Tektronix' automated oscilloscope-based testing support for MOST provides engineers with standard specific limits for pass/fail compliance and pre-defined scope settings for each measurement. Reduce the complexity of executing MOST tests so you can test your devices faster.
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.
Measurement, Debug and Analysis for Embedded Automotive Designs
Whether you’re designing a system to simply adjust a mirror, or one to monitor and control a parallel hybrid power system, embedded systems technologies play a role. The use of embedded devices and the need to communicate vital information throughout the vehicle has increased the complexity of vehicle designs and the test processes needed to debug and verify these designs.
|Ensuring the Performance and Conformance of In-Vehicle Networks for New-Generation Automobiles|
When comparing past, present and future automobiles, one trend is clear: cars have become data centers on wheels. Within each vehicle, the volume of data from safety systems, onboard sensors, navigation systems, and so on—and the reliance on that data—continues to grow rapidly. This has major implications for in-vehicle networks (IVNs) in terms of speed, capacity and reliability.
This primer provides an overview of the trends, challenges and solutions associated with the expected future evolution of IVNs.
|MOST Essentials – Electrical Compliance and Debug Test Solution for MOST50 and MOST150 (MOI)|
This document provides the Methods of Implementation for making MOST measurements with Tektronix oscilloscopes enabled with option DJA, option MOST.