Recording Radio Signals from Out of this World

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Engineers are always finding creative ways to use mixed domain oscilloscopes. I recently learned about a distinctive and somewhat unusual use for an MDO from David Haworth, one of Tektronix’ own senior applications engineers.

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DDR4 gains momentum. Is your test lab ready?

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By Chris Loberg

For the last few years, the PC industry seemingly went on hold while consumers went on a smart phone and tablet buying spree. Instead of peak performance, everyone wanted touch screens and longer battery life. But as the latest earnings report from Intel indicates, the PC is back. Turns out that if you want to do real work, there’s just no substitute for a speedy workstation, PC or laptop.

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Tektronix MDOs, Keysight InfiniiVision MSOs by the numbers

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When it comes to debugging a design that combines high-speed serial signals with RF, a mixed domain oscilloscope (MDO) is more than the sum of its parts. You can quickly switch between time and frequency domains to track down the root cause of problems in a particular design.

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Ensure precise measurements at 25 Gb/s and beyond with proper instrumentation, components

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By Chris Loberg

Emerging standards such as 100G Ethernet, 32G Fibre Channel, EDR InfiniBand, and OIF CEI all require multiple lanes of traffic at greater than 25 Gb/s per lane. These standards all outline stringent test specifications for high-performance pulse-transient responses, resulting in complex test challenges for new designs addressing these applications.

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"And This Year’s Winner is …”

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