Modern electronics include analog and digital circuitry, and the DLM2000's flexible MSO input allows users to measure both, including mixed signal triggers and decoding of parallel or serial bit
As a result, engineers rely on analog waveforms that can accurately mimic imperfections in high-frequency serial bit
A new suite for the Agilent N4903A Serial Bit
Error Ratio Tester (BERT) features a library of jitter tolerance compliance curves for periodic jitter, random jitter, bounded uncorrelated jitter, and intersymbol and sinusoidal interference for PCI Express, Serial Advanced Technology Attachment, Fibre Channel, fully buffered DIMM, CEI, 10GbE, and small form-factor pluggable compliance testing up to 12.
Handset integration teams can evaluate product behavior by monitoring the digital serial bit
stream between the RF-IC and BB-IC.
It allows you to select as many as four different serial bit
patterns to search for, providing the capability to quickly locate patterns of interest in long strings of data.
In addition, an incremental set of non-measurement, hardware trigger-like events such as edges, patterns, runts and serial bit
streams can also be identified and scanned for.
The N4903A Serial Bit
Error Ratio Tester provides jitter-tolerance test (J-BERT) of serial gigabit devices up to 12.
These sensors deliver data at speeds of 30 FPS in XGA resolution, which translates to high quantities of data through either a serial bit
stream or a parallel interface.
rates are defined for frequencies up to a maximum of 10 Gb/s although lower frequencies are supported today.