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melissakeysight
If you didn’t get everything you wanted for Valentine’s Day, check out the latest Infiniium oscilloscope firmware (version 5.75) – it may have what you wished for. Its updates include a front panel macro recorder, the ability to load and save .mat files, multiple undo/redo capabilities, and more! The front panel macro recorder allows you to… (Show more)
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KeysightOsciloscopes
It’s almost that time again, we’re only a few weeks away from Scope Month 2017! If you missed out last year, or are just getting ready for this year, here’s what you need to know.   Just like you, we love oscilloscopes. So Keysight created an entire month to celebrate oscilloscopes and the great engineers who use them, that’s you! March 1, 2017… (Show more)
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paulcapozzoli
The New Design and Test Challenges If you plan on leveraging the work you previously did in your PCIe 3.0 design, you are mistaken. A doubling of the speed from 8 gigatransfers/second to 16 gigatransfers/second has a tremendous impact on both the design and validation of your high speed interconnect technology.   What are the Key Drivers for PCIe… (Show more)
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ErinEast
Alright, this tool may not actually be helpful in your search for dinosaurs if someone really were to figure out how to bring them back, but this makes a great example to help explain the concept of oscilloscope segmented memory. So, let’s begin our journey to the greatest theme park of all time – we’ll call it “Dinosaur Island” for lack of a… (Show more)
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ErinEast
Let’s be honest, oscilloscopes aren’t exactly something you can just pick up and use without some sort of help or prior experience. Typically, it takes a bit of time and practice to understand how to use one correctly and make accurate measurements. We don’t want you wasting time trying to figure out how to use your oscilloscope – you should be… (Show more)
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KennyJ
When I hear someone say this and I ask “why,” the answer is nearly always “I need to measure how much power this thing is using”.  Based on this experience I have come to consider current probe use as synonymous with power measurements. Usually someone is trying to figure out how much power they are using or determine if the supply they have… (Show more)
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