HP | 8753ES | User's Manual | HP 8753ES User's Manual

specifications
8753ET/ES
Network Analyzers
HP 8753ET and 8753ES Network Analyzers
30 kHz to 3 or 6 GHz
This document describes the performance
and features of the following products:
HP 8753ES S-parameter vector network analyzer
HP 8753ES Option 011 vector network analyzer without test set
HP 8753ET Transmission/reflection vector network analyzer
For more information about these analyzers, please see the following documents:
HP 8753ET and 8753ES Network Analyzers Brochure
HP 8753ET and 8753ES Network Analyzers Configuration Guide
HP literature number
5968-5159E
5968-5158E
Table of contents
Definitions and test conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
System performance summaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Specifications and characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Measurement throughput summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Test set specifications for Option 011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
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Definitions and test conditions
Specifications describe the instrument's warranted
performance after a half-hour warm-up and over the
temperature range of 25 ˚C ± 5 ˚C, unless otherwise
stated. Specifications for frequencies above 3 GHz do
not apply to instruments with Option 075 (75-ohm
impedance).
Supplemental characteristics are typical but non-warranted performance parameters. These are denoted as
“typical,” “nominal,” or “approximate.”
The measurement uncertainty curves and measurement port characteristics given for HP 8753ES
systems also apply to the HP 8753ES with Options 006
and 011 and the HP 85047A test set (50-ohm), or the
HP 8753ES Option 011 with an HP 85046B test set
(75-ohm).
Dynamic range
System dynamic range is calculated as the difference
between the receiver noise floor and the lesser of
either the source maximum output or the receiver
maximum input level. System dynamic range applies to
transmission measurements only, since reflection measurements are limited by directivity.
Noise floor is specified as the mean of the noise trace
over frequency. Noise floor is measured with the test
ports terminated in loads, full two-port error correction for the HP 8753ES and enhanced-response error
correction for the HP 8753ET (with 16 averages used
during isolation), 10 Hz IF bandwidth (BW), maximum
test port power, and no averaging during the measurement.
Measurement uncertainty
Measurement uncertainty curves utilize a Root Sum
Square (RSS) model for the contribution of random
errors such as noise, typical connector repeatabilities,
and test set switching; this is combined with a worstcase model for the contributions of dynamic accuracy
and residual systematic errors.
Curves show the worst-case magnitude and phase
uncertainty for reflection and transmission measurements, after a full two-port error correction for the
HP 8753ES and enhanced-response error correction
for the HP 8753ET (including isolation with an averaging factor of 16) using the specified cal kit, with 10 Hz
IF bandwidth (BW) and no averaging.
Measurement port characteristics
Characteristics show the residual system uncertainties
for uncorrected performance and after accuracy
enhancement using full two-port error correction for
the HP 8753ES and enhanced-response error correction for the HP 8753ET. These characteristics apply
for an environmental temperature of 25 ± 5 ˚C, with
less than 1 ˚C deviation from the calibration temperature. HP 8753ET Option 004 may degrade transmission
source match as much as 2 dB, resulting in up to 0.05
dB additional uncertainty in transmission tracking.
Corrected performance indicates residual error after
calibration. It is determined by the quality of calibration standards, system repeatability, stability, and
noise.
Uncorrected performance indicates intrinsic errors
without calibration correction applied. This is related
to the ultimate stability of a calibration.
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System performance summaries
Measurement port characteristics
HP 8753ES (50-ohm systems)
7-mm test ports
Frequency range
Corrected 30 kHz-300 kHz2 300 kHz-1.3 GHz 1.3 GHz-3 GHz
Directivity
55 dB
55 dB
51 dB
Source match
55 dB
51 dB
49 dB
Load match
55 dB
55 dB
51 dB
Reflection
±(0.001 dB
±(0.001 dB
±(0.005 dB
tracking
+0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.01 dB/˚C)
+0.02 dB/˚C)
Transmission
±(0.008 dB
±(0.006 dB
±(0.009 dB
tracking
+0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.01 dB/˚C) +0.02 dB/˚C)
Uncorrected
Directivity
20 dB*
35 dB
30 dB
Source match
18 dB**
16 dB
16 dB
Load match
18 dB**
18 dB
16 dB
Reflection
±2.5 dB
±1 dB
±1 dB
tracking
Transmission
±2.5 dB
±1 dB
±1 dB
tracking
Crosstalk
90 dB***
100 dB
100 dB
*15 dB, 30 kHz to 50 kHz
**10 dB, 30 kHz to 50 kHz
***60dB, 30 kHz to 50 kHz
Configuration
Network analyzer
HP 8753ES
Standard and Option 006
HP 85031B
HP 11857D
Calibration kit
Test-port cables
System dynamic range
dB1
30 kHz to 50 kHz
50 kHz to 300 kHz
300 kHz to 16 MHz
16 MHz to 3 GHz
Option 014
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Option 014
70
90 dB1
100 dB
110 dB
108 dB
105 dB
103 dB
Reflection uncertainty
Magnitude
Phase
Transmission uncertainty
Magnitude
1.
2.
Phase
Typical below 300 kHz.
Typical performance.
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3 GHz- 6 GHz
46 dB
43 dB
46 dB
±(0.020 dB
+0.03 dB/˚C)
±(0.021 dB
+0.03 dB/˚C)
25 dB
14 dB
14 dB
±1.5 dB
±1.5 dB
90 dB
System performance summaries
Measurement port characteristics
HP 8753ES (50-ohm systems)
Type-N test ports
Frequency range
Corrected
30 kHz-300 kHz2 300 kHz-1.3 GHz 1.3 GHz-3 GHz
Directivity
50 dB
50 dB
47 dB
Source match 49 dB
42 dB
36 dB
Load match
50 dB
50 dB
47 dB
Reflection
±(0.005 dB
±(0.009 dB
±(0.019 dB
tracking
+0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.01 dB/˚C)
+0.02 dB/˚C)
Transmission ±(0.014 dB
±(0.013 dB
±(0.026 dB
tracking
+0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.01 dB/˚C)
+0.02 dB/˚C)
Configuration
Network analyzer
HP 8753ES
Standard and Option 006
HP 85032B
HP 11857D
Calibration kit
Test-port cables
System dynamic range
30 kHz to 50 kHz
50 kHz to 300 kHz
300 kHz to 16 MHz
16 MHz to 3 GHz
Option 014
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Option 014
70 dB1
90 dB1
100 dB
110 dB
108 dB
105 dB
103 dB
Reflection uncertainty
Magnitude
Phase
Transmission uncertainty
Magnitude
Phase
1. Typical below 300 kHz.
2. Typical performance.
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3 GHz-6 GHz
40 dB
31 dB
40 dB
±(0.070 dB
+0.03 dB/˚C)
±(0.065 dB
+0.03 dB/˚C)
System performance summaries
HP 8753ES (50-ohm systems)
3.5-mm test ports
Configuration
Network analyzer
HP 8753ES
Standard and Option 006
HP 85033D
HP 11857D
Calibration kit
Test-port cables
System dynamic range
Measurement port characteristics
Frequency range
Corrected 30 kHz-300 kHz2 300 kHz-1.3 GHz 1.3 GHz-3 GHz 3 GHz-6 GHz
Directivity
49 dB
46 dB
44 dB
38 dB
Source match 49 dB
44 dB
41 dB
37 dB
Load match
49 dB
46 dB
44 dB
38 dB
Reflection
±(0.010 dB ±(0.005 dB
±(0.007 dB
±(0.009 dB
tracking
+0.02/˚C) +0.01/˚C)
+0.02/˚C)
+0.03/˚C)
Transmission
±(0.016 dB ±(0.014 dB
±(0.022 dB
±(0.048 dB
tracking
+0.02/˚C) +0.01/˚C)
+0.02/˚C)
+0.03/˚C)
70 dB1
90 dB1
100 dB
110 dB
108 dB
105 dB
103 dB
30 kHz to 50 kHz
50 kHz to 300 kHz
300 kHz to 16 MHz
16 MHz to 3 GHz
Option 014
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Option 014
Reflection uncertainty
Magnitude
Phase
Transmission uncertainty
Magnitude
Phase
1. Typical below 300 kHz.
2. Typical performance.
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System performance summaries
Measurement port characteristics
HP 8753ES (75-ohm systems)
Type-N test ports
Frequency range
Corrected
30 kHz - 300 kHz2
300 kHz - 1.3 GHz 1.3 GHz - 3 GHz
Directivity
48 dB
48 dB
43 dB
Source match
47 dB
41 dB
35 dB
Load match
48 dB
48 dB
43 dB
Reflection
±(0.004 dB
±(0.010 dB
±(0.019 dB
tracking
+0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.01 dB/˚C)
+0.02 dB/˚C)
Transmission
±0.018 dB
±(0.016 dB
±(0.033 dB
tracking
+0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.01 dB/˚C)
+0.02 dB/˚C)
Uncorrected2 30 kHz - 300 kHz 300 kHz - 1.3 GHz 1.3 GHz - 3 GHz
Directivity
20 dB*
35 dB
30 dB
Source match
16 dB**
16 dB
16 dB
Load match
15 dB**
18 dB
16 dB
Reflection
±2.5 dB
±1 dB
±1 dB
tracking
Transmission
±2.5 dB
±1 dB
±1 dB
tracking
Crosstalk
90 dB***
100 dB
100 dB
Configuration
Network analyzer
Calibration kit
Test-port cables
HP 8753ES Option 075
HP 85036B
HP 11857B
System dynamic range
68 dB1
90 dB1
96 dB
106 dB
30 kHz to 50 kHz
50 kHz to 300 kHz
300 kHz to 16 MHz
16 MHz to 3 GHz
* 15 dB, 30 to 50 kHz
Reflection uncertainty
Magnitude
**10 dB, 30 to 50 kHz
*** 60 dB, 30 to 50 kHz
Phase
Transmission uncertainty
Magnitude
Phase
1. Typical below 300 kHz.
2. Typical performance.
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System performance summaries
HP 8753ES (75-ohm systems)
Type-F test ports
Configuration
Network analyzer
Calibration kit
Test-port cables
HP 8753E Option 075
HP 85039B
HP 11857B
System dynamic range
68 dB1
90 dB1
96 dB
106 dB
30 kHz to 50 kHz
50 kHz to 300 kHz
300 kHz to 16 MHz
16 MHz to 3 GHz
Measurement port characteristics
Data is shown for a Type-F female reflection port and a
Type-F male transmission port.
