Enterasys Networks RBT-1002 Network Router User Manual

Service Manual
MTG100 & MTG300
MPEG Generator
071-0616-50
Warning
The servicing instructions are for use by qualified
personnel only. To avoid personal injury, do not
perform any servicing unless you are qualified to
do so. Refer to all safety summaries prior to
performing service.
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for a period of one (1) year from the date of shipment. If a product proves defective during this warranty period, Tektronix,
at its option, either will repair the defective product without charge for parts and labor, or will provide a replacement in
exchange for the defective product.
In order to obtain service under this warranty, Customer must notify Tektronix of the defect before the expiration of the
warranty period and make suitable arrangements for the performance of service. Customer shall be responsible for
packaging and shipping the defective product to the service center designated by Tektronix, with shipping charges prepaid.
Tektronix shall pay for the return of the product to Customer if the shipment is to a location within the country in which the
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other charges for products returned to any other locations.
This warranty shall not apply to any defect, failure or damage caused by improper use or improper or inadequate
maintenance and care. Tektronix shall not be obligated to furnish service under this warranty a) to repair damage resulting
from attempts by personnel other than Tektronix representatives to install, repair or service the product; b) to repair
damage resulting from improper use or connection to incompatible equipment; c) to repair any damage or malfunction
caused by the use of non-Tektronix supplies; or d) to service a product that has been modified or integrated with other
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IMPLIED. TEKTRONIX AND ITS VENDORS DISCLAIM ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TEKTRONIX’ RESPONSIBILITY TO
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THE CUSTOMER FOR BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY. TEKTRONIX AND ITS VENDORS WILL NOT BE
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DAMAGES.
Table of Contents
General Safety Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service Safety Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
vii
ix
xi
Contacting Tektronix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
xiii
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
xv
Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
1-3
General Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Certifications and Compliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-3
1-11
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
Supplying Operating Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Applying and Interrupting Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Repackaging Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installed Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
2-3
2-4
2-6
2-6
Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-7
Using the Menu System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Output Loop Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-7
2-13
Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
A10 Main Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CPU Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A30 Front Panel Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A35 Power Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A50 SCSI Termination Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-3
3-3
3-3
3-3
Specifications
Operating Information
Theory of Operation
Performance Verification
Performance Verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
Equipment and Test Signals Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
4-3
Adjustment Procedures
Adjustment Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
Requirements for Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
5-1
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Clock Frequency Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
Related Maintenance Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inspection and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
6-2
6-4
Removal and Installation Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-9
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Access Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Procedures for External Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Procedure for Internal Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Procedure for Board Modules and CPU Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Procedures for Rear Panel Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-9
6-17
6-18
6-25
6-37
6-44
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-49
Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Trees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-49
6-50
6-53
Firmware Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-67
Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Update Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-67
6-67
Replacing the Hard Disk Drive(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-71
Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Hard Disk Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Hard Disk Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-71
6-72
6-74
Hardware Device Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-77
6-81
Options and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-1
Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Standard Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-1
7-2
7-2
Electrical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-1
Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-1
Mechanical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10-1
Parts Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Replaceable Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10-1
10-2
Maintenance
Options
Electrical Parts List
Diagrams
Mechanical Parts List
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List of Figures
Figure 2-1: Rear panel power connector and power switch . . . . . . . .
Figure 2-2: Front panel power switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2-3: Elements of the menu system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2-4: Front panel showing the pull-down menu controls . . . . .
Figure 2-5: Example of a displayed pull-down menu . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2-6: Display states of the pull-down menu commands . . . . . . .
Figure 2-7: Front panel showing the Bezel menu controls . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2-8: Hexadecimal keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2-9: Dialog box showing knob icon and underscore character
Figure 2-10: Dialog box for text input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 2-11: Pop-up message box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-4
2-5
2-7
2-8
2-9
2-9
2-10
2-11
2-12
2-12
2-13
Figure 4-1: Custom cable with 9-pin and 25-pin, D-type connectors .
4-2
Figure 4-2: Equipment connection for verifying the internal clock
frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-4
Figure 4-3: Initial equipment connection for verifying the ASI
output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-6
Figure 4-4: Second equipment connection for verifying the ASI
output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-7
Figure 4-5: Initial equipment connection for verifying the SSI
output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-8
Figure 4-6: Second equipment connections for verifying the SSI
output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-9
Figure 4-7: Equipment connection for verifying the parallel output .
4-11
Figure 4-8: Equipment connection for verifying the serial output . . .
4-12
Figure 4-9: Equipment connections for verifying the external clock
input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-14
Figure 4-10: Equipment connections for verifying the external reference
input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-17
Figure 5-1: A10 Main board view . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2
Figure 6-1: MPEG generator orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-2: External modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-3: Internal modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-4: Board modules and CPU unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-5: Rear panel modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6-13
6-14
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Figure 6-6: Guide to removal procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-7: Cabinet removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-8: Front-panel unit removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-9: Disassembly of front-panel assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-10: Fan removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-11: Floppy disk drive removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-12: Data hard disk drive removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-13: Attaching the data hard disk to the chassis . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-14: System hard disk drive removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-15: Display module removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-16: Power supply unit removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-17: 5 V power supply, 12 V power supply, power switch, and
inlet removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-18: A10 Main board removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-19: A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) board
removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-20: CPU unit removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-21: CPU, A20 Interface, and LAN boards removal . . . . . . .
Figure 6-22: Rear panel modules removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-23: Troubleshooting procedure (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-24: Troubleshooting procedure (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-25: Troubleshooting procedure (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-26: Troubleshooting procedure (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-27: Troubleshooting procedure (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-28: Troubleshooting procedure (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-29: Troubleshooting procedure (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-30: Troubleshooting procedure (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-31: Troubleshooting procedure (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-32: Troubleshooting procedure (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-33: Troubleshooting procedure (10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-34: Troubleshooting procedure (11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-35: Troubleshooting procedure (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-36: Location of the A40 MISC (Power Distribution &
Interface) board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-37: MTG Series Firmware Update dialog box . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-38: Message box appearing after the file transfer is
complete. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-39: Message box appearing after the update is complete . . .
Figure 6-40: Message box appearing after turn on the instrument . .
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6-20
6-22
6-24
6-26
6-27
6-29
6-29
6-31
6-33
6-35
6-36
6-38
6-40
6-42
6-43
6-47
6-53
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6-55
6-56
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Figure 6-41: System dialog box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 6-40: Organization of the device error codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-70
6-77
Figure 9-1: MTG100 and MTG300 block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 9-2: MTG100 and MTG300 interconnect diagram . . . . . . . . .
9–3
9–5
Figure 10-1: Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 10-2: Front panel unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 10-3: Internal modules and rear connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 10-4: Hard disk drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 10-5: Board modules and inner units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 10-6: CPU unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 10-7: Power supply unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Figure 10-8: Rack mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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10-7
10-9
10-11
10-13
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Table 1-1: Main product features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1-2: Functional characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1-3: Electrical characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1-4: Mechanical characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1-5: Environmental characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 1-6: Certifications and compliances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
1-4
1-6
1-9
1-10
1-11
Table 2-1: Power-cord conductor identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 2-2: Power cord identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 2-3: Display states of the Bezel menu commands . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
2-2
2-10
Table 4-1: Equipment required for performance verification . . . . . .
Table 4-2: MPEG test files required for performance verification . .
4-1
4-2
Table 5-1: Equipment required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-1
Table 6-1: Relative susceptibility to static-discharge damage . . . . . .
Table 6-2: External inspection check list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6-3: Internal inspection check list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6-4: Summary of procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6-5: Tools required for module removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6-6: Error messages at power on diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6-7: Bezel menu items in the Service menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6-8: Equipment required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6-9: Equipment required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6-10: Hardware device error codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 6-11: Error messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-3
6-5
6-6
6-10
6-11
6-49
6-51
6-67
6-71
6-78
6-81
Table 7-1: Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 7-2: Standard accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table 7-3: Optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-1
7-2
7-2
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General Safety Summary
Review the following safety precautions to avoid injury and prevent damage to
this product or any products connected to it. To avoid potential hazards, use this
product only as specified.
Only qualified personnel should perform service procedures.
To Avoid Fire or
Personal Injury
Use Proper Power Cord. Use only the power cord specified for this product and
certified for the country of use.
Connect and Disconnect Properly. Do not connect or disconnect probes or test
leads while they are connected to a voltage source.
Ground the Product. This product is grounded through the grounding conductor
of the power cord. To avoid electric shock, the grounding conductor must be
connected to earth ground. Before making connections to the input or output
terminals of the product, ensure that the product is properly grounded.
Observe All Terminal Ratings. To avoid fire or shock hazard, observe all ratings
and markings on the product. Consult the product manual for further ratings
information before making connections to the product.
Do not apply a potential to any terminal, including the common terminal, that
exceeds the maximum rating of that terminal.
Do Not Operate Without Covers. Do not operate this product with covers or panels
removed.
Use Proper Fuse. Use only the fuse type and rating specified for this product.
Avoid Exposed Circuitry. Do not touch exposed connections and components
when power is present.
Do Not Operate With Suspected Failures. If you suspect there is damage to this
product, have it inspected by qualified service personnel.
Do Not Operate in Wet/Damp Conditions.
Do Not Operate in an Explosive Atmosphere.
Keep Product Surfaces Clean and Dry.
Provide Proper Ventilation. Refer to the manual’s installation instructions for
details on installing the product so it has proper ventilation.
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General Safety Summary
Symbols and Terms
Terms in this Manual. These terms may appear in this manual:
Warning statements identify conditions or practices that could result
in injury or loss of life.
Caution statements identify conditions or practices that could result in
damage to this product or other property.
Terms on the Product. These terms may appear on the product:
DANGER indicates an injury hazard immediately accessible as you read the
marking.
WARNING indicates an injury hazard not immediately accessible as you read the
marking.
CAUTION indicates a hazard to property including the product.
Symbols on the Product. The following symbols may appear on the product:
#
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!# !
! # $
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Service Safety Summary
Only qualified personnel should perform service procedures. Read this Service
Safety Summary and the General Safety Summary before performing any service
procedures.
Do Not Service Alone. Do not perform internal service or adjustments of this
product unless another person capable of rendering first aid and resuscitation is
present.
Disconnect Power. To avoid electric shock, disconnect the mains power by means
of the power cord or, if provided, the power switch.
Use Care When Servicing With Power On. Dangerous voltages or currents may
exist in this product. Disconnect power, remove battery (if applicable), and
disconnect test leads before removing protective panels, soldering, or replacing
components.
To avoid electric shock, do not touch exposed connections.
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Service Safety Summary
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
Preface
This is the service manual for the MTG100 and MTG300 MPEG Generators.
This manual contains information needed to service an MPEG generator to the
module level.
Manual Structure
This manual is divided into sections, such as the Specifications and Theory of
Operation. Further, some sections are divided into subsections, such as Product
Description and Removal and Installation Procedures.
Sections containing procedures also contain introductions to those procedures.
Be sure to read these introductions because they provide information needed to
do the service correctly and efficiently. The following are brief descriptions of
each manual section.
Specifications contains a description of the MPEG generator and the
characteristics that apply to it.
Operating Information includes general information and operating
instructions.
Theory of Operation contains circuit descriptions that support service to the
module level.
Performance Verification contains procedures for confirming that an MPEG
generator functions properly and meets warranted characteristics.
Adjustment Procedures contains procedures for adjusting an MPEG
generator to meet warranted characteristics.
Maintenance contains information and procedures for performing preventive
and corrective maintenance of an MPEG generator. These instructions
include cleaning, module removal and installation, and fault isolation to the
module level.
Options contains descriptions of factory-installed options and optional
accessories.
Electrical Parts List contains a statement referring you to the Mechanical
Parts List section, where both the electrical and mechanical modules are
listed.
Diagrams contains a block diagram and an interconnection diagram.
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Preface
Mechanical Parts List includes a table of all replaceable modules, their
descriptions, and their Tektronix part numbers.
Manual Conventions
This manual uses certain conventions that you should become familiar with.
Some sections of the manual contain procedures for you to perform. To keep
those instructions clear and consistent, this manual uses the following
conventions:
Names of front panel controls and menus appear in the same case (initial
capitals, all uppercase, etc.) in the manual as is used on the MPEG generator
front panel and menus.
Instruction steps are numbered unless there is only one step.
Bold text refers to specific interface elements that you are instructed to
select, click, or clear.
Example: To power off the MPEG generator, press the ON/STBY switch.
Italic text refers to document names or sections. Italics are also used in
NOTES, CAUTIONS, and WARNINGS.
Example: The Diagrams section, beginning on page 9-1, includes a block
diagram and an interconnect diagram..
Modules
Safety
Throughout this manual, any replaceable component, assembly, or part of the
MPEG generator is referred to generically as a module. In general, a module is
an assembly (like a circuit board), rather than a component (like a resistor or an
integrated circuit). Sometimes a single component is a module. For example, the
chassis of the MPEG generator is a module.
Symbols and terms related to safety appear in the Safety Summary near the
beginning of this manual.
Finding Other Information
Other documentation for the MPEG generator includes:
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The MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator User Manual contains a tutorial
to quickly describe how to operate the MPEG generator. It also includes an
in-depth discussion on how to more completely use the MPEG generator
features.
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Preface
Contacting Tektronix
Phone
1Ć800Ć833Ć9200*
Address
Tektronix, Inc.
Department or name (if known)
14200 SW Karl Braun Drive
P.O. Box 500
Beaverton, OR 97077
USA
Web site
www.tektronix.com
Sales support
1Ć800Ć833Ć9200, select option 1*
Service support
1Ć800Ć833Ć9200, select option 2*
Technical support
Email: techsupport@tektronix.com
1Ć800Ć833Ć9200, select option 3*
6:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Pacific time
*
This phone number is toll free in North America. After office hours, please leave a
voice mail message.
Outside North America, contact a Tektronix sales office or distributor; see the
Tektronix web site for a list of offices.
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MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
Introduction
This manual contains information needed to properly service the MTG100 and
MTG300 MPEG Generators, as well as general information critical to safe and
effective servicing.
To prevent personal injury or damage to the MPEG generator, consider the
following before attempting service:
The procedures in this manual should be performed only by a qualified
service person.
Read the General Safety Summary and the Service Safety Summary,
beginning on page vii.
Read Installation in section 2, Operating Information.
When using this manual for servicing be sure to follow all warnings, cautions,
and notes.
Performance Check Interval
Generally, the performance check described in section 4, Performance Verification, should be done every 12 months. In addition, a performance check is
recommended after module replacement.
If the MPEG generator does not meet performance criteria, repair is necessary.
Strategy for Servicing
Throughout this manual, the term “module” refers to any field-replaceable
component, assembly, or part of the MPEG generator.
This manual contains all the information needed for periodic maintenance of the
MPEG generator (Examples of such information are procedures for checking
performance).
Further, it contains all information for corrective maintenance down to the
module level. To isolate a failure to a module, use the fault isolation procedures
found in Troubleshooting, part of section 6, Maintenance. To remove and replace
any failed module, follow the instructions in Removal and Installation Procedures, also part of section 6. After isolating a faulty module, replace it with a
fully-tested module obtained from the factory. Section 10, Mechanical Parts
List, contains part number and ordering information for all replaceable modules.
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Introduction
Tektronix Service Offerings
Tektronix provides service to cover repair under warranty as well as other
services that may provide a cost-effective answer to your service needs.
Whether providing warranty repair service or any of the other services listed
below, Tektronix service technicians are well trained to service the MPEG
generator. They have access to the latest information on improvements to the
MPEG generator as well as the latest new options.
Warranty Repair Service
Self Service
Tektronix warrants this product for one year from date of purchase. The warranty
appears after the title page in this manual. Tektronix technicians provide
warranty service at most Tektronix service locations. The Tektronix product
catalog lists all worldwide service locations or you can visit our web site for
service information: www.tektronix.com.
Tektronix supports repair to the module level by providing Module Exchange.
Module Exchange. This service reduces down-time for repair by allowing you to
exchange most modules for remanufactured ones. Each module comes with a
90-day service warranty.
For More Information. Contact your local Tektronix service center or sales
engineer for more information on any of the repair or adjustment services just
described.
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Product Overview
The MTG100 and MTG300 MPEG Generators store and playback MPEG-2
transport streams that are compliant with ATSC, DVB, and ARIB standards. The
MPEG generators can automatically update the time stamp values of the
transport stream in real time to support long term playout. Table 1-1 lists the
main features of the MPEG generators.
You can output transport streams stored in the MPEG generators to perform the
following tasks:
H
Evaluate IRD/STB designs and manufacturing processes
H
Evaluate performance of MPEG-2 equipment
H
Perform conformance testing of MPEG-2 systems
H
Provide substitute signal generation for digital television transmitters
The MTG300 MPEG Generator facilitates complete stress testing by providing
comprehensive capabilities to customize stored transport streams. In addition, the
MTG300 MPEG Generator allows you to effectively monitor receiver operation
by inserting PSI/SI/PSIP tables into the transport stream.
Table 1Ć1: Main product features
Feature
MTG100
MTG300
Storage and output of MPEGĆ2 transport streams up to 36 GB in size
D
D
RealĆtime updating of transport stream time stamps and time tables
(PCR, PTS/DTS, and continuity_counter values)
D
D
188, 204, and 208 byte packetĆlength output formats
D
D
Output interfaces:
Serial: ASI (burst and nonĆburst), SSI, ECL, LVDS, and TTL
Parallel: ECL, LVDS, and TTL
D
D
Data rate: 64 Mbps maximum; 1 Mbps minimum
D
D
Sample transport streams provided for DVB and ATSC
D
D
Remote control via RS-232 or Ethernet interface
D
D
Downloading of transport stream files via an Ethernet interface
D
D
Hierarchy display of the stored transport stream
D
D
PSI/SI/PSIP editor
D
RealĆtime dynamic insertion of PSI/SI/PSIP tables
D
PCR jitter insertion
D
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Specifications
This section is divided into two subsections. General Characteristics lists the
functional, electrical, mechanical, and environmental characteristics of the
MPEG generator. Certifications and Compliances lists the national and
international standards to which the MPEG generator complies.
General Characteristics
This section lists the functional, electrical, mechanical, and environmental
characteristics of the MPEG generator.
All listed specifications are guaranteed unless labeled with “typical”. Typical
specifications are provided for your convenience but are not guaranteed.
Performance Conditions
The electrical characteristics listed on the following pages are valid under the
following conditions:
H
The MPEG generator must be in an environment where the temperature,
altitude, humidity, and vibration conditions are within the operating limits
described in Table 1-5 on page 1-10.
H
The MPEG generator must have a warm-up period of at least 20 minutes.
H
The MPEG generator must have been calibrated and adjusted at an ambient
temperature between +20_ C and +30_ C.
H
The MPEG generator must be operating at an ambient temperature between
+5_ C to +40_ C, unless otherwise noted.
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Specifications
Table 1Ć2: Functional characteristics
Characteristics
Description
General
Analyzed TS standard
MPEGĆ2, DVB, ARIB, ATSC
Supported Packet format
188, 204, 208 bytes
Loop mode
No Update
Transport stream is output with no editing functions available.
Auto Update
Transport stream is output with the following timing information updated:
PCR, PTS/DTS, Continuity_counter, UTC_time (TDT/TOT) / system_time, DS_status,
DS_day_of_month, DS_hour (STT)
Stress (MTG300 only)
Transport stream is output with all editing functions available.
TDT/STT Insertion
Section Interval
External SI file insertion
MTG300 only
0.5 s to 120.0 s (100 ms resolution)
MTG300 only
Start time
0 s to 24:59:59:999 hr (1 ms resolution)
TDT, TOT, or STT is used as a reference (DVB, ARIB, and ATSC mode only).
Continuous time
50 ms to 24:59:59:999 hr (1 ms resolution) or Infinite
TDT, TOT, or STT is used as a reference (DVB, ARIB, and ATSC mode only).
Section interval
100 ms to 30.00 s (10 ms resolution)
Packet interval
0 to 1000 packets
Packetized mode
Single, Multi
External TS file insertion
MTG300 only
Start time
0 s to 24:59:59:999 hr (1 ms resolution)
TDT, TOT, or STT is reference (DVB, ARIB, and ATSC mode only).
Continuous time
50 ms to 24:59:59:999 hr (1 ms resolution) or Infinite
TDT, TOT, or STT is used as a reference (DVB, ARIB, and ATSC mode only).
