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2710
SPECTRUM
ANALYZER
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2710 Service
PREFACE
ThismanualcontainsserviceinformationfortheTEKTRONIX
2710 SPECTRUM ANALYZER.
Other instruction manuals for this product are:
2710 Operators Manual
2710 Option 03 Programmers Manual
For manual ordering information, refer to the Replaceable
Mechanical Parts Listattherearcf this manualcrccntaaycur
local Tektronix Field Office.
Who Should Use This Manual?
This manual is intended forelectrcnictechnicians with expe-
rience in servicing digital, analog, and II circuitty. Circuit
analysis is mostly functional and should help isolate most
malfunctions to a board or block of circuitry. The technician
should then be able, with the aid of test equipment, to isolate
the malfunction to a specific component or components.
Documentation Standards
Most terminology and graphics follow ANSI standards. A
glossary of terms is provided as an appendix. Refer to the
following standards:
ANSI Yl .I Abbreviations
ANSI Y32.2 Graphic Symbols
IEEE 91 Logic Symbols
Change/History Information
Manual corrections or additional information is included when
manual pages are revised. A revised page is identified by a
revision date located in the lower inside ccrner of the page.
This helps ensure that the manual contains the latest and
most accurate information available through the evolution of
the instrument.
History information, with the updated data, is integrated into
thetextordiagrams. Whenatextpageisupdated,the revised
pages are identified by a levision date in the lower inside
corner of the page. When a diagram is updated, the revision
date is placed at the lower center of the diagram. History
information is shown with a gray tint. When a component
value ischanged. the designator on the drawing is boxed with
a grey outline. When a circuit is deleted or changed, the
original configuration is shown in grey, drawn either at its
original location or to the side of the drawing.
If you have a manual other than the one that came with your
instrument it may contain revisions that da not apply to your
instrument: however all history information that pertains to the
earlier instruments is retained. When a major modification
has been made to an assembly or circuit board. the data for
the replaced assembly will follow the new information and will
be identified with approptiate titles or headings such as
instrument serial numberrangeortheassemblycr board part
numbers.
Also. if your instrument has an assembly replaced with a
newer version. documentation for the newer assembly may
be supplied. Contact any Tektronix Service Center for infor-
mation.
TABLE
PREFCACE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
LIST OF TABLES
SERVlCtNG SAFETY SUMMARY
Section 1
Section 2
GENERAL INFORMATION
INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION
Conformance to Industry
Standards
Praducf Service
Instrument Construction
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Changing Power Input Range 1-2
Replacing Fuses l-2
Assembly and Circuit Numbering 1-2
Accessories 1-2
Standard Accessories 1-2
SPECIFICATION
OF
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ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 2-l
Frequency Related 2-2
Frequency/Amplitude Related 2-4
Amplitude Related 2-6
InpuWOutput Signal 2-9
Power Requirements 2-9
General Characteristics 2-10
ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS2-11
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 2-12
Sectlon 3 PERFORMANCE CHECK
Introduction
Incoming Inspection Test
Verification of Tolerance Values
History Information
Equipment Required
Power up Procedure
Front Panel Operation
1. Check Frequency Accuracy
2. Check Resolution Bandwidth
Shape Factor
3. Check Short Term Drift
4. Check Noise Sidebands
5. Check Frequency Span/IX
Accuracy
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CONTENTS
Section 3 PERFORMANCE
CHECK (Continued)
6.
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9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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15.
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18.
19.
20.
21.
