Oscilloscopes to help circuit designers progress from prototypes to production introduced by Keysight

SANTA ROSA, Calif., 24 March 2015. Keysight Technologies Inc. in Santa Rosa, Calif., is introducing the Infiniium V-series oscilloscopes for circuit designers and engineers to make rapid progress from first silicon to eventual product release. The oscilloscopes range from 8 to 33 GHz.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

SANTA ROSA, Calif., 24 March 2015. Keysight Technologies Inc. in Santa Rosa, Calif., is introducing the Infiniium V-series oscilloscopes for circuit designers and engineers to make rapid progress from first silicon to eventual product release. The oscilloscopes range from 8 to 33 GHz.

When engineers are designing high-speed digital products or components, they need a test & measurement oscilloscope to help them debug, validate and optimize their designs, perform precompliance tests, discover the root cause of failures, and make the most of design margins. The Infiniium V-series offers engineers the capability to perform these tests faster and more accurately, allowing them to get their products to market faster and with more confidence in design quality.

The V-series' measurement accuracy leads the industry in three areas: 1) lowest oscilloscope noise floor, 2) lowest real-time oscilloscope jitter floor, and 3) highest number of bits. Based on a Keysight-proprietary indium phosphide integrated circuit process, these advantages enable developers to see accurate depictions of their signals and achieve tighter design margins.

To help designers find and debug their most challenging problems, the V-series includes a 12.5-gigabit-per-second hardware serial trigger with a 160-bit sequence.

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To enable high-performance measurements at the probe tip, Keysight is also announcing the N7000A series InfiniiMax III+ 8-to-20-GHz high-speed probing solutions.

These probing solutions come with InfiniiMode, which enables convenient measurements of differential, single-ended and common-mode signals, using one probe tip and connection.

In addition, the N7010A active termination adapter, which is targeted for HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort and MIPI M-PHY Gear 3 and 4 applications, provides ultra-low-noise voltage termination (with adjustable voltage range from -4 V to +4 V) to a signal.

For more information contact Keysight Technologies online at www.keysight.com/find/Vseries.

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