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POWERMEASMINFRQ
= 10e6
; maximum input frequency
[Hz]
POWERMEASMAXFRQ
= 20e9
; minimum input power
[dBm]
POWERMEASMINPOW
= -20
; maximum input power
[dBm]
POWERMEASMAXPOW
= 10
; IEEE 488 initialization string
; This sequence is sent to the power
; meter to initialize it.
;
POWERMEASINIT = C1,W5,U1,N1,A0,Q1,KF1
; time needed after initialization [sec]
POWERMEASINITDELAY
= 1.0
; define zero adjust IEEE 488 command.
POWERMEASZEROADJUST
= O1
; define power query IEEE 488 command.
; POWERMEASSETUP (not required)
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;*******************************************************************************
;
; COPYRIGHT: (c) 1996 Rohde & Schwarz, Munich
;
; Generator description file for ZVR family
;
; supports SME03
;
; $Revision:
1.4 $
;
; +------------------------------------------------------------------------+
; | This file must not be modified!. Future changes by R&S without notice. |
; +------------------------------------------------------------------------+
;
; You can use this file as an example to create your own generator
; descriptions. To do this copy the file to a different name! So software
; updates will not modify your files. Your new file will then automatically
; appear in the generator selection list box. We do not guarantee proper
; operation with any generator file not delivered by R&S!
;
;********************************************************************************/
[EXT_SRC]
; minimum output
GENERATORMINFRQ
; maximum output
GENERATORMAXFRQ
; minimum output
GENERATORMINPOW
; maximum output
GENERATORMAXPOW
frequency [Hz]
= 5e3
frequency [Hz]
= 3.0e9
power
[dBm]
= -144
power
[dBm]
= 16
; IEEE 488 initialization string
; This sequence is sent to the generator to initialize it.
; You must turn the generator to external reference, if not, there might
; be problems measuring with small IF bandwidths.
; You can also set the frequency and power to initialization values.
;
GENERATORINIT
= *RST;*CLS;:LIST:DEL:ALL;*ESE 1;*SRE 32;:POW -100DBM;:OUTP
ON;:TRIG:SLOP NEG;:ROSC:EXT:FREQ 10e6;:ROSC:SOUR EXT ;
; time needed after initialization [sec]
GENERATORINITDELAY
= 1.0
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; define continuous wave IEEE 488 command
GENERATORINITCW
= :FREQ:MODE CW
; define frequency IEEE 488 command.
; %lf will be replaced by the instrument with the current frequency [Hz]
GENERATORFREQ
= :FREQ %lf HZ
; define power command IEEE 488 command.
; %lf will be replaced by the instrument with the current power [dBm]
GENERATORLEVEL
= :POW %lf DBM
; select operation complete synchronization method
; 1 = Use *OPC IEEE 488 command
; 0 = Use delay time
;
GENERATORUSEOPC
= 1
; delay time [sec], if GENERATORUSEOPC = 0
GENERATORUSEDELAY
= 0.05
; set reference oscillator
GENERATORREFEXT
GENERATORREFINTERN
Synchronisationsmechanismus
; Does the generator support hardware handshake?
;
IEC = stepping with IEEE 488 commands
;
TTL = stepping through hardware handshake.
;
Only supported with R&S generators
GENERATORIECAVAIL
= TTL
Hardware
Handshake
; Hardware handshake only supported with R&S generators
; ----------------------------------------------------;
; If GENERATORIECAVAIL = TTL you must set the following keywords correctly
;
; By using hardware handshake the ZVR steps the generator by the hardware signals
; BLANK and TRIGGER. These signals must be connected to use this mode!
; In this case the generator is programmed with the stimulus values of the ZVR at
; initialization time.
; Using hardware handshake the measurement speed is improved significantly.
