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81150A and 81160A Pulse Function Arbitrary Noise Generators - Application Note 
The Keysight 81150A and 81160A are pulse function arbitrary noise generators in different speed classes. They permit maximum test efficiency in a wide spectrum of applications.

Application Note 2015-06-18

A Flexible Test Solution for Internet of things (IoT) devices with ASK/FSK Modulation - App Note 
Use Keysight’s basic RF instruments to measure and analyze ASK/FSK modulated signals commonly used in a variety of products and systems, ranging from personal consumer electronics and automatic meter reading, to giant industrial devices.

Application Note 2015-04-09

Generating Narrow Pulses with a Function Generator  
Testing basic digital signals, such as triggers, clock signals, and logic control, doesn't always require the performance of a dedicated pulse generator.

Application Note 2008-04-16

Using Synthetic Instruments in Your Test System (AN 1465-24) 
This note represents a brief history of SI, compares a rack-and-stack system to an SI-based system, descibes the initial applications of SIs, and illustrates the emulation of conventional instruments with SIs.

Application Note 2006-08-28

Multi-channel Setup with Programmable Inter-channel Phase 
In the past, the problem has been to generate a number of synchronous signals with programmable phase difference. The attached Product Note explains how this can be solved by master/slaving a number of Keysight 3324A synthesized function generators.

Application Note 2004-02-20

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Multi-channel signals with the Keysight E1440A 
The attached Application Note is an example describing the test of vehicle receivers used in Decca-type location systems that require a number of synthesizers to simulate the signals from a number of fixed transmitters. The frequencies, which are multiples of the master transmitter frequency...

Application Note 2004-02-20

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