Download HP A RF IMPEDANCE-ANALYZER OPERATION SM service manual & repair info for electronics experts. The HP A RF Impedance Analyzer measures 14 parameters Parameter measured: IZI, Swept measurement: manual or automatic sweep from start to. Agilent A Test Fixture. Operation and Service Manual. Third Edition. Agilent Part No. February Printed in Japan.
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IIRC, the sweep parameters were something like this: Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
It’s 84MB, so I hope you have a fast link.
Message 5 of 6. In the code above, MHz is an arbitrary frequency. I went through the manual before, but when I saw their GPIB section, the strings jp4191a so convoluted and so unlike anything I’ve ever seen before that I assumed it was referring to something different.
Message 3 of 6. In particular, after setting up and initiating the instrument, I am initiating the measurement and reading it as follows: Guess you never know until you try!
You really need the manual.
I suspect that this difference might be causing my problems. Message 6 of 6.
Sorry, that last line of code there is supposed to read: Message 4 of 6. I have not worked with that instrument, but the Agilent web site has the operating and service manual here.
I am able to communicate with the device through the GPIB interface, and am also able to retrieve information. Has anyone done anything on interfacing with the A since Matt C’s last post?
Good luck with it In particular, after setting up and initiating the instrument, I am initiating the measurement and reading it as follows:. Message 1 of 6. When I gave it a try, though, it worked fine.
Most Active Software Boards: However, rather maunal being returned the data at MHz, I am returned the data at whatever frequency the analyzer is currently set at. The forums emoticons took over for a bit there.
I think the would probably take the old commands, but the ALSO has new commands. I have worked with the A and, as I recall, the commands are nothing like any other instrument I hp41191a seen. Matt – you’re right, the commands for the A are completely different from the – probably because of its age. Thanks for your help guys. Should I be looking at doing it with LabView or something else?
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Would you mind posting hp41191a code you used on the A? If not, what would creating a driver for it entail? Message 2 of 6.