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The intelligent and connected car is no longer a futuristic concept, but an exciting reality. With increasing levels of electronics enabling sophisticated navigation, safety and infotainment features, the industry is witnessing one of the fastest convergence of automotive and energy technologies.

We see the parallel of Moore’s Law moving onboard the vehicle – only this time, besides transistors, we are talking 5G, 802.11ac WiFi, BroadR-Reach, MOST150, CAN, LIN, FlexRay and more. These technologies will drive innovations in vehicular safety and performance, with conscious efforts to economize energy usage and create a sustainable and environmentally friendly paradigm shift in powering automobiles.

From early R&D to manufacturing , our broad and powerful range of hardware and software, with dedicated people to help you succeed, will give you better automotive insights and help your innovations come to the market earlier.

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Oscilloscope Measurement Tools to Help Debug Automotive Serial Buses Faster - Application Note 
Keysight's InfiniiVision Series oscilloscopes offer some unique measurement capabilities for debugging and characterizing the physical layer of automotive serial buses.

Application Note 2017-02-27

Automotive Serial Bus Testing - Application Note 
This application note will show examples of characterizing the performance of various automotive serial buses using Keysight oscilloscopes and provide a summary of recommended probing solutions.

Application Note 2017-01-26

N5393F/G PCI Express® 4.0 (Gen4) Software for Infiniium Oscilloscopes - Data Sheet 
The N5393F/G PCI Express electrical performance validation and compliance software provides accurate and automated transmitter testing devices for single and multi lane test setup reducing test time.

Data Sheet 2017-01-25

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CAN Eye-Diagram Mask Testing - Application Note 
InfiniiVision X-Series scopes can trigger, decode, and perform eye-diagram mask test measurements on differential CAN bus signals, as well as perform analysis on other serial bus standards.

Application Note 2017-01-12

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Using Oscilloscope Segmented Memory for Serial Bus Applications - Application Note 
Learn how to use an oscilloscope's segmented memory to capture a longer time span and more serial packets while still digitizing at a high sample rate.

Application Note 2017-01-10

Debug Automotive Designs Faster with CAN-dbc Symbolic Trigger and Decode - Application Note 
Learn about CAN-dbc symbolic triggering and how to improve debug of your automotive designs using an oscilloscope.

Application Note 2015-03-13

CAN FD Eye-Diagram Mask Testing - Application Note 
Eye-diagram mask testing is used in a broad range of today’s serial bus applications. Learn more about eye-diagram testing for higher speed buses such as the new CAN FD serial bus.

Application Note 2015-02-05

Radar Measurements - Application Note 
This application note focuses on the fundamentals of measuring basic pulsed radars and measurements for more complex or modulated pulsed radar systems.

Application Note 2014-08-22

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FlexRay Physical Layer Eye-diagram Mask Testing - Application Note 
Keysight provides seven different FlexRay mask files based on FlexRay physical layer standards/specifications for use with InfiniiVision 5000, 6000, and 7000 Series oscilloscopes (DSO or MSO)from Agilent.

Application Note 2014-08-01

Characterizing CAN Bus Arbitration - Application note 
This app note will explain the CAN non-destructive bit-wise arbitration process. The InfiniiVision 4000 and 6000 X-Series oscilloscopes show examples of triggering and decoding those messages.

Application Note 2014-04-28

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Debug Automotive Designs Faster with CAN-dbc Symbolic Trigger and Decode - Application Note 
Learn how to perform CAN symbolic-level triggering and decoding using a Keysight 9000 Series oscilloscope.

Application Note 2013-09-24

PDF PDF 1.79 MB