83622B - Agilent / HP Sweeper Generators





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Technical Specifications

Frequency Range Max.
20.0GHz

Max. Output Power
13dBm

Extra Specifications


Product Description

The Agilent 83622B synthesized sweeper is the standard of excellence for applications requiring the high performance and accuracy of a synthesized source and the speed and versatility of a sweep oscillator. Synthesized broadband frequency coverage and precise 1 Hz frequency resolution (Opt 008) are generated by indirect synthesis, enabling the Agilent 83622B to achieve low single-sideband phase noise performance. It also delivers excellent harmonic performance with harmonics at least 50 dB below the carrier from 2.0 to 20 GHz. 

  •  +13 dBm calibrated output power
  • -50 dBc harmonics <20 GHz typical
  • SSB phase noise <-80 dBc at 10 GHz and 10 kHz offset
  • Complete analog sweeper
  • 1 Hz frequency resolution (Option 008)
  • Pulse, amplitude and frequency modulation (8360B Series only)
  • -110 dBm output power with step attenuator (Option 001)
  • Sweep functions: Control: Start/stop, center/span, marker (M1-M2), alternate sweep Trigger: auto, external, single, or GPIB
  • Sweep modes: CW and manual modes Accuracy: Same as time base Switching Time: For steps within a frequency band: 15 ms + (step size/1 GHz) × 5 ms step size Maximum, or across band switch points: 50 ms Step or list modes within a frequency band: 5 ms2 + (step size /1 GHz) × 5 ms
  • Step sweep mode: Accuracy: Same as time base Minimum Step Size: Same as frequency resolution Number of Points: 2 to 801 Switching Time: Same as CW Dwell Time: 100 µs to 3.2 s
  • List mode: Accuracy: Same as time base Minimum step size: Same as frequency resolution Number of points: 1 to 801 Switching time: Same as CW Dwell time: 100 µs to 3.2 s
  • Ramp sweep mode: Accuracy (sweep time ≥100 ms and ≤5 s): Sweep widths >n × 10 MHz: (start, stop, and bandedge frequencies are phase-locked corrected during sweep) Lesser of 1% of sweep width or n × 1 MHz + 0.1% of sweep width. Sweep time: 10 ms to 100 s, 300 MHz/ms maximum rate