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Chamber for an EMC/EMI precompliance test

The Financial Case for an EMI/EMC Pre-Compliance Test Solution

Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Failing EMI compliance testing can be a design engineer’s worst nightmare. Additional compliance testing costs, external lab testing, debug engineering time, and in some cases, board spins can add significant costs and time delays to your project. Unfortunately, for companies new to EMI/EMC, estimating compliance testing cost can be somewhat challenging. In this blog, we’ll provide information on …

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Tektronix 5 Series B MSO
Customer-Driven Improvements to the 5 Series MSO Wednesday, January 12, 2022
Customer-Driven Improvements to the 5 Series B MSO Delivers an Even Better User Experience and More Capabilities  Oscilloscopes are among the most important tools in the electronics industry.  So, it’s not surprising that the choice of a specific oscilloscope by an engineer can be a deeply personal matter.  And engineers, by their nature, are full of ideas for improvement. Since the release of the …
Failed Audit
Failed a Calibration Audit? Here’s What to Do. Wednesday, January 12, 2022
You work hard to ensure your electronic test and measurement equipment is calibrated and available to support production. You spend hours diligently answering an auditor’s questions. But, instead of the metaphorical gold star you were hoping for, the auditor comes back with unfortunate news. You’ve failed the audit. What’s your next move? Understanding the ramifications of an audit failure is the …
5 series mixed signal oscilloscope with a Tektronix IsoVu probe
Best Practices When Handling Tektronix IsoVu Isolated Differential Probes Monday, December 20, 2021
In this article, we will explore in detail some best practices to follow when handling Tektronix's isolated differential probe, also known as IsoVu™ probes. What is IsoVu?  IsoVu is the brand name used to describe Tektronix's isolated differential probes. Generation One (TIVHx/TIVMx) was released several years ago, and Generation Two (TIVPx) came out more recently. IsoVu probes were originally …
2306 simulate recharging discharged battery
Addressing the Growth in 5G with Keithley's 2306-LAN Battery Charger and Simulator Friday, December 17, 2021
New innovations in technology have allowed us to begin adopting 5G communication network which allows users to share data at a pace that is 3 to 5 times faster than that of 4G (J.P.Morgan, 2021). By 2030, the 5G market is expected to exceed $180 billion just in North America alone (J.P.Morgan, 2021). As more users begin to switch to 5G, the demand for more wireless devices has increased and so has …
A graphic user interface displaying FFT optimized vs Spectrum View.
How to Use Spectrum View for Easier, More Accurate Insights Tuesday, December 14, 2021
Efficient system analysis and debug relies on insights but correlating signals across multiple domains has traditionally been a painful, technically challenging process. It can be difficult to figure out why a system isn’t working as expected without precise, synchronized insight into both time and frequency domains. Spectrum View was created to solve that challenge. The 4, 5 and 6 Series MSO …
A graphic user interface displaying RF frequency trigger on wireless burst signal
Spectrum View: A New Way of Analyzing Signals Across Multiple Domains Tuesday, December 14, 2021
Analyzing Signals Across Multiple Domains There is increasing interference in the RF domain as we work to make IoT devices more powerful, consume less energy and have longer battery lives but still broadcast high-quality RF communication. From smart watches to heart rate sensors, the devices being designed today are getting smaller and smaller, which makes signal integrity more important than ever …
Conventional oscilloscope probes make signals appear noisy on SiC gate drives
Measuring Silicon Carbide (SiC) MOSFET Signals Effectively Monday, December 6, 2021
Silicon Carbide (SiC) MOSFETs are increasingly being used in industries ranging from electric vehicles and solar power, to backup power systems. This is thanks to their ability to withstand high temperatures, offer faster switching, deliver higher efficiency especially at higher voltages, and high current capacity. However, there are some challenges in validating designs using SiC MOSFET’s. The …
Calibrating sophisticated test equipment
What to Know when Calibrating Sophisticated Test Equipment Monday, December 6, 2021
After surveying multiple vendors on accredited calibration capabilities, examining their quality history, and completing an onsite audit, the aerospace company decided to partner with Tektronix to augment their internal calibration lab. They now have a single vendor that can calibrate everything in their lab, including the most sophisticated electronic test and measurement instruments …
6 Series B mixed signal oscilloscope displaying jitter
Understanding How To Analyze Jitter Wednesday, November 17, 2021
Steve Sandler, President of Picotest, as well as Maria Agoston, Cameron Lowe, Tony Ambrose, all of Tektronix, also contributed to this blog. Why You Should Care About Jitter Jitter is a common problem. A quantified misplacement in time of the signal relative to the expected time position, jitter is ultimately a degradation of the key definition of performance of a serial link, which is the bit …
PCI Express
How Do the Latest PCIe Generations Compare to IEEE 802.3ck Electrical Ethernet? Tuesday, November 9, 2021
One of the featured sessions during the 2021 Tektronix Innovation Forum was one entitled PCIe Gen5, Gen6 Development and Contrast to IEEE 802.3ck Electrical Ethernet, featuring myself and my colleague, Pavel Zivny. At that session we began by discussing the current status for PCI Express 5.0 at 32 GBd NRZ.  Next, we looked ahead to the transition to PCI Express 6.0 at 32 GBd PAM4, reviewing key …