Corrected2
Directivity
Source match
Load match
Reflection
tracking
Transmission
tracking
Frequency range
30 kHz-300 kHz
300 kHz-1.3 GHz 1.3 GHz-3 GHz
45 dB
45 dB
40 dB
40 dB
40 dB
30 dB
45 dB
45 dB
40 dB
±(0.060 dB
±(0.060 dB
±(0.024 dB
+0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.01 dB/˚C) +0.02 dB/˚C)
±(0.033 dB
±(0.019 dB
±(0.057 dB
+0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.01 dB/˚C) +0.02 dB/˚C)
Reflection uncertainty
Magnitude
Phase
Transmission uncertainty
Magnitude
1. Typical below 300 kHz.
2. Typical performance.
Phase
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System performance summaries
HP 8753ET (50-ohm systems)
Type-N test ports
Configuration
Network analyzer
Calibration kit
Test port cable
HP 8753ET Standard,
Option 006 or Option 004
HP 85032B
HP part number 8120-4781
System dynamic range
300 kHz to 16 MHz
16 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
100 dB
110 dB
105 dB
Measurement port characteristics
Frequency range (continued)
Corrected
300 kHz-1.3 GHz 1.3 GHz-3.0 GHz 3.0 GHz-6.0 GHz
Reflection measurements1
Directivity
50 dB
47 dB
40 dB
Source match
42 dB
36 dB
31 dB
Load match
One-port cal
24 dB
19 dB
16 dB
Enhanced reflection cal 24 dB
19 dB
16 dB
Reflection tracking
±(0.009 dB
±(0.019 dB
±(0.07 dB
+0.01 dB/˚C) +0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.03 dB/˚C)
Transmission measurements2
Source match
Enhanced-response cal 42 dB
36 dB
31 dB
Response-only cal3
25 dB
20 dB
14 dB
Transmission tracking
Enhanced-response cal ±(0.006 dB
±(0.018 dB
±(0.054 dB
+0.01 dB/˚C) +0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.03 dB/˚C)
Response-only cal
±(0.033 dB
±(0.1 dB
±(0.27 dB
+0.01 dB/˚C) +0.02 dB/˚C)
+0.03 dB/˚C)
Frequency range
Uncorrected
300 kHz-1.3 GHz 1.3 GHz-3.0 GHz 3.0 GHz-6.0 GHz
Directivity
30 dB
24 dB
19 dB
Source match4
25 dB
20 dB
14 dB
Load match
24 dB
19 dB
16 dB
Reflection tracking
±1.0 dB
±1.0 dB
±2.0 dB
Transmission tracking
±1.5 dB
±1.5 dB
±2.5 dB
Crosstalk
100 dB
100 dB
90 dB
Transmission uncertainty:
(enhanced-response calibration)
Transmission uncertainty:
(response calibration)
Reflection uncertainty
(one-port calibration)
1. One-port or enhanced-response calibration.
2. Enhanced-response or response-only calibration.
3. 2 dB less with Option 004.
4. Option 004 may degrade uncorrected source match as much as 2 dB.
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HP 8753ES specifications
Test port input characteristics
30 kHz to 3 GHz
Option 006
30 kHz to 6 GHz
Frequency range
Test-port output characteristics7
Frequency characteristics
Range
30 kHz to 3 GHz
Option 006
Resolution
Stability9
Accuracy
Option 1D5
Power range2
Option 075/014
30 kHz to 6 GHz
1 Hz
±7.5 ppm (0˚ to 55 ˚C)
±3 ppm/year
±10 ppm at 25 ˚C ± 5 ˚C
±0.05 ppm (0˚ to 55 ˚C),
±0.5 ppm/year
-85 to +10 dBm
-85 to +8 dBm
Average noise level2,8
<3 GHz
<3 GHz
<3 GHz
3 to 6 GHz
3 to 6 GHz
3 to 6 GHz
Maximum input level
Damage level
Impedance
Option 075
<-82 dBm (3 kHz BW)
<-102 dBm (10 Hz BW)
<-110 dBm (10 Hz BW) typical
<-77 dBm (3 kHz BW)
<-97 dBm (10 Hz BW)
<-105 dBm (10 Hz BW) typical
10 dBm
26 dBm or 35 VDC
50 Ω (nominal)
75 Ω (nominal)
Frequency response2,5
25 dB (typically 31 dB)
0.01 dB
±1.0 dB
-15 dBm to +5 dBm ±0.2 dB
5 dBm to 10 dBm6 ±0.5 dB
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Impedance
50 Ω (nominal)
30 kHz to 3 GHz >16 dB RL (<1.38 SWR)
3 GHz to 6 GHz >14 dB RL (<1.50 SWR)
Option 075
75 Ω (nominal)
30 kHz to 3 GHz >16 dB RL (<1.38 SWR)
Power sweep range
Resolution
Level accuracy1,2,5
Level linearity1,2,5
Spectral purity
2nd harmonic3
Option 002
3rd harmonic4
Option 002
<-40 dBc at 0 dBm9
<-50 dBc at -10 dBm9
<-25 dBc at 10 dBm6
<-40 dBc at 0 dBm9
<-50 dBc at -10 dBm9
<-25 dBc at 10 dBm6
<-55 dBc at -10 dBm
±1.0 dB
±2.0 dB
Internally generated harmonics (Option 002)
2nd harmonic3
<-15 dBc at +8 dBm
3rd harmonic4
<-30 dBc at 0 dBm9
<-45 dBc at -15 dBm9
<-30 dBc at +8 dBm
<-50 dBc at 0 dBm9
<-50 dBc at -15 dBm9
Harmonic measurement accuracy10
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Nonharmonic spurious9
Mixer related
<-30 dBc at 10 dBm6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
±1.5 dB
±3 dB (Option 006)
Harmonic measurement dynamic range
-40 dBc (output = -10 dBm, input = <-15 dBm)9
Frequency offset mode11
Frequency range
300 kHz to 3 GHz
Option 006
300 kHz to 6 GHz
R-channel input requirements
Power level
300 kHz to 3 GHz 0 to -35 dBm
3 GHz to 6 GHz 0 to -30 dBm
LO spectral purity (typical)
Maximum
<-25 dBc
spurious input
Residual FM
<20 kHz
LO frequency accuracy9
±1 MHz at nominal frequency
Relative to 0 dBm output power.
Typical below 300 kHz.
16 MHz to 3 GHz.
16 MHz to 2 GHz.
Typical from 2 to 3 GHz for instruments with Option 075.
+8 dBm maximum with Option 075, or Option 014.
Test performed on port 1 only.
Instruments with Option 075 are degraded 2 dB.
Typical performance.
25˚ ±5˚ C.
The HP 8753ES source characteristics and measurement accuracy in this mode are dependent on the stability of the external
LO source. The RF source tracks the LO to maintain a stable IF signal at the R-channel receiver input. Degradation in accuracy
is negligible when using an HP 8642A/B, 8656B, or E4432B RF signal generator as the LO source.
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Test port input characteristics (continued)
External source mode1 (CW time sweep only)
Frequency range
300 kHz to 6 GHz
R-channel input requirements (typical)
Power level
0 to -25 dBm
Spectral purity
Maximum
<-30 dBc
spurious input
Residual FM
<20 kHz
Typical settling
500 ms (automatic)
time
Reference level
Range
Resolution
Stability2
30 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
±500 dB
0.001 dB
0.02 dB/ ˚C
0.04 dB/ ˚C
Phase characteristics
Dynamic accuracy
Range
(10 Hz IF BW)
±180˚
(300 kHz to 3GHz)
50 ms (manual)
0.1% (automatic)
Frequency readout
accuracy
Input frequency accuracy requirement2
Manual
-0.5 to 5 MHz
Accuracy
(see magnitude and phase
characteristics)
Magnitude characteristics
Dynamic accuracy
(10 Hz IF BW)
(300 kHz to 3GHz)
(3 to 6GHz)
(3 to 6GHz)
Display resolution
Marker resolution3
Trace noise
0.01˚/ division
0.01˚
(+5 dBm at test-port, ratio measurement, 3 kHz BW)
300 kHz to 3 GHz
< 0.038˚ rms
3 GHz to 6 GHz
< 0.070˚ rms
Display resolution 0.001 dB/division
Marker resolution3 0.001 dB
Trace noise
(+5 dBm at test-port, ratio measurement, 3 kHz BW)
300 kHz to 3 GHz < 0.006 dB rms
3 GHz to 6 GHz < 0.010 dB rms
Reference level
Range
Resolution
Stability
30 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Polar characteristics
Range
Reference
-180˚ to +180˚
0.01˚
0.05˚/ ˚C
0.20˚/ ˚C
10 x 10-12 to 1000 units
full scale
±500 units
1. See the HP 8753ES descriptions and options for a functional description. Measurement accuracy is dependent
on the stability of the input signal.
