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PQube2

Power Quality Disturbance & Energy Monitoring.
Battery charge/discharge

Battery charge/discharge

Rechargeable Battery Charge/Discharge (Galvanic) Cycling Using the Keithley Model 2450 or Model 2460 SourceMeter® SMU Instrument
SMU high speed throughput

SMU high speed throughput

Maximize Speed and Througput with SMU 2450, 2460
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.
PQube3-PQ-E08N

PQube3-PQ-E08N

PQ Disturbance & Energy Measurement-4 Voltage & 8 Current inputs
White Paper Digital Comm systems

Is Your Digital RF Communication System Optimized to Provide the High Performance it was Designed to Deliver?

Is Your Digital RF Communication System Optimized to Provide the High Performance it was Designed to Deliver? Alignment techniques can dramatically improve (or degrade) radio system performance of the equipment you own today.
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.
Tips and Tricks Video 124

Tips and Tricks Video 124

PTP – A new reference (French and English document) To deploy systems interconnected with IP links, the most difficult issue to solve is synchronization of all the equipment’s with a unique clock. With this in mind, an old standard has been adapted for Broadcast applications: PTP (Precision Time Protocol). Originally, this technology has been used by banks for High Frequency Trading operations in order that all computers in the world have a unique clock that is millisecond accurate. This protocol has now been adapted for Broadcast applications and is well described in the recommendation SMPTE ST 2059-2.
Tips and Tricks Video 125

Tips and Tricks Video 125

Video on optical fiber measurement (French and English document) Because optical connection solutions are easier to use and manipulate, they are becoming increasingly popular in the broadcast industry. Nevertheless, when a difficulty occurs in deploying the solution, it is useful to have an equipment able to check the main parameters of the transmission path. This is precisely what the SFP option of the WFM2300 does and here are some tricks on how to use it appropriately.

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