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Pushing the Boundaries to Achieve Ultra-broadband Communications at True Terahertz Frequencies
See how researchers at the University at Buffalo achieved the first ever system to transmit and receive communications at 1.025 terahertz.

Newsletter 2018-12-10

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Full Function Oscilloscopes for ATE Systems

Article 2017-09-20

The Difference Between Digitizers and Oscilloscopes for Wideband Measurements

Article 2017-09-20

Make accurate and fast design decisions with data analytics
Make accurate and fast design decisions with data analytics

Article 2017-08-25

2015 Global Digital Oscilloscopes Growth Award
Understand how Frost & Sullivan evaluates and decides on the winner for this award

Article 2016-01-05

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Jitter Analysis: The Dual-Dirac Model, RJ/DJ, and Q-Scale - Application Note
This paper provides a complete description of the dual-Dirac model, how it is used in technology standards and a summary of how it is applied on different types of test equipment.

Article 2014-06-14

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2014 Global PXI Instrumentation Growth Excellence Leadership Award - Article Reprint
Frost & Sullivan honors Agilent as a growth leader in the PXI modular instrumentation market in 2014.

Article 2014-05-22

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Digital Oscilloscope
What is a digital oscilloscope? See the main characteristics of digital oscilloscopes.

Article 2013-07-25

What is waveform update rate and why does it matter?
Explore this often overlooked oscilloscope performance specification to learn how to determine an oscilloscope’s update rate and what a fast update rate can mean for you.

Article 2013-06-03

Caution: MIMO Test Challenges Ahead
Article published by Wireless Design & Development on MIMO testing challenges and methods to achieve higher data rates such as two0 and four-channel MIMO.

Article 2010-09-20

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The Fifth Harmonic: Tradeoffs Between Sampling and Real-Time Oscilloscopes
When determining the required system bandwidth some vendors will use a “fifth harmonic” rule of thumb; however it is important to understand typical conditions at the receiver to accurately determine the amount of bandwidth you will need.

Article 2009-01-19

Eye-Diagram Analysis Speeds DDR SDRAM Validation

Article 2009-01-06

Validating the Physical and Protocol Layers in DDR Memory Interfaces

Article 2009-01-06

Is the 5th Harmonic Still Useful for Predicting Data Signal Bandwidth?
This article, published in High Frequency Electronics, compares using the 5th harmonic to using the system rise/fall times to determine the required bandwidth for your system. The article begins on page 18.

Article 2009-01-01

Simplify DDR Validation with SI Methods

Article 2008-01-06