HP 37717C User's manual

HP 37717C User's manual
Quick Start
Guide
HP 37717C
Communications
Performance Analyzer
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Quick Start Guide
HP 37717C Communications
Performance Analyzer
About This Book
The Quick Start Guide demonstrates the basic operation of the instrument.
This guide tells you how to select the displays that you want and how to use them to modify
the instrument functions.
This guide also tells you about the front panel key functions, the indicators and the
connectors.
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Contents
Introduction to the 37717C Front Panel 7
Selecting Displays 8
Selecting Multiple or Single Windows 9
Moving Around Multiple Windows 10
Selecting the Graph or Other Display in Multiple Windows 11
Changing the Displayed Folder 13
Changing the Instrument Settings 14
Modifying Displays with Pop-up Menus 16
Making Selections using Pictorial and Graphic Displays. 20
Using with a Monitor 24
Using the Other Front Panel Keys 25
Monitoring Status 27
Displaying Status History 27
General Alarm Indicators 28
PDH / DSn Alarm Indicators 28
ATM Alarm Indicators 28
Jitter Alarm Indicators 28
SDH Alarm Indicators 29
SONET Alarm Indicators (Option 120) 29
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Contents
iv
Getting Started
This chapter shows you how to select and
change displays
Getting Started
Getting Started shows you how to select displays and use them to change
the instrument settings. Getting started includes the following:
• How to select single or multiple windows
• How to obtain the required display using the display select keys,
TRANSMIT ; RECEIVE ; RESULTS ; GRAPH ; OTHER
• How to modify the display information, using
and the display softkeys or pop-up menus
• How to use the other front panel keys
• How to interpret the front panel status indicators
• How to connect to external equipment
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and
Getting Started
Introduction to the 37717C Front Panel
Introduction to the 37717C Front Panel
Received signal
and alarm condition
Select display
TRANSMIT
FRAME LOSS
PATTERN LOSS
LOSS OF POINTER
ERRORS
MS-AIS
PDH/DSn
AIS
RECEIVE
RESULTS
Start/ stop test
RUN/
STOP
AU-AIS
FRAME LOSS
CLOCK LOSS
M/F LOSS
MS-RDI
REMOTE ALARM
HP-RDI
TU-AIS
REMOTE M/F ALARM
VP ALARM
GRAPH
SDH/SONET
LOS
LP-RDI
ATM
POINTER ADJUST
VC ALARM
LOSS OF CELL SYNC
HISTORY
SELECTED CELL NOT RX
SHOW
HISTORY
JITTER UNLOCK
OTHER
RESET
HISTORY
JITTER HITS
Manual printer/
logging controls
PAPER
FEED
PRINT
NOW
SET
Control
pop up menu
Move cursor
CANCEL
The operator interface is provided by the display and the front panel
keys.
The display may be multiple windows or a single window.
When the display is multiple windows, the "active" window is indicated
with a color which is different from the color of the three "inactive"
windows.
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Getting Started
Selecting Displays
Selecting Displays
A multiple window display is available. The displayed pages are:
Transmitter Output, Receiver Input, Results and either Graph or Other
(Function).
TRANSMIT
Allows control of the settings associated with the generated signal.
RECEIVE
Allows control of the settings associated with the received signal.
RESULTS
Allows control of the test timing and graph storage and displays the
selected measurement results.
GRAPH
Allows management of the stored graphical results.
OTHER
Allows control of Stored Settings, Settings Control, Floppy Disk,
Logging, Remote Control, Time & Date, Miscellaneous (Keyboard Lock,
Beep on Received Error, Suspend Test on Signal Loss), Option and
Option Enable, Calibration, Autosetup and Color Control.
A list of Options fitted is also displayed.
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Getting Started
Selecting Displays
Selecting Multiple or Single Windows
To select single window, use the display keys TRANSMIT ; RECEIVE ;
RESULTS ; GRAPH and OTHER , to select the display required and
then press SINGLE WINDOW .
Most examples in this manual use SINGLE window. To return to
multiple windows, press MULTIPLE WINDOW .
Example: To obtain a single window transmit display, Use TRANSMIT to
make the transmit window active.
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Getting Started
Selecting Displays
Use SINGLE WINDOW to obtain a
single transmit window display
To change the page displayed in
the single window, press the page
key for the page required (e.g.
RECEIVE, RESULTS, GRAPH or
OTHER) .
