.
Specification valid for temperature changes of less than ± 5° C since last DCFM calibration.
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Phase modulation
(Option UNT)
Modulation deviation and frequency response:
Nominal bandwidth
High bandwidth mode
Resolution
Max deviation
N x 5 radians (nom)
N x 0.5 radians (nom)
0.1% of deviation
3 dB bandwidth
DC to 1 MHz (nom)
DC to 4 MHz (nom)
Deviation accuracy
< +0.5% + 0.01 rad (typ)
1 kHz rate, normal bandwidth mode
Distortion
< 0.2% (typ)
1 kHz rate, deviation normal bandwidth mode
Sensitivity when using
external input
+1V peak for indicated deviation (nom)
Amplitude modulation1
(Option UNT)
AM Depth
Maximum settable
Resolution
Accuracy (1 kHz rate)
Linear
90%
0.1% of depth (nom)
< ±4% of setting
+ 1% (typ)
Exponential
20 dB
0.01 dB (nom)
<±(4% of setting
+ 0.2 dB) (typ)
Modulation rate (3 dB bandwidth, 30% depth)
DC coupled
0 to 10 kHz (typ)
AC coupled
5 Hz to 10 kHz (typ)
Distortion (1 kHz rate, 30% depth)
< 2.0% (typ)
Sensitivity when using
external input
+1V peak for indicated depth (nom)
1.
AM is specified at carrier frequencies > 2 MHz, ALC on, and when AM envelope does not exceed max
power or go below –15 dBm for Option 520 or –20 dBm for Option 540.
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Pulse modulation1
(Option UNU)
On/Off ratio
Rise time
Fall time
Minimum width
ALC on
ALC off
Resolution
Pulse repetition frequency
ALC on
ALC off
Level accuracy
(relative to CW, ALC on or off)
Video feedthrough
Pulse overshoot
Pulse compression
Pulse delay
RF delay (video to RF output)
Video delay (ext input to video)
External input
Input impedance
Level
Internal pulse generator
Modes
Square wave rate
Pulse period
Pulse width
Resolution
Adjustable trigger delay
Settable delay
Triggered
Resolution
(delay, width, period)
Pulse doublets
1st pulse delay
(relative to sync out)
1st pulse width
2nd pulse delay
(relative to pulse 1)
2nd pulse width
1.
2.
> 80 dB (typ)2
< 50 ns (typ)
< 50 ns (typ)
≥ 2 µs (typ)
≥ 500 ns (typ)
20 ns (nom)
DC to 500 kHz
DC to 2 MHz
< 1 dB (typ)
< 350 mV (typ)
< 15% (nom)
15 ns (typ)
10 ns (nom)
30 ns (nom)
50 ohm (nom)
+1 Vpeak = ON (nom)
Free-run, square, triggered, adjustable doublet,
trigger doublet, gated, and external pulse
0.1 Hz to 10 MHz, 0.1 Hz resolution (nom)
500 ns to 42 seconds (nom)
500 ns to pulse period – 10 ns (nom)
10 ns (nom)
– pulse period + 10 ns to pulse period to pulse
width –10 ns
Free run –3.99 to 3.97 µs
0 to 40 s
10 ns (nom)
0 to 42 s – pulse width – 10 ns
500 ns to 42 s – delay – 10 ns
0 to 42 s – (delay1 + width2) – 10 ns
20 ns to 42 s – (delay1 + delay2) – 10 ns
Pulse specifications apply to frequencies > 500 MHz. Operable down to 10 MHz.
Applies to power levels > –5 dBm for Option 1E1.
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Narrow pulse modulation1
(Option UNW)
On/Off ratio
Rise/Fall times (Tr, Tf)
Minimum pulse width
Internally leveled
ALC off2
Repetition frequency
Internally leveled
ALC off2
Level accuracy relative to CW
Internally leveled
ALC off2
Width compression
RF width relative to video out
Video feed-through3
Video delay ext input to video
RF delay -video to
RF output
Pulse overshoot
Input level
Input impedance
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
1.
2.
3.
