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Jitter Generation and Analysis Systems

High-speed digital transmission systems and high-speed digital I/O buses are often required to receive or regenerate data using a clock signal that is recovered or extracted from the data waveform. Variation in the data rate commonly known as jitter can complicate the clock recovery and data regeneration process. To guarantee a high level of performance in the presence of jitter, components and systems are typically required to adhere to a rigorous set of jitter performance standards. Keysight offers several jitter analysis solutions for SONET/SDH/OTN, Ethernet, and high-speed digital I/O.

In the Product Comparison table below, some solutions will require E/O and O/E converters to make optical measurements.

Compare All Jitter Generation Systems (4)

  • 81134A Pulse Pattern Generator, 3.35 GHz, dual-channel 81134A Pulse Pattern Generator, 3.35 GHz, dual-channel (1) 

    81134A Pulse Pattern Generator, 3.35 GHz, dual-channel

    • The Keysight 81134A Pulse Pattern Generator - 3.35 GHz
    • Dual-channel
    • The next generation in Keysight's high-speed Pulse Pattern Generators

  • E5001A SSA-J Precision Clock Jitter Analysis Software E5001A SSA-J Precision Clock Jitter Analysis Software (1) 

    E5001A SSA-J Precision Clock Jitter Analysis Software

  • PCI Express® Gen 2.0 RX jitter testing  with J-BERT N4903B [Discontinued] PCI Express® Gen 2.0 RX jitter testing with J-BERT N4903B [Discontinued] (1) 

    PCI Express® Gen 2.0 RX jitter testing with J-BERT N4903B [Discontinued]

    PCI Express® made it to one of the major interfaces inside a computer. In December 2006 the PCI-SIG® association released the Base Specification Revision 2 [1]. The Revision 2 doubles the operating speed from 2.5 Gb/s in Revision 1 to 5 Gb/s.

  • DSO91304A Infiniium High Performance Oscilloscope DSO91304A Infiniium High Performance Oscilloscope (1) 

    DSO91304A Infiniium High Performance Oscilloscope

    13GHz, 4 channels, 40 GSa/s on all channels, 10Mpts to 1Gpts