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Instruction Manual Millivoltmeter   . ,I_ r” 92B 1280 PU . TEL: 201- 887-5110 l

Instruction

Manual

Instruction Manual Millivoltmeter   . ,I_ r” 92B 1280 PU . TEL: 201- 887-5110 l TWX:
Instruction Manual Millivoltmeter   . ,I_ r” 92B 1280 PU . TEL: 201- 887-5110 l TWX:
Instruction Manual Millivoltmeter   . ,I_ r” 92B 1280 PU . TEL: 201- 887-5110 l TWX:

Millivoltmeter

Instruction Manual Millivoltmeter   . ,I_ r” 92B 1280 PU . TEL: 201- 887-5110 l TWX:
Instruction Manual Millivoltmeter   . ,I_ r” 92B 1280 PU . TEL: 201- 887-5110 l TWX:
Instruction Manual Millivoltmeter   . ,I_ r” 92B 1280 PU . TEL: 201- 887-5110 l TWX:
 

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TABLEOF CONTENTS

CHAPTER

-- PAGE

I

INTRODUCTION

 

1.1 GENERAL

 

1.2 EQUIPMENT

DESCRIPTION

 

1.2.1

Frequency

Capability

 

1.2.2

Voltaqe

Capability

1.2.3

True

RMS Response

1.2.4

Low

Noise

1.2.5

Minimal

Zero

Adjustment

1.2.6

DC Output

II

SPECIFICATIONS

III

OPERATION

3.1

IIXSTALLATION

 
 

3.1.1

Operating

Controls

and

Indicators

 
 

3.2

OPERATING

PROCEDURES

 
 

3.2.1

Initial

Operating

Procedure

 
 

3.3

OPERATING

NOTES

 
 

3.3.1 Overload

Limits

3.3.2 Connection

for

Measurements

Below

100

MHz

3.3.3 Connection

for

Measurements

Above

100

MHz

3.3.4 Measurement

Low-Level

 

3.3.5 the

Making

Zero

Adjustment

 

3.3.6 Overload

Signal

on

1

mV Range

 

3.3.7 Temperature

Effects

 

3.3.8 Hum,

Noise,

and

Spurious

Pickup

 

3.4

DC OUTPUT

 

3.5

LOW FREQUENCY MEASUREMENTS

 

3.6

CORRECTION CURVE FOR MODEL

Pl-8B,

50

OHM ADAPTER

3.7

CORRECTION

CURVE

FOR MODEL

Pl-14A,

50

Otll\l

TEE

ADAPTER

IV

THEORY

OF OPERATION

 

4.1

GENERAL

 

4.1.1

RF

Probe

4.1.2

Attenuator

and

Amplifiers

 

320

1280

i

12

12

12

13

13

14

14

14

14

15

16

16

16

17

17

17

17

17

19

19

19

20

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--

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TARI,E

OF

CONTENTS

4.1.3 C~ynchro~~ous

4.1.4 Shaping

4.1.5 Chopper-Driver

Detector

Amplifier

Circuits

(CONT INUW)

 

4.1.6 Power

Supply

4.1.7 Programming

 

MAINTENANCE

 

5.1

PERIODIC

 

CALIBRATION

 

5.2

PRECAUTIONS

WIIEN CIIECKING

CALIBRATION

 

5.3

CALIBRATION

CflECK

 

5.4

CALIBRATIO~J

PROCEDURE

 

5.5

TROUBLESHOOTING

PROCEDURE

 

5.5.1 Cover

Removal

 

5.5.2 Chopper

Replacement

 

5.5.3

VOltSJe

and

KesiStanCe

 

Tests

5.5.4

Test

Points

 

5.5.5

Replacement

of

RI‘

Probes

 

5.5.6

Probe

Tests

INTERFACE

 

6.1

INPUT

CHARACTERISTICS

 

6.2

INPUT

PULL-UP

 

6.3

ANtALCG OUTPUT

 

CIIARTS

 

AND DRAWINGS

 