File interval
100 ms to 30.00 s (10 ms resolution)
Packet interval
0 to 1000 packets
External SI file replacement
1Ć4
MTG300 only
Start time
0 s to 24:59:59:999 hr (1 ms resolution)
TDT, TOT, or STT is used as a reference (DVB, ARIB, and ATSC mode only).
Continuous time
50 ms to 24:59:59:999 hr (1 ms resolution) or Infinite
TDT, TOT, or STT is used as a reference (DVB, ARIB, and ATSC mode only).
Section interval
100 ms to 30.00 s (10 ms resolution)
Packet interval
0 to 1000 packets
Packetized mode
Single, Multi
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Table 1Ć2: Functional characteristics (Cont.)
Characteristics
Description
Delete packet
MTG300 only
Target packet
PCR interval setting
PCR interval
PCR interval jitter adder
Deletes the selected item from the transport stream. If other items with the same PID value as
the selected item exist in the transport stream and they are contained in one packet, they are
also deleted from the transport stream (except for the PCR).
MTG300 only
20 ms to 10.000 s (1 ms resolution)
MTG300 only
Target PCR
Selected one PCR
Reference period
20 ms to 10.000 s (1 ms resolution)
Jitter Pattern
sine, rectangle, triangle, pulse, ramp, and random
Jitter Duty
1 to (period-1) packet(s) (available for pulse)
Jitter Period
5 to 3000 packets
Jitter Amplitude
0 to 5.00 s (10 ms resolution)
PCR value jitter adder
MTG300 only
Target PCR
Selected one PCR.
Jitter Pattern
sine, rectangle, triangle, pulse, ramp, random, and offset
Jitter Duty
1 to (period-1) packet(s) (only available for pulse jitter pattern)
Jitter Period
5 to 3000 packets (except for the offset mode)
Jitter Amplitude
0 to 5.00 s (resolution of 37 ns, 27 MHz clock)
TS header change
MTG300 only
Number of packets
0 to 65535 packets (on every manual operation)
0 value means that the selected operation is executed infinitely.
Target of change word
operation
Sync_Byte (8)
Transport_error_indicator (1)
payload_unit_start_indicator (1)
transport_priority (1)
PID (13)
transport_scrambling_control (2)
adaptation_field_control (2)
Target packet is all the items or one selected item.
Target of Lack/Duplicate
operation
continuity_counter (4)
Target packet is one selected item.
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Table 1Ć2: Functional characteristics (Cont.)
Characteristics
Description
SI header change
MTG300 only
Target packets
One selected item. If two or more sections are contained in one packet, all of the sections are
changed by the operation.
Number of packets
1 to 65535 packets (on every manual operation)
Target of change word
operation
reserved (2)
DTS value change
MTG300 only
Target packet
One selected PID including Video PES (except for the scrambled PES)
Number of packets
Continuous
Add time
0 ms to 50 ms (90 kHz resolution)
Table 1Ć3: Electrical characteristics
Characteristics
Description
Clock
Reference clock
For Output_clock, PCR/PTS/DTS, Packet operation timing, and TDT/STT time.
Internal
27 MHz ± 1 ppm
External
27 MHz
Output clock
1Ć6
Frequency
1 MHz to 64 MHz, Locked to Reference clock.
PLL divide ratioFYID
Output Clock = (X / (Y * Z) ) * 27 MHz
Internal and External RefĆ
erence
1024 X 65536
4500 Y 9000
Z=4
Z=8
Z = 16
Z = 32
Z = 64
Z = 128
External clock:
Output clock 24 MHz
Output Clock = (Y / X) * 216 MHz
1024 X 65536
8 Y 16383
Output clock / 6000 Y Output clock / 3000
External clock:
Output clock 24 MHz
Output Clock = (Y / X) * 432 MHz
1024 X 65536
8 Y 16383
Output clock / 12000 Y Output clock / 6000
P/N and Jitter
-104 dBc/Hz at 20 kHz ( 32 MHz)
-97 dBc/Hz at 20 kHz ( 64 MHz)
(32 MHz Output clock 64 MHz)
(16 MHz Output clock 32 MHz)
(8 MHz Output clock 16 MHz)
(4 MHz Output clock 8 MHz)
(2 MHz Output clock 4 MHz)
(1 MHz Output clock 2 MHz)
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Table 1Ć3: Electrical characteristics (Cont.)
Characteristics
Description
External reference input
Connector type
BNC
Frequency
27 MHz, 1 ppm recommended.
Input level, typical
800 mV ± 200 mV (pĆp)
Input impedance, typical
50 (at 27 MHz)
ECL control input
Connector type
DĆsub, 9 pin
Frequency
125 kHz to 8 MHz, select parallel output.
1 MHz to 64 MHz, select serial output.
Input level, typical
Differential ECL
Termination, typical
110 line to line.
Pin assignment
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DCLK
GND
PSYNC
CHCLKEN
Shield
DCLK
GND
PSYNC
CHCLKEN
ECL/TTL/LVDS output (parallel)
Connector type
DĆsub, 25 pin (the same connector as Serial output)
Output level (Output on)
(J310101 and above)
Note: Do not connect the Asserted Low pins for singleĆend use.
TTL
0 V to 2.8 V (without termination)
LVDS
0.8 V to 1.60 V (without termination)
ECL*
-1.8 V to -0.9 V (without termination)
Output resistance, typical
(Output off)
350 at 5 V to GND pin (When the output is off, the power of the buffer amplifier is cut off.)
Data rate
1 Mbps to 64 Mbps
Pin assignment
1
2
3 to 10
11
12
13
14
15
16 to 23
24
25
DCLK
GND
DATA 7 to DATA 0
DVALID
PSYNC
Shield
DCLK
GND
DATA 7 to DATA 0
DVALID
PSYNC
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Specifications
Table 1Ć3: Electrical characteristics (Cont.)
Characteristics
Description
ECL/TTL/LVDS output (serial)
Connector type
DĆsub, 25 pin (the same connector as Parallel output)
Output level (Output on)
(J310101 and above)
Note: Do not connect the Asserted Low pins for singleĆend use. Do not connect the Not ManĆ
aged" pins to GND pins.
TTL
0 V to 2.8 V (without termination)
LVDS
0.8 V to 1.60 V (without termination)
ECL*
-1.8 V to -0.9 V (without termination)
Output resistance, typical
(Output off)
350 at 5 V to GND pin (When the output is off, the power of the buffer amplifier is cut off.)
Data rate
1 Mbps to 64 Mbps
Pin Assignment
1
2
3 to 9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16 to 22
23
24
25
ASI output
1Ć8
DCLK
GND
Not managed
DATA 0
DVALID
PSYNC
Shield
DCLK
GND
Not managed
DATA 0
DVALID
PSYNC
Complies with EN50083Ć9 Annex B.
Connector type
BNC
Impedance, typical
75 Output voltage
800 mV ± 10%
Deterministic Jitter
10% (pĆp)
Random Jitter
8% (pĆp)
Rise/fall time (20% to 80%)
1.2 ns
Transmission format
Data packets (Insert Packet unit), Data Bursts (Insert Word unit)
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Specifications
Table 1Ć3: Electrical characteristics (Cont.)
Characteristics
Description
SSI output
Complies with SMPTE 310M.
Connector type
BNC
Impedance
75 Data rate
1 Mbps to 40 Mbps (Not managed when the data frequency is more than 40 Mbps.)
Output voltage
800 mV ± 10 %
Return loss
30 dB , 100 kHz to 80 MHz
Drift and wander
0.028 ppm/s, 1 kHz
Jitter
2 ns, 1 kHz to 800 kHz
Rise/fall time (20 % to 80%)
0.4 ns to 5.0 ns
1.6 ns (difference between rise and fall time)
Condition
This output cannot be used with the external clock input.
Display
Display area
Width:
Height:
13.2 cm (5.2 inches)
9.9 cm (3.9 inches)
Resolution
Horizontal:
Vertical:
640 pixels
480 pixels
AC line power
Rating Voltage
100 to 240 VAC
Voltage Range
90 to 250 VAC
Frequency Range
48 to 63 Hz
Maximum power
200 W
Maximum current
2A
Installation Category
CAT II
Table 1Ć4: Mechanical characteristics
Characteristics
Description
Net weight
Standard
Approximately 14 kg
Dimensions
Height
132 mm (without front feet extended)
Width
430 mm
Length
560 mm
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Table 1Ć5: Environmental characteristics
Characteristics
Description
Temperature
Operating
+5_ C to +40_ C
NonĆoperating
-20_ C to +60_ C
Relative humidity
Operating
20% to 80% (No condensation)
Maximum wetĆbulb temperature 29.4_ C
NonĆoperating
5% to 90% (No condensation)
Maximum wetĆbulb temperature 40.0_ C
Altitude
Operating
To 4.5 km (15,000 feet).
Maximum operating temperature decreases 1_ C each 300 m above 1.5 km.
NonĆoperating
To 15 km (50,000 feet).
Dynamics
Vibration
Operating
0.27 grms, 5 to 500 Hz, 10 min, three axes
NonĆoperating
2.28 grms, 5 to 500 Hz, 10 min, three axes
Shock
NonĆoperating
294 m/s2 (30 G), halfĆsine, 11 ms duration.
Installation requirements
Power consumption
200 W maximum. Maximum line current is 2 Arms at 50 Hz.
Dissipation (fully loaded)
90 V line, with 5% clipping
Surge current
30 A peak for less than 5 line cycles at 25_C after product has been off for at least 30 s.
Cooling clearance
1Ć10
Top clearance
5.0 cm
Side clearance
15 cm
Rear clearance
7.5 cm
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Certifications and Compliances
This subsection lists the national and international standards to which the MPEG
generator complies.
Table 1Ć6: Certifications and compliances
Category
Standards or description
EC Declaration of Conformity EMC
Meets the intent of Directive 89/336/EEC for Electromagnetic Compatibility. Compliance was
demonstrated to the following specifications as listed in the Official Journal of the European
Communities:
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC:
EN 61000Ć3Ć2
AC Power Line Harmonic Emissions
EN 61000Ć3Ć3
Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker Emissions
EN 61326Ć1
EMC requirement for Class A electrical equipment for
measurement, control and laboratory use.
IEC 61000Ć4Ć2
Electrostatic Discharge Immunity (Performance Criterion B)
IEC 61000Ć4Ć3
RF Electromagnetic Field Immunity (Performance Criterion A)
IEC 61000Ć4Ć4
Electrical Fast Transient / Burst Immunity (Performance Criterion B)
IEC 61000Ć4Ć5
Power Line Surge Immunity (Performance Criterion B)
IEC 61000Ć4Ć6
Conducted RF Immunity (Performance Criterion A)
IEC 61000Ć4Ć8
Power Frequency Electromagnetic Field Immunity
(Performance Criterion A)
IEC 61000Ć4Ć11
Voltage Dips and Interruptions Immunity (Performance Criterion B)
Australia/New Zealand Declaration
of Conformity - EMC
Complies with EMC provision of Radio Communications Act per the following standard(s):
FCC Compliance
Emissions comply with FCC Code of Federal Regulations 47, Part 15, Subpart B, Class A Limits.
Safety
Complies with the following safety standards/regulations:
AS/NZS 2064.1/2
Industrial, Scientific, and Medical Equipment: 1992
UL 3111Ć1, First Edition1
Standard for electrical measuring and test equipment.
CAN/CSA C22.2 No.1010.1Ć921
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for
measurement, control, and laboratory use.
IEC 61010Ć1/A2:19951
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for
measurement, control,and laboratory use.
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC: Amended by 93/68/EEC:
EN 61010Ć1/A2
1
Safety requirements for electrical equipment for
measurement, control,and laboratory use.
UL3111Ć1 First Edition, CSA C22.2 No.1010.1Ć92, and IEC61010Ć1/A2:1995 Safety Certification Compliance Altitude
(maximum operating): 2000 meters
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Table 1Ć6: Certifications and compliances (Cont.)
Category
Standards or description
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Supplying Operating Power
. Read all information and heed all warnings in this subsection before
connecting the MPEG generator to a power source.
AC POWER SOURCE AND CONNECTION. The MPEG generator
operates from a single-phase power source. It has a three-wire power cord and
two-pole, three-terminal grounding type plug. The voltage to ground (earth) from
either pole of the power source must not exceed the maximum rated operating
voltage, 250 volts.
Before making connection to the power source, be sure the MPEG generator has
a suitable two-pole, three-terminal grounding-type plug.
GROUNDING. This instrument is safety Class 1 equipment (IEC designation).
All accessible conductive parts are directly connected through the grounding
conductor of the power cord to the grounded (earthing) contact of the power
plug.
The power input plug must be inserted only in a mating receptacle
with a grounding contact where earth ground has been verified by a qualified
service person. Do not defeat the grounding connection. Any interruption of the
grounding connection can create an electric shock hazard.
For electric shock protection, the grounding connection must be made before
making connection to the instrument’s input or output terminals.
Power Cord Information
A power cord with the appropriate plug configuration is supplied with each
MPEG generator. Table 2-1 gives the color-coding of the conductors in the
power cord. If you require a power cord other than the one supplied, refer to
Table 2-2, Power cord identification.
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Table 2Ć1: PowerĆcord conductor identification
Conductor
Color
Alternate color
Ungrounded (Line)
Brown
Black
Grounded (Neutral)
Light Blue
White
Grounded (Earthing)
Green/Yellow
Green
Table 2Ć2: Power cord identification
Plug configuration
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Normal usage
Option number
North America
125 V
Standard
Europe
230 V
A1
United Kingdom
230 V
A2
Australia
230 V
A3
North America
230 V
A4
Switzerland
230 V
A5
China
230 V
AC
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Operating Voltage
This MPEG generator operates with any line voltage from 100–240 VACRMS
with any line frequency from 48–63 Hz. Before plugging the cord in the outlet,
be sure that the power supply voltage is proper.
Operating Environment
The following environmental requirements are provided to ensure proper
operation and long instrument life.
Operating Temperature
Operate the MPEG generator where the ambient air temperature is from +5_ C to
+40_ C with no diskette in the floppy drive. Store the MPEG generator in
ambient temperatures from –20_ C to +60_ C with no diskette in the floppy
drive. After storage at temperatures outside the operating limits, allow the
chassis to stabilize at a safe operating temperature before applying power.
Ventilation Requirements
Verify that there is at least 5.0 cm (2 inch) of clearance on top and bottom,
15.0 cm (6 inches) on the left and right sides, and 7.5 cm (3 inches) at the rear of
the instrument to allow for heat dissipation. Verify that the air intake holes on the
sides and bottom of the cabinet are not obstructed.
. If you are installing the instrument in a dedicated rack, refer to the
instruction sheet that comes with the rackmounting kit for proper installation
procedures.
When the generator is mounted in a 19-inch rack, verify that there is at least one
unit of clearance above the MPEG generator.
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Applying and Interrupting Power
Consider the following information when you power on or power off the MPEG
generator, or when external power loss occurs.
Connect Power Cable
Standby Power
Connect the proper power cord from the rear panel power connector to the power
system. Refer to Table 2-2 for power cord identification.
Apply power to the standby circuit of the instrument by pushing the
PRINCIPAL POWER SWITCH on the rear panel of the instrument. Refer to
Figure 2-1.
. After the instrument is installed, leave the PRINCIPAL POWER
SWITCH on and use the ON/STBY switch as the power switch.
Figure 2Ć1: Rear panel power connector and power switch
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Power On
Press the ON/STBY switch on the lower left side of the front panel to power on
the instrument. Refer to Figure 2-2.
Figure 2Ć2: Front panel power switch
StartĆUp Diagnostics
The MPEG generator automatically runs diagnostics when the instrument is
powered on from the ON/STBY switch. These diagnostics check whether the
instrument is performing within its defined operating characteristics. If all the
diagnostic items have been completed without error, the instrument displays the
menu bar and status bar.
If the diagnostics detect an error, the MPEG generator displays the error code. To
exit the diagnostics menu, press any key; then the system displays the menu bar
and status bar. See the Maintenance:Troubleshooting section, beginning on page
6-49 for information on diagnostics and fault isolation.
Power Off
To power off the MPEG generator, press the ON/STBY switch.
. The ON/STBY switch disables the outputs of the power supply. The
PRINCIPAL POWER SWITCH on the rear panel disconnects the instrument
from the primary voltage source.
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Repackaging Instructions
If you ship the MPEG generator, pack it in the original shipping carton and
packing material. If the original packing material is not available, package the
instrument as follows:
1. Obtain a corrugated cardboard shipping carton with inside dimensions at
least 15 cm (6 inches) taller, wider, and deeper than the instrument. The
shipping carton must be constructed of cardboard with 170 kg (375 pound)
test strength.
2. If you are shipping the instrument to a Tektronix field office for repair, attach
a tag to the instrument showing the instrument owner and address, the name
of the person to contact about the instrument, the instrument type, and the
serial number.
3. Wrap the instrument with polyethylene sheeting or equivalent material to
protect the finish.
4. Cushion the instrument in the shipping carton by tightly packing dunnage or
urethane foam on all sides between the carton and the MPEG generator.
Allow 7.5 cm (3 in) on all sides, top, and bottom.
5. Seal the shipping carton with shipping tape or an industrial stapler.
. Do not ship the instrument with a diskette inside the floppy disk drive.
When the diskette is inside the drive, the disk release button sticks out. This
makes the button more prone to damage than otherwise.
Installed Options
Your instrument may be equipped with one or more instrument options. Except
for the line-cord options described by Table 2-2 on page 2-2, all options and
optional accessories are listed and described in Section 7, Options. For further
information and prices of instrument options, see your Tektronix Products
catalog or contact your Tektronix Field Office.
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Operating Instructions
Before servicing the MPEG generator, read the following operating instructions.
These instructions are at the level appropriate for servicing the MPEG generator.
The user manual contains complete operator instructions.
Using the Menu System
This section describes the basics of using the MPEG generator’s menu system
and the methods for entering numeric and text input in the various dialog boxes.
The menu system on the MPEG generator provides access to instrument settings
and to operational functions such as the selection of transport stream output
parameters. The menu system is comprised of two types of menus: the four
pull-down menus displayed in the Menu bar and the Bezel menu which is
displayed at the right side of the screen. See Figure 2-3.
! Figure 2Ć3: Elements of the menu system
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PullĆdown Menus
The pull-down menus are displayed in the Menu bar at the top of the screen. You
can operate these menus using the front panel MENU button, the right and left
control buttons, the arrow buttons, and the rotary knob (see Figure 2-4).
Accessing PullĆdown Menu Commands. The MENU button toggles display
control between the Icon cursor (used to select icons in the hierarchy display)
and the pull-down menus. When the Icon cursor is enabled (displayed), press the
MENU button to enable the pull-down menus. When the pull-down menus are
enabled or displayed, press the MENU button to close any open pull-down menu
and to enable (display) the Icon cursor.
When the pull-down menus are enabled, the Icon cursor is not displayed and the
currently selected pull-down menu name is highlighted in the Menu bar. Use the
arrow buttons to select (highlight) the desired pull-down menu name. Press the
left or right control buttons to open the selected menu (see Figure 2-5).
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Figure 2Ć4: Front panel showing the pullĆdown menu controls
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Figure 2Ć5: Example of a displayed pullĆdown menu
When a pull-down menu is displayed, the knob icon is displayed at the upperright side of the command list. The knob icon represents the capability of the
rotary knob to move the highlighting (selecting) bar through the command list.
You can also move through the command list using the arrow buttons. Press the
left control button or the OK bezel button to execute the highlighted command.
Display States of the PullĆdown Menu Commands. The pull-down menu commands
can have the following two display states as shown in Figure 2-6:
H
A command followed by “...” indicates that a dialog box will open after you
execute the command.
H
A command preceded by a check mark (n) represents the selected command
in a command list subsection. You can select only one command at a time in
a subsection, which is represented by a separation line in the command list.
Figure 2Ć6: Display states of the pullĆdown menu commands
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Bezel Menu
The Bezel menu displays a variety of commands. The commands change to
correspond to the transport stream item selected by the Icon cursor in the
hierarchy display, or to correspond to functions in a displayed dialog box.
Accessing Bezel Menu Commands. The Bezel menu appears at the right side of
the screen. When you move the Icon cursor through the hierarchy items in the
display, the Bezel menu commands change to correspond with the selected
transport stream item. Select the desired Bezel menu command by pressing the
associated bezel button (see Figure 2-7).
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Figure 2Ć7: Front panel showing the Bezel menu controls
Display States of the Bezel Menu Commands. The Bezel menu commands can
have the three display states shown in Table 2-3.