2. Typical performance.
3. Marker resolution for magnitude; phase and delay is dependent upon measured value. Resolution is limited to
five digits.
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HP 8753ES Option 011 specifications
Test port input characteristics Option 011
300 kHz to 3 GHz
Option 006
30 kHz to 6 GHz
Frequency range
Test port output characteristics
Frequency characteristics
Range
300 kHz to 3 GHz
Option 006
30 kHz to 6 GHz
Resolution
1 Hz
Stability
typically ±7.5 ppm 0˚ to 55 ˚C
typically ±3 ppm/year
Option 1D5 typically ±0.05 ppm 0˚ to 55 ˚C
typically ±0.5 ppm/year
Accuracy
±10 ppm at 25 ˚C ± 5 ˚C
Power range
-5 to +20 dBm
Option 006
-5 to +18 dBm
Resolution
0.01 dB
Level accuracy1,2
±1.0 dB
Level linearity1,2,5 ±0.25 dB, -5 to +15 dBm
±0.5 dB, +15 to +20 dBm
Impedance
50 Ω nominal
300 kHz to 3 GHz2 >16 dB RL (<1.38 SWR)
300 kHz to 6 GHz >14 dB RL (<1.50 SWR)
Spectral purity
2nd harmonic3
Option 002
3rd harmonic4
Option 002
dBm6
<-40 dBc at +10
<-50 dBc at 0 dBm6
<-25 dBc at max power
<-40 dBc at +10 dBm6
<-50 dBc at 0 dBm6
<-25 dBc at max power
Nonharmonic spurious6
Mixer related
<-30 dBc at max power
<-55 dBc at -10 dBm
Average noise level2
50 kHz to 3 GHz
50 kHz to 3 GHz
50 kHz to 3 GHz
3 to 6 GHz
3 to 6 GHz
3 to 6 GHz
<-90 dBm (3 kHz BW)
<-110 dBm (10 Hz BW)
<-120 dBm (10 Hz BW) typical
<-85 dBm (3 kHz BW)
<-105 dBm (10 Hz BW)
<-115 dBm (10 Hz BW) typical
Maximum input level
0 dBm
Damage level
20 dBm or 25 VDC
Impedance:
50 ohms nominal
300 kHz to 2 MHz
≥20 dB RL
2 MHz to 1.3 GHz
≥24 dB RL
1.3 GHz to 3 GHz
≥19 dB RL
Option 006
3 GHz to 6 GHz
≥15 dB RL6
Frequency response
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
±1.0 dB,
±2.0 dB
Harmonics (Option 002)
2nd harmonic3 <-15 dBc at 0 dBm
3rd harmonic4
<-30 dBc at -10 dBm6
<-45 dBc at -30 dBm6
<-30 dBc at 0 dBm
<-50 dBc at -10 dBm6
<-50 dBc at -30 dBm6
Harmonic measurement accuracy
16 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz Option 006
±1.5 dB
±3 dB
Harmonic measurement dynamic range
-40 dBc6
(output = -10 dBm,
input <-15 dBm)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
+10 dBm output power for the HP 8753ES Option 011.
Typical below 300 kHz.
16 MHz to 3 GHz.
16 MHz to 2 GHz.
For HP 8753ES Option 011 and Option 006, linearity is specified for the ranges of -5 to +13 dBm
and +13 to +18 dBm.
6. Typical performance.
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HP 8753ES Option 011 specifications
Test port input characteristics (continued)
Frequency offset mode3
Frequency range
Option 006
300 kHz to 3 GHz
300 kHz to 6 GHz
R-channel input requirements
Power level
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
0 to -35 dBm
0 to -30 dBm
LO spectral purity
Maximum spurious <-25 dBc
input
Residual FM
<20 kHz
LO frequency accuracy ±1 MHz at nominal
frequency
(CW time sweep only)
300 kHz to 6 GHz
External source mode4
Frequency range
R-channel input requirements1
Power level
0 to -25 dBm
Spectral purity
Maximum spurious
<-30 dBc
input
Residual FM
<20 kHz
Typical settling time1 500 ms (automatic)
Reference level
Range
Resolution
Stability2
30 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Range
Display resolution
Marker resolution5
Trace noise2
30 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Reference level
Range
Resolution
Stability
30 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Polar characteristics
Range
Reference
±500 dB
0.001 dB
0.02 dB/ ˚C
0.04 dB/ ˚C
±180˚
0.01˚/ division
0.01˚
< 0.038˚ rms
< 0.070˚ rms
(+5 dBm at test port, ratio
measurement, 3 kHz BW)
-180˚ to +180˚
0.01˚
0.05˚/ ˚C
0.20˚/ ˚C
10 x 10-12 to 1000 units full
scale
±500 units
50 ms (manual)
Input frequency accuracy requirement1
Manual:
-0.5 to 5 MHz
Display resolution
0.001 dB/division
Marker resolution5
0.001 dB
Trace noise
(+5 dBm at test-port, ratio measurement, 3 kHz BW)
Magnitude
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
< 0.006 dB rms
< 0.010 dB rms
Phase
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
< 0.038˚ rms
< 0.070˚ rms
1. Typical performance.
2. Typical below 300 kHz.
3. The HP 8753ES source characteristics and measurement accuracy in this mode are dependent on the stability of the
external LO source. The RF source tracks the LO to maintain a stable IF signal at the R-channel receiver input.
Degradation in accuracy is negligible when using an HP 8642A/B, 8656B, or E4432B RF signal generator as the LO source.
4. See the HP 8753ES descriptions and options for a functional description. Measurement accuracy is dependent on the
stability of the input signal.
5. Marker resolution for magnitude, phase and delay is dependent upon measured value. Resolution is limited to five digits.
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HP 8753ET specifications
Test-port output characteristics
Frequency characteristics
Range
300 kHz to 3 GHz
Option 006 300 kHz to 6 GHz
Resolution
1 Hz
Stability4
±7.5 ppm (0˚ to 55 ˚C)
Option 1D5
Accuracy
Power range:
Resolution
Level accuracy1
Level linearity1
Standard
±3 ppm/year
±0.05 ppm (0˚ to 55 ˚C)
±0.5 ppm/year
±10 ppm at 25 ˚C ±5 ˚C
-20 to +5 dBm
-85 to +10 dBm (with Option 004)
0.01 dB
±1.0 dB
-20 to -15 dBm
-15 to 0 dBm
0 to +5 dBm
±0.5 dB
±0.2 dB
±0.5 dB
Test port input characteristics
Frequency range
300 kHz to 3 GHz
Option 006
300 kHz to 6 GHz
Average noise level
300 kHz to 3 GHz
300 kHz to 3 GHz
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Maximum input level
Damage level
Impedance
Frequency response5
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Impedance
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
±0.2 dB
±0.5 dB
50 Ω (nominal)
>18 dB RL (< 1.28 SWR)
> 14 dB RL (<1.50 SWR)
Spectral purity
2nd harmonic2
Option 002
±1.0 dB
±2.0 dB
3rd harmonic3
<-30 dBc at 0 dBm4
<-45 dBc at -15 dBm4
<-30 dBc at +8 dBm
<-50 dBc at 0 dBm4
<-50 dBc at -15 dBm4
Harmonic measurement accuracy5
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
±1.5 dB
±3 dB (Option 006)
Harmonic measurement dynamic range4
<-40 dBc at 0 dBm4
<-50 dBc at -10 dBm4
<-25 dBc at maximum output
power
3rd harmonic3
Option 002
+10 dBm reflection port
0 dBm transmission port
>+26 dBm or 35 VDC
50 Ω (nominal)
Harmonics (Option 002)
2nd harmonic2
<-15 dBc at +8 dBm
Option 004
-15 to +5 dBm
+5 to +10 dBm
<-90 dBm (3 kHz BW)
<-110 dBm (10 Hz BW)
<-120 dBm (10 Hz BW) typical
<-85 dBm (3 kHz BW)
<-105 dBm (10 Hz BW)
<-114 dBm (10 Hz BW) typical
<-40 dBc at 0 dBm
<-50 dBc at -10 dBm
<-25 dBc at maximum output
power
Nonharmonic spurious
Mixer related
<-30 dBc at +10 dBm
<-55 dBc at -10 dBm
-40 dBc
(output = -10 dBm,
input = <-15 dBm)
Frequency offset mode6
Frequency range
300 kHz to 3 GHz
Option 006
300 kHz to 6 GHz
R-channel input requirements
Power level
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
0 to -35 dBm
0 to -30 dBm
LO Spectral purity
Maximum spurious <-25 dBc
input
Residual FM
<20 kHz
LO frequency accuracy6 ±1 MHz at nominal
frequency
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Relative to -5 dBm output power for the HP 8753ET; -10 dBm output power for HP 8753ET with Option 004.
