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Quick I/V Measurement Software cannot recognize the B2961A/B2962A.
The B2961A/B2962A is supported by Quick I/V Measurement Software in the revision 2.0 or later. Click the above link for details.

FAQ 2013-03-11

I can't source as low noise signal as expected from the B2961A/B2962A with the Ultra Low Noise Filter.
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FAQ 2013-03-11

How can I find the sensing type of the channels on the B2961A/B2962A?
If the low terminal state of the channel is set to FLOATING, you can see the status indicator on GUI.

FAQ 2013-03-11

Can the B2961A/B2962A step the source value immediately after the value is changed by its rotary knob?
Yes, it's possible by enabiling Immediate V/I Update function. Click the above link for details.

FAQ 2013-03-11

How can I configure Trigger Output Signals with the B2961A/B2962A?
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FAQ 2013-03-11

How can I perform a self calibration on B2961AB2962A?
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FAQ 2013-03-11

Can B2961A/B2962A connect its output to the ground when the output is switched off?
Yes, the B2961A/B2962A can connect its output to the ground by specifying the output-off state to "ZERO" when the output is switched off.

FAQ 2013-03-11

Can I set the different limit values for each of polarities on the B2961A/B2962A?
Yes, it's possible by enabling V/I Limit for Each Polarity. Click the above link for details.

FAQ 2013-03-11

What kind of interface can I use to control the B2961A/62A?
The GPIB, USB and LAN are available to control the B2961A/62A.

FAQ 2013-03-11

I can't source as low noise signal as expected from the B2961A/B2962A with the Low Noise Filter.
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FAQ 2013-03-11

How can I update its firmware on the B2961A/B2962A?
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FAQ 2013-03-11

How can I enable Over Voltage/Current Protection function on the B2961A/B2962A?
Click the above link for details.

FAQ 2013-03-11

What is the difference between the User channel correction and the factory channel correction?
See the EXG data sheet or MXG data sheet

FAQ 2013-02-26

How long is the factory channel correction calibration good?
The factory channel correction lasts the life of the source.

FAQ 2013-02-26

For User channel correction, how many unique calibration files are supported?
We can support thousands on internal solid state drive.

FAQ 2013-02-26

For User channel correction calibration, is it better to do a spot user cal or over an overlapping range?
Overlapping is good idea, but not required.

FAQ 2013-02-26

When you perform the User channel correction routine, do you need to compensate for the cable between spectrum analyzer or power meter and source?
No, the cable error has been calibrated.

FAQ 2013-02-26

Do User channel corrections cover multiple attenuator steps?
Yes. Bypass step, 0 dB step, and 5 dB step.

FAQ 2013-02-26

For User channel correction calibration, when frequency is tuned out of “user” correction frequency range, is factory correction applied?
Yes, we apply smoothing between cal arrays to ensure no discontinuity.

FAQ 2013-02-26

Can running user correction calibration over a narrower range improve calibration?
No, the number of points is always fixed at a 5 MHz interval

FAQ 2013-02-26

How does DC calibration affect channel corrections?
If a DC calibration is run with channel corrections applied, this may or may not degrade performance slightly.

FAQ 2013-02-26

Do temperature changes affect the factory channel correction calibration?
temperature changes, channel correction calibration, factory correction calibration,x-series signal generators

FAQ 2013-02-26

When I use the 30-day trial license of the Signal Studio for WiMAX™, how can I check the number of days remaining on temporary license?
Press the front panel keys: Utility > Instrument Adjustments > Instrument Options > Waveform Licenses

FAQ 2013-01-28

66xxA, E363xA and E364xA: Ca Keysight Power Supplies Sink Current?
Yes! Sinking, or down-programming, is the ability to pull current into the positive terminal of a power supply.

FAQ 2013-01-22

When would I use ALC Hold?
ALC Hold is used for pulses with rise and fall times greater than 100 ns. It is used with pulses that do not have constant envelope modulation (such as AM Step), and with multiple pulses where the pulses have different amplitudes.

FAQ 2012-12-30

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