Table 2Ć3: Display states of the Bezel menu commands
Menu command
Description
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Numeric Input
You can enter numeric values in displayed dialog boxes by using the hexadecimal keypad or by using the rotary knob.
Numeric Input Using the Hexadecimal Keypad. Perform the following procedure to
input numeric values. Figure 2-8 shows the hexadecimal keypad.
1. Select the numeric parameter you want to change in an open dialog box.
2. Input the desired parameter value using the numeric keys on the keypad, and
then press the keypad ENTER key.
3. Press the Apply or OK bezel button associated with the dialog box for your
value changes to take effect.
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Figure 2Ć8: Hexadecimal keypad
Numeric Input Using the Rotary Knob. The knob icon is displayed next to a
selected dialog box parameter when you can use the rotary knob to change the
parameter value. Figure 2-9 shows a dialog box that can use the rotary knob to
enter numeric values.
You can use the rotary knob to change the value of the numeric digit indicated by
the underscore character. Use the arrow buttons to select any digit value to
change with the knob. Rotating the knob to the left decreases the value and
rotating it to the right increases the value.
You do not need to use the front panel ENTER key to confirm a value when
using the rotary knob to change a value. The input value is confirmed automatically without pressing the ENTER key.
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Figure 2Ć9: Dialog box showing knob icon and underscore character
Perform the following procedure to change a value using the rotary knob:
1. Select the numeric parameter you want to change in an open dialog box.
2. Use the left and right arrow buttons to move the underscore character to the
digit value you want to modify.
3. Change the value by turning the rotary knob.
Text Input
Text input is required to enter the names for new folders and for entering text for
other dialog box parameters. When text input is required, the MPEG generator
automatically brings up a dialog box such as the one shown in Figure 2-10.
Perform the following procedure to enter text input:
1. Use the rotary knob to highlight the desired character in the letter/digit
matrix, and then press the front-panel ENTER button enter the character in
the text box.
2. Continue as in step 1 until the name is entered in the text box. Use the
front-panel BS (back space) key to erase incorrect input. The position where
the character will be inserted is indicated with an input cursor ( | ). Use the
left and right arrow buttons to change the position of the input cursor.
3. After you enter all of the desired characters, press the OK bezel button to
complete the text entering process. Press the Cancel bezel button to cancel
text input and return to the previous display.
Figure 2Ć10: Dialog box for text input
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PopĆup Message Box
The MPEG generator displays a pop-up message box that prompts you to
confirm operations that will be difficult to recover from. An example of a pop-up
message box is shown in Figure 2-11, which shows the message box for
confirming that you want to defragment the TS drive. Press the OK bezel button
to execute the operation displayed in the box. Press the Cancel bezel button to
cancel the operation and return to the state prior to selecting the menu command
that displayed the message box.
Figure 2Ć11: PopĆup message box
Output Loop Modes
The MPEG generator continuously outputs a transport stream using one of three
user-selected looping methods: No Update, Auto Update, or Stress (MTG300
only). You can set the output loop mode using the Output pull-down menu.
. If any consistency error is included in the output transport stream, only
the Auto Update and Stress (MTG300 only) loop modes can be selected.
No Update Mode
In the No Update loop mode, the MPEG generator outputs the transport stream
with no changes allowed except setting the start packet and stop packet of the
transport stream. Time information values are not updated. You cannot make any
changes to the transport stream items and the Bezel menu functions are disabled
except for the TS Item menu where you set the start and stop packets for the
transport stream.
Auto Update Mode
In the Auto Update loop mode, you can change the following timing values:
PCR (Program Clock Reference), continuity_counter, PTS (Presentation Time
Stamp) / DTS (Decoding Time Stamp), and TDT (Time and Data Table) / STT
(System Time Table).
Stress Mode
(MTG300 Only)
The Stress loop mode is only available with the MTG300 MPEG Generator. In
the Stress loop mode, all of the real-time transport stream stress functions are
available.
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Theory of Operation
This section describes the basic operation of the major circuit blocks or modules
in the MPEG generator. The Diagrams section, beginning on page 9-1, includes
a block diagram and an interconnect diagram. Figure 9-1 shows the modules and
functional blocks of the MPEG generator. Figure 9-2 shows how the modules
interconnect.
A10 Main Board
The A10 Main board consists of the following seven blocks.
Hard Disk Controller (SCSI
HDD X 2)
Change Packet
This block consists of two SCSI controllers, two 1 MB SRAMs, HDC_CPU
(SH-3) and the peripheral circuit, and a FIFO buffer to transfer data. Since the
SCSI controllers are connected to the Ultra Wide SCSI disks in single end, this
provides a maximum data transfer rate of 20 MW/s (40 MB/s) X 2. The data read
from the SCSI disks is transferred to the SRAM and then transferred to the
Change Packet block through the FIFO buffer. The SRAM can be accessed from
the PCI or HDC_CPU. When these disks are accessed, the HDD LED on the
front panel lights.
This block consists of the CP_CPU (SH-3) and peripheral circuit, FPGA, and
4 MB SRAM for data insertion. It executes packet operation. There are two
64X32-bit buffers in the FPGA and they can receive packets from the hard disk
controllers alternately. The content of the packets is examined by the CP_CPU,
and then the contents are changed. In addition, the 10 Hz pulse produced by the
27 MHz clock is input into the CP_CPU, it is used to insert the TDT or STT
packets.
Change Word
This block consists of the CW_CPU (SH-3) and peripheral circuit, and FPGA. It
executes operation for the internal value of transport stream packets. There are
two 64X32-bit buffers in the FPGA, and they can receive packets from the hard
disk controllers alternately. The content of the packets is examined by the
CW_CPU, and then the contents are changed. In addition, the 10 Hz pulse
produced by the 27 MHz clock is input into the CW_CPU, which is used to
renew the time information of the TDT or STT.
Output Buffer
This block forms a large FIFO buffer with the 1 MB SRAM and FPGA. It
converts the burst data to constant data and transfers it to the next circuit block.
It also multiplexes 32-bit/word data to 8-bit/word data. After data output is
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started, the BUFFER LED on the front panel lights, unless the output buffer
empty.
Inserter
This block updates the PCR and PTS/DTS values, interfaces the peripheral
circuit of the output buffer/clock and the CPU module, and converts parallel
format data to SSI format data. For updating the PCR value, when the PCR
packet is detected, the value of the packet is added to the value of the 27 MHz
counter in the FPGA.
Output
This block outputs the control signals produced by the PLL section, such as
clock, the data signal from the inserter, PSYNC, and DVALID in single-end or
differential 50 W. These signals are converted to TTL, ECL, or LVDS levels.
This block also produces SSI and ASI signals based on DATA signals from
inserter, control signals, and the 27 MHz system reference signal, and outputs
them at 75 W. These output signals can be High Z under control of the CPU.
Clock
This block generates four types of clock signals and supplies them to the A10
Main board: 27 MHz clock signal as a system reference, 1–64 MHz clock
signal, [(1–64) * 2] MHz clock signal, and [(1–64) / 8] MHz clock signal. To
generate these four types of clock signals, this block has three operation modes:
Internal Reference mode, External Reference mode and External Clock mode.
When the External Reference or External Clock mode is selected from the menu,
the EXT LED on the front panel lights. The PLL LED also lights when the PLL
is locked.
CPU Unit
The CPU Unit consists of the CPU board, A20 Interface board, LAN board, and
backplane.
Backplane
The backplane has five PCI bus slots. This board receives power from the A40
MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) board and routes it to each board.
CPU Board
The first and second slots of the Backplane contain the CPU board, which is
based on an Intel Pentium processor and runs Vx Works. The CPU board
controls the user interface, display, each hardware block, and the downloading
and uploading of data through the Ethernet interface. This board also has a flash
disk, a 3.5 inch floppy disk drive, and a IDE hard disk drive as peripheral
devices.
A20 PCI Interface Board
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The third slot of the Backplane has the PCI Interface board that consists of the
PCI interface chip and its peripheral circuit, and an FPGA that works as an
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address decoder. The PCI Interface board provides the communication between
the CPU module and A10 board and A40 board.
LAN Board
The fourth slot of the Backplane contains the Ethernet LAN interface board. The
MPEG generator has a 100 BASE-T/10 BASE-T connector on the rear panel.
A30 Front Panel Board
The A30 Front Panel board consists of the CPU to create key codes, rubber
contact switches, rotary encoder, and four LEDs. The key codes are transferred to
the CPU unit with the keyboard control CPU through the RS-232C interface.
A35 Power Switch
The power switch is a push-type switch with ground closure. It is connected to
the A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) board through the A30 Front
Panel board.
A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) Board
The A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) board distributes the +3.3 V
and –5 V power supply voltage derived from the +5 V and + 12V power
supplied from the Power Supply. It supplies them to the each board and module,
fans, and hard disk drives. It also provides interface between the LCD module,
floppy disk drive, A30 Front Panel board and the CPU unit.
A50 SCSI Termination Boards
The SCSI bus termination for the Data HDDs consists of the two termination
regulators and termination resistors.
Power Supply
The Power Supply derives the +5V and +12 V power supply voltages from the
AC line and supplies them to the A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface)
board.
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Performance Verification
This section provides procedures that verify the performance of the MPEG
generator. These tests confirm performance and functionality when the following
conditions are met:
The MPEG generator must be operating in an environment that is within the
operating limits described in Table 1-5 on page 1-10.
The MPEG generator and test equipment must have had a warm-up period of
at least 20 minutes.
Equipment and Test Signals Required
Table 4-1 lists the test equipment required to perform all of the performance
verification procedures. The table identifies examples of recommended
equipment and lists the required precision where applicable. If you substitute
other test equipment for the examples listed, the equipment must meet or exceed
the listed tolerances.
Table 4Ć1: Equipment required for performance verification
Item
No.
Minimum requirements
Recommended equipment
Frequency counter
1
Frequency range: 0.1 Hz to 1250 MHz
Precision: 7 digits or higher
ANRITSU MF 1603A
Signal generator
1
Frequency: 27 MHz ±1 ppm
Amplitude: 0.0 dBm
HP 8648
Oscilloscope
1
Bandwidth: 1 GHz or higher
Tektronix TDS784D
MPEG analyzer
1
Real Time Analyzer, Deferred Time Analyzer, Tektronix MTS205 or MTS215 option SS
and Data Store Administrator applications
75 to 50 minimum loss
attenuator
1
Bandwidth: 1 GHz
Amplitude precision: -3 dB
Tektronix AMT75
Probe
1
X1
Tektronix P6101B
BNC cable
1
Impedance: 50 Length: 42 inches
Tektronix part no. 012Ć0057Ć01
BNC cable
1
Impedance: 75 Length: 42 inches
Tektronix part no. 012Ć0074Ć00
NĆtoĆBNC adapter
1
Custom interface cable
1
Type: 9Ćpin, DĆtype (male) - to - 25Ćpin,
DĆtype (male), see Figure 4Ć1
Length: 1 m to 2 m (as needed)
Custom interface cable, see Figure 4Ć1.
Parallel interface cable
1
25Ćpin, DĆtype, twisted pair
Tektronix part no. 174Ć3882Ć01,
(supplied with the MPEG generator)
Tektronix part no. 103Ć0045Ć00
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Figure 4Ć1: Custom cable with 9Ćpin and 25Ćpin, DĆtype connectors
The MPEG generator is shipped from the factory with sample MPEG test files
loaded on the hard disk. Two of these files are required to perform the performance verification procedures. Table 4-2 lists the required test files and the
performance verification tests that require these files.
Table 4Ć2: MPEG test files required for performance verification
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File name
Performance verification tests
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Procedures
The following conventions are used in the performance verification procedures:
Each test lists the characteristic that is being tested and the equipment
required to perform the test.
Each test contains complete setup instructions, which allows you to perform
each test individually or in order.
The equipment connection illustrations are specific to the recommended
equipment (equipment nomenclature is labeled). If you are using substitute
equipment, the location of your signal connections may vary from those in
the illustrations.
. Before you perform the performance verification procedures, be sure that
the MPEG generator is operating in an environment that is within the operating
limits described in Table 1-5 on page 1-10.
In addition, the MPEG generator and the test equipment must be warmed up for
at least 20 minutes to ensure accurate test results.
The performance verification procedures appear in the following order:
1. Internal clock frequency
2. ASI output
3. SSI output
4. Parallel output
5. Serial output
6. External clock input
7. External reference input
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Internal Clock Frequency
This test verifies the frequency of the MPEG generator’s internal clock. The
following equipment and MPEG test signal is required for this test:
Frequency counter
Probe
test64.trp MPEG test signal
Perform the following procedure to verify the internal clock frequency of the
MPEG generator:
1. Connect the probe to the input of the frequency counter, and then attach the
probe tip to pin 1 of the ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT connector on the MPEG
generator as shown in Figure 4-2.
2. Set the frequency counter to the frequency measurement mode (if necessary).
and then set the Gate Time to > 0.2 s.
Figure 4Ć2: Equipment connection for verifying the internal clock frequency
3. Open the test64.trp file on the MPEG generator.
a. Select Open TS File... from the FILE pull-down menu.
b. In the resulting Select TS File dialog box, select the test64.trp file, and
then press the OK bezel button.
4. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to start the signal
output of the test64.trp file.
5. Verify that the following LEDs on the MPEG generator’s front panel are
illuminated: PLL, BUFFER, and HDD.
6. Set the frequency counter to trigger on the input, and then confirm that the
displayed frequency is within the range of 7.999992 MHz to 8.000008 MHz.
7. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to stop the signal
output, and then remove the probe tip from the ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT
connector.
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ASI Output
This test verifies that transport stream data is output correctly from the ASI OUT
connector on the MPEG generator. The following equipment and MPEG test
signal is required for this test:
Oscilloscope
MPEG test system
75 W BNC cable
75 W to 50 W minimum loss attenuator
test64.trp MPEG test signal
Perform the following procedure to verify that transport stream data is output
correctly from the ASI OUT connector on the MPEG generator:
1. Connect the ASI OUT connector on the MPEG generator to the oscilloscope
CH1 input using a 75 W BNC cable and the 75 W to 50 W minimum loss
attenuator as shown in Figure 4-3.
2. Set the oscilloscope controls as indicated below:
Displayed channel . . . . .
Vertical axis . . . . . . . . . .
Horizontal axis . . . . . . .
Horizontal position . . . .
Record length . . . . . . . .
Acquire mode . . . . . . . .
Acquire sequence . . . . .
Trigger mode . . . . . . . . .
Trigger level . . . . . . . . .
Trigger source . . . . . . . .
Trigger position . . . . . . .
Trigger slope . . . . . . . . .
Trigger coupling . . . . . .
Display style . . . . . . . . .
Input coupling . . . . . . . .
Input impedance . . . . . .
Measure . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CH1
200 mV/div
5 ns/div
Center
500
Sample
RUN/STOP button only
Auto
0V
CH1
50 %
Rising Edge
DC
Dots
DC
50 W
Amplitude
3. Open the test64.trp file on the MPEG generator.
a. Select Open TS File... from the FILE pull-down menu.
b. In the resulting Select TS File dialog box, select the test64.trp file, and
then press the OK bezel button.
4. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to start the signal
output of the test64.trp file.
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Figure 4Ć3: Initial equipment connection for verifying the ASI output
5. Verify that the following LEDs on the MPEG generator’s front panel are
illuminated: PLL, BUFFER, and HDD.
6. Use the oscilloscope to measure that the signal amplitude is within the range
of 720 mV to 880 mV.
7. Disconnect the BNC cable from the 75 W to 50 W minimum loss attenuator
on the oscilloscope’s input, and then connect the BNC cable to the ASI IN
connector on the MPEG test system’s Real Time Analyzer as shown in
Figure 4-4.
8. Double-click the Real Time Analyzer icon in the MPEG test system’s
Program Group window to start the application.
9. In the Real Time Analyzer window on the MPEG test system, select
Settings... from the Configuration menu to open the Settings window.
10. In the Settings window, select Hardware Configuration to open the
Hardware Configuration window.
11. In the Hardware Configuration window, click the Restore Defaults button,
click the Apply button, and then select DVB-PI ASI as the Input Type.
12. In the Settings window, select ETR290 to open the ETR290 configuration
window.
13. In the ETR290 window, click the Restore Defaults button, click the Apply
button, and then click OK to close the Settings window.
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! Figure 4Ć4: Second equipment connection for verifying the ASI output
14. In the Real Time Analyzer window, click the Start Analysis toolbar button.
15. Verify that the Hierarchic view is displayed on the screen and that no error
messages appear. In addition, verify that the transmission rate is 64 Mbps
and that the transport stream packet size is 188 bytes.
16. In the Real Time Analyzer window, click the Stop Analysis toolbar button
to stop analysis.
17. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to stop the signal
output, and then remove the BNC cable from the ASI OUT connector.
SSI Output
This test verifies that transport stream data is output correctly from the SSI OUT
connector on the MPEG generator. The following equipment and MPEG test
signal is required for this test:
Oscilloscope
MPEG test system
75 W BNC cable
Parallel interface cable
75 W to 50 W minimum loss attenuator
test40.trp MPEG test signal
Perform the following procedure to verify that transport stream data is output
correctly from the SSI OUT connector on the MPEG generator:
1. Connect the SSI OUT connector on the MPEG generator to the oscilloscope
CH1 input using a 75 W BNC cable and the 75 W to 50 W minimum loss
attenuator as shown in Figure 4-5.
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Figure 4Ć5: Initial equipment connection for verifying the SSI output
2. Set the oscilloscope controls as indicated below (only the horizontal axis
setting is different from the setup in the ASI Output test):
Displayed channel . . . . .
Vertical axis . . . . . . . . . .
Horizontal axis . . . . . . .
Horizontal position . . . .
Record length . . . . . . . .
Acquire mode . . . . . . . .
Acquire sequence . . . . .
Trigger mode . . . . . . . . .
Trigger level . . . . . . . . .
Trigger source . . . . . . . .
Trigger position . . . . . . .
Trigger slope . . . . . . . . .
Trigger coupling . . . . . .
Display style . . . . . . . . .
Input coupling . . . . . . . .
Input impedance . . . . . .
Measure . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CH1
200 mV/div
10 ns/div
Center
500
Sample
RUN/STOP button only
Auto
0V
CH1
50 %
Rising Edge
DC
Dots
DC
50 W
Amplitude
3. Open the test40.trp file on the MPEG generator.
a. Select Open TS File... from the FILE pull-down menu.
b. In the resulting Select TS File dialog box, select the test40.trp file, and
then press the OK bezel button.
4. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to start the signal
output of the test40.trp file.
5. Verify that the following LEDs on the MPEG generator’s front panel are
illuminated: PLL, BUFFER, and HDD.
6. Use the oscilloscope to measure that the signal amplitude is within the range
of 720 mV to 880 mV.
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7. Disconnect the BNC cable from the 75 W to 50 W minimum loss attenuator
on the oscilloscope’s input, and then connect the BNC cable to the SSI IN
connector on the MPEG test system’s Real Time Analyzer as shown in
Figure 4-6.
8. Use the parallel interface cable to connect the SSI parallel output to the
Real Time Analyzer parallel input on the MPEG test system rear panel as
shown in Figure 4-6.
9. Double-click the Real Time Analyzer icon in the MPEG test system’s
Program Group window to start the application.
10. In the Real Time Analyzer window on the MPEG test system, select
Settings... from the Configuration menu to open the Settings window.
11. In the Settings window, select Hardware Configuration to open the
Hardware Configuration window.
12. In the Hardware Configuration window, click the Restore Defaults button,
click the Apply button, and then select DVB-PI SPI (LVDS//) or ECL/ as
the Input Type.
13. In the Settings window, select ETR290 to open the ETR290 configuration
window.
14. In the ETR290 window, click the Restore Defaults button, click the Apply
button, and then click OK to close the Settings window.
15. In the Real Time Analyzer window, click the Start Analysis toolbar button.
16. Verify that the Hierarchic view is displayed on the screen and that no error
messages appear. In addition, verify that the transmission rate is 40 Mbps
and that the transport stream packet size is 188 bytes.
"!" !#!" " " " Figure 4Ć6: Second equipment connections for verifying the SSI output
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17. In the Real Time Analyzer window, click the Stop Analysis toolbar button
to stop analysis.
18. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to stop the signal
output, and then remove the BNC cable from the SSI OUT connector.