16 MHz to 3 GHz.
16 MHz to 2 GHz.
Typical performance.
25˚ C ±5˚ C.
The HP 8753ET source characteristics and measurement accuracy in this mode are dependent on the stability of the external
LO source. The RF source tracks the LO to maintain a stable IF signal at the R-channel receiver input. Degradation in
accuracy is negligible when using an HP 8642A/B, 8656B, or E4432B RF signal generator as the LO source.
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Test-port input characteristics (continued)
External source mode1 (CW time sweep only)
Frequency range
300 kHz to 6 GHz
R-channel input requirements2
Power level
0 to -25 dBm
Spectral purity
Maximum spurious <-30 dBc
input
<20 kHz
Residual FM
Typical settling time
500 ms (automatic)
Frequency readout
accuracy2
Input frequency accuracy
Manual:
Accuracy
Reference level
Range
±500 dB
(300 kHz to 3 GHz)
50 ms (manual)
0.1% (automatic)
requirement2
-0.5 to 5 MHz
(See magnitude and phase
characteristics)
(3 to 6 GHz)
Magnitude characteristics
Dynamic accuracy (10 Hz IF BW)
(300 kHz to 3 GHz)
Resolution
Stability2
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
0.001 dB
0.02 dB/ 1 ˚C
0.04 dB/ 1 ˚C
(3 to 6 GHz)
Phase characteristics
Dynamic accuracy (10 Hz IF BW)
Range
±180˚
Display resolution 0.01˚/ division
Marker resolution3 0.01˚
Trace noise
(0 dBm at transmission port or +5 dBm at reflection
port, ratio measurement, 3 kHz BW)
300 kHz to 3 GHz
< 0.038˚ rms
3 GHz to 6 GHz
< 0.070˚ rms
Display resolution 0.001 dB/division
Marker resolution3
0.001 dB
Trace noise
(0 dBm at transmission port or +5 dBm at reflection port,
ratio measurement, 3 kHz BW)
300 kHz to 3 GHz
< 0.006 dB rms
3 GHz to 6 GHz
< 0.010 dB rms
Reference level
Range
Resolution
Stability
30 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Polar characteristics
Range
Reference
-180˚ to +180˚
0.01˚
0.05˚/ ˚C
0.20˚/ ˚C
10 x 10-12 to 1000 units full
scale
±500 units
1. See the HP 8753ET/ES descriptions and options for a functional description. Measurement accuracy is dependent on the
stability of the input signal.
2. Typical performance.
3. Marker resolution for magnitude, phase and delay is dependent upon measured value. Resolution is limited to five digits.
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characteristics
Measurement
Accuracy
The following graph shows group-delay accuracy at
1.3 GHz with type-N full two-port calibration and
10-Hz IF bandwidth. Insertion loss is assumed to be
< 2 dB and electrical length to be ten meters.
Number of display channels
Four display channels available.
Number of measurement channels
Two primary and two auxiliary measurement channels
available.
Measurement parameters
HP 8753ET: Reflection, transmission, A, B, R, A/R, B/R,
A/B. Conversion to impedance or admittance.
HP 8753ES: S11, S21, S12, S22, A, B, R, A/R, B/R, A/B.
Conversion to impedance or admittance.
Formats
Cartesian: log/linear magnitude, phase, group delay,
SWR, real and imaginary.
Smith chart: with log/linear amplitude and phase,
R + jX, G + jB, or real/imaginary markers.
Polar: with linear/log amplitude, phase, or real and
imaginary markers.
Data markers
Each display channel has five independent markers
that can be displayed simultaneously. Twenty independent markers can be displayed in 4-channel display
mode when markers are uncoupled.
Marker functions
Source control
Sweep limits
Set start/stop or center/span of the stimulus parameter
(frequency, power, time) directly through the source
control keys and the control knob, the step keys or the
data entry keyboard.
Sweep type
Set a linear or logarithmic sweep, an arbitrarily defined
frequency list, a power sweep or a CW (single frequency) type of sweep.
Markers can be used in various functions: Marker
search (Mkr to max, Mkr to min, Mkr to target), Mkr
bandwidth with user-defined target values, Mkr to
start, Mkr to stop, Mkr to center, Mkr to span, Mkr to
reference, Mkr to delay, and trace statistics (average
value, standard deviation, and peak-to-peak deviation
of the data trace between two markers). The tracking
function enables continuous update of marker search
values on each sweep.
Measured number of points per sweep
Group delay characteristics
Sweep modes
Aperture: selectable
Maximum aperture: 20% of frequency span
Minimum aperture: (freq. span) / (number of points
+1)
Range
The maximum delay is limited to measuring no more
than 180˚ of phase change within the minimum aperture. Range = 1 / (2 x minimum aperture)
Linear frequency: choose 3, 11, 26, 51, 101, 201, 401,
801, or 1601 points.
Fast swept list
Define up to 30 different sub-sweep frequency ranges
in any combination of CW, center/span, or start-stop
sweep modes. Set test-port power levels and IF bandwidth independently for each segment.
Set a coupled channel sweep (same stimulus conditions on both channels) or an uncoupled channel
sweep.
Chop/alternate
Select whether to alternately or simultaneously (chop)
measure channels when in dual-channel mode. Chop
mode is faster, while alternate mode optimizes dynamic range.
Sweep time
Set sweep time in seconds, minutes or hours.
Automatic sweep time
Select auto sweep time by entering zero seconds
sweep time. The analyzer will sweep at the minimum
sweep time for any subsequently selected stimulus
conditions. Auto sweep time is the default condition.
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Sweep trigger
Set to either continuous, single, group sweep, or external trigger. Set external trigger to take a complete
sweep or to measure individual points in a frequency,
power or list sweep.
Power
Set source power from -20 to +5 dBm for the
HP 8753ET1 or from -85 to +10 dBm for the
HP 8753ES2. Power slope can be set in dBm/GHz.
Power meter calibration
Select continuous leveling or use a correction table to
modify source power. The correction table is created
with an initial single sweep. Make single or multiple
power meter readings at each frequency.
Data accuracy enhancement
Measurement calibration
Measurement calibration significantly reduces measurement uncertainty due to errors caused by system
directivity, source and load match, tracking, and
crosstalk. Full two-port calibration removes all the systematic errors to obtain the most accurate measurements.
Calibration types available
• Frequency response
Simultaneous magnitude and phase correction of frequency response errors for either reflection or transmission measurements.
• TRL*/LRM* calibration
Compensates for directivity, reflection and transmission frequency response, and crosstalk in both the forward and reverse directions. Especially suitable for
calibrating non-coaxial environments, such as in test
fixtures. TRL*/LRM* is a special implementation of
TRL/LRM calibration, modified for the three-sampler
receiver in the HP 8753ES. Available on HP 8753ES
analyzers.
Interpolated error correction
With any type of accuracy enhancement applied, interpolated mode recalculates the error coefficients when
the test frequencies are changed. The number of
points can be increased or decreased and the
start/stop frequencies can be changed, but the resulting frequency span must be a subset of the original calibration frequency span. System performance is not
specified for measurements with interpolated error
correction applied.
Velocity factor
Enters the velocity factor to calculate equivalent electrical length.
Reference plane extension
Redefine the plane-of-measurement reference to other
than port 1 or port 2 of the HP 8753ET and 8753ES.
Select default calibration kit
Select from a list of standard calibration kits or choose
a user-defined kit.
Data averaging
IF bandwidth:
The IF bandwidth is selectable from 6 kHz to 10 Hz
• Response and isolation
Compensates for frequency response and directivity
(reflection) or frequency response and crosstalk
errors.
Weighted sweep-to-sweep averaging:
Averages vector data on each successive sweep.
Trace smoothing
Corrects for frequency response and source match for
transmission measurements, and provides one-port
calibration for reflection measurements.
Computes the moving average of adjacent data points.
Smoothing aperture defines the trace width (number
of points) to be averaged, and ranges from 0.25% to
20% of the trace width.
• One-port calibration
Display control
Uses test set port 1 or port 2 to correct for directivity,
frequency response and source match errors.
Display formats
• Enhanced response calibration
• Two-port calibration
Compensates for directivity, source match, reflection
frequency response, load match, transmission frequency response and crosstalk for an S-parameter test set.
Crosstalk calibration can be omitted. Available on
HP 8753ES analyzers.
1. -85 to +5 dBm with Option 004.
2. +8 dBm maximum with Option 075 or 014.
Single-channel, dual-channel overlay (both traces on
one graticule), dual-channel split (each trace on separate graticules), three-channel split (each trace on
separate graticules), three-channel overlay (three
traces on one graticule), quad-channel overlay (four
traces on one graticule), quad-channel split (each
trace on separate graticules).
