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Hide details for Smart Carrier Module Control Lines (DS1 - DS4):Smart Carrier Module Control Lines (DS1 - DS4):
    1. When writing to a Smart Carrier module control line the format is of S#10X1
    S = S, # = Module number being written to, X = 1, X, or 0.
    Bit position = S# DS1 DS2 DS3 DS4
    Ex. The string S6XX01 would drive DS3 low ( 0.0V ) and DS4 high (3.8V) on the fixture module placed at the physical location of M6 on the smart carrier.

    2. When writing to a standard Cbit ( found on the fixture carrier board ) the format is of CXY
    C = C, X = control bit used, Y = 1 or 0.


    Ex . C20 Sets the standard Cbit#2 low. To combine this with a Smart Carrier control string, add it to the front of the overall string. The string C20S6XX01 sets standard Cbit#2 low, sets DS3 low, and sets DS4 high on the fixture module found at M6.

    Coding Requirements:

    Fixture Carrier 2AC1
    Position#
    Fixture Carrier 4VA1
    Position#
    20RF Fixture Carrier
    65A1
    Position#
    Matrix Smart Carrier
    6KA1
    Module#
    Switch Code
    Prefix
    M1
    M1
    M1
    M1
    (S1)
    M2
    M2
    M2
    M2
    (S2)
    M3
    M3
    M3
    M3
    (S3)
    M4
    M4
    M4
    M4
    (S4)
    M13
    M5
    M5
    M5
    (S5)
    M14
    M6
    M6
    M6
    (S6)
    M15
    M7
    M7
    M7
    (S7)
    M16
    M8
    M8
    M8
    (S8)
    M9
    M9
    (S9)
    M10
    M10
    (SA)
    M11
    (SB)
    M12
    (SC)
    M13
    (SD)
Foot Notes:
  1. Earlier versions of the Smart Carrier were based on the Y0002AC1 board. In these fixtures only three standard cbits are available( Cbits 1 - 3 ).
  2. Boards based on the Y0002AC1 do not have 3.3V available. Modules requiring 3.3V will not work on this carrier.
  3. Smart Carriers based on the Y0002AC1 have postions marked M1 - M4 and M13 - M16. The switch code prefix for positons M14 - M16 are S5 - S8.
  4. Not all modules will work in the M11-M13 positions of the Matrix fixture carrier. Refer to the factory for specific information requests.
Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0039A - 40V BufferKit Part Number: RIK0039A - 40V Buffer
Fab#: Y0004KB1
Description: 40V Buffer


RIK0039A 40V Buffer Pin Out
Description
Connection
Type
Notes
Out2
H2-1
Header Pin
/ENAOUTPUT Enabled Vout = Vin X 4
Out1
H2-2
Header Pin
/ENAOUTPUT Enabled Vout = Vin X 4
Vin2
H3-3
Header Pin
Vin1
H3-4
Header Pin
/ENOUTPUT
H3-1
Header Pin
Enables Output (Low)
/ENA PWR
H3-2
Header Pin
Enables Power (Low)
MON I2
H1-2
Header Pin
Monitor I2 Load Current = (Vmeas @ MonI2) / 1000
MON V2
H1-3
Header Pin
Monitor V2 Vmon2 = 392K/1.392M X Out2
MON I1
H1-4
Header Pin
Monitor I1 Load Current = (Vmeas @ MonI1) / 1000
MON V1
H1-5
Header Pin
Monitor V1 Vmon1 = 392K/1.392M X Out1
GND
H1-1/6
Header Pin
      40V Buffer Truth Table
40V Buffer
Switch Code
Disable Power
S#11XX
Enable Power
S#00XX

Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0053A - Cbits ControllerKit Part Number: RIK0053A - Cbits Controller
Fab#: Y0001QA3
Description: Fixture Cbits Controller


Pin Out:

Header #
Pin#
Function
1
1
Cbit 8
1
2
Drive voltage
1
3
Cbit 7
1
4
Drive voltage
1
5
Cbit 6
1
6
Drive voltage
1
7
Cbit 5
1
8
Drive voltage
1
9
Drive Voltage Input
1
10
Gnd Connect
2
1
Cbit 1
2
2
Drive voltage
2
3
Cbit 2
2
4
Drive voltage
2
5
Cbit 3
2
6
Drive voltage
2
7
Cbit 4
2
8
Drive voltage
2
9
Drive Voltage Input
2
10
Gnd Connect
Note:
Pins 2,4,6,8, and 9 on headers 1&2 are common.