Parallel Output
This test confirms that transport stream data is output correctly in parallel format
from the ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT connector on the MPEG generator. The
following equipment and MPEG test signal is required for this test:
MPEG test system
Parallel interface cable
test64.trp MPEG test signal
Perform the following procedure to verify that transport stream data in parallel
format is output correctly from the ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT connector on the
MPEG generator:
1. Use the parallel interface cable to connect the ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT
connector on the MPEG generator to the LVDS/ECL/RS422 Level In
connector on the MPEG test system rear panel as shown in Figure 4-7.
2. Open the test64.trp file on the MPEG generator.
a. Select Open TS File... from the FILE pull-down menu.
b. In the resulting Select TS File dialog box, select the test64.trp file, and
then press the OK bezel button.
3. Select Level : ECL from the OUTPUT menu on the MPEG generator, and
then press the OK bezel button.
4. Select Interface : Parallel from the OUTPUT menu on the MPEG
generator, and then press the OK bezel button.
5. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to start the signal
output of the test64.trp file.
6. Verify that the following LEDs on the MPEG generator’s front panel are
illuminated: PLL, BUFFER, and HDD.
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Figure 4Ć7: Equipment connection for verifying the parallel output
7. Double-click the Real Time Analyzer icon in the MPEG test system’s
Program Group window to start the application.
8. In the Real Time Analyzer window on the MPEG test system, select
Settings... from the Configuration menu to open the Settings window.
9. In the Settings window, select Hardware Configuration to open the
Hardware Configuration window.
10. In the Hardware Configuration window, click the Restore Defaults button,
click the Apply button, and then select DVB-PI SPI (LVDS//) or ECL// as
the Input Type.
11. In the Settings window, select ETR290 to open the ETR290 configuration
window.
12. In the ETR290 window, click the Restore Defaults button, click the Apply
button, and then click OK to close the Settings window.
13. In the Real Time Analyzer window, click the Start Analysis toolbar button.
14. Verify that the Hierarchic view is displayed on the screen and that no error
messages appear. In addition, verify that the transmission rate is 64 Mbps
and that the transport stream packet size is 188 bytes.
15. In the Real Time Analyzer window, click the Stop Analysis toolbar button
to stop analysis.
16. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to stop the
signal output.
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Serial Output
This test confirms that transport stream data is output correctly in serial format
from the ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT connector on the MPEG generator. The
following equipment and MPEG test signal is required for this test:
MPEG test system
Parallel interface cable
test64.trp MPEG test signal
Perform the following procedure to verify that transport stream data in parallel
format is output correctly from the ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT connector on the
MPEG generator:
1. Use the parallel interface cable to connect the ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT
connector on the MPEG generator to the ECL PARALLEL/SERIAL I/O
connector on the MPEG test system rear panel as shown in Figure 4-8.
2. Open the test64.trp file on the MPEG generator.
a. Select Open TS File... from the FILE pull-down menu.
b. In the resulting Select TS File dialog box, select the test64.trp file, and
then press the OK bezel button.
3. Select Level : ECL from the OUTPUT menu on the MPEG generator, and
then press the OK bezel button.
4. Select Interface : Serial from the OUTPUT menu on the MPEG generator,
and then press the OK bezel button.
5. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to start the signal
output of the test64.trp file.
6. Verify that the following LEDs on the MPEG generator’s front panel are
illuminated: PLL, BUFFER, and HDD.
Figure 4Ć8: Equipment connection for verifying the serial output
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7. Double-click the Data Store Administrator icon in the MPEG test system’s
Program Group window to start the application.
8. In the Data Store Administrator window, click the A (acquisition) command
button to open the Acquisition settings window.
9. In the Acquisition settings window, enter the following selections:
Board File . . . test.trp (or unique file name)
Partition . . . . Single shot (this selection appears if the hard
drive of the MPEG test system is partitioned)
Size . . . . . . . . 10,000,000 (bytes)
Synchronization Lock . . . . . . . Psync
Port . . . . . . . . Serial ECL
MSB First box Check (this selection appears after the port is
set to Serial ECL)
10. In the Acquisition settings window, click Start to start the acquisition.
11. Click OK after the “Transfer is finished” message appears.
12. Select Exit/Quit from File menu or click the close box in the upper-right
corner of the application window to exit the Data Store Administrator
application.
13. Double-click the Deferred Time Analyzer icon in the MPEG test system’s
Program Group window to start the application.
14. In the Deferred Time Analyzer window, select Open from the File menu or
click the Open command button in the upper toolbar to open the Open
dialog box.
15. Select the C:\Carb0\mono\test.trp (or your unique file name) file in the
Open dialog box, and then click Open to open the test.trp file.
16. In the Deferred Time Analyzer window, select Consistency Check from the
Analysis menu to check for consistency within the stream file.
17. Verify that the No Error Found dialog box appears after the stream file is
checked by the Deferred Time Analyzer application.
18. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to stop the signal
output, and then remove the parallel interface cable from the rear panel.
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External Clock Input
This test confirms that the external clock input (ECL CONTROL input) on the
MPEG generator is functioning correctly. The following equipment and MPEG
test signal is required for this test:
MPEG test system
75 W BNC cable
Custom 9-pin to 25-pin, D-type interface cable
test40.trp MPEG test signal
Perform the following procedure to verify that the external clock input
(ECL CONTROL input) on the MPEG generator is functioning correctly:
1. Use the 75 W BNC cable to connect the ASI OUT connector on the MPEG
generator to the ASI IN connector on the rear panel of the MPEG test system
as shown in Figure 4-9.
2. Use the custom interface cable (see Figure 4-1 on page 4-2) to connect
the ECL CONTROL connector on the MPEG generator to the ECL
PARALLEL/SERIAL I/O connector on the MPEG test system rear panel as
shown in Figure 4-9.
3. Open the test40.trp file on the MPEG generator.
a. Select Open TS File... from the FILE pull-down menu.
b. In the resulting Select TS File dialog box, select the test40.trp file, and
then press the OK bezel button.
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Figure 4Ć9: Equipment connections for verifying the external clock input
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4. Select Clock... from the OUTPUT menu on the MPEG generator to open
the Clock dialog box.
5. Select EXT CLOCK in the Clock dialog box, and then press the OK bezel
button.
6. Select Interface : Serial from the OUTPUT menu on the MPEG generator,
and then press the OK bezel button.
7. Double-click the Data Store Administrator icon in the MPEG test system’s
Program Group window to start the application.
8. In the Data Store Administrator window, select any file from the File
information list, and then right-click to open the shortcut menu.
9. Click Generation to open the Generation settings window.
10. In the Generation settings window, make the following selections:
Port . . . . . . . . Serial ECL
Frequency . . . 40,000,000
Loop . . . . . . . Check (select)
11. In the Generation settings window, click Start to begin signal generation.
12. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to start the signal
output of the test40.trp file.
13. Verify that the following LEDs on the MPEG generator’s front panel are
illuminated: PLL, BUFFER, EXT, and HDD.
14. Double-click the Real Time Analyzer icon in the MPEG test system’s
Program Group window to start the application.
15. In the Real Time Analyzer window on the MPEG test system, select
Settings... from the Configuration menu to open the Settings window.
16. In the Settings window, select Hardware Configuration to open the
Hardware Configuration window.
17. In the Hardware Configuration window, click the Restore Defaults button,
click the Apply button, and then select DVB-PI ASI as the Input Type.
18. In the Settings window, select ETR290 to open the ETR290 configuration
window.
19. In the ETR290 window, click the Restore Defaults button, click the Apply
button, and then click OK to close the Settings window.
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20. In the Real Time Analyzer window, click the Start Analysis toolbar button.
21. Verify that the Hierarchic view is displayed on the screen and that no error
messages appear. In addition, verify that the transmission rate is 40 Mbps
and that the transport stream packet size is 188 bytes.
22. Select Interrupt transfer from the Acq/Gen menu in the Data Store
Administrator window stop the signal generation.
23. In the Real Time Analyzer window, click the Stop Analysis toolbar button
to stop analysis.
24. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to stop the
signal output.
External Reference Input
This test confirms that the EXT 27 MHz REFERENCE IN input on the MPEG
generator is functioning correctly. The following equipment and MPEG test
signal is required for this test:
MPEG test system
Signal generator
75 W BNC cable
50 W BNC cable
N-to-BNC adapter
test64.trp MPEG test signal
Perform the following procedure to verify that the EXT 27 MHz REFERENCE
IN input on the MPEG generator is functioning correctly:
1. Use the 75 W BNC cable to connect the ASI OUT connector on the MPEG
generator to the ASI IN connector on the rear panel of the MPEG test system
as shown in Figure 4-10.
2. Use the 50 W BNC cable and the N-to-BNC adapter to connect the
EXT 27 MHz REFERENCE IN connector on the MPEG generator to the
OUTPUT connector on the signal generator as shown in Figure 4-10.
3. Set the signal generator output for a 27.0000 MHz, 0.0 dBm signal.
4. Open the test64.trp file on the MPEG generator.
a. Select Open TS File... from the FILE pull-down menu.
b. In the resulting Select TS File dialog box, select the test64.trp file, and
then press the OK bezel button.
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Signal generator (HP 8648)
NĆtoĆBNC adapter
MPEG generator
rear panel
50 BNC cable
MPEG test system rear panel
(MTS200 or MTS215 Opt. SS)
75 BNC cable
Figure 4Ć10: Equipment connections for verifying the external reference input
5. Select Clock... from the OUTPUT menu on the MPEG generator to open
the Clock dialog box.
6. Select EXT REF in the Clock dialog box, and then press the OK bezel
button.
7. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to start the signal
output of the test64.trp file.
8. Verify that the following LEDs on the MPEG generator’s front panel are
illuminated: PLL, BUFFER, EXT, and HDD.
9. Double-click the Real Time Analyzer icon in the MPEG test system’s
Program Group window to start the application.
10. In the Real Time Analyzer window on the MPEG test system, select
Settings... from the Configuration menu to open the Settings window.
11. In the Settings window, select Hardware Configuration to open the
Hardware Configuration window.
12. In the Hardware Configuration window, click the Restore Defaults button,
click the Apply button, and then select DVB-PI ASI as the Input Type.
13. In the Settings window, select ETR290 to open the ETR290 configuration
window.
14. In the ETR290 window, click the Restore Defaults button, click the Apply
button, and then click OK to close the Settings window.
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15. In the Real Time Analyzer window, click the Start Analysis toolbar button.
16. Verify that the Hierarchic view is displayed on the screen and that no error
messages appear. In addition, verify that the transmission rate is 64 Mbps
and that the transport stream packet size is 188 bytes.
17. In the Real Time Analyzer window, click the Stop Analysis toolbar button
to stop analysis.
18. Press the START/STOP button on the MPEG generator to stop the
signal output.
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Adjustment Procedures
This section contains information needed to adjust the MPEG generator.
The only adjustment in the MPEG generator is for the clock frequency.
Requirements for Adjustment
Before doing the adjustment, note the following requirements.
Personnel
This procedure is only to be performed by trained service technicians.
WarmĆUp Period
This MPEG generator requires a 20 minute warm-up time in a +20_ C to +30_ C
environment before it is adjusted. Adjustment done before the operating
temperature has stabilized may cause errors in performance.
Access
When adjusting the internal clock frequency, you need to remove the cabinet. For
removal and installation procedures for the cabinet, refer to Cabinet on
page 6-18.
Equipment Required
Table 5-1 lists the equipment required to adjust the internal clock frequency.
Table 5Ć1: Equipment required
Item
No.
Required precision
Recommended equipment
Frequency counter
1
Frequency range: 0.1 Hz to 1250 MHz
Accuracy: < 0.6 ppm
Anritsu MF1603A
Probe
1
X 10
Tektronix P6139A
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Clock Frequency Adjustment
Preparation
To perform the clock frequency adjustment, you must first remove the cabinet.
For removal and installation procedures for the cabinet, refer to Cabinet on
page 6-18.
After you have removed the cabinet, find the test point and adjustment pod on
the A10 Main board. See Figure 5-1.
Figure 5Ć1: A10 Main board view
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Adjustment
To avoid serious injury, do not touch exposed connections or
components when operating the instrument with the protective enclosure
removed. Dangerous potentials exist at several points within the MPEG
generator.
Initial Setups.
Frequency counter:
Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Freq A
Gate Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . > 0.2 s
Procedure.
1. Connect the power cord to the MPEG generator, and power on the instrument. Remember to allow at least 20 minutes for the instrument to warm-up
before making any adjustment.
2. Connect the P6139A probe to the frequency counter input (INPUT A).
3. Locate the test point TP3714 and U3712 on the A10 Main board. See
Figure 5-1.
4. Adjust the clock frequency:
a. Attach the probe tip to the TP3714.
b. Turn the adjustment pod on U3712 clockwise or counterclockwise so
that the frequency at the test point is in the range of 26.999984 MHz to
27.000016 MHz (< 0.6 ppm).
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Maintenance
This section contains the information needed to do periodic and corrective
maintenance on the MPEG generator. The following subsections are included:
Preparation — Introduction plus general information on preventing damage
to internal modules when doing maintenance.
Inspection and Cleaning — Information and procedures for inspecting the
MPEG generator and cleaning its external and internal modules.
Removal and Installation Procedures — Procedures for the removal of
defective modules and replacement of new or repaired modules.
Troubleshooting — Information for isolating and troubleshooting failed
modules. Included are instructions for operating the MPEG generator’s
internal diagnostic routines and troubleshooting trees.
Related Maintenance Procedures
The following sections contain information and procedures related to maintenance.
Section 2, Operating Information, covers instructions useful when operating
the MPEG generator in order to troubleshoot it. It also details the service
strategy and lists options for obtaining maintenance service and for replacing
failed modules.
Section 3, Theory of Operation, contains a circuit description at the module
or block level.
Section 4, Performance Verification, contains procedures that may be useful
in isolating problems to modules by testing the MPEG generator
performance.
Section 5, Adjustment Procedures, addresses after repair adjustment and the
interval between periodic adjustments. It contains a procedure for adjusting
the internal circuits of the MPEG generator.
Section 9, Diagrams, contains a block diagram using individual modules as
blocks and an interconnection diagram showing connections between the
modules.
Section 10, Mechanical Parts List, lists all field replaceable modules by part
number.
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Preparation
Before servicing this product, read the Safety Summary and Introduction at the
front of the manual and the ESD information below.
Static discharge can damage any semiconductor component in the
MPEG generator.
Preventing ESD
When performing any service which requires internal access to the MPEG
generator, adhere to the following precautions to avoid damaging internal
modules and their components due to electrostatic discharge (ESD).
1. Minimize handling of static-sensitive modules.
2. Transport and store static-sensitive modules in their static protected
containers or on a metal rail. Label any package that contains static-sensitive
modules.
3. Discharge the static voltage from your body by wearing a grounded antistatic
wrist strap while handling these modules. Do service of static-sensitive
modules only at a static-free work station.
4. Nothing capable of generating or holding a static charge should be allowed
on the work station surface.
5. Handle circuit boards by the edges when possible.
6. Do not slide the modules over any surface.
7. Avoid handling modules in areas that have a floor or work-surface covering
capable of generating a static charge.
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Susceptibility to ESD
Table 6-1 lists the relative susceptibility of various classes of semiconductors.
Static voltages of 1 kV to 30 kV are common in unprotected environments.
Table 6Ć1: Relative susceptibility to staticĆdischarge damage
Semiconductor classes
Relative susceptibility
levels 1
MOS or CMOS microcircuits or discrete circuits, or linear
microcircuits with MOS inputs (most sensitive)
1
ECL
2
Schottky signal diodes
3
Schottky TTL
4
HighĆfrequency bipolar transistors
5
JFET
6
Linear microcircuits
7
LowĆpower Schottky TTL
8
TTL (least sensitive)
9
1
Voltage equivalent for levels (voltage discharged from a 100ĂpF capacitor through
resistance of 100 ohms):
1Ă=Ă100 to 500 V
6 = 600 to 800 V
2 = 200 to 500 V
7 = 400 to 1000 V (est.)
3 = 250 V
8 = 900 V
4 = 500 V
9 = 1200 V
5 = 400 to 600 V
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Inspection and Cleaning
Inspection and Cleaning describes how to inspect for dirt and damage. It also
describes how to clean the exterior and interior of the MPEG generator.
Inspection and cleaning are done as preventive maintenance. Preventive
maintenance, when done regularly, may prevent MPEG generator malfunction
and enhance its reliability.
Preventive maintenance consists of visually inspecting and cleaning the MPEG
generator and using general care when operating it.
How often preventative maintenance should be performed depends on the
severity of the environment in which the MPEG generator is used. A proper time
to perform preventive maintenance is just before MPEG generator adjustment.
General Care
Inspection and Cleaning
Procedures
The cabinet helps keep dust out of the MPEG generator and should normally be
in place when operating the MPEG generator. The MPEG generator’s front cover
protects the front panel and display from dust and damage. Install it when storing
or transporting the MPEG generator.
Inspect and clean the MPEG generator as often as operating conditions require.
The collection of dirt on components inside can cause them to overheat and
breakdown. (Dirt acts like an insulating blanket, preventing efficient heat
dissipation.) Dirt also provides an electrical conduction path that could cause an
MPEG generator failure, especially under high-humidity conditions.
Avoid the use of chemical cleaning agents that might damage the
plastics used in this MPEG generator. Use only deionized water when cleaning
the menu buttons or front-panel buttons. Use a 75% ethyl alcohol solution as a
cleaner and rinse with deionized water.
Inspection Ċ Exterior. Inspect the outside of the MPEG generator for damage,
wear, and missing parts, using Table 6-2 as a guide. MPEG generators that
appear to have been dropped or otherwise abused should be checked thoroughly
to verify correct operation and performance. Immediately repair defects that
could cause personal injury or lead to further damage to the MPEG generator.
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Table 6Ć2: External inspection check list
Item
Inspect for
Repair action
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Cleaning Procedure Ċ Exterior. To clean the MPEG generator exterior, perform
the following steps:
1. Remove loose dust on the outside of the MPEG generator with a lint free
cloth.
2. Remove remaining dirt with a lint free cloth dampened in a general purpose
detergent-and-water solution. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
3. Clean the light filter protecting the monitor screen with a lint-free cloth
dampened with a gentle, general purpose detergent-and-water solution.
To prevent getting moisture inside the MPEG generator during
external cleaning, use only enough liquid to dampen the cloth or applicator.
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Inspection Ċ Interior. To access the inside of the MPEG generator for inspection
and cleaning, refer to the Removal and Installation Procedures in this section.
Inspect the internal portions of the MPEG generator for damage and wear, using
Table 6-3 as a guide. Defects found should be repaired immediately.
To prevent damage from electrical arcing, ensure that circuit boards
and components are dry before applying power to the MPEG generator.
Table 6Ć3: Internal inspection check list
6Ć6
Item
Inspect for
Repair action
Circuit boards
Loose, broken, or corroded
solder connections. Burned
circuit boards. Burned, broken, or
cracked circuitĆrun plating.
Remove failed module and
replace with a fresh module.
Resistors
Burned, cracked, broken, blisĆ
tered condition.
Remove failed module and
replace with a fresh module.
Solder connections
Cold solder or rosin joints.
Resolder joint and clean with
isopropyl alcohol.
Capacitors
Damaged or leaking cases.
Corroded solder on leads or
terminals.
Remove damaged module and
replace with a fresh module from
the factory.
Semiconductors
Loosely inserted in sockets.
Distorted pins.
Firmly seat loose semiconducĆ
tors. Remove devices that have
distorted pins. Carefully straightĆ
en pins (as required to fit the
socket), using longĆnose pliers,
and reinsert firmly. Ensure that
straightening action does not
crack pins, causing them to
break off.
Wiring and cables
Loose plugs or connectors.
Burned, broken, or frayed wiring.
Firmly seat connectors. Repair or
replace modules with defective
wires or cables.
Chassis
Dents, deformations, and damĆ
aged hardware.
Straighten, repair, or replace
defective hardware.
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Cleaning Procedure Ċ Interior. To clean the MPEG generator interior, perform the
following steps:
1. Blow off dust with dry, low-pressure, deionized air (approximately 9 psi).
2. Remove any remaining dust with a lint-free cloth dampened in isopropyl
alcohol (75% solution) and rinse with warm deionized water. (A cottontipped applicator is useful for cleaning in narrow spaces and on circuit
boards.)
. If, after performing steps 1 and 2, a module is clean upon inspection, skip
the remaining steps.
3. If steps 1 and 2 do not remove all the dust or dirt, the MPEG generator may
be spray washed using a solution of 75% isopropyl alcohol by performing
steps 4 through 8.
4. Gain access to the parts to be cleaned by removing easily accessible shields
and panels (see Removal and Installation Procedures).