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Trace functions
Display data
Display current measurement data, memory data, or
current measurement with measurement and memory
data simultaneously.
Trace math
Vector division or subtraction of current linear measurement values and memory data.
Display annotations
Start/stop, center/span, or CW frequency, source level,
scale/div, reference level, marker data, softkey functions, warning and caution messages, trace identification, and pass/fail indication.
Autoscale
Automatically selects scale resolution and reference
value to center the trace.
Electrical delay
Offset measured phase or group delay by a defined
amount of electrical delay, in seconds.
Frequency blanking
Blank out all frequency information on the display.
Requires an instrument preset to re-enable frequency
information on the display.
Title
Add custom titles (49 characters maximum) to the display.
Adjust display
Customize the color and brightness of the data traces,
memory traces, reference lines, graticules, text, and
warning messages. Default colors can be recalled along
with one set of user-defined display values.
Storage
Disk drive
Data, instrument states, user graphics, data plots and
test sequences can be stored on internal floppy disk in
MS-DOS® or Hewlett-Packard's standard LIF formats.
Data hardcopy
Data plotting
Hardcopy plots are automatically produced with HPGL compatible digital plotters. The HP 8753ET/ES provides Centronics, RS-232C, and GP-IB interfaces.
Data listings
Printouts of instrument data are directly produced
with a printer such as the HP DeskJet or LaserJet.
Select black & white or color print. For a list of
compatible printers, consult our printer-compatibility
guide Web page at http://www.hp.com/go/pcg
Configure plots
Configure plots completely from the network analyzer
by defining pen color and line type for data, text markers, graticules, and memory traces.
Functions
Plot trace(s), graticule(s), marker(s), or text including
operating and system parameters.
Quadrants
Plot entire display in one of four different quadrants of
the plotter paper.
System capabilities
Limit lines
Define test limit lines that appear on the display for
go/no go testing. Lines may be any combination of horizontal, sloping lines, or discrete data points. Limit-test
TTL output available for external control or indication.
External source mode
The receiver (input R) detects and phase-locks to any
externally generated CW signal. Receiver inputs A and
B will measure this same frequency for comparison or
tracking measurements.
Instrument state
Up to 31 instrument states can be stored internally or
recalled via the SAVE/RECALL menu. Instrument
states include all control settings, active limit lines,
active list frequency tables, memory trace data, active
calibration coefficients, and custom display titles.
Storage is in nonvolatile memory.
Automatic
The input signal frequency is counted and
displayed.
Manual
Measures the input signal closest to the frequency
specified by the user (within +0.5 to +5 MHz).
Test sequences
Six measurement sequences can be stored or recalled
via the sequencing menu. Sequences may also be
recalled from Preset menu. Sequence register 6 is part
of nonvolatile storage and is not erased during a power
cycle. If sequence 6 is titled AUTO, it will be executed
when power is turned on.
Tuned receiver
Tunes the receiver for a synthesized CW input signal at
a precisely specified frequency. The time bases of the
external RF source or sources must be tied to the
external reference input (rear panel BNC). The builtin RF source is not used.
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• Low-pass impulse
Frequency offset on/off
• Bandpass impulse
Sets the RF source to be swept at a fixed offset frequency above the receiver as required in a swept
RF/IF, fixed LO, mixer test.
The bandpass impulse stimulates a pulsed RF signal
(with an impulse envelope) and is used to measure the
time-domain response of band-limited devices.
Service menu
Windows
Select the desired service test, service diagnostic, service or verification mode.
The windowing function can be used to modify (filter)
the frequency-domain data and thereby reduce overshoot and ringing in the time-domain response. Three
types of windows are available: minimum, normal, and
maximum.
Test sequences
This stimulus is also used to measure low-pass devices.
Description
Create, edit, save or recall a series of front-panel keystrokes to automate a measurement. Test sequences
may contain basic stimulus and measurement functions (frequency, power, parameter, format, scale)
advanced operations (time domain, limit testing, display marker values) and basic logical branching (IF
limit test fails DO sequence 5 or GOSUB).
Gating
Storage
Interface
Test sequences can be stored internally to a disk drive
and can be loaded from a computer over the GP-IB
interface. Sequence 6 is saved in nonvolatile storage
and can be used as an autostart routine when titled
AUTO.
HP-IB interface operates to IEEE 488-1978 and IEC
625 standards and IEEE 728-1982 recommended practices.
General purpose input/output
Read or write bits to the output port to control external devices such as part handlers. Eight output and
five input TTL lines are available on the parallel port.
Other functions
PAUSE/continue, wait, title sequence, print sequence,
duplicate sequence, pause and select.
The gating function can be used to selectively remove
reflection or transmission time-domain responses. In
converting back to the frequency-domain the effects of
the responses outside the gate are removed.
Remote programming
Addressing
The GP-IB address can be verified or set from the
front panel via the local menu and can range from 0 to
30 decimal (factory set at 16).
Pass control
Allows the HP 8753ET/ES to request control of the
GP-IB (when an active controller is present) whenever
it needs to output to a plotter or printer.
System controller
Time-domain (Option 010)
With the time-domain option, data from transmission
or reflection measurements in the frequency domain
are converted to the time domain using a Fourier
transformation technique (chirp Z) and presented on
the display. The time-domain response shows the measured parameter value versus time. Markers may also
be displayed in electrical length (or physical length if
the relative propagation velocity is entered).
Lets an HP 8753ET/ES become a controller on the
GP-IB to directly control a plotter or a printer.
Talker/listener
Lets the HP 8753ET/ES become an GP-IB talker/listener when an external controller is present.
Transfer formats
Binary (internal 48-bit floating-point complex format)
ASCII 32- or 64-bit IEEE 754 floating-point format
Time stimulus modes
User-accessible graphics
Two types of time excitation stimulus waveforms can
be simulated during the transformations, a step and an
impulse.
Using a subset of HP Graphics Language (HP-GL),
vector or text graphics may be written on the
HP 8753ET/ES via GP-IB. Up to 5 kbytes of data can
be stored at one time (4 bytes per vector, 2 bytes per
character).
• Low-pass step
This stimulus, similar to a traditional time-domain reflectometer (TDR) stimulus waveform, is used to measure
low-pass devices. The frequency-domain data should
extend from DC (extrapolated value) to a higher value.
Interface function codes
SH1, AH1, T6, TE0, L4, LE0, SR1, RL1, PP0, DC1,
DT0, C1, C2, C3, C10, E2
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General characteristics
Front panel connectors
HP 8753ES test ports (without Option 011)
Connector type 7 mm, precision
Impedance
50 ohms (nominal)
Test sequence output (TEST SEQ)
By default, this connector outputs a TTL end-of-sweep
signal. It can also be programmed by the user in a test
sequence to output a user-defined TTL signal. BNC (f)
connector.
Limit test output (LIMIT TEST)
HP 8753ES Option 011 test ports
Connector type Type-N female
Impedance
50 ohms (nominal)
This connector outputs a TTL signal of the limit test
results. Pass: TTL high. Fail: TTL low. BNC (f) connector.
HP 8753ES Option 075 test ports
Type-N female
Connector type
Impedance
75 ohms (nominal)
Test-port bias input (BIAS CONNECT)
(HP 8753ES only)
Maximum voltage
+30 VDC
HP 8753ET test ports
Connector type
Impedance
Type-N female
50 ohms (nominal)
+15V ±2% 400 mA
(combined load for both
probe connections)
-12.6V ±5.5% 300 mA
(combined load for both
probe connections)
Probe power
Rear-panel connectors
External reference frequency input (EXT REF INPUT)
Frequency
1, 2, 5, and 10 MHz
Level
Impedance
Connector
High-stability frequency
(Option 1D5)
Frequency
Frequency stability
(0 ˚C to 55 ˚C)
Daily aging rate
(after 30 days)
Yearly aging rate
Output
Nominal output
impedance
(±200 Hz at 10 MHz)
-10 dBm to +20 dBm, (typical)
50 ohms
BNC (f)
Maximum current
(no degradation in RF specs)
Maximum current
Connector
±200 mA
±1 A
BNC (f)
VGA video output (EXT MON)
This connector drives external VGA monitors.
GP-IB
This connector allows communications with compatible devices including external controllers, printers,
plotters, disk drives, and power meters.
Parallel port
This 25-pin female connector is used with parallel
peripherals. It can also be used as a general purpose
I/O port.
RS-232C
This 9-pin male connector is used with serial
peripherals.
reference output
10.0000 MHz
±0.05 ppm
<3x10-9/day
0.5 ppm/year
0 dBm minimum
50 Ω Connector BNC (f)
External auxiliary input (AUX INPUT)
Input voltage limits -10V to +10V
External AM input (EXT AM)
±1 volt into a 5 k Ω resistor,
1 kHz maximum, resulting in
approximately 8 dB/volt
amplitude modulation.
BNC (f) connector.
External trigger (EXT TRIGGER)
DIN keyboard
This mini-DIN connector is used for adding an
IBM PC-AT compatible keyboard.
Test set interconnect
This connector is used to connect an HP 8753ES
Option 011 to the HP 85046A/B or 85047A test set.
HP 8753ES analyzers without Option 011 can use signal levels on this connector for sequencing or general
purpose I/O applications.