Fixture requirements:
1. Smart Carrier (RIK0014A).
2. Press in connector strips ( 16 pin ) installed at desired module locations
( M1 - M16 on 2AC1), (M1-M8 on 4AV1), (M1-MA on 65A1).

3. Bench Top DC Voltage Requirements: +5V / +12V

4. When writing to a Smart Carrier Cbit Module the format is of M#AXXXXXXX. M = M, # = Module number being written to
A = A, X = 1, X, or 0.

Ex. M4AXXXXXX1X Writes to Smart Module #4 and sets bit#2 low.

Opto Cbits Programming:
1. When writing to a Smart Carrier Opto Cbit the format is of:
S#1XX1
S = S, # = Module number being written to, X = 1, X, or 0.
0 = closed (0V) and 1 = open (3.8V)

Bit position = S# DS1 DS2 DS3 DS4


Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0054A - 3GHz Divider + SPDT Switch -  OBSOLETEKit Part Number: RIK0054A - 3GHz Divider + SPDT Switch - OBSOLETE
Fab#: Y0005HA0
Description: 3GHz Divider / SPDT RF Switch



Y0005HA1 3GHz Divider / SPDT Switch Pin Out
PIN#
FunctionNotes:
J1
Divider InputMax Power in = 10dBm, fin(lower typical) = 40Mhz @ 6dBm in.
J2
Divider OutputSquare wave, divider ratio is statically set by 0 ohm resitors to ground or +5V (DS2 and 3 ).

Divider Truth Table
Enabled
Disabled
fin/256
fin/128
fin/64
DS1
0
1
0
0
0
DS2
X
X
0
0
+5
DS3
X
X
0
+5
+5

Control Type Table
Cbit
Smart Carrier
Hard Wire
0 to 5V Res
DS1
Yes
Yes
N/A
Yes
DS2
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
DS3
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
DS4
Yes
Yes
N/A
Yes
J3
Switch output NOS#XXX0 1K resistor to 5V required if using standard cbit.
J4
Switch inputMax input +24dBm, input 1dB comp typical = 21dBm
J5
Switch output NCS#XXX1 1K resistor to 5V required if using satandard cbit.

Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0054B - 3GHz Divider + SPDT SwitchKit Part Number: RIK0054B - 3GHz Divider + SPDT Switch
Fab#: Y0005HB0
Description: 3GHz Divider / SPDT RF Switch


Y0005HB1 3GHz Divider / SPDT Switch Pin Out


PIN#
FunctionNotes:
J1
Divider InputMax Power in = 10dBm, fin(lower typical) = 40Mhz @ 6dBm in.
J2
Divider OutputSquare wave.

Divider Truth Table
Enabled
Disabled
fin/256
fin/128
fin/64
DS1 / H4
0
1
0
0
0
DS2 / H3
X
X
0
0
1
DS3 / H2
X
X
0
1
1
J3
Switch output NCS#XXX1 / H1 high / DS4
J4
Switch output NOS#XXX0 / H1 low / DS4
J5
Switch inputMax input +24dBm, input 1dB comp typical = 21dBm

Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0056A - SP4T Dual RF Switch - OBSOLETEKit Part Number: RIK0056A - SP4T Dual RF Switch - OBSOLETE
Fab#: Y0004TB1
Description: SP4T Dual RF Switch



Pin Out:

Pin#
Function
DS1
DS2
DS3
DS4
Connector Type
P2:12
+5V
Header Pin
P2:11
-5V
Header Pin
P1:12
DS1
Header Pin
P1:13
DS2
Header Pin
P1:14
DS3
Header Pin
P1:15
DS4
Header Pin
P1:16
Grnd
Header Pin
J1
SW2 NO
X
X
0
0
MCX Female
J2
SW2 NO
X
X
0
1
MCX Female
J3
SW2 Common
MCX Female
J4
SW1 NO
0
1
X
X
MCX Female
J5
SW1 Common
MCX Female
J6
SW1 NO
0
0
X
X
MCX Female
J9
SW2 NC
X
X
1
1
MCX Female
J10
SW2 NO
X
X
1
0
MCX Female
J11
SW1 NC
1
1
X
X
MCX Female
J12
SW1 NO
1
0
X
X
MCX Female
    Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0056B - SP4T Dual RF SwitchKit Part Number: RIK0056B - SP4T Dual RF Switch
    Fab#: Y0004TC1
    Description: SP4T Dual RF Switch

