When the Tubbs fire, dubbed the most destructive and costly in California history, swept through Santa Rosa, we at Keysight found ourselves on ground zero of the mandatory evacuation zone, rushing to assess impact to our headquarters and our 1500 employees and families. It tested our crisis management and leadership skills beyond what we could… Show more
Hello Does anyone have the sample Python script controls E4990A and gets trace data from it ? I am going to try USB and PyVISA to connect to E4990A. It would be helpful if someone shares the script with me. Thanks in advance. Toru
I've bought a 4339B, which I have not got yet. There are several different connectors on the front, and I could not determine what they are The interlock connector - perhaps a Lemo of some type ??? The ground, guard and output connectors - could these be MHV ? The input connector. A very odd looking connector. In one of the FAQs, How… Show more
Hi fellows, We are trying to setup J-BERT to experiment one of our future product. We are using N49038 model. We follow below document below to setup the pattern generator and we connected both outputs DATA(Tx+) and /DATA(Tx-) to two different scope channels. The problem is we can only observe patterns generated on /DATA port. There is… Show more
What is the bandwidth and Max sampling rate of U2723A USB Modular SMU?
Hi I am using N6705 part. I wanted to know the mating banana connector part number to be used at the output of the power supply and the trigger in and trigger out BNC mating part number. Regards nitesh
Hi nitesh006, The banana connector is a common part which can be easily purchased at any electronic parts store. For your information, Keysight do have the E3600A-100 Test Lead Kit (Termination: banana to hook clips, with maximum current of 5 Amperes continuous). You may check your wire size and length in the Keysight N6705 DC Power Analyzer…
Similar questions have already been posted here but none have led me to a good simple solution. All I need is to know when my oscilloscope triggered and get the image. I can easily save the image after the tripping on to USB, but I can not seems to find out WHEN it triggered(internal clock would be fine). The simpler the solution the better. I… Show more