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Best of 8 Hints for Making Better Oscilloscopes Measurements
Agilent engineers sharing ideas of how to use the equipment they design

Application Note 2008-03-17

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Comparison of Different Jitter Analysis Techniques With a Precision Transmitter
This white paper describes how various jitter analysis techniques give dissimilar results. Which is right? We built a precision jitter transmitter to compare results of different techniques where test sets were exposed to known levels of jitter.

Application Note 2006-04-06

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Converting 8924C software for the E8285A
This Product Note assumes you are converting software originally written for the Agilent 8924C, for use with the Agilent E8285A. Ideas are also included for modifying your software to function interchangeably with both the 8924C and the E8285A. This Note is meant to supplement the information...

Application Note 2000-07-01

8 More Hints for Making Better Scopes Measurements
This Application Note contains a variety of hints to help you understand and improve your use of oscilloscopes. It includes the following 8 hints: 1. Don't forget to check that probe 2. A quick, easy way to troubleshoot mixed hardware/software prototypes 3. Using scopes to measure noisy signals 4...

Application Note 1999-12-01

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8 Hints for Debugging Siemens MCU-based Designs
A new type of instrument, the mixed signal oscilloscope (MSO), closes the gap in MCU debugging tools. The Agilent 54645D from Hewlett-Packard combines two analog scope channels with 16 digital logic channels, so you can monitor analog and digital lines at the same time. This MSO offers more...

Application Note 1998-11-01

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