The ML4035-TDR is a state of the art Digital Sampling Oscilloscope with CDR, Time Domain Reflectometer, and Time Domain Transmission. The DSO automatically performs accurate eye diagram analysis at 35 GHz to characterize the quality of transmitters and receivers, implementing a statistical under-sampling technique with comprehensive software libraries used for eye measurements, jitter analysis and processing of NRZ/PAM4 data. The truedifferential TDR/TDT is used to determine the performance of different features in many applications including Time Domain Reflectometry /Transmission, impedance testing, propagation and time delay while testing up to 4X35 GHz true-differential channels. It is designed for characterization as well as manufacturing.
- High Resolution TDR/TDT measurements
- Low cost quadruple 35 GHz Time Domain Reflectometry / Transmission optimized for high speed tests and measurements
- Determination of the magnitude and polarity of any back reflected signal
- 4x 60Gbps
- 4 ports per module expandable up to 32 and more
- 4×35 GHz analog bandwidth
- Low power dissipation
- Sample aperture jitter below 60 fs
- Return loss
- Insertion loss
- Accurate multiport S-parameters
- Low cost quadruple 35 GHz Digital Sampling Scope optimized for high speed data analysis
- High Fidelity Signal Capture
- CDR up to 30 Gbps
- Low intrinsic Jitter
- cPCI friendly interface, allows control of multiple modules through either Fast Ethernet.
- User friendly GUI, high throughput APIs and libraries. The software supports both Linux and Windows.
- Supports external API calls from other software e.g. LabView.
- Repeatable performance and traceable to standards
- Single ended and differential electrical inputs for each of the four channels
- Color graded persistence in eye and pattern capture modes
- Ability to analyze and load captured data into the Simulator
- Capability to save statistical measurement and data files for multiple DSOs
- Full eye measurements can be attained in the tens of milliseconds
DSO software enables removing or adding the effects of cables connected between scope and DUT by means of s2p / s4p files
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