Inpu

t

Resistance

 

of

RF Probe

as

a

Function

of

Input

Leve

1

and

Frequency

 

Input

Capacitance

vs

Input

Level

of

Zlodel

91-12F

Probe

(Pleasured

at

10

MHz1

Typical

SWR of

Model

91-12F

RI

Probe

with

Model

91-8B

50

c

Adapter

 

Typical

SWR of

Model

9l-12F

RF Probe

with

Model

91-14A

Type

N

Tee

Adapter

 

and

Model

91-15A

50

:2 Termination

 

Assembly

of

I.lodel

91-14A

Type

N

Tee

Adapter

Model

91-8B

50

9

BNC Adapter

Correction

Curve

 

Model

91-14A

Type

N

Tee

Adapter

Correction

Curve

Block

Diagram

Calibration

 

Instructions

 

Frequency

Response

Test

Setup

 

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32

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AND DRAWINGS

(CONTINUED)

 

PAGE

--_-

Swept

Frequency

Response

Test

Setup

31

Pin

Designations

 

32

External

Connections

33

SCHEMATICS

 

Endpapers

 

TABLES

 

PAGE

Required

Accessories

Crest

I‘actors

 

9

Model

920

Controls

and

Indicators

12

Connection Recommendations

15

TABLE

OF

REPLACEABLE

PARTS

 

34

iii

and Indicators 12 Connection Recommendations 15 TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS   34 iii
and Indicators 12 Connection Recommendations 15 TABLE OF REPLACEABLE PARTS   34 iii
CFtAPT-ERI 1iJTRODUCTIO:S 1.1 GENERAL   The Elodcl 92 Series RF Millivoltmeter   provides

CFtAPT-ERI

1iJTRODUCTIO:S

1.1

GENERAL

 

The

Elodcl

92

Series

RF Millivoltmeter

 

provides

an

accurate

readout

of

measurements

from

the

low

radio

frequencies

to

the

gigahertz

 

region,

over

a

voltage

range

of

200

UV

to

3 volts.

It

is

a

proqrammable,

solid-state

instrument

 

of

high

sensitivity

 

and

accuracy,

 

characterized

by

Iliqh

 

input

impedance

(see

Figures

1

and

2),

excellent

 

stability,

and

low

noise.

 
 

The

Model

92

exhibits

true

rms

response

for

input

signals

 

up

to

30

millivolts,

 

gradually

approaching

 

peak-to-peak

above

this

level.

 

The

meter,

however,

is

calibrated

 

to

indicate

 

nns

of

a

sine

wave

above

30

mV.

Input

and

output

connections

for

external

control

and

readou

t

are

provided

 

by

a

22-pin

sard-eL1<lc

 

connector

at

the

rear

of

the

instrument.

 
 

;i

linear

dc

output,

whose

level

is

proportional

 

to

the

rf

input

voltage,

 

is

also

provided

.it

a

rear

connector.

This

may

be

used

to

drive

a

recorder,

remote

indicator,

or

other

analog

.levices.

 
 

The

92

offers

a convenient

and

accurate

 

means

for

making

a

wide

variety

 

of

measurements.

 

T:,I;ical

 

uses

of

this

instrument

include:

 

In

transistor

testing

the

instrument

 

may

be

 

used

to

measure

0,

ft,

and

other

transistor

 

parameters.

 
 

SWR and

return

loss

measurement

 

using

the

Model

92

Series

with

bridge

methods,

 

directional

couplers,

 

and

adjustable

or

slotted

lines.

 
 

~aln

and

loss

measurements

in

wide-band

 

amplifiers,

 

including

 

such

design

 

characteristics

 

is

stage

 

qain,

flatness

of

the

pass

band,

upper

cut-off

or

corner

frequency,

 

negative

 

feedback

factors,

and

other

parameters.

 

Proper

adjustment

of

tuned

circuits

in

narrow-band

 

amplifiers.

 

The

adjustment,

measurement

of

performance,

 

and

evaluation

 

of

rf

filter

 

parameters.

 

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