When returning to multiple
windows, the current single
window display will become the
active display within the multiple
windows.
Moving Around Multiple Windows
To move the cursor to another of the displayed windows, press the
display selection key for that window.
Example: The cursor is in the TRANSMITTER OUTPUT window at the
top left of the display.
.
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Getting Started
Selecting Displays
If you want to make changes to the receive display, you need to make the
receive display "active". To move the cursor to the RECEIVER INPUT
window at the top right of the display, press RECEIVE .
Selecting the Graph or Other Display in Multiple
Windows
Press OTHER or GRAPH for the display that you want.
Example: To change the display from OTHER
GRAPH .
to GRAPH . Press
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Getting Started
Selecting Displays
Display with OTHER FUNCTION
Press GRAPH to change to the graph display
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Getting Started
Selecting Displays
Changing the Displayed Folder
Many windows displayed with the TRANSMIT ; RECEIVE ;and
RESULTS keys contain a number of “folders” which may be selected
with
and
.
For example, in the display given below there are five “folders” MAIN
SETTINGS, STRUCT’D SETTINGS, JITTER and TEST FUNCTION. In
this example MAIN SETTINGS is the current selection.
Example:
To change the PDH display shown
from MAIN SETTINGS to
STRUCTURED SETTINGS.
Use
.
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Getting Started
Changing the Instrument Settings
Changing the Instrument Settings
Settings which may be changed are displayed in a different color to those
which are fixed. In this manual, variable settings are shown on the
displays in [ ].
In each of the display areas the
field currently able to be changed
is marked by a highlighted cursor.
The highlighted cursor is moved
around the display using
and
.
The menu of selections available,
for the highlighted field, appears
at the bottom of the display: RS232 ; HP IB ; DISK . The choice from the
menu is made using the display softkeys situated immediately below the
display.
When a field has more than five
choices, as in SPEED shown here, a
softkey labelled MORE is provided.
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Getting Started
Changing the Instrument Settings
When MORE is chosen the
remainder of the menu is revealed.
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Getting Started
Changing the Instrument Settings
Modifying Displays with Pop-up Menus
Although the method of modifying the displays with softkeys is always
available, it is easier in many cases to use the Pop-up menus.
The pop-up menus are particularly useful for:
• Text entry
• Date/time entry
• Integer, Hexadecimal and Binary entry
• Trace data entry
• Menu selection when there are a large number of choices
• SDH/SONET payload mapping
• ATM physical and adaptation layer selections
• Jitter mask selections
If an attempt is made to set out of range values, the instrument will
adopt the nearest possible legal value.
Text, Trace Data, Date and Time, Integer and Hexadecimal
Selection.
Move the cursor to the field to be changed.
Press SET for the pop-up menu.
The current selection is shown in a window at the top of the pop-up
menu.
To move through the current setting in the
window use
and
to select
or
.
<<<
>>>
Use SET to move to the required field.
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Getting Started
Changing the Instrument Settings
Select the required character or function
on the pop-up menu with
and
.
Press SET to set the selection in the window at the top of the pop-up
menu.
When the required content is displayed in the window at the top of the
pop-up menu, select END and press SET to change the instrument
setting to the new value.
To exit the menu display without making the change, press CANCEL .
Example:
The pop-up menu provides a more convenient method of entering stored
setting titles. Move the cursor into one of the title fields and press SET .
SET
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Getting Started
Changing the Instrument Settings
Binary Entry
For fields which require binary data entry, use SET to display the popup menu.
The current setting is shown in a window at the top of the pop-up menu.
To move through the selected entry with the pop-up menu use <<< and
>>> see page 16.
Binary selection is achieved with
= 0 and
= 1. This operation
enters the selected character, 0 or 1, and moves to the next character.
This method allows rapid setting of binary words. For example:
To set the word 11110011 Use
.
Selection of the last character changes the instrument setting to the new
value.
To exit the menu display without making the change, press CANCEL .
Example:
The binary pop-up menu maybe used to set up a user defined word. In
this example the user defined word is an ATM payload background byte.
SET
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Getting Started
Changing the Instrument Settings
Menu Selection
There is a menu selection available as an alternative to any group of soft
keys. Display the menu with SET . Use
and
to make the
selection.
To change to the new value, press SET . To exit the display without
making the change, press CANCEL .
Example:
SET
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Getting Started
Changing the Instrument Settings
Making Selections using Pictorial and Graphic
Displays.
