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Indium phosphide chipset elevates next-Gen, high-bandwidth, real-time oscilloscopes

EP&T Magazine   


Agilent next-generation, high-bandwidth oscilloscopes with turn-on of a front-end chipset, uses indium phosphide (InP) technology, which permits oscilloscopes to offer true analog bandwidths greater than 16GHz. Engineers working with high-speed serial data links such as USB, SATA or PCI Express(r) use oscilloscopes to measure jitter and other parameters to ensure compliance to industry standards for interoperability. Also, upcoming IEEE 803.2ba 40/100G standard will drive the need for high-quality, real-time signal analysis capabilities to 16GHz and beyond.



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