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Written by Min-Jie Chong   The Need for New SAS-4 Storage Standard The increase of data traffic due to the advent of internet of things has driven the need for faster backbone and storage transmission to meet this need. The Serial Attached SCSI - 4 (SAS-4) is a new enterprise storage standard that is being created to meet this need. It supports… (Show more)
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Understanding the effects of crosstalk in high speed communication circuitry and pin pointing the root causes have been extremely hard for designers, until now. Keysight’s industry leading N8833A and N8833B software not only identifies the crosstalk but also allows the user to determine the sources. In addition, it can remove the effects of the… (Show more)
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Written by Sheri Detomasi   There are many similarities and differences between oscilloscopes and wideband digitizers.  How do you know which is the right tool for your measurement need?    Oscilloscopes use wideband data converters and typically provide a broad range of functionality.  They provide probing and visualization of time variant… (Show more)
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Keysight just announced our new Infiniium S-Series oscilloscope promotion, it’s called “Your Scope. Your Way.”  The S-Series oscilloscope (500 MHz to 8 GHz) has unmatched measurement accuracy with the best signal integrity and the most comprehensive measurement software for signal analysis, compliance, and protocol analysis.   And now the… (Show more)
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Written by Ailee Grumbine and Brad Doerr   The design-to-manufacturing (D2M) process typically involves sequential stages from design to manufacturing. Each stage requires data collection that is specified in an initial design of experiments (DOE) and aimed at providing confidence that the design can meet critical requirements. Effective data… (Show more)
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ErinEast
Keysight oscilloscopes are loaded with various applications. So many, that there may be some you don’t know how to use or don’t even know they exist. In the new Scopes University video series, Erin East and Melissa Spencer dive into when and how to use some of the different capabilities of the InfiniiVision and Infiniium oscilloscopes. Gain… (Show more)
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rlashlee
Several years ago, the Keysight Oscilloscopes R&D team was working on a project to completely redesign the GUI for our Infiniium oscilloscopes. In the early stages of this project, we performed a ton of customer research to see what people expected out of a modern oscilloscope GUI. Most of these items were then included in the GUI you currently… (Show more)
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jchang
In oscilloscopes and oscilloscope probes, bandwidth is the width of a range of frequencies measured in Hertz. Specifically, bandwidth is specified as the frequency at which a sinusoidal input signal is attenuated to 70.7% of its original amplitude, also known as the -3 dB point. Most scope companies design the scope/probe response to be as flat as… (Show more)
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Want to show off your cool project? E-mail moreinfo@keysight.com and your project could be featured here!   Quinton Martins, the leader of the Mountain Lion Project at the Audubon Canyon Ranch (ACR) in Northern California, had a problem.  Mountain lions needed to be trapped and GPS-tagged for research, but traditional trapping methods were just… (Show more)
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Have you ever wondered how radio stations work? What about WiFi, or cell phones? These technologies (and countless others) all use modulation to send data at the same time, without interfering with each other! If electromagnetics wasn’t part of your college coursework, or you haven’t spent hours browsing Wikipedia, modulation of waveforms can be… (Show more)
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