Tektronix provides engineers with automated test capability for speeding up the design and validation of the HDMI physical layer for their devices. Included is support for accurate test of sink, source and cables in accordance with the latest industry compliance test specifications.
Understanding and Characterizing Jitter Primer
Timing jitter is the unwelcome companion of all electrical systems that use voltage transitions to represent timing information. This paper focuses primarily on jitter in electrical systems.
Anatomy of an Eye Diagram Application Note
This application note discusses different ways that information from an eye diagram can be sliced to gain more insight. It also discusses some basic ways that transmitters, channels, and receivers are tested.
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|The Basics of Serial Data Compliance and Validation Measurements|
This primer is designed to help you understand the common aspects of serial data transmission & to explain the analog and digital measurement requirements that apply to these emerging serial technologies
|Physical Layer Compliance Testing for HDMI Using TDSHT3 HDMI Compliance Test Software Application Note|
This application note describes various tests that ensure validation, the challenges faced while testing complex HDMI signals and how oscilloscope-resident test software enables reliable results and automation to perform a wide range of tests.
|Direct Synthesis Comes to the Aid of Serial Measurements|
An analog approach to revolutionize serial data receiver measurement methodologies.
|HDMI Sink Impedance Measurement||Differential Impedance Measurement Procedures|
|HEAC Cable Tests||HEAC Cable Assembly Test Procedures|
|HDMI/DVI Method Of Implementation (MOI)|
Procedures Guide for HDMI Sink Instruments Differential Impedance Measurements using the Tektronix TDS/DSA8200 and Sampling Module 80E04
|HEAC Utility Line Impedance Test|
Utility Line Impedance Test Procedures