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Signal Integrity Analysis Series Part 1: Single-Port TDR, TDR/TDT, and 2-Port TDR - Application Note
This Application Note focuses on part 1: those which use a single-port TDR, those which use TDR/TDT, and those which use 2-port TDR.

Application Note 2019-04-25

USB 2.0 Compliance Testing with Infiniium Oscilloscopes - Application Note
This Application Note discusses the solution for the USB 2.0 test suite. The Keysight solution is the only one-box solution that uses the official USB-IF scripts for precompliance ans compliance testing.

Application Note 2019-01-29

Probe soldering guidelines for Keysight InfiniiMax probes - Application Note
There are various ways to connect test instrumentation probes to devices under test(DUTs). One such method is soldering, which provides a reliable connection and minimizes parasitic probing effects by keeping wire lengths and connections as short as possible. Many of Keysight's high performance oscilloscopes probes utilize soldered connections.

Application Note 2018-10-07

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Bandwidth Boosting Techniques for the Infiniimax Probe Amp and Probe Head - Application Note
Keysight InfiniiMax differential probes are DSP corrected to have a flat magnitude and phase response to provide the highest possible accuracy. The bandwidth chosen to correct to is typically around 3dB non-corrected bandwidth. Usually, extending the bandwidth much beyond that point will increase the noise floor, and if pushed even further, can cause unrealistic noise artifacts. However, the N5381A/B solder-in probe head in combination with the InfiniiMax 1169A/B probe amp is an excellent candidate for extending the bandwidth beyond the 3dB point because the N5381A/B is peaked past the normal 12 GHz bandwidth, and the peaking of the probe head can help compensate for the roll-off of the probe amp bandwidth.

Application Note 2018-06-21

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What is the difference between an equivalent time and a real-time oscilloscope? - Application Note
This document will discuss how each type of oscilloscope samples the incoming waveform and explain the trigger requirements.

Application Note 2017-12-05

Choosing the Best Passive and Active Oscilloscope Probes for Your Tasks - Application note
Selecting the right probe for your application is the first step toward making reliable oscilloscope measurements, and each probe has an application for which it performs best.

Application Note 2017-12-02

Evaluating High-Resolution Oscilloscopes - Application Note
This application note talks about: . How scope ADC bits and bits of resolution differ . Relationship between vertical resolution and noise . How high-resolution mode works . Average mode

Application Note 2017-12-01

InfiniiMax Probes Impact on Lead-Free (ROHS) Compliance - Application Note
Some Keysight InfiniiMax oscilloscope probe heads are intended for soldering to the device under test.

Application Note 2017-12-01

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Demystifying RCRC and RC probes - Application Note
An ideal probe would provide an exact replica of a signal being probed. However, the probe becomes a part of the circuit under test, because the probe introduces probe loading to the circuit.

Application Note 2017-12-01

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8 Hints for Better Scope Probings - Application Note
In this application note, you will find eight useful hints for selecting the right probe for your application and for making your oscilloscope probing better.

Application Note 2017-11-23

How to Select the Right Current Probe - Application Note
Oscilloscope current probes enable oscilloscopes to measure current, extending their use beyond just measuring voltage. Basically, current probes sense the current flowing through a conductor and convert it to a voltage that can be viewed and measured on an oscilloscope. There are many different types of current probes you can choose from and each probe has an area where it performs best. This application note will introduce you to the common types of current probe solutions, the fundamental principles, the advantages and limitations between each current probe type, and the practical consideration for using current probes for oscilloscope applications to make the most out of them.

Application Note 2017-11-09

Oscilloscope in Medical Imaging Applications - Measuring Power Integrity and Current Measurement
This application brief explores how Keysight oscilloscopes help designers validate the medical instrument’s IO interface for data processing in image reconstruction.

Application Note 2017-11-06

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Optical Signal Measurements Using A Real-Time Oscilloscope - Application Note
If your application includes a repetitive waveform that requires lower noise, jitter and a higher dynamic range, a sampling oscilloscope is a good choice.

Application Note 2017-06-27

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Maximizing Battery Life of IoT Smart Devices with Keysight Solutions - Application Brief
This application brief details the design and test challenges involved with maximizing the battery life of Internet of Things (IoT) smart devices, and recommends Keysight solutions to address them.

Application Note 2016-07-14

Time Domain Reflectometry Theory - Application Note
When compared to other measurement techniques, time domain reflectometry provides a more intuitive and direct look at the DUT's characteristics.

Application Note 2015-01-30

SATA II Drive TX/RX Testing & Cable SI Testing Using the 86100C DCA-J - Technical Overview
SATA II Drive Tx/Rx Testing & Cable SI Test using 86100C DCA-J. Product Note 86100-8

Application Note 2014-08-02

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Understanding and Using Offset in InfiniiMax Active Probes - Application Note
This application note explains how offset is applied in the Keysight InfiniiMax Active Probes and how to use offset for various applications

Application Note 2014-07-31

Reliable Temperature Chamber Testing with N2797A Extreme Temperature Active Probe - Application Note
Keysight’s N2797A extreme temperature active probe can operate over wide temperature ranges from -40 to 85 C, improving the accuracy of your temperature chamber measurements.

Application Note 2013-09-19

Oscilloscope Selection Tip 11: Probing - Application Note
Tip 11: Select an oscilloscope from a vendor that can also provide the variety of specialty probes that you may require.

Application Note 2013-07-24

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Make High Sensitivity, Wide Dynamic Range Current Measurement - Application Note
The new N2820A Series high-sensitivity current probes from Keysight Technologies address the need for high-sensitivity current measurements with a wide dynamic range.

Application Note 2013-02-26

Tips for Making Low Current Measurements with an Oscilloscope and Current Probe
An oscilloscope and a clamp-on current probe provide an easy way to make current measurements without necessarily breaking the circuit.

Application Note 2012-12-10

How Offset, Dynamic Range and Compression Affect Measurements - Application Note
This application note will clearly present how signal offset and oscilloscope/probe offset interact with regards to the dynamic range of the probe amps.

Application Note 2011-11-02

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Extending the Range of Keysight InfiniiMax Probes
This application note describes how to extend the operating range of Keysight InfiniiMax probes in voltage, temperature, and distance (reach between probe amplifiers and heads

Application Note 2009-06-26

IFT Battery Current Drain Solution - Application Note
Provides an overview of the Interactive Functional Test (IFT) battery current drain analysis solution using the 8960 (E5515C) and the 66319/21B or D.

Application Note 2008-09-30

Oscilloscope probing for high-speed signals
The probe is the dominant factor in determining the noise floor and response of your measurement system. Probe loading effects on the circuit under test are also a critical consideration.

Application Note 2008-09-03

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