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Tips and Tricks Video 123

Tips and Tricks Video 123

DARS phase evaluation (French and English document) The DARS signal is sometimes created in another equipment than a SPG. In this case, it is necessary to check regularly the phase of this DARS compared to the video Sync of the system. As a matter of fact, these two signals must be synchronous and stable otherwise clicks and pops suddenly appear. But this is not easy to do so, since one signal is analog and the other is digital, and on top of that it’s necessary to compare the BB with the content of the AES signal and not with the clock ! The trick to do that is to use a traditional oscilloscope able to trigger on a user-defined pattern in a digital stream.
Tips and Tricks Video 127

Tips and Tricks Video 127

The MD5 code – How it works (French and English document) MD5 acronym is very often used in the telecommunication industry since it became a generic term similar to an Escalator or a Frigidaire. But it is less known what is hidden behind these letters. Following the polynomial calculations of last month, here is a paper introducing the basics of this system and how to use it in the Aurora file-based QC solution.
Tips and Tricks Video 126

Tips and Tricks Video 126

The HD-SDI CRC’s – What a story ! (French and English document) It is well known, that in HD-SDI, each line has its own dual CRC control packet in order to check separately the luminance and the chrominance of a signal. It is less known how it works really. This note is giving the basic knowledge in order to understand the process involved in this technology maintaining the integrity of the data in a digital path. At the same time, it will explain a bit more the interest of the data display available in oscilloscopes.
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Tips and Tricks Video 147

NMOS IS-04 As our industry moves away from hard wired systems towards flexible IP based architectures, international standardization entities (like SMPTE or AES) have worked on specifications to stream live content on IP packets (ST2110). But they have not really worked about interconnection and interoperability: How for instance to know what is in a system or how to simply connect a camera to a monitor in this environment ? Facing this context, AMWA has created an open working group named NMOS to work on these subjects. The first published specification (IS-04) enables applications to discover networked resources, which is an important first step towards automation and scalability. Tektronix being one of the active members of this group, IS-04 is already implemented in the Prism to facilitate the network connectivity.
Fundamentals of AC power measurements

Fundamentals of AC power measurements

How to measure Crest factor, Power factor, Harmonic distortion....
Tips and Tricks for Optimizing Low Power Measurements

Tips and Tricks for Optimizing Low Power Measurements

This technical brief reviews some of the fundamental performance trade-offs with voltage probes, current probes, and oscilloscopes, and then summarizes with a couple of practical examples.
Boosting Performance Oscilloscope Performance

Boosting Performance Oscilloscope Performance

Introducing 70GHz ATI Real Time Oscilloscope
RSA5000B series monitoring

RSA5015B press release

C.N. Rood/Tektronix secures the sales of 7 units of high end RSA5015B Real Time Spectrum Analysers for spectrum monitoring.
6 Key Challenges of the Internet of Things

6 Key Challenges of the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to change the world by connecting devices in larger, more interoperable systems controlled by software and analytics. The proliferation of device, software, and analytics will drive significant changes in most industries, from shipping and transportation to construction and manufacturing.

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