Check Flatness
Check Marker Operation
Check Center Measure/Counter
check Display Dynamic Range
Check Sensitivity
Check Sensitivity @ 1.8GHr
with PREAMP OFF
Check Spurious Responses
Check Intermodulation Products
(IM)
Check Harmonic Distortion
Check Start Spur Amplitude
Check LO (Local Oscillator)
Emission
Check 1 dS Compression Point
Check J103 Accessory Connector
Check Sweep Rate and Sweep
Accuracy
Check Triggering
Check Internal Calibrator
22. Check FM Detector
23. Check Residual FM
Section 4 ADJUSTMENT
Introduction
Recommended Test Equipment
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
PREPARATION
1. Adjust Power Supply
and Deflection
2. Adjust Sweep and Horizontal
Deflection Amplifier
3. Preset Display Storage
4. Adjust Log Amplifier
5. Adjust Calibrator Amplitude
and IF Gain
6. Adjust Display Storage
7. Adjust Span Attenuator and
Canter Frequency Accuracy
8. Adjust Variable Resolution Filters
9. Adjust Log Board Peripherals
10. Adjust Flatness
11. Adjust Log Match
12. Adjust Counter Amplifier
13. Perform Service Normalizations
14. Adjust Reference Frequency
(Option 02)
15. Adjust Video Monitor (Option 10)
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TABLE OF
Section 5 MAINTENANCE
INTRODUCTION
Static-Sensitive Components
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Cleaning
Fixtures and Tools for Maintenance
Visual Inspection
Transistor and Integrated Circuit
Checks
Performance Checks and
Recalibration
Stored Data in SatietyBackup
Memory
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting Aide
Diagrams
Circuit Board llluetrations and
Component Locator Charts
General Troubleshooting
Techniques
Semiconductor Checks
Diode Checks
Diagnostic Firmware
Troubleshooting Steps
CAL DEBUG FLAGS
CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
Handling Static Sensitive
Components
Obtaining Replacement Pat%
Parts Repair and Return Program
Selected Components
Replacing EPROM Devices
Surface-Mounted Components
Replacing Surface-Mounted
Components
Transistor and Integrated Circuit
Configurations
Diode Color Code
Multiple Terminal (Harmonica)
Connectors
Resistor Values
Capacitor Marking
Soldering Techniques
REPLACING ASSEMBLIES
AND SUBASSEMBLIES
Removing the Instrument
from its Cabinet
Replacing the Ctl
Repairing the Crl Trace Rotation
Coil
Removing ot Replacing Semi-rigid
Coaxial Cables
Replacing the RF Deck
CONTENTS (Cont)
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Section 5 MAINTENANCE (Continued)
Replacitig the 1st Converter
Mixer Diodes
Replacing the 1st LO
Replacing the Step Attenuator
Replacing the 1st LO Buffet Amplifier
Replacing the Front-Panel Board
Replacing the Fan Assembly
Replacing the RF Mother Board
Replacing the Power Supply Board
MAINTENANCE ADJUSTMENTS
Adjusting Salt Spur Amplitude
Adjusting the Four Cavity Filter
Adjusting the 2nd Convener
Adjusting RF Mother Board Amplitudes
Adjusting The 1 st LO Buffer Amplifier
Beat Note Level Adjustment
Phase Lock Offset Adjustment
MENU OPERATION
INTRODUCTION
MENU DISPLAY
KEYPAD and ALPHA CHARACTERS
MENU SELECTIONS
INVOKING A SELECTION
MENU PATH
DISPLAY RESPONSE
MENU DESCRIPTIONS
INPUT MENU
MKWFREC! MENU
SWP/TRIG MENU
DSPL MENU
APPL MENU
DET/GEN MENU
UTIL MENU
Section 6 OPTIONS
Introduction
Option Al Through A5
Option 81
Option Ml Through M3
OPTION 01
OPTION 02
OPTION 06
OPTION 09
OPTION 10
OPTION 11
OPTION 15
OPTION 30
OPTION 33
OPTION 34
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (Cont)
Section 7 THEORY OF OPERATION Page
BLOCK DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION 7-1
What It Woes 7-1
How It Works 7-1
ATrENUATOR AND LOW PASS
FILTER 7-1
1 ST CONVERTER
AND BANDPASS FILTER 7-3
2ND CONVERTER 7-3
RF MOTHER BOARD 7-3
VARIABLE RESOLUTION MODULE 7-3
LOG AMPLIFIER 7-3
DISPLAY STORAGE 7-3
CENTERFREQUENCYCONTROL 7-4
1st LO 7-4
loo MHz Reference Oscillator 7-4
Phase Gate 7-4
Phase Lock Center Frequqency Control 7-4
Firmware
1 st LO BUFFER
SWEEP
DISPLAY SYSTEM
CIRCUIT WESCRIPTION
ATTENUATOR AND
1 ST CONVERTER Sl
RFMOTHERBOARWAND
2ND CONVERTER S2
IST LO INTERFACE, 1ST LO, AND
1ST LO BUFFER AMPLIFIER 53
REFERENCE OSCILLATOR 54
COUNTER AMPLIFIER S4
PHASELOCK ASSEMBLY
S5a, S5b, S5e
CENTER FREQUENCY
CONTROL BOARD S5a & S5b
VARIABLE RESOLUTION
MODULE S6a & S6b
LOG AMPLIFIER S8a & S8b
DISPLAY STORAGE S9a & S9b
MICROPROCESSOR SlOa & Slob
SWEEP 512