5. Spray wash dirty parts with the isopropyl alcohol and wait 60 seconds for the
majority of the alcohol to evaporate.
6. Use hot (120_ F to 140_ F) deionized water to thoroughly rinse them.
7. Dry all parts with low-pressure, deionized air.
8. Dry all components and assemblies in an oven or drying compartment using
low-temperature (125_ F to 150_ F) circulating air.
Lubrication. There is no periodic lubrication required for the MPEG generator.
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Removal and Installation Procedures
This subsection contains procedures for removal and installation of all mechanical and electrical modules. Any electrical or mechanical module, assembly, or
part listed in Section 10 of this manual is a module.
Preparation
Before performing this or any other procedure in this manual, read
the Safety Summary found at the beginning of this manual. Also, to prevent
possible injury to service personnel or damage to the MPEG generator’s
components, read Installation in Section 2, and Preventing ESD in this section.
This subsection contains the following items:
Preparatory information that you need to properly perform the procedures
that follow.
List of tools required to remove and disassemble all modules.
Four module locator diagrams for finding the External modules (see Figure
6-2), Internal modules (see Figure 6-3), Board modules and CPU unit (see
Figure 6-4), and Rear panel modules (see Figure 6-5) in the MPEG
generator.
Procedures for removal and reinstallation of the electrical and mechanical
modules.
A disassembly procedure for removal of all the major modules from the
MPEG generator at one time and for reassembly of those modules into the
MPEG generator. Such a complete disassembly is normally only done when
completely cleaning the MPEG generator. (Instructions for doing the actual
cleaning are found under Inspection and Cleaning at the beginning of this
section.)
Module disassembly procedures.
Before performing any procedure in this subsection, disconnect the
power cord from the line voltage source. Failure to do so could cause serious
injury or death.
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List of Modules
General Instructions
Section 10 lists all modules.
. Read these general instructions before removing a module.
First read over the Summary of Procedures that follows to understand how the
procedures are grouped. Then read Equipment Required for a list of the tools
needed to remove and install modules in the MPEG generator.
If you are removing a module for service, begin by performing the procedure
Access Procedure (page 6-17). By following the instructions in that procedure,
you remove the module to be serviced while removing the minimum number of
additional modules.
Summary of Procedures
The procedures are described in the order in which they appear in this section. In
addition, you can look up any procedure for removal and reinstallation of any
module in the Table of Contents of this manual.
The Access Procedure on page 6-17 first directs you to the procedure(s) (if
any) that are required to access the module to be serviced, then it directs you
to the procedure to remove that module.
Table 6Ć4: Summary of procedures
6Ć10
Procedure
Module
Page
Procedures for
External Modules
Line cord
Cabinet
FrontĆpanel unit
FrontĆpanel assembly
6Ć18
Procedures for
Internal Modules
Fan
Floppy disk drive
Data hard disk drive
System hard disk drive
Display module
Power supply unit
6Ć25
Procedures for Board
Modules and CPU Unit
A10 Main board
A40 MISC (Power
Distribution & Interface
board)
CPU unit
6Ć37
Procedures for
Rear Panel Modules
BNC cable assembly
ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT
connector
BNC connector
ECL CONTROL
connector
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Equipment Required. Most modules in this MPEG generator can be removed with
a screwdriver handle mounted with a size #2, Phillips tip. Use this tool whenever
a procedure step instructs you to remove or install a screw unless a different size
screwdriver is specified in that step. All equipment required to remove and
reinstall each module is listed in the first step of its procedure.
Table 6Ć5: Tools required for module removal
Item
No.
Name
Description
1
Screwdriver handle
Accepts PhillipsĆdriver bits
2
#1 Phillips tip
PhillipsĆdriver bit for #1 size
screw heads
3
#2 Phillips tip
PhillipsĆdriver bit for #2 size
screw heads
4
FlatĆbladed screwdriver
Screwdriver for removing
standardĆheaded screws
5
Hex wrench, 0.05 inch
Standard tool
6
Hex wrench, 1/16 inch
Standard tool
7
OpenĆend wrench, 1/2 inch
Standard tool
8
OpenĆend wrench, 5/16 inch
Standard tool
9
Nut driver, 1/2 inch
Standard tool
10
Nut driver, 1/4 inch
Standard tool
11
Nut driver, 5/16 inch
Standard tool
12
Nut driver, 5 mm
Standard tool
13
AngleĆtip tweezers
Standard tool
14
NeedleĆnose pliers
Standard tool
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MPEG Generator
Orientation
In this manual, procedures refer to “front,” “back,” “top,” etc. of the MPEG
generator. Figure 6-1 shows how the sides are referenced.
Figure 6Ć1: MPEG generator orientation
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Figure 6Ć2: External modules
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Figure 6Ć3: Internal modules
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! Figure 6Ć4: Board modules and CPU unit
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Figure 6Ć5: Rear panel modules
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Access Procedure
When you have identified the module to be removed for service, read General
Instructions found on page 6-10. Then use the flowchart in Figure 6-6 to
determine which procedures to use for removing the module. The removal
procedures end with installation instructions.
Locate the module to
be removed in
Figure 6Ć2 to 6Ć5.
Is
the module
in Figure
6Ć2?
Is
the module
in Figure
6Ć4?
Yes
Procedures for External Modules
Line cord
p.6Ć18
Cabinet
p.6Ć18
Front panel unit
p.6Ć21
Front panel assembly
p.6Ć22
No
Do the procedures, and on
page 6Ć18.
Is
the module
in Figure
6Ć3?
No
Yes
Yes
Procedures for Board Modules and
CPU unit
A10 Main board
p.6Ć37
A40 MISC (Power distribution &
Interface) board
p.6Ć39
CPU unit
p.6Ć41
No
Procedures for Rear Panel Modules
BNC cable assembly
p.6Ć44
BNC connector
p.6Ć45
ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT
connector
p.6Ć45
ECL CONTROL connector
p.6Ć46
Procedures for Internal Modules
Fan
p.6Ć25
Floppy disk drive
p.6Ć26
Data hard disk drive
p.6Ć28
System hard disk drive
p.6Ć30
Display module
p.6Ć32
Power supply unit
p.6Ć34
Figure 6Ć6: Guide to removal procedures
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Procedures for External Modules
Do the Access Procedure (page 6-17) before doing any procedure in this group.
This group contains the following procedures:
Line Cord
Line Cord
Cabinet
Front-Panel Unit
Front-Panel Assembly
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed: You need no
equipment. Locate the line cord in the location diagram External Modules,
Figure 6-2, page 6-13.
2. Orient the instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its rear is facing you.
3. Remove line cord: Find the line cord on the rear panel. Grasp the plug and
pull the line cord and clamp away to complete the removal. Reverse
procedure to reinstall.
Cabinet
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tips (Items 1 and 3).
b. Locate the modules to be removed in the locator diagram External
modules, Figure 6-2, page 6-13.
2. Orient instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its right is down on the work
surface and its rear is facing you.
3. Disconnect line cord: Unplug the line cord from its receptacle at the rear
panel.
4. Remove cabinet:
a. Using a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tip, remove the four screws
securing the front of the cabinet to the MPEG generator.
b. Using a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tip, remove the six screws
securing the rear of the cabinet to the MPEG generator.
c. Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the work surface and
its front is facing you.
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d. Grasp the right and left edges of the cabinet toward the back. Push
against the chassis rear panel, toward the front of the MPEG generator,
to separate it from the cabinet.
e. Slide the cabinet off the MPEG generator. Take care not to bind or snag
the cabinet on internal cabling as you remove it.
5. Reinstall cabinet:
a. Perform step 4 in reverse order to reinstall the cabinet. Take care not to
bind or snag the cabinet on internal cabling; redress cables as necessary.
b. Plug the line cord into its receptacle on the rear panel. This completes
the MPEG generator reassembly.
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Figure 6Ć7: Cabinet removal
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FrontĆPanel Unit
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tips (Items 1 and 3).
b. Locate the module to be removed in the locator diagram External
modules, Figure 6-2, page 6-13.
2. Orient instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its right side is down on the
work surface and its front is facing you.
3. Remove front-panel unit: See Figure 6-8.
a. Using a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tip, remove the six screws
securing the front-panel unit to the chassis.
b. Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the work surface and
its front is facing you.
c. Grasp the front-panel unit and pull it forward.
d. Unplug the cable at J250 of the A30 Front Panel board.
4. Reinstallation: Perform step 3 in reverse order to reinstall the front-panel
unit.
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Figure 6Ć8: FrontĆpanel unit removal
Front Panel Assembly
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a 1/16 inch hex wrench (Item 19) and a screwdriver with a size
#2 Phillips tips (Items 1 and 3).
b. Locate the module to be removed in the locator diagram External
modules, Figure 6-2, page 6-13.
2. Remove the A30 Front Panel board: See Figure 6-9.
a. Using a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tip, remove the six screws
securing the A30 board to the front panel cover.
b. Unplug the cable from the rotary encoder at J300.
c. Unplug the cable from the power switch at J310.
d. Lift the board away.
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3. Remove the A35 Power Switch: See Figure 6-9.
a. Using a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tip, remove the screw
securing the A35 board to the front cover.
b. Unplug the cable from the A30 Front Panel board.
c. Lift the board away.
4. Remove the rotary encoder: See Figure 6-9. Using the 12 mm nut driver
(Item 9), remove the nut securing the rotary encoder to the front cover.
5. Remove the subpanel: See Figure 6-9. Using a screwdriver with a size #2
Phillips tip, remove the two screws securing the sub panel to the front cover.
6. Now hand disassemble the front-panel assembly components using
Figure 6-9 as a guide. Reverse the procedure to reassemble.
7. Reinstallation: Perform steps 2 through 6 in reverse order to reinstall the
front-panel assembly.
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Figure 6Ć9: Disassembly of frontĆpanel assembly
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Procedure for Internal Modules
Perform the Access Procedure (on page 6-17) before doing any procedure in this
group. The procedures are presented in the order listed:
Fan
Fan
Floppy Disk Drive
Data Hard Disk Drive
System Hard Disk Drive
Display module
Power supply unit
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tip (Items 1 and 3).
b. Locate the fan in the locator diagram Internal modules, Figure 6-3, page
6-14.
2. Orient the instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its right side is facing you.
3. Remove the fan: See Figure 6-10.
a. Remove the A10 Main board as described on page 6-37.
b. Unplug the two fan’s power cables from J290 and J295.
c. Remove the four screws securing the fan and side cover to the chassis,
and lift the fan away from the chassis. When removing the other fan,
remove the four screws securing the fan and side cover to the chassis.
4. Reinstallation: Do step 3 in reverse order to reinstall the fans.
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Figure 6Ć10: Fan removal
Floppy Disk Drive
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size #1 and a size #2 Phillips tips (Items
1, 2, and 3).
b. Locate the module to be removed in the locator diagram Internal
modules, Figure 6-3, page 6-14.
2. Orient the instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its front is facing you.
3. Remove floppy disk drive: See Figure 6-11.
a. Remove the A10 Main board as described on page 6-37.
b. Unplug the flat cable at J280 on the A40 board.
c. Using a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tip, remove the two screws
securing the floppy disk drive support to the chassis.
d. Using a screwdriver with a size #1 Phillips tip, remove the two screws
securing the floppy disk drive to the top of the chassis.
e. Using a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tip, remove the two screws
securing the floppy disk drive to the left side of the chassis.
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f.
Unplug the floppy disk connector (ribbon interconnect cable) that
connects the disk drive to the A40 MISC (Power Distribution &
Interface) board.
4. Remove floppy disk drive from bracket: Using a screwdriver with a size #1
Phillips tip, remove the two screws securing the floppy disk drive to the
bracket.
5. Reinstallation: Perform steps 3 and 4 in reverse order to reinstall the floppy
disk drive.
Figure 6Ć11: Floppy disk drive removal
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Data Hard Disk Drive
. Read Replacing the Hard Disk Drive(s) on page 6-71, before performing
the following procedures.
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip (Items 1 and 3).
b. Locate the modules to be removed in the locator diagram Internal
modules, Figure 6-3, page 6-14.
2. Orient instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its left side is down on the
work surface and its bottom is facing you.
3. Remove the data hard disk drive with bracket: See Figure 6-12.
a. Remove the two screws securing the supporter to the data hard disk drive
bracket.
b. Remove the SCSI Termination card from its supports.
c. Unplug these cables:
The cables from J2100 and J2300 on the A10 Main board.
The SCSI HDD power cables at J010 and J020 on the A40 MISC
(Power Distribution & Interface) board.
The cables connected to J015 and J025 on the A40 MISC (Power
Distribution & Interface) board.
d. Remove the two screws securing the data hard disk drive bracket to the
chassis.
e. Lift up the data hard disk drive with the bracket from the chassis. When
removing the other hard disk drive, remove the two screws securing the
drive to the chassis, and lift it up from the chassis.
4. Remove the hard disk drive from bracket: Remove the four screws securing
the hard disk drive to the bracket.
5. Reinstallation: Perform steps 3 and 4 in reverse order to reinstall the data
hard disk drives. Check that the hard disk drives are mounted to the bottom
chassis as shown in Figure 6-13.
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Figure 6Ć12: Data hard disk drive removal
Figure 6Ć13: Attaching the data hard disk to the chassis
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System Hard Disk Drive
. Read Replacing the Hard Disk Drive(s) on page 6-71, before performing
the following procedures.
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip (Items 1 and 3).
b. Locate the modules to be removed in the locator diagram Internal
modules, Figure 6-3, page 6-14.
2. Orient instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its left side is down on the
work surface and its bottom is facing you.
3. Remove the bottom plate: Remove the four screws securing the bottom plate
to the chassis.
4. Remove the system hard disk drive: See Figure 6-14.
a. Remove the A10 Main Board as described on page 6-37.
b. Remove the A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) board as
described on page 6-39.
c. Remove the clear plastic shield beneath the A40 circuit board.
d. Unplug the cables from the solid state disk and J050 on the A40 MISC
(Power Distribution & Interface) board.
e. Remove the four screws securing the system hard disk drive to the
chassis.
f.
Lift the system hard disk drive away from the chassis.
5. Reinstallation: Perform steps 3 and 4 in reverse order to reinstall the system
hard disk drive.
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Figure 6Ć14: System hard disk drive removal
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Display Module
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size #1 and a size #2 Phillips tips (Items
1, 2, and 3).
b. Locate the module to be removed in the locator diagram Internal
modules, Figure 6-3, page 6-14.
2. Orient the instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its front is facing you.
3. Remove the Front Panel Unit as described on page 6-21.
4. Remove the LCD: See Figure 6-15.
a. Unplug the cable at J140, and two cables at the connectors on the LCD
board.
b. Using a screwdriver with a size #1 Phillips tip, remove the four screws
securing the LCD to the chassis.
5. Reinstallation: Perform step 4 in reverse order to reinstall the LCD.
6. Remove the LCD board: See Figure 6-15.
a. Remove the CPU Unit as described on page 6-41.
b. Unplug the three cables from the LCD board.
c. Using a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tip, remove the two screws
securing the shield to the chassis.
d. Using a screwdriver with a size #1 Phillips tip, remove the two screws
securing the LCD board to the chassis.
7. Reinstallation: Perform step 6 in reverse order to reinstall the LCD board.
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Figure 6Ć15: Display module removal
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Power Supply Unit
This procedure describes how to remove these modules:
5 V Power Supply
12 V Power Supply
Power Switch
RFI Filter
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size #2 Phillips tip (Items 1 and 3).
b. Locate the module to be removed in the locator diagram Internal
modules, Figure 6-3, page 6-14.
2. Orient instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its front is facing you.
3. Remove the power supply unit: See Figure 6-16.
a. Remove the A10 Main board as described on page 6-37.
b. Unplug the power cables from J030 and J040 on the A40 board, and then
loosen the four screws on J041 and disconnect the four cables.
c. Remove the two screws securing the power supply unit to the rear of the
chassis.
d. Remove the two screws securing the power supply unit to the bottom of
the chassis.
e. Lift the unit up out of the chassis to complete removal.
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Figure 6Ć16: Power supply unit removal
4. Remove the 5 V Power supply: See Figure 6-17.
a. Unplug the two cables at the connectors on the power switch and one
cable at CN1 on the 12 V Power supply.
b. Using a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip, remove the four screws
securing the 5 V Power supply to the bracket.
5. Remove the 12 V Power supply: See Figure 6-17.
a. Unplug the cable from the 5 V Power supply.
b. Using a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip, remove the three screws
securing the 12 V Power supply to the bracket.
6. Remove the Power switch: See Figure 6-17.
a. Unplug the four cables from the power switch.
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b. Use a flat–bladed screwdriver to press down on top of the power switch
and push the switch out of the Bracket.
7. Remove the RFI filter: See Figure 6-17.
a. Unplug the two cables from the RFI filter.
b. Using a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip, remove the screw
securing the ground lead to the bracket.
c. Using a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip, remove the two screws
securing the inlet to the bracket. Pull the RFI filter away.
!
!
"
"
! "
! "
Figure 6Ć17: 5 V power supply, 12 V power supply, power switch, and inlet removal
8. Reinstallation:
a. Perform steps 4 through 7 in reverse order to reinstall all the modules.
b. Perform step 3 in reverse order to reinstall the power supply unit.
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Procedure for Board Modules and CPU Unit
Perform the Access Procedure (on page 6-17) before performing any procedure
in this group. The procedures are presented in the order listed:
A10 Main Board
A10 Main Board
A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) Board
CPU Unit
CPU Board
A20 Interface Board
LAN Board
Backplane
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip (Items 1 and 3).
b. Locate the modules to be removed in the locator diagram Board modules
and CPU unit, Figure 6-4, page 6-15.
2. Orient the instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its front is facing you.
3. Remove the A10 Main Board:
a. Unplug these cables. See Figure 6-18 as a guide.
The cables from the A20 Interface board at J0602 and J0600.
The cables from the data hard disk drive at J2100 and J2300.
The cable from the A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface)
board at J0740.
The cables from the ECL CONTROL connector at J3702 and
ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT connector at J4004.
The coaxial cables from the SSI OUT connector at J4000, the ASI
OUT connector at J4002 and the EXT 27 MHz REF IN connector at
J3700.
b. Using a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip, remove the six screws
securing the A10 Main board to the chassis.
c. Lift the board up and away from the chassis to complete the removal.
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4. Reinstallation: Perform step 3 in reverse order to reinstall the A10 Main
board.
Figure 6Ć18: A10 Main board removal
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A40 MISC (Power
Distribution & Interface)
Board
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip (Items 1 and 3) and a
5 mm size nut driver (Item 12).
b. Locate the modules to be removed in the locator diagram Board modules
and CPU unit, Figure 6-4, page 6-15.
2. Orient instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its front is facing you.
3. Remove the A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) Board:
a. Unplug these cables. See Figure 6-19.
The cable from the system hard disk drive at J050.
The cables from the fan at J290 and J295.
The cable to A10 Main board at J0740.
The cables from the data hard disk drives at J010 and J020.
The cables from the data hard disk drives at J015 and J025.
The cable from the system hard disk drive at the solid state disk.
The cable from A30 front panel board at J250.
The cables from LCD module at J260 and backlight board at J270.
The cable from the floppy disk drive at J280.
The cable from the LAN board at J150.
The cables from the CPU board at J100, J110, J120, J130, and J140.
The cable from the A20 Interface board at J160.
The cable from the back plane at J060.
The cables from the power supply module at J030 and J040, and
then loosen the four screws on J041 and disconnect the cables.
b. Using a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip, remove the eight screws
securing the A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) board to the
chassis.
c. Using a 5 mm size nut driver, remove the four binding posts securing the
SERIAL connector and VGA connector to the chassis.
d. Lift the board up and away from the chassis to complete the removal.
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4. Reinstallation: Perform step 3 in reverse order to reinstall the A40 MISC
(Power Distribution & Interface) board.
Figure 6Ć19: A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) board removal
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CPU Unit
This procedure describes how to remove these circuit boards contained in the
CPU unit:
CPU Board
A20 Interface Board
LAN Board
Backplane
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip (Items 1 and 3).
b. Locate the modules to be removed in the locator diagram, Board
modules and CPU unit, in Figure 6-4, page 6-15.
2. Orient the instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and the right side facing you.
3. Remove the CPU unit: See Figure 6-20.
a. Remove the A10 Main board as described on page 6-37.
b. Unplug the cables from J60, J100, J110, J120, J130, J140, J150, and
J160 on the A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface) board.
c. Remove the four screws securing the CPU unit to the chassis.
d. Lift the CPU unit up away from the main chassis.
