Noise Generators

Electronic Components & Devices, Software, Test & Measuring Instruments

Agilent Technologies Introduces Enhanced Solution for PCI Express® 3.0 Receiver Characterization

January 31, 2013

J-BERT N4903B Handles PCIe® 3.0 SKP Ordered Set Length Changes During Receiver Characterization<4444>SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today announced an enhanced solution for PCI Express® 3.0 receiver characterization, at DesignCon. <4444>The Agilent PCIe® 3.0 receiver characterization solution provides complete and accurate receiver tolerance test results while... Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Agilent Technologies Introduces High-Precision Pulse Function Arbitrary Noise Generator for Testing Higher Speed, Higher Bandwidth Devices

February 4, 2011

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today expanded its pulse function arbitrary noise generator family to help R&D and test engineers test higher speed, higher bandwidth analog, digital and mixed-signal devices more efficiently and with greater precision.<4444>Design and test engineers are under pressure to get products to market faster, with shorter design schedules and... Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Arbitrary Noise Generator supports pulses up to 120 MHz.

May 28, 2009

Combining pattern generator and pulse function arbitrary noise generator, Model 81150A can test analog, digital, and mixed signal devices. Device facilitates debugging, characterization, and compliance tests, and supports various bus standards, including Flexray, with 3 level signals, initialization sequences, and long patterns. Pattern generator supports each development phase for sine waves up to 240 MHz, 14-bit and 2 GSa/s arbitrary waveforms, and PRBS up to 231. Read More

Computer Hardware & Peripherals, Electronic Components & Devices, Optics & Photonics, Test & Measuring Instruments

USB Scope Adapter combines features of 7 devices.

January 23, 2009

Including 2-channel, 10-bit, 20 MS/sec, 2 MHz oscilloscope; 2-channel spectrum-analyzer; and 3 MHz 8-bit arbitrary-waveform/standard-function generator with 8 digital I/O lines, CircuitGear CGR-101(TM) also functions as network analyzer, noise generator and PWM output source. Oscilloscope, generator, and digital I/O are operated from custom open-source Tcl/Tk software, and device is also LabView(TM)-compatible, and it can also be controlled by serial-port-driving software. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Arbitrary Noise Generator suits general-purpose bench tests.

February 6, 2008

Providing versatile waveforms for pulse generation as well as noise generation for stress testing, Model 81150A offers insight into devices and designs. Unit features modulation capabilities up to 10 MHz and more than 80 measurement types. Accurate signals test device, not source, with intrinsic jitter of 8 ps rms at any frequency. Various stress tests can be achieved by adjusting crest factor, an indicator of signal quality using peak-to-peak and root mean square voltages. Read More

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