500 MHz to 3.2 GHz
> 80 dB (typ)
< 10 ns (7 ns)
Above 3.2 GHz
> 80 dB (typ)
< 10 ns (7 ns)
≥ 2 us
≥ 20 ns
≥ 2 us
≥ 20 ns
10 Hz to 500 kHz
DC to 5 MHz
10 Hz to 500 kHz
DC to 10 MHz
< ±1.0 dB (typ)
±1.0 dB (typ)
< 5 ns (typ)
< ±1.0 dB (typ)
±1.0 dB (typ)
< 10 ns (typ)
< 300 mV (typ)
30 ns (nom)
< 10 mV (typ)
30 ns (nom)
10 ns (nom)
20 ns (nom)
< 15% (nom)
+1 Vpeak = RF On
50 Ω (nom)
< 15% (nom)
+1 Vpeak = RF On
50 Ω (nom)
Sync
Output
Td
Video
Output
50%
50%
Tw
Tp
Tm
RF Pulse
Output
50%
10%
90%
Tr
Vor
Vf
Trf
Tf
Pulse specifications apply to frequencies > 500 MHz. Operable down to 10 MHz.
With power search on.
Applies to power levels < +10 dBm.
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Internal analog modulation source
(Option UNT)
Waveform
Rate range
Resolution
Frequency accuracy
Sine
100 MHz to 2 MHz
1 MHz
Same as RF reference source (nom)
External modulation inputs
Modulation types
Input impedance
FM, AM, phase mod, pulse mod
50 Ω (nom)
Simultaneous modulation1
All modulation types (FM, AM, φM and pulse modulation) may be simultaneously
enabled except: FM and phase modulation can not be combined; two modulation types
can not be simultaneously generated using the same modulation source. For example,
AM and FM can run concurrently and will modulate the output RF. This is useful for
simulating signal impairments.
1.
If AM or pulse modulation are on, then phase and FM specifications do not apply.
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General Characteristics
Remote programming
Interfaces
Control languages
GPIB IEEE-488.2, 1987 with listen and talk
LAN 100BaseT LAN interface, LXI class C
compliant
USB Version 2.0
SCPI Version 1997.0
Compatibility languages supporting a subset of common commands
Agilent Technologies
8360 series, E8247C, E8257C, E8257D, E8241A,
E8244A, E8251A, E8254A, E4428C, E4438C,
E8267C/D, 8662A, 8663A, 83711B, 83712B,
83731B, 83732B, 83751B, 83752B, 8340B,
8341B
Power requirements
100 to 120 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz
220 to 240 VAC, 50 to 60 Hz
250 W maximum
Operating temperature range
0 to 55 °C
Storage temperature range
–40 to 70 °C
Operating and storage altitude
15,000 feet
Environmental stress
Samples of this product have been type tested in
accordance with the Agilent Environmental Test
Manual and verified to be robust against the
environmental stresses of Storage, Transportation
and End-use; those stresses include but are not
limited to temperature, humidity, shock, vibration,
altitude and power line conditions. Test Methods
are aligned with IEC 60068-2 and levels are
similar to MIL-PRF-28800F Class 3.
Safety
Complies with European Low Voltage Directive
73/23/EEC, amended by 93/68/EEC
• IEC/EN 61010-1
• Canada: CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1
• USA: UL 61010-1
EMC
Complies with European EMC Directive 89/336/
EEC, amended by 93/68/EEC
• IEC/EN 61326
• CISPR Pub 11 Group 1, class A
• AS/NZS CISPR 11:2002
• ICES/NMB-001
Memory
Memory is shared by instrument states, sweep list
files, and other files. There is 512 MB of flash
memory available in the N5181A MXG. Depending
on how the memory is utilized, a maximum of
1000 instrument states can be saved.
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Security (Option 006)
Memory sanitizing, memory sanitizing on power
on, and display blanking.
Self test
Internal diagnostic routines test most modules
in a preset condition. For each module, if its
node voltages are within acceptable limits, the
module “passes” the test.
Weight
≤ 13.8 kg (30 lb.) net,
≤ 28.4 kg (62 lb.) shipping
Dimensions
103 mm H x 426 mm W x 432 mm L
(4.07 in H x 16.8 in W x 17 in L)
Recommended calibration cycle
24 months
ISO compliant
The Agilent N5181A MXG is manufactured in an
ISO-9001 registered facility in concurrence with
Agilent Technologies’ commitment to quality.
Front panel connectors1
RF output
Option 520
Option 532/540
USB 2.0
Rear panel connectors1
RF output
(Option 1EM)
Sweep out
AM
FM
Pulse
1.
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 adapters
Used with a memory stick for transferring
instrument states, licenses and other files into
or out of the instrument. Also used with U2000
series USB average power sensors. For a
current list of supported memory sticks, visit
www.agilent.com/find/MXG, click on Technical
Support, and refer to FAQs: WaveformDownloads
and Storage.
Outputs the RF signal via a precision N type
female connector.