Internal memory
Typical data retention time with 3V, 1.2 Ah battery:
At 25 ˚C
11904 days (32.6 years)
At 40 ˚C
1244 days (3.4 years)
At 70 ˚C
250 days (0.68 year)
Line power
48 Hz to 66 Hz
115V nominal (90V to 132V) or 230V nominal
(198V to 264V).
280 VA max.
Triggers on a negative TTL
transition or contact closure
to ground. BNC (f) connector.
1. Fmax is the upper frequency limit of the associated test set.
2. Degrees, specified as deviation from linear phase.
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Environmental characteristics
Measurement throughput summary
General conditions
RFI and EMI susceptibility: defined by VDE 0730,
CISPR Publication 11, and FCC Class B Standards.
The following table shows typical measurement times
in milliseconds.
ESD (electrostatic discharge): must be eliminated by
use of static-safe work procedures and an anti-static
bench mat. The flexible rubber keypad protects key
contacts from dust, but the environment should be as
dust-free as possible for optimal reliability.
Operating conditions
Temperature
(unless otherwise noted) 0˚ to 55 ˚C
Humidity
5% to 95% at 40 ˚C
Altitude
(non-condensing)
0 to 4500 meters
(15,000 feet)
Non-operating storage conditions
-40 ˚C to +70 ˚C
Temperature
Humidity
0 to 90% relative at
Altitude
Weight (HP 8753ET/ES)
Net
Shipping
+65 ˚C (noncondensing)
0 to 15,240 meters
(50,000 feet)
21 kg (46 lb)
35 kg (77 lb)
Cabinet dimensions (HP 8753ET/ES)
(These dimensions exclude front and rear panel
protrusions.)
222 mm H x 425 mm W x 457 mm D
(8.75 in x 16.75 in x 18.0 in)
Typical time for completion (msec)
Number of Points
Measurement
51
201
401
1601
Start=1 GHz, Span=10 MHz, IFBW=6 kHz
Uncorrected, 1-port calibration:1 32
70
121
423
Two-port calibration:2
62
139
240
848
Start=30 kHz, Stop=3 GHz, IFBW=6 kHz
Uncorrected, 1-port calibration1 202
Two-port calibration2
402
270
540
304
607
615
1237
Start=30 kHz, Stop=6 GHz, IFBW=6 kHz
Uncorrected, 1-port calibration1 310
Two-port calibration2
618
380
757
415
829
658
1315
Time domain (increase over uncorrected sweep time)3
Conversion
12
42
86
Gating
14
40
80
GP-IB data transfer4
Internal binary
10
16
21
ASCII
35
112
214
IEEE 754 floating point format
32-bit
11
19
28
64-bit
13
26
42
378
349
58
831
83
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Options
Harmonic measurements (Option 002)
Measures amplifier 2nd and 3rd harmonics on a sweptfrequency basis for fundamental signals above 16 MHz.
Dynamic range (source at +10 dBm,
receiver <+30 dBm)
Accuracy5
+40 dBc (minimum)
±1 dB (< 6 GHz)
Step attenuator (Option 004)
Provides source output power range from
-85 to +10 dBm for HP 8753ET model.
6 GHz operation (Option 006)
With Option 006, performance is extended to 6 GHz.
When external source, tuned receiver or harmonic
mode is used, the receiver is capable of measuring signals up to 6 GHz.
HP 8753ET/ES physical dimensions
Time domain (Option 010)
Transforms data from the frequency domain to the
time domain using a Fourier transformation technique.
High-stability frequency reference (Option 1D5)
This option adds an ovenized 10-MHz frequency reference output. It is connected to the external reference
input on the rear panel. See the “General
Characteristics” section for below specifications.
1. One-port calibration, with a 6 kHz IF bandwidth. Includes system retrace time, but
does not include bandswitch time. Time-domain gating is assumed off.
2. Same as footnote 1, but for an S21 measurement with full two-port calibration. Includes RF switching time.
3. Option 010 only, gating off.
4. Measured with an HP Omnibook 7100 266 MHz Pentium® II computer.
5. Does not include error from the HP 8753T/ES source and receiver harmonics.
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Test set specifications for Option 011
HP 85046A/B S-parameter test sets
The HP 85046A/B S-parameter test sets provide the
capability to measure reflection and transmission characteristics (including S-parameters) of two-port
devices in either direction with a single connection.
The test sets are controlled from the HP 8753ES
Option 011 and include a programmable step attenuator. The frequency range of the HP 85046A 50-ohm
test set is 300 kHz to 3 GHz. The HP 85046A has precision 7-mm connectors. The frequency range of the
HP 85046B 75-ohm test set is 300 kHz to 2 GHz. The
HP 85046B has 75-ohm type-N(f) connectors. Both
connectors can be adapted to other interfaces with
the appropriate precision adapters.
A standard HP 85046A/B test set contains a solid-state
transfer switch, which allows continuous switching of
power from port 1 to port 2 for full two-port error correction. Option 009 replaces the transfer switch with a
mechanical switch. This provides about 1.5 dB more
power at the test port, but does not allow continuous
switching, so the user must initiate updates of all four
S-parameters for full two-port error correction. Also,
the mechanical switch has relays that will wear out
faster than the solid-state switch. Approximate lifetime
of the mechanical switch is 1 million cycles.
HP 85046A/B Specifications
Note: Specifications that apply only to the HP 85046
are indicated in parentheses.
50 ohm (75 ohm)
Impedance
Frequency range
300 kHz to 3 GHz
Directivity
(300 kHz to 2 GHz)
35 dB to 1.3 GHz
30 dB to Fmax1
Typical tracking
Transmission magnitude, phase2
0.3 MHz to 2.0 MHz
2.0 MHz to Fmax
±1.5 dB, ±20˚
±1.5 dB, ±10˚
0.3 MHz to 2.0 MHz
2.0 MHz to Fmax
±1.5 dB, ±25˚
±1.5 dB, ±10˚
0.3 MHz to 2.0 MHz
2.0 MHz to 1.3 GHz
1.3 GHz to Fmax
14 dB
20 dB (17 dB)
16 dB
Reflection magnitude, phase2
Effective source match
Nominal insertion loss
Input to test port
Input to incident
Port 1, 2 to A, B
HP 85046A schematic
14 dB + 0.5 dB/GHz
(19.5 dB + 1 dB/GHz)
18 dB + 1.5 dB/GHz
(18 dB + 1.5 dB/GHz)
6.5 dB + 1.0 dB/GHz
(12 dB + 0.5 dB GHz)
Test set switch/repeatability
Max. operating level
Damage level
RF attenuator range
DC bias range
DC bias connectors
Includes
Dimensions
Weight
1.
2.
3.
4.
±0.03 dB; ±0.01 dB3
+20 dBm
+30 dBm
70 dB, 10 dB steps
±30 VDC, 200 mA4
500 mA max
50 ohm BNC (f)
four 190 mm (7.5 in) type-N
cables and test set
interconnect cable.
90 mm H x 432 mm W x 553 mm D
9.1 kg (20 lb)
Fmax is the upper frequency limit of the associated test set.
Degrees, specified as deviation from linear phase.
Typical performance.
Some degradation of RF specifications may occur.
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HP 85047A S-parameter test set
The HP 85047A S-parameter test set provides the
capability to simultaneously measure the reflection
and transmission characteristics of two-port devices in
either direction with a single connection. This test set
includes a frequency doubler that can be switched in
by an HP 8753B/C Option 006 to measure 3 MHz to 6
GHz in a single sweep or switched out to measure 300
kHz to 3 GHz in a single sweep. The HP 8753ES
Option 011 does not use the frequency doubler, so the
full 300 kHz to 6 GHz range is available. This test set
exhibits <5 dB insertion loss between the RF input and
the test ports for as high as 15 dBm at the test port,
and also includes a programmable step attenuator.
There are two rear panel BNC outputs. One provides a
TTL signal which indicates the result of a limit test.
The second TTL output is controlled from the
HP 8753ES test sequence function.
Specifications
Impedance
Frequency range
50 ohms
300 kHz to 3 GHz and
3 GHz to 6 GHz
(HP 8753B/C);
300 kHz to 6 GHz
(HP 8753D/E/ES Opt. 006)
Maximum operating level
Damage level
RF attenuator range
DC bias range
RF connectors
Port 1,2
All others
Dimensions
Weight
+20 dBm
+30 dBm
70 dB (10 dB steps)
±30 VDC, 200 mA, no
degradation in RF
specs, 1A max.
7 mm precision
50 ohm type-N(f)
90 mm H x 432 mm W x 553 mm D
10 kg (22 lb)
A standard HP 85047A test set contains a solid-state
transfer switch, which allows continuous switching of
power from port 1 to port 2 for full two-port error correction. Option 009 replaces the transfer switch with a
mechanical switch. This provides about 2.5 to 3.5 dB
more power at the test port, but does not allow continuous switching, so the user must initiate updates of all
four S-parameters for full two-port error correction.
Also, the mechanical switch has relays that will wear
out faster than the solid-state switch. Approximate
lifetime of the mechanical switch is 1 million cycles.