FRONT PANEL 513
POWER SUPPLY S14a (PRIMARY)
POWER SUPPLY S14b
(SECONDARIES)
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Section 8 REPLACEABLE ELECTRICAL PARTS
Information Page
Electrical Parts List
Section QDIAGRAMS
BLOCK DIAGRAM 61
AITENUATOR and 1ST CONVERTER Si
RF MOTHER BOARD and 2nd CONVERTER 52
1st LO INTERFACE. 1st LO, and 1st LO
BUFFER AMP 53
COUNTER AMP $4
CENTERFREQUENCYCONTROLS5a
CENTERFREQUENCYCONTROLS5b
VR BOARD S6a
VR FILTER SELECTOR SEb
LOG BOARD S8a
LOG BOARD S6b
DISPLAY STORAGE (8010001 to 8010151) SQa
DISPLAY STORAGE (8010152 and Up) S9a
DISPLAY STORAGE (BOlOOOi to 8010151) S9b
DISPLAY STORAGE (8010152 and Up) S9b
MICROPROCESSOR SlOa
MICROPROCESSOR Slob
SWEEP S.12
FRONT PANEL Si 3
POWER SUPPLY (PRIMARY) S14a
POWER SUPPLY (SECONDARIES) S14b
SectIon 10 REPLACEABLE MECHANICAL PARTS
ACCESSORIES
CHANGE INFORMATION
2710 Servfce
LIST OF
ILLUSTRAT,IONS
Figure
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3-3
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2710 SPECTRUM ANALYZER
3rd Order IM (25 MHz Separation)
Harmonic distortion test equipment setup
IdB Compression Point Test
Accessories connector J103t
Determining vertical Scale factor for
the FM test
Page
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3-13
5-16
5-I 7
5-18
Menu selections
More menu selections
Example of a selection that invokes
a SUB-MENU
Example of a selection that invokes
a prompt
5-26
5-29
5-I 9
5-20 Input menu display and
supplemental information
4.1
4-2
Adjustment and test paint locations cn the
Power Supply and Sweep boards
Display Storage board adjudstment
locations
4-3 Log board adjustment and test point
locations
4-4
4-6
4-7
5-21A Marker and frequency menu selections
5-21 B Marker-Frequency Setup Table,
5-21C Tuning Increment programming
5-22A Trigger and Sweep menus
6-228 Sweepflrigger Menu/ #g-Setup Table
5.23A Display Storage Menu selections
5-238 The Ensemble Averaging sub-menu
4-4
4-5
4-6
Rear-panel adjustments 4-7
Calibrator and IF Gain adjustment locations 4-E
Phase-locked frequency ccntrcl
adjustment and test point locations 4-11
Center Frequency Control board
adjustment locaticns (8010001-8010316) 4-13
1 st LO balance curve 4-13
RF Mcther board adjustment locations 4-13
Variable Resolution module adjustment
locations 4-14
Band leveling test equipment setup, 4-16
Gaunter Amplifier b-card adjustments 4-16
Gain StepReference test setup 4-l 7
SW41 0 cn the Reference Oscillator board 4-19
Reference frequency adjusting resistors 4-20
of the Display Menu
5-2% Tile Mode sub-menu af the Display Menu
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533
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5-24A Applications menu selections 5-43
S-248 Setup table sub-menu for Applications Menu 543
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6-27
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5-29
Detector-Generator menu display
Utility menu
Stored Settings sub-menu
Keyboard Entered Settings sub-menu
Instrument Diagnostics/
Adjustments sub-menu
54
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s-49
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551
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Installing a stud into a, mounting strip
Typical plot
Partial 1 st LO Buffer Amp schematic
Dimensional drawing
Locating mounting holes on front rails of
equipment rack
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Main Extender and secondaty Extender 5-3
Signal steering square pins 5-3
Surface-mounted components lead
configuration 5-12
Diode polarity markings 5-14
Top view of assemblies and RF Deck 5-15
Assemblies seen from the bottom
of the Spectrum Analyzer 5-l 6
RF Deck screws and nuts 5-16
1st Convener with the wver removed 5-l 8
Removing the Front Panel 5-20
Power Supply board removal 5-21
1st Converter adjustment locations 5-22
Typical start spur amplitude and phase noise 5-22
RF Mother board and 2nd Canvener
adjustment locations 5-24
RF ccnnectcrs and adjudstments in the
1st LO Buffer Amplifier assembly 5-25
Location of R602 on the
Phase-Lock CFC board 5-25
6-6
6-7
Installing bracket extensions
Securing rack-adapted Spectrum
Analyzer to front rails af equipment rack
Rack Adapter dimensions
Rear of cradle-mount showing
retaining bar and three securing screws
Spectrum Analyzer installed in the