In some cases selection is simplified with a pictorial or graphic "map"
display. This facility is available where the display has a + symbol.
These displays are obtained in the same way as the pop-up menus using
SET . Some of these displays include menus which allow the settings to
be changed.
NOTE
Details of the pictorial display depend on the optional modules fitted to
the instrument.
SDH Payload Mapping
With the cursor in the MAPPING field, press SET to display the payload
map.
To change between AU- layer, TU-layer and Payload layer selections, use
and
.
To select the mapping you want, use
and
.
To change to the new value, press SET . To exit the map display without
making the change, press CANCEL .
.Example:
AU-layer
SET
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TU-layer
Payload
layer
Getting Started
Changing the Instrument Settings
ATM Physical Layer Selections
With the cursor in the ATM, PHYSICAL LAYER, SIGNAL field, press
SET to display the physical interface. Use
and
to select the
interface you want.
To change to the new value, press SET .
To exit the map display without making the change, press CANCEL .
Example:
SET
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Getting Started
Changing the Instrument Settings
Jitter Mask Selection
Graphical displays of jitter mask selections are available. The current
settings are shown by a marker on the graphical display.
Jitter Mask set to Off
To obtain a graphical display, move the cursor to RANGE,
MODULATION FREQUENCY, or AMPLITUDE and press SET .
To change a value, use
and
to select the parameter you
want to change, RANGE, MOD FREQ OR AMPLITUDE.
Press SET for a pop-up menu.
Make your selection from the pop-up menu as described in Modifying
Displays with Pop-up Menus page 16 and press SET again to select the
new value.
The marker on the graphical display will move to the new position and
set the new value.
To exit the graphical display with the new value set, press CANCEL .
SET
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Getting Started
Changing the Instrument Settings
Jitter Mask set to Swept
To obtain a pictorial display, move the cursor to JITTER MASK [SWEPT]
and press SET . The marker moves continuously through the sweep
range.
To exit the pictorial display use CANCEL .
SET
To change the frequency, press SET for a pop-up menu.
Use
and
to make your selection from the pop-up menu
and press SET again to select the new value
To exit the graphical display with the new value set, press CANCEL
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Getting Started
Using with a Monitor
Jitter Mask set to Spot
To obtain a graphical display, move the cursor to SPOT FREQUENCY
and press SET .
.
SET
To change the frequency press SET for a pop-up menu of the values
available.
Use
and
to make your selection from the pop-up menu
and press SET again to select the new value.
The marker on the graphical display will move to the new position and
update the value.
To exit the graphical display with the new value set, press CANCEL
Using with a Monitor
For ease of viewing at a distance, the instrument display may be
presented on a monitor. The monitor should be connected to the HP
37717C front panel VGA connector.
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Getting Started
Using the Other Front Panel Keys
Using the Other Front Panel Keys
FRAME LOSS SDH/SONET
LOS
LOSS OF POINTER
PATTERN LOSS
MS-AIS
ERRORS
AIS
PDH/DSn
AU-AIS
LOF
CLOCK LOSS
M/F LOSS
MS-RDI
REMOTE ALARM
HP-RDI
REMOTE M/F ALARM
VP ALARM
TU-AIS
ATM
VC ALARM
LOSS OF CELL SYNC
LP-RDI
POINTER ADJUST
HISTORY
SELECTED CELL NOT RX
JITTER UNLOCK
JITTER HITS
AUTO SETUP
The test set attempts to match the settings to the received signal.
RUN/STOP
Terminates the current test period if one is in progress. Starts a new test
period. The indicator above the key is lit when a test period is in
progress.
SINGLE
Adds a single bit error to the output data pattern each time the key is
pressed.
LOCAL
Returns the instrument from remote operation to Local (keyboard)
operation. The indicator above the key is lit when the instrument is
under Remote Control.
SET
Displays the pop-up menu for the currently highlighted field. This key
also confirms the selection made.
CANCEL
Clears the pop-up menu without changing the selection.
PRINT NOW
The selected measurement results are logged, immediately, to the
selected printer.
PAPER FEED
The paper in the internal printer is advanced.
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Getting Started
Using the Other Front Panel Keys
CAUTION
Do not press PAPER FEED while attempting to load a new roll of paper in
the printer. It could result in a paper jam and disable the printer. Wait
until the paper is fed through the printer mechanism before pressing
PAPER FEED .