Directivity1
300 kHz to 1.3 GHz
1.3 GHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
35 dB2
30 dB
25 dB
Typical tracking1
Transmission magnitude, phase3
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
±1.5 dB, ±10˚
+0.5, -2.5 dB, ±20˚
Reflection magnitude, phase3
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
±1.5 dB, ±10˚
±1.5 dB, ±20˚
Source match1
300 kHz to 1.3 GHz
1.3 GHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
20 dB
16 dB
14 dB
Normal insertion loss
Input to port 1,2
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
4.0 dB +0.8 dB/GHz
17.5 dB +0.8 dB/GHz
Input to R
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Port 1,2 to A,B
Typical Isolation4
300 kHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Test port switch
repeatability
1.
2.
3.
4.
19 dB +0.5 dB/GHz
34 dB +0.5 dB/GHz
16 dB
HP 85047A schematic
100 dB
90 dB
±0.03 dB; ±0.01 dB4
This can be greatly improved with accuracy enhancement.
Some degradation at environmental extremes below 600 kHz.
Degrees, specified as deviation from linear phase.
Typical performance.
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Accessories
HP 85033D 3.5-mm calibration kit
Calibration kits
Contains a set of precision 3.5-mm standards to calibrate the HP 8753ES and 50-ohm test sets for the
measurement of devices with precision 3.5-mm and
SMA connectors. Precision phase-matched 7-mm to
3.5-mm adapters are included for accurate measurements of non-insertable devices. Option 001 deletes
the 7-mm to type-N adapters.
Vector accuracy enhancement procedures require that
the systematic errors of the measurement system be
characterized by measuring known devices (standards)
on the system over the frequency range of interest.
Return loss specifications or typical values are provided where available for the terminations and adapters.
HP 85031B 7-mm calibration kit
Contains precision 7-mm standards used to calibrate
the HP 8753ES for measurement of devices with precision 7-mm connectors.
Includes
HP part number
7 mm short/open circuit
85031-60001
7 mm 50-ohm terminations
(two each)
00909-60008
Specifications for terminations
DC to 5 GHz
RL ≥ 52 dB
5 to 6 GHz
RL ≥ 46 dB
HP 85032B 50-ohm type-N calibration kit
Contains precision 50-ohm type-N standards used to
calibrate the HP 8753ET/ES and 50-ohm test sets for
measurement of devices with 50-ohm type-N connectors. Precision phase-matched 7-mm to type-N
adapters are included for accurate measurements of
non-insertable devices. Option 001 deletes the 7-mm
to type-N adapters, which are not needed with the
HP 8753ET.
Includes
HP part number
N-male 50-ohm termination
00909-60009
N-female 50-ohm termination
00909-60010
N-male short circuit
85032-60008
N-female short circuit
85032-60009
N-female open circuit
85032-60012
N-male open circuit
85032-60007
7-mm to N-male adapter
(two each)
85054-60009
7-mm to N-female adapter
(two each)
85054-60001
Specifications for terminations:
DC to 3 GHz
RL ≥ 49 dB
2 to 3 GHz
RL ≥ 46 dB
3 to 6 GHz
RL ≥ 40 dB
Typical adapter characteristics:
DC to 6 GHz
RL ≥ 30 dB
Includes
HP part number
3.5-mm-male 50-ohm termination
3.5-mm-female 50-ohm termination
3.5-mm-female short
3.5-mm-male short
3.5-mm-female open
3.5-mm-male open
7-mm to 3.5-mm female
adapter (two)
7-mm to 3.5-mm male
adapter (two)
Specifications for terminations:
DC to 1.3 GHz
1.3 to 3 GHz
3 to 6 GHz
Typical adapter characteristics:
DC to 6 GHz
85033-60009
85033-60010
85033-60014
85033-60013
85033-60012
85033-60011
1250-1747
1250-1746
RL ≥ 46 dB
RL ≥ 44 dB
RL ≥ 38 dB
RL ≥ 34 dB
HP 85036B 75-ohm type-N calibration kit
Contains a set of precision 75-ohm type-N standards to
calibrate the HP 8753ES with a 75-ohm test set for
measurement of devices with 75-ohm type-N connectors. Precision phased-matched adapters are included
for accurate measurements of non-insertable devices.
Includes
N-male 75-ohm termination
N-female 75-ohm termination
N-female 75-ohm short
N-male 75-ohm short
N-female open
N-male open
N-male to N-male 75-ohm adapter
N-female to N-female 75-ohm adapter
N-male to N-female 75-ohm adapter
Specifications for terminations:
DC to 2 GHz
2 to 3 GHz
HP part number
00909-60019
00909-60020
85036-60011
85036-60012
85032-20001
85032-60007
85036-60013
85036-60014
85036-60015
RL ≥ 46 dB
RL ≥ 40 dB
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HP 85038 family of calibration kits
HP 11906B 7-16 to 50-Ohm type-N adapter kit
Description
The HP 85038A calibration kit contains open circuits,
short circuits, and terminations with both male and
female 7-16 connectors. More economical versions of
this kit are available: the HP 85038M contains only
male devices, and the HP 85038F provides only female
devices (see following table). Each kit contains a floppy disk with the calibration kit definition for use with
HP 8712, 8714, 8753, 8719, 8720, 8722, and 8510C network analyzers.
Type-N male to
7-16 male adapter
Type-N female to
7-16 female adapter
Type-N female to
7-16 male adapter
Type-N male to
7-16 female adapter
Quantity
HP Part Number
1
11906-80007
1
11906-80008
1
11906-80009
1
11906-80010
HP 11906C 7-16 to 7-mm adapter kit
Contents of 7-16 Calibration Kits
Description
Description
Open circuit, female
Open circuit, male
Short circuit, female
Short circuit, male
Termination, female
Termination, male
7-16 adapter,
female-to-female
7-16 adapter,
male-to-male
Calibration kit data disk
Torque wrench
Open-end wrench
85038-80002
85038-80003
85038-80004
85038-80005
85038-80006
85038-80007
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
HP 11906D 7-16 to 3.5-mm adapter kit
X
Description
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
dc to 7.5 GHz
(usable to 8 GHz)
Nominal impedance
50 ohms
Open circuits
Reflection phase
± 1 degree from nominal
Short circuits
Reflection phase
±1 degree from nominal
Terminations:
Return loss > 40 dB
7-16 to 7-16 adapters
Return loss > 40 dB
(VSWR < 1.02)
7-16 to 50 ohm type-N Return loss > 36 dB
adapters
(VSWR < 1.03)
7-16 to 7-mm adapters Return loss > 38 dB
(VSWR < 1.025)
7-16 to 3.5-mm adapters Return loss > 34 dB
(VSWR < 1.04)
Frequency coverage
HP 11906 family of adapter kits
The HP 11906 family consists of four adapter kits:
HP 11906A 7-16 to 7-16 adapter kit
7-16 male-to-male adapter
7-16 female-to-female adapter
7-16 male-to-female adapter
11906-80012
11906-80013
X
Specifications
Description
HP Part Number
2
2
X
11906-80016
11906-80015
85038-10001
8710-2175
8710-2174
Quantity
7-mm to 7-16 male adapter
7-mm to 7-16 female adapter
HP Part Number HP 85038A HP 85038M HP 85038F
Quantity
HP Part Number
1
1
2
11906-80015
11906-80016
11906-80017
3.5-mm male to
7-16 male adapter
3.5-mm male to
7-16 female adapter
3.5-mm female to
7-16 male adapter
3.5-mm female to
7-16 female adapter
Quantity
HP Part Number
1
11906-80002
1
11906-80005
1
11906-80004
1
11906-80003
HP 85039B type-F calibration kit
Contains a set of 75-ohm type-F standards to calibrate
the HP 8753ES with a 75-ohm test set for the measurement of devices with type-F connectors.
Includes
HP part number
F-male 75-ohm termination 85039-60007
F-female 75-ohm termination 85039-60004
Specifications for termination
DC to 1 GHz
RL ≥ 45 dB
1 to 3 GHz
RL ≥ 38 dB
F-male 75-ohm short
85039-60008
F-female 75-ohm short
85039-60003
F-male 75-ohm open
85039-60009
F-female 75-ohm open
85039-60005
F-female to F-female
75-ohm adapter
85039-60002
F-male to F-male
75-ohm adapter
85039-60006
Typical type-F adapter
characteristics
DC to 1 GHz
RL ≥ 40 dB
1 to 3 GHz
RL ≥ 32 dB
F-female to N-male
75-ohm adapter
85039-60013
F-male to N-female
75-ohm adapter
85039-60011
Typical type-F to type-N adapter
characteristics
DC to 1 GHz
RL ≥ 38 dB
1 to 3 GHz
RL ≥ 32 dB
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Verification kits
HP 11850C/D three-way power splitters
Measuring known devices other than the standards
used in calibration is an easy way to verify the proper
operation of an HP 8753ES measurement system. HP
offers verification kits which include devices, with
data, for verifying the error-corrected measurements
of an HP 8753ES and 50-ohm test sets.
Impedance
Frequency range
Tracking
Equivalent
source match
HP 85029B 7-mm verification kit
Contains a set of precision 7-mm devices, with data
traceable to NIST* for verifying the calibrated performance of an HP 8753E measurement system.
The HP 85031B 7-mm calibration kit is required for
complete verification.