    RIK0056B SP4T RF Switch


    Pin Out:

    Pin#
    Function
    DS1
    DS2
    DS3
    DS4
    Connector Type
    P2:12
    +5V
    Header Pin
    P2:11
    -5V
    Header Pin
    P1:12
    DS1
    Header Pin
    P1:13
    DS2
    Header Pin
    P1:14
    DS3
    Header Pin
    P1:15
    DS4
    Header Pin
    P1:16
    Grnd
    Header Pin
    J1
    SW2 NO
    X
    X
    0
    1
    MCX Female
    J2
    SW2 NO
    X
    X
    0
    0
    MCX Female
    J3
    SW2 Common
    MCX Female
    J4
    SW1 NO
    0
    0
    X
    X
    MCX Female
    J5
    SW1 Common
    MCX Female
    J6
    SW1 NO
    0
    1
    X
    X
    MCX Female
    J9
    SW2 NC
    X
    X
    1
    0
    MCX Female
    J10
    SW2 NO
    X
    X
    1
    1
    MCX Female
    J11
    SW1 NC
    1
    0
    X
    X
    MCX Female
    J12
    SW1 NO
    1
    1
    X
    X
    MCX Female

    Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0058A - SPDT Dual RF SwitchKit Part Number: RIK0058A - SPDT Dual RF Switch
    Fab#: Y0004CC1
    Description: SPDT Dual RF Switch


    Y0004CC1 SPDT Switch Pin Out

    Pin#
    Function
    DS1
    DS2
    Connector Type
    P2:12
    +5V
    Header Pin
    P2:11
    -5V
    Header Pin
    P1:12
    DS1
    Header Pin
    P1:13
    DS2
    Header Pin
    J1
    SW2 NC
    X
    1
    MCX Female
    J2
    SW2 NO
    X
    0
    MCX Female
    J3
    SW2 POLE
    MCX Female
    J4
    SW1 NC
    1
    X
    MCX Female
    J5
    SW1 NO
    0
    X
    MCX Female
    J6
    SW1 POLE
    MCX Female

    Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0059A - Attenuator, 0-32 1dB Steps + LNA Kit Part Number: RIK0059A - Attenuator, 0-32 1dB Steps + LNA
    Fab#: Y0004MA1
    Description: ATTENUATOR, 0-32 1dB Steps / LNA



    Pin Out

    Pin#
    FunctionNotes:
    J1
    Attenuator Input or OutputAttenuator is Symetric
    J2
    Attenuator Input or OutputAttenuator is Symetric
    J3
    LNA Input
    J4
    LNA Output
    Attenuator Truth Table

    Attenuator Setting (dB)
    Switch Code
    Attenuator Setting (dB)
    Switch Code
    2 (min)
    S#1001
    18
    S#1011
    4
    S#0001
    20
    S#0011
    6
    S#1101
    22
    S#1111
    8
    S#0101
    24
    S#0111
    10
    S#1000
    26
    S#1010
    12
    S#0000
    28
    S#0010
    14
    S#1100
    30
    S#1110
    16
    S#0100
    32
    S#0110

    Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0088A - 1X32 or 2X16 DC MuxKit Part Number: RIK0088A - 1X32 or 2X16 DC Mux
    Fab#: Y0005LA1
    Description: ATTENUATOR, 0-32 1dB Steps / LNA



    The Fixture MUX provides for DC switching of fixture resources to the fixture pogo interface. It can be used as either a 1X32 or a 2X16 mux depending on how the fixture resources are attached.

    Top View:



    Fixture Configuration Steps:

    To add this module to a fixture the following needs to be done.
      1. Perform a system start up. If the fixture SN has been recorded to the software fixture it will activate automatically. Make sure that the fixture is in the fixture directory under RIAPPS. If it does not automatically activate under these conditions do the following. * Perform a RMBC on the highlighted fixture. * Choose "Get Serial Number" from the pull down menu.
      2. Make sure that the fixture SN has been captured and saved.
      3. Go into the "Equipment Pool" and then into the "Module Browser".
      4. Find the carrier type in the listing on the left hand side of the window and highlight it. Carrier numbers will be either Y0004VA1 or Y00065A1.
      5. Once you have highlighted the carrier number select '"Modules" from the window top menu. Then select "Add Module". When you do this a list will appear. Highlight "Y0005LA1" from the list and then click on "Select". You will be asked for the module position. Type in its location. For example if it is at M7 then type in "M7".
      6. Choose "Modules" from the top menu in the window and then "EE Save Modules". Answer "Yes" to the question.
      7. Choose "Node" from the top menu of the window and then "EE Save Node Info". Again answer "Yes" to the questions.
      8. Perform a system start up.
      9. If the module does not seem to work check to make sure the configuration was saved. Also check to make sure you did not choose M9 or M10 as placement of the module.