;
; maximum number of points for generator list mode
GENERATORLISTMAX
= 2003
; delay times for the hardware signals
GENERATORREADYINVALIDTIME
= 1200e-6
GENERATORREADYEXACTTIME
= 200e-6
; sequences for programming frequency and power list
;
GENERATORFREQLIST
= :FORM ASC;:LIST:FREQ %s
GENERATORLEVELFORFREQLIST
= :FORM ASC;:LIST:POW %lf
GENERATORLEVELLIST
= :FORM ASC;:LIST:POW %s
GENERATORFREQFORLEVELLIST
= :FORM ASC;:LIST:FREQ %lf
GENERATORSELECTLISTBYNAME
= :LIST:SEL "%s"
GENERATORDELETELISTBYNAME
= :FREQ:MODE CW;:POW -100DBM;:LIST:DEL "%s"
GENERATORSELECTLISTBYNUMBER
= :LIST:SEL "LIST%lu"
GENERATORDELETELISTBYNUMBER
= :FREQ:MODE CW;:POW -100DBM;:LIST:DEL "LIST%lu"
GENERATORINITFREQLIST
= :LIST:LEARN;:FREQ:MODE LIST;:LIST:MODE STEP;:TRIG:LIST:SOUR
EXT;:ABOR:LIST
GENERATORINITLEVELLIST
= :LIST:LEARN;:FREQ:MODE LIST;:LIST:MODE STEP;:TRIG:LIST:SOUR
EXT;:ABOR:LIST
GENERATORINITFREQANDLEVELLIST = :LIST:LEARN;:FREQ:MODE LIST;:LIST:MODE STEP;:TRIG:LIST:SOUR
EXT;:ABOR:LIST
GENERATORRESETLIST
= :ABOR:LIST
; Error detection on external device:
; NONE = no error detection
; IEEE = error detection using IEEE 488.2 Registers STB and ESR
; SCPI = error detection using IEEE 488.2 Registers STB and ESR
;
and SCPI Error Queue.
GENERATORERRORMODE
= IEEE
; commands to turn RF output OFF and ON
GENERATORRFOFF = :OUTP:STAT OFF
GENERATORRFON = :OUTP:STAT ON
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;*******************************************************************************
;
; COPYRIGHT: (c) 1996 Rohde & Schwarz, Munich
;
; Power meter description file for ZVR family
;
; supports NRVS
;
; $Revision:
1.2 $
;
; +------------------------------------------------------------------------+
; | This file must not be modified!. Future changes by R&S without notice. |
; +------------------------------------------------------------------------+
;
; You can use this file as an example to create your own power meter
; descriptions. To do this copy the file to a different name! So software
; updates will not modify your files. Your new file will then automatically
; appear in the power meter selection list box. We do not guarantee proper
; operation with any power meter file not delivered by R&S!
;
;********************************************************************************/
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[POWERMETER]
; minimum input
POWERMEASMINFRQ
; maximum input
POWERMEASMAXFRQ
; minimum input
POWERMEASMINPOW
; maximum input
POWERMEASMAXPOW
frequency
frequency
power
power
[Hz]
= 10e6
[Hz]
= 20e9
[dBm]
= -20
[dBm]
= 10
; IEEE 488 initialization string
; This sequence is sent to the power meter to initialize it.
;
POWERMEASINIT
= C1,W5,U1,N1,A0,Q1,KF1
; time needed after initialization [sec]
POWERMEASINITDELAY
= 1.0
; define zero adjust IEEE 488 command.
POWERMEASZEROADJUST
= O1
; define power query IEEE 488 command.
; POWERMEASSETUP (not required)
POWERMEASQUERY
= X1
; Power meters are able to correct the
; frequeny-dependent losses for the power sensor.
; The calibration factor for the power sensor is
; saved in nonvolatile memory in the device.
;
; 1 = the power meter c a n do the correction,
;
the SENSOR X CAL FACTOR LIST is n o t used
; 0 = the power meter c a n n o t do the correction,
;
the correction is done by the ZVR software
;
using the SENSOR X CAL FACTOR LIST
;
POWERMEASUSECORR
= 1
; IEEE 488 command frequency for the correction of power sensor losses
; %lf will be replaced by the instrument with the current frequency [Hz]
POWERMEASCORR
= DF %lf
; IEEE 488 exit string
; This sequence is sent to the power meter when
; the ZVR stops using it.
;
POWERMEASEXIT
=
; select operation complete synchronization method
; 0 = Use delay time
; 1 = Use *OPC IEEE 488 command
; 2 = Wait for SRQ, but do not add *OPC to commands
;
POWERMEASUSEOPC
= 2
; delay time [sec], if POWERMEASUSEOPC = 0
POWERMEASUSEDELAY
= 0.5
;
; Error detection on external device:
; NONE = no error detection
; STB5 = Bit 5 in Status Byte indicates an error (old R&S instruments)
; IEEE = error detection using IEEE 488.2 Registers STB and ESR
; SCPI = error detection using IEEE 488.2 Registers STB and ESR
;
and SCPI Error Queue.
POWERMEASERRORMODE
= STB5
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[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[12]
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[14]
[15]
[16]
8.
Literaturhinweise
H.-G. Krekels: Automatic Calibration of Vector Network
Analyzer ZVR, Appl. Note 1EZ30_2E.
