When you’re innovating to a schedule, there’s no time to track down a logic analyzer or protocol analyzer to find elusive mixed-signal problems. Luckily, new highly-integrated instruments are available and are designed to give you a coherent view into the analog and digital signals, serial protocols, and RF signals that make up today’s complex embedded systems.
Digital Debugging Tips Using a Mixed Signal or a Mixed Domain Oscilloscope
This application note provides useful information for verifying and debugging with a Mixed Signal Oscilloscope (MSO) complex designs that may include analog and digital signals and multiple buses.
Debugging Serial Buses in Embedded System Designs
Find out how the protocol trigger, decode and search capabilities of the popular MSO and DPO Series oscilloscopes solve serial bus integration and debug challenges of many buses such as I2C, SPI , USB, RS-232/422/485/UART, CAN, LIN, FlexRay, Ethernet, and I2S/LJ/RJ/TDM.
XYZs Signal Generator Primer
This primer explains the basics of Signal Generators, including the many types of generators, their applications and their contribution to a complete test and measurement solution.
|How to Use a Mixed Signal Oscilloscope to Test Digital Circuits|
Learn more about verifying and debugging complex designs with a Mixed Signal Oscilloscope (MSO).
|Measuring Digital Clock Stability and Jitter with an Oscilloscope|
Learn techniques for quantifying clock stability and jitter over billions of cycles using statistics and jitter analysis tools.
|Troubleshooting Analog to Digital Converter Offset Using a Mixed Signal Oscilloscope|
Shows how to perform quick checks on an Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) gain, offset and linearity, using a function generator and mixed signal oscilloscope (MSO). The MSO is used to uncover a problem with offset error.
|Debug and Validation of High Performance Mixed Signal Designs|
MSO70000/Serial Mixed Signal and iCapture Capability