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5G mmWave for Wideband Applications Demo - video

Demo 2015-07-16

Generating PAM-4 Signals using an M8195A AWG
Learn about using the M8195A Arbitrary Waveform Generator in conjunction with a 33 GHz real time scope to generate PAM-4 signals. As well as how to calibrate the set up for optimal frequency response. And some capabilities of the M8195A in terms of modifying and changing the characteristics of the PAM-4 signal.

Demo 2015-07-14

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 2015-05-01

M8195A Arbitrary Waveform Generator OFC Video 2015
An overview of what an AWG is and what the advantages of using an AWG for optical applications are; which applications are supported by an AWG in the optical space and what the advantages of the Keysight M8195A over other AWG’s in the market are.

Demo 2015-04-23

PC Tested Configurations with PXI/AXIe Chassis - Technical Overview
This document provides a list of personal computers which are compatible with the M9018A PXI Chassis and the M9502A/M9505A AXIe Chassis.

Technical Overview 2015-04-13

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MIPI Design & Test - Brochure
Brochure shows how to anticipate design challenges with Keysight MIPI test solutions that promotes hardware and software standardization in mobile designs.

Brochure 2015-03-24

PDF PDF 6.16 MB
M8190A Arbitrary Waveform Generator - Configuration Guide
This document provides support to customers and field engineers when configuring the M8190A Arbitrary Waveform Generator for purchase.

Configuration Guide 2015-03-20

Lightwave Catalog: 2015 Optical Component Test Volume 1 - Catalog
Volume I covers “General Photonic Instruments” to characterize single-mode and multimode fiber-optic components, especially at the physical layer.

Catalog 2015-01-31

PDF PDF 1.88 MB
Lightwave Catalog: 2015 Optical-Electrical, Signal Generation, Complex Modulation Analysis Volume 2
Volume II covers “Optical –Electrical/Polarization/Complex Modulation Analysis“ for the transmission networks.

Catalog 2015-01-31

PDF PDF 3.69 MB
Lightwave Catalog: 2015 Bit Error Ratio and Waveform Analysis Volume 3 - Catalog
Volume III covers “Bit Error Ratio & Waveform Analysis” for data center and cloud environment.

Catalog 2015-01-31

PDF PDF 2.41 MB
MIPI M-PHY, D-PHY and C-PHY Receiver Testing- Recorded webcast
MIPI M-PHY, D-PHY and C-PHY Receiver Testing- Recorded webcast

Demo 2014-11-03

M8190A Arbitrary Waveform Generator - Getting Started Guide
The M8190A ensures accuracy up to 80 dBc SFDR. High dynamic range and excellent vertical resolution gives you confidence that you are testing your device, not the signal source.

Quick Start Guide 2014-11-01

M8190A Arbitrary Waveform Generator - User's Guide
The M8190A is a 12 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator. It combines excellent signal fidelity with highest sampling rates. It offers up to 2 GSa waveform memory per channel and three different high bandwidth output paths to ideally address applications.

User Manual 2014-11-01

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 2014-10-20

AWG article - MWJ product feature
AWG article - MWJ product feature

Article 2014-10-14

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 2014-10-01

Download latest M8195A AWG application notes
Get app notes for digital multilevel signalizing techniques and high-speed coherent optical

Application Note 2014-09-22

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

Press Materials 2014-09-12

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

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

Microwave Frequency Up-Converters Extend Signal Simulation to 40 GHz – Synopsis
Microwave frequency up-converters extend signal simulation to 40 GHz from Synopsis and Keysight

Solution Brief 2014-08-04

Using Flexible Digital Modulation Testing for Satellite Regenerative Payloads - Application Note
This application note focuses on solutions for the issues that create risks in the integration of mixed-signal systems with a mix of software and hardware tools. Examples focus on measurements of error vector magnitude (EVM), which is a key figure of merit for modulated signals implemented in either analog or digital form.

Application Note 2014-08-01

M8192A Synchronization Module for M8190A – User’s Guide
The M8192A synchronization module is used together with 2 to 6 M8190A modules to build a fully synchronous, phase coherent multi-channel generator system with up to 12 analog channels and 24 marker outputs.

User Manual 2014-04-01

Download the latest AWG Application Notes
Here you can download free application notes for new Arbitrary Waveform Generators (AWGs)

Application Note 2014-02-10

M8190A Arbitrary Waveform Generator - Data Sheet
Precision arbitrary waveform generator with 5 GHz bandwidth and 14 bit vertical resolution gives you reliable, repeatable measurements.

Data Sheet 2014-02-05

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