    Removing the Module:
    To move the module from one location on the carrier to another do the following.
      1. Deactivate the fixture and physically remove the module.
      2. Perform a system start up.
      3. Go into the "Equipment Pool" and then into the "Module Browser".
      4. Find the carrier type in the listing on the left hand side of the window and highlight it. Carrier numbers will be either Y0004VA1 or Y00065A1.
      5. In the right hand column of the window highlight the module being removed (M# Y0005LA1).
      6. Choose "Modules" from the top menu in the window and then "Remove Module".
      7. Again choose "Modules" from the top menu and then "EE Save Modules". Answer "Yes" to the questions.
      8. Perform a system start up.
    Moving the Module:
    To move the module from one location to another.
      1. Deactivate the fixture and then physically remove the module and place it into the new location. Make sure you did not choose M9 or M10 as the new location for the module.
      2. Perform a system start up
      3. Perform the steps outlined in "Removing the Module".
      4. Perform the steps outlined in "Fixture Configuration Steps".
      5. Perform a system start up.

    Module Pin Out:
    Pin Designation
    Type
    Notes / Coding
    H1-1
    Header
    Output 4 for side B A#SW=4b
    H1-2
    Header
    Output 1 for side B A#SW=1b
    H1-3
    Header
    Output 3 for side A A#SW=3a
    H1-4
    Header
    Output 7 for side B A#SW=7b
    H1-5
    Header
    Output 5 for side A A#SW=5a
    H1-6
    Header
    Output 8 for side A A#SW=8a
    H1-7
    Header
    Output 10 for side B A#SW=10b
    H1-8
    Header
    Output 10 for side A A#SW=10a
    H1-9
    Header
    Output 16 for side B A#SW=16b
    H1-10
    Header
    Output 13 for side B A#SW=3b
    H1-11
    Header
    Output 15 for side A A#SW=15a
    H1-12
    Header
    Common Input B side for 2X16 configuration
    H2-1
    Header
    Output 3 for side B A#SW=3b
    H2-2
    Header
    Output 1 for side A A#SW=1a
    H2-3
    Header
    Output 4 for side A A#SW=4a
    H2-4
    Header
    Output 6 for side B A#SW=6b
    H2-5
    Header
    Output 6 for side A A#SW=6a
    H2-6
    Header
    Output 12 for side B A#SW=12b
    H2-7
    Header
    Output 9 for side B A#SW=9b
    H2-8
    Header
    Output 11 for side A A#SW=11a
    H2-9
    Header
    Output 15 for side B A#SW=15b
    H2-10
    Header
    Output 13 for side A A#SW=13a
    H2-11
    Header
    Output 16 for side A A#SW=16a
    H2-12
    Header
    Common Input for 1X32 configuration
    H3-1
    Header
    Output 2 for side B A#SW=2b
    H3-2
    Header
    Output 2 for side A A#SW=2a
    H3-3
    Header
    Output 8 for side B A#SW=8b
    H3-4
    Header
    Output 5 for side B A#SW=5b
    H3-5
    Header
    Output 7 for side A A#SW=7a
    H3-6
    Header
    Output 11 for side B A#SW=11b
    H3-7
    Header
    Output 9 for side A A#SW=9a
    H3-8
    Header
    Output 12 for side A A#SW=12a
    H3-9
    Header
    Output 14 for side B A#SW=14b
    H3-10
    Header
    Output 14 for side A A#SW=14a
    H3-11
    Header
    Measure Voltage on Input
    H3-12
    Header
    Common Input A side for 2X16 configuration

    Notes:
    1. Control code is case sensitive.
    2. If more than one mux is resident in a fixture DO NOT combine code strings into one software fixture path definition. Ex. DutP1 Vmeas1 A5SW=2aA3SW=4b will not work. Ex. DutP1 Vmeas1 A5SW=2a and DutP4 Device Power 1 A3SW4b will work.
    3. When used in the 2X16 mode a command to switch 5a will also switch 5b.