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Getting Started
Monitoring Status
Monitoring Status
LOSS
FRAME LOSS SDH/SONET
PATTERN LOSS
LOSS OF POINTER
ERRORS
AIS
MS-AIS
PDH/DSn
AU-AIS
FRAME LOSS
CLOCK LOSS
M/FRAME LOSS
MS-RDI
REMOTE ALARM
HP-RDI
REMOTE M/FRAME ALARM
TU-AIS
VP ALARM
ATM
VC ALARM
LP-RDI
POINTER ADJUST
LOSS OF CELLSYNC
SELECTED CELL NOT RX
JITTER UNLOCK
JITTER HITS
Displaying Status History
The Status indicators on the front panel convey information regarding
the current status of the instrument. If an alarm has occurred during the
current Test Period, the indicator above SHOW HISTORY is lit. To view
which alarms have occurred, press and hold SHOW HISTORY . When
SHOW HISTORY is released the status indicators return to displaying the
current status.
SHOW HISTORY
When pressed and held, the Status indicators display any alarms which
have been set during the current Test Period. This continues until
SHOW HISTORY is released at which time the current status is
displayed. The indicator above the key is lit to signify that an alarm has
occurred during the current Test Period.
RESET HISTORY
Resets the history store such that the historical and present status are
the same. This can also be achieved by starting a new Test Period.
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Getting Started
Monitoring Status
General Alarm Indicators
Loss
No data transitions at the input port.
Pattern Loss
The received data pattern is not in synchronization
with the internally generated reference data.
Errors
A measured error has occurred. The indicator will
remain lit for 100 ms.
PDH / DSn Alarm Indicators
These are active when a PDH / DSn signal is received
AIS
The All Ones AIS signal is detectable in the presence of
a 1 in 10-3 error rate.
Frame Loss
Frame alignment lost or out of alignment condition.
M/Frame Loss Multiframe alignment lost.
Remote Alarm Remote alarm, x-bit or yellow alarm bit is set.
Remote M/
Frame Alarm
Remote Multiframe Alarm bit is set.
ATM Alarm Indicators
These are active when an ATM signal is received.
VP Alarm
Virtual Path AIS or FERF has been detected.
VC Alarm
Virtual Channel AIS or FERF has been detected.
Loss of Cell
Sync
Cell Sync Loss has been detected.
Selected Cell
Not RX
The selected cell has not been received.Selected cell not
received.
Jitter Alarm Indicators
Jitter Unlock
The jitter receiver has lost phase lock. Jitter
measurement is suspended until lock is regained.
Jitter Hits
A jitter hit has been detected.
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Getting Started
Monitoring Status
SDH Alarm Indicators
These are active when an SDH signal is received.
FRAME LOSS Loss Of Frame has been detected.
LOSS OF
POINTER
Loss of pointer has been detected.
MS-AIS
Multiplexer Section AIS has been detected.
AU-AIS
Path AIS has been detected.
CLOCK LOSS The transmitter clock is not synchronized to the
selected reference.
MS-RDI
Multiplexer Section RDI (FERF) has been detected.
HP-RDI
Path RDI (FERF) has been detected.
TU-AIS
TU Path AIS has been detected. .
LP-RDI
TU Path RDI (FERF) has been detected. .
POINTER
ADJUST
A pointer change in the foreground signal has been
detected.
SONET Alarm Indicators (Option 120)
These are active when a SONET signal is received.
LOF/SEF
Loss of Frame or Severely Errored Frame has been
detected. Status message on bottom of display states
which has occurred.
LOP-P/LOP-V Loss of Pointer has been detected.
AIS-L
Line AIS has been detected.
AIS-P
STS Path AIS has been detected.
CLOCK LOSS The transmitter clock is not synchronized to the
selected reference.
RDI-L
Line Remote Defect Indication (RDI) has been
detected.
RDI-P
STS Path RDI has been detected.
AIS-V
Virtual Tributary path AIS has been detected.
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Getting Started
Monitoring Status
RDI-V
POINTER
ADJUST
30
VT path RDI has been detected.
A pointer change in the foreground signal has been
detected.
