Thanks for your SDI tool. I am Tristen Tan a distributor in Australia Sydney. Please advise if you have any tools to work on MPEG to 45Mhz G.703 on ASI? Is there a replacement from Agilent for Tek VM700T? Do you have any tools for SDI reciever test? Thanks.
Yes you can use the new MSO9404A to test SD-SDI (270Mbps) and HD-SDI (1.485 Gbps). The 4GHz of bandwidth is more than enough. You can also use any 90000A Series oscilloscope above 2.5 GHz and take advantage of its industry best noise floor.
For receiver testing, right now I know a j-Bert A model with option C07 and J10 combined with a VNA will work.
Thanks alot. Can the MSO9404A do 3G-SDI (2.97Gbps) as well? Do you have any demo or customer presentation documents for the reciever test as well? I would like to do a proposal to my customer in Australia. Lastly, do you think we have any solution for MPEG to 45Mhz ingest and output on ASI over G.703 protocol? Thanks.
Thanks. I have tried running the SDI Apps on my MSO9254A with the Trex and it works find. I will be using the Mask Communication kit to perfrom G.703 test however, I am not sure of MPEG-2 and Digital Audio test. Cheers.
I have run throught the SDI automated compliance software over the MSO9404A with the T-REX 2.5Gbps PRBS generator. However. the Vpp failed and also the eye pattern seems to be half way above the screen.
If you can provide me with your email I should be able to send you both the MSO9404A and DSA91304A SDI report. Most critical will be the MSO9404A which I have tried adjustting the probe scaling but it still do not work . Please advise. tahnks.
The SDI app is an attempt to automate measurements that you should also be making manually.
Have you looked at the waveform outside of the SDI application? What is the pk-to-pk voltage value that you are seeing, when you put some markers on it?
What is the TRex 2.5 Gb generator that you are using? If it's what I think, it is not producing SDI data, but something more like PCI Express Gen1. I think that Brig's instructions are supposed to apply to a true SDI link.