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Figure 6Ć20: CPU unit removal
4. Remove the CPU Board: See Figure 6-21.
a. Using a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip , remove the screw
securing the CPU board to the frame with a retainer on the right side of
the unit.
b. Remove the screw on the left side of the CPU board.
c. Grasp the board and slide it out of the unit.
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Figure 6Ć21: CPU, A20 Interface, and LAN boards removal
5. Remove the A20 Interface Board:
a. Using a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip, remove the screw on the
left side of the A20 Interface board. See Figure 6-21.
b. Grasp the board and slide it out.
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6. Remove the LAN Board:
a. Using a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip, remove the screw on the
left side of the LAN board. See Figure 6-21.
b. Grasp the board and slide it out.
7. Remove the Backplane:
a. Unplug the power cable on the right side of the Backplane.
b. Using a screwdriver with a size Phillips #2 tip, remove the four screws
securing the board to the frame. See Figure 6-21.
c. Grasp the board and lift it out.
8. Reinstallation:
a. Perform steps 4 through 7 in reverse order to reinstall the all boards in
the CPU unit.
b. Perform step 3 in reverse order to reinstall the CPU unit.
Procedures for Rear Panel Modules
Perform the Access Procedure (page 6-17) before performing any procedure in
this group. This group contains the following procedures:
BNC Cable Assembly (SSI
OUT and ASI OUT)
BNC Cable Assembly (SSI OUT and ASI OUT)
BNC Connector (EXT 27 MHz REF IN)
ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT Connector
ECL CONTROL Connector
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a 1/2–inch open–end wrench (Item 7).
b. Locate the modules to be removed in the locator diagram Rear panel
modules , Figure 6-5, page 6-16.
2. Orient instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its rear is facing you.
3. Remove the BNC cable assembly: See Figure 6-22.
a. Unplug the cables at J4000 (SSI OUT) and J4002 (ASI OUT) on the
A10 Main board.
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b. Using the open-end wrench, unscrew the nut securing the BNC
connector to the chassis.
c. Pull out the BNC cables from the chassis.
4. Reinstallation: Perform step 3 in reverse order to reinstall the BNC cable
assembly.
BNC Connector (EXT 27
MHz REF IN)
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. Have handy a 1/2–inch open-end wrench (Item 7).
b. Locate the modules to be removed in the locator diagram Rear panel
modules , Figure 6-5, page 6-16.
2. Orient instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its rear is facing you.
3. Remove the BNC connector: See Figure 6-22.
a. Unplug the cable from the connector.
b. Using the open-end wrench, unscrew the nut securing the BNC
connector to the chassis. Pull the BNC connector away.
4. Reinstallation: Perform step 3 in reverse order to reinstall the BNC
connector.
ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT
Connector
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a 1/4–inch nut driver (Item 5).
b. Locate the modules to be removed in the locator diagram Rear panel
modules , Figure 6-5, page 6-16.
2. Orient instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its rear is facing you.
3. Remove the ECL/TTL/LVDS OUT connector: See Figure 6-22.
a. Unplug the cable from the A10 Main board.
b. Using a 1/4-inch nut driver, unscrew the two hex-headed mounting posts
securing the connector to the chassis. Pull the connector away.
4. Reinstallation: Perform step 3 in reverse order to reinstall the ECL/TTL/
LVDS OUT connector.
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ECL CONTROL Connector
1. Assemble equipment and locate modules to be removed:
a. You need a screwdriver with a 1/4–inch nut driver (Item 5).
b. Locate the modules to be removed in the locator diagram Rear panel
modules , Figure 6-5, page 6-16.
2. Orient instrument: Set the MPEG generator so its bottom is down on the
work surface and its rear is facing you.
3. Remove the ECL CONTROL connector: See Figure 6-22.
a. Unplug the cable from the A10 Main board.
b. Using a 1/4-inch nut driver, unscrew the two hex-headed mounting posts
securing the connector to the chassis. Pull the connector away.
4. Reinstallation: Perform step 3 in reverse order to reinstall the ECL CONTROL connector.
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Figure 6Ć22: Rear panel modules removal
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Troubleshooting
This subsection contains information about diagnostics and the Service menu,
and troubleshooting trees designed to isolate faulty modules in the MPEG
generator.
Diagnostics
The MPEG generator has internal diagnostics that verify circuit functionality.
The diagnostics are automatically executed at power-on.
If errors are detected, the following error message(s) is(are) displayed on the
screen.
Table 6Ć6: Error messages at power on diagnostics
Error messages
Solution
Front Panel Error!
Check and replace the W250 cable
assembly. See Figure 9Ć2. If the error
still occurs, replace the A30 Front
Panel board.
Front panel fail
Front panel configuration
Front panel communication
Front panel RAM
Front panel ROM
Front panel A/D
Front panel timer
CP H/W Error!
Diag fail
Update the system software using
the Maintenance CDĆR. Refer to
on page
6Ć67. If the error still occurs, replace
the A10 Main board.
CP H/W Error!
Communication fail
Check and replace the W330 and
W331 cable assemblies. See Figure
9Ć2.
CW H/W Error!
Diag fail
Update the system software using
the Maintenance CDĆR. Refer to
on page
6Ć67. If the error still occurs, replace
the A10 Main board.
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Table 6Ć6: Error messages at power on diagnostics (Cont.)
Error messages
CW H/W Error!
Solution
Communication fail
Check and replace the W330 and
W331 cable assemblies. See
Figure 9Ć2.
HDC Logical Error!
Directory error. You need to format the TS data disks
and execute Scan Disk with utility menu after system up.
Execute the Scandisk or Format
command in the Service menu. If the
error still occurs, replace the data
hard disk drives.
HDC H/W Error!
Diag fail
Update the system software using
the Maintenance CDĆR. Refer to
on page
6Ć67. If the error still occurs, replace
the A10 Main board.
HDC H/W Error!
Communication fail
Check and replace the W330 and
W331 cable assemblies. See
Figure 9Ć2.
Hdc initialize was not complete.
There is a possibility that SCSI cables are incorrect.
Check and replace the W320 and
W321 cable assemblies. See
Figure 9Ć2.
Service Menu
The MPEG generator has a Service menu for servicing and maintenance. This
menu enables you to format and check the data hard disk drives, test the LCD
display and front panel controls, and update the system software. Refer to System
Software Updates on page 6-67 for the procedures on updating the system
software.
This subsection explains how to access the Service menu and the menu items in
the Service menu.
1. Press the front-panel MENU button to enable the pull-down menu display
2. Use the arrow buttons to select the UTILITY menu name, and then press
either the left or right control button to display the Utility pull-down menu.
3. Use the rotary knob or the arrow buttons to select Service... from the menu,
and then press the OK bezel button to open the Enter Password: dialog
box.
4. Input “3341344803” in the dialog box to open the Service dialog box.
5. Select one of the menu groups (TS Drive..., Tools..., or Update System
Software) from the bezel menus. If you press the Exit bezel button, the
Service menu closes.
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6. Select the bezel menu item you want to execute.
Table 6-7 lists all the bezel menu items in the Service menu.
Table 6Ć7: Bezel menu items in the Service menu
Bezel menu items
Descriptions
TS Drive...
Quick Format
Initializes the file tables of the MTG file system. All the data on the
data hard disk drives are erased. Perform this command after you
have changed the system hard disk drive or data hard disk drives.
Standard Format
Formats the data hard disk drives. All the data on the disks are
completely erased. The defect block data is updated.
Simple Scandisk
Scans through the hard disks and check whether read errors are
not detected. If errors are detected, for unused sectors, they are
registered in the bad sector tables. For used sectors, they are
scanned repeatedly, and if they are able to read, they are
registered in the bad sector tables and then the data is written in
the alternative sectors.
Normal Scandisk
Executes read/write test for the hard disks. For unused sectors,
test data is written to the sector and then read back, to verify that
the writing and reading succeeded. For used sectors, data in the
sectors is temporarily stored in RAM while the a read/write test is
executed, and then the data in RAM is written back to the sectors.
Tools...
LCD Display
Displays a sequence of test patterns (white, black, gray scale, red,
green and blue) for checking the LCD display. Pressing the bottom
bezel button changes the test pattern.
Front Panel Key Test
Used to verify that the front panel controls work properly. Pressing
the bezel button displays an illustration of the front panel on the
screen. You then press each button and verify that it is
highlighted on the illustration in the display.
ASI/SSI
When you select Disable, the carrier signal of the currently set
output frequency is output with no modulation from the ASI OUT
and SSI OUT connectors. You can use this signal for C/N
measurement.
Update System Software...
Update User Program...
Updates the user program of the instrument (mtg).
Update Operating SysĆ
tem...
Updates the operating system of the instrument (mtg.os).
Update Hardware ConĆ
trol...
Update the software that controls the instrument hardware
(hdc.mot, hdc.ttf, cp.mot, cp.ttf, cw.mot, cw.ttf. ins.ttf, and out.ttf).
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Scandisk Output File
When you execute the Simple Scandisk or Normal Scandisk command, the test
result is saved as a file (/ide0/scandisk.res). Using this test result, you can check
the number of clusters where errors were detected and clusters where errors were
recovered. This file is not deleted when the hard disks are formatted.
The scandisk output file uses the following form:
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1999/12/16 10:10:35 : Shows the time when the scandisk operation was
completed.
SIMPLE or NORMAL : Shows the type of the executed scandisk command.
T:11111111 : Shows the number of clusters for checking.
R1:22222222 : Shows the number of clusters from which errors were
recovered on disk 1.
E1:33333333 : Shows the number of clusters in which errors were detected
on disk 1.
F1:44444444 : Shows the number of clusters from which errors were not
recovered on disk 1.
R2:55555555 : Shows the number of clusters from which errors were
recovered on disk 2.
E2:66666666 : Shows the number of clusters in which errors were detected
on disk 2.
F2:77777777 : Shows the number of clusters from which errors were not
recovered on disk 2.
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Troubleshooting Trees
Start
Press the PRINCIPAL POWER
SWITCH on the rear panel and
then push the ON/STBY button
on the front panel
Are the fans
working?
No
To (A), page 6Ć55.
Yes
(a)
Do the PLL,
BUFFER, and
EXT LEDs
light?
No
To (B), page 6Ć57.
Yes
Does
the start up
display
appear?
No
To (C), page 6Ć58.
Yes
Does the
power on diag
display?
No
To Solid state disk, page 6Ć65.
Yes
Is the PASS
displayed in all
items?
No
To (D), page 6Ć59.
Yes
1
Figure 6Ć23: Troubleshooting procedure (1)
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1
Can a TS file be
selected by the
rotary knob?
No
To (E), page 6Ć60.
Yes
Does the
hierarchy
display appear?
No
To System HDD, page 6Ć64.
Yes
Do the PLL,
BUFFER, and HDD
LEDs light when the
START/STOP
button is pressed?
No
To Data HDD, page 6Ć62.
Yes
Done.
Figure 6Ć24: Troubleshooting procedure (2)
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(A)
Power off and remove the
cabinet using the Cabinet
removal procedure. and then
remove the A10 Main board.
Are the fan cables
securely installed in
their sockets?
No
Securely install the cables , and
then install the cabinet and A10
Main board. To (a) on page 6Ć53.
Yes
Are J290 and
J295 on the A40
MISC board (see
Figure 6Ć36) at
+12 V?
Yes
Replace the fan.
No
Is pin 7 of J030 on
A40 MISC board (see
Figure 6Ć36)
at +5 V?
Yes
Replace 12 V power supply.
No
2
Figure 6Ć25: Troubleshooting procedure (3)
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2
Are pins 3 and 4 of
J041 on the A40
MISC board (see
Figure 6Ć36) at +5 V?
Yes
Replace F040 on the A40 MISC
(Power Distribution & Interface)
board.
(See Figure 6Ć36)
No
Is J40 on the A40
MISC board (see
Figure 6Ć36) at GND
when the ON/STBY
button is pressed?
Yes
Replace 5 V power supply.
No
Is AC input to
5 V power
supply?
Yes
Check A35 Power Switch board,
A30 Front Panel board, W250, and
W310.
No
Check W010, W011, W012, W020,
the AC Inlet, and the power switch.
Figure 6Ć26: Troubleshooting procedure (4)
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(B)
Power off and remove the
cabinet using the Cabinet
removal procedure. and then
remove the A10 Main board.
Remove the front panel using
the Front Panel removal
procedure (leave W250
connected).
Are pins 13, 16, 20,
and 24 of J250 on
A30 Front Panel
board at +5 V?
Yes
Replace the A30 Front Panel
board.
No
Check W250.
Figure 6Ć27: Troubleshooting procedure (5)
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(C)
Power off and remove the
cabinet using the Rear Cover
and Cabinet removal procedure.
and then remove the A10 Main
board.
Short between pin 2 and 3 of J278
on the A40 MISC (Power
Distribution & Interface) board (see
Figure 6Ć36).
Does the backlight
of the LCD module
turn on?
No
Yes
Is pin 3 of J270 on
A40 board at +5 V?
(See Figure 6Ć36)
No
To Solid state disk, page 6Ć65.
Yes
Is pin 6 of J270 on
A40 board at +1.9 V?
(See Figure 6Ć36)
No
Replace the LCD module.
Yes
Replace the A40 Power
Distributor & Interface board.
Does the BIOS of
the CPU boot?
No
Yes
Replace the A40 MISC
(Power Distribution &
Interface board.
Is the A20 Interface
board securely
installed?
No
Securely install the A20
Interface board.
Yes
Replace the A20 Interface
board.
Figure 6Ć28: Troubleshooting procedure (6)
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(D)
Is the FAIL reported
for A30 Front Panel
board?
Yes
Replace the A30 Front Panel
board.
No
Is the HDC
LOGICAL ERROR
reported?
(b)
Yes
To Data HDD, page 6Ć62.
No
Are any failures
other than above
reported?
Yes
Replace the A10 Main board.
Figure 6Ć29: Troubleshooting procedure (7)
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(E)
Power off and remove the
cabinet using the Rear Cover
and Cabinet removal procedure.
and then remove the A10 Main
board.
Replace the front panel using
the Front Panel removal
procedure (leave W250
connected).
Is the cable of the
rotary encoder
securely installed to
J300 on the A30 Front
Panel board?
Yes
Replace the rotary encoder.
No
Securely install the cable.
Figure 6Ć30: Troubleshooting procedure (8)
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Power Supply module
Turn on the PRINCIPAL
POWER SWITCH.
Short between pin 1 and 2 of J040
on the A40 MISC (Power
Distribution & Interface) board (see
Figure 6Ć36).
Is the cable of the
rotary encoder
securely connected to
J300 on the A30 Front
Panel board?
No
Replace the rotary encoder.
Yes
Is pin 7of J030 on
A40 board at +5 V?
(See Figure 6Ć36)
No
Replace F040 on the A40 MISC
(Power Distribution & Interface)
board.
(See Figure 6Ć36)
No
Are pins 1, 2, and 3 of
J030 on A40 board at
+12 V? (See Figure
6Ć36)
No
Replace 12 V power supply.
Yes
The Power Supply module is
OK.
Figure 6Ć31: Troubleshooting procedure (8)
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Data HDD
Are the bracket and
retaining rod for the data
cable connector on both
SCSI hard drives properly
installed?
No
Install the retaining assemblies on to the
SCSI hard drive data cables. Refer to the
040ĆA028Ć00 hardware upgrade kit.
Yes
Are the SCSI hard drive
data cables securely
installed in their connectors?
No
Securely install the cables.
Yes
Select Service command from
the UTILITY menu.
Input 3341344803" in the
"Enter Password:" dialog box.
To Start, page 6Ć53 .
Select the TS Drive... from the
bezel menu.
3
Figure 6Ć32: Troubleshooting procedure (9)
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3
Select the Simple Scan Disk or
Normal Scan Disk from the
bezel menu.
Check the scandisk output
file (refer to Scandisk Output
File on page 6Ć52) .
Are any errors
detected?
No
Perform the Quick Format command
or reinstall the firmware, and then
download TS files.
Yes
To Start, page 6Ć53 .
Is the HDC
LOGICAL ERROR
still reported?
No
To (b), page 6Ć59 .
Yes
Replace the data hard disk drives.
Figure 6Ć33: Troubleshooting procedure (10)
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System HDD
Connect a keyboard to the
KEYBOARD connector on the
rear panel.
Connect a monitor to the VGA
connector on the rear panel or
short between pin 2 and 3 of
J278 on the A40 MISC (Power
Distribution & Interface) board
(see Figure 6Ć36) to be able to
display the boot screen on the
LCD.
Power on the instrument and
display the BIOS setup screen.
Set the boot drive to
A:then:C".
Insert a DOS boot disk into the
floppy disk drive, and then
reboot the instrument.
After the instrument starts up in
the DOS environment, check
the d drive using the
Scandisk.exe command.
If any error is reported,
replace the System HDD.
Figure 6Ć34: Troubleshooting procedure (11)
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Solid state disk
Connect a keyboard to the
KEYBOARD connector on the
rear panel.
Connect a monitor to the VGA
connector on the rear panel or
short between pin 2 and 3 of J278
on the A40 MISC (Power
Distribution & Interface) board
(see Figure 6Ć36) to be able to
display the boot screen on the
LCD.
Power on the instrument and
display the BIOS setup screen.
Set the boot drive to
A:then:C".
Insert a DOS boot disk into the
floppy disk drive, and then
reboot the instrument.
After the instrument starts up in
the DOS environment, check
the c drive using the
Scandisk.exe command.
If any error is reported,
replace the solid state disk.
Figure 6Ć35: Troubleshooting procedure (12)
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Firmware Updates
The MPEG generator firmware can be updated when troubleshooting indicates it
is needed or when the firmware has been updated.
This subsection explains how to update the firmware.
Equipment Required
Table 6-8 lists the equipment required to update the firmware.
Table 6Ć8: Equipment required
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Item
No.
Requirements
PC
1
Windows NT 4.0 and Ethernet interface
installed
Ethernet cable
1
10BASEĆT crossover cable
Maintenance CDĆR
1
Tektronix part no. 063Ć3347ĆXX
Recommended equipment
Update Procedure
Update procedures compose of two main processes:
Transferring the Files to
the MPEG generator
Transferring the files to the MPEG generator
Checking the firmware version
1.
Connect the ETHERNET connector on the MPEG generator rear panel to
the Ethernet port on your PC using the Ethernet cable.
2. Power on the MPEG generator and your PC.
3. Set the network parameters of the MPEG generator in the UTILITY
pull-down menu. For detailed information about how to set the parameters,
refer to the MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator User Manual.
4. Insert the Maintenance CD-R into the CD-ROM drive on your PC.
5. Double-click the My Computer icon on your PC.
6. Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon. This will display the contents of the
Maintenance CD-R.
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7. Double-click the Fw folder in the list. This will display the contents of the
folder.
8. Double-click the Versionup.exe in the list. This will open the MTG Series
Firmware Update dialog box shown in Figure 6-37.
Figure 6Ć37: MTG Series Firmware Update dialog box
9. In the dialog box, enter the IP address that you assigned to your MPEG
generator.
10. Click the Update button.
. For version 1.11, skip steps 11 through 13.
11. When the file transfer is complete, the message box shown in Figure 6-39
appears.
Figure 6Ć38: Message box appearing after the file transfer is complete.
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Firmware Updates
. For version 1.00, the error message “Internal error occurred:” is
displayed on the MPEG generator’s screen. However, this does not mean that the
trouble is detected during transferring the files.
12. Power off the MPEG generator and then power it on again.
13. Click the OK button in the message box.
14. When the upgrade is complete, the message box shown in Figure 6-39
appears.
Figure 6Ć39: Message box appearing after the update is complete
15. Click the OK button in the message box.
16. Power off the MPEG generator and then power it on again.
The message box shown in Figure 6-40 appears on the screen.
Figure 6Ć40: Message box appearing after turn on the instrument
17. Press the OK bezel button.
The message “Internal error occurred : 0x15410300” appears on the screen.
18. Press the OK bezel button.
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Checking the Firmware
Version
1. Select the System... from the UTILITY pull-down menu, and then press the
OK bezel button. This will open the System dialog box shown in
Figure 6-41.
Figure 6Ć41: System dialog box
2. In the dialog box, check whether the new version of the firmware is properly
installed.
