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Tips on Optimizing a Jitter Measurement on a Keysight Real Time Infiniium Oscilloscope 1. Keep the sampling rate as high as possible, and use sinx/x (on by default) 2. Make sure the threshold is in the center of the waveform. 3. After one does an autoscale, use the Vernier mode (push in the channel knob or click on the scale in the GUI) to further maximize the waveform on screen. 4. Turn on a Rise Time measurement (make sure the cursors are at the 10-90% levels; if not check the measurement thresholds).
Application: Signal Analysis
Author: Keysight
External Link to complete AppNote/Whitepaper:
Published: 10-08-2020


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