Index
A
AIS alarm indicator, 28
Alarm Indicator
AIS, 28
Errors, 28
Frame loss, 28
HP-RDI, 29
Jitter unlock, 28
LOF/OOF, 29
Loss of cell sync, 28
LP-RDI, 29
M/Frame loss, 28
MS-RDI, 29
Pattern Loss, 28
Pointer adjust, 29
Remote alarm, 28
Remote M/frame alarm, 28
Selected cell not received, 28
Signal Loss, 28
TU-AIS, 29
TU-LOP, 29
VC Alarm, 28
VP alarm, 28
Alarm Indicators
ATM, 28
General, 28
Jitter hits, 28
PDH / DSn, 28
SDH, 29
ATM Alarm Indicators, 28
ATM Alarms
Loss of Cell Sync, 28
Selected Cell Not Received, 28
VC Alarm, 28
VP Alarm, 28
ATM layer selections with pop-up menus,
21
AU-AIS Alarm IndicatorAlarm Indicator
AU-AIS, 29
Auto Setup key, 25
B
Binary entry with pop-up menu, 18
C
Cancel key, 25
Changing settings on displays, 14
Changing settings with soft keys, 14
Clock Loss Alarm IndicatorAlarm Indicator
Clock loss, 29
Cursor
Introduction to, 14
Moving, 14
D
Date and time entry with pop-up menu, 16
Display on a monitor, 24
Displaying list of, 8
Displays
Changing settings on, 14
DSn Alarm Indicators, 28
E
Errors Alarm Indicator, 28
F
Folder
Selecting, 13
Frame Loss Alarm Indicator, 28
Other, 8
Paper Feed, 25
Print Now, 25
Receive, 8
Reset History, 27
Results, 8
Run / Stop, 25
Set, 25
Show History, 27
Transmit, 8
L
Local key, 25
LOF alarm indicator, 29
Loss of Cell Sync Alarm Indicator, 28
Loss Of Pointer Alarm IndicatorAlarm Indicator
AU-LOP, 29
LP-RDI Alarm Indicator, 29
H
Hexadecimal entry with pop-up menu, 16
History Keys, 27
HP-RDI Alarm Indicator, 29
M
M/Fame Loss Alarm Indicator, 28
Menus, pop-up, obtaining, 16
Monitor,connecting, 24
MS-AIS Alarm IndicatorAlarm Indicator
MS-AIS, 29
MS-RDI Alarm Indicator, 29
Multiple windows
Moving between, 10
Selecting the undisplayed window, 11
Multiple/single window selection, 9
I
Indicators
Front Panel, 28
Integer entry with pop-up menu, 16
O
OOF alarm Indicator, 29
Options fitted, 8
Other key, 8
J
Jitter Alarm Indicators, 28
Jitter hits alarm indicator, 28
Jitter Unlock alarm indicator, 28
P
Paper Feed key, 25
Pattern Loss Alarm Indicator, 28
PDH / DSn Alarms
AIS, 28
Frame Loss, 28
M/Frame Loss, 28
Remote Alarm, 28
Remote M/Frame Alarm, 28
PDH Alarm Indicators, 28
Pictorial displays as a selection aid, 20
G
Graph key, 8
Graphic displays as a selection aid, 20
K
Keys
Auto Setup, 25
Cancel, 25
Graph, 8
Local, 25
31
Index
Pointer Adjust Indicator, 29
Pop-up menus
As alternative to soft keys, 19
Modifying displays with, 16
Print Now key, 25
R
Receive key, 8
Remote Alarm Indicator, 28
Remote M/Frame Alarm Indicator, 28
Reset History key, 27
Results key, 8
Run / Stop Key, 25
S
SDH Alarm Indicators, 29
SDH Alarms
AU-AIS, 29
Clock Loss, 29
HP-RDI, 29
Loss Of Pointer, 29
LP-RDI, 29
MS-AIS, 29
MS-RDI, 29
Pointer Adjust, 29
TU-AIS, 29
SDH payload mapping with pictorial display, 20
Selectable display values, 15
Selected Cell Not Received Alarm Indicator, 28
Set key, 25
Settings
changing with soft keys, 14
Show History key, 27
Signal Loss Alarm Indicator, 28
Single/multiple window selection, 9
Soft key alternative, pop-up menu, 19
Soft keys
using, 14
Status Indicators, 27
T
Text entry with pop-up menu, 16
Trace data entry with pop-up menu, 16
Transmit key, 8
TU-AIS Alarm Indicator, 29
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V
VC Alarm Indicator, 28
VP Alarm Indicator, 28
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In This Book
This book demonstrates the basic
operation of the instrument. It tells
you how to select the displays that
you want and how to use them to
modify the instrument functions.
This guide also tells you about the
front panel key functions, the
indicators and the connectors.
Printed in U.K. 03/98
37717-90401
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