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Inside a two-quadrant power supply – Agilent 66312A teardown and experiment

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

Kerry Wong did a teardown of an Agilent 66312A dynamic measurement DC source: Typically, a lab power supply can only operate within a single quadrant. Take a positive voltage power supply for example, it can only output or source current. If any attempt is made trying to sink current into...

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Teardown, repair and analysis of an Agilent E4443A 3Hz – 6.7GHz PSA series Spectrum Analyzer

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

https://youtu.be/i2BU5sVgHvQ Teardown, repair and analysis of an Agilent E4443A 3Hz – 6.7GHz PSA series Spectrum Analyzer from The Signal Path: In this episode Shahriar repairs an Agilent PSA Series Spectrum Analyzer. The instrument generates many errors during self-alignment and produces no measurements below 3.2GHz. The block diagram of the unit...

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Teardown and repair of an Agilent E3632A DC power supply

Friday, September 22nd, 2017

Teardown and repair of an Agilent E3632A DC power supply from The Signal Path: In this episode Shahriar & Rosanah investigate an Agilent power supply which does not appear to power on. It can be quickly observed that the fuse has failed on the unit. Using an isolation transformer a...

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Teardown and analysis of an Agilent 86109B Optical/Electrical DCA-X oscilloscope module

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

Teardown and analysis of an Agilent 86109B Optical/Electrical DCA-X oscilloscope module from The Signal Path: In this episode Shahriar presents the inner workings of an Agilent 86109B optical/electrical DCA-X oscilloscope module. This particular model offers up to 50GHz of electrical bandwidth and an optical input capable of receiving up to...

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Experiments and demo of an Agilent DSA-X 96204Q 160GS/s 62GHz oscilloscope

Saturday, February 15th, 2014

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dx596o8t_TY[/embed] Shahriar writes: In this episode Shahriar demos the world’s fastest oscilloscope! The Agilent DSA-X 96204Q offers 160GS/s of conversion rate with a bandwidth of 62GHz on two dedicated ‘RealEdge’ channels. It can also provide 80GS/s conversion rate and 33GHz of bandwidth on four simultaneous channels. The unit demoed in...

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