Keysight D9010PAMA Pulse Amplitude Modulation PAM-N Analysis Software, S Series

200630104834163 MFG #: D9010PAMA
$225.01 / EACH
  • Brand: Keysight
  • Condition: New

Keysight SKU -D9010PAMA/R-B5P-001-A/R-B6P-001-L

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  • Description

    Keysight D9010PAMA/R-B5P-001-A/R-B6P-001-L Node-locked perpetual license with 12 months KeysightCare software support

    The S-Series Analysis Applications from Keysight allow you to gain insight into the causes of signal jitter with full offline capability allowing you to test from simulation through silicon debug, and a power application to provide a full suite of power measurements that run directly to your oscilloscope

    Key Features & Specifications

    Electrical signals

    • Eye width, eye height, eye skew
    • Level amplitude, level noise, level skew
    • Linearity measurements and more

    Powerful analysis features

    • PAM-4 equalizers (LFE, CTLE) using the Infiniium serial data equalization software
    • Embedding / de-embedding of channels using the InfiniiSim waveform transformation toolset for Infiniium oscilloscopes
    • Jitter and amplitude analysis on JP03 patterns using the EZJIT analysis software

    Flexible, economical

    • PAM features integrated directly into the Infiniium graphical user interface (not a separate application)
    • Offline analysis on a PC using saved or simulated PAM-4 waveforms running Infiniium Offline analysis software bundle

    Compatibility

    • Infiniium real-time oscilloscopes running firmware 6.30 or later

    Description

    Demand for increased network bandwidth in data centers continues to grow. Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM) is a multi-level signaling format that is enabling technology to help address this need. The switch from NRZ to PAM-4 is revolutionary, rather than evolutionary from 100G, presenting many new design and measurement challenges.

    The Keysight D9010PAMA PAM-4 analysis software for Infiniium real-time oscilloscopes is designed to accurately and quickly characterize PAM-4 electrical signals described in IEEE 802.3bj Clause 94 and address future PAM measurement needs as outlined in developing standards such as OIF-CEI-56G and IEEE 400G.