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Replacing the Hard Disk Drive(s)
When you replace the data hard disk drives (SCSI hard disk drives) or system
hard disk drive (IDE hard disk drive) for servicing, you must perform the
following tasks:
Data hard disk drives:
Back up the files stored on the data hard disks
Set the jumpers before installation
Format the data hard disks
Reinstall the factory-supplied files on the data hard disks
System hard disk drive:
Back up the files stored on the data hard disks
Format the data hard disks
Reinstall the factory-supplied files on the data hard disks
. Refer to Removal and Installation Procedures in this section for removing
and installing the data hard disk drives and system hard disk drive.
Equipment Required
Table 6-9 lists the equipment required to reinstall the factory-supplied files and
backup the downloaded (stored) files on the data hard disks.
Table 6Ć9: Equipment required
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁÁ
Item
No.
Requirements
PC
1
Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 operating system
and Ethernet interface (MTG Comm applicaĆ
tion must be installed)
Ethernet cable
1
10BASEĆT crossover cable
Maintenance CDĆR
1
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Replacing the Hard Disk Drive(s)
Data Hard Disk Drives
. Whenever replacing the data hard disk drives, be sure to replace both of
the disk drives at the same time.
Backing up the Files
Stored on the Data Hard
Disks
Before removing the data hard disk drives, you should save all the transport
stream, insertion, and preset files (except for the factory-supplied files) stored on
the data hard disks to the hard disk on the PC.
Perform the following steps to upload a transport stream file, insertion file, or
preset file from the MPEG generator to the PC:
. Refer to the Appendix B: Using MTG Comm+ for File Transfer in the
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator User Manual for setting the Ethernet
network parameters and operating the MTG Comm + application.
1. Connect your PC and MPEG generator using a 10BASE-T crossover
Ethernet cable, and then set the Ethernet network parameters for the MPEG
generator and MTG Comm+ application.
2. Start the MTG Comm+ application.
3. In the List view of the MTG Comm+ application, select the file you want to
upload to the PC.
4. Select MTG to PC... from the File pull-down menu to open the Save As
dialog box.
5. In the Save As dialog box, specify the destination folder for the file you are
going to upload to your PC.
6. Click the Save button to upload the file from the MPEG generator to your
PC.
7. Repeat steps 3 through 6 as required until you have backed up all the files
you want to save.
Setting the Jumpers
before Installation
Before installing the new data hard disk drives into the MPEG generator, you
should set the configuration jumpers of the disk drives.
If you use the hard disk drives listed in the Replaceable parts list in Section 10
(Tektronix p/n 119-B084-XX), disconnect all the jumpers from the connector pin
located on the back of the drive.
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Replacing the Hard Disk Drive(s)
If you use the hard disk drives other than above, set the jumpers to obtain the
following configuration:
Formatting the Data Hard
Disks
SCSI ID : 0
Terminator Power Supply : Off
Auto Spin Up : Off
Internal SCSI Terminator : Off
Auto Start Delay : Off
After you have installed the data hard disk drives properly, perform the following
procedure to format the data hard disks:
1. Select Service... from the Utility pull-down menu of the MPEG generator.
This will open the Enter Password: dialog box.
2. In this dialog box, enter “3341344803”, and then press the OK bezel button.
This will open the Service dialog box.
3. Press the TS Drive... bezel button, and then press the Quick Format bezel
button to format the disk drive. This will open the confirmation dialog box.
Press the OK bezel button to execute the operation.
During the operation, the message “Executing... xx %” will appear.
4. Press the Previous bezel button, and then press the Exit bezel button to exit
the Service menu.
Reinstalling the
FactoryĆsupplied Files
Perform the following procedure to reinstall the factory-supplied files (test40.trp,
test64.trp, sample1.trp, sample2.trp, and insert.eit) on the data hard disks:
1. Insert the Maintenance CD-R into the CD-ROM drive on the PC.
2. Using the file transfer command (PC to MTG...) of the MTG Comm+
application, download the following four files to /main/usr/ts directory in
the MPEG generator:
test40.trp
test64.trp
sample1.trp
sample2.trp
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3. Using the file transfer command (PC to MTG...) of the MTG Comm+
application, download the following one file to /main/usr/insert directory in
the MPEG generator:
insert.eit
System Hard Disk Drive
. When you replace the system hard disk drive, none of the files stored on
the data hard disks can be recognized. Therefore, when you replace the system
hard disk drive only, you must also reformat the data hard disks and reinstall all
the files on them.
Backing up the Files
Stored on the Data Hard
Disks
Before removing the system hard disk drive, you should save all the transport
stream, insertion, and preset files (except for the factory-supplied files) stored on
the data hard disks to the hard disk on the PC.
Perform the following steps to upload a transport stream file, insertion file, or
preset file from the MPEG generator to the PC:
. Refer to the Appendix B: Using MTG Comm+ for File Transfer in the
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator User Manual for setting the Ethernet
network parameters and operating the MTG Comm + application.
1. Connect your PC and MPEG generator using a 10BASE-T crossover
Ethernet cable, and then set the Ethernet network parameters for the MPEG
generator and MTG Comm+ application.
2. Start the MTG Comm+ application.
3. In the List view of the MTG Comm+ application, select the file you want to
upload to the PC.
4. Select MTG to PC... from the File pull-down menu to open the Save As
dialog box.
5. In the Save As dialog box, specify the destination folder for the file you are
going to upload to your PC.
6. Click the Save button to upload the file from the MPEG generator to your
PC.
7. Repeat steps 3 through 6 as required until you have backed up all the files
you want to reinstall later.
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Replacing the Hard Disk Drive(s)
Formatting the Data Hard
Disks
After you have installed the system hard disk drive properly, perform the
following procedure to format the data hard disks:
1. Select Service... from the Utility pull-down menu of the MPEG generator.
This will open the Enter Password: dialog box.
2. In this dialog box, enter “3341344803”, and then press the OK bezel button.
This will open the Service dialog box.
3. Press the TS Drive... bezel button, and then press the Quick Format bezel
button to format the disk drive. This will open the confirmation dialog box.
Press the OK bezel button to execute the operation.
During the operation, the message “Executing... xx %” will appear.
4. Press the Previous bezel button, and then press the Exit bezel button to exit
the Service menu.
Reinstalling the
FactoryĆsupplied Files
Perform the following procedure to reinstall the factory-supplied files (test40.trp,
test64.trp, sample1.trp, sample2.trp, and insert.eit) on the data hard disks.
1. Insert the Maintenance CD-R (Tektronix part no. 063-3347-XX) into the
CD-ROM drive on the PC.
2. Using the file transfer command (PC to MTG...) of the MTG Comm+
application, download the following four files to /main/usr/ts directory in
the MPEG generator:
test40.trp
test64.trp
sample1.trp
sample2.trp
3. Using the file transfer command (PC to MTG...) of the MTG Comm+
application, download the following one file to /main/usr/insert directory in
the MPEG generator:
insert.eit
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Hardware Device Error Codes
This subsection describes the hardware device error codes displayed on the
screen during operation. These error codes appear in the dialog box as a error
message with the following form:
“Internal error occurred : <error code>”
The hardware device error code is composed of a 32-bit number and can be
divided into four blocks as shown in Figure 6-42.
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! Figure 6Ć42: Organization of the device error codes
The device ID and error type are classified as follows:
Device ID :
1 – Hard Disk Controller
2 – Change Packet
3 – Change Word
Error type :
1 – Communication errors
2 – File operation errors
3 – Syntax errors
4 – Command execution errors
5 – Device execution errors
F – Other errors
Table 6-10 lists the hardware device error codes.
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Table 6Ć10: Hardware device error codes
Error code
Symptom
Possible Causes
Solution
Common with Hard Disk Controller, Change Packet, and Change Word
0xX1XXXX01
The device is not ready.
(1) The MPU system of the device
does not work properly.
(2) The buffer memory for commuĆ
nication is faulty.
y
Reset the instrument. If this error
occurs ffrequently, replace the A10
Main board.
board
0xX1XXXX02
The device is busy.
0xX1XXXX04
Communication error 1 occurs.
0xX1XXXX08
Communication error 2 occurs.
0xX1XXXX10
Communication timeĆout occurs.
0x2XXXX000xX2XXXXFF
Cannot access the system hard disk
drive.
(1) The temporary file created when Reset the instrument. If this error
the firmware, FPGA data, and SI
occurs frequently, replace the system
data is downloaded could not be
hard disk drive.
created.
(2) The specified data file could not
be opened when the firmware, FPGA
data, and SI data was downloaded.
0xX3XXXX000xX3XXXXFF
Command syntax error occurs.
A command was implemented
incorrectly (software bugs).
Update the related programs.
0xX3XXXXFF
An undefined command is pubĆ
lished.
0xX4XXXX000xX4XXXXFF
A command aborts.
(1) A command execution quitted
unexpectedly.
(2) The GUI, operating system,
firmware, and FPGA data was not
written in the flash ROM normally
when they were updated.
Reset the instrument. If this error
occurs frequently, replace the A10
Main board.
Hard Disk Controller
0x15400000
An unknown error occurs.
An error in the firmware.
0x15400100
A command for the data hard disk
drives aborts.
A bus error or interface error in the
hard disk controller was occurred.
0x15410100
An error occurs at the SCSI interĆ
face.
The data hard disk drives or interĆ
connection cables are faulty.
Check the interconnection cables
between the data hard disk drives
and A10 or A40 boards (W320,
W051, W340, W321, W052, and
W341). See Figure 9Ć2.
0x15410200
Response from the data hard disk
drives is too slow.
The data hard disk drives are faulty.
Perform the Scandisk commands
from the Service menu to check and
restore the disk drives. If this error
occurs frequently, replace the data
hard disk drives.
0x15410300
An logical error occurs in the file
system used in the data hard disk
drives.
Data area that manages transport
stream file information is faulty.
(1) Perform the Scandisk commands
from the Service menu. (2) Perform
the Format commands from the
Service menu. (3) Replace the data
hard disk drives.
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Table 6Ć10: Hardware device error codes (Cont.)
Error code
Symptom
Possible Causes
Solution
0x25400100
A nonĆtransport stream packet is
detected.
A nonĆtransport stream packet data
was transferred to the input buffer of
the Change Packet.
Reset the instrument.
0x25400200
Packet transfer timeĆout occurs.
A packet could not be transferred
from the input buffer of the Change
Packet or SI RAM to the input buffer
of the Change Word in the specified
time.
Reset the instrument. If this error
occurs frequently, replace the A10
Main board.
0x25400300
Input data can not be flushed.
The flush operation of the data in the
input buffer of the Change Packet
did not end in the specified time.
Reset the instrument. If this error
occurs frequently, replace the A10
Main board.
0x25400400,
0x25400500
There are too many tasks to operate.
The number of tasks that the
Change Packet can handle exceedĆ
ed the maximum value (255).
Reduce the tasks.
0x35400100
A nonĆtransport stream packet is
detected.
A nonĆtransport stream packet data
was transferred to the input buffer of
the Change Word.
Reset the instrument.
0x35400200
Packet transfer timeĆout occurs.
A packet could not be transferred
from the input buffer of the Change
Word to the output buffer of the
Change Word in the specified time.
Reset the instrument. If this error
occurs frequently, replace the A10
Main board.
0x35400300
Input data can not be flushed.
The flush operation of the data in the
input buffer of the Change Word did
not end in the specified time.
Reset the instrument. If this error
occurs frequently, replace the A10
Main board.
Change Packet
Change Word
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Error Messages
Table 6-11 lists instrument error messages that appear during operation. These
messages are displayed in the pop-up message box.
If any of these errors is detected while a transport stream is output, the output is
stopped. Press the OK bezel button or START/STOP button to restart the
output.
Table 6Ć11: Error messages
Error message
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Table 6Ć11: Error messages (cont.)
Error message
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(! #
( ' &!"!
( ( " ( $ (" " " " '
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(% !'!" ( !! (
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("% ! # (% "% (% ( ( ( ( !$ (% "
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Table 6Ć11: Error messages (cont.)
Error message
Hardware control update failure";
Cannot create SI template";
Cannot load SI template";
PID already exist";
PID not exist";
Cannot reject";
Exceed replace limitation";
Already replaced";
Cannot detect packet size";
Output buffer not ready";
HDC cannot start";
CP cannot start";
CW cannot start";
Stopped by PLL unlocked";
Stopped by output buffer empty";
Internal error occurred : <hardware device error code>";
For detailed information about the hardware device error code,
refer to Hardware Device Error Codes on page 6Ć77.
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Options and Accessories
This section describes the various options as well as the standard and optional
accessories that are available for the MTG100 and MTG300 MPEG Generator.
Options
The options available for the MTG100 and MTG300 MPEG Generators are
shown in Table 7-1.
Table 7Ć1: Options
Options
Description
Option 1R
(Rackmount)
MPEG generator comes configured for installation in a 19 inch
wide instrument rack. For later field conversions, order kit #
040Ć1665ĆXX.
Option D1
(Test data report)
A report with the calibration test data for the instrument is
provided when this option is specified. (Test equipment used is
calibrated according to Japanese national standards. Most
metrology labs recognize the Japanese standards as equivalent to
U. S. NIST standards.)
Standard Accessories
The MPEG generator comes standard with the accessories listed in Table 7-2.
Table 7Ć2: Standard accessories
Accessory
Part number
User manual
071Ć0615ĆXX
MTG Comm file transfer application software disk , 3.5 inch
063Ć3276ĆXX
Interface cable, DĆsub 25Ćpin, twisted pair
174Ć3882Ć01
U.S. power cord
161Ć0230Ć01
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Optional Accessories
You can also order the optional accessories listed in Table 7-3.
Table 7Ć3: Optional accessories
7Ć2
Accessory
Part number
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Electrical Parts List
The modules that make up this instrument are often a combination of mechanical
and electrical subparts. Therefore, all replaceable modules are listed in section
10, Mechanical Parts List. Refer to that section for part numbers when using
this manual.
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Diagrams
This section contains the following diagrams:
Block Diagram of the MPEG generator.
Interconnect Diagram of the MPEG generator.
Block diagrams show the modules and functional blocks in the MPEG generator.
Interconnect diagrams show how the modules in the MPEG generator connect
together.
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ASI OUT
Inserter
Card Edge
Card Edge
Output
Buffer
Card Edge
EXT 27MHz
REF IN
Change
Word
CPU
Board
LAN Board
SSI OUT
Output
PCI Back Plane
ECL/TTL/LVDS
OUT
Clock
ECL
CONTROL
A20 Interface Board
Change
Packet
Hard Disk
Controller
Data HDD
A10 Main Board
Terminator
Data HDD
ETHERNET
Terminator
VGA
Solid State Disk
A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface Board)
KEYBOARD
SERIAL
Backlight
Board
Power Supply
(12 V)
Power Supply
(5 V)
Fan
System HDD
Fan
Floppy Disk Drive
LCD Display
A35 Power Switch
A30 Front Panel Board
Principal Power
Switch
Rotary Encoder
Figure 9Ć1: MTG100 and MTG300 block diagram
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W160
J4002
ASI OUT
W170
J4000
PCI Backplane
Card Edge
Card Edge
Card Edge
J4004
J100
CPU Board
A20 Interface
3
LAN Board
Board
J300
10
34
16
50
44
8
J110
W100
J120
J130
W090
W331
J060
W180
26
W190
10
J2100
ECL/TTL/LVDS
OUT
68
J2300
J0600
EXT 27MHz
REF IN
68
W320
ECL
CONTROL
W321
A10 Main Board
4
W070
J160
Data HDD
Data HDD
10
W350
W060
J150
2
W051
4
W340
J010 J015
J0740
Terminator
2
W052
W341
J020
Terminator
J025
ETHERNET
VGA
Solid State Disk
J100
100
J0602
16
W150
J140
J201
W330
J0740
20
W110 W120 W130 W140
J200
J3702
80
SSI OUT
W200
J3700
A40 MISC (Power Distribution & Interface Board)
KEYBOARD
J050
J030
J040
J041
8
2
4
W030
W041
J295
J290
J280
J270
J260
SERIAL
J250
W270
4
6
W040
2
W291
W050
System HDD
Power Supply
(12 V)
Power Supply
(5 V)
2
26
Backlight
Board
W290
2
2
W011
Principal Power
Switch
W012
2
W250
Fan
Floppy Disk Drive
W020
W260
W280
Fan
26
31
LCD Display
A30 Front Panel
Board
J300
2
J310
A35 Power Switch
W310
4
1
W010
Rotary Encoder
Figure 9Ć2: MTG100 and MTG300 interconnect diagram
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Mechanical Parts List
This section contains a list of the replaceable modules for the MPEG generator.
Use this list to identify and order replacement parts.
Parts Ordering Information
Replacement parts are available through your local Tektronix field office or
representative.
Changes to Tektronix products are sometimes made to accommodate improved
components as they become available and to give you the benefit of the latest
improvements. Therefore, when ordering parts, it is important to include the
following information in your order.
Part number (see Part Number Revision Level below)
Instrument type or model number
Instrument serial number
Instrument modification number, if applicable
If you order a part that has been replaced with a different or improved part, your
local Tektronix field office or representative will contact you concerning any
change in part number.
Change information, if any, is located at the rear of this manual.
Part Number Revision
Level
Tektronix part numbers contain two digits that show the revision level of the
part. For most parts in this manual, you will find the letters XX in place of the
revision level number.
670-7918-03
670-7918-XX
When you order parts, Tektronix will provide you with the most current part for
your product type, serial number, and modification (if applicable). At the time of
your order, Tektronix will determine the part number revision level needed for
your product, based on the information you provide.
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Mechanical Parts List
Module Servicing
Modules can be serviced by selecting one of the following three options. Contact
your local Tektronix service center or representative for repair assistance.
Module Exchange. In some cases you may exchange your module for a remanufactured module. These modules cost significantly less than new modules and
meet the same factory specifications. For more information about the module
exchange program, call 1–800–833–9200. Outside North America, contact a
Tektronix sales office or distributor; see the Tektronix web site for a list of
offices: www.tektronix.com
Module Repair and Return. You may ship your module to us for repair, after which
we will return it to you.
New Modules. You may purchase replacement modules in the same way as other
replacement parts.
Using the Replaceable Parts List
This section contains a list of the mechanical and/or electrical components that
are replaceable for the MPEG generator. Use this list to identify and order
replacement parts. The following table describes each column in the parts list.
Parts list column descriptions
Column
Column name
Description
1
Figure & Index Number
Items in this section are referenced by figure and index numbers to the exploded view
illustrations that follow.
2
Tektronix Part Number
Use this part number when ordering replacement parts from Tektronix.
3 and 4
Serial Number
Column three indicates the serial number at which the part was first effective. Column four
indicates the serial number at which the part was discontinued. No entries indicates the part is
good for all serial numbers.
5
Qty
This indicates the quantity of parts used.
6
Name & Description
An item name is separated from the description by a colon (:). Because of space limitations, an
item name may sometimes appear as incomplete. Use the U.S. Federal Catalog handbook
H6-1 for further item name identification.
7
Mfr. Code
This indicates the code of the actual manufacturer of the part.
8
Mfr. Part Number
This indicates the actual manufacturer's or vendor's part number.
Abbreviations
10Ć2
Abbreviations conform to American National Standard ANSI Y1.1–1972.
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Mfr. Code to Manufacturer
Cross Index
The table titled Manufacturers Cross Index shows codes, names, and addresses
of manufacturers or vendors of components listed in the parts list.
Manufacturers cross index
Mfr.
code
Manufacturer
Address
City, state, zip code
S3109
FELLER
72 VERONICA AVE
UNIT 4
SUMMERSET NJ 08873
TK0191
TEKTRONIX JAPAN
PO BOX 5209
TOKYO INTERNATIONAL
TOKYO JAPAN 100-31
TK2432
UNION ELECTRIC
15/F #1, FU-SHING N. ROAD
TAIPEI, TAIWAN ROC
2W733
BELDEN CORPORATION
2200 US HIGHWAY 27 SOUTH
PO BOX 1980
RICHMOND IN 47375-0010
80009
TEKTRONIX INC
14150 SW KARL BRAUN DR
PO BOX 500
BEAVERTON, OR 97077-0001
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Replaceable parts list
Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix part
number
10-1-1
390-1202-XX
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Qty
Name & description
Mfr.
code
1
CABINET,ASSY:MTG100/300,AL
80009
-2
211-0945-XX
6
SCREW,MACHINE:M4X8MM L,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS REC
80009
-3
334-1378-XX
1
MARKER,IDENT:MKD SERIAL NO.