cradle-mount rack adapter
Latch hole for the tie-down
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Main Block Diagram
Display system
Attenuator and 1st Converterr
Equivalent electrical circuit for the
4oavfty filter
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7-5 Cross-section of 4-cavity filter
7-6 2nd Convener block diagram
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7-7 RF Mother board block diagram
7-a 1 St LO Interface and 1 St LO
515A Curves for selecting R709 5-26 7-9 1st LO Buffer Amplifier
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS (Cont)
Flgure Page Figure PagEi
7-10
7-11
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7-14
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7-i 6
Reference Oscillator Block Diagram 7-15
Crystal heater and 15 V regulation circuit 7-15
Oscillator ae equivalent 7-15
Oscillator dc equivalent 7-16
Counter Amplifier 7-17
PLCFC configuration for wide spans
(Unlocked. Sweep Main Coil) 7-23
PLCFC configuration for moderate spans
(Unlocked, Sweep FM Coil) 7-24
LIST OF
Table Page
2-3
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FREQUENCY RELATED
CHARACTERISTICS 2-2
FREQUENCY/AMPLITUDE
RELATED CHARACTERISTICS 2-4
AMPLITUDE RELATED
CHARACTERISTICS 2-6
INPUT/OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS 2-8
POWER REQUIREMENTS 2-9
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS 2-10
ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS 2-l 1
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 2.12
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED 3-2
SHAPE FACTOR CHECK SETTINGS 3-4
SPAN ACCURACY SETrINGS 3-5
SENSITIVITY @ 100 MHz 3-7
SENSITIVITY SETTINGS @ 100 MWz 3-7
SENSITIVITY @ 1.8 GHz 3-7
50 MHz WINDOW CENTER FREQUENCIE%
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7-16
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7-20
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7-22
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PLCFC wnfiguralion for narrcw spans
(Locked, Sweep VCO)
7-25
Part of Center Frequency Control beard 7-27
Part af Center Frequency Control board 7.28
Variable Resolution Module block diagram 7-30
Log Amplifier block diagram 7-32
Microprocessor kernel 7-37
Microprocessor counter system 7-39
Power Supply primary block diagram 7-43
TABLES
Table Page
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EQUIPMENT REQUIRED 4-2
POWER SUPPLY TOLERANCES 4.3
SWITCH FREQUENCY VALUE 4-18
FREQUENCY ADJUSTING RESISTORS 4-18
TELEVISION CHANNELS 4.20
RELATIVE SUSCEPTIBILITY TOSTATIC
DISCHARGE DAMAGE 5-1
SERVICE KITS ANAD TOOLS 5-4
SERVICING TOOLS FOR BOARDS WITH
SURFACE MOUNTED COMPONENTS 5-13
POWER CORD OPTIONS 6-i
EXTENDED SERVICE AND
WARRANIY OPTIONS 6-l
INPUT AND OUTPUT BIT DEFINITION 7-16
STROBE FREQUENCIES 7-29
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SERVICING SAFETY SUMMARY
Do Noi Service Alone
Do not perform internal service or adjustment of thie product
unless another person capable of rendering first aid and
resuscitation is present.
Do Not Wear Jewelry
Remove jewelry prior to servicing. Rings. necklaces. and
other metallic objects could ccme into contact with danger-
ous voltages and currents.
Use Care When Servicing With Power On
Dangerous voltages exist at several points in this product.
To avoid personal injuly, do not touch exposed connections
and components while power is on.
Disconnect power before removing protective panels, sol-
dering, or replacing components.
Power Source
This product is intended to operate from a power source that
will not apply more than 250 volts rms between the supply
conductor and ground. A protective ground connection by
waycfthegrcundingconductorinthepcwercordisessential
for safe operation.
X-Racllatlon
X-ray emission generated within this instrument has been
sufficiently shielded. Do not modify or otherwise alter the
high voltage circuitry or the ctt enclosure.
TERMS
In This Manual
CAUTION statements identify conditions or practices that
could result in damage to the equipment or other property.
WARNING statements identify conditions or practices that
could result in personal injury or loss of life.
AS Marked on Equipment
CAUTION indicates a personal injury hazard not immedi-
ately accessible as one reads the marking, or a hazard to
property including the equipment itself.
