Jitter Analysis and Injection
Jitter is defined as the misalignment of the edges in a sequence of data bits from their ideal positions. Misalignments can result in data errors. Tracking these errors over an extended period of time determines the system stability. Jitter can be due to deterministic and random phenomena, also referred to as systematic and nonsystematic respectively. Determining the level of these jitter components will guide you in what aspects of your design needs improvement.
Characterizing jitter is a challenge, understanding the measurements shouldn�t be. Agilent provides a wide range of jitter analysis and jitter injection solutions. -Pinpoint, Optimize, Deliver.
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Simulation of Jittering Synchronization Signals for Video Interfaces (PN 4)
This Product Note shows how Research and Development engineers use pulse generators of the Agilent 81100 Family for the development of interfaces ...
Application Note 2006-12-12
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