80009
-4
161-0230-01
1
CABLE ASSY,PWR,:3,18 AWG,92 L,SVT,TAN,60 DEG
(STANDARD ACCESSORY)
TK2432
-5
348-1644-XX
35
CM
GASKET,SHIELD,BE-CU,609.6MM L,W/ADHESIVE
80009
-6
335-0047-XX
1
MARKER,IDENT:MKD,MTG300,POLYCARBONATE
80009
335-0082-XX
1
MARKER,IDENT:MKD,MTG100,POLYCARBONATE
80009
-7
211-0941-XX
6
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,FLH,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS
REC
80009
-8
211-0785-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,FLH,STL,BLK ZN PL,CROSS
REC
80009
-9
348-A125-XX
1
FOOT,CABINET:FOOT SET,W/STAND
80009
10Ć4
Mfr. part number
ORDER BY DESC
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
Mechanical Parts List
Figure 10Ć1: Cabinet
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
10Ć5
Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list
Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix part
number
10-2-1
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Qty
Name & description
Mfr.
code
200-4562-XX
1
COVER,FRONT:TV GRAY,ABS
80009
-2
366-0811-XX
1
PUSH BUTTON:SET,SILVER GRAY,ABS
80009
-3
-4
671-4908-XX
253-A010-XX
1
2
CM
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:A35 PW_SWITCH,389-A928-00 WIRED
TAPE;PRESS SENS,PTFE,0.18 MM THK X 25MM W X 10CM
L
80009
80009
-5
213-1127-XX
1
SCREW,TPG:M3X8MM L,PNH,STL,BLK ZN PL,CROSS REC
80009
-6
378-0472-XX
1
FILTER,LT,CRT:SMOKE GRAY,ACRILIC,WITH AR FILM
80009
-7
213-1126-XX
4
SCREW,TPG:M3X8MM L,FLH,STL,BLK ZN PL,CROSS REC
80009
-8
366-0812-XX
1
PUSH BUTTON,RUBBER SWITCH:SET,SILVER
GRAY,SILICON RUBBER
80009
-9
213-1127-XX
6
SCREW,TPG:M3X8MM L,PNH,STL,BLK ZN PL,CROSS REC
80009
-10
671-4907-XX
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:A30 FRONT,389-A926-XX WIRED
80009
-11
260-2701-XX
1
SWITCH,ROTARY
80009
-12
214-3953-XX
1
SPRING,KNOB:9.3MM ODX2.4MM L,SST
80009
-13
214-4938-XX
8
SPRING,HLCPS:5MM ODX19MM L,SST
80009
-14
333-4342-XX
1
PANEL,FRONT:KEYBOARD,MTG100,POLYCARBONATE
80009
333-4353-XX
1
PANEL,FRONT:KEYBOARD,MTG300,POLYCARBONATE
80009
-15
386-7159-XX
1
SUBPANEL,FRONT:AL
80009
-16
211-0871-XX
2
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,PNH,STL,ZN PL,CROSS
REC,W/FLAT(7MM OD) & LOCK WASHER
80009
10Ć6
Mfr. part number
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
Mechanical Parts List
A30
A35 Figure 10Ć2: Front panel unit
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
10Ć7
Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list
Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix part
number
10-3-1
-2
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Mfr.
code
Qty
Name & description
386-7162-XX
211-0871-XX
1
2
SUPPORT,FDD:FRONT LEFT,AL
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,PNH,STL,ZN PL,CROSS
REC,W/FLAT (7MM OD) & LOCK WASHER
80009
80009
-3
-4
-5
119-5953-XX
407-4737-XX
211-0854-XX
1
1
2
FLOPPY DISK DRIVE:3.5 INCH
BRACKET,FDD:AL
SCREW,MACHINE:M2.6X4MM L,BDGH,STL,MFZN-C,CLOSS
REC,JIS B1111
80009
80009
80009
-6
253-A010-XX
5
CM
TAPE;PRESS SENS,PTFE,0.18 MM THK X 25MM W X 10CM
L
80009
-7
211-0941-XX
1
SCRE,MACHINE:M2.5X8MM L, PNH,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS
REC
80009
-8
211-0854-XX
2
SCREW,MACHINE:M2.6X4MM L,BDGH,STL,MFZN-C,CLOSS
REC,JIS B1111
80009
-9
255-1107-XX
8
CM
PLASTIC CHANNEL:1.7MMX3.7MMX4.0MM,NATURAL,NYLON
80009
-10
-11
-12
-13
343-1182-XX
343-1084-XX
119-B122-XX
211-A152-XX
2
2
1
2
CLAMP,LOOP:10MM ID,66NYLON
CLAMP,FLAT CABLE:NYLON
INVERTER UNIT:5V,1.9W,FOR LCD MODULE
SCREW,MACHINE:M2.5X8MM L,PNH,STL,NI PL,CROSS
REC,W/KOGATAMARU & LOCK WASHER
80009
80009
80009
80009
-14
-15
337-4215-XX
211-0871-XX
1
2
SHIELD,ELEC:LCD HV BOARD,AL
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,PNH,STL,ZN PL,CROSS
REC,W/FLAT (7MM OD) & LOCK WASHER
80009
80009
-16
441-2195-XX
1
CHASSIS ASSY:MAIN,AL
80009
-17
-18
-19
-20
-21
-22
334-0472-XX
174-4029-XX
174-4306-XX
174-4304-XX
174-4305-XX
129-1051-XX
5
2
1
1
1
4
BUSHING,NYLON,GRAY
CA ASSY,RF:75OHM COAX,10CM L,BLACK
CA ASSY,RF:50OHM COAX,60MM L,8-N
CABLE ASSY:DSUB 25P
CABLE ASSY:DSUB 9P
SPACER,POST:4.8MM L,4-40INT/4-40EXT,STL 4.8MM HEX
W/WASHER
80009
80009
80009
80009
80009
80009
-23
-24
-25
-26
220-0242-XX
220-0241-XX
174-4311-XX
211-1096-XX
1
1
2
8
NUT,PLATE:D-SUB 25,#4-40,AL
NUT,PLATE:D-SUB 9,#4-40,AL
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:2,15CM L,W/FAN
SCREW,MACHINE:M4X30MM L,PNH,STL,ZN PL,CROSS
REC,W/FLAT & LOCK WASHER
80009
80009
80009
80009
-27
-28
200-4573-XX
671-4953-XX
2
2
COVER,AIR:CHAMBER,AL
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:A50 SCSI TERMINATION,MTG300,
389-B004-XX WIRED
80009
80009
-29
-30
211-0945-XX
255-1107-XX
4
26
CM
SCREW,MACHINE:M4X8MM L,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS REC
PLASTIC CHANNEL:1.7MMX3.7MMX4.0MM,NATURAL,NYLON
80009
80009
-31
255-1107-XX
12
CM
PLASTIC CHANNEL:1.7MMX3.7MMX4.0MM,NATURAL,NYLON
80009
-32
211-0905-XX
1
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,PNH,STL MFZN-C,CROSS
REC
80009
-33
119-B121-XX
1
LCD MODULE:6.4 INCH,TFT,640X480,VGA
80009
10Ć8
Mfr. part number
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list (Cont.)
Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix part
number
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Qty
Name & description
Mfr.
code
-34
211-A152-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M2.5X8MM L,PNH,STL,NI PL,CROSS
REC,W/KOGATAMARU & LOCK WASHER
80009
-35
348-A120-XX
12
CM
GASKET,SHIELD; CONDUCTIVE URETHAN FOAM, 2MM X
4MM, W/ADHESIVE SIWD
80009
11
12
13
14
15
Mfr. part number
17
10
16
18
18
1
3
6
20
19
21
22
8
7
9
2
19
30
23
24
4
35
5
32
34
17
33
25
28
31
29
Data hard disk drive
See Figure 10Ć4 for
detailed view
27
26
Figure 10Ć3: Internal modules and rear connectors
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
10Ć9
Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list
Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix part
number
10-4-1
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Qty
Name & description
Mfr.
code
119-B084-XX
2
HARD DISK UNIT:18GB,3.5INCH,ULTRA SCSI
80009
-2
386-7230-XX
2
PLATE:3.5" HARD DISK,AL
80009
-3
407-4761-XX
2
BRACKET,HDD:MOUNTING,AL
80009
-4
214-4924-XX
8
PAD,CUSHIONING:14.3MM DIA X 8MM H,POLYURETHANE
80009
-5
129-1527-XX
8
SPACER,SLEEVE:7.5MM L X 4MM ID X 5.3MM
OD,STL,MFZN-C
80009
-6
210-0949-XX
8
WASHER,FLAT:0.141 ID X 0.5 OD X 0.062,BRS NP
80009
-7
211-0511-XX
8
SCREW,MACHINE:6-32 X 0.5,PNH,STL CD PL,POZ
80009
-8
211-0871-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS REC
80009
-9
407-A629-XX
2
BRACKET,SCSI CONN
80009
-10
384-A220-XX
2
SHAFT,SCSI CONN
80009
-11
211-0946-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X10MM L,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS REC
80009
-12
211-0945-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M4X8MM L,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS REC
80009
-13
386-7175-XX
1
PLATE:CHASSIS,BOTTOM
80009
-14
119-B187-XX
1
HARD DISK UNIT:3.5INCH,41.17GB,ATA-100,7200RPM
80009
-15
386-7230-XX
1
PLATE:3.5" HARD DISK:AL
80009
-16
214-4924-XX
4
PAD,CUSHIONING:14.3MM DIA X 8MM H,POLYURETHANE
80009
-17
129-1527-XX
4
SPACER,SLEEVE:7.5MM L X 4MM ID X 5.3MM
OD,STL,MFZN-C
80009
-18
210-0949-XX
4
WASHER,FLAT:0.141 ID X 0.5 OD X 0.062,BRS NP
80009
-19
211-0511-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:6-32 X 0.5,PNH,STL CD PL,POZ
80009
10Ć10
Mfr. part number
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
Mechanical Parts List
Figure 10Ć4: Hard disk drives
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
10Ć11
Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list
Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix part
number
10-5-1
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Qty
Name & description
Mfr.
code
671-4905-XX
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:A10,MAIN,389-A923-00 WIRED
80009
-2
211-0871-XX
16
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,PNH,STL,ZN PL,CROSS
REC,W/FLAT(7MM OD) & LOCK WASHER
80009
-3
441-2196-XX
1
CHASSIS ASSY:TOP,AL
80009
-4
119-6141-XX
1
PRE-SET:MEMORY MODULE,AX-SSD-10D
80009
-5
671-4909-XX
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:A40,MISC,389-A925-XX WIRED
80009
-6
342-1070-XX
1
INSULATOR,PLATE:A40 BOARD,POLYCARBONETE
80009
-7
211-0946-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X10MM L,PNH,STL,ZN PL,CROSS
REC,W/FLAT(7MM OD) & LOCK WASHER
80009
10Ć12
Mfr. part number
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
Mechanical Parts List
Figure 10Ć5: Board modules and inner units
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
10Ć13
Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list
Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix part
number
10-6-1
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Qty
Name & description
Mfr.
code
441-2197-XX
1
CSASSIS ASSY:CPU,AL
80009
-2
343-1651-XX
1
RETAINER,BOARD:CPU
80009
-3
211-0751-XX
1
SCREW,ASSEM WSHR:M3X8MM,PNH,STL ZN PL,W/FLAT &
LOCK WSHR
80009
-4
211-0871-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,PNH,STL,ZN PL,CROSS
REC,W/FLAT(7MM OD) & LOCK WASHER
80009
-5
119-6139-XX
1
COMPUTER KIT:BACK PLANE BD,3SLOT,PCI BUS
80009
-6
119-6137-XX
1
PRE-SET COMPUTER KIT:CPU BD,HALF SIZE,119-A973-00
PRE-SET
80009
-7
119-6138-XX
1
COMPUTER KIT:LAN BD,10BASE-T,PCI,HALF SIZE
80009
-8
211-0871-XX
3
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,PNH,STL,ZN PL,CROSS
REC,W/FLAT(7MM OD) & LOCK WASHER
80009
-9
671-4906-XX
1
CIRCUIT BD ASSY:A20,PCI_INTERFACE,MTG300,
389-A924-XX WIRED
80009
-10
211-0871-XX
2
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,PNH,STL,ZN PL,CROSS
REC,W/FLAT(7MM OD) & LOCK WASHER
80009
-11
407-4736-XX
1
BRACKET,BOARD:CKT BD A20,AL
80009
10Ć14
Mfr. part number
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
Mechanical Parts List
Figure 10Ć6: CPU unit
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
10Ć15
Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list
Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix part
number
10-7-1
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Qty
Name & description
Mfr.
code
119-6143-XX
1
POWER SUPPLY:INPUT 85-264VAC,OUTPUT 5VDC,60A
80009
-2
343-1182-XX
1
CLAMP,LOOP:10MM ID,66NYLON
80009
-3
119-6144-XX
1
POWER SUPPLY:INPUT 85-264VAC,OUTPUT 12VDC,6.3A
80009
-4
211-0945-XX
1
SCREW,MACHINE:M4X8MM L,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS REC
80009
-5
210-0008-XX
1
WASHER,LOCK:#8 INTL,0.02 THK,STL CD PL
80009
-6
260-2740-XX
1
SWITCH,ROCKER:DPST,250VAC,6A W/I-O MKD
80009
-7
119-2683-XX
1
FILTER,RFI:6A,250VAC,50/60HZ
80009
-8
211-1040-XX
2
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X8MM L,FLH,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS
REC
80009
-9
407-4735-XX
1
BRACKET,ANGLE:POWER SUPPLY,AL
80009
-10
211-0751-XX
3
SCREW,,ASSEM WSHR:M3X8MM,PNH,STL ZN PL,W/FLAT &
LOCK WSHR
80009
-11
211-0945-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M4X8MM L,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS REC
80009
10Ć16
Mfr. part number
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
Mechanical Parts List
Figure 10Ć7: Power supply unit
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
10Ć17
Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list
Fig. &
index
number
Tektronix part
number
10-8-1
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Qty
Name & description
Mfr.
code
351-0623-XX
1
SLIDE,DWR,EXT:22.0X1.54,STEELSAFETY CONTROLLED
80009
-2
211-0945-XX
6
SCREW,MACHINE:M4X8MM L,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS REC
80009
-3
367-0520-XX
2
HANDLE,BOW:100MM L,BLACK,BRASS
80009
-4
407-4760-XX
2
BRACKET,ANGLE:SIDE,RACKMOUNT,AL
80009
-5
212-A009-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M5X10MM L,FLH,STL,NI PL,CROSS REC
80009
-6
211-0945-XX
8
SCREW,MACHINE:M4X8MM L,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS REC
80009
-7
351-0104-XX
1
SL SECT,DWR EXT:12.625 L,W/OHARDWARESAFETY
CONTROLLED
80009
-8
390-1203-XX
1
CABINET,ASSY:RACKMOUNT,AL
80009
-9
211-0785-XX
4
SCREW,MACHINE:M3X6MM L,FLH,STL,BLK ZN PL,CROSS
REC
80009
-10
211-0945-XX
6
SCREW,MACHINE:M4X8MM L,STL,MFZN-C,CROSS REC
80009
-11
334-1377-XX
1
MARKER,IDENT:MKD TEKTRONIX JAPAN, LTD.
MADE IN JAPAN
80009
10Ć18
Mfr. part number
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
Mechanical Parts List
Figure 10Ć8: Rack mount
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual
10Ć19
Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list
CompoĆ
nent
number
Tektronix
part number
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Qty
Name & description
Mfr.
code
Mfr.
part number
CABLE ASSEMBLIES **
W010
196-3112-XX
1
LEAD,ELECTRICAL:18AWG,6.0L,5-4,W/LUG TERM
80009
W011
174-4288-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:2,18AWG,30CM L,W/CONN
80009
W012
174-4317-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:2,AWG18,12CM L/W/FASTON
80009
W020
174-4289-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:2,AWG18,20CM L,W/CONN
80009
W030
174-4290-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:8,AWG18-22,15CM L,W/CONN
80009
W040
174-4291-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:4,AWG12,28CM L,W/LUG
80009
W041
174-4292-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:2,AWG26,20CM L,W/CONN
80009
W050
174-4293-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:4,AWG18,20CM L,W/CONN
80009
W051
174-4294-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:4,AWG18,10CM L,W/CONN
80009
W052
174-4294-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:4,AWG18,10CM L,W/CONN
80009
W060
174-4295-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:3,AWG18,25CM L,W/CONN
80009
W070
174-4296-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:10,AWG18,15CM L,W/CONN
80009
W090
174-4297-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:44,AWG28,IDE CABLE,50 CM
80009
W100
174-4298-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:20CON/9CON/15CON,AWG26,23CM L
80009
W110
174-4299-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:10,AWG28,10CM L,FLAT
80009
W120
174-4300-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:34,AWG28,10CM L,FLAT
80009
W130
174-4301-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:16,AWG28,15CM L,FLAT
80009
W140
174-4302-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:50,AWG28,20CM L,FLAT,1MM
80009
W150
174-4303-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:8,AWG28,30CML,W/TMP88P-88P
80009
W160
174-4029-XX
1
CA ASSY,RF:75 OHM COAX,10CM L,BLACK
80009
W170
174-4029-XX
1
CA ASSY,RF:75 OHM COAX,10CM L,BLACK
80009
W180
174-4304-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:26,AWG28,10CM L,FLAT,W/D-SUB
80009
W190
174-4305-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:10,AWG28,10CM L,FLAT,W/D-SUB
80009
W200
174-4306-XX
1
CA ASSY,RF:50OHM COAX,60MM L,8-N
80009
W250
174-4307-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:26,AWG28,10CM L,FLAT
80009
W260
174-4308-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:31,AWG28,35CM L,W/CONN
80009
W270
174-4309-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:6,AWG26,35CMĂL,RIBBON,W/HOLDER,
1MM PIT
80009
W280
174-4310-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:26,450MM L,FLAT FLEX
80009
W290
174-4311-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:2,15CM L,W/FAN
80009
W291
174-4311-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:2,15CM L,W/FAN
80009
W310
174-4312-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:2,AWG26,25CM L
80009
W320
174-4313-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:68,AWG30,15CM L,FLAT
80009
W321
174-4313-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:68,AWG30,15CM L,FLAT
80009
W330
174-4314-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:80,AWG32,15CM L,FLAT
80009
W331
174-4315-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:100,AWG32,30CM L,FLAT
80009
W340
174-4316-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:2,AWG28,20CM L,W/CONN
80009
W341
174-4316-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:2,AWG28,20CM L,W/CONN
80009
W350
174-4301-XX
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:16,AWG28,15CM L,FLAT
80009
**
For cable interconnections, see Figure 9Ć2.
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Mechanical Parts List
Replaceable parts list (Cont.)
CompoĆ
nent
number
Tektronix
part number
Serial no.
effective
Serial no.
discont'd
Mfr.
code
Mfr.
part number
Qty
Name & description
063-3276-XX
1
SOFTWARE PKG:3.5 INCH DISK,DOWNLOADER
TK0191
071-0615-XX
1
MANUAL,TECH:USERS
TK0191
174-3882-01
1
CA ASSY,SP,ELEC:12 PAIR TWIST,W/SHIELD,100CM L
80009
-----------
1
CABLE ASSY,PWR,:3,18 AWG,92 L
(STANDARD CABLE-SEE FIG 10-1-4)
80009
161-0104-05
1
CABLE ASSY,PWR,:3,1.0MM SQ,,250V/10A,2.5M
(OPTION A3-AUSTRALIAN)
S3109
198-010
161-0104-06
1
CABLE ASSY,PWR,:3,1.0MM SQ,250V/10A,2.5M
(OPTION A1-EUROPEAN)
S3109
198-010
161-0104-07
1
CABLE ASSY,PWR,:3,1.0MM SQ,240 V/10A,2.5 M
(OPTION A2-UNITED KINGDOM)
S3109
209010
161-0104-08
1
CABLE ASSY,PWR,:3,18 AWG,250/10A,98 INCH L
(OPTION A4-NORTH AMERICAN)
2W733
ORDER BY DESC
161-0167-00
1
CABLE ASSY,PWR,:3.0 X 0.75,6A,240V,2.5M L
(OPTION A5-SWITZERLAND)
S3109
ORDER BY DESC
040-1665-XX
1
MODULAR KIT:OP-1R,MTG100/300,RACK MOUNT KIT
80009
071-0616-XX
1
MANUAL,TECH:SERVICE,MTG100/300
TK0191
063-3347-XX
1
MAINTENANCE DISK,CD-R,MTG100/300
TK0191
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
174388201
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
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Mechanical Parts List
MTG100 & MTG300 MPEG Generator Service Manual