O. Ostwald: 3-Port Measurements with Vector Network
Analyzer ZVR, Appl. Note 1EZ26_1E.
O. Ostwald: 4-Port Measurements with Vector Network
Analyzer ZVR, Appl. Note 1EZ25_1E.
T. Bednorz: Measurement Uncertainties for Vector Network Analysis, Appl. Note 1EZ29_1E.
P. Kraus: Frequenzumsetzende Messungen mit dem
Netzwerkanalysator ZVR, Appl. Note 1EZ31_1D.
J. Ganzert: Accessing Measurement Data and Controlling
the Vector Network Analyzer via DDE, Appl. Note
1EZ33_1E.
J. Ganzert: File Transfer between Analyzers FSE or ZVR
and PC using MS-DOS Interlink, Appl. Note 1EZ34_1E.
O. Ostwald: Group and Phase Delay Measurements with
Vector Network Analyzer ZVR, Appl. Note 1EZ35_1E.
O. Ostwald: Mehrtormessungen mit dem Netzwerkanalysator ZVR, Appl. Note 1EZ37_1D.
O. Ostwald: Fragen und Antworten zum Netzwerkanalysator ZVR, Appl. Note 1EZ38_3D.
A. Gleißner: Interner Datentransfer zwischen Windows
3.1 / Excel und vektoriellem Netzwerkanalysator ZVR,
Appl. Note 1EZ39_1D.
A. Gleißner: Power Calibration of Vector Network Analyzer ZVR, Appl. Note 1EZ41_2E.
O. Ostwald: Pulsed Measurements on GSM Amplifier
SMD ICs with Vector Network Analyzer ZVR, Appl. Note
1EZ42_1E.
O.Ostwald: T-Check - Meßgenauigkeitstest für Netzwerkanalysatoren mit Hilfe einer T-Verzweigung, Appl.
Note 1EZ43_0D.
O. Ostwald: Zeitbereichsmessungen mit dem Netzwerkanalysator ZVR, Appl. Note 1EZ44_1D.
J. Simon Virtuelle Transformationsnetzwerke für den
Netzwerkanalysator ZVR, Appl. Note 1EZ45_1D.
3-Kanal bidir.50 Ω, aktiv
ZVCE
20 kHz…8 GHz
1106.9020.50
4-Kanal bidir. 50 Ω, aktiv
ZVC
20 kHz…8 GHz
1106.9020.60
ZVR-A71
9 kHz…4 GHz
1043.7690.18
ZVR-A75
9 kHz…4 GHz
1043.7755.28
75 Ω, aktiv
ZVR-A76
300 kHz…4 GHz
1043.7755.29
ZVR-B1
0…8 GHz
1044.0625.02
ZVR-B2
wie Analysator
1044.1009.02
ZVR-B4
wie Analysator
1044.1215.02
ZVR-B6
wie Analysator
1044.1415.02
ZVR-B7
wie Analysator
1044.1544.02
ZVR-B8
0…4 GHz
1086.0000.02
ZVR-K9
wie Analysator
1106.8830.02
ZVR-B14
0…4 GHz
1106.7510.02
ZVR-B14
0…4 GHz
1106.7510.03
5)
ZVR-B15
-
1044.0290.02
ZVR-B15
-
1044.0290.03
FSE-B16
-
1073.5973.02
FSE-B16
-
1073.5973.03
FSE-B17
-
1066.4017.02
ZVR-B21
wie Analysator
1044.0025.11
ZVR-B22
wie Analysator
1044.0025.21
ZVR-B23
wie Analysator
1044.0025.12
ZVR-B24
wie Analysator
1044.0025.22
ZVR-B25
10 Hz…4 GHz
(ZVR/E/L)
20 kHz…8 GHz
(ZVC/E)
1044.0460.02
3)
Netzwerkanalysatoren (Testset enthalten) *
1)
3-Kanal unidir. 50 Ω,
passiv
ZVRL
9 kHz…4 GHz
1043.0009.41
3)
3-Kanal bidir. 50 Ω, passiv
ZVRE
9 kHz…4 GHz
1043.0009.51
3-Kanal bidir. 50 Ω, aktiv
ZVRE
300 kHz…4 GHz
1043.0009.52
4-Kanal bidir. 50 Ω, passiv
ZVR
9 kHz…4 GHz
1043.0009.61
4-Kanal bidir. 50 Ω, aktiv
ZVR
300 kHz…4 GHz
1043.0009.62
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