Agilent / HP / Keysight 8110A
8110A Pulse Pattern Generator, 150 MHz
The Agilent 8110A is a 150 MHz Pulse Generator.
The 8110A pulse generator is a test instrument that provides sufficient speed and performance for testing designs to their limits; testing under realworld conditions to verify the proper function of the design.
Real world signals, like reflections, distorted pulses, or three or even four-level signals can be simulated with the pattern feature and the optional second channel of the Agilent 8110A.
The Agilent 8110A simulates all the clock and data signals needed to test digital designs. Conditions such as extended delays can be generated using pattern based timing features.
The Agilent 8110A generates clean pulses with 10 ps resolution, low jitter and good pulse performance across all operating temperatures or settings. Parameters and trigger modes can be changed without generating unwanted pulses, so that reliable measurements are guaranteed.
Excellent accuracy over a wide temperature range ensures repeatable measurement results. Frequency accuracy, jitter, resolution and range can be enhanced further when the Agilent 8110A is used with the internal phase locked loop (PLL) of the Agilent 81106A as pulse period source.
Systematic delays caused by cables, connections and adapters can be compensated when the Agilent 81107A is installed. It offers enough additional delay range to compensate for 5 m of BNC cable.
A maximum of 4 Agilent 8110As can be slaved to a master, so that 10 synchronous channels can be programmed independently. With the Agilent 81107A multichannel deskew installed, the propagation delay of the set-up can be compensated, and all other output channels zeroed to the reference channel.
An external synthesizer or system clock can be used as clock source at the clock input of the Agilent 8110A to achieve the frequency accuracy and required. This feature is ideal for simulating digital control signals synchronously to the clock of the microprocessor.
View all timing parameters for both channels at a glance. Timing and level parameters can be entered in any format, e.g. period as frequency. The alternative graphic display shows the timing relationship of all pulse parameters on both channels graphically, making setting up the pulse generator easy - no extra oscilloscope is required. Pulses and patterns can be set up quickly using the convenient cursor keys, knob and data entry keys. You can even use the Autoset Key to resolve all timing conflicts.
Agilent 81106A PLL/External Clock for the Agilent 8110A Can be retrofitted without recalibration. Useful for applications which require a phase locked loop (PLL) or an external clock.
Agilent 81107A Multichannel Deskew for the Agilent 8110A Can be retrofitted without recalibration. Supports two output channels.
Easy Set-up and Operation
Low Cost of Ownership
4 kbit Pattern per Channel
3 and 4 Level Signals
1 or 2 Output Channels
SCPI Programming Commands
Form Factor: Mainframe
Number of Channels: 2Ch
Frequency Range: 1 Hz to 150 MHz
Timing Resolution: 3 digits, 10 ps best case
RMS jitter: 0.03% + 25 ps
Period Range: 6.65 ns to 999 ms
Period Accuracy: ± 5% ± 100 ps
Transition time range: 2.00 ns to 200 ms variable
Input impedance: 50 ohms/10 k ohmsselectable
Max. input voltage: ± 15 Vpp
Sensitivity: ≤300 m Vpp typical
Output impedance: 50 ohmstypical
Operating temperature: 0°C to +55°C
Storage temperature: -40°C to +70°C
Power requirements: 100-240 Vac, ± 10%, 50-60 Hz; 100-120 Vac, ± 10%, 400 Hz.
Power consumption: 300 VA max.
Max. dimensions (H * W * D): 89 mm * 426 mm * 521 mm
Weight: 9.2 kg net, 13.8 kg shipping