Test-port return cables
Hewlett-Packard offers high-quality RF cables to connect the HP 8753ET/ES and test sets to devices under
test. These cables offer excellent RF shielding for
high- dynamic-range measurements.
HP 11850C
HP 11850D
50 ohms
DC to 3 GHz
±25 dB, ±3˚
75 ohms
DC to 2 GHz
±2 dB, ±2.5˚
30 dB at 1.3 GHz 30 dB at 1.3 GHz
(ratio or leveling) 20 dB at 3 GHz 20 dB at 2 GHz
Nominal
9.5 dB + 1 dB/GHz 7.8 dB
insertion loss
Input port match
DC to 1.3 GHz
1.3 GHz to Fmax
Maximum
operating level
Damage level
RF connectors
RF input
All others
Includes
20 dB
10 dB
20 dB
10 dB
+20 dB
+30 dB
+20 dB
+30 dB
50-ohm type-N (f) 50-ohm type-N(f)
50-ohm type-N (f) 75-ohm type-N(f)
Three HP 11852B 50-to 75-ohm
minimum-loss pads
Recommended accessories
HP 11851B RF cable kit
HP 11851B 50-ohm type-N RF cable kit
Recommended for use with the HP 11850C/D threeway power splitters. Kit includes three phase-matched
610-mm (24-in.) cables and one 860-mm (34-in.)
cable.
Return loss
> 24 dB to 3 GHz
Phase tracking
±4˚ at 1.3 GHz
HP 8120-5639 50-ohm type-N RF cable
A 50-ohm type-N test port cable (both connectors are
type-N male).
Return loss
> 30dB to 6 GHz
HP 11857B 75-ohm type-N test port
return cables
A pair of 610-mm (24-in.) test port return cables for
use with the HP 8753ES or HP 85046B 75-ohm S-parameter test set.
Return loss
Phase tracking
> 24 dB to 2 GHz
±2˚ at 1.3 GHz
HP 11857D 7-mm test-port return cables
A pair of 610-mm (24-in.) test port return cables for
use with the HP 8753ES with the HP 85046A and
85047A S-parameter test sets. These cables can be
used with connector types other than 7-mm with the
appropriate precision adapters.
Return loss
Phase tracking
> 24 dB to 3 GHz
> 20 dB to 6 GHz
±2˚ at 1.3 GHz
HP 11857F type-F test-port return cables
Type-F test port cable set (75-ohm). Includes one
cable with type-N(male) to type-F(male) connectors
and one cable with type-N(male) to type-F(female)
connectors.
HP 11667A 50-ohm power splitter
Frequency range
Typical insertion loss
Equivalent source match
DC to 4 GHz
4 GHz to 8 GHz
8 GHz to 18 GHz
DC to 18 GHz
6 dB
26 dB
21 dB
17 dB
Tracking
(between output arms)
DC to 4 GHz
±15 dB
4 GHz to 8 GHz
±2 dB
8 GHz to 18 GHz
±25 dB
Maximum operating level ±27 dBm
Connectors
50-ohm type-N (f)
Option 001
RF input
type-N (m)
Outputs
type-N (f)
Option 002
RF input
type-N (f) on RF
Outputs
precision 7-mm
Dimensions
46 mm H x 52 mmW x
19 mm D
(1.8 x 2.0 x 0.7 in)
Recommended accessories
HP 11851B RF cable kit
HP 11852B 50-ohm to 75-ohm minimum loss pad
Frequency range
Nominal insertion loss
Return loss
300 kHz to 2 GHz
2 GHz to 3 GHz
Maximum input power
DC to 3.0 GHz
5.7 dB
32 dB
27 dB
250 mW (+24 dBm)
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HP 11852B 50-ohm to 75-ohm minimum loss pad
(continued)
Connectors
Dimensions
Weight
50-ohm type-N (f) to
75-ohm type-N (m)
standard Option 004,
50-ohm type-N (m) to
75-ohm type-N (f)
14-mm D x 70-mm L
(0.56 in x 2.75 in)
Net 0.1 kg (0.316 lb)
RF limiter
Externally attaches to one or both ports of the analyzer. Provides protection against potential high-power
transients from external devices.
Specifications
HP 11930A 7-mm RF limiter
Frequency range
DC to 6 GHz
Nominal insertion loss
DC to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
50-ohm accessory kits
The HP 11853A 50-ohm type-N and the HP 11854A
50-ohm BNC accessory kits provide the RF components generally required when using either the
HP 85046A, 85047A or 11850C with the HP 8753ES
Option 011 when measuring devices having 50-ohm
type-N or BNC connectors. These kits are supplied
with a storage case.
Return loss
DC to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
22 dB
20 dB
Maximum input power
3W
Maximum DC
30 V, 350 mA
HP 11930B 50-ohm type-N RF limiter2
Frequency range
5 MHz to 6 GHz
Nominal insertion loss
5 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
HP 11853A 50-ohm type-N accessory kit
Includes
HP part number
Type-N (f) short
Type-N (m) short
Type-N (m) to N (m) adapter
Type-N (f) to N (f) adapter
HP 11511A
HP 11512A
1250-1475
1250-1472
HP 11854A 50-ohm BNC accessory kit
Includes
HP part number
Type-N (m) to BNC female adapter
Type-N (m) to BNC male adapter
Type-N (f) to BNC male adapter
Type-N (f) to BNC female adapter
BNC (m) short
1250-1476
1250-1473
1250-1477
1250-1474
1250-0929
75-ohm accessory kits
The HP 11855A 75-ohm type-N and the HP 11856A
75-ohm BNC accessory kits provide the RF components generally required when using either the
HP 85046B or the HP 11850D power splitter with the
HP 8753ES Option 011 when measuring devices having
75-ohm type-N or BNC connectors. These kits are supplied with a storage case.
HP part number
Type-N (f) short
Type-N (m) short
Type-N (m) to N (m) adapter
Type-N (f) to N (f) adapter
Type-N (m) termination
1250-1531
1250-1530
1250-1528
1250-1529
1250-1532
HP 11856A 75-ohm BNC accessory kit
Includes
HP part number
Type-N (m) to BNC (f) adapter 1250-1535
Type-N (m) to BNC (m) adapter 1250-1533
Type-N (f) to BNC (m) adapter 1250-1534
Type-N (f) to BNC (f) adapter 1250-1536
BNC (m) short
1250-0929
BNC (m) termination
11652-60010
1.0 dB1
1.5 dB
Return loss
5 MHz to 3 GHz
3 GHz to 6 GHz
Maximum input power
21 dB1
17 dB
3W
HP 85024A high-frequency probe
Two probes may be powered directly from the front panel
of the HP 8753ET/ES. Refer to technical specifications,
HP literature #5954-8393, for more information.
Specifications
Input capacitance (at 500 MHz)
Input resistance
Bandwidth
Gain (at 500 MHz)
Frequency response
300 kHz to 1 GHz
1 GHz to 3 GHz
<0.7 pF (nominal)
1 Megohm (nominal)
300 kHz to 3 GHz
0 dB ±1 dB
±1 dB
+2, -3 dB
Input voltage for < 1 dB compression
0.3 V
Supplement characteristics
Noise figure
<100 MHz
100 MHz to 3 GHz
HP 11855A 75-ohm type-N accessory kit
Includes
1.0 dB
1.5 dB
Includes
Type-N (m) adapter
10:1 divider
Spare 12 mil probes
2.5-inch ground lead
Hook tip
Spanner tip
Probe tip nut driver
1. Return loss and insertion loss limited below 16 MHz by series capacitor.
2. Internal bias tees cannot be used with this limiter.
< 50 dB
< 25 dB
HP part/model number
HP 11880A
HP 11881A
85024-20012
01223-61302
HP 10229
5060-0549
8710-1806
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HP 8347A RF amplifier
The HP 8347A RF amplifier delivers increased power across a
300 kHz to 3 GHz frequency range.
The HP 8347A provides leveled output power without using an
external coupler and detector, since these parts are built-in. The
external ALC can be directly connected to the external AM input on
the HP 8753ET/ES. This capability is especially useful for achieving
high dynamic range measurements at faster sweep rates.
Specifications
Frequency
Gain
Output power (leveled)
Maximum output power
Leveled power flatness
Impedance
SWR
Input
Output
Spectral purity
Harmonics
Third-order intercept
Typical noise figure
100 MHz to 3 GHz
RF connectors
Dimensions
Weight
100 kHz to 3 GHz
25 dB minimum
+5 dBm to +20 dBm
(adjustable)
24 dBm (typical)
±1.5 dB
50 ohms nominal
2.2:1 max
1.6:1 (ALC on)
-20 dBc at dBm
+30 dBm (nominal)
13.5 dB
Type-N female
102-mm H x 213-mm
W x 297-mm D
(4.0 in x 8.4 in x 11.7 in)
net 3.5 kg (7.7 lb)
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P.O. Box 999
1180 AZ Amstelveen
The Netherlands
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Japan:
Hewlett-Packard Japan Ltd.
Measurement Assistance Center
9-1, Takakura-Cho, Hachioji-Shi,
Tokyo 192, Japan
Tel: (81) 426-56-7832
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Hewlett-Packard
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Miami, Florida 33126, U.S.A.
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