Generates output voltage, 0 to +10 V when the
signal generator is sweeping. This output can
also be programmed to indicate when the source
is settled or output pulse video and is TTL and
CMOS compatible in this mode. Output
impedance < 1 Ω, can drive 2k Ω. Damage
levels are ±15 V.
External AM input. Nominal input impedance is
50 Ω. Damage levels are ±5 V.
External FM input. Nominal input impedance is
50 Ω. Damage levels are ±5 V.
External pulse modulation input. This input is
TTL and CMOS compatible. Low logic levels are
0 V and high logic levels are +1 V. Nominal input
impedance is 50 Ω. Input damage levels are
≤ –0.3 V and ≥ +5.3 V.
All connectors are BNC unless otherwise noted.
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Trigger in
Accepts TTL and CMOS level signals for
triggering point-to-point in sweep mode. Damage
levels are ≤ –0.3 V and ≥ +5.3 V. Nominal input
impedance is 50 Ω.
Outputs a TTL and CMOS compatible level
signal for use with sweep mode. The signal is
high at start of dwell, or when waiting for point
trigger in manual sweep mode; low when dwell
is over or point trigger is received. This output
can also be programmed to indicate when the
source is settled, pulse synchronization, or pulse
video. Nominal output impedance is 50 ohms.
Input damage levels are ≤ –0.3 V and ≥ +5.3 V.
Accepts a 10 MHz reference signal used to
frequency lock the internal timebase. Option 1ER
adds the capability to lock to a frequency from
1 MHz to 50 MHz. Nominal input level –3.5 to
+20 dBm, impedance 50 Ω.
Outputs the 10 MHz reference signal used by
internal time base. Level is nominally +3.9 dBm.
Nominal output impedance 50 Ω. Input damage
level is +16 dBm.
The USB connector provides remote programming
functions via SCPI.
The LAN connector provides the same SCPI
remote programming functionality as the GPIB
connector. The LAN connector is also used to
access the internal web server and FTP server.
The LAN supports DHCP, sockets SCPI, VXI-11
SCPI, connection monitoring, dynamic host name
services, TCP keep alive. This interface is LXI
class C compliant.
The GPIB connector provides remote
programming functionality via SCPI.
Trigger out
Reference input
10 MHz out
USB 2.0
LAN (100 BaseT)
GPIB
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Ordering Information
N5183A MXG microwave analog signal generator
Frequency
520
Frequency range from 100 kHz to 20 GHz
532
Frequency range from 100 kHz to 31.8 GHz
540
Frequency range from 100 kHz to 40 GHz
Performance enhancements
UNZ Fast frequency switching
1E1
Step attenuator
1EA High power
UNU Pulse modulation
UNW Narrow pulse modulation
UNT AM, FM, phase modulation
006
Instrument security
1ER
Flexible reference input (1-50 MHz)
1EM Move RF output to rear panel
1ED Type N RF output connector
Accessories
1CM Rackmount kit
1CN Front handle kit
1CP Rackmount and front handle kit
1CR Rack slide kit
AXT Transit case
Related Literature
Application literature
RF Source Basics, a self-paced tutorial (CD-ROM), literature number 5980-2060E
Product literature
Agilent MXG Signal Generator, Configuration Guide, literature number 5989-5485EN
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Japan
Korea
Malaysia
Singapore
Taiwan
Thailand
1 800 629 485
800 810 0189
800 938 693
1 800 112 929
0120 (421) 345
080 769 0800
1 800 888 848
1 800 375 8100
0800 047 866
1 800 226 008
Europe & Middle East
Austria
Belgium
Denmark
Finland
France
0820 87 44 11
32 (0) 2 404 93 40
45 70 13 15 15
358 (0) 10 855 2100
0825 010 700*
*0.125 € fixed network rates
Germany
01805 24 6333**
**0.14€/minute
Ireland
1890 924 204
Israel
972-3-9288-504/544
Italy
39 02 92 60 8484
Netherlands
31 (0) 20 547 2111
Spain
34 (91) 631 3300
Sweden
0200-88 22 55
Switzerland (French) 41 (21) 8113811(Opt 2)
Switzerland (German) 0800 80 53 53 (Opt 1)
United Kingdom
44 (0) 118 9276201
Other European Countries:
www.agilent.com/find/contactus
Revised: October 24, 2007
Product specifications and descriptions
in this document subject to change
without notice.
© Agilent Technologies, Inc. 2007
Printed in USA, November 26, 2007
5989-7572EN
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