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N5980A 3.125 Gb/s Serial BERT - Data Sheet
The Keysight Technologies, Inc. N5980A 3.125 Gb/s Serial BERT is ideal for manual or automated manufacturing test of electrical and optical devices running at speeds between 125 Mb/s to 3.125 Gb/s.

Data Sheet 2014-10-17

User's Guides, Programmer's Guides, and Online Help (Version 05.20.0005)
This installer places an "Infiniium Docs" folder shortcut on your desktop. In this folder you can find user's guides, programmer's guides, and other manuals that go with Infiniium oscilloscope system software.

Help File 2014-10-17

EXE EXE 300.61 MB
AWg article - MWJ product feature
AWg article - MWJ product feature

Article 2014-10-14

M8061A 32 Gb/s Multiplexer with De-Emphasis - Data Sheet
Datasheet for M8061A 28 Gb/s Multiplexer with optional de-emphasis. Expands J-BERT N4903B pattern generator to 28.4 Gb/s. Enables R&D and test engineers to accurately characterize receivers up to 28G.

Data Sheet 2014-10-08

PDF PDF 1.90 MB
N4960A Serial BERT 17 and 32 Gb/s - User's Guide
The user's manual covers: setting up the system, operation, applications, performance specifications, remote operation, and warranty/product service.

User Manual 2014-10-01

N4980A Multi-Instrument BERT Software - User's Guide
The user's manual covers: setting up the system, system requirements, installation, operation, measurements, tools, and configurations.

User Manual 2014-10-01

N4980A Multi-Instrument BERT Software - Getting Started Guide
This getting started guide contains information on how to install the N4980A Multi-Instrument BERT Software application, including prerequisites.

Quick Start Guide 2014-10-01

PDF PDF 237 KB
N4960A Serial BERT 17 and 32 Gb/s - Getting Started Guide
The getting started guide helps you identify the contents of the shipping package, perform a quick functional check of the product, and guide you on where to find more information and support for the N4960A.

Quick Start Guide 2014-10-01

Programmer's Guide for Infiniium Oscilloscopes
This is a zipped Microsoft Windows® format help file. Extract this file to a Local Disk (a Windows security requirement); on Windows XP, you may have to open the file's Properties dialog and Unblock the file before opening.

Programming and Syntax Guide 2014-09-30

ZIP ZIP 2.01 MB
Programmer's Guide for Infiniium Oscilloscopes (PDF)
This is a printable PDF version of the Infiniium Oscilloscopes Programmer's Guide.

Programming and Syntax Guide 2014-09-30

PDF PDF 6.78 MB
Test and Measurement for Next Generation Optical Communications
View this recorded webcast, originally hosted by Lightwave, to learn more about optical communications measurements.

How-To Video 2014-09-29

MOV MOV 66.29 MB
Get app notes for digital multilevel signalizing techniques and high-speed coherent optical -AppNote
Get app notes for digital multilevel signalizing techniques and high-speed coherent optical

Application Note 2014-09-22

N4962A Serial BERT 12.5 Gb/s - User's Guide
The N4962A Serial BERT 12.5 Gb/s is a pseudo-random bit sequence generator and error detector designed for automated production-line testing and manufacturing of optical transceivers up to 12.5 Gb/s.

User Manual 2014-09-15

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M8195A 65GSa/s AWG – Press Release
Introduces 65-GSa/s High-Speed Arbitrary Waveform Generator

Press Materials 2014-09-12

N4392A Optical Modulation Analyzer - Data Sheet
N4392A is the first integrated optical modulation analyzer in a compact form without any external wiring offering portability at an affordable price for every photonic engineer.

Data Sheet 2014-09-10

M8195A 65 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator - Data Sheet
New Arbitrary Waveform Generator with the highest combination of speed, bandwidth and channel density. Flexible signal generation at up to 32 Gbaud.

Data Sheet 2014-09-08

PDF PDF 1.29 MB
Keysight M8195A AWG - The Digital and Arbitrary Signal Generator
Keysight M8195A AWG - The digital and arbitrary signal generator with the highest combination of speed, bandwidth and channel density The M8195A AWG is a high speed AWG with up to 65 GSa/s sample rate and 20 GHz bandwidth on up to 4 channels per module.

Demo 2014-09-08

Keysight M8195A AWG within the Mobile & Network Ecosystem
As devices and interfaces become faster and more complex, the M8195A AWG gives you the versatility to create the signals you need for digital applications, optical and electrical communication, advanced research, wideband radar and satcom.

Demo 2014-09-08

Probe Resource Center
Visit the Probe Resource Center for probe manuals, data sheets, SPICE models, videos, application notes, and more.

Help File 2014-09-02

M8195A Arbitrary Waveform Generator – Getting Started Guide
The M8195A is a 65 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator with the highest combination of speed, bandwidth and channel density. Flexible signal generation at up to 32 Gbaud. Clean and distorted signal to stress the device to the limits.

Quick Start Guide 2014-09-01

PDF PDF 1.01 MB
M8195A Arbitrary Waveform Generator - User's Guide
The M8195A is a 65 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator with the highest combination of speed, bandwidth and channel density. Flexible signal generation at up to 32 Gbaud. Clean and distorted signal to stress the device to the limits.

User Manual 2014-09-01

PDF PDF 1.79 MB
86100_N1010A Firmware Release Notes A.04.00
Firmware release notes for 86100 family mainframes and N1010A FlexDCA Software

Release Notes 2014-08-26

N4962A Serial BERT 12.5 Gb/s - Data Sheet
The N4962A is a low cost 0.5 to 12.5 Gb/s pseudo-random bit sequence generator and bit error rate tester designed for automated production-line testing, manufacturing, and R&D use.

Data Sheet 2014-08-25

N4960A Serial BERT 17 and 32 Gb/s - Data Sheet
The N4960A is the world's most affordable solution for characterizing 100GbE, 28G, and high speed SerDes applications.

Data Sheet 2014-08-20

Evaluating Oscilloscope Sample Rates vs. Sampling Fidelity - Application Note
Make the most accurate digital measurements by learning how to evaluate oscilloscope sample rates vs. signal fidelity.

Application Note 2014-08-04

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