Tag: Oscilloscopes

Get Free Memory

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Get Free Memory

Marc Clement 2020.02.21

Limited Time Offer: Purchase a Keysight UXR Series Scope and Get Free Memory Take advantage of our limited time offer to receive free 1 Gpts of memory with the purchase of a new UXR Series high-perfor

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Keysight Wave 2020 Overview

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Keysight Wave 2020 Overview

Daniel Bogdanoff 2020.01.21

Keysight Wave 2020 is happening now! Wondering what it’s all about? This online event for engineers features >100 giveaways and tips & tricks designed to make you an engineering legend. Enter now for

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DDR5/LPDDR5 Signals Can Be a Real Challenge to Measure

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DDR5/LPDDR5 Signals Can Be a Real Challenge to Measure

Marc Clement 2020.01.14

Overview  Today’s mobile and computer bus technologies are driving the need for higher speed. Memory buses such as LPDDR5 / DDR5 use on-die termination (ODT) modes, which eliminates the need for exter

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How to Evaluate Oscilloscope Noise for Low-Level Measurements

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How to Evaluate Oscilloscope Noise for Low-Level Measurements

Melissa Garza 2019.09.30

All oscilloscopes exhibit one undesirable characteristic: vertical noise in the scope’s analog front-end and digitizing process. Measurement system noise will degrade your actual signal measurement ac

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Using an Oscilloscope to Test Automotive Serial Buses

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Using an Oscilloscope to Test Automotive Serial Buses

Melissa Garza 2019.09.25

The quality of automotive serial bus designs becomes crucial as cars get smarter and further integrated. There are more systems and subsystems in your vehicle’s designs requiring multiple serial buses

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Supercharge Your Oscilloscope Bandwidth

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Supercharge Your Oscilloscope Bandwidth

Melissa Garza 2019.08.16

Oscilloscope Bandwidth and Its Importance All oscilloscopes have a low-pass frequency response that rolls-off at higher frequencies. The lowest frequency at which your signal is attenuated by 3 dB is

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