    Bench Top DC Voltage Requirements:
    +5V / +15V/ -15V
    Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0092A - Attenuator, 0-32db 4 StepsKit Part Number: RIK0092A - Attenuator, 0-32db 4 Steps
    Fab#: Y0007RA1
    Description: ATTENUATOR, 0-32 in 4 Steps

    Top View

    Pin Out

    Pin#
        Function
            Notes:
    J1
    Attenuator Input or Output
    Attenuator is Symetric
    J2
    Attenuator Input or Output
    Attenuator is Symetric

    Attenuator Truth Table
    Attenuator Setting (dB)
    Switch Code
    0
    S# 0000
    12
    S# 1001
    24
    S#1111
    36
    S# 0110

    Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0095A - AC MatrixKit Part Number: RIK0095A - AC Matrix
    Fab#: Y0007RA1
    Description: AC Matrix, Any Pin to Any Pin

    The Fixture AC Matrix provides for DC and AC switching of fixture resources to the fixture pogo interface. Any one of 8 common pins or multiples thereof can be attached to any of 24 switched pins.


    Programming the 8X24 Mux:

    General Format: A#CX=Y where A# is "Action at Module Location #.
    CX = Common line Y (Header 1 at location 1-8)
    = Y is the X location (Header 2 or 3 at locations 1-12)

    Multiple Switch Settings:
    When more than one switch setting is required for a particular fixture path the format
    is as above with each setting seperated with a semicolon. Also the "A" in all subsequent settings
    from the are not included.

    For example if header 1 pin 1 (h1-1) is to be connected to header 2 pin 1 (h2-1) and header 1 pin 3 (h1-3) is to be connected to header 3 pin 4 (h3-4) the string as written will apear as

    A6C1=19;6C3=3
    .

    This is assuming that the module is sitting in the M6 carrier position.


    Connecting two or more common pins:
    When it is required to connect common pins together use the above format where "Y" is the same
    value.

    For example if h1-1 and h1-4 are to be connected together the switch string would be
    A6C1=10;6C4=10.

    This again is assuming that the module is sitting in the M6 carrier position.

    Programming Table:
    For Header Location
    Y=
    Module Schematic Designation
    For Header Location
    Y=
    Module Schematic Designation
    h2-p1
    19
    X6-0
    h3-p1
    6
    X5-1
    h2-p2
    20
    X7-0
    h3-p2
    5
    X4-1
    h2-p3
    21
    X8-0
    h3-p3
    4
    X3-1
    h2-p4
    22
    X9-0
    h3-p4
    3
    X2-1
    h2-p5
    23
    X10-0
    h3-p5
    2
    X1-1
    h2-p6
    24
    X11-0
    h3-p6
    1
    X0-1
    h2-p7
    13
    X0-0
    h3-p7
    12
    X11-1
    h2-p8
    14
    X1-0
    h3-p8
    11
    X10-1
    h2-p9
    15
    X2-0
    h3-p9
    10
    X9-1
    h2-p10
    16
    X3-0
    h3-p10
    9
    X8-1
    h2-p11
    17
    X4-0
    h3-p11
    8
    X7-1
    h2-p12
    18
    X5-0
    h3-p12
    7
    X6-1


    Isolation:
    In applications where isolation may be an issue the selection of header pins should be done in regard to the "Module Schematic Designation". This designation helps to identify the actual Mux IC pin location in relation to the next pin. Using the format as utilized in the table, Xn refers to the pin number on the IC. The dash number refers to which IC on the module is being switched (there are two on the module). For example X7-1 refers to pin 7 of the second IC on the module. Select pins that are at least seperated by one pin when isolation is of concern.

    Default Settings:
    When using the 8X24 mux it is good practice to set up an open default condition for all common pins. This will prevent insertion of a DUT into a potentially live socket. To do this:
      1. Create a path definition in the software fixture file.
      2. In the "Mode" field type in the word "default" in all lower case letters.
      3. In the "Switch" field type in A#C1=0;#C2=0;#C3=0;#C4=0;#C5=0;#C6=0;#C7=0;#C8=0. The "#" should denote the module location on the carrier board. This command will thus open all the common pins.
      4. In the test plan, place the corresponding path definition into the disconnect settings panel.
    Hide details for Kit Part Number: RIK0127A - HS Digital + ScanKit Part Number: RIK0127A - HS Digital + Scan
    Fab#: Y0008NA1
    Description: High Speed Digital/Scan


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