DANGER indicates a personal injury hazard immediately
accessible as one reads the marking.
Ill
SYMBOLS
In This Manual
A
This symbol indicates where applicable
cautlcnarf or other information is to be found.
As Marked on Equipment
!
DANGER High Voltage,
@ Protective ground (earth) terminal.
A
ATTENTION Refer to manual.
@ Refer to manual.
Grounding the Product
Thisproductisgroundedthroughthegroundingconductcrof
the power cord. To avoid electrical shock, plug the power
mrd into a properly wired receptacle before mnnecting to
the product input or output terminals. A protective ground
connection by way of the grounding oondudor in the power
cord is essential for safe operation.
Danger Arising From Loss of Ground
Upon lo$$oftheprotectivegroundmnneotion,allaccessible
conductive parts (including knobs and mntrcls that may
appear to be insulating) can render an electric shock.
Use the Proper Power Cord
Use only the power cord and connector specified for your
product.
Use only a power cord that is in good condition.
Refer to Section 1 for information on power cords and
connecters.
Sectlon 1 - 2710 Service
GENERAL INFORMATION
This Section of the Manual includes a general description of the instrument, a list of Options, Unpacking and Repackaging
instructions. Storage and Service information, and a list of Standard and Optional accessories.
INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION
The 2710 Spectrum Analyzer is a portable instrument for the
10 kHz to 1.8 GHz frequency range. Center Frequency
accuracy is 1 x 10-a. A minimum Resolution Bandwidth of 3
kHz. with a SpanlDiv down to 10 kHz provides measurement
resolution commensurate with the frequency accuracy. Op-
tions are available for performance enhancement.
The Spectrum Analyzers main features are:
- Precision Measurements - Menu selectable rou-
tines providedirectionsfor normalizingrhe internalreference
(calibrator signal) to external frequency and amplitude refer-
ences. After the internal reference is normalized. other menu
selections provide for normalizing all. or selected, instrumenr
measurement parameters. It is recommended practice to
invoke the normalization routines prior to a critical measure-
ment.
* Menu Operatlon - Menu-selected routines provide
Diagnostics. Normalization, Adjustmenrs, and set-upof basic
parameters such as center frequency, frequency span, refer-
ence level, vertical scale factor, resolution bandwidth. etc.
Each menu isdescribed in Section4intheOperators manual.
. Single and A Markers - A single marker can be
enabled to show the frequency and amplitude of a specific
point on the display. Delta (A) markers show the difference
frequency and amplitude, between any two points on the
display.
. Tracking - Signal tracking holds a drifting signal to
center screen.
* Center Measure - When this function is activated.
the instrument completes the sweep and centers the signal
nearest canter-screen or with markers activated, the signal
nearest the marker. A readout of center frequency and ampli-
tude is displayed.
* Display- In the Spectral mode, the numerical values
of signals and setup parameters are displayed. In the Menu
mode, menuswith theirselectionsandpromptsaradisplayed.
Error,warning,orinformationmessagesaredi$played inboth
modes.
Conformance to industry Standards
This Spectrum Analyzer conforms with the following lndustty
Safety Standards and Regulatory Requirements:
CSA - Electrical Bulletin 5568
ANSI C39.5 (1 lth Draft) - Safer/ Requirement for
Electrical and Electronic Measuring and Controlling
Instrumentation.
IEC 348 (2nd Edition) - Safety Requirement for
Electronic Measuring Apparatus,
UL 1244 (2nd Edition) - Measuring Testing Equip
merit.
Product Service
To assure adequate product service and maintenance for our
instruments, Tektronix has established Field Offices and
Service Centers at strategic points throughout the United
States and in countries where our products are sold. Several
types of maintenance or repair agreements are available.
For example. for a fixed fee, a maintenancw agreement
program provides maintenance and recalibration on a regular
basis. Tektronix will remind you when a product is due for
recalibrarion and perform the sar.ice within a specified time.
Tektronix emergency repair service provides immediate serv.
ice when the instrument is urgently needed.
Conract your local Tektronix Service Center, representative.
or sales engineer for details regarding product seTvice.
Instrument Constructlon
Modular construction provides ready acoess to the major
circuils. Circuit boards containing d-sensitive circuits are
mounted in castings, with feedthrough connectors through
the compartment wall. Most boards and assemblies plug onto
a common interconnect board. Most adjustments and fe$t
points are accessible while the instrument is operational and
with Ihe modules or assemblies secured in their normal
position.